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Till: DAILY 0A1KO tUJLLUTiN; SUNDAY MOliNliNG, AUGUST a, 1884.
What tho St. Lou Id Boar SiUoous
Food Tlioir Customers
The Dainty Morsel the Lunch Grab
ber Bolts When He Thinks He is
Getting Something Free.
Dead and Retting Carcasses Made Up
Into Sausages the Wiencr-Wust
in the Business.
Sr. Lous Mo., August -. "The dead
animal ordinance at present allows any
I ody to remove carcasses," replied Mr.
Mo in to the question of a reporter this
morning. "It Is uot fair to the con
tractor, who pays for the privilege, and
my Idea was to make persons who want
to take away dead au'unals explain llrst
their object to the Health Commission
er." "Who uses the meat fur sausages, as
you alleged lust night in the asseuiMy'r"
"I uuciefstaud that whenever dead cat
tie arrive at the stock yards they are
I'ougat by men stationed there lor this
purpose; their hides stripped aud the
limb, sonic of it from animals which
lIi:i HAYS HKKf.KK,
so'.d to saloous, which have it made'ltito
sausages for free lunches, aud Wiener
wurst men, who sell the dainty food
around base-ball games, in the parks
and on the street.. How near the point
of decomposition those sausage-makers
ailow the meat to be before they refuse
to buy it I don't know. I haven't heard
that anybody uses the bodies of dead
draught animals for sausage, but per
haps," and Mr. ISiev-iu's pau.-e was
Juhn Woliiuger, the grain and commis
sion merchant, who has an intimate ac
quaintance with stock-yard matters,
laughed when the subject was broached
to him: "Sausaijer Yes, and every
other kind of table meat," he said ,"is
made from anuimals which have died,
and is peddled in St. Louis. I haven't
watched the thing lately, but I used to
know an Irishman at Koek Springs, w ho
carted away live or six carcasses every
day and sold their meal. I knew a Colum
bus avenue saloon keeper, too, who set
out lunches for his customers of sausage
made from this meat, lie
mik. a rmm ni:
und is retired now, but the business still
goes on. (.if course the large eau-jgo
factories can't afford to use such refuse
meat for fear of their employes, but the
hoodlums aud other unprincipled peopir
haul the animals down in some cellar,
make sausages and steaks and then sei.d
out their agents to sell the meat for cheap
lunches on tho streets and to cheap
restaurants and saloons. If well cooked,
people can t tell the iliHerence.
Good Intentions Don't Pay Debts.
Cincinnati, O., August'-'. Archbishop
Klder has written a letter to the ch.rgy
and laity of the archdiocese of Cincin
nati, In which he gives his reasons for
not Inaugurating active measures for liqui
dating the enormous indebtedness of the
late Archbishop l'urceil. He says: "I
have repeatedly consulted person- whose
learning, .integrity and dtiieaey of con
science gave me assurance that I might
rely upon their judgment. I have not
found one who would advise that I had a
right to declare this a diocesan
debt. 1 have no right to be
magnanimous in Imposing obligations
on other persons. 1 have always ex-
I OKKKJX X12WS.
Lomiu.v, .Uigust '2. A Poo Chow dis
patch says the situation Is unchanged,
with the exception that tho panic which
has prevailed during the past few days
seems to tie abating. Although the
French men-of-war lying off the port are
cleared fur action, the opinion prevails
that hostilities will be averted, and that
negotiations between M. l'atcnotrc,
French Minister to China, and the Vice
roy of Nankin, which have been proceed
iug for several days at Shanghai, will bo
concluded satisfactorily to both doveru
ments. SIAM.KY AT OSTKXD.
Lu.nhu.n, August 1'. Heury M. btauley
has arrived at Osteud, where he has been
warmly w elcomed by Klug Leopold, of
Belgium, and the directors of the Inter
A l OKlUXfJoN.
Charles Mauby, a distinguished en
gineer, Is dead.
The Captain of the war ship Defense,
which collide'd with the Valiant, was dis
missed from command of the ship, aud
not from the service, as stated.
A report published in the London
Tinas this moruing to the effect that
Trance and China had accepted au offer
of arbitration ou part of the United
States, Is otlicially denied this afternoon.
P.u;is, August l otriciul reports from
Infected districts show a decrease in the
number of deaths from cholera at Mar
seilles, eight being reported duriug the
night; aud an increase at Toulon, where
four were reported last night.
Can't Pay the Interest.
