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No. 101 Commercial & Oth,
Are still Uio leaders in well made boots
and shoes at low prices. We have in
stock some of the best makes of shoes,
besides many solid bargains. Have just
received a full line of Children's and
Jlisses' Spring Heel Shoe in oil grain,
oil goat and prime kid.
.Men's Good Calf Boots, - - $2.50
Men's Ms and Button London Too, 2.00
Men's Buckle Shoes, good ones, - 1.50
Misses' Scho 1 Shoes, well made, - 1.25
Children's Button Shoes, I) to 10i - 1.00
fcTDou't forget our Si'. 50 Kid and Oil
for Ladies. They 11 re the Bos.
OTEESTOCKED MARKET !
ar Reliable Cash
DEY GOODS HOUSE
leader of Low Prices
Owing to overstocked market many eastern manufacturers
and importers have been compelled to dispose of their stocks
at a loss. We have secured a great many desirable lines of
seasonable merchandise at great reductions for cash from
ruling prices. I hese goods aru now arriving, and shall, dur
ing this week and next, oiler some of the most extraordinary
bargains ever offered over a counter in this city. Our friends
will tind us ever on the alert to protect their interest an 1
give them the very best value for their money to be h id in
JSTWft offer this week ajrreat bargain in nil Silk Colore! Velvet llihhotn at.
5,10and 16c per yarl, just half valuo. Y rite m for samples of our great bar
gains in Klaek ami Coloted Silks at 60, 75c. nud 11.00.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Ul'FIClAL papeu op alexanukk county
KNTKKED AT TUB CAIHO TO.STOKKICK Foil
TRANSMISSION TllKoUUH THK MAtt.H KT
8KCOND CLASS UATKS.
(tENERAL LOCAL ITEM::
-Republicans By Tain iny, we're best.
A. lady copyist desirc9 a position; ap
ply at this office It
A colored pretcher wis shot an J killcl
In Charleston, Mo., Thursilsy ni'lit by a
man named Danforth.
The tide is turning,
tints at A. Mix.
IUif your Derby
An exchinjrc 8'iys: "Lizzie May Ul
mer hoi Is tlie keys to the n itcs of laughter
and the portils of pHthos.'1
Jdo. Doe was arrested for pulilfc in
decency. He resisted, but wis taken all
the same to thu calaboose.
Silk and cassimcre plug hats made to
order at A. Matx's,Gl Ohio levee. St
Dr. Iiuiclmrd beat Blum badly by be
in? a little too previous So think the
bread an J butter brigade.
L. E. Falconer, of St. LmU, bus
bought out the undertaking business of V.
0. Cary. His card appears in another
Diver and Armor of Capt. Hiram
Hill's can be secured by applying to Major
E l. Halliday on wharf bout No. 2. tf
WANTKD-Immediately at this offkc a
man to solicit advertisements for a book on
commission. Lots of money rati be intide
by the right turn.
The Bulletin's Annuil will bo lued
about the 1st of December and serve as a
fino holiday alvertising medium. From
1,500 to 2,000 will be circulated.
Still they aro coming all fchapes of
Stetson hats at A. Marx's, 61 Ohio levee. 0
Just received at Njw Yoik tttoro two
cars New York Sttto Apples and Potatoes,
finest in the market, at lowest prices. Tel
ephone us for pticf. New Yoik Store. 10
Tint Bulletin's Annual will be the
best advertising medium, in its line, that
the business meo of this city cau patronize
Since It Is a work that will be consulted
dslly by nearly all tho ftmilics in Cairo
an i Alexander couaty.
A. Man Is tho ouly merchant In
southern Illinois who has a hut confirniator
to make any sty le of hat to order. nt
At our great caster contemporary,
James Gordon Runner, hopped into tho
Palace hotel coach the other day, after his
brief sojourn hero of forty-eight hours, a
gentleman said to a porter who had brought
(J oat Shoes
lor Reliable Goods!
down "Jim's" mifchcl: ''So tint's the boss
journnlist, is it?" "Journulihl?" replied
thu porter, with yrcit contempt; lie's no
journalist; he's a perfect p'titlemiin. lie
gave inc five dollnrs.'' San Francisco Post.
