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THE' DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER la, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
ENTERED AT TI1K POST OFFICE IN CAIBO, IL
LINOIS, AS 8K00ND-CLAS8 MATTER.
Krnoat 11. ThiPlooltts Citv Kdltor.
Only Morninj Daily In Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL 1'APEIl OF CITY AM) COUNTY.
TABEIi BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
KT 101 n.l..m.ill nn. r, ! . Til
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this cplumn, Ave cents per Hue, each
Near Concordia, Bolivar county, Missis
sippi, I have 1,500 acres of laud in cotton
and com to 1m; picked and housed. To ac
commodate white and colored laborers I
Lave large frame-houses with brick, fire
places in each, with berths and mattresses
in each house, sufficient to accommodate a
large nu.nber of laborers. The house for
whites will be separated from those for
colored laborers. The highest price will be
paid for good hands. W.w. M. Sledge.
For the finest roasts, the juciest stea s,
the tenderest chops, the most delicious
outlets, the best sausages, you must go to
Fred Kochler's sample room on Eighth
street,where the very cream of the market is
always to be found.
WINTER'S OLD KEMAHI.E OYSTER DKPOT.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Cuiro that we are now
receiving daily, and the only parties in
Cairo, direct from Baltimore tresh oysters by
the can and from the quantity we are re
ceiving ami selling daily we are enabled to
sell them for ten and twenty cents per can
less than any other house in the city and
as the season advances we will be enabled to
sell them much lower. We are now selling
the choicest brands at the following figure,
to-wit: Choice Staudard, full cans, 40 cents;
choice Selects, full caus, 50 cents. For sale
at Winter's grocery, on Eighth street, and
at the Hotel De Winters, late Arlington ho
tel at any time, day or night,as the hotel is
never closed. Parties can always rely upon
getting them. Respectfully,
II. WlNTEU & C'O.
L t on northeast corner Commercial ave
nue, and Tenth street. Cheap.
M. J. Howr.EY, Real Estate Agent.
Fresh Mobile oysten will bo kept in
bulk through the season, constantly in
stock, and our numerous customers will be
supplied in quantities to suit, by the dozen,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and all grades
at close figures. Send your orders to the
Oyster and Fish Depot, Ohio levee, comer
Eighth street. RohkhtIIkwett, Agent.
The "Burnside property" on corner south
east corner Seventh mid Jefferson, avenue.
House has eight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lots.
Terms reasonable. M. J. Howlky,
Ileal Estate Agent.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
" at Turner hall, where she hopes to be pat
ronized. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
ft-- - 4
"KURNBAKER, THE CLOTHIER, the pioneer In the Clothlm? business In this
A city whom lib competitors like ho well to follow, both in style of doing
business and buying from ilrst-class wholesale houses announces to the readers
of The Bulletin that his Stock of Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods Is grand,
and to which he invites the attention of all conuoiseurs of stylish, well-inado
and fltttlng garments. To be sold ut the lowest figures. His stock of Boys
Clothing' and Stetson's Hats is full and complete.
FAUNBAKER, The Clothier.
Corner Seventh anil Commercial Avenue,
of Millinery, Notions, Fancy Goods, nt Mr?
8. Williamson s, Commercial avenue, oppo-
site ScIiuIi'h drug store.
Two first-clnss sltou makers can find cm
ployincnt by applyiug Ht once to
Mrs. Williamson has just returned from
New York, Philadelphia and other eastern
. . , . 1 .1. . 1 .... 1 I...
cities, wnero sue selector uiu oesi aim nu
cut (mm la Utr assortment CaUUOt b(
equaled in this city. Her goods will bo on
exhibiton Friday ami Saturday, October
13 and 1(1. All who desire should call and
son linr nlnirnnf nnWrinn : no trouble to BilOW
goods. Your attention is called to her silk
velvets for dress trimmings nt if 1.80
and 2.f0 nrr vard: the best
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f mnn.n in tllf filtV
fi'lr data at HHn nnH nmvnr.ls: straw 1 1 tits at
flOc. nn J Howards: satins of every shade
lrom 7.1c to SI ou per yaru unwnuuu
. , j i i i .
silka for drnas trim mi HI'S from II t
1 K( tap; l. ointrnnt lino of hosicrv
zephyrs, canvas and fancy work; splendid
assortment ot nursery baskets aim wiiiow
The two-story-brick business house, on
Commercial avenue, near the corner of
Eighth street. Apply to V. Reiser, con
cr Twelfth and Washington.
