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TIIK DAILY OA IltO HUhLNTlN: THURSDAY MOUN1KO. JUNK 22. 12
Tin: DAILY BULLETIN.
Met: Bulletin Dulldtnfc. Washington Arnnae
ENTKKEU AT TIIK CAIIIO I'OHTOFKICE If Oil
TRANSMISSION TllllOWIIl TIIK MAILS AT BliC
O.N1) CUSS UAT'jiH.
OKlOiAL PAPKROK CITV AND COONTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nc.tiru" Hi i u tH cooimu, uitfiit cent pur llnu Tut
Urnt iid Ova renin pr line ".oh i.illm-iiieiit lner
linn. I'or uliu vrnek. .VI cents ir liuu. Fur imu
D onth, tin emits cr I i no.
If you want a good "'I'luro meal cull on
Charles Schocumyer. He lias also accom
modation lor a lew more tl ;iy boarders.
His table is known to be lirst-cl.ibd and
ICE! ICE! I
Out nf the tire, cor. of 8ih and Levcc, my
ice house and otiieo is at present i the
City Brewery, on Wellington avenue,
twecn 8th ami 9th streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly everyday.
Furnished Rooms lor Kent.
Several large furnished rooms for rent up
stairs iu Tun Bum.ktin building. Apply
to Mm. KnzitKKALD.
OLM3TEAD ii WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 20 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs,
All members of the Hibernian fire.com
pany are requested to meet at the company's
hall lo night to take action upon matters
relating to the fourth ot July celebration
and for general business.
D.J. Folicv, President.
C. C. Mason, Secretary. 1 1
Branch Ilutclicr Shop.
On Saturday morning wo will open a
branch butcher shop, on Eighth street, iu
the house lately occupied by Win. Win
ter'B grocery, where will bo kept at all times
for the city trade, choice cut meats of all
kinds, which will be delivered, free of
charge, to any part of the city.
Jesbu IIinklic & Son. 4t
Bought and Leased
I have bought the meat shop, stock and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Kouhlcr,
on the south side ol Eighth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
Ivoehler to attend to it. A lull assortment
of fresh meats will bo constantly kept on
hand and patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased Ihe
steam sausage factory of Koch lor Braliers
on Seventeenth strewt, and lill be
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of sausages of the bent duality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited and promptly tilled.
t r L-'II ARI.K9 GlU.llOlTliK.
200 Duxes Lemons
Eo route, consisting of the following va
. neties: Messina, l'ulermo.Carini, Catania,
and Verdelli, which I oiler to the city and
country trade at reasonable prices.
. S. E. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Calrnj June l'Jth, 1883.
w 174 WASHISOTON AVENl'K,
between 10th and llth-streeta, gives no
tice to the people ofC'airo and the public
in general, that he has established biinsell
lu business again, And is prepared to receive
orders for (J en tie iron's line Hoots and Shoes
of the best workni'irMjip mid material, lie
will also have on hand at till tunes a g I
assortment of Hoots and Shoes of his own
make. Ho hawa, lot of his own ready-made
wosk EJfch-P was "raved from the lire in
41 order, and which he will sell at cost
rrrice. Thankful for the lilu-r il o-,tr,,i,ior,.
with whicn lie was lavored in Ihe past, h
hopes for the same at his new stand.
Caiko, June 15, HS'i. 'Jw
. . . . : : i -"-,'
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wujroijs wijl run Ih rough" the sif.oii
. delfjcnngT ice loall parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ofl'me on Tenth htrect,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share of your him
inos.i is solicited and ordots will receive
prompt and carelul attention.
Ol'.O. V. Sl'h.Nl'K.
Use Thk Caiuo Bili.ktin norfoiatcd
sctalrh-book, mado...of. ,calcuih;io-. jute
ouTT7na,Tpi1Iy good lonuk'or pencil. 'For
sale, in three sAfos, at the ollice Nv. 1! and
3. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by tliu dozen. Special dUcoiuiUuii gross
lota to the trade. . '
Cottaoe kok uicvr, in tt,,, j location
Clieap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs iu
Tim Uullktin building.
tf. Mrs. FnzoLu.vLD.
