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THti DAILY (iAlftO BULLETIN t KATUliDAY MORNING, DECEMBER SO. 1884
No. 101 Commercial &. 6th,
We have just received an invoice of fine
Curcoa and French Kid Button Boots, in
commorisense 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.
IJpOE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Baukiugr Business
TIIOS, W. HAM.ll) A.Y
JNTl!liPRJSE SAVING BANK. '
KXCLUSlVEIiY A SAVINGS BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
J BH0S8, President. I P. T FF, Vice Prus'nt
31. WLLS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth. Ats't cash
. Bross.. Ca'ro I William Klute. ,C: Iro
Jeter NelT ... " William Wolf.... "
l.M.Osttrloh " ICO. l'atler "
L.A.Buder " I II. Wells
T. Y. Cletuson, Caledonia.;
A GESBHAL, BANKING liUSlNSsS DONE.
Bxchange sold and bottijht. Interett pslil i
lis Savings Department. Collections made and
U business promptly attended to.
JjR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave.; Cairo, ill.
VAPOR. ELECTRO-VAPOR aid MEDICATKD
A iadj in attendance.
Jjl M. IIARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eaat Sid Com merclal , below tin St.
J)R. X. W. WHITLOCK,
Uvnva No. 1S( Comio.irclal Avenac, betweea
1 f nt'j aud Nliivh Streets
Jy G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OmC3-City Drug Sioro. Carbondale, III.
OAA AAA ,n present rlvsn ewar. Rend
slZlHI.IMIfl lis 6 cents postaire, and by mall
Vttvvr vv you will Rt free pac .. of
poods of largs value, that will start yon In work
that will at ua t brtog yon In money ftnr than
nytbln else Id America. All about the f) 0,0 0
la prosaists wlta each bos. Agst.ts wanted erery
vbere. of eltbnr rex.of ali mm, fur all ibet'me. or
pare time only, to work for oe at tbelr own nnmee.
Fort a net for all workers absolutely assured. Don't
solar, a. MAlXKTr CO., fortlsi i, Me.
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Santa Claus and Original Toy Store.
Don't fail to call and examine my stock
of silver-plated ware from the beat makers,
before purchases for tne holidays.
Daniel Ham-man, .
7t 143 avd 150 Commercial ave
New Uiniu; Koom,
just opened, Botto's new building up sta'rs.
Look for the Bed Light,
at DeBauu's 5G Ohio levee, tt
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Deal 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 band leather and findings. It will pay
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. Ilia prices are very low and satis
flewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DoBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., saysi
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-five yearn, 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, witb most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
the second bottle has absolutely cured Iter.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays BroB' dr.ig
store. Large size f 1.00. 0
riace your orders with Ifcwvtt for
Oysters aud Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBiun's, 50 Ohio
Do not let your little darling suffer so
witj that horrid cough) Go to your drug
store and get a buttle 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 htop the couyh, euro any
throat or lung complaint quicker than any
other remedy. Sold at 25;!., 50c. and 1.00
per bottle. l
Entrance to Botto'd Din iug-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, oue door eBt of Commercial. tf
bucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salvo in the worlu for Cuts,
UruiBes, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio leveo. tf
Never Give In.
If you are Buil'erinu with low snd de.
presited spirits, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak coiihtitution,
headache, or any dineuBu of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters. You will be surprined to sre
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and heucelorih you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bittern. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. 0
Only the Best Brand of OyttttTH,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Ho Knows It.
Hiram D. MaxBeld, formerly of Silver
Springs, R. I., has no doubt about the won
derful curative powers of Kidney-Wort. Ho
was so Hfllicted wtth kidney complaint that
he could not stand on his feet from pain
and weknoB. As soon as lie commenced
UHing Kidoey-Wort he experienced Imme
diate lolief, and at once begun to grow
strong and was relieved of all paiu and un
ploasantnes. He says: "I know I huvo
been cured by Kidney-Wort."
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty day,,, to ,non, J Bmj youll ffll
tllJ .J?urT'debil,,y 0Bt tality, and
many other diseases.
