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Ve aiu Here, .ad Have Coae to Stay
No. 101 Commercial Ave. & GthSt.,
Mill carry the largest stock of
BOOTS -:- AND -:- SHOES
GOOD GOODS at the LOWEST MARGIN
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Af iaA In All mMAilta ctnfi
the M,chanic and the Railroader -
Wa tarry th Inrwst stork nf
Shoes in tne city.
iCSKJome and see us before
rwinna All fY-AAla ivtonlrarl in Tlrti"
price tor an.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICIAL PAPKIt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
KNTEItED AT THE CAIRO POSTOFFICE FOB
TRANSMISSION TIlUOCOH THE HAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
I!1 OR BALE -Oaeinjatl monitor coal Move, one
larje canon tor. Apply it The Uullilln office
FOK SALE Bayd'ick Jump m-at r-urrey, lift price
$M5, new, g.od Job, fur (150. Inquire of K. A.
UOK HALE. New Home Sewing Machine right
J- from the factory, Hit price $50 for f i; E. A.
FOR8ALE. Haydock Phaeton,
!. for $12.-1 unuiro of E. A.
new, lint price
P'R RENT Rildence property of Col.
Kea deo on Kifieeotti atreel. IJonie I
ten room., hit all needed coot ntvnce and it in
good condition gene-ally.
M. J. HOW LET, Real Eitate Agent.
FURNISHED KOOMS-T.. rent, corner of Wfh
intftou Ave and Eler.ntb St. u. FUtUKLL-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Louis Herbert is in Chicago on busi
ness. Paducah is to have "Peck's Bad Boy"
on Thursday night of next week.
The ladies are getting their geraniums
and other tender plants into the house.
Uonry Stout, the contractor, is doing
considerable brick work in Mound City.
- Good shoes at prices that all can pay.
St. Louis Shoe Store, 101 Commercial av
Win. Clavln was yesterday fined $3.00
and costs by Judge Coming for disorderly
A firm atllazilhurst, Miss , ships toads
to Louisville florists, who use them to rid
their plants of insects.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
The City of New Orleans yesterday
put off 100 balcB of cotton at this point for
shipment east over the Wabash.
The Pcrl went down the river yester
day with a big tow of rock and tw barges
of wire to be used at Plum Point.
Railroad men should see our box toe
boots; very prime and cheap. St. Louis
Shoe Store, t3
Tub Bulletin's local is undjr last
ing obligations to Mr. C. W. BraJley for
numerous and substantial favors.
There were 0,433 m nn vjtes polled in
Cincinnati at t le late election ihao in tha
corresponding one four years ago.
All heart sawed aud shaved cypress
shingles at Lancaster & Rice Manufactur
ing Co. for $2.00 per thousand. tf
Capt. English intends as soon as the
political campaign is ended to reorganize
the Ilalliday Guards, of this city.
Tuo City of St. Louis passed down for
New Orleans yesterday, with a good trip,
taking on about 150 tons at this point.
Good calf boots for men at $2.C0 a
pair. St. Louis Shoo Store, 101 Commer
cial avenuo. 2t
The Wabash road will carry those who
wish to attend the llendncks meeting at
Vincennes today for $3.00 for the round
-Good fruit will be scarce this winter
and will command high prices. Appear
ance indicate that apples will not keep
The best and cheapest lino of children's
and misses' spring heel shoes to the city at
the St. Louia Shoo Store, 101 Commercial
Fred Teichman expect to open a
branch cigar store on the corner of Eigh-
teeutli street and Commercial avenuo in a
Tuone who got up early yesterday
Id form us that there was heavy frost.
The cold snap lost in grip during the day,
Come and see our line of kid button
hoes for ladies at $2.80 a pair. They are
beauties. St. Louis Shoe Store, 101 Com
mercial. avenuo. 2t
-Two rural gentlemen in passing Na
Rel's jewelry store a few days ago, noticed
: the novelty clock in one of the show win
dows which runs 400 days without wind-
in Southern Illinois.
i ai t i .i.
itiA tf Q lira t.T r It A T AliriHA hn VflMntnti
not fonr-ttinir the Ladies and KahlM
Misses'. Child rtn' nnd Rnva1 Siphn...
spread rapidly to the Central Hotel, ad
buying elsewhere and note our
.n wuj uiutixuu iii jFiuiii yucca aim uiic
iog. Reading the inscription aloud, one
of the ruralidts punched the other, exclaim
ing, "Gad, wonder how long it would run
if it was woundi ' Paducah Standard.
The Hudson got in from Paducah yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock, having been
caught by a fog at Gray's Point, the preced
A comet devoid of a caudle appendage
is visible to the naked eye at Alexandria.
