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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MOKNLNG, AUGUST 8, 1884.
THERE'S MILLIONS IN IT.
Cholera Conns Discoverod In tbo
Water at Marseilles, Arloa
"England Must be- Master of Egypt
To Evacuate the Soiulaa WouU bo
an Infallible Dishonor."
Serious Riots Feared in Belgium Ovci
the Proposition to Open Negotia
tions With the Vat;can.
MILLIONS J.N" IT.
IWus, August 7. It Is i.miouuccd that
a microscopic unit; Ms of liie water used
for drinking purposes at Marseille;",
Aries uud Aix has revca ed millions ol
bacilli, or cholera jrencs. The discovery
causes a great sensation.
the saints roi:i;n:xi.
Ten thousand persons took p:irt in n
religious demonstration nt Aix yesterday.
After a solemn procession through the
streets, a special seiviee was held at the
I'athedral for the purpose of beseeching
the saluts to stay the ravages of thu dis
There were live deaths from cholera at
M.utsr.iu.hs, August 7. Only two
deaths from cholera last night.
MUST UK MASTKU OI' I1GYIT.
London, August 7.-.Sir Samuel Baker,
the explorer, writes to the Tinas: "Kng
laud may thank God that the couferei:ce
has fallen stillborn. Englishmen, not
the politicians, must now determine our
future action. England must be master
of Egypt. Let France go to tho deuce.
To evacuate the Soudan would be an In
delible di-hoLor. The Mudir of Don
gola has proved himself loyal. Let us
intrust to him the rescue of Gordon."
Lo.ndo.v, August 7. The 77mm' Too
Chow correspondent to-day repeats the
report that the United States will act as
arbitrator la the settlement .f the dilli
cu'.ties between France aud China.
A dispatch fr Canton says that mil
itary preparations on an extensive scale
are being rapKHy pushed forward,
the city anticipating a breaking out of
hostilities between France aud China.
Various forts on the Heights Islands
in the river are bcrn strengthened,
while more cannon are being
mounted on the wall surrounding the
city. A large number of engineers are
engaged in planting torpedoes hi the
river, and chains with torpedoes at
tached are being stretched across the
river. These chains are unk to the
bottom of th; r'.vrr and are so arranged
that on the apiearaaoe of hostile boats
they can be drawn tip near the sur
face water imped:;: the passage without
exploding t'u torpedoes. The Viceroy U
superintending th.s worlt in person, lie
has purchased two.ve tons of dynamite
with which to line the river and 'ami en
trances to tli. c:rv.
,-K!;;.m s KH.'TS Fl'.ABF.D.
Iliu -cki..-, A.ig'ist 7. In the Chamber
yesterda?, aa .'-;eiti:i! debate occurred
over thepropii--i : ,i!ti to open ucptiatloiw
looking towards re.Mitupiion of relations
with the Vatican. Alter tiio adiom-anient
cf the debate, the great crow! which had
'gathered in the sheets iiooL-l and jecr-d 1
thu members w'.io had Miiuiortoit tin; I
l.ovcmuieiit, and ihey wfr.-ol.llged to ae- i
't-pt the protection of tlif; police while I
leaving the tuiihlin;'. P;ii- leflii)'' ainonc
tin- jHipn'iAce agr.ii.st the Mi'.Uuy is --it
bilter that serious rloN ire ieai'i d'
(,o!tl- l . - mi,.
CaH'O, AtlL'USt 7. Cohill'd ICite, f
teie'.'l'tphs f r- i r I Io!"Jv'm tlmt C.-nffil
Gordon t'-C'-tit yw r.de tin' Mn-lir of Don
go' a, aking whtit point th' e ': ' ! . r
which l,e Mippoxo.,1 i.ft Ciiro vad
reaelxd, .'.Ti l iiow ina'iv iri'-n eofrtijos. ,
it. Ho .-vl'lo.t that lf !t:il v""1 sii.i. r.,
It K;inrtoiii), and tliht :dl wore w.-i I
It is evident tied Leiicrd i. or Ion i-. r.
