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THE DAILY (JAlUO . IUJLLKTIN: SATURDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 4, 1884.
SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY.
A S the Public Schools are about
to our large new ran chock oi
of the very latest styles. These
UtVCtawSi& goods are
with double thread and Avill not rip. We have them ranging
in prices: , j
Boys' Suits, from 84.50 to 818.00 a Suit
School Suitsfrom 3.50to 14.00 a Suit
.Children's Suits, from 2.50 to 11.00 a Suit
We also have all grades of Boys' Wh ite and Colored Shir : s,
Children's Waists, and Boys' and Children's Odd Pants.
EffTlfasegivo na a ctll, an we will aliow you Ihft largest stock of Roys' and
Children's Snits, anil at the lowest price.
CHICAGO ONE-PKICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WKltNEli Sc SON. Props.
E. .:. A. .:. BUDER,
104 Commercial Ave., 1
FOH RAI.K Haytloc.k Jump-seat mrrey. list price
S4!i, new, gttod Job, for Inquire of E. A.
.N,iu Ttnmn Scwtnif Machine right
from the factory, lint price W for :)', K. A.
CUKSALfe. Haydork l'haetoii, new
X' m for f la . luqturu 01 n. a
FOR KKNT-Cuhl'ronat'iice property, e. cor
Santt Uolliroolc Ave. Fine 4 story brick resi
dence of 10 room, elegantly finished In modern
style; harn.ont-liousm.eic. Large yard wltlilrult
anil shrubory. Hunt low to a enod tonsut.
M. J.HOWUr, Auent.
1 K RKNT-The large, conimodloua Mors, room
and basement on Leree it., bolow Wh St., re
cently occuplt-d by N. 11.
Thl.tlewood & Bro.
M. J. Howliv, Agent.
FIR RBNTKsldonce property of Col. Jas. 8.
Kea den on Fifteenth alreel. Uonso contains
ten rooms, baa all needed conv nleiicaa and is in
good condition ene'Mly.
M.J.HOWLKY, lteal Ettale Agent.
Additional local on third pae.
Judge Yocum has been very ill in his
room for several days.
Tlie family of Mr. M. M. PhiUips have
removed to Hot Springs, Ark.
Mrs. II. II. Candce returned home
from her BUtnmor at the seasidu ycatenhy
Fresh Oysters at Joo Stengala's saloon
nd restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Ed. King beat the fever and the doc-
torn, and is out on tno street again, -as
. . . . ..I
well as ever."
on the sidewalk are very pretty, but never-
thelesB obstructive. I
A. sillv woman in a very fine dress
bean very strong resemblance to a fifteen
cent dahlia in a f 2 flower pot.
Walt W., Wright leaves to-day for !
'Memphis, where ho expects to remain per
manently. His family will follow in a few
.u Tt,.,Wn nr.,1 wif. of Snrincfield.
.M it Th. nallldav. Mr. Bradoen is iron-
eral agent of tho Equitablo Lifo Assurance
-Mrs. J.W. King and thrco children
left on tho yesterday morning's narrow
gauge tiain lor m. Louts, to remain uuring
We understand there is a good oppor
tunlty for a small steamer to run In connec
tion with the Illinois Central railroad on
the Yizon, Tallahatchie and Sun Flower
anunrunK .eu u.c '7
' yesterday for Bt. Louis, called there by the
; aickness of her brother, Ed. Jenkins, an
: old Cairoite, who is sufllenng from somo
- lung complaint
' - Trof. Mason will commence bis danc
ing lessons at the Ideal Leaguo hall, on
Saturday UCtouor fin. uunaron s cmsi at
3 p. m.? young ladies and gentlemen at
7:80 p. m. Prof. Mason will, on that day
and night, tlx tho other day of ittendanco,
'I bsvo been asked," liyi Judge Rob -
Inson, 'lf T Bolietim is a Democratic
wo call your attention
well made and sewed
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLATE D-AV A. K 3D.
f" Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
- - CAIRO, ILL
paper." We answer for the jude that
Tub Bulletin is most emphatically a
Democratic paper. It is not a party ortjw,
which means a political hack to be rode to
death. It is not submissively Democratic.