Those tailless comets, however, don't do
It is now time for that celebrated in
dividual, the "oldest inhabitant," to tell by
the corn husk what kind of a winter we are
going to have.
The Missouri Grand Lodge of Masons
has decidad to arrest the charter of any
subordinate lodge that allows a st'oon
keeper to hold office.
There is no indication of an advance
in the price of wheat, corn or oats. Corn
for May delivery is now selling in Chicago
at 89 cents per bushel.
Gus Winter expects to go to St. Louis to
morrow or Monday, having accepted a
good position as traveling salesman for a
wholesale grocery house in that city.
Mr. John Aiathorpe, for several years a
clerk in the City National Bsnk, of this
city, has been promoted to the position of
assistant cashier of that institution.
Rev. A. II. Trick will preach at the
Presbyterian church to morrow morning on
"the great btuiness of the church," and in
in the evening on "what faith does I"
Capts. Marsh Warren and Harry
Brown were passengers to Cairo nn tha
Alice Brown, and last night left by rail for
Newport, Ark., on a hunting expedition.
Capt. Ileory Lourey, vice-president of
the Valley Barce line, accompanied by his
wife, spent yesterday in Mmind City and
Cairo, and returned to St. Louis last night.
Mr. J. Culley; postmaster at Clear
Creek Landing, and Messrs. A. J. Bunch
and Jos. Raines, two prominent farmers of
that locality, were interviewing the city
The darkey who cut the other, Wed
nesday, mentioned in yesterday's Bulle
tin, was brought before Judge Robinson
yesterday, charged with disturbing the
peace, and was fined $5.00 aud costs.
One of the fashionable schools of New
York his introduced a new thing, called
slumbrous comeliness, which teaches the
young ladies to assume graceful poses in
bed, to keep the mouth shut, Imw not to
The Mobile & Ohio railrond has issued
a poster, offering a reward of $1,000 for the
at rest and conviction of the party or par
tics who wrecked the train on that road on
the night of tho 17th inst., between Tupelo
Since the fact has come to light that
we are to have no Paducah Southern rail
road, Vienna has takn a boom, and several
new bricks are going up in tho spring, and
already ono of our leading roads is under
going macadamization. Vienna Times.
The Cairo Short Line has adopted a
new scheme to induce shippers to patron
ize tho line in shipping goods to the
world's fair at Hew Orleans. It offers to
deliver freight directly on the grounds
without extra charge. -St. Louis Chron
icle. Next Tuesday will be tho last registra
tion day before tho election. Voters who
have not registered and who want to save
trouble on election day ought not to fail to
retiiater. Under the new law every voter
is compelled to register in his election dis
trict, and to vote in it.
The Cairo boys did not win the game
of baseball at Charleston on Wednesday,
the club at that place having imported a
St. Louis man, and our club being minus
their regular pitcher. Tho score was,
Charleston 10, Cairos 7. Tho Calros play
tho Rods at Memphis to-day.
Tho tow-boat Alice Brown arrived at
this port from 8t. Lnuis yesterday with the
largest tow ever brought to Cairo by one
boat. It consisted of 28 emp'y coal bargoa,
11 abrcssf, making 204 feet of tho tow
shoving ahead of her. She went on to
Memphis for a tow of empties.
The Tiohborue claimant is out of
prison. If he makes but a single notion
(JA1RU, MitE'IlN: SATURDAY MOliNlN bOTOBER 25, 1884.
towards corniog to the Unit States to
lecture, we shall fator a perpetual quarao
tiDu against him, or, failing that, a shotgn
witu a liberal loud of buckshot. This
country had Jim Blaine, and knows when
it has enough of a thing. Louisville
Day before yesterday Ed Boles, an In
surance agent, went over to Commercial
Point from Dongola, with a livery rig be
lunging to Frank Casper, of Dongola.
driver accompanied him. Some time dur
ing the night the team and buggy were stol
en, and thus far have not been heard from
The outfit consisted of a top buggy, black
About 2 o'clock on Saturday morning
,l10 8t.ro of R ch & J'mf in Cresl S'ir,D8
was discovered to be on fire. The flames
j;,ini.Dff' W89 8,,on jcon8Ud. 8190
"u""lun miurl dir. J, a
Hull. But a small portion of Ihe goods
and furniture in tho buildings was saved
Loss about 14,500.
Ihe Bellevillo Times says a nice old
gentleman, who pretends to be soliciting
names to a petition for the reduction of
Salaries of public officers and the reduction
ot taxes, is operating a scheme on the
farmers in different parts of the state. The
name is obtained, and the farmer shortly
discovers that he has signed a promissory
note. Be sure and give him your signature
when he comes around your way.
