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THE DAILY UAlttO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER t 17, 1884.
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
No. 101 Oommeroial & 6th. g
We have just received an invoice of fine
Carcoa and French Kid Button Boots, in
commonsense and Spanish styles, all sizes
and widths. These goods are first-class
in every particular, and will be sold at
our usual low prices. Ladies, come and
see them, they are beautiful.
rJtflE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Banking- Easiness
THOS, W. HALLIUVY
ENTERPRISE HAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
K. BH0S8, Prldent.
U. WELLS, Cashier.
e. N8FF, VlcePrea'nt
T. J. Korth. Aaa't cash
. BroM. ........ Cairo I William Kiute. .CMro
Peter Neff .... " William Wolf.... "
C. M.Oetcrlob " 10. 0. Patier "
E.A.Buder " II. Wella
J. Y. Clomson, Caledonia.'.
A GENERAL BAN KING BTJSIN KbS DONE.
Kxchango so'.d and bought, lnteroit paid ii
the HaviDKa Department. Collections made aud
all bualnets promptly attended to.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELKCTKO-VAPOR ah a MEDICATED
A lady lo attendance.
J! M. IIARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eaat Side Commercial, below 8th St.
JR. K. W. WHITLOCR,
Ornea No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
".Cl't j and Ninth titreeu
jJJ G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
Omci-Clty Dm Store, Carbondale, 111.
In preaenta gwn awajr. Bend
- i juu win n m pacKage.
ru ui iarK Taiu, ipav win .inri you in 'u
that wilt at on bring roa In money ratr thi
anylhlnii ulae In America. All about the 11 n.i
lODreaenie wltchhn. Arat.ti w.ntiTavar
wbera. of ollb-ir rex.of ali ayea. for all toet'me.or
pare time oulv, to work fur ui at their own noma.
FortUDMfvr allworkeraabaolutelyaitaurod. Don't
Olar. B. UALLUTr CO., I'ortlaid, Mt.
B 351! A BS 3g
a feu is -li 2
a g XL, R
Santa Clans and Original Toy Store
Don't fail to call and examine my stock
of silver-plated ware from tbe best makers,
before purchases for the holidays.
7t 14S and 150 Commercial ave
New Uinin? Koom,
just opened, 13 itto'a new building up'stairs.
Look for the Red Ligflit,
at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee.
C Kocli, Manufacturer and Dealt r
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a
large assortment of gents' and ladies' boots,
shoes and rubbers ot all style aud size.
Hand-made goods a specialty, also always
on hand leather and findings. It will pay
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Ilewett can supply you with the beBt
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee. tf
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very nincb, and
the second bottle bas absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size fl .00. a
Place vour orders with Ilewett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcBuuo's, CO Ohio
Do not let your little darling suffer so
wita that horrid cough 1 Go to your drug
store and get a bottle of Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It s
so nice your darling will be delighted to
take it, and it will atop the cough, cure any
throat or lung complaint quicker than any
other remedy. Sold at 25u., 50c. and $1.00
per bottle. 1
Entrance to Botto'd Diuiusr-room,
on Commercial avenue ami on Seventh St.
Uewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door eist of Commercial. tf
UucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tht world for Cuts.
BruiBes. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rhmim. Rnvnr
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all SkinEruotionB. and nositivelv
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per-
teci saiiBiacnon, or money retunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Open Day and Nig-ht.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levco.
Never Give I' p.
If you are sufTurinu with low and 1i.
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general dc
bility, disordered blood, weak MinHtilntwin
headache, or any disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means Drocure a buttle, nf RW.p,
trie Bitters. You will bo surprised to see
uie rapm improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
bbu uctivny win return; pain and misery
will cease, and hcncelorth vmi will n.ini
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
nity cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. 6
Only the Best Brand of uvsters.
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee. tf
"Houuh on rain."
ly for acheH, pains, sprain, hoadoche, ncur
For man or beast. 23
and 00 cents.
Opening; the Fountains.
