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THE DAILY UA1K0 BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER tJ 1884.
No. 101 Commercial & Oth,
liavc come to the front with some genuine bargains, as
the following: will attest :
Jlen's Oooa Calf Boots, - -Men's
Pais and Button London Toe,
Men's Buckle Shoes, good ones,
Misses' Scho A Shoes, well made, -Children's
Solar Tip Shoes, - -
Oar line of Ladies' Kid, Glove Top and Oil Goat Nut
ton Boots for 52.50 must lie seen to appreciated.
Railroadmen should see our Uox-toe Hoots, very
prime and cheap.
Goods marked in plain prices and one
price for all.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTT
ENTERED AT THE CAIKO TOSTOFFICK Foil
TRANSMISSION THJIOICH THE MAU.3 AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Butler is the next state' attorney.
Place your orders with Ilewett for
Oysters snd Fish. tf
Eleven thousand is a small majority,
but it is oceans when on the wring aide.
Tho boys seem to hac been a little
too previous id celebrating the victory in
Children's knee pacts a nic
at Wbitlock's Oak Hall.
Ad Atlanta literary dude is trying to
introduce the pronounciatiou "bean" for
Poor Belva! She will now dismount
from her tricycle and tike n few lesions in
Ilcwett can supply jvu with the bent
Oysters in tho city. tf
Fred Koehler has new madinery in
his sausage factory, and will b? open for
business this week.
J. II. Wallark is & fine actor, and han
dles the character, "Bin lit King" to a
Tho nicest new ti ck of youths and
school suits in the city at Wbitlock's Oak
Oo and sso the splendidly trained
horses in ths "Bandit King" tit the opera
house to-morrow evening.
The election is over, and political liter
ature will now be relegated to a back seat.
Brethren, let us return thanks.
All heart sawed and shaved cypress
shingles at Lancaster & Uico Manufactur
ing Co. for 2.50 per thousand. tf
Tom Wentworth a railroad cinpl ye at
EaBt Cairo received injuries that will prob
ably prove fatal. Ilia leg was badly
Roan Charger and Bay Haider, are the
characteristic names given to the two edu
cated horses now starring with die "Bandit
Hewett's Oyster Dep jt is on Eighth
street, one door cist of Commercial. tf
"Last night you were drinking deep,
So now your head aches. Oo to sleep;
Take some boiled cabbage when you wake,
And them's an end to your headache."
The Globe-Democrat has for sale some
fine coops of chickens, a little the worse
for wear, and too weak to crow. The
Olobo has no further use for them.
A fine and carefully selected stock of
children's suits just received at Wbitlock's
Oak nail. lit
A vote of thanks is now due to Dr.
BurcharJ, the best known orator, if not the
most eloquent, that the late campaign dc
lveoped in the late republican party.
Blaine, in his wild charge after the
presidency, traveled over 10,000 miles-
making a fool of himselt at the rate of thirty
miles an hour," as be said of Seymour,
Notice, now is the time to lay in your
winter stock of kimlling at fl.O per load;
leavo orders with Fred Thomas, next the
Uough and Ready engino house. Ct
Oicar Turner "The Ballard Outlaw"
was caught in a trcmondunus snow storm
Tuesday snowed under fifteen hundred
feet if each one of Stone's majority meas
ures a toot.
Excavations are of daily occurrence on
the battle-field of Austcrlit;., with the view
of finding certain boxM containing a mil
lion francs, taidto have been buried there
by Napoleau's general!.
For children, you will find something
handsome In plush tiimmed overcoat at
Wbitlock's Oak Hull. 3t
Oeo. Grant, iu writing his autuoiogra
pliy, says that tho things ho remembers
most vividly are tboso of his early life, and
that the Mexican war seems moro distinct
to him than the rebellion.
The Studcbaker Waron Company, of
Indiana, forced about 1,000 men In Its cm
ploy to vote for Blaine or lose their posi
tioni. No more Studebaker wagons for the
southern country. The "jig" should be up
with them and thtir wagons so far as
southern people aro concerned. -Paducah
Tho ladies of the woman's christain
temperance union will spread ono of their
fine suppers on Friday night in tho league
hall. Come one, cunio all ; supper ready at
C o'clock for 23 cents. 3t
The gold in bullion in tho Pliiladel
phia mint just now amounts to $03,000,000
in value. It is composed of gold bars, six
inches in length, three in width and one
and a half in thickness, each worth $3,000,
That great cock-eyed annex to Blaine's
hippodrome, a cross between a Mexican
burro and a saw horse, Ben Butler, can now
retire to his home in Missacnusetts and
hire a few able-bodied men to kick him all
ever the state.
