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New Hnmc Sawing Machlnn right
-T from Uia factory. Ht price 8W for K
tfOR SALE. Haydoek l'hu ton,
C f. for tll.-Icnair! of K. A.
new. Ii.t nrtco
FOH BNT Cuhl'irondpnce property, . e. cor
iSnd Holbrouk Ave. Fin.tv! elor lirlck real.
dunce of It) ronnm, ek'uantiy flnUhed In inodurn
Mvlii: barn, out-Bou.cn. etc. l.ir; yaici-with fruit
ad tbruDury, Kent low to a l'.hxI tenant.
M. .MIOWLEV, Agent
V)R RKNT-The lari, conmodlotm Mora room
and naero-nt on iwm t., Iielow St h ft., ra-
Cuiltlr occuiili d by JN. II. Thiatluw.iad & liro.
.M. J. IIowi.kv, Agent.
FiR RrCXT-R 'fddenccpmpurty nfCol. Ja. 8.
liua-don on Fiftcentl itlreiM. Ilone.s contain
ton room, hn all needed couv.nli ncci and it in
food condition gena'allr.
JI. J. UOWlKT, Ileal Eta!e Agont.
IjURXISUKD HOOMS-T i rent, corner of Wh
iUL'tou Avoand Eleventh 8t. m. FaKUELL'
KKSIDKNCE FOR REST The cot tag.) lately
ccnnloihy O. Hay thorn, on Tent li street, be
tween Walnnt and Ceda'. Homo l In thorongh
repair, pointed, pain-red, etc. Apply at M. fc O.
II. R. onice. Ohio Li've. Iw
A Positive Victory in West
AKeifailve Victory in Ohio by the De
struction of Republican Hopes of a
Dumocrits lnvo rccisi'in I) nj lice. By
our iocrc&3oJ ronjoriiy in West Virginia, it'
is certain Jlio Di-mocrotie column stands
firm. By tha eajilini of tlie fojiublican
majority in Ohio, it is ntiiuii'est the Repub
lican column in tott.rin. Mr. Blaine has
made himself into a traveling political
circuB, and m harangued tho people all
over Ohio, and yet bis mj rit in a popu
lar vote of three! qu.irkrs nf a million in a
Republican stuto ia ot,ly a fjw thousands.
His supposed untiutism has proven a
failure, nd hie prospelTTt)cC'e93!m!y decline
after that failure. A simikr and propor
tionate failure of his wignetism in New
York will Ie.iva bim overwhelmed by a
lfre.it Democratic majority in November.
Hang out the fligs, and advance all
along tho line.
GENERAL LOOAL ITEMS
Decorate with fl.iga to-day.
Baseball to-hy Cuiros vs. Memphis
"Orab a torch'' and fill in line to
night. Malie Williams as the "Little Duch-.
t'Bi" Saturday night.
Mrs. Farrell this mornhifr advertises
furnished rooms to rent.
See advertibement of the ' Romany
Rye," in another column.
Hear Hon. Carter Harrison, tho rj"Xt
Governor of Illinois, to-day.
The Saloon-keepers' Association has a
notice this morning in special notices.
Several matters of interest will be
found on our third pa'o this morning.
Cuas. M. Howe and family returned
home from the north yesterday morning.
Tho "Romany Rye" company has
posted some handsome paper about town.
Fresh Oysters at Joe StoagalVa saloon
and restaurant, corner Histh and commer
Remember tho bi' jamo of baseball
this afternoon between the Cairo and the
Tho bricklayers are bucily rushing
work on the numerous new buildings in
process of erection in our city.
1)o suro you attend the fall and winter
opening at Mrs, Williams m's nev Ktore on
Commercial avnue. 3t
A very enjoyable reception and dance
was given at the Ideal Leaguo hall laBt
night by Baflord lodgo No.C7, 1. 0. 0. F.
