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THE DAILY UA1R0 BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOTIVING, JULY 2d, ISS4.
THE WORST YET,
The News From tho Stricken Oitioi
t,f Frftuo Orowiiiff woreo
A Water Famine Adds to the Awful Con
dition of Aff.iirs at Aries, While the
Coffin-Makers Refuse to Work,
The Daily BuJget of Fatal Cases at Tou.
Ion and Marseilles Foreign
mus Juiy 23. ii!L'!al dispatcher re
ceived this morning from tho Infected
district show tbat the cholera continue
to Increase. At Marseilles thcro were
sixteen deaths lust jiilit. At Touloil
twenty-three. At Aries tho situation ia
fearful, there being fifteen deaths last
night. The cotlhi-uiakers are ou a strike,
for Wildes and lu soiLe lustances have re
fused to work at any price, preferring to
Jeave the city at once, rather than re
main and run the risk of. the contagion.
Vhki to these distressing prospects, tho
water-wjrks have collapsed, leaving tlni
inhabitants in a more miserable condi
tion. The authorities are doing all In their
power to supply the citizens wlih water
and have a uiuiiber of carts employed de
livering it from the river, but this affords
but scanty relief. The Mayor said to-day
that he hoped to be able to secure a sutll
cieut number of workmen to havo the
works in running order within a few days
tut the prospects are discouraitin, as a
panic prevails anion;; the people, and all
tao.-e who esu are leaving the city. .Me
chanics and laborers willing to work are
hard to be found.
Lomx'X, July -'3. Lord Carlingford,
lord of the l'rlvy Seal, In answer" to a
deputation that waited on him to urge
Ooverutrunt to allow the importation
of heaithy cattle from Wyoming Terri
tory, I'. S., through Canada, said that
the frivy Council could not recede
from the position it had taken in regard
to the matter without consulting tho
wishes of the Canadian Government in
the premises, as they had no reason to
believe that Canada was willing to allow
American cattle to pass through her ter
ritory en route to I'ngland. The deputa-
ttou produced a letter from the
Marpiis of Lome, in which he said he
had positive Information to the effect that
Canadian officials were willing to grant
shipping facilities to American cattle and
lavored the scheme. Lord Cariingford
therefore took the matter under consider
ation. It Is believed the (jovmimcnt
will accede to the wishes of the deputa
tion, which strotigly urged the necessity
ior such measures, stating that the farm"
tr vf England wanted American cattle
and that the laws of America were
suiliclcutly strict to prevent tho intro
duction of cattle disease into England.
1 ap.nki.l'5 i.utte;;.
Lusws, Juy :'3. Taruell lias written
a letter in which he condemns the action
of a uuiuber of Nationalists w ho isued
the call tor a convention of Irishmen
lriemily to the Nationalist cause, to be
held at Belfast, Its avowed object being
to offset the recent Omugo demonstra
tion at Newry. Paruell says that the
promoters of tho convention are hostile
to the principles advocated bv the mem
bers of the '.National League, .and he ad
vises his supporters not to attend the
Dams, July 23. Charles Fitzgerald
has bteu arrested in conucction with the
Cornwall scandal case. Messrs. Kirwau
and Ltti recently arrested In connection
with same case, were lwmanded by the
It transpires that the man arrested was
not Charles KiUgeralU, but a brother of
the man wanted.
Cum., July j 3. it is reported here
that there was an earthquake at Maso
wah. Nearly all the houses in Masowa'i were
destroyed and ships in the harbor violent
ly rocked. The inhabitants were panic
stricken and fl.:4 to the interior.
