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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial avc., Cairo, 111.
HANCOCK AND ENGLISH
Barbecue and Pole Raising
Aleiander County, on
Thursday August 12th, 1800.
Every Democrat In tho District l cordially In
Titcd to bo present and help to hoist tho Huucock
flag in Commercial Point.
Dinner Free to Everybody.
Eminent and eloqnent speakers will be present
to deliver speeches to the Democratic hosts. The
affair will be under the direction of J. II. Mulcahy
and other leading Democrats of that (ectlon.
Grand Torchlight Procession
at CAIRO on
Friday Night, August 13th,
Tho meeting will be addressed b)
Hon. William Hartzell, Hon. John H.
Obcrly, Hon. 11. C Crawford,
Jlou. D. T. Linegiii'.
The friends of the Coniitltutionand thel'nlon
the frleud of a free ballot aud a lair count are
requested to Join lu the procession, The support
er of ta Hero of (tettysbiirij the young, the old,
and the middle aged-are requeued to fail into Hue
with a torch.
By order of tho. Democratic Congressional Com
mittee, WILLIAM II. (iREEN.
August 8th, 1640.
LOCAL WEATIIEK REPORT.
Siomai Ornr, i
Cairo, 111.. August 10, Its), f
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
7 " 29.WI
X0 " 8 mi
p. m., 29. 90
Maximum Temperature. Si i Minimum Tem
perature. 719; luinfall CUM Inches.
Klver llTeet 10 Inches. Fall t inches
W. H. KAY.
Sere't Signal Corns. U. b. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, five ceuts per line, cicb
Just received at The Bulletin office a
stock of paper especially for "ilektograph
Mr. Fred Koehler opened his meat
market on tho comer of Nineteenth and
Poplar Saturday last aud displayed an im
mense quantity of the choicest meats of all
kinds. Having furnished our citizens with
meats as far back as the memory of man
reaches, he is acquainted with the their
needs and wishes ami has made a practice
of catering to their wants. He buys only
tho best and healthiest stock m large num
ber and therefore his patrons are assured,
rhcn purchasing trom him, that they re
ceive the most wholesome meats at reason
Able rate. The place, corner of Nine
teenth and Poplar, Bhould not be forgotten.
TO THE SICK.
To the invalid public everywhete, whose
means will admit of their securing treat
ment with the Electro Vapor aud medicat
ed baths, we beg leavo to bid them hope !
There ia no time to wusto iu despondency 1
Health is again within your reach! If drug
treatment has failed to benefit you try
omething else. Thousands have gone to
Hot Springs Arkausas, with the most dis
tressing maladies aud returned cured. Our
system of treatment is positively an im-
Iirovement upon those springs because we
iave all their medical advantages, with the
addition of electricity. which
every Intelligent . physician now
concedes to be a powcrlul curative
agent in the hands of Science, we here ad
ministered hundreds of these baths iu every
form of diseuso acuto and chronic to all
, ages and both sexes. And we unhesita
tingly affirm that.thcreis no single or com
bined remedy that has come within the
range of our knowledge during an cxten-
; live practice of over twenty -five years stand
ing which carries such speedy and complete
- relief to suffering humanity as do these
baths where judiciounly administered.
: Bathing hours from eight to eleven A. M.
, from one to five, and from seven to fight P.
M. Office of Dr. Wm. H. Marcan, No. 140
Commercial avenue between Eighth aud
and variety of boots ami
C. Koch's. Commercial avenue
shoe store, between Fifth and Sixth streets.
We have just received ami now oil hand tho
inmost stork of the best St. Louis ami Cin
cinnati custom made goods ever brought to
this city, all styles and 6i7.es in men, wo
men and children's shoes. Having recently
refitted and enlarged our store more con
veniently we now carry the largest stock of
hand made work in the city at tho lowest
possible prices. Our motto is large sales
and small profits. Also always on hand a
complete stock ot leather aud findings at
tho lowest prices. Call around when in
need of anv goods in our line for bargains
Wm, Davidson, Eighth street, is agent
tor Wm. L. Perkins & Co's celebrated Mar
bleizcd Mantle and Orates. They are ele
gant. MERCHANT TAILORING.
