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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: KM DAY MOlilVlNG, JULY 25, 188-1.
HE "MURDERED" HER.
Phijjulur Conduct of Frank Hatch
higa. Who Stranglod Ilia
He Gives Himself up to tho Authorities
Expressing His Willingness to be
Hanged For His Crime.
But is Afterwards Persuaded to Plead
"Not Guilty" to Accommodate
Sax I'liANcisco, Cai.., July L'4. The
case of Frank K. llutchiugs, who
strangled Lis mistress last Wednesday, is
tho most remarkable in this country.
After murdering the woman he gave him
self up to the authorities and confessed
the crime with all the details, He said
he was willing to be hanged. Monday
he pleaded guilty of the crime in the
l'ollce Court, and wa taken before Judge
Wilson in the evening and again pleaded
guilty, refusing tho aid of attorneys.
The Judge, after hearing the brief,
but conclusive evidence of the prosecu
tion, fouud the prisoner guilty of murder
in the tlrst degree. Judge Wilson was
greatly impressed with his responsibility
in determining the degree of the prison
er's guilt, lie appointed three attorneys
for the prisoner, and yesterday when
brought into court Hutchiugs withdrew,
through his attorney, the former pleas of
guilty. Hutchiugs being asked if this
was his desire said: "I would rather
plead guilty, but it seemed I can't do as
1 wish, so 1 will plead not guilty and
stand trial to accommodate them."
The Court accepted this remarkable
statement as satisfactory, and the tii 1
began yesterday. It is contended by some
that Judge Wilson has clearly avoided!
the performance of his duty, as the penal
code provides that the Court shall deter
mine the punishment of a person plead
ing guilty to murder. Hutchiugs will
now stand some chances of a jury trial,
and the repeated appeals, wnich pro
lunged the life of Wheeler, the strangler,
ovi-r three years. The only suspicion of
Hutchiugs being Insane arises from the
Jjtt that he pleaded gnllty.
LoMhin, July 1M. The Crown Prince
Frederick William of Germany and fami
ly arrived in the city to-day on a vt-it to
Tin: ( HOI.KKA.
I'ap.is, July 24. News from the infected
district is distressing and shows an in
crease iu the number of deaths at all
points. In Toulon then; were twenty
two deaths last night; at Marseilles, six
teen ; at Aeles there were nine deaths last
nitnt and several new cases reported this
inurniiiL'. At AIx two deaths were re
ported aud live fresh cases.
St. Fetkiisiu'hg, July 24. It is re
ported that while several members of the
police were searching the park yesterday
where the Czar promenades, taking his
daily exercise, they found three Nihilists
i.-rMed behind trees in close proximity
to a point the Czar would probabiy pass
while out walking. The police attempted
to arrest them, but they were heavily
armed and resisted. A tl'ht eusued, lu
which a sergeant of police received a
severe pistol-shot wound. The Nihilists
made good their escape.
JiA-sJi UAI.L 15UEVITIES.
Score of Onraes Played on Wednesday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 2; Cincin
Philadelphia, Pa. Metropolitans, 10;
Columbm, O. Columbus, 7; Iudian
Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, 10; Alio
Toledo, n. Louisville, 1 ; Toledo, 0.
Buffalo, N. Y.Buffalos, 10; Detroits,
Cleveland, (J. Clevelau is, M Chicago,
Providence, U. I. Providences, 11;
New Yorks, 5.
Boston, Mass. Fhiladelphias, 5; Bos
Washington, D. C Boston Union-.,
'.'; Nationals, 1.
BriKhton Beach Races.
Nkw Yuisk, July 24. There were five
well-contested races run off at Brighton
Beach yesterday :
First Kate B-ateo horses, three
iourths mile: Ten Strike, first; Hazard,
fcecond; Quixote, third. Time, 1:17 l-j,
Second K ice Selling purse, one mile:
King Tom, tlrst; Shelby Barnes, second;
U'oncy Foster, third. Time, 1 :4; l-l.