Judge Comings court. The only bus
iness transacted was one plain white
drunk, fine $1 and trimmings. Tho de
fendant, not having the nccsssry funds,
was tent to the city lock-up four days.
From this date there will be three
passenger trains daily on the Cairo and St.
Louis narrow-guas,'e railroad fur St. Louis,
leaving here as follows: 10:15 a. in. an
commutation, 2:13 p. m. and night express
10:30 p. m. W. F. Lambdin is passerges
The St. Imis aud Cairo Hiilroad is a
Paying instiution. Its annuil report to
the Railroad and Warehouse Commission
ers shows thu Hino'int paid employes to be
1221,479 00; total receipts $354,749.50, of
which $120,520 04 is from freight; total op
crating expenses mid taxes, $281,479.09;
not income, $7fl,2G9 21.
Last night the young dein icracy of Cairo
were out in force to celebrate the victory of
ueuini and Hendricks over the combin
ed power and machinations of the combin
ed monopolies nnd rascalities of republican
inn. The band was well supplied with B
flat horns and tho tunes were of the most
txlnlirating kind and eminently patriotic.
It is related that a certain German
mauien once presided nt a mineral water
fountain, at which there were only two
Kiinis oi nyrup vanilla and lemon. To
her eiimo a young man, who said, "I want
uglHuaot soda without syrup." "Ja," re
plied Kutnna, "limit vot kind of syrup you
vain mm iiiiinut mitout Vanilla or imtout
einon?" Albany Argus.
--The project of erecting a handsome
marble shaft above tho grave of Artemus
Ward by popular dinio subscriptions is one
that ought to bo promptly nnd generous
y assiBlod. There nro few people in this
country who aro not indebte 1 to him for ut
leaot a dime's worth of enj lynient, and that
is moio than can bu Baid of most men who
havo monuments cree'ed to Hignalizo and
perpetuate their services to the world.
-Tho devil has written another poem
under tho handful influences of thu Asho-
clato Press Gould-Tribuno dispatches, com
mencing Y ilcmocrutlo ilnj Is ilenl
Y fox will bavt his way,
Yo dmniicritlo faoslor want i
't o crow-'-iome otlo-r dnr."
But the dog Is not so dead as ho might be
in fact is entirely t.io lively for the re
publican fox, Hn I tho pwm Is suppressed.
Tho young democrat of the city were
out on a Brand parade and torchlight pro
cession last night, In honor of the grand
(JAlltO lUJLLimN: SUNDAY MOUNlNtf, NOVEMBER 9, 1884.
and glorious victory of tho people over un
opposition that has at no time within fif
teen years represented a majority of the
people, but who denuded upon the cor
rupt, use of money to keep them in as the
musters, and not us tho servants of the peo
ple. Their rule is now at hd end, and the
gaU iot young democracy of the country
will see that there shall bo no return ot tho
vaiuprHhcd treasury ra's and star route
thi s t,r a generation to come.
A Presbyterian doctor of divinity once
said to mo at a general assembly: "You
ni-wi-paper nitu must have queer views of
things. You aro always looking on and
never taking part. Your knowledge and
habits of thought must be very circunifer
enti il and superllcal. I suppose iiowyoiir
Pb a of he day of judgment is that you
will havo a tablo tl at one side and report
the proceedings for tho morning paper.
St. Paul Pioueer-Press.
-The new day, "Dad's Girl," to be pre
sented at the opera iiouso Thuihd .y even
ing deserves especial nttention, ns it is en
tirely new, and deals with at-eries of scenes
and incidents not at all common to the
stage. A neat pamphlet issued by the man
agement gives the arrangement of the play,
and can bo had upon application at liudcr's.
