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THE DAILY (JA1U0 HULLKTLN; WEDNESDAY MOKNLNlJ, AUGUST u, IS84.
aonrral PorHro Dins Wounded in
a Fight With General
Soiut'tbing New ia tbo Dynamite Liue Tor
the Scotland Yard Authorities
to Look After.
Eail Northbrook to Visit Egypt and Put
Hsr Finances on a Better
i;i:.vi:i:.m. vim wnsi'io.
Mu.vn.i:i:v, Mr.x., August 0. A dis
patch has bteu received Iit-rc that General
I'ortiro Diaz, President-elect of tbo Ko
public, in an altercation with General
Sactino K jtba was shot with a pistol.
Ilocha was immediately put in prison.
Diaz was doing well when last beard
London, August 5. The Scotland
Yard authorities profess to have trust
worthy intelligence from America to the
effect that a priest, who is an emissary of
the Vigilance Committee of the dvuu
miteis has left America for lingland. They
have been informed that the priest is
bald, has a fresh appearance, carries a
cane, wears an uuclerical suit of clotlus
and could easily pass as an ordinary geu
t. eman of means on a tour for his health.
The olllcials claim that the reverend gen
tleman is a bearer of
1M I'OKTANT IJCTTKIiS
to the dynamiters in Britaiu and that lie
is well s'upplied with money.
When asked for the name of the
steamer in which the aflegoU vigilant had
i mbarked they became very reticent, but
from instructions telegraphed to the po
lice at various ports of Great Uritalu to
look out for the clerical gentleman it is
evident their informant failed to add this
important link to bis other disclosures.
London, August 5 Cholera has ap
peared at Geneva, Turin and Genoa.
M.m:si:ii.i.i:s, August 5. There wore
only three deaths from cholera last night.
Fugitives are returning in large numbers,
and the city has assumed an active ap
pearance. lUl'.KY IN' SKCTIUTIKS.
London, August 5. In the House of
Lords this afternoon, Karl Granville an
nounced that Larl Northbrook, First
Lord of the Admiralty, would proceed to
F.gvpt forthwith and examine the llnau
eial condition of that country
with a view of putting it
on a better basis so as to meet the de
mand of its indebtedness. The announce
went created a ilurry in F.gyptian securi
ties. They advanced three percent. In a
few moment after the report reached
the Stock Exchange.
L'XITIM) IN' DHATII.
A Father Thrown From I i is Horse and
Dragged a Mile by thi
His Son, on Discovering tho Lifeless
and Mutilated Body, Blows His
Own Brains Out.
Litow nsvii.i.i:, Ti:x., July 5. Near
the llanchy Place yesterday, Louis Tro
vauo, a wea thy Mexican, while dis
mounting lrotu his horse, caught bis foot
In the stirrup. The horse became f light
ened and began plunging, and kicked
Trevano In the bead, rendering him
senseless. The animal then ran away,
dragging the prostrate man alon.: the
roadway for a mile. Tun lifeless
body ilually became disentangled,
while the horse went on home
ward. Trcvano's son, seeing the
riderless horse at the gate, mounted his
own horse and started to search for his
father. Coming upon the mangled body,
mutilated beyond recognition, except by
its clothing, younjj Trevano was so over
come that he shot himself ill the head.
The servants found the son in the last
agonies of death, iyiug beside bis fath
er's corpse fondly embracing it. The
father and son were ce.cbrated for their
horsemanship and owned valuable horses
at Lra.os de Santiago.
Two Families Rescued in au Exhausted
Nkw Yoiik, August 3. Much unead
ness in the neighborhood of the Bowery
and Hastir streets at two o'clockt his
morning because of a lire which had
broken out in the basement of the IknUi-y.
Yulkiu-U n, 111! J'owery, in th : heart ol
a collection of buildings of irregular and
hit! iiuiiuible construction. The proprie
tors' ul the place, Meyar and Kaiser
lived, with families, on the third
Hour. The stairs leading thereto run
through the concert hall. Tho smoke
Iroin the basement was so dense iu the
h ill and on the stairs that no one could
descend. Several persons appeared at
the windows and craned themselves out
as though measuring the distance to the
stieet tor a jump. Jiut the shouts
and reiiions: ranees of the liremeu
drove them bark. At last several police
men and citlens, going to the roof of the
l'ldihariiKfiiic, crossed the roof of the
Hotel Thalia and breaking tho skylight
deal ended and rescued In an exhausted
C'ind.tiou Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Mr. and
Mis. Jacob Kaiser and live children. The
firemen soon got the lire under control.
Loss about S-V."10.
A Southern Coal Poo!.
