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THE DAILY UAlttO BULLETIN; BUND AY MOKN1N0, DECEMBER 28, 1584
No. 101 Commercial &c 6th.
We have in stock a beautiful lino of
Gents' Fine Embroidered Slippers at our
our usual bed-rock prices:
Nico Hand. Emb Slips,
Nico Silk. Emb Slips. -
Nice Silk, Emb Slips, - -Fine
Chenille, Emb Slips, -
The above are fresh, seasonable goods,
and dirt cheap at prices named.
t-ef Rubber foods of nil kinds at very low prices,
anion? which wo 8h w tin "0 ivettV' the liarhost and
ueatest warm overshoe for ladies in the market.
TUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OIIIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Knsines9
TI10S, W. IIA.I..I..1UA.V
NTERriUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
TII08. AV. HAuLlDAY,
Commercial Ayeuiiti an.l RiifluJi .Si rut
F. BKOSS. PrenWknt.
II. WKLlS, Cashier.
I'. i?Fr. Vice I'ruo'nt
IT. J. Kurtb. A'l r.i!a
. BroM Cii'ro I Wllllnm Rl.!.,. ,0 :
Peter Ned' William W'.ilt.... '
C. M Omerloh " 10. i. P ilier "
K.A.Buder " II. Weiip '
J. V. l'li;tno!), Caledonia.'
AfJESEKAL BASKING BUSI.1E3S i)UNK.
Kxehango ro'.d and bmi-'lit. Iaieiutt pnlil ii
the Savin.; Department. Collection nnilo end
all builuens vrumptW auetiuVtl to.
JJK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairn, ill.
VAl'Ott, EI.KCTKO-VAPOH and MUD IT ATM)
II ATI IS
A lady In attendance.
E. W. WHITLOCK.
urrici No. 196 Commercial Avunae, betwnes
terfj and Nluth Street
JJ" G. PARSONS, M. f.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
0mC3-Clty Drug Storo, Carbondale, XII .
P A T E X T S,
Caveat, Jle-lMUci and Tradi' Mnrki tecti'i-d. and
all other nalent rannei in the l atent urn mwi
before the Courts praiuplly end cri:fully aueuded
Upon receipt ofmodi'l nraUetrhof invantlon,
nuke careful elimination, ana ailvlnu at to
patentntiiMtT I'rre r LliaruR,
KKKH MODKIOTK. nd I ninltc NO CIIA1K
VNLK8H PATENT IH 8M:lTKKL. I tii. .r runt U.ti
adirlce and mcil rcfuMiC"" Hint on npt'llciitloD
4. K. 1,1 I I f I. l, vi anuiuiiiun, LI. c.
Near U. , patent Ufflr.e.
fTf rT more money than at anything el-h
iy I l taklni au Hircncv fur the huxt ellltiK
niKiaoiu, ieiiunvr eoccuua tfrauuiy
none ran. ierm ir n.
UALLETT BOOK CO , Portland, Maine
I . 2 "N" 3 rtS
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A Bold Threat Which We De
fy. Mind Vour Business
and We Will Mind
Extract of a Letter Fonvarded To Us,
Demanding That We Desist or Take
Caiho, III., Dec. 27,1884.
To Mom. A t J. Levy, 10S Coinm.TCiul Avenue,
(Sara Burutr e old stand.)
For tlin last few days I Imve nuticcl the
ailvertisL'inents of your Kr,'at B:inkrupt
Clothini Halts in thu Caiuo Dajlt Bclle
n.N. I hve uo particuUr objection to your
aiivertisinj?, but I strenuously object to
your exposing to the public the secrets of
the clothing trade. You ore continually
dwelling on the subject of shoddy clothing
and puttinif the public onto that cUss ot
yopds. I li'imilo such fjurraents, nd ftd
vertise and sell 4 suits, an l find it in'ire
profitable tlmn selling tine g'lruientj. Very
tew cmtomer can judge them. But what
I particularly demand is tor you to quit
hitting us so hard, as you hurt our busi
ness. If you continue tiii'D I will gift the
other clothiers to j in with me and we will
advertise against you, and try and make
people believe you are humbugging them.
