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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLRTIN: FRIDAY MOKNING, JULY IS, 1884.
WHITE WINGED PEACE.
Tho Report of Imprndhiff Hostili
ties Betwetm Friinco and
The Cholera Still Raging iu the Stricken
Cities of France-More Troops
A Plot to Blow Up Warsaw Palace
Kill the Czar Discovered in
r.M'OKT IO Ml l.
I'.tr.H, July 17. Tho truth of the re
port ol the Shanghai correspondent of the
.Loudon Tliinn iu relation to the Franco.
Chinese differences is seinl-olflclally
denied. It is believed that au agreement
Vtween the two countries will soon be
Mi:i:iu.i:s, July 17. Twcuty-ono
Jeaths here last night and fourteen at
MORE TKOOI'S Foil F.UYI'T.
I.o.niiun, July 17. Au additional bat
talion of troops has been ordered to
TO Ill.l VATi: THE IZ.Ul.
St. ri:TKKsntJi(i, July 17. Evidence
of a plot to blow up Warsaw Palace dur
ing the tzar's stay therein has been dis
'covered. A Justice of the Peace named
litirbour.sU, who is suspected of com
plicity iu the conspiracy, has been ar
rested. A tpuantity of arms aud dy
namite, which were to have been used by
the plotter-, have been found.
NEED- KE-tt ECO N STKU CT1 X li.
A Man Who is Too Dull cr Too Hone3t
for His Day and Generation.
Ni:w York, July 17. The Tribune'
Athens, tia., special says: Tho great ed
ucational center of Georgia is the Male
I'niversity, which numbers among its
trustees such men as Senator Jirown,
Governor McDauicl and General Toombs.
The exercises of commencement week
which arc now goiug ou always bring to
gether an assemblage embracing the
wealth, the beauty aud the ruling power
of the State. At such times educational
plans arc tho topic of discussion aud
from the character ol the men present
their discussious are always ol import
ance. With this understanding of the local
situation the following paragraph from
the lUtmwr- Utkrinviii, the daily paper of
that place will be read with interest:
"It is to 1 hoped Hint the next House w ill
kill the putiiic olui ationul hill iisse I by tint
N'tiule. Kiliieiifo the negroes ol the MHith
anil you ilestro.v the only lulior of our tanner-;,
e Siiiiiini II siimtti rijn; of hook leiini
intr ami u iMisr linen duster, and he at ouee
i. vrloi into a llrteiHSJ vairuhotiii whose ul
tiniuie iluuni i- the l'cnitftiUary."
JiAl) KIN A NCI Eli IX la,
A Manager Who Netted Over One Hun
dred Thousand Dollars Last
Nkw Yoi;ic, July 17. The 31:miitj
J.'itrwilsav . "Carlotta Orabtree, bet
ter kn wn as "Lotta," and her mother
have foreclosed a mortgage on the Park
Theater and International Hotel, lioston,
It Is understood that the price paid for
the property was :',r.0,000. The building
belonged to Abbey, and Sehxff.d, his
partner. This leaves Abbey practically
penniless, but not owing a dollar, though
it is not probable that he can soon
again make such large sums of money as
he has in the past, for such events as the
liirnhardt, Langtry and Irving engage
ments do not repeat themselves, ile is
pretty certain of a comfortable Income.
The Park Theatre in lioston netted about
-5,000 prolit last year, and the Grand
opera House here S:'0,0u0. Mary Ander
son made fur Abbey last year '.'.0,000. Ile
Is still her manager for two years. Mr.
Aubey Is now living in London.
A Bricklayers' Strike Imminent.
Nr.w Yoi:k, July 17. Labor men last
iiL'M were discussing the probability of
a general strike among the bricklayers of
this city on Monday next. They threaten,
without exception, to cease work on that
dny unless the demand for a recognition
of nine hours as a day's labor is con
ceded. Such a step would In a great
measure paralyze the building industry.
Ti: LKG 1 1 A 11 II C 1 J U 12 V IT IK S.
Yard & Co., lace merchants, New Y'ork,
Small-pox has made its appearance at
Thomas & Hadden, hardware, Sedalla,
maue au assignment.
The total deaths from cholera in Mar
fccillcs so far has been 17s.
Cholera Is reported to have made its
appearance in Alexandria, Egypt.
