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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ia,'l884.
No. 101 Oommeroial & 6th,
We have just received an invoice of fine
Cnrcoa and French Kid Button Boots, in
commonserise 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 mem, mey are oeauuiui
rjIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Ulinoia.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
THOS, W. IliVliljlU A.V
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
Uoroniercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BK0S8, Preiidont. I . NBFir, VlcePrei'nt
H. WELLS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth, Aas't cash
' . BroM.... Cairo I William Kliite. .Cr.lro
Peter Neff ... " William Wolf.... "
V, M. Osterloh " I O.O. Pallet...... "
s.A.Buder II. Well,
J. Y. C'lem'on, Caledonia.!
AUBSBRAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Kxchango sold and bought. Interest paid It
tha Savlngi Department. Collection, made and
all builnets promptly attended to.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR aid MEDICATED
A lady Id attendance.
J1 M. HARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Bait Bide Commercial, below lib St.
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
urnci No. 1S6 Commercial Atenae, betveea
Krtitbacd Ninth (Ureeu
JJ 0. PARSONS, M. 1).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICH-Clty Drug Store, Carboudale, 111,
SB - -f
WUVUl wets Pom, and by mall
oodenf large Mine, that will atari yon la work
that will at on bring you In money farter than
anything alia la America, All about I bo tao.uo
la pratasta wlta each bog. AgeMa wanted atery.
whtra. of alih.r ri,of ai atea. fur all Ibatlma.or
pan tin only, to work for o at tbalr own boraaa.
rertaaat for all worker abeolntalt aaanrad. Don't
Ui. H. BALLKTr a f O., Portltbd, Ma,
Santa Clans and Original Toy Store
Don't fail to call and examine my stock
of silver-plated ware from the best makers,
ueiore purcnaseg lor ine Holidays.
7t 143 and 150 Commercial avo
New Uininsr Koora.
just opened, Botto's new buildioc; up sta'rs.
Look for the Red Liglit,
at DeBauo's 56 Ohio levee. tf
u. jiocu, manufacturer ana Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a
Iftrrra aacmrt manf f nunfa' am,-) In.linl
snoes ana ruooers ot all style and size,
uana-made goods a specialty, also always
on nana leniuer ana nncJins. It will pay
you to can on mm Delore purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Flewett can supply you with the
Oysters in the city.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Great Discovery.
flir. YVm. 1 nomas. Ot JNewton. la., aava
"My wife has been seriously affucted with
a cough for twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
beina urged to trv Dr. Kinu's New Dia.
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
l ne nrst Dottle relieved her very much, and
the second bottle has ahanliiti'lv rnrpd hr
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros1 drurr
biure. ijircofiizo ll.uu. ft
Place your orders
Oysters and Fish.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBtuo's,
Mothers I Mothers!
Do not let your little darling suffer so
wlta that horrid cough I 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 bo delighted to
take it, and it will stop the cough, cure any
throat or lung complaint quicker than any
other remedy. Sold at 2Cu., 50c. and $1.00
per bottle. l
Entrance to Botto'd Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh Bt.
Ilewett'a Oyster Dopot is on Eighth
street, one door east of Commercial, tf
KncKien'B Arnica Halve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Open Day and Sight.
DeBttUu's restaurant, 56 Ohio levee, tf
Never Give lip.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak coui-tiiution,
headache, or. any disease or a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bittors. You will be surprised to see
the rapid Improvement that will follow,
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return? pain and misery
will cease, and honcolorih you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Bold at
fifty cents a bottle by Bnrclay Bros. 0
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
"Hough on Pain."
Cures col io, cramps, tliarrhtri; external
ly for aches, pains, sprnino, headache, neur.
Mg a, rheumatism. For muu or benst. 23
and bo cents.
Hush 1I1II, Mo., July 81, 1883 After
JuhVlng with the toothache and neuralgia
for three successive days I was advised to
ry Merroll'i Penetrating Oil, and after u.
Ing one application I got immmliato relief.
I would not bo without it. Respectful Iv
y,,ur. Mm. IlKM.tt Bick.
I have been a hay fever luflVrcr for three
years. Have often heard or Ely'a Cream
Balm spoken of In the hllirt t rmi; did
not taka much itock tu it because f the
many quack medicines. A friend persuad
el me to try the bap and I did so with
wonderrul success. This fecimmendatlon
you can use for the bonoflt or hay fever auf.
lerers.rT.8. Oecr, Syracuse, N. Y. Price
0Q centa, '
Loula Kossuth, the Hungarian Pa
triot, Alive and In Excel
The Damage to London Bridge Frorei
to lie More and more Serious as
Stanley Solicitous About th Future Status
of the Congo Country Granted
New Trial. .