Nobody did much crowing yesterday
yovcrtho Ohio election. The reports were
too meager and conflicting for any one to
- feel entirely safe.
' Ladles desiring cloaks are advised to
Call and see tho entirely new line Just open--.i
. i at.. w;n:.
CU M Jilt, m nimuieuu J(
An Indiana editor annotincua tim uiart.
ling discover? that tho man who gets
"licked" i never satisfmd with the news
papsr account of the affair.
' Hon. Carter Harrison and party were
mot at lha Union denot laat niilit bv tlin
reception committee, and a large Dumber
f citizens, accompanied by tho Cotuique
brass band. Rockets blazed and cheers
went up all along tho line as tho tram bear
ing tho distinguished party made the run
down Commercial avenue to tho depot,
Souvenirs will be presented tho ladies
attending Mrs. Williamson's tall and win
ter opening on Friday and Saturday next. 3
Tanks aro taking the place of cisterns
m many parts of town. Gus Botto is hav
ing an unusually largo ono buiit in tho
rear of his saloon on Commercial avenue.
"The star spanglei. banner, oh, long
may it wave" and see that it waves from
every houso in tho city to-day, especially
from and around every Democratic houso.
Win. Jackson, a colored citizen of the
fourth ward, was brought before Eq. Os-
borne'yesterday, charged with beating his
better half. He was fined $3.00 and costs.
Invitations are out announcing that
Miss Edith, dtughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam'IP. Wheeler, will be married atMt.
Carmel on Thursday, October 30th, to Mr.
Frank E. Avery.
-A lall fashion item says: "There is
little chango iu coats." It is the same way
witn pantaloons. There is very little
"change" in them especially in the pock
ets. Norristown Herald.
A thoughtful communication on the
subject of closing the stores in the cvenincs
appears in this morning's Bulletin. The
matter is really a serious one, and deserves
the attention of all interested parties.
Mr. Paul Dana, son of the editor of
the New York Sun, wauts it distinctly un
derstood that he is not following in the
footsteps of his father in the support of
Ben Butler. Tho young man is for Cleve
land. The Paducah Standard says that in
Kentucky a grog shop it called a coffee
house, and in KanEas it is called a lemon-
ado stand. That may be all right as to
Kentucky, but in Kansas nine out of ten of
the gin mills aro called drug stores.
Murmaduko is figuring in the columns
of the eastern Republican press as a kind
of a Jesse James, and after he is elected
there will be a general impression down
east that Missouri has a reformed train
robber for governor. Kansas City Star.
-Remember, the speaking will bigis at
the Opera House promptly at 2 o'clock to
day, non. R. W. Townshend one of the
beit speakers in Illinois will make tho
first speech at tho Opera House. Ladies
specially invitod front seats reserved for
In Judge Comings' court yesterday
there were three cases of plain drunks
Thcs. Malone. Geonro Davis and D. D.
Strunk pleading guilty, and being fined
$1.00 and costs each, Win. Carrol, for
drunk and disorderly conduct, was fined
$ 0.00 and costs.
-The excursion to Cairo on Thursday to
hear tho great Democratic orators should
not be forgotten by our people. The Dem
ocrats of Illinois are working day and
night to redeem their 6tate, and if Ken
tuckians can do any good, lot them do so.
"Tho Ancients" met at residence of
M. F. Gilbert Tuesday anil adopted by
laws, etc. They hav.o not yet decided
upon a hall but will probably locato in
Bristol's hall on 8th street. Tho club ad
journed to meet Saturday night l)i o'clock
at residenco of Dr. Dutining.
Elsewhere in this morning's Bulletin
will bo found tho announcement of Mr.
Geo. W. Hendricks as an independent can
didate for the odico of state's attorney.
