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THE DAILY CA1U0 1.U1J.KTIN: FRIDAY MORS INT., JUNK 7, . 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
VWIY HDBSINfl MlKTVlt EXCKHMiV "
CKBc. Bulletin Building, WsslilnKteu Avenue.
Hy uit.il (tu kdvincci. one yi'r
H; mull fin mlviwcc), om- veur
To clllh-, It. It'll 'I'll OVt'.' Ml I COtlVI
. . . . $10
Pi-stun' in ul .'uses i repaid.
PiTt ilincrtliin. per .iinrc l1'"'
Muhm-qiii'iii insertion,, per Hinure
For nit week, per MUuri' J
Fur twu weeks. nr miinri! j
For three week". per Miintv J,1''
For our ninnili. per Himrc ''
Kucli wldlliiiiiHl niuir.- '
First fiiniTilon. per sqium" ' ""
Kielii 1) iit-v i willil nonpareil oi.filmi.' (unre.
Ilisplnvcd n.lvrrttscineiilii will lie elmrced nciii'il
i,; lu Ihe nime iM'tiipied .it iihiive rate1-1 lie re he
.lie twelve lines in soll.l .vpe to Hie hu ll.
Tu refiiltir ndvertiw r- we ofTi r siipeiior lnililee-ait-nra.
tmth t rntiK ill 'liiirics uuil niniiiier of
fiicpluviiii! thel. (: vorc.
I.iwhI notices ieiilv rent" lire fin first Infer
li.w; ten i-eins per line for euili niahscijucut In-cr-turn.
( .iinmiiiilciillo i" upon subjects of L'erieriil.'titercst
to the pnlilie me ; nil , linen iirccpuhle. liejectcd
nmnniieHpt v.lll no. !m' .eturneil.
1 cHcrs mid coiiii.iiiniciiiions should he mlilressod
'luiro flail ,lti. Cairo Illinois."
.iXO. II. OKKKI.V. (icninil Minnieer.
Only Morning; Ihiily in Southern I Hindis.
OFFICI AL rAI'KU OF TIIK CITY AND COI XTV.
Tlum. Nilly, Ktlitor.
UoiiHXTitt it Nomination..
nM -TATK Tllt:.lH1l:.
tPWA.U) L. HONK I 1TK. of Sseptiennir..
J-OR SIVKI1IMFM1 :ST : ruil.IC IN-TlllXtlON,
SAMI Kl. M. KTTKI. of M Lean,
rot ittkk or nir ci i tvr. eot itT. oithi iin uk.xp
JACOB 0. CIIANCK. of Murion.
rOH tXEIIK nr TIIK AI-rEM AYR COl HT, fOM III US
o: a. so iiim.i'V,
JOHN Q. 1IAKMAN. of A! -ssndi r
KIGHTEF.NTH CONT.UESSIONAL HIS
TKUT. t'Al.l, FOU A DKMlK'lUTIC tKI.K(i ATF.t ON VKS
THS TO SOMINATK A ANOIIHI K FOIt
The iVnimrHts of the Kighteenth Con
gnwunal district of Illinois arc reiH-ted
to s:nd delegated to a convention to W
held M Joneslxim, I'nion county, on Tues
day, 2Hd day of July, ITn, for the purttosc
f nominating a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-sixth rongnss. Each
eounty uf the district will W entitled to
tLe Dumber of delegates to, anil votes in,
the convention set opoite its name In-low,
In the counties that have not already np
l'itit"l delegates the Central enininittees
the DeiiHK'ratic party will, in such man
r.erund at such time as they may deter-
call county conventions to aj.int
(le.egal's in this convention.
Hy order of the Denux ratic Central Com
initteeof the Eighteenth Congressional dis
triet. J no. II. Oi;i;iii.v, Chairniun.
A. Poi.k .biNKs, tvs:ret:irv.
(oi.ii yesterday in New York I'm",;.
