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THE DAILY OAIIU) BULLETIN: TUESDAY MO UN IMG, JULY S, 1384.
If WILL SPREAD.
ITho Scourge ut Toulon aud Mar-
t eoillcs Pronouncod Truo
I ' Asiatic Cholera.
pi. Koch, the Expert, Says It will Spread,
; ' in Spite of Fumigation and
! Other Precautions,
the Germs of the Disease are Carried
Undetected in the Intes
fTovrox, July 7. There were nine
rtiaUis from cholera last night. The
Iccmetery w as open all night lor burials.
i IT WILL Sl'KE.U).
J l)r. Koch reports the cholera here as
flliatie from the extreme East. He found
Ire same niicrobas here as in Ktrvut and
India, the intestines beinij the seat of
Kanccr, and fumigation is useless, lie
Ifavs the cholera will reach Germany. It
rv.ll go everywhere. Having a center
U:e Toulon it must spread,
i Mars.kim.ks, July 7. There were six
ren deaths from cholera last night, aud
twenty patients were taken to the bos
fatal. In consequence of cholera upon two
Vessels in this port infer ted arrivals will
he sent temporarily to Lazaretto.
LuXIon, July 7. A dispatch to the
"',mi:s from Uongola, -Saturday, says:
The Mudir of Dongolu achieved a
brilliant victory over the rebels at leb
Lih. The euemy was routed with a loss
vt I'.Ot'O killed. We now consider our
JLunix-x, July 7. Joseph C, ration was
fcrrested at Mauley as a suspicious char
acter. Me had dynamite cartridges and
fuses on his person.
' Kix;stox, Ovr., July 7. Miss Clow, a
rspectable young lady of North Fronte
tr.tc, was outraged by a tramp named
Wager yesterday. A party of men with
(Biiot-giais are scouring the woods for the
Halifax, N. S., July 7. A telegram
fcas been received by Messrs. Pickford i
Black, agents here of the Furness line of
6'eamers, stating that the Lincoln City is
ashore in the vicinity of Isaac's Harbor,
a small bay about 100 miles to the cast
as ard of Halifax. The ship was bound
liom Stockholm to New York with a num
fcer of passengers mostly Immigrants
o rd a geueral cargo on board. Captain
W.'ni. Harrison, who telegraphs the
tvformatiou, states that she is
Will light, but working badly. Me re
quests immediate assistance for the re
ijucival of passengers, and to attempt to
X ;at the steamer. No lives are reported
lo have been lost. The Lincoln City was
punched for the Furness Line, but a
idiort time ago, b-ing now on her tirt
rip across the Atlantic und her com
mander formerly In charge of the steamer
M'eatherlee, of the same line. Iu re
n;onse to Captain Harrison's request, all
available aid will be dispatched to the
tr.cae ut once. The steamer probably
struck after dark last night during the
"A'nse fog that had prevailed all day along
litis whole stretch of the coast.
SAlItiKNT ON TUB HOG.
The Ex-Minister to Berlin Twists the
' Geiman Hot's Tuil.
!ew Yuiik, July 7. Uarou A. Sargent
tcx-Ministcr to Merlin, arrived by the
City of Home last evening, accompanied
,ljy his wife aud son. Me leaves two
(3'iughters studying In Furope. Mr. Sar
gent was seen ut the Fifth Avenue Motel.
, 'Yes, " he said, "I am a private citizen
p-iv, und the weight of the American hog
Is lifted from my shoulders. I am going
fcu-Lea few days in the Fast, and then I
&m going to California to look after my'
owu interests. You want to know
about my conflict with Bismarck? All
right. I'll begin at the beginning, lie
(rire 1 arrived in Berlin Prince Bismarck
Jlud secured the exclusion of certain
American products, such as potatoes,
canned meats, etc., on the ground of their
V;ing unsound. These exclusions were
I )t so important in themselves, but when
lu threatened absolute prohibition of
lAnierieau products, and began by attack
ing our pork, I thought it was time to
d3 something. I got the advice of scien
t tic men as to the charges made
3Ly Bismarck against our pork, and
found them to be groundless, I found, in
Xict, that Ormuu pork was far inferior
1 jours, much less sound, and more apt
t j breed triehiniosis. Besides this, I
1 jllowed up all cases ot triehiniosis of
Tvhich I heard, questioned local phy-l-fCians,
etc., aud fonud that in near y
A.U cases the disease was caused by liei
tiun pork. Bismarck thought this was
i cry wrong, too, and about this time I
as subjected to tne most savage attacks
t oni the press in the employ of the Gov
ernment." "What stand was taken by the ineiii
1 ers of the German Cabinet and other
associates of Prince Bismarck?"
