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THE DAILY OAUU) HlLLKTIN: SATURDAY MOltiYING, JULY 19, 1884.
THE SAME OLD STORY,
The Choltira Epidemic Spreading
and tho Mortality Daily
Tho Czar of All the Eussias Abandoul
Ilis Visit to Warsaw Palace An
The Health Authorities of Londoi
Taking Time by tho
Till: SITUATION 111XUMING ALARMING.
I'iiis, July 13. Uuollicial advices froil
Marseilles state that the situation ther'
is becoming more grave. The heat Is uu
bearable aud there is iy wind Stirl ing
The cpklemic Is spreading and the mor
tality daily increasing.
The eliolera has appeared at Aries, for!
ty-lour miles from here, and three dentin
are reported there.
Six more deaths were recorded licr(
since uiue o'clock this morning.
Toulon, Juiy 18. There were lourtecn
deaths from cholera last night. Tho
Mayor, who Is suffering with the disease,
is improving. The Deputy Mayor Is alse
ill from cholera. The panic continues
and tho exodus ot inhabitants Is in
Till', cv.au mdn't go.
St. l-KTEnsBfuo, July 18. The Cz:n
has postponed his visit to Warsaw on ae
count of the discovery of a plot to blow
up the royal palace. A number of arrests
were made in couuectiou with the dis
London, July 18, Minister Lowell has
recovered from his recent attack sulll
cicntly to attend to the duties of his po
sition. ritKI'AUING TO MKKTTlIi: cmu.nu.
London, July 18. The health ollieers
of London have held a meeting for the
purpose of organizing a hospital .service
throughout the city, so that in tho eveut
of the appearance of cholera patients can
be immediately cared fur. Tho govern
ments of Italy and Switzerland have
agreed to co-operate in measures to pre
vent the introduction of cholera into their
territories. Switzerland has expressed
her willingness to guafd the Trench
frontier iu order to examine all persons
aud goods crossing the Hue.
London, July 18. Hospitals for the
accommodation of cholera patients have
been formed at Chiaseo, Switzerland, and
The steamer St. Dust in from Mar
seilles, arrived iu tho Mersey to-day.
Two deaths from cholera occurred on
board during tho voyage. The steamer
has been ordered placed in an isolated
position. All communication with the
shore is forbidden.
THE MONSTKK THADKs' PKMONS TitA TIO.V.
The procession at the trades' demon
stration in Hyde Park, Monduv, in favor
of the frauchiso bill, will march six
abreast from tho Thames embankment to
Hyde Park. There will be eight sections
representing trades and twelve sections
of political clubs. The speaking at the
park will contiuue until six o'clock from
seven different platforms. The putting
of resolutions favoring the franchise will
be announced simultaneously by a bugle,
when it is expected they will be adopted
Povnt, July IS. The Municipal Coun
cil is preparing anti-cholera measures.
All vessels will be examined before enter
ing the harbor.
the itnoTHKii or Tin-: sun acu-tts.
1'akis, July lb. It is announced to-day
that China has accepted the provisions of
the Tien Selu treaty, and has, in accord
ance with the demand of Trance, prom
ised to withdraw the Chinese troops from
the Tonfjuin frontier. The announce
ment created considerable enthusiasm, as
it Is now thought the diilieulty between
Trance and China has been delinitely set
Panama, July IS. There is much sick
ness here. In one hospital there arc over
a dozen cases of yellow fever, and one
Lundrcd of dysentery.
Senator Fair Ooiui? to Abroad.
Kkw Youk, July lb. Seuator James
G. Pair, of Nevada, Is stopping at the
Gilsey House. He will leave- Saturday
for Europe, purposing to try a course of
the baths at Carlsbad, his health being
Sherwin Released on Bail.
Albany, N. Y., July 18. Prank W.
Sherwin, the noted western stockman
who has for a long time becu confined In
the Albany Couuty Jail for contempt of
court, was yesterday afternoon udmitted
to ball in the sum of $3,0"Q.
St. Paul's Congressional Timber.
