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THE DAILY UAlflO BULLETIN; SUNUAV MOUNING, OGTOBJEU is, 18S4.
Underwear & Hosiery Dep't
Popular Reliable Cash
DKY GOOJDS HOUSE
We now offer the largest
dies', Gents' & Children's Underwear eyer shown in this city
which we oner at prices that
Ladies' Scarlet Vests and Drawers,
Ladies' Scarlet Vents and Drawers,
Uents scarlet Shirts and Drawers, an wooi,.75c, 91 00 & 91.50.
Cents' White Shirts and Drawers, worth 75c , for 50c.
Ladies' White Meriuo Vests, worth 50c , for 35c
Ladies' White Merino Vests, worth 75c, tor 50c.
Lare hue Children's Underwear, from 25c. upward.
Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hose, worth 35c, for 25c
Elegant line Children's All Wool Hose, fi om 10c upward.
Great Bargains In Ladies' Cashmere Hose, at 35, 40 & 50c
Gents' All Wool Cashmere Hose, extra good, value at 85, 40 & 50c.
Bayers ol Underwear will
us. Having nought largely trom nrst Hands upen a depressed
t! .Ll A- i.I.. A t. -
miriuu, we are aoiu iu oner luuucemeuis, sucn as no jam
cious or economical buyer, can aflord to ignore.
OHAS. It. STUART.
FOK 8 ALE Hnyrti.ck Jumn-xett tun-fly. Hut orlce
$J45, Lew, Kdd Job, for 15i). Inquire of K. A.
VOH 84LK. New Home Sowing Machine right
from the factory, Hat price $50 for t'M, E. A.
FOR SALE. Haydock Phaeton, new. list price
t'jmt. for HJj.-liiquiro of it. A. Burnett, Bulle
FOK EBNT Cnhl'e residence property, . e. cor
(3nd Uolbronk Ave Kino i! story brick rual
denceoflO ronma, elegantly flnltbed In modern
atyle: barn.out-houtfi. etc. Large yard with fruit
and ahrnbery. Hunt low tit a good tenant.
M. J.UOWLElf, Agent.
FRRENT The large, commodious afore room
and baeemtint on Levee at., below 8th at., re
cently occupied by N. It. Thlntlewnod & II ro.
M. J. I1owi.it, Agent.
FiR RBNT-Roaldence property of Col. Ja. 8.
Koarden on Flfteentn streul. Ilonao eontaina
ten rooma, ba all needed coav nlimcea and n in
good condition generally.
M.J. HOWLKT, Real Etale Agent.
RK81DBSCK FOR RENTxThe cottage lately
ccnnled by 0. HaytbornAon Tenth afreet, be
tween Walnut and OenV. lloue In to thorongh
repair, piloted, papered, etc. Apply atM. AO.
R. K. office, Ohio Levee. lw
Attend church to-dy.
Additional locals on tliird page.
Canton flannels at 6, 8, 10, 12, 15,
and 20 cents, at J. Burger's. It
E. C. Pace, of Ashley, is in the city,
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Al Lewis.
The Sunday Cur.stiin stands one
chance in seven of jotting to heaven. Ex.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagnla's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Baseball game this afternoon between
the Cairos and a nino from Sikeston, Mn,
Tenth street will ron bo open to the
levee, the repairs procoeiling at a lively
Plushes and colored velvets In all
shades at J, Burger's. It
A Rood gardener would find a pleasaut
situation by applying to Lon O. Fuxon,
Dr. Wardner's familiar face was visi
ble in our city a few hours yesterday. He
went borne last night.
Bo sure you attend the fall anl winter
opening at Mrs. Williams m's new store on
Commercial avenue. 3t
Firewoad is rolling in by the ctr lod.
The B.'ech Ridje haul trs had bettor get
down to business.
Quail shooting is said to bo exception
ally fine this fall and tho Nimrods are
' making good time.
Buy the Herrod shoe iu lace and but
ton, for gents, $2.75, at J. Burger's. It
Tho Cobden Suntkel of this week cel
ebrates the beginning of its second year by
painting its eighth pago red.