' "No stand at all. No man in office has
nv opinion but l'-ismarck himself. None
i thiu would ever think of discussing
,1 is actions. But by all others compc
t ;M to judge of the matter, 1 was cor-
lullv supporUd, not only by the dinlo-
raatlc corps, but by the professors ot
tae University, and by all the press,
xcept that In the service of the Gov
ernment; The old Kuipcror himself
rcaUd me with the greatest courtesv
. A Bid Showing.
Nkw YohK, July 7. Schedules ol IJ. S.
k;rut, Ferdinand Ward, V. S. Grant, Jr.,
nd James D. Flsu, comprising the firm
f Grant 4 Ward, bankers and brokers,
vlilcla failed and made an assignment for
Jue Ixneflt of Its creditors to Julien T.
2)avis, was tiled to-day in the Court of
t ommon Pleas. Tlie liabilities arenhown
1j be 818,792,047.72; nominal assets,
i J!t,i39,0'.8.6; actual assets, $67,174.30,
The ass)guc'a explanatory statement
la icgard to the (;xtraoroinary diwrep-
B'ttK'twcen the assets and liabilities,
od the dllBcoltlcs lie had to contend
Mtb in making op the schedules, kort
t record ol utmost Incredible reckleMtnvsi
Inter-Collti,'iHte Boat Race.
Sauahmh, N. Y., July 7. The Inter
collegiate bo.rt race, postponed from the
Fourth of July, eauio off this inoruing.
The I'ulverslty of Pennsylvania won llrst
place, Cornell secoud; time, 8:3'.).
Fire in a Church.
M viiTi''oui, Coxx., July 7. The South
liaptist Church, corner of Main aud Buck
ingham streett, was almost entirely de
stroyed by lire this morning. Loss esti
mated at 10,000. Insurance unknown.
Ni:w Yuisk, July 7. A conference be
tween the olllcials of the Baltimore &
Ohio, Postal and Hankers' & Merchants'
Telegraph Companies was held Saturday
last at the West F.ud Hotel, Long Branch,
It is said a memorandum agreement was
slgued by President Bates of the Balti
more 4: Ohio and representatives of the
Postal and Bankers' & Merchants' Com
panies looking to au early consolidation
or amalgamation of the companies.
Accidental Death of a Celebrated Al
BixiiiUMi'TdX, X. Y., July 7. Prof. II.
A. Gum was killed instantly Saturday
liiurning in this city while generating
oxy-hydrogen. The right portion of his
face was crushed In and mangled as
though struck by a shell. Prof. Gum
was celebrated iu mechanical in
ventions, and was a scientific stu
dent of note. He held several
important letters patent from this coun
try and Lngiand. lie claimed to have
been the iuvetitor of our present svs
tem of meteorological observstion in use
by the Signal Service Bureau. He was at
tme time an editor on the Xcw York
Tril'ititr. 'aml possessed a thorough knowl
edge of the meteorological affairs of Ger
many, Lugland and France.
Water Famine in Dallas, Texas.
Dallas, Tlx., July 7. Yesterday was
the hottest day of the season, the mer
cury registering 102 degrees iu the shade.
