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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNINO, JULY 15, 1884.
THE FALL OF THE BASTILf,
Its Colobratlou in Paris Yeatordny
at tho RISK or spreading
The City in Gala Attire, With Banting
Flying and Military Marching Anud
Orowds and Confusion.
Ordinary Prudence and Reasonable Pr'
cautions Abandoned in the Hot Zeal
of the Celebrants.
Jn-J H. Thousands of sight
x.-ers, anxious to participate In the revels
c! to-day the day of tlw National fete
arrived la the city early this moruin
So gnat were the througs which poured
lcto the railway stations of the city by
eicurslio tralm that the usual precau
tiowry measures again t the Introduc-
t;oa cd cholera were dispensed with, ex
a;t In cse of passengers from the south
arrificg at the Lyons terminus
wto were put through a
c-re of fumigating and di-sinfectiou
wii;h vas sj&nhicg but pleasant. The
city was handsomely trecor&Wd with flags
aci 1 unUnc, aad crowded w iih people
rasd is holiday auire.
ci s-.Ttr; t.hysK'tn Ut holding the fete
dcr viilitig circumstance is certainly
r;:i.r dAsgercws risk, the Ministry
Gcrtri or ci Parts-cosdaded his prepara
kkt night for tie disponrlon of his
i.-r.-e tor a crisd review to-Aiy.
7it sffi'Sclt was a raagTuficent one.
a; i a. ru. a trifade d ariUkry of Vtn-cii-hz.
caciaatfred by Thevenla, and
tit sixti iiTifios U iciiDtry united at the
lihaf I: Trsvt. GtteraiGrery, brother of
Uii Irtistst tiei passed tteic in renew.
U)t s.ex t-ae ti artillery brigade of
VrrsuL c.!i!iii4eid by General De
uaii-i-t, tie seTew dMston of
.Liu: zr; ul. r the enters of the General
L.-uuo. ;k t.'ci btiore General Saussier,
K:: x-j ."'r-rtmar of Pans.
Un Cum :f Elysee in the aftcrnooa
ui' n.-urry bruies of Paris, VmflJes
tiiiL H; utortt noved cpon Loog
uiamiv men UifT were joined by three
luiu::; - oi ti;.rs anUlery. The Presl
iiv.Y o: t.i 10!ia.tI;c and 'Ministers war
pTs;',:.-.. i'.i'. ait Minister of War was
T-2!!r.-.M.i: iy ucacral Gressot.
Tn rrogruninu ol evolutions was ui
ii'u.iif. atmifiWfc, lei the march past
v a; s;ion. ol some ol its dignity in coa-utMueu-a
o: tin dwtv:iK:ti:.r of troopa In
ii;fi!iron- dinriati, v;uict was done to
ieanoL tin uangjr o! coittucioa.
I'vora. Aisius.:. in;iu:ie arrived in
tut civ- tin.- Eicria' (or iht purpose of
tM::ni mn li. t.iv ceienrutSon of the fall
: '. ui; lia.i'.It'. lO-MOinuc tie Continental
?:.'.(.. viiicl k gajly decorated
v.u. :iu li;tcF of ail nations,
i i uniiier oi iUmitiun became enraged
u u. Earn: u.' tut trem-at a? flying in
f;'i.; ;ii tin irx ui rushed up and
t.'"t n ciL'V L ut; 'joUiUiticed ttoniag the
1'Ll.liC. tTl.UtL I;L' tut wiiidowi airi do
.iif '.-.'Lt.jt-Livt'cifciL.jce. They then
:.;.rii"t t:. Ilz A rsatr of otiusr Ger-
t:u iuiis wt torn Soc in otat parts
;jt i-;ty u AlKutians and toe city
t ui i; .'tr.
lw.i.:r-i.u J-:y ".. TLtre were
-".T-'.: jul! froa cbdlera itrt tlgU
7 ..'. :., ,'tt ;4 Tier were t!een
u:-i i.-.ia itre last cigit. Tl
i ai'.'tw . 2 it treete are dtMbd
t: tl '.t ji.ru '.ufc' i.b'vt btn removed
Vs. tir i..'t;.-.t.i tc tit BaburVs.