Tiik DuniK ruts ,avc drawn first blood
,i, .,...! . , . . .
o.the .ontist fu, ,, tnbers ot the l.,r.y-
sixtli Congress, l.y the cleetion of Whitnk. r. !
the Dciiiik tutie candidate, in Oregon. The j The reports coi.e' tning the Emperor's con
legislntnre is also Democratic on joint bal- 1 dition are conflicting, but all justify the be.
' liet that the wounds nre si.rintis and are
Till'. secoi resignation of H'hlioji Me
Coskry has turned his .t nmu'est fiicmls
: K iinst him. A (lisiatch from Detroit says
t .at the facts in his ( use, its iineartheil li the
staiiil'MK coinuiitlee, "are ii)ial I iii- ami
it is lielieveil lluit the iis)io( never
i.-rain show Ins fee in the Wes," ;
I 'ToiiiMiciit figure, an.l for forty years
roliMco.lealersfr.ini Chieii''o, Cineiii- ! I, ,s lr,l .,n eveettul mnl
, , 11 1
.u.i.M.Um.k.s, I. ,.ei. I.IerseyCily.mieMifV. Horn March ;, 1 !i7, he ,!trly
1 .iiii- unwn in in li i 11", I . !., . , . .. i i . . .'. . .
o ii-oino,,,,, , HV ,r i
,iirM,siM,i cjcitino the taU,on tolinceo re- ,
Olieeil. liny silccenleil in liiiino
nnienilineiit !o the Hurt hard revenue hiil
T.'diic'uiir tli" tax from twenty-live cents to
twenty eeiits ier ioiiml iassei hy small
Tut; ni.iyor of I'liiludelphiu. who has
...to i. ..iois ,o nnu oiu, s.iys there nr.- not
more than live linmlred nyinhefs of ,,11 the i
lhe coliiuninistic sneleiiesof that city. The ,
. -i.e. ..nice, o, e oi tnc iroinnie,,t ,!,.,.,.. ;
. I ... 1 . . I II .1.1 . I
live liurciiiH oftliecounlrywhos. hcml.. iiar-
me i, n. mii me rallloa.ls l.-tw e;, Philadei-
I'h'm mid I'it t-Iiiirir there arc not 1. . than
fft'CIl thollsail.l men w,o st.m, ,,,,V I,,
repent tin scenes o the ;iik ,f!..t .inn-
A Hls'crcU stales lhat the .,,,. ...
1'risi.leiit Andrew ,lol,,,s,,, iieil,,
. . . .
Tliesilay III the presence f ;,,, ,,.,.,.,.
1ors. lion. i;,.rU'e W. .lo;,, huu
liolillcal flieml of .lolmsr..'..
- - i i"i t, s ' ,1 1 s
ftamlin nml iin inlier of Co:ien I,,.)'.,.-,. '
the war. was introduced l,y the .ni. .lohu i v"v ," r ","nil ,1""i;,v ti-'ii...!' the -..vern-C.
IVltvli, of the Nashville Ann p., in. and mM '" t'"'' '''" I'"1'""' "'' ,l"v''
.l.'iiverc.l an elal,or,.t" iiildn ss. The mm,. ', m"",!"' " r""";,,;" !l was thrice re
nmen't Is very hiuiil.oin , cost in e, fvuiio, "' " ' ,,',',,,,'r " 1 v',k' was form
1,11.1 In erected al Iheextiensi. of the I'lmlU- i '"'' "JP'llt. He lieealli" killif
p... i'..i. i si. . n . .
flit, lll.te.1 StatcH ii.'..wers Ass,,,,,..,,,,,
its now in n'ssion in Baltimore, A Haiti
more rorrespun.lent Buys that the Agitation
Conuuittms which watches over the Inter
ests of the trade will submit u report in
which it is prolmWe they will iidvocHte the
tcHtinjof the legality of the law which al
low certain States ami counties to pus en
actment prohibiting the sale of mult liq
uors within tlieir lmunilurics, while con
gress permits the manufacture of such
lienors on payment of a certain tax.
