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ST. LOUIS SHOE
No. 101 Oommercial 6c 6th,
Are still the 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 fall line of Children's and
Misses' Spring Heel Shoes in oil grain,
oil goat and prime kid.
Men's Good Calf Boots, - $2.r0
Men's Bals and Button London Toe, 2.00
Men's Buckle Shoes, good ones, - 1.50
Misses' School Shoes, well made. - 1.2a
Children's Button Shoes, 8 to lOi - 1.00
BTDon't forget our $2.60 Kid and Oil
for Ladies. They are the Boss.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICIAL PAPflR OF ALEXANDER COUNTT
ENTERED AT THB CAIRO POBTOFFIOE FOR
TRANSMISSION THROUGH THB HAILS AT
SECOKD CLASS RATES.
WANTED Ladle and Gent'eni"n In city or
conn y t take light work nt their own homes,
$3 to 14 a day easily made: work aetit by mail; no
canyassing. Yvenavegooo. aemsna lorou-wora
and lurntsn st-a y employment. Address, with
stamp, CKOWN MFG. COMPANY, M Vtn 8t.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.- 11-11-lm
WANTED. Situation ny a yonng lady as clerk
or to writs In anofflce Baslnei'S men in
need of a good reliable clerk will confer a favor by
addressing thia office.
FOR BALE -One larfe cannon itove. Apply at
Ttaa Bnllutln office.
FOR SALE Haydnck Jnmp-aeat inrrey. list price
$J45, new, gU Job, (or $150. Inquire of K. A.
F OK SALE. Daydock Phaeton, new, list price
fV), for 12j.-Inqaire of E. A. Burnett, Bulla
FOR 8 ALB. Two cottaues on 2Mh street near
Poplar, and onecnttago on Poplar above 25 lb
street, at a bargain,
tl M. J. HOWLEY, Real Estate Agent.
F'R RUNT R'lddence property of Col. Jas. 8.
Rea den on Fifleoatl street. Honse contains
tea rooms, has all needed conveniences and is in
good condition gene-ally
M. J. aoWLKY, Real Estate Agent.
FURNI8I1ED ROO.VIS-To rent, corner of Wssh
ingto . Ave and Eleventh St. 'r. F KKKLL-
Grand Jubilee Lunch!
The Walter calf, filled with the choicest
of Bower's Diamond Brand Oysters, will bo
served at the Bowery, Eighth street, to
night (November 19th), after the proces
sion. Remember the snuud of the gong.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Diver and Armor of Capt. Hiram
Hill's can be secured by applying to Major
Ed. Halliday on wharf boat No. 2. tf
The circuit court is in session and was
yesterday taken up with the suit for di
Tores, Mrs. L. Williamson v. Samuel Wil
AU neart Baweu ana stiaveii cypress
shingles at Lancaster & -Rice Manufactur
iag Co. for $3.50 per thousand. tf
(irouoa nas ouen uroKun tor a new
dwelling house on Eihtb street back of
Barclay's perscription drug Btore. Jno. A.
Poore has the conUact.
Wanted. 20 pounds largo clean cot
tonragsat The Bulletin office; 0 cents
per pound will bo paid fur selected stock. 2
At 3 o'clock this morning flro destroy
ed Wm. Ludwig's Harness and Trunk store
making a clean sweep between Coffee &
Broei and John Gates Building.
Just received at New York store two
cars New York State Apples and Potatoes,
finest in the market, at lowest prices. Tel
ephone us for price. New York Store. 10
Tim Zouave cadets with I. W. Baird's
mammoth minstrels are under the personal
direction of Major Gorman, the distinguish
ed Instructor of the lato prince Imperial.
Jason Farrar, traveler for J. C. Ayor &
Co., Lowell, Man., was in Cairo yesterday,
renewing advertising contracts and attend
ing to other business of that great medic
The "cheerful workers" of the Baptist
church will give an oyster supper at Iiri-
tol's ball, Eighth street, Thursday evening,
Nor. 20. Supper ready at 6 o clock. Ad
mission, including supper, 33 cents. 3t
Oor, Jarris, of North Carolina, believts
thit the colored republican vote of the
oath will go to pieces u soon ts the work
THE DAILY OAIEO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1&84.
togs of the national administration under
Cleveland develops the fact that the rights
of the freedmen are as sacred under demo
cratic rule as under that of republicans.