Iyjtfj-, Ju:.t 3i Tie tweaty -fourth
sig c-! tit "at,i.a! liiCe Association
cfnrtf tt W.Ti'tfcdcB tbt nsoriiiL?. Tiie
il: is f.-.!: but tie light is good.
I.'VaLI.Y t WORTHY.
Loyry.-y, July H. Tie 7"irc this
rsornit;, is ll article upon the republi
can ivl btiiiuatSc nominees lor the
I'rtsi'Jtv.-y, -s: "The platforms con
toe ltd by u.e republican and Liernocratic
Conventions tre both t-qaaliy unworthy
of rt-sptct. They are di-tinguLshed by
t!ie absence ol clear convictions, by eva
aioLs at,d trimmings, and by servile
rivalry in flattering the mass and In
pairing to the popular prejudices of
modern demagogues and social quacks."
HEAVY FIGHTING IMMINf.NT.
Lo.swjn, July 14. Latest advices from
Madagascar stale that the Houvas are
actively preparing to meet the I'reuch,
mm iuav ueavy nguung is imminent.
COMING TO TEI1M-.
Lonin, July 14. Elrl Granville to-
ftay annouueed that the Government
would pass a redlstrlctlonbillin October.
it the House of Lords would reconsider
Ha action in rejecting the franchise bill
ilE.M.L;,!?,!l0TO adiournment tor the
London, July 14. Minister Taft leaves
Vienna for St. J'etcrsburg Tuesday.
London, July 14. Hon. llobcrt Henry
Lyttlcton, son of the late Henry Li ttle
ton, was married to-day to Miss Edith
Santly, daughter of Charles Santly, the
A MEETING OK CONSKHVATIVE I'EEItS
will be held to-day to confer on Lord
v emyss' motion for the Lords to con
sider and pass the franchise bill. The
motion will be pressed.
Dcbjjn, July 14. Mr. Cornwall, Sec
retary of the Dublin Post-office, who was
arrested on Saturday night at Linllthgew,
arrived to-day to chcrge of detectives, and
was placed in prison. Alfred McKier
nan, George Taylor and Malcolm John
son, who were witnesses for tho defense
In the Comwall-O'Bfien libel salt, ar
rested on Saturday, have beon releasod
fram prtson on promising to inform
ANOTHER. 0LTBUEAK VRABKD.
Belfast, July U.-Nlnety of the
Rationalists and Orangemen who were
arrested la riotous demonstration yester
day were to-day sentenced to terms of
Imprisonment ranging lrotn one to nine
months. The excitement in tho city is
very great, and fears of another ontbreak
' DirBLiv, July 14. t. Cornwall, ex-Tost-offlce
Secretary, wj Arretted at
Wales yoWfday, Chaltofl With felonloiis
jtact4ccs and an nnnaf)rt1 orrmi", brought
bere to-day, taken Ibefore a magistrate
ana remunaea ior trial.
Uj'.kli.v, July 14. Tho crops through.
out ITussla are universally good.
Constantinople. Julv 14. 1
Vizier has tendered his resignation in
consequence of the Egyptian Conference
approving the proposals of the Euglish
vjvverameni. xne !uitau reluses to ac
cept the risignation.
Uqme, June 14. There was a serious
anti-papal demonstration here yesterday
during the services in memory of Pope
Plus IX. The rioters attempted to cross
uu- square in iront of S?t. Peter's, but the
pouce ana military prevented them. Sis
rioters were arrested.
ALKXixrtiUA, July 14. The French
agent here protests against the Egyptian
customs officers seizing contraband valu-
ames iound in the French mail while
lumigating against cholera.
Halifax, July 14. The steamer Co
lousay, recently a:hore at Yarmouth, has
arrived here, ami will discharge her car
go ox timber.
ycEBKC, July 14. Seventeen of the
crew of the steamer Eylgia, which Is
ashore at lied Head Perce, have arrived
Fox IIivkr, Ont.. Juiv 14. A three
uisistea swamsiilp is ashore two mlles-be
loocre. mere is a dense foar ami nil
ma-crew are on the banks.