Miss Ulmer appeared hero last winter in
"The D.tnitep," and made such an impres
sion as cannot but rebound to her nicct t-s
this year. She has won her present Evin
cible position in the profest-ion through
hard work, solid merit and a sinceru love
(or her profession. She is modest, untiring
and pos-e-sed of a degree of magnetism
which never fails to win an audience.
The following is tho telegram sent la.-t
night by the democratic club to Chairman
Barnum, in response to tis request:
Caiuo, III., Nov. 8th, 1831.
W. H. liirnum. Chairman Nailnnal Democratic
CaiiimittCi). .No. 11 West ilth St., Xuw Yoik:
Wo the undersigned, in body assembled
pursuant bo your address of the 7tli inst.,
do hereby adopt the following resolutions:
U s lived, That the issue of "Manhood
and Honesty versus Fraud and Corruption
is settled beyond all doubt, Or ivi.r Cleve
land and Thoms A. Hendricks are eh-ct'-d
pit'Voluit aod vice-president, despite the
machinations and '.-of.p" of the republican
We must dam! our grouud anil seat them ;
no concessions r modifications; not the
slightest chance to count us out and repeat
the glaiir.g fraud of '70.
Democratic Cu m.
Finding ouis 'lf in the vicinity of th'j
Cairo Cot'on Seed Oil Works -we thought
it a good opportunity to see such an estab
lishment in full operation. Mr. Davis in
formed us that the works had been run
ning for some two weeks both night and
day with plenty of raw material on hand
and to arrive to keep at work lor a longer
seasou than ever before. We were also
shown through the factory everything was
workiug nicely and with a full set of
hands. The machinery is all ne.v, and of
the heaviest and best style for effective
work. The oil made seems rich and heavy
enough to calm the political waters during
a presidential canvass. Cairo is undoubt
edly the best location for an oil factory or
any other foi that matter in the western
country; and when her advantages shall bo
tjiu to bo better kn iwn will certainly be
come one of the great industri d centres of
the gieat Mississippi Valley.
-William E. Bobiinon, an educated
young Irishman, who was the Washington
correspondent of the New York Tribune in
the spring of 1840, wrote over the tigna
ture of "Persimmon" a sketch of Itepreson-
tativo Sawyer, ol Ohio, in which bo said:
"Kvery day about 2 o'clock ho feeds. About
that hour he is pcen leaving his seat and
taking a position in the window, back of
tho speaker's chair, to the left. Ho un
folds a greasy paper in which is contained a
chunk of bread and sausage, or some unctu
ous substance. This he disposes of quite
rapidly, wipes his hands with the greasy
paper for a napkin, and then throws it out
of the window. What Irtle grease is left
on his hands ho wipes on his almost bald
head, which saves an outlay for pomatum.
His mouth sometimes serves as a linger-
glass, his coat sleeves and pantaloons being
called into requisition as a nankin. He
uses a j ickknife for a toothpick, and then
ho goes on the floor again, and abuses the
whigs as the British puty, and claims the
whole of Oregon ns necessary for the spread
of civilizition. I believe ho joes, like
Chipman, against all thu seductive artists
of education." Mr. Siwyer, on bringing
this to the notice of the house, distinctly
admitted that it was true, and bal Mr.
Hobinsou excluded from tho further oc
cupatiou of his repntei's scat on the floor
of the hou-e. Ho was afterwards known
as "Sausage Sawyer."
Mus. Bowiiu: -Allow me to express to
you my heartfelt congratulation, this, tho
second anniversary of your happy married
felicity, with Mr. Chas. Ilower your worthy
t 'I'l... I.. Ok - ... '
milium i. I iiu nun in your nilirriSUO 1HS
been for you a lovely little girl, which I
trust may live to make your home radiant
ns the noon day sun. May she grow Into
lively womanhood nnd acquirn accom
plishments that will prove a pride to you
nnd your worthy hi'sbuud all through life.
