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THE i)AU,Y UAiUO BULLKT1N: TUESDAY AlOUNLNd, A&GUST la, 1884.
Later Particulars About the De
vastating Storm In Austro
Iluuffary. Strange Confession of Crowa Witnesses in
the Miiatrasaa Murder Cas?, Com
promising the Prosecution.
The French Admiral Did Not Bombard
Leelung Expelled From
Pi;s i n, August 11. Later reports re
urJing - the great storm of yesterday
sliow that it was wore severe than was at
;t anticipated, lu addition to the
lUm.igc a' ready reported comes the Intel-lljiiK-e
that tbe bridges of Zebegouy and
Ar-zy h:ive been partially demolished and
tweutv p rsous drowned by the rapid y
ri-iuir" waters of the lunube. while on a
ii u is i ' t r of farms out-houses, cattle,
li .rt-s and other live sto.-k were swept
TIIK SICK MK.MHHK.
I.omio.v, August 11. Chas. X. Xew-dt'L'-jt:,
ineuiberof Parliament from North
Warwick, who fell in a tit on the floor of
the House of Commons Saturday night,
was sevcrelv cut in the head by the fall,
bat is this morula:,' reported greatly Im
proved. His early convalescence is looked
Paris, Auu.-t 11. Four French ves
els have taken up positions in front of
l01'.Mi TO UK lU'.l.l'.
The Tim'." says the French will hold
Formosa until' the Indemnity claim is
DKATHS I'lU'M l 1101.1 ha.
Maukii.les, August 11. -There were
onlv three deaths from cholera here last
DfisM.v, August 11. Tiion'as Casey,
approver in the Moaiitrasua miirdtrcase,
who recently confesse d tint be wis com
pelled by Bolton, Solicitor (or the Crown,
to swear against Myles Joyce and others,
charged with crime, declares tiio prison
ers are innocent. He repeated his con
fession to the reporter of the Vn ewtiia
J-iunml, which publishes it in full this
mornlnc, together with an interview with
l'hilbrin, another of the Croivu's wit
nesses in the case, In which 1'liilbrin ad
mits that tlie most lmportuut part of his
testimony is false. lie was coached as to
his evidence, aud weli paid for the part
lie took in the pio.-ctution.
I.omion, August 11. Tbe Tiint J Foo
Chow correspondent teleipaphs that the
French Admiral Leslies did not bombard
uor occupy In-clung, hut .-imply destroy
ed the fuits and then n. tired.
lixri.i.i.i.ii h:om iiisma.
Lonhon, Augti-t 11. The i;usians
have expelled seventy unemployed for-
i-i-'ners from the istiila district.
HA-sK liAI.I. IIUKVITIKS.
Score ol Games Play.l on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 5;
Cincinnati Unions, .linwns, 4; Cin
uuuuti, Chicago, l.l.ChU::igos, 11; Bu3a
Columbus, . CV.uuibus, b; Tol
.los, Boston, Muss.-Providences, 1; Bos
tons, o. Eleven Inning's.
Detroit, Mica. Detruits, 0; Clevi-.
Eichmoud, Va. Urooklyns, 5; Vir
ginias, 5. Called on account ol darkness.
Philadelphia, Fa. Athletics, i;',; Alle
gheny, Kansas City, Mo. Kansas Citys, 7;
Wilmington, Del. Wi mingtons, U;
York, l'a.-AUeutons, 0; Yorks, 7.
Washington, I). C Bostons, Na
New York. Philadelphia-New York
aud Metropolitan-Baltimore games post
poiitd oti account of rain.
St. Louis, Mo.-St. Louis, C; Louis
vi les, U.
Indhnapolls, lud. Columbus, 11; lu.
Cincinnati, . Cincinnati Unions. 7:
St. Louis Unions, 4 Ciue'uinat,c, 10;
Kansas Citv, Mo. Chicago Unions, 12:
Kansas City Unions, U.
How They Stani.
The following tables show the .standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and Including Saturday,
. . .
. . . a
n it an i
New Vork ......
til It I more-
Kttii.u.-i I it v
. . . . 7
ht. IjoiiW j
ColoiAd Cjnurjiamaa Deal.
Ni.v (iiu.'-.ans, l.v, August II. Ex
member of Congress K. !. Elliott, col
oiel, died today.
