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CMUISTIAN ( IIIMM II-KliflitiHilli street
lulrteell Wa-lilliloiiiiiid Walnut.
.Mt-vliiiit evcit .Siitnl.i) ul Hij a. in., mi'l H
"sunday "i lionl at !1 p. tn.
Prayer mct'llmr nliit-Mhty cv cnliif,',
Preaching, Habbath at 10 a.m. and 7i p.tn
I'riTer mcctl k, Wtdne-day at7J p. tn.
-s,thhalh .School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lanrden, Su
perintendent. He v. II. Tiiaykii, Pastor
ilK11101IST.-Cor. KlgMii and Walnut Ht-s.
I'n HClilntr, Sabbath nt HIJ a.m., and 7 p. In
Prayer meeting, Wt-dnctilar.'t p.tn.
."abf.atli .School, a. p.m. 1.. W. fctlllwoll,
Hupertntendcnt. Hkv. K, I.. Tiio.MI'Mjn,
I IILHCli OK THK UKDKKJIKll (Kpifco-
iirnlmr Praters. Sabbtth Hit a.m.
r.vemrw prayer, 7J p.tn.
Sabbath school, !i a.m.
IUv. K. CoaN, Hector.
eT. PATIUCK'S CIICHCH-N'lnth it. m)
1'ilbllc fc-nlec, riabbith fe:10 anil 10 a.m.
piT, T p.m.
Stbbatli School, 2 p.m.
J-itaIcc every ilay, h a.m.
Hkv. 1. J. 0'IUi.I.oiia, l'rlft.
-T. JOSKI'H'ri cm'KCII.-(0;niiati,) cor.
tier nt Walnut an.J Crof -Uteti'.
!, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
enjicrt., 'i p. m.
Mm diiriiii; wcul; ilayii, o'clocV a. m.
Ucv. c. IIokkma.s, l'rle't.
Utet between Washington Avenue ami
l'reachln Hunilay iDoniuu; at 10 o'clock,
habbath .school at t o'clock p.m.
Hkv. C. UueitHCiiNEH, l'ator.
VOI.'NO MKN'S CMUISTIAN ASsoOlA
HON. Iti-jfUhr meetlnt; kecoud .Monday
each mouth at their room over Hockwell
A Cu'a book (tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'rayer tiicetln, Krtilay, 74 p.m. at
I.. W. Stili.wel!., President.
SKCOM) MISSIONAUV IIAI'TlnT
IIIHC1I. ConitrSyeamote and 1'ott)-
lllrt Htrect". Preaching feabbath at II
it clock a. in. and Jo'clucU p. in.
."ilinlay icliool 1 o'clock p. iu.
The church r connected witb the Illinois
Afooclatioti, by the Klr-t Miuloiury Hap-
tl-t Lburch ol (.alro.
Hkv. Solomox I.tdnmhii, l'a.tor.
AKHIC.VN Miri'llODlST. rourtcentli, he
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Servicer, Sabbath. 11 n.m.
ftabbatli .School, lj p.m.
Clara IIK'tli at 'A p.m.
tKCOND KHKK W1U, ItAl'TIST'-Klf.
teenth .Street., betweeu Walnut and Cedar.
Service sabbath. I) and 3 p. in.
Hkv. '. Hicks, l'ator.
KHEF. WII.I. HAI'TIST IIOMK MINION
.-AHUA'IH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street".
Subbath School. 'J a.m.
rmsT khi:b will iiattist ciiniuu
scrvlcru, habbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. A. 7i p. m.
Hkv. Wi. Kkli.kv, l'a-tor.
1US7 MISsIONAHV HAI'TIST CHLHCII.
. edar, betweeu Ninth and Tenth 'W.
l'reachlng Sabbath, ldj a.m. and 7i p.m.
I'rayer nittctliie, WdtiodHy cveiiintj.
I'reuchiu', Friday evening.
Skbbath .-chool, 1J p.m. .loliu VanlSaxter
aud Mary stetiheu.Super1iitciidHiit-.
i lev. T. J. Siioiiks, Ta-tor.
