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THE DAILY UAlRU HULLKT1N: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST
Cowboy Killed by a Neitro.
Mil .Kh I'll v, Mom., July 81. A cow-
i i,iy ujJit nine wiles from here resulted in
. . . ! the fatal bhooling d c:.o. Willhiuir 1y :i
Uyht in tho DarknoBS at Lnbt lor ll(ro u.ilMil Jou i)L.U) psiy. Tin; latter
the Cholorn SuQ'ercra Of j received two severe pistol bhot wounds.
Progress of the Trial of the Supported
Dynamiters at Warwick A Ser
American Stocks Enjoying an Upward
Tendency in the London
r.uiis, July id. There has been a re
markable decrease hi the mortality record
at all points iu tho infected districts dur
ing the past twelve hours and the cases
reported this morning are of a milder
form. The decrease in intensity is In a
great measure due to the cooler weather
which lias prevailed for the past two
days. At Marseilles there were only
seven deaths from cholera last night, and
the reports from Toulou, Aries and Aix
show a like decrease.
Lomxi.v, July 31. The trial of the sus
pected dynamiters, John Daly, James
Kgau and Win. McDonnell, which began
yesterday Iu Warwick is being continued
to-day. Sergeant of Police Orr and a
detective repeated the testimony plven at
the preliminary examination in llirinlng
ham May 10, and Daly then cross-examined
Sergeaut Orr, and succeeded in
making that oilicial appear very silly in
the eyes of the Court.
uohiwooi hac ks.
London, July SI. At Goodwood to
day the race for the Goodwood cup was
won by St. Simon, Osslan, second, aud
Friday, third. Only three horses ran.
London, July SI. There was some lit
tle excitement at the Stock Kxchauge
this morning when live small tirms who
Lad been bears on the market announced
their inability to meet their obligations.
They were largely short of American se
curities, and those being bought back,
caused a sharp rise in American stocks.
The whole market responding to the re
action has caused a better Iceiius iu Stock
Kxchauge circles than has prevailed at
auv time-since the recent pur.ie in New
ciiKAi' J i:i.r.(. i:imiy.
Kdled While Switching Cars.
Mattuox, Ii.i.., July S1.--W. J. Nash,
engineer In the I. & St. L. yards here was
killed this morning while attempting to
make a runuing switch. lie leaves a
widow and Mx children.
Disastrous Fire at Hot Sprint's.
Hot SriuNiis, Auk., July SI. A ter
rible coullugratiou occurred here this
morning at one o'clock which destroyed
a whole block of frame buildings front
ing ou Central avenue.
Shoctlnu at Larnttl, Kau.
I..vi:nld, Kas., July SI. Hon. Selsou
Adams was shot at last night by tho
Marshal of Lamed, lie struck tho Mar
shal twice with a heavy cane .before the
latter tired. Serious troub'e Is appre
heuded, as local politics caused the disturbance.
Lieutenant Gruely's Mother.
lVnrsMor rn, N. 11., July SI. Secre
tary Chandler arrived this morning ou
the Tallapoosa, lie received letters from
the mother of Lieutenant Grcely and
Samuel J. Kaudall, announcing that ttiey
will be present at tho reception. The
wife of Commander Schley has arrived.
Held for Riot.
Lhadiohd, 1'a., July SI. John Mal
colm, a boss cutter, Frank Cunningham,
Victor Crager aud Adolph Gossere, ar
rested for rioting at the glass works,
were bailed to appear this afternoon by
Mullen & Mills, the oil producers. All is
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The Bricklayers Strike.
M.w Y'okk, July SI. At the headquar
ters of the Bricklayers' Union No. i this
morning the meeting w as conducted with
closed doors. Speaking of the situation
one ol the leaders said to-day that there
had been no important developments
since yesterday aud uo more lirms had
The Western Union "Sees" lis Vigorous
Rival and "Goes" Five Cents Uelter.
