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1HK DAILY OAlUO BULLJflTlNt TUESDAY MOANING, fiEQEMBEl. 28, 1884
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
No. 101 Commercial & 6th,
Wo hive iu stock a beautiful lino of
Gents' Fine Embroidered Slippers at our
our usual bed-rock prices:
Nice Hand. Emb Slips,
Nice Silk. Emb Slips, -Nice
Silk, Erab SJips.
Fine Chenille, Kmb 31ips,
The above are fresh, seasonable goods,
and dirt cheap at prices named.
t5TRnltl)fr coiub of nil Kin at very low prices,
anion? wliiel) we!nw the "0 IvettV' tlio li-xhcst and
neatest warm overshoe for ladies iu tlw market.
rpUECITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. IS 10 0.000!
A General Bankinff Hiwinens
JSTERPRiSE SAVING RANIf.
EXCLUSIVELY A .SAVINGS B.4K.
'SllOS. AV. IIAIiLlUAY,
Uoiumereial Aveuuo an 'I Eljhtii S:.roct
CA 1 1 tO. ILLS.
P. liROSi, Pr.dl(lcnt. I H. Nt-Fr. Vice I'rus'iit
II. WKD.S, Cadiler. I T. J. Kerth, Asu't cuhIi
. Bro C'n'ro I Wllllnm K M tcv ,C: Iro
Peter NoiT " Wlllium Welt'.... "
C.M.OKtcrloh " I 0. . I'ntk'r "
K.A.Buder " I H. Wnil '
J. V. Olemi'on, Caledonia.;
MtRSElUt. ll.-VNKI.S.I Hl'SIS BnS DONU.
KxchMisn fold nnrt lioilitM. Ict';re?t M It
the Saving Orpurtnitut. t'olU'S-ioua ioaJ.' im!
all bUHtut'xs prouiutiti ttUi'int.Ml tc.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Caii, ill.
VAHOtt, ELKCTKO-VAPOIt and MEDICATliU
HAT J IS
A iadr 1 attendance.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCR.
Urni'i No. W C"imrairelal AemiG, hitwi-e,
KKHt'i n.d Ntlith.Mt recta
G. PARSONS, M. P.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OFFICS-'Jity Druii Stura, Curbondale, 111,
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PA T E N T S,
t'ivet, Ro-la unrt Trndi'-Mnrti iiTO-i-d. and
all nthup liaLHUt f HtiHi-i. i. it.Hi.. ..m.. .
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before the Court promptly d tiirufuliy uuttdud
Uon rorolpt of mnd"l 'T aUrtrhof 1otitlon, I
mil He caremi ciiminaiion. una ailvlne to
pRtntlillitT Free if Ctiaril".
KKH MODKH TK. rid I mke NO rtlAltOF
I'NLKHS PATENT IH SCCUHKI). li,lrmatlon.
drite aud "life al rfer no eia oi uiMillciiituo
J. . l.UT I.L, Waitilnuoii, L. C.
Ker U. H, patent Ofllre.
Ttrivy more mone thau al anvthlrifi elf eh
Will tnkinir an aitftii'V for the htut oIIIiik
' ' " biMikout. nglunuri locceed grandly
Hone fall. 1rtn tt
UALLKTT BOOK CO., Portland, Maine.
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Cairo Chapter, No. 71.
A specinl convocation of Ciro Clupter
No. 71, It. A. Mason, will bo held this
(Tuesday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in M. M.'Di'gree. Visiting com
panions cordially invited to attend.
U. P. Blake, Secy.
Wm. Ludwig & Co. will upon the first
of January, 1&83, curry on thuir business on
strictly a cash btsis and will not keep up
the credit system any longer. In making
this change in their business, they respect
fully nsk all of their customers that have
been in arrears for tho past three to six
months to please call and settle their ac
counts at once. Ct
New Dininjr Koom,
just opened, Uotto's new building up stars.
Look lor tho Red Liglit,
at DcBuuu's 50 Ohio levee. tf
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a
large assortment of gents ani ladies' boots,
shoes and rubbers ot all style and size.
Hand-made goods a specialty, also always
on hand leather and findings. It will pay
you to cull on him before purchasing else
where. II is prices are very low and satis
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBuun's, 50 Ohio levee.
An Answer Wanted.