Sr. Paul, Minn., July 18. The Demo
crats of the Fourth Minnesota District
have nominated D. C. Merrlman, a
wealthy lumberman of Minneapolis, for
Congress. State Senator Gllllllan, oft
Mlupeapolis, is the Ilepubiicau candi
date. Democrats in Convention.
Mattoon, Iu.., July 1. The Demo
crats of tffe Thirty-second Senatorial Dis
trict iu Convention at Charleston to-day,'
nominate W. B. Julbreath, of Coles'
County, for the State Senate, and
Dr. J. P. Magec, of Douglass Countv,
aud Henry Sheplur, oi Cumberland
County, for the Lower House.
Kelly Will Declare for Cleveland.
WABniNOTQX, D. C, July ls.-Umi.
Edwd Mcpherson, Secretary of the
Kopoblkan Campulgn Comnilttee,
who ha been In New York for several
dajw, returwd to Washington yeterdsy.
lffl cxprescs tho opinion that Mr. Kelly
will doclure for t'Jevclund Id SepKrabtr.
No Women Need Apply.
Washington, D. C, July 18. There
lisis been it decision reached between tho
Secretary tf t!u; Interior mid tho Civil
tun ice CoiiiiiiIs.siniitT that under tho act
uuthori.iuu tlie appolutuicut if additional
pension examiners, ladies tiro lm-liylblc
for those positions.
Under a Caving Bunk.
Cincinnati, July 18. At nine o'clock
this morning three laborers were engaged
in digging a cellar back of the new Custom-house
w hen the bank caved iu bury
ing Tom Cunningham and Harry Swec.
uey. The former was taken out with a
leg broken. Sweeney was badly bruised
all over; he had three ribs broken aud it
is feared received internal injuries.
Workmen to be Laid Off.
.Uuay, N. Y., July 18. The Ave or
six hundred stonecutters aud others who
are to be laid off to morrow feel sore, ol
course, uud they talk bitterly about the
smalluess of the appropriation. Hut they
ueiput Liovernor Cleveland of having any
thing to do with it since ho was willing
to approve the amount needed to carry
on the work at full speed all the year
Caring for tho Home-Comors.
Washington, D. C, July 18. The act
ing Secretaries of War and Navy will, by
the advice of General llazeu and the Surgeon-General,
advise Lleuteiiaut Greely
and Captain Schley, to remaiu at St.
John's as long as they think best, and
then proceed to Portland, Maine, where
they can lie joined by their families, aud
become thoroughly acclimated before re
turning to their homes.
Bloody Work of a Jealous Husband.
Poktlaxd, Oi;k., July 18. News of a
dreadful double domestic tragedy Is just
received here from Canyon City, Ore.
Jno. Noon aud wifo, living near that point,
had a serious quarrel yesterday, the
former shooting and instantly killing the
latter. Noon then placed the pistol to
his own head and blew out his brains.
The cause of the trouble was a man
named Jas. McFadden, a printer, of
whom he was very jealous.
Abusing: Innocent Birds for Tholr Lovo
Mat toon, Iu.., July 18. Sporting men
are interested iu n homing pigeons
that have been shipped to this point by
the Newark (N. J.) Pigeon Club. They
are to be liberated to-day, aud wagers
are made as to the time in which they
can make the '.iQO-inile journey to Newark,
N. J. Tho home birds ilew from Colum
bus, ()., to Newark iu six hours, July 1.
Mattoon Is ".'si; miles further west. UeU
are made that tho pigeons will tly to
Newark In ten hours.
Grain and Provisions.
ITU DA V, JlLV is, 'sy.
Cotton sternly; miiiiiimp;. w8 :jm
i'l.omi Sti-auy: X.VA to choice, tfUOaMO;
Wiii.at Holier; No. 2 Keel, Nr&'u for
new; No. :i lO-'l, new, ','' i(l:!u.
C'ok.n- Jf teher: .No. a mixiM, -IT li lsuj No.
2 white iiiixcl. OS '.'...
Oats H teher: No. i'. .'IVJr.'liio.
K VI-: Nominal; No. .W;C,i"ro.
ToitAcro I- inn: juirs: common to chnwa
f J.7.V, iU.OO; leaf; eoiiiiiiiui red leaf. fS.OUii
Je.im: nieilium to irooii f VJ.'t't jtl'.'n).