Sr. Loris, Mo., July SI. The Western
Union greeted the new Manas r of the
Postal Consolidation, A. K. Wise, to-day
by anuounciug a cut from fiity to twenty
cents a nn-s.-age to Eastern points, thu
iiolug its formidable rival five cents bet
ter. Local telegraphers believe that the
rate war is imw on in earnest. Manager
Wi-e ot the Postal will not move the gen
eral oll.ee into that ol the Hackers'
Merchants' nor make any char.2-s iu tho
operating force until the arrival here of
Southwestern Superintendent I.e Loup.
The Boffus Cattle King.
St. Loris, Mo., July Si. Since the re
cognition of C. If. Newman, tho bogus
cattle king, by Marshal John Powers,
of Elgin, 111., and his ideiithication by
him as A. (,'. Dlakcslee, alias George Par
ker, other things concerning his confi
dence career are coining to light. In 1K7J
he went to Santa l'e, N. M., which tlie
railroad was just entering, aud started a
large livery stable on credit. lie ran it
six months, made money la-t mid one
night disappeared, leaving his creditors
in the lurch and going to Mexico, it was
thought then. Two years niter lie reap
peared at Las Veiras, N. M., and played a
similar game, disappearing from there
about a year ago.
7.1 NC .MIMillS ON A VllUKK.
Wapes Reduced lit Cartel ville, Mo.,
Owing- to Low I'nce ot Ore.
Joi'i.iN, Mo., July SI. A strike oe
curred vesterdav among the miners at
Carterviilc, seven miles east of her
consequent upon the reduction of wages
from 1.75 to 1.50 a day. Owing to the
low price of zinc ore the mine operators
have for some time past been holding
their ore for an advance in price, and is
suing orders to empioyis oil stores for
the necessaries of lite. As the price did
not advance as soon as anticipated, the
operators held a meeting aud decided to
shut down or reduce wages. ihe latter
course was adopted and a strike resulted
Governor Hendricks Fails to Connect.
Ai.iiANV, '. Y., July SI. Governor
Cleveland passed a quiet morning at the
Executive Chamber. There were but
few isitors of prominence. Mr. Hen
dricks was expected from Saratoga, but
telegraphed at eleven o'clock that ho
could not come until this afternoon. The
two candidates meet for the first time,
and their interview is likely to be an in
terestina one. Gossip has it that the
letter id acceptance will be given out
early next v.eek. The report is that
Cleveland has a rough dra:t of his letter,
aud will put it into shape for publication
after conference with Hendricks.
Gram and I'rov.s'.ons.
M . I.OCls.
A Horse-Thief Killed.
Paws, Ti:x., July SI. Deputy Siierifl
Caldwell, with a possj of men, for sev
oral days past has been searching for
Jeff Pierce, a horse-thief. They foiiu
bin) Tuesday evening near Koxton. While
Caldwell was reading tho warrant for
his arrest, Pierce raised his revolver
One of the posso seeing the movement
shot Pierce dead. He had been a fugitive
frtr a year, and was one of the most dar
iug horse-thieves ever known in this sec
Ovrros sta-iv. m'.iaaiiif. u-fcau'i
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lii Tit.it I inner: ciiiiiceio lauei' vn-'um-rf
r.':'.:: dairv. eiio.ee t 'j lancy, l.'iil'.c, tgw
r i'lei t,oiio!rt!.
i'.oos u.i, ; ctiu-lieil. ei'-.e ; -liij'l -r-' 111 u 1.8,
i'nT TOi I iii! I. hi in'i 1 er ini-ln-i.
Point i.iii !' l : new mess, ? li'.i. lii.ii'i,
I. Mm .a.iy; in-line Mi-im. '
liA'i in l.oie.'S, '..i'.c; sliorts. '.i- i
Ileal Vilis, !' i ,e.
W ooi. 'i'un-waslie 1, r!io:c '."!iir. fair,
e; diii.'v si n I low I'iiw;t-)i-1
( iioiee me 1:iimi. i jc: t"n)"l iivi-raL'u modiniu
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Ilrni.s ijiiiet; 1 1 c v Hint. I',,-: .nun iu''"I,
l:'.c: ii'im or Kia.'S, lije; 'iry linii-i,
l:.'e: lr" sallel, uaiiiau'el, lie; km an I
euil. Ba;t" l. S' ie; ila'iia-e l, i.'.e; ihii.s mi I
s'n.'S, .V4e; green, uncoied, '. ;e; i:ai!..iv'e,l,
J , c.
