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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOltNING, OCTOBER 31 , 1884,
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
No. 101 Commercial &c Oth,
liave conic to the front with some genuine harffaius, as
the following: will attest:
Men's Gooa Calf Boots, - - $2.50
Men's Bals ami Button London Toe, 2.00
Men's Buckle Shoes, good ones, - 1.50
Misses' School Shoes, well made, - 1.25
Children's Solar Tip Shoes, - - 1.00
Our line of Ladies' Kid, Move Toi ami Oil Goat But
ton Hoots for $2.50 must be seen to appreciated.
Railroadmen should see Mur Box-toe Botts, . very
prime and cheap.
Goods marked in plain prices and one
price lor all.
SHOE STOR E, x
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
omClAL PAP-KB OF ALEXANDER COUNTV
K.NTBHKD AT THE CAIKO P08TOFFICK FOR
riUNSMISSION THROUGH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLABS RATES.
lOR SALE -Ons larre cannon stove. Applv at
Toe Bulletin office.
FOH 8 ALE Baydnck Jump-scat snrrey. Hot orlce
.'45. new. aaad loh. for tl.M. Inmilrni.fK A
l?OH SALE. Haydock l'hseton. new. Iiat orlce
A1 $W. for llS.-Iuquire of K. A. Burnott, Bullo
Ij'OR S ALE. Two cottat'08 on 2ith ntreet noar
Poplar, and onecotlagg on Poplar above 35th
atreet, at a bargain,
tf M.J.IIOWLKY, U'?al Estate Acent.
FOR HALE Lot and two bonnes on southwest
corner 27th it., and Commercial aveane, runt for
$15a month. Apply to J. O'Connor, Auna, III,,
ortu M.J.UOWLKV, Heal Katute Agent.
V IR RBNT-Roaldoncc property of Col. Jan. 8.
Koa-den on Fifteenth street. Uonse contains
two room,, hu all needed conveniences and is In
good condition irone'aliy.
M. J. HOWLKr, Real Ktate Agent.
IjUJRSIsnED ROOMS-Tn rent, corner of Wash
luittou Ave and Eleventh St. Mrs. FAHBELL-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
To furnish food hr worm, drag your
Run over the fence after you ruuzzlo fore
most. --Fresh Oysttrs at Joo Stengak'a saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
0. II. Jackson & Co. will to-day re
ceive a car load of apples from the orchards
of Michigan, this season.
Statistics show there aro physi
cians to every 10,000 persons in this coun
try. Who are the doctors?
All heart sawed and slmvcd cypress
shingles at Lancaster & Uice Miuiufactur
ing Co. for 13.50 per thousand. tf
The Boys' Branch mcet3 this evening
in Y. M. C. A. room?. All boys oer 13
years of ago aro iuvited to attend.
lion. William Hartzell, the favorite
orator of Southern Illinois, will speak at
the opera house to-morrow niht. Ladies
are especially invited to come an 1 hear him.
Notice, now is the time to lay in your
winter stock of kindling at $1.0 ) per load ;
leSVe orders with Fred Thomas, next tho
Hough and Ri-aiy engine house. Ct
Abit of a row on Eleventh street, west
of Walnut, yesterday afternoon necessitated
a call for police. The suhj rt was a wom
an, an old offender, who will languish a
few weeks in jail.
An exchange says "Easier is the proper
time for marrying." Tills gives the couple
a long honeymoon and leaves them in tho
right condition to repent when the next
Lent comes around.
Miss Julia Blako is an actress of mote
than usual power, and in tho pleasant melo
drama, "Bachelors," does Bomo very fine
work. Don't fail to bo on hand at Buder's
in time to secure your seat.
Don't forget to stuff the extra ballot
box at tho polls with one voto fiom each
man, "against domestic animals running at
largo," and thus help to reclaim thousands
of acres of rich tillable land in Atextnder
Tho man who Lurries loo much never
C itches up with his work. It is tho steady
onc-at-a-tioie clocktieking-style working
man who shows tho greatest result at the
cloio of tho days's work, no matter what
may bo his employment.