In numberless bulbs bencAth
secreted the liquid substance which uives
mo nair its texture color and gloss. Wlien
this secretion stopo, the hnir becoms dry
luaireiess, urutio and gray. Is that tlx
condition of your hair! If so, apply Par
aeri uir uaisam at onco. It will restore
the color, gloss and life by renewing tho
.vu-.u iii unmro. mo uaisam is not an on
not a dye but an eleuant toilet article
blghly appreciated because of its cleanll
The Hone of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny,
crawny and delicate, use "Wells' Health
GOULD ON THE OUTLOOK,
A Successful Man's Opinion of tbe
Business Prospeot For the
He Thinks We Are Down to. Hard Fan,
and That 1885 Will Be a Money
Labor Settling Down to European Prices,
WiU Keep tbe Balance of Trade
In Our Favor.
New York, December lfl.-Jay Gould
was asked by a reporter at his residence
to express bis Views at to tbe present
condition of business and the outlook
for the future. "Why la the business
world so depressed?" be was asked.
"For various reasons, one is, Unit we
pass through just such periodical de
pressions at least every ten years. I
think the Indications are that we are
now down to hard-pan. The railroads are
not making a good showing becaue tho
war has been the means of reducing
the rates to such a figure that the com
peting lines are compelled to do business
at less than the cost of operation. Again,
the season about the period of a resi
dential election is always one of de
spondency. The prospects of a change of
administration cause a great many enter
prises to beslUite. Business men are un
certain as to the policy of any incoming
administration, and fear to make ven
tures. Thla feeling of apprehension,
I believe, however, is passing away. The
fears of a change in the tariff system also
seem to be growing less marked, becauso
labor is settling down to
Again, the beginning of a new year Is al
most upon us. At such a time business
firms desire to call a halt and take an in
ventory of their stock and Mart out
"Do vou believe that the outlook for
business is an encouraging one?"
'Most certainly I do. I think thnt tho
year 1885 will be a money-making year,
as the balance of trade is now in our
"Do you not think that the advent of
the uew administration will furnish
further encouragement td the buslucss
"I believe that the admlnktnitinn fif
President Cleveland will be careful, sound
and conservative. I did feel that the Re
publican party should be continued In
power, because I recognized the fact that
its platform was pronounced upon tho
subject of a protective tariff, but now
that labor is settlinz down to a lower
basis 1 do not know but that it is just as
wen mat mo Democrats were victori
"What, in vour ODlnion. will he the i.
sue in the fight between tho New York
central ana tne west snore?"
"Eventually the West Shore must cive
In. If Vanderbilt decides that it is nec
essarylfor him to own it, ht will purchase
u ai ma own price.
"What is vour ODinion of the last renrirt
ct the Central lioad.
"I do not believe that the NVw YnrV
Central Company has paid any dividend
which it has not fairly earned. The is
sue of bonds which ia made nnhlin hv
the statement I happen to know, was
maae oecause oi tne need ol money lor
the purpose of carrying on vast im
Drovemcnts. Don't labor under the dp.
lusion that the New York Central Rail
road Is poor. It is possibly the most
magnificent piece of railroad property in
vue country. "
THK DON FORKUANDKD.
London, December 16. -Dispatches re
ceived this afternoon state that Spain has
seized sixty-three miles of the West Afri
can Coast between Capes Bojardo and
Blanco, together with the factories on
the river, in district, and the gold dig
gings between Contra Bay and Cape
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, December 1C The weather
at Brighton Beach was mild, and In con
sequence there was a good attendance.
The track was very muddy.
First Race Maidens, three year-olds
and upwards; five furlongs i Judge
Griffith, first; King B., second; Jack,
third. Time, 1:07 1-2. Mutuais paid
Second Race All ages; one milei
Centennial, first; Glendower, second;
Harriet, third. Time, 1 :60 1-2. Mutuais
Third Race; all ages; two miles t Cara
mel, first; Nettle, second; George
Slngerly, third. Time 8:47 1-4. Mutuais
Fourth Raco Beaten horses; one and
on-eighth miles s Rachel, first; Baby,
second; Bouncer, third. Time, 2:04 1-2.
Mutuais paid 921.55.
Fifth Race Beaten Horses; three
fourths mile: Hickory Jim, first; Hazard,
second; Agincourt, third. Time, 1i28 1-4.
Mutuais paid 96.16.
MET III3 MATCH.
Jack Xfempaey Fall to Knock Groom
Wilson Oat In Four Round.
Philadklphia, Pa., December 16.
Jack Dempsey met his match at Arthur
Chambers' last night where he endeav
ored to knock out George Wilson in four
rounds, Marquis of QueenBbury rules.
