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Till DAILY OAIRO 1WELETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1884.
WORSE THAN CHOLERA.
Tho City of Toulon Suffering
From n Siogo of Gaunt
Goods Traiii Imperfectly Shunted,
Wrecks an Express Train in
China Rejects the French Ultimatum
and a Sanguinary War Seems
WOIISK TIIAX CIIOI.KUA.
Maiim-ii.lks, July 1C M. Itousseau,
Minister of tho Interior and M. Pcsseau
Minister of I'ublic Works have arrived
here on a tour of inspection. The Pre
fect welcoming thoin at the depot said,
over 4"i,000 of the inhabitants had lied bj
railway and 20,000 by other roads leading
out of the city. The present momeut
threatened a more terrlblo scourge thar
cholera, namely, unprecedented want and
misery. Commerce and Industry are at
a standstill and great numbers of work
men are unemployed. M. Iiosscau as
sured the ottlcials of the sympathy of the
Government foi the people, and said the
utmost should lie done to relieve theii
a hei'OT 11 nix ED.
Marseilles, July 1C The Navigation
Company's depot at Sonacho has been
burned. Loss, one hundred million
Toulon, July 1C The number
deaths here from cholera last night was
twenty-two. Among those who died was
the wife of Admiral Pisque. Municipal
Counsellor Alazard was attacked by the
disease last night and died this morning.
M. Waldrcck Ueusseau, Minister of the
Interior, and M. llerrison, Minister ol
Commerce, have arrived. They vistcd the
bt. Mandrier Hospital.
Loxitox. July 10. A dispatch to tin
ZXu'ty Xi'ics from Dungola says that uoth
ing has happened to that place. Th
Emperor of Morocco has scut an envoy
to Mahdi bearing a letter, the purport ol
which is to have Gordon extricated from
bis present perilous condition.
TEliltlltl.K RAILROAD ACC1KEXT.
London', July 1(1. News Is just re
Delved of a terrible railroad accident at
I'cnistonc, a railway junction near llarns.
ley. The information received, which Is
meagre, says that the express train while
Jatihiug past the station at the rate of
thirty-live miles per hour struck the rear
car of a goods train which had not been
properly shunted, completely wrecking
tho express, killing twenty and wounding
forty of the passeugers.
;iUVA IIEKISES THE KIIENUI U LIT MAT I'M.
Pains, July 11. A dispatch just re
:eived from Shanghai states that China
rejected tho French ultimatum recently
forwarded to Pekiu by M. Patenotre, the
French Minister at Shanghai, in which
the demand for the payment of indemnity
was made by France for the alleged vio
lation of the Tien Tsin treaty at Lang Son.
The time for acceptance of the ultimatum
jxplres on the H'th, and, in the event of
China's still refusing the demand of
France, it is reported that Admiral Cour
lict has orders to bombard the forts at
Shanghai, and tlnit Admiral Lcspes will
Jisembark his forces ot Foo Chow and
seize the arsenal there,
ARUKSTIXG MORMON MISSIOXAUI ES.
Vienna, July 10. The police have bean
srdered to arrest all Mormon misslon
lrics detected in the act of endeavoring
to secure converts to that faith. War
rants have beeu issued for the arrest of a
missionary named Paul Haininer, oi
llt'IlN El) SWEETNESS.
New Orleans, La., July 10. Cnbai.
iidvices state that a large fire atMazattan
destroyed tho sugar warehouse of Seno.'
licuaeio uuu oeuui l'l-iiuuiu. i.uS
An Umpire in Trouble.
Lotisvit.i.E, Kv., July 10. Umpire
IJiennau is again iu trouble. Yesterday
tie received a dispatch from Secretary
IVicoff summoning him to appear before
ihe Board of Directors at Columbus nexl
Saturday to show cause why he should
hot be dismissed from the American As
sociation. Ju the nieautime he has been
tuspended and John Dyler, of this city,
temporarily appointed in his stead. Mr.
itrenn-.m says he has no Idea of the nature1
lit the charges preferred against him.
The Commercial Situation.
City ok Mexico via.JGai.vestox, Tex.,
fuly 1C An Important mectiugof manu
facturers and merchants was held hero
festerday to consider the commercial sit
uation. General Diaz, President-elect of the re
public, attended the ball given by tho
i'rench Colony Monday night, iu honor of
the F'reuch National fete, aud was loudly
cheered ou entering the hall. Three
thousand persons were present.
