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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1884.
The Cholera in France Bala to Bo
eubBldlntr-Refutod by th
Death From Starvation of a Notod Nlbiliet
Who Attempted the Life of Alexander
II Parnell's Plea for Support.
A French Veassl - With Two Cases ol
Cholera on Board Refused Admit
tance to the Port of Athens.
IUbseh-LKs, July 28. There were
seventeen deaths from cholera latit night,
which Is a large decrease compared with
the death record for the past lew nights.
THE CZAR AVENGED.
Pahis, July 28. The Paris Figaro to
day aunouueed that Ilartnitmu, the notorW
ous Nihilist who was Implicated lu tho as
sassination ol the Czar, Alexander II.,
has committed sululdo. He was starving.
London, July 28. Mr. rarnell has
wrltton a letter urging his supporters to
attond the session ol Parliament during,
tho discussion ol tha Queen College Land
Commission bill, as ho will require nil
the aid their presence and votes will
give to enablo him to carry his point in
regard to that measure.
REFUSED ADMITTANCE TO THE TOUT.
ATtlcva .Tn1u QQ Tl, L,tr,nMin. 'PI......
bolonglng to Messagorlos Marltliuos from
Marseilles, arrived oil tho plracus yes
terday with two cases ol cholera on
board. Admittance to tho port was re
fusod, and tho steamer dopartod lor
Saratoga, July 28. Tho weather Is
cloudy and threatening. Tho attendance
Is lair, but the track It heavy as tho re
suit or yostorday's rain. First event
Forthroe-yoar-olds ; distance onomlloand
a furlong; purso of tfUOOj was won by
w. ll. woodard, with Chanticleer sec
ona; ana aidio third. Time, 2:00 1-2
Mutuals paid 912.40.
' Second Uaco $350 for nllagosi din
tance.one mile; was won by Fond du Lac
with Lady Loud second, aud Huron Take
rol, third. Time, 1:41 8-1. Mutuals paid
; Third Race. Purso of $300; for three
ycar-oius ana upwards; cllstanco 8-4
nilio; was won by Weasel, with (Jrev
stono second and Lizzie 8. third. Time
1:17 8-4. Mutuals naid 814.60.
Fourth Race. Purso of $100; a steeplo-
tuiwu over me snort courso, a nilio and a
half; was won by Rlonzl, with Major
jiuKuit eeoona aua Aorauam third
Tlmo, 2:64 1-4. Mutuals pd $10.10.
Fatal LooomotlVd Boiler Explosion.
Cleveland, O., July 28. Cleveland,
uuumnus, Cincinnati & Iudlunanolls en
glne No. 895 exploded this morning just
as Engluocr Ward and Fireman Moss had
mounted to their places. Ward was ter
ribly scaldod about tho breast and head
ana may die. Moss was badly but not
fatally bruised. A little girl picking up
coal near the engine was blown twenty
feet and fatally injured. Tho engine Is a
total wreck scattered over tho whole
vloliilty for a block distant. No causo Is
known lor tho explosion.
Cincinnati, O., July 28. To-morrow
morning in Music Hall will begin the
Fifth Annual Convention of the National
Photographers' Association. A thousand
delegates are expected from tho United
States aud Canada. Tho meeting prom
ises to be of great Importance. President
J. A. Kent, of Rochostcr, New York, Is
already In the city completing arrange
ments for the exhibition and session.
Delegates are coming In very fast. Some
have been here slnco Saturday.
Albany, N. Y., July 28. Mr. Daniel L.
Campa, of Michigan, arrived this morn
ing. He is the only member of tho noti
fication commlttoe yet hero. Chas. Banks,
President of the Nebraska Gorman Press
Association, called this morning. He
says the Republicans will not get ovor
2,000 German votes la Nebraska. Dan
Manning grutlly rofusud to talk about the
report that the Tammany electors on the
Democratic State ticket were about to
resign on the ground that Tammany had
been slighted In the party's couuscls.
Washington, D. C, July 28. The State
Department is Informed by Consul Mason
at Marseilles that thsre Is a arked Im
provement at that point and at Toulon,
the average nnmber dally deaths haviug
lallen from sixty to forty-three at Mar
seilles, from forty to fifteen at ToulOn
The epidemic is severe at Aries and at
Miner at Work.
