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THE DAILY OAiltO IJULLJSTIN.' SUNDAY MOKNlNG, OCTOBER 5 1884
Grand Display New Pall Dress Goods
Popular Reliable Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Largest and most attractive
cades, French and English
shown in this citv. Evervtliinjr new, bright and fashion
able. No shop-keepers to bo
SYo our Great Bargains in Black ami Colored Silks at 50, 75 and 81.00
Kkjrant Brocades at f0, 73c, 11.00, 1.S5 and 61.no.
Kxtia Oualitv jihadams, all silk, at 11.25 and 81.50.
All Wool Killing- Dress Goods at lo, 12',' and lftc.
Eqtra Qaaliry :in-in. English Clioshniero at 25c.
3-iit. All Wool French Dress Flannel at 50c.
Klffrant All Wool French Plaids at 75c, $1.00 and $125.
Elegant Linen Plaid Ladies' Cloths very low.
NEW FALL SHADES IN KID QLOVES.
3-ltutton Kid, warranted, $100 per r.
7-hook Kid, warranted, 1.50 "
These gloves have no fqual for money,
guarantee prices against all competition.
IpOK SALK Hyl"clt Jnmp-ii't nirrey. lint ti
J new, gmid job, for $150, luqulrc of K
LXIK SALK. New Homo Sowing Machine right
- from tlio ftclory, list price J.'0 rur ')', ti. A
FOB 8AT.E . Haydnck l'hdeton, new. Imt Drlc
for ll'i.-liiiUiro of K. A. Burnett, llnlle
FOlt 118 NT Cunl'eriuidnco praperty, i. r. cor--.H
knd Uolbrook Ave, Fine 2 story brick renl
denceoflO rooms, elugRutly finished Id modern
rtyle; barn, oiu-houecs, etc. Larue yard with fruit
kail ihrubcry. Kent low tit a ood tenant.
M. J.IIUWLBV, A(eut.
FJR RRNT The lr?o, commodious store room
and basement on Levee lit. . below 8th si., re
cently occupied by N. U. Thlstlewood & Bro.
M. J. Howlky, Agent.
FDR RRNT Roaldcnce property of Col. Jan. 8.
Koa'don on Fifteenth atreot. Uonie cautalni
ten rooms, baa all needed conv nlencea and la In
good condition generally.
' M.J, HOWLKY, Heal Ectato Agent.
Additional locals on third pnye.
The public schools opens to-morrow
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagak's suloon
and restaurant, comer Sixth and commer
Mis9 Maud Burnett is convalescent,
and will in a few days, no preventing Prov
idence, lie nut again.
Rev. John. M. Farris of Anna, will
preach in this Presbyterian church this
morning and evening.
Capt. John R. Thomas, or all that was
left of hiui when Albright dropped him
from the j Jut discussion, was at The Ilal
Capt. C. V. Pringle, general agent of
the fatuous Georgia minstrels, w.is billing
the city estorday, and arranging for the
coming of his party on the 8th inBt.
The Republican county ccn'rul com
mittee Imvs secured the opera houso for
the use of their candidate for governor,
General Oglesby, who is to be hero on the
Nothing makes a tired newspaper
man i mad as to find at the end of the
long weary week that ho must lug home
his salary in big Bi'.vjr dollars. Philadel
lion. O. W. Hill, the able Democratic
candidate for stale senator, was announced
to speak at Dongola las'Juight. lie is a flue
Mr. Wm.Stratton has made great im-
.provements on his dwelling house that does
much to enhance (ho np'pearancu of that
part of the city.
Kggs arc brought from Europe to
New York and sold at 8 cennts' per dozen
less than they cau bo sold if shipped from
St. Loum or the west. link for a tariff
to protect our hens against the pauper liens
Tikmo at all Interested in fine art and
free han 1 drawing w.niU derive a great
deal of picture from a visit to the studio
and art school of Professor and Mrs. IU
gn, on Comuurcwl avenuo neir Ninth
Thren lots in raitroid addition, belov
Sixth street, were sol 1 yesterday at a good
advance over price paid for them three
years ago a bign that Cairo property is
, looking up, and a boom may bo anticipat
cd In the near future.