The water famine In this city is alarm
ing, as the city water works are almost
dry, aud all Are supplies are cut off, and
for that purpose there is not more than
half the ordinary quantity. A great many
families have no wells, and there is great
inconvenience. The City Council is being
bitterly denounced for its slowness in
securing a suilieieut supply. The dust is
almost stilling, there being no water for
street sprinkling purposes. Insurance
men report that there will be enough to
guard against tire by to-day, as a pump
is being put into Triuily liiver to feed the
Details of the damage done by the hur
ricane of Friday morning at ilieh Mill,
Mo., show the disaster to have been
greater than previously reported; but the
jjiifferers are hard at work rebuilding and
Grain and Provisions.
MU.ND.VV, J FLY
Cotton Steady; ni'illlm'.'. 1u -111
Ki.orit StiMly: XXX to choice, ...Vi;
W iikat I o er; No. 2 itdl, f,'ii u;
No. !J lied, -v-e.
rolls- I.ou-it: X. 2 mined. 4i;". lT'4e; So. 2
Mliiie mi ve.l. ."):.'",:.' .e.
ni rs-.-leii.ly: .No. 2. LT'j iO.
livi: XoiiiiimI; No. 2. 5:i..VJc.
'I'oiiA' i ii Mrm; iu's common to choic",
f j.T.V'iliJ.tM: lenf; common r.-il leaf, tS.iwi
lu.uii: iiM-'lm in to (fond tl2.k'4l7..V).
IIav I'ruirm 7.(ii; 5J for p ime to
choice: clover miTi'il, filU lor eouimon uj
prune: tirnothv, lln.Onjl.'i.iJU for nnme to 'yilt
llrrrF.li Kinner: ehoieeto lancy creamery
1 'Mne: Uniry, elioiee to iHney, 1 t-tt l ij ; low
I'.iios Kinii, nt Kw for Kti-ietly fresh.
I'otatokw Steady at .,i()1(,j.'t' pi r lmt 1.
l'oim Nominal: standard mess, nn.tu iliiAl.
LAUD Nominal; immo steiim, 1 tr.
liACoN lxmifs, V'e; blioits, V ;(ib'hu;
dent nliB, ti'4e.
Wool, l lib-washed, elioieo, fair,
'Ji'ii.'-e; iliniry ami low 2''.":;s. l'nw:ishe.-
Ctioice mi' liuin, 2ii jt", (rood avera-'e inediiiiu
l'.W.:.1ie: M'leete.l llt'lit till" l.'U'.V: food llv
era:', M '.-17c; lieiivy i:i il.'e: eoMilnnt'. 'i
uio'ii. go-'t.'le: euinliinir, low uniies. 1", clno.
IliliKS Unlet: dry Hint. Me: dumiured,
Viv. hulls or Ma.'S, ldc; dry salted,
i-o: dry salted, tlaiiiavivl. lie: km und
eall, Silted. S'-tc; (lan:i.-ed, G'ic: tnn.s an 1
ia,M, ii'e; yiven, uneuied, re! dumaueil,
siiKKi I'r.i.Ts te;idy; pn-pn, 7U?Sile; dry
Uo, 40 r.Ttkr., a lo amount an I iualjtyu. wool;
Kreen s!ie;irlunS, lr)c; dry do, liitlic; lamb
('II ICA ID.
Whkat Low r; sp.e; July, Me; AiK'iit.
KV-c: Soitomt.or save Md: Hetolicr.
I'oliN-l.uwer: M''Bc; .Inly, :.2 ,e ii-l.i-d:
Anmist, .2',r bid: Seitemter, .M ,c MSe 1.
hats bower; uncial; July, 2'. c; Aiiitut,
""i ,e; Set'toinb r, 2."'ic; veur, .
PoitK-Hiu'lier; 2J: .luy, ?21.1D n-kid;
Au-'U-t, :.: September. .
I.aiiii H ij-'Imt at fT.i'p for July; JT.Vi for
Aii'.'U-l; $7.Tn for ."( p:em' er.
siiour Kin- July, t ,:.n: Au'U-t, jf7.'.');
Sept em be r, ? i.r; t.
Will AT firmer: No. 2 U.-d. .lii'e, !iV-;e;
Ainru-t, !7 'ie: Sei tember, '.'.e-te; lletoher,
1 1 .on ,e; November. .