Receipt books, Cairo dale lme, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sprout's Retail lee Box.
Cousuuiers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiffs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will 'be punched at this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thaKM cuinmui, tun ctutK per lint,
tcli lucuriion. Marked
Adams & Westluko Oil Stoves, at
Davidson's. Best on Earth. 'it
Yesterday's rainfall in .this city was
sixty-eight one-hundredth according to
Sergeant W. II. Ray's observations.
Mrs. J. L. Campbell, of St. I'aul, Minn.,
is iu the city visiting her nephew, Col.
George W. McKeaig and family.
Mr. Louis C. Herbert on Commercial
avenue has his elegant fountain again iu
Members of Ihe Hibernian tire compa
ny are ri quested to meet at their hall to
night. See special locals.
Col. John C. Noble has succeeded Len
Faxon as editor of the Paducah News.
The Col. is making a'lively paper.
A little son of Prof. Floyd died yes
terday morning and was taken totlroesbeck,
Texas, last night for interment.
Captain Thomas' bill appropriating
twenty-live thousand dollars for a gravel
road from Mound City to the National
cemetery passed the senate Tuesday.
Misses Bettie Korsmcyer, Jemnette Mil
ler and Edith Wheeler, accompanied by
Mr. Wm. Korsmeyer, left yesterday for
Peoria, Ills., lo make a short visit for pious.
-It is one of the pi ivileges of an "inde
pendent" paper to be mute, not to declare
itself upon any question of public- im
poitanee, until it can plainly detect which
side has (he strongest scent of "hum."
-Canni Times: JIoii.Thos. W. Halliday
is talked of for congress in the Eighteenth
district, and the Democrats could not select
a stionger man.
Yesterday's little wind stoim again
tested the stability of several outhouses,
fences and trees iu this city too severely,
and they succumbed.
A company of the young friends of Mr.
Juno Wright will give him and his beauti
ful bride a little reception this evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Martin.
About three o'clock yesterday after
noon, the infant child of Mr. and Mis.
Inee4 on Tenth street, died of summer com
plaint. The funeral will probably take
The niece of Mrs. Charles Plillerling,
living on Seventh street, died yesterday af
ternoon, after a very short illness. She
was a young lady of about eighteen years
ol age, and much beloved by all who knew
The funeral of the little child of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Sehultz, which took place
yesterday afternoon, was attended by a very
large number of the friends of the family.
Kev. 15. Y. George conducted the services
both at the house und at tliu cemetery.
In special local column will be found
a notice of the branch butcher shop that
will bo oponod next Saturday morning, by
Jesso: iiinklo & Son. This lirm handle
nothing ImU the cry choicest meats that
can bo obtained, and they solicit a share of
the public's patronage
The Pulaski county delegates to the
congressional convention are instructed to
vote first Judge Yocum and second Capt.
Thomas. Dainron "ham" doesn't seeiu to
havu,.tt!t n as cffectualthc.ru as it was here;
its inlluencia(v(f-c()ifrse,.feK,.but nt sw
strong astieTo. It did not have so demor
alizing elhYftfpon thecaleul.itivo powers of
chairman of precinct meetings as it did in
one instance here.
V-'-Uovenor Huron It. Sherman, of Iowa
haVissiicd a proclamation, recommending
that the people of the Htate send liberal con
tributions to tlJTpooplo sAlferi rig from the
effect of the Ije storm. The proclamation
.will vciy likujy bo projupttyiind liberally
rt'Kpoii'V il U: (loverno.r-Shernian's course
is in praiseworthy contrast to that of Gov
ernor Cullom wlk, when a lew people in
southr Ji Illinois wbrc HuftorflBg because of
the Mod, applied to the fideral govern
ment for aid.