It is Democratic from principle, believes in
Democracy and will stand by it in the
fight from the first gun to the notes of vic
tory in November.
-A caller in Black's shoe store yesterday
found all upside down as it wire, like
BudcrV, the painters and decorators have
possession, and Black is kept busy keeping
out of the way. Blake's men are making
all this trouble.
A letter from Mrs. C. M son at Pueblo
says that her husband's health is very poor,
so poor that lie is compelled to give up
work for the present. The doctors are
hopeful the climate at Pueblo will havo a
benefical effect on him, he is suffering from
a bronchial affection.
Quails in the country are said to be
thick. The game law is off and hunters
may now be said to be on. Game as a gen
eral thing has been unusually scarce, but
the fall sport promises to be excellent
Near Hodges Park and Haech Hido deer
and turkey are siid to abound, and squir
rels arc coming in largo numbers. They
(the squirrels) seem to migrate from one
section ofcountry to another, and miiBt be
tllkt'n "n t ru"-
T10 Mention of our readers is invited
to tho card of E. A. Ruder tW
I... . .
this morning. Mr. Buder commenced do-
ing businesi in Cairo about the beginning
of tho war on the corner of EL'tith and
Washington, where he remained several
yuurs working his way up by industry am
ciobo attention to business until now his
jewelry establishment on Commcrciul ave
nue takes front rank and compares favor
bly with thoso of the largest cities.
Are tlio people of Alexander county
willinB t0 "W-'P ftnJ vot WiriuMy for a
ticket forcu'1 uPon thcn l7 tt pollticial ring,
or will they independently cast their bal
lots for Independent candidates, whom
they know to bo irood men und trust-
Worthy? That uuestion was answered in
,mnjur tones that re-echoed through the
uill8 RnJ vr1) ,)f m,r , ,
ogo when the party lash only succeeded in
electing ono candidate. Is there ono of
tho pnrty now who is proud of having elec
ted Jim Damron state's attorney?
Tho Democrats of tho Third ward met
nnrl Iw.lrl an nnthnuluutif inni'tintr tnut nii.lit
Ti,i ward is tho Republican stronghold,
and it requires work to mako a showing.
The streets in front of their meeting were
lined with bon-fires and the strsius of mu
ic from the martial band sent tho blood
dancing through tho patriotic veins of tho
assembled Democrats. A Cleveland &,
Hendricks club was organized that starts
out wit, flirty.two membors. B. F. Blako
WM 0loctr probident: a Democratic wheel-
I horse, N. A. Devore, vice.preBldout; Fred.
1 Smith, secretary, ana C. W. Ilundersnn,
A TERRIBLE HURRICANE,
immense Loss of Life and Shipping
Property In Iceland by
Cordon Eapidty Making the Relief Expe
dition a Useloes Expense The
Bombardment of Berber.
A Spanish Loan The Holders of Ameri
can Railway Securities Becom
A TRKRIULK IltnitlCAN'K.
London, October 3. Intelligence lias
been received here of a terrible hurricane
In Iceland ou the llth ot September. Ac
counts thus lar received show nl leteen
trading vessels and Blxty fl,liliig-uoaU
lost, and tnirty-two voxels disabled.
Tho exact u umber has not been as er
tulned, but U kuown to be very large.
A SPANISH LOAN,
London, October 8. The Stamford'
financial article siys it is reported
that the Spanish Government will ucgo
Unto a loan of 825,000,000 from Paris
bankers to assist the Cuban treasury,
and that $5,000,000 have already been
loaned to meet the most stringent de
mauds. AMKItlCAN 8KCURITIE8.