I niix-I.owit; July, "-',,e; Au.'iist, Ol'-jc;
Si-iiemler, til'ie; October. 'it'e.
OATS -Meudy; July, iti'e; Aus.'11-t, Itle;
Sepleintier, vlse; lie ober. '.Un.
I'oiik 1 ml! an I iiominiil.
I. villi '..in el; Aiijf.ist, (' ' il-' ''.
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos ;i!ei e pis. n.Si In lid : Hindi r itelv
lietive: T i l ie lower, lilit. .o.'ii..',.7 I; i on -h
Vackiiitr, "i.l"'i,'i.lii; heavy pie k. in and -lilp-pili.
I ITTI.K lleieipt.1, 7.l'l leul ; il,il; ldj.l.V.
lower; exports, fli fof. ',:.;:; lo
lic'l c, ('i.l'iiiM: eoinmon t, f.ia-,
Sili;Kl'-i:e:.eipa, 1 .mihi beiel: c-oaiiiirni dull;
po r to (food, t '.'..'iO',!,a..VI, irooil to elioiee, f 1.0 i
Tattli: MioKet active ioi I firm: In liana
sleetf ol Ir mi I mi t i l,iii lbs nv., t-'t.mJi.;bi
l,2inio l..iii lb uv.. fii ::.i'.. Ill: Mts-onri uteeri
I.imi to I.IUI lb-, uv., fi ! 1".; Iiiimi sreer
l.u ijlo lbs. nv.. f .". i . ' ; fair to K"ri
rial ve eons, t't..'.
miki.i ami l.vviii Dull; tne I in in to food
sheep, f 2. 1.4.7.',; eliuiee to i tra, th'i&.'gi;
iroml lo elm ee lambs, i.l.'iii no.
II m.k- liemand fair; inr diiim It fair Vnrk
ers, rtif,i.:j; liutelvrs' Kiab.'-, f a.a'i .i.li).
Catti.k llftee'pts 1,K(: n H-ket dull and 10
(o. ir I. i r en Hit (fin les: no llr-l emtio In
II'mss lie eipH, r.,li7 ; mo kit Htrotiv ttt
Snuo-duy -pri. es; bulk unota'de at J.i.l.Vj
".'!; top, .r,.;i',
mikki' Noniinally u; eliauiied
Money and Stock Marktt.
Ni:vv Voiik. July ;.-Moii-y ea.v lit 2 per
cent.; I-. x c-lini iiro ,,ui,.f. ( ,m ,.,,,,,.,.. tlrin:
eon, on, u . l: ,,,, (,Tir.
reney, L.I bid At tin- op, i,n ,, ,. M,irk
nmi koi tins nintn im Una,. g,, pr,.Rllri. to
eli. Hiid de.iu. xiip purlin . rd rt nrlc t
way , to 2', pereent tt,e(ir,, , f hour.
I l,e .leelinc a a eeie,;l,t,., i,v ruH ,
in in.- i. .my nun- n n en vhti. a taeketl ,,,,
n number of unfiivieab e niimiri Toward
midday ine wlninr ee t-ed, and pi I Nr e I 1 1
up U " cr cent. At
miirtel In l'alurji-.
I mi ol hi itmir llm
HKNKKAIj local items
lr. Wuuderlich has returned from
Jmlije Robinson left last evening for
Chicago, to attend the convention.
Sekd l'uTATiKf Northern Seed Pot a
toes at New York Store. St
A party of jolly young men went to
Dixon Springs from here yesterd ly.
