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Img (- Bvwry a.
0w. Mbms Im ordered tliat pro
. vision train be allowrd to run to the
Black Hills provided they are strong
enough to protect UiemselTcg.
Lt is Steward, the Independent can
didate for governor, ha been heard
ironi. II has been Invited to deliver a
Fourth of July oration at Newark.
ksss Citt had twosuroiuVs on Sun
day last. The weapon ised were pis
tol. One man blew his twain ont and
the other sent a bullet Into lite heart.
Oi.d Jee'' Xcx.vkiachkr, a num
ber high np In the Milwaukee whisky
rinjr, has been sentenced to five months
Imprisonment and to pay a tine of ten
iULsxsr' trial is act tor lite 5th of
July. A Iit of two hundred and fifty
one witnesses, embracing army ofWrs,
post-traders, eorrepndi'nt, etc., has
been mad up for ue on the trial.
Ai.ar.RT .Iks-sit, f Morris K'. Jes
tup, on of the tunst prominent banker
of New York (.'ify, w killed in a dik-l
in l olorado on Thursday last. The duel
wai louglit w ithout seconds and Jt-ssup
wa quietly shot by his opponeut.
Mr. Thomas W. IIiluday desires us
to say that lie is not a candidate for the
freneral assembly. Well, at some other
time Ke may be, and we are sure that if
he should ever break into the houe he
will be a conscientious anil intelligent
It was reported at Cincinnati that
Secretary Bristow had called upon Mr.
Blaine, after that gentleman had been
carried home last Sunday, and that he
had been ret use J permission to see the
sick stateeunui. The tact is, Secrt-tary
Bristow was the first man to call upou
Mr. Blaine after he was attacked by the
sun, and was refused admittance to the
house for no other reason than that the
doctors had commanded tbe .people in
charge ot tbe door to admit no one.
Fletcher, superintendent of the
"document roo.n" ot the House, is sus
pected of certain irregularities in the
matter of certain books under his care.
Some valaable document, among them
tbe 'Medical and Surgical History of the
War," Whetler's.Surveys," "Statistical
Atlas," etc, all of them very valuable
works, are not to be found. A com
mittee has been appointed to look up the
where bouts of the missing volumes.
Fletcher is a Democrat but a Democratic
House will expose his dishonesty if he is
guilty of any.
The two silver bills passed by the
bouse are known as the Frost-Payne
bill and tbe Randall bill. The first al
lows an Immediate exchange of ten rail
lion dollars ot silver tor ten million dol
lars of greenback, the UUer to be issued
in exchange lor an equivalent of frac- J
nonai currency, ana the lat to be do-
siroyea a soon as received by the treav I
. . . . . . I
ury. The Randall bill allows the gov-1
eminent to coin forthwith twentv I
million dollars more of subsidiary silver
The election of officers at the session of
the Illinois Press Association, held list
week in Joliet, resulted in tlie choice of
Mr. J. W. Bailey, of the Bureau county
JtrphlieH, for president ; C. B. Hay-
ward, Joiiet Sun, M. F. Iceland, Bloom-
lugton LeaJrr. and O. II. Robertson,
Sandwich Guutle, vice-presidents-, E. 15.
Bo-twk-k, Mattoon Gairtit, ssx-n-Ury; J.
n . Clinton, Polo county trttt, treas
urer, and S. P. Rounds, Chicago, (i. II.
Scroggs, Champaign OatftU, and E. B,
Buck, Charleston Omrier, executive com
The Woman's Inter-natiobal Temper
ance (rgvuzatioa is now in session in
Phihvlelphia. Iieiegates from England
and from Caxuvla are present. The tem
porary president addressed the meeting,
and thanking -ber EbglUh enters" lor
the cordial reception extern led to Mother
Stewart on her late tt-niperajicevi.it to
England, said : -God has chosen w omen
as uu evangelists. anl tlie bower
wbich came down on tlie women of Ohio
u bound to spread now, an J If your
nearu beat with tlie same strong power
al our, you will see the woiueu of the
two countries, to-day, clasp bauds at tlie
loot of tbe cross ami swear eternal hos.tll-
ity to the liquor traffic."