This treasure I hope may n rva to bind
you and your husband in bonds of love
until the finger ot tune points your dis
tances to a homo bright nnd fair beyond
tho Bklea in that celestial abode with the
great redeemer, where the euro and tribu
lations of life will ever be unknown. This
Is tho feeble sentiments of your true friend
who extends so heartily theno lines of con
gMtuUtioni on your Bocond anniversary of
married bliss. X.
The Vote nf Alexander Coun
ty and City of Cairo.
Below v e give a tabulated statement of
the vote i ii Tuesday last in the five wards
of the city of Cairo, from which it appears
that a total v .tu of 2025 was cast for prs-
idcit, of which Blaine received 1100 or a
mnj iiity of 192, tho largest ever given in
N Mi.S or
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Knr HiuU's Atl'y
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The total vote f lh" d unty und city tor
ifcsident and vice president was ill (jo, of
which Blaine received a pluralry i f y.'M.
Ogle.-bj's niij 'rity in the county is 315,
Jno. H. Tin mas' 300, Haitwell's 20J.
District Attorney Butler's in j rity in the
county is 1S1.
Irving for chrk cariied the painty b; 11,
Fitzgerald for coroner l.v 1124, state seoatoi
For the nse:ub!y--Lintgar
Tiie vote for lieutenant-governor and the
several state otlicers being about the same
as the he oi d' tlie f:'.; t is not ivcn. As
in nil other el cli"ti-, tin re may b'j sonic
sliL'htiy disipp i j t id wiii the r'.-nir.
The rei ll; i( an national ro-i.n i!!. e in
their disappointment mi I fh.igrin at lo ing
the r i.:e are determined lo keep the ques
tion open i;s long as pos.-ible by charging
fraud in counting the vote, in i rdT to gain
time to corsi.ler whatcour.se they ha) bet
There is not the slightest probability
that with all the arrangements for receiving
and counting the vote by both pirties and
thttleading newspaper, that any seiious
eiror in the counting could have occurred,
or that any frau 1 would not havj been at
once detected, and iittentiou diree'ed to it,
on the tir.Tt or second day hfter the election
at f irth -rest. The whde thing seems to
be an afterthought, coming as it d es sev
eral days after the te-uit had been announ
ced ; after lea ling republicans everywhere
had arquiesced in the result and the an
nouncemcent of Cleveland's plurality.
Of Course wo only desire that riolit shall
prevail. If Blaine had been or has been
honestly elected, and entitled to the ollic?
of president, no honorable and ftir minded
democrat would do otherwise than accept
the hiiuation as gracefully as possible; nnd
on the other hand every frueh one feels that
ho is b mud to resist any unfair attempts to
deprive the party of the fruits of u 1 airly
If the democracy are nt a disadvantage
by adhering to the principles of justice and
telling the ttuth under every circumstance,
it is so much tin worse for the country. It
is to be hoped that partisan zeal may never
lead us into the mistake of defending er
ror or frauds of any kind whatever.
Another Journalistic Fable.
A farmer who Felt in his Heart that this
was a cold World and that no one cared for
him or his, Mechanically slipped a goose
E'.'g into his coat tail pocket and betook
himself to tho Village and office of the Ga
zette, where he produced the Egg and
swore by the Horn Spoon tout it was laid
by a Pullet, The Astonished and Delight
ed Edit' r sent out lor a Bed-cord to Meas
ure the lenulh and diameter of the Egir,
presented tho fanner with a Year's Sub
scription, nnd took voluminous Notes with
a pencil. The next issue of tho Gazetto
contained a full and Thrilling Description
of the Egg, nud tho Pullet, and Wound up
by saying that Farmer Johnson was Hon
est, Upriyht , Enterprising and Progres-ive,
and that he had tho Loveliest Family, tho
best Farm, nnd the Fnttci-t live Stock of
any Agriculturist in tho Slate. All of
which so Tickled tho Fnimer that he car
ried a Grin until tho Weather wore the
Enamel off Ins front Teeth, and ho had no
Trouble in Marrying off bis Daughters,
Selling off his old Hay, and Ge'ting Elect
id for Supervisor.