Mrs. Ediaou Deud.
Mi.sio I'auk, N. J. August II. Mrs.
Thos. A. Edison died yesterday aged
twenty-niue, of congestion of the braiu.
Miners Resuma Work.
Sil.iw.NKK, O., August 11. 'Jlio niin
ch at Bend's Mine, New Straitsvllle,
beguu work this morning at tin old pricn
of seventy cents per ton.' The miners
Lave decided that) any nilueMliut will pay
that price can begin work.
L'tica, N. 1'., August 11. The State
Workiugmeu's Convention was called to
order in the City Opera-house at half past
eleven to-day by George Blair, Chairman
of the Executive Committee. (Jawley,
of Buffalo, was made temporary chair
man, and the Convention adjourned.
Crop Prospects Abroad.
WASi.tNiiruN, D. C, August 1!. The
London statistical agent for the Depart
ment of Agriculture reports to-day by
cable that the weather of the !ir-t teu
days of August has been hot, forcing au
improvement in the wheat prospects as
noted in all European countries. It is
niaguiuceut harvesting weather.
Workiusmen in Louisville.
Lot isvii.i.t:, Kv., August 11. The
JW Franklin, Ky., special says: John
Wall, a prominent Logan County farmer
was fatally shot by a farm hand.
The Trades and Labor Assembly had a
celebration in Louisville to-day. Five
thousand workingmeu paraded the
Cincinnati, o., August 11. At an early
hour yesterday moruing James Wright of
No. lo Kossuth street, staggered iuto the
house with his mouth and cheek bleeding
from a horrible gash which he had re
ceived at the hands of some person who
is yet unknown. Wright's tongue was
lnirhtfully cut, rendering him unable to
ta k. While passing the corner of Fifth
and Broadway he was attacked by a gang
of toughs, who knocked him down' and
beat him in a frightful manner. His head
was beaten with a club, and his face.
tongue aud neck cut In a most brutal
way. He was then robbed of his money
aud all articles of value and left. His
condition is extremely critical.
Grain and Provision
MONDAY. August II, lfM.
cotton steady: m'lMimir. lou ill'-!.
Fi.oi.-h Steady: XA.A to cuoicu. 12.63 zXH):
puients. t j.: ut-'i.fio
w HhAT-i.ower; ho. Hel. f-KsJc for
new; .No. o lii-i, new, 7',T4'Je.
Con.s-Lower: iNo. liuxea. 47 ' IT.c: Kn.
2 wlnte mixed, o-'lij.Vj'-je.
HATS Lower: .No. )!. ;::ilj.
Kvk Lower; No. ."'.";; olo.
ToilACcn-i-irm; lui.rs: coinmou to i-Ikiick
tii.i-ilg.Oi; It-it I" ; common retl leaf. tT.'iifl
lO.OU: uie.Uum to (rood i'.i.O J'Slt.oO.
1 1 at 1 ruino s.00'i'.l.ue lor prmio to choice
new: clover mixi-d. f . 1 1 lor umii'iioii u
iinine: choice new timothy. 11.0H ' I'M): lim
IIittek t-irrncr: clinlccto laiiev cn-aiiH-ry
.''j.'le: tlmry, clioice to luuey, iiilc; :uw
Kiii.s Jfuil; ciindled, iusr. lJlt't's' mark,
J'OTAIOK lliiil. at I- :'i4Tl;e er husilfi.
Poiik 1,'wit t : new mess. fjr.".'i'.; l-.u i.
l.Aitu Sieady : priuiQ ttieuin. T'B '.;-,4c.
flACos IMiirs. U'4'i-'.c: eliorts, 10ilU!.jc;
c I'-ii i nOs, I' u.
W ool Tiilj-w ii-hed. ehome, ie: fair.
27-:.--c; J i iiirv uu'l lok- 4 -'Tt. l"mvalic.
Choice medium, ,e; t'ooj uvi'rau inciliiim
r.'iAK)! seifi-ii'.j liirlit till" I'. 41.1.-; it' 1 UV-era.-!-,
K.',l7e; lii-uvv i:-tl."n-; eointiiiiL.'.
UIO'i'l, LVC.'lu: COIIlljill'.', loW L'l'.'lli-S, l.i 1,1-1 :.