Next Monday at law term of t lie Coun
ty Court will be begun by Judge Robin
son. M r. De Montcourt went to Grand Tower
last night, on business for the Box Fac
tory. The first copy of the Wicklille. Jotir
ual was issued on the 21 instant, by Frank
Wantk.D -A boy to leant type setting;
must be over 10 years old. Apply at The
Mr. Win. White left Sumly for Alle
ghany City, Ph., on a visit to Mrs. White,
lie will probably stay during the summer
--About a score ot boys wore caught in
swimming last evening in too public places
and were given what is hoped to be a use
From dite and until further notice
cigar chips will be taken back at full value,
at Geo. Wichert's Billiard Parlor. It
The same old "Jm Doe" and "Rich
ard Roe" were each fined f " ami costs for
disorderly conduct, by Magistrate Comings
The business men of Eighth Street
need to pay more attention to the orders of
Health Officer Sehutter regarding throwing
rubbish out into the street.
Seventeen delegates from Padueah
went to Chicago via this city Sunday.
Everybody who is anybody and who wants
to go anywhere must start from Cairo.
Judge Dross has also gone to Chicago.
In St. Patrick's Church Sunday a
Urge number of boys and girls received
first communion from Father Murphy.
Officer Dunker and assistants captured
md impounded several wagon loads of
hogs yesterday. The owners of the pork
ers will hive to either "ante up" or give
Chief of Police Rearden has removed
his headquarters into the room next to Jus
tice Robinson's office, on Eighth Street.
lie has a neat room, and it is convenient to
Ten houses were blown down at
Columbm by Saturday's storm, among
which were the Methodist Church and the
S ut hern Ilotel. Oue negro child was
killed and four or five more or lefs injured.
-Mr. Felix Malinski has expended over
seven hundred dollars in improvements on
his house on Cth Street, liU3 built an ad-
lition, raised the whole bulldinj, put new-
brick walls under it, and finished up by
piiutingit all throughout.
Yesterday Civil Engineer Chas.Thrupp
was engaged in laying off several hits on
Ohio Levee, between Eighth and Tenth
streets, which oeiong to Loi. l.yior per-
sonany and wnun ne intends n improve
niHterially, by filling and building.
Delegations to Chicago from sou'liea.-t
Missouri, Tennessee, and other Southern
States, passed through this ci'y Sunday.
Two trains were needed to carry them all.
One of them was composed of seven sleep,
ers and the other ha 1 two sleepers besides
Mr. Patrick Sullivan came down yes
terday from Sandusky precinct und ,e r,..
p irted that the storm of Saturday had done
much damage to crops in his portion of the
county. Oats and corn wire bi r.vn down
very generally and in many inst anres con
siderable tracts were totally rained. Odnr
wic no damage was done.
Capt. Shields, Chairman of the County
Democratic Central Committee', and Ju Ion
W. II. Green, Chairman of the Democratic
Congressional Central Committee, have
both gone to Chicago. The Carpenters on
the former's new dwelling, and the county
and district Democracy will have to get
along the best way t'.ey can for two or
three days now.
County Clerk Humtn givis notice in
special locals that the ussetsinent bonks fr
this year have been turned over to him by
l 11 l. . 1 , n
iv-sessor i arKer, nnn are ready lor ni'-per:
tionbyanywho may desire to do eo; and
that, on next Monday, Ju'y 14:h, 'he County
Board will meet in regular h'-.ion to hear
any ci mpluinta that may by mudr in rela
ti n thereto.
The hteanier Port Kids, which went
upthe JliBsissippi from this port Saturday,
was caught in the Morm a thort dibtancu
above here, and her chimneys were: blown
dovn aud other damage done, which greatly
a'arine 1 and demoralized the pfihueiierH
for a while. On IJuffalo Inland the atorui
just tore everything to splinters acres of
tiinb'.r waa blown down.
--We acknowlcdo the receipt of a
pamphlet entitled "Civil Service Reform a
Delusion and a Snare," by J. W. Schuck
cre. The b iok u largely made up of an
address delivered by the author before the
Central National Club, of Philadelphia. It
presents some very strong points in sup
port of the author's position, fjiviuf; ex
tracts from Herbert Spencers crit!cmin of
Auiericau politics and presenting on the
lust page the fc simile letter of Andrew
Jackson in which the writer, Bpeuking of a
certain appointment, says, "on Major Lewis
vouching for his regular habits I have no
objection to his appointment -but i.o one
of irre.'iilnr or Intemperate habits can rt -mam
The D( in' cratic State platform, section
seventh: "We demand home rule, honest
money, consisting of gold and silver and
pnper convertible into coin on demand; the
strict maintenance of public faith, state and
national; generous recognition id' faithful
soldiers and sailors of the republic and
their widows and orphan-; subordination
of military to civil power, and a genenl
and thorough reform of civil service."
