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THE DAILY 0A1KO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKNINC, JULY 22, 1884.
LADY COLIN CAMPBELL.
tiho Fvovtsa Ilor Cuso of Logul
Cruelty and Gots a
The French Claim iu Madagascar To
Establish a Protectorato A 3,000,
Five Million Roubles and a Lot of Printed
Proclamations Seized in
jk;.u. cm i:i.tv i-koved.
I.ONi'ON, July TliS Colin Camp
hell (J:on.c case Is airalu before the court
to-day. Kecontly Lady Collu Campbell,
ui-e Mi-s Cietrudo lilood, an American
lady, obtained judicial separation from
Lord Colin Campbell on the ground of
!c:il cruelty. Lord Colin applied
f a a i)fv trial, which was refused by
the l'ri'sident July u, when his
JorJ-liip appealed to the Court of Ap
peals, and at his earnest request the facts
in tiif case, wuicu arc very uisnusuui?,
wen- heard in public. The Court took
tJiic to consider the evidence aud give
judgment. Women were uot permitted
to Le in court during the Leariu. To
day the Court delivered judgment, In
which a new trial is refused.
Tie Court held that legal cruelty had
k-en i rouu.
A dispatch from Watervllle says a dense
tosi at present prevents the steamer Car
tway froia completing the work of laying
tie "new Mackay-lieuni'tt cable.
MLS0.'S 1 ARL.WELL.
Kxtecslve preparations are being made
lor Mme. Nilssou's only concert to be
given here tills season at the linal
Albert Hull next Wednesday. Indica
tions are th.it the attendance will exceed
that at the farewell concert of .sir Julius
Iienedkt, given la-t month in the ,auie
a bad ri:KCi:ii:.NT.
I'Aias, Ja'.y il. The Journal ties JJt
l:U.f says: "The Egyptian conference Is
discussing not merely the reduction of
interest on Jiypt's debt, but the prin
ciple of repudiation. '-When once this
principle is admitted," says the writer,
"ay country can invoke the precedent,
a:id point to a burden of taxation as a
reason for reducing creditors' Interest.
what n:NCi: m.ma.is.
Lomiu.v, July -1 .Advices from Tama
tave state that the French claim a pro
tectorate over that portion of Madagascar
lying north of the sixteenth parallel of
south latitule. They alo claim an in
lieninity el J'OcV'oO francs, and further
indeinijity to compeiiate foreigners for J
losses durinj t.he war. France also pro
poses that the tjeen Shall be styled the
'J'.ieeU Of Ilovas OUlV.
coKNw u.i. i:i:MA.MF.r.
1m iii.iv, July 21. The examination in
the case of Cornwall, the l'ost-ollke Sec
ret try charged with infamous crime,
was ho! J tday, an ) resulted in Mr.
Cornwall being formally remanded by
"1 Hot T.LLSoMK Tl.MKS.
Sr. l'i.n:i:-i;rit,;, July 21. The police
of Wars v have seized 3,000,000 roubles
And numerous proclamations- printed lu
Uus.-ian and Polish languages, which it
vias intended to Issue throughout the
'Umpire, ia the event of the designs
auaiust the Czar on the recent visit to
Warsaw having been successful. Five
Terrorists have been arrested in
Moscow, in whose possession was
found large sums of money, dynamite
bombs aud documents. "The" latter
showed that since the coronation of the
1 z.ur, Moscow has been the seat of the
Executive Committee of the Nihilists. A
Hate of siege will be proclaimed at Wur-
aw, and the Uovcrnor-Geueral uud the
I'hief of Police at that place have been
The newspapers say that Uussia and
llermany propose the adoption of an in
ternational convention for providing
lueasures for the suppression of the
. i ....
i.omk, duiy -Ji. me otlkial U-iznC
will shortly publish a note from the
Vanish Government, explaining the re
ent speech of Seuor Pidaly Mon, Spaui.-U
Minister of Commerce, iu lavor of the
restoration of the temporal power of tho
Pope. Tliis explanation is said to be en
tirely sati-Iactory of the Italian Govern
ment. III-S ONLY 1AVI.T.