IliliKS Ouii-t: drv tlim, l.'i :c: ilaiuairi-'l,
l--:e: nuns or -ta.'s, Viv; ory saiti.-a,
Ue: dry s.ilte-l. damage U I'u;: kin an J
calf. si:t-- l. '-,e; da n t.--I. r. imii.s an 1
Bt.i.'S, o'iC-; t'l-een, uneured. ;e; oiuii:i,'ed,
mii:i:p rr.i.-rs w oak; ere n. "n ',sic; dry
kri-een siii-arliiiii. l;u; dry do. io'lit-; lam!)
Viu;a r Lower; No. :. It.-d. Ann-it,
ss ..c; S-iitemlier, !Ue: Octoli.-r. iil'i; .No-
veinbei-. vr.e; lH-c-ein!,-r, w4e; May, .M.wt
t oiin W'e ike-r; Ati.'U U. "i' e ii-ke I;
teml.er, V.'i-; (ictolier, :i'Mr, Noveinlier,
ie. I ia a -s-W i-iilier; Aneust, I " o ; M.-plembei-,
Id v; ' Kitolier, :c."a(-; Xovemln-r. .
f II li t il).
Win. t r WVa!,. r; Aua-usf, ' (: Seii-
t in I -t r, 7'.i ,e: lieliiljcr, sose; No.eiil'er.
lie: l)' i t'-nln-r, si'i.e.
Coiin l.nwi-r; .Vilifil-t, ro .c; Si-nleml ,
He:oln-r, IHe; .NoM-mliei-, 4"il.c, m-.ii-.
i .e: May. I i '.i;
o t is W i-iikei-; Auirii't, Si-hIciiiIkt.
.'L.e: Oetoliei', -.'"'je; -.ir. -p.c; y. u .-. "Me.
l'tiiiK-"i:einlie-r, i:jMi: year, fl-..-.,.
I. Kli lower; Aiiril-t. 7.:;; ,; s,..,.
leml cr, y.:., ,; I lelolii-r. 7..'i'l: I leeeielii-r.
MMIM ltllis Anuil.f.
'':', Heloliei-, lu liM.
1 " : S jitom nor.
1 ive Stock Mark . i.
Hons lteeeo.ts. Ll.imi: miI'v.- li.-i...
liidit, Ja.l'i "i 1": marli iiaekin.'. .v,
l'.,.ii.; heavy liaelUII mid ii.oiiiir ." Til I
I A TTI.K Hi ceil its. I. II I: i a it ,.j ,,,i
'limlity Ide hiiflier: exian is. S'.a ..i. .-: ike
to (-in ce. ni.i)"ii..vi; (oniiiii n to mil-, $i.i,.,da I
o.ni; icxiins::iiclnnli. r.
Mll l l' lleccilils. vio.v 1 i'( i Li- l,,w..r.
' nonoiiio (iood, ?..-.ii.j,l.::,.
' vn ia;-M.ir iet H tudv: L' I .I,.,,. I r..
- "i-i'iiia in ? i -.Hi; tin- to iiu-
Illllll III ?"....-!,.i.,li; ll.-llt -tie III l If, .I-;.-.
Ilia. l'-. III lie! sl,.a,lc- a. , i-
eomiin it in t tup at .-1 I.,; tocinico
H :.Ti"l."."i: W if.ci-n I onlis si i.-.,, -.
d i. iti -a 7u.
11...' vi...a. ... i . ..: .1
l.lvl.wcr: iriM.il Vorkei-v :,.N,,oi n i- , '. .:
1 1 .. .'utin "ii i.ii hi ' rr 'i i n i hi.
?.i.iiO"4) .ill; Hood tin-limns nn, licit v. lion
11." I, Illl MJIU.
KANSAS (I IV.
rvm.i:-eeoi,tS, :;,ll7'l; V(lliil T.-!l Sl-U'lvt
me liilin nut i vc weak and 11 .-hade 1 meV;
iniiive s!e-r, l.'.'i") to I.'iim iiuiii'l-i aii-iit'n
..: 0; do, li.MI to I. In I pounds iivei a,-o!