.Third liace Graveseud baudii ap, on;,
and a half miles, all ages: Dizzy Blonde,
lirst; Levant, second; Telemachus, third.
Fourth liace Handicap, mile and ono
cighth: Miss Brewster, lirst; Arsnulc,
i-econl; Barney Aaron, third. Time,
Fifth liace Steeple chase over the
rboit course: Kanger, tlrst; Odette,
-.-coiid; TonawauUa, third. Time,
Purlfyinif the Moral Atmosphere.
Saunk, O., July 24. Aboutoue o'clock
Yesterday morning a tremendous explo
tlon staitled the sleeping lnh:ditauts of
this town, and in lts than five minutes
the streets were full of people, inquiring
into tlie cause. It was soon ascertained
that one of the two houses of ill-fame hi'
town had beeu blown tip. A committee'
of inaskad, law-abiding citizens, had
emptied the houms of its inmates and then
blown it up with giant powder.
From there they proceeded to the houso
of the notorious Daisy Williams, wUom
they called out. In splu- of her cries,
curses and eatreatles, tUey tarred nud
leathered her, and jjave inr until eight
o'clock In the moruing to leave town. By
daybreak she was gone.
I)rvld Weat, owner of the houne demol
ished, identified some of the mashed reg
ulators, and threatens to prosecute all,
conuscted with it. Our citizens will not
t)f outdone, however, la thetr fIoTts to
Cieaait the Vwn of such hell holes.
A I'roachsr ou tho Bhoot.
Owixusviu.k, Ky., July 21. At Folk
vllle Tuesday ulght, In a quarrel, John
Hutchinson, a local preacher, snot aud
killed Andrew Koulusou.
Nominated for Congress.
MuXTi-Ki.tKK, Vt.. July :'4. W. W.
Grant was yesterday unaultnously nom
inated for Comrress by the Kepubllcaus
01 tne becond District.
Eugene Kelly as Elector.
Aluaxv, N. V., July 2 i. Tho
democratic Committee In executive ses
sion yesterday selected Eugene Kelly
as Fur-cell's successor ou tho electoral
Had Enough of It.
Washing ro.v, u. c, July 21. Tho
.Vfar says that Representative Converse,
of Ohio, has told a reporter of that paper
that he will uot be a candidate for re
election. Orchards and Building Damaged. 11
UiiCA, N. Y., July 24. A heavy storm
of wind, thunder and rain passed south
of this city yesterday afternoon, doing
much damage to crops, buildings aud
Answered at Last.
Washington. IX c. July 24. Webster
Hanagan has been appointed Collector of
Internal Uevenuo for the Fourth District
of Texas. This is the gentleman who
astonished the Kenubiiran (-nvtntlrm in
Chicago iu 1HS0 by Inquiring: "What are
we iiere ior n not to get tho olllces?"
John Kelly Threatened With Death.
Saratoga, X. Y., July 24. John Kellv
has received an anonymous letter from
"The Democratic Avenger' Secret So
ciety," mailed from lialtiinore, threaten
ing him with death if he orthoses Clove.
The Elephant Aeain on Hand.
Nkw Yoi:k, July 21. Mr. J. A. Noose-
vclt, President of the Metropolitan opera
house Company, admits that the contract
with Frnest Gye, of the Koyal Italian
Opera of London, to mauage the Metro
politan opera-house lu this citv for the
coming season, has fallen through.
Greely Improving in Health.
S r. John's, N. F., July 24. The Thetis
and Hear will not be ready to leave before
Saturday. Lieutenant Greely was un
well Monday, but has improved since,
and. is much better to-day. The remain
ing survives are rapidly" regaining their
normal condition, aud yesterday th-v at
tended an 'Episcopalian Church pic-uic.
They are lionized by the people.
A Bold Outrage.
Fakksville, Ky., July 24. Miss Kose
J. Woods was attacked on the Knobs
near here by two negroes, Joe Caldwell
and Willard Clark, and she can not be
fouud. A mau named Peter Burst-r saw
the men drag the girl Into the bushes.
