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lahi.n. Kill' nliniw, ThUtlewood. Wo.il,
"Wright iiml Yocum !(.
The ordinance committee n-jKirtl nn
ordinance provUlinir for the issuing of new
lionds, which was read at length by the
Clerk first time and laid over under the rules,
A numvivrr I'lWVIDIS't rH Till! lrt!N '
(UI.IW NEW DilMW TO H'SIl M) IUTIKK 1II1T-TANO-INU
HOMM I THE CITY Of C'Alll" IN IT K CANCE l.r
AN II.KCTIUN llfcLO US T1IK SiTH DAT
A. D. 1S78. ,
Wln'irns, nnrtfr an act entitled "bu ai t to arm-nil
an act mitUd "n t Muting to anility ami city
iltbtn and to Jitoviili- fur thf payment llunofhy
taxation tn Mid coui.tU' and citiV approved Kb
ruary 13. IstA, and to amend thetlin- thm-or
approved and in force April 1S7T; and in pursn
anceofan ordinance entitled --an ordinance pro
YidlBi! for the holdlnc ofa special clectluD and ul
mission of the question nflsmiui: bonds uuiler the
act therein mimed." approved Jum; ton. isrs, a
piK il election wan Leld In said city of t airo on
thi! arth day of June. A. D. lS'.S iilimlttim: to tliu
leeal voters, of said cltv the question of if siilnir ni'W
bonds as brrrinafu-r Provided; and whereas at such
election a nuiority of the voice cast were for lstunir
tli bonds a In mid ordinance ami hereinafter also
aperiried. Now. Itierfore in pursuance ol the said
act and vote anthorlzin,; the (mine of snld bond'.
Be It ordained by the city council of the city of
Suction 1. That under and in pursuance of the
act and vote aforesaid, there shall Ve lulled by mid
city Two Hundred and hevemy Thousand Iiollars
of new bonds. Which new lionds shall consist of
Mi bonds, numbered 1 to 140. of the denomination
ol f luurarh: iii lKud numbered 141 In :W, of the
ilcnnininatlon of jSnneach; i) bond numbered :M1
to Mo, of the denomination of tM each: and ti
bond numbered Ml to 740. of the denomination of
fKl each, tnakinga total of 740 bond, af the acrcre
Kiite Binount of Si70,'.0, bvlug about 50 Per Centum
of the mm total of ail the outftandinif bond pro
Jiosed to be retired. All of said new bonds to bear
.Villi of July 1, 187b. and draw interest at the rate of
lr pfr centum per annum from date until f paid,
kolh principal and Intercut to be payable at the
first National Binlc of New York, in the City and
Mate of New York, iu semi-annual installment, on
the 1st duyi" of January and July of each year, after
date of du'ch bond, and running 'hrough a period
of IM' j year, as follow. towii: Eiirht equal ciiii
aunual lnnallment of S per cent of the face of t aid
boLds for and during the lint four year: 30 equal
pcmimnual Installments ol S per cent of the face of
raid bond- for and during the next i year; and one
final Installment of the remainder of principal and
interest of mid honds at the end ol mid IS) j yearn:
t-ach aud ail of wild installments to be evidenced
by conponi to he attached to said bond", and pay
aLle only upon presentation and surrender of sucb
coupons ; and said bonds to le aUo surrendered and
-discharged upon puyment of euid co-jpom fur final
Hec. 2. The said bond in said first section
authorized hall be prepared by and printed under
the direction of the finance committee of the city of
Cairo, (bull then be rigned by the mayor and cotiu
tcridgncd bv the clerk of a!d city, am! the seal of
faid city attixed thereto, aud delivered over to said
hLC. 'i. Said finance commtttee shall receive and
take charge uf said bonds, so signed, executed and
delivered as aforesaid, and place the same for safe
keeping and for the purpose fur which issued with
come responsible banking house or trust company
w ithin the state of Illinois, w ith full power anil au
thority tonne and deliver said bond- a shall from
lime to time be ordered by said finance committee,
for the purposes s cili d iu s iid ordinance and
vote aforesaid, to Ml: the fale thereof to raise
money to purchase or retire any or nil outstanding
bond or other Indebtednes of said city, or iu
tflurtlng exchange or funding of eucb outstanding
bond or indebtedness.
kc. 4. Said uew bonds, nor nv of them, nor the
proceed thereof, shall no! lie s ild or used for any
purpose whatsoever other than for the pun bane or
retiring of. or in exchange fur the legal outstanding
bonds or other evidence of indebtedness of aia
'Tibia. W. HAt.LTJJAV,
IjKUI!';E Vi I'M.