SK ONO HAI'TIST CIIL'UCII-Kourteeuth
ptreet, between Cedar und Walnut. The
only liApl!t church recoijnUeil by the A-
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. Jacuii Mudlkv, Klder.
t A1UO COMMANDEHY, No. 13.-Staed
Af'tmbly nt the A-yluro Jlusonlc Hall, tlr-t
and third Monday-. In each month.
0A1HO COI'NUI., No.24. HeKUlarCoiiwi.
cation at Muonlc Hall, the econd hriiUy
in each month.
LA1KO ClIAl'TEH No. 71.-He(fu'r
vocation at Maonlo Hall, on the third
Tuevlay ol cverv month,
,AIUO I.OD(.E, NO.SI7 K.A A. I.-Heu-
lar Commutilcatloim at Masonic Hall, Uie
n'cond and rourth Mondayii of each month.
THE OUI.KKM.OWS. , , ,
Al.KXANUKll I.OlXIE.WI-Meet.ln Odd-
Kellown' Hall, In ArterV bulldiu. every
Thurday evcnlnK t s o'clock.
(lovcnior John I.. lteverhtKe.
Secretary of State-Ueoru-c II. Hallow.
Audltornf SUte-C. K. l.lppincott.
Slate Trcnurcr-Ci-pcT Hutz.
Altoriiey Heiieral ,)ame K. l.d-all.
Supt. l'ubllc Inntructlon-Nevvton llutcman
Scuatorit-Ulchard .1. Oale-by and John A.
Uifepr'ei.cntatlvo Eighteenth UMrict Nace
MEMHKHH OKNEHAI. ASSEMIII.Y.
Ueiirefeiitativi". In tin; both dMriit.p
Jolm II. Obcrly, Wm, A. Lemma and .Math-
'tiatorVoMlie f0th dlMrict.-Je."c Ware.
JudL-e D. J. Hakcr, of Alexander,
statu'-. Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
t'leik-H. S. Yoetim.
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wm, M'artln Amenitor and Treaiuror.
Judfte- K. Urosa.
Afoclate J. E. McCrltc and 8. Marchll-
' c'l'erk-Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John U. (Io.imsu.
M ifNlCl PAL TioVKKNM KNT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. CunninKliam.
Comptrollor-L. H. F ulll.
r.i..,f-Mli' ine How OV.
Atlonicy H. Watson Webb.
police Maglktrateii-K. Hrosn and .1. .1.
Street Coinmla-loner I). J. Ualligan.
Health Oilicer-W. Wooton.
Miiinbiir I'olh-o Kureo-A. Cain nygcnt,
. Wliiteii'iil'. l'hmip Holm, Chas. Mehner
i ml P. A. Conimt.
' HOAUII OF ALDKllMKN.
Klrst vvard-lllrtim HUby uml J. M.
''second vvar.l-llorman Meyers and Wood
ilrdward-John McKwon and K. ICor.
"Xur'th ard-C. V. Nctlls and M. J.
"Fmh'wiivd-Jno. II. HobliHon and Win.
WAIU) & 110BKRTS,
DKAtr.iw is Window Shadks,
"Wall TAfKit, Tune Wiiitk
hKAD, LIN8KKD OlL
Hi-iUiTi Tuiti'KNTirit:, Omjk
gUKLLAll, AtCOHOb, Ell',, 1.10.
Washington vcnuo uml Eleventh uticet.
I mn rt
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
IM.'RTIIKI! DETAILS OK 'III IC
a vor:; a
IH liS AT
A WEALTH Y CITIZEN OK EVANS.
VILLE IS ACUI DENTLY
.MEN KILLED AND
A f ' 1 II K.V 1 A I. 1 1 150 tv XI VO .