CiiATiAXooiiA, Tens., August 5. All
the leading coal operators in the South
met In this city yesterday todlscus3 the
advisability of forming a southern coal
pool. Every important mine In the
HlaU'U of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia,
uiid Georgia was represented. A com
lulttee of nine, with United States Seiu.
tor Jas. K. Brown, of the Dado coal
mines, us chairman, was appointed to
consider the feasibility of such a project
&,,d report to a subsequent mettiug, The
committee will moct Prlday. J be combl
nation will probably ie formed, and will
Hn the nrlce of coul for the entire south.
l'.i 1 TAI.O, N. V., August 5. Owing to
the condition of the track, caused by l ist
night's rain, it ha-i been decided to post
pone to-day's1 races until toiiioninv.
This includes Westniont's pa at attempt
to beat the record.
Nki.suxvh.i r, O., Auu'iHt 5. --Sum.; of
the strikers here are beiiiiininc to re -ort
to violence. A laro crowd ultacked one
of the bank bosses and Iked several .shots
without damage. Another boss was seri
General H. B. Johnson DiVKeed.
Jkkfki:so. City, Mo., August 5. A
Lcadvllle dNpateh announces that the wifij
of General II. 1J. Johnson yesterday won
ln. r divorce suit anaiust bim. Mrs. John
sou is to make her homo in Kansas City
with her parents.
Another Erakeman Kilted.
CiNf iNN.w t, )., August 3. This uior l
iug Charles Withrow, a brakeinan on the
Louisville & Nashville Railroad, under
took to jump from au engine while in
motion. He struck a gate-post and was
thrown under the wheels and Instantly
To be Tried in the District Courts.
Clinton, Ia., August 3. John l'liiffer
was convicted before a Justice of tho
Peace ill Muscatine County ol the illegal
sale ( f liipior, and sentenced to pay a line
of 7j and costs, and to stand committed
until the Hue was paid. J lie i risouor
was yesterday released by Judge Hayes,
w ho ilechh a that the Justice had no ju
risdiction; that, as the law provides pen
alties for the sale of liquor beyond the
statutary limit of lou line and thirty
days imprisonment imposed by Justices,
such olllcers can only act as committing
Magistrates. This decision, in effect,
takes all the liipior cases to the District
Courts of the Stale for trial on in hct
m cut. by Grand Juries.
Forjfod Vouchers Brintt a Well-Con
nected Yuuni? Min to Grief.
N tsiivn.i.i., Tens- , August 3.-For
some two (lays there have been nun rs
of some trouble iu the State Dcpaituieiit,
and it was developed ytsterday that John
If. Hyde, a clerk iu the Comptroller's
olllce, has been working a system of fruiu
for some time. Hyde would forge sigua
tures to vouchers and deposit them in
the bank, and when presented to tin:
Comptroller warrants would be issued
and collected. In.; sum obtained is
thought to b-.i about ijS-'.UoO. The deposits
at the bank would be drawn out bv the
porter of a gambling house. Hyde is iu
jail, lie is about twenty-six years old,
and is connected with a prominent lamily.
31 VKKIIT JJKl'OKTS.
Gruin and Provisions.
TUMSllAY, Aujfii.t j. isq.
( ottos Steady; nrilillinir. .u'j '.ii';-.
J'l.ocu Sternly: XX lo elioicir. f! KJ ! I.'.'O;
patent, ..: iw.".a)
W iikat-I Inner; No. 2 I1, HVis.VJi: for
new; No. i Keil, new, is i'n v;.
I ons - lli'jher; No.S imxet, -t', !l .', No,
2 wliilu mixed. U'.'n,:,'. .
(iats Unsteady: No. '-. iilu.
Kyi; lower; No. 2. iO.;,idj.
'J'oiiaci.'o-I-inn; itiurs; ci. union lo ehnim
fH.D i'lu.0il; Jtuil; eoiiiiiioii r t leaf, ?1.,'.Jii
lu.mi: i limn loifoou ('!l.0igi;.il.
II iv 1'riurin f I I.mi'',l2.i.i) lor prime to I ir icy
lii'tv; clover lni.vi'd, !0'd'.' lor eoiiniio'i to
prune: uM ti mot li v, I -j . o: ? lii.tMi for nrnii to
"Vilt edire;" choice new, 1 1.5'.' j4l:.'."iil.
lli'TTKit rirmer: eiioieeto iiinev rr'M hit
2:.'a.';ie: dairy, elioiee tu laney, lliiiise; lu-,v
Loos Dull; eainHcil, M':c; shippers' marks,
J'otatoi'.s Dull, ill :s "iw. 1'ie .er iui-nci.