A man of Portland, Oregon, obtained a
divorce from his wife because she pulled
him out of bed three times by the whiskers.
Served him rijzht. He had no business to
At the regular meeting of the Arab
fire company last Monday night it was de
cided that the company would give a New
Year's ball on New Year's eve, the net pro
ceeds to be devoted to the purchase of new
If thero is a man in this city with a
few hundred, dollars capital that wants to
open an office and prosecute a paying
businesp, let him address tho Illinois Gas
Saving Company 110 Randolph, street,
Chicago, 111. 0t
The telephone has been introduced in
New Zealand, Van Da-men's Land, Borneo
and Formosa. In Borneo tho natives call
it the "hell talker," and that exactly ex
presses our opinion of the telephone in The
Fred M. Elkin, representing Chas. O.
Ebcl & Co., directory publishers, is in the
city for the purpose of getting out a direc
tory of Cairo. The work will be commenc
ed immediately and prosecuted with vior
to a satisfactory completion.
Mr. Thomas Porter, an old Cairolte, is
lying very sick at bis homo on Poplar
near Twenty-first street. He has been
confined to bis bed over six weeks. He
would esteem it a great favor if his old
friends would call to see him.
Some one is attempting to fix the vote
of Lincoln county, Oregon, and at last ac
counts forty armed men were guirding the
court housp, and would not permit the rec
ords to be removed until tho alleged frauds
are Investigated. Trouble is feared.
The mon are all right, but we want once
more to caution tho boys to sit down hard
on any of their number who show any in
clination towards hoodlumism, that they
may have nothing to regret in remember
ing this great day of democratic rejoicing.
The gun used at Columbus, Ky., to
celobrate the Cleveland victory was ono of
a number of 64 pounders dumped in the
river when tho southern army evacuated
the place over twenty years ago. This gun
was only recently fished out; the oth
ers Btill repose in their little bed at tho bot
tom of the river.
The compositor divided Judgo Yocum
up a little- too much in making him repre
sent two different lodges of Odd Fellows at
tho samo time. Judgo Comings name
should have been dropped in the lino in
stead of from it. lie is representative of
Safford lodge No 04.
Tho boy, killed at Tho Halliday Mon
day night, was one of tho best boys in the
house. His mother is a widow, and this
was her only child. Thero wa9 only two
children brother and sister. Tho Bister,
it will be remembered, was drowned in tho
sipe-water last spring.
Brer Medil says wo are "a fanatic."
What is a fanaticl Worcester's unabridged
says "a fanatic" is ono who hates public
liars and robberB with exceeding bato."
Webster however describes a fanatic to be,
"First in war, first in peace and first in the
hearts of his countrymen." Courier Jour
"Adamless Eden" at the opera house
Saturday night is the latest announcement.
The troupe is composed entirely of ladies,
and we believo is tho sumo of whom it was
said when in Minnesota the bild eagles
beat their wings against tho windows try
ing to join tho bald headed men who went
in at tho door to see the show.
You will need wire fastening on your
vest buttons when you sit in tho opera
houBO to morrow evening and witness Billy
McAllister, Johnny Mack, Al Leach, Bill
Allen, Earnest Sinclair and other great
comedians with Baird's mammoth min
strels as "Tho Dandy Cul'led Electors trom
A tcry Intetesting mcetiug of the
wrnnans ioreigu missionary Boctety was
held in tho leduro mom of tin Methodist
church yesterday afternoon. An original
paper was reid by Mrs. Georgo Parsons.
It was indued a gem full of sparkling
thought on missionary Wk.'and a worthy
tribute to the christian religion. Miss Ma
ry McKee read an original poem that made
her hearers wish they were bettor christ
ians. These meetings art free to all and
those who fail to attend miss a literary
Thomas Tusser war tho first man who
sild: "A rolling stone gathers no moss."