Mr. Wiler, of tho Now York store, was
the next new married man to place hliniuli
on record as desirous of keeping up tho
school census of Cairo. It Is a girl and
welhs eleven pounds. Three ylrls and
one boy is a pretty fslr week's work. Ncxtl
The married lady spoken of a few days
ago as "stsge struck" has realized all her
, hopes, and is now, with name in large type
on tho bills, tilling an engagement In a
variety theatre, but nut In Memphis Her
v nom do ph'tuo Is "Miss Maud Lenoir."
Her real name, at her earnest requet', Is for
tho present withheld. V won't tell it.
Tie demsgoguo Thomas misted Ids
mark Tuesday evenlug at tho opera houso
when tie asserted and emphatically roller
ated that "a uiggcr is as good as a Demo
, crat," a clear Intimation that the darkey is
nor as good at a Republican, a point
which tho many intelligent negrois of Ctii
ro will not fail to make a note of. "As
good as a Democrat but kot as good as
The very funny and highly amusing
play, "The Bachelors," will be given at the
opera house to-night by tho Richardnon
Dramatic Co. It is among the best enter
tainments of the season, aud those who at
tend will surely be amply repaid for the
trouble. The actors are all good, especial
ly Miss Julia Bl'iVe and Harry Robinson,
the inimitable commedian. Qo early and
necure good seats at popular prices.
The whole people of the county are in
terested in voting the aUitiooal tax of CO
cents on the one hundred dull ira valuation.
The amount 50 raised will be expended in
repairing and preventing further decay of
the court ho'jsc. "An ouuee of prevention
is worlh a pound of cure," and for every
hundred dollars raised and expended now
a thousand will be savad to the county iu
the near future.
To-morrow will be tho feist of AH
Saints iu the Catholic church aud is a Holy
Day of obligation. First Mass wi'.l be
celebrated in St. Patrick's church at 0 a.
m., and second (High) mass at 8 a.m. Tho
feast was first instituted in Rome by Pope
Bonaface IV in the seventh century, and
was afterwards extended throughout the
Christian world. To-dsy tho vigil of the
feast is a day of fast and abstinence.
If Capt. Thomas denies that he Baid at
the opera house Tuesday evening that "a
nigger is as good as a Democrat" the negro
will be mad and possibly kick out of the
traces, while if ho stands by the assertion,
or declines to explain, wo have tho names
of several prominent Republicans who have
signified their intention of not supporting
him. The genial captain should not in
dulge too freely in tho tidies of the dema
gogue if he hopes to succeed.
Died -At Bowling Green, Ky., last
Sunday morning, Mr. Presley Byrnes, well
known in this city among river men. He
had made Cairo his home or headquarters
for s;)mo time, and was conceded by the
river fraternity to bo a thorough and com
petent steamboat clerk. Pres was noted
for bis genial and social qualities, which
likely causod a premtturo death; but he
died surrounded with loving relatives and
menus, who mourn his loss. He leaves a
daughter and brother, who reside in Bow
ling Orccn, his brother being a prominent
physician of tint city.
-Tho wedding of Mi.is Edith Wheeler
was well attended by Cairo people who
went up on the special train to Mt. Carniel
ycsieruay morning. Among tiietn were:
Mrs. Judge Baker, Mrs. Henry Halli-
Uay, Mrs. h. W. Ilalliday and daughter
Vesta, Master Tom Holiday, Mrs. M. F.