Will Hare to Imitate the Good Dr. Prae-
Belleville, 111.. Jnlv 14. CurtHein-
feldi-n, editorof the Belleville y.;tnnn,,.i
Stum, was yesterday denounced at a
meeting of prominent Germans forgoing
over to the support of Cleveland. Mean
time a large sura of money has been sub
scribed to start a new German dailv in
opposition to the Zcltunj.
Getting- Home From the Convention.
Boston-, Mass., July, 14. The main
portion of the delegates from the Demo
cratic Convention arrived af5 a. m. : but
the provisions for a reception and dinner
for to-day were abandoned. It is under
stood due courtesies will bo extended on
Saturday evening next at the dinner of
the Bay State Club.
To Be Hanged.
Cincinnati, O., Julv 14. John B.
Hoffman, who murdered his son Robert
on January 12, 1S3, was this morning
sentenced to be hanged October 4, it 33.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY. JULY II.
ST. LOU 13.
Flocb SU-vly: XXX to choke. K.lnil 'r,!
wHitAT iiuner; o. i He H:i.-f-,c f .r
Bt-w; Hu. 3 k.-l. Df-w, T.'j'iTV.-.
Ujb Weaker: o. liuuxeJ. Vj,ac; Ko. 2
k;te iiiiifcil. U'Vaq.
Oat Ixm-t-r: "o. 2. .VJIVte.
fcr a Nomina!: .Nc. X ii. -i-c
Tobaxo yiTXi; imjT-: iBmori to c,i":'-?
ti.'iilW.O'.i: teaf: cmcB'to r-4 Kaf,
KM: nj-'3iii7Xi to trsn IUUW.Ml.
HaT Prairm WMkj, hi 1'jr prime to
tbox: ciwi muifi, VjaXb lor t-dnnon 10
prtait: ViwAtiy, tto.'WiJM tor tinri to "gut
BrrraR Firmer: cnoico to fancy er.araerjr
Jiic: Oa;ry. ctfjJH: to lancy, 1410.-.-; low
fvjtim. at I'SIOt for Hrlctiy fresh.
f-'TATOK- Firm el tfeVic y-r huijeL
Pokk :r!y active; new meat. Wi.'Si'aVMi.
Lakih-Nouiinai: jinme KU;atn,
Ua'J) Lorijfi. r'aix;: thoru, ft'c;
wool Tulwahea. erLOico. 5'ic: fair.
i.iioico lufcliuiu, J4c; ifwl average uie lium
Y!&,n:; ws.eeted lirht flnif ITiilW.-: vyA av-t-raae,
U.r7c; lieavy Jlie; combine. V
Hidk- Ouiet: 3rr tliiit. P: rlafiai?l.
IV: tjuus or ft, lix.-; iiry saiu-'l,
Xir. dry Rait.-'L natiwl. kiri aul
taif. BuiU-U, t4C; OarJiairel. 1q; nuiiS aril
Biatrs, D-e; gnxa, uneurc-i, "rjc; iiatia;?'.'i,
bUKKP j-ei-TK V:&iy, wTi, v)y,w: dry
do, 4'Xx.TOc., as to amount un'l 'juailty of woo!;
frrc-t-b siieariinjfii lie; dry do, liiix.-; laiuO
Wheat bower: No. 2 I'.i-d. Julv
Auifut, IC iir: rvrueiiilt-r, 'J7c: ut-toiK-r.
V :; November, .0j .
uio' htea'ly; Julv, ic: Auvu-:t.
jir, re;iv-tiiier, wjm-; itetoix r, W)-,c.
UAT!t weaker: juiy, .ij'-: Auau-t.
Sy-IiteiuU.r, tf.:jc; October, B ji:,
W'hkat Htea'Jy : July. t-1 s.c: AuvimL
teHc; Kpi'-iiibi r, K(-,e; 0-toU-r. H:,
MH! Weaker: Julv. fj'l.e: Auvnat SI1.1..
(j.uintK r, M-v:; October, !ie; year. ',o;
WAT weaker: July, Vm-. August, '.'J,c
beiteiMbcr, a.'i te; year, Z4c.
tSM; fcerneiiiber. t-'l.:'.: ......., .
year, lia.nu. " ' '
LARU-ljwer: Julv. t: lie A,,,...u. - ir..