A letter Irom o.ueen Victoria, who hail
been requested to send delegate to tlie
convention, written by her secretary,
conveyed the information that "lie was
directed to say that her majesty would
not Intertere in this matter, and that it
smut rest with the public of ber coun-
u-y. as luanks ior mm gracious mes
sage of the queen, a rising vote of greet
ing, on motion of Mr. Crane ot New
lore, was seal to ijucen Victoria, "th
model wife and mother ot the world.
who, although as a queeu she could uot
end her approval, yet, were she unfeU
tered, would send us such word as wauld
touch our womanly hevU."
sue vouj on iuu was unanimous.
Mother Stewart an mauy prouiluent
crusader weie present at the conven
BtuAlir AMD IIUTOW.
The politician have been attempting
to alienate Elaine and Vrlatow, but uu-
auoceufully. Gov. William Ikennlsou
was tiM by a man in a railroad train that
Elaine felt very unkindly toward KrUv
tov, because of hi belld ol Bristow be-
log responsible ta otoe w sy for the
charge made against hint. The man
lae car mentioned one cxiargi in particu
fcf of A peculiarly offensive char
'-T, fcatry Bristow called
upon Governor Dennlson n few
days after the runn met Iennlson on
the cars and told him that he had heard
from the same man the same statement
In reftrence to Blaine's M-lings in
reference to him. Brltow wanted to as
sure Blaine without delay that he had
neve had anything to do with the bad
work of inciting the charges that had
been made against that gentleman, lie
and Icnnisou called upon Mr.
Blaine forthwith. They were re
ceived w ith kindness. Bristow told his
business. Blaine assured Bristow that it
was all right. In the language of Gov.
iH-nnlson : "Mr. Blaine, without hesita
tion and in an emphatic manner, dis
claimed ever having heard .Mr. Bristow's
name connected with the origin or pub
lication of the story, and said that neitli
er he nor any memU-r of his family, nor
any of his Iriends, ever charged, or, as I
interred Irom his disclaimer, ever sus
IHtled Mr. Bristow ot having had any
connection w ith, or U ing In any M-nse
responsible lor the story." Then there
was a Irieudly conversation between the
great men, and the houses ot Blaine
and Bristow were at iace again.
oaniTio r the jf.tt irv
The New Orleans 7W of Sunday las
contains an int noting arvount i.f the
pitwtent condition of the Jt-tli as noted
byji party ot prominent gentlemen w ho
visited tlie works in company with t'sp
tai:i Kids on Thursday last. The TiW
gives a very'lear account of the condi
tion of the South Pass before the work of
constructing the jetties was begun: "A
narrow pass ten miles In length and from
twenty-five to fifty feet in depth, rear led
trom the liead ot the passes to a point a
fi v hundred feet In-low what i now
known as Tort Kad. At thit point the
banks of the Pass ceased and the water
spread out ever a wide space, and found
its way to the Gulf in no clearly defined
channel. The forflt;? of the cur
rent was of course lost, an J as a conse
quence tlie sediment brought down by
the water was d posited over all this
wide space. From the point white the
banks of the Pas ceased to the Gulf was
about two and a half mile. From the
point where the hanks of the Pass ceas
ed to within thirty-six hundred fvtt of
tlie Gulf, the water gradually shoaled up
from twenty-five feet to eight tett, nh'l
throughout the thirty-six hundred feet,
the depth of water varied from six to
eight feet. Tlie task to be accompli-lied.
theii, was to remove what may
be called a hill, tlie base line oi
which, twenty-two feet below the sur
face, measured from the nd of the
banks of tlie Pass to the Gulf nearly two
and a half miles, and the top line ot
which, in the same direction eight feet
below the surface, measured thirty-six
hundred ieet. In other words, a lump
of earth two miles aud a half long at the
bottom, 3,600 feet long on top and four
teen feet thick, was to be removed."