Not a Member of That Organization.
Rochester, N. Y., July 10. Mr. Pur
cell was asked last night if his refusal to
support Cleveland indicated tho action of
Tammany Hall. "You will state," said,
tic, "that my action has nothing to do
with Tammany or its probable course. I
tm not a member of that organization."
More Heavy Failures.
Nv.w York, July 10. The failure of
Edmuud Yard, Jr., & Co.', importers of
irbiw goot, with preferences ut $550,000
la just IgMi announced. The failure
:rcated considerable excitement on Wall
jtrott, and it Is reported tbut the liabili.
lies of the rlrm are heavy. The failure of
ft. Khctt is just announced iu the Petro
To Bun Short Time.
Atlanta, Ga., July 18. At a meeting
festerday ol tho presidents of the largest
lotton mills here, rpuning chiefly on
tirco-yard sheetings, it wan decided to
educe the production at least twenty-five
er cent, by shutting down part of each
Ilave ABig u3.'
Ihoxtox, 0., July 1G. II. C. Campbell
I Sons proprietors of tho Mount Yernou
and Allco Iron Furnaces with a capital of
$300,000 and credit high, have assigned.
A Big Haul.
Swaxtox, Vr., July Id. Tho post
ofllco here was burglarized last night
and the safe blown open. The work
was evidently dono by experts. Tho
thieves secured eight hundred dollars In
cash aud seven thousand In uotcs.
A Wild Car.
Pittsi'ielp, Mass., July 1C A car
loaded with marble rolled down ou the
Ilousatonlc ltallroad near Falls village
this morning, wrecking all tho other cars of
the train and killing llrakenian Charles
Jones, of West Stockbrldge, and cuttiu
a leg oS of an unkuown man who was
stealing a ride.
Democratic Mass Moeting at Louis villa.
Loii.kviu.i:, Kv., July 10. A formal
call has been Issued by the local Demo
cratic Committee- for a mass meeting to
night. Prominent Democrats from all
over the District have been Invited to at
tend and deliver addresses. Those who
have been announced to .speak are Henry
Wuttcrson ami Mayor Clias. Jacobs.
What Men Will Do Jor Money.
LonsviLi.E, Kv., July Hi. Mr. W. II.
llrown, a representative of the l!ce
(InzHtc, Is in the city, having eome hero
to test tho validity of the law against the
sale of that paper in Kentucky. Mr.
llrown will introduce his paper here, and
will allow himself to bo arrested inordec
to make the test.
A Town Nearly Consumed by Fire.
Gallatin, Tkxx., July 16. The littlo
town of Carthage, situated thirty-six
miles from Gallatlu, was nearly con
sumed by lire last night. The llames or
iginated in the dwelling of W. W. Ford,
in the center of a long row of dwelling
and business houses, and tho name
spread in either direction, and before
they could be cheeked thirteen houses
were burned to the Krouud. The origin
of the lire Is unknown, and many believe
it the work of au incendiary.
A Bicyclist Making a Tour of the World
Klmiart, Ind., July 1C Last evening
Thos. Stephens, au Englishman, who
is making a bicycle tour of the world,
passed through this place. Ho left San
Francisco April 2:', and expected to reach
New York about August 15th, where he
takes ship for Liverpool, where ho will
again amount his bicycle for Constantino
ple, thence returning to San 1-rancisco.
lie averages about lifty miles a day. II
is also writing a description of his travels
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, Jl'LV Hi, ll.
CoTTON-stonilys in'ilclliiit'. Ill7; ftl lsc.
Kl.ont Stt'inly: XXX 10 cliuice, fll.lllii'UI;
patents, f.".7iKitii.i1 in
W iii:at-W euker; No. 2 lieil, Mssv4u f r
new; No. 3 lleil, new, 7-'.7i'i:.
Chun-Weaker: No. 2 mixed, ivi Di'ie; No.
" while inixe.l, (Vie.
Oats Higher: No. 2. .'Ullc.
Hvk In ilenminl; No. fs';0.