If you Can't get Hold of a Goose Egg, a
Pumpkin, Squash or Peck ol Turnips will
answer Just as well. Detroit Free Press.
Dim). Mrs. Win. Knd ill, widow of the
bite Win. Kendall, of tins city, aged Cfijat 5
o ciock p. m., iNOV. 7.
Funeral services nt t!u In use to day
(Sunday) nt 1 :110 p. in. Funeral train will
leave Thirty-fourth street nt 2:!K) p.m.,
for Villa Hidge. Friends of the family aro
Invited to attend.
HiivOel n,o l"rl!":, 'V "f letho1irf ..T....!alaS.M.ll1.lrntim,n.
c" inien, 't' . " "' "",c""ur" 1,1 ,llu t""' ' low ,.r!e liiut im;.e !r oar cuiO,H.-l.l,,r- "ui,
Uur ( lot him: isrsOi like otliur Clo'Iiii: -r
un wiiit h nr.' s ly -une' lu.u i . hu.I rviirvHi-i t
ih ki run .rui.n e i D a t rl ilut un iirstauO W II
FOUli- AND FlVK-KD'JTOXril SACK SUITS
for line, tnel.- Ilia' tirr ciml iiev.ryrr Itoth s ..'ltV,t minr-unri .,K nitdc f.f tb h.t
MtM.otUMili .eirreir-haitomdcaM-vny ,,,0. . Kkm , ,1 . r- lr rl. r l oirVjo S.voi
'".."" Me.t n li'h.os. liar m n,oi lr.,m l.o. to f r, rr b n.rv.lae I ,r ll" ,Z , h.
iil.V s.milar ence-l ...,. I. ..I other .tore.. Ah oi,,a ,, t,, u rv lur", f L " ' ,hn"."
" !"ir.,,i,;r.?,,.".iv ,,r' (r,r !M,M,f " " wt 1 1 m,, . ,V IV,' t5",D
hud, coinpririin; i ll die. m w nuk. sanrl atlr rnr
ou't fail to ce our Stock.
.M. WKUNKU HON.
SI MSG I A L,
r. . t
STOVES, -:- KASG US, -:- TIN,
Binl Caies, I'iitli Tubs, Waler
A sent for Adiiuis & Westlake Oil. fiasoline and (ins tovee, Iietroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Flows, Chilled Flows, Walkins Cultivators,
Coin Shellers, flanters, I'.tc, Kte.
Nos. 27 &
TKl.KI'ltOXK NO. :JO.
Into wind htri n' relief lloit td iiu in thu
lle uhlicim ci'iivention ht Chicfyo is csxt
hv the lilit of the election new of to-day
The re of lac'.'? nil njituriied tords
the firm of (Ic'iru Willi on Curtin, htind
in; (vilm nid inipertur ilili! mi ll.c l.nck of
hie chuir, wiiitini; with one dim extended
tovrd.t the clniiunn, uut I In; could nuke
himself hear I on the j : i . h t i o 1 1 of liindiiifr
tho conv ntioii to the Mippoit of Uluine, i:s
prospective nominei'. Vint (i picture he
miide us lie htood there declaring his enr
nt.'ht protect for ni'inhood und honesty! And
how much weightier th'iti tin)iin drenmed
were llnwe words of hi which sink so deep
int ) the memories of nil who heard them
"A rtpuhliciiii and u free mun, Mr. Clmir
mun und uontleincn. I cimie into thin con
vention, nnd k repuhlicitii nnd u free linn I
will leiivo ill" There were not iniiny
words, put they were prei'inint. And whit
n lefHon they contain ! a Iohoii thnt the
experience of lunt few mniitliH, the last
few d iys, ouylit to Invu hnnded into the
conscience of the repuhlicr.n jmrty. It In
the h'Ksnn (hut honest conviction and the
hoiicNt indepeinlenru, to net liravely on con
viction, though finding exproHnion hut from
one nun, 'are the hiiiyo on which turn ureal
eventstlint t!io foico of Independence,
thouh hut one mun n'm it the Impetus,
grow n It nioveH, until it becomes at laid
K power iiiihller thiin tho hnrnesHed wills
of thouHiinils of purty hIuvc. The ncien
tistBRiiy tlnit no fotce la hmt in tho universe
that a slnulo Btep, thniioh we limy not
perceive It, hhnkcs thu yloho on which It
fulls with sin h (eeinin sinull client. Wo
know now thnt not a motion of Mr. Curtis'
arm In gesture, not a leveHieintion of tho
air whlclr bore tho sound of his voice to
tho unwlllinu; ears about him wis lost from
tho forces which move tho world. Tho
scene win linprcstdve ns it was witnessed.
