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THE DAILY UAlttQ BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1884.
15.00 to $30.00 a suit. We have them in cut-away and straight-buttoned sack, and three and four-buttoned cut-away frock suit, which are made and trimmed in elegant styles. Don't buy
old goods that have been bought out from other stores when you can get fresh, new and desirable goods at the prices we name below. These are new goods directly from the manufacturers
and of the very latest styles. . , '
AVe take pleasure of informing the trade and public m general that we have now received our complete new Fall and Winter Stock of Mcii'm, Bojk' .and Children's Clothing, Furiiish
ing Goods, Hats and Caps, &e., of the very latest styles. Owing to the state of the market which has been such as to afford cash buyers unparalleled opportunities of securing excellent
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 us a stock, which in completeness and
general excellence cannot be. equalled. We call your especial attention to our elegant line of Men's and Youths' Fine and Superior make of Ready-made Suits of the very latest styles and
patterns, which for make, fit and general appearance is equal to the finest merchant tailor work. We positively guarantee a perfect fit in every respect. These iroods ranp in from
AJl Wool Men's Suits, B5.00
All Wool Men's Suits! G.OO
And our superior line of Fine Goods at prices that defy
Don't fail to examine our stock
All Wool Child's Suits, S2. 50
We have a complete line of Roys' and Children's Odd Pants,
I-IATS.-Examinc our large stock. We make it a point to have the very latest styles, and you can find something to please you in our large assortment. Don't fail to rv us a call
It will proe beneficial to yourself as well as us. n
CHICAGO ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
OFFICIAL PAPEK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
RXTERKD AT THE CAIUO T09TOFF1CK FOR
. TRANSMISSION TH HOUGH TDK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
Additional locals cm third pugf.
Mr. J. W. Scott is back homo from the
-Somitliiug which tveiybody takes liA
Bunch of Keys."
Mrs. C. W. Bradley returned Sunday
from Evansville, where she had been so
j mrning for sc veral weeKB.
Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atone
ment, was observed yesterday by nearly all
our Jewish fellow citizens.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Mr. W. W. Wright will make a busi
ness trip to Memphis this week, and will
be gone probably several weeks.
They are still at work ou the Illinois
Central incline at East Cairo, extending the
track down under water and driving pil
ing. MibS Fior. Moore m "Teddy K"j s,''
the central figure, must be seen to be ap
preciated. The five year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Lovett died Sunday morning early
and was buried at Villa Kidgo y.-sW rdny
Mr. Geo. S. l'idgcon is in the city
Will bo present at his auction sale of real
estate which takes place at M. J. Flowiey's
Prof. Edward Mus.n arrived in the
city yesterday and will go to work at once
to organize his dancing classes '01 the fall
and winter season.
The rise in the river has caused a
Miss. V. T. Co. bargo that had lain
staunched at East Cairo for some time, to
float oft" and down the river last evening
After the first of October the slop
gatherer will make only two rounds per
week, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Citi
zens should govern themselves accordingly.
Tho appointments made at Fnirfield
M. E. conference Monday were as follows
KiV. Mr. Iloyt, for Cairo; Rev. J. A. Scar-
ritt, to Alton; and Rev.- Mr. Jlouse, to
M und City.
During the eight hours ending it 2
o'clock p. m. yesterday the ninfall here
measured 1.44 inches. The total fall for
the twenty-four hours ending last night
was about three inches.
Texas farmers hiVo been suffering for
rain for week. The rain of the last several,
day here, had it fallen there two weeks
ago, would have added thousands of dollars
to the produce wealth of (he state.
Tho Ideal League will give a party
. Thursday evening next at their club rooms
in honor or M.ss Maud Ritteuhouse the
BccrcUry of the club who leaves for St.
Louis next Sunday to attend the art
Bchool. The invitations Will he out during
the day. jt
Judge RobiiisonV weather prophet
promises continuance of the exquisitely
abominable weather that has prevailed for
a week past. Judge Robinson Is compel
cd to keep bis almanac under lock and key
in order to protect it against violence from
the disgruntled populace.
M wager 0. W. Davis, of tho Oil
Mills, will put a force of men at work to-
thy, preparing the mills for a big run. Ho
thinki all will be ready to start in about
twenty days, and in the meantime lie will
devote himself rigorously to procuring a
of these goods, comprising all the latest styles. We make a specialty of these goods, and we
show this season. We mention a few bargains that cannot be bought at any other house
& SON, Props.
large quantity of seed, so that he may have
a full supply on hand to last for the entire
season's run, before the rivers get so high
that the raw material can not be procured.