Nkw Ui:i.ka.ns, L., August The
State has failed to pay the interest duo
on the February bouds, about $ 10,000,
principal aud interest. These bonds are
payable out of the collection of back
taxes. No money or credit to tlds luud
is uow iu the hands of the il-eal agent.-.
After Four Weeks of Balloting.
Ki:!K, Pa., August -. After nearly
four weeks of balloting, the Kepubdeau
Congressional struggle ended la-t night
by the nomination of C. W. Mackey,
Vcnaugo County's candidate. The tight
was to hot this afternoon that it was
moved to dissolve tho couveutl jii and let
the State Central Committee make the
Bsss and Teenier.
New YoiiK, Augu-t H. lloss and Teeni
er will row a three-mile sculling race for
$1,000 a side over the Oa Point course
to-day." Both meu are iu good condition
and coulldeut. Teenier has Improved
since his arrival, aud Kos looks iu better
condition than ever before, and quietly
says he will win if he can. P.ai.-ted, who
is constantly with him, declares that It
will be the best race ever rowed.
Grain and Prov;sion3.
PATCItliAY. August 2. is-1.
Pottos steely; m'tldiinu. '',.
Flouk Stoa ly: XXA to ctioieu. t.yj..t.L'O:
W iihAT Striul,-; So. 2 UM. MMVe for
new; So. 3 Iteil, new, '.ssie.
Cons- l.owr: So. 2 miied. JVW-e; No.
2 white mixed. .1 :.V.i';e.
Oats-I o v-r: So. i i.T'J'l.'-c-.
ItVK .Nominal: So. Ii. Mc
J'ollAi'eo 1- ;nn: liu: enmrnnn to fhnirn
i..iW.'; leaf; common n-1 jt-tf. 7.iJ
medium to eooo fi UV'jlT.'iO.
iiai j'nurit fiMrM i u,r prime loluney
in w; clover lui.x. 'l. tor rotmnon i.j
prune: old timouiv, !l.i.f.r-ll'..tiC r..r onme to
-(.'lit i-liff;" ehoiee new, Jll.i i412.ju.
lll'TTKU Firmer : enoieeio liinev rrentnerv
-i:ic: dairy, choice1 lo luuey, IViiUo; low
hinis-liullK sn.Ue'l, Hi ,c; -tiiiii rs' murks
( - o'-'o.
Potatoes Dull, nt -.lii',:r,e i erl.iishei.
J'oiik guiit; new mea. m."ni'tl;.7r.
1. Alio Steady: prime steam. i iv.
llAe.!f bollir. '.'':(',(;; niurlS, tl iWittt
After August 5ii to regular sublet ioetu
who aru uot in arrears, Thk Iii i.i.imx will
FUH JO CENTS l'KU WF.CK,
Payable weekly, or 5 wekks tor One Dollar.
No lediicliou for payment in advance, but
if subscribers picfer to pay yearly or lit'.f
yearly in advance, they can do so without
The IU M.1.TIN wi,l contain ai.i. lite -cal
news without fear i r favor, and six col
uinns of telegraph news 12 hours in :n!
vaiice of il.e St. Louis morning papi rs.
'iEXWIAL LOCAL ITKMS
The Great Summer Blearing Sale!
Popular Reliable Cash
DRV GOODS HOUSK
JI;i : liecn a decMetl success, yet a great many Odds and Ends
r inain and must be closed out rcgdi'dlcss of value.
We shall devote the next two weeks t ) the cleaning up
proems, and the greatest bargains o the Season can now be
had. Every inch of spice is neeosui v for fall business t.
I iieiiuire space is, therefore, our object! -
I j utiii kmis mi) lis win liiiii litis a rare oppoitiuiity to se
iciiiv desirable goods at the lowest prices over ollernl
e win oner Jionuay morning an entirelv new line of
g;iinient is now more i: demand than evei-. and in- ndviv.
It will pay to fomu to our Jiargain Feast.
(J HAS. R. STUAKT.
ht)Miiiic(l Hcrlin and Agnt(? Wait.1,
in .iHimhtiesMu... Y.t an. wui, un. v j (i., jjjj .j-,, Water Coolers tV Ice Cream Freezers.
lpleii cbet-k, are oll.'inJe.l it liny c n:.ot I , ' ,. , ,
, r , ., I AiT' iit lor Ailiuns i Wcstlake Oil. (tasolinc utiil (hh Mown, I' Imit
u it helorvit ren. I.e.-its owmi. O , re- afl. f I a 1 1 1 1 1) Stc.-l IMows. C'liillf.l I'loWs, Wulkllljf Cultivators,
( oin Meliu s. Planters. 1 1
Nos. 27 &
when bo returned Mr. llobinsmi vu8 unr.p
with Ihe shoes. The alarm was. oiven ami
(illieer Puiui en nit' to the icse'iie, cajiiuiii
the thief afler a l uiji ami lively clmse.