Since the work on the jetties began.
nearly all of this vast mass of earth has
been removed, and there is now through
out the whole lenir'.h of the
works a clear channel ot over
twenty feet, with the exception
of a small mound at the sea end of the
jetties, which at the same depth oftwen-
ty - two feet has a base ot six hundred
feet, and which across the top, at the
depth of seventeen and a half feet, has a
breadth of two hundred feet .The o::n,l
ings were made at ebb tide and as rapidly
as the lead could be throw n, the boat
going at the rate of about six
miles an hour. The lea; denth shown
was seventeen and a quarter feet, and
this depth was found ut only one throw
oi iuei.-au.ani that on the inmo or
mound already mentioned at the sea end
of the jetties. The greatest depth found
was thirty-seven and a quarter leet
The majority of the soundings i-ho wed
a depth of twenty-three, twenty-live and
thirty feet, and tailed to re
veal the lor mat ion of a new
bar in front ot the letties
whi Ji lias been propheeied by theorists,
-niy a skeptic. ' says the Tun re-
lorU-r, '-utter making an Inspection of
the 'tties, can doubt tint a channel of
oer iso itunure-j ieei wiue aim more
than twenty leet deep will be obtained
hi a very -hori time, and that a channel
very much wider and at Jeat thirty feet
deep will be the ultimate result U the
THE VIDI AHO Of fcl.HK.
The committee that has had under con
sideration the i harge preferred by the
man Harney against streaker Kerr, re-
I port-d to the hou-- on Monday lat that
1 the charge bad lurn di-proved. Every
I member ol the committee signed the re
P0". "d w hen the vote w as taken la the
I House every member present voted for
1U adoption. Thus la the character of
a good man been completely vindicated
We desire to call attention to one lact
In connection Hith this matter. The R!-
publicaus who voted to exculpate Mr
Kerr make a great virtue of their
action. They sav in substance-
You see that we Republican are
not inclined to be vindictive. One of tlie
most prominent Iiemocnits In the lain
has been charged w ith a great r.fivjiae
"cnave invesiigaied the charge, atl
. i. ....
now declare it to be false. We. hoi
you lemocraU will be liberal and recip
rotate iy declaring false the charge that
have been made antiust Republicans
The f.iree of this suggestion is not appar
ent to us. M r. Kc-i r has be-n declared not
guilty because he was lunoccnt.bu: should
Ex-Secretary Belknap be declared inno
cent because Itepubllcan member were
above the Inducement to disregard 1'ieir
oaths und declared an innocent man
uot guilty 1 It Is true that llepublicaus
have said : ''The charge aaiust Sneaker
Kerr was a false charge," but must Ix-ui-
ocrat therefore declare : "The charirea
against hcheuck and Blaine are lalsef"
Tlie Ingle of this position is had. If
ivtrr was guilty, the Itepublieaiis woulu
have so declared ; and if they could have
in I obtained the Wat excuse lor believing
- 1 mm not innocent they would have con-
- (eluded without hesitation that he was
I gmlty. Being forced to declare his char-
acter spotless, they now demand that
the Democrats shall declare all their cul
prits a white a snow I Of course the
Democrat will disregard this appeal.
We hope tliey may do so without
hesitation; but while we give ex
pression to this hoe we cannot resist
the impulse to assert our belief that the
committees of the house have not In any
instance conducted the Investigations
tliey have in hand with that frankness
and honesty ol purpose that should
have distinguished them. They have oc
casionally exhibited a deposition to take
advantage of circumstances and seek
partisan rather than public advantage.
In short, It seems to us that the house
has walked into the danger of follow ing
a good thing too lar. But we are con
fident the people will thank the house lor
the great relonns it has inaugurated, and
overlook blunders in contemplation ol
tlie good work that h.i been done.
Ml H inC l:TR tORDIkAHV.
A luny individual, named Moore, com
mitted suicide extraordinary at the I-ahr
lloue Latayclte, Indiana, on Saturday
night last. He was a farmer.had a witer.nd
three c hildren, was in ordinary circum
stances and was incited to tlie singular
self-destruction from no know u cause.
