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THE DAILY OAIRO HULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MOliNING, JULY 1G, 1884.
Matters and Things as They Ap
pear nt tho Capital of Our
Arrest of Aherloe, the German Who Of
fered Indignities to the Colors
Consul-General Merritt Already Carrying
Out the Instructions of the Sec
retary of State.
City or Mkxico, July 15. A mot re
inarkable attempt at robbery was made
the other night at the Solcdad de Santa
Cruz Church. It is not unusual in this
climate to bury people at very early hours
In the morning; so the priest did not thiuk
it s-trauijo when a certain funeral was set
at 4 a. in., and permission asked to place
the corpse in the church the night before
The heavy collln was taken in and placed
before the altar and the place locked up.
During the night the dogs of the sacris
tan made a great noise, and ou that iudi
vidual going into the church he saw a
man jumping off an altar on which stood
one of the images, ile called assistance,
but no trace could be found of the in
truder. At last they looked in the coffin,
and there found a living thief in place of
a corpse, and in his possession all the
most valuable jewels of the church.
Advices from Chiautla t-tate that the
lluehuetal revolutionists who were 200
strong have been met an 1 completely dis
persed by a force of .State cavalry.
Advices from Uuadale-Jara report that
section in a terrible condition, Crime is
rampant, and the Toleiiinto Govern
ment is only bent ou self-aggrandizement.
Advices from Japala state that an at
tempt to raise a revolution there and sack
the stores has been nipped in the bud.
l ive of the ringleaders have been sent to
Sun Juan Dcula.
Scnor Fernandez has successfully, ne
gotiated a 8:1,000,000 loan for the City of
Mexico in l'aris.
The General Government is trying to
negotiate a $'1,000,000 loan on its own ac
count. Thousands of cattle are perishing in
the State Queretaro for want of water.
They never had a worse drought.
General l'eiia, it is said, has resigned
the Secretaryship of the Treasury of Mat
Advices from down the coast state that
there is much trouble at Comalcoles,
Mate of Tobasco, between Catholics and
l'rotestants, whrch may result in a riot.
Tho Legislature of this same State has
passed a law paying a bounty of live dol
lars for each agricultural laborer im
ported. The yellow fever is quite bad at Guy
ainas, and several cases have appeared at
Mazatlun. People are fleeing from the
latter place, and the people of Jlermosilla
Iwve put. a quarantine ou the Souora
llaiiroad line, and examine every train
aud oblige the cars to be fumigated be
lore allowing them to pass. The fever
this year appears to be coullned to the
l'acilic Coast, aud as vet none has ap
peared at auy oi the Guif ports.
The JociMs are, however, making up
for it. In several places of the State of
Vera Cruz they have destroyed every ves
tige of the standing corn, aud tho people
fear .starvation. In the State oi Yucatan,
o poor have they rendered the people,
that in many places they have been
obliged to give up liiihting the streets,
the towns not being able to pay for the
The Mexican Central Kuilwav Company
is about reduciug its freight tariffs con
biderably, especially on the fruit shipped
to the United States. Mexican fanners
are anxious to extend their fruit ship
The sanitary conditions of this city arc
very bad, aud there are grave apprehen
sions of a cholera invasion. A slight
shock of earthquake was experienced
huiiday night, continuing four seconds.
Io damage was done.
.MUtl SlI.li l il; INDIGNITIES TO THE Tlll-
I'aiuh, July 15. Aherloe, whose action
yesterday in tearing down the tri-colorof
i'rauce and spitting upon it led to riotous
demonstrations at the Continental Con
sulate has been arrested by the French au
thorities. It is understood that the Ger
man Consul-General w as consulted in re-
Bard to the matter and the arrest made
alter that olllcial expressed the oiiinlnn
that the case was merely a local one, to
legmaicu uy uio police, ana had no In
leruaUoiml bearing. Aherloe claims that
he was under the influence of liquor at
uu lore uowu the Hag.