Soe advertisement In this paper. 1
THE EUROPEAN BASIS,
Gould About to Attempt to Justify
nis Faith By His
And Out Down tha "Wagas of 16,000 of
His Skilled Employes As a Feeler
For a Wholesale Ealuotion,
The Most Gigantic Railroad Strike Ever
Known In This Country About to
DALLAS, Tkx., December 19 Em-
ployes of the Gould Southwestern svstem
at this place announce that they have In-
iormatlon Irom the most trustworthy
sources that the Missouri Pacific svstem
will, on January 1st, muke a reduction of
ten per cent, in the wages of all engineers,
nremen and hostlers In Its svstem. num.
berlng 16,000 men, and extending over
lines from St. Louis to El Paso and
Laredo, and that If tho reduction is sub
mitted to all the roads in the couutry
WILL FOLLOW SUIT
aud that if It proves a failure the other
roads are to bear one-half of tVm inun
incurred by the Missouri l'ocltlc system.
Tho railroad men assert that the reduc
tion, If attempted, will not be submitted
to; the locomotive enurineers mwi ancil
lary labor orders are prepared to resist,
and that the country will witness- the
most gigauuc ranroaa strike ever knowu
lU ltd hlMtorV. ComniUIllcatlnii nn tha
situation has been going on by mail aud
nire wun rauroaa employes aud orgaul
zutious throughout tho couutry.
London, December 10. A disDatch
from Sydney, New South Wales, received
this afternoon, states that ft is reported
ttiero that tho Germans have hoisted thn
nag of the Fatherland on the Islands of
New Britain and New Ireland and the Ad
miralty Islands. These islands are off
the northeast coast of New Unlnea.
London, December 19. A later dis
putch from Sydney, New South Wales,
stutes that Germany has also annexed a
portion of the Northeast coast ol New
London, December 19. The Fall Mall
Gazette to-day states that It is rumored
Henry Ward Beecher will succeed Mr.
Lowell as United States Minister to the
Court ot St. James.
GUTTING 1JOWX TO WORK.
Evarta Prosecuting- His Senatorial Can
vass With Vigor. ta
Canajohaiue, N. Y., December 19.
The conferenco of Assemblymen was held
at the Hotel Wagner last evening. The
meeting was called to order by Assembly
man Griflln, who called the conference
with the advice and cousent ol Senator
Arkell. The object was to persuade uew
members to go to tho Legislature un
pledged as to the Senatorshlp. The mem
bers present all consented to the proposi
tion. The various candidates were dis
cussed for au hour, and the sentiment
was in favor of Evarts, with
tho exception of Urlggs, of
Saratoga, who favors Erwin
for Speaker, whieh means Morton for
Senator. Tlie belief exists amoug
Evans' friends that ho will have two
thirds of tho votes of members from this
district. Evarta lust night said : "Yes,
I am going to write a letter detlulng my
position on the Senatorial question. Tho
intension that it will deal exclusively
with the tariff Is an error. It will deUuo
my ideas on various public questions,
and It will bo brief."
JUUCIK LYNCII'S NEW .METHOD.
A Would-Be Ravlshor Drowned by an
Raleigh, N. C, December.19. At Salis
bury, last Monday afternoon, a whlto
man named Thomas Hughes, nel,ed a
little girl and curried her into a back lot,
but was quickly detected and locked up.
The affair caused indignation, and on
Tuesday night a mob made au ussault
on tho jail, and within a few minutes
they had effected an eutranco Into
Hughes' cell. Hughes was Helzed und
borne out of town. A mystery arose
as to what disposition hud been made
of Hughes. It Is said by ono of tho
tho mob that ho was soundly whipped
and given a few hours lu which to leavo
the State. This is not believed, and there
Is evldenco that Hughes was drowned in
the Yodklin Klver. It Is uot probable
that he will ever be hoard of again.
CASE OK KIDNAPING.
Obtaining Jurisdiction Over a Prisoner
Without Legal Process.
Habkisui'ho, Pa., December 19. Ar
gumuut In an Interesting case was heard
by Governor Puttlsou this afternoon. Ouo
Patrick Norton was wuuted In the west,
crn part of this Stuto to answer for a
crime committed there, and, Its ho at tho
time was residing at Orleans, N. Y an
application wan mude t Governor Put
tlson for a requisition. This was re
fused, the crime alleged not being cou
slderod sufllclently high. The prosecutor
d tho case, ono Welsh, then had Norton
kidnaped and brought to Pennsylvania.