Tlie committee on police, jail anl fire
department askel uiul w. re irr:mtetl further
time to muke reiwrt upon matters referred
to said committee at lnt meeting.
The board of health submitted a report
containing resolutions relative to report of
plijieians" lwaid of uny cases of contagi
ous or infectious dioear-e, and the di.intVc
tion and fumigation of boats before being
permitted to hind, etc.
On motion of Alderman TIiist'.twKxl re
port recvlvcO, euiicurrea iu ami ordered
Tlie liquor lomls of the fbllowin-s p'-r-isons
were presented and re.nl, viz:
Frank Gazola. John Seheels. Henry II ts-c-nyacr,
J. 15. Kelly. Mr... Margaret Valker.
(2 lsondb) and Win. Klu'e.
On motion of Alderman Lam-aster, bonds
as read, approved.
Bills for putting fewer through Ohio
Levee near Bsth htreet, were opened mid
read, viz :
Vix;tnder Fruser IV-lx-rt ll;;:i-.
"J'u motion of alderman Wood, referred to
committee on streets.
Bids for city printing were opened and
Cairo Hullr-tin Co. bidding fr publishing
proceeding?, two cents per line; ordinances,
notices, i-.c, three cents per line.
Evening Sun bidding one and three
fourths cents per line for publishing pro
ceedings, and three cents per line for ordi
nances, notices, etc.
On motion uf Alderman Rittcnhous:-, bids
rejected and ordinance committee instructed
to report an amendment to ordinances admit
ting the publication of proceedings in
On motion of Alderman Foley, council
Stock N'oth k.- On and after this date,
idl horses, mules, bulls, boars, oxen, slurp
and dogs found running at larye, will be
impounded. Hooi found running at hiri'c
on ami after October first will be impound
ed, as byordinnine provided. This is pon-
t'vo. C l. AitTKiaity Marsha.!.
August ID, h",h.
A TKimilll.K CONKKSSION.
A WKAI.TIIY FA KM Kit Ml IIDKUKU AT Tm.
l.NS'ni.Al'loS OKHIKl-t lll.l.: .MiMIMSIiu-
San FHAM .sio.Aii-.l.'i.-Ira Ihe, p.-
Iu: aduimiMiutorofSa. ra nto county ,
liiaileutulleoiil'ession coiieemi,,,, t. r,..
c:rnt murder of A. M. Tulis on (inmd
island. He c-ontessi. to liave invti;ued
the llllllder for the ptit po.,. nf rfettinip",.,,,,.
trol of the estate of derea,o,,
:titeH asthe Ixq-lM-tratoisof the I y,.
ward Amlerson, it Swede, formerly in ,is
niploy, and another puny, name not yet
uncurtained. Anderson also minle a eoni'eH
sinn, iwrolioratinirtliutof Dye. Anderson
mun ui n-i'i'ivi; fu.tnni mr Tilt; nil,, ' (...
IiikI previously tried to kill Talis hy" poison.
Thi-y had alio dw ussed the murder of
ithi-r citizens. The details are replete with
Milil-hloodi'il cruelty. l)y, Iihs iieretofnte
borne a'oiid reputation in the i-i'iiimunitv
imd his cimnectlon ,-i-li t. ffar
t-reatt-d the utmost surprise and excitement.
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Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, Ulluotn."
JN'O. II. OBEIiLY. General Mnnnger.
Only Morniii? Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PArER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Thos. Xulljr, Kditor.
por state TitEAfnrn.