TaIUS, July 15,Mi Ferry ftud Lj f
MU' iu vmueso Minister, ilk. rlUr-nin
the question as to who tired the flrst shot
at Lang Sou. The imvmcm tf ti, i,i...
liity demanded by France depend ui.ou
roruix, July 15. There were thirteen
deaths here last night. The disease Is
increasing in this country.
Mai:skiu.i:s, July 15. There were
thirty-live deaths from cholera here la.-t
L'AKKYIXO Of f INSTHCCTIONS.
London, July 15. Edwin A. Merritt,
United States Consul-Goucral, has re
fused to grant clean bills to vessels leav
tug London and Liverpool for parts in
th United States, unless an American
Inspector certify of thu health of those on
Loxi.ox, July 15. A meeting of con
servative members of the House oi Lords
was held at tho Carlton Club Houso this
morning, at which it was decided not
to surrender the position they had taken
that no franchise bill should be passed
without a distribution of parliamentary
Loxdo.v, July 15. Austria has asked
the 1'orte to co-operate in tho measures
to prevent cholera entering Austria uud
Odkssa, July 15, two weeks cholera
quarantine ban been ordered ricrc against
vmee from the Modlterraru.
I)i ni.ix, July 15. James Kills French
director of Detective Department of tho
lioyul Irish Constabulary, ami who was
connected with tho Cornwall case, lias
oeun nrresiuu on a chargo of felonious
Caijio, July 15. Two hundred Turks
in tho Egyptian army at Abassles were
orucrod to Assouan. When called oil to
start 1130 had deserted.
TKLKGHAI'lliat FOtt TItOOl'S.
The citizens of Douijola havo tele.
graphed the Khedivo to send troops to
tiieir ussistance, and offer to pay ttlUcx
Glasgow, July 15.-James Walkcr,Wio
suspected dyuamlter, when arrested
made a desperate resistance and at
tempted to shoot and stab his captors
lie had a revolver and cartridges of
American manufacture; also papers giv
ing the names of supposed dynamiters.
Collided Near the Coast.
I'oktlaxp, Me., July 15. Tho steamer
rew Brunswick, tho last remaining oi
four steamers of tho International Line,
which left Boston yesterday morning for
St. Johns, collided last night off Seguiu
Light with tho schooner Lottie K. Hop
kins. The schooner was badly damaged
una me steamer slightly Injured.
Lawyer Campbell of Cincinnati.
Uxcixxati, 0., Jury 15. Tho disbar
ment proceeding of T. C. Campbell was
postponed till to-morrow ou accounUof
other engagements of his counsel.
Several Narrow Escapes.
Kociiestek, Pa., July 15. FircJtfila
morning destroyed a row of dwelllngwbe
longing to Lucy Johnston and several
other buildings, among which was tho
Framer's Printing ollice aud Vander
slice's livery stable. Several narraw cs
capes with life occurred. Loss tibout
Killed for Oattinsr Between Wifejarfd
Laxcastkh, Kv., July 15. Kobert HasJ
kins shot and killed Sam Goodloo Satur
day night at Davlstown, twelve miles'
north of this place, in Garrard Couuty.
Both are colored men. llasklus gave
himself up promptly. Ile says that Good
loe got between him and his wife, audi
that they "had some trouble over it lasfc
Monday night. Ou Saturday night Good-
loe was following him with a pistol whom
the killing occurred.
Grain and Provisions.
1 TICS DAI'. JULY 15. KM,
Cotton Steady; nrddlinif. Vi&c.
FLorn Steady: XXX to choice. fa.lUiU.4t:
patent. &.?u&ii.:.'5 Sv-
wiihAT-iu-ner; No. 2 Ked, Gs5iu for
new; No. i Ut'il, now, i.mc.
t'ollN-St (!; No. 2 tnixea. I'lftVr.e: Uu. 2
white inixe'I. i4'4 'i-Vi'c.
hats xomimii: no. :i!''.:ii!4c.
ltVK In denmud; No. 2. .V-jC.