Peptembcr, 17.27 vi; fjetober. 17 il i
hllOHT KIRS July. 17.7'': Aumiui :-.:.
Live Stock Markota.
It 1 . ...
1..M U); ioiikIi i.iiekinif. V.n,.- ,t.Uvy
1'ac-kliiK hii.1 Bl.ip,i,l(f, 15 2V". Mi.
I'l'l'l'l f ll :. . . .
. "V'',1"'c,'ll"s: l-M-); market iiethe:
nnat Ki.nor.MU: K.,o.l to chob-e. ,
.w; common to fair, Me lower, ti '.!.-,
s:iil.i..u 1 1Uu.. ' '
ui, ui.j,.jv, 6wi iu ciigice, f-l. .Vrlfi.tl J.
Cattle Market Hteiulv nml fair "lemnn l
Ohio fteer to J..r.lJ His. aw.. ut.m r.'.
inun ii u 11m. av., fAlifiifLtir,; ir to
(fituii iimiveemvrt, H'.i.oii.
Shkki- and Lamus .Market dull uml it shield
lower; meuiuin to (tikm! ulieep, 3 h.i4 mi
lie'dium in (rood ImnbH, j4.7ryr4.V7r..
HiMirt Miirket active, weak 11 ml lower
Kood toehoii e Yorkers, !i.KiiA.Un buk-hurs'
(trades, f'.Mi-$f,.Vu; pigs, f 4.7i'i'S.-.'f.
CATTLE-Itocelpts H70; iietive and tilirlier; nn
tive steers of l.liK) to l.V ucmuiu .r.
nifo, Vt.MXM 2.'.; do, Hid to I, Mil poumlx aver
aire, J4.7fi"o.ai; jrruss Texiuis, :.7in -i.riu:
Hoi w lteceipts, fi.SUOj RtToti; Pk- hllirr
mis ei --i;;toj im. v., n.wiT,M: num.
. SiiKM'-Hecelpts, 'i')0; steady; natives do Hih.
hi i-rnin.', ro.uu.
Money and Stock Market.
, 7 J'"y 14. Money 12 per
j .-, .Ai-iinoiiu ww'bsmm liovoriuiieiiw
in ui, currency, ng, tei ntu; 4'H, coilitotl, 1IMH
'i"i'"'. i- mo. iue kuick marki-l
1 '"'wrtHU and irn (jular all the morn
lair. There were rumors of Impending full
'ieauueintiarruKiiietiln In the dry iroodg
ira.le, dome Lu-jre Hrnis bclntf uientioiiwl. The
r-poru were priimptly denied In every In-
of t h I,, Ti.Xjl 7i " ,M Rnit) theullorts
r-atH .V.' Jfc01.11 'hen, ha
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Cairo Chapter No. 71 ll. A. M. meets
to-night. Seo special locals.
NoTtt'R Past luo accounts will be
thankfully receive.l by Wui. M. Davidson.
County Court was convened by Judgo
Robinson yestenlay. It is tho law term.
Not much was done yesterday.
Lost A black-and-tan ratterier bitch'
A liberal rcwarJ will be paid for the return
to City National Rank. yt
Mr. Harry Walker is in the city, lie
came up from Memphis, his theatre there
being temporarily closed for repaiis. lie is
the same old Harry Walker.
On inspection a largo line of art
stu lies, olographs, imported cliromos and
lithographs, at Clark & Lovett's, for a few
days only. 2t
A complimentary to the meeting of the
Gallatin County Agricultural B.inr.1 at
Shawneetown, August 20th to 20th inclu
sive lias been been received at this office.
Clark vfc Lovett are offering ready
made frames cheaper than ever. They
have an immense line of mouldings t uita
ble to every ta.te at bottom figures. lit
Ground was broken yesterday for Mr.
De simonia's new brick bouse. It is tho in
teutiou to have the first story up this week.
There will be two cisterns under the
Clark & Lovett are headquarters for
everything in their line. Call on them for
the next few days and see the finest lot of
pictures ever brought to C-iiro on inspec
tion for a few days. it
The negro Rale Gilbert, who some
days ago stole a revolver from Mr. A. J.