:n.ng upon tu pi-..:y nr.-'.v-ii of th" ;iid
lO Kr( i.l ! i.'r,,;li-
Dublin, Angu-t 7 --Th t',-.. ,, 4
utini'il to-day i.-hc at, 8,,.,;
Irishmen for contribuiiont to.v ir 1 a f ,o.,l
to recoup ( I'llrieti, editor of t.io r, ,..,
fnlinid, tor los-cs su-torif: I la -li frn-ii,g
ihe expenses of the rici-ni p ,-,r,v
ings in connection with i;,; (.ornwa'l
Romk, August 7. Four earth'iuake
shocks were felt this morning at Eras
:atl, Albano aud Castclle ltomani, a lew
miles southeast of Koine.
Not Yet Recaptured.
UaI.kigii, N. C. August 7. Search for
Uaniel Could, the murderer of W. Ji. Car
penter, who recently escaped from Wades
bora Jail, continues. Hundreds of men
have searched the woods and wan!psl
iinong the searchers being Congia sMimi
U. T. Bennett, of the Sixth District. Gould
isa desperate negro, and will resist to
An Vnauccessful Mie'ir.K
Ciiuaco, III., August 7. Chales
Francis Adams, Jr., J, h i C. (la lit an I
Hugh Kiddle, urbitrat us lor the Eastern
Irunk Eiuc freight pool, met at the
Grand Pacific Hotel at eleven o'clock
this morning In secret session, to con
sider the subject of dead freight percent
ages. A meeting of railroad managers
concerned hi the Eastern pool resumed
it the same hour, but nothing has
been accomplished, and the situation Is
niwiriwl mo.,. i.. i
niMZ 4.011 -e'pieuec. ol
Want Of Uuauillllty.
Catholics in Convention
, . , . .
Chicago, III., August 7. At eight
o'clock this morning the members of the
Catholic Total Abstiuence Convention
... . . i , ,.
rcasseinoieu ai iu v-nineurui ui un; Jloly
Name, where solemn requiem mass was
celebrated for the repose of the souls f
deceased members of the Union. The
Convention met again at ten o'clock,
when the presentation of district reports
XZ Shot in the Abdomon and Died.
IIii i:na, Auk., August 7. Monday Dr.
E. N. .Moore quarreled w ith Warren J.
Snilzcr aud called hint a liar. Nmlzer hit
him over the head with a club, Indicting
a serious wound. Mooro procured a gun
and shut Sinizer twice In the abdomen.
Nuicr died ye.-tcrday.
Actors Married on tbo Stnire.
iJi.ooMixuTox, III., A .gust 7. Dur
ing a matinee performance of Clark &
Williams' Variety combination yesterday
the marriage of Will A. llarou, the come
dian, ami Miss I.illiau Carroll, vocalist,
occurred ou the stage before a large audience.
A Dead Lock.
SrmiHi:i.i, O., August 7. The
dead lock still continues In the Eighth
District llepublicau Congressional Con
vention. One hundred aud seventy-five
ballots have already been taken. There
are live candidates, Uushticll, Michel
bergt'.r, Colonel Doane, John Little and
Burned to Death With Kerosene.
WiiKKLiNd, W. Va., August 7. Miss
Nettie lleinleiu, daughter of a promim nt
citizen of Marshall County, and living six
miles south of Wheeling, was burned to
death last evening at six o'clock. A ser
vant was kindiing a lire, and as it burned
slowly Miss lleinleiu poured kerosene ou
the stove with the iiual result. Her burns
Closing- D.ftreputuble Houses.
Lkxixoton, Kv., August 7. The Chief
of Police, by order of Mayor Johnson,
this morning served all houses of prosti
tution In the city with ten days' notice to
close, and on the inmates to leave the
city in leu days. This action Is caused
by the city being heavily lined in the
Criminal Court ior maintaining such pub
lic nuisances. Twenty-five houses were
notiiLd, and about L'OO inmates will go
To Enforce the Quaraut no Law.
Santa I'll, N. M., August 7. Yester
day Governor Sheldon received a dis
patch from Silver City signed by Heed
Hutchinson, President of the Stock As
sociation; W. L. Kynerson, Vice-President
of the Territorial Stock Associa
tion, and many other stock growers of
Southern New Mexico, urging him to en
force the act to prevent the introduction
of diseased cattle, as animals recently
Imported from Texas have alarmingly in
f. -cted the herds. The Governor I. ex
pected to issue a proclamation to-day
putting the quarantine law in force.