T oilACCO I'iriii: luirs: cniuinnn in hmin
$').7.VilU.0o; leaf: common reil leal, frs.uuij
lu.on: meilium to trood if 1'..VU17. j0.
MAY J'riiirut ..(K)!,i..ril for urimn tn
choice: clover mixed. i't-i. 10 lor common lo
prime: tiniotliv, fi'.UOrilT.UO tor prune to-"trilt
llt'TTKii Firmer: cliolcoto lnricv rrentm rv
IWcJue: dairy, choice to luncy, Itniliic; low
J-.m.s l inn. nt. lif.iouo tor strictly fresh.
1'otatok l'irin nt W'Mr i or luishel for
Eeiirl.v I iliio, mid fi"..Vu lor Eiiny liosc.
j'ouit i ait iy itetivc: new mess, f in.:ii5l'i.u
i.Mtu Nominal; prime steam. 0 ViiTc.
IUcon-Loiiim, H?,:v'.c: shorts. U'n'gU'ic:
cleur ritis, W'Fe.
Wool TuImvihnp.1. clinice. Sic: fair.
2!i'(CJ 'ic; diniry and low 2(i rJ.s. rnwutlied
Lhoico medium, 'M 'ic; vo) averaifu me bum
l'.'i(,--Ue: selected nsnit line li'ftr.lo; i--oljiv-crairc,
Ki'olTe: licavv Hf'il.ic: conitum.'. 4
omoil, aK(.::ic: comtiln, low (triiues, l.i (. lo.
HlbliS Ouiet: clrv Hint. lDc: dnmiiiod.
i:tc: mills or sta.'S. Mc; dry sali'-il.
!:: dry salted, rtaiimirel, 10o: "kii) and
calf, suited. ",c; uaimi'ed, C'io: l.uus nn I
BinifS, 0J4c; green, uneured, 7hc;nlainuged,
Sheep Telts Steady; trreen. TOIsOe: drv
do, 4U'f-70e., us to amount and quality of wo 1;
preen shearlings, loe; dry do, lUii'lio; luiut)
Wheat llitrhr-r; No.'2 Hed, Auirust. !iT;,.c:
September, tiJ4e; (.letoOer, !W;ic; N'oveni
ber, Cons Steady; August, IXlV:; .September.
W'te; Octolier, till1 it-.
Dats Weaker: Julv. ,Sic: August. 33'-a
September, o.;;,e; Dctolier, IWe.
( lllCA jo.
Wheat l'iiinir: .lulv. t-le: Anrmt
62'Tc: September, s4'hc; Dctohfr, M'i4r)c.
loHN I inner: .lulv. r-1 J ; . ; Aiiltilji t.'n-
September, uPe; Dctolier, iW.Se; year, ,e-
DATS Stlomrcr: Julv. '.: jVniniat ),.! .....
September. 2i'4c; year, ::r?oC.
l'uiiK-llitrher; July, 2:.!10: Au'iUt
; iscptciubtT, ; Detober, jil.ou:
year. $l:;.iKj. '
I.Aiii.-l,(,wer: July, ?7.(ir,; Amiun. tT.d.V,
Septeml er, t 2i.i; (K iober. 7.:ili; year ; u;
siioar ltnw-Jutv. r.r.Vi: Auirust,
September, t,.tie; Detober, t7.:.7'
Livo Stock Markets.
Keceipls; lh.OHi; market iiiiiet, slow
and unelmnt'cd; liirht, J4.K)'!5. 10; romrli pack-
... ' V. .'-" neiivj Jilll KllIK ami slllpplntr,
vrn.r.-Uceeipts. il.tlK); market Mronir on
......... vM,on,-, si,..i,.:m; po(i tn eboiee,
nh..U'(,ii.'i: eiiinmun to lair, 'i.niK'V s,p T,.v.
