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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKNlff 8, SEPTEMBER 27, 1884.
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natteniS. WlllCh IOr make, lit and ovUM'sl nnnoni-fHlfP IS Pflll.'ll to tllP finost. lliniv.li.mf f.nlnr wnrlr AVn iincifiwilir miniMinton n ni.fn, fl ! m i J koyiio aii
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nn on oa -i. r n , . x T V T 1 1 i IV '.- r- '-vv b. v.lh, ia ... l-vltj rt'fs ictu i jiuku gooas range in prices froi!
to fr.J0.00 a suit. AN c have tliem in cut-away and straight-buttoned sack, and three and four-buttoned cut-away frock suit, which are made and trimmed in Secant stvles Don't In)
old goods that have been bought out from other stores when you can get fresh, new and desirable goods at the prices wc name below. These are new goods directly from the mannfrnr J
j:Yn w oo jyi on s feuits, feiO.UU I jLll V oo ALeu s me Suits, S7.50 I Yll AV ( ol Mon' Firm Suit q-i '
All Wool Men's Suits, G.OO I All .Wool Men's Fine Suits; &50 . JleintcS
And our superior line of Fine Clouds at prices that defy competition. The above goods, at the prices we name, will cost at any house in Southern Illinois at least T per cenMnore '
BOYS' '& CHILDREN'S DEPARTM'T
Don't fail to examine our stock of these goods, comprising all the latest styles. We make a specialty of these goods, and we can say we never had a mure complete and !ner line than w
show this season. A e mention a few bargains that cannot be bought at any other house in Cairo at double the price. j
All Wool Child's Suits, 82.50 I All Wool Child's Suits, 88.50 I All Wool n,;u q,,;. a a
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We have a complete line of 1 Joys' and Children's Odd rants, Child's Waists in all grades, also unlaunderied Child Waists.-Our stock of Furnishing CJoods tHust be seen to be a,l( h, ,
c()iiiirising many exclusive novelties shown by no other house. nuuuiu
MA.TS.-Examinc olir large stock. We make it a point to have the very latest styles, and you can lind something to please yon in our large assortment. Don't fail to -ive us a eil
It will prove benelicial to yourself as well as us. a
CHICAGO ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WEENEE & SOTST, Props.
Additional locals on third page.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Another cessation of work on the
streets because of rain. But rain was a
lr. 8. P. Bennett and family returned
home home yesterday from their visit to
friepds in the eastern Btntea.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered in
Mound City, III., and iu Clinton, Ky., at
same prices and same manner as" in Cairo
The family of Mr. Matthew Walsh ar
. rived yesterday. Mr. Walsh has about
recovered from the sick spell which over
took him upon his arrival here, and is up
Major Connelly, who is to address the
Republicans of this city at the court house
to-night, is United States district attorney
for the southern district of Illinois. He is
expected to arrive on the noon train.
Burglars entered the tailoring estab
lishment of Messrs. J. and P. Lehniug on
upper Commercial avenue Thursday night,
and carried off several pairs of pants, a
coat, a vest and a few. minor articles. They
have so far succeeded in eluding the officers
Mr. W. 0. DAvis, mauagerof the Cairo
Oil Co., returned from Nashville yesterday,
and is getting the mills rea Jy for the fall
and winter business. He is now on the
look-out for a first-class stationary engin
eer and machinist, to take charge of the
engine and machinery at the works.
The Democratic pole will be raised to
day if the weather will permit. It will be
a sight worth seeing. It will be the "nob
biest" pole in twenty-two states, and it
will be the proud bearer of the emblem of
success for the Democracy and good gov
ernment in this end of the state for years to
-Mrs. W. II. Ry returned Sunday
morning from St. Louis, where she had
. been to have an operatiou performed on
her little boy's eyes. His eyes became
badly crossed about a year ago, from some
lime falling from the ceiling. Dr. Light-
ner, of 1123 Washington avenue, perform
ed the operation, which wa a perfect suc
cess. The next aunual meeting of the South
ern Illin lis Press Association will bo held
at Sadler's op:ra liouse, Centralia, Thursday
and Friday, September 23th and 2(Hh.
