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THE DAIM CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAV MORNING, OCTOBER
Noiifca in mii column, igni com.
Irxinrid fly canu per Una ch tuNM-quant Inior
llon. For on wik. soeunu porllna. For on
month, 0 cent purlin
Bestaurant and Oyster House,
Dissolution of Partnership.
Hv mutual agreement thn btiRinnmi nnrf
nership until now exiatinc between Charles
reucnter ana Btepneu Hctiwanitz, under
tnu nrm name ot Feuchtor & Bchwanitz, is
tins nay uissolveu. .
The business of the old firm will hn ran
tinuned K hnrntntnrn liv Ptirl KimchtiT
who will collect all debts due thn old firm
and assume all the liabilities of said firm
C HAItl.KS f RUCnTKR.
5t STEI'HEN Scijwanitz,
will buy a good moal cooked to order, at
JJCMaUD S. It
Furnished rooms for rent, northeast
corner 11th and Wanmnaton avenue.
1091m Mrs. Ahna Farubll.
At Annralsed Value. Cliefti) Hoods
Wh hIihII iiiT.tr nn Mivnluv anil until
closed out all the remaining stock of the
NflW Ynrlr atnrn wliinh nnnaiuta (if X)rv
Goods, Notions., Hoots and Shoes, Ribbons
ana many other poods at the appraised vaiuu
nf flfln. nn (lin ilnllnr UWmi liv im from the
late ttrm of C. 0. Patier&Co. This stock
consist of over twenty thousand dollars
worm ot goods.
This u.itt nntliln tli.i trn.ln tn xnnnlv
. IO n III LILUIU ' ' 1 r
themselves from such goods as aro lett oi
thin rrrniir ntnr.k. vurv r.lman. Givo them a
rare chance to buy at ono-hnlf their cost.
tall and see tno Bargains ana goous oiierou.
Wfl r nnw rornivinrr nnr full fltnrk nil
frosh nnw rrnmls bouirht (rom first loindn.
w!iinh wn nffnr to tint trmln nt tint liiwint
possible prices, consisting of Dry Goods,
Notions. Tlnota and SliO(. Stnnln nnd KVnov
' 1 1 j
Groceries, in tact nil goods needed lor taint
Tn tnakn rnom for nnr nnw rrixwlu wn
must closo out the former stock of tlto old
firm of C. 0. Fatior & Co. Cull and buy
these goods at one-half their value.
1U14-1UU IS EW YORK M'OHB (JO.
8addle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Apples! Butter! Flour!
Nicer, bettor, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
Bireet, or reiepnone no. Bo.
. 102 lm G. M. Alden
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
luuiD0 ill luvao Miiiiiuiin, iwu vwmr rar inia.
inrn mimruon ana wnniner raaritau ornoi, n calcu
lated tn fowwrd any maul bunlnoM Interim are
buy a good meal ciokoil to order at
. I . m
aun s. tl
j New Blacksmith Shop.
A Dew horse shoeing shop has been oiien
-eu by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
liianuer of blackaintthing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
worn aona promptly. .. tt
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
KltrKlpn's AriiWH SaIva
The Bt'6t Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures riit-a. it is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
40 cenis per dox. For sale by Barclay
To all who are suffering from the errors
ana indiscretions ot youth, nervous weak
ness, early decav. loss of manhood. An.. I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fkee
or charge. this great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelonfl tn thn tti
JosErn T. Ikman, Station D.. New York
The Fat Boy in Pickwick
probably has good teeth, sicing that he so
speedily demolished thn mimt nilmtuntUI
provender on the shortest notice. Notbiug
execrttinff a crood annetite ho conducp tn
the pleasures of eating, as a good set of
prinoers. jo possess tneni, use BOZO
DONT, the great dontal invigoritor and
bcautif'yine agents. Yellow, tartar cover
ed teeth grow pearly white and the gums
acquire ruddiness and form a pleasing con
trast to the snowy hue of the teeth when it
Work Given Out. On roceipt of vuir
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
Never Give Up.
If you are Nuffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procuro a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
Bee the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life;strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Elwtric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
New typo at The Bulletin offico
For lack of gravel work on the Mound
City ceniotery read has stopped. About a
thousand yards are yet needed.