1'OUK (.tiiiet : new mess, t lii. Vl.f IT.'iO.
LMtn sleady: iirine; stoaiu. ',,' v.
Uacon I.oiiirs. !' "'i .e; tlioi ts, t'U 5
cieiir ribs, It-1 n, ' :xv.
Wool, Tul-Wii-liid. elioiee, 2'e: t.ilr.
27-'i2sc; iliinry mid low 24 '4-'7. I'liwushod
L'hoieo meiliuin, 2il':e; eood itvei'a.'e ine llom
l'.i'.v.Me; i-elceO'd liirlil tliu; H jil'ie; you I av
erage, liV'.lle; heavy ia6le; con iiir. 'i
luooo, 2ii'.;i.': eoiiiliiM', low irru U -. '
llincs ouict ; ill Hint, Me: UiCieurod,
lile: nuns or !ia-'-t, hJe; ilry paiio I,
l:tt;: dry salted, ilaanue I. l'le: lo a-il
cult', stded. S'.c; oa niu-ed, li'pi; inii.s an 1
stu, iiics green, uneure l, i::e; ihniiii,re l,
a 4 e.
MIKKP Pr-l.TS We:ik; jrnsisn, HoHUr; dry
do, 4 H.T'ie., us lo aino nil an I ipia'ity o wo il ;
(freen slieui'lins, lie; tlr do, 1 'J , i I : lutuli
tKiilS, 2e iT)e.
U'iikat - Vcakt;r: No. 2 lt.-l. twint,
!4'ic; Si'pti'iitlier, !',','; Oidolier, ir.'c;
Novenilier. I lee.'liilier, ? I.n I',.
'u.N We iker: Aiuum. 'k."e: Si"'.miIt,
fi'Pji:; Oeiuber, Ii2'4e; No .'einlirr, ti.'e; II win-
t A'rs st roil e'er; Aie.Uit, .; .-c;:cmucr,
j ie; ' leloOer, jI1 e.
( llll'A ii).
Wiik vr Weaker; Aiiu'iHt, M U'''sl :e; Sen-
U'iiiIht, KPsfif.Kl1 2c; (J. tober, M ik No-
einl er, s.i' ."(s,, uc.
( iin -Weaker: A'Il'imI, ill Vc: Seple'iilx-r,
"ile; OeOilier, a'.'e; Noveailier, I, if ; Jt'.ir,
.i tc: May, 1 1 '.it;
hats steady; Amrud, 2T'ie; Sepkvib T,
2i e: je ir, iVjc,
I'oiik Noiiiinal; no Ira ninr.
I.Aiin Hi rhcr; Aiijihi. T. Vt'jf. I ;:; Sip
tenilier, JT..i.'' j ; Hetolii'r, .S1.I2 j.
MlnilT Itl lis Anuii 1, ?-S.',H; Si jecil'ier,
ts.;.4; October, s. .0.
Live Sto-lc M-trlf.i.
llnos-Itecopt", l.l.o 1 1; actio
r il llnu;
Pic liitdicr; liaiiu f-Vlr",
(. Ai ii.i;-Iti'Ci'ipit, l. hi); si.onu'. eiioiis.
fii.liiMi , i; vii I to choice, s.'i.'.m.Oi. Ill; eoai-
n on to lair. ? I or.
Mii::i'-llffi-i, l.ju.i; steady; e num. mi to
jro oil, i..y, i. n,
III I I'' o.o.
( atti.i:--1 n hiir ilemaiid bin lower; extra
steers, fil.l,ni -W; tmr lo jroud nalive sl,ii
pinir slecrs, $.". .V i -Mi.t t ' : li'jln to mcliinil
Steers, f I.HVo.V III; m l bil!cliers', f l.iii."i.nil;
(amimoii, fa.'i'i l.oe; e nai-led Tcvas f I.OO'O
4.li'i; (rrilss Texans. f (.!.Ul;- nii'.el buoai
fl's", coiiimoti to eln ice, i.l o-4 Vi; soickeri,
.l.'..ro',:iA'i: feeders, fl.t.iavl '
Siti.Ki'-.Markel s:eady, but pro fleets of
lower prices; common lo la r, . l" -j. 1 on;
jrood to choice. 1. 1.'ei.l.iio.
lino. Deiniuid lair, ir, o I Vorlcrs. ..: 4
i!. il i; I kht jrr lasers. . ;lt '. i.'.'.j u ,o I m liom t,
f'i.l' u "' I'l ? 'JO '.