Al. Antrim bas opened a tailoring and
general repairing establishment where
scouring, cleaning and renovating clothing,
will be done on short notice, lie will carry
a full line of piece goods, and manufacture
suits to order, guaranteeing satisfaction.
Shop in Alba's new building on Commer
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared tb turnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
uiaae by an experienced artist au uauuui
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Hagiitn anu i,evee,
will receive prompt attention, n ill oe lur
nished at 1.23 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Robert Hewett,
QUICK AND RELIABLE.
Go to Joseph L. Bakers, shop commer-
cial avenue, below Oth street, if you want
carriage and wagon work of the best mate
rial, good workmanship and done on short
notice with quick dispatch.
One hundred thousand pounds Concord
grapes for sale, by the pound at Peter
Saup's saloon, on the Levee below Sixth
street. They arrive daily direct from his
tarm at Caledonia.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Joseph L. Baker is prepared to receive
nivWs fnr nil lcindn ot carnages, murines
wagons etc., and guarantees satisfaction in
all cases. Shop commercial avenue below
PLENTY OF ICE.
Mv ice houses are full ot the best of ice,
an abundant simply for all the summer
months: so that mv customers may be sure
tln'lr nrdora will alwavs be filled. Leave
orders at office next to Bristol's grocery.
to learn the barber's trade; must be from
13 to 10 years of age. For particulars ap
ply at Tue Bclleti.v counting room.
THE BOSs PUMP
13 the best cistern pump ever used. It
purifies the water, carrying several gallons
of air to the bottom of the cistern at every
turn of the crank, cannot get ut of order,
is noiseless and cheap. Hundreds of them
are in use and in no case would the pur
chasers do without them. Send tor price
list or call and examine them, at our lum
office. Lancaster & Rice, Agents.
All members and those desiring to join
us are requested to meet promptly Thurs
day evening at half past seven o'clock, for
the purpose of electing permanent officers
and naming the fire engine. By order of
Ernest B. Pettit,
Sec'y of Fifth ward fire company.
There will be a regular meeting of the
Sweepers at Kleb's hall, on Commercial
avenue, next to council chamber, to night.
Business of importance will come before
the meeting. A full attendance is request
ed. Jas. F. Miller, President,
John Towers, Secretary.
RANGE FOR SALE.
A twelve foot second hand range in two
sections of six feet each. Apply to or ad
dress Superintendent Illinois Southern
Hospital for Insane, Anna, Illinois.
BRICK LAYERS WAN 'I ED.
Five brick layers are wanted at Carbondale
stead work, and bfst wages paid for good
hands, enquire ot James A. bcutLOiK car
A good girl to do general housework to
ito to Charleston, Mo. Apply at this ofliec
or Stratton & Bird's, 57 Ohio levee. White
girl preferred. Taylor Clarkson.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in thee columns, ten ctnts ler Hue
each insertion. Marked
Read special local column for "ad." of
bricklayers wanted. Also girl to go to
See notice of meeting of the Sweepers
in another column. Business of import
nnco will be transacted. A full turn out i
Note change in "ad" of electro vapor
baths. Tlieso baths aro a grand success)
and are proving a blessing to ailing hu
manity. The Fourth Ward club telegraphed for
their suits yesterday, and will have them in
time to appear in uniform in the grand pro
cession Friday night.
The through sleeper from Cairo to Cinciu
na'.i via Illinois Central and Ohio and Mis
sissippi Uailroad.wu aro Informed,! success
full beyond tho anticipation of the Jdnes
Mr. C. C. Mason informs us that the
St. Louis Short line was only delayed one
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1880.