HAY J'raine fi.ou.il. in for iinmo to I'ancv
new: clover nnxeii, JS'UD lor common to
prime: timulliv, 1U.Uu;i1mJU for prituu to "yilt
lii.'TTKii Firmer: choice to liuicv creamery
duiry. choice to lauey, 1114 We; low
Koos Ktisy. at I(k for strictly fresh.
1'otatok.s Firm at .Vyyue j er I ot-hol.
I'ohk Fairly active: newmess. I.V.Vlti.OO.'
1. aud Nominal; prime seeatu, n'n'm.
liAcos Loners. eyac; bhoits, ti'ue;
clem ribs, f '. c.
Wool Ttib-wiished. rhoiro, Stic: fair,
2'JiSsc; climry uiM low L'4 U. L'nwaslicit
Clioico inodium, -USe; trooil nvenure iiieiliiim
lifcUUc; selected liirht line lT'iil'.'e; (zooil uv
cniirc, lik'dTc; heavy ljjll.'ic: oouibliiir. l4
PioikI, "SXit'.'le: eoiiiliiinr, low h'ru'tes, 15'i,lsc.
Hides uuiet: dry Hint, liie: daiimircl,
l.'le: Puns or fta.'s, 10c; dry salted,
I-o: dry salted, ilainasred, IDe: kip and
calf, salted, S'e; damajred, G'c: Puns and
slaw, 64e; frceii, uucured, 7ae; damaj-'ed,
Siii:i:p Pki.ts Weak; preen, TOSOcj dry
do, 4U-t70o., as to amcmiit and ipialiiyor wool;
Ki'een sheitrliiiirs, lju; dry do, lUitlie; lam!)
HE vr Sleady; No. 2 lied. Atlinist, Wic;
Septumher, '.''.i.Uei Oelouer, f l.UT,' ; Novem
I oiiN Steady; AtlLMit. tl'lej Seplemlier
(He; Oe'.olier, t)4'i; 'November, tid'-ic
OATs-llinher: July, :Hi'-c; August, Wv,
September, iSfie; Oetober, ul'Vc.
( UICA K.
U'iil-ik C....L... ltilv K.l. Amp-iiJf
b.'ic; September, sii'asC'.ic; Octotier, Ni '(. "Te.
Cokn Firmer: July. ;'id'c; AuKUSt, Tm'bc;
sepieintH:r, iM'uc; nctouer, oje; ear, !.)' sc;
OATs-I.ower; July, :wSe; Auii-it,
Septenibc-r, i'i'.c; year, "ie.
Pouk Steady;' July, ii'i.jO; Au--'Ust,
I.Mto I.owi'i-: July, J7.1-' J; Auvust, tT.17'5;
Septeiid.er, f'JIM; Octoln-r,
biioar Kius July. 7.'.';; AiiKUst, t7.?!i;
Live Stock MarUots.
HoL'S-Heceipt-i, P!,M.Kl; fairly aelive;
pri cs Irret'iilar; ll'-dit, J.'i.dO".i.'.U; rouifh
'.ntl, . i h j. . , 111 IHJ ,'UI- tkll I 5 til CUI,'-
diif, ."i.:iV Vi.iui
f vru.K-1! :.ts. ti.HM; dull: cviorts. f.r)
'"lis",: (rood ehuii-e. ?i'..ixim;..Vi: coiiiuioii
to fair, tl si-tf.f,.-.i; Texans. J 'I.T-V'&'i.UU.
Sum i'-H .-eipts, I.hbi; xlow; eoininon to
ltiir, t.Vi; itomI lochoiio,
m i t Ai.o.