KrAXiviLLK, Aui;ut Abraham
(iiiuibert, one of tbttnldctt Juwiib cili.eni
of Evanvllle, fell overboard from the
learner (ieoru Koborti about '2 o'clock
thl. morning, anil wai drowtieil. Tho
rumor that he had committed lulcido
i donlwl by hit most con.
fldcatlal friend. .Mr. Oumbert vvai
for many jer n niocetiful merchant, but
within tho put year failed, and this prob
ably i;ave rij to tbo imire'ion that he
TKKVIOI lir.I' lllT. ruM IIIM KI
C'im innati, Aui;ut S!2. TIib train
from the can orer tho .Mnrielt-. and Cin
cinnati railroad did not ronrh Cincinnati
depot till I 10 thii morning. Pauengen
on thii brought, in tlio main, confirmatory
of thti colUiilon near .Montgomery itntion,
with tome, hdditionnl mrticularj Tbo
Hilliboro and Lovuland icrotiioilation, to
which tbe HCiident oecurod, lft Mont
gomery rtation on tiniM. The freight
train bound from Chillicatho to thin city
in charge of Conductor I'uet, w behind
time. It i laid hit watch wa- !t minutes
low, and In nddition it i reporled that
h.ngineer .Smith and ho hud tome word
at Loveland, in vv'Jeh tlio engineer said
he would get him into dimYulty bufor
ho got to Cincinnati. At anyrate
tho freight ilttrlcd, z peeling it ii (aid, to
make thn twitch At .Montgomery ttation,
but fiillnd, the collitiuri oc.irring at n
Bbarp "'irvi, while tlio freight u run
ning on the panungcr train s time. The
two engine grappled uach -ither, reared
up and ttoud almoit erect, the hatrgage
car following. Tho paienger ooachen re
inainud on the track, but tho thock was
terriblo to tbo p&ieim:ri, nono of whom
were tericuly hurt. Cliurlct Huther, flnj.
man, remained on tbo engine with hi
father, Klmwood Hother, thu engineer,
and wat 'Tuihud between the llro box and
tender. Tlio father e-cap-d without ap
parently mrioui btnlily injury, but
appeared fo moveil by the ex
citement of tho di'njter that
ho camo faoin the wreck with
a disordered mind. lirakoMiian .lai. (i.
1'xrrigo, had in reipotuo to tho signal
down brakes, wound up his brake, and wat
aieiftting the baggage master, Samuel W.
Ilow.vrd, jtlso at tho brakes, when tbu
ihool; camp. Iloth were immediately
rusheit to death. Both resided at Hillt
boro. oiuo. Wnlter lthodpi, oinresi nics.
engor from till city, brother of J. II.
Khodes of Adams Kxpres company, re
ceived injuriet from liieh ho died
ju't aftor racbing the Cincinnati
depot this morning, making four deaths.
Alt othor injuries rccoivod wero Inconeld
crable, but it appoars clear that tho men
who bravely remained nt their posti and
lost their llvet, saved tho passenger from
ii feartul carnality- Tho oIlhiaN of tho
road acted with promptnss". l'hysiciant
wero taken from thit city, and n detcrmi.
nation it apparont on tho part of thu rail
road olllcort to hold tho conductor and on
ginecr of the (rolght train responsible be
foro tlio criminal courts.
FOUn VI KS Klt.l.KH.
Nkw Youk, August 'JJ.Whilo labor
ort thit morning wero pulling down a
building on West Elovcnth street, near
Hudson street, tho walls fell, Instantly
killing four of tho men an I so severely
wounding nine other that they aro not
expected to recover,
WAWASETT 1NV F.KTIU.VT10N,
Washington, Augutt -J. Tho Inves
tigation into tlio AVawassott disaster to.
day elieltod nothing showing the orign ol
I'AWNEKS AND SIOUV.
WamiimiTiin, August 22 It it Qlll
cially denied that tho peaco commisilon
era of tho interior department furnished
tho Sioux with breech-loader or othor
arms. Any weapons tuoy iiavo mutt bavo
boon furnishod by tradors. Olllclalt ro
grot that the friendship of l'nwneofl for tho
whitod should oxclto tho hostility of tho
Sioux, but it Is not thought that tho gov.
ernmont vflll4 interfere furthor than to
keep ioaco botvvoou all tilbus. The fact
that tho army uses tho 1'awnuoi as scouts
may Incur tho hostility of tho Sioux.