:lav in tho transaction of business by the
imruing 01 meir ui-'i,""
Thero is to bo a farmer's picnic near a card would not only bring him a good ro
Villa Rid-e and also a grand frco barbecue turn, but each paper, being well Mrt h
Vina iuu0i auu nmv b lom0 advertisements, would speuk well for
(ind llancocK ami r.uKuu iu i'a
speech making and tho ctcaetra at Commer-
cial Point to-morrow.
-Tho iucoming 4 o'clock passenger tram
on the Illinois Central railroad yesterday
r. i..in.,n.i m ntflfWn minutM
altera wii w as to ""
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at the Sixth street crossing, oy a oouer sup-
ping from a wagon on which it was loadoJ
therein- obstructing tho track.
Tf c,.mnm,is of chills or luuu-
-u,uuU....j.f. -- v What make o better showing tor tho btisi
dice, or bilious complaints ot nny kimi, go , . .. . resl)L,ct;ve towu3 than
to Geo. O'llara and buy a Forbes' Liver
P-ul No 1 It is a sure cure if worn accord-
ing to directions. Ask tor rorues ran
The Archery meeting on Monday eve
ning had a tair attendance. The score was
a little better, showing that the shootists
were slowly improving by practice. Atter
the practice waivcr.a business meeting was
held ana tne loiiowing lauies auu geuw-
men were elected members oi me ciuo.
Miss Fannie Barclay,
Miss Daisy Robbins,
Mr. Geo. S. Fisher,
Mr. Chos. P. Boll,
Mr. Harry Hughes,
Another meeting will be held at
usual place to-morrow evening.
A young man from Vienna, apparent
ly ignorant of city life as a wild Zulu, came
to Cairo Monday with the avowed purpose
of a "hMi-old-tiuie." After seeing all that
was moral, his appetite was sharp tor the
opposite. The last den of vice that he
visited, was the notorious brick on the cor-
nerof Fifth street and Commercial. There
ho became infatuated with two inmates, so
much so that he paid for their photographs,
also for their driuks and the story winds
up in the old way. They all became
drunk. lie fouml himself the next morn-
ing in one of the rooms of the house, minus
$30.00, a watch, revolver and accordeon.
He reported the above to the police, but
so far no clue has been found leading to
the detection of the thief who relieved him
of his money and valuables.
Tho rain ot yesterday was delightful
laying the dust and completely changing it
to mud to be churned into mortar by pass-
ing animals and vehicles. It cooled the air
but not the temper of Bob, the driver of
Klein's butcher wagon, nor of John, the
manipulator of the reins that guide Kluge's
nnnit'g in the wav thev should co. Bob is a
dusky son of Ham, and John came from
over the Rhine. We do not know how or
where their trouble commenced, but their
wordy war lasUd until they arrived on
Tenth street, near Cedar, where it culmi
nated with Bob in the gutter and John sit
ting on him "just wearing him out," as a
bystander expressed it. It all enued with
Bob promising John that the little amuse
ment should cost him fifty dollars. Chap-
ter second may be looked for in the police
court notes to morrow.
Cairo is about to have a Union depot
for three or four railroads built in the rear
ot the St. Charles hotel on the site of the
old United States sanitary commission or
soldier's home. How arc the passengers,
strangers, and all others to come into town?
They must walk in counting the cars as
tney come or arive inrougn a narrow ,
part of the railroad strip. That is the pres
ent prospect, and a very poor one for mak
ing a favorable impression ot the city on
visitors. The levee is covered with rail
road tracks from Second to Fourth street;
Comercial avenue will be in the same condi
tion ; Second street has a railroad track on
its full length. There is but one remedy
and we here suggest it : make a broad
street of the "railroad strip" from Fourth
street to its terminus. Will the city coun
cil do this and in so doing do, we believe,
a wise thing? We trust so.