Piitsbcrgh, Pa., July 28. President
Costello of the Miners' Union has just re
turned from attending a mass mooting of
miners at Elizabeth. He will say Jlt
tie of the outlook. It Is learned, how
ever, that several pits in tile third p6ol
will start to-day at a reduction of three
quarters cent below the price struck for.
An understanding has been made between
the Broans and their miners to work at
one-qnafter cent below tho rest of the
i?ethef .Uw flght "V tend out
side of the pool is uncertain.
. Supporting Their ellow-Workmen.
Nw Yom, July 28.-The seoond weel
of the brioMlayers' and laborers' strike for
the pine-hoar system, finds the men con
fldent. They drew no money last week,
but oommence doing so this week. They
appaantly hate plenty of lunds. Nearly
all tka plasterers In the city whose bosses
refuse tt aoq4e to the nine-hour rale
UetiC-wjltllttled. A large nunjber
strns to-af spa lomea the bricklayers.
Ihers t alio a number of Jjod-hotiMng
M'-a7 vkA hava rfnsan t Anrlr nn.fl
Cheap at Any Tt let.
Wasplvqtox, D. C, July 28.-"Kavy
Department officials estlmato the cost of
the Grccly rclli t expedition at 9700,000.
The Thetis and Bear and large quantities
ol the stores will be sold; some of the
stores are available lor use in the Navy.
Beoamt an Officer too Boon.
livvtAW, N, Y., July 28. Police Com
missioner Newell, who was arrested Sat
urday lor intrusion luto a public office by
reason ol never having been naturalized,
wus held In 9300 ball by Police Justice
King to-day to answer In a higher court.
The President's Boat.
New York, July 28. The President's
bout, Despatch, arrived to-day. Tho
President disembarked and went to tho
Fifth Aveuue Hotel. He will proceed to
Catsklll lu a lew days, going np the Hud
son In the Despatch.
Blew Bl Own Brain Out.
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 28. Corpora
Adolph Von Northelm, of the Uultcd
States Marine Corps at Marine Barrack,
committed suicide this morning by blow
lug bis brains out with a rllle. It Is be
lieved he was affected by malarial fever.
To be Notified To-Day.
Aluany, N. Y., July 28. Governor
Cleveland spent tho forcnoou in bis room
rounding tho periods of his speech of uc
ceptance. The formal notlllcatlon will
take place at the Executive Mansion at
half-past three to-iuorrow. Owing to tho
limited spaco of the parlor the public will
not be admitted to witness the ceremony.
Nothing; Heard From Morton.
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 28. Postmuster
Sic Leer stutod to-duy that ho hud not re
ceived any lulornmtlou lu regard to
Colonol Chas. B. Morton, who disap
peared from the, olllce on Monday lust.
He hud heard tho story about his being
lnstiuo, and would not be nnrprlscd II the
story was true. But he would like to
have Itcoullrmud before bellevlug It.
Storm ut Marshall, Mo. Damage
to Crops Lines Down.
Marshall, Mo., July 28. A terrific
wind and bull storm visited this city and
vicinity last night, completely demolish
ing two framo houses in thu northern
portion and blowing down a number of
valuable trees throughout the city. Tho
teleurapb wires were blown down for
200 yards north of town. Tho corn Is
Sued ou Their Bond.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 28. Thu city
solicitor has Instituted suit against the
Baukers' & Merchants' Telegraph Com
puny to recover upon a bond of $'.'0,000,
which tho company gavo the city as a
guarautoo that they would not cousoll
duto with any similar company. Tho
bond was given lu consideration of tho
privilege ol placing poles on certain
MAUKIST It law UTS.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, July 2, lssj,
Cotton Stonily; mtddiinif, luiKTHl'.to.
t'Loun Steady; XXX. to cUoluu, f.i.UOaJl.tfO;
WiutAT llJyliurs No. i Hod, WI!jf(l.io for
Hi'w; no. a urn, new, pi'V'- 0.
l!oBN-HI-litr: No, JJuiUuU, ii'tS-IHlto; No.