Yesterday was another lovely fall day,
and the ladies were out in a body looking
at the pretty styles for fall and winter.
Ladies desiring clouki are advised to
call and see the entirely new line Just open
ed at Mrs. Williamson's. 3t
Sume of our fair citizens ' aro having
their fortunes told by the gypsies who stop
here to feed on their way to warmer climes.
John A. Poor relumed yesterday from
a trip to Wichita, tho b wming city of the
Arkansas valley, and other points in Kan
sas. For style and durability wear the Her.
r4 shoe -for salo at J. Burger's. 1 1
- Fulton county is happy over tho receut
cold sn ip, as it put a q iietua on the army
. worm, which was doing considerable dam
age in many places.
The fashionable girl of the period now
says "father" in the good old-foshloned
way. "Pspi" and ;"nmma" aro donoral
sated m vulgar.
Souveoirt wlllfce presoatod the ladies
atteodlog Mrs. Williamson's fait and win
ter opening on Friday and Saturday next. 8
Invitations are out lor a reception to
t given by Saffird Lodge, No. 67, 1, 0.
0. Fnat the Ideal Loaguo ball next Wed
aeadajr evening, the 15th.
; "Belle Boyd," the famous Confederate
k7f, la bound to keep notorious. On Thurs-
and most complete line of La
cannot be duplicated elsewhere
all wool, 11.00.
all wool, extra qnaliltv, $1.25 & 91.50
mve money by purchasing from
day night of this week she tried to kill a
young man at Dallas, Texas, giving as i
reason that he had betrayed her daughter
The young man was shot through the arm
The transfer boat engineers' strike has
ended peacefully, the men having accepted
the compromise proposed by tho railroad
companies $70 per month.
Hons. R. J. Oglesby and Dan. W.
Munn came in on yesterday's train from
the north and atter registering at The Hal
liday, took the special for Mound City.
Judge Bross, on his way to Chicago,
was caught by the cold wave at Du Quoin,
Wednesday, and had to lay over to await
the arrival of flannels, etc., from home.
. A scientific piper announces that Eng
land is making barrels of steel, and the
Courier-Journal wants to know what the
young Britons are to make bonfires of.
It is pretty well understood that
Fitzgerald has "got" Oladney; but there is
some consolation for John. He will get
Fitz on election day. (Diagram on applica
tion.) Lost The snapper of a party whip.
Suitable reward for return of same or in
formation loading to its recovery any time
before election day. Address John Olad
ney. It takes .pretty careful navigating to
go down the levee walk now at night with
out losing any cuticle. But the condition
of the walks is being improved as rapidly
Minnesota farmers are feeling blue
over too-much rain. Potatoes are rotting
in the ground, threshing machines are idlo,
the roads are bad, and the ground cannot
Talk about "getting up" with the baby,
the Georgia papers are telling about a baby
which who- that was born in a balloon.
The Ilawkeye opines that the parents will
let the sky rocket.
Country boys are sometimes in the
habit of ri'ling their horses over tho side
walks leading out of town, This is an
offenne against tho ordinance?, and punish
able by a heavy fine.
The country quill driver now frantic
ally calls for that cord wood which was to
be hauled in on subscription. It will not
bo a cold day when he gets it. It will be
the middlo of July or August.'
A punning ft;nd says that St. John
now has a chance to make his Mark. The
enthusiasm for him at present is Luke
warm, though it will doubtless Paul before
election, and perhaps Peter out altogether.
M'.ss BclvaLockwood intends to have
her Cabinet made a la Pompadour, cut
bias, with seven rows of knife plaiting
down tho front and a jabot of 8panish lace,
with niching of Scotch mull and pink
bows around the neck.
Tho Illinois Central railroad has or
dered the survey of a line from Yazoo City
to Memphis, to tap tho territory tributary
to the MiiB'msippl and Tennessee railroad,
which reneutly passed into the hands of a
rival company. Globe-Democrat.