APPLES FOR SALE.
One hundred and fifty barrels choice
Ben Davis and one hundred barrels Roman
Beauty apples. Also, a car-load of choice
Early Rose potatoes. O. M. Ai.de.v.
Five lots on on Levee street, above Reed's
foundry. Will bo sold cheap. Title per
fect. M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
For the betrtfitof
ANCHOR FIRE COMPANY NO. 7,
At Pettit's Hall, corner Twenty-eight 6treet
and Commercial avenue,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10.
ADMISSION 50 CENTS,
Committee ot Arrangements A. II.
Steele, P. H. Corcoran, Timothy Hessian,
George Hubbard, Pat Eagan, James Car
roll. Floor Managers Edward Cotter, E. F.
Olines, Win, Hardy.
Reception Committee P. M. Lally, A.
B. Choat, E. B. Pettit.
A pkiikkct Smoke Burner for steam boil
ers. Borden, Selleck & Co., St. Louis,
GARLAND BASE BURNER.
The heaviest and handsomest heating
stove ever uttered in this market, for soft
coal, also, same pattern for hard coal, a
favorite with all who have tried them. New
arrivals of every variety ot stoves for the
fall trade arc rolling in every day. Last
hut not least the celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. W. Hendehson,
191 Commercial Avenue.
Fon Rent. Furnished rooms in a good
locality, with or without board. Apply
southeast corner Eleventh and Walnut
streets, second door.
Bo sure you go to Mrs. Williamson's
on Friday and Saturday, even though you
do not desire anything in her line. She
will be pleased to show goods.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve ii
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Haiu
'o all v
and indiscretions of youth.tiervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Mits. Baknhofi-t, cor. Prat and Broad
way, has been a sulfer lor VI years through
rheumatism, and has tried every remedy
she could hear of, but received no benefit,
until recommended to try the Eclectric oil,
she says she cannot express the satisfaction
sho feels at having her pain entirely re
moved and her rheumatism cured.
Pack G. Sunn, druggist.
THE CLOTH IKK.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Noticed In theso colnmni, ton conn per lino,
eacli luertlou. JiorKiin
No police business was transacted yes
-- Mrs. A. J. Aldeu went to Benton on a
-"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismeyer's.
Mrs. Herbert Harrell is in the city,
visiting her mother.
Messrs. Nellis and Daruron arc out in
tho country again.
The oldest daughter of Georgo Stein
houso is very low with typhoid fever.
"Between tho acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
This morning's Bulletin is for sale
by George Williamson at The Bulletin of
fice. Col. Jim Johnson left tho city yester
day evening on a trin to Chicago and Mil
This morning's Bulletin for is sale
by George Williamson at The Bclletin
Mr. Thos. Winter, yesterday accepted
a position in tho coutiting room ot Messrs.
Galigher & Son.
Policeman Wims has gone to Blooming-
ton attend to the meeting of of the Ma
sonic Grand Lodge.
Farnbaker, the clothier, is still in the
field, as may be seen by reading the south
east corner of this page.
Under the head of "personals" will be
found a line or two of interest to some one.
It is signed "Forty-five."
Mr. J. W. Stewart left the city yester-
lay for Chicago, where he goes for medical
treatment for lung disease.
Miss Nina Wills, who has spent about
three weeks with her mother in this city,
eft for Kansas City yesterday.
A boy heavy and healthy was born
unto Mr. D. II. Woodward, the head miller
pf Galigher's mill, on Sunday last.
This morning's Bulletin is for sale
by George Williamson at The Bulletin
-The suits for the Rooster's martial
band arrived iu this city a day or two ago
and will adorn the shapely forms of the
boys in the future.
The St. Louis fair is over, and Dr. C.
W. Bradley is back at his post again on the
whariboat, looking too innocent even to be
suspected ot having been away.
-Mrs. T. W. Halliday, who has been
very ill for n week past, under the skillful
treatment of Dr. Smith and the careful
nursing of many friends, is slowing recov
ering her usual health.