S white nilXD.I, 6IK"jMe.
Oats Wendy: No. 2. S"Htf.2H.io.
Ki t In demand; No. 3, 114&1IA0.
Tobacco firm; iur: common to dimes
fU.U0ii21U.0Oi leufi common red leaf. K.OUui
UM: medium to irood P.O iiftl7.no.
HAY J'lHiriH 7.00uMlB.OO for Pi-line fci liuifv
new: clover intxml. fHtil0 tor common to
prime: timothy, SI0.UWtl7.U0 for prime to "gilt
oche;" cholco new, tuMU.
UUTTKH Klrnier: oholuoto tnuey creamery
llwto: dutry, choice to luuuy, HniKiu; low
koos v.y, at wllo for candled.
Potatoum Finn nt 4uai7'4o per I'UHliel.
Pohk Quiet; new mes, 1U.00&1.25.
Lahd Steady: prlmo steam, t)H7He.
uaco.n lAtnv, vo; snorts, tt;iu?ci
Clear ribs, U'tCpWo.
wusliod. elioino. fflo! fnlr.
ST'iiWo; dlniry and low fti itT. Unwashed
Cholco niedlutn, W)o; ood averutro tnediuin
IWiVJIc; neleeted llirht lino 17lo; Kood av
erage, lt!li)17o; heavy lU'iK15e; comhlntr. "4
tnood, vju::iv; cotntnnir, low trradea, KhOIKu.
1UIJES UUtet: drv Ultit. lllu: dmnnved.
i'ki: bulls or flairs, Uo; dry salted,
in; dry salted, Uainaired, 10o; kip and
eulf, salted, 'to; (lamaifflil, uo; buns mi l
etiitfS, ban; green, uucured, 7ijo; damaged,
Siikep Pelts Wenki vroon. TOTlHOo: rr
do, 4i'j)70o., us to amount and quality of wool;
green sheitrlitig, lie; dry do, lvjilio; lumb
Wheat Firmer: No. Red. Auirimt, OTWo:
Septembor, D!4c; October, ll.uu; Novem
ber, tMc; October. 64e; N'ovutnbcr, ftic.
Oats Steady; July, Wc; August, 35s;
September, UU Vo; October, Hc.
ijoun steany; Atiitun, ii'e: riitein-
Wheat Firmer; August, W;c: ScDtcmter.
85Jio: Oetobcr, H7o.
toKN stronger: July, wj'ije: Auguit; Kc:
8eiiTomtor. W'C; October. 51 "c: No-
Vftnber, iUC; year, 4tHe; May, 41c
Oats Kirui' r; July. i-4c: Auifuat
Z!Ho; Bepteniber, ?7c; year. a -,o.
i'oliK tead;July f it; Augunt, fSI.J0;rep
totnbnr, f i.i; year, fll.t).
Lako Flnnur; Auimt, Septtmtjfr,
7.;c"i: October. V-M'i.
Shout Bius Augun, H.J2!ii rV-ptembcr,
Llva Stock Market.
Cattle Ilceelpts. S,X: ttiidy; otin,
:i-Yu,n.;r,; gixjd to choi;o, t'..o'.a;
common to fair, H.WaAJt).
bHKKH HeeelpU, 2,Wii dull; coiuuioti K
Hogs KeceipU. ll.Oflj m'clernO'ly tu-tlvo
and loo higher; light, "o: rouith '
lng, 15 .1VA.4S; heavy jaieklng at4 hip
Cattle Heoofp'4, ess HmuI,
tbroiiKb axi cam; nothing d'lngj n:vtni .;
Hiikkp Ueefdpt", S.'Jh, com gnud Itntinti
HCr: tnarkel dull arid uw:liurig.-'l, Uu,,
Honx Hocelpts, H.IWl, e.nVr,i)d bSt
175 cms; market dull, wuk nrel l r; f'A
to choleesMrkurl, A.70'i,' hi; light tni.
at tf.IXKi4o.ij; g(xxl inodluriw, .,QV
Cattle Hocelpts, 1 Vn ihlpper) 'r'tii
range cattle very dull; hlppliir '-r
of 1,100 to l.fttlO pounds avoriiva. th.VtiiM lot
butcher', U1A to i.oiki pounds avaiago,
4.50; Colorado half brood, t'lMb w.