Thoso candidate fellers, cries an exas
perated farmer, can talk prutty slick about
the grandeur and independuoco of farm
lifo, but Ml waer my last year's straw hat
that nono of 'cm ever tried to convinco a
pig that It ouht to go out of the garden by.
way of the samo hole in the fence that it
came In. ( Exchange.
While Jay Gould was on a Sunday
cruiso with his yacht, Atlanta, ho ran on
the rocks in Hell Gate and made a narrow
cscapo from destruction. The Government
owes it to itself to facihtato Mr. Gould's
passage through that gate. In fact, the
latch-string ought to bo hung out and the
hinges greased for his reception.
3mlth & Brinkmcyer having just re
ceived a comploto stock for a first-class
merchant tailor establishment, consisting
of the best and latent design! of all the
loreign makes of woolen cloths, casslrneres,
etc., which thny will sell at tho lowest
figures and gusronloe sntlslactlon. Pleaso
call and havo ur drat choice while the
stock It full. u&th3w
A General Doeporatoly Wounded
By An Editor, Compliments -His
A Dismal Outlook For the Fronoh Aral
in Tonquin Unless Largely Eein
foroad, They Must Fail
Report of Colonel Stewait'a Death Con
firmed Stsamship Sunk in a Col
lision Six Men Drowned,
' FKKNCH rUIJTKNEAa.
Txuia, October 11. After Captain
Fournlor waa wounded In his duel wlxli
ltochiB, he lost much blood, but re
mained conectooe. Ha shook hand a
warmly wrth hU antagaslat and compli
mented Koclwrort upon his sUltlul
risis, uotooax u.ia utxrte urgoa
upon the Goverment the nocessltr of
sanding reinforcements to Tonqaln,
statiug that eotwitkatanding tha victo
rleo ol the franca force there, ttey are
suffering a dally reduction In numbers,
while the CMtMee losses are replaced,
ana save mat UHna. wnere uxo la held
cheap, mom otherwise prevail, and It ie
evident that a largd and coatiy French
army mat be dhtpaechod to Tonqula to
save tho remnant of the Iteuch lorces,
unites ii is airesKry coo taie.
Caiuo. October 11. Colonel Kitchener
telegraphs from Ambnkal that one of bis
mcsaengers sent out to learn lorther
particoiajs ol tne late ol Colonel Stewart
and his party, has returned and rcDorta
that he uaw four survivors of Colonel
btowart's party, as reported In yester
day's dispatches, who had been captured
by the ntbele. He says thi-y were all
blacks, and he learned lrom them that nil
the European with Colonel Stewart. In.
eluding Cornel Murdock. the Greek
Consul at Nicola were among the
WERK GLAD OV IT.
Cairo, October 11. It Is noteworftiv
that the first advlcea Twi'voA horn f
Colonel Stewart's murder was received
with creat reiolclnc In the native ou;irters
of the city.
TUB UKJ'OKT CONVlUMJU).
Cairo. October 11 Tha Mndlr f
Doogota telegraphs that be has received
Information conflnolug the report of the
murder of Colonel Stewart and fits com
Home, October 11. Further advices
from Catania state that the cyclone last
eftry ten minutes.
WHAT CAU8UD IT.
Naples, October 11. The Increase in
i he number of cases of cholera In the
pas twenty-foar hours Is attributed by
physicians to over-indulgence by the
people In strone drink durmir the October
re Vclfl. Tha Devmunori this mnntiito
nrge the Government to issue au order
eioslng all wine shops.
Dublin, October 11, 10 a. m. Sulli
van continues to rally, and his friends
have hopes of his recovery.
ine ixroiAeutenant Qua issued a
proclamation prohibiting tho holding of
the Matronal League meeting ou Mill
street, Monday next.
6TKAMKU8 IX COLUHION.
Glasoow, October 11. A dispatch has
just been received from Greenock which
states that the steamers ltosville and Eu
rope collided off the htterport. aud that
the Europca sank almost immediately
after the collision, and that tha
and engineer and four m.n of the latter
vewei were arownea.
Tha New York LeariaUtura Denounced.
