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THE DAILY' UA1K0 BULLETIN; SUNDAY M0KN1NG, SEPTEMBEK 23, '18SL
"PALL AMMQOTCKMKWT !
We take pleasure of informing the trade and public in general that we have now received our complete new Fall and Winter Stock of Men's Nov' and ChiMmna rinH.in Vnmiuh
nr Goods. Hats and Cans. &c. of the verv latest Ktvlos. Owhi" to the stain nf thn mnrl-.f xihoh l.-.s h,' a f ffi i ' 1. 7 , , V1.111 'otInng, Juiinihh-
goods at very low figures, and by careful and judicious buying at hard pan prices together with close attention to the wants of our trade has secured'ns a stock, which in 'Tnmii 'S
rencral excellence cannot be eriualled. We call vour csoecial attention to our eWnnr lm. nf Mrn'.s and Yonfbs' "Pino m.,1 .Q,m,.s.. ,oi. p i i i.. a..: . vuinpituntss a
If nlf01' "SKS? ?d ncral.a PPearanco is equal to he .nest merchant tailor work. AN e positively guarantee a perfect fit in every respect. These (roods ram'p in S
iu tf..uw u sun. e i ae mem in cut-away ana straigm-uuuonea sack", and three and iour-buttoncd cut-away frock suit, which are made and trimmed in ele-ant stvles TWf
old ffoods that have been bought out from other stores when vou can ret fresh, new nrwl l,.ii'.-ill. iroods at tlip nrip. - nnnm i,iM,. ti,u i , v. .J ' l:un 1 imJ
and of the verv latest stvles. " ' 1 uultuj- mini xnc manutacturers,
MM OODS! TLRTB&Y STYLiESl
LOWEST PRICES f
All Wool Men's Suits, S5.00
All Wool Men's Suits, 6.QO
And our superior line of
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 more complete and liner line tlnn m
show this season. We mention a few bargains that cannot be bought at any other house in Cairo at double the price.
All Wool Child's Suits, S3. 50 I All Wool Child's Suits, 88.50 I All Wool Child's Suits, 84 50
We have a complete line of -Hoys' and Children's Odd Pants, Child's Waists in all grades, also unlaunderied Child's Waists.-Our stock of Furnishino- floods must be seen to be aimrechtpd
comprising many exclusive novelties shown by no other house. n 11 '
TT" A rn-i i i . -. - ...... . . .
xl.-Z. examine our
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNT
ENTERED AT THE CAIRO POSTOFFICE FOR
TRANSMISSION THROUGH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS BATES.
Judge llulkey passed through the city
yesterday for home.
The horse and buggy of Mrs. Antonia
Cella is advertised for sale ia special notice
Fre3h Oysters at Joe Steagitla's saloon
and restaurant, comer Sixth and commer
Judge R. S. Yocuin left last eveuing
for Grand Chain, to return again to-morrow.
On October 1st Miss Mildred lieattie
will be placed in chrugeof the central
office telephone exchange.
State's Attorney Angus Leek returned
yesterday from his professional trip to Mt.
Vernon and Indianapolis.
On account of a holiday the dry goods
store of J. Burger will be closed to-morrow
until 6 o'clock p. in. It
There will be the usual services to dy
at the Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian,
Catholic and BaptiU churches.
The CVmique band made music for the
Rrpsb!icns last night and drew interested
tilieccts in different parts of the city.
Bjb Catties, formerly agent of the C.
Jc V. R. R. at Ciiro, arrived in the city
with Lit wife yesterday on a visit to rcla
tiv and friends. Mrs. Castk-s is a daugh
ter of M. B. Ilarrell.
Capt T. M. Kimbrough, of the Waver
ly hotel, has leased the new brick house at
the corner, next Joor to his hotel, and will
open a saloon in the front room, Bnd let the
room up stairs in connection with his ho
tel. Tl Ej- ;'i!!4& meetin" at the court
house lui tlst wis much interferred with
by the o&iUnt rain. Yet there was a fair
attendance to hear Mj. Connelly speak,
and the audience was well pleased with the
Our readers will note a change in the
advertisement of C. W. Henderson this
morning calling attention to his large stock
of heating stoves. lie has them in all
styles and at all prices. No one can fail to
be suited wha examine his well selected
The Lucis'er and Rice company are
prolucing ail the fancy woodwork tor a
fine residence that is about to be erected
at New Burnsi le, by Mr. J. A. Smith, the
P03tmaster. the house will be similar in
design to the new residence of Cipt.