. Hos Hecolpts, 8,ourp; active and rc hlilier;
choieo light, f.i.auWW; mixed, tWuibbM;
Shsep Becelpts light; market quiet and un
Money and Btook Market.
?-T2IiK.J.ul'r 2Tfoney 1ft per cent.;
Exchange dub but iteady; Uovernmonti duU;
eurreney.ee bld; U, coupon, VMM blj
4, do., H3h bid. Stoek market opened
jaturday. Hut numeroue lupnortlng orders
ri' "i www i uiiih oni nun nni
wwea lomt Improve
Tost indVr realising sare,T
i iiiitro iu'ohs tho Victim ol' JoLhhoii
The following is from the Johnson Conn
ty Journal of last Friday:
"Kx-Jmlgo JlrosH, of Cairo, was in this
place inu early part of last week, ami the
cllect and object of his unpleasant visit
were vihioiu later, it m strango that a man
of Judge Dross' senso and standing will
impost) upon ronpectublo people by bunt
inff up Hie depraveil and dissipated and
fcoiimo; tnem wiiiblty with which to debauch
our town. Such action m calculated to
rnise a suspicion that tho business in which
tho I'.x-Jiblgo is engaged in sliowing its de
morulijiing cllccts upon him. Wo are iIIh-
poecd to bo friendly, anil cncotirugo legiti
liiato and Imnornble business, but that
which (itslurbs tlio pence of our town and
til ii . .
oeuttuciics ami (icinorali.es our citizens wn
cannot aud will not encourage. Wo hope
the Juiln will soon enter upon some repu
table business, so that wo will bo able to
speak a kind word for him."
Tho Journal is tho leading Republican
paper of of Johnson Co., and, as tho foreg
ing indicates, is a special organ of tli
Prohibition sentiment in tho party there.
Tho editor of thu Journal, M. A. Smith, in
ordinarily a man of good senpe, but on the
subject of Prohibition ho appears to bo as
intollcreiit as were tho Puritan monsters of
Salem upon the subject of Witchcraft. Ho
looks upon drunkenness as a great weak
nesa, caused and fostered by tho tlistillers
and liquor sellers by tho mero presence of
whisky; and which can bo cured only by
tho utter abolition of tho manulac
turo and sain of liquors. Ho would
hold whisky and thoso who vornl it re-
Hpohttililo for tho evils resulting from drunk
enness. Many very sensible people,
and highly respected members of hociety,
too, regard drunkenness as an evil cauned
by defective moral training, which must bo
cured, if cured at oil, by precept and prnc
tico at our firesides. They hold tho drunk
ard responsible forgetting drunk and rIho
for whatever evils may attend or result
from his drunken condition. They do not
believe that tlio distiller is any more rc
sponsible for the evils of drunkenness or
for drunkeniinss itself than tho pastry cook
is for dispepsia and tho evils attending that
condition, ami they do not believe that the
proper way to cure gluttony and dispepsia
is to close up nil tho kitchens and stop tho
manufacture of pie. They regard "Prohi
bition," so called, as nn insane delusion,
vicious in principle mid inefficacious for
good ; but they tlo not, therefore, entertain
bitter personal feelings toward those who
differ with thciu, and they can concedo to
their opponents as much honesty in their
professed convictions as they claim for
themselves. Not so, however, to M. A.
Smith, of the Journal, if wo may judgo
from his screed upon Judo Bross. Ho
cannot spook a kiud word for nor respect
a man who dilfcrs with him on tho subject
of Prohibition, not even such a man as
J udgo Bross whoso vciy name is pynoniinous
with uprightness and honor wherever ho
is known ; and the reuBon for this is, that
tho Judgo is engaged in tho wholesale
liquor business, which Mr. Smith says
an illegitimate business, but which, iu fact
and in law, is as legitimate and as honorable
as is that iu which Mr.