Can any one britijj us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Hitters
will not fpecdily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
ing iMectnc Bitters, will prove. Bright s
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaiut quickly cured. They purify the
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at COc. a bottle by Barclay
Place your ofders with Hewett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBiun's, CO Ohio
Do not let your little darling suffer so
wit.i that horrid cough! Go to your drug
store and get a bottle of Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Chcrrv. It's
souiceyour darling will be delighted to
take it, and it will stop the cough, cure any
tliroat or lung complaint quicker than any
other remedy. Sold at 25c, 50c. and $1.00
per uottie. l
Entrance to Bot.to's Dining-room,
ou Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door east of Commercial. tf
hucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Hutu.
liruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is tfuarantued to irivn nop.
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
i t cents per box. For salo by Barclay
Oysters, First-clans, in all Styles.
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Opeu Day and Night.
DeBauu's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee, tf
A lawyer's Opinion of interest to all.
J. A. TaWlieV. E-O . aloidincr ntrnrnov
of Winona, Minn., wiites: "After Uhing it
ior more tlian tliree years, I take great
P'eaure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumntinn. mm il..
best remedy in the world for couuha and
coins, it lias never failed to curt the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieveh the pain m tho chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may bo bad free
at Barclay Bros' drug store. Largo size,
Only the Best Brand of oysters,
at DtBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Fair Oiler.
Tho Voltaic Belt Co,, Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Bolt and
Appliances on trial, lor thirty doya, to men,
oiu or young, Hiuicted with ntuvous debilU
ty ist vitality and kindred troubles.. See
advertisement in this paper. 2
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-w jv iiu ui mo niit'Hi iok lor lamiliea
or w hools enn be made from a 10c packairo
o Diamond Dyes. Try them. All druir
Keep them. Wells, Richardson &
VO, uurlinnton.Vt. Sample card, 33 col
ors, and book of directions for 2o stamp.
MORE BOGUS DYNAMITE,
John Bull Once Again Worked
Up Over a "Terrible
Evide ice of a D'abolioal Plot to Murder the
Quoen and Ruin the Country Brought
to Light at Windsor Stat'on.
Broken Falling Tackle, O.l-Man's Paint
and Patent Moras Medicine Dj
the Fell Woik.
THE WINDSOR STATION EXPLOSION.
London, December 22. Tho excite
ment occasioned by finding the remnants
ot an Infernal machine among the debris
Of tho flro at the Windsor Railway
Station yesterday, was greatly Increased
when it was announced to-day that the
police had unearthed another cau of ex
plosives at the station similar to the one
found yesterday. Immediately the Home
Secretary ordered a further Increase of
guards at Windsor Castle to double the
present number, and armed them with
rifles loaded with ball cartridges. A tlior
ougb search of tho grounds surrounding
the Castle was also ordered.
Extraordinary precautions have beeu
taken at Osborne where the Queen is now
sojouruln. A number of detectives have
been detailed to protect other members of
the Royal family. All public bulldiir.'s
and railway stations are closely guarded.
A still bunt for explosives is coin ' on In
a number of them. Tho Home Olllee ami
police authorities are using every exer
tion to secure lnlonnation leading to the
arrest of the miscreants who attempted to
blow up London bridge and the perpetra
tors of this last outrage, but up to 2 p.
in., no arrests nave beeu made.
Several Scotland Yard detectives have
gone to Paris and Bordeaux to co-operate
with officers who have been there for
some time. The results of their inquiries
have uot been disclosed.
A SKLF-DKCEIVKD POUCH KORCK.
London, December 22. The alleged
dynamite plan to blow up the Windsor
Railway Station, has turned out to be a
ludicrous mistake ou the part of the po
lice. The fragments of the so-called In
fernal machine with the American clock
work attachments have beeu examined by
Colonel Alajeudie, chl'.'f inspector of ex
plosives: he reports that they are parts
of a patent fishing-tackle. The tin-cans
said to have contained the dynamite have
been lound filled with ordinary oil-man s
paint. The bottle, which the police as
serted was filled with nitroglycerine,
contained a patent horse medicine.
London, December 22. The Standard
this morning asserts that there is no
doubt that Germany intends hoisting her
flag in the neighborhood of Dalagoa Bay.
II Jiisniarck was not so successful iu ob
taining the Portuguese possessions, he
will secure other territory, so as to carry
out his scheme iu relation to the Transvaal
THE ANAKCIIISTS SENTENCED.
Lkipsic, December 22. In the Supreme
Court to-day the Anarchists Relnedorf,
Kuechler and Rupsch were sent meed to
death, and Radhamann and Ilolzhauer to
ten years imprisonment at bard labor.