I'Ain.l. I'ueli uiL'cd; Indiana Kteers fr!iu
1,1'iu to 1 .." i muds. S''i.7 H".iti; Ironi l.'.'ou
to l,'W pounds. fii.iVe.iO; i'roiu '.unto l,imn lbs.
live I aire til f i. oi.u.'; lair to t'oo.l native cows,
5-,l.:.''" .'!; sloekers and feeders eiy weak at
Siiiep ami I. vmiis I'licliitiiLfd medium to
VO l hheep ol from so to lui lbs. uveru ru
tt.lii j.i.oll; inferior to lair sheep Iroiniito
Ml lbs. averat'" f"..V:'l l.tm; (rood to choice
lambs. S-i'.l'n ".T"-
Ilui;s Ma; ke; dull; tioodt choice 'orkcrti,
f.V"iii,tJ.'i.''i; poor to me I i u -it. .Vi '.-!. 13; biitcli
ers' trade, f V-7 ; choie , J i.kv.i.'Ai; (
t'AiTt.t: Peceiiits, weak ami slow; leo
lower: nat.tv steers of 1,2 to I.m.hj poutuls
aveia-.'e, f.,.ik.'H.:.t; do. !'"D to l.luil pounds
intriiu'e, 1 1.75" i. I "i: cows, fx'.Htr''(.il; rras
'li-.an st-urs. f.l.''pU-' I. cows. f..;ri;i. in.
linos- Keeeipui. .),iiw; llrmer; LV-Ole hteherj
lo s et i.'ii to am lbs. literate ?j.le ftjii;
in Only, t.'i.'.ii'. 'i .lj.
siiEki- Iteei ipts, :r;U; quiet; nativffi, fuir to
K'iod, ::.7.V'i. i.ry.
Monay and Stock Market.
Nkw Voiik. July s.Moncy lat per eeti ;
K.M'liutiiro st'Mdv at 4s4-'ts,t: (ioturnnientg
linn; currency, .'s. I ! 1 ; couiwil, l"U'-4
Lid: t k, do, II : v. T.iu ilealiuifs in the
M eit Fx- h i me we e on un unusually small
eiile .i, ji, in .,. , ei r. oillv li,IK)l HhareR cllllllif.
In:' huii s The i.uhs had control and forced
adt mi eh ut i t. Mk-mmjiI Puciiic wa-i the
li-Utiire, bi-iiex bid up over ,y (ioilld'S
bmk'Ts. At noon the adviuice ran(f-1 froiii
) '.-!. . .-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Oooso Island has a Democratic cam
paign club recently organized, numbering
one hundred members. They will have a
grand demonstration next week.
Wanti:ii-10 pounds of clean, white,
cotton rags at Tiik Hitlktin Ollice. tf
Hotli downtown police courts were busy
yesterday talking politics and looking lor
rain, and the city never experienced a more
orderly day. Keep it up gentlemen.
Notice Past duo accounts will be
thankfully received by Wm. II. Davidson.
Tho event of to-day will bo the dedica
tion and presentation of the Safford Mem
orial Library Building to the city of Cairo.
The exercises will occur to-night aud will
be of tho deepest interest.
New York Dial: The laborer who was
told by liis employer not to vote for Han
cock or he would get 50 cents less per day
exposed this whole humbug by answering:
"Boss, if you thought bo ye'd vote for Han
--Folger, who was kuocked oulby Cleve
land to the tune of 190,000 on tne first
round, pops up again with the smell of ar
nica hanging round him still, and confiden
tly announces, "I'm satisfied Cleveland can't
carry New York." '
The County Hoard will convene in an
adjourned meeting n.xt Monday for the
purpose of considering any objection that
may bj made by tax-payers to the assess
ment rolls of Assessor Parker, last prepar
ed. It will be in Bession several days in
-The stories alloat here about the Mur
physb'iro bank failure, were considerably
t-xagemted. That the bank failed is true,
but that there were prospects of mob vio
lence against llio managers of the institu
tion weie unfounded, bo far as we have
been able to learu since.
Those Republicans who urge as an ob
jection to Gov. Cleveland, that he officiated
at the execution of two murderers, seem not
to be aware that they thereby lay themselves
linbte to a grave suspicion. For no thief ere
felt the baiter draw, with good opinon of
the law or the man who executes if. See?
On the way back from Villa Kidge
yesterday, on the funcr.il triiu of the late
H. H. Bliek, Mrs. Kerth was suddenly tak
en very sick. She fainted and was uncon
scious for some moments. Dr. Strong was
on the train and was called to her aid, and
by the time tho train readied here she was
all right ngain.