Carle, pleaded guilty to the charge in the
County Court yesterday and was sentenced
to one year in the Reform School tt Poa-
Walter R. Pettis, the Eighth Street
grocer, has put in a telphone for the ac
commodation of his many customers, over
which be will be pleased to receive an and
all orders for g oJs in his hue. Telephone
No. 71. 2t
.Mr. Peter Saup contemplates making
some important lnprovements next spring
on his house at the northeast corner of
Sixth and Commercial. The improvement
will consist of a two-story addition tj the
We acknowledge the receipt from Lee
& Walker, of Philadelphia, of -Hon. Grovtr
Cleveland's Campaign Grand March," a
musical composition by Prof. G. A. Il-jnry.
It is illustrated with a likeness of the gen
tleman whose name it bears.
Co!. Rearden, our Chief of Police, is
cut and on duty again. lie Lad a brief
peiioj of sickness that several times seem
ed to be inclined to bt'eome serious; but
carefulness on bis part and good medical
attention pulled him through alright.
Nearly C mouths of leap year havo gone
down the cycles of time, and we Lave not
beard of a single instance in which a
young lady was arrested for loafing around
treet corners and spitting tobaccojuice on
gentlemen's dresses. The ladies don't as
sume their special privileges worth a cent.
-Clark & Lovett 33 Eighth Street have
received from New York a largo invoice of
art studies, oleograph, imported chromos,
etc., that will be an inspection for a few
lays. Everyone interested in such matters
should call at once as there will not be
such an opportunity soon to see so large a
collection of works of art. 2t
Judge W. II. Green and Mr. Paul 0.
Schub returned yesterday from Chicago.
Roth aiiree that the convention of Demo
crats was one of the fine.it body of men
they ever 6aw and that the action of the
convention was the very best the party
could have done. Ro'h glory in the very
decided rebuke given to Kelly and Tam
The Theatre Cornicle, after a season
of prosperous business under the manage
ment of Messrs. Shclton and Catlett and
Mr. Charles Howard, will be closed about
the first of August to take athort Beason of
recreation. It will be generally overhauled
while closed, improved internally and paint
ed externally ; and will be opened aain
about the first of September. The bar
will remain open.
The mate on the ttcamer John A.
Scudder paid off one of the drck-hands
while the boat was 'lying at the wharfboat
here last evening; and as the boat pulled
out the negro, being offended because ho
wis paid olf, threw a rock at the mate who
drew a revolver and shot at the negro us
he ran up tho levee. The negro fell when
the mate shot, but immediately got up
again and got away.
One of the female inhabitants of tho
Clark purgatory was yesterday tried for
keeping an indecent house. The case took
up the greater part of tho afternoon in Jus
tice Robinson's court and, to achasto mind,
the details were of a most revolting charac
ter. Ths court room was so packed
with people that the court had to detail an
officer to keep the crowd off his portly, per
spiring person. The defendant was found
guilty and fined.
It is advisable that the olHcers or
clerks of tho several transfer boats should
inspect passengers coming over to this city
on their boats, to seo that they are not
afllicted with a contagious diseases, Only a
few days ago a woman came over on one of
tho transfer boats, who was at tho time
nlllicted with small-pox and she was sent
to the pest house where she now is the only
inmate. A little caution exercised by those
having charge of the deck and cabins of
the boats will avoid such cases in future.
Springfield Register : "Our farmers
are beginning to understand tho fallacy of a
homo market.' They raise wheat in com
petition with India, Russia and the whole
world. When wheat declines in Liverpool it
goes down iu Chicago. The home market
does n' t preveut wheat being cheap. Some
fanners believe in paying a taritf tax to the
manufacturer because they consume wheat,
corn, etc. Does not the farmer return this
return this favor by consuming manufact
ured goods? Do the manufacturers give
fanners any bounty because they con
sume?" Some time ago Deputy Sheriff Myers
and Constable Sheehi'ii arrested a white
man, a fisherman, upon tho complaint of
another fisherman who charged that tho
prisoner bad stolen bis rifle. Complainant
lived near Chuto No. 2 and the prisoner
had been living in the vicinity for several
week?. Discovering tho loss of his rille, he
made search and discovered the prisoner in
his skill making for Cairo, He jumped
into bis own skiff and gave chase, landing
on the levee here but a few minutes after
the fugitive did, but lost siu'ht of his mini
and invoked the aid of the officer to find
him and they found him. But being taken
before Justice Robiusou the plaintiff denied
his guilt, the gun could not be found and
the plaintiff could not prove his accusation.