C harles Lamoreaux's Marriaife, Divorce
and His Wife's Death.
Hopk, Ar.K., July I'l. Charles La
inoreaux, who committed suicide lu St.
Louis lust week, w as at one time a rci-
deut of this (Hempstead) County. In
1 he married Miss Addie Williams,
daughter ol Hon. II. li. Wl.liatns, of
v a-hington, Ark., a handsome woman.
oy whom he had a son, who Is now living
with his grandlathcr. On account ol his
urinKin, tue wile obtained a divorce,
WftrhcU ujaln. and died tWrt VAflrtl arm
Juioreaux was considered a good fellow
Kooer, ana n:s onlyiault was drink
SfcUinir Beer Openly.
Maxmso, 1a., July si. -Tho saloon
keepers ol this place Lave been selling!
beer only ever since the prohibitory
law went into effect on the 4th TInl
town has a population ot i.'iki .,......
German, ami there Is little fear of tho
Jaw being enforced, as thu lnnh'!n,..
who are responsible tor the law, do noi
i oiwuk uiuuui(; me utrinau voters
Work of Eoaa Ageuts.
San Aktomo, Tkx., July HI. The au
thoritlcs of llandora, Ulanco and Boerue,
aided by the United Ktates Marshal, am
pcourlng the country for a band of road
agenta who yesterday stopped tho sUro
aud robbed tno passcngr oi be
nldea cold watcbiH, chains and jewnlry,
Tho road aenitta Jankcd the town afie
the Grtt robbery of the stage; aud lieu I
hailed It several inllc'i beyond androbbc
Uia tuauu ...... - - -
Wamiinotux, 1). C, July 21. General
John A. Logan's letter of acceptance,
under date of July l'.i, and addressed to
General John 11. Henderson, chairman of
the late Ilepublkan Convention, was giv
en to tliu public to-day.
Killed by Lightning.
U'ahsaw, Mo., July i'l. Lew llouser,
while load;ng hay uear Fairik'Id, this
county, Saturday, was instantly killed
by lightning. Ills brother was knocked
down and seriously injured, llouser
was a young married man, under thirty
Je.fi.i.v, .Mo., July i'l. The rain of the-
past few days has had a marked effect on
growing corn, aud farmers uow predict a
full average crop. Wheat is being
threshed, and tho yield will be good in
A Cruel Conductor,
l'lirsiu-nciii, 1'a., July i'l. -Joseph Horn,
aged seven, for stealing a ride, was
iuionu oil a Uirnnnghaui street car this
morning by Conductor Lanuam and fa
tally injured by the car going in the op
posite direction running over him. Lap
ham has been arrested.
Njw German Daily.
Sriic;nKi.i, III., July i'l. "Tho
Fiellevllle Publishing Company," atlJelle-
ville, was to-day licensed by the Secre
tary of State. It wlM publish a daily and
weekly newspaper in the (ierniau lan
guage. Hon. W. C. Kueffuer, Arthur
Hecker, 1. II. F-iscumayer, Jolm Lorenzeu
and Joseph Dletz arc the Incorporators.
The Saratoga Races.
Saratoga, X. Y., July i'l. The weather
is cool and clear, and there is a good at
tendance at the course. The first event,
for a purse of ?;)j0, all ages, distance
one mile, was won by Fond du Lac, with,
Mush second, and Nortnanne third.
Time, 1 :33 Mutuals paid SU'.ao.
liar Last Convention.
Milwai kkk, Wis., July 21. At a late
hour last night Mrs. A lioot, of .Southern
Illinois, was thrown from a carriage in
this city and injured so seriously that she
died in a short time. .Mrs. Koot, w ho
was sixty-six years of u'.v, had been at
tending the National Educational Con
vention ut Madison.
Wily Ben Will Wait.