EDWARD L. CliU.NKl'.lTE, of Mcphcti'on.
fOB BCPEKINTESIlKNT OP PfBI.tr IS-TllCCTloS,
SAMI EL M. ETI'EK. of .McLean.
fOB CLEUS or TUB fH'HEMt CtfCBT. (OlTirEUX 01UXJ
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
fOB C1CHK Or THE APl'SU-ATE COt llT, BOITUEP.N
JOHN Q. HARMAN, of Alexander.
ron COXUKE-S-EK.IITI.ESTII coyoltESiloNAL DISTIlleT
W. J. ALLEN, of Jackson.
FOR REPRESESTATIVES rtPriETll SESATOUUE tH-
T. W. HAI.LIDAY. of Alexander.
T. T. HuHINSuS. of Jackson.
DEMOCRATIC AXXOTSCKM EXTS.
HON.D. T. LISEGAH
ill addrrss the people at . '
Cairo. Wednesiiay .!.;!:!. Aug. il
Lockwood's Grove, Jacksnu county. Saturday.
Grand Chain, I'nl.i-kl county. Thursday. Aug.
Hodges Park, Alexander county. Friday. An;. :i
Vienna. Saturday. Aug. 31.
HON. WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
Democratic nominee for Congress will speak to the
people at the following places:
Camp Creek Church. Jackson County, Thursday
night, August n.
Av. Jackson County. Friday night. Aug. Si.
DeSoto. Jaeksou County. Saturday night. Aug.
I'llln. Tulaskl County. Wednesday. Aug. 2S.
Mound City, I'uluskl County, Wednesday tiiglit.
Grand Chain. Pula-kl Cov.nty. Thursday Aug.?'.
. Hodgea Park. Alexander County. Friday. Aug. W.
McC'lnre't hool hor.'e. Alexander County. Sat
Uidav ttfivrEoon, Aitfc'. 31.
East Cape Girardeau, Alexander county, Satur
day night. Aug. 31.
Golconda. I'epe county, Friday. Septsinber fl
Clay Mines, Pope county. Saturday, September T.
HON. E. B. WATKIN'S
will address the people at the following time and
Mc(.'lure"s school-house. Alexander county. Sat
urday afternoon, August HI.
Kast Cape- Girardeau, Saturday night, August 31.
HON. WM. 1IA1.-TZKI.L AND COL. P.. It.
will address the ;e.ode u! Ihe follow ing times and
Mctropol'i , Mnsac contity, Thursday, Aug. 2!i.
New Columbia. Muss.ic county, K'day. Aug.
Vienna, Jackson county, Saturday, Aug. 31.
Mil. JOHN II. OliEKLY
will addres the people at the following time and
Dixon Spring. Saturday. Atigu't 17;
Gi;uit"l,'ur.-, J'ihnjon fftilnly, ln''y. August 15;
Btittislik, Jilmsnn county. Tuesday, Augu't go;
fioreville. Wednesday. August 31;
Parker's School House. In Elvira Township. Wed
nesday evening, August 21,
Murlou. Wlllluinson county, Saturday. September
Carbondale-.Jackson county. Monday. September 0.
Duiuoin. Perry county. Tuesday. September 10.
Cheater, It.tndolph county, Thursday, Si'ptPiuber
jlly order of the Congressional Committee.
August 10. 17.
Hc.snui.ijs of liilinus li'-ptiMii'iin i-clitnrs
throughout this country it ro sutisllnl tlmt
their r-uiarks on the n-wnt n-vi-mu! iliili
cu'.ty in South Cuiolinti averted it hlooily
revolution. I A tl.-uittt Constitution.
It is s:iM that (icn. Sherman's onh-rs to
visit Nt-w Mexico lire ho wordcil as to per
mit nn immediate visit to the Texas-Mexican
liorder, iiud that lie will he there to consult
Col. MatKcnzie on the hitter's, return from
his present raid into Mexico. It is also
said that thin means war and hints nt t'Tri
Tn k financial reforms demanded of the
Khedive of Kfrypt hy Enylund und F'rancc
have resulted in the dismissal of all the
American oiliccrs In the Eiryptiiin nrmy
except i'-neral Stone, (tenerals Iirinjf,
I'urdy, CoUion and Dye, and Colonels
Ward, Mason, Craves, Derrick and Iishe
and l'rof. Mitclu l'. have already left.