KANstS ' ITV
(' tTTl.K-lleceiiits, Il.noc!; aun kel nctive mid
ste uly; native siei r, l.'fui to I, .ma liounds
iivei-iiue, t i.libiii..'.); Co, a il lo ,ill ioiioilS
aver.iwe. f l. iio'.i.nu; st c a r, a n.l..jO;
mitt, '.'.Ti''i.'U; t'ra.-s T'-mi- sieers, ?J.il"45
linos llcceipl". .ri..Vl; tvenki r; a'e lower,
elo-inir ll'inj li-ht, ( ". .ViVi: lieavi' and
llllxeil, ."i,;c,iAS 411.
hiiLKi'-Ueciapis, SM; -tealy; lair to j;ood
lllllllons, ',.lll'f.i ,vi,
Honey and liloc'.r M-ir'tat.
rKW Iiiiik, Aiiiim r. Money, -,r: per
eeri.j cvciiiuiL'f mint inn aiU-; ( ((.era-
menu dull; t in reii . ii s, l"l lad; 4h tarn
jioiis, I., e n mil I , rt no.ll.,, b,,l. 'liiMloir-
k-: Ojieacd f, ei mh. and iliirine the II rd Ii nf-
noi r iiceitiiu) cjK iinib r a r ill n suae of
the lenders id' ihe room I r;i o i . Pi co at
Hist Clll! Ahoucil ilecline . I tlV. 'I'lllS
was recoteie I iili.e.;iieiillt en Ml ,iorlillJ
ordeis. and 'liirinir Tie i , a ia uderoi ihe m rn-
Inir priec Mtaidllv ii P. in ! b tmi ilnciil.n-.
At. i nun i f wr it t e ,cl a v r.ia .ei (roiu
Alter August 5 h. to iiguUr subiciibcrs
who are not in arrears, The IU:i.i.ki in will
bi' tlclivi red
FOK SO CENTS l'EU WEEK,
Payable weekly, or 5 wekks for One Dollar.
No reduction lor payment iu advance, but
if subscribers prefer to pay yearly or half
yearly in advance, they cau do so without
Tim Bi i.i.eti.n wi'l contain ai.i. the I
cal news without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in ml
vitnce of the St. Louis morning papers.
UEXKUAL LOCAL ITKMS
The Daiia llti.i.i.'i in only aO ckms
The liuest and cheat est black Silk to
be found at Mrs. Williamson's.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson returned yestu
day from St. Loui, v. here she lual been or
Black ami colored S'ltins at 5d cents
per yuul, at Mrs. Williamson's.
The city council met last night in ng
uiar session. Nothing of cXtraordinniy
importance was dobc.
Mr F. White, agent here of the (lictly,
Ijuniliiiin Grocery Cc, ( t St. Louis, is on
his way to St. Louis for a brief stay.
Now is your time to buy tips and
pluuiis ofall detciiptions at cost at .Mrs.
--'I he Texas oV St Louis road propose
to give excursion rates from all points
along its line, on the 10. li day of Angus'.
Mr. Charles rare, engineer at the ice
factory, met with an accident sevtral ds
ago, which makes it necessary for him to
wear one hand in a sling.
Ladies wiH tiud it to their ititirtst to
look through Mrs. Williamson's stock ol
embroidery and hues.
Au employe of the WnLiuli mad,
uamcdj James Touicy, whs sent to
St. Mary's inliruiary yesteidsy, for neceeta
ry cure. He was sick mid iu a I ad tlx fi
iiiiLci'illy. A rc-union of the Ainiy i f Ihe 'i'etiius
scc occurs at Lake MitinetciikH, Wiicou
sin, this '.veek, tind Aldfruuti l'at'tr and
Ltttichsier, who are members of the older,
are tnn.ute to attend.
Entire stock of ladits underwear, is
offered at cost. Theso goods have been
bought very cheap and must be sold to
make room for fall stock, at Airs. L. E.
The election iu Jiallurd county, Ky.,
yesterday, resulted in the selection of Wick-
litl'e as the county sent, by a majority of
about 200. This will settle the vexing
question till next time.
Ti e Aubrey property was sold t-cvi-rttl
days ago, but not to Mr. George Fisher, as
some believe. The puichnser was a Mr.
Ferdinand Fishir, who will proceed to iin
prove it and occupy it before long.
G' n. Herman Lieb, editor of the Chi
cago Deinokitit, sjys he has on his ex
ciinngi; list 4U Gerniiin pitpi is from tbo
Noithwcst tb'tt have renounce 1 the Repub
lican purty and come out for Cleveland.