KOSSUTH AUY AND WEIX.
London. December 18. A dlsnatch
rrom'Xurln says there Is no foundation
for the rumor that Loula Kossuth is dead.
The Tenerablo patriot la In excellent
TMl DAMAQK TO TQS BWT.OR.
London, December 18 Colonel Ma-
jendle, Chief of the .Department of Ex
ploalvea, says In his report about the ex
plosion at London Bridge, that tho
dynamite waa probably suspended to the
crating over the ewer hnl ot tho huaa
of the pier. The force of tho explosion
waa much greater than WAR an nimatwl at
first. Several Btones wr kq,hi chiff-
ed and the ioinu nnnprt tk nvKuna
- 0 r.vww u v wuivonvug
at the bottom of the aewer was nulver-
lzed. A diver found Assures in the pier
extending six feet into the bed of the
river, into some of which hn
his hand up to the wrist. The damage to
the bridge, however, la
and the strength of the structure remains
STANLEY CROKS DEFINITE; ACTIOJf.
London, December 18. Stanlcv has
written a letter In reference to Conim
matters, in which he points out the ument
necessity of settling the neutralization of
the Congo country, of determining de
finitely its frontier, and hrimrimr !m,f
the general recognition of the African In
ternational Association before the Berlin
Conference has concluded it labors.
If these problems shall not be
settled, he thinks
WW oniT DTOVe a tpmntlnw holt tn
France and Portugal. He thinks if En
gland should propose to Germany that in
asmuch as the association can not make
war, therefore war shall not be made
against the association. Tf tho r tin fot
ence Idisbanda before tho QA trv fat nnaa.
tlona have been settled, then farewell to
me ongo Dasin ana a long good-ulght to
DAMAGED UNDER WATER.
London, December 18. An examina
tion of London bridge by divers this
morning shows Assures In the second
arch an inch wide, beginning at a point
six fuet under water and pvti'tulintT nluow
to the foundation.
THE REWARD OFFERED.
London. December 18. The coroora-
tion of London has offered a reward of
$25,000 for the arrest and conviction of
me perpetrators of tne London Bridge
GRANTED A NEW TRIAL.
London, December 18. Charles Brad.
laugh, recently convicted of misdemeanor
la voting In the House of Commons after
having administered the oath to himself,
and refused a new trial by the lower
courts, was this morning granted a new
trial by the Court of Appeals.
DAMAGED IN A COLLISION.
London, December 18. The steamer
Rheln, Captain Jungot, returned to
Southampton. She had been In a col
lision wtta the steamer York. Damage
Bight Acres of Ground AeoYe an Old Goal
Shaft Taka a Tumble.
WiLKKSDARRR, Pa., December 18. -A.
disastrous cave-In took place at the
Lance colliery of the Philadelphia & Read
ing Coal cpmpany at Plymouth, near
here, early yesterday morning. The
ground for an area of about eight acres
settled down from three to five feet. The
cave was accompanied by a crash
that waa heard for miles, and
the ground was covered with
fissures and gaping cracks from six
Inches to two feet wide. The house
of Walter W. Lance, paymaster of tho
Plymouth Coal Company, was wrecked,
tho walls being split and cracked In
every direction. The houses occupied
by Patrick Trainer, Thomas Collins,
Win. Nolan and Joseph Beccham wero
also destroyed. When the shock came
many of the inmates were still In bed,
and rushed in terror from their trem
bling houses out upon tho snow covered
ground lu their night clothes. The col
liery also sustained considerable dam
ages, tho second shaft being rendered
useless by being choked with debris, and
tho engine and fan houses were much
cracked and Injured. The cave-la waa
caused by the falling ot the roof In aban
doned seams about 160 feet fsom the
GOLD IX ALASKA.
The Snow Blockade In th Northarn
Portland, Or., December 18. There
have been no trains over the Northern
Pacific since Monday. Tho snow block
ado continues, but the storm has abated.
Lieutenant Abcrcromblo, of General
Miles' aUff has Just returned from an
ploratlon of tho Copper River In Alaska.
He report good mines, but a short sea
son, lasting only two month. Ho was
accompanied home by M. F. McConkcy,
who litis been on the Yukon two years,
and explored It lor 2,700 miles. The
gold mines, 1,000 miles from iu mouth,
are very rich,
Tat Lecherous Swtn-Ilfaohlna Art.