Tiik. 1 "utter committee is Mill hnrd
at work unearthing the Louisiana
fraiuls. Two days of rigid eross-cMunimi-tion
has failed to fleet Anderson's testimo
ny in any iniKutant particular, and it is
given out that the Democrats will be aide
to corroliorate it hy nnimpeaclialile wit
nesses, (irent alarm, consequently, contin
ues to lie felt l'V those who took a hund in
manipulating the return", either lis visiting
statesmen or inemhers of the returning
Tiik Massac Journal, a strong light of
Kadicalis.ni, is wrought ii to an intense
pitch of enthusiasm. It says:
Oriinl.ution is the mill of ti pitrty He of mi army.
To Hre mmiy unit three nre R mnltitiule when well
orytinizi'd: In l iiion l tn nu-Ui who would not
lie Uronn? The lower litfhtti nf the puny i"hould he
kept hiirnliiv-. Awake Itcpiihliran and put
your armor on! See the foe in mnrntinlliise before us!
hi hurniched armor ln tokeiii" aetivity in hi linen.
Will you til Idly, dotilitinu". or will you mi to
Xo di ml t two are considered ''many and
three a multitude when organized" into n
Radical party ; but if the Journal proposes
to enter the Congressional contest with this
army f patriots and achieve victory with a
big V it must be credited with sublime
faith in over-ruling providences, or in the
ability of its "multitude" to practice the
art of repeating at the polls. The Journal
asks "who would not be strong?" That de
pends altogether upon the character of the
strength and the use made of it. The Rad
icals have been 'strong" on every steul pcr
H'trated ujvin the public purse1 for nearly
a score and a half of years; have been
strong" on subsidies of all kinds; were
strong' in the disreputable Credit Mobilier
business; were "strong" in giving away the
public domain to grasping corporations;
were "strong" in crooked whisky,
and just now nre developing "strength"
in the frauds through which they
have usurped the first office in
in the gift of the people. In fact the
putrid old corpse is m strong that it smells
to heaven, and shoul 1 long ago have been
sunk out of sight and memory in the bowels
of the earth. What is meant by "the lower
lights of the party should be kept burn
ing," is hardly transparent. If it means
that the lights of the party who ure in a
lower region should be kept burning, he
miiy rest easy on tliut score, for, If tlie best
of authorities is to be relied upon, the am
bitious ungel w ho presides over the destinies
f that domain, never iigeet his dutic-.
The Journal shnuhl lake these things cooily.
The inarshalling foe, with his burni-hed
armor, is active and wati hful.but is an eni-
issry of peace and prosperity. Wrong- i
oi is oiilv f ar hi mlvelit.
Latest dispatches announce the proclama-
. , , . .
t,i, r-g-nry and the r.on,.nat,on 'i
rrwn Prince Frederick William as Regent, j
threat' iiening the worst results. William
is in his eightv-secn.l vear, and is eon-
sid 'ied bale and vigorous for his years, but 1
. ,i . .' i .i !
human nature at that age cannot under the i
most favorable aspects bear Up under great ,
strains. Among the distinguished nu n i
' " m" k-"" oni ' !
, . I
,.itr'e'l tlie limitary service, ami took mrt '
in !1(.eani.aiiof isii'an.lisi f. In K4U I
he hceanie the or;ilil muster of the im.s-nnic '
order in Prussia, and on the nfcssion to the
throne of his hrother Frederic William IV. I
, m , , I
i.llllie .1 le' Wits il!iiitillti l 'oyernor of 1
1 Pi.lin.r . ...i.i I.. Ki ........ ..11
i .oi iiimiii, hum in i -ti "in ii ii in ii i " j wi i
lii'1 first oeneml diet of the kino.loin. H.