12 pounds of the ola stock wts receiv
ed at the residence of Agent Burchett of
the Mobile & Ohio railroad, yesterday
afternoon. Its a boy aad a chip off the old
block; mother and child doing well. Con
gratulations are now in order.
v A juvenile parly was given last night
. at me waiajnco or II. A. Uann m iu honorl
or hit ion and heir U. Blake Uannon. It
' wa a jfKjJIy gathering of mnrry young
folk! aad the music, dancing aud supper,
-particularly Iho latter-was thoroughly en
-If Carter Harrison is elected Oovurnor
as he ii sure to be ho will not I arm out
Iho duties of the office to Jake Wheeler's
confederates while ho is off junketing nil
over the couotry, but he will at once exam
ine the books of the state and teo if the
display of Silks, Satins,
All Wool Dress Fabrics
seen anywhere in our slock.
G-lutton Mosquitare, $1.50.
Every piar warranted not to rip.
We solicit a visit of inspection and
Samples mailed to any address.
people's taxes cannot bo reduced. There
will be a stirring up of dry bones around
the state institutions and iu the str.te de
partments that will make the people open
their eyes at the'niagiiitude of Republican
inefficiency and corruption. That is wsat
the Republicans fear, and that is why they
hate Carter Harrison so much, and abuse
him so much.
'The filGbe-Detnocratic heart was up
lifted and the Republican pulse accelerated
on Tuesday last, by the nlledged discovery
that of the 45!) saloons iu Cleveland, Ohio,
248 were for Blaine. Still the Republican
party puts its trust in God and continues to
wet its whistle."
Tho old reliable Iron Mountain will
carry ptssengers to the St. Louis fair as
low ns tho lowest. Trains leave here
morning and evening. It is a pleasant
route duy or night. Passengers on night
trains take a sleeper at nino o'clock an 1
wake t.p iu St. Louis for breakfast. It
For the sake of the reputation of our
city, what littlo she 1ms abroad, it is to
be ardently hoped that strangers will not
judge of the place by the first sidewalk
they jiass over when they euter the town,
whether they como by river, or by any one
of the Beven railroads that center litre.
The law-broikers c immenced their
Sunday as early as Friday morning. There
has not been a polico case in tho courts for
two days, and Judge Robiuson berame so
disgmted with the monotony of the tinvs
that he eliut up shop and left for the coun
try yesterday morning. He will, we pre
sume, attend church in E!co to d ly.
Tbo Illinois Central gives an excursion
to St. Louis Fair every dny iu the week,
October 6 to lltb, carrying passengers for
ono fare for round trip, Si. Louis and re
turn. This is the only line runuitig out of
Cairo that, rum three d.iilv trains with
coaches and sleepers through to St. Louis.
Trains leave Cairo 3:00 a. m., 12:23 p. ru.
and 0:45 p. m. it
One of the most interesting games of
the ecoson will be played in the base ball
park this afternoon between tho C'dro boys
aud tho V ami ah a club. This club claims
to be the champion of iimute'ures in all Illi
nois, aud comes down expressly to cut the
feathers of ihe Cairoa. Those who have
seen the Cairns play expect to seo the fur
The Clovelaud PlaiuJenler, iu answer to
the Sunday Voice, says: If all tho "violnt
crs" of the commandments vote for Cleve
land, li t will have the largest majority i ver
given any man, and more than half h'is
vote will come from the party of high mor
al ideas" - the "grand old Republican
Smith ii liriukmeyer having just re
ceived a complete stock for a first-class
merchant tailor establishment, consisting
of the best and latest designs of all tliu
foreign makes of woolen cloths, caasi meres,
etc., which they will sell at the lowest
figures and guarantee salislactioii. Please
call and have your first choiro while the
stock is full. mutthiU
The people ol Alexander county do
not want politics in local affairs. They do
not want a score of men to incut and sav
who shall be their county ofli.:ers. Now j
tho time to tebuko tho pruRuuiptlous noli.
ticians who say you must have a man like
John Gladncy for corouer, a briefless law.
yerliku W. N. Butler for the people's attor
ney, or an inexperienced mui like Sidney
Miller for circuit clerk, by custing your
oaliots without regard to party or polit'u
for Richard Fitzgerald, for Angus Ick,
lor mm. Irivin and for all the other Inde
runerai services over tho remains of
Andrew Desdomoni, aged 18 years, will bo
Held tliis afternoon.