Mai.vmoka., July 23,-Thc capital prize
ai me last orawim; ot the Merida lottery
asou oyaiema.eeaeubie peddler
i iue new Aurora gold divings in
iuet vaiuorma, miners are washing
to $lso g0;a jr,JIU t!a, lon o dirt
rumanuc story eoineS irom jopa
society was about
vo gei, inaruBo. i run. night he was visiteO
m ujs room ny a jealous mistress, wh
linn iiaiijieiousij nouuuea, U'J lts s;h
thought, (lead. I he Wedding mis been
City f Mexico, July L'3. The I'uehlc
tstate Legislature decrees that cotton,
American or other, introduced lu that
State shall pay duty but once and It may
he reshipped to any part of the State
without further payment. This law will
put an end to the great abuses existing
Mexkati merchants in Interior towns
complain of deceptions practiced upon
them !y American drummers, and that
goods received from th Culted States
are Inferior in quality to the samples
It is positively asserted here that con
struction worn will beglu September
r.ext on the Mexican National Road,
and will not ceasu until the line
Is completed from Sa'.uilo to the
A few days ago near Santa Maria
State of Jos Laca, the rural gutrds'
under Colonel Lemon, who were e,l
cortiug General Tolentiuo to his haci
enda, came upon two noted despera
does, Pedro De Auda and I'etroulilo Na
varro, who were al once, ou orders ol
Tolentino, taken out and shot.
A valuable gold mine nas been dUcov.
ered In the district of Laoinas, State ol
Neuvo Leon. A company Is being forme l
to work it.
8C8PKNOKD FOR rKCTLATlUN IN OK KICK,
Montreal, July 23. Christopher Mai
lab, agent here for the Crown Laud-;
Department of the I'rovluce, has bcc
f usptnded from duty on account of lr
regularities In his books aud ii deficiency
In Ids cash receipts of rcveuuo for lum
ber due lie has only been in the ollice
n year, having been promoted from prl
vato secretary to tho minister of the de
partment, Hon, Mr. Lynch, on the resig
nation of a former occupant. 1 la Is an
Englishman, und is well connected per
sonally and by marriage. A few
years ago he publicly joined tli
ltoman Catholic Church here as u
convert from Protestantism, being at tho
time a member of the local press, llo
subsequently got into the tiovernmeut
service. The amount of his defalcation
Is kept a secret until the books are fully
examined, lie has of lata given con
siderable time, it Is said, to curd playing.
Ho Is not to be seen here.
Tho Canadian l'aclllc Railway's General
Manager, Van Home, expresses his In
tention of joining the new Telegraph
cotubluutlon In the United States for the
purpose of extending It operations
through Canada when the company's
lines, now far advanced, are finished,
which it is expected will be very soon.
Ni:w VoitK, July 25. Kowe & Den
tuau, dealers.lu builders' materials, made
an usslgiiuient to-day, giving preferences
to the amouut of 04,ou0.
Th9 Bricklayers' Strike.
Nkw York, July 25. From state
ments made to-day by striking bricklayers
and laborers and employers, It is evident
that neither side has any idea of glviug
In for some weeks to come.
Wamiinotox, D. C, July 25. Commo
dore Luce has been uppoiuted acting
Hear Admiral while in command of the
-North Atlantic squadron.
Washington, I). C, July 25. The
Treasury Department is arranging for
the trausfer of the cattle quarantine ser
vice to the Agricultural Deoartment.
Good N.ws For Deserters.
Wasuinton, D. C, July 25. liy the
recent act of Congress to relieve certain
soldiers from the charge of desertion, the
Secretary of War is empowered to remove
charges now standing against more than
l OO.CHiO men at an expenditure estimated
at from $11,000,000 to $50,000,000.
Train Wrecked by Giant Pawier.
1'i kiu.o, Col. , July 25. A box ol
giant powder exploded ou a train m
Black Caiiyou, on the Kio Grande Kail-
road yes'terdav. Forty laborers were on
the train. John Lynch, John Morris and
Gus Oisen, were killed and twenty others
fatally, and one seriously, wouuded. The
cars were torn to splinters.
Grain and Provisions.
(YiTTOx SteaMv; m'tI..Umir. 10 V Pi".
Flock Steady: XXX to cdoicu, t::t) !4.-,:
lit.AT l ower; No. S Red, K5'iCi'4:,e for
new; No. 3 UeJ, new, WJ.oi,c'.
tons Meaily: No. 8 uiixm. 4,',4v1e: No.