"Yes," said the Vermont deacon, "I
always go down to the camp meeting, und
always coma bick -feeling good. Do you
see that magnificent horso there in the
field? Well you uusrht to have seen tho
old plu I took down."
The republic of Mexico is safe for the
present. But two editors have expressed a
desire to move in s lid phalanix in a Pull
man car, under the auspices of tho Ken
tucky Press Association, upon the capital
of our sitter republic.
The state auditor certifies the following
rates of Btate taxes for 1834: For general
state purposes, 21 cents on the $100; for
states school purposes, 14 cents on each
$100; aggregating about 33 cents on each
$100 of taxable property.
So far the ruimns from the county
show Uuity precinct 21 republican, Irvin
3 majority, Fitzgerald, 0, Butler 12; Goose
Island, 43 democratic; Lake Mliligan, 15
republican; full returns from tho county
should bo received here to day.
A Sm Francisco dentist agreed to fill
person's teeth for $17.50, but when the
work was completed charged $22 50. The
individual refused payment and the den
tist removed the filling by force. Tho pa
tient brought Buit for damages and was
awarded $217.50 and costs.
Eugenie Kinnear, child of James and
Elizabeth Kinnear, died at their home on
'enth street, between Washington and
Walnut, night before last, of membranous
croup; age 7 years and 7 months. Tho re
mains will be taken to Villa Ridge to-day
on the 12:23 train (fir interment.
It is said that a desert teasponnful of
corn meal in a goblet of water is a sure pre
ventative of chills. Dr. Mcintosh of Al
bany, Ga., says: "Three, such doses, inter
vals of an hour, hnvo been known to cure
a seemingly incurable case of this aggra
Speakers to the right of bim,
Stumpers to tho left of him,
Shouters in front of bim,
Spouted and quoted.
Deaf the Ohio man,
Gaily the gauntlet ran,
Stopped at the boodle van,
Then went and voted.
A dealer in cod liver oil in Marseilles
advertises that bis fun me caught in a safe
and quiet barber, where marine monsters
cannot enter to frighten them into diseases
of tho liver. "They live there," bo says,
"in peace and crafort; their livers are heal
thy, and' this is why my cod-liver oil is the
Mr. Robert A. Ilcwett to morrow
opens up an Oyster and Fish Market on
Eighth street between Commercial Avenuo
and Levee. Mr. Hewetthas had a largo ex
penencc in this line and will devote his entire
attention to it during the season. Tho nub
lie may feel assured that they will find Mr.
Hewett's place Htoc.iodat all times with the
best iu tho market. Wo bespeak a liberal
patronago for him.
-Lx.-First small boy. Hey, Bill,
where you bin?
Second small boy, Fishin'.
8. s. b.-IckiV.
F. s. b. (arcatically)-Got it weth je
S. . b. (promptly) -Hot Vlir boots.
Gives it to him weeping and whaling
anu Hashing of dust.
Now the man who bet on IMva Lock-
wood carrying anything or tven getting
I . I I J 1 1 lit, . .
one ottho several other candidates, will be
picked out of a crowd by tho wiury winds
witli its eye shut as he stands shivering in
his last summer's dmter, bocause he is left
without the wherewith to buy himself an
overcoat. Verily the way of the trausgrcs
nor is hard.
-The day way come when our mot r
sjiected titizi-ns may be seen buying bale
a r Instead of baled hay, says au invent
oi niri(;uein, ai isa., wno tus several in
vi-ntious relatiuir to the propulsion ot tti
eyeles by compressed air and compress
gssses. A steel cylinder three feet Ion
and eight iuches in diameter, adding but
trifle to the weight of tne machine, will pr
pel a tricycle tun or twelve miles, with
proper motor. A cylinder charged with
cheap gas with a good gas burner motor
wid propel a tricycle 50 miles.
"How much do you think New Yoik
"I'm betting $1000 to $700 she'll go 50,
"So 'in I, but I can't find any takers."
o, everyoooy Knows Cleveland go
ing to get there."