,.,V.l,!,;,:,",:U'',:"i,"i' 1 'aarket low; com
nioti to Itur, 2,Ui; Kuod to choice, t .ua j
i at ri.i -Mifi kct lairly active and a ehudo
iiil'iiit; I'.astcrn demand active: Indiana
ii im.iii i,i"i io i. nie )nniii. ?n.7:(..;.ii(i
iroin i,m in i,hm poun is, l.2.V" 0; fr tun
iu i,ipkmii.. u vi -rape a' 1 1.111 (.mif,; fair to eno 1
, piuchits aim icclers
.f-l.l ,vi;ai III C'i.Wyl."".
SiiKEi' ami bAvins-Miirkel active, llrm and
hih 'r. Dileri'ifri iniilnly of iuir 1o medium
inadcn; medium to cii'id sheep of from mi 10
imiDS. tivcnue H.Kc?r.(lil; inferior to lair
i-ncep irom ,11 i,, .- ins. avenge f2.:,i l.im;
Rood to choice lainlw, f ll.ll K,.il.7o.
ljliui;s Market dull; irood to choicn Vnr:ci-N
c-. i . poor 10 iiii'inuin. ?ii.Sirn...4.i; liutcll
ern unides, J."i.oi.ii.7."; ehoie , j.'i.tvV.v.-i.'.iu; i
i.ATTi.r.-ioce.pt2,Wl; Kg' tinnv nn ilium
niirciy Meuuy; Ii.ilivi! Htccrx ill 1,2 (1 to ,i)
liounc K Hveniifc, Jsi.fin.ni.:!.-.; do, Hiti to l.ltm
M e 'r' tn levan,
ItiMis-itcceipti f.,iHi,'j wc'ak'aiH liie lo wr;
1 01s of ilk, to :uu II.k. Hveraj-e .-MW...VT0
m ilnlv, .'i.li)v,.-,.2ti.
elnl,t'''1,''''t'i,'l4, W; f,l'U,y u"
Money and Stock Market.
New Yoiik. .Inly ir,.-Monev 2 per ci'iil..; Ex-
iir!!.".1".','1"1'-'1 u"'1 u''l'nKcd; tiovenimenU
eurreiicy u:i,id; i eoupon, 1 1
trto.lay ha t.i..i, KtmriR. l'rlccs U.mn to
lZlTJ'Tnm ,h,;"V""'nl:, under th- , 11 ,.
C cc of (ail manipulation, nd Ntemlily coi .
t. 1111.nl t,n tin. riH- thio.mho.il the morniuiJ
I ho 1,,-t .r,w mice niornhiK arc u"r " it at
OENKUAIi LOCAL ITEMS
Mayor Charles Heed, of I'ailueah, ac
companied by several prominent citizens of
our sister city, was in town yesterday.
Wanted 10 pounds of clean, white,
cotton rags at The I5uu.ktin Oflice. tf
-Notice fast duo accounts will be
thankfully received by Win. 51. Davidson
Tho ferryboat Three States is back
airain, making her usual trips under the
skillful management of Capt. Hacker, Ku
gineer Cassidy and Clerk Devore. Slin is
a daisy now.
Lost A black-aud-tuti ratterier iiitcli
A liberal reward will be p tid fur tlio return
to City National 11 ink. yt
.Mr. l'eter Neil' s houses on Ohio Livee
will be three stories above the levee, and
A I . . . t .
me two together will make tho most
copaciotts structure on the levee, excepting
Clark Si Lovett are idforitig ready
made frames cheaper than ever. They
have an immense line of mouldings suita
ble to every taste at bottom figures, tit
Several members of Mr. Patrick Fitz
gerald's family, who were dangerously sick
a wee ajjn, are aoic 10 oe fibotlt again.