near Si. Mhij's I'ark. Oeinn examii.ei!
before Justice It iliinsoii, the in-yr "
held lo bull in the Mini of $"i0, lo slum!
lial for hiiccliy nt the next teim nt ihe
Ml'. )'AelSilll, nielli df llle I'iiC lie
Kxprcs t'oinpany here, has been, by lii
reiUest, transftrred to Parxnis, Kanas
where In- will tike chari;i; of t !. ;aine
cinpnny'b ollice. Ilisieiison f r iloirin
a ciani;e was that there v;is so mm h
ni'lit w.'ik in the Cairo nlliee, which he
fouiul liarJ to hi iml. lie h .s bcii wiMi
us f r over two years, ami is em ral y
he'.il in hit; li es eeiu by our citizens.
ui.l be MkTci'i"'! I'V Mr. Jim. I',.r.'i i, i
St. L 'ii;s, who airivi il y e-ii rifty.
T'u 10 'ire liuw e'tven reuUrly liuini! -
pue,.,,, ueKeis ,., i',o, m. i U(li(S .JeMS a; lower prices tliaa ever "ihis vomUv
lie u !' nj unui T. l.uiK r s n an" ippi ii s on ; . . . ' 1 i J . im 'Mll(tI
two of thelll. They lire ihe Dellh el i'ie.
Ki'l'Ul lie in. prol.ll'iiioli, leeiie p; ! tion,
Ameiiciii irnhihiti.ii, iia'i"!':il el.risti ie, i
aliti-lle'lli l-i'ly, ii. il Orel lib. lek labor. ' '"'
ll'tllies of tl e ll 'lnilielS for I'l e-i.b lit fi :he ;
o:,'icl' niliiei are: dri ver Cleve'.na.'. !
J lines 1 1. Illaiiit', John P. S!. John, S mint I I
C'. 1'i'ineii'V, Joiiatiian 15'am Ii tp!, :iinl li'ii
j uhin F. IliKl'-r. j
TltE IU li ki in has a lii-r-r I i of
regular, persistent ln.rroweis-.1. wi.iiht
r.uir. ii'.ees lo the patrons of the pupcr I
t':;au any other liewspajer in the el j
S'. ati s; his 1 most of thc-y b. rro,er are j
pe. p'e Kliiin htntly Mble 1 1 t ike ami p iy for '
th- pip.-r but '.vo:it, so:iu b x ills ! they an? j
i u' !'!!:; a iitvince, I'thers from ure nr.- I
a lu'.ti r itcl nieamss, anil a small t ' i m
pi nt. mill sub.- ribi'
Kiui'.e (limn z, the Spanish barln r on
Eiuhtli .-tret t, rM.-e'l the iltul iii the ib in- j
iei'.e of a urea', bi', f'it ner' sson Comiiier-
ci.ii avenue 1 i!e Friiiuy niiji!. He di.-.ap-j
pr. ve i oi some imnus tiie wcm ni nil ni
or (io:.e ami procee ieii to choke ami beat
li r. Tin woman yelled 'munlir " he- irii
iy, which br ii'.t a (lock of women to 'lie
rescue, who j 'iiied in the crie. G 'li.tz,
snii'4 tint iliin-s were t;et!i;g P'etty
W.irili, let e,i i n the w man, Vid ll'tre i't i
t i back renin. S i 1 ij lent!) he ui ar
rented I'V on: of tie i.eoio cmislvjl' s
Jin'. Si'ii-s, but there was no record of hi
cis.' in either nf lie cm.rts ye:-terday .
-The "M'jor wn-on cori.pa.y'MCioro i A larg. and complete stock of (ieiits' Fitmishiiig (ioods,
has Im en ir.Cntp'ira'i' I uri h r the ttat - l .w,
with John Major, Iler.ry Wells and W. L.
Bristol as incorporators Tie; stock is de
villed iuto one hundred .-hares of f 100 ea .li.
Capital 110,000. The si n k is beitiir t -ken
rapidly in lots of one M five shar-s. It is an
enterprise fiat .h-.-eivcs eric luriem. ;it.
It will brin busim-sj and money to C-.iro
--First arrival Fre.-li ijsters Ht Joe
Tlie Annual Tend ers InMitute, wi .1
meet in the Hih Scho d buddiiii; thisi It; ,
Monday, Sept 1.