On the :! I instant Collector Hodges
edos-ed his sales of property upon which t!ie
t.iv s had not been paid this year. Not a
piece of property was forfeited to the coun
ty, and the Mile was concluded Several
months sooner than was usually the rase in
former years, l'urthi in.oie, the general
tux. - had been much more closely paid up
than in former yi lira all of which speaks
well lor the collector and the dear p.-ople.
-I'iid rthe influence of Health Officer
Shutter's vv'iti ht'u! eye and constant activ
ity, the city is rapidly assuming an excel
hut j.nit.iry condition. The streets every
where present a clean appearance and pri
vate pnir.i-ts are being cleaned
up wherever necessary. It will
rupuiie con-tmt vigilance to main
tain this condition, and this the Health
Oilicer will doubtless exercise. Just now,
the II a'th Ollieer'n portion is one of the
nio.-t important in the city, and Mr. Sehut
ter f -eins to appreciate this fact aud acts
A negro girl named Mini
went into the bakery of Mr. Hebsscker to
make some purchases, and while Mrs. II.
whs engaoc l in procuring the article asked
tor, In aipdhei part of the houc, the girl
took a e't of cakes from the counter mi l
put them in her basket. Mrs. II. noticed
that .-onietiiing wis wrong when she re
turned, and alter the girl had got.e she
weio to the d. or to cill her back, but Min
nie, catching sight of her in the door, dash
ed awav "ander full heal of steam."
De; u'v Sip-rill' Myers was enliste 1 in the
cae and In; arrested the young thief, after
she had emptied her basket of the stolen
cakes which she threw out into the street as
she ran down Washington Avenue. In
Magis'ra'e Comings' c mrt Minnie plei led
guilty to having the stolen cakes, but siid
that another girl who waa with her in the
store, had stolen them and put them into
her basket, after she herself had refused to
take them at the request of this other girl.
She had been arra'gned u; n the charge of
disorderly conduct an 1 was lined and
It is reported that Mrs. Sdford has
concluded n"t to donate the Sstfird Mem
orial Huilding to the city, but to transform
the beautiful structure into a grumbler's
home, placing iron bars before the windows
mid doors by way of tini-hing it off for
this purpose'. As a public library the
building would tie one of the gran lest gifts
that could be made to the city an i one of
tiie greatest bles.-ings; but as a orumbler's
,ome it would 1
little leH a blessini: to
the community provided all the chronic
malcontents and critical simpletons, (to
be plainer but It ss har.-h, all the pachyderm-it
urs forlicula of the c immunity, in
one sense of the term (could be safely and
perinanen'ly immured within its magnifi
cent walls'. l!ut Mis. Salfird can well
afford to entirely ignore the vaporings of
any who may not appreciate, to the fullest
extent of its great value, to the community,
the institution in the construction of which
she Ir s spared neither pains nor means,
and she may rest assured that her magnan
imity and her noble purple: an- r. cogiwi
and adequately appreciated by ail wlir.se
recognition and appreciation aie worth
anything at all.
IhelleiiiUf the Ticket.
Harrison the Solou of a fioml House.
Carter Henry Harrison conies of good
stock. His ancestors have been statesmen.