Mrs. W. A. Diilis, Mis. Id: Ileattie,
and Mrs. Drown, of St. Louis, accompanied
by others, will arrive in Cairo by the Iron
Mouniain this evening, on their way to
Dixou Springs via Wabssh trniu to moirow
The Halliday Guirdt mil the siveral
other militia companies, from Massac and
Union counties, that were here jestirday,
will start early this morning for Springfield
in a special train for which the people will
have to pay.
The business complications of the late
U I 111 oiUtiikCite Love'.t have been satis
factorily adjusted. The firm is dissolved,
and Mr. Claik has possession of the store,
while Mr. Lovett will soon tmbaik in a
Severn 1 barrels of "Sylph" il n;r v.n
shipped Mondny to l) x .u Springs on au
order received per Uh grupli, by Halliday
Ibother?. The proprietor of that pb.ee
is evidently a jtt Ige of good Hour, and pro
poses lo give bi slimmer visitors the best.
Dr. Parker was called up ai yesterday
to set the s; rained ankle of an employe iu
the Illinois Central yaids. The mm was
at work under a car when another c ir
struck it and, iu an itl'ort to get out of the
way, received his injury which might have
been much more seriou-'.
- The tilling on Sixth s'.ieet is progress
iug rapidly and the residents on either side
are cheerful, even though tin y will Imve to
bear the larger portion of the exp use.
Next fall many of them will do some till
ing in their lots. Mr. Peter Caiaher lias
already begun to have his lots filled.
The Freeman's Journal (Roman Cutli
olicori;nn), which lias bun hostile to Mr
Cleveland, in its is?tie Thursday, tvincis
disposition to wheel into his support
Witfi icferet.ee to the accusation against
tho Governor, that last year he olfended the
Catholic sentiment by vetoing an appropri
ation that was made by the Legislature lor
the Catholic Protectory, the Journal says:
''There is no rccoid to show that the Gov
ernor showed any bigotry or hostility to
tie Caibolic religion in tlott veto. We
thiiik ihe uporslion of the Ctlholic fV
ttctoiy had weak mid ill advised loral
counsel iu Hiking for the Mibsidy. ' We
think he did right in vetoing that befgirg
-The ledlitltoii if the subt-ciipti"li
price of The Hii.i.I.tin has laen met with
ii hearty lesponse from the public, which
is a source of much salisfactmn to us,
Neatly tveiy in ining the prtssiuau has
ordeis to add to ihe previous number. The
Iili.l.ETiN will endeavor to d'Siive the
--Chief Reardeu left yesterday for deal
Spring, where he will remain several
weeks ton cover his health. His late pro
nation by choleia moibus has left its after
i Herts which Stem to stubbornly resist the
action of medicine and be lots been several
tililts threat an d with a relapse. A g d
le.-t will cure him tn'iiely, ami this be
cdild not obtain w hile on duty here.
Vesleida was il;e twenty sixih aiii.i
vetsHiy ol ihe completion of the first At
lantic cable. The cable was pi iced in mid
ocean July 2!th, 1838; toe AgNineiniinn,
which lane the cable m'lo-s lie w a'ei,
Kiiched Vanlel.cia, Allt;l!st -Pll, Hlid the
Niagai a, Trinity Ray, Aumisi oib. It was
also the twentii tb ai nlversHiy ot Adiniril
FaliagUt's .-pleleliil victory, III fnicdlg ll'.lll
ed' Udn M .bile haib t.
A it tl.i r r-negadc C'niroite Ir s d .e;. -triil
Hi at "Veil :n ll.e new tow ns of the w est
which are so n.uih piaised aid which
sii ise the i.ew n incr so f .V' r iLI y at fir-t.
evenilrng is in t cold that L'litteis. Mr.
Jan. Hiodi rick, w ho w cut loD.nvi r to do
business f Hie time ago, h: s l?!'t that lily,
pailly en Mi'Cuiirit of lii-s hi allh, pailly be
cause it is a dull place f r I ti-.it ess. In
the nieaiiliinc old Cairo iimie thin holds
hirowri, ht.d lihs a lieiirty welcome lor
jno.ii iver lie shall turn h:s s'e s this
way ni'aib, which he doubtless will in time.
The j eople of Murplyslairo have it
ganiz.d a stock company tor the i s'ablish
inei.t of a new bank in place ot the one that
recently gave up the ghost there, mid it is
repotted th'tt Mr. Ed. I) z aii", for so long
teller of the City National 'Hoik lure, has
lam tendered the poition of cashier, and
that he bus accepted Ihe oiler. No man in
the city would be more deserving of such
an ini ortant tnist, or sustain the great re
sponsibilty of Mich a position better. But
it Mr. Di.onia i,cnpts the position, it will
ni ccssitate I. is k moval fiom In re, and this
would be gristly regretted.