Some ot the young men ot the Roost
rs say the object of their organizing a club
separate from tlte "Central club" was that
they might learn the minor military tactics
and practice for parade. They claim they
first agreed that no one should be received
as a member who was under 21 or over U0
years of age. However, on the evening of
the organization, they say, by some means
unknown to them, a gentleman 34 years 11
months, 3 weeks and 0 days old, was ap
pointed on the committee on permanent or
ganizatioii, and in the report of tho com
mittee tho figures 30 were raised to 33;
furthermore the report provided that hon
orary members, with all the privileges of
regular members, could be elected, no mat
ter of what age, by the club. A half dozen
were elected on the first night and so it
continued, every meeting until there aro
now thirty or more honorary members on
the roll, lliese Honorary uiemoers being
too old to Ijo auiiuttoil to anil meetings
or study of the taotics, will nevertheless
join ia a parade where they are ignorant ot
tho captains order. I His consequently
puts a damper upon Capt. Barclay and his
following item, which al though not by any routine, iho principal being ordering pay
means news, gives a cluar view of the case meQt of the bills against the city,
as it stands in tho eyes of strangers. On recomendation of the committee on
We reproduce it here for the benefit of those
most interested The' merchants and busi-
ness men thcmsleves!
In comma hero wo did so wlih tho
idea that Cairo was large enough to sup
port three papers. We still think bo, yet
we must say that tho business men of tho
place do not seem to appreciate the valuo
tho papers aro to tho city. Efcry business,
tftk(J ft p or 3 car(1 cacu
month, at least in one of tho papers. Such
tho pliM.Bi Wnat Granger is thero who
w - .iero to take up any one of tho papers (or
all threo of them) would suspicion that
thero was tho business done here that thero
reftuy ig? Would anyone forj a moment
think that thero was an immense wholesale
business dono here. . that tho
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n net! contained ft noirtlntion of
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forcluost ot-t10 smaller cities in the United
States, by glancing at its papers? There
are but few of tho county seat papers but
woujj a 0f tho city papers of Cairo if
taken together, .Not only in our own in
terests do we write this, but in the interests
of tho city, as also of the other papers here.
Mr. J. B. Reed went to Charleston,
Col j c wilhs, of Metropolis, was in
tllQ city yCgterjav
sirs. M. P. Fulton returned home Sun-
day last from a protracted
visit to bt.
Louis and Alton.
Mrs. N. B. Tliistlewood und son are at
Mattoon visiting friends. They will be
absent several weeks.
Mrs. Carmichael left the city yesterday
for St. Louis, where she will spend the bal
ance of the summer and the fall.
Alderman Ilowley is just recovering
from a severe attact of bilious fever, with
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which ne nas ueen continue w m u.m ,v,
Rev. Benj. Y. George will return this
week, and will occupy the pulpit ot the
Presbyterian church next Sabbath, both
morning and evening,
The 20njHj countenance of everybody's
ofJ trienji jom Whitlock, once of Cairo,
now of Tjinviile, greeted us on the street
ve,t..r...v. We are dad to chronicle the
fact yiat -pom ;s happy and prospering in
tae ,iry H00j3 business in his new home.
Chas. Stuart, the Eighth street dry
goods merchant, will leave on next Sunday
tor the east, via Chicago. He will spend a
few days with his parents in Rockford, Ills.,
tilke -m ti,0 iass Templar show in Chi
anJ buy au immL.DSft stock of dry
g00j3 aQll not;ong for t,e fau trade before
cock and English Roosters arrived on Sun
day. He is stopping at the residence of
the club's secretary, Will Perce, whose
favorite song is now, "Oh its nice to be
a lather," etc. The aforesaid recruit rais
ed a loud "hurrah" the moment he found
what party he belonged to, but further than
that he is not expected to take a very active
part in the present campaign and will de
posite his first ballot in the year 1901.
