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the Man of Thirty Millions and
fcsijcty-Tlu-oo Yours Ronowa
.rJ Ltxis to 'he Altar an Eirly Friend
of His Own and of His
Vr-.s Cooing Pair in Hiding From Their
KritnJs Supposed to Be in
y, w Yi'i.K, July r l Mr. Col'.U F.
2:n:.::: iron, the laihvay magnate aud
I r:v t.:;ic a millionaire, has beeu ab
mv: !r.:.i his usual hauuti forueaily two
vn'.j. lie has hhl.hu himself from his
r.w- is to enjoy without fear of disturb.
-i.e '..is second hoiiiymooti, aud his ro
tactic u.arr:ae a veritable love match
- ...j Uissr. freely e!icus?eJ by his old ae-;-..nunies.
who unite in congratulating
' o.a California pioneer on his new
:a:.-::r.r-!il venture. Of the many trange
v..-.M.L. at which the It', v. Henry Ward
r,avUr U o:!'.::ated this of Mr. Huut
: to Mrs. A. L. Worsham was one of
U .st. The surroundings were the
::: '.uviriou- to be found it New York,
'iv ;r.o.''s na:ue is known from Maine to
Jal.ivrfla, tie pretty bride has a more
t;n isljca icut fort line, and yet society
.;- . s . o t kao'-v tictu. The ceremony was
::. ::...".::: J :u tie I arlor of the widow's
V-e. '. 4. rhity-f ourth street. The
c:t t.'.tli autiue, has quite a
yi'rd in trout, and the clamberin?
v.u.s. i.uyi'. h the tuany wiudows
13 i r.v:n to t:.e place a:i air of rural
.x-t.lr.-;-', uutk-i- ol-- f.Tt that the resi-.'.-uck
:s .:: tie tasuioaab.e ceutre of
:..e c.-.'-a -x-i e.ty. 11 ; - r has It that Mr.
Uv.:.';:;i-.-3 ; .d tie boose many
y-.ars a. j asd ; refuted it as a testimoui
If fr.en-:.y r-.-.-a.-.! to Mrs. Worsham.
The t..ry cf the Intimate friendship
ex '-et'v -'.a t:.e Worshani and the
li ;:t::.-..:s ratuilies is iutere-ti:nr.
li'.'U?': railway I'r--i K-nt was iati
r.ate w::; 'hrucr-ti Grant, knew Mr. Van-ii:i-L
it i." ' m i the ectre to nearly
ill .'. h.;-i?c? in thj dy, he visited
:a.y a: tie w: low's coy home in Fifty
f . i.-'h st.-':-.:. .ii: 1 Mrs. Worsham, with a
ferrtse of and every oppor
tune? t; gratify any social atubitioa
s;;.:u: ?:i'el i;r :iu.e at thi II u at; us.
a r...ir..'. )a. Ti'.' wlljw aud Mrs.
H ;-t'.!2r..-n w- r-.- said to be devoted to
:iea cn-.r. The latter was aa invalid
aai Ue v:s:ts ut Mrs. Wr-ham were
lo- k';d upon as the brightest uruorjj; her
Mr Uirttitt.'toti's cure is weil-kaowa
to ife-. uter-j et Wa.l street. Tail aud
erect. .:e bears i.;s sitty-i.Lret; years as
taowa Uev ...i i iirft Lira '.u the prime of
life, la '. -vt he was married to a eiuriii
woman, ho oded e.uht. months jo.
W -en tue ; jl i -' -jr r-rvs- out in 'it; Mr.
II rat.::;",'1! w : to Cililviala, where he
iec3: -luted a 1- r-.;;u.' lie retura-.'d to
New Y-.rs vvry y. irs -ui. but made
f:e',:;e!iL t.-ir.s to Ci..;-:.-;;;,!. It was dur
2-' cite ..f t.t-se tr:;:s ti.at he met
fc. Worsau.-ti, tu-n i dashing
''- as w;.io-.v ..f twer.ty-J.'e. .he was
i beaattfoi blon ie of ;n ler-enient for
tuae. Mr. II:n::::.'.;a, .t 'is said, be
eaae trustee of her property. The
Haatinijton's had no cU:.dn:ii, and lil'teeii
"-ar? a-"-- they adopted a ;;r. whom they
caedt.lara U-iatiu.t.yn. iv; is an ao
Cjmpdshed you:: ..i-:y, aad it wis whis-per'-d
that sie wis at oj.c time end ued
to Whlteaw l-'i-.'. Mrs. Hunti'i-.'toii ip-r--a.-d
to syttputiv.i: with her lini-band's
r'.itar-! tor Mrs. Worshmi. aad it is sai-i
wis suite wi:i:i4 that ha ahotild utve the
iadv vi.m!)! prnei:ts.