Wharf Master Oeoroe Poor, who has
been down withchoUra morbus for s. .-v ral
days, was able to be about ai;ii;n yeu r!v
First nrriv il -Fnsli oystirs nt Ji e
-- Miss Mereedi'i Vii.ceut is cleik in 'h"
Pari tie Expros company's ollice, and M;.'
Minnie Vu.ent is in chari,'" of th ; del very
bu.-iiiess at liiht.
A new front and a new awnim;, a coat i r
two of paint and uttrac'iv.' sions, wll! be
ain.-ii the iniiioveineiits to be made mi ti e
Iteia-er I uildin, cornerof Eiohth and cou.
nieteiul, before M iss.s. Fry it I S;in:i:i
move !:;to it.
TiiK BfLl.ETlX Wos yesterday f.ivirel
wiih a pleasant call from E iitor Ilode, el
th" (j.'lcond i Herald, one of the livelie.-t
weekly papeis on tho Ohio rive r. II.
jessed t L r -n l; 5i Dixon Springs Friday, and
rejicrt- things boi'ining there.
Mr. George Iteti.iricks, the carpenter,
has the new scbool house on Fourteenth
fcticet nearly up. The sides aie fill up, a:rl
are b ino weather-boarded, and the nn f
is ready to be shingle, i. It will be pa.!
t'.r U:e at the next term of the school.
Mr. Will. Stea'aU nf SteaaU Uro?.,
requests us to deny that he is married. The
youno lady mentioned m connection with
his name by the Artrus is a fiction, and iioLe
that isn't has yet sueeeede. i in capturing
the young man. Mr. Sieaoali is still ia
Shade trees pUnted at rcgul ir distances
on tidier side of Washington Avenue, from
Fourth to Ta 'n'.ieth Streets, wouhlbe a de
sirable improvement n'w. The work should
be .'ore under the direction of the Street
I ' h i.iiiirn.ki.ir
committee and the epecies of trees to be I ai I we commend it to ljii,-:re.-s men get-et- . f
I L',ll.,,U.:n...ll.lo.iliO',1i,n. ., i, T, Tai .r low ..i.n iu. tS tl,.. m ' ' ' " ' ' ' '
I tc, Etc
ca:i i i o, in.
Ii. T. WI1ITLOCK.
.M ;m:i Vtt-r.
C I.OT I I I N G I I O US Ii!.
iSueocs.so:?, to (toldstint' i I'lOS'-'iiwatcr.;
Hats. Caps, Ac., Vc.
peeted to apply myself to the work of
collectlus w hat 1 can lor the creditors, but I ck hi ribs,
In my iuUmnent the circumstances make 1 wool 'J iio-wmhei
it advisable to delay."
ehoieo. '"ir-: fnir.
T,i';:; iltiiify ami lo Z-:T.. t'liwuslii'.!--
ti. uv.i.i,,,,. v.n i. ...... ..,(,.,. ..... ; "-"im, wiiira(i mt-'iium
I Ui.i.n uuuii; in iuu I KiUK'! M' I'Mi-i iirtit t ni. I". Al l..- ,-.1 u.-
mlil.l III l)l mi.O n..l.,ln ..I Olnll,,...c;ir..: 1 ..... ... f... I ... .
v..t v. iiiv.-v u....'jj i iui. Mi 'USU Jl 1, I ..-v...., ..': f ii.'.i. I'H. , riJIUIIillif,
particuiariv tue Mck. wtien all has been V " eomonip, mw raji s. i..i:
Ir.nn tl..it t.i..-c I.I.. .-II . I. I . "
" " ' , . .. ; . ." ' J ;: ouiis or n-'S. l.)e; ilry eun; 1.
proposes 10 appeal 10 ail me irieuo.s laai J2e: dry s.utwt. nannel. lie: ki! mil
can be reached. eair, saitel. e; ua-iuure'l. 4; liin.sanl
HiU'S, Ci'e; irrueit, nuearel, ,ir, iluma'el,
Tl .. .1 . 1 . I "
"iMvnwi iu ue uown. mikkp I'ki.ts Weak; trre-n. T0H)e: lrr
Van IJciiKN, Tj:.., August 2. About ""-f'l-j'Jc-. to ;''ui m I luaiityor woji;
11 t I r;; ;."' '.'" 'J'J. .''J....I. niiUJ
iiiij iijiutue juuiaus are eainpea on a turns, mxm
ranch belone;iugto A. Ii. Cox., seven miles
from this station, and fifteen miles Iroiu
Sierra Blanca. These Indians broke from
their reservation at Ft. Stanton, and are
on the war-path, stealing and killing eat
tie and horses. Kerious trouble Is spore
bended. At eleven last nluht C'a;tain
McMurray and a Company of State
rangers left Murpbysville lor this place
oy spccrai train over tne lexas, Paclilc
it is probable the troops from Ft. Davis
will be ordered iu pursit.