1. . . .n. 1 ,
The eldest daughter, Slits Maggie, was at
the point of death for several days.
The Tenth Street pump needs repair
ing Bghin. learns, to get water, must
either all congregate at Smith Brothers and
wait for their turns some times a cnnsiJera
able time, or go to the Court IIoujj.
-The indications are that the political
campaign will bo cxceciinglr warm one,
both State and National. Both raitits
will put forth their best efforts to win a de
cisive victory, and this time, as in '70, the
best party and the best men wiil win.
Cleveland's inauguration will bo fatal to
the patty of corrupt politicians.
-The Democrats of Joncsboro, Union
County, are also wide awake. A grand
ratificatioa meeting is advertised for that
city next Saturday, at which lions. Jas. C.
Robinson, of .Springfield, W. J. Allen, t f
Carbondale, F. E. Albright, of Murpbys
boro, Geo. W. Hill, of JIurpliysboro, D. T.
jinegir, of Cairo, and Jao. W. Burton, of
Marion, are all to speak. Cairo will doubt
less contribute a good siz-.-d delegation.
One of the biggest contracts for paint
ing that lus been let in this section of the
country for some time back is probably
that of painting the Marine Hospital build
ings now under way in this city; and
Messrs. Clark it Lovett have carried
off the prize. It is roughly estimated that
the job 19 worth not less than '2,500. It
will be some weeks before any of the build
ings will be far enough advanced for
A collision occurred on the St. Louis
and Cairo road about two miles below Alto
Pass yesterday afternoon, between the
north and south bound passenger trains.
The engineers discovered the danger in
time to reverse their engines ami the col
lision was not so serious hb it might have
been. But the engines were both consid
erably damaged, though not a truck in
either train left the track and no damage
was done to tlie trains. The engineers utd
firemen were also unhurt.
The Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific
Railroad Company has issued a map of tho
United States, for free distribution in tho
cities along its lines, which is a very super
ior piece of woik. It is thirty-six by forty
two inches in size, cloth bound and moun
ted ready for the wall. It is a recent pro
duction, giving all the railroads, and all
the political divisions in sharp outlines,
down to the counties, as well as all the
cities, towns and villages on all railroads
and rivers; also the divisions of time accord
ing to the recently established standard.
It is a vahiab'e addition to any office.
The total number of negroes in the
United States is estimated at 0,000,000, or
one-ninth of the entire population. Only
seven Northern States have a higher colored
population than 20,000, and of these the
highest is Pennyslvania, with 05,000. The
last census indicated the fact that the
whito population doubles itself every twenty-five
years, while tho negro does the same
in every twenty-five yeais. From theso
figures a writer in tho North American
Review, making allowance for foreign and
Northern immigration, concludes that in
100 years the negroes in every Southern
State will be double the number of whites.
Monday night the Republicans of the
city held a ratification meeting at tho C'outt
House. The affair was very quietly gotten
up; but was largely attended, nevertheless,
by the colored voters who formed about
ninety per cent of the audieuce. The main
object was the organization of a Blaine and
Logan club, which was done, several hun
dred signing the constitution. The mcot
iug was presided over by Judge I). J. Baker,
as Temporary Chairman. Mr. L.
D. Bailey was ducted permanent
Secretary of tho club and Mr.
George Fisher, Permanent Treasurer. Tho
meeting was addressed by Mr. Walter War
der, Mr. W. N. Butler, Mr. Linniug nud
Judgo J. J. Bird.
Tho local Board of Health met at tho
Council Chamber yesterday and took somo
wise precautions against the possible im
portation of disease into the city. They
appointed five assistant health officers, 000
in cacb ward, who will bu under tho di
, ruction of Officer Scbutter and will n.ako
it a point to visit and inspect every prem
ises in their respective wards. They nlso
ordered tho purchase of livo barrels of cop
peras, ono for each ward, for disinfection
where necessary ; and they instructed the
Chief of Police to order all curlers of pass
engers into the city to exercise all possible
care against bringing sick persons into the
city. Tho board's action was both timely
and wise, even though there is as yet not
the slightest indication that any danger is
near or even approaching.
