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THE DAILY UAIttO HULLKTIN: TUESDAY MOKNING, APRIL 1, IS84.
Wo have now received an entire new stock of
Huriw Hoods ami can say, with just pride, that
we are showing t ho most clegaut lino ever brought
to Cairo. We have now in stock a complete as
Young Men's . Nobby Suits
of the very latest designs and styles, ranging in
FI!0) 10.00 TO 35.00 A SUIT.
We are offering Bargains in
Suits for 8 6.50: worth SIO 00 I
8.W0; " 12.50
BOYS axd CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
It will more than pay you to examine our stock
of these Goods as our assortment comprises every
thing new in this line. The latest thin in Boys'
Suits is the .four-button cut-away Sack Suit.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEFT
is most complete in every respect and comprises
many exclusive novelties.
1 1 ATS ami CAPS. In our large stock of these Goods you
will iind all the latest styles in soft and stiff Hats.
Chicago :- One-Price -:- Clothing -:- House,
Cor. 8 tli fc Commercial -Avo.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
The Big Show Coining!
Shows & Free Menagerie!
Cairo, 111., Saturday April 5.
JSTRemeniber the Show Grounds are
near' the Gas-house.
On SiturJay last the big show, IIowo,
Pullman & Co's, gave to aur citizens one of
the best nn shows ever given in this city.
The cfimpany is composed of ladies anil
gentlemen, and the contracting ngent, Mr.
Harry Moore, is a hustler. Success to you,
one and all.-Uerall,Feb. 23, 1884, Vicks
To Whom It May Concern.
I have this Jay, the 31st of March, 1884,
engaged as my manner of the Theatre
GVmiiquo, Mr. T. P. Catlet, who will
charge for me uutil May 1st.
0t Uakhv Walkeu.
Notice of Dissolution.
The co-partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned, doing business
as Sayers & Gilhofer, is, this dav, dissolved
by limitation. Charles Gilhofer is alone
authorized to collect all debts due the firm,
aud settle all liabilities.
St ClIAS. QlLIlOFEH.
Cairo, 111., April 1st, 1884.
Taxpayers will please take notice that on
the 5th of April 1 will commenco preparing
list for the printer of all delinquent tuxes
on that date. Those wishing to save costs
can do so by calling at the Court House
and setting Ifcc. Yours truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
TI1E BEST PUMP.
SECUWTY AGAINST FIKE.
Go and look at the Buckeye Tump in
front of L. C. Herbert's gas titling shop. It
is the best lift and force pump ever invent
ed. Will force water fifty feet, and works
so easy that a three-year-old child can draw
water. Especially adapted for cisterns. The
best thing out in case of fire in the house.
Legal Blauks Kept For Snle
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Local on third page.
Mrs. Weaver, formerly Miss Ellis
Coleman, ti m the city on a visit.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Mr. Fred. Millw was in th city yes
terday, on his way from Texus back to his
post of duty in Milwaukee,
H. M. Wade, editor of the newspaper
about to start in Wickliffe, was in town
yesterday and called ou The Bulletin.
Bankrupt stock of furniture for sale
cheap at No. 101 Commercial avenue, near
Cth street, up-stairs. tf
Judge Mulkey, of the State Supreme
Court, waa In the city Saturday, stopping at
the residence of hii daughter, Mrs. James
Sheriff Jno. Hodges returned yester
day from Hot Springs, where he had been
for pleasure and relief from rheumatism, in
company with County Commissioner Mul
cahey, who is still there. Ho will devote
fan Mm I
Suits for 810.00; worth 814 00
" " 12 50; 17.00
himself diligently to the collection of taxes,
and has a notice in special locals which de
mands the attention of the sovereigns who
are still in arrears to "the powers that be."
Mr. T. P. Catlet, of the firm of Shelton
& Catlet, is manager for Harry Walker at
the Theatre Comique until May 1st. See
Miss Lizzie Hathaway, who had been
visiting at the residence ef Mr. Henry
Wells in this city, left Sunday per steamer
Buckeye State, for her home, rising Sun,
Mr. Henry Sayers was in the city yes
terday to settle up his business connection
here, ia order that he might devote himself
more exclusively to his extensive business
in Chicago and St. Louis, in both of which
cities ho has large houses.
Mr. D. G. Moore, of the Wabash road,
has resigned, and his position of assistant to
Division Superintendent Stevens has been
abolished. Train master J. M. Gill now
pertorms the duties formerly done by Mr.