His father and trrandt'ather bore his lull
name. The latter was a prominent Vir
ginian and brother of Henjiinin Ilarri.-on,
a signer of the Declaration of Indepen
dence, and father of William Henry Har
rison, win was l'ns dent of the United Sta
tes. The family history h:;s been liiu-ed
i '" to Cromweli'o (ieneial Harris n, who
bad the pleasure ol leading (diaries I. to
the block. His erandfntlier w as a cousin
of Jefferson, and Carter is a cousin to John
C. Ureckenridoe. His Cither's death left
bis trainino; to his inothi r, and he yrew to
manhood at his birthplace in Kentucky,
lie was prepired for college by Dr. Mar
shall, brother of the Chief .lus'ice, and
graduated from Vale in ltJl.V He intend
ed to be a lawyer, but traveled to Kurope,
I'0''pt and Asiatic Turkey a few years af
ter le-iving college. He married Miss Pres
ton, of a southern family, in lSri,"), and on
a viidt to Chicago was so attrarted by the
prosperity of the place that he settled lure
and invested all his means in real estate.
Though formerly a whig, he Voted for
Douglas in 1SG0, nd lies since been a
Democnt. His entry to politics was in
1S70, and the following year he was elected
County CominissiniK r; run lor Congress on
the Liberal ticket in IST'i, bht was de
feated. In 1 S74 wos elected to Congress,
where ho attracted much Attention, lie
the IfH'ent gauze Undershirt
Our st nek ol Suiuiner IIumoi
'lhread, IJalbriggan ami Silk
r I T A V
in aluiidance. .Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our largo stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
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INSURANCE -:- AfJESTS.
OFFICK: Room No. i. M. & o. 1;. v. Iiuihlin,
7i onto : cahio, Tij,.
COM 1 'AX 1 1 IS Kl :i 'K' KSKNTKI);
I Hi'l'ioi 1 intil I, iiilo i and (ilolie,
(irTiiiiii.'ia I' ire Ins. Co.,
Slil il)oieltl V. A M. Ins. Cn ,
lloWilld lll. Co.,
Knrini'i's tire liiv Cn ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Ja)aii)U'(l JiiM-lin and Aate AN'arc,
lliid Cages, I'.ath Tubs, Water Cotders vV: lee Cream Freezers.
Asrent lor Adams & Wotlaki' Oil. .'aoline and (ias -toVes. Ih troit
Sad' Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, (.lulled plows, Walking Cultivators,
Coin Shellers, Planters, Ktc, Kte.
n 07 Gr
TKl.KI'IIOXK NO. VO.
i tiered mi nmeadini-nt to the constitution,
nnkino; the Presidenti.il trrni six ye'ir-,
with iiU-oibiity to re-.-lection, but unking
the retiring Pn-sideiit Un't-d States Sen-ator-at-L
it je br iii'e, without privilpe of
vtiti'i" a S rittor. While in Conores-s he
made several n-itab'tu speeches, thoic in the
humor ins vein b.-inj; jvirticuhriy happy.
He his bet'.; e!e::te I M iyor of Chicioo
three turns by flittering niijirit.es. He
is i vti o! i.
Yes'erday, in this neat her district, the
iky was r p rted genenlly c'eiir. The
bun met' r w is below 1!0 in the ex'reme
northwest and ut Pittsburgh, Chattanooga,
Little Keck and New Orleans Thermom
eter stood b-twien 0" and C9 ; average state
of the 2-i points reporte I fro n wis 32; ris
ing in the nurthwist and falling at nearly
all other poin's. Wind was southwest, east
and south at all northwestern points except
ing North Peitte, w here i t blew from the
north; at nearly all other points it was
either re rth, northeast or northwest. At
this point it blew from the north. Kuiu
was reported from St. Pul, .Oi; from
TifK Hui.i.ktin thermometer stool as
billows at the different hours ol the day
given in the diagram below:
7: !; A.M.
80- -12 M.
fe -! ii P. M.
A (inoil Practice.
Dr. .1. W. Lasley, physician, Company
Shops, p. () Alniainc Co., N. ('., says he
us.is it in his practice, and recommends to
sull'eiing hunianity the great pain-cure,
St. Jacobs il, lor all kinds of aches and
Piheitmatisin often renders its victim en
tirely helpless, and in each cases restoration
to health and vigor is like bringing ti le
dead to life. Athlophoms has proved its
efficacy in the most stubborn cases of this
disease. I). L. Southard, of (ireencastle,
Ind.. says, "When llishop Howman brought
me the medicine from you I was nearly
helpless. I had flrown worse for six weeks
under, as I thought, good treatment, until
I could not niovo without great pain and
great trouble, and nearly all the timo had
to bo helped. I commence) the medicine
the medicine at 0 n. m. Thurday. At 0 p.
m. weut to sleep and slept till 1 o'clock.