Albamy, N. Y., October 11. At a meet
ing of laid -off workmen held this morn
ing in the City Hall, resolutions were
adopted eulogizing Commissioner Perrv
and denouncing the Legislature which
refused to make the additional appropria
tion asked lor. There are about 150
men at work to-dav ronndin nn th nn.
finished work. The contractors are also
working on tho Senate stiir-casc, which
will probably be finished about Novem
Withdrawal of tha Baltimore & Ohio.
Naw York, October 11. The Klernan
Agency reports Wall street gossips as say
Ing that the withdrawal of the Baltimore
& Ohio Company from the pool, which
takes effect oa the 12th lust, will doubt
less bring abont an Immediate aggressive
policy In which all the lines will partlcl.
pate. It is understood that a special
meeting has been catted to consider the
situation, and efforts wilt bo made to
bring abont a settlement of the existing
A Buapeotad Inoendlary Shot Dsad.
Umoktown, lk., October 11. During
an altercation near McClellandtown last
night between Samuel Keener, a sus
pected l.cendlery, and Tibbett Trlplett,
a detective, sent there for the purpose of
watching Keener, Trlplett shot and
ktlled the latter. Vrtplett was tailed.
He claims the sbootiog was done In self
doleuNe, as Keener was advancing on
him with a ahotgnn at the time.
B eoamiaad by tha ProatdanU
Washington, D. C, October 11. Tho
President has teeognlsed Francisco Splos
as the Cojual Gooeral of the Itopublla of
Bonador at Dew Tork Hmry Davidson
Walker, British Coawnlac Agent for
Eureka, Areata and HodUon, Cal.i
Stephen O. Small, Causal ol toe Argen
tine Bepobtto at Vertlaad, Ue.t Pailpe
Lebadle, Coonl of the United States of
Mexico at Altaotefrraa, K. M.
around to Fteaaa,
PiTTABuaoa, Pa., October 11. While
oiling the machinery at the Bepubllo Iron
Works this moral, William Andrteh,
aged fifteen, leQ between the cog-wheels,
and before be eotjM be extricated, his
betfy was literally groiad to pi.
Kkw York, Octobol1 11. Schrolof
Jlros. inslgnod to-duyi preferences,
6150,000. , t
The Fluir at Half-Mat in Yonkura.
Yonkkkm, N. Y., October 11. Ex
Mayor Kllian Flngg, who wus strlckoo
with puruysls on Thursday last, died
The Emma Bond Jury,
llnxsmmo, III, October 11. Tho
jurors In the Emma Ooni case will
have a picnic and reunion to-day at
tbu homo of l'etor L. Davouport, ono
of the members of the Jury.
To Eeoelvs the Juatlosa.
Washington, D. C, October 11 Tho
President Is expcctoJ to return to Wash
ington lu time to receive the Justices of
the United States Supreme Court at tho
White llousii Monday.
President Arihur'e Callors.
Nkw Ycikk, October 11. President
Arthur this morning wa& vMtud at the
tilth Avenue Hotel by Secretary
Chandler, Police Commissioner Preoch,
Commissioner of Charities and Cor
rections Jacob Hess, Cyrus W. Fluid and
William It. Travers.
Turned Up In Omaha.
Washington,- Pa., October 1 1. Post
master Wylle, who has been mysterious
ly missing for over a weok, hai turned
up in Omaha. A telegram received to
day says be has written two letters ex
plaining his absence.
Disappointed la Lovo.
Bloominutox, III., October 11.
ilattle King, a well-known young woman
of this city, was found dead In bed this
morning. Sho took a big dose of mor
phine during the night, lmviug been dis
appointed Iu a love uffair.
Shot in the Slret.
Pakis, I lu, October 11. A shooting
affray has just occurred on our streets,
in which two persons received slight
wounds and one was (uta.ly hurt. The
latter Is a notorious character by the
numo of Bud Elliott, and his deuile Is
momentaiily expected. The cause of the
melee is uu old feud.
IMl'OK'f AN'T TO TKAVELKIW.