A word to the citizens ot Cairo:
"Wake up. Run your town with a vim,
or sill "Ut and leave it. Men who are all
the time ti) ing to gi t out of business, or
the town, or out of the countiy, never build
up either. Put some go-aheid :n business.
Run the tow n fora'l there is in it. Get up
steam and keep it up or qui: the whole
thing. Dj you want trade; Rid for it.
Do you want business nun to come to y::ur
town, people win come to make it their
home? Then bury from sight all local
dUb-rence-, all spite. Work no more for a
few individuals, but all work for the com
mon prospeiity mid for inutU'i! benefit.
Wuke up, rub your eyes and roll up your
sleeves and go to work. 1) m't go to work
with tear and 'lvmbling, but tkc it for
granted that wink will tell. Leave results
to themselves, and all ui.i'e ai d make the
biggest kind of tiy."
Yesterday morning Constable llaz.
Martin captured the v ung negm w ho had
robbed the money diawer of Mr. Jacob
Lattner's grocery, on the c uner of Tenth
and Wasliingtop, Sdurday night. The of
ficer had lei'ned the identity of ihe young
riscal and cam' upon hi.n in Commercial
Avenue, m ar the Opera lloii.-e, moving
along qti.te tiS much st ease as though he
were not a fugi'ive from justice. 'Ihe ik
gro's nunc is SamGiitlin; he is a black one,
and has an ugly mug; age, seventeen or
eighteen. He w us ( x unined in Magistrate
Comings' emu;, and live witnesses swoie
that he was the thief, seven;! of whom saw
him take the money out of the drawer and
protested against it with' ut If ct. He
lit niid all about the atl'tir, claiming to I e
able even to piove an alibi. Hut the court
held bim to bail in the nun of tll'), in dc
fhiilt of which he went to the county
-Tice for August; 1st anl t I, local
storms; 3,1, lair; 1th t ?,li, generally
threatening and heavy local stouns about
Uth; 7th to Oth, clear or f di ; !) li to l'v'th
eh tiding up, an I ending in heavy storms
nl out RJtli; RJ'.h hiui 14th, dear or fair;
Mill to lT'li, clouding weather, aud hi avy
rain! a'ls in places; ly.h, fair; g() to 2oih,
geueial at inosphei ic dis.tuibance, with
heaVj storms and numerous cloudbursts;
a tropic d hurricane likely t.) be upon or
approaching the coa.-t on the 2)th. 2u'th
lo 2Tth, fair in i:itetior ol continent, utilcfs
a hurricane las invaded the coast ; 27th to
lilst, generally cloudy and stormy, and
another hurricane imminent. The latter
part of August is subject to tropical hurri
canes, originating from f.ur to six days be
fore they reach the continent. Such hurri
canis arc likely to ( riginate upon the
occui about lli.h, 20; b a:id 23 !, ai.d reach
the coast four i r six days afterward. The
wanner days will be about 1st, Cth, 11th
17li, "'i I and 20:1'. The more moderate
ds w ill be about !! I, bth, RJth, 1 Stli and
20 th . Eait!upiik"s may ccar on 5th,
11th, 20 h and 2.nb.
T. R. Peters hi A: Rrother., Philadei
phia, have in jircss and will issue iu a few
WM. M. DAVI.DS0H,
STOVES, -:- BANG ES, -:- TIH,
Jnpuiim?d Hoi'liu fiutl Ajiiti; AVaio,
JJiid Climes, IJiith Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ayi-nt lor Adams & Westlsike Oil. Gasoline and Gas toven, I)i troit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking1 Cultivators,
Com Slidlois, riatiters, Ktc, Kte.
s. 27 & 33,
'I'F.l.KI'IfON'ld NO :-'J.
G. T. WIHTLOCK.
C LOT1 1 I iSTG i io i;s h:.
successors to liolilstlne & Kos nwuiei1)
A ldini iintl complete t()(k of Jcnt' F iriiiliiii; d'oods,
Hats, Cn lis, Ac, Ac.
Caifo. I lliiio
days a chenp edition in hook fonu, for the
million, of Mrs. 1). E X. S, utbwi r'b's
last and best 'Vork, 'Self-Haised, or, Fiom
the Depths," orioiuully piin'ed iu weekly
installiin u's in the Xew York Ledoer, un
der the n une of "Self M ele, ( r Ou' of the
Depths," where it proved to be the meat
popular story tvt r is.-ued in that p p -r,
and it will no prove t be th ; in st pop
ular work ever published in L ok form. It
is in a large duodecimo volume of GoS
P'iges, widi a pictirc i I Prospect Cottage
and its hi rri undinos, toe In me of Mrs.