WIIKAT Iiou-er: No. 2 lOil. Ain.
u-L.'.4tc; .-N'tnetniier, HiV: Dftoncr, t'T'.i
MiveinlMT. I'fiS; Ix-ei'inlier, f l.fti ,.
i ok N Lower ; Auiu, t; I -; lc,ii.iiilier.
in 'm-; i v:hiiiit, ii.;-u; ..ovi iniiiT, i.:e.
TS Me;uly; Aumist, ."M-.e; S ntumhi r.
0.1 ,(; ' leioner, .te; .xn erneer, :;i ,.
Ho A ;o.
Ts Bo Suitably Interred.
Dr.i.i'iii, I.si)., August 2. The remains
of Whistler, a victim of the (irecly expe
dition, will arrive here lor burial about
August 10. He was born In this county,
aud until he had reached maturity worked
on his father's; farm. He then went West
and, after a short residence la Nebraska,
w iikat Wi-io.i r; AlU'tnt, M'-.e; x i.tenilx r,
n... v, "ii..'ii.Tt "i-r; ,o viirnr.
I oliN l.owfri AnifiiKt, .'kl e; .--it.-;nl r,
,r. I'.e; lietol.er. rct-, Novcnlier, It .c; ,r,
n-i i . ..i i , i i i,i.
Hats l.ioier; Ae'U
'-c; jeiir. 'i".ie.
1'oHK Soaly; yeitr,
I.AKIi-I.OHii-; Ailw-l, f,
l.er, f :.ii''r..t!', ; UcioImt,
.-iioier iun-Aiii.m-1, t-. i- S. ji t o :n In r.
4.1.2, .'I. I'll n J, f I ..
-Eveiybo.ly will i to M'-utid City this
at'a-rnnon, m ti.e new terry l.'ont 1 hreo
Sta'ea. r. wi.l lie u j l.risent trip, both o-i
the bna: und at the city f.f M-.unds. Am
ple tini'' win he a.VLii ". visit ii, e cuneti'ry
and, the b at bi-in,' ore; of t'ie b"st rur.neis
i:i the harbor, the party will be returned in
pec:a! 1 eals ir I;. ay bo s o n that
V- C. M ! .... tl,.. ft-,! ti,
sion merchant, has .. d 1 f '.t !.:- bu-ii.i to
r T .11 ..1. t. r.r
n:s .-'Ti, i.. I.. .11 i' l:, h i .ir. j;. ij. KUCK-
et, a yout.o rnan fr.'in K .-rj ij kv. If busi
ness experience and i-rji-ra! ml judij
lm;:.t can Cimm ill I m.' (;-. J,i; r.rj A'
!i:m will prosper, Ha they di -'.-ve to do.
Tlie superiliteieb iit nftl,.; ilaltiinore arei
Ol.io telegraph com; f::.y -, jri t;j(. c;tv
We inenlay, taking a I 1; '-.t
the coinp iny here. Ti - j.r-
tlie Te.x is mi I St. Ln', ra.ln
bull iiiiLr, is but ti n.por a:y, i
energetic of our busine- men for mi.uy
years and has suecee ie 1 in buildine; up an
he iill'iirs of
i.t otlii.e in
. I company's
' ol j-ct bt-
T'ie; Se,tf:,ib T,
ino to remove it to s ,iu
venient to the liu-im -1
Live Stock Miirite'.s.
llor,s-l(e-e i,t. f,fn; niirtv u I, v.- hi .1 -,n
:o.wr: JWit. . m ";.4H; roii.-h ,n r-U i r i w.
i,.....,.i .1... n i;..,.,i .i. ' '"1'i'ioK.
t UWt VU bJJW UlUIJi V JUIIICU liiTi v I CllU I ' W
party irom a ion in tne west, ins pa- . . ,?' " u ' , ' Slr :'v ev,ori.
rents and family reside here, aud ar
ranp'tneuls are being made to give him a
burial In accordance with the circum-
Rtauccs oi his death.