The mills wiil start up on double time,
two gangs of men being employed, one at
night, the other during the day.
Two white men had a bad light in a
house on Thirteenth street Sunday fore
noon. One of them, Sam Strong, a steam
boatman, and generally known iiB a hard
case, was-in the hiuue when the other, a
young stranger named Wins. Young, of
Carmi, came in. Strong immediately be
gan a quarrel, and being replied to in
kind, drew a sharp dagger and pounced
upon Young, who drew his pistol iu stdf
defense. Strong inflicted several bad cuts
on Young's face, oie clear acrots his cheek
and one through his tipper lip; and Young
fired one shot, the ball passing through
Strong's ear and through the muscle of the
neck just back of and below the eftr.
Young's coat was also badly slashed in
half a dozen places. Tho men then drop
ped their weapons and clinched, and about
this time Officer McTigue canx- upon them
and after a severe struggle succeeded in
parting them and phring them under ar
rest. Strong whs taken to the nilaboosc
and Young was conducted to the office of
Dr. Parker who dressed his wounds, and
he was tb"ii given in cli!trui of Constable
Martin, who is guarding him until he shall
have been examined and given bail if call
ed ou to do so. The examination will
probably take place to-day. i
With this issuu of The Hcixetis Mr.
E. W. Thielecke severs his connection with
the paper, and by the time this announce
ment reaches the public, he will be on his
way to Lock Haven, Pa., where he expects
to join his brother, Ernest, ia the publica
tion of a daily and weekly Democratic pa
per. Having spent seventeen years in this
city, the greater part and by far the most
pleasant part of his life, he naturally finds
it painful to leave, even though in doing so
he is tempted by a reasonably certain
prospect of pecuniary advantage. His ca
reer on l he Uulleti.n dates hum 1880,
and during the nearly four years included
cd in that period he ha9 had much rea
son to feel grateful to the public Tor its
kindly consideration. He will dismiss his
work during this time with the hope that
tlie friendship of his friends and the char-
!...( n ii
nyoi an win serve to shield him against
harsh judgments for whatever weaknesses
he may hare shown. He leaves with the
kindest feelings f..r Cairo and her people,
with a firm faith in her ability to be safe,
strong and prosperous, in epitc of circum
stancjs that douni her neighbors to wretch
ecimss ana rum: and he will ruke advan
tage of every opportunity, wherever lie may
oe, to counteract, so tar as he
imy, whatever prejudices may exist
in ttie popular mind elsewhere
against Cairo. It is ju-t mir-sible that tlm
hopes which now inspire him will not be
realized fully, or that the disappointment
will outweigh the fulfilment, in which case
he would be very apt to do as many, many
other Cairoites have done before, and return
"home," even though assured that no fatted
calf awaited him, but ouly tho friendships
which he had left behind. Ho takes this
opportunity to bid those of Jim friends
whom he has not been able to see personal
ly, a regretful farewell.
The sale of real estate advertised bv 0.
8. Pidgeon at 2 p. m. on Wednesday,
wci. it, win take place at M. J. Howlcy"
office in Winter's Bbcfc on 7tt. Kt,n,. in
stead of at the Court Huvue.
Don't forget the tinio and place or you
will be sorry when it is too Ute. 2t
LOWEST FRIZES J
I . A.11 "Wool Men's Fine Suits, & 7.5 O
I All Wool Men's Fine Suits, S.5Q
competition. The above goods, at the prices we name, will cost
I All Wool Child's Suits, I All Wool Child's Suits", 84.5Q
Child's Waists in all grades, also unlaunderied Child's Waists. Our stock of Furnishing Goods must be seen to be appreciated
comprising many exclusive novelties shown bv no other house. ' '
A Negro Skinned Alive for a Crime
Which He Never Com
mitted. A Mob Bent on the Taking of Human Life
Put to Confusion By a Sudden
Flood of Light.
The Cleveland Incendiaries A Bone o)
Contention Outwitted by
Reid, Etc., Etc.
A Diabolical Outrage.
New Orleans, La., September 29.