M 7 i","i.'.ii; si ekei- an I IVelois, .(.: 11 ti.at:
('ws, t:J X) o :i.7 i : Texas tei i-a, ..!.. v
v hiiis-KiT,.;,, s . im; ,. no I Ho
lOWiT. bill 's 111 tf.L.iiK't 1.: in 1 11 e n
MD-.ia'-lf.-e. v, l"i; Mii.o .it f l.i)i" 3. T.'i for
tail-10 koi (1 imctoiih.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Yoiik, Aiiu-u-t II. Mon v, l'i toS 111 r
cent ; l-'.M'luuii!!- iiin i; (loicniiiMMits dull;
eili reliey, I! , l.'i lild; 4'n, coii,i)iis, Hii ,,;
4 ','. do.. II'! Imi
lliesioek iiiii'ki-l (ilieiiod
weak tlii inoi iiiiiu' on tlio ainiooiH
t"'1.','.',1' "" n'""-' n Mi-ei-t Nicioimi
Illl-I' ll lllllf slueks. mill ,y (.uvollliili.. all -Oi ls
. in- i" n - (mm inn 11 iniiri' in 11 t 1 i-.iim
eiiil iii-iitiiiioii-siiei-eeiri.) iii (inwiiiif 11 m ion
ni IIIIIIIVOI Ilili- II HOI'S 1-iMriOi nil nil n (In.....
iim nie tlie Hcikei-lioldms, wIhi sold w.llioiit
nseiTo. Liirirer imll 1 n,lo. n 1 1 led to Mi-uly
He tiniikei. imi aiie"ons wero iimticH-. it
wii-not initll tin- si-lllnif ea-i-d tji Honicvihat
t'nil lliei were ul I" to stelll tlm iIowiih itnl
''' ur ' I" Til" lowi-st point of ((.U!iio
runirei! iiini, ,ts!' iiy,ll(iii i.H.st in !)
'lecline liiel l en i-ceotcroil miller 1 1111 li il
up in oi p.hs, 1 nit at l ;.'w tin- luno was ievcrisU
mni iiiisi t ieu,
After AugtiKt 5th to regular Rubtxribers
who m not in arrears, Tue Bli.i.utin will
FOK 20 CENTS 1EU WEEK,
Paya'ile weekly, or 5 weeks for One Dollar.
No reduction fur pnyment iu advance, but
if rubscribeis prefer to py yearly or lnlf
yearly in advance, they can do so without
Tin: Bulletin wi 1 contain all the 1"-
ca! news without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in tul
Vance of d,e St. Louis morning papers.
iiKN'K!tAI.i LOwAL fTKMS
The finest and chearest black Silk to
be found tit Mrs. Williamson's. 4t
15 ')' number three made his appear
ance at the fireside of Mr. Will D. zot.it
Grand moonlight excursion Tuesday
n;gli. Icecrcim free. On boird Three
The incotnii.g Texas & SI. Louis train
w is dctuinul for about nn hour on the
levee yesterday, by a derailed cngii e at
the foot of Fourth street.
Fre:di Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth find commer
Joseph Ik-math, the Sixth street jew
eler, haj gone to l ine Bluff. He packed
up Stturdiy evening and departed Sun
dty. Blick and colored Sttins at .10 centJ
per yard, at Mrs. Williamson's. 4t
Judge J. II. Ilobinson performed the
marriage ceremony for a Birds Point, Mo.,
couple yesterday afternoon. iThe parties
were Mr. Spencer Mathers and Mrs. Pi er-be
Mason. No cards, cake or cream.
Don't forget the grind moonlight ex
cursion for Tuesday night. Gents 50 cents ;
ladies 23 cents.
Hon. F. K. Albright passed through
tlis city Sun lay en his way home. He had
been in attendance at several public
gatherings in different parts of the
District during the week, and been receiv
ed with much euthuias:n.
Now is your time to b:iy tips and
plumes of nil descrif tions at cost at Mrs.
Williams! n's. 4t
The Three ijtat.s will nuke another
trip up the Ohio to-night under the same
excellent management as before. The af
fair and the boat are in trusty liatidn, hence
all who go will be sure to meet with noth
ing but f leassnt impressions.
Lidies will fiud it to their interest to
look through Mrs Williin-n's stock of
embroidery and laci s 4t
Capt. Shields and party, who s'arte
up the Mississippi on the steniii'-r Arkansas
City Saturday right, for an extended tour
of tbe northern Ukes, returned Sun lay.
They got as far as Dog Tooth I -nd, where
they lotin i the river g irge-.l wrh ice, unel
they had to turn buck and I otdpotie their
it H iiu iii Ai d uiy.