Matters of interest to the prers in this sec
lion of the state will couie up for discus
sion. Railroads will ctrry passengers at
reduced rates. A good attendance is look
Marion is a "prohibition" town, but
on Monday morning, according to the
Egyptian Press of Thursday, "there were
ten cases of pi tin drunk in the police
court." Cairo with all her saloons has not
had thnt many cases 'of drunkenness on
her streets in any one day for twenty years
past. Yet Mr. Addison Davis would have
us believe that "Prohibition" prohibita.
Tlie engineer corps of the Illinois
Southern and lVlucah railroad aro now at
work re-locating the route between Mur
physboro and East St. Louis. It is dow
proposed to run the line via Ora, Ava, Ev
ansville and Red Bud. By this route the
line will be about fifteen mila shorter than
by the way of Chester, and the most ex
pensive part of the grading will be done
-The lovers of pure, unadulterated fun,
wit without vugUrity and dramatic action
that never flags, will hail with delight the
approaching engagement of the Flora
- i tt aw - .
Moore "Bunch of Keys" Co. Miss Mooro
is supported by a cast of artists unequalled
in the interpretation of genteel comedy.
The musical selections have been called
from the most popular airs of the day, and
rendered by cultured vocalists. The scenic
effects, including the Grand View Hotel
set which is a marvel of mechanical skill,
are entirely new and from improved de
signs, and well worth the pricu of adtnis-
sion alone. They appear at the opera
house October 1.
The position of coachman in a wealthy
family is now bou-ton. Since tho Moros-ini-Schelling
seiuation the drift of public
sentiment is leading.'in that direction. The
New York World, with all apparent stri
ousness,sserts: "The intelligence officers
and the different tmployment agencies re
port a most remarkable boom iu the coach
men's line. The"places are overrun by in
telligent men f all professionals, who wish
to obtain coachmen's situations. Many of
them are evidently persons of education and
refinement, who desire to rise in the world
and are tired of the drudgery of the counting-room,
the bank. 'and the legal profes
sion. For some unexplained 'reason they
have come to the conclusion that the posi
tion of coachman oilers unexampled op
portunities to young men."
At this season of the year the vegeta
rians never fail to come to the trout, and
the condition of the weather giiins for
them a tolerance which they tail to receive
at other times. Mr. F. P. Doremu?, presi
dent of the National Food Reform associa
tion, of England, is endeavoring to prop
agate the principles of vegetarianism on
this side of water. He claims that twelve
cents will supply a 'good dinner with the
following bill of fare : Soups, potato, tom
ato, bean, pea, turnip; solids, roast potato,
broiled beef, side of radish, r-priug pep,
string beaus, sirloin of cabbage, boneless
parsnip, corned turnip, haricot of celery;
desert, pumpkin pie, onion pie, potato cake
nd baked bea'u pudding. Mr. Doremus
claims that aside from the question of eco
nomy the vegetarian diet promotes peace.
Cats and dogs trained to eat vegetables be
come exceedingly tame. Give a cut his
cat-nip tea and a dog his favorite drink of
dog-wort, and the most attractive piice of
steak will be let alone. The point is made
by Mr. Doremm tint all il-bh is diseased
and unlit to eat. A branch of the English
vegetarian society has born orgimized in
America, and an active campaign in ils in
terests may be expected.
- II n. F. F. Albright and Capt. Thom
as concluded thoirjunt discussions at lHi
Quoin on the 2.-ih. At Cairo, Mound
City, Metropolis and Vienna Capt. Thomas
had it all his own way, but after that Mr.
Albright, having met the appointments he
had made previous to Capt. Thomas' publi
cation of the dates arbitrarily selected by
him for the j unt discussions, met the Capt.
at the other places indicated by him and
made if warm for him, if unbiased reports
are true. If tho joint discussion., did no
wore, they at least brought out the people
and awakened them to their duty in tho
coming election, which would not have
been so thoroughly accomplished by it sep
arate canvas-s of the candidates. Mr. Al
bright has made a more energetic canvass
than has been made for years by the Dem
ocratic uominco, and if all friends of the
Democratic cause in tho district, in each
county and in each precinct, do their duty
as ho has done and is doing if, there needs
he but little doubt that Capt. Thomas will
bo overwhelmed and washed out by the
Democratic Fountaiu. Tho central com
mittees and th-nudividual members there
of should go right to work iu their respect
ive localities and make things hum fixin
this time lorth.
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A GLOOMY OUTLOOK,
The Boors of Bechuanaland Vigor
ously Denounced For Break
The Identical Note of Garminy, Austria,
France and Russia Pointing to a
Crisis in Egypt.