Albert Miles was hanged at Natchez
for murder iu Headman's Uenrt In KS1.
The first car-load of California beer
has been shipped eastward. Chicago gts
Texas shows an increase of $110,000,000
In the value ol her assessable property
this year over last.
The imprisoned Anarchists at Vlcnua
have confessed to a large number of mur
ders and robberies.
Eleven deaths occurred In the last
twenty-four hours at Toulon and flity
three at Marseilles.
A box containing cartridges was found
ou the quay, London. No importance Is
attached to the nnd.
James Ellis French, arrested for com
plicity In the Cornwall constabulary case,
bas been jailed ut Dubliu.
too, the ei-bauk President of New
Tork, Is assiduously shadowed at Quebec
by United States detectives.
Minister Ferry ami rriuce Bismarck
have openeil tip a corresdoudence upon
tho liotol Continental affair.
Fred Kantllng's drug Htoro at High
landviile, No., was burned. Supposed to
bo the work ol an lucen Jlury.
An epidemic at Springfield, Mo.,
among the milch cows Is thought to be
Bpantah forer. A number died suddenly.
At Sllgo Michael Maldowney has been
sentenced to death for tho rnnrdex ol
Under Secretary Bute's gardener la
State Snnatorlal Contest.
Ciunnisiox, In.., July 17. Tho 82d
Senatorial District Democratic Conven
tion is in session here to-day. Tho con
tet for the nomination lies between
Aariah Jeffries and Wni. Oalbreath of
A Tender Conscience,
JM.-Tov, Mass., July 17. Geo. V.
Flagg, of Milbury, Secretary of tho lie
publican State Committee, has sent In
his resignation owing to his inability to
conscientiously support the nominations
of liiaiue aud Logan.
A Sixty Million Dollar Boom,
(Iai vi:ston, Ti:.., July 17. A special
to the w.t from AuMin says: According
to the assessment rolls returned by tho
Slate Controller, the taxable value ol tho
State this year shows antuercaso over
last year of 00,000,000.
Killed in an Elevator.
Cincinnati, ()., July 17. At eight
o'clock this morning Peter Neider, an
employe of C. S. Nankin's Grate and
Mantel Works, was instantly killed by
the elevator, lie carelessly allowed his
head to project under t he beams ol the
A Fcnialo Preacher,
Di ni.iv, Ga., July 17. This neighbor
hood lurngltated about a female preacher.
Ilev. T. S. Strong has charge of 1he Meth
odist fold and his wife preaches as olten
as he does. She has at times discoursed
for au hour and twenty min
utes. Her course Is very liiucb
condemned, and It is said that
under her preaching, a well-to-do farmer
has become a well developed fanatic. At
one time Bishop Pierce advised that she
be not allowed to preach, and it Is re
ported that she knelt before him and
prayed to God for his conversion.
Sprculation in Wall Street Leads
Embezzlement and Arrest.
Sr. Pa 1 1., Minn., July 17. D. E.
Swan, chief of the local Treasurer's
ollicc ol the Northern Pacific, was yes
terday reported short several thousand
dollars aud to have ileel w ith a woman,
lie was arrested at White Hear Lake,
where lie went iu a carriage and secreted
himself in the woods, lie had attempted
suicide by tin overdose of morphine.
Tho amount of his default, disclosed by
an examination of his books last night,
is a fraction our $5,000. lie will be
brought here for examination and be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Swan was once wealthy, but lost his
money by the default of a New Jersey
bank, lie had linen speculating iu Wall
street, and there lost the company's
Grain nnd Provisions.
TIU'liSDAV, Ji'LV 17, ISM.
Cotton--Sternly; iii'alilliiijr. 'tiViill .
fl,on Sleu.Iy: AAA to choice. Sl.MiiM0;
M HKA'r Holier; No. S Hod, KCi'W.ic for
Hew; No. H lied, new, V-ftTS'ic.
I'oa.N-llii her: No. mixed, liivHc; No.
2 white mixed, 67e.
Oats- Higher: No. 2, .TfWiio.
Hvk Nominal: No. 2. r,S';o.