The Democracy iu the county is also
wide awake, as may be seen from a com
munication of Dr. Stevenson, of Comnicr
cial Point, published elsewhere. A ctin-
priign club of fifty-seven members was or
ganized there a day or two ago, and it has
been determined to warm things up there
in a political way before long.
-Under the supervision of the Odd
Fellows of the city, rind the Hebrew society
to which he belonged, the remains of tho
late II. II. Clack wero interred at Villa
Hidge yesterday. Both lodges turned out
in uniform. A special traiu of three coach
a conveyed the remains and attendants to
tho burying ground.
Tho Democratic Convention for this
Senatorial district will be held at Jones
boro to day. Tho district is composed of
Alexander, Jackson and Union counties.
The delegates trom this county are Capt.
Thos. Wilson, Mr. Henry Gossman, Mr. M.
J. llowley, Sir. Patrick Sullivan, Mr. Jas.
Mulcahey, Mr. Geo. E. O'lhra and Mr. B.
F. Blake. Most of these and doubtless a
dozen others will attend the convention.
The teams and men are at work on
Fourteenth Street now, raising it to a level
with Washington Avenue. It will not be
tilled clear across, but will be raised only
in the centre, forming a roadway about
thirty feet wulu on top. Thi?, we believe,
is the last of the cross streets back of Wash
ington to be filled for the present, ex
cepting several in the lower portion of the
c'uy, below Eighth.
A Washington dispatch says: "The
supply of one-dollar notes having been en
tidy exhausted on July 1, the Treasury De
partment will be unable to supply any until
they can bo printed with the new approp
riation. The Treasury hopes to be able to
meet all demands for these notes after Au
gust 1." As nothing is said of a scarcity of
two-dollar notes, it is presumed that enough
arc on band to meet the requirements of tho
Republican Campaign Committee.
Tho prohibition niecments iu Kansas
has taken a new turn cn account of the con
viction and punishment by tine at Garnet of
an express agent for the olfencc of deliver
ing to the consignees two pnekages of spir
its. The express companies doing business
iu the town hhvu uotilied their agents to
close up their occounts' and, al ter July loth
there will be uo express offices open in that
place. It is said that all the express com
panies which transact business in Kansas
propose to follow a similar course in every
place where their agents arc made the ob-j-ct
of prosecution, even if the result is tiie
abandonment of the entire state.
We arc not through with national
conventions yet, though one can shoot at
an English sparrow anywhere in this great
country without endangering the lilo of a
nominee for tho Presidency. Next Wednes
day the prohibitionists will meet in Pitts
burgh, and probably confer a nomination on
St. John, of KanBns. Then on tho 00th tho
Independent labor party, with 075 delegates
ol its own and as many more as the labor
unions, tarill' clubs and manufacturing in
diistris may choose to send, will gather in
Chicago to decide which of tho ninny can
didates already in the field they will give
their support to. Besides these, the Inde
pendent Republicans are to hold a national
conference iu Niw York next
Tuesday. All this with the
the ehctimi uearly four months oil' and any
number of precincts yet to hear from.
Surgeon General Hamilton, of the Ma
rine Hospital service, says: "With the pres
ent rapid menus of communication, there is
always danger of cholera when there are
any esses iu the world." But lie lias faith in
the efficacy of the quarantine and other pre
cautionary measures, and still more in the
importance of preserving the sanitary con
dition of the large cities. The cholera, he
s:i s, might reach tho United States ten days
alter its appearance in France, aud might
never come, the only safe way was to pre
pare for the worst. Aud that is being done
nearly every where in the country. Hut no
where more efficiently aud thoroughly,
Puck of this week says editorially :
'We are going to support Cleveland and
lb mlricks, in the interest et good govern
ment and ci-mmon decency. We have said
in tlu.se columns, more than once, that we
had no fondness for the principles which
the Democratic party had ndvtiiiccJ in
ye rs p i.-t. Bat the old issues are nothing
no v. Thire is no longer a question of
S'.a'e's rights. The curse of si ivery is
taken from us forever. .There are still
these worthless people in tiie Democratic
party who advocated these ideas a gener
ouTtion ago. But they are now iu a mir
l'y; the feeliug of their party is ag'tinst
tin in. Under the leadership of a wise,
hone.-t and strong tn-in they sre powerless
for evil. And in Grovcr Cleveland
we have the wise, hone.-t and strong man.