Lowell, Mas-;., July 21. General But
ler has arrived, not having been here
since the Chicago Democratic Conven
tion. He said he had not submitted to
be interviewed by a reporter since he left
Washington. In response to an iuter
rogatory he said he was unwilling to irive
his opinion regarding the Democratic
Convention platform or Us candidates.
Jle said he had no opialou or statement
to give at present.
Grain and Provisions.
M'AIUV, JI LY i'l, b-l.
Cotton Steady; m!lilunif. VPiW-ii.
Fl.oin Stoieiy: XXX lo choice, ? .luit. :!",;
W iitAT Lower: No. "-' lf. MVi'je for
new; No. 3 U"d, new, T oTI' e.
Kt'oiiN-Ste; dy: No. 2 imxeo, i'i'il'c; No.
I white iiii.v"i. ,'ib v
oats Miirlier: No, 2. aiPoie.
Hve Nominal ; So. . "i"C-o.
TniiAe'i u-r inn ; iuxs; common to choice
f.YTiil'J.WI; leal'; common n-l leal,
lu.i: iiieiliutii to irooii ?'.'..") 'ilT. Vj.
II av I'lMirm 7.(j.4I-'.ih for prime to fancy
new: clover mixe,i, t .',n vv coininon t'i
innie: timothv, i io.ojj.ls.AJ lor primj to "gilt
Hi'TTF.it I'lriinT: eholceto taney creiiMiery
i Uairy. elioiee to luucy, lliilOc; loW
i;;ns Kn-y. lit 10',.l'i1ie for strictly fresh.
1'otatoi: Firm ut 4. l'i,'tv or liu-ia-i.
I'iim-imn; new mes-j. ih.t ij,, mi.
l..lto Nominal: iriin; Pte.itu, H ''j,er,
IIachn I.Diiirs, '4V-iiC; Hiort, OV'i'.'Vc;
Clear ribs, ' 'IM:
W iikl, Intj-w.v hel. ehotee, '-"'o: fair.
J.i''2-c; lm:ry un t low "I ' !,. t nVislnjl
I 'lioico mc'lium, "D ic; iroo'l Hvorae ini-liutn
lli i.iic: fleeied liirnt hue l. tl'.ie: iron I uv-
W'HU'e, lii-'.l7e; lieioy Jii "J l'u ; eoniliin, U
Dm l, SJ-ift.'le: comijim.', lo irru-les. Ij'tliu.
IllDKS Uuiet: ilry Hint. Pie: iJaniii'.'e'l.
1'le: nuns or na.M, lue; dry ealtc:,
1-e: dry saltel, danvfl, lie; ku mil
euif, 8ult-L Xvjp; ila iuu-e I, 'c; imiiS mi l
Hie.'S, i'4e; fc'ict'ii, uiieured, 2e; damaged,
tilKF-P PixTS W'c.k; (frf-ti. 70 V.'le; dry
tlo, 4i)'',7le, as to amount an I 'inn iiyof wool;
rceii siiearliius, Lie; dry ily, l ) J,l y;; luiuii
Wiikat Weaker; No. Ked. A iiwu-d. tw'.r;
Kcptemtcr, li-c; Oetowr, jf l.ij-8 ; Novem
"oit.v Lower; July. c; Atiiru-t,
r.i-je: September, iW'iei e:obi-r, Novem
(j t- Si-a ly; July. :',! Auu-t, !H'c;
.eptemher, J-i"ic; 0'r,ln;r, :'.le.
( 1IICA JO.
Win. vr Cio-f.l weak hmiI lower: easii
He; Aiuiiii, Kl'.e; Septe-miier, s.'je; Oj
V.U.t. CoiiN K.i-i'-r ut .M:,e ea-ti nnd Julv An-
KU-l uud .-i-pt.-iuii.-r. .'!; UetolnT. ".Vi'.cr.
I ' VT4 Lower: .In iv A.i.f.ut !:..,..
