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He take pleasure ot inlonnin- the trade and public in -eneral that we have now received our complete new Fall and Winter Stock of Men's, 1W and Chi1,l.v.,, ni n n
in- Goods, Hals and Caps, Are ot (he very latest styles. Owin- to the state of the market which has been such as to afford cash huyers unparalleled oirtS Clothing, 1 iirmsh
g.KMls at. very low f.-ures and l,y caivful and judicious l.uyin- at hard pan prices together with close attention to the wants of our trade has secured us a s clc vS? ; BCCIII'I? cxcelk'11
general excelknce cannot W. eMualled. We call your especial attention to our elegant line of Men's and Youths' Fine and Superior make of Ready-made Suits f 1 . J J Til I ! i
patterns, winch for make, tit and general appearance is equal to the linest merchant tailor work. Wc positively guarantee a perfeot lit in every reso.rt Thr. ,( l styles and
U! ;',Uf a JV Ijavo them in cut-away and straight-buttoned sack, and three and foui-buttoned cut-away frock suit, which are made and trimmed in clen S" ,,"(v,,m
old goods that have been bought out f mm other stores when you can get fresh, new and desirable goods at the prices we name below. These are new L'oods directlv fro n S r 1 bl,y
and ol the very latest styles. h 1 U1C 1,Kmulacturers,
.All Wool Men's Suits, S5.00
-All Wool Men's Suits, G.OO
And our superior line of
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
Don't fail to examine our stock 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
A 11 Wool Ohilrl'jii Sm'fa ffiQ riO I A 11 Wl rK,'l,l'w QhUlj rtrv
We have a
complete line of Hoys' and Children's Odd Pants,
H ATS.Ene 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 '
It Avill prove beneficial to vours(df as well as us. ' " ' 1 us a call.
CHICAGO ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
M. JSKNISB & SON, Props.
The Daily Bulletin.
omciAL VXPZK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
ESTKKED AT THE CAIRO TOSTOFFICK FOR
fKAXSMISSION Ttl HOUGH THK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS KATES.
Additional locals ou tlnrd pa-je.
A regular side splitter A. I3uuch of
Keys" it the opera bSuse to-night.
Miss Fannie Barclay is at home itgaia
Wanted-B'j at The P.clletis of
Mrs. S:Ur has retarneJ home from
her fisit to Iq hn.
JuJe Comings has a barrel of (.'real
8piinj,'3 water on Up at his office.
N. M. Sheffield, the New York ad
vertising aeut, has male an assignment.
The best thinij ever pr'nluct-d n Cuiro
'A Bunch of Keys."
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's isloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
On acccu it of to-day being the first
of t!ie month, the second wirJ D.-mocratic
meetin" is postponed until Thursday ni;lit.
D-jn't mis yur opportunity this
mvning at the suction sile of real estate at
the office of M. J. Howley. Tn o'clock.
W. U. O.-hves, s m of T. C. Graves, U
minj years in the commission business in
C:ro, is in the citv, stopping with Mr. L?e
The rain of lt Monday a fall of four
inches in 24 hour? 'ave 11k- city a com
plete washing out, and left it clean and of
Mr. Frank Kr'.ky hits a special nut'ree
of interest to families. He Ins increased
the size and weight of his loaves to give
hia cuat miers the benefit of the low price
Conrad Alba acid wife returned yester
day from their bridal tour and h ive set
tled down on Ninth street in what the up-h-jlsterer
calls utho nicest furnished cottage
The Democrats of the old reliable
Second ward, the ward that will give the
Democratic ticket the largest majority of
the five, will meet to
and R ady engine house for thorough or
gin'zation. Let there be a rousing and
demoralizing to the opposition turn out.
Blake, from the way he is stirring
around, seems to have a lion's shire of the
.work of the county. Dom ocratic committee
to attend to. The position of secretary of
a c mimittee or anything else, is cot one to
be Bought after by any one who does not
wish to buckle down to hard work.
A little Columbus girl who had always
attended the Episcopal church, and had
never remaiued through the service, stayed
this summer through it at a wll known
Cougregational church in Massachusetts.
It was comruunion Sunday, anfi little Julia
Viewed the proceedings with great wonder.
After a time she said iu a whisper to her
ister, who sat next to her: "Will there be
v Jacob Uoruh, a German, of Mound
City, and one of the mmt intelligent men
in the country, a man who Ims always
worn by the Republican party, says ho
and all his friends, will vote the Diinocrat
ic ticket, from "A to Izzard," this election:
that here is but two Germans in Pulaski
county that ho knows who claim they will
vote the Republican ticket, and even t:iey
sua a trifle shaky on their political pins.