Aiiouteiaht inooths wo Mrs Huntiai
tui .iie.i, aad Mr. liuat;n'ton!us piiet:v
"iarreii a:s old irieiid. iier sou, who
ept :;i:r company ia the itreat ho'ise,
it is sa.d, be sent off to seiiooi when
tae ceuple return from their hom-vmoon.
I', is sa.d that thev are uo .v triveda ia
Nkw oki.kans, Li., July 2:'. A child
died lure this morning of yellow fever.
Fumigation followed, and the authorities
do not anticipate an epidemic.
Cixn.NN.vn, 0., July I'J. The verdict
in the llartuett wife murder caso was
returned at 1 p. in. It reads: "(iuiity of
murder In the llrst degree."
NhWAUK, N. J., July 20. Nothing has
yet been heard of the hoiulnt; plgcous
released at Mattoon, 111. The owners
say it will be live days yet before they
will abandon hope of seeing the birds.
The Arctic Explorers.
Wamiixo ro.v, U. C, July 23. General
Ilazen says that Lieuteuaut Grecly liter
ally accomplished everything he was scut
to do, and he brought his party safely to
Cape Sabine, where his responsi
bility euded. Linden Kent, counsel
for Lieutenant Garliugtou before
the Proteus Court of In
quiry, has written au open letter to Gen-
t-ral llazeu in defense of his client. He
claims that Garlintou was not respon
sible for the failure to deposit asuilieient
quantity of stores at Cape Sabine. Mr.
Kent says tnat this was Greeiv s own
fault, aud that Garlimrtou carried out his
instructions to the letter.
Bi Failure in St. Louis.
St. Loi is, Mo., July 23. J. II. Wear,
I!cogher Co., wholesale dry goods
dealers, on Washington avenue, failed
this morning, and as.sigr.ed to Nathan
Cole. The house was eue of the largest
in the city, and was supposed to be the
most solid. 7ae news created a sensa
tion in the trade. It is feared that other
failures will follow. Nominal assets,
-i0", .:); liabilities, half that amouat.
lhe coilap-e is attributed to dullness ia
trade aud the tardiness of the merchants
of the Southwest in meeting their obligations.
OENKKAL LOCAL ITEMS
ColUde-i With a Freig-ht Train.
Asnt'iiv I'akk, N. J., July 2d. The fast
express on the Pennsylvania Ilailroad,
due at Philadelphia at t:l.'j a. in., ran
Into a freight train at Deal Belch at 7:13
this morning, :nashing and piling ia
heap freight oars oa bota tracks aad
delaying travel several hours. A trae.i
man, name unknown, was iastant.y
killed. Thi express train wis but little
Great Destruction of Lumber by Firs.
LVv-t Sa-iimw, Mien., July 2;!. At
midnight a lire broke out ia the lumber
yard of Clark i Goddard, oa the west -i do
of thi rh t-r, aad after destroying :,),)
feet of lumber, communicated to thi
lumber yard of Backus i Binder, burning
l.'.'i.'O, '.'!.' feet belonging to that t.rai:
)),'.) feet be.ODging to G. and J.
Backus; U, ').". fet.-t, the property of V.
S. Greea .4 Co., and 11,0 ) belonging to
N. ,N;ldcU, of U )ine, N. i. .iud.l :i
Clark lose jS.1,'.iU Backus v. Bailer,
iU,'!Ol; H. and J. Biokas, .;.-. W.
Green A Son, .$.,.', and U. N. -id .'ti,
i'l.'i'. Aii fu.ly insured.
i .w id -a in- i iii- ct:p.
Lo'M.i.'N, July i.'aaada wan the
Ilajaa of Kolapore's imperial cup at
V .miji.udon to-day. The compclitioa f ;r
t'i eup wis for t.:a:cs .-t eig'n, selecte.l
from tae etUeient v.jinii'eei--, of the
mother eouatry, a;vl from tae m.iii.a or
ei!lri..-ut volaaieers ot any BritUli colony
Gria and Frov.siona.
w k, : s r.sr at, jclv 2:,
rirrOV-Sf4!l,l(r; ni h.inx. In ;.t "il ! , .