Governor Cleveland then asked that Gov
emor Pattlson dlschargo Norton iromcus
tody and the hearing this ofteruoou wus
to ucquulnt tho Governor with tho wholo
history of tho case. Tho Governor re
served his decision,
A POOH HOUStlS HIUN ED, "
Death ot an Insane Inmate Who Dashed
Into tha Burning Building,
Dkthoit, Mich., December 19.-Tho
Lspcer County Poor House burned last
olht nt Un o'clock. Thlrty-sovcn iu
mates wero turned out In their night
iLHh.0ile' nnJMT! ?vo,,m "'
llcrtha Rockwell, dashed Into the build-
lug and whs burned to death.
An Aged Preaober at Host.
Danuoii, Mk., December lO.ncv.
lothatn 8. Sewell, lute of Chicago, a wide
ly known preacher In the Congregational
lurch, died horn on Wednesday night,
igod BluetMhrce year. ' K '
Ureeilhs; tho Mercury,
Ottawa, Ont., December 19, The
temperature throughout the Ottawa Val
ley Is from thirty to thlrty-slx degrees bo
. Lewiston, Mb., December 19. The
Farnsworth Mill at Lisbon has started Its
carding and spinnings looms. It will
begin weaving on Monday.
Boston, Mass., December 19. Tho
condition of Hon. Robert C. Wlnthrop
was critical this morning. It it leared
ho can not recover.
Detuoit, Mien., December 19. The
minimum tcmperaturo here last night was
0 deg. below zero. At 6:30 this morning
it was 7 deg. below and at noon 7 deg.
An Oily Blaze.
Rochester, N. Y., December 19.
Three large tanks of oil and 100 barrels of
tar burned at tho Vacuum Oil Works In
this city this morning.- Loss, $10,000; no
Desperate Encounter With a Burglar.
Bird's Point, Mo., December 19.
Mitchell Hourlgan of this place had a
desperate encounter with a negro whom
ho detected trylnu to bunrlarlze thonrem.
Ises. He beat tho fellow off, but not un-
ui no naa received a shot in the buck and
another in the aim.
Heartless Desertion of a New-Born Babe.
Amazonia, Mo., December 19. A
couple claiming to be John Isabell aud
wife came here November 18th, and put up
at Peterson's Hotel. On the eveniug of
their arrival the woman gave birth to a
child which they yesterday deserted.
It Is believed that the woman is Mrs. J.
P. Millery, who eloped from Beatrice,
Neb., with a gambler. A reward of $50
is offered for their apprehension.
The Week's Failures.
New Yokk, December 19. The fall ores
during the last seven days, as reported by
the It. G. Dun & Company's Mercantile
Agency, are as follows: United States,
307: Canada. 28: total. S'is. ThU i
marked increase ou last week, when tho
failures reported numbered 818. This
week the Western and Pacific States
furnished nearly half of the wholo num
ber. There was considerable Increase In
the Southern States.
MAIIKET It IMPORTS.
Grains and Provisions.
PfiLDAV, DECEMBER 19, 1884.
Cotton Steady; middling;, loio'ic.
Flo UK steady; to choice, fi.5U'i3.20;
Wiikat Steady; No. 2 Red, 70',T7c; No.
t'oas-lilK'lier; No. 2 mixed, 3i23i','c: No.
2 white mixed, 4uo.
oats steady ; Xo. 2, S.'iV'a-Cc
Kvk Dull ; No. 2, 41 'a 17c.
Touacco Firm; Iuks, eommon to choice,
Jil.OU'diawj; leaf, common rod leaf, 17.50 JO.uo;
uii'illum to irocxl, '.ihj ii7.oo.
Hay 1'rnlno, KoOaii.oo for prime to choice
new; clover mixed. $7.00'a lo.(K) for common
to prime; prime nuw tUnothy, $9.50aU.5o;
lancy, :M..y i'd 13.50.
ItuiTfcK steady ; choice to fancy creamery,
24'ao; dulry, choice to fancy, :1 atio.
Funs Steady ; frsh stock, 25 Hie.
I'otatobi scarce; demand light ; Eastern
Rose, See; Burhanlc, 5.'So;'ic. Northern
Fluke, 4o42i,'c; Victor, 40rJ5e; Peerless und
Mammoth Pearl, 45tei7ioj ltose, 45c; Bur
bunk, 47 S0o.
Poiik Active; now mess, fll.oo&n.sj.
I.AitD Quiet; prime steam, 6 Valine.
KicoN-LoriKs, v; shorts, 6:c; clear
ribs, C',"afl;c; all packed.
Hiuks t;rccn salted easier; dry steady.