".i I'oimiariy helieve.1 to l.ior nlisolutist j
tendencies, it liecme advisalile for him to ,
withdraw to Eni:!.in.l on theoci n of tin
- i . I
ileinocratic outl.r -uk in ll. rlm in March. '
, lM-t, luit lie ivn;vii"i in .Time follow irr, ,.nid
" .V- -f a ,1,' y in !,",.,'.
liatloilKl n,o'.y, out took no part in ,
the pi'"1'' linir-s of that Iy. In Isp.i he ,
: ' "llMllamleil the fir es s...lt ,., .,, ,nn
, . . j
themsnrreit.on in Ha.!-:!, and ..let ii-l
ill his task aft.
r ii cn:n.:i:i;n'.f a f w w -eks
! lurin.' the Cr'mean war
' v'"1 '" '' "I'l"""'" l-i'-ivc polii y i
... ii... I..,,,. . : i
"' ' " "" '-om'h.ioi ;,'. ami , I.,vr
' y ,:"'"L; M W:t "!l '
!l""ia' ' ' '''"' '"' ''' I
f Fredeiie W'll.iam IVrimiired n ,, ..,..
laiimiev !? ty,it ,,il i ..
1 .. '
j K v, 0. .,.. ,M f,,;,,,.;, (,1Ju,y
14, INiil, uL ipsicfitudent, named Jleekcr,
rlreil a pistol at him at .Haden-Haddn, the
bullet tearing his rwat and alightly
grazing his shoulder; llockcr Was
arrested and punished. AVith the
two recent attempts on his life the
public are familiar; as it also is with the
crowning achievement of his life the
Frnneo-lTiissian war with tho assumption
of the title of Kaiser, ami the importance of
the attitude of his government in the pend
mg European complications. Whatever
mavbe thought of the form of government
of (lennany in republican America, then!
will be universal sympathy .elt for the em
peror as a man and an earnest hope that he
may recover from the assassin's wounds.
E I'll 0 1 ' EA X I XTE LL I ( J EX( 'E
Emperor William SuttVrs an
THE LOYAL POPULACE OF HEREIN
Notes on the Assembling of the Pence
Aetlvr Ottti'ial Oppeiat ions Again! the
I-'t'bl Won mini in Hoilintr
Willi 1 11 1 i sz i i : t i i i .
TIIK F.MI'F.KOUS (OMUIION.
HiKUl-lN, June .V The emperor's mil
dition this morning is generally satisfac
tory. IK- now occupies a room fronting on
the Unter-den-Linden, and learning that
measures were to be taken to prevent noise
ill the neighborhood, requests that carriages
on the opposite side of the avenue and
through Opera .cUarc be not interfered
with. The em pi ror is very cheerful, and
his rapid recovery is confidently expected.
TIIK N ATI KK OK TIIK Will NOS.
At the first tire the emperor received
seven shots in the rig it forearm and wrist
and rive in the head and face. His helmet
was completely riddled. 1 iy the second
discharge lie received alsiut twenty shots
in the left upper arm and shoulder, and
six in the neck. Tlie folds of his thick
military cloak deadened 'the effect of the
AN OFFICIAL l!! I.I.KT1N.
Hkui.in, June 5. The follow ing bulletin
was issued at 10 o'clock to-day: After a
good night, the emperor feels stronger. The
wounds in his head and several of the
wounds in the arm are n'ready healing.
The swelling of the right arm was undi
minished. There nre no symptoms of fever,
but the patient has not much appetite.
Three arrests have been made of imrtios
supposed to lie accomplices of Nobling in
Chemnitz, Posen and Hrunswick.
A MF.SSAliK FltOM TI1KI 1IOW.N I'ltlV KSS.
I.oNisiN, June 5.- The (Jerman ambassa
dor this afternoon received a dispatch from
the crown princess of (icrmany as follows:
I have just seen the emperor." He has no
fever or no pain. His left urin is much
swollen. His othir wounds nre healing.
A IIKOKNI V riUK'I.AIMhll.
Hkui.in, June .1 A degree has lieen is
sued proclaiming a regency and nominating
Crown Prince Frederick William as re
gent. Tie' degree is signed ,y Prince His.
TIIK I MI'Llmlt WoltsK."
Hkui.in. June .V-Emperor William has
grown worse during the day in eoiisciUenee
of th wound in the wrist, which has in-
"gtfrayaie.i. ins eoui!tiu is said to
ne iie'ie s"inii;s in;. n in iinv nine miiii' me
lUMU'li I ION, ok in; ( iiN'lllA( V.