Gilbert, Cipt. W. P. llalliday, Mioses De.it-
rich, Miss Lizzio Shields, Mies Clara Rob
bins, Mis. Wood Ritteuhouse and daughter
Maude, Mibs Mollio Riley, Miss Nannie
McKee, Miss Lizzie Wood, Miss Bettie
Korsemcyer, Miss Ada Lester, Mr9. John
Joucb, Mrs. Eng. E. Ellis, Dr. C. W. Dun
ning, Col. Rearden, Mr. Elmer Comings,
Tho "Georgia Wonder" entertainment
last evening at the opsra houe was fairly
atteiided, and Miss Lulu Hurst amused the
audience very much in her experiments.
She is quito an attractive lady, which add
ed to tho interest ot the performance, but
as to her supernatural powers, wo can
hardly credit her with as much as tho press
generally concedes her It must be admit
ted, however, thut she pngicsscs greatjinag
netiam, and exerts a great influenco over
some. Onu uentlemau site throw hondtntup
into a private box. We notice that with
ur. Hijumi hiiu had L-ut little power. The
a . . . . .
quartette chair wrestling match in which
Dr. Woods engaged was good and resulted
iu a victory for Miss Lulu.
-While wo fuel suro that the many ne
groes who listened to the pi ecu of Capt
iliomiB at tho opera house Tuesday even
ing thoroughly appreciated the (fratuitoui
linult ( (lured them iu his intimnllnn that
a uiguer It as good as a Democrat but not
as good as a Republican, thero teems to be
no way cut of tho dilemma, at they aro as
much the property of the whito leaden
tho radical party as they wero thirty yers
ago, with neither tho meant or tho incllna
tion to resent an insult from theilf maslurt
Votes aro placid lo their nerveless flngera
and they are driven to the polls I'ke cattle
to the slaughter pen. dropninir their votos
timidly, as tho party hsh cracks and cuts
about their ears. :
A special from New York says the bus
lues nun's Cleveland and Hendricks meet
lug to-morrow will! completely overshadow
anything in tho wny of a political demon'
strat'on ever held in thutci'r of crest meet
ini. The business men of New York,
not ff all Mm ontlvinsr towns and cities,
will bo in line, and following tlx m iu tho
pn cession wt!lco:no Tammany hall In full
stiuigll,. A letter from Chairman Oi trly
Bays ho ban evory HHHU'snrf thut In I'Jina is
a'l iirht, ti'id thit. luvin:' hist re uroed
fr 10 New Yi rk, ho c:in siy from pusou il
observation lint the state will i;ive a tot
j ri'y of 75,000 tor Clevclnnd mid Hen.
ibieks. It is beloved there will bs over
100,000 men in line to-niorro.v.
Wo ive b'd'iw some ilaiu s, whi.di
h 'iv-.' die merit oC being original and, (ur
io t-y, wim, lei (u!ly t.u:!,ful. The nie'rc
ii n l;t' io Imiik; mi,,) 1 li,, rli'tnes MHiieulmt
d -joint"!', but thiy gr'.ke n fair average
fr cunp-iign poetry - better ihai the Chi
cago p.ietest who speaks of
' The Plumed Knlebt,
With tword and tibr ahlnlngi' :
but fails to explain just what ho v.- nts of
both a Sword and a sabre.
THE OHAN'D RALLY.
Ih'it grand licpublican rally
We never can forgot,
They throngid the atreeta aud'alleys.
And some were black aa Jet.
Tlie color, d folks all joined the crowd,
With shonts and cheers so wild.
They passed as by Just like a cloud.
rrom a tcun down to a child.
They had their banners flying Hah,
To cut a mighty swell,
And their appeirance passing by.
V, ould b ! hard for ns to tell .
Thefuw white men that lead the ba d.
All seemed to be alive.
And countin eac'i 010 as a nun,
1 hey numbered aixtr-flve.
They Gathered all the broke-down uses,
And formed them aldi bv a'.rln.
Then hoisted np the faded flags ;
Each "coon" a horse did stride.
Tlii order waa parade a mile;
i.Thetawn with noise was rent:
The? hoisted np Jim Mame'H proalc ,
As their next Picaldent.