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
Yesterday foronoon Mr. George T.
Parker and Miss Eugene Watkins, were
married at the residence of Mr. James Ross,
by Rev. Williams. Both parties were of
New presses at Tue Bulletin office
Billy O'Brien who shot the old negro,
Lucas, in Mississippi county, Mo., some
time ago, is out on bail, having given bond
in the sum of 15,000 for his appearance be
fore an examining court on Monday the
' Printing 'and ruling at Tite Bulletin
The Comique band, Prof. Goss leader,
had it all its own way in the contest with
the Huntley band last night and the night
before. It is a small band, but they all
play and play just right. There is har
mony and smoothness in every note.
Commercial printing at TiieBulletin
"Sergeant Biuff," of tho "No Idle
Logs," is being made the subiectof scur
rillous publications, as will appear from
items elsewhere in this issue. lie owes it
to himself to come forward from his scclu
Blon and prove these publications false.
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
One case of drunkenness before Mag
intrate Comings was tho extent of police
business down town yesterday. That is, if
we are to except two weddings which
tho magistrate performed after supper at
his office. Ono couplo was white, from
Missouri! the other, black, from Cairo.
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Halleys. lOt
The matinee yesterday afternoon by
Huntley's troupe was well attended by our
fashionable people, Tho play was "A Cele
brated Csbo", in which the company was en
abled to show off to advantago a rich ward
robe. Tho piece was well rendered. At
night ''Streets of New York" was produced
to a fair house.
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, itc, at A.
Du Quoin Tribune: "Senator Dan
Hogiui's name is frequently mentioned in
connection with tho office of auditor of
In SOFT AND (TIFF
MA UK TO
We wish to cull your attention to our most elegant line
of BOYS' anil ClIlLUttEN'Speadymado Suits for the FALL
and IN I hit xc.ison, which we can &ay without contradic
tion to show you the largest and best assorted stock in the
city. e have p iid wirticular attention in selecting our
Boys' and Children's stock to get all the LATEST STYLES
and the new novelties, and we
KNEE-PANTS uawuitoo CHILD'S WAISTS
and will seU them takingr in consideration tho way they are
made and trimmed for less money thin any house in South
ern Illinois. JSuf oro buying elsewhere examine our elegant
stock, and be convinced of what we say.
Cor. 8th St. & Com'l Ave.
M. Werner & Son,
p .it j
Rtaioon the Republican ticket, next year.
It is too early to say what the Republicans
tlnnkofUoingin 1881, but none too eirlv
to say that if Jlogan is nominated he will
bo elected, and whon elected, will mako a
Wanted A good cook whito nro
ferred. Apply to Mrs.. Wood Rittenhouse,
corner Walnut and 7th. ot
Mr. Nicholas Monco has concluded to
go out of tho saloon business on the 1st ot
next mouth. His license will run out on
that day, nnd ho purposely failed to extend
it some time ago when an opportunity was
ollerod to do so at the old rate. Ho is tired
"i mo Dusmoss ana not well. Ho will go
to Hot Springs a while and try the virtues
ot tho waters thoro.
200 Heating Stoves and many other
things in that lino at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Ilnlley's. jot
homo extensive work in tho wav of
filling is to bo done soon at tho Mound
City ways, which will render the grounds
about them, including that lately a-rantnd
to tho company by the Mound City council,
ooove overflow from sipo and other water
Work to bo commenced by Mr. Jno, Iloyan,
who has a contract.Ho begin with, for about
two thousand yards of filling on a Inw
place just back of the ways.
Tho butcher shop on the otith side of
Lighth street, nearest Commercial aveuuo,
is now run by Louis K. Koohler, sr., and
Louis J. Koehler. Meats of all kinds and
best quality always on hand. 4t
Wo have had the pleasure of examin
ing Geo. F. Cram's Unrivaled Family Atlas
for which Mr. Win. C. Hirtc will make a
thorough canvass of our city. lie also de
sires to secure a few good agents to work
in Kentucky, Missouri and Arkansas. Any
person wishing a light, pleasant and paying
business would do well to call on or ad
dress Wm. C. Hirte, general agent, Du
Capt. Shields Friday niL'ht engaced
the celebrated Chicago Ideal Opera Co.,
by telegraph fmm Memphis, for Wednes
lay evening next, Oct. 24. The company
aro enroute to Chicago and having one
hy over night, were induced to put in that
one here. The Combination number 44 peo
ple and we need not tell our people that a
first-class musicial and operatic treat awaits
them. Further information will be given
in duo time.