ToiiACCti-Kirm; iujis; common to choice
$.1.7.7i6 KJ.Oil; leiif; common red leal', fcS.Ou-ll
lU.eu: medium to (food f l-'.'inlT.-y).
llAV l'nilrin JMlUV.ol f,. prjIn0 to
choice: clover mixed, J.li.10 lor common Vo
prune: timothy, i'.'.OUull.OJ for iuuuw to "uilt
Hcttkii Kirmor: choice to tiuicy creamery
K'tnZOc: dairy, choice to lancy, l'kiiUUi; Ion
JOoos Firm, nt IdAlOc for strictly ftcsh.
J'otatous Firm i t. iiTutytvk; cr luc-hcl.
I'oilK Fairly native: neiv mess, f l."...".U;.jij(s00
Lard Nomlniili prime stcum, li Vw,7e.
JUcos lia,'s, SfMfiS.e; shorts, tint's
Clejir nos, Sse.
Wool. Tub-washed, chnico. Sftc: fair.
ZftiCSHtc; fHntry iimi low IM.dx Unwashed
Choke medium, :.'U'ie; irood iiveriijri) medium
iific-iic; selected litrfit ntif KiriWo; (rood av
enure, Wf"v; lieuvy IMuil.V; coinhlMir, 4
tiiornj, tAS-le: comtiinK, low (rrudcH, Vi. lao,
HniKS-cmii't: dry Hint, lrte: damiiifed.
iu; uiuis or nii-rs, njc; dry galled,
lL'e: dry salted, dmrwed, Mc; kin and
calf. Baited. S'.c: UftiiniL-ed. tivc: liulis nnd
Piling, 6.'4c; green, uneured, 7;c; damat'ed,
bltKKP Pr.tTS Steady: irrccn. 70Silc: dr
do, 0&70e., us to nmoiiutnii l ipuiliivot! wool;
preen Bheurliiigs, I aj; dry do, lUtilou; liimo
VliK.AT-Slea.lv: No. :.' lied. .lulv. H7 1 :
Aiifrusl, use; Septemticr, nse; lietooer,
Jl.ii; Novemliei', f l.uti'f.
IHiiin Stendv: July tMV; Ainrtisr. fiP.c:
Seiitemtier ftJe; ticiober, ttfli; November,
tiTS-lli(rher; July, Auiru-it, i)lc;
SepU'inher, lUJe; October, .lie.
V'hkat llljrher; July, Kt'Sic: Amrust,
M-ve; Septeiiitn-r, Kti' Uctolier, sii'Jc.
I'OKN-Hijiher; July. M!,e: August, Me;
Kcitemher, Ole; October, dac; year, Uv
hats Higher; July, !!llic; Autfint, 27e!
fk iitcmber, :'ii c; enr, ".j ,c.
I'o.tK Steu ly: Julv, Aiuust,
rCio: Hepleiiibef, ?.:.;.; Octob.-r,
I.AKii-llifher; Julv, $7.l."i: August,
Septcinl Ci-, October, f7.l"aS7.l.
eiii.KT ltiii July, i.7..,!i; AukusU t".K;
ci'ieuo jci , ? i ,rj.
Live Stoci Haraets.
llojri Receipts, i:i,iXKI; firm nnd iictivci
lUrht, $4.Wlrtr.0.; rouch i:u kiuir, 5.lWt.".Sf;
heavy iuckiiif and shipping, w.;m.
Catti.k Keeeilifi. s.itli; weak; choice to
lancy exports, fii.ti i .im; (roml to choice.
fii.tnTrr,n.rxi: eomtnon to tri' iiiuin, iS.O.i"0.").7U;
butehci-V, J.IWji.4.:;.'iJ 'I'exiins, f .NtiokN).
SlIf KC-lleeelptH, !i,IUM; dull; poor to best.
$J. Bitii."i.ni; bulk, f'J.fojii.', I. :r.
(' vm.tt-l'iu h imie.i; Indiiimi htccrs from
l.vi lo (iiunil-. 5-l. . A'i..iHi; from I'lw
In l,"io pnim Is, fiUVclllj li.iin HilMo ,iM) lbs.
iivciatreai S'i. IiaiS.ui; lair to (.-nod native cows
aM....'M 1.SW I MOCK'TS 11UU ICC ll'IH erj WCtili lit
Siiv.kc Axrt T.Avas-fiu hiiiij.'ed; medium to
(.owl fhiep of from Ml to I'm lbs. ineraro
f . le,6.0; ltifetiorlv fair sheep Irom .iito
His. Hvenure ro.id to eholeo
J llllOS, jn.ll',n.e.