Micci' Pia.ri Weak: ep'.'ti, Tri"-i-; dry
iii i, 4 t'le., IIS to nnei lilt llti I 1)11,1 il y oi Wo il ;
ni'een sli'M'-nnji, lie; dry do, loa.lj'-; laaio
Wiikat Lower; No, :: licit,
list, '.'.V ,p; September, Vie; Oelouer,
t iiiin S"0 nly: AiiL'ii-t, IV'.'. r; Sejiicul.i.r,
i-fi.e: ictobi r. itl'ic; Novciiiti-r, Kit:
Ovrs -Lower; Anuiisi, ol 4e; Mpteuilier,
I MICA ,
r; Aii.'ii-t. s.i- e;
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car, s"e: M ay. Tic
r: .luiv, oiivc: Anoint,
year, i.i- e.
Win vr K
M I Irto'il
( 1 1 UN - I.IH'
Si ) 'I 111 1 1. e.
Vellllier. ! ",(; v ea
-'i 7.c; i'iteiiili''r, ,e;
I'iihk '( il ly; ,),i!v .
; yen r. 'l:.'.ii .
I. Mill l-'lniier: .Inly.
Sclilcilll IT, JT.lt '.; I leto'i
Mioli r Kllis-.liih. ivi'; .iieu-t, f-. il; Sep'
ICin'ier, ii; I iclol.cr, ,o.
Live f:tc.e:: :: via.:,
I II o w.-.
Exports and Imports.
WAiiiMj ion, 1). C, July ul. The re
port on the foreign commerce of the
l uited States shows the balance of trade
in favor of this Government for the last
ti-cal year as .y;:',L".is,,,i,,i7, against :i bal
ance in our faor of iH'.i'.'jC, 4 i the pre
ceiling year. The total value of the exports
ot merchandise for tho lUcal year just
(Mused was fc? 10,51 1,500, against -rT.'.,'
h:'.:i,lH2 the preeeilin- Use il year; a fail
ing off of ki:',,:;z5,i'. The Imports of
mereliainlise amounted to 'H;7,714,5';3,
ttgaitist 71S,lsO,Jl4 the preceding llscal
year; a falUng off of $::.,4';i;,;;51.
Not Ytt Arrested.
Ukooklvn, N. V., July Ol.-Notwith-Btandlng
the rumor to the effect that
Colonel Clias. Morton, Deputy postmas
ter, would be under arrest this morning,
Bnch Is not the case. Pp to tin; present
time the Colonel has been Kuccessful In
keeping his wherabouts a profound mys
tery, and the authorities are wholly un
able to account tor his prolonged ab
sence. In rfew of the fact that the lime
coraclef In the pay roll which ho alone
cm explain are so email. The Issuing of a
wairaat o( arrest is considered by many
ai a bavty act too.
linos Here it I) in; u:-t,e niil il Fluid
lilytier; livln, f'v..i .V '; ron.'li p ii-kni',
S'i..i.l ".U. u y jiekill ! il'lil i;',.liiiil'J,
s.'l ll (, i.-U
I'mim: l.'octois. e.iln: vn mil en
eh inii'il ; eioi:s. i'l.-n 'i l.i; piml lo
t hou ... ?." k lull :.'.i; com eon t i ;iir, i' I. . ,,."i. I;;,.
MiKce Keeeiiis, hi; w.ik; e Hum hi to
CxnT.i; Market dul', with liLrlit ri't'eii.t.
I' Villi entile, : 11 licii.'li; tail' to tooil mi
ll e - tl i 1 j 1 1 LT Sl"l'IS. I i ft W ; lirl't lill!el.
it. .fU.'i'M.tn; -tek-rs, a.":t.ii.'..
Mil l c -Mai M'l Wi nk; eoiiuie n to fair,
;; :." ol.'.'."i; f i.o I t i fhoiie, s:i,'i(i . l.'.Vi; tni.
SI 'Xil l.'i; I'.ciil,., l oiiiiiion Id pi inic, 4..iK'J
j..) I. A M'lllllier ol em's It lillllll IlllSilal.