Ammunition and Evidences of Conspiracy
Fouhd in a Belgian EJitui's
k GLOOMY OUTLOOK.
Loxiios, September Advices re
ceived from South Africa state that iu
Capetown, Grahamstown and several
other places, large and enthusiastic mass
meetings have been held, at which the
broken contracts o' commerce with tho
Boers In Bechuanaland were denounced
most vigorously. The terms of a mon
ster petition have been forwarded to the
home government, asking it to use Its in
fluence In compelling the Boers to live up
.to the treaty stipulations. The Times this
morning In commenting says: "England
can not allow the Boers to break proposi
tion upon proposition, and heap lusuit up
on lusult. Therefore it seems as if it were
best that England should withdraw al
together from South Africa." Other
morning papers also take a gloomy view
of the situation. Thev say: "Whether
we turn to Zululand, Trausvaal, Bechu
analand, Bisutoland, or to the Cape Itself,
the outlook is almost as black as can
L-ondox, September 2U. Two mem
bers of the family of Gilbert Leigh, M. P.,
who was found dead at the bottom of
Big Horn Mountains in the United
States on the Til lust., have departed
for New York in order to accompany the
I'ICKKO MKX KUI! I'liYI'T.
London, September I'll. Drafts from
the Guards, Household Cavalry and other
crack regiments, intended for service as
a camel corps in the Gordon relief expedi
tion, embarked to-day from Portsmouth
lllitNlilNi; AISOL'T A CRISIS.
Lo.vnox, September M. The identical
note of Germany, Austria, France and
Bussia protesting against the action of
the Egyptian Government In diverting
revenues set apart for the sinking fund
which was inteudc'd for liquidating the
I'aisse to the general Kgyptian Treasury,
Is tending toward brlugiug about a crisis
In Egyptiau uffairs.
Bkl-sskim, September ;'0. The Echo
yh1 l'riiMhl asserts that the poll-e have
lound urins, ammunition aud evldonco of
u conspiracy aaiiHt the stato In the
house of the editor of Li Xitionnle and
In the rooms of the llq.u'jllcau League.
It Is expected thut a number of
arrofits wid be made, us many names are
mentioned Iu the papers seized by tho
COxsi'ANTiNom:, September 2C
fiuarantlue upon Infected cholora ports
lias been lengthened to two weeks more.
BENT ON HL'KMXO.
Cleveland.O., Throat-uied With Destruc
Cleveland, (.)., September 2C laves
tlgatlon discloses an organized and most
villainous attempt to burn the business
center ol this city last night. Tho fire
du ai tment were first called to a slight
hlnzo In 'ho Excelsior Clothiers room In
tho Wllshlro Block. While ttiey were
Working hi ro a tire was tart d In a closet
In another part of t!u . ullding and an
other In a paasage-way l i tho adjao ut
Power Block. Both flros woro extin
guished, when it was discovered that fire
had been set t the l'lrst .'National Bank
building ou Superior street, and to tho
Immense Btovo works of Meyers, Osborno
& Co. near tho viaduct. Tho vigilance of
a night watchman alo ie prevented an
other disastrous conllagrailon. Humors
of other fires are heard all over the city;
Business men are intensely exalted.
Should any fire-bugs bee night the clothes
lines cut lrom the back yards of some of
our best citizens will bo numerous. Th
property losses reported are trifliug.
AltTUUlt 11K-S OM IX ATEI,
With No Reasonable Doubt of His Tri
New Yoiik, September 2C President
Arthur was seen by a reporter to-day at
Secretary Prcllughuysen's country home.
He said he had been living quietly,
though ho had transacted his regular
official business, members of bis Cabinet
coming over from time to time. He had
made no definite plans, but said he would
probably bo back to Washington somo
time next week. The President has been
In tho habit of visiting Frellnghuysea
every year, but has never before re
mained so long. This fact has stirred np
quite a buzz of gossip on the subject ol
his rumored eng goment to Miss Tillle
'Erellnghuysen. She is a tall, slender
young lady of the brunette type, graceful
in form, with a kind;y and not unhand
Disastrous Fire in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh, Pa., September 2C The
most extensive and destructive fire since
the Exposition buildings were destroyed
visited the South Side last nlgbt. AboiS
ten o'clock the fire broke out in Abel
Smith & Co.'s glass manufactory, corner
of First and Carson streets, and commu
nicated to the establishment of Robinson,
'ltea& Co., foundeis and engine builders.