Tlmmas got this off somewhere between
1323 and 15S0, and it very likely came to
bin) some evening when he had occasion to
reply to a watchman who had requested
him to "move on." Answers-to-corres-
pondents men wilt do well to cut this out
Tho Ancients will meet, and dance,and
coffee, and sandwich, and act like a "passel
of young oneB" next Monday night at Ideal
League ball. At their last meeting t was
found that so many good people were out
and knocking to get in the club felt com
pelled to iucrease its limit to thirty couple,
which was done and the vacancies were
Several car loads of brick are on the
track for new sidewalks in the city. What
we want to see is several car loads of stone
flagging for the new walk ordered on the
levee to replace the rickety up and down
wooden walk that is a disgrace to the city
council, to the busines men of the levee
and a positive injury to the reputation of
tho city among strangers.
Artemus Ward told the character and
mind ot a modern politician in a political
campaign exactly when he wrote, "If your
people is temprunce, tell 'em I never in my
life took a drop of anything stronger than
water; but if, on tbo contrary they takes
their tod reg'lar, say Mr. Ward is as genial
a feller as we ever see, and the life and sole
of the social board."
The tie is broken by tbo election
of Brand, democrat to the state senate.
This gives the democrats one majority and
insures the election of a democrat to the
United States senate to succeed Jno. A. Lo
gan. Among others Hon. John IT. Ober
ly is talked of in prominent places with the
chances greatly in his favor over all com
petitors. A hf-tter man tor the position
could not be selected.
A monster pumpkin, weighing 160
pounds, which was grown on the farm of
Gen. Butler in Massachusetts, and has been
exhibited in a Brooklyn window, has been
bought by a baker of New York, who will
make it into an enormous pie tc be pre
sented to President Cleveland, which brings
old "annex" to Blaine's circus in closer con
nection with the white house than he will
ever be again.
One significant fact, and one of the
most significant in the New York election
is that the only political issue in that state
during the campaign was that of protec
tion. Blaine advocated it everywhere. But
ler advocated it, and the Blaine and Butler
orpins advocated it, yet uiaine is oeaten
and Butler's vote can bo put under a thim
ble. The star-eyed goddess of reform Is
coming to the bat, with Blaine and Butler
in tho out-field. Li.
Two deaths occurred on the steamer
Wyoming bctweea Louisville and Cairo.
The first was that of a gentleman named W.
C. Sells, a St. Louis man, or a relative of
the Sells of St. Louis. He died of indiges
tion when the boat was a few miles above
Smithland, and was buried at Paducah.
The second death was that of a ten-month-old
child of Judge Webber, of Natchez,
Miss. The body was placed in a coffin
heie last night and will be taken to Natch
ez for burial.
Should tho weather be favorablo to
day will witness gathering of democrats
in Cairo such as has uevcr been dreamed
of in Egypt. It is a pity that the republi
cans connot join hands with us in tho ju
bilee for after all Cleveland is now as
much their presideut as ours, but demo
crats know from a sad experience, that has
come to them at intervals of four years for
a quarter of a century, how they feel about
it and do not expect any very extravagant
rejoicing over the new admin Btration.
It is all over tho city ; mud, mud to the
right of us, mud to tho left of us, but the
sidewalks and crossings aro kept compara
tively clean. If there is any ono place in
tho city that needs a crossing more than
another, it is at Railroad street, south side
of Twelfth. A good plank walk from tho
levco and another from Commercial avenue
leads tho unwary traveler through this vale
of mud on a rainy day until he, she or it
find thotnselves or theirself brought faco
to face with an impassablo barrier of mud,
and nothing fir it but to wade through or
go back a block, cross over and pass by,
like the levite, on the other Bide. There is
a remedy for this: won't somo one apply it?
To-night the democrats of Cairo will
jubilate over the victory of right over might.
It was a glorious victory. The places of
the Tan-ninny and other Irish deserters of
tho cause were filled by the independent re
publicans, and the party has won when those
Catholics voting shoulder to shoulder with
the enemies of tho Catholic church relieved
and hoped it would bo overwhelmed.
Now, in the midst of this joyous, solemn
crisis it behoovo the democratic party to be
calm, and clement. Turn the rascals out,
turn some of tho already marked and con
deinned rascals out not later than the 5th
of March, but after they are out, hasten
slowly, or you will hurt the democratic
party irremodlably. You have heard of
defeats which were really victories, lut us
beware that wo do not allow our victory to
provo a ruin. This is what our enemies are
hoping and predicting it will do.