Our readers mit content themselves
with but little local news this morning,
owing to the fact that we are compelled to
make room on this page for the advertise
ments which are crowded off the first page
by the dispatches.
Mr. Frank Metcalf left for Jackson,
Tenn., this morning, where he goes to pur
chase a steamboat, which he proposes to
pnt in the Cairo and Paducah trade. From
Jackson he will take it to Corinth, Miss.,
by land, and from there to this port.
-For Sale, a good young horse, phae
ton and set of harness; will be sold sepa
ately or all together. Horse is young, gen
tle and well broken for buggy, saddle or
work, and just the kind for a lady to drive.
Apply at the Bulletin Office.
The Anchor Fire Company No. 7, will
give a grand ball for the benefit of its
treasury, next Tuesday night, at Pettit's
hall, Commercial avenue, corner Twenty-
eight street. A general notice with names
of committees will Ite found in another
Mr. J. A. Naugle, who has made many
friends in this city as agent ot the Cairo &
St. Louis railroad, resigned his position
here and leaves tor St. Louis to-day, there
to accept a position in the general office of
tho road. Mr. E. E. Naugle yesterday took
his place here.
The republicans have long cast about
for a charge against Ilaticoek that will
stick, being encouraged by the scriptural
injunction, "seek and ye shall find." It is
but justice to them to say that they have at
last found the desired charge. It is that,
being mortal, ho will die. Ami he may as
well own up to it right now.
Quite a serious fight occurred on Com
mercial avenue, above Twenty-eighth street,
yesterday, between two men, who aro em
ployed iu tho construction of the founda
tion for the new elevator. One ot them,
named Tom McDonald, had the greater
portion of his nose bitten off and the other,
named Phil McEwen, lost the thumb of his
right hand m like manner. They were not
Mr. Dennis Cody, a tormer resident of
this city was iu Cairo a day or two ago. Ho
is now roadmaster of the Gillman branch,
of the Illinois Central road, and in the dis
charge of Ins duties frequently travels owr
that portion ot the road of which ho has
charge. In conversation with Mr. Win. Mc
Hale hestated that there were many green
backers along his line, most all ot whom
would not only vote for Hon. John II.
Oberly, but were working like beavers for
him. Many of the people of his section of
the state, irrespective of polities, entertained
a high regard tor Mr. Oberly and were not
backward in saying that they would rather
vote for him than any another candidate on
cither tho democratic or republican ticket
Tho belief along tho Illinois Central lino
was, ho said, that Mr. Oborly would run
seven thousand votes ahead of his ticket.
All the democratic clubs of this city
should turn out in torco to-night to hear
Gen. Win. B. Anderson and Hon. Samuel S.
Marshall. It should bo tho aim of every
membor to make this ono of tho grandest
rallies of the campaign, and in order to
make it such every democrat should go to
the club rooms early and secure a torch
Turn out, boys, one and all, tho time for
lukewarmness is past.
About 11:30 o'clock yesterday fore
Mr. Robert Ilinklo repaired to his room
over White & Greer's store, and lying down
on his bed to read, soon fell asleep. When
ho awoko about an hour afterwards, he
found that his coat and vest; apocketbook
containing ten dollars and souio valuablo
papers, and his gold watch and chain were
stolen. The thief hns not been discovered,
although the officcrr have concerned them
selves about tho affair.
Tho Roosters martial band turned out
again last night, and aroused tho usual en
thusiasm in old and young by its patriotic
music. It is certainly equal to any band in
this state, and tho sound of its drums and
fifes arc always welcome to every ear.
They make a gay appearance, indeed, and
attract tho admiring gaze of everybody.
Both in appearance and in the music it
makes, it lays over the Republican's band
largely ill fact completely throws it in the
shade and buries it out of sight.
Messrs. Nellis and Damron are trying
to excuse themselves for taking up quarters
with negroes nt Dog Tooth precinct not
long since, by circulating the report that
illness compelled them to do so. Of course
every one knows that this was not the case,
and that they are only trying to deceive
the white voters by such tales, as they were
seen to enter the houses iu the best
of humor and in perfect health
and leave them in like condition.
We dislike to see this. We had hoped that
they would not show themselves ashamed
of their actions, but wo hoped in vain.