I'l.oirn 'i:i y. X-vA !o e!loi..-i:, l.i-.i J1..1.",
pH't'et-. f ."yl.U
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Ilvn H.l Ii N.j. M'i.i.Jo.
1'oriACc o 1 1- ; 1 ; iiu -; i",minon To rhnrr.
f li.T.Vifi 10.00 : ii-a:'; eiMn.-nuii r...l Ji.:jtjj
lu.'itl: iiii-Uiuai !o -noil f 1::. 17,. n).
H vYPi-a.i-;c $'. :. ',): 0.1 t,,r nn'.ii t ) r.i.aey
in-'v: oiover iiu -m. f--:.l'i t i- (.i.inm'.a i.i
ITMii.-: nmutliv, iiu ijii'ilT.u) 1'or i,nnii: ui "n'.'.l
UCTTi'H Klrmi'ri en. ,(,,. ui t.inev i-n-:i;ner7
1T''?J!n:: il.i.rv. uoie to lancy, U-iliie; loiv
hiii.." (mi-v. at. In' - .I'lU,. for tni'ily frsh.
PoTVToK Firn at '4.V- 1 er i.ii.-in i.
poiot I "oil . new ines-t. I .., lt .'m.
I-.vuu Nwin. na.; nnme 'leaai. ii if,
U.ii.os l.tj.nrs. -I, ,; suorts, ti', t'e;
c.i-ai nijH. x '. in.
Wool. Til!i-vv:lJlli'.. elloii'O, i.'lie: fair.
2T'S!: .tinirv ana u,w U i,::",. (:n:Hii-ii
Cliouaj incniiini. ;n :e: irooil a-'.'ra re iiii.ilium
I'.i'Oie; 11M T1-.I liirtu iln. l7-fcl:l.!; irond av
I'l iue, lil' E.i:.i, hi-:n y IIIi.h:: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'r.
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UtLiHH ijwii-i : -iry tlint. iiic-. .lamau-'-fl,
l".e: mj.is or tau Hie; .try rtuli.'il,
lite-, ilry mi.us'U 'lu.ii.iif ' 1. lir.: kin an 1
'n.r, aa.tii. .; ia.n:ttf-l. 'le- dmuh an l
Sl.is. jJ4e; ureeu, iiavia-eil, iliiiiiaj-i.it,
SHRBP PUl.Ta v,.nk; JTf!l. "'I'VOi' ; it;-y
ill), kO-tiTlk-., in to amount ni'l iia.,1 v of won;
ini'i-ii slu-ar'niJ-i, l.,v; ,;vy do, lil.,i;; l.iuu
v.e s iri'l d-.-s:gr-s w
tri.-t with the rsi
ar. 1 .ii itruc'iv : i' ,r -
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of prii.ci,: b
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(. . tl r Cottnry, f r i !;-.
m i.t? i t' this i;.i!i i'-t
ive i tTective tir-s !
:.'; at tl.-ir p tfv v.-
hi,-; b'.-eQ 1.
c .;, ia.ir ot
mi 1 i.e of tile ; ''.
ar, 1 r ,-p v-.-i ' f
w.tli uiach un
coiiNW vi.l's p.vi.s.
Hnu.iv, Jn'y L':l. Two men named
Johnston and Little have been arrested
for connection with the crimes charged
against Mr. Cornwall, Secretary ot lmb
Detective James Ellis French, who was
recently arrested on a charge of felonious
practices in connection with the Corn
wall case, had a hearing betore the mag
istrate to-day. The proceedings were
conducted privately, and the result of the
c.imiuat;oii has not yet been announced.
i'KTi'p.siifiit'., V.v., July 23. The most
destructive dre that has occurred here
for a long while broke out this morning
about 1 ;i;u in the peanut factory of K. C.
Mark, which w.ls entirely consumed
with ,!)iii ijug-of peanuts Hid machinery.
Los, .i.'n.'ji'o, Thi; peanut factory of
l.e'Tg: Davis, adjoining, was also de
stroyed with ;,"!) ,txzt of peanuts and ma
chinery. Los. i.;,'. The factories
were vilui.d at j,oi.ij ,.ttU!i.
Imitating Paul at PUUUpyi.
Gra.no UvI'iijs, Nrt' u, July Jh. The
!ulvatlon Army to the number of tweuty
four, (twelve ot whom were womeu, two
of them beiii( colored;, were arrested
ami placed in jail last uigin. f(;r disor
derly couduec in pHmdlng the strevia
contrary to the order ul the M.i'tr. They
mad! nbght hidnous at the poii'ce station
with yells, shouts and prayers.