I'OLICE MAO IS
Jesse Duncan became convivial, and
was taken in by Officer Dunker. He too
coutributed his mite toward the city's reve
Carolina Wilson, arrested by Officers
tin.n anii t aii., i,.a(i o-uiltv of being
(3runk an,i wa3 fined one dollar and costs,
jaj four (aySi
t ?iUrn,tt arrest,(l bv Police.
man Schuckers, admitted to being an in
mate of a house of ill-fame, and was sent
to jail thirteen days
-T. B. Brough, arrested by Officer Ho
Kan, plead guilty of having imbibed too
freely of spirituous and malt liquors, and
received the usual fine. Fine and costs,
$4 43. Paid.
Wm. Dorer, a gentleman of color, ar
rested by Officers Schuckers and Lally for
beating his wife, made oath lie could uot
receive a fair trial in Magistrate Olmsted's
court, took a change of venue to Squire
Comings, where lie plead guilty and was
fined five dollars.
-Susan Thompson, for improper be
havior on the streets, was arrested by Of
ficer Schuckers and brought into court,
wher she plead guilty aud received the
very moderate fine of five dollars. Being
unable to pay, she went to the city jail for
John Oxshirc and Mattio Hardin had a
slight unpleasantness on the levee yester
day evening. John got a terrible tongue
lashing from Mattie, and Mattie got a
thrashing from John, and both of them got
twelve days in Jail from Magistrate Olm-
sted plenty of time in which to cool off
and sober up both arrests by Police
The city council meet in tegular session
hist night. His honor the mayor in the
clm;ri T,ro W(jre jUt t,vou ubsenters,
Alderman Ilowley was unable to attend on
account f sickness, Alderman Liuegar was
out 0f tho city no report from Alderman
gaupi T1C 111(,mi)Prs presided were Blake,
in,,!,!.. Hullhlnv. IVttir. Swoboda. Patier
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and Smith. The business was nearly all
claims the contract for furnishiug tho city
with lumber for tho ensuing year was
awarded to J. S. McGahey.
Tho council granted the prayer of tho
petitioners, and ordered a sidewalk to bo
' built on tho north side ot T welfth street be
tweco Washington and Walnut, the samo
bo paid for by special assessments on tho
property benefitted by it.
Tho claims committee also reported upon
tho bids for tho city printing, recommend
ing that the contract bo awarded to tho
Cairo Bulletin, at flOO per month. Alder
man Patier moved that tho report of tho
committee be not concurred in, and that
tho clerk bo instructed to advertise for new
bids, as ho understood that the work would
bo dono cheaper. The motion was lost.
Alderman Pettit moved that the report
of the committee bo received and the con
tract awurded to Til e Bulletin. The ayts
and nays being called, tho vote stood:
Ayes, Blake, Ilinkle, Smith, Halliday. Pet
tit, 5. Nays, Swoboda, Tatier, 2. As the
motion carried with it an appropriation to
pay out money it required a majority of the
couucil to carry, and of course was lost.
The matter rests in the hands of the com
mittee to be called up at a future meeting.
A number of other resolutions wero in
troduced but no important business trans
acted the couucil adjourning at an early
Newspaper advertising is now recog
nized, by business men having faith in their
own wares, as tho most effective means for
securing for their goods a wide recognition
of their merits.
Newspaper advertising compels inquiry.
and, when the article offered is of pood
quality and at a fair price, the natural re
sult is increased sales.
Newspaper advertising is a permanent
addition to the reputation of the goods ad
vertised, because it is a petinanent intluenct
always a,t work in their interest.
Newspaper advertising is the most ener
getic and vigilant of salesmen, addressing
thousands each day, always in the adver
tiser's interest, and ceaselessly at work seek
ing customers from all classes.
Newspaper advertising promotes trade,
for even in the dullest times advertisers se
cure by tar the largest share of what is be
ing dune. "
While the advertiser eats and sleeps
printers, steam engines ana printing presses
are at work for him, trains are bearing his
words to thousands of tuwns and hundreds
of thousands ot readers, all glancing with
more or less interest at the message pre
pared for them in the solitude of his office,
No preacher ever spoke to so large an audi-
ence, or with so little etlort, or so eloquent-
ly, as you, gentle reader, may do, with the
newspaper man's assistance.