Tin: (iraysville Independent upcukiii;,' of
Tho Independent did publish an Item to the effect
that be was defenled liec uilse he wore red ribbon
on Ills breast, but It itlilu t start the report. It (Irsl
appeared In nn -Itturtut fi: Ihe Cairo Bulletin, of
June ir,th, the day alter the Htato Convention,
Tub lki.i.tm said it was ime of the
causes which contrihuted lur,'cly 1 1 hU do-
h-it n nd there c-.tu 1) mi douht hut tlmt
iii' liia Ihe fuel, ltetl rihlon may du for
home consumption in the rurul tlistricts,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNTNT,, AUGUST 17, 1878. I
but in a Kepuhlk'an Mate Convention they
murk their wearer for defeat. And Hidy
way was a victim.
Dallas Commercial: "Tlie action of the
Ilreiilmm convention in nominating John
Hancock for congress, from' the fifth district,
will he hailed with delight throughout the
country. Mr. ILmcock is a man of national
reputation, ami will, if elected, he one of the
most influential members of the next con
gress. He is, in truth, one of tlie greatest
statesmen in the south or southwest."
Tiikkf. is reason and prudence in the
proposition that those who lxard and in
spect trains and steamboats should he lo
cated at some point outside the city. They
certainly come in contact with the disease
if it exists on trains orhoats. and the effect
of iiuarautine is destroyed, it three or four
of such officials are afterward permitted to
circulate in the community. They are doing
jut the thing a quarantine- has been estab
lished to prevent.
Theme promised for a time to he a
lively contest in Wisconsin between Howe,
present Senator, and Carpenter, ex-Senator.
It is now said, however, that Howe will
have even- thing his own way if the Leg
islature is HepuMican. Howe came nearer
than any other Senator to making a spei :h
against the Administration during the last
session, and the support lie now gets from
Hayes and Sehurz is not easily accounted
for. These gentlemen think, perhaps,
that Howe cannot damage them, anyway,
aud there is no knowing what CurtH-nter
The riiu.KTis has maintained right
along that there is no necessity for the
Nationals as a pari. Gen. Ewingsays:
Meantime a new party . r'sing as ajspeelal advo
cate of cur.cney reform. I have not a w ord to say
against that movement 'a tho-e State where the
Democratic organ!.! Ion Is In the fist of the niouey
power. Dut In Ohio where the- Democracy have
made and fought thee issues from flr-ttoU-t:
aye and In almost eve; Stute .'mm Pciinylvju!a
southward to the l.til.'and wc-tward to the Pacific,
where the Democracy stands firm and prac, icily
united ujion them I think there I neither worn
nor occasion for any new party to represent the
peojile agaili"t the money power.
Tle se remarks apply with equal force to
Illinois, and our National friends hhould
ponder over them.
The Memphis Avalanche of the nth in
commenting on the scourge, makes this
important statement: '-It is gratifying to
Dote the success of elforts to keep the fever
under control in New Orleans, fuse now
yield readily to treatment as shown by the
small proKrtion of deaths, and the reports
show little if any eases developed daily.
Vigilance and thorough disinfection have
wrought wonders: hut in New Orleans as in
Memphis a type of malignant malarial fever
common to most Southern communities
prevails, which even experienced phyieans
mistake for yellow fever, if the existence of
the litter malady he known."
Ik Col. Hays will play Sankey to Shoo
Ely's Moody and give an exhibition in
Cairo, we will guarantee to pack a ten-acre
lot as c!oey with human beings as sardines
are packed ill their tin receptacles. Such
;t show would ind'.-cd be u feast of reason
and a flow of mehsly. These twins; of ora
tory und song are worth their weight in
"flat" money to the great moral work in
which they have their hearts. Could not
our brothers of the lteform Club perfect
this arrangement, and give to the commun
ity a chance to trow on what would lie, in
th'j language of the circus bills, "the great
est aggregation of living wonders on the
Iris stated that Horatio Seymour docs
not accept the theory that tlie immediate,
only, und imperative duty of the Democrat
ic party is M a-si-t in forcing resumption,
lie holds that a primary duty of the pally
is to re-entablish constitutional (Joveimuetit
and replace the Slates In their ktitininte
relations to the renlrnl oxoTrtottl. This
venr-rilbln Uleains.n fcr douR believes that
conro an I tli it. ivfily "MM renew the devo
tion of the hum rtf he people to the party
and thus make A "afe foundation for our
credit. If Mr, Seymour holds views on fi
nancial and other important questions in
any respect different from those of the New
York Democracy it is to be regretted that
lie has not made them known in an author-
utive manner long since. His nanm justly
carries great weight wherever Democrats
Tub almighty Mr. (ialusuu A. (.row is
one of the few highly-gifted persons whom
Heaven him permitted to know exactly what
would have h en. Says (j. A. 0., from the
bottom of his talented throat: "In this
night of national disaster had the councils
und itolicy of the Deinocntii: party pre
vailed as expressed in ltd conventions, In Its
lending organ, by Its votes in Congress, and
State LcgiilntureM, the sun of our llrst cen
taury of existence would have set upon a
severed t'nion, with threu thousand luiles of
hostile frontier lined with IVewniug brfntle.