George Wilson is a nephew of the famous
"Tug" Wilson. Tho four rounds were
oleverly fought and at tho end each man
was In good condition and the purse of
936 was awarded to Wilson. At tho
onrnament at Johnny Clark's Club
theater, Captain Kmory stopped the fight
between George Gobig and Denny Kclle
ner, the heavy weights, who were con
tending for the first prlie. The fight was
a aavage one trom the outset, and in the
second round Gobig was administering
some Urrlflc punishment to Kllcher,
whan Captain Kmory Interfered. There
were no arrests.
Slad of BoarUt Fever,
Nsw Yorjc, December 16.Fredcrlo
Sherman, one of the best known club
men of this elty, died suddenly at his
home at Fort Washington, on Sunday, of
aoarlai fever, wUek m caught tram one
GAtvRSTON, Tex., Docoruljor lfl. The
Barkentlno Violet, from Havana, has
two cases of yellow ferer onboard, and
Is detained In quarantine.
Grinding the Faoe ot the Poor.
Nashville, Tk.vn., December 1C
Official notice was given yesterday, to
the operators of tho Western Union Tele
graph Company that from and ufter date
no pay would bo allowed for extra work.
The wages of employes In the clerical de
partment were reduced considerably, and
the compensation of messengers was also
cut down. Similar notices were posted
In other offices throughout tbe State. A
lively war lu rates is expected upon the
completion of tho Baltimore aud Ohio line
to Nashville this week.
Wasulnoton, D. C, December 10.
Following are the Treasury bulances to
day: Gold coin and rmlllon frn.iioo 970
Hlver ilollura and bullion I'iO,l',WS
Fractional ullvor cuius. ifli,OM,!(.i(J
United htatea nntcS s:i,wil,u.
National liutik notes lu.CMi.Utf
l)epoNiu with National Bunk de
Gold $ W,Ofi7,'.'no
Silver J 111,11 U.'iil
Intdunal revenue receipts W.iiTl
Customs - bJi.ui
Cattle Ranges Burned Over.
Ft. Keouu, M. T., December 10. Two
cowboys just in from the northwest re
port an extensive prairie fire In the Sweet
Grass hills, which bas already burned a
tract of country thirty-five miles In width.
It came down within four miles of tho
ranche of the Benton and St. Louis Cattle
Company, but was prevented from doing
serious damage by the prompt action of
the employes of the company. The loss
of the grass at this time of the year will
be of serious consequence to the cattle
men, who needed every blade of It. All
the hay stacks In the burned district put
up for tbe winter season were consumed.
A marauding band ol Piegans Is believed
to be responsible for setting the grass on
Grains and Provisions.
TUESDAY, DECEM1IEU 16, 1S4.
Oottox Steady; middling, lO'.ftM'jp.
Fuiuu Steady; ..X to choice, U-'mh3.20;
Wiikat Eiraier; Xo. Sited, "6, 477c : Xo. 3
CoitN HtKlierj Xo. 2 mixed, 34','iiS41,e;
No. t white mixed. 37';o.
Oats Weaker; Xo. '.'J,,'25',c.
Kru Dull; No. J. 4va4e,c
Tohacco Finn; Iukh; common tn chrdee,
m'H0.O0; leuf; common red leaf, ?7.50t
io.oo; medium to irooil, i.i.uoa 17.00.
IUy Prairie, JMJO'a'.'.no for prime to choice
new; clover mixed, 7.Unra lu.ou tor common
to prime; prime new timothy, l.50'all.i0;
fancy, $1 1. Sow 111.50.
l'.i' tTKK Steady : choice to fancy creamery,
UtelSc; dairy, choice to fancy, H'o-iiu.
Koos Meady; frcMh stock, H'aUc.
i'oTATOKS fcurce and In demand ; EftHtorn
Hose, fioc; liurbank, UVa.Uv. Northern
Kluke, 35fe:ie; Victor, SB'aloc; recrlenn and
Mammoth Pearl, 40'zl.!,'jc; ltone,4J'ato; li ur
ban k, 4: s "-'
1'uKK Active; new nrnti, Jll-Wo 11.12t,'c.
Lako Quiet; prime Mteam. tfVati'.c.
IIauon I Aim;, fise; aborts, ti,V&6''c;
clear ribs, 6Vrii4ic; all packed.