"Cleveland? The deuce you say; I mean
"Do you? That' an odd mistake, by j ive
Well, good evening."
No bet. Chicago News.
During tho services at the jail on Sun
day, in St. Louis, the minister noticed one
of the prisoners who appeared to be partic
ularly devout. At the conclusion of the
sermon the man approached the preacher
and asked: "What can a feller do to be
"Put your trust in Jeeus," replied the
"Well, I'll fix it all right with him, and
I wish you would see the judge and fix it
up with the curt," replied the prisoner,
whose mind was evidently bent on bis
The betting spirit broke loose yester
day and raged up and down the street.
(Spirits don't usually rage but this was of a
peculiar kind.) Little shavers bet Dickies
and knives and the men staked anything on
most anything, but the general result was
the favorite George Robinson, colored sa
loon-keeper, offered 1,000 dollars that
Blaine would be the next president.
Frank Gozzolo and Gus Botto took him in
out of the wet, and the money was put up.
Shortly afterward, if wo were correctly in
formed, Capt. Kimbrough and W. T.
Scott put up 500 dollars on the same terms.
The Curreut has secured for its Ciriht-
mas isue which in many respects will be
remarkable oue from Edwin Arnold,
chief among English poets of the time,
splendid poem, upon which ho has long
been engaged, and ihe completion of which
h has just announced by cable to Tho Cur
rent. It will be appropriate to the season,
and will be marked by that grace of ex
pression and that superb poetic power
which once manifested in "The Lights of
Asia," have won for Mr. Arnold so con
spicuous a place in contemporary literature,
as a laborious student, as a scholar of the
highest authority, and a poet of the rarest
During an exhibition at Kensington
Garden Sir Edwin Landseer, stopped short
before his large picture, -'A Visit to Water
loo." "I must have been mad," said he,
"when I painted that." And walking up
to the picture he placed bis hand over the
part which had attracted Lis criticism. An
attendant policeman shouted his polite
caution: "Now, then, take your 'anils off
there. "My good man," said Sir Edwin,
"I was merely remarking how bad that
was." "Then why dont you go and do be'
ter?" said the policeman, who had no idea
to whom he was spqsking, "Quite right,
quito right! I am ashamed of it!" returned
-The Park City Times tells the follow..
ing, which would have been spicier if a
ew nMint-s had been given : "A Louisville
Irummer intent upon making a 'mash' this
morning, halted a certain young businens
man ot this city with inquiries concerning
a pleasant. facod damsel the latter had just
parted with at tho street crossing. The
drummer catechised the Bowling Green-un
a little too liberally, and after the manner
of certain commercial tourists, was too pro
miscuous in his remarks. The lust the re
porter Baw of him be was gathering him
self out of the gutter where he had been
thrown by the wrathy citiaen. The pleas
ant featured dntnuel was tho w. c.'s wile.
Tho result of the election except so far
as tho head of tho ticket is concerned, In
this city, cannot bo given uutil tho official
canvass is made. Arrangements hud been
mado with tho clerk or judges of the dif
ferent wards, for tho actual vote of each
candidate, but the count was not completed
until nearly morning, leaving tveiybody
tired Bnd worn out. The returns were lock
ed in the ballot box to wait the action of
tho returning board. The only thing def
initely learned was that Blaine and Logan
carried the city by 178, and Mr. Irvin went
into tho county with 180. This practically
insures his re-election to,tho office of circuit
clerk by from 40 to 75 majority. Mr. But
ler Is probably elected Btate's attorney.
Considerable scratching was done, ami
Thomas runs behind his ticket In all the
wards. Reports from Masau county gives
Thomas' majority about 150 less than that
of two years ago. IIo curriei l'ulaakl
county by about 500.
solitary iiau-oiown nauot, or who uet on
WE'VE GOT 'EM.
Leaf by Leat tlio U,ses
All Joy is Fled! All Hope is
For Gould, Blaine, Iioodle
aEw loitK, Nov. 5, 7:21 p. m.-The
Evening Post bulletin states 1,580 districts
in state heard from outside of New York
City and lungs county show a democratic
gain ot rj,U03. J lie Herald bulletin says
listricts now being heard from continue to
show democratic gains sufficient to give
state to Cleveland. The Times says Vir
ginia is democratic by 5,000 majority.