Relnbach, Sochngcn and Locllner were
THE PorE AND I' It EE MASONRY.
Paris, December 22. The Pope has re
sumed his attack on Free Masonry. The
Archbishop of Paris has warned all the
clergymen of his Arch-dloccse of ' the evil
effects ol secret societies, and has In
structed them to use every endeavor to
prevent their parishioners from joining
the Masonic order.
RAINSTORMS DAMAGING CROPS.
London, December 22 A Bombay dis
paten states mat neavy rainstorms
damaging the cotton crop.
Opium-Smokers In Court.
Cincinnati, 0., December 22. In the
Police Court to-day four men were ar
raigned as vagrants. One was the keeper
of a place for opium-smoking, and the
others were his customers. For lack of a
law making opium-smoking an offense,
vagrancy was charged. At their request
the trial was postponed until Saturday.
It is Raid luls smoklng-houso has many
patrous, chlelly from the disreputable
A Nebraska Forger Overtaken,
DiiTitoi r, Mich., December 22. James
R. Williams, a lawyer and land-agent, of
David City, Neb., who absconded in Oc
tober last, after forging twenty thousand
dollars in notes, was arrested at Wood
stock, Ontario, at noon to-day by S. H.
Miu, an lowa lawyer, wiuiams reluses
to return unless extradition papers were
procured. He left a wife and five chil
dren behind him.
Wiikruno, W. Va., December 22.
The hog cholera which raged in this and
Brooks County, has abated, and is ex
pected to bo eradicated within a few days.
The disease has now broke out over the
river. Over two hundred hogs have died
near Bridgeport in the last few days.
Many Wrecks on the Eastern Coaet.
Phovincetowv, Mass., December 22.
Two three-masted schooners from Port
laud went ashore In Saturday night's
heavy storm iu the harbor. The crews
were taken off sale, after very dllllcult
and gallant work by the life-saving corps.
Tho vossels will be total wrecks. The
severe weather of the last two day has
caused many wrecks on tho Eastern
Bound, Oasved and Robbed.
Wiikki-Iko, W. Va., December 22. At
four o'clock yesterday morning six
masked men entered Henry Workeuoucr'e
house, In a suburb of this city, and after
gagging the throe members oj tho family,
secured four thousand dollars from an
old trunk and escaped. Botore tho vic
tims could escape from their bonds, tho
robbers were beyond all chanco of cap
ture. The citizens are much excitod over
' ' ' OauAeJ by a Oat Leak.
tfnCA, N. Y., December 22. A gas leak
in No. 2 Upper Empire Woolen MUl at
Clayvillo, near Utlca, on Sunday, caused
its total destruction by lire. Loss. 8100,-
Soap and Lye Works Burned.
Muwaukeb, Wis., December 22. Flro
this morning, at the corner of East Water
and Chicago streets, destroyed the Eaglo
Lye Works and Delormo & Quentln'a
Toilet Soap Factory. Total loss, about
A Brilliant Meteor. ' '
Detroit, Mich., December 22. A ro
roarkably brilliant meteor was observed in
Jackson, Calhoun and Branch Counties at
ten o'clock Saturday night. It was al
most blinding in its brilliancy, and the re
port of Its explosion was felt throughout
the counties named.
A Misplaced Switch Causes a Collision.
Xenia, 0., December 22. A misplaced
switch collided the Pan-Handle west
bound express with a heavy freight train
just arriving at six o'clock this morning.
Tho men jumped from the engines. Sev
eral freight cars were badly broken. No
one was seriously hurt.
Gold In Clermont County.
Cincinnati, 0., December 22. A min
eralogist of this city has gathered from
several farms in Clermont County sped
mens of rock and earth, all of which yield
a thousand dollars of rold to tho inn A
company lias been formed to buy tho
The Free Delivery System
Washington, I). C, December 22.
Tho House Committee on Post-ofllces and
Post-roads, as soon as opportunity offers,
will report favorably tho bill extending
the free delivery system to cities of ten
thousand Inhabitants, and Post-oillces
where the vearlv rccelots a-?"TPi?fiti! ton
Murdered While Performing- An Act of
Gau.man, Miss., December 22. On
Saturday evening William Sumerall a res
pected and wealthy citizen living near
here, was called to his duor by three ne
groes and asked to read a letter for them.
lie Dcgan to read, when they fired on him
with revolvers, Sumerall falling dead.