Si-plemli r. ;.'i',e " '
I'l'iOv Sie-.i"! ,-; Jiiiv-una iu niui so- ,i.i
l,ioi l.;i.-ier: Jul v. 17 ir;
Live Stock Marliols.
i ou' ic-ei ipu. i,,'ii; riim kel r iuy un 1
h c luwi-r; lit
it, :) i roiitfn i n k-
nil.', ?-'i 'i'l:;.."!.':!;
Piii-r ? v;.tr- -..il.
li' uvy pie kinvr n-il cli p-
I M "ILK- lP-ei- I.N
ii'ioiit l:, (hm Ti i
d'KI'l tl, f'ii,-
inn; evporoi. (-i..ii'm;
t'!."i": ei, in i. on In -.wt.
i iji-i.;.i; ',-.uiii,
:ge lower ut .,.n,! j .vi
IIKII'-lii-eli.H -Vo; k ,dv:
; r -01111111, ri l j
in i, u, , ei'-'-ini :i in u ni
I M II.K-.ll 11 Ket llr!l,. ... .. ,i
pound- Mild ut ti:.:iO"4:i.;ii, fn,nj '.),, p, j'p,,
inner: 111 1 I -lei -1 HVi-r.lL'i' r in in l I '.I.
pouieis HI ll.MJ 11,.,.,: I Hi,,:,,- ... xui
MII.KI' AM) I, Will 'li,-, hut
noi iiin.'iipy Kiw.-r; tne,u,,ii to L'no
H.lt i...ii; i 1 1 1 . -1 J. . ( -t,, In, r !.,-1, from el to
ll", Ii HI I mill Ml In !, hj .n-i-rii r,
' ii'-. e r;u',' ?,..j'i l i.,,, I,, i' inn-..
I.I'MII", II i.
1 1 il l(,-eeiit;, 4.iille i-(iiwiirm., tlii-miu-h
eill-Hi .1 CHS nil IllltellelS L'Md
until : to-iiO jouiid- 'oil, it '); elos,
CUTI.K-I.'uei. pN. llli.a,-tti-il; nallvft
hi- r-oi l"i Mo I, ti i p(,uii,4 uveriit'ii yjiiiL-g
I i, tliesiineol '.I.VJ In mii nil.' nvnr-
" i.7j;i."i.ii; crass T-xun
Hi er, l ii l. r,,
lloiis llcci- ptn. MM,; iipeii..,! f-. tuly itiel
mi l elnvd w. u; heavy t.'M1'u,j.lj; HkIiI,
"' " 'is, i
Siii Ke-IOTi-lpt-i, ti.',; unlives of 7H pounds
avia,'e at f I.
Money and Stock Market.
Xi wViiiik. July ai. -Money 1 per ei.nt.;
I.wluuik'i' linn ut 4xe,.pi,i: (iovciilineiiH
Mr.nx: eiirreney, ii', . ,i; 4, roiipon.
'M' . . TiK-M ivm
m '.M'1";!'" In,""k 'narkm (In morn
oil.', nnd In t:i.. i,-t f,.w mi,,,,,,., , ,ui,H
vr-re ni,.r .11 o il -u p, ,y , ', -
l ort.ny eli,j.i,,s , iinli-r ih, r
prlee took ... np.md turn, ,. rM ,' 1 "
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Local on third pitgn.
Miss Emma Kiley has taken a ilesk in
llio (dlicn of Mr. II. II. Can dec.
Full in line nnd get your campaign
budges at Miller's jewelry store. lw
Mrs. Charles Young returned yesterday
from Parfucnh, where she had been for sev
eral weeks on a visit.
Wanti.d-10 pmiuds of clean, white,
cotton rags ut Thk Bullktin Office, tf
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Black left yesteidny
ftflernoon for Cliarleston, where they will
remain several weeks visiting at the resi
lience of .Mr. Black ami others.
NiTicii Past due accounts will be
thankfully received by Win, M. Davidson.