2 white mixed. oiSMHc
ivrs-ier: No. S. Si 4K3lc.
Hvl In demand: No. )i. t-r,:e.
T'oBuvo-rinu; iu: common to choice
f'imilu.OU; leaf: commo'i rd leaf. TJi. a
lo.no: me'lium to nooa i'.'.O-iJltT.Kl.
H v Prairi" f,Mrili no tor prime to tiincv
new; clover mixvil. JS'U'J tor common n
prime: tuuotsiv, iu.oo J.1..LW lor urnue lo 'Vl.t
Hrrmt I inner: enoicoto tanoy rreamery
Hl'-i'V. dairy, eno.ee to tttaey, UilOc; low
Ko'is Kajy. at 10i lie for candled
I'm vnt:- Firm at joi-Vie ptr tiubeu
Point I mil; new mess if I'i.'JO it ltl.i.V".
L ku Nominal; prima steam, fl Villi ',e.
ll.vcox Loiitfs, S'li-U'; eborts, h'i:'!
Cleat ribs, S
Wool Iud-wswum. choice, c: fair.
T, i.'-r. dimry and low 24 -IT,. Unwashed
Choicj ini'diuni, Jjc; (food avenue rnediiim
. ;)e: st.i'cted IlitUt tine 17 4 We; irool nv-
era-'e, M,'.17e: heavy HV41.V; co'iilnnz. m
tuo id, 'i.'le: coinmiv. low ra les.
Hidks Uuii't; dry unit, pie; aamiwcl,
c; onus or Mazs, Ue; dry salted,
e: drv n.iited. iiaiiw 1. l'c: km aa 1
eair, sait"d. -c; oamatfcd, i)c; Puns mil
Slav's. 0Je; revu, uueared, 7 je; daiiKijreJ,
MiKf'.P l'K.l.TS . eaK: irrf"n. 7n is. if, iry
d'i, 4ii7')e., as to amoant an I iuadty of wool:
green siiear.injs. le; dry do, loj.lio; la:uu
V he vt Kii m r; No. 2 Ke.l. Auydt. Wie;
Scpteinbcr, ,e; i.ietnper, V'.'e; Novem-
t'er. f 1.0 V-
linn 1 inner; July. e: AUL-iist.
t"4e; Si'.ri;il:er, ii i,e; i etol'.'r, i:', o ; No-
i.Hrs Finni-r: Ju!v, "i'4c; Au.'ii d, p4...;
Septeuit'er, ;tl v; UeloVier, .ii
e it lew jo.
Wiie VT-K!r:n r; Au.-u-r, 'e; S.-pti iiil"-r,
M ;V. .)et.nt.r, ' !.C.
I'imi-Wi'iiii'r; jii-y, -il'ii-: Ail'.Kt; 5P4e:
Scptfiiib'T. M!.e: i ,l er. "d -e: No
V'lul't r, l.",e; yt'.ir, 1.1 ;c; M.iv. iV.,e
(lAls 1 ir-ni' r. July. .(', Anu'os',
i-'.'ie; .-ple.i.li-r. ,e . e i:-. .i ,c; Muy,
Poiin s ill.-; July
teiiili'T, sl'i ii"; vi nr. sil
u-':is', f:.4; sep-
I. ui Finin r; Ju.v. ',.: A'!iut, $7.0'!
si pti'Mil er. ?7.1'i; Heloli' r, j:. M.
Minltr Kll( July. 7.il7 ,; Autu-t, ?7.fi7
Spemiier, S7.', T; K hiIm r, V.Vu.
Live Stock Alarkst.
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S.'i.'U'ii.Ki; poor lo nii'liu'n naiive'
t'! J..1.7U: I mi 1 1 In is eows, ?:)'.'.,.)..!.;, ju.
diioi stecri. M.l.i I.sn: fut cow,, 'fa VI
ttiO.i; lai Lulls, IUMI.-.H; Hoekers, f.W
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no ijood nrit yi s here; native s'Ci r4
id to poiiiiiU H'i'riui. si.'iih.i.ii.im;
1. metiers s iris .'.,ii io 1,ini pound uwi'iiKe
"in' !.'. ,'l; runs. J'.'..VI".I.7V
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l.'ii ii n, r:;,',.') :.i..vi.