The murderers then robbed the hous of
$500, and escaped. A posse of a 100 men
started in pursuit. It is not known vet
whether the murderers have been cap
tured. MARKET REPORTS.
Grains and Provisions.
MONDAY, DECEMKKK 22. 1SU.
Cotton steady; iniiiaiini!, lO'iftW.'e.
Kmiuh Steudy; XXX to choice, Jj.O0a3.20;
pntentM, fi.M'a l..'o.
Wheat Higher; No. 2 Kcd, 7l'79'oj Xo.
3 lioil, (W'a TUe.
Corn Lower; Xo. 2 mixed, XlS34c; No.
2 while mixed, 3c3s'e.
trs stoudy; No. 4, -'.'VS2e.
Hve KlruiiT; Xo. i, 47 o4ic.
Toiiacco Firm; lima, common to eholeo,
J'l.tWaiauO; leaf, common red k'ftf,J7.5U'!ilU.(W;
milium to xood. J '.ini'o 17.00.
IUy I'ralne, SluOuiuhi lor prlmo to choice
new; clover mixed, $7.wi't lu.w for commou
to prime; prime new timothy, J9.5tidll.iu:
fancy, ,li5U' 13.50.
HurrEit Mendy ; choice to fancy creamery,
24'a Jftc; dairy, choice to fancy. 1 iiic.
Kilos Steady ; fresh Block, 24'ai'ic.
I'otatoks yulet; demand lignt ; Ensdern
I!o8e,60c; Uurbank, bifab&c Northern
Fluke, 46e; Victor, 40a-4ic; I'cerleHs and
Mammoth I'earl, 4047)c; Hose, 4.'ic;1iur
J'okk Active; new mess, Jll.ocail.W,
Lark Quiet; prliao steam, tiVati'io.
liAC'oN lx)n8. OHc; shorts, S'ttWic; clear
ribs, CH-atiSic; ull packed.
IIidks (ireen salted easier; dry sternly.
Green Siil ted,Si!,''SSc;diimaKed,7c,hrnd)(l,
7Kc; bulls or stans, 6c; part cured, 7 V7Vc;
green, uncured, 7c; dry tlint, involute; diini
aited, U Vf l:iSc; kip and calf-skin, He; bulls
or 8tag, 10c; dry salted, tic; damaged, luc;
glue stock, Ac.
8hkkp I'ki.ts Prlmo frrenn salted, largo
and full wooled, 60'o70c; dry do do, 4uuGUc.
Wheat Illirher; No. a
S3i; March, ,c; Ajir'ii
Cons Lower; December, ; Jannnry,
4sc; Jebruury, 40,'ie; March, 47c; May,
Oats Firmer; December, S2Vc; Jan
uary, 33 Uc; February, U3.,e; May, 34c.
VTiikat Firmer; Decemhnr, 72c 'V ; Janu
ary, 72c; February, 73.', ; Mureh, 7.1,'ie; .May,
Colts Firmer; December, 3i!c; January,
88Vi"it:B.S'e; February, 3tc; May,S7('o.
Oats Weaker; December, 'Ue January,
24c; February, 20e; March, 25le; slay, ';c.
I'oiik Higher; January, $I0.U7 li ; February.
$11.07; Murch, ll.'ili; May, J 11.50.
LAHD-StroiiKer; December, .Jil.M); January,
$0.il5; February, K75; .March, KsJVail.KS.
shout Huts January, $5.70; February,
$3.72; March, $5.80.
Live Stock Market.
Cattlb Supply scant and demand limited j
buyers taklnif a rent; Kood to heavy Hteers,
5.i5aj.50; fair to nood, $l..5'a.VU0; common
to medium native, l.7.Vn4.25; fair to good
Colorado Htcei-M, f.l.J.Vo I. .'5; llht to uood
ptockers, $3.UO'a :l.73; native cows and hellers,
$2.253.7&; uillch cows and calves, j:;.wt
Hons Market nrtlvo, nnd prices easier;
for all grades; mixed packing for $1.054.15;
Yorkers, i.wi'a4.15; pigs, $.'.3(i'o;i.70,
8HKKH Uood demand for prime stock ; sup-
Fily moderate; common to medium, JI.6D'd)2.'J5j
air to good, C'.'iOM.iiO; good tocholce, $.1.25 a)
4.2.p; fauey, $i.50u5.50; lumbs per loo lbs, $2.00
Hook Receipts, 87,000: antlve and
firm; BUKie hlgner; light, $l.00'a.:tn; rough
packing, $l.ooa4.26; heavy packing and ship-
Cattlk Kecelpts, fl.OOO head; generally
slow; exports. $5.i5S)a.5ii; good to choice,
$5.ooai5.ii0; commou to lair, $l.0095,ii0.