We will ruin the prices aud ruin you.
Either quit or tuke the consequences.
Your L'kothek Clotuier.
Most Vknekablk anu Esteemed Com
PETtToii: We are noi iu the habit ot rcc-
on'i7.iofr anonymous letters, but will make
this an exception. We will douute $50 to
any charitable institution if you will di
vulge to us your full name. Either you
cousidtr your name a disgrace, or else you
are too cowardly to attach your signature
the article. You are contemptible
enough to sign yourself "Brother Clothier."
We do not recognize you, or anybody else,
who deals in shoddy clothing an 1 betriys
the coofi Jence of the people, as our equ lis.
You threaten to ruin us. Try it. The
sooner you and your colleague commence,
the better we will like it. Mind youi bus
iness and we will mind ours. We will con tinue
our m i le of advertising and in our
n'.-xt issue we will send such a red hot vol
ley of gnpe.shot Into those fl shoddy suits
you sell us will completely annihilate them,
and make all slioldy dealers tremble in
their boots. We defy you, or anyb idy also
to answer our advertisements under their
full name. Respectfully,
A. &, J. Levy.
At Sam Burger' old stand.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville will re
port nere to-day and turn buck for the Rock
City this evening.
The Vint Shiukle, which was burned
near Columbus Thursday night, was in
sured for 115,000.
The Belle of Shreveport from Cincinnati
will report here to-morrow for New Orleans.
Capt. Wash Thompson is tier popular com-
The Vint Shinkle crew anived hero at
12 o'clock Friday night on the Mobile road
aud took the I. 0. roal for Cincinnati yes
The Ous Fowler hn hid u;i on a xouut
of ice. Hi r crtw could nut have bein bet
ter pleased, as they had the pleasure of
spending Christmas at liome. She will be
on duty to-morrow,
Hoi Silver went home yesterday nu a
short visit, aud our citizens will bo bewild
ered during his ubsence iu regard to weiith
er uittters, as Sol is thoroughly pobted no
temperature, as his past proguosticitions
have so cle irly shown.
The R. L. Cobb, Capt. Jmi il' little
packet, which passed hero Friday on her
way to Memphis, came hack yesterduy
eveuing, as she found thu ieo forgo most
too much for her. If she had paid any at
tention to Walt. MoKee'g hail, she would
have beeu spared the tioublo of (,;oi"ii t'
Thu (Juiding Star his received about all
the freight she can carry, and is only wait
ing for the gorge to break loose just above
Columbus, which, with thu light ram iT
yesterday mid last night, will likely permit
or her leaving this morning for New Or
leans. She has about 80 cabin piuseiiKers
on board, but csn accomodate more.
TWO LIVES ABRIDGED.
Twro Self-Convicted Negro Bur
glars Done to Death by
They Are Taken From Jail, Bound Hand
and loot and Droppod From
After a Descent of Forty Feet They Go
to the Bottom to Rise
Halkioii, N. C, December 28. Ou
Saturday last Charles Smith and Henry
Davis, both colored, were arrested In
this city under a charge of burglary, and
Smith coufessed that he and Davis and
twenty other men had been engaged iu
the robbery of several stores during the
past two months. On Monday Smith and
Davis were taken under escort of fifteen
men and committed to jail In Suiithfleld.
The prisoners were lu hjtnnV.iifN rwi
chain, and the guards slumbered without
About three o'clock on Tnpsrlsv
Ing 100 horsemen, disguised as Ku-kiux,
roue inrougn me streets to Uw place
where the nrisotmrs wnre vnrtn,.rl ti
doors were foroed onen and nlntl
sentcd. The guards fled. The nrtaonors
hedged for their lives. Not a word was
said by the masked men. Smith mni
Davis were placed ou horseback, each
with a man behind him. The procession
theu formed, with the necrroes In rhn rnn.
ter, and rode away.