I Iocs Market dull; (;ood to choice Vorncrs,
at,'i..!ij.7'i; poor to medium. V,'.V"5.."i: bitleh-
Crs -'rnd"t-, f.i.'i.t'j.i.i.'i; cholc.1, S.V'A.!H); i
C.UTI.K- l.'iH'.pt, 1,nj; weak and slow; liio
lower; iiiilivi- Kieemof ,ae to l.VKlpomids
Hvciau'c, ifii.tO"ii.:.Tij do, (Cju to ,iki pounds
lllirilL,T, ti.nn'lr, Kt-niaK ICMUl Bll CrS,
(f.i. I;i'.l. Ki.
llous HcCP'plMU.OOO: lluhl stendv: henvv
weak; Join of I7S to 1110 the, uvcran) f t.SOJ
ft.ai: iii'iuuy, .if'.).Ki.
MiKKc ueceipis i.vi; rjuict utni un.
Monoy and Stock Market.
NKwYnmc. July IM. Money JTigjier cent.!
CXCIIIllllfP lUll'.y iicuvo tin J h -uuv lit 4VJ 1 (HK
i;oeniuienl) luin: currency, g'h, 1.4 bid: 4'H.
eiiui on, UU l.i'n, do, The market
npeniij steady, and duriiiK the Orait half hour
pi'ia i n were tuu up to 1 tT eidit. by the biili
a ii.iie. i in tiie nrl cud Vliu bears enti
Talll III.' bv l llVllhllilK a iiuinlaur ot
rumoiK a ivnt'ier trouble tiuiontr Wert.
I'tn iMiiililiiv llims ThU hud that
, r"-cj "i , tins nn Ka.mc mdilm.' of lontr
.,., priri-n t 10 s per (CHI. Tim
loWi'hl pi c H wi le elll iinit in ti.ii.ii
lu' ?"' ' n'('"vv"'d Im IHiiuiHy, blltftiO
("'iii-miinii, mui no icaluru woilhr
bf nolo. v
OENEliAL LOCAL ITEMS
Col. raratuore, id' tho Texts nnd St.
Louis road, passed through the city yester
dny, enrouto for St. Louis.
Wanticd -10 pounds of clean, white,
cotton rags at Tin-: Huu.ktin Otliee. tf
Col. James Johnson, was in the city yes
terday on iiis way from Mobile home, in St.
Louis. Everybody wns glad to sou him, as
Notice Past duo accounts will be
thankfully received by Win. M. I)ivnlson.
Mr. John McGuVem, for Several years
a member of the editorial staff of the Chic
ago Tribune, has become one of the associ
ate editors of the Current, Mr. G. C. Ccch
To-night is the young Democracy's
ulght at the Court House. They will open
the campaign with a rousing meeting nnd
with tho largest political club in the dis
trict. The happiest liousihokl in town on
Wednesday was that of Mr. Casey Stites.
It was a girl came about 9 o'clock the
night before. She's number six and as
bright and saucy as all her live predeces
Mr. D. Black, of Charleston, Mo., arrived
in the city last evening, called here by the
serious illness of Mr. II. II. Black. .Mr.
Louis Black has been telegraphed tor and
issxptcted to arrivo hero to-day iu time
to attend tho funeral this afternoon.
The Illinois Central trains are again
being transferred to and frcm the Mobile
and Ohio Company's incline. The I. C.'s
incline is again useless because of a decline
in the river which has again brought the
over-turned track to view and brought the
cradle to the end of the track so far ns it
can be used.
-The I. 0. R. R. will sell tickets from
Cairo to Anna at t$ faro for round trip
to all who desire to attond the Democratic
Senatorial and Representative Convention
and ratification meeting at Jonesboro to
morrow (Saturday). Tho people of Jones
boro have arranged s pleasant programme,
including music and fireworks.
The Murphysboro bank failed yester
day and carried down with it tho earnings
of many a citizen in that city and vicinity.
There was reported to be great excitement
among tho people thero last evening.