mnntsiind bristling catmoiv thus entailing
upon coining generations thefmintless woes
of endless Imrder conflicts. Fur it the,pt-o-plo
In tw-een the Uulf umllhc titU-MTOtibl
not live together iu pence mm one ditltlmi
they certainly could not a.- two. The last
gnat cxicriment of free elective govern
ment among men would then have been
tried, and tho Goddess of Liberty, heaving
her last sigh, might then have winged her
way back from earth to Heaven, and the
down-trodden of the world could have hug
ged their chains as the only legacy they
could bequeath to their children."
I.NKoioiATio.N, of a seiui-ollicial character,
received in this city, reveals the fact thut the
St. Louis authorities have become alarmed
and are reconsidering their determination to
withhold aid for the erection of a quaran
tine hospital near this city. When the prop
osition was first submitted to Mayor Over
stolz that dignitary dismissed it with an
inditlerence bordering upon contempt.
Since the outbreak nt Memphis, St. Louis
has awakened to n sense of her real posi
tion nnd of the dangers which threaten
her. Heretofore our quarantine physi
cian has Wen Inspecting all trains and
Units arriving at this city, and this action
has been of js much inqioitance
to points above us as to ourselves. It has
been their greatest safeguard. Hut in view
of our amended quarantine regulations that
forbid I Mints to land or trains to stop and
which prohibit the ingress of persons or
freight from infected districts, this in
spection duty of the quarantine physician
litis become unnecessary, ami the intimation
from St. Louis that she would now assist
iu the luaiiitaiuaiice of an hospital below here
Comes too late. Our people are at present
opposed to the hospital scheme. He-flection
has led them to the conclusion that it would
be unsafe, while we an.- free from the scourge,
to take cases from boats and trains and
confine them any where in this icinity.
We have resolved to trust to our rigid quar
antine mid sanitary regulations. If they
are vigilantly executed we shall have done
everything that lies in our power to keep
the pestilence from our Moors. It will Im
soon enough to revive the question of an
hospital when the necessity for it arises.
At present we have no need of it, and every
indication is that we shall have none. We ad
mit that this is tho-inain gate through which
the disease would have to pass to reach St.
Louis, hut our financial burdens now are as
much as we can bear, and we tire in no o
sition to contribute to the erection or inain
taiuance of such an hopital as St. Iyoii:
now sees would have pretty etl't tually pn
tected her from the approach of the disease-Ib-r
mayor, not over ten days ago, siis rcili-ou-ly
refused to give aid to the project
she is now anxious to have carried out. We
hope fur the sake of the people of St. Louis
that Over-tolz' action will lead to no seri
It distresses us U-yond cxpre-sioii to have
to announce, in the line of our duty, that
there is trouble brewing among the gentle,
men who compose the Iwiard of health. The
communication signed "Citizen," in another
part of the Jiulletin.Mlgge.ts the cau-e of it.
The steainlioat I'arker. from the infn-ted
city of Memphis w us allowed by his honor
tin- mayor, to laud at our w harf aud put oil
freight an 1 pa-etigers again-t the prut st of
ty'.raiitinc Physician Dunning. This trill
ing im-idi-nt ha knocked into smithereens
that beautiful harmony and mutual admi
ration which had up to this lamented oc
clilrcnec characterized the official relations
of the gentlemen of the loard. It is quite
true that there had been differences of
opinion; but those differences always found
expression in phraseology in which offense
was studiously avoided, and in a bearing
that would havu reflected credit iiin a
courtier, For in-tuncc, at one of the meet
ing of the board the propriety of draining
a pond was being dieu.-ed. The medical
adviser of the bodr suggested that it would
be unwise to undertake the work jtist at
this time and in support of Ida position
urged some strong scientific reasons. Mr.