It becomes tmhliii.o now as it In looked
buck t ) throiiu'h the perspective of the cam
piln. Mr, Curtis nmy he a mugwump,
but It is after nil the muuinpi who make
tho history. 'Chronicle.
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II m I' ti v lia f rriili- C'l lh.
i i.k 1M i i i,(r 11 1 (j
A T i ,N i. i L'jl IllMi UK S s
Un- eiio.l. (Itu nH(i, ,y llU
" are n, in j t, i t
lr(eKt wo icr
f "r amrtmci.t l the lar(f,.t. Our Myln
( t"crii'Ct, sua our jirlccs yuarsiitced Iowt.
(lolil, Diiimoiids, Solid Silver,
V ia A. T 1: D-W A II It.
l-tf' Musical InstiUinieiit.x. St. I.otiis Prices I tiplicated.
- - - CAIRO, ILL-
and Aato Aruro,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
W'ANTKD- li"il white ir'r; tn cook nl rtutfec
em' bmiciwiirk fur nimil fumlly. Unod wanes
ntnls iiernmiiie t Ittitm for llno cla-s '"ii. A-l-ly
Kt I.. 1, Hh)I",v reinilerice, on Wnlilri!toit
iV' iitio, bu;o I'ourlti S'.iu I. tit
LVMt SAI.R -0 io l'ire cuunon stnve.
i Tiiu ll'ilbllu i iTi -u.
L'OH SLK-llyil .rk Jmnp-n-st run
1 $;IV new, Koil Jnii, lor 115). Iu(
mrr"V. Ilt irlco
o ire of h A.
V tu SAI.K. llHvdni k I'livtiin, rn-w. Iit nrlco
T .hi. fur llJ '.-lniiuire of K. A. Uurm-tt, Unlit-
111 Dltli f..
PoH 8 ,K.-Two cutlsuos oi iMh trect n'sr
t I'oplur, ninl tine collHit'j on T ijilsr sleivo i!Mb
ttlr''l, st s loirisln.
tf M .1, llDWMiY.lt ) Kmnia Atfont.
tf It U N r-ll '. leneu property nICol. Jt. H.
I li'n ilo i on FtfU'imt'i sirtuM. Miniso conlslns
ii'ii roinii. In nil uoi'tluil con v. nU'iicua hikI is in
COO'I coinlioon nioiM-iOiy.
M. ,1. duWt.liY, lieul Rtsio Aont.
PL'llN'ISlirC!) ltf)ols T' rrDt, cornr of Wtmh
T nu;t) , Avtisn'l li uvonlh St. Mr. V KKKLt.:
(JAIR0 0PEKA HOUSE.
Oio Nltflit Only.
THURSDAY, NOV. 13.
KiMiU'i'iiii'iit of thu I'nlvurriil Knv 'rite,
Lizzie May Ulmer!
sinl flr-t proeucilon nt tins thestra f tlie Now
Kni(lsiiil Doinenllo t'onmily. lirsniti written
('Xii.e.xly for Minn V liner by Mr. K, J,
A Tiny or the Times!
Full of stronjr Situations!
I'll 10 In Sentiment!
Klcti in lltunor!
and Crlnp in Dialog-tie !
! Mr. J ihu J, llrsliniiit
I TAtlm1s.iin 5i sinl 75c ; Ksllery Uc !
lurvuil svnts ut llutlur's,