Bishop of Cuveaport.
Dks Moimes, Ia., July 23. A cable
(llsfatcli from Rome brings the Udius
that tlia Very- Jlev. llenry Cosp-ovo, of
St. Margaret' Qmrch, Davfopwrt, has
baeii awolotsd Bttfhup of Lhe Sum ot
Davewrl, which comprises the swith -era
tmU ot Iwa.
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Anirti.a., lili' je;
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Wuiia r-r.ow. r. An--u-t, ,,; -u i i t !-.
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l.'tl I'. , i -1 1 1 1 !. -;i; ,.: ji.,,.
I'DHK-.-i iMilv, .luiv :: ArnrtiM, f::t; Sail.
tiMili r. I'i in; yisir. f 1 1. Ml.
L.iilD I.iivvi-i-:' .i.'.i! . Imv, t.i.;c, An .-ut;
?7.ilTS -i'iii-iii!:!'r: i mi u-ihIiit.
Mli hit huh-,lu :v, J", l:." .; Aii.-ti t. St'. ("..
Live Stocii Markiitrt.
Hoirs Ui-i.'i'ipl . ill.Hii; ninrlii't lair'y aei ivi',
"h'.ij.- Ii.iftifr: au'ii. f iI.Um .ii: rmiua i u n
in.r. f ir.i.'i..i.; hi-avy pui'liiiiir a.nl -iti 1 1
piier S.'i.ni'. - "i.il5.
i v n-i.i'. -lii'i'i' iij, il. .'(in : -t -ml : evimr't,
th.:i."a.ii. ifinwl ,to i-hon i', .f ",..(.!.;; i;
eiin noil to I'a.r. ft 5n In
.IICMi'-Ki' pis, I.l'in; iii'i.lv; inter or to
K oil. ? i.itita.:...'...
( ' v rn.i: Maris 'l wi-n'u at yi-.ti"r'lti;.- 'l
priri'S: t-titri -ti'i-fs M 5il.jil..l: lair In
i-lioirr -Ii ) i' r -'. ?5.ilii".il.Mi; iinnr to iiii-
li'iin nil'lvi;, .1,'.H (,.-.'.:i; hiit'-IHTM' enwH
SH ;5 '. ).,.; Iinlian -li'i-re .) in -6 4.ini;
i; nv . a.'n .l t) ; lu mids, t l..'i0 -tl.;.1i;
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niii.i' Marlii t 11 n-.-y; pr ei s wieili; vft n
aeai in lair, ! I.HIi ' I.I 5; uoml In elinii'i),
51. '.'. is 7."i. iiiinii-, .i.iili:i(,M .mi.
H !.. M.ii'M.'i iIimii ivnli ;ro m ili'iiminl ;
.on U i) ie;iiii-ii Vor'ii'rs, ;i.-si'.i.i.!iii; ntfht
in .''!, r .'!'(.. i. T." : iiiimI imi W"iulit dull. ta-Snifl
' ; 1 '. 1 1 1 n i , sen; rn;s. k.iti'i..iii.
ii.vvk v.s e'lTr.
in. i' pin. i.iKni: wi'iik nml xluw:
'i1'11' mil irniin. nut ; i' ritt'i'i. ut I.Jn I to l,.rfl
iii.iiii'N n.i'i.ui. j.,.;ii , j i In. siinc nl :u
t i l.!"i pnuiiiiH .ivniL-i! i 'ill. ,.-(,; ,u,vm,
.:. (..; Tfi. K-s li'xaii t.'iiiN, ?. llOtdll.-SJ:
dims. ;:.T.'i"-. :ii.
HOiiH Hf-llitllH, I.;.ki; I'l'iuly ljtf!,f
4j Hi; liimvy mm rni.vi"!. '..lli vi.lti.
.shrki' KiM-mpu, :m; ti.,i,. ; tmtivim
onuu In avnwu. Sli. 1 1.
A fine son was born unto Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Lolir, Tuesday night.
Mr. Oeorfjo ll.'tnlricks, Hr., lias licyun
work on the new school house on Thirteenth
Full iu lino ami your cuiiijiaif,'i
badges at Miller's jewelry store. lw
Two yoiingbtcrs were up before Magis
trate Comings, yeslerdny for "taking'' a
cheap watcli from some one. The case was
continued till to-day.
Pure Kltfit) Creamery 01b packages,
2o cents tier pound. G. II. Jiickson Si Co.