-The mooniight excursion given Tuet-
uny ni'Mit win te tiic graiiiiest iitiair oi tiie
UcHson, with the best uubie in the ci-y IVr
those who wi?h to trip the fantastic toe.
The members of the Blaine and Logan
Club, of Cairo, an 1 all voters who are in
favor of the election of Blaine and Logan
next November, are requested to meet to
night at eight o'clock, at Oi l Temperance
Reform Hall, on Tenth street, up stairs.
By order of C'ominith e,
L. I). Baylky, Scca
Entire stock of ladies' underwear is of
fered at cost. These goods have been
bought very cheap, ami must be sold to
make room for fall stock, at Mrs. L. F.
A story which 1ms been circulating iu
ll.ia .ilv t'..r ui.vnr.il dm u lo )l.u t,lT..t llml
it mi'inlipr of I tin I In 111. lav ( 1 inrdu slmf nrul
.... . . .
killed a negro attendant who went with
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loeui ( ixdiiie-ni, in nnoii u lllliricniioil
lt .,. a,,.,,.,,! ,ri, ,.,, ,Q ,,. ,.., i;,.i.,tf
touiuiation in iict, so Ltr as we have been
I nidi, to lnrn
. Tin. Kl.ioml frlxn.l i.v, ll,
" r. ...o,w ....,..
the new Three States will be uivc-n Tues-
day night. Snup s best cream will be iv-
i ... . i w
lwny ") manageis, .HCSStS. iMorriS
The 1 n-t examination of teachers to be
held in this county outside of Cairo, before
tin; opening of schools will be at Hodges
Park, Aug. 2!Jth. All teachers who have
not ceitilicuti s lo cover the entire time for
which they are engaged to te
I ' n
arli, must at
tend this examination.
Mrs. L. C. Giuih,
County Supt. Schools.
Iu Vienna, . I ihnson county, the Pro
hibitionists aie also moving to have a full
pnlititv ticket in I he I'mlil 111, il .nvLma
' ' "
for a Congressional Convention
clloiCU for CollgieSMllKI) is Hull to be Mi
I.. ... . ..
I lii'iie, latiier-ui-iaw 01 Mr. Walter War-
(1,,r ofthisritv The movement in viurun
L' ' " movrmi.Ilt IS MlgllO
hs vet in all parts of the District, but it
.', , .. ... ... ,
Will Crystllll.'j It.-clt bholtly and SOOII WO
. ,. r,,ll (I..L ,.i in dm It .1 1
uuiy see a lull ticket in the held.
, , xr c u . 1 1 1
Paducali News, ol Saturday: "A col-
I . 1 1. ..!-.. ...I i
uicii uiau uuui vmiii i.ui.nu iiuuiu nuo not
learned, was shot by accident last night on
board the sseatner Neabit. Iu walking
about the forecastle of the boat, be tripped
and fell, and exploded a pistol lie was cn
ivirgin his breast pm-kit. The ball loos
ed through the lleshy pint of the 111 1.1 Hiid
ma le a painful but not necessarily serious
wound. The injured man was dm; of the
excursionists which visited the city yester
day." lilaine, Cleveland and Hendricks were
all school teachers in t',:eir early days.
Aither was a school teacher, an.! so was
Gntield. Both Maine aud Cleveland wtre
at one time teachers oj the bliud; Cleve
land taught in the asylum on Ninth Aven
ue, near Thirtj -fourth stree', New Vi rk,
while BlaiLe tauglit iu a Pliiladelj hia in.-ti-tuiioii.
It vks there l.e met the lady who
is now his wife, she bang a teacher also.
U.aine and Cleveland, have never met.
--The Ki publicai) paity Iris a Lull Ired
tin usan I federal ofiice-liold. rs, M il will
have a campaign fund of millions, ca u tib
utnl by ii.o.r p' llstic inteie ts to work f r
Bl one. The Di inocra: ic paity has neither
the means nor the disposition to succeed by
tlie 1 llicial intei.'eii nee or by fiibery; but
it can appeal tv ntid. nt y to tho-e who fav
or gi" d a:i 1 hull' s' goVetnti.eiit, w ho I old
that :ix !( nus are ti.oUgh f-roiie paity,
w lei orleivt-tin' the Lu oki sh. till lie 1 ver
hauhd at the erd if I w ci.M -fur eii s of
flej iili.ii-111 1 ill'-, and wlioile.-ite to t i.rn
the rVc lis nit.