TuiiACi'o Kinn; niirs; common to clwieo
f.".7.')(iJIU.(m; leal'; common rod leaf, tS.dUsJ
lU.IKi: medium lo ffntiil
Hav I'niirlo t'Mkj.LnH for priino to
clioico: clover unveil, f'nr.UI lor common to
prime: tiuiolliv, n.U(Atfcl7.ue lor prime to "gilt
Itt.'iTKii Firmer: ciioleelo tnncy creamery
E(it"c; dairy, clioiee to luney, ll'tiliie; low
nous firm, nr infill jC inr m ieuy nemi.
J'otatok.s I'irm hi .Vi'jffyCic or liushcl.
I'ohk Kairly tietive: new mess. l".!j,lt.00.
Laud Nominal; primo steam, fi(r,c.
1IACON Lonifs, syn'sc; short!), l?Bc;
Cleat ribs, S'sHUe.
wooi. I ub-wniliod, clioico, anc: rair.
WffKHjc: dinvy and low ir:JS. rnwashod--
l hoico uieMlum, i'ic; itnod nvcrano niouiutn
r.ittaaic: Ki'teeteil litrlit tltn' 1 .',Ho; (food uv-
crftsre, lifidTo; heavy Wtflie; comlimgr. '4
ukhmI, awo-le: eominnir, low irra'ies, Mtio.
Hides Ouiet; dry tl i tit. ltiu: daiimired,
i:ic: Dims or Piairs. 10c; dry suited,
13c; dry Ralteil, (lamaireil, ldc; kin nnd
fit If,- BAlteit. S'jC; dBiniiiriMl, d'je; liui,s ninl
Blaus, bt:; green, uueureil, 7'-ae; tlamiied,
Sur.r.P rci.TS Stnady; green, 707iSfle; dry
do, 4(J,K,70'., as to amount and qiuilityuf wool;
(riven Bhearling-s, I'm; dry do, lolie; lamb
WiiKAT-Weaker: No. 2 Heel, July, HT1;
August, V'xiV, September, H-'iSc; Uetouer,
Wi'e; Noveniber, fl.iiO'i.
Coun Steady; July .Mi'4; August, tll'ie;
Se-pteiuhoi- Wi'bc; dclolier, iiu14e.
OATS Steady ; July, XV'l Aii'u-ft, lil'ic;
Septemuer, X"se; (letolier, itl'je.
til If A IO.
Wiikat V inner; July, We; Auirust,
S-?54Mc; Sepleudier, KI'6i(JSej October, slJ4e.
t:oiiN Firmer; July, al '; Auvusl, KW;
SepU'inlier, Me; Oetolier, ole; year, 41e;
0. vTS-Sleady; July, Sli'-io; August, -'il'tc;
September, ii ve; jcar, 2.'ie.
lJoitK Mcudv; July, Aimu-st,
tZIM; September, .'..'.."i0; October, .'l.;iti;
year, f ll.Vi.
1, ahd Steadv; Julv, J7.07: Ainrust, f 7.0T',';
Seploml.ei-, f7.ii; October, f7.:c."j.
miokt Itias July, t't.M: AiiKUSt, f".0U;
Live Stock Markets.
lloirs Koceijits; 12,Ml; active mid stronf?
Mi.b.'c. higher; lijrlit. f 4.H0j-'. ill; rniiirli pack
inx, WWjM; heavy jMiekinif and shipidnif,
( atti.k Ueceipts, 7,' 0"; fancy exports,
f li.anudT.KI; Rood to clioiee, weaker; com
mon to fair, in, lower f.i.iiU'i.VSii; buteher-l
?:.HK.(4.HU; stoekcrs f i.U iWl.Ml.
Snv;r.i' UeeeiptH, ;.',.7U0; weak ; coininoii to
lair, t'!M'.ts,;!; moil 111 ill to jrood f :i..fiUi.4,V.
lit' I FA i.O.
r.CAiTi.f. rnelianjred; 1 ml 1:1 11:1 steers from
l,4oo to 1,'iiki p i.N, fil.7.ii'4i.im; lrom l,aw
to l,:mn poim Is, fii.iV" 10; from !l 1 to l.OiHl lbs.
nveiatreat f in.iiM': fairlovood native eows,
f-l :.'.'i .4.'.i; tock-rs and fee iei s very weak ill
Siii;f:i' and I.AMiis-rni lians-'ed: inediiim to
CO id sheep ol from SO lo I'KI lbs. meiaro
H-U'-'ili-ll Inferior 10 fair cheep troin7tito
Hi lbs. aveiaire ?:.'.5ui.j l.ni; (roud to choieo
1 nub.-. fii.UK'M'.i'i.