Calender's colored minstrels perform
ed at the opera house last night to rather a
slim audience. Just why there was not a
bigger turnout would bo hard to tell. Pos
sibly our people are becoming more ele
vated in their tastes, as tho burnt cork
artists have usually been greeted with
profitable audiences in our city. Those
who attended were evidently well pleased
with the performance given.
-non. P. E. Albright has spent three
days in the county during the past week,
winding up at the court house with the
largest meeting held here during.thc cam
paign, to which he delivered a magnificent
speech. He has been greeted elaewhero
by good audiences who have given him ex
cellent attention", and we confidently ex
pect good results from his meetings. -Metropolis
Hon. R. W. Townshend, the able Dem
ocratic member of congress from the l&th
district, made one of the ablest speeches of
the campaign at Cairo on Thursday of last
week. He is a most eloquent speaker, an 1
has the facts an i figures to prove the rot
tenness of tho Republican party their star
route thievery and other Blundering
schemes, no convinced all who heard
him that the common good of the country
demanded a change in the administration
of national affairs. He eulogized tho Dem
ocratic party, and showed that it was the
parry of Washington and of Jefferson, and
that when it went down we could bid
good-bye to our Republican form of gov
ernment. Mr. Townehenl is an active,
honest, industrious member of cDnTess.
and bis return to that body, which is as-
sured, is an honor to the state, and credita
ble to the Democratic party, whose battles
he is so gallantly fighting in this campaign.
If we had more such men ss Dick Towns
hend in tho Btate, there would be no ques
tion of our succesi this fall. Toaeibon
We take the following Iroin the Jones
boro Gazette, ot this week: It looks very
much as though there would be a railroad
from Jonesbora to Cpe O'uarleau soon.
A delegation of our citizens, some
seveotv strong, attended the Carter Harris
on mass meeting at Cairo last Thursday.
A great deal r.f wheat ws brought to
tho elevator last Saturday, d njiderablo
of it failed to pass inspection, on account
of weevil, which is said to infest tho wheat
to an unusual extent this year. Hon. D.
T. Linegar made an able ppocth on last
Saturday night at Cub-Jen. Hu is one of
the ablest men in southern Minoi3. He
will addre.-s the people in Jackson county
this week, and will work for the cause un
til election day. Mr. E. E. Naugle, of
Omaha, was in town on Saturday. He was
present in Cairo at tho wedding of his
brother, Mr. J. A. Naualo and Mi"a Fannie
Barclay, of that city. These gentlemen
were formerly employes on the St. Louis &
Cairo R. R. Mr. Hely and his corps of
assistants have run several lines this week
from Anna to the dug hill. Wo learn that
ho is confi lent that a good route can be
found. We trust that tho Illinois Central
will push the road through to Capo Girar
deau. It will be a good paying road, and
will develop tho bottoms, tho richest por
tion of this county, and open up to Chicago
tho trade of Capo Girardeau and all south
M. Dcligny, who has under him 40,
000 operatives in tho copper mlnos of
tbo province of Huolva, Spain, of which
ho has been chlof engineer sinco 1848,
states that ho has never been ablo to
ascertain that any ono engaged in tho
mining Industry with which he has
boon so long connected had dlod of
cholera Tho health of tho mining
population is excellent, and doaths from
jsymotlo diseases ara raro among them.
N. Dcligny also mentions that peoplo
of rank and wealth ut Madrid and oth
er parts of Spain havo ongagod every
available lodging about tho coppor
mines. Ho stated that tho immunity
from cholera in tho Swodlsh coppor
mines is so notorious that lu 18G4 and
18C5 tho royal family and court wont to
'livo in tho l'halun mines, where there
was not a slnglo doath from tho "epidemic.
Hou. F. 1 Albright
Wis on hand last night as announced, and
made one of his characteristic stirring
speech.. Mr. Albright was scm ted to
the court house by a larye Duruberof torch
bearing Democrats, led by the dram corps.
Several houses on the lino of march wore
illuminated, and rockets and other fire
works were touched off in honor of the oc
casion. Arriving at the court house, F.
Bross called the meetiug to order, and in a
few very pertinent and pointed remarks in
troduced our next Congressman Hon. F.
E. Albright. The speaker first gave his at
tention to the tariff, aud then parsed to a
review of the history and a comparison of
tho principles and practices of the two
great parties, ono of which he so ably rep
resents. The court house was well filled
with an attentive audiener, who showed
their appreciation of the epeaker's efforts
by frequent aud enthusiastic bursts of ap
Tho latest news from Zululand comes bv
cable. The warriors havs all manijdj
they desire in the future, peace, huppiuess
and enough Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for the
War Dept., Siqnal Service, U. S. A
Washington, October 24, 1S34
The following table gives the tempera
ture at the points named this afternoon, the
observations all being taken at 2:12 p.m.