Mr. Hendricks is a well-known citizen of
Cairo, having ben raised hero, and ns an
attorney ho enjoys an extensive and profit
Smith & Brinkmeyer having just re
ceived a complete stock for a firbt-claHS
merchant tailor establishment, consisting
of the best and latest designs of all the
foreign makes of woolen cloths, cassimcres,
etc., which they will sell at tho lowest
figures and guarantee satisfaction. Pleaso
call and have jour first choice while tho
stock is full. suith3w
A. Comings last night received a dis
patch from Elmer Comings stating that
Chas. Mason, whose serious illness was
mentioned ia Tin: Bulletin a day or two
ago, died yesterday at Pueblo, Colorado.
Mr. Elmer Comings telegraphed from
Dodo City, Kansas, at which point ho re
ceived a telegram from Pueblo. Ho will
go on to accompany tho remains to this
place. Mr. Mason's wife is in Pueblo.
Mrs. Jjhn W. King has returned from
tho St. Louis fair, where she had an elo
gant display of jellies, etc. There was con
siderable dissatihlaotion expressed among
the ladies interested, with tho management
of that fpecial department. Mrs, King, as
usual, nnd as she has done for many suc
cessive years, carried off a full share of tho
honors. Sho this year took first premium
on jellies, fruitcake and pickles.
John Sullivan was brought before Jus
tice Ribinson yesterday charged with ex
hibiting a dangerous weapon in a threaten
ing manner. Tho act complained of occur,
rod a few days ago at tho fire on tho corner
or Thirteenth and Poplar streets, when Sul
livan attempted by forco to prevent the
firemen from drawing water from his cis
tern. Esq. Robinson fined Sullivan M,00
and costs, and tho latter will take an ap
peal to the circuit court,
Mr. W. 0. Klein noth. Lap )rt?, Illack
nawk co., Iowa, states that ho was cured of
rheumatism by four application! of St. Jac
, obs Oil, the great pain rellevur.
OAlKO BULLETIN; tHUKSPA' MOUNlNG, OCTOBEU 10, 1881.
Attention, Democratic Clubs.
1 he clubs will meet at their respcctivo
voting places this evening at 7 o'clock p.
m., except tho fifth wnl club will meet
with the fourth ward club at the court
The visiting clubs will form on Seventh
Btrei t between Washington nnd Commer
The horsemen will form on Ninth
street between Washington and Commer
cial avenues, under control of assistant
marshal John Hodges.
The music and martial bands will assem
ble at the Arb engine houss at 7 o'clock.
LINE OP MARCH.
Tho procession will commence fnm
Arab engine h uso out Seventh street to
Washington avenue, up Washington to
Twentieth, up Twentieth to Commercial,
down Commercial to Sixth, up Sixth to
Ohio levee, down Levco to Eighth, out
Eighth to Washington, up tho suno street
to a full line nnd countermarch . to the
All clubs will full in line as the proces
sion pasf-ea their respective places of meet
PLACES (K HANDS.
Cairo Silver Cornet Band in lead.
Martial band in center.
Comiqua band heading horsemen.
Citizens along the line of march lire
kindly requested to decorate and illumin
ate their premises.
Assistant marshals: John Hodges, Capt.
W. M. Williams, B. F. Blake, Win. Mc-
Hale. F. Biioss, Marshal.
Ab3 Lincoln M. L. & A. S.
I apprehend that many of our citizens
have but little idea of the amount of relief
the accident department of this society is
piying in the way of weekly benefits, and
we would ask comparison with any society
or company extant, in rtgard to safety,
economy or prompt payment.
Permit mo here to state that no peisou is
exempt from accident. Wo have already
paid weekly benefits to merchants, clergy
men, railroad agontf, teamsters, carpenters,
our old friend W. F. Pitcher, now in
Springfield, Mo., and lastly Dr. Crain, of
Villa IVdge, aa the following receipt will
show. 'Persons whether in good health or
not can become members lor $3.00 and for
three dollars a year can securo weekly in
demnities. Thomas Lewis, Sec.
Cairo, III., Oct. 11, 1884.