ItuHAKAl'OUH, August Tl. Senntor
Morton leuvoj hero thl evening for
ft K I'lltliinlCMT VI l.O.Ml IIHANlll.
LoNd Hhanoii, Augun 'JV'. I ho iuoi-
il.uil.an.l tiurlv iirfivj il hero at nnoll IU'
i uuuuiini hi u
A I'ATIIKIt K1I.I.S ONK OK 111
SONS AND ATTEMPTS TO
STATEMENT OK II IS WITH IN
REGARD TO Till: i,
TWO NKGIlOKS Ht'NO IN . A P.Y-
A IIOKKIIII.K SUENK
A K VT II KH VIVRURll't II 1 R fON.
Nlw Yoiiic, Augun Tl. Michael
llrodertek, who has been drinking for
wmn limy pat, quarrelled with hit mother-in-law
ht their residence, 81 Carmine
street. Ilroderick's daughters, boroming
alarmed at his violence, called to their
brothers in an adjoining room to save
their grandmother. .lamer, od nine
teen, ran into the room and en
deavored to taku hi- father
away, when the latter turned
upon the youth and stablied him fatally.
Another brother, John, camo upon the
Jcone anil was in turn stabbed by the
maddened father, but not fatally. The
cries of the fatniliy and neighbor at
traded tho police, who after a
great struggle succeeded in
pinioning llrodirii k, and tnking
him to tho station. house, whero he hi.
prossed himself Ignorant of any quarrel
or murJcr having taken placo. Owing b
tho beating and excitement tho old grand
mother lie in a critical condition. Hrod
erick and his sons vvoro cartmen, and because-
of liquor wore frequently quarrel
ling. TIIK Win: S STATEVIK.ST.
Mr lirodurick gives tho following
story of the murder of her son by her hu.
band, and of events in tho family im
mediately preceeding la-t eve- My two
oldest ions, my daughter and my mother.
Mrs. Wnldron, attended a picnic, Mr. I!,
objected, he did not want nt to go, and
was angry because we did , my oldest
daughtor and youngest child remained
homo with their falhor ; w returned
about lu o clock, and found
Michael at the front door,
somewhat under the influence- of
liquor ; wo went up stairs; went to bo
bed. Miko got up about J this morn'ng
in a very bad humon, and on going into
tho kitchen asked Clara if 'ho hail revved
a button on his pants, as ho told ber last
night, when she told him she
had forgotten it. He i-ommenccd
abuing her, when my mother, who
is T.'i year old, told him Iw ought not to
talk that way to his daughter, when ho
picked up one of tho boys' boots and
threw it at her; at this time John, aged
'JO, entered the room and tried to make hit
father keep quiet, but the old
man picked up a bod slat
and then they closed, James, tho
dead man, then interfered and tho three
wero clinching in the hall Ulvveon tbe
kitchen and the back-room. I started to
scparali) them, but before 1 got half.way
to them, James screamed,
"i a vi vn.-nnK.nisi,
And ran past me, and down stair.-John
followed him and the old man wont to a
i lihir and eat down.
This was all the mother had to say. but
the oldeit daughter told how sho followed
hcrbrothors down stair and found them
uti tho lira landing. John wat
attempting to lilt his brother, buf he was
so weal; from wounds ho couldn t do it.
Sho lifted James head into her lap. He
opened his eyes and said good bye, and
died. He had boon tnbbod in tho heart
twlco, and was dead in 4 minute alter
two .sriinoKs rxKcuTKP.
IlAi.TivioRt, August Two execu
tions, both negroos, took placo In Mary
land to-day. At a few minutes past 7,
Loven Palmer, at Toseventown, llaltimoro
county, for rape, and at llaltimoro City
shortly nftor 10, Ja. West, agn was
hangod for murder.
A SAK M ENt.
Hu.tw.:, August 22. When Mr.