Murdered by Justice.
l'or.TLAMi, Ohk., August 2. There in
much excitement ut Grant's Pass, Ore.,
over the fatal shooting, In a drunken
quarrel, of a son of I'mpqua Joe, uu
Indian chlivf, by (Jeorge Justice, an old
citUen. Justice was the aggressor. He
is in custody. I lie lather of the mur
dered ludlan Is a verv old readmit of
L'mpitia Valley, wid rendered Important
services 10 im; car,y unite settlers In
nines 01 war oud peace.
',.i.r,,-i, uiiii.i io f-iinitv, :.':". l: co Mi
llion I lIHir, 4 lilt.f...,0
,-nt.t.l itf-fii.tn, -ti-ir v: i in, .ii i.i
enoiee, I. u.
i A III. t. I ll'leiliei'l ; l.tlill i. lite.
!.'' : fan" to to ni nut ve -li.pi'im' i.".,.' a.i)
".) mi; il.'lil l II i ll" re H.i:l; -My k'TH.
Slll.l.e- l ie II Ii il; I'Iiminu n Ir.
W.llV.iaSV: ir. I to cVilee, .J..Vi , l.'i",;
i a'.iJI.I.'i ; l.nnl.-, 1 1 1 1 1 : i i i . ti tn in in. i.
lo(;s-M.it'',et Mriely: tyenl !, jn (,,ubiil''' Up a v.i gar. t' --mol.
;.''; mi -o n
ic of the citv.
A man rained Jno. T. Iahs wa! sent
to St. Mury's Irilinnury yc-i. r !Hy I,.. (:t,i(.f
Hearden. He w cs rick and 'Aidcut means
to provide him -elf with needed care or place
to stay. He came here tri rn .Vex Orleans
about two weeks no and wi, ut woik m
tlm abash d.rt tuiii !or inedivs: He
hi i;o re! ttives in tl.;. soetj. n f country.
The weed in gettin;,' r..,:.,oa;tion at la.it.
A London anth .n'y ns t tie; people, in
ca.e cholera coinei u;ion then.: '-put your
tnittin Providence; i-i.c.-jur-ige the smoking
of tolM.co idurii." the (.!;'.;. ra outbreak of
1fc.'J2 od a H.nyle I.on lot. t'djaccofdst died
of the malady,)." It ha- n'-., bi i:n noted in
America th .Uholi ra
AKWi'oirr, II. I., August 2. James (dor-
don Lcnuctt arrived here atOn'JOtJils
morning Irom Kuropton his three-masted
Iron stam yacht hemcona. He will
leave lor .New London this afternoon, re-
turning lo Newport lu a few days to
Broke His Neok.
Nkw York, August 2. Policeman. Ku
fn C. Brlgns, while goIUR down the stair
way leading from the deck to the bollcr
raom of the ferrjr-bost this moruing,
tfpped and fell, breaking his neck and
RAV"SS ( irv.
I AiTl.K-St. a -ly in a nunc i.i tlve; n.itlye
n'c r, i,..-ii io i..u i.ooipM hv."ii.'(i,
ti..i'OJi.:i; mi, .u in i,io. 1,.,1n. r, uvfr.iirn.
?: st lekei-s nti'l ei..lor. .ar.i
i on s. :..iiii.,vi; linis 1 1 me. o.i m hiioiii.'er
ut 1 i j.:;. pi"; rcecli.u, ..-. h
II.K1S Kei-fll, IB. (ill, i; Wink Ull'IVt)
s nev r hi reeded
Cpt. il,oi;,ai i r.-.t iii II, e dli-tiict,
IF: is ht Wa-hing'i.r, ), i.-llii.; out pub
lie d ciuii 'i.ts to l.ii frieieii at home ('.f
wlc m, evidently, hi: doe, n ,t fonnider us
one;. He did not th' rermi , meet Mr. Al
bright at New Ililinside jes'ei It.y in a
i'.!j'.ylY,r,,: V16-V,"i . inl-l, joiiiUdisrtli-iot', m hal been advertised l
SiiKt.l' -ltece iiW. H0 lieuil; t" -o I 1H he there. H'i will be at hotll" in about a week
fea.ly; fil i o ill-IB avenifc colli lit ,:. . .. ... .
aii'j nu n uiiiinn i'iii.ui in on in': nepuoiic-
Money and Stock Mat-hot. an side will begin to warm Up a bit.
Nkw Viikk, Aiipiit it. Mnne. ..;i nr ...
pert.; c xelianiff it'L; iroldilill lnitFlciuly; - - i t MeT'lay Inorillig a ton of Mr. It.
ft A. M t.; 4'k, eonpoim. In', lud: 4-.'c ilo .. . 11 r .