Iloiis -Murkfl slronif inel liiirlier: :ocil to
Olioiee oi'.;eis, Si.i.'i i.i..Si; lnileli.r- ifi-nle.,
."i.s.V;' ."i.'in; ll'l 1)l .
KANSAS ( T TV.
Catti.k Ke e iis. u'.miii; weak mi I c'ow
lllltiM- HICI I"!, I "mi to I.VIi) IHIIIIIlN lOcril-'IV
S"i.:pl.l.ii.J.'i; ilo, '.III In I, Inn pi HI 1 1 1 1 r: iHl'IM'd'
H.i'i '.'; M I'Kci's, v.: f, i...vi; cowh, ti". t.,5
If riiss I ' MIS si eel S.,.i: a.."j.
Hi his I (eeeii us, ' (I id; weak and .'rln'Or
lijflit, f "i. iiii. 'iii; ini.vcil uii'l liciivy, .i..i.(id
Mim:!'-Iteei pis, ml; Ktcwly; fair to (.'i,od
in lttoi:8, fif.iU .i'i.
Monty and Stock Market.
Ni.wVhiik..IiiIv:U.-Moii, v I'.."i'' hit cent
Keliiini;e c o-i .1 st a ly at 4 2 y't IM ; Ijov-
iM iiiueiHH e i h i mi I; i iii'rcnev, li s, 14
Ui'l; 4" I'litnuiiis, I'M , ,l,i: 4'k. iln.. IIV
bill. 'Hie sineli niHi'kel this n. firnlnir in I'lifil
active neil stum, mill ho ci nilinn (J iimll
'lear in u I iv. i o ii. I h im M were n on Incut.
in il ci i.e : tel in 'cm ol riiiy in it mil
bin li .'. sai.l to I e Ii i, in I 1 1) o irs t fcHi,
lWU:. lll.lle Minify Hflcr CIcVl II O I'loi k.
i lie liiiirinciii(.i' ranifeil from UiHi'v II
tiiu min i' I n n r uc Inn !itl , but at the
vn no oi r.uii'; w tono is llrm.
Foil Sai.E.--.V good pony. Apply to Dr.
-.Mr. (leo. M. Dougheity riturne'l to
Democratic poles are springing '
iliil'eieut parts of the city.
Mits Jackson, of Vienna, is in the city
visiting her niiut, Mrs. Walter Wnnlar.
Mr. (eorge 'Wooster is at home again
from a tin u weeks' visit to Dixoti Springs.
Notice I'ast ilue accounts "ill be
thankfully received bv Win. M. Davidson.
Mr. Herbert's house on ('numercial is
finishe.l and Messets Scliuh and Oknm)
have reui ived their stocks back into build"
AVoik on the low streets aud lots was
interrupted" fr several days by rain, but was
resumed ycster lay, the Wabash road l-nl
ing tlie vam with a train of ten cars.
Co!. W. Crowd .'V, press agent fur
Burr Robbius' Consolidated Shows, is iu
tiio city, ornanieuting the boards with
handsome caper announcing their advei.t
oa the l Vh ir.st.
(ijeof "tho boys" at the club the
other night: "I wish my wifs wasn't a
politician. "Why i" asked liis friend. "Is
she a Democrat!' "No, shea a l.o.'.ei;
she woa't let me in after 10 -MO o'clock
Labor Unions iu New York, Chico".
Bt'stou, and elsewhere throughout the
country, intend having grand parades Sat
urday, Sip'.ember 1. It is proposed to be
the most extensive demonstration i f the
kind ever witnessed in the world. Miiita
ry and other outside organiz i'.i ms are in
Out West they do tiling with the bret
zv afHuecce of boundless dash. In Mod-
tina, Monday nig'if, a whole herd of sevtn
hor-e-thieve3 were torra'ded to the limbs of
one trc. In '.he itL-te C jiiiiuonwea.ths
this tide the Uockies it would have taken
many months and much money to get thoe
fellows ready for Gubernatorial clemency.
Vi-itors to Dix- n Sptirgs say, '"The
table an 1 service i-i better tliis season than
ever before. 'I ho "kicker-," if they have
come, found nothing to "kick' against."