New York is safe and Wisconsin also safe,
Democrats claim tho Btate by 10,000.
7:40 p.m. Latest information is Cleve-
and carries New York by 5,000. Connecti
cut is democratic by 1,000 maj irity.
Chicaoo Blaine still carry Hite by
from 15,000 to 20,000 majority. CtHer
Harrison goes out of Chicago with 12,000
majority and 0,000 in Cook county.
MUissippi gives Cleveland 20,008 ma
rity.. N'E'v Yohk, 8:30 p. m. -Teleyrvi s from
H.iidtrson to the World says advices Irom
all sections of the state indicate democratic
gain of 7,000. Chairman Manning telegraphs
to the World : "State sure for Cleveland."
itest fiom Hite committee i-ays .Califor
nia has gone democratic by 1,800 majority.
Mich'gan still in dobbt but probably gone
ini"cratic. New York state c.Uimed bv
n than 5,000. Latest betting at the
Hoffman House, a million against six thous
and dollars that Cleveland wins on general
result barring the west. The Tribune is
not displaying any bulletin.
9 p. in. Returns coming in slowly. New
York and Indiaua sochibe that the result
can only be reached by official count. Dem
ocrats claim New Yoik state by 4,710 plu
rality. 9:30 p. m. Latest from Michigan giv s
heavy deim cratic gaius and shows the
state is gone for Clevlud. R -ports from
Indiana Bay that Gray, democratic candi
date for governor, is elected by small maj
ority, and that th.i state ulso gone for
j Cleveland, while the republicans assure
I their friends that it has gone for Blaine.
The New York Herald says there art
heavy democratic gains in Michigan and
the state is considered sure for Cleveland,
while the republicans concede Wisconsin
Albany, N. Y. -Complete. Blaine 340
plurality, a democratic gain of 300 over
Wilmington, Delaware.-Tho democrat
ic majority in this state is 3,500, a demo
cratic gain of 2,500 over 1880. Loveem
ocratic, ii re-elected to congress. He ran
ahead of bis ticket considerably.
Rochester, New York. Latest returns
show that statu Is democratic by Icps than
5,000. On first congressional district, Qofl",
republican, defeated Brannon, democrat, by
about 300. All other congressmen elected
Boston. With one district to hear from
the state senate stands republican 33, dem
ocratic 7; with 31 districts to hear from the
houso Btands republican 13, democratic
53, independent 3.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Corrected figures
make Cleveland's plurality in Kings county
Coi i'Mtius, O. Chairman Ogelvie claims
election Biaino certain Buys Now York
and Indiana gone republican without
Al.nANV, N. Y. County complete.
Cleveland 781 plurality. A telegram re
ceived by Chairman Manning says Dela
ware county gives Biaino about 000 plural
ity. Richmond county gives Cleveland
Buffalo, N. Y. Erie county complete.
Blaine 20,244, Cleveland 21,757, Butler
240, St. John G13.
Detroit. Mich. 0:30 p. m. Returns
from 453 precincts. One-third ol state
show a net democratic gain ot 5,000. This
Indicates that state will givo democratic
majority of 10,000.
New York, Nov. 5, It p. tn. Demo
crats claim election news favoring Cleveland
In purposely delayed. Democrats claim the
state by 4,000 plurality and say
those figures cannot bo furth
or reduced. Tho republicans still
claim New York and Indiana. The
World bulletin says the republicans are bc
coming alarmed and have scut for Blaine
Ml i!?..?.h.":'n l,'.e ' and b.tfetrtd (. of flolhlliu o.or hu.iB Ii. S,i!l.er.. 'lllnnl.
. .. .... 1 . . ""r ""turn on a (ii'ii. u-ti d mailt I
Our Clotliinir is NOT like other Clothing
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hn.titlrandcu bv rm at. ,h. ,,,.,1....,....,
lino nf -...-.....
FOUR- AND FIVE-BUHOXKl) SACK SUITS
I.. Ji.ki it .uli. uu-Tour-but i ned cut vvaV .1 .
SESHton't fail to ee our Stock. r;(:ir. "0.rA:;,r.?,t .'.H0. u:K"t-.
JU. WKKjtfKIi ct SON.
WM . M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EASG KS, -:- TIN,
Japanned .Berlin and A Rate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
A?ent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Move, Detroit
afe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 &
to come to New York to offset what looks
to be overwhelming defeat.