Smith is engaged a business
which tuny be just as much abused as M
Smith's businops may be, by unscrupulous
men seeking illegitimate gain, but which,
wo veutuio to guy, the Judge has conducted
with just ns much regard for the law and
r.. i i. - n .
mr iquny unu oonor as jur. smith may
have shown in the conduct of Ids own bus
iness, and pel haps, even more.
Judgo Bross went to Vienna to collect
money that was due. Ho did not go about
"hunting up tho depraved and dissipated
citizens" of the place, "for the purposo of
selling liquors." Wo are authorized by
Judgo Bross to say that Mr. Smith lies
when ho makes this charge, but wo prefer
not to use such harsh language as that. It
is sufficient to say, while there, in puisuit
of bis perfectly legitimate business, he was
applied to by several of tho most promi
nent citizens of the place, among them
several druu'giits, to send them and others
given quantities of dilfcrent kinds of liq
ors. He took the orders and scut the
liqor, and no man of good
tense end without prcjudico will
say that he hi wrong. Hut tho editor
of the Jouf nttl aecms to labor under tho de
lusion that an imaginary fonco built by a
few fcxtrmiiiti around a community ought
to tffixtually exclude everything which
may, through sbutm, become demoralizing,
an I whru they w c the utter fallacy of thoir
fLYj uotlon, l hey become frenzied and
tuU blow IU world Into fragments.
'wu U obly txperioucing what other
tM(Wui.t5M, counties and States where
"I''Ai'thhl'm," ku-called, has been inau
t(Htt,i'. Uveall experienced before, viz:
(hit Prohibition does not and cannot pro
hibit; but Mr. Kinitli seems to be loth to
believe this and will doubtless assert, that
if Judgo Uross and all tlio other liquor
dealers iu tho country were to refuse to fill
orders for liquor, sent to them by mer
chants of Vionn, then Prohibition would
prohibit. In other words, Prohibition
would prohibit if it would only prohibit.
But several respcctablo and responsible
people of Vienna happened to apply to
Judge Bross for liquor, and hp, like any
other legitimate dealer would have done,
tilled their ordore and thereby
laid himself liablo to tho r.harfrn.
uora the diicriminatincr Mr.
Smith, of having debauched the people who
got tho whisky and drank it till they be
came like swiuo in tho mire on a July
noon. Smith's moral philosophy in peculiar.
It is admitted that tho liquor buiucbs is
often abiiHod by men who have no regard
fur the law; but then thu consequences
should rest upon tho heads of those con
cerned alone, and it would be just as fool
ish and unjust to denounce thu whole f ra
ternity of liquor dealers for the sins of the
few unscrupulous ones mnon them, as it
would bo to chtugo the whole Rcpublico
Prohibition party with being guilty of the
same unreasonable views and carping prej
udice us Mr. Smith has given such strong
evidence of. Iu tho eyes of his friends
hero and elsewhere, tho Germans particu
larly, Judgo llroKj will gain in esteem just
because ho bos been the mbject of tho ex
ceedingly virtuous Mr. Smiths itbtne.
i on i r irrT'irci
M.S. R.l; Devoio
lor HCicrnl dayr.
lias li i ll very sick
Fall in line and get your campaign
badges at Miller's jewelry store. lw
Captain Rill McCullougli has left the
river, ami gono llilo thu hardware business
iu Council b lull's, Iouu-
There is more fun, and more people at
Dixon Springs, than at Otouiowoc this sea
son. It is tho best placo to go after arl.
Mat. Fulton is (list clerk on a Steamer
running between St. Louis ami Davenport,
Iowa. His family rei-ido in Davenport.
Notick Past duo accounts will bo
thankfully received by Win. M. Davidson.
Another lot of water melons camo in
from the South yesterday. They wore
tempting to tho African palate and much
A party, among whom are Mr. and Mrs.
Mux llyman and Mrs. Burnett, aro prepar
ing to go to Dixon Springs this week, prob
ably day after to-morrow.
Mr. Wm. Lnnorgnii is in Chicago, call
ed Iheto last Silunlay by a telegram an
nouncing the dangerous sickness of his wife
who had been theie on h visit for some
-Dr. L. C. Starkcl, of St. Clair County,
was iu the city yesterday on business. He
predich that his county will give a umjority
of not less than 1,. 100 for Cleveland and
Wood Rittciiliouso is the best, most
patient and moat persistent fisher in South
ern Illinois, so sas Smith, and ho ought to
bo well posted. Rittcnhousc's greatest suc
cess is amonr -the CyprcBS Bass.