On every dozen spools- at thread the
Cairo dressmakers and seamstresses buy
they payrtwentydhrcjj and one-half cents
tai'ilfjjjiicli goes, not info the government
tnauy tofielp meet the expenaes of the
government, but directly into the pockets
of a lew thread manufacturers iu the east.
The people of the United States use lio,
ODO.tMIO dozen soools of Col ton thread a
year, on which they are taxed in the ag
gregate nearly $11,(100,0(10. The tariff com
mission will, of course, ncoinniend the
maintenance of this enormous tax on pow
ew ingwiitrii. y " ""
The resWence of Mr. A. Maix, on
Ninth stieet, was hiilticieutly repaired1 yes
terday to movent its interior from being
drenched by the heavy rain. The gable
has been tlosed again, but the interior is
yet to bu repaired. The ceiling in the
upper front rooms was entirely crushed
down by the mass of brick and mortar, aud
the, beds and furniture were badly damaged.
TIm: nanus were thu sleeping apartments of
Mr. and Mrs. Marx, and had the catastrophe
occurred at night, it is almost certain" that
both would have sustained serious, prob
ably fatal, injuries.
True tu her record Granny Argus has
not a word to say in denunciation of the
bpon frauds perpetrated in the First Cairo
precinct, but indirectly applauds it. As an
"independent" nowspfqiur it would have
become Tier to have manifested a small
degree of interest in the matter. Her total
silence, at the tiimi and since the shameful
wrong was perpetrated, justilies the asHUiup
lion that she is a secret party to the crime
and received her slice of "ham" according
to contract. Such a combination on the
part of the old lady is not inconsistent with
her past record,
"The Villa Bohemia" isa uw book by
Maiio Lo Huron published by Kochendoerfer
& L'rie Broadway, New York) It is a lively,
witty, sparkling, work that will capture all
readers. The conversations are entertaining
the descriptions beautiful, and Ihe plot ami
situations wmked out in a manner that holds
tho attention of the reader from the first line
to the last.
Monday the secrotury of slate at Spring
field licensed Oliver Bee be, and John II.
Oberly and Walter F. Sehuckers to organ
ize the Hlooiiiington Bulletin company,
with a capital slock ol twenty thousand
dollars. May the new company succeed
beyond its highest hopes is the with of
Tiik C.miio Bi LLKTiN and of many Cairo
ites. Both Republican factions held caueus-
ses in different parts of tho city last niglil,
ami very likely decided upon some plan by
which each hopes to aniiihihte the other, in
the convention to day. There was no abate
ment of the feeling between the two factions
yesterday, and there is no probability of a
compromise, on any tetuis, or to any ex
tent, whatever. Both are equally coiilident
ol Miccess. but one or the other will only
feel the more deeply the defeat which is
certain to come to one of Iheiu to day.
People iu interior cities, when the
lion, Is are out, ulways turn a sympathizing
eyotooiir little lily, and "pity Cairo." It
probably always will be so, notwithstand
ing tho fact that Cairo suffers les from
floods than any other place. After the ex
perience of Louisville, New Albany, Chat
tanooga und other river towns, comes In
dianspoliH, I'axtou and inland cities, and
lust, the mountain city of Denver, a few
days ago was Hooded, Iroiu tho lit I Ic ttrtuina
around it, and more lives lost in one nieht
from water, thau in Cairo lor years.