The det"etkes have learned that the
''""i'i'ations ,,t 'the Sieialists wi.lespr.-ml
and extended to evi rv c.iunfrv in Europe.
The Hiee ar-on the" track of em.niss.rie.
of the organization, an.; niiini mils urr. sis
have alioady ,oen ci'Vi t 1 .
'I UK .iF.NTS AT Willi k .
The agents of the (ieriliali embassy in
London nre industriously i(t work, atn im-
poi'tallt developments are epeiei relative
to the ( leme of the Soi ialists.
MUTATION IN HKUI.IN.
Lo.mhiN. June .. - A dispatch from H r-
lin says : The i itv is gloomilv ngitiited mid
' ,, . . i
siispieious. A number of strangers have
b-en seen on the sirects w ho arrived from
different quarters. The police watch them
witli anxii tv. I luring the last twenty-tour
Jn.iirs vi.ri.nis visiis ,;:vc ln-en iIti.l l.y tin-
polii " noenfs to many houses. ( In enteriny
all officer is iilaeeil nt the door nml no one
is mIIou-,.,1 t,, o out Thelioe ,. is , . r,....,l
Un !.! iS-S !i, S v arr!"!
, . . V'NI'',"MK.,)'
Illf'ot llliitioll t'lllll ci ilitirlhinir wloit ii-ii i
teeora.he. yeslenlay has Keen ol.f.iineil. j
The i'overnni"nfs of Italy, France. Snain
K1,-I"r"1 wilM'," i,sk,';! " 'h' "r !('IIKAP M'MPiKK.
to make arrests of the iarties nnihcatei in,
tin. no , e n., ..,. I. ,. I i
i . . . i i i i , i j i i i - ,- i i( i i -- i ( j i tl i i 1 1 r
til" It(llirv-viv-i. Tln-V fi.iir tl. . involil.
" j ... i M . wi o
tion is imminent. The ocneiai iiiiU"ssioii
HHitlieml circles is Hint the norisino, it n
conns at all. will luiii in Snxoiiv. an
i'Uion tlx .e:isiuits ,,!' ihnt kinvdoin.'
His lii.ijest , Ims h.i, a conversation wiih
the imperial chaplain.
rr 1'n'tor li.nier,
iv 'van-eli. al in his opinions. I
solve. I to I..' ilecp'y nil' cto, ;,s . ,..,.
,. N'.llKINf. liM'.iyt:il!Si:.
10. III. IN, .Mill" . All . i e-n; t .i HI hlisln '11
peifoimcl up m Nol.line, ti.tr w.iul.l-!. as-
I II li KMl'l.lloil
Is v. i v I'l
t'i-!lie!it. al. I ip;illli!o;i is
lean , I
A s i-jlit lov.-r !;.! a'.s i s t ill.
i n k i itowN I'l: i s. I-;
1 i.. t .i. .'. i i ..I- ....i.'t..
-' -n I.IIIO ,, iI-siihc' I eiiniioi i'l 1 1 i 1 1 . , ill
I O'llU-t'lt MiVK I ol.s tu TIIK i'mNi.KI'.ss,
I . Sr' ll''' ',im'' ".--( ioilscliakolV
is siiiuce.'in ,y recovereil to e-o ! III.' coll-
Ci'ets, He will lie a, inpimieil hy t'oiint
Seholivnlolf and I'linee Doiilnil, Hilss'nn
ainl'iissnilur nt llerlin. '',c Airene" Itiisse
says: Tin eastern ipies'.ion will he dealt
IN UII'iMI SKNSK,
1 Willi me onjeei ot reaelime;,, conunoll llll-
i i letslani 1 1 li c titiit eotisi i id a t i n i" the iiein f
TIIK F.MI'KllOK .!
came to the city to advise with (ibrtsehuk
ll.!'MNM IlKsoi.VFl) TO FI.IUT.