lloo: Market dull; (rood In i holee Ytirkorn,
t.:ij't "i!; poor to incdiuiii, 5."Vi.'i.4'; butoli
urn' tirades, f "i.'lii'-i.'i.I.i; eliu.e f.'i.NVit.ri.!Hl; 4
Catti.k Keeulpu 3,500; corn fed steudy;
Ki'ass Texans v-j-ak; native steers ol l,ittt
to 1,M0 lioiiinU'.iM'i-airc, f.'i.iio(.MI.;ei; do, '.i.'ill
to l,lii;iouuds m eruit', f I.7.Vi."i.:i; kio keiB
j:i.riKit4..Ki; cows f .'.ifni.1; ifiass 'I'cxus sti cih,
(t'lim 4.50; cow.s, ?iMi-;.)U.
lloiis-Heceipts. Mi.ihn,; weak and l ie lo.rer;
lo;s of 'JXi to ii.ii) lbs. iiM-rai.0 Jl.'.iU ifi.li;
111 Only, ?.'' .1.1(1.
I Smkii'. Heeeii'ts, id; lit 1111 in til I and nil
ehaiitrcd. Money aud Stock Market.
Nkw Voiik. July .1. Money i per cent.; Ex
elianue llrm, 4'K '( li'-j : doMJi'iiiiicnts tlrin;
cuirciiey, t,t, 1-4 bid; 4's, t'ouptin, 10 bd;
4't's, do. II : v bid. The market wrniiuct
mid lb 111 IVoin the npenliiK up lo noon 1 n -up-poji.iiK
i.rde h liimi liiiiin run! I 1 , y , 1 1 tr by
foment til-churls. Prices ndwmc il 'i,tol,.
Shortly nficr midilay. howi ver, ilie,o um n
mmked pr wi ire to sell, 1 mm -d hv the mi
tioiinii' iw iK ot imvc 1 11 1 n 1 )-. In the d. v iroods
trade, u ro 111 rumor' of tui thcr tiiiiible in
liWI llml anil Hie oil trade. I ndef llili Hell
lug, uio.1 of the iiiormtw h u l aiu-e u last.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
-Mr. N. W. Hacker was in tliccily yes
erday from his farm, with a load of Hlmaf
out.'. His crops ure all in line conditiuP,
-Wanted 10 pounds of clean, white,
cotton rags at The Uullkiix Ollice. tf
Tlie Wabash Hoad Ims f t sevend tlnys
been at the w irk ou Commercial Avenue
above Twentieth Street, raising the track
up to the giade of the avenue below
-Xoticb I'ast duo accounts will bo
thankfully received by Win. M. Divid-iip.
Uev. T. Karn.-y, of St. Vincent's C'jI-
lege, Cape Girnrdeati, Mo., wlri otlii'i'i'ed
at tin? iuiu ral of the late E. U. IVttit, is in
the city, on Ins way buck to the Cape, end
called upon This liui.i etix.
-Lost A bluck-and-t'in latierier bitch
A liberal lewini will be pid fur the return
to City Nutii n .1 I5ank. iit
We acknowledge in behalf of Tim Bul
letin boys the icceipt of u box of Jin i
cigars from Father Ilickcy, of St. V neent's
College, Cape Ciiardenn, Mo., which is
duly iippreciated by them.
-So fur from being generally a w irnior
8Utniner than usual, as m predicted by
some weather prophets, the Areus" n.an
amoiio tliein, this has. been tin cxccjitioi. al
ly cnol miiinser so fur, and tlie period when
we generally have tlie hottest tempi rature
is already past, too.
It behooves tlie young Democrats of
the city to turn out in numerous throngs to
niotrow night to crowd the Court House
to overflowing and biing into existetxo the
largest, liveliest, ptiuinrliest and be-t look
ing campaign club in the district, The
young Democratic voters of the city can do
this if they will all unite.
Thi.' pruliiiiiniiiy examination of BL1
ccott. for hliooinio Martin Hamilton, vos
concluded in Justice Kobinsi n's court yes
terday evening. The attorneys in theensc.