On Saturday noon he calh-d at a machine
shop in I.atayette where he tought a
broad ax. The lire he made of it is
thus told In a telegraphic dir patch:
Two bars ol three inch wide by one inch
thick Iron, sixteen inches long, he
had riveted to the head of the ax. On
either ile, fastened to tin- bars in tbe
shape of a handle of an ax he had a sys
tem ot wooden bars eight feet long, the
extreme end of which was tautened to a
cro.-piece, secured to the floor by hinges.
Tlie ax wa-s raised and held to its nearly
perjiehdicular position by a double cord,
fastened to the wall. Between
the cords stood a candle,
a "ranged so that when the candle burned
down to the cords it would burn them
off, and the ax fall. Where the ax would
strike he placed a small box, open on one
side, in which wIh-u found, was hi head
with some cotton saturated with chloro
form. His chiu was held up Irom his
uevk by a sties run across the box,
through holes on either side, hoIJin his
head firmly in position, lie was strap
ped tightly to the floor with two straps,
one around his legs, another about his
arms ami breast. The straps were both
screwed to the floor, rendering it impossi
ble for him to move. Moore left nothing
to chance, guillotined himself with neat
ness and dispatch, and until date, is the
champion suicide of the world. As a
sell-destroyer, A bdul Aziz, who let out
his lite through the veins of his arm
with a pair of scissors, is common when
compared with the Indiana fanner.
His Rapid Improvement
He Telegraphs to Cin
cinnati His "Entire
AFFAIRS AT CINCINNATI--'
"VICTORY IN THE AIR"
Washington, June is. A numljer ol
paymasters testified to-day before the
House Committee on Naval A flairs that
Kobe-sou has never, in any way, inter
fere) with or attempted to control their
purchases of supplies.
Tlie president visited Baltimore to-
lll: Ml I.OMV1 IC COKbt.ftl-oNbt.NO:.
The president has sent to the Hou-e of
IU prescriptive a report from the secre
tary of State with accompanying papers,
presenting the correspondence and con
ditions of tlie extradition question, up to '
eighth iust. The maiu point ot tlie cor-
rtpijiideiice have alrcudy beeu published.
The paj-rs have beeu referred to the
Committee on Foreign A flairs.
ui.ivi: i.ooiiixi; u.
Coiigressinan Wallace, ol PcimsU-
ania, received the lolloping telegram
this afternoon from 11. W. Blair at Cin
cinnaU: "Pennylvania solid for Blaine.
fn first or second ballot his nomination
U most probable."
About eiybt o'clock this evening Mr.
Blaine called tor paper and M-ucil and
without aid ol any kind wrote the' lol
loping message to be telegraphed to
Congressman Hale at Cincinnati:
"I am entirely convalescent, guttering
only from physical weakness. Impress
upon my friends the great debt of grati
tude 1 feel lor the unparalleled stead
fastness with which tliey have adhered to
toe In my hour of trial."
The foregoing mesiage was written by
Mr. Blaine at his own suggestion, and in
his usual bold and distinct hand, I he
writing showing no traces ol weakness
1ILAIMK Sill LIMi llOVINti.
1 he following dispatch was sent at t
p. m. by Sergeant-General Barnes to
Hon. Kugene Hale, Cincinnati :
"Since my telegram ol 3 p. in. to-day I
am able to say with more mi.hais than
1 nave heretofore been Justilu-U in Using
that Mr. Blaine is recovering all hbi nor
mal power, both ot mind and body. 1
wbh it to be distinctly understood that
except at the time of his calamity 1 have
had no prolotioual connection w ith his
case, and that my opinion can be accept
ed as the result of a most careful exami
nation and lull conversation with him,
without any regard to ditlerinjf diagnosis,
or other circumstances than the lacl that
he is relieved ot all his threatening
symptoms and promises complete and
peedy recovery. ThU. Usent since the
oue written. by his own hand. The fol
lowing was sent by lrs. pope and Verdi
to Mr. Hale at 10:30 p. in.:
"Our most sanguine anticipations are
realized. Mr. Blaine's coudiUon has itu
iroved so rapidly to-day that we feel no
hesitation iu stating that hi complete
recovery is at baud. We enjoin quiet
aud rest, uuusually recemuiendc-d iu
such cases, but have no apprehension
whatever of a relapse. The reaction is
healthy and complete. Our view I sim-
ply confirmed by the dispatch which lie
wrote this evcuing with his own hand."