Cairo will be well represented there this
iiiintli. A l.rg.-pir'y w:.l go up Monday
morning, and Mr-. lVii-r and family,
anion;,' the many other.-, will go the latter
part of the week.
The man r.rri-.-tc I by the night officers
Wednesday night under ru-pieion of being a
crook," was brought i.ut lor examination
yesterday before J .;..".,.,: Udjinson. Ho
was represented by Mr. W. C. Mulkey,
through whom he waived an examination
and the court lull him to bail in the sum
of fjOO, in default i f which he was taken
back to the county j iii.
While the pe' p'.e arc diking politics,
Providence continues to take care of the
crops. Several funnels in Missouri, among
them Mr. Swank, are oi.iy w-'iiting for the
ellect of the late rain to pa-s away, when
they will set teams t-i work hauling large
quantities of cmn i i. r this city. Com
finds a ready silo ,.!,, l,y commission
merchants, millers and f.r home consump
tion. - When .Mr. Uinine Was Secretary of
State th;-ie were several American citizens
of Irisli birth arret' il an 1 imprisoned by
England, and kept in a piibon without
trial and without a direct charge against
them: and Mr.Jh,ine'n "vigorous foreign
policy" never xtet;del to their prison
doors, lie was very busy with the guano
beds of South America; but th'i English
jail bed of American citizens he deliber
ately refu-ul to see.
The story is told tlt during the chol
era epidemic in Chic ig in 1S5G, while peo
ple wen dying by the hundred daily, a lum
ber dealer who had Hi) w n employed dis
covered a preventive wlnrh proved tmcccsfl
ful. lie compelled Lis men to drink whis
ky iiistea I of water mid to wear flannel
bandages around their Htomnchs. Although
the mm employed in the other yan'a were
all attacked, not one of his men took the dis
ease. The story is not nil told. Of tho CO
men in this lumberman's tinploymi tit two
of them while drunk fell from lumber-piles
and broke their necks, one jumped into the
river, one wan hanged for murdering his
wife, three were lynched by the citizens and
the remaining -il died of delirium tremens
But they escaped the cholera.
Notwithstanding the general trade de
pression, some travellers for wholesale gro
eery houses in this city give a quite cheer
ful view of the condition of country trade,
of the Htamliii of country incrchnnts with
whom tliey como in contact, aud of the
prospects of the farmers. The latter iihio
appear to be satisfied with the price f
wheat, though the range ot these is nor
mally low, and at least iu certain sections
appear to 1)J willing to make sales at the
going quotations, which ;ii tho interior of
this statiylo not range higher than from Go
to 70 cents. The fact is that at the pres
ent time tho whole trade and iiuanci vl
s'riicture of the country rests upon the abil
ity and the disposition of the farmers to
dispose of their crops at the present lnv
prices, and als'i the ability of the dealers
to market them as rapidly ns possible.
The honesty and faithfulness of the
International P. stul Service has jmt been
strikingly illustrated in the history i f a
letter containing Oo cents, width was mail
ed iu January, 193.'!, from Grand Hip;u,
Mich , and addressed to John Bathurst, iu
Australia, by way of Biindisj, Italy. After
having boon opene I by mist ile and advi-r-tisod,
the missive wassint to the British
Dead Letter Office in Australia, thence to
the United Stub s Dead Letter Office by
wag of San Fmricis.to, ami thence back 'o
Gram! Hapids, on the 2-ltli of June las,
laving made the circuit of the globe in
one year, five months and fifteen das.
The envelope bore all the marks of hard
usage, but the piece of silver was still in
closed, wrapped ps when it was mtiled.
Tin; Voting Democrats met at the
Ila'di'ly Guards' Armory, or, Tenth Stp-i,
l ist night and pirfectid ti.eir orgiti!.itio:i.
They a 1 pied a constitution w hich provides
thai the name of club shall be " The Y Utig
D.T.i if rttio Club of (" li'o, 111 ." i.ml th it
the nee of lilcinoi is sh dl b.' limited with.n
17 and 40. Vi. c-l'r si i,nt IV" i picidid
with much dignity an I ability, and Secre
taiy Fr ink did li s part with iiiikIi d spatc'i.