Great excitement prevails, and lynching
Is feared. The negroes have been ar
rested. A large crowd is in town discuss
inz the matter.
Grain and Provisions.
Cotton Su-ady; m'-Mnn.-. Je "sll:-i.
Fr.ocH : m Iv: AXX to thou-.-, t .1.1.1 a :).;.
w fihAT l.ow.-r; .No. 2 1("1, .i:4,M , : for
new; No. i H--1, new, i ', n1:.
Otns Me.idv: Nn. S mixe i. 17 ' 17'..
2 white mixed. i-;'-",-,c.
ttTS Unm.-r: No. " VV-il'iC.
Hvk Nominal : No. . i'-:i-i:.'e.
Tokmco Finn; iu,"i", com. noil to
f j.i.Vlij.tW: lent; poimnoii r.-l leaf,
in iii! fn.'.liiiMi to Lffifwi fc rr. i r r.-i
Hay 1'raiiin 7.0(4lu' ki for p;imo to luin y
tn-w; clover inix--l, tor corn in m 11
prime: timothy, tlo.o.Kii 17.00 lor immu lo "fiit
Hcttf.k Firmer: choice to jrtney rn-urriery
17i(:Mc: dairy, choice to luney, llilix.-; low
Kogs Ka-y. ut W'tVi",'.: for strictly fresh.
PoTATOK-, Kirin at Wi."tv per Im-iiei.
PoitK hull! new riW'fu. Sill ihi
Lakd .Nominal; rirlm'! wti-am, ',c.
'VJ-":e; fciiorts, U!tyc
rii.r rih. 'it .ic
Wool. Tuh-wii"lii"l. choii-o, Z'c: fair,
T. 'jgS;; dlny iww low 'M i;.'.". I'mvaatii il
( lioico rneUium, -'i jf-: iroo l averu.'e nn-lium
M-i-ctcU liirlit tlin- 17':4l''e; ifoo I nv.
era.'e, li.'-ilTc: li'-uvv I:l5c: comtniit'.
oio'mI, 80wi:: comhii'if, low ura-l-s. ljl-e.
H 1 uks Oiiii-t ; dry Hint. 1-ie: flam L'i-t,
Vic: nulla or 10e; dry salt--,
tSc: dry Ralto-l, Humnsfc--!. 1-ic: kin aot
oalf, B.iltf.-u. Hc; ilaniaiK-it, nc; oui.s an l
a utfrf, 0e; (fieeii, uiicure-l, 'i ,e; ilaiii.iL'-J.
Miner T'ei.t' Weak; urnn, TOIso,.; dry
do, V87.'., hs to Rinoviiil itii-l i n a! it v of wool
Krcen Btn-nrlinin, Liu; dry do, loill.jj; luiu'j
WiiKAT-Fiim-r: No. 2 Ite-l, Aiiun-l, 'mv
Soi'tcinl.er, n;,..; Octoner, t'-'4-; Noviin
i'okn l'i r mi -r :
K'?c: Sciii--nl.ci', cy
July, e; Au.'iiit,
; ic oIi-t, CI c , No-
OATS-Kiriner; July, ,c; Auu-t
September, 3SSe; IHriotwr, !ie.
( II R A JO.
Whkat Firnn r; August, y:.''ic; S.-i.ti-mlM-r,
"t'a'-J -tolicr ic; Novo nln-r, -i',c.
i t.Kv Wca'-ii r: .lulv, V)-.,e; Anoint: 5l'4e;
.-"l.tciniK,-, .,i,,f., ,.. f c'olcr. -jl'.c: No-
vi iniM-r, r.".,u; ) ar. Ii',c; Mav, j',c
UATH-St.-alv; July, l'.,-; Auust,
-.-,e; -.lcinli--r, 'Jv-,v; ve.ir. :.'!(
I'oiik S-i'inly; .lulv f .'I; August, f:.'l: S(.-i-
tl-'l.tl-l-, lll :tx; OctolKI-, f KMj; y,.ri jU rj,''
.AHU-KirrinTi .lulv, fil.u;.,. A u mn, 17. OU;
iM plt-mt.ei-, t7.l:.' j,: i icoln-r,
Mi-.nr Htii-i-Jiiiy, f;.v: Aia-'u 't, !7..',;."B:
Live Stock Markets.