Both places were totally destroyed. Their
losses amount to over 8175,000. In
surance about one-half. It Is not yet
known how the fire originated. The flro
department being unable to control the
flames, they are communicating with ad
Kaleigh, N. C, Septem&er 26. Gov
crnor Jarvis formally opened Raleigh's1
first tobacco warehouse yesterday. The!
first lot of tobacco sold at 820 perpopndi
the highest price ever paid lnthls'cftTrn-;'
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a liouse,
Advertise in The Caiko Bui.i.tTiN.
"POM SAI.K Ua.vdM-k Jump-oi-at rurrev.lint price
- $:45, now, (-nod jol), for gl.V). inquire (.r E A.
UOK SAI.h. N'ew Hume Sewing MacMiie r.u'ht
-- from tho factory, net nriceiriO for . K. A.
U(K SALK IVe Iikvh m rcrcTt-d a cr load of
A the Ol.'hr.wi'd Studohuker Wiieiinx, which cm
oH'cibI vitjt clrftp: h'hu iriv Imqir'i', nprltig
wiKone, &:. N. B. Tlllsri.K OUl) & HKO.
FHJlt UNT (,'uhiV ri'PKiriico pr"P rtv, p. cor.
8 and ll.lb o k Ave t'in v! tr.orv brick rest
diTceoflo r.Mun. tduLnut'y U Ichod Ic modem
MvIk: harn. on Imu .ci;. I,itr;e jaid with fruit
and ehruh'itrry. Ku.it mw ton irood tonntit.
M. .1. 1IUWLKY, Assent.
FOKRKNT-Tiilnriu, conitnndiuuH tom room
and biiKtMuc-ht on l,i-voe ot., below 8th ut., r
wntlv ocuupiitd by N. II. TMrtlewnnd t Bro.
M. J. IIuwi.ev, Agunt.
IpOIt RKN"r-K.'nldence property of Col. Jan. 8.
Kos'don on Fifteenth streel. Hongo contuing
tu room, Ins all neudud couv.nkncee and n la
good condition gcnciilly.
M..I. UOWLKY, Ucal Estate Agent.
At Auctiou Valuable Real Estate
At the trout door of the C iurt IIoum, In Cairo,
Illn., atUl'. Sl.,uu
WEDNESDAY tho Ut DAY of OCTOBER, 1884,
I will ofler for cale to tho highest bidder, the Jol
lowing, veryrielrublo property, via: Brick home
and lot &UIU0 feet, W&ohlngton avenue, adjoining
lirewury, block -M. Dwelling housu and lots 83,
At and 85, blork :W, Uh utreet. Dwelling house
and lot" 81 and 82. block T!l, Centre itreet. Lota
8 and 8. block 48, lot addlllou, Poplar street; lot
14, block 18, lat addition, near the New York more;
lot 82, hlockS), Uh alreut,
This U vurv desirable propoitv, situated In the
biisincKR centres or the city, and now that It la cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a great railroad
and commercial cliy, presents an oppottuuity for
Investment not likely to occur again.
TKKM8 H rash, bat. o and li months secured
with 8 pur cent Interest, or 8 percent off or cash.
Vot further information Inquire of
0. S. PIDOEON.
M. J. DO -VLEY, Agent.
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned HeiiiiL and'Agato Ware,
Binl Cages, Itotli Tubs, Water Coolers Si Ice Cream Freezers.
Apeiit for Ailains & Westlake Oil. Gasoliuo aud Gas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Il.iiinln.il Steel Plows, Chilled Pious, Walklue Cultivators.
uum oiicuei.i, r i.inu'iy, jut'., r.ic.
Nos. 27 &
TElvEPIION'K XC). UIO.
-Lendei's in Low IJ rices.
MUX'S & BUYS'
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130 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, JLL.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
-Jlamifactnre m and
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, .Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
RcpBiriiiR tloac on Short Notice in thtiir
cea uiore j-urcias-ng hscwIicm. The lnrgt st stock in the city at 123 Commercial Afe.
VVm. Ludwig & Co.
Commercial J Ol) Pl'mtei',
OFFICE:No. 78 Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLS,
Dealers in All Kinds of
Lino of Business. Examine goodB and pri-