Owners ot American railway securities
have resolved to organize a protective
association similar to that existing in
It is rumored thatTrlcou, luto Minister
to China, li shortly to succeed M. Wll
mlugtou. ( I'KICIALLY DKNIKD.
The report that General Wolcsoley has
been ordered to be back in London by the
end of October -is olllclally denied this
London, October 3. A committee of
tho United Kingdom Alliance Temper
ance Organization has adopted a reso
lution of congratulation to Neat Dow
and the Statu of Matno ou having
In th recent election secured 6ucn
a majority for tho measure in
corporating luto the State Constiluti u,
a l'roliibltiou amendment. They say
that, by reason ot this vote, tbey an
ticipate great results to accrue to the
rest of tho world.
Cairo, October 3. A dispatch just
received states that Gordon's steamers
bombarded Berber, and that tho rebels
made but little resistance and fled into
the interior of the country alter the
flotilla opened (ire on the place.
THE REPORT CONFIRMED.
London, October 3. Sir Evelyn Bar
ing ha sent a dispatch to tho Govern
ment that Gordon, alter having bom
barded Berber fur some time, effected an
entry Into the place and recaptured It.
The rebel and hostile Inhabitants fled
when the bombardment erased.
Tho dispatch to Ite .ter's Tolenram
Comp my from Cairo which sayst "Be
call General Wolselcy" is dculed oa offi
cial authority. The dispute i also states
that the Khedive- has received a telecram
saying that Berber has been recaptured
from the rebels, who, upon their evacua
tion, succeeded In removing Uie treasure.
The fall of Berber will enabio Colonel
Kitchener to reach Gordon from Dongola
and ascertain bU wl-he regardiug tko
Nllo (xpeditlon and us to the
necessity of the expedition go
ing to Khart uin. Tho conference
may result In tho abandonment of
the Nile expedition. The Mudir sends a
dispatch stating that a reliable messenger
brought word to hlin Hint ho saw Gordon
with four steamers arrive ut Shendy.
Finding the placa deserted, Gordon
nulled to a tree a proclamation offering
to pardon the people.
After attaching his pr clamatlon to tho
trees, Gordon started for Berber. On
the day after his arrival tho General
p aced two steamers in the middle of
the river and opened a boinbardment up
on tho town. The bombardment lasted
until late in the ufterno n. He atlerward
pioteeded In the direction of Djall
zeon. It is luinorod that Mohammed
Bi Ilur, wh was Kl Muhdi's Ameer at
Berber, was killed during tho bombard
ment. Other reports state that he es
cap (I, and had tho treasure In tho city
removed to Kerpl. Subsequently Gordon
thorougbl, chastised tho lnha Hants of
Kt l.l.IVAN IMPROVING.
Dlbun, October 3. Sullivan's physi
cians icport him greatly improved, and
this alto; noon express hopes of his early
Hantred for Murder.
l ADt'C.xii, Kv., October 3. Wash
Fletcher was hung at eight minutes after
eleven o'clock this m ruins. Ho talked
ramblingly from the Kcaffold for over an
Hour, lie denied his uullt. Ho itIvps th
nanu s oi a rencny L'alro and Frank Harnett
ueisroes, and ot two white men who com
mitted inn uocu. 'luo story Is not be
lieved. J no callows was iusIdH ihu lull
yard. Only about fifty persons were nd-
inittea. inero was an linmenso crowd out
side, mostly ol co ored people,
The Chinese Muat Oo. '
imiayna, u., uciooer a. within a
few months a number of Chinese labor
:ts on tho railway in British Columbia
nave mysteriously disappeared. Near
Hope, B. C., yestcrduy, tho mutilated
oooy oi a ininainau was fouud. It Is
supposed the murder was committed by
whlto navvies, who are determined to
jrive tuo cnine te out of the provlucc.