Mr. John Lemon, a young gentleman
of St. Clair County, was a passenger oh the
City of New Orleans yesterday on his way
from Florida, where lie had spent the win
ter for his health. He stopped off at this
city and will remain a few days, visiting
the family of Mr. Burnett.
Alderman Harry Walker desires it to
be understood that, while he will be com
pelled hereafter to spend his time in Mem-
dhis, ho will claim his citizenship here, in
the First ward, lie will always call this
h'n home, will bo on hand to vote and will
never vote anywhere else.
It is probable that we will lose County
Commissioner Mulcahey as a citizen of
this county, for he has bought out a ten
thousand dollar store at Hot Springs, and
U there running it at a two forty rate. The
business consists in dry goods, groceries,
provisions, corn, bay, etc., and he is doing
Mr. Charles Gilhofer now has exclu
sive control of the hide and fur, iron and
rag business so long conducted on the
Ohio levee under the firm name of Sayers
& Gilhofer. The firm dissolves to-day, as
may be seen by notice in special locals,
Mr. Sayers withdrawing and Mr. Gilhofer
taking solo charge and proprietorship.
A dog belonging to Mr. Frank Gaz
zila was amusing a crowd Sunday, by
bringing back sticks of wood thrown into
the Ohio just above th wharf-boats. But
the clog finally got hold of a large drift
that came floating down the river, and, re
fusing to let go, was drawn with it under
the wharf-boat by the current, coming
out at the lower end of the wharf-boat in
The meeting at Temperance Hall last
night, for the permanent organizition of
the Hod Cross Society, was a flattering suc
cess. It was largely attended and very en
thusiastic. Addresses were delivered by
several ladies and gentlemen, chief among
the latter being R"Ctor Davenport. Mrs.
Rev. Scarritt was elected permanent Presi
dent and Mrs. F. Korsmeyer pcrmanet
Vice President. Another meeting will bo
held at the same hall Monday night.
Capt. Jno. R. Thomas came down from
Metropolis yesterday afternoon, and
stopped at The Ilalliday, where he made
himself sgreeablo to a number of friends
who crowded around him. Capt. Thomas
"has a letter in his pocket which" was
written by Judge R. W. McCartney, in
which that gentleman formally and uncon
ditionally withdrawsfrom tbo race for tlio
Congressional nomination. Judge Mc
Cartney was satisfied, after maturer delib
eration, that he was being made a tool of
to further the chances of an aspirant for ju
dicial honors in his own circuit, and a cat's
paw for the Bill Scott crowd hero. His
withdrawal does him credit.
ONLY THE NIGGER.
Evidence Before tho Danville Inves
tigating Committoo Excul
pating the Whites.
A Compromise Tariff Bill to be Offered in
the House to Appease the Im
placables Other News.
Only the Nigger to Blame.
Wasiiinoto.v, 1). C, March 81. The
defense examined u number of witnesses
In tho Danville Investigation, all white
men and residents of Danville. J. C. En
right and J. T. Thompson saw the riot.
Both testified that the colored men used
pistols. The latter Is a silversmith, and
was working In his shop immediately
across the street from the point where the
riot began. He saw w hite and colored men
In the street with pistols In their hands
before the llriug began a colored man
attempted to wrench a pistol from the
hands of a white man when tho shooting
began ou both skies. He thought there
was as much disposition on the part of
the negroes to shoot as there was among
Other witnesses substantiated the same.
The evidence offered by the defense teud
ed to .show that the colored people incited
the tlillieulty, principally by congregating
In the streets uiul making boisterous dem
onstrations. To Offer a Compromise,
Washington, D. C, March 31. It is
understood that when the Morrison tariff
bill is called up for consideration in the
House, a substitute will bo offered abol
ishing the duty ou salt, lumber, common
qualities of woolen goods, raw sugar and
food articles. It is thought by the tariff
reformers that such a substitute will se
cure the support of the Bepublicaus, also
of the Randall wing of tho Democrats.
Colonel Morrison Intends calling up his
bill the hitter part of this or the first of
next week. A good deal of filibustering,
is anticipated, there being a determina
tion upon the part of the Protectionists to
defeat the consideration of tho Morrison
Work ia the Committees.