Il:.",l..l. TlirhttM-k n.uru.t..-i,..i,vf',t' ,; Fitzgerald was hitt ing in front of the na-
ny,Z,ri"; I.m ! ,,1,,'n a
ji.-rreiu.; i.ui on tne mm in'i Witern I iiion negro man num-il lloiiitiBon walked
ati.l I'neille MmI wr.' b,ta bid ii,, , lli , ., . , . ... . ,
'"'im' ni i ii im x i niiiir rim H huji I I "I ''' 1 n ' "ni i ttiniiiwiir i,
uiivHtini) nu.icr Hit- ji-Hiii-ri-hin ffCrVif- uriitf f''r,'J tf Mn lH-f pi-n 1 1 y u i:HtoiiiT
Zt:Uln,;lXy! went into a saloon, and young "Fit." left
imr me run i it Pica ty. i ... morro to wait oi) tin; man irisn c. and
industry of con-idcrable inagnitude in i ur
midst. The wagons maniit'ictnre'l by Mr.
Mi-j r have a"aim.' i a reputation thit i not
cor.liiK'd to any section of .-tat..-, and it may
be stfely expeete 1 that henceforth the trade
will be ma le to a-sume a ttill v. ider id pe
and that the rapidly increasing deinan I !'-r
"The Maj r Wngun Company's" mmufuct
uie will steadily grow. The company i,a
strong one and will succeed in i-tublishing
firmly hinonf us an in.-titntioii th-tt will add
to the wealth und commercial strength of
The Hoard of Health has dlsmis.-e I
the several ward officers, believing that all
the woik necessary to In done in order to
place the city in a good sanitary condition,
. , , i .1 .i .1 i..
, I i:as citiier necn none, or nai oeeu nrougin
th the notice of Chief Heatlh Otlieer Shutt
er, who is puir-uir.g those responsible for
the evils with much perseverance. It is
probable that all the worC places in the
city have been discovered iitid corn cted,
and thai there is not much uncieaiiliimt-s
noticeable on the mrface of the ground.
Hut the ward oiliecis made their rounds
mostly during the day, when the heat of
the tun and other influences tended to nul
lify bad smells nrising from places the sr.r
ieary condition of which might seem good
to the sieht. It would be a good idea,
therefore, to look for s"ine of these places
at nigld, when Urn bent that penetrated the
earth dcring the dav rises ai d Mils the air
with whatever dicey ing matter may be in
the earih. In 'bis way it is iiKeiy mat noi
a few places that in ti e day time give
foith no evidence of being foul and emit
ting disease brei du g stench, would he
discovered. The i.o-e would have to be
depeded upon in the setvich for such
places, and it culd bu depended upon
with safety -niiiir it Were iillllcted with a
b id c .se of catarih.-Hut this will doubt
Irm all be attended to now. Officer SI ut
ter bus things well in hand, and he can
and dm s wall h things closely and is nl
wo.ys "on the go."
did ii"t m .' 'tii .-:.l.ut Mr. Albriglt was
J on I ,.n 1, i, ml -p r H" ''''"r '' 11
! h 'loing I. is a'ellei'Ce pel. boUi; I. Hon.
j l iii'inis W:ls m, IKim-cl a'ie notn'l.rrj nt
ii-Liet foi ;-t .te Hoard
i wed Mr. Aibi :ght in a
s'.oit cci.vlneiug -;'eech.
'I h:s pia.'t: will ive Ad.ris.dit and Wil
s a bu.'.. majerity. The w.. rkitimcn
and mil eis irj unanimous f..r Albright,
and the tct that Wil-w., while a fornu-r
member of the "-taie H eir I, rediu ed the as
sesstnelit of i.his (Jodi:i-on) c i'lti'y,wl give
him many H-publicm .iti.
(.'apt. Shields th- Pr-hioii'ot.is', will
lecture at th" M. Iv ( Irirch P '--light. He
pr.'dict- the election of IlaTi.-HI for ti"V
erte r, f r the ieaon that the II -publican
party has p',He 1 a dual I hypocritical
part prole-fing to le Jh.r tomperaiice
while noininiiting a whisky bloat for Gov
ernor. The people, regal ile.-s of party
name, are tired nf th- unlulfiled promises
of the K'-pub.icir.i party.
(J.ipt.Tliom is has spent six years in C'en
(jress lit drawn thii ty tie u-and do'diirs'
j.nlar, yet has not d' lie a single thing
that benefits the 20th Di-trict. He must
go, and Albright, who while in the I.egis-
A (Jraml Rally.
Nkw P.uknsioi;, Iu., Aug. 2, 1833.