Mr. U. II. Candee nnd family, tuconi-
pHiiied by Mrs. A. K. Siffiird, left Sunday
for a pleasure trip East. They went to Os-
tervule, .MiSJ., and will lie fonn sivi-ral
Mr, It. If. Jones, of the Big O Line of
steamers, left yesterday afternoon for Pit
man, Flo., on a visit to his father, who is
a prosperous orange-grove cultivator there.
lie will be L'one several week?.
A man named Ilayden. was snot and
killed iu Bard well, Ky., last Friday. Hay-
den is said to have been a rough fellow,
very abusive to his wife, an 1 this was the
incentive which led his father-in-law to
A young negro named IUvid Malp-w
stole thirty bran sacks from Mr. John llatt
one day last week, lie was arrested l y
Deputy Sheriff Myers, i.nl yesterday
County Judge John II. Robinson sentenced
lam to two and a half years in the Reform
The young men of this country win are
to cast their tirst vote this fall will, w ithout
regard to political antecedents, vote for the
galleut young statesman Orover Cleveland.
The responsibilites of government rest main-
ly on the shoulders of the young men, and i
while Orover Cleveland is the choice of the
'.d "wheel horses" and the youthful, mtell-
igeut and vigorous electors alike, yet he 1
iniy be denominated the young man's can- !
Officers Mahany Ilogan and Dunn
made some inquiry as to the stopping place
of the negro Harris, who burflarized Mr.
Chapman's house in Vienna some days ago
and Wis taken thero for preliminary exam
ination; and they found a valise containing
two suits of clothes, a pair of suspenders
and some other articles, Mr, Chapman
identified the suspender as his own, taken
Iroui him at the same time the watch and
nnnty were taken, 'ot a cent of the money
was recovered from Harris and the suppos
tiou is that he spent it all.
Some time during Saturday night a
white man was robbed of $100 on II i I road
Avenue, near Twelfth Street. A negro
giving his name as Jno. Chapman was ar
rested by Officers Maliinny, Hogan and
Dunn, ou suspicion of being the guilty
party and subsequent developeinenti prov-
1 they judged rightly. The victim iden
tified the negro as the robber and a board
ing housekeeper downtown, with whom the
white tnau had been stopping, also identi
fied Chapman as the fellow with whom the
white man went away. The victim said ho
whs in search of a confectionery i-ttnd on
Commercial just above Eleventh, which es
tablishment he ha 1 some notion of buying
out. He was a stranger in the
couldn't find the stau 1, so he consented to
the negro's proposition to leal him to it.
Thcnegro led him up 11 tilroad Avenue, and
when near Twelfth Street, the white man
saw that he was being misled and objected
to going further, when Chipiinn suddenly
sprang upon him an 1 robbed him. The
neoro will be examined to da) hi Justice
U )binsou s court. Chapman is well known
to the officers here bs a cr iok. Hi; is
known to them and among "the ganj.'" as
"Hawk," a very suggestive an 1 appropriate
appellation. None of the $ 1 00 was
found in Chapman s posscssinn. t is
thought that he hid it somewhere.
Some days ago Officer Tyler arrested a
negro named Harris, because he was known
to be a suspicious character. Harris was
fined f 100 and costs, and j tiled in default
of payment. Rehire placing him in jail,
the officer, as is usual when placing a man
iu j til, took charge of the prisoner's per
gonal valuables, among which was a gold
watch which was turned over to Magistrate
Comings for safekeeping, Latt .Saturday
a white mau gained Chapman came hero
from Vienna and instituted an inquiry for
a gold watch that had been stolen from his
home, together with sfi,.j m money,
about a week before. Ho enlisted Deputy
Sheriff Myers and Cuhttable Martin in his
search, and they, after trying to strike a
trail at every other place in town where
the watch might have been put, remember
ed the watch taken from Harris arid left
with the Magistrate. Mr. Chapman was
able to describe the watch accurately, even
so far ns to give the number on tho inside
of the cuso. The watch m question ans
wered his description fully and was turned
over to him. Mr. Chapman was nccoia
pnnled by Sheriff Whittaker, of Johnson
County, who took the prisoner with hnu
also. Harris is a dangerous character to
have in any community. Ho has served
two terms in tho penitentiary for minor of
fensep, being Bent up once from this county
and once from Tulaski County. He is
brother to the negro Harris, of Pu
laski County, who was nominated by tho
Republican party of that county for County
Clerk not long since, but was defeat
ed by a Democrat w ho received tho support
ol the honest Kepublican voters.