Shields, on Walnut street.
Officer Dunn answered the warrant
sworn out against him by the man Lun-gers-Uausen,
charging him with wrongful
ly arresting and detaining the said L.-II.
But plaintiff did not appear and the officer
wai diacharged. Luugers IIausen then
wore out another warrant which had not
been served last night.
Smith & Brinkmeyer having just re
ceived a complete stock for a first-class
merchant tailor establishment, consisting
of the best and latest designs of all the
foreign makes of woolen cloths, cassiineres,
I etc., which they will di t the lowest
figure and guarantee aitial action. Please
call and bare jour first choice while the
Stock il full.. au&tb3w
-Beginning with to-morrow night Dem
ocrat are to hoi J meetings for organiza
tion ia each of the five wards of the city,
Chad man Shields publishes a card else
Where which should hi heeded . by every
Fine Goods at prices that defy
large stock'. e make it a point
& SO.TST, Prop:
Democratic voter in the city, in order that
the party may turn out in full force on the
lGth and give the next Governor, "Our
Carter," Chicago's ''best manager," the
grandest reception ever given to a candi
in this end of the Btate. The Democrats
can do it if they will try- but will they?
The stockholders of the Msjor Wagon
Manufacturing Company met yesterday
and organized by electing Mr. Geo. Par
sons, president; Mr. Henry We'.ls, secretary;
Mr. Jno. lajor, manager; and Messrs.
Henry WeT!s, Jno. A. Miller, J. P. Thistle
wood and Chas. 0. Patier, as board of di
rectors. The stock of the company is
$10,000. The company will commence
active operations .this week about Wednes
day. It will use the establishment of Mr.
Jno. Major as it is for the present, but will
irke additions and improvements in the
course of time. It will push the business
vigorously and produce a vehicle that will
f peak for itself wherever it may go. There
is every reason to believe that the company
will prove to be one of Cairo's biggest in
stitutions before miny years.
The following actually occurred at
Little Rock last season: While the Flora
Maore "Bunch of Keys" Co. were perform
ing in Little Rock, where Grimsey strikes a
match on Snagg's head, the audience and
company on the stage were somewhat sur
prised at the objections raised to the act by
a bald headed mm in the audience. One
of the ushers explained the tituation and
apparently- cooled bis wnth; but when the
tough man mcktd a nut on the landlord's
betid, he again became boisterous, and
stated to the audience that it was an out
rage that the iuGrmities of mankind
should be hyld up to ridicule. It becime
necessary to remove the gentleman so as to
allow the comedy to proceed. Ruder has
tickets and reserved seats on sale. Call
early, us they are being taken up fast.
Prof, and Mrs. Hagau's portrait school
will open nuxt Mond.iy morning. In this
school there is a guaranteed sue less, no
pay being required till the close of the
term, and all the material used during the
course is furnished free of charge. Prof.
Hagan is an experienced artist, is the au
thor and inventor of the "nagan System,"
which has created such a furor among the
citiz;r.8 of Paducah and Henderson, Ky.,
snd throughout the state of Illinois. He
bears testimonials from among the very
bet members of Jacksonville and Mattoon
society. The success that is guaranteed
mean' the greatest accomplishments a lady
0' a gent can possess, as well as the most
profitable profession. In short, Prof. Ua
gan's propositions have the true ring, in
strong contrast with that of others hereto
fore, and we predict for him a grand suc
cess in Cairo.
The sheriff of Augusta, Mo., passed
through the city last evening, havin" in
charge the young man captured at Marion,
Williamson county, III who called out a
young man from auntry dance near Au
gusta and shot him dead, he claims in self
defense. The prisoner was placed with
J:lor Cuin for safe keeping until the de
parture of the I. M. night passenger train.