Haw Havin, Conn., December 18.
Rdward Lur.on, a sewing-machine agent
of Birmingham, was arreMcd laat night
lor an assault committed upon his twelve
L?0l!?.,nl? Th0 Hw cllm that
whUe riding In a covered wagon he sue
cceded in accomplishing au purpose.
Luwn will be tried to-day. 'ur,u"','
Ciucaoo, lu.,, December 18.-At cootr
to-dy the temperature la twelve degrees
welow aero. The police etattoas are
erewgea wuo notaelew men and Womaav
' "Who Hath Believed Our Eeport P"J Q
Chicago, III., December 18. General
Superintendent Clowrv. of the Westorn
Union, says that he docs not believe there
la any truth In the dispatches referring to
the telezraohlo dlHturbuncQa at Now
Orleans. Nothing official on this subject
iuu) ucuu received Dy mm.
A Well-Known minister Dead.
Philadelphia, Pa.. December 18.
Eev. U. Colelazer, for fifty-seven years
well-known Methodlat Episcopal Minister,
died this morning. Uo was ono of tho
founders of the University of Michigan.
He was seventy-flve years old and retired
uvui umi uuiimiry last aiarcn.
A Prayer and Death-Watoh.
Chicago, Iix., December 18. The
United Daughters of Erin held a prayer
and death-watch from midnight until tlvo
o'clock this morning in commemoration
of the execution of Patrick O'Donnell one
year ago, for the murder of the informer
Carev. The nrorpoiliiKra wnra timrki-il
With great solemnity.
Orth H. Stein.
Chicago, III., December 18. Marshal
Thelps of Kansas City, left here this
morning, having in custody Orth II. Stein,
a noted Southwestern newspaper man,
who killed Theatrical Manager Froderick
some time ago, and who was sentenced to
a long term of imprisonment, but secured
a new trial.
To Prolong- a Murderer's Life,
Jefferson City, Mo., December 18.
Governor Crittenden granted a pardon
to-day to Robert Trim, convicted of
murder in the second degree at the Feb
ruary terra, 1880, of the Newton County
Circuit Court and sentenced to the Peni
tentiary for twenty years. The pardon
was granted on the recommendation of
the prlHon inspectors and physician to the
effect that lnnovr imnrlsnmrnf. wnnlit
necessarily shorten Trim's life, as he Is
amictcu wun a lung disease.
Rich Coal Fields Discovered on the Can
adian Pacifio Kallroad.
St. Paul, Minn.. December 18. A
magnificent vein of coal has been discov
ered at Rovvfoot Crossing, 800 miles west
of Winnepeg, Manitoba, on tho Canadian
Pacific Road. Experienced men were
employed by the company, and a vein
fourteen feet thick has been discovered
185 feet below the surfaae of the ground.
Several boxes of the coal have arrived at
Winnipeg, and are pronounced excelleut
specimens of the anthracite variety. It Is
thought that the coal Uulds just discov
ered will rival those of Ohio aud Pennsyl
vania. MARKET REPOKTS.
Grains and Provisions.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 18S4
Cotton Steady j middling1, lOfSlO.Vc.
Klodb Steady; 2YX to choice, t2.iO'3.20:
Wheat Lower; No. 2 Bed, 76.'i77c; No.
CoKN-U.ower; No. S mLied, 33,'o; No.
S white mixed, 37 Xo.
Oats Weaker; No. 2, 252Cc.
Rira Dull; No. 2,47c.
Tobacco Firm; Iuk9, common to choice,
SAOO'd) 10.00; leaf, cominonrud leaf, J7.5ualu.uu;
medium to good, f't.w 17.00.
lUr Prairie, Vi.iiOiia.uO for prime to choice
new; clover mixed, j7.0U'ilo.uo lor common
to prime; prime new timothy, SS.&otlL&o:
Bcttkr steady ; choice to fancy creamery,
44 lie; dairy, choice to fanr-y, tlaiic.
Ko3 Steady ; fresh stock, 24 s-'i).
Potatoes Scarce: demand light; Eantornr
lioo, 60c; Burbank, MVaMc Nortneru
Fluke, 4042io; Victor, 40v4&c; Peerless and
Mammoth Pearl, 4i47Xc; Hose, tfc; Bur
Pore Active ; new mess, $11.00011.38.