San Fha.ncI'CO, Cal , 12 p. iu. Returns
from 280 precinc.s and wards in 44
counties gives Blaine 20,020, Cleveland
21,830 against Oirfleld's 21,074, Han
Latest 12:1") a. m. The N-w York
nationl democratic committee savs New
York 5,000 uvijority for Cleveland; New
Jersey sure enough; Connecticut 1,000 ma
jority, and Indiana anafe majority.
We are requested to publish the fol
lowing circular and do s for the benefit of
our fur.ner friend;:
Cojincv, III., November 3, 1884.
To whom it may concern :
Prof. Buird, United State Fish Commis
sioner, U'lves U9 the assurance that the iu li
Cations are that all who desire Carp can be
supplied this season.
The distribution will probably take
plane some time this month.
All who have ponds and deaire to stock
them with Carp, und have not applied,
should send their application at once, stat
ing size of pond, locality, nearest express of
fice and piiat ofliccj
Wo will advise ad applications by mail
previous to shipment.
Send application to
Secretary Board of Fish Commissioners,
Speaking of the opening of tho quail
season in California, the fc?an Francisco
Bulletin says: "They are now so abundant
that they throng the roadway. While re
wards are offered by farmers in southern
counties for killing this bird, which de
stroys much urain, the Aimed and Contra
Costra farmers say tho quail is useful to
them. It attacks their (?rain only as a last
resort, snd chiefly subsists upon insects.
Their destruction of ants la of incalculable
importance The quail's greatest foe is the
wildcat. The latter animal is prolific in
the counties named. A quail nesting will
cover 15 to 20 eifga, anil m arly every eirg
will hatch. They nest once a year, and
during such periods the mule is a most
pugnacious defender of the mother and
ynunir. A man may almost strike him
with a club. The wily wildcat, as largo as
four ordinary cats, will stretch himself out
and put out his tongue; tho male quail will
approach and peck If, whereat the eat
i sii7.es his toothsome prey.
lo Mint , .h. u iv. , i . ., i,i.
oii or (ioud
utu iuw ir.to ibul nun i f oa: cjiivulil id iiu
v'u do tint hind' nnjr (if
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n'..?V V-V .. ':. ""': """! by the
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are qowIdk ft
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A. .:. JBTJDER,
Gold, Diamond, Solid Silver,
PL A T H D-AV A K IE.
StT MnMciil Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
- - - CAIRO, ILL-
LViR SALE -U'i lnro cannon lo. Apply at
I- Tue Hull tin i fllce.
VOH SALE Hard"Ck Jump-m-at furrcv. lint i
L t '" new, good Jul), fur 1M. Iuqulrv of K
Hsydix-k fhai'ton. ni-w. lit price
1 f -"i. for $rji.
l'iquiru or K. A. nimieii, uunu-
t'ult 8U.B. Two cotton o 2tti Uriel n-ar
Poplar, snd (iDecmiaj 04 Pup r abovo iixh
tri'ut, at a I'araln.
tf M ). 110WI.Br, H al KutyB Agi'iit.
L'OK HAI.E Ja1 and two boares on southwest
I rurucr 'Till ft., ami L'uimuurrlal avunilif. runt tor
tlAa in j tti
Atwlv to I. O'Connor, Anna, III..
or to M,
J. IIOWKV, Real E-tsto Agent.
I? It R.KMT It "Mimca property of Col. J- 8-I-
It don on Kiflee'iu mretil. Hons i contains
tun room, bis all lufdod couv nltncos and is In
rood comlil'oo Kimnally.
M.J. tlOW'LHY, Itnal Ktat Agent.
To rent, corner of Wati
Ave ami E uvunili St. Mrs. KMtltKLL:
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only l'oitlvoly.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7.
Production of . .
N. W A LUCK'S
l'lCarcrqu", Romantic, Mulo Drama -the Now
Introducing tho Famous Acting Horses,
tho Most Wonderful Animal Actors on Earlb.
Great Sensational Etfecfs!
franiporled lo Special Railroad Cars.
J. . WALLlC A CO.,
Proprietors and Managers,
.lARK DAVIS. Gouoral Aont.
fWArimlsslon, 50 and 7S cunt". Gallery, SB
Cunts, beats secured it Bndur's.
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