8HK.KP Kecelpts, 3,ooo liuad; slow; lnforlor
CATTtK Market dull, weak and lower:
good to choice steers, $5.404t5,m); fair to good
native shipping steers, JI.:l.Vn3.35.
mikki' Mai ket generally lower; offerings
poor; common to fair, $.l.2.Vf 1.10; culls and
common, Jl.ftO'itM.OO; western lambs, $175'
4.115; Canada lumhs, $0.2.VdiH.io.
Hons Market llriners and higher, closed ft
shade lower; good to choice Yorkers, $4.40'a)
4. Mi; common to light, $4.S5; good mediums,
M.H.Vn 1,4ft; choice heavy, $.404, 50; fair ends,
$4.V0u4.12; coarse ends, 1. 003.75,
Cattmc Itceolpta, MO: quiet; exports, $.1.10;
good to choice shipping, $4,i;ou4.W); com
mon to medium. $;l.H5w4. 40; feeders, $;!,(
4.00; cows, $2,Miw;l,50.
Hons Itocelpts, 12,000 bead; firmer and So
higher; lots 2MI to WI5 pounds nt $3.sow4.1o;
mainly, $ I. ww 1. 00.
h it kk I' Kecelpts, 1,400; steady; fair to
5ood muttons, $2.2Afe2.7ft; common to ni
Money and Stock Market.
Nrw Your. Di-inber 32,-Monev 1J
pur cent.; bar sliver, lo7V, lioveriimntits
steady. Thrues, loiSM's, I1SS; 4's, Ul;
I'aelllo B's of 'M, 12U. stocks openod very
weak for coal stocks, which declined k to i
other market declined to S In Hvmpnthy.
At present market shows a recovery ol it)L.
UiS latter Lack awatina. '
CHICAGO . 0NE-PMCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
Wc arc showing a large and elegant stock of nseful
HOLIDAY PEE8BNTS in
Fino Suits for Men, from 84.0G to 830 OO
Fino Suits for Boys, from S'3.00 to 818.00
Fino Suits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
Rich and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of tho latcststyles.
Don't fail to examine our Fine I mbroidcred and Uand
paiiiUd Silk Suspenders, Fine Silk Neckwear, novel ies in
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Fancy
Nightshirts, Fino and Medium Undei wear, Silk Umhrcllas
with PI lin, Ivory ami Silver Handles, feather and Plush Culf
and Collar Boxes," Fur and Genuine Sealkin Caps.
New Goods and Correct Styles at
CHICAGO ONE-PltlCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WEI INK It & SON. Props.
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIM,
Japanned 13erlin and A gate Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affont for Adams & West lake Oil. Hasnline ami Gas Ktovefr, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Hows, Walking Cultivators,
t'oiu Slielleis, 1'lanteiH, Ftc, Ktc
Nos. 27 &
TKIiKPIIONK XO. SO.
Useful Holiday Presents !
We have just opened a handsome line of Lace Fichus.
Silk Linen and .Embroidered
Elegant Line of Leather and Plush Bags.
Complete ctock of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Dolmans
and Kussiau Circulars at reduced prices to close.
Tako a good look at our Flush Cloaks at
Fighteen and Twenty Dollars.
:! Elegant line of Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets, also anew
lot of Persian shawls suitable for Holiday Presents. Ex
amination of our. goods and
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PARK MT'C CO.,
E. A. BURNETT,
OFFICE:-No.' 78 Ohio
Dr. 3, , Rhormitn, of Ml nrondws-. Now York, famtn for I bn pjat 85 yours fr hla n-tonfti y tnsth.
nd nfciirlnii riiiim(iwlhimtiirt!iciil iipursmin. la now at hla i files. Hi. L nl. w f rs bo will rmnsia
t ilrcse pullriila till t1 s 3) It of Uucenihir. Dnrhm troatitittit J"iJ,"' , . '!5i'jyV.,ai..i!i: i!
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sud afuir euro, is tuslledfur lOeunta. Kcmitobor. la Bt, toon, o01cis 40 Msrkst street.
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