Roceived of the Abe Lincoln Mutual
Li f o aud Accident Society twonty-flvu dol
lars in lull tor ono week s miuries to date
under accident certificate No. 153 in said
society. Dn. Jas. II. Chain.
To the Citizens of Cairo.
The committee of arrangameuts for the
Carter Harrison demonstration in this city
on Thursday, tho 10th, hereby request and
invito all our citizens to assist in decorating
the city by hanging out flags, etc., during
the day, and illuminating their residences
and places of business at night. It is the
desire to have the largest torchlight pro
cession in the evening that has ever been
witnessed in this part of the state, an 1 to
this end all citizens interested in an honest
and economical administration of our gov
ernment are requested to meet at their re
spective voting pi ices in tho several wards
at 7 o'clock p, in. sharp, to obtain torches
and form into line.
By order of the committee of arrange
ments. B. F. Blake, Chairman.
The ladies of Cairo are cordially invitod
to attend tho grand opening of full and
winter goods at Mrs. L. E. Williamson's
new store, which will tuke plact to-morrow
(Thursday), Friday and Siturday. This
lady's long experience in tho business en
ables her to offer her many customers a
most elegant and well selected stock. Do
not fail to attend this opening and sto tho
immense variety of tnsty, stylish, fresh and
seasonable goods. She cordially invites all
her old patrons and would also bo pleased
to seo many new ones. Souvenir presented
to each lady attending this grand opening.
An unusually inton sling gamo of base
ball will be played in thfi 'baseball park
to-day nt 2:30 p. m., between tho Cairos
and tho Memphis Reds. Tho Memphis
club will present bS their batterv. Crone
, i -
and Carr, tho latter being tho great one
armed pitcher. Tho gamo will certainly
bo a bard-fought one and no ono who en
joys such sport bhould fail to attend, as It
will undoubtedly te tho closest game
played in the city this season. Tho Reds
aro professionals, aud claim to bo tho
champions of a largo scope of country.
Ia the K'namltig, nh, my drllug,
In the twilight faint and dim,
Will you a'cn fur mt, my darling,
When tho moon linn rtnunod hur glim?
You will mo mo thi'D.my ilaillng,
Tuongh the night ho dump md dark,
Iu a big torchlight prori'S'lun,
Howling I'k'j the boojnm mark.
-New Yoi It Journal.
Tho UtoHt riddle out: Why was my ba"
by's but attack of croup lilto this para
graph! BocauBO it was ' very short, and
endud with that wonderful cure, Dr. Bull1
At u c died meeting of tho suloon koep
er association fcundny night the follow
ing resolution was adopted :
We, tho saloon keepers' association, hav
ing ueara mat reports aro being circulatud
that this order is supporting certain candi
dates for offlco at tho next election ;
Resolved, That the same are untrue.
P. Salt, President.
For a Goad Meal
or a good room, go to DeBauo's,
On account of tho low price of Hour, I
have increased the size and weight ot my
loaves an i now offer to the public a larger
loaf of better quality than BDy baker In the
cirl'- A Frank Khatkv.
For the Best Oysters, "
go to DeBhun's, 50 Ohio leve tf
New Stock of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
New York and t?t. Louis hr new tti-k of
millinery and fancy goods and cloaks and
Jersey jackets. She kindlv invites th.. la
dies to call and exam no her stock at the
store formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Eighth street.
Look for the Red Light,
at DcBauu'a 50 Ohio kvee.
Special Tci'iuot the Circuit Court.
A special term of tnu circuit court ol
Alexau.ler county, in the state of Illinois.
tor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal businesi has iiwa thin
lay culled to convene at tho court hoUi-e in
tho city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1884, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alex H. Irvin, Clerk.
Ciro, I!., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oyster.,
at DeBiun's, 5G Ohio levee. tf
A Walkiug Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechaniesburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with lung lever
and abscess on lunge, and reduced to a
walking ekek-ton. Got a free triil bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery fir Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three botths, found iuelf o.ice more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a gain h flewh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a free trial bottle of this certnin cure
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles $1 "0.