The funeral cortegn will leave tho family
resilience corner Sixth and Ohio leveo for
St. Patrick s church at 1 o'clock p. in. At
2 p. ta. a tpecial train will leave f. tot of
Eighth Mreet for Villa Riduo.
1,'..! . . r .i. .. ?
iivii.iaoi inuiumuy are invited to Kttiiid
A MAN OF SENSE,
Ho Fools Soandallzod at tbo Rail
Intra of the Presa Against
Admiral Gourbett to Ba K-jo ailed, Aftei
Destroying the Chinese Fleet and
. Capturing Kee-Luog.
An Interesting Budget of Foreign New!
Received by Coble From Many
A PKt'ltKT TltUATY.
Loxno.v, October 4. Tho Daily 7t?e
ijrtiih this morning says a secret treaty
was entered Into soino time slnco be
tween Chi mi and tho United Status
wide i binds China to seek America's
mediation when foreign complications
arise, und that John Uus ell Young
American Minister, acted as mediator iu
Count Karolyl, Austro-llungarlan Am
buxsador Is dung Tously ill of Inflamma
tion ol tQe lungs.
A MAX OF 8KNSK.
London, October 4. Cuptuln Burton,
the Arctic traveler, writes to the Academy
that ho feels scandallzjd at the ruilings
of the Lug Ish press over tho g tllunt'but
unfortunate (lively expedition. Ho eays
Hie silly charge of cannibalism seems to
huvo provoke I Hie outburst. 11c says
tint in I'A I.-ium religion and common
seu o there is no oliiocpiy for the un
fortunate whom hunger compels thus
horribly to save tile.
Til R I Nnr.ASIJN OF Ui.VOIUNCK.
Tria.v, October, 4. Further accounts
como to hand of rioting In tho country
south of hero. Attacks have been made
on persons belonging to the upper classes
uy mcmoi rs oi mo lower classes wno
.4-1.1..... I . . X
Buppeciou iiiai me lormer naa endeav
ored to poison them.
AN KYK TO KCOXOMY.
Pakis, October i.Le Temps says that
the Iiudgct Commission at the opening ol
tho Chambers will consider a proposi
tion to change the 4 1-2 per cent, rentes to
4 or 3 per cents. As this represeutsan an
nual saving of 000,000 francs, it will
probably bo adopted.
Paws, October 4. Le Teleyraphc states
it has received Information that the Gov-
eminent Intends shortly to recall Ad-1
mlral Courbet from China, and has, there
fore Instructed him to destroy toe Chinese
lleet in the event of tho capture of Kelung
falling to cause China to submit to the
l-KItliY-S NOTE TO T1IK KNOM9U EMIIASSY.
Ferry, in a note to tho British' Embas
sy, explaining the measures adopted by
Franco for tho safety of foreigners In
China, i-a.s that Admiral Courbet was
Instructed at the beginning that ho wjs
not to Injure the lorelgn concessions.
Tho i otu concludes wit t assurances ol
France's solicitude for the Interests ol
TlIK ( IIIilSTIAXIIOItCi FirtB,
CorKXiiAUKN, October 4. During the
lire In tho Royal Palace at Christian
bori: yesterday, several persons were
killed while endeavoring to save vdu
able art treasures In the Naliouat gal
lery. The Library Archives were saved
through tho exertions ol th'j Salvage
Corps, who were personally Incited to
heroic efforts to save tha'proporty by tho
King, who remained on the grounds until
the tire was extinguished.
ItoMB, October 4. There wore forty
nlno cases of choler.i and twenty-thceo
deaths at Naples during tho twenty-fout
hours ending at noon tday; at (Jeona,
during the past two ve hours, Hi re were
nlno new cas.s an. I four deaths.
WII.I. CAltltY ON HOT II SIIOLLKKIta.