News received from tho county yedter
day, is to the effect that perhaps tho newt
damage done theio by tho recent storm, is
on Circuit Cleik Irviu's farm, about sixteen
nii'u s tioiii heie. The farm is well cultiva
ted and tho crops were standing finely, but
the great number of largo bees, some of
them four or live feet iu diameter, which
were blown down, ami whose branches
spread over large patches, played sad havoc
with the crop. It will require much work
to clear tho farm of fallen timber aud this,
together with the value of the ruined crop,
will probably cost about live hundred dol
lars. Several of the delegates selected by
the Dainron factious iu tlie First ami Sec
ond precincts recognizing tho facts that
they ure entirely at liberty to vote for
whom they may please in the county con
vention to-day, as they were not insti ticted,
ami recognizing also that their selection
was not in strict accordance with the rules
laid down in cushing and in good sense,
have intimated their intention, in the event
of llieir admission to the convention, to vote
for "whom they may please." That they
have a perfect right tu do so none can deny ;
but where they will dure to bo men iu the
presence of their masters remains to lie
- -ir-Tho English sparrowu are every day
becoming more unpopular. A gentleman
near'lt. Vi rnon hail twenty acres in wheat,
from which ho expected a fourth of a crop,
the hcKds having every appearance of prom
ising bju yield, lie resolved to' cut it
forced, anient some persons to gather it.
1'hey rJiiYuS' "in after and report that
there w'oVnotgraiu of w heat in the -field,
the sparrtnvsiB3jg eajten the untinycrop.
One man iu Ihisounty, it is saif, furiRnhes
boys with all the amituunition tbcvMnrd
if they will use it in killing sparrows, and
the most cxpoHvjoung sportsmen ftets a
sauce of ice cream. '
A colored man, having doriumd the
item in Granny Argus, oti Tuesday, in re
gard to fish in the sipe water, constituted
biinsell an exploring expedition of one to
learn the mysteries spoken of in said jtein,
and yesterday he proclaimed, an i avtred
positively, that he saw a great "sea . sar
pint" iu Edwards' lake, measuring ikboiir
twelve feet in length and one in diameter.
We wouldn't have believed it, but view
of such startling facts, so strongly verified,
we mud admit with tho old lady tnur "the
committee appointed by the mayor" has
indeed a big contract on hand iu merely
tracing the means of iugre:s aud egress ol
Those of (.'aim's ladies who believe,
with Tub Hi lljctin, in tho right of all
citizens, regard less of sex, color or previous
condition of servitude, to have a voice iu
the making of tho country's laws, will en
dorse heartily these words of Schuyler
Collax when asked what position he hold
on the proposed female bulTrugoamena'inent
to tho Indiana state convention: "I intend,"
hjrid Mr. Colfax, "to vote for tho equal suf
frage constitutional amendment for many
reasms, chief ol which is that, as wfuneii
are subject to taxation, and tho penitentiary,
and all other civil and criminal laws equal
1 with men, it Hoeuis but just that legis
lation on such subjects should bu'with con'
sent of the governed." f. r
A cable dispatch from the Herald
correspondent accompanying the Rogers
expedition tells the Bad story of the discov
ery of the bodien of Lieut. DcLong, Sungon
Ambler, and the test id the nllicers and
crew of tho Jeunnntte, whoso fate has lor
several mouths remained a mystery. All
perished within a short distance of each
other, martyrs to the folly of attempting to
explore tho awful region of eternal cold.
In their teriible trail southward from the
wreck of the Joauiietto DeLong and his
party endured unimaginable horrors of
hunger and exposure. Their scanty stock
of food, they roasted and ate tho leather of
their boots, ami wrapped their feet in rags
until tt merciful snowstorm came upon
them and buried their pitiable sufferings
out of sight in a common grave,
In Pulaski county, under the leader
ship of Hon. W. T. Scott, the colored voters
got the county clerkship, much to the dis
satisfaction of the white members of the
county convention. It seems that they were
slightly in the majority, ami w hile a few of
the whites were out drumming up "their
side," the colored men carried their point
by nominating one of their own color, as
a candidate for the office of county clerk.
There is uo charge of fraud; tho colored
men gained their victory honorably, and
because of their superiority ol numbers,
therefore they are entitled to it. They are
to be congratulated Upon their success ovei
their fierce antagonists, their white Kepub
lican brothers who love them so well.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. A. Maix re
ceived a blow iu the back of the head from
a boaid, which caused him to lose coii
eioiisiiess for an hour or more. A board
of a scaffold, which had been put up across
the Iront of his residence and used by the
brick layers in repairing tho damaged
gable, was knocked oir at one cud by one
of the workmen just as Mr. Marx passed
under it. It swung down and struck Mr.