Threats of lynching tho prominent man
agers of the bank were freely made, and
thero wero reported to have been even dan
gerous demonstrations in the direction of
executing the threats.
Every young Democrat in the city
should attend tho meeting at the Oaut
llouso to-night. Any who fail to attend
are remiss in their duty to tho country iu
which they live, and to the Government
which they are supposed to authorize, nnd,
through that Government, to themselves.
No young Democrat who is imbued with
the patriotism that should characterize ev
ery American citizen can remain away
without a consciousness that he has not
simply failed to use a great privilege, but
that he has neglected an important duty.
A white man named Caleb Blessing, a
farmer in this county, was arrested yester
day upon the charge of having stolen a horse
belonging to Mr. II. II. Candee, which ws
being pastured in the county. States At
torney Leek appeared for the people, and
Mr. Geo. W. Hendricks for the defendant.
Tho preliminary examination wan had be
fore Justice J. II. Robinson, and it develop
cd.thefact that the defendant, while under
tho influence of liquor, had found him
running at large, had only ridden the horse
a short distance and then turned him loose
again. Defendant was thereupon discharg
The New York Herald publishes a map
showing the path taken across this country
by the cholera upon its previous visit. In
1832 tho epidemic enme from Ireland to
Quebec, and following the river and lakes
to Chicago; thence it went down the Miss
issippi river to New Orleans. In 18 IS it
come from Havre to New Orleans, thence
up tho river to Cincinnati and St. Louis,
and from thenco by tho emigrant routo to
Laramie, Salt Luke City and San Frauciseo
In 185-1 it came to New York from England,
France aud Germany, and was epidemic
very generally throughout the couutry. In
18G5 it again came to New Y'ork from Eu
rope, and from thence was carried to every
important city iu the couutry. In 1873 it
camo to New Orleans from France and was
carried up tho Mississippi river to St. Louis
and up tho Ohio to Cincinnati, Wheeling
- Ono of the results of the stock ordi
nance recently passed is being met with
quite numerously by tho ward health offi
cers in their diligent searches for nuisances.
We refer to hog pens. Hogs in tho btreets
arc a great nuisance, but hogs iu pens aro a
greater nuisance. We veuturo to assert it
as an anxiom, that hogs aro always nuis
ances in a city, bo long as they aro nlive.
Only when slaughtered nnd in tho form of
pork or ham or bacon on the butcher's or
grocer's counter, or on tho breakfast or
dinner tables, are they tolerable. Ono hog
pen in a block is a dose; two would crcato
a stencil as a compact ns sin in tho Clark
catacombs on Ohio Levcoeo compact that
it would have to bu removod in chunks by
means of dynamite. We stato this in all
scriousucss and as au actual lact. Wo firmly
, believe that tho Blench arising from two
hog pens to a sipiarc mile has been fre
quently blasted into cubits and used for
corner stones in slaugater houses; and we
are not at all loth to believe that tho moral
i llluvia with which tljo air would bo im
pregnated by two Clark blocks to the
square mile, would, if similiarly rendered
into suitable shapes, be very appropriate
material for building such dens or Scott's
Congress in Pinch. But we ere digressiug.
We we're talking about hogs and their place
of abode under the new Btock ordinance,
and well, after maturo deliberation, we are
forced to the conclusion that there is no
cure for tho evils oppertiiuiug unto a good,
healthy hog, eavo in banishment or in
death. Hogs and harmony may be possi
Bible iu the motiutain, but iu a city, never,
never, never! II illuluj ih.
"Cleveland and Reform Hendricks
and Revenge". Is the motto that is sketch
ed on canvas across the principal thorough
fares of tho largo cities East aud Weot.
The anther of the motto was a Wisconsin
delegate to tho National Democratic Con
vention, who, after the Convention had Ad
journed, expressed the strength of tho tick
et curly and forcibly by saying, "We pre
sent Cleveland tor Reform, Hendricks lor
Revenge." This sentence will make im ex
celent campaign cry. To those w ho are dU
gibted with the corrupt practices of the Re
publican party, and who earnestly desire n
reform in the Federal Administration, the
young reform Govenor of New Y'ork will
be a most acceptable candidate. And
tho'o who aro anxious to redress as far it
now lies in human power to do the crime i f
ISTO, wdl be g'.ad to find on tho ticket a
man ouce elected Vice President end rob
bed of his place by fraud.