A Slopping Car Company Not a Com
Oswkgo, X. Y., October 11. In the
Supreme Court, In the case of Pardee
ogainst the New York Central Sleeping
Car Company for the loss of money al
eged to have occurred ou o:io of their
cars, Judge Vuun non-suitud the plaintiff
m the grounds that it was not shown
that the company bad beeu gulity of any
ueg lgei.ee aUjd that they were uot com
mon carriers, but merely furnished con
veyances for sleeping, tho rallroaJ com
pany being the carriers.
MARKET KE POUTS.
Grain and Provision.
BATUKDAY, OCTOBEK 11, 18W.
Cotton Steady; inuldtintr. 9'i 4i01i v.
VUWUr-Sloiirty; JLO. to cuotoo, $i.iS friJS;
Wbkat Luwcr: No. 1! Hod. 7Hk2..H4:n!
No. S Hod, '.' (70c.
U)HH LOWor: mixed. WUQtMHa: So.
! wtiito ruixud, 60c.
OAT-Kinn: No. 2. 27 'io.
Kvs Firmer: No. 1!. 61o.
TOOAOCO Kirm: lu?: comiunn In rhnin
t6.iMAie.0e; leaf; common rod leaf, t'tJtxi
lu.uu: medium to roou iS.trKiA17.UQ,
iiAi -rnura r.'.ti4iu lor prime to cnoloe
new: clover mixed, tu.uoir.U.OU lor wimmon 10
Drimo: choloo now tluiuthv. cll.UK&U.(ii: fun.
uuttrk HiL'ncr: cholueto tanof rn'ampn
2bwAto: dairy. cUoloo to tuooy, io; low
WKis su-aay; rrosri stock, lao per dozen.
Potato! vStoaily, at Itxfrkle per rtumioi.
Poua Sternly; new mow. HO.60iilfi.7i
Uahj yulot; prime ewnuu. 7W7Hc.
Baoon Lonirs, lUAtcluo; ktiorta 11 ti
ll o; eKsar nOs, tiaUo, aU pnekud.
Wool Tub-waxoud. oUotoe. U.iuta'4o: fair,
27(tio; dingy ami low Jbi&Xo. Cnwahod
Choice modium, OJ'i'A'lu; irood avoraife mo
dluiu irtlto: auluotod liiflit ttnel7IAo: good
average, idijiio; uuavy 114100: oomfMiw. "i-
Uiond, 2WXWIS0: combing;, low irrak-s, IftiiHa
HlOKB llliftior and Brm: drv IllnL ltfUo:
datnaKed, 13S'o; hulls or statfg Hint 100,
damaired, 7o; veal calf skins, ll'4c: bullHor
BtllUMl. vc: KlUe BtOCK. fC. (irUCIl Hllltn.l. uo:
BtairH. no (rrucn uticuruu. 7n47'-.c: aanniifod.
biiu; irluo, to.
Shkkp fkuts weak: irroen. (H'lTao: arr
do, 3Jtfi0o., as to amount and quality ot wool;
trrecQ shearlinars, lbw20c.
Wheat lowers No. 2 Ituil. flctohir. !
November. 7Xo: December. SUKc: Junuurr.
9o: Kubruary, Wl'ic.
ntJouNI lr inner; Uctobnr. : November.
61 So; December, 6ic; Juuuary, Wc; May,
Oats firmer; ueiobor, iCo: November.
Whrat Stronirer; October. TflVc: Novem.
bor, 7H!io; Docoinbi-r. 'i'nSUliu; January,
Hustle: May, 87e bid.
CoitN Htuaciy: ocuibur. 50Vc: Novombor.
M5oo; year, WXe; Ja.mnry, au.uo bid; May,
oats Hicrncr: October. Z7So: Novombor.
27o; Dooembor, KHe; year, 27fco; May,
WHO- . -
fork Moany uctouor. jio.su: year. lU'i:
Lahd wironRor; ociobor, T.u; Novomber,
$7.U7i4: January, I'.Wi; February. 7.4,ri.
hHOKT tuns uuwjoor, i).uy urn; wovumoor,
f T.0U; January, M.M.