About two miles from town the caval
cade reached the bridge across the river,
and all dismounted. The doomed men's
legs were tied together and chains wnn.
ped around their bodies. At a sign four
masked men seized Smith and four scIpo-
Davis and hurried on to the bridge. The
poor fellows now realized the mode of
death that was to follow ami madi- th..
woods ring with yells. The masked men
said nomiug, out hem tbeir victims sus
pended forty feet above the water and
then withdrew their support. There
were two deathlv cries, a sudden solaOi
and all was over. The bodies did not
rise and soon the avengers rode away.
The Fire Fiend in Topeka.
Tori'.KA, Kas., December '27. About
eight o'clock last night a tire was discov
ered In a barn used as a warehouse by W.
M. Degnon, a furniture dealer, and for
stables. Three horses were burned and
some unfinished furniture considerably
damaged. At 9:M o'clock while the fire
department wan still at work on the first
tire, the Santa Fe liailway'shops' whistles
announced the breaking out of another
blaze, which proved to be in the car
shed, where several coaches were
housed. Seven cars and coaches were
burned, Including a pay car
which had jut been refurnished, two
Hortou recllnlnj-chair care, one mail car
and three way cars. Tho President's and
directors' cars had been pulled out ot the
stieU only a lew noun before to go on
trips. The losses can not be dehiltHy
estimated. Degnon' Is probably 1,000,
aud the Santa Ku Road's between $H3,
000 and 850,000. The sheds were a long
distance from the shops, which were not
endangered. One fireman had a finger
torn off by the upsetting of au engine.
MOKE COU-V1Y SEAT TUOU11LK.
Two Hundred Indiana Oardln the
Re-cords ot a Dakota County.
Pjkriik, 1). T., December 28. rotter
County is now lu a whirl of excitement
over the county neat location. One year
ago the seat of Government was located
at Forest City, on the Missouri River.
Gettysburg claims that at the late elec
tion it was chosen Mi the county seat,
Threats have been made to UKe the rec
ords by force from f orest City, and over
two hundred Indlaus are now centered at
that place, ready to meet all Invaders
from Gettysburg. Judge Smith Is hear
ing the case at 1'ierre, while the Indians
are guarding the records.
A Svnpect Spotted.
Nr.w York, December U7. Ex-Asslst-ant
United Ktutcs . District Attorney
lloxle, who left Brooklyn seven years
ago under suspicions clroutnst ince-, and
was traced to Philadelphia by secret ser
vice officers, ha ben hinid from at
Chicago. United Stat- District Attorney
Tenney said yesterday that Mr. lloxio
hud beeu seen bv Revenue Agent McCleer,
wiio is stationed at Chicago. It Is said
that he Is liviug at the Grand Pacific
Hotel, and speudlng money with a lavish
hand. It Is alleged that lloxio speculated
on Wall street with his clients' mouey.
The Hand of Providence in a Sick Child.
Athens, Tkx., December 28. Thurs
day night Ijcv. J. M. ilrooks, of the
Presbyterian Church, got out of bed with
a sick cliihl, and had moved only a few
leet away when nomo one discharged a
double-barreled ahotgun tlHough a win
dow luto the Led, tearing the bed clothes
to pieces, and riddling the head-board.
Roth Mr. lirooks and the child would
have been killed had they remained lu bed
a moment longer. The fact that no light
was burning In tho room Is all that de
ceived the a.s;kiu In Lis aim. There Is
no cluw to his Identity.
A btranded Nuyy.
WisiiiyoniM, 1). C, December 27.