Bl UfcS COMdllO I..VST MtiltT.
Among the numerous telegrams of In
quiry and sympathy at Mr. UUIue's rvsi
dence to-lay was by cable from Wash
burne at Paris, reading: "Your Illness
grieve me. Are you U tter T' This af
ternoon the ropes w hich have been block
ading vehicles from the passage near the
house were removed by order ol Mr.
Blaine's physicians, who considered this
precaution no longer necesary In view
of his greatly improved condition. Many
friends called to-night to othr congratu
lations to the family upon the assured
convalescence of Mr. Blaine, and he w as
allowed to converse w ith several of them.
He manifest great cheerfulness, but was
apparently free from excitement.
Special to the M IXHiUTini'.
Cimcinxsti. June Yh Tho most relia
ble estimate that can be had to-night, di
videst the convention as follows on the
lirst ballot : Blaine, :.) ; Conkling, lit1;
Bristow, MO; ll.irtrai.lt, tho vote ot
Pennsylvania; Hayes, the vote of Ohio,
and Jewell. V. Hit should happen that
Maine shows up enourh on the lirst bal
lot to hae turn only thirtv short ol
enoupli to make the nomination, he will
get that thirty from Penn Ivania before
the result isannouuc-d. Blaine' follow
ers expect help from the South after tin
first tullot, but the outherners are ob
jecting to him on account of hi record
on the Force bill.
W HAT SC HI K Wll.l. 1J.
'arl Scliiirz ha lieen heanl Irom. He
will tump tlie country for ashtiiirneor
Bristow, tmt not for Blaine. Angular a-
this may ec in. this anHoiiiui meet dvs
not ise-m to have lia-1 any remarkable in-rtiien-c
on the canvetillou.
hi. sink's i itosruTs.
t ivcinvati, June 1:1. " I here i
lory in tlie air over there." said a dele
gate, pointing to l he Blaine headquarters
at the Burin-it House, this afternoon, an. I
that opinion is now freely ex pressed on
all sides. Bluine undoubtcilly remains
the candidate with the largest uiiiiihfT of
followers, and without co-oin -ration
on the put of other rondid.ib, his
nomination on an early ballot is emnii
nent. This U the prevailing sentiment.
On the other baud Governor Noyes,
chairman of the Ohio delegation, points
a favorable to Mr. Hayes th action of
the Pennsylvania delegation this morn
ing. Their meeting wa a stormy one,
but it resulted in a resolution to stick to
Hartranft. If this is done through sev
eral ballots Blaine will be defeated, as
he must win. if at all, in the second for
mal ballot. It i .ist-rrfaihed that there
are sixteen men in the Pennsylvania del
egation who are anxious to gn to Blaine,
lion Cameron ha promised the ludiani
delegation frtv votes tor Morton alter
Hartranfr, if there shall be any '-after."
'l itis amounts to little, ierhai, in view
ed other promises.
TIIK NEW VOIiKH'.S
paraded the streets tins morning with
band and banners for Conkling. Little
is being said for the New York candi
date. Harnett work is being done for
Bri.-tow. Ma-sachusctu will stand JO
lor Bristow nd C lor Blaine. Vermont
and lihode I-lauct are tor Bristow, and
Connecticut, alter Jewell is dropped.
The vote In the Slieltigan delegation
stands. Bristow, 11; Blaine, 6; others
Alex McClure says the action of the
Pennsylvania delegation was (this reso
lution was passed oer Don Cameron by
a majority of tl) to this effect : That
the delegation will vote lor Ilartranlt on
the first ballot ; that if twenty delegate
ask for consultation Cameron shall call
it and the delegate shall 1-e free to vote
as they please. Tliese forty-four-votes
are by Blaine men.
A I'll I. Si I t St.
A LITERARY TREAT.
IB. K. O. KUt.I.ESTON will deliver hi
new aud n-y le-ture upou the
What Shall ba Done With the
loor open at " "A v. m.
People Shsuli U fi:l to Heir It!