This is our deliberate opinion, after watch
ing his political citeer with conscientious
care, lie is a man who lias thoro uglily
well earned the respect and regard which
we are now gla i to give him. He has hvl
to contend against popular prejudice; ho
has been put in positions where his judg
ment has ruu counter to that of his best
friend.-, and where ho has been subjected
to misconception. We had to learn to
trust but ably and well has he taught us
to give the fullest trust. Yes, if
you have auy doubt as to what we are go
ing to do about it, you have only to look
at tho two tickets. At the head of oik; is a
tainted politician. The Uil of it is a re
tired slave-catcher. The Democratic nom
inees for President ond Vict-Prt -s'.dent aie
two worthy, clean-handed men. We will
support them, even at the cost of being
called 'Dudes' uud Thariaes,' when that
'aggressive campaign' of Mr. Blaine's is, in
duo time, opened."
1 he First Campaign Club in
TI.e citizens of Commercial Pmn', 111.,
Convent d Thurslay night (it the store of
J. II. Foster fir the purpose of urbanizing
a Democratic club. A pledge of fidelity to
support the nominees of the Natioinl Dem
ocratic Convention presented, and fifty-six
sturdy Democrats pledged their support.
Dr. W.W.Stevens was elected Chairman,
with M. T. Liuegar as Secretary, and J. II.
On motion of Charles E. Tnlf, it was
agreed that the club shall be known as
the ''Cleveland an 1 Hendricks Democratic
Club of Commercial Point," that it meets
weekly or oltcner if found necessary. In
order that the Democrats mi'ht show their
appreciation for Democratic principles and
privileges, it was agreed to hold a Demo
cratic Barbecue and Ma?s meeting ou the
23 of July at Commercial Point.
Hon. D. T. Litieear and others are ex
pected to address the meeting. Committee
( f Arrangements, Messrs. Anderson, Tail',
Greanley, Martin and liyil.
A collection was taken up for the benefit
of the club and ."5.G0 secured.
The meeting adjourned with heorty,
good will to meet next Tuesday night ut
the Ht miek sehool-him-e, July 2'2d, IStf-t.
Dr. W. W. Stevexsox, Gum.
M. T. I.iNEtiAH, Secy.
Young Democrats to 1 lie
If the meeting held ut the Court House
List night is any criterion of tho interest
that will bo taken through,
out this campaign by tho
young Democrats of the city, we can con
clude with safety that there will be such a
revolution iu the politics of this county as
will surprise even the most sanginine Demo
crats and demoralize overconfident Hepub
Tho meeting was called for the purpose
( f organizing a club of young Democratic
voters, w hose object it should ho to labor in
the interest oi the party during this cam
paign. Tho Circuit Court room was throng
ed with young men soon after the hour set
for the meeting, and that, too, although
thero had been none of the means
ef altr.ctiou used, that are usually
resorted to in order to draw a crowd dur'uig
aciuupaigu. There was no music and no
bonfires. All who who there had cnnie
for business, and they imuiguiitcd the) work
Kxainiiu! our lar slock ot Light Wear Hjnlei wcar from
tho 15-mit winze Undershirt to the iincst ,Kr.oi) llalhiiggap.
Our stuck ol Summer Hosiery is comolete coim)riin-Ti'-le
Threaii, Ilalbriggan ami Silk lJalt'-lltw. "
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large? slock
of Sailor Suits ami Single Pauls and Waists
S A M B U R 0 E R ,
Tho 'M'ulace'' Cloihit-p.
G. T. WMTI.OCK,
CJLOT1 1 I.NG IK ) ITS K.
(Micct'ssors to (ioliMine A l.o-i nw.iter.r
A large ami complete stock of (icnts F,iini.shing (ioods,
Hats, Caps, iVc, iVc.
Cairn, II lino's.
CILWXG II AM & YOOU.M,
ISSUJMCE -:- AGENTS.