Wanted Live (iam;,
Atlanta, Uv, .fngust 7. J. II. l'ettit
shot aud killed his wife Ju'y L'O and lied
with a neighbor's horse. The Governor
offered a libera! reward for his apprehen
sion, and a posse went in pursuit. Yes
terday the leader applied for the reward,
s.iy'mg they had Cuine up with Pettit in
A.iijama, between Birmingham and De
catur, he resisted arrest and attempted
to escape, lie wis tired upon bv one of
the party and killed. Tht: Governor de
clined to pay tae reward, as it was of-
f fered fur the live body and not the dead
MA UK KT JiI-;iOITS.
Gra:r. anl Prov.sions.
TIIt'li-lJ.VY, Auiai.-t T, 1-st.
Cotton ?u idv; m U.u,j, Oj. jn-.o.
Fr.oca ?t,n:i.!y: XXX to euuiou, J.J J l.-'J;
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f. iljnrv, -i i ( in niney, H'.-tiM-: ,o v
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j-i-.'i-n nii''iii-l,ii, l..c; dry d'i, liril.'i, U:nj
kU id. .''j.:i'.o.
W;k Kti tft- r; N i. " :i l!"d. Antrum,
i! jC; i"-o!,T, til' -. Nove-iibi-r, li.'i i lice mii-ir-r.'-r.
I oils We ikei ; Awiist, ee; Si-fiti-mlM-r,
il '; ' aeotiiT. id c; No .-. in Ix-i-, i;0 ,e.
Oats-I.iumt; Aiuoi-t, ;d j';; !seitetiitiijr,
& '.jc; itiioiii-r. ;-l!4f.
( HICA id.
Wiikai Wi akir; "Atii-iHt,"'Hlc; Sei
li'iutier, s;.''4 itg (; Uetohur, M W'V. ic; No
end er, M ,e.
i oils Weaker; Aiivoist, tt' c: Sciiteliilier,
."J .e. noiober, fit Novumlier, 4',c ; ear,
i ,r; Aiay, i i ,e
'a is Weaker; August, 27e; Scileiiitn r,
'o.e; yenr. ."e if.
i'oiiK-Ai trn-t. ear, JIJ.'lil.
l.Altll Me.t'lJ ; All.ll-I, ?7.riH; Sep.
tciiitifr. ;..V; iielotier, ?;.ii7 ,; llceciiilii-r,
siioitT Iliiis-Aiuii-t, September,
Live Stock Markets.
I'AfTI.K-I'ceciniS, l'i.MM; l si si -wlv: emu
limn weak: itvport. !.-l4) " t; . '."; oaomiu io
choice, ? .iw ','' d levaiH, M iii"
Sina:i'-lteee:pt, ;:,n(n; steady; coiniiuin to
cliot-c, j:i..O-( I i.'i.
Il i'.s-Heee pH. l.'t.'Hfi; frri-vulur; lltdil,
t "i..V'" 'i.l .", ; ronirli luiekintr, f i.i i.'i.su; lii'avy
packl;i." and Mi.ppi.iif. t't-y.l.
i i i r u.o.
r ri i.k M ir'o t ll i-in in I oeidy; extra
steer", f-i.l.Vi i.ifl; lair to food toitive ship,
pinir steers, 'nk'tH.Ki; hudil lo nietiuin
sn rs, ?lV'i.i.IH; ifooil liiiieliiM-x', f I. in &Yim;
coiiimori. f .'t.tin-tl.'ci; c irn-tei T 'vas. I.ihi
Mm; 4ria Texan", f . ' Ki!,l.lU: nilxe l linicli.
Vis', coiiiiiion to eliolee, ? i l l, '4 .VI; Mocker,
. ! s i.::.i til. s.i ; lec'lMr. J I ". )
siuiii-Markel dull and iMiehan'.'-d; medl-
UI. -M In; itinhI (.iclmiec. tl.LVnl.litl.