Mr. W. (!. Milkey was the orator of Ihe eve
tnig, making a ie c!i about ha'.f an In ur
n length iu w'lich ho notice 1
briefly -ind rel'utd completely
the sever A charges brought against Gov.
Cleveland ou the score of his vetoes. Mr.
Mulkey held the uadivid.' 1 attention i f
the b- y, and was loii 11 applaud. .-d. Tiieio
we e up-vatds of a hundred ami ilf.yyoui.g
Dein KnU present, nearly all members f
There is unmi-tikable proof that tho
man arrested for the theft of jewelry from
Mr. E. A. Buder, is a professional "crook.'
Even if the stolen property ha 1 not been
found iu his poss's-i'-n his actio::s yt sttrdny
would convince any man of ordinary seme
ot this fact. Constable Siieehan's story is
as follows: The man was first arrested ly
Sheehan and Iliz. Mittin, at the
instigation of Mr. C. I!. Wood-
war'l whose suspicious wore arousel
against the man by the fact that he bad
como to the store and selected ft largo lot
of c utlery which he had left, promising to
return the next day aud pay lor it and take
it away. The officers arre-ted him, search
ed and cross-qucrtioncd him closely, bu
learning nothing that v.uuM justify an ar-
tcst, they let him go. Subsequently, in
conversation with Depu'y Sherilf Mjers,
this oflicer i-xpri'ssed the opinion veiy
emphatically that the man was crooked
and propo-ed to hunt him up again.
Sheehan 1'greed, and the hun'cd the man
up, took him to M ag strate Comings' ollii e
and there subjected him to u rigid cross
examination. The u. an asserted bis in
nocence, said that he intended to make
good the promises he hid made to the sev
eral parties from whom he had bought
goods, lie intended to go to Charleston
and return yesterday afternoon. As an evi
dence of good faith, he o tiered to deposit
20 with tho officers as a lorfeit
iu case he oil not return. The
officers hesitate I ab -lit taking tho money,
but the man insisted, and they "wilted."
They took the money an 1 let the prisom r
l'o. and vesrerdav morniiiL' deposited the
money witn .Magistrate U mings. .Mr.
Sheehan says there was no proof which
would have justified the man's arrest, henc e
it may be presumed that tho man was at
liberty to go where and when ho pleased,
so far ns these oHictrs, Sheehan and Myers,
were concerned; mid that being the caso,
the assertion of Officer Sheehan that the
man insisted upon leaving J0 as a forfeit
for Irs return, would ttti'i p the
man ns a confounded fool, which
he is not, by any means. So
much for Mr. Sheehan V story. When the
night f..rce came on, Chief Beardon had
learned something more about the man's
doings, and be gave the men some in
structions. A t-earch was made f"r him,
and I.e was found on tin Arkansas City,
about to depait for Memphis, having al
ready paid his fare. No was
much agitated when arrested, and
oll'ered to give tho officers ev
ery thing he had, even several railroid
tickets lie had; but it was "no go," and he
wasj'iiled. A search brought to light the
gold chain, and several rings belonging to
Mr. Buder, and in one of his satchels he
had also two bottlos of cologne, which
Messrs. Barclay Bros, recognize- as some of
their stock, taken, no doubt, while the fel
low was in their store on Ohio levee, se
lecting a lot of goods to bo sot asido "till
to morrow," just as he had done at Mr.
Wood ward's and Mr. Budcr's places. Iu
Hid police cc.iirt josierday the prisoner
give his uame as Ziegler; on the boat the
night before ho was known as "Dunn,"'
ami to ollicir M ilianuy the s uiio night ho
OKFR K: Jfooni No. 1, 31. A 0. li. li. Huildiiii?,
oiiio i.Kvini, - - Cairo, ira..
livu po 1 mill I.t iidou and CMic,
Gi'fm;ii(l;i Kirt Ins. Cn.,
Spi inglii Id V. k. 31. Jin. Co ,
llu ward Ins. Co.,
I'Hrni"i's t 'm' Ills. Co ,
.Niagara I ns. Co.,
New lork Underwriter's Agency,
Ueriniui-Ainericaii Ins. Co ,
. City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Contiiu'iiUl J ns. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
wm. ji. da v i dson;
I ;i)aiii.c(l Hcrliti and Aate W'aic,
Uiitl Cures. Tatli Tubs, Water Coolers iV let; Cream Freezers.