Jloys lti-eclpn. :i,iii; iiiaikel .mid
n'i4iUe lower; liirlit, ti.io Vi 70: roiii ,.H .
in, f.i lK4.-,.:(J, li. iivy (.ui-kintr uu-l Mup.
Catti.k Hct'i-ipts, o.umj; dill: exports,
fii.a!,.nO: (fooil to choice, f ,,.
common to lair, t . ."....)
SHJII:l'-He, e,H, wca'C
Choice, i i.l.VUI.'.'l.
ci iii-non to
... 1 '" , ll",e sliiiii rV,
f-,!?-i': '"''Imni imilvo,
i.JJ t-i.TH; IiuU Iiith cows, fa aw; In
dian Ht.cr, ft. Ill (t 4. lid; t,u 'jffj)
(iMUj; I at hulls, t4.5V4.l; sloekers, U'w
SiiKKP-Maiket h.-uvy; co union to fair
X" ''l'"X'''' l :"'M ':,; lm,1,,!t'
I. HooH-Mnrkct firm: irood lo choice Voi k
en., f5.N.5.tj ilK,t mive-l, r,ni;,.75 m-
n.frtT.1r;,J0f'"i,'K "'" '''X R"d slow:
1-4 ...1 1K"'"'' vr.ure ft..ki4
ngtit, heavy and mu..d, fVlni
(JKNEUAL LOCAL ITEMS
The family of Mr. Al. Hurd are away
from tho city on a visit.
A lively time was had at WicMige
yesterday. The Democrats gave a barbecue
Mrs. Shumaker returned yesterday
from Paducah whore alio had been for set
eral weeks on a visit.
Full in linu and fjet your campaign
haiigcs at Miller s jewelry store. lw
The St. Louis and Cairo road lias stop
red running the night train down from
Pure Klgiu Creamery 91b packages,
Coceuts per pound. O. II. Jackson A: CV.
Officer George Dunn Is in glorious
spirits over the arrival of a ten pound hoy
at his home yesterday morning.
Lost A package of monev co'hilt to
tlie steamer City of Cairo. Finder will be
liberally rewarded. Enquire at Joe Steag-
Mr. C. T. Iluld came iu fio;n ti e
wilds of Kentucky yesterday, where he
bad been feeding ou clover for his health.
He will go south to-day or to-morrow.
Notice Past due accounts will be
thankfully received by Win. M. Davidson.
- Mr. II. C. DePcw and family returned
Wednesday from Arizona. Ho is much im
proved and has concluded to settle di-wn at
home again to get well. He has t,vne to
house keeping at the old place and wiil
Jcvote himself to business again.
Messrs. Mann & Dro., the Sixth Street
.'lothiers, are disposing of their stock w ith
a view of dissolving partnership. Mr. Sam
uel Maun will go East, to New York, ami
Mr. Se'.ig Mann will probably remain here
to accspt a position in one of our leading
The Republicans continues to object
seriously to ClevelanJ because lie officially
aided in the execution of two mur ieters
during his term of office as Sheriff. A Re
publican neve: forgives a man who doc
anything to cut down the nibjorty of the
Chief Rearoeu is still enforcing the
vagrant law against characters of an unde
sirable nature. Yesterday Officers Mc
Tigue and Dunker arrested a negro named
James Howard, a sharp fellow and a habi
tual "bummer" about places of ba 1 repute
in "Pinch." Justice Robinson fined James
on J costs and gave him a stay of twelre
- For a'.l the facts connected with the
several vetoes of Gov. Cleveland, of which
so much untruth has been said with a view-
to influencing our Irish fellow citizens
against the Democratic ticket, we would
refer our readers to an article from the
Philadelphia Times, on the inner page of
-Commercial Point, will spread all over
the county to-day. Abmit one hundred
leading Cairoitos are then-, among them
Mr. Linegar, our candidate for the Legisla
ture. Enthusiasm and Patriotism will
paint a glorious rainbow in the sky there to
day, as a token of Democratic victory in
November. Look out for it. tin; rainbow
we mean, also for the victory in due time.