Lakd (Julet; prime steam, 8SirKc.
Bacon LonBB,(i(4c; shorts, Wa,V,c; clear
ribs,6S6c; all packed.
Hidks ireen salted eanler; dry steady.
Green Salted, HSo; daraaxed, 7c; branded,
7Hc; bulls or ataua, 6c: part cured, 1r,
jrreen, uacured, 7r; dry flint, 10!c; dainaKt-d,
LIXo: kip and calf-skin, 14c; bulls or atims,
luc; dry aalted, Uo; damaged, 10c;i;lueatuck,
Siirep TELTa Prime green salted, large
and full wooUd, Su'uTuc; dry do do, 40acou.
"oS'o; Kebnmry, bl,c;
March, 83,e; April,
W.'ic; May, H7c
February, iOXc; May, 4i,c.
Oats Weaker; Decombrr, 32','c; Jan
uary, 32',c; February, S3c; May, 34c.
Wheat Lower; December, 70 yc; Janu.
ary, 70jc; February, 71 'c; May, 77 '.e.
Corn Lower; December, 3.Ij,'oj Juauary,
85e ; February, 4Kc; Mnv, .17V70.
Oats Firmer; December, 240, Januarv,
S4.Vc; February, il&u; March, i.1c;May, 2JVw
Pork Higher; January, fio.co; Febrovy,
910.70; March, $10,); May, $11.10.
eaxer; ieceiiirn'r,j'i.o.'4 ; January,
UUI l.lll V, fll.UV'UTI.'K).'. , ill,IV;ilt
in area, v.ni s
shout Kins-January, $5.47Xj FcbruaiT,
15.00; March, $J.674.
Live Stock Market.
Cattle Supply only moderate but equal
to the dcmiind; ftood to heavy steers,
Sft.WoS.BO; lair to good, $4.40't8.UO; common
to medium natives, $;i.75'a 4.28; fair to good
Colorado steers, $:).7.Vcr4.ft0; light to good
stoctoi'B, $3,ow':).75; nutlve cows and heifers,
SVlWi'tb; lullch cows aud calves, $J.0u
Hoos Market active, nnd prices a shade
Yilihitr- tiilfiiil t Iritis ii, ci 1 -.-.. .
York welilits sold fairly active at M.'ui'at.li;
viltru t.t in'i :m
Hiikkp Uood tlnmnnd for prlmo and fancy
jiiuiwjiis, roraimin io ineiuum, ii.au'd.'.n
4ul. tf tntil ci r.ji.M ! An. .......1 ..... ft .1 r -a
4.00faucy, $Ui'a4.M; lambs pur loo tt-s, $i.O0
IToosJ Receipts, 8H.O0O; 'prices 10o
lower: light, $.l.0fli4.26; rough .packing,
st.oot.l8j heavy packing aud shipping, JI.W
J.tCATTl.R Receipts, 7,5f)OJlieail ;)slow; exports,
lo.oordo.no; good to cholco,$3.20'ai3.40; common
to fair, J4.(Hi,V(0.
Kjikki Receipts, 4,000 hoad; dull common
to good, ii.wai.ii, was
Cattle Market dull and prices a shade
lower; good to choice steers, lA.&VoiO.OO; light
to medium from 1,100 to 1,300 pounds, $4.3u'
kheep Market steady and fair demand;
common to lulr, $,l.26i3.IK); lluht feeders slow
at $;l."5'3.40; choice henvy fedrs, $4.2.yl.ftO(
wes'ern lambs, $3.7Ca4.8S; Cauudu lambs,
$8.ooiuV40: till sold.
llous Stock lu good demand and prices a
shade higher; supply light; good to choice
Yorkers, $4.,'tttir4.4n; light, do, $4.30; good me
dium, $4.30'4.4o; heavy euds, $4, 0o4.2o.
0TTLE-neeelpis, 1,400; good butchers
toady i others quiet; good to choice ship.
Jl.ng, H.ftO'd'ft.OO: commuii to modlum, $.00't)
,40; feeders, $:1.78 4.'.'.1 ; cows, $2.(-0;LhO.
loos Receipts, 12,000; oponed steady and
l'9sod Bo lower; lots of u2Ato &i0 pounds.
4J.uew4.18; mainly, $ i.tiO'c 4.oo.
HMKRP-Receipts, 830; atoudyj fair to good,
Honey and Stock Market.