Wools Tub-wuKlifiJ, choice, I2c; fair, 27o;
dlniryand low, ti'ai::, Unwashed . holco
medium, WaiO'ic; (food average medium, IS
faltfc; selected lliit line, 17'alnc; (food aver
ae, ltit l7c; heavy, ll a Pic; eombmif, (juar-tor-blood,
20$J0Jjc; combing, low graden, 14
litnES Groen sailed eanler; dry atcadv.
Green Salted, 8!;c; damaged, 7c; branded,
1o; bulls orbtims, 60; part cured, 7J'e; jrreen,
nncured, 7c; dry Hint, ic; damaged, W,c;
kip and calf -skin, ltc ; bulls or tunics, 10c ; dry
salted, lie; damaged, 10c; Klue stock, 60.
8HKHP Pki.ts Prime im-en salted, large
and full wooled, SofeTOc; dry do do, WaliOc.
Wheat Hlher; No. 2 lied. January,
RfHic; February, Hitfe; March, ic; April,
w;c; May, smc
Cokn Higher; December, liS'cbld; Janu
ary. "c; February, 4ii,','c; March, j May,
oats Stronger; January, 3'.'S'c; February,
33Jc; May, 84.se
Live Stock Market.
r Cattle Next to nothing doitr; prices
nominal; ood to heavy steers, $i.AV
8.90: lair to kooJ, $4.4o'.uO; common to
medium natives, $.).".Vt. 23; fair to itood
Colorado steers, $.1.7.VI.&U; llht to ooil
Blockers, $:i.00'3.7S; native cows and heif
ers, Si.&ttrt.Vj; milch cows aud calves, 11.00
Jlous Market active, at a decline of
lo'alfi per 100 per fcs; mixed packing at 4.00'
4.20; York welkins sold fairly active at
fa.'.IOa:i.'.; pl(8, $3.003.).
Siikk.f tood demand for prime and fnnoy
muttons; common to medium, HM'ai.tj;
fair to (rood, li.ft(i'o;l.00; good to choice, $.l.'.v
4.00, fauey,f.iVd't.:i.'i; lambs per loo lbs. J.i.00
Hons Hecolpts, 30,000 hc.aik; active and
strong; iodide higher; light, $4'aU0; rough
packing and Mhipplug, J t.j.'ia 4. 15.
Catti.r KeoeiptB, ti'iOO head; Christmas
eatlln, J7.(lu'o'7..'iii; good to choice, V.00'4.00;
common to fair, JI.Wiuj.iKi,
feHKKr Keceipts, 4,oou head; Inferior to
WllKAT-Hlgher; December, 71 o ; Jan.
nary. 71K'72c; February, 72,'c; May, 7"S3
Cokn Lower; Year, 40e; January,
36Ue; February, 34c; May H7c.
Oats Firmer; Dueuiuber, 21c ; January,
24lc; Fobruary, use; Murch, UIJVo; Muy,
PoiiK-IIlgher; January, $10.77 X February,
110.1)0; March. $ll.eu; May, $H.:iO,
Lahi Hlgiier; Ieeember, $i.ft74'; January,
J0.0O; February, $rt.G7S' i March, $il.70.
Shout Hun. January, M.MK; Febmary,
B.W; March, $5.W.
Oatti.r Warkot wnerally unchanged;
extra Christinas ste?is, $7.it)S.oo, eholee,
M.eowS.fiO; good shippers steers, $.V80'S !W;
fair to medium, $l.,Va5.40; light butchers',
shkhi-and LAins Market generally un
changed, hut tending lower: common to
fair, JJ.76M.40; good to eholee fodders, $4, 0'd
4.6u; Kght feeders under 00 pounds not
wanted; Western lambs,. $3. "hial. 70; Canada,
llo(s Market fairly active and a shade
higher; good to choice Yorkers, $l.:!f)s4.40;
light to fair, $l.4,30; good mediums, fl.miw
.4u; a few extra aelocted heavy, R4.Wt.uo;
rough to fmr ends, U0'cH.O0; about all sold.
Cattlk Tterelpts, 800 hrad; market slow;
exports, $,1.7r6.40; good to choice ship
ping, $4.54i 5.00 ; common to medium,
luia4.4(i; loedurs, $u.6o4.e0; cows, $2,Hur
lloas ttocelpts, 7,600 head ; market slow ; 100
lower; lots of xr7 to Ulv pounds, $3.H0ia4.(H);
inaiiily Jil.iw. '
KHKKK-lteeelnts, 07 head; market quiet at
Jj.ooeiM) for fair to good.