-Dick Williams, a negro cr ated a dis
turbance in his household yesterday by
beating his wile and throwing tho house
hold goods out of doors. Ho was arrested
by Ollirer Mihanny and taken before Jus
tice Robinson ; but he Bwore that he did
not believe he could get there that which
he did not want, Justice, and the Cotnt
sent him to 5Iagistrate Comings. This did
not suit him either, lie expresM'd the be
lief that he had jumped fioin the frying-pan
into the lire. But the matter could not be
helped now ; he had to make the best of the
situation and he did. The Court fined him
f and costs aud gave him stay of one
lu ur, which lie took.
A team of mules' hitched to a wagon,
standing in front of Capt. N. H. Thistle
wood's stable on Commercial Avenue jes
tirJay afternoon, took a notion to tun
away, and did so, leaving hind wheels and
bed where they started from and taking
the tongue and fiont w heels with them to
near T-velfth Stieet where they were stop
ped. There was no ono in tho wagon and
the team was unhitched. The mules barely
escaped being killed by the Wabash engine
that was coming up the Avenue quite slow
ly. It is a fct that nine run-awajs (.tit of
ten would not occur if the horse or horsis
were hitched as required by tho ordinances;
and therefore in nine cases out of ten there
is no one to blame but the owner.
-By advertisements in special locals it
tnav tie seen mat .ntsr$. uoiusttne vV
Rtfon water Inve closed out their lure
tick of clothing and gent's furnishing
v.ods to Dr. E. W. Whitlock, who, with
the assistance of his "big brother," Thomas
W., wiil continue the business nt the old
bind as heretofore. Messrs. Whitlock aie
both Cairo boys w hose careers among us
ave been always marked by integrity and
good business tact; and both command the
well-deserved respect of the community,
als.) the patronage in a business way, so
that there is no need to commend them to
the public fnvor. Dr. E. W. will continue
to give his close attention to his profession
as dentist in which he ins long htl 1 the
first position in this community, while Mr.
T. W., a business man of many years exper
ience and a most agreeable disposition,
will have charge of the store. They wiil
prosper, as they should.
The case of The People vs. Bill Scott
was taken up for preliminary examination
in Justice Robinson's court yesterday after
noon. All parties 1 0 the case were present,
including Martin Hamilton, the negro
whom Scott shot in the leg in his saloon
down town. The defendant was represent
ed by Mr. Geo. W. Hendricks and a colored
lawyer; while States Attorney Leek appear
ed alone for The People. Five witnesses
were examined for The People, all of w hom
agreed in the statement that the shooting
was uncalled for, and Hint Hamilton had
nothing in bis hands and was making no
demonstrations of any kind agiinst Scott
or any one was, in fact, in the act of leav
ing the houso in accordance with Scott's
request at the time Scott fired two shots at
him, one of which took elf;ct in Hamilton's
knee. All also agreed that Hamilton, just
before tho shooting, had a billiard cue in
bis hand with which he threatened to
strike a young negro named Jackson; but
that when Scott requested him to lay the
cue down he promptly did so. Scott and
his witnesses swear directly contrary to this
upon important points in the case. They
say that when Scott fired, Hamilton, with
cue in band and up raised, wa-just in the
set of turning upon and 111 oving toward
Scott. When the court adjourned the tes
timony was nearly ail in, and the case was
continued till 1 o'clock hltcinoon.
The young Democrats of this city
will bold tho second grnnd meeting of the
campaign at the Court Housu next Friday
night. The meeting is called for the pur
pose oi organizing a campaign club of the
young voters of the party, and inaugurating
tho work of the campaign. Not in this
city alone, but in tho country at large, the
young Democrats are destined to take
a leading part in this campaign more so
than they have ever done before; and the
manner in which they started out here
proves them to be entirely equal to the oc
casion and able to bear the great responsi
bilities that will be imposed upon them.