Still, tho spiritual advUerof Palmor, en
torod h cell, I'alinor became so excited
ho raved and teemed entirely to forget
himself. In the pxcosh of his rollgious
fton.y ho thoutod, clapped his hand,
jumped up, knelt down, shook hands with
all, and throw himself into various alti
tudes. Thu execution was
accompanied by the usual
tcones. Tho execution of Wost was a
sickening spectacle. Hit vvholo body wa
in a ttrugglo, awaying to and fro, and his
hands clutched convulsively, wore drawn
up, and his head movod forth with spas
modic Jorke, tho blood gushed from hit
nostrils, taturatlng his whttu cap in front
and behind, and streaming down hit iipck
and shoulders. The ipasms continued be
twoeu live and eight minutes.
I'llOVI TIIK HUD hKA,
London, August 2'-'. DUpatchos from
Alexandria give tho particulati of tho
lost in the Hod sua, near tho Eattorn en
trance, ot a freighting tteawor from Sing
aporo and Shanghai for London. The cap
tain and olllcort and some of tho crow
wuro hut. Thirty-six of thu men renchod
land, hut fell into tbo hand of tho Su
.iianleui', a Moliammodaii tribe on tho
shorn of tho trull' of Adnn, and urn held
ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, AUGI'SP
-M Alililn, August '22. Cortet have
authorized prosecution by tlio tribunal . f
lustire of ip no doputos who havo been nr.
rasted Tor participating in coiiimiiuil in '
Itilollinrice roachci thi city thit t.n
JUm I'HIi hti tinsiiccps.ful Rtltnmpt was t
'iiiHiloonlliolifpol Don Alfonso, brother j
of Don Crlo. Tlio would.bo assassin 1
vvboo motive is not slated, vim executed
Alvke from tlio north, which tLi s.v.
, ernment deems truitworthy, reports that
j tbo CarllsU troops aro discouraged "'"I
Tiir. nmv pa in v.
Dfiii'uUK, Iowa, August 'J2. A u.Il is
puhllihod in tho Telegraph this morning
for a state convention of Democrats, Lib
oral Republicans, Anti-Monopolist and
other political elements opposed to tho
Republican parly, to be held at Cedar
Uapidt during the ttato fair wcok, on tho
'.tth of September, for tho purpose of har
monizing, uniting and combining all the
opposition to tho party in power in ono
organization, and to adopt and promul-
j gate a deultration of principles covering
tho wholo ground ol porsonal rights and
popular griorancco!, and nominate a state
ticket that cm be supported by tln polit
Wauim!Ton, August 2'.'. Probabili
ties For Eastirn and Middlo Atlantic
state partly cloudy and threatening
weather during night, followed by loss
cloudiness, varying pressure and high
tsmperaturo. Fjr Lower hake region
and eastern portion of Upper Lake region
incroaed pieisure, low temperature and
generally clear winds, continuing light
and variablo during night, but shifting to
northerly and easterly, with increasing
force on Saturday. For western portion
of lakes, thence westward to Missouri
valley and southward to -Mi-sour i contin.
uod high pressure, southeasterly and south
erly windf and light cloudiness. For
Southern state light winds, ri(ing tem
perature In .MiisMffippi valley and lost
cloudiness except on coast, whero light
rains may eontinuc.
- . . .
Itla nuil rnl I ol (hp Mlrrra
For 24 hour- ending 3 p.m., August 22, lsTR,
Cilro - !i
Fort Heiitun 1
Slireveport ill III',
st. l.oltii 10 0
ftt. Paul :i
Vicksburg o I
Observer Signal service, U. S. A.
St. Lori, August 22. Arrivod: City
ol Vicksburg, Vicksburg; J'.xporter.Calro;
Hob Hoy, Kookuk. Departed Hob Hoy
and Johnson, Keokuk; Hello Memphis,
Momphit; Magglo P, Illinois rivor. Clear
and very warm weather. Pilots of upper
say thov have not struck, but only contend
for uniform rato wacct. Somo of them
have retired from their positions, but pro
fess they bolievo tho company will tie oil'
the poor men who aro now working for
smallnr vvago and who accodo to their de
mands. Louisvu.lk, August 22. Hiver risen u
inches in 'J hours; C feot .1 inches in canal
and .1 feet in chute, Coal fleet has com
menced to arrivo. Arrivod: II S Tumor,
Cincinnati; AIpx Swift ana bajgo, Cin
cinnati! Sam Miller, Kotoluto and Chnrlo?