And this, too, notwithstanding the fact that
TnE Bulletin informed them that they
hail a perfect right to pick their company,
and prefer the hospitality of a colored
gentleman to that of a white man.
But this is not all, Mr. Damron has even
gone so far as to personally inform us, in
the presence of several prominent citizens,
that he did not eat at the same table with
the negro family, but eat at a seperate
table, And what if he had eaten with the
family and slept with in the same
bed with the head of the family,
would it be so great a crime that he would
be justified in circulating false stories in
his attempt to excuse himself. Certainly
not. These gentlemen, although they are
republicans, have yet to learn that a
colored man is their equal not in one
sense but in every sense, and that to dine
with them, or accept their hospitality in
any other form, is uothiHg to be ashamed
of, and anything but a crime.
The News says that "the men who
fought on the rebel side are as much rebel
as they ever were." Strange then that such
men as Longstreet and Mosby should be
particularly favored by the republican party
and men like General W. S. Hancock, Gen
eral George B. McC'lellan, General Buell,
General Thomas Ewing, General A. V.
Rice, General Warner, General Sigel, Col
onel W. R. Morrison, of Illinois; General
William S. Roseerans, General P. F.
Walsh, General William B. Franklin, Gen
eral William F. Smith, General D. N,
Couch, General Robert Cowdin, General
Samuel E. Brown, General Phil Kearney,
General Meagher, General Corcoran, Gen
eral Charles W. Blair, General Daniel
Cameron. General Lieb, General John M.
Furnsworth, Geneial John M. Palmer, Gen
eral I). M. Corse. General R. K. Start, Gen
eral James McQuade, General George M.
Custer, General Gordon Granger, General
James Shields, General Joseph Hooker,
General Gordon, General II. W. Slocum,
General Henry F. Rodgers, Geneial W.
R. Patrick, General Reynolds, General
Lester B. Faulkner, General W. W
Averill, General John B. Underwood, Gen.
John Sedgwick, Geueral St. Clair, A. Mul
holland. General William A. Stirling, Gen
eral A. S. Piurson, General N. A. Dougher
ty, General George II. Thomas, General
Gcrshom Mott, General James B.Steeduian,
General Durbin Ward, General Goorgo W.
Morgan, General John Lord, General J. A.
McClernand, General Francis Dnr, General
Frank Pierce, General Herman Uhl, Gener
al Lefevre, and scores of others who attain
ed the title of general by means of bravery,
efficiency and loyalty, besides tho un-nuiii-bered
host of lesser rank, who imperiled
life, fortune, and comfort that tho union
might live, should be regarded as traitors
and unworthy of confidence,
LINE OF MARCH.
For tho information of all those who de
sire to participate in tho grand democratic
procession on the nujht of tho 13th Inst.,
the following programmo will bo strictly
observed, providing tho weather is propi
LINE OF MAIU'II.
From Ohio Leveo out Fourth street to
Walnut, up Walnut to Tenth, out Tenth to
Washington, up Washington to Eighteenth,
out Eightoi nth to Commercial, down Com
mercial to Sixth, out Sixth to Washington
nvotiuc, up Washington avenue to music
stand, and then break ranks,
Divisions will form as follows:
First Division Marshals, C. W. Dun
ning, Capt. Thos. W. Shields. Ladies on
horseback to take position at discretion of
marshals, forming first on Washington ave
nue, right rtstiting on Sixth South.
Second Division Marshals, Capt. Thos.
Wilson, Henry Gossinan. Roosters Han
cock and English club, Ilmcoek Cadets and
Bantams, in order named, form on Fourth,
right resting on Washington avenue.
The visiting compauies, in uniforms, will
compose the rear of this division, forming
on Ohio levee, with right resting on
Third Division Marshals, Thos. J. Keith,
Negley Rridd. Third ward, Sweepers club,
form on Ohio levee, right resting on Sixth
Fourth Division Marshals, I). B.
Thistlewood, A. J. Carle. North Cairo,
Hancock and English club, form on Eighth
street, right resting on Ohio levee.
Filth Division-W.F. Pitcher, Richard
Fitgerald. Fifth ward regulators, form on
Ohio levee, right resting on Eighth street.
Sixth Division Marshals, E. B. Pettit,
J. S. McGahey. Citizens without uniforms,
horsemen and carriages, form on Ohio
levee, immediately in rear of fifth division.