Marx iu the back of the bead, a protruding
nail lac- rating the scalp quite badly. Mr.
Marx was Mi ked up and carried into the
house; Mrs. Maix sent out f'-r a physician
and, in the meantime, bathed her hus
band's ))"td with cold water, which revived
him. No physician being found, Mr. Marx
went to Mr. Wm. Alba, who performed the
part of a surgeon well, and Mr. Marx was
all riulit again yesterday.
Tuesday, (lueeii Victoria completed the
forly -fifth year of her reign, which exceeds
that ol Queen Elizabeth by several months,
Elizabeth's reign lasting forty four years,
four mouths and seven days. Victoria has
attended the funeral of every premier who
has seived under lie; ccej,t jhat of Mr.
Gladstone, who has now overworked him
self so that his royal mistress may at any
time be called upon to lament his death.
The only sovereign living who was on the
throne when Victoria was crowned is ihe
ex Quean Isabella, of Spain, and she lost
her throne in 18:18, ami is not permitted to
reside permanently in Spain. The most
brilliant premieis who have held oilice un
der Victoria were I'almerston ami Disraeli.
Tim most useful premiers for England have
heeii Sir Robert Peel and Mr. Gladstone,
although the latter is now iu a peculiarly
uucoinfortablo position through bungling
work in his Irish policy and evident inca
pacity to manage Britain's foreign policy
Alcohol paid into the british treasury
in 1871 $15.1.000,000. In 1881 the sum was
reduced to $1-15,000,000. These figures the
Pall Mall Gazette cites from the budget,
quoting Mr. Hoyle in estimating the aver
age yearly expenditure on drink of each
English man, woman, and child in 1875 to
have been more than $'!'.), and ig 181 to
have fallen to less than $1 0. Te Gazette
attributes this, first, to tho want of money
to buy liquor; secondly, to the coffee house
movement; and, thirdly, to the "Blue Rib
bon" and religions temperance societies,
notably those supported by the Catholic
clergy, and the "Salvation Arthy." The ef
fect of this diminution in tho list- of stimu
lants isshowu iir the immediate increase in
the amount of money deposited in the
savings banks. In 1880 the working classes
deposited $85,000,000; in 1M1 there were
deposits amounting to $'J,000,0(JO in the
old savingsianks, and in the postal savings
banks, ju.it established, over $185,000,000.
Ail thi'se savings, however, the Gazette
adds sigiiilicaully, do not yet amount to lo
per cent, of tho money spent in liquor.
- -Justice BraiNoy, of the-United Slates
supreme court, to whom Guileau's couiji'cl
applied for a writ of habeas corpus, has
filed a denial of the application with the
clerk of the court. Justice Bradley holds
that the couitof the District of Columbia
had full jurisdiction of ihe ease, and that
no ross'iriH exist lor granting the writ
Guiteau tair,s his situation coolly. Ho
still professes a belief that the president
will come to Imb rescue at the last moment.
Mr. llielu, his spiritual adviser, says he be
lieves ho will goto tho gallows without
flinching. Mis. Dunmire, Ouiteau's di
vorced wife, writes to the Lesdvillo Even
ing Chronicle in reply to an article based
on a letter alleged to have been written by
her toC. H. Reed, counsel for the assistant,
authorizing the use uf'hr name iu the peti
tion for his pardon, in which she repudiates
the letter, and adds: "With reference to
my seeking a pardon for Guiteau, I have
never entertained the thought, and as lam
iu possession of an average degree ol com
rtion sense und ordinary intelligence, I
could not reasouably or honestly entertain
such an Idea."
Yesterday's rain was plentifully mixed
with animal life, in tho form of tiny Irogs
which, judging from tliu great uu in burs of
What Celebrated Authors
1 1 A.VK
I'oMlv thy Iniliit h m t ti v puri-c can liny.