Wilmington, Dkl, October . A
.elegram has becu received bsre r port
ing a serious flee at l'rlnclplo, Md , and
ashing lor aid I nun wilmlngtou, A flr?
tepartrocnt special reports that the ehar
coal furnace of Georas f. WklttaJter's
works at l'rlaclplo are bormlog with a
innarej iuoosbdo oasnnis oi enarceej,
Pittsburgh, Pa., Ootober 8. The
strike among the miners oo the Monon
gahela Uiver is practically at an end.
About foity men have returned to work
In the Amerlcau mines.
Fill and Brokt Uim Aim.
New York, October 8. William Kodl
cott, Jr., of Boston, recently President ot
the Oregon & Trans-Contlneutal Com
imny, slipped aud fell yesterday, break
ing his right arm Just above the wrist.
Another Fir Chief Tbrown From His
Buffg-y and Killed.
Ciiicaoo, III , October 3. At half-past
ono o'clock this afternoon, while going
to a tiro, Chief Firo Marshal Kenyon was
thrown from his bugay and fuially In
jured, and Is now dying at hH homo.
Yonkrrs, N. Y., October 3. There has
been another clopemout here, Mary
Jane Gallagher, an attractive girl, aged
dghteen, iind Michael Moftahuu, aged
nineteen, both employed lu a sauce fac
tory, ran away ou Saturday night
Urant Declines An Electorship.
New York, October 3. General Grant
has dc Ined to servo as a Republican elec
tor In the place of II v. Dr. Derrick, say
lug that he was out of politics. He sa d
bs did not wish to come into public life
again, especially this year.
Nog-ro Shop Lifter.
Rock Island, III., Oct 8 A negro,
who has been employed for several days
in the city, and who succeeded In steal
ing a quantity ot clothing from a number
of clothing houses here, and sc'liug the
s. into to second-hand dealers, skipped out
down tho river last night. While looking
atKOodshc would steal what he could
hide aod then sneak out.
D.-am itlo Lyomm.
M;w Yons, October 3 The newly
coum school, West Thirty-second st eet,
opens to-day. Tbl is a novel enterprise,
uuder tho management o' it company
with Steclo Maekaye, as chief director,
and many well-known actorj, dramatists
nod authors us pr fessors la all the de
partments, Intended to fit persons, for
acting, singing, fencing, dancing, elocu
cutlon, instrumental music aud mblctlcs.
K.iew It a Yaur Aio.
Scranton, Pa., October 8. John Mc
Cullough's only sister, Mrs. E. M. A crt
lives at Dnnmore. She said yesterday
that she had noticed a year ago that her
brother was beglnlng to fail. She attrib
uted it to exhaustive mental labor and
begged him to leave the s age for a sea
son, but he couid not resist the Infatua
tion for acting. She endeavored to bring,
hi'i. to her quiet home where he could
receive a slater's care.
Grain and Provision.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1884.
Cotton Steady; ui'ddtmir. O'i 4:0'41.
t'liiu Sternly: XXA to cuotuo, tt.ib j3.3i;
W n hat-Weaker: No. Hod, BlHa814os
No. J lie.!. Vi iu,',ia.
Coiin Weaker: No. i mlxod. 61K5ii2a: No.
I wliito mixftd, r4'&.r5e.
Oats Lowor: .No. z. ZSJrcKJUo.
RVK Wiaken No. z, 60W(4.-l'iO.
TouAOUo-fcirin; iuits; common to ehoiee
tUUJOitlO.OU; leaf: common rod 'leaf, V.Mt
MJ.UU: medium to ffood 'J.0JS17.I0.
Hat frairln (U.liUjilo.OJ lor prime to chotoa
new: ciover uitxod, tv.wttiz.w toronmmonio
nruno: choice new tlmolhr. tll.G0&lB.O0: fun-
UOTTBK Higher: cnotcoto tancy oreamerr
25"o: dairy, choice to laucy. 2iUo; low
Jiuos Moauyi rresn . stock, ico per
Potatoes Dull, at a340o nor bushel.
Pohk Steady; now mess. H).7V4i7.UJ.