A whito man named Frank Russell
who was found by the officers lying in the
street sick, was sent to the marine hospital
yesterday. Tuesday Chief Myers fouud a
white man lying back of the Illinois Cen
tral round-house so sick that he could
hardly speak. As near as the chief could
understand tho faint utterances of the man,
his name was bherbert, and he was from
Chicago. The man was taken to St. Mary's
Infirmary, where be died the same night
Wo are glad to announce that Capt.
Shields last ni'ht succeeded by the liberal
use of the telegraph in capturing at Mem
phis for one night only, the "Chicago Ideal
Operatic Co." of 44 artists, who will appear
here Wednesday night next, October 25th.
Tho agent will arrive to-morrow and the
opera to be rendered will then be com
menced. Our people are to be contra-
o - -
:i!nted upon the treat in store for them,
and we feel assured will turn out enniasse
Mr. Jno. Hogan Ins concludod tho
work on the Mound City levee that is so
far as his contnet called for. There yet
remains $700 in tho levee fund appropria
ted to the city by the Thirty-third general
nssembly and this is to be expended id fur
ther repairs upon that portion of the levee
not reached by M'. Iloan's contract.
About four thousand cubic yards will bo
required to make these repairs and it is
understood that tho bahnco in the levee
fund will nut be sufficient to do the work.
-Tho choir of the Methodist church
will give a grand concert next Thursday
night in the church. They will be assisted
by other prominent sincers of the city.
Those who have been fortunate enough to
utti nd the recent mng services civen there,
will know that a rich treat is in store lor
tlio.su who attend Thursday night. Im.
mediately alter tho concert tho ladies of the
church will serve an oyster supper in the
lecture rO"Ui, to which everybody is cor
dially invited. An admittance of ton cents
will be charged for the concert and twenty
five ceti's for the oyster suppur.
Speaking of the ltto decision of the Uni
ted States supremo court concerning tho
social rights bill, tho Pulaski Patriot says:
"This decision virtually gives away ono of
tho great principle for which tho war was
fought. It carries tho doctrine of the stato
rights of tho Democratic extreme." But
tho Patriot is careful not to
inentiou tho fact that tho decision
was rendered by a court that was
largely Republican and written and read
by ono of the Republican stalwart members,
with only ono dissenting, and ho asotith-'
There aro now an oven seventy saloons
In tho city, sixty of which Iibvo licenses at
the old rate to run until the end of the
fiscal year. Tho licenses of ton will expire
on tho 1st of next month, and they, if thoy
would continue in business, will havo to
pay at rato of $500 per an-ium. Those ten
aro A. A. Kennedy, Htmuel Stewart, Tat
Maloney, Paul Kessolhurst, Nicholas Moiico
Fied Hofheitiz, C. IT. O'Brient, M. O'Don
nell, M. Bambrick and Joseph Roneckt r.
It is probable that the number of the
saloons In the city will be reduced by sev
eral after the 1st of Novembor, while the
revenue rrom those remaining will bo increased.
Tho Wabanh yards up town are said to
bo so crowded with cotton that switching
there is an utter impossibility. The tracks
of tho Mobile and Ohio yards being all
laid on top of the ground, switchinc there.
e'pi cially at night, is not only difficult btt
fraught with much danqer to the switchmen,
as they aro liable at any moment to make a
misstep on or between the tius and full In
front of an advancing engine or car, or be
tween the latter while coupling them. For
these reasons switchmen will do their work
on lower Commercial avenuo whenever
tney can, ami uiey can t Do blamed very
much for the weakness. Tho companies
interested, however, ought to out the Mis
sissippi tracks in good order at onco so as
to afford residents on Commercial avenue
the craved for relief.