Several cases of disorderly conduct
were disposed of by Justice Robinson yes
terday, among thorn was that of a hugo De
gress who had given officer McTiguo much
trouble ou Commercial Avenue Sunday.
Tho warning sent out so tardily by
Ast-t. Surgeon Ames, of the Marino Hospi
tal Service, proves to have been an entirely
false alarm. It was only aense of summer
complaint that had not br.en within two
thousand miles of any placo infected with
The band nt Hotel Lafayette, Lako
Miunetoukais puid fifteen hundred dollars
per month. Four of its members belong to
Thcodcro Thomas's orchestra. The py
roll of employes amount to over seven
thousand dollars per month and it requires
200 guests to pay current expenses.
"Tho Democratic platlbim is a won
derful invention. It tuny be utilized as a
compendium of great statosmanly axioms,
or it may servo the purpose of a recipe for
removing grease spots." Chicago News.
Just so. Gov. Cleveland with the Demo
cratic platform in his hand will wipe out
the biggest grease spot in the country the
Mr. Bardell, of Chicago, representing
tho I'h. Best Brewing Company, was in
the city yesterday on business. He is a
Republican and will support the party ticket
but lie says that Carter ILirrison will carry
Cook county by 15,000 majority and took
up a bet yesterday offered by a citizen here,
that Carter would not get 12,000 in Gjok
county. Mr. Bardell is an old citizen of
Chicago, an active business man and
throughly posted about tho state of things
in the city and county.
Tho St. Liuis Republican reporters
have spent three days in fruitless search for
ono of thoso Irish Democrats who, Repub
lican papers say, are going to vote for
Blaine and Logan. Like the milk sickness
that kind of an Irishman is only to be
tound in some other county. There has been
not a littlo talk here of Irishmen expressing
a preference for Blaine, who havo hitherto
voted tho Democratic ticket. But wo ven
ture to assert that there are not two Irish
men in tho city excepting thoso who have
been Rcpubzicans or Grecnbackcrs for
years, who will not vote for Cleveland and
Hendricks in November.
The man Dillon spoken of elsewhere
as having been arrested by Officer Ma
hanny Sunday night tor disorderly conduct,
and against whom a warrant for robbery
is pending, proves to have been wrongfully
accused in the warrant. Last night Officers
Mahanny, Hogan and Dunn arrested tho
right man. His name is Smith. Uo had
been at work for Mr. Nolcn, section boss
at Bird's Point. He came over here with
Mr. Nolen Sunday night, and while the
latter was asleep in the Sherman House,
he robbed him of a silver watch and 40 in
money. He hid tho watch under the steps
back of the Opera nouso, and with the
money ho bought new clothing in a dowu- i
Examine our larco slock of Light Wear Underwear from
I he ir-wnt jrnuze Undershirt to the finest $5.00 Balbriffan
Oiir stock of Summer Hosiery is complete comprisimrlisie
'Jhiead, Jl.ilhrjggan nml Silk Ualf-IIose.
g S-T-R-A-W H-A-T-S S
in abundance. Manillas iu large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
G. T. WIHTLOCK.
, ma mr
(Succcsmhs to lioldstine & Kosenwatci'O
and complete stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods,
11a is, Caps, &c., &c.
CUNNINGHAM & YOCUM.
OFFJ K: Iloom No.
711 Oil LO LEVEE,
C OM PAN IKS
livorpo' I mid I.eiidon and d'lobp,
(icrinaiiiii Kire Ins. Co.,
Spring field F. &, it. Ins
Howard 1 us. Co.,
Farmer's liic Ins. Co ,
'i;ira rains. Co.,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and Agate Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajrent for Adams & Westlnke Oil, Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
' J:ttffl '11I,am'l,t,oni steel r,ows' c,li1' Wows, Walking- Cultivators,
Coin Sliellers, Planters, Etc., Etc. '
Nos. 27 ft 33, 0 m.