Hut not uxpn-micil tn iniu-y, rich . nut niimly ;
rur ihe ftppnrl of prut Inlms the muii,
nr.- lei- ii weira t-II 1 up u
Kf lli'iniin Unit hinibuil Willi ilir'y
tinU Ki-iiural m-ulliMiro of (lri',
ropoiiillnn dii pusitiuii uf udUn
l'r.!r-hlMi,i, rnlvnruilnii, IUi, Hl Hint fund of frippery, fiiriiMn-.il out
lv ( Inllii. r, ImrliiTH, unil ilru-wumau mt-ilimdi ally, iMlueiicu tin
iniiid liiin v.mc w tl..h An hmpi-ror In III night rp would not lie-. I
wit Ii l;u!l tin- rorM-ct of uu hmpurc.r wllti a crowu. -Oo'dHnntti.
No ohm mure Uihii lliu lonelier luii't more run-fully preiuirn li'iimc If
eieniu!!y tn order tu appear lu hit. pupila lint la- wirheii io lie
liiiii-lii iy 4 livni Comm.
It you desire to follow tho sayings of some of great authors, buy your Clothing and
Furnishing Goods of J. Burger it Bro., who, believing "Clothing makes the man," keen
as fine and stylish goods as can be obtained, and offer them ut prices to mit all. '
J. IVIJIIO Mill & MU
"Thii I-'ahico" Clothiers.
them which could bu M-eti in some places
in the city, must h i.o conio down in little
clou !. S uiie p r-eiii-j who were out iu the
rain, at t'e i t ii ; ; r places, claim to
have ui eii i te iu come do.wi,c!leh astraddle,
of aglc.it big ruin di qi which landed him
Sdlliewh it foteih!-, upon the ;ooid Cer
tain it i.i ill it 'i:,t all. i ihe i iin myriads ol
these hll'r Ifi.is h"pe'd ii'milt over tile
si i lew a! K.i an I ri"S-.iii." s in tvii h i lose ranks
that wiltm;; tin iv, wilhfiii killing hun
dreds of tl.ciii, w i., ati impoH-ibility. What
with a 1 1 1 1 : i i i' l ie, a sl.ower, uu
"iiidepon'ieio ' i,. w paper and R pubiican
primaries all in one week - the people, of
C liio are indi ed s'rcy afll-eted
''Iiw is dull and politics are dirty"is
the v'udict of Mr. .1. H. Cunningham, nnd
to judge from the appen mice of our police
Hid the p-colds in .; de by the II- publican
piiinaiies la-'t S'ltuiday one is loieed to ad
mit that. Mr. Cunningham is right. No
sensible man will Maim! Mr. Cuniiinrl. on,
therefore, for iho ati nim,' to iJeoel"!! both
and demote h'ln-'lf hereafter to the allot
pa-dry rooking in which he- i, an adept
The rari'y of men who thoroughly under
stan I this i in " o I u; t art and the );! aide
maud f'-rtl'i-m makes it e,sentinl that all
who have aei.uiied en n ti.e rdilip nts
tilt r-hollld be iu active service. And when
such un n as Mr. Cumiineham, (who bus m
superior as a cuilmiry artist) are I'mmd
wasting their unable talent in such plabian,
unclean puruits as law and politics, there
is certainly g iod ground for puMic general
indignation. A. story pre-. sure h; tln n lore
being bo-uglit to bear upon Mr. Cunning
ham to forsake law and politics and deyotj
himself to the noble occuiiati'iu for which
ho is especially lilted by both physical and
mental organization. He will probably
condescend to liee.f the urgent requests ij
his many friends.