Missouri Republican : At the levee
convention held at Vicksburg the other day
Senator Jonas, in the courso of his speech
upon the matter of river improvement, re
peated the similar statement that the Mis
sissippi would be walled with granite, if it
md its riso in Northern Europe and em-
ptien its water into tho Mediterranean
We havo all heard this said, or something
of the same sort, over and over again, but it
will bear repetition, since it is literally tru
Europe would never havo neglected the
Mississippi as it has been neglected by the
United States, and tho necessary work to
make a deep and secure channel from St.
Paul to the sea would have been carried
out long ago, eveo if it had cost five hun
dred millions. It is one of tho most mon
strous and monumental blunders with
which tho American people can be charged,
that the great tree highway through the
very centre of tho land should never have
been med in any manner approaching its
capacity. No hick of onterpriso has ire
vented its proper improvement, however,
but a needless and insane jealousy. Upon
tho eastern states must rest the responsi
bility of the neglect, which is due to the
fact that tho people in that party of the
country have fancied it would damage their
business interests to permit the develop
ment of the possibilities ot the Mississippi.
This is a grievous mistake, but it is one of
which tho east is not yet relieved, and op
position from that Bection of tho couutry
may expect to continue until tho west and
south havo compelled the improvement of
the river and demonstrated by experience
that cheap transit from the gram fields to
the sea is a national blessing, no matter
what the route.
The Ilalliday's electric lights were
turned on lait night for the first time and
attracted the attention of the many people.
Altogether there were six jets, each of two
thousand candle power. Three iots were
put up outside, ono at enrh front corner of
the hotel, raised on posts about thirty-five
feet, above the ground. They spread a
brilliant, white light all about the premises,
that counteracted the gas light nearly a
square away, while all objects obstructing
the rnys cast sharp shadows of peculiar
blackness. The other three jets were sus
pended, ono from the centre of the ceiling
of the spacious office, and two from the
ceiling of tho dining room, one near either
end. All enclosed by frosted glass globes,
about twelve inches in diameter. The ef
fect wis beautiful. The single jet in the
office, lighted up tho room much more bril
liantly than the sun does at high room, and
the same may be said for tho two jets in the
dining room. The light is of a peculiar
whitnos, and ouc must become accustomed
to it in order to feel entirely at easo under
its brilliunt glare. The licrht is not en
tircly steady, a sinking occurs every now
and th'.n as though a cloud were passing
between tho light and the observer, but
this is the case in all these lights at first and
will gradually lose Itself as the instruments
are used. The gas chandeliers remain in
the h nise, to be use in caso of an emergen
cy. ine electric apparatus was put up
and is under tho immediate direction of
Otis Howse, an experienced electrician who
Ins been in the employ of Messrs. Ilalliday
Bros, lor about three vcars. Tho iunova
tion will considerably reduce the gas bill
of the hotel, which was enormous every
month, and will placo Tho Halliday ahead
of many of the finest hotels in tho country
in tho matter of appointments, oonveni
ences and pleasant surroundings.
At a meeting Thursday night tho Odd
fellows dopted tho report of
the committee appointed to pre
pare u programme to bo oh
served at tho laying of the corner stone of
the Satford Memorial Library building
Tho committee had gone to work in earnest
and made a full report covering every im
portant dot til. On Tuesday tho 30th inst,,
at d o ciocK, tlie ceremony is to begin. The
Odd Fellows will march in uniform from
tho lodge to tho seme of tho ccrcmonv.
headed by tho Cairo City band. The stone
will bo laid by tho master mason, Mr.
Henry Stout, at the direction of a commit
tee of the Odd Fellows. It will contain
many mementoes ot tho present day. Tho
Odd Fellows will contribute a cooper nhito
upon which important data of the times
will bo engraved. Mrs. Safford will place
photographs of herself and of Mr. SalWd
and some highly interesting manuscripts into
the stone, and there will probably be other
contributions of a character that will prove
of Importanco and interest to futuro gen
erations that may poruse tnem. After this
ceremony Hon, John II. Oborly will de
liver the oration from a stand contrived for
"Wild Olive," "Mary Stuart," '-May Belle"
"New Mown Hay," Etc., Etc., Etc.