Tlie result was the prisoner's discharge.
Though the officers were satisfied that the
man was guilty, and did not hesitate to tell
him so, yet they had to let him go. Yes
terday, however, incontestable proof of the
fellow's guilt was found in the shape of the
gun itself. It was found by a negro named
Ab. Maham, near the water's edge, on
Oliio levee, liht where the fugitive had
landed with his skiff. The reasonable con
clusion is that the fellow threw the guu
overboard into the river just before landing,
and, the river going down, it was exposed.
It is now being held for the owner.
Officers Mahanny and Dunn brought to
light a case of unusually aggravating nature
yesterday. Of course, the public will not
be surprised to learn that the case was
brought forth from the Clark Block, on
Ohio Levee, an institution that has long
been regarded by the public as capable of
hiding within its dirty walls any and cTery
form of iniquity. The case referred to pre
sents, first, a poor white woman named Josie
O lem, the mother of three children, the
youngest a little girl five months old. A
widow who came here but a few months
ago, taking up her residence in one of the
compartments of Clark's hell where she
has lived ever since after a manner. The
case presents, secondly, a vicious looking,
black negro, named Benjamin Hall, who
forced bis company upon the woman and
by all manner of threats frequently made
and also frequently executed by assaults
with fists and with deadly weapons he
succeeded in so terrorizing the woman that
she saw herself compelled to submit to his
constant presence, and to live with him.
Hall, so said the woman in Magistrate Com
ings court yesterday, watched over her con
stantly, so that she could not leave the
premises to take tteps for her relief, and re
repeatedly threatened to kill her if she left
or made complaint. Sunday night Hall us
saulted the woman wilh a stick of wood and
drawing a pistol, threatened to shoot her.
The officers were on hand arrested him
and yesterday brought him into court. City
Attorney Hendricks brought the chargo of
assault with a deadly weapon, and with in
tent to commit rape agaiust the prisoner,
under tho state law, and the court held the
brute to bail in the sum of $.100. Hall
went to the County Jail to await trial in
the County Court, and the victim of bis bru
tal passions will have relief.
The Democratic platform on the poli
tical situation: "The Democratic party of
the Union, through its representatives in
National Convention assembled, recognizes
that a3 the nation grows older, now issues
are born of time and progress, and old
issues perish. But the fundamental priuci
ciplcs of Democracy, approved by tho uni
to 1 veicc of the people, remain, and will
ever remain, as the best and only security
for the continuance of free government. The
preservation of personal rights of tiio States
and tho supremacy of the Federal Govern
ment within the limits of the Constitution,
will ever form the truo basis of our liber
ties, and can never be surrendered without
destroying that balance of rights and pow
ers which enables the continent to bo de
veloped in peace and social order, to be
maintained by means of local self-government.
But it is indlsponsiblu for tho prac
tical application aud enforcement of theso
fundamental principles that tho Govern
ment should not always be controlled by a
political party. Frequent change of
administration is as necessary as
constant recurrence to the popular
will. Otherwise nbuses grow, and tho
Government, instead of being carried on for
tho general welfare, becomes an instrumen
tality for imposing heavy burdens on tho
many who aro governed fur tho benefit of
tho few who govern. Public servants thus
become arbitrary rulers. This is now tho
condition of tho country. Henco a changed
js domamlu'l. Tin R.'ptiblicin party, so
far as principle is concerned, Is a reminis
cence, In pratico it h an organ ization for
Examine our Liro slock of Li?ht Wear Underwear from
tlie 15-cpnt jjauze Undershirt to the linest $5,00 JJalbrian.
Our stock ol Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
Thread, Ualbrian and Silk Half-Hose.