Mayor llalliilay'8 rpspons to Mrs. Anna
E.SaUord, accept inr from her, in thu
lianic ot'tlio (.'ity Coiuipil, Iicr R-tl't of
I lie Sall'ortl Memorial Library Hiiild
injr. In Sunday's report of tho intere8tin ex
ercises at the Satrord Memorial Library
liuil luii.', several important leatures were
necess irily omitteil, chief among which
was the response of Mayor Ilalliday to Mrs.
Safl'ord, accepting tho lady's t,raml jift to
the city, lie spoke as follows:
Mas. Safkohd: -The City Council has
iven mo a most agreeable duty to perfoim,
to receive, iu its behalf, from your geim
ous hands, the papers conveying to the
city of Cairo, the A, R. Saffonl Memoriul
Library Building. This splendid gift to
our people from a noble woman, who lm",
with true wifely devotion aud discernment,
so appropriately carried out the unexpress
ed, yet to her well known, wishes of that
good man, whose name is fixed in the
grateful he ti ts ol every citizen, more lust
ing than the letters of stone, which name
this building. His life, character, pursuits
and inclinations all confirmed in most ap
proving manner this graceful ud devotnl
act of yours.
Those who knew him well Mini Inve tried
to follow the straight path of his noble ex
ample and upright conduct, hear, as if from
his lips, the words "well done." Your
friends all the people say with one
voice "(lo 1 bless you for this magnificent
dee-.l!" An I those words of praise wiil be
echoed down through the years to como by
the multitude who enter the welcome halls
iu search of the knowledge and pleasure,
freely to be given all who may rome.
On behalf of the city and the citizens I
accept these papers and the property they
convey with gratitu le and thankfulness.
And I trust that tiieir successors iu office
will show the same proper appreciation of
your generosity, that the present members
of the Council have shown in liberally pro
vi ling the necessary funds to support the
Libnry in a manner becoming the struc
ture donated therefT. And though you
have pissed this beautiful building to our
ownership and keeping, we earnestly ask
tin! you do not feel aliened interest in
the olj .-ct and pui poses for which you
built it. We w:!l yet need your kind en
couragement and good advice to aid ns in
establi-hin m ire enduring!)' the Library
aud Museum, which yourself and the other
noble women of the Woman's Club and
Library Association Lave nouri-'icd into
it present satisfactory condition.
And to all citizens we will ar pe tl to
their duty and to all other friends we will
ask their aid in making donations of books
to the Library and gifts of works of art,
rare curiosities and other worthy contribu
tions to the Museum. And thus, with such
liberal sums as the City Ciuncil will yearly
provide, Cairo will ju-tly b nut of a Pu'jlic
Library, such bs few cities posses, for which
we will always dunk the woman whom
all our people lnv, an I who lus shown her
love for us in such a beautiful and b-. fitting
AN KXI'UE:SlijN 1 AITUhTIA i ION.
Due of the most interesting features of
the exercises was the presentation to Mrs.
Saflord, by the citiz ns of Cairo and for
use iu beautifying the exterior of the
building, of two bronz-statu-s representing
Clio and Concord u. The sutues are about
five feet high and beautifully moulded.
- tjlio is from the Greek Kleio or Kleios,
meaning glory, renown. In Mythology she
is the muse of history, represented as bear
inga half opened roll of a bo,. k. D ligh
ter of Jupiter ami Mneinosyre, she is the
mother ot Hyacinthu and Ilymer.a ns.