Open Pay and Sight.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
tfucKien'fi Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all L3kin Eruptions, and positively
cures riles. It Ih guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes .
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tncy give en
tire satisfaction and aro rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters aro the purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and regulate tho bowels. No family
can afford to be without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars in doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (3)
Come, Gentle Spring,
and bring malaria, dyspepsia, biliomnese,
torpidity of liver and a train of kindred
maladies. Fortunately K dney-Wort is at
hand. It may be hal of th'j nearest drug
gist and will-pur'I'y the system, correct the
stomaih ami bowels, slimtil ito the liver and
kidneys to healthy action, remove all
poisonous humors and make you feel like a
new man. As a spr.ng medicine, tonic
and blood-purifiir it has no equal.
Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.,
August lGth to October 25th.
Tho Illinois Central R. R. tickets to
Louisville and return Mondays and Tues
days of each week, at $10.15. Tickels
good to return on twen:y days from date of
sale. Two daily trains leaving Cairo 2:15
in. and 3:15 p. m. A. II. Hanson,
0 Gen. Pas:i. Agt
Avoid cheap goods. The Hon Plaster
cures pains and aches where oilier plasters
simply relrevo, 25b. at all druggists. (0)
A Fair Oiler.
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, 'Mich.
offur to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on tiial, for thirty (lays, to
men. old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, loat vitality nnd kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 3
tiTQvi tho best dyes. Tin Diamond
Dyes for family use have no equals. All
popular colors easily dyed fast anil beauti
ful. Only lOo. a package at druggists.
Wells, Richardson ti Co., Burlington, Vt.
Sample card, 2 colors, and book of direc
tions for 2c. stamp.
Cheap Itomi'N In ArkniHU and Texas
Along too Hi e ot.tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
PaCiao Railway and International and
Groat Northern Railroad, are thousands l
acres ot tho choicest farming and grazing
lands iu tho world, ranging in prion from
$2.00 to $300 and $1.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, . with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dross to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkannns and Texas,
in 1882, aud makeup your mind to go anfi
seo for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that ot
1882. To those purchasing Innd owned liy
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate robato Is
allowed for money paid for ticket? orircignt
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townhbno. acn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
M. WERNER & SON.
PROPRIETORS OF THE
CHICAGO ONIM'IMCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
FURNISHING-. G OODS DEPT
We have now received our complete new fall stock andean
say we never iad a larger or more complete line of goods.
we are showing all grades of. goods from $1.00 to $12.00 a
miU and wo call your attention to our Tied Flannels, at
bl.U an article. 82.25 a suit. The saint o-onris at ntiiw
stores will cost you $:.00 a
gain new stock of
in all the new shapes and silks.
We have all the best makes in Kid. J)r-,skiii, Castor Duck,
riymouth Buck, .Genuine Scotch Knit, Jersey., and iu tact
a most complete assortment.
AVearetheautsof the (Ylebiatod Wilson Bros, make,
the best iittmg shirt made. Ve alo make shirts to order
j. m 111111111, 01 em ui u-i
stock toselect from and at the
M. WKWNEll .Sc SON.
Speakhg.at the Opera House
Hon. Carter Harrison,
Democratic Candidate lor Governor.
fien. Wm. B. Anderson, Col. Don Morrison, Hon. K. W.
lownshend, Hon. W. J. Allen and Hon. F. 31. Youngblood
will certainly be present. Other distinguished Democratic
uraiurs nave ueen niviieu ana are expected.
Immense i Torchlight Procession at Nteht!
Grand Turnout of
CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS CLUBS
Excursion Hates on all Hailroads and Boats!
Let us move in solid column for Democracy and honest,
THOMAS W. SHIELDS,
Chairman Democratic County Committee.
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