Washington, I). C, March 31. The
House Committee on Pacific Railroads
heard Commissioner Armstrong respect
ing the effect of the pending bill propos
ing to increase the payments by the Pacific
Railroads into the sinking fund. The Com
missioner submitted a series of compu
tations to show the amounts which would
accrue from the roads on the several
scales of increase proposed. The commit
tee claim that they will reach a conclu
sion at an early day.
A sub-committee of the House Committee
on Naval Affairs will probably begin on Sat
urday the examination of witnesses as to
the alleged mismanagement of the Arctic
Jeannette expedition. Dr. Collins' broth
er, Jerome Collins, arrived here to-day
and had a conference with the sub-committee,
of which McAdoo of New Jersey
is chairman. There Is a general under
standing that the whole mutter will be
Public Debt Reduction.
Washington, D. C, March 31. It is
estimated that the reduction of the pub
lic debt during March was about 15,-
Another Call for Bonds.
Washington, D. C, March 31. A
bond call for ten million of three per
cents will probably be issued to-morrow,
Washington, D. C, March 31. A bill
was introduced in the House by Mr.
Peele, of Arkansas, to-day to graduate
the prices of public lauds in Arkansas to
seventy-live cents per acre after January
1, 1885, fifty cents per acre after January
1, 1NK8, and twenty-live cents after Janu
ary 1, lS'.i:?, tobe allowed only to actual
residents of the State, and not exceeding
eighty acres to be so entered by any one
person. Mr. Peele also Introduced a
bill to grant the Paeitlc and Great Eastern
Railway right of way through Indian Ter
ritory. Mr. Hardeman, from the Committee on
Expenditures of the .State Department,
reported back the resolution calling ou
the Secretary of Statu for information
and copies of correspondence relative to
the occupancy of the Consular premises
it Shanghai, China, Adopted.
Mr. Beach, from the Committee on
Public Health, reported back the resolu
tion providing for a Committee on Inves
tigation of the question of the adultera
tion of food and drugs, lie said he did
not think the investigation was within
the province of Congress, but the ques
tion of the adulteration of food and drink
should be regulated by the States.
The Chair laid before the Senate a com
munication from the Attorney-General
stating that there had beeiineither neglect
nor refusal to furnish Information con
cerning the Star route attorneys, but his
force was too small to supply promptly
the voluminous papers called' for by tho
Senate. He repeats his former request
for an increase of clerical force.
A bill was reported favorably providing
for the erection of public buildings nt
Chattanooga, Tcnn.; Upelousas, La., and
Preparing to Sow Oats.
Effingham, III., March 31. The pros
pect for nu excellent wheat crop through
out this portion of the State Is very flat
tering. Fears were entertained for sonic
time by farmers that the severity of the
winter had seriously damaged the wheat,
but the recent rains ami pleasant weather
started It to growing, and at present the
outlook for au abundant harvest Is much
more favorable than it was last spring.
The weather has been remarkably pleas
ant for a week, and farmers are preparing
to sow oats and begin tho general cam
paign of spring work.
Chance for Another Riot.
Sr. Lor is, Mo., March 31. At 3 p. m.
to-day the jury in the case of Albert Wing,
charged with the killing of Joseph Glenn,
came into court with a verdict finding
Wing guilty of murder in the second de
gree, and fixing the penalty at ten years
In tho Penitentiary.
Sargent declines the St. Petersburg
A dead-lock ou the Naval appropriation
bill Is predicted.
The funeral of tho late Prluce Leopold
w ill occur uext Saturday.
Ingersoll and Dorsey aro said to have
formed a combination against Arthur.
Arab sheiks have asked for the appoint
ment of a British governor for Tokar.
The funeral of Augustus Schell in New
York Saturday afternoon was very largely
The Pope in his last allocution to tho
Cardinals demanded tho restoration of
It is rumored that Bismarck will leave
the Prussian Ministry and confine himself
cliielly to the Chancellorship.
There Is a chance that postal relations
with Mexico may be established on a
basis similar to those with Cauada.
In an altercation over a disputed fence
line near Will's Point, Texas, Win. Cock
rell riddled a man named Hart with bul
lets. The town of Sandusvllle, Georgia, which
was terrorized by an anticipated negro
uprising, is quiet, and ull fears are ul
layed. The Franco-American Indemnity Com
mission has concluded Its labor. The
demands of only two Frenchmen were
The Department of Justice is hunting
for Walsh, the witness whose testimony
Is wanted in the case against Senator
Sensational rumors are received from
the seat of war in Egypt. Tho latest is
that Gordon has surrendered Khartoum
to the false prophet.