Mr. J, P. Lehnin,;, the Charleston
(Mo.) mtichant tailor, will return to this
city aud p into business before Ion;,'. 1 It
went from here to Charleston some years
ago, but has concluded that "theie's no
place like homr-,'' after all.
Notice Past due accounts will be
thankfully received by U'm. M. Davidson.
To-morrow the n,.'t,locra;i0 Club of
Ccuuiieiciti! Point will give a barbecue
there, at which everybody from the sur
rounding country will be present. A iar'e
leiegxtion will go up from here early to
morrow luorniLi;. A t;ranJ time ii ex
pected and not without good reasons.
-IJ liucy Herald : The Knights of Lb r
ia convention have signified their intention
to work for Cleveland. They have nothing
against Blaine, but the republican sute h--
lsla'ure ounag its last session defeated er-rv
bill present 1 ia the interests of worklng-ni.-n.
The knights are preparing to i;-.-t
even with the party.
The Uev. Mr. Krouse, pustor of the
Lutheran Church of Si.ricficlJ, Illinois,
who las been a Republican since lji'.O and
always voted with his party, writes to the
Chiciigo Newj th it he rejoices in Ciev-,
hnd's nomination and will do whit lie c-.n
to secure his election as ho did his t.otulr.1-tion.
Judge F. Bro-s returned yesrer-hy j 2--',r B::-'T 0
frcm a trip to the central pirt of the State,
where he went ou business. He alter, le i
a granl Democratic ratification meeting at
Danville, and had a locg talk with Hon.
John II. Oooriy and with Gen. Lieb, the
sturdy eld Gem-. a Democratic leader.
Everything looks altogether lovely iu the
Democratic camp, says the Judge.
The steamer Three Status is crowded
to her ful est capacity every morning with
teams and men and women from Missouri
aad.Keatucky, coming to Cairo to dispose
of farm pr I'lucts and purchase other art.
c'.es. Yesterday morning at the first trip
the boat brought over not less than twery
five wag', rs all I. a led with viri .us pro
ducts. B ;t this is bir-!y the bee-inning -f
A coh-r-id worn in nirr.ed Mirtln living
on II ,lbroi;it Avenii'i h is a hen tint liid
two eg23 at once a d ty or two ago. Tin!
eggs are without shell and are connected
by a ligament about an inch long and a
tarter of an inch in diameter, 'lie eggs
a.-e each of the ufaal size; one is yellow,
the other white. Mrs. Mirtln put them in
siit -Alter an i sent them to Tna lt:i.r.n.Ti.
o.Kce. h deires to sell th.-m to some
Tne Phil i'lpli!a Times in reoiy to a
correspfindimt, says : "Gov. Cleveland never
vatoed such a bill (a ;th ori.lng') Catholic
priestd to visit inmates of the New York
public chvrities,) and no such bill was pass
ed since he lus been govenor. The bill was
passed several yean ago and vetoed by Gov.
Cornell, the then republican govenor, and it
passed the senate during the last session of
the New York legist iture, but never passed
the house. The statement that Cleveland
vetoed any such bi.l is entirely fiise.''
Wheeler, the U. S. Mirshalnf the
Soutnern uistnct 01 l.oiiois who w is con-
victi;tl by the Springer Committee of gross
iishonesty in the management of his office,
has not yet been removed fr-an ollice, nor
have any of the deputies under him, who
helped to rob the Government. He and
they are needed to work for the election
of the pure and able Mr. Blaine, and any
Republican who would demand their olli
cial heads would he. denounced by the ma
chine as false to the party.
lhe Democratic ticket nominated by
tiie convention at Jonejboro last week will
meet tlm hearty approval of the people of
the district. Our own I). T. Lincgar is
agsin tlio candidate for the Lower House of
tiie Illinois Legislature, in which in former
years he did such etfective work. He cim
aiford to stand upon his record there and
his constituents will endorse his nets by
sending him lme.lc again. Hon. Geo W.
II id I is the cundidut;! for Senator, n man
of ability and of sterling e.haiactrr. His
predecessor, Lemma, w m, irener, ,ily, a satis
factory rep'ri'sentativn. lie labored stead
ily and not without effect for his constit
uents; hut the people will not lose by the
change, for Mr. Hill is, in every wsy, Mr.
Lemma's peer. The candidate lnr represen
tative from the upper end of the district is
Mr. Davis, of Union County, an uimssuni
injX man who has till now modestly blushed
iu comparative obscurity. But his ptrty
was in search of worthy men and it found
him out. This ticket will bo elected, of
course, and the people of the oOth Illinois
were never represented better than they will
he by thsso gentlemen.