Hrown, Pittfbiirg, with tows of coal. De
parted; II S. Turner, Now Orloanj; Alov
Swift and bargos, Tonnesfeo river. Mer
cury 91 at I p. m.
Kv'ANSviLt.K, August 2'J, Wcathor
clear and warmor. lllvor staionarv. Up:
Oeo, Itoborts. Knpidan No. ijufckstop,
Ozark, J. S llranstord, Mary Amont,
Lawronco, Charmer, Tatascon, gonorallj
with good trips. Iluiinost fair.
Cinvinnah, August 2'J. Hiver 12 foot
and rising- Arrivod; Itermunda, Evans
vllle, Dorartod- Ashland, Wheeling.
Woathor cloudy and warm.
Mkmimiis, August'J2. CleurHiid warm.
Itivor falling stoady. Arrivod. City of
Augusta, vVhitu river. Dopartod. Capi
tal City, St, Luuis.
ViiKsiurKO, August '2'2 Down Susio
.Silver. I'p; Maly E. Poo, Futuro City.
Cloidy and wiirur Kiver falling,
Nkw Oki.kans, August 2-'. No arri
vals. Dopurted; West Wind, Cincin
nati, Pn isiiuiui, August -2. l'allir.gi f feot
1 inches by mark'.
St Lotus, Augutt 22. Flour quiet and
Wheat firmer, No 11 rod $1 30l !Hr
No t! $1 45 elovator; lamplo lota
No 3 tl i.8()l :t ; J,'o i l 10l 4D.
Corn dull and eaiior lor buyori, No '2
mixed 3!)3(llc tpnt, -lOo,
Data .Nil 2 2UGij',ijo pot 1 AugiKt 2''Jo
15 VO steady Nt 'J nr.p idevnto
- - - Tl s
no sales, baron dull; sliouhluri SifTTvU'c ;
clear rib lujf.r III;- ol.-ar In; hm,, f,i.
Lar 1 unchangud.
Whiikoy sparen and lirm O.'ip.
Nkw Oni.r.ANJ, August 'J'. Flour linn;
R'od thoice NN. ? a6f7j,7 tl; family
Coru.ilumatiil fair; mixed i.Tr; vulhi.v
and whito TOe.
Oats, fair ileiiiand at -l;l.Jf3;lfio.
Ilrnu, fair demand alid tupplv at '.III,1.
Hay dull, prime $21.
Pork scirro; old si", new till.
Dried salt meats score at lijc; bacon
dull and drooping, IiOl Uful Uc; haiut
Lard. Choieosrarce; ivrlme dull: tierce
Hifyc; keg 10(5llc. i
hugar scarce and dull; good to fullv fair
Molnt'ir, no movement.
Whltkey tearco and highor, flfTrl
C'ofl'eo: I cargos arrived at So OT
Past 2O(5,20c. '
Gold 11 j.
GENE HAL AGENTS
FOKWAKDINO and (JOMMIHHION
tl It tl S II A N TN,
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
Ami A-titi nr
OHIO HIVKU AND KANAWHA
SALT C!OTvIJ?A.asi T.'Hia.
7(1 Ohio Lkvkr,
i:. U. PACK A CO.,
I' H W A II II I N U
-A K 11-
FI.OIIU AND COIJNTI5Y PKODWCK
)'!: T K 11 C II II L,
MIX, X, 13 23,3" 7v.3-a33Sra',
No. SO OHIO I.KVEi:,
J. M. PII I Llill'S,
Forwarding and Commission
; WUAltK-110 AT I'HO l'HIKTO B.
prepir.;l to for-virl ill kinds of IV
to all point'.
WlUidinesii attsDile-l lo promptlTi
W.M. II. WALK Kit (JO.,
I Lain Walker A' Hair).)
fiKXKHAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
I nil s .i; nr
CoUNlllY, WksTKIIN ANII NOKTIIKItN
Nos, ;t and 17 Ninth Water Mrcrt,
JTiTHpi'i'lal aiti'iillou given to consign-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer lo
LtMR,'0VNT, PtABTBH, IUlK, KTO.
fiu lllilo I.eVPt-.