S-T-E-A-W H-A-T-S g
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "I 'lilaco" Clothier.
OFFICE: Kooni No. 1,
7tf OHIO LEVEE,
COM PAX IKS It I
Liverpool and London ami (Hobo,
(u'nuai.'ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Spriugiicld F. & M. Ins.ro,
Howard Iih- Co.,
Fanner's tire Ins. Co.,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
v I f I
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOYES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and Aate "Ware,
Diid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Wetlake Oil. Oasoliue and Ons Moves, Jwroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled I'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Hunters, Etc., Etc.
5o& 27 & 3
TKLKPHOXE XO. !'G.
enriching those who control its machinery.
The frauds and jobbery which have been
brought to light in every department of the
Government are sufficient to have called
for reform within the Republican party, yet
those in authority, made reckless by the
long possession of power, have succumed to
its corrupting influence and have placed in
nomination a ticket against which tho in
dependent portion of the party are in open
revolt. Therefore, a change is demanded.
Such a change was alike
necessary in 1876, but the
will of the people was then defeated by
a frau 1 which can never be forgotten or
condoned. Again, in 1830, the change de
manded by the people was defeated by the
lavish use of money contributed by unscru
pulous contractors and shameless jobbers,
who hal bargainel for unlawful profits or
About the Msdigan circular the Boston
Pilot of recent date says editorially: '"They
always come home, the lies and injustices.
They have no refuge at last but on tbe
doorstep of those who first sent them forth.
The power of tho "Irish vote" in America,
holding the balance of power at any time
it pleases, is for the first time terribly near
and clear to the selfish and dishonest nation
that banished the Irish from their own
country. Forever, this earned hatred in
the West will be a cloud in ths eyes of
England. Tho future will give it power
and purpose. Tho banishment of the Irish
people is coining home to roost. Among
American politicians we have another strik
ing illustration. A few years ago, when
Mr. Madigan, a Catholic gentleman of
the highest character and position in Maine
ran for Congress, tho Republican party op
posed him with cowardly malevolence on
tho ground of his religion. Mr. Blaine, their
candidate for the presidency, if he did not
actually write, certainly circulated docu
ments asking, "Do tho Protestant Demo
crats of tho Fourth district want to bo rep
resented in Congress by a Roman Catholic?
and advising Protestant Democrats thus:
"Remember that you owe more to religious
sentiments than you do your party, and tho
proper rebuke to your party for asking you
to votn for a Catholic is to support tho
Republican nominees. It is nine years ago
since this circulur was issued. It had tho
effect desired by Mr. Blaino and tho Re
publicans of Maine; Mr. Madigan was de
feated and much religoius ill-feeling was
aroused. But now the disgrace has come
homo and Mr. Biaino and party aro vain
ly trying to drive it away. They declare
that it was offensive to Protestant Repub
licans, and that Republican postmasters
tried to suppress it. This is a knave's
lying excuse. Were it tho truth, it would
have been offered nine years ago. Now it
is only tho frightened coward's outcry
against tho foul bird that has como homo
to ro ist at tho wrong time.
Wednesday next at 10 a. in. tho house
hold goods and storo fixtures, ico chests,
cooler, scales, oil can, cadics, etc., of tho
lato Mathew Clarke, will bo disposed of at
tho residence of his family corner 11th
nnd Commercial avenue. 3t
M. & 0. R. K. iUiildinir
New York Underwriter's Agency,
Oprinan-Aiiiei ican Ins Co,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
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Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Nutlce Id tliit column iorce line er li - i'lCi'n'.l
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t'Ull SALE -Two delrWe lot on ti'iih Street,
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LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Siiccessr r to Chas. T. Xewland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
Drive Well Force anil Lift t'limpt furnlntiwd and
out up. Aijent for tbe Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
thebe.t pnmp ever Invented. New Gap FUturca
fiirnlihed to order. Old fixtures repaired and
tjer-Jobblng promptly attended to. 31'Mf
FLOUR, GRAIN AND Rkl
flisrhflst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
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Grand Central Stores
OJS I RO. - - ILL.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
tub St., bet. Oblo Levee A Commercial jut
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