The Secretary of Uie Navy Is preparing a
circular, under the trims of which tho
navy yards throughout the I'nlled Stale
will be closed on Deaimber BUI, and re
main closed until appropriations for their
muliitenaiM'.e are made liy Congreo. The
workmen will be Nusije.miud with tho un
derstanding that thorn; who i! services
are lndlsnsable may continue at work
and take their chances of reimbursement
Aluamy, N, Y., December 27. There
was a Large number of visitor at the
Kxecutlve Chamber yesterday, but very
few saw the Governor. Jle 1 ortlvely
engaged lu eoH'Tiitir, hi publlo papers,
and preparing lor bin departure. Among
his t aller were Co';.- J Alea. UeCltire,
ot I'liilvtiflpUua ; CapUUj Ward, United
SUius arm), one of UjW uf Otteial
llax k' aUIT, wtd Or, Mary Waiter,
Thu Utter did i,ot the Gwrawr.
Embanro on Elver Shipments.
touiHViLUC, Ky., December 28. The
underwriter havo put an embargo upon
river shipments until further uotlco.
The Opdyke Failure.
New Yoke, December 28. The sched
ule of Messrs. Opdyke 4 Co., filed by
W. M. Peet, the assignee, shows debts of
$29G,000;' nominal assets, $;.C!l,000j
actual assets, $250,000.
A Vacant Senatorshlp.
Sr. Joseph, Mo., December 28. R. T.
Davis having resigned a Senator from
the Second District, tho Democratic Sen
atorial Committee to-day nominated Wal
ter Young as a candidate for electiou to
fill the vacancy.
A Proaecutinir Attorney Who Speculated.
Cincinnati, O., December 28. Tho
Prosecuting Attorney of Clermont Coun
ty, whose term expires January 6th, next,
has turned all his property over to his
creditors, leaving debts unsecured
amounting to $10,000. His olllclal ac
counts are all right. His loses come from
Weekly Bank Statement.
New Yoke, December 27. The weekly
bank statement shows the following
changes: Loans, Increase, $1,531,000;
specie, Increase, $1,818,000; legal ten
ders, decrease, $1,020,000; deposits, de
crease, $171,000; circulation, decrease,
$57,000; reserve, increase, $258,000. Tho
banks hold $40,!i!M,000 iu excess of the
Washington, 1). C, December 28.
The Secretary of the Treasury sent a te.e
gram to the Collector of Customs at San
Francisco in reference to Chinese Immi
grants. The following Is a copy: "Section
Cof the act of 1884 applies only to Chinese
merchants comiug for the first time to tho
United States. Chinese merchants, for
mer residents In the I'nited States, may
be admitted on any satisfactory proof of
such facUs by certiiicateorotherwi.se."
The County-8eat War.
Wiimot, Dak., December 28. Colonel
Free, of the Governor's stall, visited
Wiimot and Traverse yesterday. Ills re
port Is understood to be In favor of Wii
mot. Writs are out for the arrest of
members of the canvassing board. Cum
mings, of Traverse, iLiiming to be sheriff,
was chased three miles, and escaped
across the river. Interviews w ith parties
iu Kargo irom Roberts County, are as
conflicting as tho first reports received
from the scene of trouble. An examina
tion is now iu progress before a L'nited
.States Commissioner iu this city. It Is
thought the prisoners will lie bound over
to the United States Court of the Second
District at Sioux Palls, as the offense was
committed In the Fifth District, where
the Judge has no cognizance of United
Slates cases and the district is attached
to the Second for the purpose of such
Grains and Provision.
SATl'UDAY, PKCKM.KEK27, lis,
VTTON Steady; inl'MHuir, lOS'dlQ'tt.
KuiClt Meit.ly , iXXto choleu, J.Oujf.J.jy;
WHbAr Firmer; No. 2 lied, SUwesuVc: No.
3 Rod, 70S'71',e.
Uoun stronger; Ko. 2 mlietl, 33 ','; Set
No. J white mixed, :j,t;su fic.
OATS Moady; No. J, iiia i'i V.
Kys W euker: No. I, iu a 17 ',c.
Toiucco Firm; luu, common to ehnlr-n,
$fi.0U' 10.00 ; leul, cominiin red leaf,7.5vulu.w;
medium to irood, '.iiio17.i.