W had tho pleasure of meeting Char
lie Young, of Carml, yesterday, the gen
Fine Goods at prices that defy
, i , N.ry w
tleman reported by the Argus and The
uclletin as haviDg been badly cut up in
a Sunday fracas. Mr. Young is a hand
some, bright-eyed, genial young centle
mau, whose ftack open countenance says
to even a casual observer that the bearer
would never be found in a position to be
cut up at any time or in any place. The
facts are that the reporters have doue
Charlie Young an injustice. The name of
the youDg'man cut up was Claries Steph
ens, of Carmi, and sot Charles Young, and
we hasten to set Mr. Young right before
the public and his friend?.
The Democrats red, white and blue
pole will be up to-day. It made a good
start yesterday, some score or more genuine
black Republicans doing the lifting, pull
ing and most of the "hollering," while the
job of swearing (a very litttle) was mon-
opo.ized by the bosses. The pole is a
beauty, and a credit to the young Demo
cratic club as well as to those who have en
gineered the work from the stump to the
The Women's Club and Library Asso
ciation will hold their first meeting for
(be seson in their ntw.club room in the
library building this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The literary exercises will consist of an in
teresting paper written by Mrs. Juliet Mac-.
Dowell; a recitation by Miss Bettie Kors-
raeyer, and a poem from Mrs. L. J. Kitten-
house. The ladies request us to say that
tlje public ary cordially invited to attend
1 The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Pettis died yesterday morning, aned 9
months. It ws a bright, interesting child.
and hud arrived at that age when children
seem roost endeared to loving hearts. The
chili was taken sick in Chicago as the
family were on their way from a visit to
the old home in Virginia. It is a sad
home-coming and the sorrowing parents
have the heart-felt sympathies of their
large cin.le of friends.
Said an bid woman to her seat partner
on hearing a mortuary topic suggested :
1 ve been to see our family buryin.r
ground. We've been fixiug it up fine-
putting down new turf, making a stun an'
iron fence, and gettin' a monument sot.
There aint only one body buried in it yet,
but there's room for the hull family. Bet
ty can't last much longer. I)n's got
Bright's disease, an' I'm getting pretty well
along in life;" and she brightened up con
siderably at the prospect that the burial
plot would not long be useless.
Mr. Will Wright, California Will, ar
rived iu Cairo yesterday morning from his
lather s ranch, we were going to sav. but
we believe a fruit orchard is not called a
ranch near Los Angeles. He looks rug
ged as a cowboy right from the plains, and
brings a satisfactory report of Ins father's
health, which improved from tho dav he
struck California soil, Ha expects to re
main an indefinite time in Cairo, as his ser
vices are not especially needed at hnmn.
the captain anfl Bert being entirely able to
Keep up that end of the lino.
The police courts, while uot livelv.
showed some -improvement m busiucss
over previous days. The r?trong Stephens
business attracted the most attention, but
did not tear up the town to any great ex
tent. Sam Strong was fined f 23 for carry
ing conceaieu weapons, and bound over to
tho tune of 300 bVil; failing to find any
$800 friends, ho went to jail. Stephens
was fiued $33 for carrying concealed weap.
ons, which amount was promptly paid over
for the benefit or the tax-paying people,
whose peace had been disturbed. Alice
Bheppard wag fined fr.O and given permis
sum to pay or leave town. She left town
and that is the extent of the police business
(JAljtO" iHiLLaTlft , WKMKSDaV MOitlNtNU,
OOBS! laiiTEST STYLES!
All Ar,w,l AfTi'J Fine. Suits. Oi'V KC
A Wnnl Xl
T -WVA Vll
The above goods,
4.V 1 X T JK I VilllVl O kJUllOj
Child's Waists in all grades, also unlaundericd Child's Waists. -
comurisinir manv exclusive novelties shown bv no other house.
Fighting Fire Under Difflcultle!
Beneath Three Thousand
Tona of CoaL
The Psnse Volumes of Coal Smoke and
Gas Endanger the Lives of All
Who Venture Near.