S utbwi rth, on the Potomac, on the cover,
and at the uiiprtculently low price at
which it is published ot sevfiity-tire cents
a copy, it is the largest as well ns the
cheapest ropy-light novel ever i.-sucd in
book form at such a low price, and at
which rate it must e nn nand thousands of
reader.-, (or Mr. Southwi rth stands at the
bead of all female writer?, and there is no
American authoress whose writings ure
more sou. lit after, or receive such immed
iate and general circulation every w here.
Special Bulletin For July.
IOINAI. OkKICI-., j
Wamiinoton, D. C, Aug. 1, 1SS1. )
Dming the m(uth of July the tiinrera
ture was generally below the bvenge, ex
cept at stations on tiie Mississippi river be
low Cairo, in Arkansas, Loi.isisna, Indian
Territory, Ti xi S mi them Colorado, Xew
.Mexico, in California south of San Francis- ;
co, anl ia tie, F.oridi p.ninsula; it was!
from 5 degrei s to ti d. gn es below the aver
age on L ke Ontario, in Northern Minneso
ta, Mi i Dakota; from i degrees to 5 degrees
bflo-v the ineftn in the D s'net of Colum
bia, lvts'ern P,.i,n:-yiva!,ij, the Xorthcrn
Michigan pel. instill, Central Minnesota, and
North- rn California ; from .'3 degrees to 4
degrees in Maryland, the there of Long Is
land sound, Eistern Massachusetts, Central
Ohio and Indiana, Dakoti, nnd the Willa
mette Valley ; it was from 1 degree to 15 de-
ic east (lulf and most of the At-
1 ant ic Coast States, in Tennessee, the Upper
Mississippi and Misjotiii Valleys, and
Xoith Pacific. G'oa-t. The average excess
in the lower Mississippi Valley and Texas
is 1 :j.
The rainfall has been in excess of the av
erage for Ju'y in Xew England, the Atlan
tic const stations to South Carolina, in East
Tennessee, over Lake Erie, the Missouri
and Arkansas River Valleys, in Iowa, in the
valiey of the Red River of the North and
its tiibutarics. 'I he average excess in New
England is U.27 inches; in the Missouri Val
ley, 2 4 inches; iu the Middle Atlantic
States, 12." inches-. The greatest deficien
cy occurred in Tt x-ic, the Rio Uraude Val
ley, in Florid and Souilcm Louisiana.
For the Sacramento and San Joaquin River
Valleys the rainfall has been normal, and
nearly so in all the Pacific Coast States.
No frosts are reported during the mouth.
The numerous hail, tmnadic, and hurricane
Storms in Missouri. Illinois, and Iowa on
July 4th, in Kentucky, Tennessee, Northern
Alabama, and Western New York on the
5tl:, did considerable damage to standing
grain and fruit. W. B. IIazkn,
Chief Signal Officer, U. S. A.
A niiouiicemeiit Extraordinary
Mrs. Williamson has just returned from
St. Louis after an absence of two weeks
with a full line of goods which she lias
bought very cheap, and inh nds giving her
customers the benefit.
Hats worth $1 for 50 cents.
Hats worth 7oc for 21c.
A job lot of Handkerchiefs worth a dime
for live cents.
Little 'girls' black silk Mits for lor,
Little boys' Waists ofall ni' e, from 25c
Ladies' Aprons fiom La; up to flOc, njob
Thirty-flvi-cent handkerchiefs offered
for IU and 20 cents.
Entire, stock of silk and kid Gloves at
A clearing sale of Millinery Goods to
be sold ri'gaidlcBs of cost.
A nice bunch of black glossy tips for
Stages of the Kivcr.
R:vvr marked bv tie: u'auge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. jester lay, 18 feet i
inches. Fall oioiiit; previous twenty
four bonis, 0 foot 4 inches.
Cbatt aiioooi, Tt. River C feet 0
inch and lising. '
inches and lisilie.
inches and rising.
X tshviile, Aug.
ea and iisin'.
clu-s and failiii.'.
st L'juis, Aug.
ea - n 1 Inllino.
G b et C
J feet 'J
Il 1 inch-
Tt. River 2 "eet 7 in
o River lo tt 7 inch-
A ChainiHOii Coining.
.On the lo'h there will appear before the
pulilic of Cairo one of the most remarkable
horsemen of the sge, and one who his
inoie gold medals, and championship belts
in many lands. Chaiks W. Fish, the dar
ino, dashing Lorseb ick ti ler, has rilbn in
the arena for twcti'y years, ai.d since he
lis defeated James Rubins in for the chain
pionstiip of Aineiics, no one has come for
ward to accept bis f 10,000 challenge,
which is now a. id has been open toad coin
ers for u-ars. lie is the only nder who
throws a toiw ird somersault from fiet to
feet while his horse is lunnini; around the
rin'. He will be here with liurr Robbms
show Ant:, lo.