Oreou Salted, SSc; datnai,'nd,7e; branded,
7o; bulls or btiikrs.iic; part cured, 7Vc;
green, uncurcd, 7c; dry Hint, )(!i,"c; damuxe.d,
UHc: kip and ciilf-skiu, lie; bulls or stag's,
loo; dry baited, L!c; damauud, luc; glue stock,
HitKKPPBLTs-rrlmo Krecn saltcri, liirtfo
and lull woulcd, 6o7oc; dry do Uo, 4U'tt9oc.
NEW YOUX. i
Wheat Higher; No. 'I Red. January,
8fse; February, ..,c; March, si.',e; April,
(John Lower; Tiocembcr, 6U,'e: January,
47?c; February, 4Vc; March, 4ii'ic; May,
Oats Firmer; nneember, c; Jan
nary, !l3e; February, 33,'c; May, 35'4c.
Wiikat Higher; Dcceinbor, 7lS'e; Janu-,
ary, 7Hi71'o; Fcbruury, 72Va7i,'lc; May,
Coiin llluher; December, !)7Vc; January,
tbV'tcMl( ; February, 'ic ; May, 37 So.
Oats Firmer; December, 2l',c; January,
2 1 T o ; Februury,Uo; March, 25,'c; May, ys';,'
1'oiik Hlghor; January, $l0.r,7 ; February,
$10.77: March. SUl.sT'i: Slav. Jll. 'o.
l,Alil)-Stroii(.T; liecembcr, $il.55; January,
ffl.iHl; February, M.7 ! March. $ 1.75.
shout Kins January, S5.50; Februury,
13.52, ; Murch, J5.UU.
Live Stook Market.
Cattle Supply fairly liberal and prices
someiiat In buyers' lavor; noml to heavy
steers, wVi5.50 1 fair loo(ii,H. 40a l.lK);eomiiioii
to niudlutn nailves, ;l.75a t,25; fair to good
Colorado steers, J,l.75'a 1.50; light to good
fitoi kcrs, JXlHi'n :l.75 ; native cows and hellers,
Ji2.Va3.75; lullch cows und calves, JJ.I.ou'ai
Hooh Market active, nnd prices a shade
toweri mixed packing lit $l,20n t.:',0;
York wnluhts sold fairly active at fl.OO'a 1. 10;
siikki' Good ileninnil for prime nnd fancy
muttons; common lo mi-ilium, Ji.5uw2.25;
ltilr to good, $2,fiiiu3,oo; g I to choice, ;i.2.V
4.uotaucy, St.25ul.25; luiubs jier luo His, ilAX)
Ilons-Rpfclpts.iii.ono; fairly actlvo; steady,
unclmngDd; light, $i.wii.j5; rough packing,
i'UKi'tt4.loj heavy packing uud shipping, it."
Cattlr Receipts, fl.HOO head; steady; rte
Slrahlo grades linn: exports, fj.OO'isiMii; good
to choluo, f3,OUu3,70; cuuitnoh to (air, $2,uo'
OATTi.EMnr1ttit dull and prices n shade
lowar; good to choice steers, $5,N5wS,oo; Hgbt
to medium from l.luu to liw puunds, $4.30's
HMRKP Marlcet steady and fair detnnnd;
roinmoti to fair, U25 c:t.'.M; light feeders slow
lit 3,753.40; cliolci) heavy fenders, :2!aM;
western luiubs, .f-l.75a4.HO: Canada luiubs,
0.iKi.rt 3.i0; all sold.
linos stock In good demand end prices a
Slnulii higher; supply light; good to choice
Yorkers, f4.;w1'u-4.o; light, do, .;; good me
dluui, l,3u sl.iu; heavy ends, 4. U'44.!0.
CATTt, Receipts, W)0 head ( good butch,
crs' steady i others unlet ; exports, f5.oiiraA.in;
f ood to choice shipping, $t.4o!l.V0; common
medium, $3. now 4.25; lecdurs, JJ.6u'i4.oo;
lions Heceipts. 7oo head; woakcr nnd do
lower; lota or 220 to 3 ;o pound average,
lil.HAm l.oft; mainly, I I.i'0'(f3.ii5.
HllKKI' Keceipls, Ing head; steady at 12.25
Hi. 70 lor fuir to good muttons.
Monoy and Stook Market.