Ho.mk, October 4. Tho journals of tbls
city regard tho bestowmeut of u decora
tion on Slgnor Manclnl by tbo Czar asu
proof that Italy will remain a morabcr ol
the alliance of controlling powers oiliu
rope, and that her sympathy with En
gland regarding Kgypt has not altered
her friendly relations with other powers.
KNOWS NOTIIIXU OV IT.
Caiuo, October 4. -General Wolsoley
telegraphs from Norosko to tho agent o
tho Central News Company of this city
that ho knows of nothing which would
Indicate his recall.
ASKi:i TO liKITNl),
Tho Vaisse. Ik Li JHtc. Pnblique has
summoned the Fgpilan finance MlnlBter
mid other ollleers to refuml moncya col
lected from revenues which hid been as
signed to the CaisHo for tho redemption
ol tho unified debt.
Tl'K h'U DA.V.
Caiuo, October 4. --It Is reported that
tho Mahdl Is advancing toward tho
Whlto Nile, ho probably Intends to
cross tbo Hivcr Duem.
Advises fi'om Dongola state that tiro
Mudir of that place, in an Interview
with Colonel Stewart, uunrautecd that
tho villagers alomj the ronte of tho
Gordon rcllof expedlt on would supply
the expedition with provision aud camels
A KAIK HXCANOK.
Mahhip, October 4. It Is stated hero
that tho United Stntes Government Is
willing to roduco duties on sugar and to
bacco from Cuba, :if Cuban duties on
cereals Is abolished.
HitfHBKi.s, October 4. The Govorn
mcnt has excelled from the countrv two
Fr.nchmen who wore publishing nttacks
a l(cput) lean journal.
ISarshal Kinyon Not Dai.
Ciiioaoo, 111, Oolelxir 4. David
Kenyon, acting assistant Varshal ol (he
Klro l)rnartmnBt of thlaelw.'ta nnt aa
as was rt ported this morsisg, though ho
is vtry seriousiy lnjuren.
Vira-inla Forest Pires.
PKiRitsnt'RO, Va., October 4. Th
forest tires that have been burning tb
past week In Dinwiddle, aud Prlnca
George counties, have been, after much
difficulty, nearly extinguished.
Black Thief Captured.
Chattanooga, Tkn.v., October 4. Al
bert Crump, colored, one of tbo most no
torious daring thieves In Alabama.
captureu yesterday, tor five years ho
has been engaged In his nefarious busi
ness. College Orator.
Lincoln, III., October 4. Tho Iutcr
Collegiate Oratorical Contest hold here
last night resulted In Victor F. Bender,
of Knox College, Galcsburg, ta lug first
prize, ana Elizabeth Fmlkner, ot Chica
go Collego, second.
Another OlBolat Defaulter.
Nkwakk, N. J. October 4 Expert ac
countants report a deficiency of $:'10,000
In tho accouuts of tho Into John W. Stout,
Treasurer of Newark from 1807 to 1875.
Ills bondsmen will bo sued lor thi
Trains Delayed by a Wreck.
Pr.oviDKNt'K, li. I, October 4. Tho
8:30 Boston express oud midnight
shore line t alns had not reached this
city at 2 a. m. A cout train, was
wrecked at Morse's Crossing, obstruct
ing both tracks.
Bad News for the Sohemers.
Dkthoit, Mich., October 4. Judge
Chapman, of this city, has received a let
ter from Mrs. Wilbur F. ,Story, of Chi
caco, In which sho says her husband Is
slowly but surely recovering from his
ulllictiou. Sho has strong hopes of his
regaining tho full vigor of his mental
Kaston, Ta., October 4. A man, sup
posed to bo Charles Guando, of Hot
Springs, Ark., stepped In front of an
excursion train at Chain Dam, on the
Lehigh Valley Road, last nlijtit, and was
hurled thirty leet in tho uir and in
htan ly killed. Th; top of his head was
Another Church Scandal.
Amor, Ma.hh., October 4. Tho trial of
l!ev. F. B. Sleeper, of Gardner, for fel
onious assault alleged to have bceu com
miltod upon Mrs. Ellen Ho t, began in
the District Court of Gardner yesterday
Tho testimony of Airs. Holt is to tho ef
fect that ou the afternoon of June 28,
ltsy.', Rev. Mr. Sleeper, her pastor called
upon her and during his visit with forco
committed tho outrage. The Uovera
ment put on only two wltuesses yester
day. The defense have had a large num
ber, who testified that Mrs. Holt's repu
tation for veracity Is bad. The case was
udjourned until to-day.