Cleveland and Hendricks'
It having been rendered certain,
by the official count in New York
that Grover Cleveland and T.
A. nemlricks have been elected President
and ViQO-President of the Lnited Mutes,
the committee havinir in chxruo the ar
rangements for a Jubilee in conimeniurn
tion of the event announce that the dem
onstrntion will take place in tho evening of
WEDNEHIMTTBE lorn INST.
The committee invito all citizens of Cairo
and of the adjacent country, who are in
favor of honest government to unito and co
operate with tliem in giving such signi
ficance to the demonstration as the iinpr
tance of the queetions determined by the
election seems to demand. Evidences of
exultation of the result by processions
music, bon-fires, fire-works, firing of can
non, sounding of horns, whistles and bells,
decorations and illuminations of houses,
and other similar exhibits of j iy, will be
fully justified and if reasonably indulged
in, without offensive conduct to individuals,
connot properly be objected to.
Citizens having torches belonging to any
of the Democratic organizations, are re
quested to return them immediately to the
Arab engine house, that they may be filled
and prepared for use, or prepare them them
selves, if they prefer to do so, and bring
them for use on the evening of the demon
stration. A programme of the particulars of the
demonstration will be published in advance
of the time fixed for it.
S. S. Tatlol, 1
J. M. Phillips,
M. J. Howley, Committee of
P. G. Scuun, Arrangements.
. 2t B. F. Blake. I
Line of March-Salute of 100
Cairo, 111, November 19, 1881.
Tho torchlight procession under direc
tion of Capt. Thos, Wilson with assisttnts
and aids, will move at 7:30 p. m. from the
corner of Commercial avenue and Seventh,
south to Sixth, west on Sixth to Washing
ton, north on Washington to Eighteenth,
east on Eighteenth to Commercial, south
on Commercial to Tenth, weBt on Tenth to
Walnut, south on Walnut to Fifth, east on
Fifth to Washington, south on Washington
to Third, east on Third to Commercial,
south on Commercial to Second, east on
Second to Ohio levee, north on Ohio levee
to Eighth, west on Eighth to speakers'
ABaluteof 100 guns will be fired before
and during the progress of the procession,
under the direction of S. A. Silver, E-q.
The bells of tho several fire engine compa
nies will bo rung, the whistles of locomo
tives, tugs snd steamboats will be sounded,
and such other evidences of joy and exulta
tion exhibited as citizens may wish to in
The fireworks will be under the direc
tion of D. E. Ilaitman and assistants. Tho
music under tho direction of B.F.Blake;
the bonfires under the direction of M. J.
Howley and assistants.
After the procession short and crisp
congratulatory Bpeeches will be delivered
by the Hon. W.J. Allen and Hon D. T.
8. 8. TATL'ill,
P. G. Hciiuh,
M. J. Howley,
B F. Blake,
J. M. PniLLirs.
Committee of Arrngements.
Cleveland and Hendricks Pro
The procession will bo formed as follows
by Wm. M. Williams, John Hodges, .1. 8.
McGahay, Wm. McIIalc, and Egbert
Smith, assistant marshals, and A. P. Scliroe
der and Frank Carle, aids, and will be
ready to move at 7:30 p. m., viz.:
The first ward club citizens and visitors
headed by Storer's brass band will form on
Sixth street and Commercial avenue, facing
up Sixth street towards Washington aven
ue, in double file.
Tho second and third wards will form on
Seventh street, facing on Commercial ave
nue, preceded by the martial band.
The fourth and filth wards will form on
Eighth street, facing on Commercial ave
nue, preceded by Comique band.
The carriages and horsemen will form on
Ninth street, facing on Commercial ave
nue. Tho signal for marching will bo tho
ringing of tho fire engine bells which will
bo started by the Arab fire engine compa
Strangers and citizens who fail to get in
lino at the start are invited to join the pro
cession at any point convoniont to thorn.
Taos. Wilson, Marshal.