Money and Stock Market.
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UENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
There nro seventeen Oeruian news
papers pubiislie I in Ohio, and every one
opposes 1'laino and Logan.
NoTinc Past duo accounts will be
thankfully received by Win, M. Davidson.
Capt. W. P. llalli.ly, and daughter arc
stopping over at Osterville, N. Y., on their
way home. Tliey do not mean to be in a
p;reat hurry to come.
Mr. Jno. Fry, lia3 bought out the stock
of clothing of Messers Mann & 15ro., nnd
and will run the establishment in tho old
place as heretofore;. Success to him.
Full in line and iv.t your campaign
badges at Miller's jewelry Btore. Iw
About 10 o'clock Thursday niyht a
stranger suddenly made his appearance in
the household of Mr. Samuel Burger. It
was a boy and he came with a yell, of
--The Polemic Literary Society held its
first meeting in its new hall in the Nation
al Bank building last night, added ten new
names to its roll of members and elected
ollicers for the enduing qmrter.
- A parasol was found in tho library
building after the presentation exercises
last week, which can be had by tho owner
upon the application at Mr. F. Korsmeyei's
store and payment of cliargt'9 for this
It should bo stated that the case of
cholera that resulted in death on the
steamer Annie P. Silver last .Monday, wis
uot Asiatic cholera, but sporadic cholera.
There has as yet been no pronounced case
of Asiatic cho'.era anywhere in this country
Thursday night a birthday party of
little folks was given in the moms of Mrs.
Holmes, in the Winter Block. It was
given in honor of little Allice Belle Stites
wiio was eight years old, and there were
thirty one little boys and girls present who
made the air ring with j liity until late at
Capt. W. M. Murphy, returned yesterday
from his trip to Kansas. lie is a "better
man" by twenty pounds than ho was when
he went away. He got it all by hunting
prairie chickens in stubble fields. As to
that other little matter that was all made up
for him by his frien 's here, he says it wont
b-j till next trip.
The Dsmocritic flag has been lettered
on both sides now and looks much better.
The 'K'' after each name stands fir "lie
form" and "Revenge" respective)', as"Cleve
had and Reform Hendricks and Re
venge. You tiny also read it "Cleveland and
Hendricks Railroad" or "Cleveland and
Hendricks Rough on Reps." Take your
The latests from the Illinois department
of agriculture give a more hopeful outlook
for winter wheat than the previous report.
There will be nearly three-fourths of an av
erage yield per acre in the S mthern divis
ion, where the large bulk of winter wheat
is usually produced. The yield is some
larger than anticipated, and the nullity is
-Jay Gould is trying the experiment of
putting the Western Union telegraph wires
under ground in Philadelphia, and Wall
street is trying tlie experiment of putting
Jay Gould under ground iu New York. It
is not known definitely yet whether either
will be successful ; but the s;mpathiesof
several members of the Cairo Ci'y Council
are with Wall street, which fact may induce
some to bet heavy cn the latter.
As further proof t'iat our own citizens
were permitted to furnish everyth
ing possible tor the Si fiord
Memorial Library build in,', so as
to seed us little money out of the city as
possible, it may be mentioned that the
show cases were all obt dried through Mr.