Live Etock Uarkat.
noos Rooelnta. H.OnO: wcakor: fiftloo
lowor; llKht. $1.70io6.tT); rouirli pack
ing, f4.(Vii4u.w; noavy paukinj and ahlppinir,
UATrLB lujcoiiiw, x.fvo; aui; ui'd io lower:
exports, WM!ii jrood to eliolcu,
B.fio: common 10 nur, .ww),7e; xexuim,
CATTLit UticliaiiKed; good to choloo steers,
t5.ao((.!l; falrtoiroodnativo uhlpplngHtoorH,
5.1VU6.MI; eommnn to lair liutclicrV frra les,
4.60idi.U; good to choice through lex ana,
Biibkp and Lam 11s Lnchangixl; common
tofair,f3rd);i.ilA;g(MMl toohoico, tiJ.tkxa4.4U; Can
ada lambs. H.flO'OUn.
Hous Domatid fair; Yorkers at $.1.2.')5.tJ0.
KANMAH (M I V.
CATTIjI Kncnlpts, (Wli; supply light;
market steady mul unclmiiKed; exports,
SAOO').; Kxd to cholco shipping,
f.VtKkai.Hf)! common to medium, f64.ttl;
fecdons fiJ.7rk(.l.40; cows, t.Mi,U; grass
Texas iAooi. ii.l(Xi.1.4tl.
UfMirt ltttoolptii, 4,'OJ; ripened strong,
cluing wnik a aliiwle low or; lots of till to
ZOM itxt. average, aa.uxiW.4U; mainly 5.20
Siiuisp IteeoiptA, 410: good stnadyt othnrs
wnuk: commou to medium W.Wtfi.&U; fair to
Money and Hloolc Mirknt.
r New Yoiia, OoUihur u.-Mnnnv lvi
cent Kxehiuigo QuUit and unohi.nfodt Oov-
ttrnmonu nnn; ourwuicy oa, vto hid; 4'S,
Douion bkl; 4w'h dl lt hH. Hie
ptock market nMtnd weak and fowiiah, and
nn U10 free mUHii of coal s mik by l-bila-delphla
paititm prtios tlccltnl Hi t , except
fur Union 1'aniOn and Paolllo Mall, both of
which wore hrld nnn on suptMirtlng ordora.
At time of wrlllig tlie miirket Is wvak at
ubout the lowest price.
Fine I niiMH Icil
ami all ()uu itio of
We again call your especial attention to our lare and
elegant stock of Fine Ready-made Suits of the very latest
styles. Wo are showing a beautiful lioeof four and live
buttoned Sack Miifs. 1 011 nine English plaid patch pocket
suits, which are all the go in the East, and a Urge supe
rior selection of four-buttoned cutaway Frock Suits in all
the new colors. 1 Iipkp. m(i
. , - a"", o ntu mn iu ihu iu t Jiiiicst allies
aud are equal in every respect to the best merchant tailor
work.r Prices from SlS.i'O to $:0.0() a suit,
Wh are also showing a tremendous larire line of suits
from &J..50 to 15.00. Wh positive'' guarantee to sell you
goods tor less money than anv other Iioum; iu rain,.
Boys' and Children's
Shirts and Waists.
. M. VVHIiNKlt it. SON.
HATS AND GKXTS' PUIiNISHIXG " GOODS.
104 Commercial Ave.,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TO,
Jaianncd lierlin and Aato AVare,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Tee Cream Freezers.
Affent for Adams & Weatlake Oil. Gasoline and (ias ' toves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkine Cultivator,
torn Sliellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, oS'Srii,.
TBLKPIIONK NO. SO.
WM. LUDWIG & CO,
iLiriiess, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally.
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Kubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOft THE NOVELTY TKUNK.
Repairing dono ou Short Notice in their Lino of BuuImjfb. Examino goods and pri
ces toiore purchaaingelBuwIiere. The largest stock iu tho city at 123 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Lndwig & Oo.
E. A. BURNETT,
Commercial Job .Printer,
-:- SDITS -
Very Latest Styles.
A. .:. 1 BXJIDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLAT 12 D-"W A H IS.
HT Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
- - CAIRO, ILL
Dealers in All Kinds of