Concordia was the Roman Goddess cf
Peace. CNmillus First, the dictator, ra'sid
a temple to her. She is represented as a
matron holding in her right hand an olvo
branch and iu her left a cornucopia, au
ornament representing a horn from which
issue flower), fruits, etc, an emblem of
plenty. Her symbols were two hands
clasped together and two serpen's entwined
about a wand.
These statues Were purchased by a fund
to which many of the citiz ;ns of Cairo con
tributed and were brought here and set up
one at each end of the at u;e in the Lecture
I 'Join, unbeknown to Mrs. Siffird, who
saw them for the first time when she enter
ed tho room Saturday night to present tho
institution to the city. They were formally
presented to her, on bch ill" ol the citizens,
by Mrs. Laura J. Rittenhouse, in the follow
ing interesting little address:
Mv Dkaii Mas. S.utokd: It is my
happy privilege, in behalf of the citizens of
Cairo, to present you with these two beau
tiful pieces of statuary the 'goddess of
Harmony and the goddess of History.
Though thu moneyed valuu of the gift is
limited, tho wealth of respect, gratitude and
atrection'.aeeonipanying it, is beyond compu
tation in mere dollars and cents, and far be
yond my poor command of language to
convey to you in words.
Our people fully appreciate the broad
generosity, thespiritofself-sacraficed, which
has iu luccd you to bestow this beautiful
building upon our little city. Y'or, after
all, those who know you most intimately,
know that instead of a sacrifice, it has
been a source of deen and continuous
pleasure. To know that others were nappy,
to help make the rough places even, to quiet
ly find out the wants of the destitute and re
lieve them, have bceu your chief delight,
Examine our lanje loi'k of Lilit Wear Uiidenvcsir from
the l.Vci'iit gauze 'Undershirt to the finest 85.00 Ilalbrian.
Our stuck ot Summer Hosiery is complete oomnrisiiD'Ti'.ie
Thread, Halhriin ami Silk lialtvjlose. "
S-T-K-A-W H-A-T-S g
in abundance. .Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our largo stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and" Waists
Tim "I 'iihii-f" Clothier.
G. T. WHITI.OCK.
CLOTl I ING I l O LTS U.
(Sucopisiojs to M lii.e A l.os iiwuti r .i
A I iiiA'c and complete stock of (ienl.,' F;iniihin (ioods,
Jlais, Caps, te., iVc.
OFFL K: limn No.
u m v ax i i-;s
livei'iio'd n:nl I.i.ndoii and t.lobc,
(MTimma hie Ins. Co..
luiiiiii'iu r. v ji. ins. iu.
Howard lnv Co,
KarnuT's tire lu. Co ,
Niagara In. Co.,
STOVES, -:- KAK0K8, -:- TtN,
J a)ainu'(l HcrJin and Ao;at "Ware,
Iiid Cages, Bath Tubs, WaterCoolcr.s & Ice Cream Freezers.
Asrcnt lor Adams & Wc-tlake Oil. Oa-olinc and (fas stoves, Detroit
Sale Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
( (in Slielleis. Planters, Ptc, Ktc.
10S. Li C OO, CAII50. 111.
TKIiKIMIONK NO, "JO.
since he, in ubii-e mi-uiory tl.is v 'ificu (im
liceu built Uji'ui o.ir sil, Hn I wlioi; rotiiiu
is enijriVL' 1 upon the hearts of our noilc",
rrost;ii t!i; invijibli: line i'i.l nssed un to
a higher niotenC'.1.