Michael Burns, a hotel waiter, was
killed in Dallas, Tex., by Willis Adams, a
Dallas drummer for a St. Louis house,
who is now in custody.
Joel Bryan, the American citizen whoso
confinement in a Mexican prison at Ylo
torl caused so much discussion, is said to
have escaped and reached Texas.
The value of exports shipped from New
Orleans during February, exceeded the
aggregate value "of exports of Boston,
Baltimore, Philadelphia and San Francis
co. The Legislature of New Mexico will
memorialize Congress concerning the
converting of millions of acres of public
'unds In New Mexico and Colorado to pri
A proposal from England to the powers
is now awaiting their consent, looking to
an English protectorate over Egypt for
five years, England guaranteeing to order
Egypt to meet her financial engagements.
The Secretary of the Interior has dis
barred from practice before the Interior
Department the following named pension
attorneys: J. Samuel and J. R. Williams,
Fairlield, III.; Henry Etherton and David
McWilliams, Monticello, 111.-
A Family Feud Settled.
Chicago, III., March 31. Frank Kav
egnski, who last night shot and killed his
brother-in-law, Vincent Roberski, In the
Polish settlement on the outskirts of the
city, was captured this morning in the
woods. Roberski only arrived here from
Italy on Friday. The murder was the
finale of au old family feud.
Shipping in Peril.
Chatham, Mass., March 31. There are
over sixty vessels at anchor off here. A
terrible sea running some of the vessels
are in a very dangerous position. If the
wind shifts to the east they will have au
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, MAliC'H 31, 1884.
ST. 1.0 CIS.
Cotton II itrlier; middling UHQllXo.
Floi:k Steady ; XXX. to Choice, fJ.7eil.s0;
WiiKAT-Lowvr: No. 2, lied, I l.OSJiffil.OSHi
No. 3 Ked, UVc.
Cokn Firmer: No. 2 mixed, 4!-i4S,Sc;
No. a white mixed, KltiS-Vio.
Oats Steady: No. 2, 'Mi&M'i.
Hva Steady; No. 2, tide.
Touacco Firm; ititrs. common to choice.
$5.75(3,10.00; lettf; common red leaf, tS.uOii
10.00; medium to good $lu'.50'417.50.
H.tv I'ruirio f.t.5olo.0J for prime; f 10.23
(5,10.50 for clioiee: mixed flUiU for common
to prime: timothy $1417 lor prime to fancy.
liUTTKii Firm; choice creamery, iM&iio;
fancy, 34150 ; dairy, good to choice, 25iJ7o;
und 2S&10C for select; low grades nomiuul.
Koos In demand at Hie.
I'otatoks Easy; fancy, 4214T;45; good to
choice, ;J6''S40c; common to fair, 2.7&0c.
Pohk Steady; standard mess, f 18.00;
hard side, $17.75.
Laud Dull; primo steam, nominal at ttc.
Uacon Longs, O.Ho; shorts, lOJu&iOc; clear
Woor, Tub-washed choice. 333-14 '4c; com
mon, 2'j30c: unwashed.medium, ZX&Zic; low
und coarse wades, 16fl'.ie.
Hidks Steady; dry Hint, lflc; damawd,
ltlc; bulls or stags, loyoilc; dry salted, life;
dry-salted, damaged, lie; kip und calf, Hulled,
D'ic; damaged, 7Jnc; bulls and stays. He;
green, unoured, HHto; damaged, tlo.
Shkk.p Felts Steady; green, NOeCifl.00; dry
do,070c., as to amount and quality of wool;
green shearings, 20t&JUc; dry do, lUt&Mc.
Wheat Lower; March,
May. sti?c; June, Wtc;
CoitN Lower; March,
May, 55!ic;Juuu, 50!c;
f Oats Lower; March,
May, tfle; June, &l',o.
l'oiiK Lower; March,
Lard Lower; March,
Juno. !).40; July. .47'i.
, lc: April, 81,'ic;
UlPic: Anril. 50c:
July, 67c; August,
2so; April, 2s?c;
$17.60; May, $17.75;
$9.20; May. $9.32!;
$9.27',; May, $9.05;
Shout ltins March,
- Wheat Lower; No. 2 tied, April, $1.01;
May. $l.o:i-; June, $1.04!,; July $1.04,s,;
Corn Lower; Mixed Western, April 693;
May, Ol'-ic; Juno, Kl'ic; July, B3'o.