Hr Pruirie, j-MOatuw (or prime to eliolee
new; cluver inutMl, 17.ii lu.Mj for eimimon
to prime; prone new t.mythy, ia.0oi:.w;
KrrrKit steady ; thole to fanov creamery,
Wwilc; dairy, eliolee to fancy, .1 i j.'e,
F.oos JSteudy ; Irenli .ock,' .'1 ajjc,
I'otatoks ymct; (ichimii,! punt; KuMcni
Koe!, and Peerless, fiwue; Hiirliniik,.Vi'a.v.e.
Northern Fluke, 4.'x i'eeiic 4.'ia47',i';
Itosfi, 4.'jc; Riirlmnk, 7 S ' '. Worm eaten,
froitted. dirty, mixed and otherwise Inferior,
Sis' per himhel,
I'oiiK Active; new tness, 511,2.111 .,',o.
I.Aito fillet ; prime Meum, i;vai;,c,
llACON I.onns, i;',e; sliortu, 7e; clear
rllis, tlS'"(,e; nil packed,
lllliKs tireen Hiilteil easier; dry nte:idv.
7Sc; bulls or iiuk, i,e; part cured, 7'4'u;c;
Kreen, tinenred, 7e; drv Hint, P'.e; ilain
axed, lie; kip and culf xkni, :ic; ImiIIh
or staus, l"c; dry Mklted, Ue; Uuiiiuu'o'l. lot;:
glno stock, ,1e.
SlIKK.l' pKi.rx-Prlmn trcen Hiilteil, Jurfo
and full wooled, iVio7'ie; dry do do, luu'iuu.
WllKT Higher: lieccmher, 7'P.e; .linn;.
ary,7:i,'7le; February, 71; .March, 7.V,e;
CoiiN-Flrmer; lii-cemhcr, A';r; January,
54 ': February, :ii',c; Mav,
(UrslllKlier; Iiccemlier, -J.', ; January,
2.V,c; February, .'..e ',; .March, Jji,e; .May.
I'iihk Uliher; .liinuarv, Jpi.s,l: Febru
ary, Jlo.itt; March, Ml. ip7',,: Mav, 5II..I.".
I.AHii-.steady; .lainiary, Febru
ary, v:.ii.1; March, V'i.7.",.
Mloitr lllim .laiinurv, $.'...,? 1,-; February,
y'iM; Marth, V'..o.'.i Mav, 4.'i,7j.
Live Stock Market,
Catti.K Iieiuiind lair, but Htnek very
Hcurce, We tiunte: IhmhI to beuvy Hteei,,
j:i.i.'('c.i..vt; fair to koihI, u.::ih:,.ihi; 'eniiiiiiciii
to medium native, f.l.7.V,i I.-.M; lair to ood
Udorado steers. J.I.'.'.'miI,.',',; Iint to koikI
Htockern, $:i.0".i,i,7.'i; mtt kv cow and lieiicrs,
J.iViJ,75i inllcli coux and calves, J.'l.ixia
iloilH-Mntiply llirlit mid lnalket linn;
for all uradcN; tulxoi) packlnv lor 1 1. 1 j u 1.40 ;
Vorkurs, fl.ii5 l.l.'i; plun, J.'.joall.iiil,
SllKKl' (iood demand for prime stock ;
Others weak; common to medium, .,'iii'.i .', .;,;
lair to ijood, .'..,niii!,tKi; u,uud toeholee, .l.i
IltxiS - Ifeeelpls, '.'.Vrnoj slow; B'aino
lower; hlher, l.ivi..iii; rouh paeklmr,
Jt.ii(u4.lfj, lieuvy packing and sliiipliiK, VI.:0
t'Airi.F. Ilfeelptu, ;hi,(hki; (jultd and Htea'lv;
exports, $'i.r,0'(r7.ii; ooi to choice, V-OO'u 11.00;
common to fair, IJii'n J.no,
KiiiiK.i'-ltcccipi, juuu; iiriii; eominon to
choice, fliM U".