Tho intelUctiiiil lii,'ht (tiinin within
thm'i wall', will jit'ii'trute and brighten
iu my hours wiiieli would be otherwise duil
ft!) 1 ch"i':k's.-. Tli j .toits oftlioiiyht nl
Hcienci) an 1 iiitullienr.u wdl spryid from
those roo.us n 1 tnkc finn li !! u;ori the
brains of our ).. i;ik'. In tin: conooj ti iu
of tho thoiiolit which hit ciiliuiiifited to
uiijht, nil tlitsii tbinirs mint huvo come
pltinly bofore you. Too solid benefit, the
hupjiiues.'S tb.; culture iu tli'a minner iiii.1l
possible for nil f u-. As with onu hu:irt
ftnd one mind, I I'cid u-sure'l thu pcop'e. of
Ciiro are unite ! in tlmnkin you, imd,
thouoh the ir'ih they brin' you h ho smull,
Comp'iri.'d with tin; munificent ono you
hiive bestowed upon tliem, nevertlielei's, it
is aemi'mo expressiun of their wirui un I
sincere ull'ectiuu for you.
S j deli'htifil were they, m sppfvinj;, ho
lilj'jral, that almost before tlie (jelf-cun.sti-tutud
solicitors were, aware of it, more money
had been i;iveu them was neces
sary to purcha.se; the st itue a ducted. Then
thu inspiration fl islicd through their brains
that ti) piocuro your pictured iinae and
n ivc it hen; Upon these walls, where every
in in, wuin in and child niiyht bcconic
famiiiar with and love it, would bu the
most applicable and .satisfactory disposition
they could niilvo of the surplus money in
their hand.s. So, whether .she wills it or
not, the fane of tho Utile donor lias become
l)rt an I parcel of the in st precious bt
lonyiii;;s of the inh ibit m's of our city.
Miytime forget to n;;e youi warm and
ten ler lieait, may borrow ever come veiled
into your presence; may the goddess of
Harmony drive every discord from your life,
while the ynddess of History keep your
nerve forever fresli Mid ureeu in the hearts
of our grateful people.
Most persons ioivo au idea that any
one who sends a loiter can telegraph to
tho Postmaster at the olliuo of delivery
nnd havu it returned lo li im. Such,
however is not thu fact. Tho post
master at tho oll'icu of niailiiijr is tho
only person who can recall a letter.
The authority was only recently given,
the privilon heretofore boinsr exercised
only by the Postmaster Geueral. There
fore, ii' the sender of a letter wishes to
intercept the. missive or have it return
ed to him, he must apply to tho post
master at the ollb e wheio ho niailod
the letter. V. U. TimLi-lkmocrnt.
1 1 l-i-t !
1, M. A 0. 1!, li. JIuiMhi",
- CAIRO, lA,.
u i : i i i i:s k n ti-: i ) :
New Uik Yi.Arrw l il. i 's Veiicv
iu i man-.A im i h-an l, c, "
; i it v or I.i'inloii.
Aiiiiion In. Co..
Continental Jps. Co,
N itliwoti in Muluai Life Ins. Co.
Nolio In llu colummori-'e Him or lff iictnt
iin 'n-crooa or 1 n r wiek.
I.'i'K SALE I'wo (!i-Mrnl! i li.t on ',',1'h Sln-et,
1 t oiiiiiiif Divi.iiiii. Ai.y to Jno. A 1'oori;.
(Siiecos' to Cluu. T. N'ewl llld atl.l
H.T. (ierould )
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fiftef
Commercial A, hot. J'entli and Ele
venth Ms ,
11 A j
Hiive Wi ll K.in eioiil Lift I'uiiipl funnelled aud
im; i.i. Ai;.:nt for the i.'eltlir.iu:il
'MiUCKKVi: F0JSCE PUMP'',
theh.-t .iitni evi.T In v.-nti fl . (Ihk Futures
luri lliei' to order, o.il t ix i nrcw repnirud uud
IJiiliiilni; itiwii Jt!y tit t.-H(lrl to.
IA II. NMITII,
(OHKIIT A. lUITU
(irand Central Store.
D1C ALU l(S IN
CJS IKO. - - LXjIj.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miolo to Order.
8lli St., but. Ohio beveu A Commercial Avo.
OA IKO. - ILL
Ki'imlriuy neatly done at Mlioi t notice.