We huve it from Mr. Geo. 12. O'lluni,
a gciitltnum of unquestioned veracity, who
has it from Mr. Solumou A. Silver, a gen
tleman whoso word is ns good as a I'. S.
bmk imte fre.-h from the sub-trca.-ury, who
has it from a friend, a gentleman against
whom scepticism his never yet dired to
raise her blighting linger, who in tuin final
ly got it by letter from a fifth cousin in
Old'. that C ipt un M'ii'p!,y, our own W:l
linu M-inioe Murphy, he who is pi utmastcr
here, joti know, and who, itnpi rei -ptibly to
his luai'y friends here, h'li been wafted
awy t) to ni: dist iu! bt tie s upon a June
eephyr, is helplessly and hopelessly entan
gled iu the intricate im-lti'S of the marital
stab. The ann.muci'inoat staggered us, of
cours". Anybody would he staggered by such
a story s tl.is one ab nit Capt. Murphy, if
he were isniited with it unwarcs as we
were, by such gentlemen us Mr. O'llara and
Mr. Silver, ,'entl 'iui whom wo hid conic
to regard s paragons of truth, us m n who
were different from t'nu iliu-triou, George
Washington only iu this, '.hat they coi'i.D
tell a lie (the moment they heard it uttered)
Tho name of tlu !' rt'.iuatc young lady is
also given. It is, or was, .M;.-;s Catharine
Siraslnrger, of Cleves, Ohio.
Alderman Woodwaid, a Chairman of
the Board of Health, is giving much at tt !i -
tion to the sinitary condition cf the city.
Regular meetings of the Health Officer nnd
assistants are held ivtry week at iho Coun
cil Chamber, over which Aldermau Wood
ward presides and at which every spot that
is not in the condition with respect to
health that it should be, is reported by the
officer in whose ward it is located, and
Chief Htalth Ol'icer Si. utter is given a
memorandum of its nature an 1 exact loca
tion, m tint be may tuKu tne necessary
steps for ils correction. The last meeting
was held Welresoay afternoon aud at this
each of the Ward Officers had seveial bad
places to report. One of tho worst places
reported was the closet in tliu Winter
Block, at the corner of Seventh aud Com
mercial, which has always been a breeding
place for malarial and other diseases. Or
ders have been given that this closet be
thoroughly disinfected and then nailed up
until cold weather, when it may be cleaned
out. Thus Hie work ol cleaning the city
is systematized, and will be thoroughly
and quickly executed; aud there is the best
of assurano.o that within a week or two
Cairo will be among the cleanest cities in
All Odd-Fellows are requested to meet
at their hull tit U o'clock this morning, for
tho purpose of arranging to attend in a
body tho funeral of Brother Harmon II.
Black, at 3 o'clock p. m.
By order of Hkn'ky Hasexjaoeu,
Died -Yesterday at 2:20 p. m., the in
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy
Coyle, oged six mouths and twenty-three
Funeral services will occur at 11 :30 a. m.
to-day at St. Patrick's Catholic Church,
from whence remains will be conyeyed to
Illinois Central passenger depot, corner of
Second and Ohio Levee, to be taken to
Villa Ridge for burial.
Frieuds of the family aro invited to at
tend. lie Comes Home to Die, at
After a hard fight during scvend years
against the messenger that must finally
overtako us all, Hon. H. II. Black died last
night ot 11:20 o'clock, nt tho family resi
dence on Commercial Avenue, surrounded
by tho resident members.
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V I VI II I
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OU iu 111 I
Examine our largo .lode ol' Light Wear Uiulei wear from
the liVcfiit gauze Undershirt to the finest $5.00 Jialhriggan.
Our stuck ol Summer Hosiery is comnlete coninriin LiJo
Thread, JJalbriggan and Silk HalMIo.se.
S SLT-1U-W TT. A T.fi
rv-' .jl ..a i ii !
in aliundance; .Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our laro, stock
of Sailor Suits ami Single Pauls and" Waists
Tho "PakuH ClotlutM-.
0. T. WIIin.OCTv,
urn mr I mmm
CLOTH I XG FIOXJSU.