Suiiimorwell, the health ol!'.cer,delilieiately
raised his dexter and middle linger to his
nose and brushing uwny an impertinent fly
that had momentarily sought to ease
ibself there, courteously remarked
thftt fifteen years' experience had led him to
the belief that draining smds would pro
mote health, and it did not make much
difference when the work was done, His
honor the mayor thought that the position
taken by his health Hubordiuate antagon
ized seieiK e.aml said his fifteen years' experi
ence ugsi list well constructed theories did
not amount to a "fiddler's d n," Tilts of
this light and spicy character were frequent,
but the altitude of the goose was never for
a moment disturbed, or tho high opinion
w hich each entertained of the other Hiill'ered
to abate one jot or little, In view of these
fin -Is, the misunderstanding which has
arisen in the board Is Invested with ad
ditional sadness, not so much because wu
fear public ditticH will sutler, for we know
the gentlemen too well to suppose that any
thing would be p'-riuitiod to stand between
them and tln-ir coimiituciiN, but because it
robs the proceedings of the board uf
those features which marked It us a model
deliberate Imdy. It will, we fear, serve no
good purKMt to the youth of ..'alio, who
look to the leaders ot human thought and
action for that self-poise and command
which lift them above the petty strifes of
common mortals. Hut we hope for the best.
A short time will wear off the rough edges
of the quarrel, and tho pleasure which the
gentlemen themselves will derive from ii
"kiss and make up," will partially atone
for a season of lacerated feelings; while an
ove-joyed nubile will lift their heads aud
weep with joy at a sK-ctacle of peace and
fraternization so exalted.
She was tall, scientific, and stately;
With tlie air of the (irecluu upon her;
A student they told me hut lately
At Vassar, where, covered with honor:
Aud partially covered with satin,
She spoke ut commencement Iu Latlu.
I.Ike one of Minerva' nwu creatures,
With the oil of much learning anointed,
Her speeches resembles her f aturcs,
Kor both were decidedly pointed;
And her tongue ran along Iu a glib tuno
While fauiilug herself with the "Tribune."
They told her I wrote for the papers,
And she deigned to receive me w ith favor,
Observing she worshipped the shapcrs
(If public opinion, which gave her
Tlie chance to express herself freely
On llrvant aud Deuuctt andCreeley.
I dote on the Tribune. " she added ;
-have you read Ibis leader on --IllusLingl"
Well .yes, aud I thought it a padded
And wihwashy column of gushing;
And not Indirectly I hinted,
s-uch rubbish should never be printed.
I was perhaps somewhat etnphutle,
Dut how thull I plunrv my wonder
At hearing thin maiden crralli!
Hoick furth in rnYiuluatu thunder:
"Your taste is peeuliur. I see, sir,
That leader was written by me, lr,"
Till: EASTEItX (QUESTION.
AS Al sTUIAN DEKK.iT.
I.iiV.kin. August K. Constantinople ad
icis s.iy that (i' licni! Sapari's division of
the Au-ttian army of occupation wasde
fealeci n, -hi- Tula. August 11, aft t a battle
wbi.li lasted I.' hours.
.UiMllt.U. ll'iliMSY OiaiKKEI) TO WlTIIDIIAW.
It i-, stated in well informed circles that
Admiral Hornby has Im-cii ordered by tele
graph that as soon as the embarkation of
tin-Kits-ian imperial guard has Is-en com
pleted he shall withdraw his British licet
from Prince's I-hmd in the sea of Marmora
to ;a!liH!i : but not return to the Mediter
ranean until tie- Kuiiiu have retired north
of Cliatalja and the Turks are hi urely in
Hisession of those works. Ho will then
leave a sufficient nmnlier of ships at
ii.illijMili and in the gulf ot San r to main
tain the inviolability id' tie- pcnhi-tila until
all Kui.ins are beyond Adriauuph: or across
tin- II. ilk. tns.
CYPllI s Tii'IU S.