O.i Suilday Dr. P-ilket W:.se:illcl U.n-II
t-i dre. -s the stil l loot 1.! 11 mall l.clil' il loliy
I.. May, an employe of the Moimd City
Ways, who wnsoii his way to Cairo, atoot
on the Wabash track, sat down mi the track
and want to sleep, and was struck by a
p-tfiiu engine. He is oi e of the many co
pic w ho s- em to lub ir under the strange il-lu-ion
that railroad tracks are laid hip!
m ait.t :ned t xc!usiely t serve as lodging
pUce-i lor peile-triaiis who hi.ppen ti) get
tired while moving along from city to rity;
an 1 he is one of 'he many w ho Hie unde
ceived every yeir, but is more fd'unaie
than many of his brethren iu that he escap
ed with his bfe.
Messrs. I. N. Smith and Woo l H.tten-hoii-e
did not tike sny contract fi r earth
works ht or neir Metropolis. Tie y went
up to 1 ok over the c round, it is true, but
fitind nothing eiicoiiraging iu the pio.-pect.
The riilroud coiiij any wi:h w hich the ci'y
and citiZ'-ns Invc acmitr.ct for building a
leveeand ru ining a road down to the ci'y
has not given any stri ng pioof of earnest-r.e-s
in the scle mi'. The levi e was to be
finished by the Is" i f Janutry m xt,m d the
comp-my wi.l have only ubi ut three
months to f.i.ish it in bi-lori- high witter
will come and ptevi-nt woik. Mr. Mnith
.1 . r , . 1 .1
s-is mat i t aoiiiit nx ini,es out irom me
city the raiiroed embankiiieiit could be
easily made without nnn-li expense, and
that liewoii'd be jjerfect y willing to take
the contract of doirg what the coii-panv
has obligated itstlt to d", i' -r tlie moni y
promised it for the work, seine $28,000;.
and he would consider it a paying contrret.
A fL-lrng party comprising abi u a
di-z- n young men. went in two skiffs icros
tberivirto Kenturky Sunday, "to fish."
They were well provided with everything
that goes to make up a well npiipped tish
ii.g party they had plenty of ham, mus
tard, t read, peppi r-satice, pie and water
melons, also i;urjs and amunition but
they very wisely did not encumber them
selves with fi-hing tackle, that nn st need
less of all the tupeifluius attachments of
model n fi-hing parties. On the way they
ainu-ei them-elvts running foot rices,
shouting at targets and playing leip Iro',
is wliichM t'.ter sport Fad II aas w- n the
only pie the party had left when it reach
ed its destination, and Lis refusal to1 w hack
up" threw the whole party into mourning,
and none of them now tver f-petk as they
pass him by. The paity fished diliigently
all day and found sevtral tine specimens (f
the crab variety, thit were ripe ami looked
very tempting at a distance, but tle-y were
itway up in the topim st branches, beyond
the reach ot the drag net. They ail fame
back sometime dining Sunday night.
They are enthusiastic in praises of the tiip.
They had a glorious time, and ti-hing and
hunting was jut splendid, not to say p. d.
Li i.e .
Archbishop Uym, of St. Louis has len
notified by a brief from the Pope for his
translation to the metropolitan see of Phila
delphia, the important paper having anit
ed on Thins lay. The ceremonies attend
ing the translation will be elaborate, and
will take 1 ice at the ci-thedr tl in St. Louif-.
The sirvicts will be of the most imposing
character. Solemn poriiilical high mass
will be celebrat-d. All the clergynnii in
the dioceSJ wi I putic pate. The sermon
will bj pre m'.ie.l by1 a sulfriL'an bishop
The vocal and in-driniental music will be
of the finest disciiiti in. Aichhi-hop 11) an
will leave S'. 1 ids mi the 18'.h ins', for
Philadelphia. A delt g tini of clcroynun
and prominent laymen will ic ivc that city
at once for St. Louis to act a "an escort n
his jouiney to Aichiiishop Uymi. The
Pennsylvania railroad coinpai y has tender
ed the us-! of a epcrial pal-.ee car, in which
the p.rty will make the j urney.