Mew Yoke, December M.Money 12 per
oent,; bar silver, Io7t;iiiocksli)wer after! a.
in., but near midday a steadier tono pre
vallud and a rail v nf w in in i.,.u .u.. ,.,..
roBientfjitrong. Tlirees, K1K:4X'. U1KI
CHICAGO ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
We are showing a large and elegau t stock of nscf ul
HOLIDAY PRESENTS m
Fino Suits for Men, from 84.00 to 8 30.00 '
Pino Suits for Boys, from 8JJ.OO to 818.00
Fine Suits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
Eicli and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of the latest styles.
Don't foil to examine our Fin I inlnnirlfipil nnl Tinni.
painted Silk Suspenders, Finn Silk Nerkwear, novel iesin
Silk llandkei'cliiel's. Linen Hemstitched ITMiirikiwIitafV
Nijrlit SLirts, Fine and Medium Undei wear, Silk Umbrellas
with Plain, Ivory and Silver Handles, Leather and Plush Cuff
and Collar Poxes, Fur and Genuine Sealkin Caps.
Now Goods and Correct Styles at
M. WERNER & SON. Props.
Ik i Reliable and Original Is; Store
and Headquarter: for
I would call the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
L'ifinirv wishino tn inn lift TinrfdiiKpy fnv tliA TTnliMnta tn .all
and inspect mv immense stock, larorer than ever, anil nt.
prices to suit the times.
Tho following croods
mv assortment :
Cliint, Btisque and Wax Dolls of all
Kid Body Dolls, Dressed Dolls,
Doll Hcrtd, Doll Bodies,
Doll Hiitls.'s, Otmcs,
Stationery, Toy Books,
ClimtniHs Car ls,
Slates, Fancy Work B'ies,
Ty Wagons, Velocipede?,
Children's, Mists' and Ladies' Willow
and Foncy Chiiir,
Fancy Pluch Cvmb Cast,
B jlicuiiao and Silvered Glass Vsse.o,
STOVES, -;- EAMES, -:- TIN,
Bird Cages, Path Tubs, Water
Ajrent for Adams & Wef-tluke Oil. Gasoline aail Gns Movph, Detroit
ufr Co., liaiiiilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plow, Walking- Cultivators,
torn Shelters, Planters, Ktc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, ollBorin.
TKI.KPIIONK NO. UO.
Dr. J. A. Hhermnn. oTMl Drondwav. New York,
od ofcurlnit rupiaro wlthnat nirRirul operattun. Is now at his i fllco, Ht, I. ul. wiere he will remain
to treat t'BllctiU till ti e Si th ul Decciiile r. I)urliit trUHtmtiit pailvnt can labi r wllbunt lute f, ring
with the ' ii r", and wlih i-afctv Irom strangulated rupture. Ills bnok, with llkuuesi of uadcaaol before
and aftur cure, is mailed for lOctnta. Ueimmbor, in Bt Louie, olllai 404 Market itrout.
jf EW YOUK STORK,
WHOLBHALE AND UVTAIL.
The Lai'ut Va.riet.j Sleek
IN T1IK C1'J';.
GOODS SOU) VjSRYCLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Ccr.Niiiutuutittiatccgtl Vnvr III
The Regnlar Cairo & Paducab Daily
SSU GUS FOWLER
mtNUT R. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOKUIC JuuKa, Ciurk.
f.AVAS Pittnr.ttti fnrdrn rfittlv NniiHAvs ntftnl
I'd) at 8 a, m,, and Monnd Cltyjtt 1 p, m. Haturn
iiiI,iitm uairo ttp.m.iHoaDUVtir aip.m
are a small part of
Cliioa and B'.cque Ornaments,
13ror z Figures dJ Ornnments,
Decorated Motts and Mustaclie Cofi,
Cup ami Sr.ucors,
Child's Cups, Saucers and Plates,
Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets,
Hitodsome line of Decorated Lamps,
Dtcorated Chamber Belo,
t heil Boxes, Albums, Scrap Books,
Cii;ar and Cigarette Cases,
Hobby Ilorn-s, Sleigh,
Full a-anrtnmit of Skates,
Ac, &c, ?.
100 Commercial Avenue,
and A gate "Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
famoiin for tho n'ist S5 rcara for hlaaarrcisfu It meth
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Pprings Water,
ALWATI ON UAND,
liilwankee Beer io kegs and bottles, a
Munufuctory Comer 4th St Coin'l
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs, AMANDA CLARK80N, A gout.
Next Alexander Co Hunk, WthSt
IVQood 8 took ind Frloes SeaVoublt.l