Trustworthy Information has been re
ceived from West Carroll Tarish that a
negro named Bob Henderson was arrest
ed last week charged with horse-stealing.
He was overtaken, by a party of white
men and hanged by the wayside, but was
cut down before life was extinct-and was
then cut with a sharp Jastroment from
his hsels to the back of his head on both
sides. The Sheriff corroborates the
statement of the cutting or attempt
ed skinning, as some peope term it, he
having earnied the negro. Warrants
have been issued for the arrest of the
persons who are mli to be the parties to
this crime. The horse which was al
leged to have been 6tolen, had not been
disturbed. It having .been found in its
owner's pasture. The Sheriff has been
very diligent In bringing the perpetrators
tj justice. The victim Is now ut Floyd
and the scars i Lis person corroborate
A Mob Whloa Dreadfed the Light.
Dayton, ()., September 29. Henry
Slopy was murdered at Middle-town Sun
day afternoon hy Sandy Jackson, a tough
of the town. Jackson was drunk aud at
tempted to stir up a tow with S'.opy, who
ran away, and was struck iu the back of
the jaw with a rocK which broke
his Beck. The missile was thrown
by Jackson. A young fellow named
JobD Flaherty was arrested accused of
complicity In the murder with Jackson.
Threats of lynching were made and a
crowd soon gathered about the jail,
w hich was guarded by the police. Great
excitement prevailed. The mob In
creased In number until about midnight.
The signal for the lynching to take placo
was the puttin? out of the electric dght.
When this was done the mob approached
the jail with ropes and weapons to forco
an entrance, but some one turned on the
electric llgftt, and the mob having no
More Incendiary Fixes iat Cleveland.
Cleveland, 0., September 2:1. There
were three more incendiary fires last
night and this morning. At midnight a
furniture factory was lired, but tbo
fl mes were extinguished before any
great damage was done. Two houses at
159 Root street were fired at an early
hour this morning and damaged to
the extent of 100. A shoe factory on
Pcnrl street was also fired, hot the flumes
wcro discovered and promptly extin
guished. The police have made many
urrests of suspi :ioui characters during
tho past twenty-fourhours. One man was
caught this morning as he was crawling
l ito the cellar of u large brew ing estab
li'hmcnt. Tho excitement is Increasing
hourly, and a public indignation meeting
will probably be held to-night.
Charged With Incendiarism.
Port lan r, Ore., September 29. Sat
urday J. W. Wilson and Warren Mounts
wero arrested at Dayton, W. T., on a
charge of arson. Dayton was visited a
few days ago by an Incendiary 510,000
fire. It Is claimed that Wilson and
Mounts set fire to their places of business
to obtain tho Insurance money. Both
are In custody. The cltlzcns.are greatly
Sambo Only a Bone of Contention.
Nasiwili k, Tknn., September 29. A
report comes from Humphreys County
that trouble Is brewing between whites
andb'acks near Cohen's -Springs. It Is
said a number. of negroes have left that
Ticlnlty bo:ane they had been ordered to
da. 80. JMXC8!;UieA.llthaiJairaera
any orner nouse
give employment ' to" these" ilegroTiT be
cause thev work cheap, und that the
laboring class are thus prevented from
O utwitted by Held.
Nuw York, September 29. The Cen
tral Labor Union received yesterday the
report of Typographical Union ifo. C on
the failure of Its negotiations to end the
Triliune strike. The report said that
Iteld had conceded everything the print
ers asked for and then had made stipula
tions on his part tbat totally nullified all
of their force. The committee hen n
lused to treat with Held. The boycotting
of the Tribune will continue.
Wild Animils at Large.
Xorkoi.k, Va., September 29. Wbllc
John lioblnson'a circus was on the way
to this city yesterday two black tigers,
the only black ones In the country, es
caped from their cages through the ven
tilating holes, and after killing two per
forming goats took to the woods In Nor
lolk county. Searching parties are now
out, and great fears are entertained in
Fire Chief Killed,
Cincinnati, (., September 29. Joseph
Banker, Chief of the City Fire Depart
ment, died at his residence at 0:30 this
morning as the result of Injuries received
by bekig -thrown from his buegy yester
day -morning. When he was on his way
to a fire at Front and l'lke his vehicle
collided with a Babcock cxtinsuisher and
he was rhrewn to the ground and Injured
Latrobe, Pa., September 29. At a
late hour last night the heavy boilers oi
the Millwood Coal Company, near Dcrry
Station, exploded, entirely demolishing
th bolter-house and snrronodlng build--lngs.