Laiio Qulot; prime Btonin. 7!7o.
llAUON Loiurs, lU VailUHo; shorU. llifilllic:
clear ribs, I'l iluc, all pauked.
Wool Tub-waslied. choice. SMUiSa'Aa: fair.
Tl't&e; dingy and low K5dAki. Unwashud
Cboioo modiuin, a -4l79-lc ; irood average me
diuni lHislltc: suleutod lurht lino 7ISo; good
aerai;o, jvtsno; noavr naiuc: couibinir,
uio si, -mv.iw. comoinir, low trrais. itti&ivo.
fliiiKH HlKlicr and linn: dry Hint, lti'ic:
damaged, l:t',c; bulls or siaifS Hint lilc,
saneu, mc; jriue siock, ixj. uroeri suite l, He;
damaged, 7 j.c; veal calf skins, ll'c; tuillsor
stn(ts, r'4c; tcreon unuured, otfilic; damiiKed,
5e; irlue, 8c.
iiiKKi' I'si.rs weak; (rroon. B.UTSo: dry
do, 40(.')o., as to amount and quality ot wool;
green snearunss, i'Vmc.
WnKAT-Flrmer: October. 70Uo: Novem.
tor. HJVSWic;, DecomUcr. 8a-Xc: January.
CoiiN HWier; October. Mitci Novem
ber. 60c; year, i'l'ic; Ja mary, ;t;'(iU3fe;
oats r rmer; uctoner. ztivic: November.
2(l)ie; Uooumbcr, U7c; year, )'4o; May,
1'okk Ftendy; Ootober. f W.B0: voar. 112.10:
January. n. t."i,
L,Aito MiKiier: oeiooer. B7.z,r: NovomtKir.
fl.-T: January, f,.ai; renruary, fi.ua
MIOKT UlllS UCUJUUr, t'J.O).
WifRAT Steady: No. 2 lied. October. 88 '4c:
Novemlsjr H',o; Duoornbor, lt!Ho; January,
wio: renruary. iic; may. i.wm.
C'oilN llliflier: October, ttlu: Novomhnr.
Who', Dot'omber, Klu; January, 4S!ie; May,
Oats Firmer: October. 31?io: November.
iK'.ic; jieccmi er, i(!40.
. live Stock Markets.
Hoos-Rocelpls, 13,000: firm and stead r:
llKht, H.5W).:iU; rouKh imcklnir, S4.iive7.0u;
boavy packing and bIiIjiIiik, tS.lO.i'i.BO;
catti.b Hooei us, s.4i; wcaK cxoi'iit on
0( 'Hi; exporw, r.;iouii,.ju; yoixi choice,
fi.uiux'.ou; cuiiiiiiiiii w mir, ti.ur(fi.).ow; jex-
hiiKKP Keoeipts, ii.uuu; nun; common lo
Patti.e TTiichnninl: fulr tn nmrlln.n iim
fr.IOvWi.5); llKht buwdii-rs' H.WJ.hM; mi.xed
hiiKKF Uiit'lianircd: eotnmon to fair. M.25
(food io enoico, 4.0Vi4.4n; Western
lanins, K.xmM.iu; i Hiia.ia nunbs. VtAMtt i.lfi.
lioos murKUl own irood to choice York
ors. rt.iiV"..ri.:3i; oominon an l IikIiI, 4.tO'W).lil;
i inio aim micniitans. ti.wtt ..w; ginxl lueUl-
inns scarce in .-.. xuo.io.
CATTLB-Itoeetpts. WW; market dull and
ino lower for irrnss Texans: (Ximrtim.
fil.ooojrt. ; irood to choice shinnlmr. 6.40.1
rri.ift; eoinmon to muillum, Ijui.M; feel
ers, 3.0fX44.SO; cows, a3.(i0; grass Texas
HiKis-ltnccliitt, fi,0n0; weak and IBo lowori
loisol 'JOS to m pounds nvcrmro. t4.6.M''s)4.U6:
miilury at S4.Hikfc4.uo.