The Democratic party of this Senator
ial District needs not expect to receive
single Prohibition vote. Whilo theio are
stuiie rrohibitionisls who were- formerly
Democrats in this ithd other coun
ties composing this district, (hey will not
vote for the Democratic
nomincis, even though their
own party has made no nominations.
They will all vote for the llepubliciin nom
liecs, because these are good enough Pro-hibitioiii.-ts
for them. Mr. W. H. Rogers,
the Republican nominee for the Lower
House Hgainst Mr. Linr-ijar, is us good a
Prohibitionist as inot any of tui in. He
was good enough for the Prohibitionists of
his own native county iu lSti'v', when they
sent him as a delegate to represent them in
the Prohibition Congressional Convention
at Carbon dale, to iioiuinate a Prohibition
ciudidate for Congress against Citpt. Mur
phy, He accepted the responsibility in
good taith and helped zealutisly to per
petrate Toin Logan upon the people of the
diitrict. And he is a good enough
ProhibitionL-t now and will carry the
strength of that party with him to the
polls. But will the liberty-loving Gvrniacs
of the Republican party fctuiid by that par
ty when it places at its head men who ure
open au 1 b.d 1 champions of sumptuiry
leeisdati .n f the i iot unr.-as-itiabie ortf
V;1. tiii y mi .ir f ii:!:'i.l to the par'y after
that party h.ai .- fir i-'r-iyi 1 from the
f..ndaaient..l pr;r.i i; ' s of a fr i: govern
r.iei.t as to v ;h;r. !:!. o,d ka vinglg t!
Vite t-i p..s:ti n i f u 1. irity in the public
co.;nc;.s m-.-:i w.. )
hr. ivs ;i to nti.-rt iin
;.h are in direct ct-n-I
;.! t'.y of citl.ns
ii-s-i'ut'i.ns? The Ger
f ' ' c-tin try where
o; ty i f s'ich a bold
0. 0 r ;t i e,';tated to
i j, for instance
-:' 'hii Sti'c, St.
Vi'e I. hit-ve thi.- Ger
mil t ot fail to (ilso
1. e 'heir ditplea,
.1 !;, :.. xtjN'ovtmber.
ivirsi; city, I
1 w;:!i tiu daring
iii. a ia'u i p.y in the
s -fro- ;is. They pvs
. n s if th-y were in
r 4 I t ti m m k
k3U 1U1I1 1
1 " 'V
il IJ1 Is
1 "1 -v
ExiuniiHio.il litrti -lock ol' lAhl Wear Hiitlci wPiir lioin
the 15-w'iit "iiuze lliitlci'sliirl to flu; Hurst- frVOD lliillninp.
Our stuck ol Nuiiimer Jlosicry is complelc coiiiprisiiij; lA-m
Thread, IJalbriiui nnd Silk llalt'-JIosc.
g S-T-K-A-AV ll-A-T-S
in aliiintlancc. Manillas in hirgu qiiunlilies. (.'hildrcii's
Straws a specialty.
Especial atfeiriioii is called io our largo slock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pauls and Waisls
SAM BURG -ER,
Tin- "I aliKM." (;i(,l,i,.r.
K. W. Will J LOCK,
i i hi ii ii-i .i-
(1. '1'. WIllTI.OOK.
uv wit a m
r 1 1
C LOT I I ING I lOL'S h.
i "UPCCs.hom to (io!ditilie & 1,'osi'ii Wiiti-i' j
A 1,11'ire and coiiipldt; Mock of (Int.-s F-inuMiin tiooiN,
Hats, Cajis, Ac, v.
-:- AG liNTS.
OFFJ( K: Room o. I, M. A 0. I;. H. nuildin-,
r;j 01 1 ( a:vi:k, - - c;a i ko. ill.
I iverp'M 1 mid I.ciidnn and Gb be,
Geniiiti.'ia Kire Ins. Co,,
pringtiel(l A M. Ins. Co .
Howard in. Co.,
F armer's r irr Iih. Co ,
Nii?ani Iih. Co.,
New loik I'ndervsriii .-fi-w y,
. Geriiiiui-Aiiici icnii Ins Co ,
t ity of London,
Ainaoii Ins. Co ,
CoiifiiM-iit il Ids. Co,
Noi tlavt-sti-i n Mntii tl Life !ns. Co.
ti.eir n .rri-s: an 1 driv-.-rs -u -fteQ ohlig--i
to bring their li-.rvs to such a aud I en
i.i.:tl it tl.ny are alra-.it thrown bickwirds.