Grain and Provision.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1884.
Cotton Steady; middling. 9li -JiO'i j.
Flouu Steady: A A.X w cuoico, y.4i j.35.
Wiikat Lower; No. 1! Ked, BU'&)'ic:
No. J IUM, :Vi't,o.
toiiM-llliflior: Nu.s mixed. Kii 0; No.
! wliite mixed. HWiOc. '
OATS-IIUrher: No. , SliMo.
im: Weaker; No, 3. 6uH.r,l',o.
Touacoo i-irm; iuits; voinmon to choice
tii.iWlO.OJ; leaf; common rod leaf, fTkxd
XU.UU: medium to (rood f.i.OMUM.
lUv Pruirio tu.eniilii.UJ tor prluiotocholoe
new: ciover mixed. t'J.UOifilillO lorcoininon 10
prune: ctioloo oew timoUiy, tll.Wiilil.OO; fan
UUTTBit Higher: cnolcoto tancy c.reamerj
i'ioc: duiry, choice to tancy, low
Euas Steady; fresh BtoeW, lOo per
For atobs Dull, at av34 )o per buxhol.
Pokk Steady; nowmoss. tM.7KH7.0O.
Laro yulut: prime steam, "S'7ic.
IIaco.v Lonirs, lUViOlUCto; nhorw. liailXc;
clem ribs, hi','tSiWc, ull packed.
Woojr-Tuu-washed, cboioo, -159C('4o: fair,
nio; diniry und low -JSittXc. Cnwashed
L'hoico medium, &'4&'lc; Kood aroraio mo
dionj IK into: soluutod llifln lino 176ISo; jrood
a.-erati, ldiilio; heavy HvJI'lo: conitiinir,
uio id, i(i (fr'Aai coinbinir, low trra lea. Kivouio.
HliiKS Hiirlier mid linn; dry Hint, lti!4e;.
dunuored, l:t',c ; hulls or siaifH Hint Jilu,
salted, lie; frluo stock, 6c. Green suite I, He;
diiiniiKl'd, "Jc; vculcall' skins, II ie; hulls or
Btuif't, .lto; trreen uneured, ti'i,ytc; datnniro.l,
0e; (flue, 'Ms.
Biikki' I'Bi.TS Weak; irroen. KV,ot, dry
do, 4Ui(50o., us to amount an I (juulltyot wool;
irreeo slicurling-s, li'Oe.
Wiirat Lower; October,
tier, 7:tc; December. W 'jc;
Coiin Kiimur; October, Oflc: Novoin
bcr. Sic; year, ttc, Ja lu.iry, W'iv; May,
OATS-t'teady; Octohcr, '-il'.jc; November,
2l)o; Kfooniber, Lie; year, sai'4c; May,
I'oiiR-ritendy; Octobcr.flil.Mi year.f
LAito Weaker; Oetohnr. f7.2i'4: Novmnbor,
t7.X!t,7.3 4: January, t7.'i"i; Kelu uarv, 7.:w
HinmT Kins October, Sil.soj November,
VVllKAT Ixiwer; No. i Red, October, 87to;
Novembor SUl-jo; Deoember, Wlfe; January,
Klc: May,im'4o. .
Cohn firmer; October. (i.'I'ic; November,
OlWe; Ooeember, file; January, 4,e; May,
OA i'H Firmer; Octolter, :i:."4o: November,
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos Receipts, ,0(i0; firm, about Re hither;
Utrht, (l.fiW.:i.r; rouirli packing, tLavVlo;
heavy pookliof and uliippliw, ViMii'M;
CATTI.K RiKWlpM. a.VlO; quiet and weak;
exports. SU.rrtW.a'i; irood to choice,
.nO.il.rt; common to fair, M.OJiAnU'); Tox
8HKKP Receipts, 1,000; slow; common to
t'Arrt.B UnchaiiKod: fair to inediiim sb ors,
fi.lfl(Ui.u(); llirht. butchers' l.7r.f!J.il; mixed
HHKKi'-tlnehariireO; oomnion to fair, .'!.25
M.Rr: wochI to oliolw, M.iHKfH.40: Western
lambs, 4.tM.70; Canada lamhs, VM)!h:,.