Parents Cannot A fiord to Miss It
In it are Ii'iil Nooisl l'r.,l,l-ius wnirh arc
iiiterestiuir to cvr iuin li ,-rtil persou.
Tickets for sale at Mailman's store.
Aslutlaaion. 3.1r. jdy and (ienf. IMe.
ltmuii U ItuW.y. IsfrtTti Us (uutr
Lincoln Butter Powder
fittod I'rmlt Buller ll ia Year Itound
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
I ineoln Butter Powder is an entirely
harmless artlcUi hiauc Inmi a eelehrated
turlih recipe, ami now iu daily use by
many of tti most imiecf farmers iu the
butler counties around Plnladeli-hla.
la hot weather this Powder makes butter
much firmer and sweeter than it u.-ually is,
aud keeps it from turning rant Id. Jt also
rrmoe. Hie strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weeds. e-rn stalks, cot'on seed, etc.; and
the in. reased yield of butter inuc-h more
man pay the triniog exjrae of using it.
3-1 itla fer Faekatfe.
Wiioi.KSii.B DiLi or : 1 sj Market M
T 1 '''-liMnrt in lli roiled
rrl I fill H n-rms as i..w
I 1 . 1 1 li I I ,N"''- "f y "ilwr n-lia-.U-l-e
nill iu Uiet.DK-
lull and fort-urn anirujiKei. Willi invmu.ri, Al-tonx-ys
al Imw, ami biht-r olu mom, espwisll
w Ui Unwt- ilii listv hsl llu-irciM-s r-j:i- in
thi-lianiU ol utlirr atturueys. In n jei tsd cum-i
our lees si reasoiishU-, aud no cluirre is nuele
unless we an- succe-wlul.
If you wi,ta l-
rut.seini us a litis kr I
or ski-f iu ana a
full lerr1ili.,n ol
will a.sk an
examinational the l-ut otDi-c, and If wc Ihinl
It INiUuunie, will send ou Jisixts alidslice
and rst;uu your ra. Uur Ice will Us in or
u i nary runes,
u-,,isn-i, iiuiu . II KeHey, J-;si., Mec'f
asiiohsi i.ranae. u.ulnvill.-, Ky . Comiucslor
luii'l Ainiueo. V. si. N. , W'aldiiKl'U. U. O.
lrJ'ni nuiuii f.,r our ' -Cui-le lor oblam
Ibg I'su-uU," a book .l puuea.
A.Hress :-Uuli Haaarr Cm.. Solkl
tors 1. 1 I'alenU, W sstiinalou, 1.
FOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD I UCU I0.
Jnsl what U waule.. Keud Wnl .una. f,.r
Ireuiar lo l.,-4i lKfc 1'OUI AUtt. Mki.k'c!,;
rv7, New loik. s-;tttr
III n-ul or win tin in nutters
veil, t.x-Lon-imlssl"uer ofl'MlruU.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100.00
W. P HAU.IDAV, I'resl.lent.
HKNKV I. IIAI.L1UAY. Vi.-el're.l.
A H A rl trill, t aphtta.
WAUS.14 UYSI.OI'. Ass'l Cashier.
9rKt TstLoa, ft It. CrsMi.iiAM,
II I.. Mallii.at, AV. I. IUi.i.iuat,
U. 1. W iu.iamso.i Hririii Hihd,
A U. Strruitii,
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Kl-o.sirs reeeirnl and a general banking
Prus, Tio-i lint
Nil. Vi- I'rfa't.
II Will. Ca-tl.irr
I . J. Kprtli, Asst. as
Coruti Cotntubrtlal Ave aud 8th Street,
K. lir--, luioi. Mm kluice, I aim.
1'. U, tairo. H m W i.lie, suo.
A . ; lu-M.kn, Uirg. U I.. llillinif-U y , t
S . l.iKler, s.ro II. Weils, sir...
K. II. Kriiikman, M Ijhiii.
. tennal Hnnklns: Unsliiess Itaue.
ll"l'xil.anK sold and Iwinht Inten-il aid
a the aiiiir Ih-tmrtiiM-nt. ollertions rns le,
sa l all t-K.ii.fSs iriii.l j sits ndeil to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL. BANK, CAIRO
A B SArKoKU, i'rvsident
.1 S l.Ul.lHt, Viue fresMtetit.