J ll'i'ii i -I i e an I sic nly: in o I to extra
' Yorkers mid butcher', fii.li'.'i.l.'i; ll-.dit irr.i--
I er-. Jf 'i.Hi '. i.t.t; (food ineiliiiiiM, IcGj, i.tJ.",;
( ATTI L - II
i l'K l.OKi; firm im! tfaYn
. huher; tun iv - e, r. I.:.il to le'.ol poiiinls
' ,u,n1-'' L"v'i' ': l,; '' ,l'n pounds
nv i r.iLf.-. ?.,,i i.,..;n; c-icr
ir.i Tex a steer", C.t,ut,
I. U 1,1. "MIJ
'lloos-Hcee,pih, ii.iiii; cveiel nml ."' Inn
hiflnT. s.ds.it ( 'i i) i ..,: maiilv, .s.'i.'pii
MIK.r.l'- l(eC,.,,., HM; te,
!bJ. avennie j i.ii.
After Augiut 5'h to regular mib:ieiibei.,
who are no' in arrears, The Bulletin will
be delivi. d
. Foil -M CENTS PEIl WEEK",
I'ayaMi! weekly, or 5 wichks fur One Dollar.
No rc-'.uoiioii for payment in advance, 1 tit
if MibrcriWra prefer to pay yearly -or lull
yearly in advance, they can do so without
The Bulletin will contain all the lo
cal news without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in ad
vance of il.e Sr. Louis morning papers.
GENftllAL LOCAL THUS
The Daily Bulletin nlv H'Ockn'is
per wi ek.
Mr. Jiio. Sullivan has opened a grocery
fcto.e in his house at the corner of Twt lttii
an 1 i'opUr streets.
Fies-li Oysters at Joe Sleagah's saloon
and rest itirai.t, cornel Sixth and commer
Mr. Loul3 Koeh'er, Sr., is nur-in-- :t
very s ire Inn I, caused by a scratch rec iv
from the tin of a lirgefisli he vvas h iu iling
some weeks ago.
The finest and cheapest black Silk to
he four.d at Mrs. Williamson's. -It
Mr. Julius S irbi in h is a,'.tiii gone to
work with his force of men an 1 teams, tili
ng C'jtnmcrc'al avenue above Twentieth
Mr. T. W. Fitch, formerly in the ad'ii
t or's ofiice of the Cairo and Vir.cennes road
fere, is now stationed nt St. Paul, Minn.,
wheic he is in the auditor's (.ffice of the
Northern Pacific railroad.
Now is jour time to I. ay tips and
1 liiiTics of all tlescriptions at cost at Mrs.
Mrs.Wm. Lonergau was reported to be
very low yesterday. She has lingered b'..
tvveen life and death much of the time s, ru e
her r'.'turn, an 1 it wis believed yesteriay
that the end was at hand.
A counciliuHii and a prominent young
i.tturnty had a tougfi tus-el about some
lai.-understandiuj u Incsday evening.
Neither wa- up and about much yesterUy,
th .ugh the dainigo wsa n it seriom m eith
K' tire Etock of ladies' uiidetwear i of-f.i'-
i T;t coit. These go ids have been
bought very cl.eap, ai.d must be sol I to
m :ke roi.du f r fall stock, t.t Mrs. I.. V.
A surprise pat ty was given Wtdn.-idy
night to little Mattie Buah, at lier puent's
resi lence, on Tenth street About thirty
tight little folks were present and all enjoy
ed themselves hugely. It was little Mattie's
Y. M. C. A., boys bunch. A meeting
of !l,e aforesaid hs-:oriatiou will hold a
iincting i n this iFrilay) evening at 8
oV.i .ck, over tin: A xmder County Bank.
Siv-irvl 'pf-.rchi s in different subjects will
be do'ivi-red by s .me of !i,e I'ovs. Every
body is c riii'.ly i:,vl'...,l. a imission free.
I) nitk -i I col-.fd S.!ins t SO cents
per yard, a? Mr. Wiiiiau.-on's. 4t
- IM.'-.-t vv,.. ;.r. i it to t'nir interest to
v.k tiifougii Mrs W'llliMiis. n'i stock of
rn.br oi lery v. ' I ic. 4t
Mr. f'h-irley Y ur;g went fishing a day
' r tw a-.'-', ird lr. tight home with him
a fn.r of t -et an I h gs as red as lobsters
aim t to tin; knee-, rendered" so by the
ot-inl aril -un ti lrch lie expose''
them v,l,iic hunting for the liniiv tribe.
is 'idii st T"ii 1-re l helpless as h:s feet
ar.'l legs are Mistered and v.-rv sore.