OATS Lower; April, 3tiJio; May 37!io; Juno,
Piiovisions Pork Dull; spot mess, $17.50
Ci.17.75. Lard Dull und weuk; stouiu, $9.50.
Live Stock Markets.
' Hons-Kocelpts, 8,500; steady; light $5.50
6.115; rough packing, $'l.26!l0.ioj heavy
packing and shipping, $R.70&7.15.
CATTi.B-Hecelpts, 4,5O0;uctiveand stronger;
exports, $II.1IK(67. 10; good to choice, $5.75(8
6.00; common to fair, $4.Wi5.70.
Shfki' Ueoelpts, 4,000; common to cholco,
Cattle Steady ; extra 8teers,$rt.40B8.0: fnlr
to good, $5.70D,it,50; light to medium, $4.H5nft
5.50; stoekers, $4.5(K('i.25.
Siiekp Steadv; fair to-good Western shooji,
$5.0o&5.70; choiop to fancy, $5.25tf.:i6; West
ern lambs, $5.00(I.K5.
Hoos-Dull; good to cholco Yorkers,
$tl.70&il.H5; good medium weights, fO.DOQ7.00;
Cattlb Receipts, 370; fairly active nd
steadv; native steers 1,030 to 1,425 lbs.
hv. $.5.1itf?5.75: stoekers and feeders, $4J50u4
5.00; oows, $3.7WM.50.
lions HccHpts, 2,000; firmer and higher;
lots I't; to 271bs. av. at $tl.l50.55; mainly
sitKKi'-llecelpts, 200; quiet; natives, 91
to lot lbs. uv. $4.300,1.75.
For the benefit of those who ao not
looks like, I present the pictures
OUR i STOCK i OF i CLOTHING
for Spring 1ms arrived and it
consists of the very finest line
that could be obtained in the
Union. Nobby Young Men
and Dudes can lind in the sel
ection what their hearts most
desire, Call and examine them
and you will be astonished
w hat great progress has been
made in make, style and finish
of Ready-made Clothing.
Our stock of Boys' anil Children's Clothine: is of the very nicest.
Our $1.50 Child's Sailor Suit is of (he very tlimirfor the little onen.
Waists for Children, 50c to SI. 25; Knee l'unts, 60c. to 1.50.
SAM IJUllGKIf. tho "Palace" Clothier.
Great attractions in all departments at
Beinff deter mined to always keep our reputation for selling
first-class Oools at the lowest lijures, we have marked our
new M.rin:: St ck down; and la lies will And it 10 their interest
to call and examine our stock before purchainr elsewhere.
Oiternian and Brocaded Silks
hraterns in all Shades.
Summer Silks, "' ,m; ana
Cashmeres, Huntings and Nun's Veilings.
We defy competition. Our line in
Ladies' axd Misses' Hose and Handkerchiefs
are in all the latest novelties of the season. Special induce
Carpets, Xlattins and Oil Cloths.
" FARM F0B SALE!
I have one hundred and two acres of land, sixty of which
is cleared with a good frame house and orchard which I
wish to sell, as 1 have not time to attend to it.
It is good land, easily cultivated
and well adapted to raising Early Vegetables, Sorghum Cane
ur turn. in. juiiiun rtuscu sumu ui uie cane on tins place
of which he made such splendid Sorghum, which is easily
made and pays good profit. This place is situated exactly
three-fourths of a mile from the Depot of the Cairo & St.
Louis R. . at Hodges' Park; li miles from Cairo. Price,
$1,500; one-fourth in cash, and will give four years to pay
the remainder with G per cent, interest. This place is never
troubled with high-water or Hoods. Have some farming
impliments which I will sell on same terms.
13. McMAKUS, Cairo, III.
Enquire of Wm. Ireland, Hodges' Park,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Jaxanned lierlin and A.gate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Apent for Adams & Westlako Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel I'lows, Chilled Mows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Ktc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIIl0, ILL'
7 7 Telephone No 103
ICngraviiiffs and "Wall Papers.
E. -:- A. -:- BURNETT,
OFFICE: No. 78 Ohio
know what the thing-, "Dutlc,"
of the Young: ana Old Dude.
CLARE & LOVETT,
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.