The sheriff of Marion shot at the prisoner
several times in the chase after him. The
prisoner seems to bo of happy turn of mind
and sports, as he occupies his leisure mo
ments while In jail, at Murphysboro. where
he has been confined for safe keeping the
past week; and in our city jail he spent his
time singing and dancing. He sava ho has
learned from a fellow prisoner at Murphys-
ooro, who is just from the Missouri pen
several weeks, that more comfort and mon
ey are to be h .d inside the pen walls thun
outside, if one is sharp enough to steal it
and not be caught. The prospects now are
the young man will interview a hemp fac
tory instead of the Missouri pen.
I All Wool Men's Fine Suits, ST.50
I All Wool Men's Fine Suits, S.oO
competition. The above goods,
to have the very latest styles,
It will prove beneficial
Two Collisions of Freight Trains
Which the Engineers Were
Both Firemn Seriously Injurod-A
Third Engineer Fatally Hurt.
Teoria, III., September SC. A dread
ful accident occurred on the Peoria &
Rock Island Road ueur Dunlap, in this
county, last night. Three freight trains
left Rock Island near the same time. Close
to Dunlap there Is a heavy grade, and
the tlrst freight, being unable to accom
plish the ascent was aided by the engine
of the second train. Having helped the
first train up the grade, a signal man
was seut back to flag; the third section,
but his signals were either not seen
or misunderstood, and while the second
section was being bactd In order to
make a run for the hill, the third, run-
mug ai a uign rate ol
same purpose, crashed
The llreman of the
was seriously injured:
speed for the
Into Its rear,
JBicnael Kadisan. of this cltv. was in
stantty killed, and the caboose and a
stock car full of cattle on the second
train were consumed by lire. A stock
man, name unknown, on the second
train, was dangerously injured and the
eutire train budly wrecked.
Aaother Collision, With 8iiallar Cas
ualties. Baltimore, Md., September 27. A
collision ot freight trains on the Western
Maryland Ral road occurred early this
morning, a short distance north ot Pul
ton Station. William Qulgley, the engi
neer, was burned fauby, and Henry
Kappes, the fireman, was badly cut and
bruised. rive freight cars werl
Another Ensrineer Fatally Irjured.
Lexington, III., September 27. As a
special passenger train was approaching
this place to-day the "Connecting rod of
the engine broke. It was forced through
the cab, and fatally injured Kugiueer
To TeBt the Nw Steel.
Reading, Pa., September 2X. gyn
dlcate has been formed for experiment
ing in the new process of manufac
turing steel to compete with the Besse
mer process. The patentee Is James
Henderson, or Behefonte, l'a. The new
product is an open hearth steel, differing
iu this respect from the Bi-ssemer. It Is
albo said to excel the latter In pliability
durability aud toughness. It is claimed
tuat it will take the place of hammered
and rolled Iron altogether.
Grain and Provisions.
SATL'KDAY, SEPTEMIlEIt 27, 188.
COTTON-SU-ady; middling, .t.ou..
r LOUK-Stoudy : XXX U) cuoico. laYi A3 31
patents. M.l.V(t.".l"i. - '.jj,
N"uS..H.K'rS N- 2 KUJ' W
OATs-Steudy: No. -S. Sr,Vt7!-0a
Hye SU'udy; No. a. MVJo
Tobacco- inn; (uitu; cunminn tn .!,.,
ttf.tWdlU.UO; lout; common ?rtUM Wtol
HAY-Prulrie .!).() tor prime to choloa
new: ciovor mixed. . j'r m,,?on w
cy"Ll5w"0W U,U0,"y W-W-Ws "n.
&Kto: dairy, choice to luuuy, fji
grades nominal. -u, low
dimnf ,SU'"'lyi f''CBh Bt0ck' ,,iu P
oTATOKH-Su-ii1y, at Si'-iOo nor buthol
POKK-Stoady, now moss? tin. '
L-aud Vulot: prlmo Blonm. 7?i&7;e
11 clour nun, iOSllo, all puckH. "
rSSfu,,w,tNhu?0"o,0o i!i'ot fair..