A political meeting was held in the
grove rear here to-day, Hon'. l' E. Al
biight and .Mm It. '1 lionm, opposing enn
.lidates for ('ingles, were invited and
billed for a joint discussion. Over three
thousand Democrats, Kepublicuiis nml
(Jreciibackers were prcmnt. dipt. Thomas
Htii'i! showed himself the tntnd ol Ihe
fanner, labmer an i miner, wi.l succeed
him. H. M.
A spotted sky covered this weather dis
trict yesterday afternoon. llaromeler
stood below 110 in the northwest and noih;
thermometer between 50 and 90. The 50
was at P.isnnrck, it had fallen 10 degrees
during the twenty-four hours ending at 2
o'clock yesterday. Pain was reported as
follows: Uismarck, .07; St. Paul, .03; La
Crosse, .79; Vicksburg, .29; New Orleans,
The I'li.i.ktin' thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
It is dilfieul' to imagine a imue exuuislte
n tineiiieiit of pain than that which fulls to
the lot of the rhi urnattc. His days ure de
void ni pleasure and his i.ighu are robbed
i f Nature's seet restorer, bmy slesp. To
II such the atimiuiicn.cttt of a new and
efficacious specific conies as a b .on not to
be pri.eij too highly. A!h!"phoros never
fail". It has been tried and not found
wanting. W. C. Field, of 12l!2 Cedar Ave
nue, Cl. velatid, ()., alt r f.tteen yers ol
constant fullering tried it, and at one"
f und relief. Gratefully he writes : "I rcc
oineml it to anyone sutTcring with rheuma
tism fr neuralgia. 1 1 rennot lie recommen
ded too highly.
Notice" In th! rol'imn uiree ltuen or lee vol M
oneiti-eriion ur $1 .no J.r week.
I, 'ni! SVI.K - Two di-im'.'iH (,: mi 'J.'.-h tstreet,
C'jinii;ei. li.vi-ion. Apj'lv t.i.J;.i. A I'uore.
'I'O TE M'l'KI'.S. - Tin; tfaiunial Tearliers- lueti
t;.ie of Ale-.an wr I'ountv will -uiivune at tho
llillh M lmol buiidli.L In I aim. i n .Mniiday, Sept
l"'. Ht 11 I'. M.. am! riiutimie one week. It will lie
roi.iliicteil l.v I'luf. Kinler, nf Nonnul. '1 lie Stale
supt : aililr'.'K Hie teach'-rn wHeiii tie. week.
Tmtlixi tree to all who li p .lil tlie iiamlliatlon
fee iih r. (julr. d l.v law All win) "Xii. e.t to tearli
in tliM n.imty the i inuiUi IhII and nter. are re
i Uleil to atleml. MrK. I. I'. OllillS,
Co. S;iit. slilioolii
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CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I wnntil rcp cifuliy ani:niinr to the rltizens of
Cuioi. thu I have ;. tied and bid carrying on a
liift i-lu-s lain.drv in il.e rear of Winter's Illock,
on Si vi .I'll S: r. et. where I am prpi.reil t.iloU
kiinUiif work in my line in nn erlur and work
inaiifhlp Ht.lu. del.iio: cnnipeiili.in and at
r.'ft'ot.aMe tlnre" . Ail work unarnUeiil, and
i. rotii lit pii tiifi.t if i l.v "eo.lii nr' loHt.
M A I i V IIKNNEI.V.
N. It Ki.tr.iuf to laundry. Ibrouiih the irlvate
entiaiice to the WinlerV lilo.-k. T it-ijm
O.N NKW KEURY-BOAT
Li'vc Cairo at 2 P M., Siu.d iy, AuituhI :lrd, and
will remain at Mo ind City three or four hours,
Eiving all ho wish an opportunity lo vlnit the Na
P':ir- lor t)i Uoiiiiul 'J'r:i, !."e.
llritns your cliiUlrcn oat for an airing: wheel your
lialiy bnL'Kles ahiiard, and enjoy a plcusant after-noun.
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at tin! FOLLOWING. PKICES:
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0 x il 1630. 2.fl0
7 x 2000 32.00
7 x 0 2250 .30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
These tanks are made of CI.EAIt CYPRKSS, IM
incbi'K tlilek, seciiruly hooped aud aro WATk'.t
TKUIT. Tluy aru
8htjieil whole nml are well briil
lo prevent their ln lii(r racked or broken Til haml
liiiR. Kelirimtra furnished lor
Tanks of any Hlzo.
A. JtlGGS Ac IlliUS.,
217 Dolord St., New Orleam, La,