A Fireman Pinned by His Broken Legs
Until Asphyxiated The Flames
Lowell, Mass., September 30. Short
ly before eleven o'clock dat night smoke
was discovered Issuing froth the store
house ot the Hamilton Manufacturing es
tablishment. On examination tho fire
was found on the first floor, underneath
the coal, there being 3,000 tons of coaion
the ground floor. After trying to fight
the lire a few inluutes the night watch
man became suffocated, and before thvy
could get him out two men and the yard
superintendent were overcome, and had
they not been speedily taken out would
have died. The Cro was burning almost
an hour before the ahirm wasgiwn. The
contents were va oed at 850000, to8tly
print goods. Several firemen were over
come by gas and had to be removed.
At 12:45 a. in. an explosion of gas took
place. Tho turn-table upon w hich Jno.
Qutnlan, of hose cart No. 4, was stand
ing, was lilted up, breaking his legs.
He was suffocated before he could be
liberated. Several other firemen were
taken out ulmast suffocated.
About two o'clock holas vmk cut in
the floor ot the second story aad atUwpts
made to flood the cellar. It wirrbe some
time before the safety of the building can
bo assured. The building is brick, four
At 7 a. m. the fire was gotten under
control before serious damage was done.
By noon the injured men were pro
nounced out of danger.
Lowkll, Mass., September 30. The
fire is accounted for by the fact that some
weeks ago a quantity of damp soft coal
was stored on the premises. Over this
was subsequently laid a largo amount of
dry coal, with the result of generating,
as is believed, spontaneous combustion.
Loss not yet given. It is thought that
$11,000 will cover tho damage.
Df stTuction of a Canadian Village by
Qt EbKC, Can., September 30. About
one o'clock this morning flro declared
ltso,f In the borough of Louise Ville,
situated about fllty miles from Montreal,
and at last accounts over twenty houses
had been destroyed and the flro was stilt
rag ng. Assistance had been telegraphed
for to Three Kivers. The tire Is supposed
to have originated in tho vicinity of tho
public market, and tho building beln"
nearly all wooden, with ehlnglo roots, it
spread rapidly. There was a strong
wind blowing, which fanned tho Are,
and unless it eubslded down thero wa
nothing could save tho whole town from
being laid la ashes. Tho Catholic Con
vent was buruod.
Tolkdo, O., September 30. Blaine
arose at half-past seven o'clock this
morning, und an hour later was present
ed to hundreds of business men of Toledo
In tho parlors of tho Boody Home.
"iRiiiKludtomePtyou. Tho ocndlnT run
tat is one which, if it dws not iiiuri Ht biil
ess nun, will Intel-out nobo'ly. It ig nro
iiiinuntly u contort, for tho malntimaiicj of
buH iuh iutoroKt-s of tho country. I mn very
vlail to h.;r you liuvo onmniw.f to that on.f.
It is to tlio interest of tho business of tho
country to tnko an neilve imrt In this
oiuwmlffii. Ociitlcnion. 1 ihunk you."
Mr. Blaine was theu Introduced to each
individual In the party, whlcn was then
driven to tho depot. Just before tho ton
o'clock train left Toledo, Hon. Emery
Storrs, Keglster Bruce, Senator l'lumb
and ex-Governor Foster joined tho party.
At the last moment tho special car car
rying the Tiffin Reception Coramittoc was
also attached to tho train.
Mr. Logan telegraphed this morning
that he will meet Mr. Blalno In Cincinnati
Irlah -American Republican Leag-uo.
Cincinnati, J)., September 30. Th
i' Fine Suits. n
at the prices we name, will cost
rational Committeo ot tne irisa Ameri
can Republican League met at the Burnet
House at one o'clock to-day to effect a
permanent organization. Hon. A. L.
Morrison was elected Chairman, and Jno.
3. Geghan, Secretary. Between COO and
700 delegates will be present. At the
Lookout House, where the Convention
assembles at three o'clock.
Bishop GtlmourOnthe Cowles Case.
Cleveland, 6., September 30 Bishop
Gilmour prints a card, in which ho in
sists that Mr. Cowles denied his daugh
ter freedom of conscience In the exercise
of her religion, and declares that, while
notwithstanding he charge of Inhuman
and brutal treatment, he reatlirmed that
freedom of conscience was denied.
New Opera House at Qutncy.
Si'Ringkieij), III., September 30. A
license Incorporating the Quincy Opera
House Company, at Quincy, was Issued
by the Secreta y ot State to-day. The
capital stock is to be $40,000, an'i the In
corporators are Thomas J. Woodruff,
James 1). Morgan and T. D. Woodruff.