Daniel Ihrtman who disc anted St. Louis
and Chicago prices. Mr. llirtman also
furnished the French plate glass that
screens the bust of Mr. Sdl'.r l, in the hall
The attempt to array workingraen
against Cleveland has not proven success
ful since that class numbers too many irtel!
igent men. During his administration as
Governor tiie contract systm of prison labor
most hateful to the honest worker of all
classes has been abolished, and a labor Lu
read has been established with a practical
laborer at its hea l. His veto of the Eleva
ted Rtilroad bill affected the 1-iboring man
in no way, sinco the hours when thn five-
cent fare prevails are those when the work
ers are going troni and returning to their
--Puck and Huper's Weekly arc ex
ceptionally rich iu cvnnaign pictures this
week. Puck's cartodn, representing Blaiuo
as tho boy who robbed the orchard and was
attacked by the dog (Cleveland), and push
ed back by the Independent as ho attempt
ed toescape over the wail, his tattooed legs
protruding from his torn pantaloons, and
his ii'. gotten fruits (Arkansis & Pacific
Railroad stocks) protruding, in the shape
of big, red apples, from his hat and pock
ets, while his plumed hut is crushed under
the leetof the mantill, is alone worth the
price ot a year s subscription.
A colored boy named Henry Cunnigan
was killed yesterday forenoon by a run
away team belongiug to Mr. Peter Carraher,
He had been engaged in hauling dirt with
the team and w;u returning to tho bank
after a loud, iu going over the levee at Tenth
Street, the timbers composing the bed slip
ped forward striking tho mules and causing
them to runaway. The boy fell forward
when they started, was caught on one of the
stay chains, and dragged and kicked to
death, lie ws the son of a widow living
on Fifth Street and was about fifteen years
old. His body was permitted to lie where
it was liberated from the wagon some hours
before it was taken home, several parties to
whom the mother applied for aid to bring
the body home refusing to do so.
Lettuce is among the latest of good
things that some very fastidious and foolish
people say should be excluded from the bill
of fare. The objection is urged against it
that it contains slugs and other vermin,
which are only to be removed by carefully
examining each leaf. This the majority of
consumers have no time to do, and conse
quently much sickness is to be attributed
to its use. In remarking upon this new at
tempt as a scare, the Pall Mall Gazette says
that the Lettuce "vermin" are quite harm
less, and that caterpillars, far from being
poisonous, may sometimes be nutritious, es
pecially for vegetarians, whose diet rather
lacks variety and substance. Kv-.m cautious
people are beginning to protest against con
lining their fare to cigarettes and soda
The report came hero yesterday by
t' legraph through the marine hospital ser
vice, that a case of Asiatic cholcr i was on
Ii end the steamer Annie P. Silver, and that
tiie boat was on her way up from Memphis.
In some way the report got out, and not a
little excitement prevaile I in some quar
ters for a little while. The whole thing
was a clumsy mistake. The steamer in ques
tion came u; from M dnphis Tuesday and
is in St. Louis, where she will leave to-day
or to-morrow for New Orleans. On her
w ay up she did have a case of cholera ou
Mtr i. a in in so i cniid who ii'pi come
to New Orleans from Toulon. But b dh
id die 1 and were buried bel'de the boat
ached Memphis. Full details ef the oc
currence were in tile hands o! Cine! Kear-
kn yesterday, received by nuil from te
s-tate board health ! It.nncssee. II a
United States marine Inspit il service tele-
ram can't travel any faster than a State
boar 1 ol' health's letter, it is not likly to d
much good in the way of warning river
Cities ft tne approach ot dinger, and parti
cularly if its information is as inaccurate as
was that of yesterday. If Surgeon Geiitral
Hamilton would justify his recent violent
oppi'sition to the National Bjar I of Health,
which opposition, coupled with his assur
ance that tiie U. S. Marine Hospital S.-rvice
would be equal to any emergency that
might arise, contritjut'."! not a nttie lo in-
uce Congress to withhold th appropria
tion necessary to maintain the National
Board, he must see that the warnings of
the appproaeh of dauber reach threatened
points within a reasonable time before the
danjer is present not several dr.'3 alter
the danger came and went as iu the
Notes From a Northern Ke-
HoT EI. Lafakttk,
MrsNETuNK.v Beaui. Minn..
July ,11. )
Lake Minnetonka is considered the first
among the seven hundred Minnesota lakes
and it is certainly entitled to the honor.