A CLEAN CITY.
A New Orleans correspondent, writing to
the Louisville Courier-Journal, under date
nf last Fridav. remarks : New Orleans is
to-day the cleanest aud healthiest city in
Anierica. The gutters are flushed every
day with fresh river water, and are filled
with streams of pure running water. There
is visible no green vegetable fungi, no
scum, no stagnation, no offensive etlluvia, or
miasmatic exhalations. All excrement!-
tious matter is daily dumped into the Miss
issippi river from steamers that convey it
far below the citv. It is cooler
to-day than in cities in the lati-
tude of Louisville and Cincinnati, the
thcrmometer indicating the maximum
at ninty-one degrees at tho hottest period
this summer. I hazard nothing in saying
that New Orleans isthe cleanest and health
iest city m America, xou can sec at a
glance that the people are not alarmed nor
agitated with the expectation of au epidem
ic this season. The wholesale trade is bet
ter than it has been at any time since the
war during mid-summer. The shipment of
grain continues unabated, and finds no dif
I saw to-day one of the
floating elevators at work. It was a tall
black, conical tower, propelled by steam.
She approached a heavy laden barge and
towed it along an immense ocean
steamer that had rested high up out of the
water, showing that she was empty and
waiting to be filled with her cargo. Very
soon the black conical monitor commenced
her work, and then a low hissing sound
was heard, and a stream of grain began to
pour through a long line of hose, and de
scended, into the hold of the ship, first
making a paraboh from the low rakish
looking bark to the turret, and then flow
ing directly down into the ocean transport.
Tho work is rapid and effectual, and even
while looking on you could imagine that
tho water liue of tho ship was lowering, and
that of the barge was rising, so quick and
powerful is the action of these floating el
It is generally believed that the Mc
Gregors are not the Binders after all.
John Kuykendum, at .Mount Vernon,
Ind., committed suicide by shooting him
self through the head with a pistol.
Jams I'lielos, a young man living near
Springfield. Muss., shot his mistress dead
and then shot himself, inflicting wounds
from which he cannot recover.
Alphonzo Klock shot Jesse Holden of
Herkimer, New York, dead last night
Holden was having improper relations
with K lock's sister when the deed wivs
Monday evening, Soars L. White of Deck
nr township, aged fifteen, while bathing in
White river with two companions was strick
en with cramp and sank beneath the wa
ter and was drowned.
Oou. Parsons and Hon. John H. Obcrly
returned to Sprtugiteld, Monday, from
to I extended campaigning tour throughout
state. They report Democratic prospects
in Illinois In u most satisfactory condition.
Tho engine of a threshing machine cm
the farm of Ellas McCaun, near St. Paul,
exploded its boiler Monday afternoon, kill
ing tho foreman and two men and wound
ing six or seven others, some of them se
riously. Tho extensive rolling-mill at Greenville,
Pu., owned by Kimberly, Carnes & Co. of
Shuron, burned at a lute hour Monday
night. Loss estimated at f 100,000; insur
ance $23,000. About 150 workmen aro
throwu out of employment.
At Newburg, Preston county, Virginia
Mrs. Halbritter and Miss Halbritter wero
walking on the railroad when the fast
liue came along struck both of them kill
ing,Mrs. Halbritter instantly and inflicting
injuries upon Miss Halbritter fioui which
she died in a few hours.
Milo A. Bnynton, a lawyer of Grand
Haven, Mich., was arrested Monday in
New York while trying to dispose of two
bonds which were stolen in tho south
during the war. He claims ho received
them from a widow lady for professsoual
Henry Schuler, representative of Noah
Mitchell, New York, went to Utica Friday
with a stock of diamonds. He left the ho
tel at f;ur Sunday afternoon, returning at
eleven in the evening. Monday morning
he discovered that he had been robbed of
diamonds valued at $13,000.