Hon. F. E. Albright, Democratic cp.u-
didate for Congress, will be at Commercial
Point to-day, an 1 will address thy people
gathered there. It is confidently expected
that not less than a thousanJ voters and
their fiinilif.--i, from different parts of the
county, will be there, which will make it
the biggest Democratic meeting ever he-Id
In the county our.-i le of Cairo.
The cholera has s- fur been confined to
Marseilles and Toulon. It js ,i0t spreading
as rapidly as former epidemics, and this
leads the European governments to believe
that the infection can be confined within
its present limits. Hut every city iu Europo
is preparing for it, ami every (:lty m the
United States, inclu ling Cairo, is doing
Messrs. Clark & Lovett will probably
dissolve partnership. Tl.cir store has been
closed for several days while they were
taking an account of stock, and when it is
opened again, it will probably be in tiie
name of one or the other member of the
old linn. Together the gentlemen made
things pretty lively in a business way. Sep
crated, they will probably do likewise each
iu his own sphere, for both possesses a fac
ulty for "whooping thiugs up.''j
Alderman Woodward's suad of Health
Officers continue to meet at the Council
Chamber every evening to compare notes
and report bad places to Chief Health
Ollicer Shutter. The Alderman is always
present at the meetings to see that tho work
is properly followed up. Much good work
is being done in all parts of the city. Tho
chief cause of trouble seems to bo tho
closets, many of which need reconstruction
and thorough cleaning out, which is being
It is a remarkably poor season when
tho California Indians net left on their
food crops. They are greatly troubled
with grasshoppers, but generally net even.
When the hoppers cats up the irrain crop,
they proceed lo harvest the hopper. Tho
way they harvest the hopper is to surround
a flock of them and drive them into a pond,
where they arc drowned. They are then
taken out, spread to dry, and after tho
wings aro rubbed off, aro Btored away for
winter. Tho insects aro very numerous in
I.it.colu aud Roscfillo Counties this year,
and the Iudiaus aro now engaged in har
vesting them. Already many hundreds of
bushels have been prepared, aud if the
crop holds out the Indians aro iu no (lun
ger of starving.
Concluding paragraph of tho New
York independent platform : "Wo respect
fully recommended to all such citizens to
support tlie electors who will voto for Gov.
Cleveland, in order most effectually to en
force their conviction that nothing could
more deeply stain the American nam-, and
prove more disastrous to the public welfare,
than the deliberate indifference of tho peo
ple of tho United States to increasing pub
lic corruption, and to a want of official in
tegrity in the highest trusts of the Govern
ment. It is now about time that melons were
coming into market here from Missouii.
The weather for several days has been
such that a good water melon on h'e
would have been just to.) delicious. Sju'.Ii
em melons have about give out.
Advices from Georgia inlici'e that
the "melou movement" is about ended.
The shipments over the Savannah, Flu i la,
and Western road reached l.'.'UO cirh ads,
and that region had only half a crop. The
total shipments from the state of Georgia
to the North are not yet ascertainable, but
are certainly prodigious. It is demonstra
ted that melons can be shipped almost any
distance by tail without much danger of
loss, and they are accordingly looked on as
a good crop to raise.
As an evidence that the Democrats of
this city are thoroughly awake aud are not
a bit discouraged over the prospects iu No
vember, it may be mentioned that yester
day afternoon at 5 o'clock not a vehicle of
any kind excepting dirt wagons and drays)
colli 1 be had for to-day at any of the I, very
stables iu the city every buggy and hack
and carriage had been engaged for the
Democratic barbecue at Commercial Point
t- -day. It is thought that not hss than
one liund.e 1 and fifty Caimites will L'o to
the county in buggies, etc., this morning.
A pair of fine tables have been place 1
in the rooms of the Young Men's Social
Club a billiard aud a pool table. The
rooms havo been neatly prepared, curtained
aud painted and will soon be carpeted.