$30,000 WOUTH OP GOODS
I will soil my
AT ACTUAL COST
Ai I am determined lo close out my protont business as soon asposilblo.
.".n T0 AVOID ALL .MISTAKES IIKHKAFTER THIS STOPR
WILL HKSOIil) STRICTLY KOR CASH. ' S Sr0CK
July 5, lh;.t.
corr e r a s
CARBOLATE 0 F
CHLORIDE OF LIME
irosz aA iiOa
COUNKfl WASHINGTON AVEXUE AND EIGHTH STilKET.
3STO. 74 OHIO Lli"VEa
TIu.-. liOPii 1 (he Am.'t! :m puhllo
OVEU Till V v , i,.n .i.vr
Jl-t i.. U l t t q ii k.. j. 'i.ni, mid
lai ju y l i ii ', li 1 lb" i-.i i..t't i i'nr all
fciUrn..! WoiiiiiUCiitj, Ttiinn MhhIIiiim,
Sprain ', Umls.-i, A,' Au., fur 11 an und
licait. N i i.m..y ilxniKl lm a ulnle. da)
UNI V E Jt S I T Y
iCHrim.isii Kit is is'jo
lly niPinhers of llio society ol
,lels, and liicoiporati'it li.v an ae.l of (lie
Mute legl-latiliu iu 112, it has expeileneed
iiniiitornipted Mieoois, ami ronlliiues to ot-
rertlie tiuueiii ever) laciui) mr aeiiiiiiug ,
a thorough I
t'liisli'nt nml I'omiiiici elnl Kilumliuii
Itulletiiii are i-ont three tluici a year to :
the parenti or guardians of the ntudcnt to ,
inform them ot tho conduct, health and i
iuipnoveiiient ol their sons or ward. An
experienced tibyalclan dally vl-lu the in
vtltiitlon. and the grcatcl cm e and atten
tion are bestowed on the sick.
Hoard and tuition, por cluii, ton,
Tlio next tension ui'S'iis "o oi'iuvmuci i
Catalogues containing Instructions lo par
enn. aiidnillliaiticul.ii, will bo cent Ireo
on application to
1 Hkv. j. (T. Zkai.and, S.J..
Piosldent St. Louis, llulversliy, St. Lotilt,
.MlHsouri. 7-22 d.vvv lm
Cor.Elfistli muA Poplar
Informs Hit public that ho hasongigoa th
mirvleua of a Ptrat-elaai Wiirou makuraud
alaou Klrtt-claia Horse vhoer aud Is ready
to manufacture and epair all klud-i of work
OF G1TY AND CODNTY.
entire stock of
K. H. CUNNINGHAM.
II HOMO Cll LOR ALUM
L I M E ,
A N A T E 0 F I' 0 T A S H,
witl ont Uita Xintnient. Tho money
fuiidei: nulcsa tho Liniment ii as wpre-S
wilt,-1. Ho mrn nnd ot ILo cenulna'
ill X1CAN MUSTANQ mHiKITJ
oold by nil DrtlL-irUlMflud f'.iiin(rHi,,rJ1
at 25a, ttki. and .l.(H) per lloltle, Ngtlc
at)le. aUo of l-tttl,., A.-.K"" ' "
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OUlceover KlrH .Nallnnal bvk.
SAil I'KL I. WUKKLKll,
ATTORNEY S: CIIUNSEI.OR AT LAW
OitU'0 over Flr-t National bank. .-'.-IMm
GUKKN & GILBKKT,
William II Ulltei
-Speoitl atliDtlOD l'0 idmha'tT
OFflOH Olll'o tVI,00Ut 7 AND t OTO
OITT ATIOAL BAM.
John U. Mulkey. WllUtn 0. Mulkey
MULKEY s"t SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offlca, rear roome ovr Haanon'e book
W 121 COUWXUOIAli AVB0,