E en iittl..- to ilers n t over two years old
w'.l, -hidi out in ffoi'.t of a team, arid only
hy the greatest rlfort.s can the driv -rs pre
vent them from i.-eir.g run ov-r or trun'.p.ftd
Thi.sj llt'.l'.- s'.r-.et nul.-.a;'.''.' icwi to try
ev,;rv postiii-; rl in to g-;t ii.'; ;rud, i rid thus
take a.i the r 'ensure out of ilrive. I ,"t ;
si-en tli-ni lie !Ht on their luck in the nnd i
'. of a cr.is-irs''. an i roll in the dnt ti.l I
n-.-tthr nun or be ts' coui-J tei: iat ti. y I
wen- without v -ry close inspect; ,n. Or.vers j
occ-isioniay s'riKe cut w;t:. ti.eir wiiirs ti
ciov,i these y--un2ister. ir, 1 while they may
n-.'t S'-i.m kin 1 in this act, they are certain
ly m ra !,uniari than the p-in.-r.t.-i who per
mit the criminal r.arc:ii"i!ii--'S of which I
srieaK. M i ii i.etti-r have the smart ot a
wiiip thin to In- lvurigleil or crippled for
life, or instantly killed.
The 4'i istion in my niln 1 k r. in inteili-
gent paren'i oe so cari-.(i-jH ot tm-ir ii'.tie
ones as to take these cot.tnt risks of iif-,
or do theyithink there are to) many chihl-
rcn in Cairo;
In either case it sei ms to rae, tint the
watchful eye of the police, would lie a
hiessing to the poor, little neglected child
ren and to tin: driver-" also.
Yours truly, Ivan .-as.
J;qanrH-d Merlin 'tnl jXatc AVfarc,
iiiid Caia's, liatli Tub-, Water Coolers it Tee Cream Freezers.
A.-iif for Adiims A Vrtl.tke Oil. Ga-oline and Gus ytove. lftroit
:-.ifi- Co.. Iliiiinlfon Steel 1'lows, CliillciJ I'low, Welkin? Culfivafurs.
I on; M.fdlcrs Flanters, Kto., Ktc.
vic 07 v'- ,)-) Ki-1'"1 s,m'''
I'KIiKr'ItO.VK NO IJO.
.-I. i.i .:)
Tiight at the present t.me there u a finer
prospect for a prosperous fali nni winter in
this city than there lias cv -r heen hefore.
Tiie spirit of making permanent internal
improvements that h remarked the presi.-nt
aduiinistration aoovenil previous onus, has
become contageous, and citizens in ail
parties of the city are piaiiiiiiig to improve
their homes or are already engaged in tlio
commendable work. This w irk of im
provement contii.sts chiefly of filling up
low hits that iihut streets recently tilled, or
that have been ordered to be Ailed; and to
such an extent is this work in progress
now that many who have determined to
till their property are compelled to wait for
teams and men to haul the dirt. Every
team iu the city is making from to
$4.00 per day, and there are not half
enoue-h to lie had at thorns priced.
Messrs. Smith lliothers were the first to
gul their lots on Thirteenth Street lilled up
even with Washington Avenue, and their
property looks a hundred per cent, belter.
Mr. limirge Parsons Iihh a considerable
forceof teams and men at work, raising his
recently acquired resilience property on
upper Washington Avenue. The property
comprises six lotii, all of which will be
raised to a level with the la'ely ('--tablidied
grade of Washiiioton Avenue, ubove Eight
The Wabash Company Iihh ntill a train
of trout live to ten dirt-curs employed from
morning till night, lianlin" dirt from the
point mi to Oiitiiiiiereial Avenue, abovo
Twentieth Street. A huge Bteain plow is
used to unload the cars, sn operation that
is very interesting to people who have not
had opportunities to watch it before.
Steve Bradley has his teams and men at
work, Ailing up Seventh Street, back of
Washington Avenue, nnd tlio order lias
gone forth that Eleventh - and Twelfth
r I. I r.eir
C.d ir .-trf.-t or Jeff, H..n Av,;r,r.i
Iu an:!., ip I'M.ii tl.tt ilr-se s're-'M will so .n '
hcf.ilel ti,-- ,-vr, e--j ,.f some of tie' line n si :
dere f r p- r'y ah ; ting th- ni are p-eprins: i
to r pr ei'-r'-, li-o. Mr. F. Kors
rn 'j f r wl.l r :.; his p-,::r.ie at the Corner
of M.'-v 'r.'.'i and Wlr.",t 'r-etn; and dpt.