OFFK F: ttoom No. 1, M. eV 0. II. H. IJniltiing,
7V OHIO l.KVKli:, - CA1HO. ILL.
CO . I PAX I KS K i: 1 M i KS EN T MI):
livorpoel and Li ndon and (ihdjc,
(ieniiai.-ia Fire Jik Co.,
.spniigfieltl F. & AT. Ili.s. Co ,
Howard Ins. Co.,
runner's l'iro In. Co ,
in gu ra Ins. Co.,
WM. M.. DA VIDSOIV,
1 )f;a.luk itnt
STOVES, -:- BASGKS, -:- TIB,
eJapamu.'d.'$t..-rliii and Aatt? "Ware?,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs. Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Ailiiins &. We.-tlako, Oil. Gasoline and flas Moveri. I)t troit
Sab- Co., Hamilton Steed Plow, ( hilled Plow, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Sl.elleis, I lantevs, Kte, Etc.
. 27 &
TKLKI'IfOXK X(. 'JO.
with at: earnestness t!i:if w.'i'd have d die
cidit to older heads.
St.ite's Attorney Angus I,eek w:is elected
Temporaiy Chairman a re I Mr. Charlis
Frank, Temporary Secretnry. These were
subsi fpiently made the Permanent Presi
dent and Secretary of the club, with Mr.
W. B. Pettis as Vice-President.
A call for Biunatures resulted in procur
ing one hundred art! sixty-five naines.
Speeches were made by several of the
young men present, but the most telling
one was made by Capt. T. W. Shields who
responded to vociferous calls. He spoke
encouragingly to the boys, classing himself
as one of them, ut least, in heart. Presi
dent Leek and City Attorney Hendricks
were prominent among the other speakers
and all were loudly epplauded.
A committee was appointed to draft a
constitution nnd by-laws; another to pro
cure a suitable place fir futuie meetinos,
and then the club adjourned tubject to the
call of the chnir.
A clear or fair sky was reported from
nearly every point in this weather district
yesterday afternoon, though the barometer
was below !i0 ut all points but Yankton,
where the sky was cloudy. The therm
ometer ranged from 73 up to !i6. Rain
reported from Louisville, ,0); Vicksburg,
1.82; Now Orleaus, .02.
The rainfall hero during the twenty-four
hour3 ending lust evening measured .01.
The Bci.lktin theiinometer stood ns
lollows at the di Heron t hours of tiie day
given in the diagram below:
U IN 111
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f.. w. wiirihocK,
J 'l riotor
Hit f m
wM cyc tra
o v Ymk L'l.derwi iler's Agency,
tie! iiiaii-Aiiiei iean Ins t'o ,
( ity of I.i iidmi,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Ct.ntiiieiiM! Jim. Co ,
Northwestern Mutual Life Tns Co.
CV I HO, 111.
Nulicei" in tl.i t'li'ntnn uirec Hut j er ! socen i
one iiinurtiiiD or Jl.ui e-f u-i-';,
VoH S.U.K- fton-c ond let Ir-Hv.m-i. r,;h .t i h
' M oil i t II IKetl i.ve. I l.(lire of outer
fit MKS. . I.AUA'.HKK.
t,('U SALE r-. l.iri.!V lit oo 2V h STiet,
Loiiim.'s i vi-iou. Ap 1 to Jut). A I'uore.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Suee'csst r to Chas T. Xewldiid and
Plumb fa and Gas. Fir
CoiiinuMfial Ave, bet. fontli and Ele
PHvn Well Fern.' and Lift I'itnii furuislicd and
on: t'.. Auiit lor tin: Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOPiCE PUMP",
tin.' be-t tdimp ever Invented. New ('us Fixture
furrinliei! to orilur. (' if M.xttircg repaired and
CtyJulinlne promptly attended to. :j'Mf
rUBKItT A. HMITU
Grand Central Store.
D KALE US IN
Patrick T. McAlpine,
LeHiii r In
Mmlfl to Order.
KHi St., hut. Oblo Leveo &, Commercial Ave.
O.A1KO. - ILL.
ke'iiaU hifr neatly done at short notice.
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