Jno. Hanna, the fireman, was in
Uinily killed, and several others more oi
leas aenonsly Injured. The, loss to tho
caal 'company Is about $50,000. Xocpuse
is known for the explosion.
FOK KALE Haydotk Jumpn-at mrrey. lift price
$i4", nuw, gao'd Job, for gl.V). Inquire of K A.
IIOK SALE. New Hume Scwlnsj Machine right
from the factory, hut price $W fur E. A.
F OH SALE. Ilaydock l'haeton, new, ltt price
$ano. for $1:2). Id quire of E. A. Burnett, Bulle
FOH U8NT Cuhl'e residence property. . e. cor
S and llollitook Ave. Fine i utorj brick resi
dence of 10 rooms, elegantly HnUhed in modern
tyle; bgrn,oat-hous"'e, etc. Large yard with fruit
sod ahrubery. Rent low to a (rood tenant.
M. .1. 1IOWLKV, Agent.
FOK RENT The large, onimodioua store room
and basement on Leve St., below 8th et., re
cently occupied by N. IS. ThMlewood St Bro.
M. J. IIowi.it, Agent.
If OR RENT-Residence property of Col. Jas. S.
llea-den on Fifteenth tlreet. l.'onee contains
ten room, has all needed conv.niences and la In
good condition gene-allv.
M.J. HOW LEY, Real Entatc Agent.
CAIUO STAR' LAUNDRY.
I would respectfully announce to the cltlzeuaof
Cairo that I hHVr opened nrid m carrying on a
first class lannd.)' In tbe renr of Winter's lilock,
on Seventh sired, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work in mv line in u superior and work
manship st.v U. defying compi titlon and at reason
able flgties. Ali wo k gunran eed, and prompt
payment If any goods are lost.
MARY HEWN ELY.
JJ. R. Entrance to laundry, through theprivate
entrance to Winter's ltlock. ' ', iil-am
At Auction Valuable Ileal Estate
Al the Iron t door of the C iurt Uoufi'j, In Cairo,
lllc, Kt21'. M.,n
WKDN'ESDAYthH lt DAY of OCTOBER, 1884,
1 will ofler for mlcto tho hluliciHt bidder, the tot
lowing, wry delrblu prnpuriy, vl&: Brick h.me
and lot !HxlK feet, Washington avunui, adiolulng
Brewery, block 'Hi. Dwelling liouxu and lot Hi),
Siand&j. block W, Tit h street. Dwelling bonne
and lot 81 and 8!i. block Til, Centre atreot. Lota
2 and 3, block 40, let addition, l'uplur street; lot
14, Mock IK, lt addition, near the Nuw York more;
lot blocks1), l-itb street,
Thlalavcr? desirable property, situated In the
business centres of the city, and now that It is cer
tain Cairo will sncidily nccomo a great railroad
unrt commercial city, presents an opuoitunity for
lnvetmeut not likely to orcur acaln.
TKI'.MS H casb, bal.d and l'J months secured
wltb 8 per cent interest, or 8 per cent off for cash.
For further Information inquire of
O. 8. PI DO EON.
M. J. DOWI.EY, Agent
I All "Wool Men's Fine Suits, R to OO
I liUe-ant, Cassiniere Suit, Q.do
at any house in Southern Illinois at least per cent. more.
can say we never had a more
in Cairo at double the price.
m L.airo at double tne pri
WM. LUDWIG & C0
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Rags, Miawl Strajis,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOK THE NOVELTY TJ5UNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in thoir Line of Busiiites. Exirulno goods and pri
ces Li-lore purchasing tlsewlicre. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial A?e.
"Win. JvuHviix & Co.
STOVES, -:- BADGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned X$c?rlin and -Agate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Jce Cream Freezers.
Asrent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Onsolitic and Gas toven, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking1 Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
lUb. Li l OO, CAIUO, 111.
'J'KI.EPIKJNH NO. :0.
Ieaders in Low .TJriees.
MEN'S & BOYS
136 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
Commercial Job Printer,
OFF1CE:-No.' 78 Ohio Leyee. CAIRO, ILLS.
complete and finer line th:
Dealers in All Kind of-