Cincinnati '. 52
New Orleans. . . 64
ht. Louis 66
Dodgo City C2
North Plate.... 04
St. Paul 46
ins bulletin inermometer stood as
ollows at the different hours of the dav
given in the diagram below:
38- -C A.M.
G3- -12 M.
50- -6 P.M. .
By a fall on the ice Mr. Jeremiah Cole
man, Norwich, N. Y., sustained a revere
aid obstinata sprain, of which he was cur
ed by St. Jacobs oil, the magical pain cure
DiED-Friday, October 24, 1884, Chas,
Helfereeh, at the residence of his son-io-law,
The deceased will be buried at Beech
Ridge. Funeral services will bo held to
morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.
LIST Or LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN TUB POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER ZZ, 1884.
Armstrong, T B
Chase, Jennie P
Clark, Georgia M
Howe, J W
ChoBa, Dora (2)
Hcgan, Kate (2)
Liscomb, S C
S'ewart. Claudie (3)
Allensworth, Win Armstrong, T B (2)
Alexander, John Brown, Sam'l
Brooks, Lee Baker, Jno W
Boede, Hencry Cormodav, James
Cunningharti, M D Carlo, Garbeans
iirumond, James W Jjetors, J B
Earl, Charles E
Harrison T N
Loug, W F
Lnpor, Smith -Manninb,
Odar, Oliver T
Slanon, II II
Jones, T L
Keys, T C
McUans, W P
Martin, A A
O'Rourke, I H
Pry or, Jno
Thompson, M L
Willerts, Burton, W Vogle, Jno O
Persons calling for the above lettors will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Murimit, Postmaster.
Members of tho Cairo Casino aro request
ed to meet at their hall this (Saturday) ev
ening at 8 o'clock to niako arrangements
for attending the funeral of their late mem
ber, Mr. Chas. Helfereeh. Prompt atten
tion rcquirod. Jacob Bower, Secy. '
Having carried oyer from last sea -on a very small
vVa wiMMmwHiuimc, uicreiure, uoiunita lariro and
complete new .stock for this fall and . winter season, and
i .... - v uvunviii mm
are made and cut in tho verv latest -stvlw. Wa h
is the largest in Southern Illinois.
$2.00 to $18.00.
jjoii t tail to give u a
styles elegant, newest makes
ye pieasea 10 nave you examine our elegant line of suits
over m p:lttcriw ln Pr, ft $10
CHICAGO OXE-PIUCE CLOTHING HOUSE
M. WKHNEIl SON. Prop. -"VfLOJj.
101 Commercial Ave.,
EfE3 CaA ill. 3-11
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking: Cultivators,
Com Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Ms. 27 & 33,
TJEL.KPIIONK NO. UO.
WM.. LUDWIG & CO,
r"rfCr P'T. JUNE 17th, 1884. Vf
Harness, Saddles, & Horse
ALSO CARRIES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and
SOLE AGENTS FOJt THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their
ces Lelore purchasing elsewhere The largest
,OUJS 0.' HERBERT,
(Successor to Chaf T. Newlaud and
lumbet, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , hot. fenth aud Ele
venth hts ,
Drlv. Well Furro and Lin I'uraon furnlihad and
put up, Atiout for tha Coluuratad
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
p svnr Invcntfld. Now Oa Futures
d to ordor. Old fixtures ropalr.d and
VJobblug promptly at'eoded to
we have these coats from
Our assortment is large,
and I..wet prices. w0 would
A. .:. BUDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silrcv,
PLAT E D-AV A. H E.
HT Musical Instruments. St. Louia Prices Duplicated.
- - CAIRO, ILL'
and A.gato "Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Dealers In All Kinds of
LARGEST VARIETY OP
Lino of Business. Examlno goods and pri
stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Xjiidwig & Co.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Noxt Alexander Co. Dunk, Hth St
iVUood Stock and Prtc.s Koaionable.rl
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I would respectfully announc.toth.cttli.nl of
Cairo that I hay opened and am naming on a
Br.tcla i laundijF loth, rear of Wmt.r'. Block.
oi.Hov.inth ireut, where I am prepared to do all
kind nf work In my line in a superior and work'
man.lilp ityln, dofylna competition aud at rcaeon
aMo fliruriMi. Ah wink Biiarani.ed, and prompt
payment If any goodi areW v
N. D.-Kntrance to laundry, through t be private
Katrine, to Winter's Block. " mte