With its islands, bays, inlets and capes.
bold proniontarics, sandy beaches ai,d
stretches of primeval forests, along its many
miles of shore, broken at intervals with tine
lawns, and inviting groves, with glimpses
of bright waters through the trees, the
whole landscape dotted with villages, cot
tages, hotels and occasional villages, it
torni3 a picture whose beauty is beyond
descriptions. As other lakes cannot be
compared to Minnetonka Beach, neither
can other summer resort hotels be compar
ed with this hotel without suffering by the
comparison. Imagine the Ohio River op
posite Eighth Street to be one arm of a lake
and continue the picture ic your mind, cut
Fourth Street and up Washington Avenue,
taking in the space to the Mississippi
River to make another part of the saaic
lake picture sloping b aches until you
have Commercial Avenue on a high hill;
on the top of this place a house ninety (90)
feet high, with two fronts, both on the
waters of the lake, with all sorts of odd
gables, corners and nooks to add to its
architectural beauty, with broad verandahs
on the first floor, and small and large at in
tervals on the other 11 wrs, let it reach
from Sixth Street to Harttuan's comer,
finish and furnish it in the richest manner
throughout; put it under the management
of that prince of hotel men, Jewitt Wilcox,
and you have a fair idea of the Hotel L ifa
ette, at Minnetonka Beach.
We are pleasantly located iu room 1'2
first flight; jo pleasantly were it not for
the inevitable, the irrisisuble flight of time
and the pressure ol business duties t"0 long
neglected, we would like to anchor here for
on inditinite period not longer, however,
than the mid lie of September, as that will
proba1 ly see the flight of the swallows,
otherwis..' summer visitors, to more congen
ial clinus. The season so Ur has not been
all that could bo desired for a business that
begins and ends with summer weather.
The Ldaette has three hundred single and
double rooms and could aecommote six to
niue hundreds guests. So far, so uncertain
has been the season, it has not at any time
been more than half filled. To-day, they
tell me, has ben only tho third this sum
mer that may be called warm, and I am
now very comfortable in heavy clothes.
Certainly, if business, owing to tho season,
is not all that could be desired, tho hotel
, under Wilcox's management, is making for
Examine our liue stock of Li'ntit Wear Underwear from
tho 15-cent gauze Undershirt to the linest 80.01) Ilalbriian.
Our stock ol Summer Hosiery is comiileto comnrisiii" Li'-le
Thread, Balbrian and Silk llalt-JIosp.
S-T-R-A-W II-A-T-S g
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "P.mImci." Clothier.
G. T. AVIllTLOC'K.
CLOTH I KG I IOUSM
(Successors to (.oMine & Kos nw.tter t
A large and complete stock of Gents Furnishing Goods,
Hats. Caps, Ac., Ac.
Cairo. illino s.
OITK K: Koom No.
73 OHIO IVKVKK,
;o. 1 pax 1 i:s
Liverpool and I ndoa nnd ('lobe,
uTiiiiii:iii Fire Iih. Co..
Siiiiilicld F. A. II. Ins. Co .
Howard Jn. Co.,
Fanner's Fire In-;. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
WM. M. DA'VIDSON,
STOVKS, -:-BASG ES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Herliii and Aaic "Ware,
Bin! Cages, Hath Tubs. Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
A?ent for Adams & VetLike (Til.' (iavdine and (-as Moves. Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel I'lows, ('lulled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Com Shi'llers, Planters. Kte., Ktc.
Xos. 27 k
'IKLKPnONF. NO. 'JO.
itself : reputation second to none and that
will lid it full in all future si ismis. We find,
A NOT 11 hit KX CITIZEN K CAIH",
one over whom, a- in tiie cmc f Jewttt
Wilcox, the many years h tve skipped B'
lightly as to leave no truce. All old CV.Pi-itt-s
remember Frank V. Uedar 1, once
propriety of the St. Charies. He is ca-.li-ier
of Hotel Lufeyette, and, j'ld-in:; from
our recption by tin.ni, both him nnd Jew
ett keep a warm corner in their hearts fur
Cairo and Cairo people; just such a feeling
as the oi ier generation of Cairo, who knew
them best, will always feel for them. We
also ha 1 the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Wil
cox and answering many kind inquiries af
ter her Cairo friends. Willie Wilcux is
here with his wife, looking just as l.e did
ten years ag'.