Hons Market dull; irood to choice Yurk
era, 5.irfijri; common and llKbl, tl.lKK.ri.l0j
OI1I01 nnd MinhlKans, l.7iV(Ci.trj, frood modi
olus SCKlWi at ITi.ttKili5.45.
CATrt,K-Hecelpm, 1,800; market stead
ier but prices unch.viKnd; exporters,
til.noiiS.irii irood to eliflhi) chlprilnir, 5.404
15, 85: eoininon to medium, B'6i.iM; feol
era, S-'I.IKI.VI; rows, ftllinU; trrai,s Texas
Steers, l X'Ka'&'l.Ao.
lioim Reoclpta, :),(X)l; market nteady mid
irood 5 hiKlier; low of ail to W. pounds avur
unn, 4 6VA S: mainly at t siV";l..
ttiiREi' Roouipte, OtiO; wank nnd Irifglnr,
Money and Btoo'i Mirliut.
NKW YonK, Ootflbnr 4 -Monny jmr
coat. Uxohaiwo quiet, hit firm, novum
ment firm; eurmncy, S's, ISA bid: 4's, coupon,
1IS bul;.4H'a, do., lis; bid. With the ex
eeptlon of a short lntarvl or bnrlint ut tho
MonliiK thlanornlmr (hero hs limn but lit
tle done In tho market Ho far, h ! prices
with tpurhmi abrtHtJO;), wlinn the tfiruin
howoVn airvahofi Afar thrum or Uirt nhrht of
K tilpurooot. IVooittiat time (o inHlday
SultouMiBashnun thn Mily fimtiirn. At tlio
time of Wi Itlna- iMrtens were fiTu-tloniUlr off.
SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY.
" .... . . .
(roods are well made and sewed
with double tlnvadsunl will not rip. V; have them i'iuiqn'
111 prices: . n
Boys' Suits, from 8-1.50 fcoiH OOaSuit
School Suits, from U.r() to M.OOaSuit
Children's Suits, from 2.r( ) to 1 1 .OO a -nit
We also hive nil gnules of Hoys' Whiti and Colm-ed Ship s,
Children s Waists, and Hoys' an t Ohildr.ii'sOdi! Tants.
HjrPleaseeivo ns it c til, m wrt will wimw von fh . lii-gist siot-k of Roys' anil
Children's Suits, ami at t io lowest prims.
CHICAGO OXE-lMtlCM CIAlTJlINti HOUSE.
M. VV VA INK 1 i SON. PjMps.
HATS AND HUNTS' FUIiNlSlilXG GOODS.
CAIH O, I LL 1 ISTQ 1 S.
E. .:. A. .:. BUDER,'
y'li 7 (OMMf rtf UL AY,
104 Commercial Ave.,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japanned 33erlin and Aat(? "Ware,
Biid Cages, Hatli Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Afrent for Adams & Westlake Oil. fiasolinu and (.'as tven, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Bteel PIowh, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn ShellerH, Planters, Etc., Etc.
No8. 27 & 33,
TJCJiTCPIIONJiJ NO. IO.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CAIIK1ES THE LARGEST VARIETY OV
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS F0JI THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
RtipairinKilnno on Short Notice in tliuir Lino of BusIiichs. Exnmlno goodi nnd prl
ceH Icloro piirchisintf i Ih.-wIhto, Tlio largest Btock in the city at 123 Commercial Ave.
Wm. Xiiidwicr & Co.
E. A. BURNETT,
Booex.ciai Job Printer,
AS the Public Schools are about
to re open, wo call your attention
to our largo" new Fall Stock of
Boys' Suits, .
. School Suits,
1 1 1
SS VJ I
of tho very latest styles. These
ay -.- j. i ujsuii lo.
(iold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLAT K D-AV A. li K.
I3tf" Musical Instruments. St. LouU Pikes Duplicated.
- CAIRO, ILL-
Dealers In All Kinds of