' Money and Stock Marks!
New To he, Dooomber 18. Money, 1 por
cent 1 eichange dull; Governments limit
currency, (I's Ja 1 bid; 4 s, coupon, m bid
Vs, do., ll.iH bid. The stock markot thus
far to-day has been dull and fovunsli with
out feuture. At the opening the market was
dull: subsequently the bull ell, iocs bid prices
JP H'akt "sing the Grangers as a lever
to force prices up. The advanoo was hard
S ,,I1,.WJ!,,', h" ,,rar "'a In a raid oa
Mew York Contral and Lackawanna, press
ing them slmruly for sale. They readily
Jiv.? "" the whole list to weaken.
LVlS ---? ?I w.rulni thn wl"0,t ' d
IlMi ana the tous levsrUh. t -.
We are showing a large and elegant stock of useful
HOLIDAY PRESENTS in
Fino Suits for Men, from 84.00 to 830.00
Fine SuitH for Boys, from 8b00 to 818.00
Fine Suits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
Rich and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of the latest styles.
Don't fail to examine our Fine Embroidered and Uand
psiiiitc d Silk Suspenders, Fine Silk Neckwear, novel? ies in
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Fancy
Nightshirts, Fine and Medium Underwear, Silk Umbrellas
with Thin. Ivorvnnd Silver Ihindhs. Lwitlu v mul Vlnli TnfF
and Collar Hoxes, riir and (Jenuine Sealskin Caps.
New Goods' anil (Correct Styles at
CHICAGO OXE-PJUCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WEUNF.lt Sc SON. Props.
i Reliable d Ornl
and Ileadcjuartcrs for
I would call the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
vicinity w ishing to make purchases for the Holiday to call
and inspect my immense "stock, larger than ever, and at
prices to suit the times.
The following goods are a small part of
mv assortment :
Cliinn, Basque aud Wax Dulls of all
Ki-i Body Doll, Dreased Dolls,
Doll lleailri, Doll l!odicn,
Dull II USt. O 111)18,
Stationery, Toy Hooks,
Slates, FnMcy Work Hxes,
Toy Whit ,hm, Velotijtedi'i',
Children's, Slimes' and LudicY Willow
and FMiicy CliHirH,
Fancy I'IuhIi Ci-mb Cast?,
Hulicuiian aDd Silvered Glass Vase',
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned lierlin and Agate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajreiit for Adams & W'phtlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Flown, Chilled Plows, Walkiuc: Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKLKPIIONK NO. J20.
Dr. J. A. Sherman, of 2!M Broadwav. New VorU, faraoua for tho pnst 35 years for bl aacceisfu ly meth
od (ircurlmtriipturit without urqir.nl operation. Is now at hla elllco, St. L ula. wicra be will rumaln
totr at tiatleiita till ti'O ibof Deronihi-r. During trealnunt patients can labi.rwllln ut Inte r ring
with tlioMiro, ami wlih artv Irom alraniriilatMd rupture. Hla book, with likoneaa of baa caaea before
atid aflur cure, ta mailed for 10 centa. Ketmniber, In Bt Louis, oillcra 404 Market itreet. nM
Yt YORK STOltK,
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Uor, Nliiuteonth etronl I Po S tt Til
(Inniimirclal Avttnnw ' '.milla 11'
The Rcirular Cairo & Paducah Dally
Sbi GUS FOWLER
IlltNRY E, TAYLOR, Master.
UKOHU1C JUUKb, Clerk.
Lavea P.iducah forOtlrn dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. in ., and Mound City at lp.m. Kotaro
log.leavei Cairo at 4 p.m. Moond City atap.m
China and B iequc Ornaments,
Brohze Fiuurcs and Ornaments,
Decorated Slotta aud Slubtache Cups,
Cupx and Saucers,
Child's Cupa, Saucers and Plates,
Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets,
Handsome line of Decorated Lamps,
Dicorated Chamber Sets,
heil Boxes, Alliums, Scrap Books,
Autofcjrx ph Albums,
Ciyar and Cigarette Casts,
Hobby Horses, Sleifhs
Full assortment of Skates,
lie, &c-, &c.
150 Commci'cial Avenue.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALW1TS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Beer ia kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80K, Agent.
Next Alexander Co, Sank, BthSt
prOood Btook and Prices Beaionablt.1