I have been a great sufferer from Hay
Fever for fifteon years. I read of the many
wondrous cures of Ely's Cream Balm and
thought I would try once more. In fifteen
minutes after on application I was wonder
fully helped. Two weeks ago I commenced
Using it and now I feel entirely cured, It
is the greatest discovery ever known. Du
hamel Clark, Farmer, Leo, Mass. Prico
CHICAGO OXE-I'MCK CLOTHING HOUSE.
Wc carry the largest stock in Southern Illinois.
mi overcoats sr.' a'l m w Kni1 lioncM this s.hmii f r spt CHh. and whkh wa tro selllne at a
small alviiicu uiuklix nnr price lowir than jou r.i i linj the m at any otlu-r houe In th i city. Ia
we arc sh'iwlne an o'cunnt lnif of iroo I
anil HcrtviTB 1,1 nil tin M'uv colum ill I ill -k-
Black, WiK, I)rnli anl Sm k'' rotiiis. tti
D cm Oats, which ur l l it fin m linimrli il khhU ai d nrv qual in ninki- an ' fit to tbe hmt cisti m
work Pno-sf .-m f IS '-(J to ;w.n Our -toe ir livwrinti In m (4.0' to SIS 00 is lare anil c tuplei
It would he iinpiinsl It- (o it. ecnhc nnr s 1,'i.iliil s ock of
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS
A 1 we ran my Is, Don't fa'l to Manrnr our stork H-fori' hnvlr.jt i-Newhi-rf. and you will admit wa
are showlLR the larked, Sm-st and uioct compk-le Muck in the cliy, and that our prices are the lowest.
CHICAGO OXK-I'JtlCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. VVERNKIi aSc SOX. Props.
iML Costci. tit ffV
Wll. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:-1? AMES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Horlin and Agate "Ware,
Binl Cages, I5ath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Atrent for Adams & Westlake Oil. (iasolinc and Gas stove", Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel i'loVs, Chilled I'lown, Walkinjr Cultivators,
Corn Sliellers, Planters, Kte., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TKLKPIIOXK NO. UO.
Educative, -: Instructive, :- Entertaining!
"It Is' erandly ri'Hllsllc and historic lly ri'mlnl-cent., '-Genera' W.T. Sherman.
"Afierac ntun wis' , 'ttfcircna Is dethroned Dan Kico.
"The sport" of'ancivui ll'-me s arenas exculM." liricK I'omeroy.
Base Ball Park, Cairo, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22 and 23.
Two Afternoons only, at 2:30 p. m.
The Century Novelty t Too Large for a I'anTas!
GRANDEST EXHIBITION ON EAKTII!
huH'at nit,:,, (iinn
W. F. Coily), tho ni'ist
GltANI) PICTURESQUE CAMP I
"Our Pri'slilont anil Cultlnot, our Generals, our l'uhllo and our Press aocord It patronaga and
THREE THRILLING RATTLE SCENES I
Attacking Htairii Coach, Dm Pont Brpross, Indian Dances, Excltlnu Dorse ncci, Shooting on
Pool, hhoollng on Horseback, l,asoliiK W 1.1 Bteors, Hiding Uucklna Horses, Grand Buffalo Iluut,
Indian Attack on tbe Cahlu especially Erected.
A. "Visit West in Three Hours
To see scenes that haw colt thousands thalr Urea to vlow.
Doors Open at 1 I 51. We Show Rain or Shine.
Admission, 50 Cents. liildren, 25 Cents,
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO GET THERE,
Srrttra.'t car t-i grounils, tlinolsrnntrai. Mobile & Ohio, ft. L'inis Bhort l.lno, Ht. Loois
Cairo, Wahuah, imu Mountain and Tixaa 4t. Louis rnu ecurslon trama,
GRAND STREET PARADE SATURDAY MORNING.
buy 3 our
sti - .l Cni.!ni ri'. M"ltnnn. Chinchilla. Corka-rews
hivt- Up'sh rm'i 111 Dirk r.lno. Kl -rtnc blue, Ilrnwn.
ciiiany is I vour a-h-nil o tn nnr KIBa Lliibt-wrkbt
A. .:. BTJDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
I3 Xj .a. t k d-av a. k e.
1-0" Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
- - - CAII10, ILL-
99 Eighth Street,
00, CAIEOs 111.
co'ehrituil of all Bconts, Guides and tntllan Fighters