(.'An i.r.-Market dull ami tinehumri'd ; exlru
Steers, Ji.Oleu il.i.'i ; full' lo Kood native miIi.
iilliK steers, J-l. I." u to , funudit atoekers,
MIKKI1 Market dull, weak mid lower for
coiiuiH.n ; cotiiiii'iii to lair, tJ7'ni.ii: u I
lo tholee, f.i.iiuiet.ini; idieddars, .tl.lU'al.Jj;
Catiutla laiiibs, .fj.aii'p j.'Jj,
lloos-Market fairly active and a sliadn
lilwln'r; Kooil to choice Yorkers, fl.j.'.'K i.n.lj
Hood mediums, tl.i'irl.;li; uholeu heavy, 4.ill
wH;; plus, ll.iiiul.j.'y,
Catii.k lleeidpis, cwi; llriner; export,
ij.lthi.VA; Kood to eliolee n ti 1 1 tt MK. II rlit
U, eominon to lni'dliiiii.i;ll'ii,il.4u: feeders,
fl.ini'ni.lili cows, J -11 .t ,l.,,o.
P,o-lteccl,lN, 7,f, ill; h(ilier; rilllKlllK a'.
i.-ii 1:11: mainly 111 t i.iiiir 1.1,1,
attKKl'-lleeeipIs, 7'ni; steady ; $l(Wd3,i6 fof
fair to K"ud iiiuttoiiN,
Money and (stock Market.
Nw Yonit, l Miiiieran.-Moin'v lM per
cent. ;Uht silver, Hi; ; tioverutiieiiis woak.
'J'Iikh'h. lil';4S,,H, IUS 4', Hi Si Pnelllril'
ol '1ft, 1 in, Muck were w euk ami tleptesseil
tn prlens: dei'iim'tl 'ihe urraiiml
nrommrv to sll was lu l.neltim anua, Vaudel
bllUi and Cilaiiei s,
CHICAGO ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
We are showing a large and elegant stock of useful
HOLIDAY PEBSKNTS in
Fine Suits for Men, from 84.00 to 80.00
Fine Suits ibr Hoys, from tto00 to 818.00
Fine knits ibr Children, irom 8.50 to 814
Rich and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and ot the latcsf.styles.
Don't fail to examine our Fine Finbroulmd and Hand
painted Silk Suspenders, Fine Silk Neckwear, novelties in
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Fancy
Nightshirts, Fine and Midium Underwear, Silk Umbrellas
with i'l tin, Ivor and Silver Handles, Leather and Flush Cull"
and Collar IJoxes, Fur nd (Jenaine Sealskin Caps.
Now Goods and Correct Styles at
CHICAGO ONK-PIilCE CLOTJILXG HOUSE.
M. WEKNKU ,fc SON, I'rops.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVKS, -:- KANGE -:- TJW,
Japanned Jierlin and Aato AVaro,
Biid Cages, Hath Tubs, Vatr Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent lor Adams & Wcstlake Oil. (iasoline ami Gas rtoveH, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel riows, Cliillod 1'lows, Walking Cultivators,
( oiu Slielleis, liantcru, 1 tc, Ktc.
Nob. 27 & 33,
TKLKI'lIONK NO. "JO.
inauguration of the Bargain Season
We oiler 100 Remnants of Silks and Satins, in all shades,
ami containing from throe to ten vards each. The former prices were
73 cents, 81.011 aud 81 25. We oiler the
Choice of the Lot for 50 cents per Yard.
Tlicy are ju-t the thins: for dresses for little girls and would make
A. vice Kew Yuar's Gift.
We a'so have many broken lines of Good left fiom Christmas week,
which we oiler
AT A SACRIFICE TO CLOSE.
T hese (Jowls must go to make room for new lines now on the way from
the Kat tor our January sales.
Our large cash trade enables us to sell at prices that
CHAS. S. STDABT
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