Six'y ba:,ks an 1 bir.king institu
ti. ns have f lib d it: the L'ni'ed States dtir
the pit lour in mtl.s it, ut producing
any serious panics in 1, githna'c business,
but we shall watch with mueli anxiety the
efl. ct of t!io announcement that cue of
Cairo's juvenile ba.-e I allclubs has disband
eel on account d hn mml i-tnlmrrassinent
.Mr. m. Eu Iw.'g met with Hn accident
Sunday that r' li b red him a ctipplo for
awhile, lie was h oi l ing a loaded p,un
that w.is nnexpictediy discharged and the
ball struck his left shin and ylanced off,
leaving n ugly wound. He is able to
walk around with the aid of a crutch.
The bill was a caliber and barely missed
piercing his f ad.
The following are the internal revenue
collections in this dislnct lor the month of
July, us taken from the books of Collect
or I. ivy 'a 'dice hue: Tobuxo (manufact
ured), tpl 19 71 ; cigars, f.VITO.OO; whiskey,
$17,1411,50; beer, $'J,SjG2.fe8; Special tax
(dealers), $1,171 1)3; fines and priinllies,
$S0.o"i. Total. $:iO,7C0.02, which is about
$1,000 less than Ihe collections of the
nil nth before, tin1 decrease being mainly on
The Louisville Courier joiirual pre
sents the following as an example of tbo
way in which Mr. Ubiine answers the char
ges against him : "Mr. Blaine, what about
those Mulligan letters?" "American indus
tries must be protected." "Hut Mr. Blaine,
did you not receive .$0.1,000 in Eittlo Bock
and Fort Smith railway bonds as a consid
cration for your friendly ruling as Speaker
of tli o hotian?" "The country has uiade
(gnat progress under the protective system."
"How about the South American business?"
"I always beleiw. in civil service reform."
"Have you or have y u not umde money
out of the public service?" "I am iigaiiu-t
The young Dcmona's of lie (i'y are
i on.sidi ring the siiggc.-tion of proeuiing
white stove-pipi fats, to lie woin by Unlit
on fud dress occasions, when the Democrats
meet to jollify. When the bojs have been
thoroughly organized and perfected all their
proposed ananoi nieiits, a Democratic io
cessioii will siini like a cloud sweeping
through the streets. The first procei-sion is
probably some time i If yet, r.s it is early in
the campaign ; but w lien it comes, look out !
The moonlight excursion was a success
1 a-t night. Ii whs attended by about a
hundred gcnticiiicn and Indict who tilled
the night with joyous laughter and gtiunl
merriment asllicy floated up and doun the
broa 1 Ohio. The boat let't i.b. ut U o'clock
and relumed about 1 ;1J0. The moon lose in I
lull splendid about 8 o'clock and made ti c j
liver shine like ti s'l-ei.in of silver, and P - j
vealed all natiiie in a dim l'ght l':at wisj
( liarmirig to toosii i n board. Good music
was furnished by Prof. .tircr's bind, an I
liciriyall the p nty he it li 'pl'.v acfompnii
inieiit t ) it with their f. ct.
Now that tWhin.-ton i.vi tme is be-iiiLr
til e l, it ou! 1 lie well that the contiacb r
In w hom the job of filling the Court Ibms"
Mird whs let s, in.; time agn, bhotild legin
on this job a'so us so m na pi ssild". No
premises in th-; city needs improvement
more than this does, none, in fact, needs it
as much. Tic state of jhe uld c prop
erty in any community is gent-rally looked
upon by visitors .s a criterion to the thrift
and enterprise of such community, mid
nothing Jdoeii more to arouse c.r. tempt
again-! a ci'y than dilapiditcd public
buildings r'ui thi rinore, the public build
ings should be a model fir in dividual liti
r.s, and in luce them to improve their
St. Louis Cliinrr.c'i-: "By produci;-g
over-.-tinitilatioo f a few b-a ling indus
tries protection causes over-production and
th" collapse wb;ch inevitably follows it.