The club is now one of the fixtures of Cairo
society and is destined to wield an influ
ence for good among young men, in pro
viding means of innocent amusement with
out the Usual unpleasant and demoralizing"
associations. The club is comp'-sed only of
gentlemen of the best standing socially, as
such societies ail are in Urge cities, and its
rules are strict in all things relating to the
According to tlie decision of an Eng
lish Judge, a schoolmaster has no right to
impose upon his pupils lessons to be studied
at home. A hoy had been "kept'' after
school because he had failed to prepare a
'home" lesion, his mother objecting to his
o:ug any work of the kind after tchool
hours. By counsel or next friend the school
master was summoned before the Magis
trates for assault. They dismissed the ca.-e
on the ground that there had beeu no actual
aault. The case was carried to the
Queen's Lend), when the Magiotrates' de
cision was reversed, the Judges holding
that the chill had been punished for not
doing w hat the teacher had no right to or
der him to do, and that, therefore, his de
tention amounted to au assault in law.
-Last night Officers Mahanny, Dunn
and Hogau were in search of traces of a
fellow who gut 000 from C. A.
Holcotne, of Hickman, Ky. Hol-
come camo here Wednesday with
the money in his possession, nhr.ed it
" I I
in a; sate place, then went on a little
spree, and in the evening got his money
aud weut on board the City of Cairo toward
home. When half way down tho river, be
- - r
felt for his money to pay his fare and could
not find it. He dues not know how it was
lost, and it is very difficult to account for
its disappearance. Ho says lie went
straight from the place where he had de
posited the money in this city, to tho
wharfboat and onto tho boat; so that he
could not well have lost it here. But he
was here last night, looking for it. No
traces of it had beeu found late last night.
The good news is received that the
cholera has 'not made its appearance in
Paris. Tho disease with which several per
sons were attacked was not tho Asiatic
plague. A case is reported from Lyons,
and Vienna acknowledges two cases. These,
however, may bo simply sporadic, and such
as occur every summer in largo cities. A
man is Bid to have died from tho Asiatic
cholera in Philadelphia Wednesday, but as
tho dispatch bringing the information also
lnfomiH us that he ate a watermelon hastily
tho night before ho was attacked, it is
more than likely that to this indiscretion
must be attributed his painful and sudden
demise. A National Sanitary Conference
will be held iu Washington August 7, to
consider the best and most feasible means
of checking the disease in this country,
should it make its appearance here. As
Congress failed to make an appro
priation to meet an emergency of this kind
the duty of protecting and preserving the
public health will devolve entirely ou the
State and Municipal Government. AU
those who tako an interest in sanitary mat
tors aro invited to bo present at tho confer
ence. The Government is powerless to do
anything beyond enforcing tho internation
al laws, so that it becomes absolutely nee-
Examine our large slock of Light Wear Underwear from
(lie 15-eent gauze Undershirt to the finest $").( HJ Iialliriaii
Our stock ot Summer Hosiery is complete coninrisin-Ti'.ie
Thread, Balbriggan and Silk Ualf-lloe.
Q T V A W
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our largo stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pauls and Waists
CLOTI I I N G I I O Lj S ill.
iSueet'Ssois to (.ioldlinp & Kos-'iiwutcr.;
A large and complete stock of Gents' Furnishing
Hats, Caps, iVc, Ac.
CUXm'GIIAM A YOCL'M
OFFK K: liooin No.
-r? r-iit i i.ma 1.11
Iivcrpo' l and I.ninlon ami Olohc,
(icriiiiiriii lire Ins. Co.,
priuglit Id !'. it M. Ins. Co.
Howard In. Co.,
Karini'i 's ii ' his. Co f
'ingara I lis. Co.,
WM. II. DAVIDSON,
J KA.LKR IN
STOVES, -:- Ji
ISiid Cages. Math Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Aircnt lor Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas StoveB. Detroit
Safe Co , Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled I'luw, Walking Cultivators
oi it shelters, Planters. Ftc, Ktc.