And it is right that they should take an
active part. Tho young men of tho coun
try arc better represented on tho Demo
cratic tickets, State and National, than
they ever were before in tho political his
tory of tho country. Cleveland is com
paratively a very young man, only about
forty-seven years old. Henry Seiter, the
next Democratic Lieutenant-Governor, is
also a young man, so is John W. Burton;
so is F. E. Albright all young men whose
character and ability have elevated them
above thci r immediate surroundings and com
mended them to tho favor of tho Democrat
ic party of tho district, State and country.
The young men of the party are to-day the
workers of the party, the bono and sinew
the chief clement of strength ; and they nrc
CN 1 T 1 w H flri'I
M M UK UJNUMYY Ml(
Examine our largo -lock of Light Wear Underwear from
tho IfH'ont gauzo Undershirt to the iinest fri.lH) Jlalbriggaii.
Our stuck of Summer Hosiery is complete com prisinyfLisle
Thread, lialbrian and Silk Ualf-loe.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws ii specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and' Waists
The "I'lilac'!.--' Clothier.
OFFICK: Koom Xo. I,
7 O.M K 1J:VKK,
com i a n i i :s k i
I i crp 1 it ml I. hdo-i ami (.lube,
(ieiiiniriii Kite Ins. Co..
Springfield F. ,V M. Ins. Co ,
Howard Ins. Co.,
I'lU iin i's rii e Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co ,
WM. Jl. DAVIDSON,
SIDY KS, -:- RANG liS,-:- TIN,
1 apMiincil l'ri-Iiii and Aiilr Wnic,
il C;u;vs, Uatli TuIk Water Coolers - Ice Cream Free.cis.
.irciit lor Adams & Wctl.ilvi Oil. i.n-oliiic and d'm stove. Idtroit
Safe Co.. Hamilton steel I'lows, Cliillml I'lou, Walking Ciiltivalor-,
( til n Slii llcrs, l l,uiti l, I to , I'.te.
TKl.KPllUN 1-; NO. :.'(.).
a!f r.ij.i'i y t-ik.c en.-!'.'' !!: rank hiuoij
the c- n:i-'lof ' I tf." I'-n'y. T!.e work (if
t'-dei-nii(!i; tie.- c- mtry ir-'jn tliu bunds of
ri:i- 1 f uti-MC'Ui! i.i i 'i;i nio will be
clii. fly ill ir-, mil I U.irri v.i.l u's be the.
-Ci'.-v ! -h 1 ca.r- i l:i-ii Americans.
Whit II .n. Mi.-:i e- Pm bin of the Western
Wut!:'i:n i'l h.it t i IV Ujxm the ullbji-Ct :
,-I tiii'.k I.e.: i.!., is a (.:.'! i ;ic. I tl.il.k
Ml tin; o;.j.i)!.'.i'.:i in Iv.-.v York wi.I be
wiped out b'.-f'le tiv: d .y nf idcOti n. The
li;f :.-'.'.(:; ! t .V'.'"i) this fcifli tti m n r.v iirel
fi.ar yeirs 'i.;'i it Vi.l then tie- ).:iir:
Ci tt'.i tuic K uji iheir li its, J i u r r i 1 1 i und let
th ; cuiijuin Uki cir of its-rif, but now
it 'a ovi l.;ht to every oii'j t!;iit we inu-t work
and all are ar-i i.v 1 to the fict tire) are t:ik
ii)' hold with a Wiil. A- to Ohio, it is
worse than fcilly f r the D .iuociatb to talk
of carrying th-it .State. Tiie t') nuio is
sues to be lookel al'er and njion which
the result of election hini-i are the . j posi
tion in New York an i ihe labor vote of this
country. There is rio'bin at all in the cry
about the opposition of the Irish CatholicH
to Cleveland. The Citliolicb" will ive him
their united support. Although his course
may not at all times have been fcati.sfi.ct
ory to tlcin, they record bim as acome'en
tious man who has always acted faithfuilj
in the performanco of what he conceived to
be his duly. The Iiish Catholics regard
Cleveland much the same as s uae of us in
St. Louis do Gov. Phelps. We know that
at certain times the Governor did things
which were against the interest of ft.