.jM iit lor Ailiints A- Wectlako Oil. Oa.Milinc and (ins Moves. Detroit
Mii U'., iiiiiiiiiinii vjeci 1 'lows, Clulleil I'Iowm, Walking" ( 'ultivatnrs,
I oi n s.'.elleis. I lanrci.
CA.I UO, 111.
TKIiKIMK N K NO
a. t. wiiri'Loi'K.
f.. W. WII1TI.OUK,
CLOT I I IXG II Oh'SK.
(Successors to (ioldstine & Kosen water )
lAVgii ami complete stuck of (rents' Fiiriiisliini; (ioods,
Hats, Caps, ic, iVe.
Ci t i i' ,
said his niuie a Sehwu'z. l'ut be is in
a safe place f i r the tune being, and it is
ju.-t pnf sible he ni ly be tlie means of bring
ing to !it;ht si nidliing in C'-iiti' ctinti with
the .Novelty stote burglary.
Matt Inscore s-;id in a speech at Carbon
dale some weeks hi;o. "if the ilciuiiui cle
ment will not vote the lie publican ticket
will out rewriting it with a pi ice on the
tickit, I i-ay let them L' and we will turn
sotiii'ivhere el.-c fur votes.' And Hartop, in
his Free I'rei-s of i i:e week au.'seci nd
iii:; the scntiiiiet.t ix;refsed by Inscore,
said, "We do not bi i'u ve in stepping aside
a hiiis breadth fnin jure I'.epublicau
principles to catch rilTratr votes."
It refills to US that these expressions
were not only unnae-sariiy haish, but
were entirely uncalled-for. The Free
l're-s intimates that, to n-co.di'zc the large
Oermari i: It iiieri t in the Ili-publican phrty,
by giving tin tn i ilicial r-pn-Si-ntati'iii in
the mivcinmciit tluy are taxed to suppoit,
w.iuld I)., "rt'-i pii.g a-ide ff in pine Ue
publicfin piiceiph-s." Yet -the pvty can
elect a ic-gro to joiside over it:. National
coiiVtiiii"ti, and it can enter Hit i all man
ner of i.i't'v'dicki.i in '1 by which the neio
element in the party, which contributes j
very little towards the ciipport of the gov- j
eminent, "recogn'.-d" in order that it
may be faithful to the pai ty ; and the Free
Pies" b'"i not discovered in these dicker
ings a "'a'epping aide fnun I i iiuhl icn D
principles to catch rili-mlT vntes."
We do not believe that the Germans who
have cast their h t with the Ii-publican
party have dune so fiom motives of per
sonal ur sectional yain, and that it is nec
essary to throw them 'sops'' of office in
order to hold them in the party. We be
lieve that, us a gf ni ral thing, Germans
who are llebul licans a;e so because they j
believe that party to represent a purer and
a freer government than the Democratic
party, thouh we could not for the world
tell why they should believe this. And
believing that our German Republican
friends are Itepublicans from principle,
we do not believe that any one pretend
ing to speak for them had any right to
say that they would "bolt" the Republican
ticket if they wen: nut given representa
tion upon it. Uut, though someone- did
take upon himself this great responsibil
ity, there was still no occasion for the rude
thrusts of M'. Inscore and the Free Pres.',
who may be regariL-d us representing the
true senlin ents of tl.e politicians of the
The occision lor these foolish remarks
was given in the Republican Congressional
Convention at Cuibniidale last June, when
the vote was about to be taken on the nom
inees for State Hoard of Equalization.
Among the nominees was Mr. 'John
St'ichr, a prominent German citizen (f
Randi lj h coiiniy. The gentleman who
noiiiiiiiited him, Mr. W. S. WhcBtley; of
Perry c iinty, intimated that the German
element in tho Republican party claimed
S"iue ncoeiiitioii by the convention, be
cause of its faithfulness to the party,
whereupon Mr. Inst ore, in seconding the
nomination to Joe. Ilartwell, used the lan
guage above quoted as coming from him.