Mr. F. W Jones, who for several years
has been assistant manager of the Western
Union Telegraph office in Chicago, has been
called to the general office of that company
in New York to assume the position of
"manager of circuits," a position created for
The inside workings of Keclty Run colli
ery, Sheuandoah, were discovered to be on
fire Monday morning. All workings were
filled with smoke, but mules and other
loose property were rescued. The fire is a
seriouioue. The mine cannot lie flooded,
and how to extinguish the flames is the
question puzzling the engineers.
Thomas Becket at Jacksonville. Ills., at
tempted to kill his wife by shooting her.
The ball missed its mark, when the man
fired at his brother-in-law, Brown, who in-
a slight wound in hu
arm. Becket then fled to the woods out-
side the city, but was followed by officer",
wlio SUCCevlea in capiunng irnu a:ier
wounding him in three places, some of the
wounds being considered dangerous.
New York, Aug. 9. Dr. Tanner con
tinues in good condition, ne pascu a
r.niet flight sleeiiint.' niost of the time. At
I . . . i . t .M -fl t
ven this morning ne ate ncariuj oi uuei-
steak and bread. At nine lie took two
boiled eggs and stewed potatoes, drinking
two ounces of light wine. At eleven he
swallowed a dozen raw oysters with crack
ers washed down with four ounces of milk.
He was weighed at noon, the scales indicat
ing l:J3;.j pounds. His pulse at that hour
was Uo ana temperature iov.
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Officers and employes of the government
need have no further fear that their places
will be endangered if they mix up in poli-
tics. Instead of issuing a general order bu-
perseding civil service order No. 1. Mr.
Hayes has promulgated the news in a more
delicate manner. To-day Deputy-Collector
Spilzer of Rxhmoua was reinsiaieu. tie
was suspended some time ago by Collector
Mills for violating civil service orders. His
management of primary and political meet
ings was superior to the ability with wtncii
he discharged his official duties. Last
evening Mr. Spitzer was notified by the
treasury department to resume his duties.
TCJ.U. ROCK AM) KYE.
A NOW Compound, Scientifically
prepared of Balsam Tnlu. Crystal toed Rock
Canity, Old Rye Whisky nu
Formula is known to our m'st physicians. U highly
commended by them. niM the Analysis of one oi our
most prominent cliemisis. rrm. .. " v;
rhlcai'. is on the label of every liottle. t i
kiiHwn fact to the medical profession that I".1-1'.
HOi'K und l'.YK will afford the Kreatest reuei ior
Oinjjtm. (.'olds, Intliieuza, Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
Weak Ltimzs. n so Consumption, in the luciincn'
and advanced stages of that disease.
It can he used ns a Beverage and for an Appall-
y.cr. muninir an ctiecnve ionic lor ramuy use.
It, vou will find it, pleasant to take, of ttrcat service,
... ... , ..in. ... .1 ... i. ... Li.. U n.,,na
II weiiK or uemmaiiMi, ai" u uive ,-?ircuKiu, wt.v
and Activity to the whole hmiinu frame.
tfTTUt up in yumt size Uottles lor ramuy use.
Hole Agents f r the United States and Canadtts.
Also Importers of Fine Wines, Liquor and Ciifttrs,
IU .nati'son oireei. v. iiiluku,
Sold by Druuirtst und Dealers everywhere.
TpOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Ikon Wokks
n OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. IIXS. ,
John T. Hennie,
HAVIXotstabllshed hi works at the above men
tloned place is better prepared than ever for
mannfactnrluu Steam Kntfiues uu " '7 J'
HavluK n Steam Uammer and au i plo Too s, the
manufacture of all kinds of Macbiuury, Ri llroad,
Steamboat and Brldi Voynet made a specialty.
Especial astcutlon given i" -rcy-i"" y -- "
the pipe r ttiog in all its brantaea.