San lu-ky will al-.. raise his slt'i tted i.. vt
to Mr. iv .r-:;-.i-y.-r'-. Thi se gr!-,., nn-n are
ev-;n now w iltlr.g for te-ims to go to work.
Mr. Aiithor;e who cvns the attradva
premises at the soU'hwest corner of Seventh
and W:i'.r.ut Streets, will ai-..Jrve it up to
the r.ew level of the street abutting it.
A ;,-r position is now being considered
by the pr .per olU 'ers at Washing. n, to fill
the fourteen lo's of the L'. S. Marine Hospi
tal up to .the -i !7 ! with Wasliingtoii Ave
nue mid h.-T-! the fill terraced ilown to a
level with the g,"' uiul immediately sur
rou iid lug the premises. It has been pro
posed that a stone wail several feet high
will enclose the premises, and on top ot
that an ornamental iron lem-.e will be
placed; while the grounds will be sown
with grass and gtuded with trees and
shrubbery. When finished, this will be
one of the must attractive pieces of property
in the city.
The Board of Directors of the Opera
House Company have had several meet
ings lately, at which the advisability of
erecting two or three houses on the vacant
Opera HiiiiS) lot was disciwsed, and one of
the directors said yesterday, that it would
probably not be thirty days before tlio
graund would be broken for several lino
brick business houses on these lots.
The many substantial houses now in
course of construction aro progressing fine
ly. Mr. A. T. Pel'mm will probably be
llrst to occupy his on Ohio Levee. Capt.
X. 15. Thistlewood will be. next, with his
feed nnd commission Htore; Mr. Peter
Xclf's hotel is being very carefully put up
and will be several months in course of
completion yet; C'tpt. Shields will he able
to occupy his beautiful home in about six
weeks; the foundations for all tlio Marine
Hospital buildings are about up and ready
to receive the superstructures; Mr. Desi
monia will have the foundation for his
large brick business house ready by the
end of this week, huving had not a little
trouble in preparing the ground.
Thus it will be seen that while a very
good time is already here, a better time is
coming for Cairo, over which everybody
ihould feel happy.
N. -.t '! in flii i-iVumn ,r.. lln -i or !- ..-,,! t
dtii : liner' on or $1 mi r it.
OU S A f,F r i rt.'.ifi'i'- loin on ."eh r-"t ,
i iw.nsjn I) vi. inn. Apj. y t.i f no. A rnore.
CAIRO STAK LAUNDRY.
I rivi: t r-'pec.'r'.v itnnoini-o to lle olt'fansof
r'um. ir,t I hnv- o;.i-n. i1 nri'i nm Mrrvln on t
In" r.'" Ittnnitr.' in tin. r"nr of W.nt.-ri" li'ork.
mi Si-veplh ST' i't. wi.-rc am r-r-'P',r,"t 'O it il
kiiel" of AO'k In my .in In miGrinr An rt irnrk
n-mii'liip nml Hle, it . -fy I f ij- comp"t!tlon unit nt
rnnoi.inw' fl.'iiri"". A.l -.r' trnnrnn'tvi), mel
prompt pHvinrnt if sny iiotN r lot.
M A It V HKNNKr.T.
NV K Hn'runr to 1 un nil r .". T oroo jh th pr!vti
'niriiii-t! to tin- Wiui.-r' Itim'it. ' M-S n
iSiiccessri' to ritas T. Xevvland and
Plumber, Steam sod Gas Fitter
floiiiiiicreial Ave, bet. Tentli and Ele
venth Sts ,
CAIlr), : : : UA.
Hr'.vi; W-ll I'.ir'-.' ami Lift lnin; fueni-fno! itmt
nut up. A.'i'io f.ir 'lie iii-'i-liraii-it
"BL'CKKYE FORCE PUMP"
ttiebi-ut pti in j ever Inwnleil. New (iim PWliiren
fiirpihi'i! to onti'r. Oil l"'i.'i uren repaired mnl
4-r,I.)liliiil promptly intended to. Hl'l-lt
jah n. SMITH.
KIIKKHT 4. KMITII
Grand Central Store.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mmlrt to tJivlor.
Stli St.,liit. Ohio I.evi'O A Cominerelttl Avo,
OAiuo, - ir.r
Kepii'in neatly done at short notice.