"Edeuia," "Marechal Niel Rose," "Alpine Violet"
"Lily ot the Valley," Etc., Etc., W
"Rosodora," "Cashmere Roquet," "Bridal Ronuet "
"Souvenir," Etc., Etc., Etc 1
COLOGATE'S FINE SOAPS: "Rosemary," "Chash-
mere iwuuei, nn Jieffimenr, "t our seasons, "Rose
dora," "Honey," "Glycerine," "Reliable," Etc., Etc., Etc.
74 OHIO LUYIOK
and Cor. Ilth & Wash. Ave.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and jyato Ironware.
Roofinjr, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St, Cairo.
TKfiKI'HONK NO. !'(.
CLOSING OUT SA.IE!
!! SIXTEEN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
I)o not forget tho Clo.sing Out Sale of Pianos and Organs at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
3IUST M ULOSEi) OUT AT OXCET
Persons contpinnhitin Till ff'llSl Wl IMF !l I'liinn ftmton
within the next tew months, it will be to their advantage to
call and examine the abovn Ktnpk. thn u u l
tively closed out at reduced prices.
the purpose, and this will, we
are sure, be a grand intellectual
aud oratorical treat to the multitude. Tho
CCT'inony will be interspcrcl with
choice music by the bind. The oratiou
over an hour or two will be spent in walks
drives and rides over the city, pi-rhapB an
excursion on Iho rivt.-r, in which tho Cairo
Odd Fellows will take rharno of their
guests from neighboring lodges in Illinois,
Kentucky and Miss- uri, (who will be in
vited to ho present) and make them feel at
home and enjoy themselves. At night the
celebration will bo concluded in a most
magnificent manner. The pallors and the
dininff-room of Thn Hullirl fit' will ltn rlvr-
atcdwith flowers and shrubbery and lighted
brilliantly by electric lighU Mrs. SttTord
will first, from 7 o'clock until 9:30, hold a
reception of bur own and her late husband's
friends in thu parlors, and after that a
dance and feast in the spacious dining
room will conclude tho festivites, The ir I
rangeuiciits for all these grand doings ar
in mo nanus ot gentlemen and ladies who
thoroughly understand their duties and
whoso talent in L'ettini? un such aflaira run
boast of many monuments in the past. It is
very evident that the affair .an a wlinli.
will bo in every resoect commensurate with
the important event it in to cotnmenorate.
WOOD HY THE CAII LOAU.
Fiftoon car-loads of good, dry wood for
sale by Jacob Klun, On track, 110 per car;
delivered, -20 per car. Leave orders at
City Brewery. 2t
Sergeant Bluff: Patience has ceased
to bo a virtue. Aro you with or against usl
l lcaso call a meeting immediately of tho
"No Idle Lol'S." A rival orL'iinization has
taken ndvantago of our inaction, and is
crowding us to tho wall. To the front I
doughty sergeant I to the trout I In hoc
tempora mores I
(JAIKO Ol'EKA HOUSE.
F1JIDAY, October 26.
A Rare Combination!
! S-T-A-R !
will present for tlm flrt. tlmo In Cairo Bartlor
('nmpliuH beau 1 1 fill mid romantic
Ho's dead," savi tho bropnui,
"Ah whor auk l.llv:
"The near ono, the duar ono, Hut. ltlulT,"
"How md!" walln tho hrcttzoi;
"Ah mo!" tikis Lily;
"And whon nhnll wo ''hold, onounbl"
Fa!lo dictum Diplopia mili.tiltm tonrtlnura.
H ii r noon Id Urtlluary,
No Idlu Lou,
with now and olugiuit iconory:
ACT lot. Inferior of Anion nouso.
ACT 2d.-ThoFMnfHonHe" of'Phil
ACT 3d. A lapso of ton year bo
tween 2d and M arts. The Farm House
of Full Carrol, ten ynars later.
ACT 4tli. Monntala. vorlooking
ACT 6th. Arden Manor.
Popular prions 85, SO and 75o. No ultra ohargs
for ri'turvod Mats.