TEI.EPIIONK N't). CO.
town furnishing houe. The wnlch was
found by sonio children at piny, and tlio
f :ct of tho purchase of clothing by Smith
was learned by tht officers during thuir
search lor evidence ycsterd iy afternoon.
The money pufd for the clothiDg proved to
be of the eamo denomination as that lost
by Nolen. With this duo and n discre
tion of tho man who bought tlio clothing
tho officers went to woik hist night and
about 10 o'clock came tip with their man
whom they took to jail for examination to
day. Sundiy night Officer Mahanny arrested
a white man named Dillon for making dis
orderly demonstrations in a down town
boarding house. Yesterday Justice Robin
Sim fined him $10 and costs, and he (Dillon)
was sent to the city j'lil to servo out his fine.
Among tho articles taken from him was a
silver watch which was claimed by a com
panion of tho prisoner named Nolan, a sec
tion boss on ono of tlio ruilroads at Enst
Cairo. Nolen claims that Dillon stole the
watch from him, and ho swore out a warrant
agiiost Dillon fot robbery, under which he
will be examined after his term in the city
j hi cipires.
Two officers fioin Si. Louis were on
the steanu r Annie P. Si! ver lust tveniog
whi'ii sho lunded here. They were on tho
look-out for a uegro named Williams who
killed his wife in St. Louis several days
ago, and who put his baggage in charge of
tli Mictnsn on tho bo;.t, saying that he
would meet tho boat either hero or at Mem
phis. Chief Hearden placed two men of
the Cairo force at their servico and thouch
a thorough search of the elums was made
tho fugitive was not found, nor did he pre
sent himself at the boat for his baggage.
The boat left last night.
Mrs. McKeaig has forsomo tirao been
in Grand Haven, Mich., nn a visit to hereon
in law, Mr. Mueller and family; and about
a week ago si c, Mr. Mueller and his little
child bad a narrow escape from drowning,
as the following paragraph from a paper
published thero will testify: 'Last Satur
day Signal Sergeant Joseph E. Mueller, with
his wife, his little boy and mother-in-law,
went out to indulge in a boat ride. They
had begun to climb into tho unreliable
craft when by some mishap Mrs. Mueller
was precipituted into tho river. Mr. M. im
mediately jumped into the wster to her res
cue. He had hardly done so when the boy
tumbled in, which so excited his g. m., who
was standing upon the dock, that she came
tumbling after. They wnro all rescued in
Tho "l'nlaeo" Clothier.
E. W. WII1TLOCK,
i, M. & 0. ft. ft. .Building,
- - CAIRO, ILL.
New Ttnrk Underwriter's Agency,
Uennan-Aiuei ican Ins. Co.,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co ,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Notices In this colamniarec llueb or lees SScer.tg
onelusortion or $1.00 per wuok.
XOl. 8ALE-rwo (Wimble lots on Kith Street,
CoiuIukb p.vl-iou. Apply to Juo. A Pooro.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
r1Om0?i',lriTctf"lly '""nonnco to the cltlzont of
Cairo tlmt l have opent-d and am carrylnn ona
first clasalaundr in the roar of Winter lUock
mi Seventh Mtr. ct. where 1 am prepared to do al
kluds of work in my line In a euVerior and work!
'.?,.Ba 8tylu' dttinK competition and at
ronaole flmires. All work nharanteed, and
prompt payment if any goode are lost,
v ii u , . , MARY HENNKT.Y.
u Entrance to laundry, tbronuh the nrlvuta
entrance to the Winter's uiock. lillim
lou isc. Herbert;
(Snccesscr to Chas. T. Newlaud and
H. T. Gerould.)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fir
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth frits ,
OA1UO. j : ill.
p'& xVr rte' furnibod Md
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUJIF'
the best pntnp evor Invented. New Gas PIxtnro
&hd. 10 rder- :1 turei wpIlrVd"
tyjobblng promptly attended to. 319-tf
(Ail a. SHITU,
UUBEllT A. (MITU
Grand Central Store.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
Fth St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Avo.
OAlHO, . - ILL,
itcpalringr neatly done at short notice.