Within three months a'lcr his im-talia-tion
Aichbishop Iti an will be. obliged to
apply to the pope in pe son, r by pn xy,
lor the pallium, a symbolic oin , me fit wi rn
only by the Pi pc, patriarchs ml by Aich
Lishops. The P' H'iiiii is a li.nl ol' white
woolen web, about thim inches wide, upon
which black tiosses ate enibroiilcnd, which
enci.'cles th-; neck if the Arcl.bi.Lcp, while
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japaimud 1 Jerlin and Aato Waic?,
IJinl Cncs, I)ith Tubs Water Ooolrrs k Ice Citani rn-rzers.
Affeiit for Ailams & Wcctluko Oil. Hasoliuc ami (oh loves, lb lioit
Safe Co., Hamilton Mod Plows, CliiUm! PU). s, Walking ( tilt. valors,
( oin Shcllers, Plantt'i-f, He, Ktc
Nos. 27 & 33.
'rrfiiiKr'iioxi-'. no. 'o.
0. T. WIIITl.OCK.
(iicoi'ssots to (ioliistine & I os n water i
Iarj;K and complete stock of ;iiU' F ui iliiii"-
Huts, ('aps, iVc, At.
DIM Pfmi II
OPKX JUNE I TO OCTOlihli 1.
rri'IALS: 88.UU por w-k. Special Mali's (o
L'amilics on A p)lic?at,ioii.
ANALYSIS ( F ONK (JALLOX OF W.ilKK,
SPJUXflNO. l.-sPlilNd NO. Sl'iilNfiNO. :i.
I'arb ol Iron
('bioMil-j of Iron
Sulphate of Iron . . .
Chloride oi S licm
.. 10.3 j
. . l:.'.i) Sil:c Ves '.'...
. . tiaci Sulphate iI Ir ji 1.' :j
. . trail i urlii u ite of I-en ... "J'i.1
. . :;;i 0 Ali.a'ii 1 1 i;
. . Ol d Sulphate ol Attimina . ( u 7
.. -I'.O SulphateoI'M v.-m-sia. . 11.
. . 00.0 Chloride of Sidluui.... :u.
.. J2.0 IC'hloride of Calcium . . 1 " 4
E. A. BURNETT,
I ook and
is prepared t do Job Print imr of every description from a
I )odicer to a Three-Sheet Poster on the 'shortest notice mid
in the best style, and at the lowest p'is-.ilde prices. Call
and ;et his prices.
OFFICE:-Xo. 71! Ohio
two binds of tae Web fall up in tue breait j
1- or in part fr 'in fie wool of two lambs
which are ani.ually blessed a: the feast of"
St. Peter and St. Piul in the church of St.
A'.'iies, in Home. Its use is held to Fjmbol
ize the r.lHce of the "'ahfpherd" beating the
lost sheep on his sh lUeie-r. Until he has
received it he can not, strictly speaking,
auriie his title, convoke a council, conse
crate bishops, ordain clerics or consecrate
cati.-m or churches.
Mr-i. Williamson has just returned from
St. L 'uis after an alf-ence of two weeks
with a full line of goods which she has
bono!, t very cheap, aud int-. nd-i fjivir-o; her
customers the benefit.
II its worth $ 1 for oO cents.
Hats worth To; f. r 2V-.
A i ib iot of Ilin Ikeri hiei's worth a dime
for l.ve ci-ii's.
Little Kirlx' liliek silk Mits for loc,
Little boys' Walhti. of all hi-h, fn in 'sITjc
Ladies' Aprons from l oo up to .V)e, a job
Tbirty-f.ve-cent handki rehiefii olfi red
ft r 1") and 20 cents.
Kntire sti ck of silk and kid OIovch at
A clearinir si.'.e of Millinery Goods to
be sold r ejurdless of cost.
A nice bunch of black K'o-y tips for
The Kohbins Show.
The till boards, windov.s and dead
walls in and around Cairo are covered with
the bills which announce the coming of
Burr Bobbins' circus, Aug. 15. Let Burr
come, for the children want to pee the
elephant, and a u'reat many frown people
stand ready nnd willing to take the little
ones to the show nnd tee that the lions do
not eat them while there, but to pay their
way into the tent as well. Of course the
grown folks do not want to see the circus,
they Biuiply want to show the little chil
dren the animal?, including the elephant
and the behemot mentioned by Job.