W . ili.nl.ur. fvec'r aud ireasurrr.
f.W lUaiLAT, has (.Ai.ioi.aa,
r. M MM irLKTIf, i'AILIi N lll H,
It. II Cl KMlHIOIAM, II I.. llAXLIDAT,
J. M 1'iui.ues.
NTF.HKST id on detf-its at the rat ol
per out per annum, Marrti 1I an 1 .-(,u m
ft l.tt. Interest m,l withdrawn n l.le. imnie
liately to Hie rnu lil of tlie deposits, thereby
(iriitir them cmiioiind iul. n-t
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
0(n evtry businrss.lay rromfla in. to 1 p.m.
I J atuplsr evenings lor satUiKs depoaiu only
rom to s o'rl.K k
W. HT8IX)P. Treaawrar.
Sale of City Property at Auction.
IJl'lil.K nti-ei taerel.r itivrn thai on Mm
day, the Wi day ol'.lune, between I tie Imhi
ol luoVl.w k, a in. and 4 p rn. , I will ..fler lor
sale to theliijrhoM bidder f-.r ra.-h in hand, iin
tlie itemise. knjwn as the lentil street ami the
I toiriy Sn-oii l -tree! i.iiiiji. i.r-uertv. the r..ilow.
in' articles t longing- to Uie cily 'of lairo, lo-
n ii :
1 Kotary I'unm Ti inch suction, cairitv 4"..
" 0 irallouii-er minute; in roln.lele order, in -HiidinK
slmfiinK and .nlley..
i i.iecc (um irf-.riiisr. lucties wele. i ,lv
1 piece krittii lltin, li in. I.e. wi.le, 4 , I y .
I HUH V-si.UI.VllMltl.KI,
I I.iir lioiiers. '1 feet looif . il inohea disroeler.
jri.i.ses. li, with lire front and rrale lnrs.
I Horizontal enzme, f- by I" inches, with l-i
feet of 7 inca sluiliinir-
I to, tor eniriue.
". rotary piiin..,ll inrli .ueti.,11
lxt cl .iuillinir and pui-eja.
f.t of old irou, l..li, ut.itin., ys. i.ii and
ly or-lerof the ilv I -niiiril.
J AS. W.slKWAltT.I itytreik.
(Cini-iunati Coimnereial ai.-l (. fxM. in l.lol.
ffenuK-nil, copy J limes ) -li-dld.
Silirrlir a Kale.
fly tiitucofan execution to me directed by
the Uerx ol tbe ircuit tout I ot Alexande.
County, inUieatuteof il lnoi-. in fuvorof the
people ot tbe Mate of IliinuL, and siraiiist
llenrr Waton Webb and Andrew .1. 1 art. I
have levied upon the following; descnls-d pro
erty, iu Ibis I ...ii.ty oi Alexaiwler ami Male of
lllii-oin, to wit: a .rtim of lot iiiiinlM-id
twenty six in bus k bumlirreil tveuiy-ix
(Jt ) In lltccity o( Ian--, and descriUsI as I..I
lows, to wit; (v-iiiii.m inir at a point on tbe
easterly line of Mabint;toa Avenue. Line and
onehaif ('',) feet Irom tlierornerof lots Iwenty
llve and twenty-six in the block blore-ui., iuu
uuiK theni s.rtillerly aloliK the line of Ws -limit
li Ateuue, three (1) l.-et, tlience -s.-t. iln
jmrallel with I lie line ditidinir the lots al.xi-iaid
one hundred leet,. and to the westerly line ot l'-t
inei.l) nine ( ' In said bloi:k, them-e northerly
alonir the welerly line of said lot twenly-uioe
l 'j three leet, then. westerly parnllel with the
liuediv i.lniirshid lot ani one hundre.1 feet
to tlie phu ol la-guininir, as the i.r..-Hv of the
said Henry Watson Webb, w ui.n I shi.ll oiler at
iHibln: sale al the south-we-l .l..r ot ll.e ourt
l..u in Ibe ily of I airo, in tlie i on ut y of
Aletii'ler and Male of llliuois, on the .".i.lny
ol -lue, A. II. I"T'., at the hour of elevea
o cj.s i. A. for cash, to satinfy (aid execu
tion. AI.KV. II. IS.