But fir protection and con.-erpieid over-pr-'-iiiic!i"n,
the Vulcan Steel M'ils in (,':ip'i,
delit would be rnnning to-day, giving em
ploy merit to hundrd-1 of workmen. The
"lerative is fiist heavily taxed for protect
ion ami then thrown out of employim. nt,
though if he cio'lics and feels hiin'clf from
his savings durii g his idhness, he must
Hill C uitinue to pay hi- quota for the bene
fit of "protecti d iiaius'tit s." II s only es
( Bpo from this taxttion i m the- utter star
vation and nakedr.t s t wh':h be may fi
nally be drlvt n wheu over roductior. the
(leliiium tremens of the over-tin. uihtion of
protection forcis a su-pension of ihe in
dustries and turns him adrif'. This is the
meaning of "the protection of Atueiican
labor'' in the Bepublicm platform. It is
either the bitterest irony t r the worst hv-
Hon. J). T. Li.vgar hs consented to
t;o to Ch'eago and address the Democratic
ratifu-rs at the Union Stock Yards there
The date of the meeting has be-n changed
to tin: 110th instant. The Chicago Sun s-iva
this ( f Mr. Eitn gtr in cruuii-ction with the
matter: "Among other speakers who have
signified their willingness to be present
andaddrers the meeting is the Hon. Utve
T. Linegar, of Cairo, present member of
the L-gislafure, and one of the most enthu
siastic and effective stumpers in the State.
Twenty-four years sgo Linegar ran against
Logan for Congre-s, and although at that
time there were only ','GO Republican!
among thu 2-1,000 voters of the LMstrict,
Dave mustered to his support about 4,00').
Since then L'negar and Lo;lM have)
"changed about"' L iga.i becoming n
Rer ublican, and Linegar a Democrat.
Mayor Harrison, Hon. John II. Oberly,
Major Orendorf and Doughertyj have also
promised to be piesent and make speeches
an 1 the indications ar" li it thu in eting
will lie a big one."
A party of frit tids surpiiscd Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Block, at their resi ietue on
Eighth street, Wednesday night, by storm
ing the house and overwhelming them with
congratulations upon the tenth auniveisary
of their happy union. Tin party brought
with them many good things in the way of
eatables and refreshments and all sat down
ton good impromptu feast. A large num
ber (if presents were also among the bur
dens carried by the friends, among which
we are permitted to mention the foliowirg:
C'olfeu pot and box, Mr. and Mrs. Il-iriiri
ricbulzc. Pudding pan and jelly tins, Miss
Ida and Harry Schulze, Jr. Dust pan and
pie tin", Mrs. K. Bore. L ,rge bread box,
Mrs. (icorgn Koehler and mother. Milk
bucket and tin cup, Mr.-. H. issinan.
Crumb pan and brush, Mis. C'has. Prink
Cup and dipper, Mrs. C. Schtichard. Sieve,
Mrs. J. Walters. Spittoon, b'scuit cutter
and pepper box from Mrs. Kleb. Large
waiter, Mrs. A. 1. Scl.n. .-der. Grater and
collec strainer, Mis. Rrbr. Tin bucket,
Mrs. Miry Fnnk. Spice box complete,
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. K -rth. Dijiper sieve,
egg-bitater an I c ilf e; b x, Mis Minnie
Rouinan iiatl iivitlcr. C If"! s'rain T Mrs.
St. Loi'is, Mo., August HO, 188U. I havo
used your I'em (rating Oil in my family for
thu last two ears, and find it an unfailing
remedy fr i In umatisin, sprains and tootli
nrhe. My bo)swho a e very fond ol thu
National gsine, base, full, say they cannot
do with ut it. Yours truly, ,
Ol'.O. K. Bicsmctt,
Teller f';fy Treasury, St. Louis.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES," -:-BASGES,- TIN,
Japanned ISerlin and Aatt? rare,
IJinl Cadi's, linth Tubs, Wutev Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ag-ent for Adams & AVostlake Oil. tJasolino ami (ins tovef, iMioit
Safe Co., Ihiiii'ltoii Stocl Plows, Chilled I'lows, Walkiiijr Culti valors,
t oni Mudiers, riantcis, htc, ttc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKLKI'IIONK NO. i-'O.
AT ;i 1 1 u l.
C LOT I I I X G I I OIJS K.
(Suwessois to (iuld-tiiie Ilos liwiiti-r i
A l.-irii'.'i ami complete stuck of (ients F u iiiliiu (inoils,
Hats, Caps, tVc, Ac.
Cairo, II lino .-.
i he Serenade.
I Bill hit infill iU Colli tide,
lTifouu ily wr.pt la thought ;
In lielllier mil rnr " t-rry tun i ',
When a fur c IT poind I r tin t, t .