A New Nationality.
The Evening News, Sydney, N. 8. W,
Australia, siiyf editorially : '-It bus mysti
fied doctors, ilcliediled sulTerers and dispell
ed the doubts of the moat incredulous. I's
virtues are praised by llioiHands who hive
been rescued from yea's of torlure. The
world-l'nmed St. Jacobs Oil has come to be
justly and universally n c uzni.ed as the
ca i no, in.
r;. w. wiirj lock
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. . 17.x
.. 10 ft
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OX' I o! Ali,n.:t lii.).
-i j-i,l tie el M ,'.'! e
I'ati ' tiic Acid Oas..
u'ph. li-.iir... (;...
Al'eil Sp' iiiifs. I'ope "o.. Ills.
Levee. CAIRO. ILLS.
Mr. ll.iiii.-, i f the Atyii-, u
Sun lay ail ha- i i en i if ibi y
t .keli tii'k
Mr. .1;.". S...-: ii".:
Florida, l.cr- he had I
Mr. l'i .'.k L-i"r-l ,
i d S :n iny fr -in
n s i ia! ( i ks.
I I'n liii'-.l , came
ii t--r his Irieiids
down . -'i r i -t v i i look
The f.io l . !' Mr. (.'. 1,
Hockfor Ii! .. t , ;;,
S'Uar', are in
v t;.i -Ai.-eka witti
fli'Jlid- a-i I ! I .! ives.
Mr. Tl . r, tl - ii e ri on coimii"'
cial, ne-.r Sixth, I, is one L..stin iiisiniss.
He wi.l retur-i in a w eek or ' wo.
Maol-'ra'e A . I,' ii.in's is in Ijloniuin-
t'i, rejre--lit m' the Cairo ('. nin il of the
American L"i :-. of ll-'iinr, al the I'tnud
Council fir I ll-rio.-, hieh o-nvi uih
there t- I iy.
The f in-il' i of Mess. I, p, I'okei, M I',
(ilberl and N. II. 1 liistli. Aood, iie i uii i-r -tini;
in difl'erent inr'H of Ihe eountiy, mol
the tp.'litleineo an: i-Xpei n-l:: 1 1 1 : Ihe in iiiv
and varied toitun-a ol b .clu-hu loin.
Mr. K. II. Cuniniihiiiii nu-t fanoly hit
yi-Hterdiiy for n oii(,' Mtay in the Mist. They
went from lo le to ('Iiiim;;o, lioiu w hi nee
they will nn to Moiiiieal aud lliei e.f lo Oa
b-iville, Mt-a, whip- Ciipt. W. P. Hallnliy
and family are slill hummi-rim;.
XKW ADVERT IS KM KNTS
Niillrnn In t)il column nin e line, or less sScel.IS
one I ii Hon I on or l.ou n r week.
(ji.auk it i.ovKrr.
All pemon li.rteb ed to liu firm of Clark ,t l.ov
etl aru c-uri t-slly ri-iiu-Hi il to utl anil neitle w ill
out deUv. All creel i lorn of the tl r til w 11 p'fiine
fiimli-h me Hit'i nworn Kl.iti'iiu-iit ol their i hi inn
at oik e. I 111 t loiness ni'iKi lie n t tl. (I witlno tlio
next le (turn. OKu. KIS1IKK, AKvigiiuc.
Cairo, III., AUKUHt Mh, bsl.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDUY
I would repecl fully niinouneii to tlm cltisscnd of
Cairo, tb- 1 hitvo opt'iinl mid mn curry nil en a
Il rs t clam liuuulrv in ihe rear of Winter's lllmk,
on Seventh Street, where I am Jir pureil lodohll
kinds of woik lu my llnu In a eimi-riiir iintl nrk
nnuislilp stile, J, IV I nn ciiiiipetillnn nnd Ht
reusor.ii .It- fluiiri'n. All work uiiiiniutviil, tl it d
prompt tiRynirut If nny unoii urn lout.
N. It Entrance to liuindry, throtiu'li lltii irlvnte
entrance lo tlio Wlntvr'x lllock. 7 -4 l-:tin
Mrs. Kmily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA I'LAUKHON, Aent.
Next Al(x.aiuU v .'( lliinU, Hth St.
iirUo(id S;oik and Priced h'uftlooable.
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