Nnw Yomt, Uocemher Itl.-Monov 12 ppr
ipetit.; bar silver. lo74.' Hincks strung. Alter
II a in , l.ai'kiiwiiiuiu rone to no V; near mid
day a weaker fcellug set In and Lackawanna
dropped to Unvvrtiiiionts steady,
!;,irTf.'.1!!l. I's, ItiXi Paoiilo
l'toHtt( f , . j
We are showing a large ami elegant stock of useful
HOLIDAY PEE8ENTS in
Iino Suits for Lien, from 84.00 to 830.00
Fino Suits for Boys, from 83.00 to 818.00
ITino Suits lor Children, from 82.50 to 814
Eicli and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of tho latest stylos.
Don't fail to examine our Fine I iiibroideml and Uand-
paintfd Silk Suspenders, Fine Silk Neckwear, novel ies in
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Hems! itched handkerchiefs. Fancy
Night shirts, Fine and Midium Underwear, Silk Umbrellas
with JTiin, Ivory and Silver handles, Leather and Flush CuiF
and Collar Boxes, Fur and Genuine Sealkin Caps.
Now (Joocls ami I'orrcct Styles at
CHICAGO OXE-PMCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WKItNKlt tSc SON, Props.
i Belittle and Original
and Ileadtjuarter for
I would call the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
vicinity wishing to make purchases for the holidays to call
and inspect my immense stock, larger than ever, and at
prices to suit the times. c
Tho following goods aro a small part of
rav assortment :
Cliins, Basque und Wax Dolls of all
Kil Body Dollsj Dressed Dolls,
Dollllctds, Doll Bodies,
Doll HoUBi'S, Oitnes,
Stationery, Toy Hooks,
Hlates, Fancy Work II ixes,
Toy Whitohs, Velocipedes,
CliiWlicn's, Mis-iV ami Lid'es' Willow
and Fancy Cliair?,
Fancy I'lusli Comb Cases,
Bohemian and Silvered Glass Vases,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Biid Cages, I'atli Tubs, Water
Apent lor Adams & Westlalve Oil. fiaHolinc anil Ons ttovps, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel FIown, Chilled Flows, Walking: Cultivators,
Coin SLellers, riantern, Etc., Ktc
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKLKPIKJNl'! NO- 20.
Dr. J. A. Bliormnn, of 251 Brondwa". New York, famous for the p'ist SJ years for Llssu'-cinsfii ly meth
od of ciirlnu riipiuie wltliiiut furgirnl operation. Is nuw at his Dice, Hi. L uli. W'icre lie will ruinaln
tntri'iu. pntleiils nil ti o 'i Ik ol Deremh. r. l)urli j truntirn tit f utt lent' csn IhIh rwtlln nl Intfl'f nni(
with tho ' nr.', ami with Mifelv Irom atrHiimutateil riipturu. Ills IhmiK, with likeness of ImJ casus befurs
ami alter euro, is n. ailed for lOcints. ltvnu niber, iu 8t I,ouis,olIlcis4H4 Market street.
JfEW YOKK STOUK.
WHOLES LK AND RRTAII..
The lianrwt v'ai'iety Sh-c'h
IN T.HW CITY.
GOODS SOLD V iCKY Ci.OSK
NEW Y01I1C STORE CO,
Cor, Niuuteotttti ntioti I
The Regular Cairo l'aducah Dally
IIBVHT V. TAYLOH, Vaster.
UKOUUU JOllKo, Clurk.
Lves PtdiicahforOiIro dally (Munrtari exespt
i d) at 8 a. m,, and Mound City at 1 p. m. Keturr
Inif.laavoa Cairo at 4 p.m. I Mound City at p.
China and Bii-que Ornaments,
Bronzy Figures nnd Ornsn:nts,
Decorated Mottg and Mustache Cups,
Cups ami Saucers,
Child's Cups, Siuctrg and Plates, -Decorated
Dinner and Tea Sets,
Handsome line of . Decorated Lamps,
Dicorated CI in tuber Sets,
tflicil Boxes, Albums, Scrap Books,
Citrar and Cigarette Cases,
Hobby Horses, Sleighs,
Full assortment of BkaNs,
Ac, &c , Sic.
i50 Commercial Avenue,
and Agate "Ware,
Coolers it Ice Cream Freezers.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS OS UAN1).
Milwaukee Deer in keys aud bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Coni'l
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAliKHON, Agent,
N K'xt Aloxund r Co Hunk, Hth Si
t3TOood Stock and Prloea RaaiOBabls.i