Himff of Alexander t ouuty, Imuoi-i.
I ano. Ills . Jure ;nd. !--... t iid
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ALSO, liijiAI.KIH IX
ASH OTIIKR I'itHIil U,
, 741 sad 73 Im irt, J IX., O
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial. Avenue
i m' r; llltawia.
Advarcss mads on 'oasiuiueuts. Als
slra.'ls ot Titles niade, t'euYejauees aad
Colleetious attended l i.
ATTKNTIOS TO Itr.SINESS AND
lKOM IT Ut.MIT f A M UX
Auctioit Bales Every Baturday Moriiiuir.
6-s-dtl ' . '
U M " II
We have a Largo Stock of the followiiii? Oila in stoto, in prime order,
which wo oiler to the Trade very Low t
150 Fire Test.
Water White "MGAND"
175 Fire Test.
SULII flu Family Mpari!
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
's i Cigars I Cigars !
W holesale and Retail Prices !
Kully alive to tlie delnaud of tlie tiuice, J-ropO'es to J ut l.i
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
I H I Gr i jQ. I .DC I s
At pri-es that will eoinp.ir with the decline In other articles, ia other Mord will t ut
his goods down li oui tbe old
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the fact would call the attention of tho Smoking
Public to the following prices: Connecticut Seed from 2 to Scents;
Seed and llavanna, 4, 6 and 6 cents; Key West Ilavanna. 8 to 10 cents;
and imported Uavanna 15 cents each. He means businesd, and will
at even these low prices, make a fair living profit.
His light expenses enables him to give the public the benefit of theao
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage.
Smoking and Chewing tobacco, and Smok rr articles of all discrip
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
102 Commerial Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street.
li Life k
SOCIETY. OP NE YOBK.
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 266 268 WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO.
WK AUK WA
AM IIAVK A
AMI AN lAliUW VAItlKIV K
lf lies' Kinfl.ol-I WaU-lrtsi,
l.iil-l 0r I liailis,
...lit Sr k t 'liMins,
Mlver Vest I lis i us,
I ak lUakt-ts,
4 unl hUli'lx,
l,l liMllll fll'kH,
Uol'l Wali h hrya,
I .ntl lUrwin,
( orul NrrLliM-ci,
t i.ril Ki-la ami l(lux,
'I r m-Is,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
tJ"Kvtrjr ojie visiting CHICAGO ahuuKI call at our tsluliliblimi-tit aU'l xaiiiii our Goo.U'
Tim 4 'ti-Ht l'ris is iur M.illo-
Aroou Going to Paint?
THEN USE MILLER BROS'
l:.-Jy f..r ii-w In WhlU.sml ov-r On Hunt1rd Difcrent Colors, iiia-lj rstrii-tly piime'
W Iuu. (uil, .liicao.l l.iusmloil.Obenaoavlly roiubiu-U. wiuraiiUKi Much Uandtomtr au.l
Chapr, ami tu Issl i Wick. AS UiMj as sut ullu-r psiul. 1 1 lias tuWt-u tli Kirsi I'reiuiiiuis a I.
Wul) Mali- Kail sol Hi Uuiou. and is '"'j UiMIiw.miiv
MUCK KKOtc'Ku.sssii'LK cskd s.M issK, 91 St. Clair St., Cleveland, OlliOi--a-w
OWLY 8125 A YEAK.
- - 110 Fire Test.
-130, Fire Test.
$ 4,515,012 42.
29,039 087 70-
E. A. BURNETT,. Agt.
I Al. AliKMS Knit
Kl'I.L STOCK OK
I i)(I. I 'i ns,
I lips ami iiulilt lH,
.silvrr I liiiublrs,
Mi irl Muls,
Jo I'lli lii-rs,
Ura UlaiuMS, S.c