At firit "twn liku eluliaa Ittrpt
Down lu the eMur.t valu,
Siiuiutinics, peilu; h. a noti; :i hi'p.
Hut U till I liked tin pcjP-.
nearer Hill ilic luu-le cum ,
I thijuylit it liurd In nut' )i.
Anil frum her voice a ntur ' hauii-
1 now si.il tt.uu C'Uil l ta'.ch.
Now l',l coi'fui', tiMiiuh yoa',1 Infer,
Not I at flrrt mis vrared,
And who the PiVe'y ifil..-rs were,
I'd tell you If I itun tl
Aud yet e there w ere lo iiifdniii,
I'll (mother my liiri!i,
And Riv you all lie nd-cee' r.Biu :
F r thifl i:u do mi l.nrm
Kirst then, Miss Heh u Dot vi le'f nanie,
i I'er!i;!i th ti', e! one).
And mat to her M aeMurptij cime,
Aud then Miin He!.(l(!'ion.
Then came tr c iif.lc )l:.i llurr.e'.t,
Ai nwect a "money mii-k,"
Arm then M . llrotui, abrlbt hrur.tlt,
And taun the Mii-es Luk
Ji.h'. evtn cytnphe ware in the Laud,
Aud tarli ore faug io tweet.
That yon would learch the whole broad land,
And laid them ! ard to bent.
A merry crowd. Indeed wern they,
A Uring ol pretty pear.a.
The sort to drive dull care away.
All happy, ctiarmint; girl.
And ne'er waa beard wllLIn tbeiu grounda
Such melody before,
And aoon thny halted in their rnnndi,
Here tt tr.y chamber door.
Th lutonatiouj all I ciufhr,
And was fo rharmed with each
And all, thnt really, now I thought
Thai I mv.st make a (petch
.Vy blarney stone 1 k'-d and, then
With Komethiuu weet 1 1 my,
I flt-Iiped out ou tt.o CHllcrf, wtit-n
Xhe uymidiB aU rjn away.
1 followed, but too anon I found,
The ati-p 1 could not keu.
They acattercd with the !at awcit aoui.il,
J'jut like a flock of iliuel'.
I called theui, tut alas! I rtod
Jieserle l and alone,
Fur all ihe fulry aiBterhood,
With pharp, r-hrih serearna had tlown.
And that nice apcecb which I preparud.
At so much ctudiom cou,
ll.ti cymphs, because they all ttot leared.
Have now forever lft .
"(lit evr thus, ''a Tom Moore laid.
I've Been mv hupeB det ar,
The pptecb t would last nlbt bava made,
To-day IB fl.jw n aw ay.
lint not the inem'ry of IhtiKe sweets.
I-'or this can ne'er take wlii-a,
I ,1 ( beriah it kinoDg ti e ticatB
1'vm had at Dixon SpririgB.
J L'llOB J. F. MVMONH.
Written f r Mrs. Abo Itleser, of Kvantvilie, lnd.
Illxoii HprlnH, Antr. ii, WM,
To Whom it May Concern.
The luidcrnigucd respi ctfully inform
their friends and patrons that from this
date hence the price of S d i Water will be
seventy (70) renin per box of 2 dozen bot
tles, without deviation (r recourse.
Mrs. Williamsi.n I as jii.-i r 'turned from
Bt. Louis after mi ul'enec of two weeks
with a full lino of o i,i I, which she has
bought very cheap, and itit-nds giving tier
customers the benefit.
Hats worth $1 foi hO cents.
Hat worth 7ofi for 2"i .
A job lot of Ilaiidlterohi-jfa Worlh a dime
for live cents.
Little 'n'irU' black slik Jlit.s fur 1.1c.
Little boyn' Waistu of nil si, s, from Soc
Ladies' Aprons from 15c up to 50c, ft job
Tliirty-fivc-cent handkerchiefs offered
for 15 and 20 cent?.
Entire sh ek of silk and kid Gloves at
A clearing sale of Millinery Goods to
ho Bold regardless of cost.
A nico bunch of black glossy tips for
OA i no, in.
K. V. WIU'J I.OCK,
1 ' it j i-i 1 1 !
reiiii.-vivuiiii Military Aciid
uny. t'. 1. 'Ihnilo,,. Ilva'f, tl e I'. -:,!(.,,, f
t!,i- m ,.i. in) . is -! i.'u.o at ll.e llailiduy
Ibai-e, on t v -it to his i t" r ais in this city.