Tct loud onr sh in f jr Cleveland
Will to the heavens ascend:
The man for our next PrcBMen',
The poor man's only friend.
Republican Day in New York.
B. Sl 0. Special to the Cairo Bulletin.
New York, Oct. 30. The so-called bus
iness men's parade .of the Republicans
which took place in this city yesterday was
a big affair in point of numbers. It was
larger by at least 30,000 than the Demo
cratic business men's parade last Saturday,
but as a strictly business men's parade,
representing simply the business men of
this city, it was a lamentable failure. The
Democratic parade last Saturday, with the
exception of a small club of steavedores
and 'long-horesmcn, was made up exclus
ively of men doing business in the down
town districts of the city, and nine out of
ten of tiiem were connected with some one
of the several exchanges in the metropolis.
In the Republican business men's parade
to-day the case was different. . The parade
was directly gotten up under the auspices
of the Republican national committee. No
pains or expense was spared to make it a
success in point of numbers. The commit
tee when it first started to get up the pa
rade a week ago, found that the number of
business men who would parade for Blaine
was eo small that alone they would make a
miserable show. In this extremity they
sent invitations to all tho principal places
within a radius of 150 miles of New York,
asking Republican business men in their
places to come here and join in to-day's pa
rade; but this was not enough and to fill
out the quota, they were forced to patch out
with tho ordinary campaign clubs in the
up town districts.
All the railroads centering in the city
ran special trains for the accommodation of
those who were coming to join in tho pa
rade. A special train was run from Brook
lyn with a Blaine club, and one from Hart
ford, New Haven, and even New London
All the cities on tho line of the Hudson
river road turnished their clubs to make up
the quota of the New York business men
who were to ptrude for Blaine. A large
club came from Philadelphia, from Tren
ton, another from New Brunswick, two
from Newark, nd some from the smaller
Tun Republicans last night wero very
proud of the parade but a closo estimate
shows that one half the procossion was
composed of men who do not livo lo the
city; one half '.ho remainder was composed
of the heelers in tho up town districts; and
of the other quarter, fully one-half of it
was nude 11 p of postodlco employes and at
attaches of the custom house. J. B. P.
11. & O. Special to Cairo Bulletin.
Naw York, Oct. 30. -One of thn lead
ing features on thu lino of yesterday's
Blaine business men's parade was tho deco
ration of Jay Gould's office. This wdi
more striking from tho fact that no one
can recollect w hen that 1 (h ie was decor at
cd before. Tho front of thu office wai
beautifully draped with flign aud bunting
and In the center was a large and hand
some portrait of Mr. Blaine. Mr. Gould,
stood in the window tt the procession
passed, aud besidu him ttood Rusael Sage
Cyrus W. Field, C. p. Huntington and oth
or Wall street princet who are putting up
tho "tosp" for Blttliio. J.D.P.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBaua's, BO Ohio
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
A special term of the circuit court ot
Alexander county, in tho slate of Illinois,
tor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been thiB
day called to convene at the court house in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
lUtti, 1884, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alex H. Irvis, Cleik.
Cairo, III., Sept. 20th.. 1881.
For the Best Oysters,
go to Delhiun's, .10 Ohio levee.
On account of tho low price of flour, I
have increased the size and weight ot my
louves an 1 now offer to the public a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in tho
City. i RANK 1UUTKY
A Startling: Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Hur jo, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with ucute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gHve no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Crtughs,
ana Cuius, which had a maaical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronclnal lubes.
Trial Buttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
store. Large size f 1.00. (3)
Open Day a,nd Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio lereo.
tfucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents, per box. For sale by Barclay
Only the Best Brand of Uysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio leee. tf
An End to Done Scraping1.
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg fcr eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone 6craped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bro3. ; (5)
Look for the Red Light,
at DeBaun's 50 Ohio ltvee.