- -The more we hear of the storm in Iowa,
io woruo a calamity it veins to be. At
Grinnell, and iu the near vicinity, includ
ing the town of Malcolm, about 0 utiles
east of Gi innell, the number of lives lost is
iu the tieighborhood of 100, and several
others an; doomed to death from injuries
received. Tho number of houses destroyed
totally, and those partially ruined, reaches
ltd, according to the l.ite.,t reckoning. Of
this number, according to the estimate of
Ihe Ron. J. B. Grinnell, who is probably a
very competent judge, the owners of fifty,
at least, have lost all they had in the
world. The pecuniary loss is variously es
timated at tl.'.'.VI.OOO to $1,(100,000. At
Ml. Pleasant the damage to property, when
compared with the loss of life, is even
greater than at Grinnell. It is estimated
that oOO hoiKe.i are more or less damaged,
many of them demolished. Only two deaths
are reported from that point, and the pecu
niary loss is placed at 100,(j00. In the
more Weslcily part of the state there is
great damage, but ut points distant from
the railroad, so that particulars are lacking.
In Kansas and other stales the destruction
is great, and, taken altogether, the storm
appears to have been the wojM yet recorded
iu the west.
A day or two ngo several prominent
Republicans in this city received from the
Philadelphia association of manufacliirers
of lextile f.ibiics a ciipulur
tT iqtpi allng " eveiy boily "to tel
egraph to the member of congress
from your district" Io vote for Judge
Kelley's bill to increase iho tariff tax on
woollen hoisery und other knit goods Irom
115 to per cent. It is to bu hoped that
no sane man will do anything of tho kind
The association atguos as a consideration for
the increase; of theiio duties the fact that ull
foreign wool used by the manufacturers in
making these knit goods pay a" duly of 50
percent., while the knit goods themselves
pay only JjO per cent. That is a moot ex
cellent reason why the duty on this wool,
so needful lor the uses of tho American
manufacturers, should be promptly reduced
from 111 to 30 per cent., and our manufact
urers bo th. is given n fair chance tocoai
pete with their foreign rivals. But what
have our manufacturers to do with foreign
wools? They aro supposed to buy no for
eign pauper raised wool, nnd buy oniy
Aiutricuu wool, raised ou American farms
'lei c itelui-t ol m.uiklinl. List unv
l.iinte, .ilil mirto it. noil' il m-ckc otli
liu will, in nil pn.hiiliility , llml s cur
- Hn. - Htr Julni Hamilton.
by Aineticiui funnei s. Tin high tax ou
foreign rto.ds in no wise ulT.-ct-s tho maim
faclurers who only use American wool.
None ol our Anieiicau manuru-Uiit.r- pur
chase foreign wmil so long as then; man
al utidarit of domestic wool, and tic huni
tat mi foreign wool, therefore, do,... -.t
alfect the industiy of the pitrn-tic manu
faeturvrs 0f Philadelphia win. entourage
native industry by purchasing Am. ncau
HE DOES OWN IT.
A O. Phelps dots own the Mli-h Mni
gallery, notwithstanding the denial in tho
Ar-tH, as anyone wishlng.ua s.-e recorded
in Book E, of chattel moitgag, on p;,.,,.
-I io, io the circuit clerk's oilice, in A I. xn-'
'"inity. A. O. PiiHi-h.
Diko -Vesterday uftenionu. ftt tiR(j
o'clock, Irby, the inliuit son ,,f Mr. :u,d
M.s. II. E. Dice.
S.-i vices will bo held at the n .;,(, iu:. . ..
'iVliti, ..trout, at 1 .30 o'clock, by I J, v.
rett. Special train will leave foot of KisJiM.
sheet at p. m., for Villa Ridge. FneuJs
of the family are invited to attend.
Allen's Biain Food riomin. le rm,.
I oneness, nervous debility, and all wckm-s
i.i gcimrsiive o.-grwis. $J. i, ,,r $J.
diii'fiiMs. Send for ciiculai to -u
Phatmacy, ;J10 First Ave., N. V. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Over yOO.OOi) Howe m ale have I., en sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck it Co., a-'ents St loul ,
( to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Fn-i man ti
New Nationi-.! Dyes. For brightness mil
durability f color are unequsled. Color
rmm 3 to r, pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 10 cent,,,
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-to Im tlio a nest jc. tU'sr la tl)c muikut.
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