Messrs L-ek mi l llenilricks, m-lo ablt
argiiinehts, tlie former for tin people iml
the latter for tlie defendant; and the court
heU Scott to bail in tlie sum of $-100 f
answer the charge ot -iswiM with intent t
murder, in tlie Circuit Court, next term.
The oldest delegate to the Democratic
National Convention this year Dr.
Uriah Terriil, of Virginia, who is ninety
two years of age, sirved in the war of 1S12,
entered Jackson's first campaign, and went
first to a National Convention as a dele
gate in 1843, to vote and work for Henry
Clay. It will be seen that though tho
young m in Rtarted wrong the old man cfn:e
out right at the lat. It is never too la to to
At this time of the year, when many
person are somewhat li iblu to drink too
freely of the beer that is commonly sold, it
is well to publish tvcli warnings as arc giv
en by that high medical authority, the
Philadelphia Medical News, which calls
attention to the fact that the excessivo con
sumption, even of tho purest beer, "tends to
hypertrophy by the direct notion of alcohol
upon the hctrt, by the enormous amount of
fluid introduced into the body, and by the
casv asiimilated mitrivj constituents of tho
It is said that the opponents of the
Sunday law in Milwaukee are determined
to make a tight, at all events, to see whether
the law cannot be found unconstitutional.
Milwaukee has within her gates a l trge
German population, who do tiot purpose to
be dictated to in matters ol aini'semcnt and
with the assistance of the I rewers, saloon
keepers and owneis of theaters and gardeng,
they hope to be able to take what amuse
ment they please, when they pleas and as
they please, wilutut supervision.
Mr. L. C. Iieibet 1ms removed his
plumbing and gaslitting shop to Kleb's
building, on Commercial betweeu 11th
and 12th streets, wheie he is well fixed to
fill any orders In his line, lie calls espec
ial attention again to the superiorty of his
Buckeye force pump, the best made. It 19
simple and not cosily. A small child can
work it. With bhort hose attachment it
will throw water over a house Just the
thing for cisterns and to protect homes
against fire. It
- Tuesday, in Mr. M. J. llowley's ollice,
the bids for building the new school lioueo
on the Tliiitcenth Street premises, wcro
opeued in the presence of the School Hoard,
and it was found that Mr. George llen
drick's bid was the lowest, Mr. II. was,
therefore, awarded the contract of putting
up tlie building which will be twenty-fivo
by fifty feet in dimensions, two stories
high, containing a room on each floor,
twenty-three by thirty-six feet, besides
spacious halls and ante-rooms. Mr. LT.
will begin wink in a few days.
Charles lliuris, with an alias or two,
was arrested by Officer Tjler Tuesday
night for being a generally worthies cuss,
which is the plain English for tlie 'terra
"vagrant" as used in sections 00 and 01,
chapter 5 of tlie ordinances. Harris was
very indignant at being "run in" and ho
registered a soltmn threat that lie would
get even when he got out of this by prom
ptly killing the officer with neatness and
dispatch. Magistrate Comings yesterday
fined Harris f 100 and costs, and sent him
to tho City Jail for three months or longer.
By way of precaution against futuro
raids from burglars, Mr. Detrich, of tiio
Tcxasiic St. Louis Railroad, had au electric
burglar alarm attached lo the doors and
windows of his residenco on Cedar Street,
last Moliday, by Mr. Warner, of tho Tele
phone Exchange. lie did not have long to
wait for a test of tho attachment, for Tues
day night about 13 o'clock the alarm bell
rang out aloud and clear all over the house,
awakening everybody. A search of tho
premises at the timo revealed nothing
wrong all the doors and windows weie
down. But yesterday Mr. Warner made an
inspection of the premises and discovered
unuiistakablo proof that one of the win
dows had been tried from without, even
the print of the would-be burglar's foot
was plainly visible under tho window. The
reasonable conclusion is that the fellow
heard tho bell ringing and "got."