A eorre-pondent nt I.arnacu. Cyprus, says
one-fourth of the white tri"ps and two
thirds of the dtors were stricken with
fever. The diseuv, however, is Hut fatal.
KIM. K.I) UtMsKI.K.
Colonel l'.uestaid, a well known niiiit.iry
author, killed himself at Zurich, Switzer
Several thotisind iuuige)ts have as
sembled at Jijelina and Ifc-cks. Several
thoii-aiid Aninilts occupy the detile leading
to the N'ovi-IIaZ.ar District. It is reported
from IWh that a company of engineers
was attacked near Ljubing-: Tuesday and
only thirty escaped.
l.SAUf.ift VIE PLANS.
London. Augu-t 11 -A Vienna dispatch
say-: It is now recognized that the ar-laiigeini-nts
for Au.-trian occupation of the
Turkish provinces were inadequate and new
plans have been resolved II1m.ii.
THE sl.liVI.W l.uVEKNMKNr
regard", with anxiety, the naeing attitude
of Albanian chiefs at I'li-xi nd,
VAKNA IS ( I l-ll. I).
Ill ( H U!IT, August !.". The I'.!i.--iatis
occupied Yam;, on the loth of Augu-t.
The garrison is to consist of lu.wo, m.-n
with ) guns.
A THE A TV TO HE SloM I),
Vienna, Augu-t IS, The lV- fays a
treaty will be signed at SvruJeVO by Oener
al l'hillipovitcb und Mehemet Ali'l'asha.
THE ASIATIC M HEME.
Hr. I'ETEiisiii o, Aug. 1". The Ag-nce
Husse says,: Statements iu regard to a
Hils-iaH expedition to Central Asia relate to
occurences belonging to tie- time when
England was preparing fur war with Itus
nia. Orders for Ktlssiail preparation- have
since bei n countermanded.
l.uNixis. August li. A Ivices fiuin l'aris
and I'e liill Speak of some excitement ill
bolh of these cities, caused by 1'iiiicc I'is
inurck's crempt(iry messages to the Sultan
and in political and financial circles the
news of the nic-Hgo has created suins agi
tation. It I-' h -Id lu re that under all the
circumstance and consider ng the
intimate relations which now' rxist
between England ami Turkey, that
this ti'-aty, if ncces-'nry nt nil, should have
come from Knglnud. It is claimed also
that Turkey lias moved in the matter w ith as
much : -b-t ity us possible, ami that the
porte is not responsible for the resistance
otl'ered to Austria iu lonin, uor I'm tie- de
lays elsi where. Tle re is a report that the
porte has requested Mr. Layai'd to ask the
English government to riinoiistrati- with
Germany against the tone of JVinec !is
lii a i k 's dispatch and the threats contained
San Francisco l'ost: 'Ish ter Seheneral
around;' Hsked an excited Israelite as the
United States troops passed th.loiigh Siatkll
last week, in pursuit of the fleeing Kan
nocks, 'Well, my man, said Howard, reigning iu
his horse, 'what is it! Speak quick.'
'I am a rooin man, Seheneral. Dein curs
ed redskins, dej- murder my boy, Shaeob,
about life mile from here, utnl steal a dozen
pair of pants he was peildliu' new pants,
so licllup me krucioiis right out of my
"Sorry for your loss, my man, but haven't
time to'talk about it now, If we catch up
w ith these demons we'll stop their deviltries
for good and for all."
'Yes. I know, Seheneral, I know," eagerly
whiskered tic bereaved ready made mer
chant, hanging despeately lu the olliecr'n
stitmp, "Dot's all right ; 'but veil you conic
up mid doze Indians vot got doze new pants
on, fir krntioiis sake, Schsiierat, tole de sol
diers o shoot high."
HOI.MAS-S Livm taik
Ohio Levee and
MtY (.oiihs nc,
The largest wholesale and rctiiil lu-y
(ioiKlsaml Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new floods daily and are
oHi-ring great bargains in the most hand
some liiics of CAKI'ETS, OIL CI.OTILS
and MATTIMiS; Si Iks', Cashmeres, LoU.
rcttei, and a great many other new
-tyb-.s of !re (ioiaN. Fans, Etc.; in
fact iu every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the jmblic
to call ami see their stock.
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