Hiikkp Hweelpta. SCO:
woak and a shade
ManM arid pw
mm ma mwma
Nsw Yobk, Oetotwr B.arirtr!rlTOl
I's, VK); 4V. lUtU; 4X1IS. PmIOoS's ot
lift, i'J5. Rtonks nmurr on nnnonneoinent that
.he Grand Trunk had nirrc ol to all propose
4 ms lookliiR to a mMt oinont of tho Trunk
uine nimiruiues. nio Improve iiont m prloes,
towover, was only trm t iiiml. rannlnir from
to. St. Paul, Nortliwost, I'acitto Mult,
ROYAL absolutely rural.. I '
MUST'S (Alum Powder) "
ItLMFORB'S, when fresh.. I
CHARM (AlumTowder) sc....l 1 1
AM AOVf Alum Pnwrtnrt.. I'
HONEER (Ban Francisco). . . '
SNOW FLAKE (aroff-s)
PEARL (Andrews 4 Co.)
HllwtukM, (Uonuliit Aluin. )
BULK (rowdur sold loosr). . . Q .
itUMFORD'S,whcn iff.trr.'siid '
REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS
As to Purity and Wholesomciu-Hs of the Itoyal liakluj; Powder.
"I have tested a package of Boyal Baking Powder, which I purchased In the
open market, and tlnd it. composed of pure aud whoh-some Ingredients. It Is a cream
of tartar powder of a hlijh di-greo or merit, and docs not fontnln either alum or
phosphates, or other injurious substances. K. u. Love, I'b.D."
" It is a scientific fact that the Koyul Baking Powder Is absolutely pure.
" 11. A. Mott, 1'h.D."
I have examined a package of Royal liaklnir Powder, purchased by myself In
the market. I tlnd it entirely fn-e from alum, tvrra afba, or any other Injurious sub
stance. IlE.sur Mohton, l'h.D., 1'resideut of Stevens Institute of Technology."
" I havo analysed a packago of Royal Baking Towdor. The materials of which
It Is composed are pure and wholesome. 8. Dana Haves, State Assayer, Mass."
Tho Royal Raking Towder received tho highest award over all competitors at
the Vienna World's Kxposlilou, ; at the Centennial, Philadelphia, 170 j at the
American Institute, New York, and at State Fairs throughout the country.
So other article of human food has ever received such high, emphatic, and uni
versal (indorsement from eminent chuiulnts, physicians, scientists, and Boards of
Health all over tho world.
Note The obove Diaoram illustrates tho comparative worth of various Baking
Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis aud experiments tnado by Prof. Sehedler.
A pound con ot each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume In
each can calculated, tho result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by
Prof. Schedkr only proves what every observant consumer of tho Royal Baking
Powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound
more than ordinary kinds, it Is far more economical, and, besides, affords the advant
age of better work. A single trial of the Iloyal Baking Powder will convince any
fair minded person of these facts.
Whilo the diagram shows somo of the alum powders to be of a higher degree
of strength than other powders ranked below them, it is not to be taken as Indicat
ing that they have any value. All alum powders, no matter how high their strength,
are to be avoided as dangerous.
STOVES, -:- BAHGKS, -:- TIN,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Apont for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
hafe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled l'lowx, Walking CnltivatoM,
Corn Sliellers, PIantern, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sachels,
and Oil and
SOLE AGENTS FOJl
Repairing done on Short Notico in their
ces telore purchasing elsewhere. The
HATS AND GENTS'
E. A. BURNETT,
OFFICE: No. 78 Ohio
if BAKING POWDERS.
and .Agato AVare,
(!oolcrs & Jce Cream Freezers.
Dealers in All Kind)) of-
LARGEST VARIETY OF
Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
THE N0VELT.Y TRUNK.
Lino of Business. Examine goods and .-pri
largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Win. Lndwicr & Co.
Leyee, CAIRO, ILLS,