Mr. Inspee was highly indignant that any
one should have iv n hinted at the idea of
recognizing the Urge numbtr of German
voters of the parly in tho convention, and
tho convention seemed to share his indig
nation; hr a time the old Know-Nothing
spirit stalked buld'y ab' ut in the conven
tion hall, and when the Vote was counted,
it was found that Mr. Stoehr was defeated,
while Joe Ilartwell, Mr. In-core's candi
date, was the victor, s-l cted to make the
race against our own Cap!. Thomas Wil
son. Now, we believe that Mr. Wheatley was
n it justified in even intimating that the
Germans of the party needed some sort of a
bribe to iuduce them to stand by the Re
publican ticket, but we believe also that
they will not force their company upon
anyone that doesn't want it; and it may be
that some of the "riff raff" will take the
hint e o boldly thrown out by these Repub
lican gcntl'tin n, and tind more congenial
coinpauioiiship in the oile r f &rty, the par
ty that has slwiys bet n the i.hsnipiori of
tho.v; threatened with oppressive leu'isla
tion, the anti Know-Nothine;, mti Prohibi
Cairo Public Librarv-Xotic
On and after Friday, Augut 1st, the Li
brary will I e open i vi-ry oi'eriioop, Sunday
rxci'i te 1, from three to six o'ebfk, al.ni
Mondav, Wedius I iy and Friday evetiinga
from seven to ni n--.
The K' a lnif,' 1!" -in wd h open in a few
dai , f T' II. 'I a. III. to !) p. in., dally.
L. L. PowKi.t., Lib.
Mr. Jain 's Culleii, known as "the
Iri.-di Ambassador," who.-e drinking
e-tabli-hmi n The Shamrock," near
the F.'vm'c Palace, in the Rue D.iras is
i one of the Iri.-h curiosities of Pari-, is
a sturdy Wicklow man. His bar to
noted for being the rendezvous of Irijh-,
men, w ho make sterling samii) speeches
and sing good Irish boii.s. Politics 1n
prose are forbidden on the premises,
but mi Irishman may bo as rebellious
in song as he pleases.
Notice in thi column a rue linen or let- ;.- cents
otielnnertion or $1 .on n r week.
L'OK SAI.K - l'wo di'dmli o kit on i") h Street,
t'ouiiiii! Divi-ion. A p ly to Jno. A I'onre.
A VA NTH' t) - liny In iwi'. n 1" anil 17 year of ni,'(
' piitinfiiftoiy refercLca required, i.t t'liiciijjo
ri'O TEACHEIIS.-Tho Ifannti il Teacliurn" hull
tato of Aiexiin vr Coiliity will ennvenu at tho
IliKh School bulldit c in (,'airo, ou Monday, Sept.
li. Rt 8 I'. M.. inn! continue oiik week, ft will he
comliutcil hv Prof. Kudcr, of Normal. The Statu
Snpt. will adiln.' the tuachurs within the week.
Tuition freu to all who he puld the examination
fee a n quired hy luw. All who i Xpert to teach
in this county the cuuin? fall and winter, are re
qiiceted to altuml. .Mr9. I-. O. (HlillS.
Co. Supt. SchooU.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I wonld respectfully nnnounci) to tho cltljiens of
Cairo, tnar l tiavo opened nnu am carrytne on a
nrm ciio-h laiinurr in the rear oi winter lilock,
on .Seventh Street, where 1 nm nr.innred tndoall
kind of work In niv line in a auuerior and work-
niatiflilp tlo, dejying competition and at
reiii.or.iiiile llKiiri'. All work iruarauteid, and
prom lit i iiyniciit If any good urn lot.
N. II - Kiitranre to laundry, tliroiluh the private
entrance to the Winter's Ltlock. 7 -Hl-tJin
leave Cairo at 2P !., Sutidny, Ani?nt 3rd, and
will remain at Mound City threo or four hour,
givlnR all who wla an opportunity lo vllt the Na
Jfiira lor llin ltovtind Trip, iii"ci.
ChlUlifii, l'ri'0. r.
llilnti your children ont for an alrinir; wheel your
lialiy Iiul'kIv nboaid, and enjoy a pkaant afier.