Nos. 27 k
TKI.K.I'IIOM', NO. :jO.
t-sihrf tlui privet. iijilivioii'.:., !-hnll step
f.-rwud ami insist in Htr plan.s for
t'.e, prevention (,(' the. tcuit,';. We. may
escape, it HlPt;i:t:,er, hut it i bid policy to
di-pfiid iijK'ii luck. Ten weeks of warm
weather are j ft liefnr-.' us, and the disease,
unl'.'n.s checked tbrnd, h liable to
mike its Hppe iPince in tins c 'Ur.try, even
though it proves to be less violent than that
with which the people, of Marseilles
Toulon ure Htrickeii.
Jkii-kyvim.k, I ix, July '22, 183-1.
Editok I'.l'I.i.ktin: The Chicago Tii
bune, of the IS1I1 insf, on its editorial pure,
under the caption, "The Man Ab utTown"
contained the following:
"The Hon. YV. E. Carlin, of Jcrseyville.
III., said to inu yesterday that 'Uncle Dick'
Oelnby would roll up a majority over Car
ter llarriaou for Governor that would bury
the 'best Mayor Chicago ever hud' beyond
all hopes of political resurrection."
All of which I denounce as a bare false-
hood made out of whole cloth.
1 was in favor of the nomination of Carter
Harrison, and believe he will be elected
in November. W. E. Carlin.
The sky was spotted in this weather dis
trict yesterday. Uarometer generally below
30. Kain reported from Yankton, .01;
Fort Worth, .01 ; Dubuque, .013; Davenport,
.03; Pitteburtf, .20; Shreveport, .05. Ther
mometer langed between 77 and 98, giving;
the highest average this Bummer, 85.
Wind was generally South and Southwest.
The HuiXETiN thermometer stood as
follows at thu different hours of the day
given in thu diagram below:
71)- 0 A.M.
02- -12 M.
01 -ti P.M.
I , DURWl
The 'M'nlnon" Clothier.
1 vi run
I, M. tV O. II. II. Uuilding,
- CAIRO, ILL.
New lurk I'mlt'iuiiiii-'s A"cnrv
Oeniiaii-.Aiiiei iciui c0)
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Lite Ins. Co.
ANGUS, -:- TIN,
and Ayatu Ware,
Notice In tbl roiamn laritflluct or U ioci-i. id
une Inturtiun ur $l.uj jm r wevli.
I'i iliir)i' lolc ou 'iYh Street,
I'.v'.riuu. Apply t ) Ji.o.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I would r""pi'ctfully aririouneo lo tho cltixsri of
i iiiro, tli&t I have opened itrid sm carrying on a
Urn clii!' Imimlry in the rear of Winter e Islock,
on Si Ti ntli Stru t, where I urn prepared to do all
kirida of work In mj line iu a iMii.er.ur and .,rk
iiiimchlp nail Myle, d.fyliiK competition and ut
reuiui.oli flyuri'. ,il work u'liaranteed, aud
prompt payniciit if any "ootN an- lout.
MAItY IIKN'N KI.V.
N". II Entrance to laundry, throtih the private
eiiirauce to the Winter' Block. 7 il-lru
(Successcr to Chas. T. XewUnd and
II. T. (Jcrould.)
Plumber. Seam and Gas Fir
Connncrrial Ave, het. fcntli and Ele
j CA 1 ltO,
: : : II, L.
Drive Well Forc e and Lin Tumps furuldied and
put up. Au'eut for Hie Culubratvd
"liUCKEYE F0KCE WW
the bet pump c-ver Invented. New Clas FixtHres
firrnlsh tit to order. U.d Mxtures repaired aud
I jyjohlilnjj pronilitly utteiided to. lilO tf
J A U.DMiril.
CUBK1IT A. 811ITU
Grand ' Central Store.
DK ALU US IN
(5 UK). - - LLL.
Made to Onlor.
8tb St., but,. Ohio Leveo & Commercial Ave.
Repali'luyr neatly done at short uotice.
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