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KV ADVEUTISKM KXTS
i Notice. !n liii" ooluiim lurta-liui-B or !e- wcents
i niit) Oilicrtion or $l.oi r week.
J.'Oit SALKTwii deptrn'iV lo'it on .'.j-h S'reet,
A l'o!iiin;s 1 1 v:-ion. A)i iy to Jaij. A I'utire.
M AUK ,V hUVKTr.
Alt pernor. Inleti-H to Me.- firm ofClurk ,t Lov
ett are ear cstly rea.tU'M. tl In all a ml rt't: w th
out d. litv. Aii (Tc iour-iof ttjc lion w II p'ea,j
furnish rocMi;ii euoru ft.itriut.nl- of their i liiius
at onre. I b) t.unnt-t main In- 1 1 1- it ttoh-n the
next no. Ma-..-. t.Ko. KIS1IKH, A-sirii!;.;
Ciorn, M., August :.ih, l-s.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDKV
I wotllil rep et fully mindtitice to tlie citi Z'TiH of
Cairn, tha- I have opem it ami ntn rnrrv'r.ir en u
HriO cia-s- laanilrv in ihu rear of Winter's llinck.
oil Sevi.a:l!i STi et. w here I am pr, i ircd lodo':l
kinds of work Iu my line iu a mticnor nnd orl-n.aii'-liip
rtle. d-f.irjj oornpeftlon at'.d at
r aor.ii ik' IL'aren. i work. L'tiarantvcd, and
prompt raitiMiU ifmiv jjooil nr- lot.
N. I! Ei.'mnre to lnnndrv. ihroiuh the private
entrance In the Winter's lllurk. 7 iHini
What Struck an 0M Soliier.
' It will ceon he twenty veari" since the v ar t lo--
fuller the Imtaoa of Aa-a t, Wi, the vl la,'e if
Dover. N. J , lay Mill ait th-j sphins: ia E.'ypt,
Lite E.ijuh Sharp, of lhat place, slowly ate acf;
V spoke of th. i pan. "Yes," lie i s!t, "I win iu
the army nnd mw many of the nil;-9 of those
fearful yearn. I win il .icly iliio harmed from disa
bility rcttiltlu,' from sunctroks. 1 came lioe.o
minerahle In health aud eptrits; eo eiifethltd lhat
I took Cold ou the slightest txposure, I.ifi; neeiu
ed worthless to me: I lived oaly In rrcmory "
"That wa" dad inoimh," f Haiti, dividing my
huM two cienr.,
"Tli'it 8 o,v reiipouded Mr. Sharp, "but f cot
over it. Onturetv it Net exactly. H hen In that
condition I besrun taklnj; Fai.kkh's Tonic, utid my
health comnieiiced Iu imprnve ru;nt attuy. I wan
ftst. unshed at it, and ao was my wife. I piled on
the He nil and could cat anything. .My aintilttoii
blazed iii I c mid attend to buaiuess. ami now -eitcoi
tini; that I )iave to take care ahotit expoalng
mvself to ilie lint nun - I am ac well a 1 Wan tliu
"t tv 1 elilittt I'll What dill'eaenct'K there art) In
thinn8 - Jinn an 1 hayonets kill ; I'.mikeu's Tonic
Tliia prepaiatlon, which has been known at
Pai kku's (Oniiki! To.Nie, will Hereafter ho called
ximply l'AKKKii'a 1 onic. Ah nnprin iplvd deulers
are coimtanllv (trcetviin; their customers by fall
Blitutini; Interior urtl I' s under tliu name of glu
Uttr, aud as ulnirer U really an uuhnpor'aiit m.-rui.-lent,
wi! drop tnu mmleadlu i.rd.
There ii no chat.u'e, liowever in the preparation
iteulf, and all tliu tioitleH remaining in tliu hand
of (lealcrn. wrapp d under tiiu mimu of Paukbu's)
UiNoiiii Tonic, contain tliu uenuiue uiudlciiii!, if
tliu fac-iMmlie sliittturu of liiscoi a ii Co. Is at tliu
battcm of ilm outside wrapper.
Mauufactiirer and Dealer In'
8-.li Struoi, between Com'l Avu. nud Levee.
CHOICE BORING A SPECIALTY
Aid, KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Sufe lteaairod, All Binds vl Ket s Mudo,
Wit f m