Loun. and still we c-tn find no fault with
bim fordoing what he conceived to bo riht.
I think that Cleveland will prove a must ac
ceptable man to the party, and that it will
soon be over, and tho whole party will
unite on Cleveland with sullicient stiength
to carry him safely through all obstacles."
North Carolina Climate.
Postmaster and Justice of the Peace, Com
pany Shops, Alamance Co., N. ('., Mr. M.
M. Sh'ill'ner, writes, he has used St. Jacobs
Oil for rheumatism, cuts, swelled ankles
and knees, pains in the back and sorethroat.
One or two applications in each case tins al
ways cured, and he beleives the Great Ger
man Remedy is the best in the world.
Wednesday next nt 10 a. m, the house
hold goods and store fixtures, ice chests,
cooler, scale?, oil can, cadics, etc., of the
late Mathew Clarke, will bo disposed of at
the resilience of his family corner 11th
and Commercial avenue. ot
Mr. L. II. Patterson, of Cupake, Ills.,
aJds his testimony to the mass that is daily
received acknowledging the v.rttica of Ath
lopboro.o. lie writes, "For the last live
years I havo been subject to severe attacks
of rheumatism which would caus-e me the
most excruciatinc pain in my chest.' Was
oblidtjed to put myself under the doctoi's
care for two or threo months at a time, and
even then it was almost impossible to (,'et
any relief. The last timo I was taken my
son was at homo and I requested him to
call tho doctor, but he said ho had heard
of a new remedy for rheumatism called Ath
lophoros, and advised me to try it. I did
so, and was relieved of all the pain after
takiui; one bottle."
M. .V 0. U. Ii. I!uiMin
; i k i :s knt i : 1 :
New toi k I'mlei wi ili i Vs Agency,
On iniiii-Aiiiei ican Ins Co,
( ily of Loudon,
A in 11 dm Ins. Co,
Ciinliiinit.il in. fo,
Nm lit vvcs(ci H Mutual Life Ins. Co,
CAI IK), 111.
N.t!ci. in thin roll m il .iirei' lla.-c or U-rt .:,cvn r
ot.i-'n..Ttion or $1 oi iii ri,-. !i.
IO It S.VLK -H.Mi-c an.! let ti. -ivv-cl Mh A i. Ii
tl unJill rituii hv... lrijiiirc ur ow i.i r
j M KS. w . (i.LI.A.lirR.
j L'OU SAI.K Two lii-rlmliV loin on sr.-h Street,
i Coniii.t' li.vfiuu. APi-lr t-j Jim. A I'oon!.
LOUIS C. II EllliERT,
'Siicccsser to ("has. T. Xewkud an I
II. T. (ierould.)
Plumber. Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
CAI I CO.
Dflvc W.-ll Korrf anil Lift 1'uinjn farulflivit and
lu: i.ji. AiKH f.ir tliu Clclrtf d
'DUCKEYE FORCE PUMP ',
th hrt iitimit ev. r Invi-ntud. New (u Fixturt-n
(urtilnhi-il to ordi-r. Oid Hxturcs n-paired and
. t ifjolibine promptly attended to.
CAI HO, ILLINOIS.
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iliirhHtCash Price Paid for Wbf at.
IA II. SMI7II.
tUBKUT A, elllTU
(Ji'and Central Store.
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gjs mo. - - iLij.
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Mntlrt to Order.
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