Df.9 Moixks, Ia., September 30. The
Des Moines coal miners struck about a
month ago for four cents and have held
out pluckliy. The local demand sent up
tne price of coal, and after ojieratora
vainly offered four ctnts, conditioned on
the leaders of the strike being discharged,
they yielded this polut and no furttier
lrktion is expected this winter.
Nearicfr the End of Her Fast 204 Days.
Four Tlaix, N. Y., September. There
Is no doubt but that Kate Smulzcy Is
nearing the end. Everything appears
dark before her eyes, and her voice is be
coming much weaker and indistinct.
This is the 201th day of her alleged fast.
Torosto, Can., September 30. Th
conventton of 1 tomotlve firemen closed
last evening. Tho next meeting will b
held In Philadelphia the third Monday in
"DOK SALK-Hayilr.ck Jump-eat mrrey. lint price
, new.gwod job, for$150. Iuuulre of K A.
T?OH SALB. New Home Sewing Machine right
-- from the factory, lint price $.W for :)0. K. A.
CIOR SALE.-Haydock l'hacton, new. bet price
for li).-li.quire of K. A. Burnett, Bulle
FOK EBfJT Cuhl'i residence property, t. e; cor
-.3 and Holbroolt Ave. Fine 2 itory brick resi
dence of 10 rooms, elegantly ntilthud in modern
tvle; bm,om-houi'(n. etc. Larue yard withfrult
and ahmbery. Kent low to a good tenant
M. J. JIOWLKV, Agent.
FOH RENT The largo, commodlona mora room
and basement on Levee at., below 8th at., re
cently occupied by N. Ii. Thtatlewood & Bro.
M. J. Howlky, Ag nt.
FOR RUNT Residence property of Col. Jas. 8.
Wah-Hm n nn Flftonnth ut....i ll..u..
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ten room", ns all needed conv.nlences and ia In
EOUU CUUUluwu Kvunrniir
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iu. u. uit L.C, i , ueai rmatc Agent.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I wonld respectfully announco to tho citizens of
Cairo that I hav npenel aud am carrying on a
first class lannd.y in the rear or Winter's Block,
on Seventh siroct, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work In my line in a superior and work
manship at) la, defying competition and at reason
able figure. All wo k guaran-eea, and prompt
payment if any goods arc lost.
N. B. Entrance to laundry, itiron.-h he nrivnin
entrance to Winter's Block. ; ai-Bra
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At tho front door of the Court Ilouse, In Cairo.
Ills., at 21'. M., on
WEDNESDAY tho 1st DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I will ofter for sale to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing, vry desirable property, vli: Brick h.mte
and lot 3-1x100 feet, Washington avenne, adjoining
Brewery, block 28. Dwelling house and lota 88,
8 and 85, block 30. lath street. Dwelling honse
and lots 31 and 82. block T!l, Centra street. Lots
Sand 3. block 4H, 1st addition, Poplar street; lot
14, block 18, 1st addition, near the New York store:
lot 3--, block 3 J. 1-th street,
Thta laver? desirable property, situated In the
business centres of the city, and now that it Is cer
tain Cairo will speedily bucomo a great railroad
and commercial city, present an oppoituoity for
lnrestment notltkeW to occur again.
TERMS M caah, bal. 6 and 11 months secured
with 8 portent interest, or 8 per cont off for cash.
For further Information Inquire of
U. S. riDOEON.
M. J. HOWLKY, Agent
0O'ft)BMK iu 1834.
A 1 1 AV
I Jl)leiaiit Oniivi Knir n
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at any house in Southern Illinois at least .rpcr cent. more.
can say we never had a more
in Cairo at double the price.
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Our stock of Furnishing' Good
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
llarmfiictnrers and Dralern in All Kinds of
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF '
Trunks Valises, Sachels, Traveling Rags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOK .THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Ri'piiirintf done on Short Notice in their Lino of Huiinos. Examine yrmds and pri
ces Lelore purchas'Dg elsewhere. The largest stock in the city t 122 Commercial Ave.
Win. J.udwig & Co.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
deii:k j sr
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TiN,
Japanned Berlin and Aate Ware,
Bhd Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affeut for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas toxvs. PHroit
tiafe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled 1'Iimvh, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, c i,,
TKLKPIIONK NO. 120.
Leaders in Low lJriccs.
MEN'S & BOYS'
130 Commercial Avenue,
E. A. BURNETT,
BOCommercial M Printer, '
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