Then awoke and went to sleep again Until
C a. m. I got up and said to my wife, 'Dear
mc I look here I I am well I' "
UJl UJNDEKVVKA It,!
TIT l I 1 1-v i --- i
Light Wear Ui.tlerweiir from
to the linest 8:.m HaUii-haii
New mt I'i dei wii'i r's Airim v.
(it I iiian- inei it an Ins Co ,
t ity of LmnliMi,
Aiiiaon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. ( o,
NoitliHi-stiiii Mutiiii! LilV Ins Co.
OO Kighth Street,
"A Simple Twiil ol Ihe n Mm.
"It was as good us a circus," said
S r'e:.ut Muli.'jiland. "I w as walking
along lii'iod w;iy this morning when I
saw :i bl:iek-:i:.d-taii cab coining furi
ous, y up Miiii.iv street. 'J'Iid driver
seemed to le doin- his best to stop thu
animal, but it was unrnanagabie. A
tall, weli built m :in. wiio did not see
tia; runaway, w a.i rro,-,in g ihe street.
Kvervbody er;.- I out to liiiu, but the
hore w is c'iom- upon it before he saw
it. iiek as thought ho put out his
right hand, sei.'d the horse Ly the nos
tras, gave' a si dden twit, and the next
inoiin ril the runaway was hing on his
side on the crosiing. The cab driver
was too much astonished to say a word
and the stranger picked up his hat aud
Iwaiked oil as cooi.y as if nothing had
happened. I learned that ho was Mr.
Lemuel R. S;urgls, the owner of a cat
tle ranch in Texas. He knew a trick
the cowboys have of throwing a steer
bv giving its head :i little twist. Ho
practiced it on Pioadway, and the run
uwav horse got a lesson hu will not for
get if he lu viy sense.' V. '. hu;i.
NEW A I ) V E I tT IS K M H X TS
Kutlre In tl.i column hi rec Ituei or let .iii:i
one inertiun or l.ou pi r week.
IVANTH) UIKI.S To ufMriM' over two mUllnii
' etivel(ieii st th' ir ewn home. Work left ami
called for liy im S ml ililresed auj siainprd
envelope (or further tl.-Uilo. sdilr'-"
Mrf. Hute" Woman'e Joun al.
VOli SALK I'wo di
1 Cuiuiiik'i I i.vi.-ion.
!"lMti!i l(itn on S.'i h Street,
Apply to Juo. A I'oore.
ANt KO V K N -To di-lrlliute circulars in
' Cairo and vicinity fur i) per month. Send
ref renci' and a'uiiip fur icplv AdilriHs
.Mrc. Ilate'i) Woman'ii ;lourna'.
LOU IS C. HERBERT,
(Success r to Chas. T. New knd an.l
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
CAIRO. ; : : II A.
llflve Wet! Force unci Lift l'uinpn rurulvhed and
pu: up. Aieut for the Celebrated
"JJUCKEVE F0JICE PUMI
the best pump ever Invented. New Oas Fixtures
lurnlKlieil to order. O.d Fixtures renairud aud
Iyjolililng promptly nlteiided to.
Ihe Kcyiihii- Cairo raducali Daily
IIRN'lty K. TAYI.on, Master.
UKUUUIl JOIIEa. Clerk.
I avei! Pidiicah forC Iro dally (Stinilayn except
cd) at 8 a. m., and Mound i:itv at 1 p. in. Heluri;
Inn, leavet Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound t'ltv at 5 p m.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mr. AMANDA Ct.AHKSON, A(-ent.
No. IK) wth St., Cairo, III.
tJOOood Block und Prices Itcaaouatihi.