Stephen Orover Cleveland, the Denic
cratic nominee for President, was born in
Caldwell, Essex county, N. Y., March 18,
1837. His parents having removed to Oi.
ondaga county, N. Y., he worked in a coun
try store at Fayetteville, after a short term
of study iu the Clinton Academy, in
Oneida county. For one year lie taught
the blind in an asylum in New York city,
and then Eought his fortune in Cleveland
Ohio, lie stopped en route for Buffalo to
visit his uncle, Hon. Lewis F. Alien and
changing his plans, began t lie study of law
in that city. Iu 1859 he was admitted to
the bar, in 1803 appointed assistant district
attorney for Eric county, and in 180"i was
defeated for district attorney. In 1809 lie
was elected theriff of Erie county, and
when his term expired was elected mayor
of Buffalo in 1874. He practiced law un
til, in 1881, ho was elected Governor of
New York over Secretary Folger b.( a ma
jority of 190,000, which ollice lie now
holds, Ho is a nephew of tx-Setiator
G rover, of Oregon.
The well-known minister, author and
journalist, Rev. Moncure 1). Conway, who
is about to return to the United States after
an absence of almost twenty-fivo years,
says that he has become a Democrat, and
will give his support to Cleveland and Hen
dricks. In answer to the question : "What
lias the Democratic, party done to induce
you to support it?" he makes the following
original and explicit reply: "It is not
what the Democrats have done, but the Re
publicans have done that causes me to
change my allegiance. The Republicans,
like Jeshuron of old, have 'waxed fat and
kicked ;, they have abandoned their better
tendencies, while the Democratic party,
during its long absence from power, has
increased its moral force. Not only that,
they have purged the party of some of its
worst elements. The mere self-seekers
have become tired of wailing f r political
preferment throuulit Democratic, success,
and have joined tho winning side, conse
quently the prominent leader in the Dem
ocratic party now are men of genuine con
viction, who have stuck to their parly be
cause. they believe it right, and not as bone
hunters." Mr. Conway expresses the feel
ings of hundreds of thousands in this reply,
and much better than they could express
themselves. It is not so much a question of
leadership this year with the great masses
of the voting population. It is a question
The fact that Gon.Ncal Dow, tlie fore
most among temperance workers in the
country, has bolted the Maine Prohibition
nomination and is an enthusiastic support
er of Blaine and Logan, is significent. Gen.
Dow says: "The teniperanco men of
Maine, Kansas and Iowa occupy an excep
tional position in relation to Piohibltion.
In tbcec States the Republican party lias
adopted Prohibition as an important part
of its platform, and is in favor of such leg
islation." Therefore, he says, there is no
reason why true Prohibi ionists should not
vote for the Republican patty. Tho fact
that Blaine is a prominent representative
of the Republic in paity iu Maine, a State
in which, under tip' control of this party,
the existing s'ringer.t Prohibition laws
were enacted ai.d naintuined for these
many years, this f.iot is not calculated to
impress the hi liev-:r in personal liberty,
notably our German fellow citizens, with
tho idea that Blaine is t.ot t tinted with the
obnoxious Piolubition views. This fact
alono should induce them to regard Mr.
Blaine with no litde suspicion. But the
further fact that such an txiremo Prohi
bitionists es Ne d Do.v regards as Blaino
a man whom he cau coi.Mstetitly and earn
estly suppoit, proves that Mr. Blaine must
bo an exceptionally good Prohibitionist
himself. There is a strong Prohibition
flavor about the Republican party wherever
it lias had lung and overpowering sway.
In Maine, Kausas and Iowa, they succeeded
in engrafting their Pruh bitioa views upon
the laws of the States; in Ohio, they at
tempted to so, but failed ; in Illinois they
would also have made tho attempt long ero
this had they not been held in check by
the liberty loving Germans who hold tho
balance of power in their hands. But still
they aro seeking to take tie peoplo by sur
prise. (Juietly and secretly the Prohibition
ists among them are at work. One by ono
Prohibition candidates aro placed upon
tho Republican tickets and elected by Re
publican voters. Iu this Senatorial dis
trict, the Republican ticket is headed by a
man who in 1883 was a delegate from Mur
physboro to tho Prohibition Convention
that met at Carbondale aud nominated for
member of Congress from this district
TI103 M. Logan, 'the Prohibitionist brother
of John A. Logan, the Republican candi
date for Vice-President. We refer to Hon.
W. S, Rogers. Mr. R igors was selected in
Examine onr largo stock of Liht W'mw l.jnlenvf;ir from
tho 15-cent ganzo Undershirt to tlie finest O-kOO Jiallirian.
Our stock ot Summer Hosiery is compkh coinprisiii'j; Li lo
Thread, Italbriggan and Silk Half-Hose.
in abundance. Manillas iu large quanti ties. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large, stock
of Sailor Sails and Single PanN and Waists
The 'P.m1 tf;" CloMiier.