KfcJSoi dinirjr and low a jwe, Unwimhoi -Choice
medium, ai'4ifj3ic: irood
averaifo, liVdinoj heavy 143 Wo: Z 01 hS V-
HiiiKS-HiKhor mid firm; dry Hint, hk,..
il'iimiKed, WHoi bulla or sihkh-II nt j.ki'
MilHH, (to; irluo Stock, ftc. Q rc.-n-nal o,, . S
damat.,,7c: vualcair skliw, lle: builinr
.1 'Lr ' Weak; jrroon. WWoi dry
i.7?0- ? t0 a'."0'"'tnd quality or wooij
E "'""''"""s.lWfrSUot early sheared. 31
Wei green lamb kkliM. Mitifiu.
at the prices we name, will cost
and you can lmd something to
to yourself as well as us.
Wheat Hitrher: October, 7fie; o-,-rm!i'r.
M)',c: December. K."c; Jan-
I a y, M'4e.
1 '(mix-Higher: September, 7!c: Oetolior,
iTe; November. 4T',c; year, 4USe; Mav,
ys Sternly: September, 25'ic: Octob t.
ir,c; November, Si'ic; year, 25 .c:
M;IV, - '8c.
1'KHK-SteHily; October, tK.(W; year, tll.U.-,;
January, f ll.ttt.
LAUo-Iliher; Soptomber, $T.4U; Octoder.
r.W; November, T.U!S.
Shout Ki as September, ; October.
Wheat Firmer: No. 2 Ited. Spptcinter,
c; October, site; November, WJ3,c; He
eember, W'te; January, 5c.
Cokn Fir.iier; September, fiue; October,
ide; Novemlter, Isj.c; December. .11 4c i Jan-
II arc, 4M4.
oat- Weaker: Soplember, Ul'ic; October,
ill V; November, liic.
I.ivo Stock Markets.
Hons Hecelpts, B.C-iO: market active; prnol
I'r.ides steady : common and medium .Vtfliw
lower; lilit, f 4.9 &5.10; routrb packing. .'D
heavy packing and eliippliijf, fS.lOj
t-'ATTl-e-Hex-elpt. 2.011; uwy; market '
food and .tr.n; eport. t4.:)4l.t); trniN)
to choice, jti.OX'V'..': common to fair, i4.V
B-Wi; 'i'exans. f.'i.704.7u.
SiiEEf Itecelpia, OOJ; aiealy; common to
Cattlk I'nchiinn'od; fulr to mr ilium
stira, tSci&UO; Iwht tiutchirs' $4,151410.
SriEKp and r.AMiui-1'iictianKiii; eoiinnon
to fair, Ml.ta; extra, f4.ii4.40.
Himjs Dull: irMKl to choice Yorkern. $.1.15
&.0U; IlKht mixed, M.:04i5.65;, Rood med
ium, fiiiJ.iri; pijfs, $4.l.Vii5.()i).
Cattle Receipts, 3,nu); steady; x
porto, pYiiH.M; good to choice shipping; $r,.;j
); common to medium, $juii..30; irrat-g
Terns steers, $:i.:iu.'a3.7.1.
Hons KeceipU, K.Vfl; market weak and 10
iiic lower; lfuofai7 to ti pounds average.
5.:i5.(: mainly, $J.3iint5.4.
Siikp Rooe.ipis, 4'.; mnrkit quiet; na
tives, 1 pounds avemtre, $3.25.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw York, Srpttmbor 27. Money. per
eont.; liar silver, llo. Slocks quiet un
ltron durlnif pist hour; ehaiiKes sliKht.
Threes, 1U0S, 4S. lli'4; 4S, 12-i5 l aritic 08
of5 StnolfM this artoniiHin were llrm
until after two o'clock, when New York ( en
rml declined tnJiy tho lowest of the wtek.
Other active -h uin fell off in ympn.thy. At
rinse market w .s llrm, ith St. I'uul as feu-
FOK SALE Hsyrtnck Jump-seat mrrey. list price
$.'45, new.gaod job, for IM. Inquire of K A.
1 ?01l SALE. New Home Sewing Machine right
from the factory, Itat price $.'iU for $:3U, . A.
FOR SALE .Hsyilock 1'hactun, new. lint nrlce
f-m. for $1U."..-Inquire of E. A. Burnett, Bulle
FOK UBNT Cnhle residence property, i. e. cor
3ntl Uolbiook Ave Kmc t Hon brick rei
denceoflO tonrni, elegantly fl'iUhod Ic modern
tvle; T)arti,out-lionei!. etc. Large yard with fruit
and thrubery. Kent low to a ttoori tenant.