The procession will move at precisely
7 o'clock, p. m. Marshals will see that
their divisions are in line promptly at that
Marsha's mounted and ready for duty
will meet in front of the tobacco ware
house on Commercial avenue at 7 p. m.,
The same programme will be observed
on Monday night, October 11. on which
occasion the Hon. Lawrence Harmon, of
Peoria, democratic candidate for attorney
general, will address the citizens of Cuiro.
Parties on the line of march are expected
to illuminate their dwellings and places of
business on Wednesday night.
The signal for starting will be the firing
of rockets at the right of the column on
W. M. Williams,
OHIO AND INDIANA.
The returns published ou our first pago
are no surprise to democrats, and by no
means discouraging. Republican gains
were expected from all the places lieord
from, nnd it was thought that the.se would
be magnified by the associated press asso
ciation, which is republican and which lias
wired them. The last dispatch received,
which reports and increased democratic
majority, was the first of its kind received
here, and Lut strengthens tho belief that
the association is up to its old tricks. The
present outlook is that the democrats havo
carried Indiana by a respectablo
majority, and it is our belief
that that majority is iu the
neighborhood of five thousand. It
was not expected by even the most sanguino
that a greater majority would bo given,
since it was taken into consideration'
that the republicans havo been guilty of
nearly every questionable practice that
would in any degree contribute to their
success without nrousiuj tho peoplo of tho
state to open rehelliou. Their schemes have
been asdeeplaid as they wre unprincipled,
and as faithfully carried out by dishonest
hirelings, ns they were destructive of tho
very essence of republicanism. Tho party
machinery that has been go outrageously
but so effectiVi'ly used by Garfield, Wells
CITY OF CAIRO
Superior Makes ami Styles
LOWEST TOSSII3LE PRICES
The Boss Clothing Houso.
01 Ohio Levee, : : Cairo, 111.
and others in Louisiana, and by John I.
Davenport in New York, was set to work in
Ohio and Indian, with its unscrupulous
author, the scoundiel Davenport, at
its helm, who, backed by the United States
army, has repeated as far as lie dared, the
infamous programme, which made him so
notorious in the city of New York in ISTs.
But besides- this, the managers of the cam
paign have for the last six mouths beensys
tenutieally engaged in the practice of im
porting negroes from Kentucky and Ten
nessee and the white roughs ol Philadel
phia and New York to be used as so many
instruments in the hands of the managers
in the election of the republican state
ticket. Even from the city of Springfield,
in this state, over a hundred negroes were
shipped on midnight trains at the expen-e
of influeacial republicans to help the party
in Indiana. Money was spent recklessly
and openly, and in fact, the tpower of the
entire party in all its varied forms, wa
centred upon these states. The democrats,
though vigilant, an 1 doing all they could
to prevent any fraudulent voting, could
not succeed in their purpose against such
overwhelming odds and hence the result.
But in November, when all
tho powerful political machinery can not be
concentrated upon these states, a more en
couraging result may be looked for.
Ohio, Garfield's state, of course, has gone
republican, but it is certain that the demo
crats have held their own, and in all proba
bility reduced the republican majority.
rpALL, II luck Ilslr and Ey. Yotiri eight fur
L DieutlliK received too late. Will h ou hunt
mailt timu aud placu next Hundny. Your dciiro
meitt my Biiurobstluii. Answer ihtD by mall.
KOUfV FIVE DOLLAKS.
IOR SALK. A now Jolt ofllce, comiilntoln every
. particular, HuilJiiKt what in wstitod for the ruu
of Jot), pamphlet and other work In mall town.
The nmterlHl i all carefully r-ulected nt the foun
dry hy s Job printer ol : year experience, Typut,
borders, ete . are of the Intent tOylef, anil In per
fect order. The prenn I eluhtli medium. For
particular, Hddre'H "A," care of llulk-tlu ofllce,
Gkn, Wm. B. Anderson
Hon. Samuel S. Marshall
Will aJJroH the people at
C A I It O, s
Wednesday, October 13, 1880.
Come and licsr the Imuoi ably discuned. Tho
ladle are oapuclally Invited.
ilV 0111)111 OF TDl LUMKITTIiH.