I must not forget to mention the Minnt
tonka fishing, if only to aggravate the
Cairo friends who dabble in the muddy
pools , of Kentucky and call them lakes.
These Minnesota lakes of limpid water
and pebbly shores have spoiled my taste
for angling in the mud. I saw a man this
morning conic in from two hours' work
with nine black bass ranging in weight
from one and a half to four pounds; a dozen
pickerel, tiie smallest one and the largest
seven pounds, and a string of croppy and
monster sun tish as long as the moral law.
I have an engagement to go out to-morrow
and duplicate his "catch." I will close
with a tew descriptive figures of
THE HOTFl. LAFAYETTE.
This is its third season; it is next to the
largest and is the longest hotel in the
world. It stands on an elevation of 31
feet above the lake, on a peninsula of loO
acres; is almost entirely surrounded by
water aud has a lake frontage all around;
13-foot hall carpeted with velvet Brussels
as is also the rooms runs the entire
length of each floor, thus making every
room a front room; the building is 743 feet
long, !)3 feet wide and 00 feet high, with
a total area of floors (including kitchen,
etc., which is detached) of 3 acres. The
rooms have all connecting doors and can
be taken cn suite in as many rooms as may
bo desired. I am giving these par
ticulars solely for .the benefit of those of
my readers who may wish to run away
from the heat of August to the cold, betuty
and solid comfort of the north. Here you
will find -plcuty of room, plenty of compa
ny and plenty of fun. Don't mention it.
You are entirely welcome.
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I, M. A 0. IU. nuilding,
- CAIRO. 1 I.I
rkpij ks i:nti ; 1 :
New ork Underwriti r's Aeni y.
(ierniiiii-Aiiicricaii lux Co,
City of I.ididou,
Aiiia.oii In. Co..
Contineiit.il Iiis. (o,
North western iliitiiul Life I us. Co,
CA.T HO, 111.
SV !! In till roVimn lur'.'e lin.-i or U'.- i-i ceits
oncia'-.Ttioa or $1 ') prr wek.
SALE - Two lire :r'n' loin on .'..' h Mri'et,
1 euuiii.' I . v ; -ifij . A;i(.ly to -Juo. A l'oor.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I wui'.i! f.. ii'c tfni'.y annnu uco to the c!t;Zu of
C.vo, tl:t I hnv.! c.pi ncl a ml m rnrry.Le on
rirl :;. !aur.'!rv lii il..: rear of Wl.it.-r s H!iick.
( n vi'iith str.i-t. (H-re I m pr.'pnred tn do nil
kluil" nr worn !n my one iu ulterior una worn
uinii'lilp n:nl nnli (Wyir.ij competition and-it t
r a-or.ttnie rU'iire. . rk irmraiitecd, an 1
prompt piiynieLt ifaiiv ,'oot! nr- lo"'..
MAI1Y HENS EI. V.
N. I! En'rani-f to laundry, thruusli the private
I'litrntKi! to the Wiiiti.T'" lilnck. T H im
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
tSuccesscr to Thai. T. Xewland and
H. T. (iorould.)
Plunk Steam and Gas Filer
Coininoirial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
venth MS ,
Orivc) W.'ll ForrM and Lift I'titnps furnif lied and
pat up. Au'But for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
th bi'Mt pump evt;r Invented. Nnv Gas Fixture
ltirr.lhetf to order. Old fix tares repaired and
tlT-JoMdng promptly attended to. SUM!
jas it. sHirn.
KUUKUT A. 4MITU
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. LLTj
Pjitrick T McApiie,
Made to Order.
SthSt.,bt. Ohio I.cveu A Commercial Avo.
Ki'paii'iuj; neatly douc at short notice.