M. .I.HOWLKr, Agent.
RENT The large, commodlon more room
and basement on Lve t., below 8th at., re
ccntly occupied by H. JI. Thtntlewood & Bro.
M. J. IIowi.iv, Agent.
FOR RKNTR!ldonr.e property of Col. Jae. 8.
Kea-dun on Fifteenth etruut. Honae coutalna
ten roonif, baa all needed couv nlencee and ia In
good condition gene'ally.
M. J. HOWLET, Real Eitate Agent.
CAIRO' S TAR LAUNDRY.
I wonid reapectfiilly announce to the cltlzena of
Cairo that I hav opened and am carrying on a
flnt claa laundry In the rear or Winter'a Block,
on Seventh alrcet, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work In my line in a miperior and work
mannbtp ft) It, defying competition and at reason
ale figure. All wmk guaran eed, aud prompt
payment If any goods areloit.
N. B. Entrance to lanndry, through he private
entrance to Winter'a Block. ; !t.3m
At Auction Valuable Keul Estate
At tuo front door of the C mrt IIouh i, In Cairo,
Ilia., at 2 V. M., on
WKDNESDAYthe lt DAY nf OCTOBER, 1884.
1 will oflor for tale to the blghet b'ddcr, the fol
lowing, very daKlrablo properly, via: Brick hjnao
and lot 34XUM feet, Wanhliigtou avenun, adjoining
Browerv, block 21. Dwelling houaw and lola b:i,
44 and 85, block ), Ulh nre.it. Dwelling honao
and lot 81 and 82. block TU, Centre atrnet. Lota
2 and 3. block 1(1, lt addition. Poplar atreet; lot
14, block 1H, lt addition, near the New York (tore:
lot 82, block , liih atreet,
Thla lever? dealrablo prope tv, altnated In tho
bualnoaa contrea or the city, and now that it U cer
tain Cairo will aueedlly brcomo a great railroad
and commercial city, prvacnta an opfoituolty for
lnventment not likely to occur again.
TERMS M caah, bal. 6 and 12 monthi aecured
with Spur cent Interoat. or 3 por cent oil for caah
For further information Inquire of
O. B. PIDQEON.
M. J. ROWLEY, Agent.
All V ool . Men's Fine Suits, SIO.OO
lLlegaiit Cassimero Suits, 2. 5Q
at any house in Southern Illinois at least 3.") ner cent more
please you in our large assortment. Don't fai
Grand Display lew Fall Dress Goods
Popular Reliable Cash
-DRY GOODS HOTTSJS
Largest and most attractive display of Silks, Satins, Bro
cades, f reiich and English All Wdol'Dress Fabrics ever
shown in this city. Everything new, bright and fashion
able. ISo shop-keepers to be seen anywhere in our stock.
See our Great Bargains in Black and Colored Silks at 60, 75c and $1.00.
leffant Brocades at 50, 75c, $1.00, 11.25 and $1.50.
Kxt.a Voality Madams, all silk, at $1.25 and $1.50.
All Wool iilllnar Dress Goods at 10, 12j; and 15c
Eqtra Quality :6-in. English Oliashmere at 25c
U-m. All Wool French Dress Flannel at 50c
Elegant All Wool French Plaids at 75b, $1.00 and $1 25.
regain ijinen i iaiu Ladies- tiotns very low.
NEW FALL SHADES IN KID GLOVES.
3-button Kid. warranted, $100 per ir. I G-lmtton Mosquitare, $1.60.
7-hook Kid, warranted, 1.50 " Every idar warranted not to rip.
These gloves have no equal for money. We solicit a visit of inspection and
cuaractee prices against all competition. Samples mailed to any address.
CHAS. E. STUART
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RAMES, -:- TIN,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Afrent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and (Jas "toves, Detroit
hafe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Sliellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
uih oueiiers, rianiers, r.ic, tic.
Nos. 27 & 38,
TKLKPIIONK NO, iZO.
Leaders in Low 2?ricos.
MEN'S & BOYS'
i?0 Commercial Avenue,
E. A. BURNETT,
OFFICE:t-No. 78 Ohio
1 to give us a call.
and A gate Ware,
Coolers & Tee Cream Freezers.
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.