II" re"t v 1 1 one ol the lit t irosjier hh
and b st r.n".n'z-d i-dncafoiiHl institutions
ol leiiniri.' in ur ' utiMy, r.nititio with
tleiri n-l, con's in civil t nuinet rinij,
ciieiiiistry , ( i i-.-ie- and lln.lish, a system
of mil t uy iiirtnn 'i n !' th- highest id-d'-r.
'1 1.,-f:: rti.sli' to ,i; cid'-'K reLHl'rtr,
sy-'t iiiH'ie x.-rc s -. v. i i-li builds up the
I'liVsical po i els, a'el f ! ins corr -( t ha'd'a
of ord.-r and j r. inj 'io in du'y, atnl
ora iu-vtt a its c . !-ts with u.. r'.or flti.tsit
for the work "l lite
Cajitair.s lliliidiy ari 1 Th s levoil, and
Messrs. I. W. U .rel .y, Jo-i h B. Heed
Ciiarh-s J a!:i.;her and H. II. CuiJt.inj.'hnin,
of this city, are am ;!r the patrons of the
Col. Hyatt will he ha; ;iy to receive calU
to.. lay at ten o'cl ii k, from patrons or oth
ers in'.nf-ste l in scio n Work.
Stages of the Jiiver.
Bivtr marked by tiu fauu at this
p ut, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 18 feet 3
inches'. Fall limlnjj t rt vioiis twenty
four In ur.s, 0 f ot .") inclie.
Ch&!tai)ooo:i, Atlif. 7. r.iver 5 feet 0
inches and failing.
7. H.ver 11 feet 10
7.-Kiver C feet 0
inches and ri-inn'.
Na-hville, Ail:,'. 7. K.ver ft 7 inch
es and falling.
Notice in thin column mree llnea or lc-a iicenta
me insertion or $l.lM p r week.
t.AI!K A I.OVETT.
All personi" inleb td lo 'lie firm of Clark A l.ov
etl are enri ei-tly ri i)tteHed to all and Be'tie with
out d'-lKV. All i rediuirs of the linn ;w,ll pleaca
furnish n c with Bworn Btateuu nt of thvlr claim
ut oik e. I hii. liti.-iin mtiBt he ..ttl..d with:n the
i.eu te '1hi. (iKo. KISHfclt, ABBlijnee.
Ca'ro. 111.. - :tri:-t 'th, 1M.
CAIRO ST A It LAUNDRY
1 would r.")' ctfully aniiniir.cn to the citizenBof
Cairo, thic I h ive ( pencd and am carrying on a
tlret clasH lauiidrv in il.e p ur of Winter' Mock,
on Seventh Street, wl ere I am prepared to do all
kindB of work in my line lu a Btitenor and work
n.atifhip Htyle. delving competition and at
r'8Bor.a:ile fiirure". Ail work uuaranteid, aud
prompt pawnent if any sfootl- ar-' loat.
N. II Entrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter' Block. T il :lm
Mrs. Kmilv Bowers,
Mrx. AMANDA fl.AI.'KSOX, Aent.
.Next AlcxamUr Co. U.ink, Mth sjt
tiiOood Ktock and Prices KeaBonablo gj
i:. Ar. HENDERSON,
No. 1!) I-Commercial Ave.,
Sole Asrciit foi the Celebrated
.Mni.nfai turer and Dealer lu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Hulldtra' Hardware and Carpuntera' TooliiTah.'a
and Pocket (Mitlcry, beat In the riarkrtt. itoiuri
Ilroa.' Plated Knlvr, KorkR aim Suoonn, Unuilto
Iron Ware. Herllu Karlhenwarc. vA'hite Mountain
Kreeser, Water (Violera, Knfrit'rator, Cluta.'
WrlnKer, Crown Flutvr, Ht. p I.addui, Oarden
lmplemeiu, (loldea MinrOll Htove- lient In llm
world, Lamp of every dcrrl' Hon, Klalu Oil,
Carpet Hwceperi", F. aider l)uter, llrooni, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full npply ol Fishing
Th ahovo it rnrn bottom price i.
Corner lJib nod Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. iii