'.Niccc'v-inis to (tnl.Mi'h & liiw iiw.iter
A large and complete stock of ints' Furnishing d'oods,
Hats, Ca;s, Ac., iVc.
Cairo, ill in os.
OFFJL K: Koom No.
7i5 Oil IO I.KV KK,
I iverpo' 1 iiinl I.Miiln!! and (iluhe,
tit'l lllillMil Kii o I ik Co.,
Siriiii,'lield F. iV M. Ins. Co,
Howard Iik Co.,
runner's i ii-f Iih. Co ,
XiiitjiiiM Ins. Co.,
J a panned Herliii
Hi id Cages, Hath Tubs. Water
Agent for Adams & Wot hike Oil.
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows,
Coin Sliellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Sos. 27 &
'I'Kl.KI'IIOXK XO. !JO.
Several weeks uyo lie went with hi? broth
er, Lou;, to F . i r t Wmth, Knis:i-, where the
hitter ii in busini.i. He went uwuy, as
uj)in several other oec:isi.ius with ft view
to prolon'ia;,' his life, if imt I jji-t rid
entirely of ft malndy of the throat
find lung's with which lie had been s tiller -in
fur years. Bat, uniike upon
his previous expeditions to foriitfo
chimes, he "rsw ste'idily worso on the ln-t
and oa Tuesilay started for St. Louis and
for home. He arrived here yesterday af
ternoon by the 2 : 10 o'clock Illinois Cm
tral train, was conveyed home in u bugy
from which he was able to alight with
aomo assistance, climbed the stairs to the
family roums over tho store, and lay down
that night never to rue ayain.
He was about tliirty-uve years oi l; -i
finely educated man and ene who, but f
his fatal sickness which overtook him j ist
after he hud been elected to tht )U Illi
nois Legislature in 18S0, was
in a fair way to hi come one of the leaders
of the Republican party of this end of the
It may bo said of him with truth that
he had not an enemy in the world; and no
better commentary could.be written of any
man who had lived to bo even but thirty -five
Deceased was a prominent member ol'
tho Belli liritt, a Hebrew benevolent and
religious association, and also of Alexander
Lodge of Odd Fellows.
The funeral will occur te-day at three
o'clock p. ni.
The Bi'M-KTiN theimometcr stood ns
follows at the different hours ot tho day
iven in the diagram bidow:
73- Lo A.M.
80 12 M.
1 1 r 1 1 i ii 1 1 iu
I L-i ii jl KJ
K. W. WIHTLOCK,
I, M. & 0. Ii. II. JliiiMiug,
CA I IU). I LI..
liKI'Kl - 'aSlONTMl):
Xev !ni K I'lidem i iter's Aifeiicy,
liei niiiu-Aiiiei ii iin Ins Co ,
( ity of L ndoit,
Aiuaon Ins. Co.,
('"Milll'llMl IlN. ( o ,
Northwestern Miilii.il Life Ins. Co.
wit t "a
and Ajgate "Ware,
Coolers k Ice (Team Freezers.
fia-oline and Has Movcn, IMroit
chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
CAI HO, 111.
Not ice. !n thi column i art'i' llian or lc? .r.ce.'i'
onu iieaiTtion or JI.im imt week.
la'oll S.U.K Houc inn! lot Wt wim-i. Mil .V. O il
.Un ou J i Ii . Ttoh tv... lijq'iire of ou te r
6t !1(S. W . i;ai,i..i,ukk.
IOU S.U.K I'.n (l.;.irl): lote on CT.: Ii S:vtt,
eoiiiiin;!' i. virion. Ap.y to Jno. A I'oore .
(Siieoess, r to ("has. T. Xewland and
H.T. (Jerould )
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
Dtivij Well I'or.-i" anil Lift l'iinip fiirniulu J nnd
tm:i:p. Attetit I'orlloi Celc'iraUM
MiUCKEYK FORCE PUMP',
llie b';l l ump over Invented. New (inn Flxtiiri'ia
lnrulchuit lo order. UNI 1'ixturen repaired unit
ry.i;Ui!Mi; iinnnptiy ain-mleil lo. TAnl
ly n. smith.
EUBRI1T A. "II .Til
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - UuLu
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mint' to Order.
Sin St., hot. Olilo I.cvco A Commercial Avo.
Jli'pah'iiiff neatly done at short notice.