G. T. WMHTLOCIC,
clothi ng i io i;sii:.
(Successor to (loldstine AL I.im rwuivi
largi! and complete stock of d'ents' !' uuishiiig (looils,
Hats, Caps, uc, Ac.
T YTC1TT n
OFFI. K: Hooni No.
To 0 1 : ' ) LlVEE,
com l'an i i:s i
Liverpool in. 1 I. i:doii anil (ilobe,
(rci'iusmia Kii t 1:k (.'.,
Springfield F. tV M. Ins. Co .
Howard In. Co,
Fanner's iiro Iik Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
1 X. VVJUi
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- BANG ES, -:- T 18,
Japanned .Berlin and .Aale Ware,
nhd Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agfent lor Adams & Wcstlake Oil. Gasoline and C'as Movw, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled 1'Iow, Walkinj Cultivators,
t orn Sliellers, Planters, Ktc., Kte.
Sos. 27 k
TKLKPHONK X(. :.'Q.
the Proliibitinuiat pr'm uits of Jncks-n
County, as a itlcte to tlie Prohibition
Con vent inn of this ('onivvsional district;
and In.' attended the cuiiwntiun and took a
leading part in all that was done. Mr.
Rogers b also rel ited t John A. Lotjan,
bein a brother in-law of his. The Ger
mans and all others in this district, State
and country, who are sincerely opposed to
sumptuary laws of all kinds and particu
larly tho.se relating to vh it manner of re
freshments one shall dunk, cannot atlord to
permit men holding contrary views upon
this important subject It be elevated to po
sitions where they may enforce their nar
row views upon the country, statu or federal
law?. They cannot be too careful in their
selection of men to the Legislative and Ex
ecutive position in tlie country, and should
evetiRimd ayainst those candidates who
have the hearty suppoit of men like Neal
Dow. A man or a party who would suit
such men as Diw cannot be
trusted by those who be'.icve ir. liberty of
KYtion in thecoinmontstatriirsof daily life.
Yesterday the sky was decidedly "speck
led'' in this weather district. The barom
eter was mostly below 30. Tlie thermom
eter ranged between 57 and 00, being low
est in the Northwest. It dn was reported
from Bismarck, 1.08; Yankton, .04; Omaha,
2.01; Fort AVorth, .04.
Tice promises a brief period of fair
weather for thir section of the country.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
iven in the diagram below:
72- C A.M.
84- 12 M.
84- - r, P.M.
For ruts, bruises and spiains, nothing
equals St. Jacobs Oil as a cure.
r.. W. WIIITI.OCK,
1 Voi ri '!
1, M. & 0. ::. lluil linix,
- - CAIRO, I LL.
i i: lj l i:s i-:n t i : l:
New York l'i lonvritcr'.s -.ry,
(ieriiiaii-Aii; i i: an Ins Co,
City of I.ontlo ',
Amazon Ins. Co,
i Continental ! Co ,
I North vc-t. . Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Noticp In thin ro'iimn icre lilies or len occnn
iino liiKiTllon or $1.'M p. r week.
LOIl SALE -llnii'o rind lot ln'twvi;T. r.ih A t Iv
T kih on Ji if rnon ;.w. lnq uri' nf o li r
61 MIIS. n . (iALL.UHIKR.
I,1 OH SALE ---Two ili-irili'.' Im'h on '.'."rh Simet,
Cumini: I i.vl-ioa. Apply tn Juo. A l'ooru.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(SiiiTosscT to Ui.n. T. XewUnd and
II.T. Cerould )
Plumber, Stew, and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, hot. Tenth and Ele
ven tli Sts,
i Dilvo Widl Force ami Lift Pumps fu: uiplied and.
put up. Aijeiit for tho e elelirutml
"BUCKEYE FORCE TUMP",
f the bent pump ever tnvinted. New Out Fixtures
inrriiKhi'd to order, u.u f ixture repaired una
tJobiilng promptly nttended to. 319 tf
lAii. H. SM17II.
r.lillKUT A IM1TII
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - IIL.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
S & W
' H W
lad to Onlor.
Slti St., but. Ohio I.cvuo Con merclal Avo.
OAIUO. - ILL'
Koiiairinjf neatly dono at sliort notice.