If You Dol
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you wunt a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in Tue Cairo Bui-i.tTis.
f you are failing; broken, worn out and
nervous, ue "Wells' Health Renewer." f I.
For twenty years I was a suflerer from
catarrh of the head and throat in a very ag
gravated form, end during the summer
months with Hay Fever. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Balm, and after a few
applications received decided benefit was
cured before the bottle was used. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Rough
on Rats." 15cts.
H. Krocger, of West Plains, Mo., says:
My wife had flooding last winter, and she
used one bottle of Merrell's Female Tonic
and was cured, although I had tho services
ot two doctors before. She owes her life to
Mrs. Mary Bovd. of Avon. Sl. Genevieve
Co., Mo., says, August 29th, 1883: 1 have
used Merrcll's Female Tonic during
pregnancy, and after child birth, with the
very ucst result. 1 cannot spcaK too nigti
ly of it.
If you aro losing your irip on life, try
"Wells' Health Renewer." Goes direct to
weak spots. (3)
Carter's Little Liver Pilla aro freo from
all crudo and irritation: matter. Concen
trated modicino only; very small; very easy
to take; no pain; uo gripping; no purging,
Malaria is rnnui.il l.u Tnrnlil T.tvnn
I'llea hv I : itmritintirm I limilnclin l.u In.li.
gesrion. Avoid them nil by using tho great
vegetable remedy, Allen't Bilious Physic
Ko cents. At an uruggists. 7
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldi
Hoarseness. Ilronchiiis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, W hooping Cough, In
cipient lomumption and lor the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced Btagcsof the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists.-a-Pricc, 5 Cents.
tt.i.v T V. Miii. ui .siutiou Biuei 01 1 lominK ever seen In Southern 111 nnU
m WV."8'!1 "r fi"od" on dP'e.aed mark t lor spot cah, we offer to the public T a RnlVr Ooodl
V',"6" oractiin.rt in the East at such low prices that as of our comeUtUr. cal
Our Clothinjj is NOT like other Clothinir! frUvhirVxi
in which are sold by some hounesand renrent-d FINK COTHINO. Oor
Hue of C" understand WHAT K1NE CLO'i'HlMJ MEAn" W "In .hSXgl
FOUlt- AND FIVE-BUTTONED PACK BOTH
. 1 .. . . . ... . , . . .
.r- J Vir . "'T every respect 10 iinibe.t merchant ta lor. work belnir made of thu h.l
imported fabrics, trimmed with tne beat material aud 111 perfectly Wt havR th Do,w? f,m , i,. ,J
to HU.OO a suit, our four-botloned cuta-.vav nulla
shown 1n Houthern Illluo's Our mon's ...It. from
v,, . ,lu wo uuur .1 amai. auvniice to tho iub 0 fnaklnit our nrlr. low,.. "thVI
any of our compel tor. can bur for. Onr line of Boys' and Children Clothing tt lhPUI? wJ A
had, comprising all the new makes and natterna. largest w evert
itSDon't fail to .see our Stock. R" ;,or,ment ," ige,i. oUf styu
. wma. Incorrect, ana onr price guaranteed lowest
JU. w iMUN iiiit ct SON.
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Jai)anned Berlin and Agato Ware,
Bird Cages, Batli Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affeut for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas h'toves, Detroit I
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkinff Cultivators, 1
lorn Shellers, Planter, Ftc., Etc.
Nos. 27 . &
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Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally.
ALSO CAIIR1ES TI1K LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks Valises, Sachcls, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOIt THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing dono on Short Notlco in their Lino of Business. Examine goods and pri
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E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared ta do Job I'r luting of every description from a
Dodder to a Tlirec-Shcet Poster on tho shortest notice and
in tho best stylo, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFIOE:-No. 78 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
84.00 to 15 ware better value lo, "ihii
A. .:. BUDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Diamonds, Solid Silver,
Instruments. St. Louis Prices Dnpiieated h
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Dealers in. All Kinds of
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