LoMHiN, June 5. L'nderneath the threat
of Roumania not to assent to the provisions
of the congress if Rcssurabfa be taken from
her, this is understood to be a settled reso
lution. The Roumanian government has
caused Lord Salisbury to lie informed that
if the congress sanctions thoe provisions of
the Han Stefano treaty Avhich deprived Ron
mania of her rights and prejudice her in
terests she won lib certainly fight. She
plants herself on the public law of Europe.
She would not admit that Russia and Turkey
should arrogate to themselves the right to
settle Uie ilestmics of Itoumunia. - l.
t'ogalniccano, the Rulgarian foreign minis
ter, is now convinced, or at - least he says
that England and Russia have agreed
to sacrifice Rouinania. The latter,
and this, he ' says, will not
be submitted to the Roumanians.
Tiny believe they have 1 n badly treat.!!
by Russia. They began by myaliy aid'ng
her, having received from her a promise
that her national rights and territorial in
tegrity should be maintained. They have
been painfully deceived. They gave their
territory it a base for Russian military op
erations. They lent their Soldiers to tight
with the armies nf the czar. They have
made great sacrifices of blood and money,
ami now they are to be worse off than before.
They are to see the delta of the Danube,
which belongs to them, cut olf from the
Ottoman empire, indeed, and exchanged
against their w ill, for Hessarabia, that por
tion of their soil which alone can give them
an effectual domination over the mouth of
the river. The Roumanian agent in London,
M.Crtarizi, in a conversation w ith bird Salis
bury, ha Used very strong language, say
ing that Rouinania should be represented
in the congress, and that rather than sub
mit to be t spoiled she Would tight, feeble
as she is.
DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE
IU aimi Ain rn- suit. rrsriiAi. CoM-nrvr r. .
M'iuv.ni:i.u. III.. .1 li nt 1. I"? i
The Democratic Statu Central committee
have secured permanent rooms in the build
ing formerly occupied by the State Law
library, on Fifth strct. and a competent
clerk will be in attendance. It is suggest
ed that the Democratic newspapers of the
state forward to the secretary a copy of
tin ir issues to be kept on tile for informa
tion of committee and visitors. The coun
ty central committees of the state are re
ipicstcl to at once place themselves in com
munication w itli the committee.
Address corr. sn,ii.nce to
A. iikmmiuff. Secretary.
A PLEASANT NKHIT FOR Sl'RlNO
1 Wn-hlic'lon I'o-t.J
A very pleasant surprise was afforded
Hon. W. M. Springer, of Illinois, hist eve
ning, at bis residence on Capitol Hill, on
the occassion of his forty-second birth-day,
entirely without premonition. Mrs. Spring
er had procured a tine crayon photograph
of herself and their only child a boy of
years of age, and in the course of the eve
ning the portraits woi-c brought in and
presented to !ti m. with the following appro
priate verses, which were recited by Master
Springer. The a flair was a genuine and
inn-t pleasant surprise to the recipient.
Ii. hi pupa If I erc h man,
In tnliire. mid la yeiir".
I mlu'lit propose yoi'ir lealih to nl'ht -
r - half a dozi n . hei -r !
MiL'ht pfiik ol your success In life
I ir ny aoine Inipm tliini
Aliout the Imiiioi- I viii- cure
The cumin; years woiilil tiring.
I. nt n- I'm tiothitiL' Inn n tun..
Ilrliiilal of Inn nml plnv.
I ll mil.' hIi:-i.t i.i tlie lm,
'I'll:. t tills "in li i n - lo-iiai
And irn-i Mint uli. n un l,,k mi 'Iii-
Tliroeh cuniini.' vmr- ut jm -You'll
tlnl for.'. ! tlie nil-lit i, t irior
mi thus oi;r lie imil lno : '
Sri . I i. pun i.s to Dealers in all kinds of
Fruit Jars and Jelly Classes uillhogien
by D. Mailman, Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in C'o ki TV Holle Kill hi-liing
1 1 iiiii I . ,
M M M Kit KKXOtT
' "THE OAKW0ODu
.in . f m
rem ;Tf-.VWJFi IJ
(III LAM si'iil-
'fill' r. ...rh,. s,.,,,,, , ij. i i.i
NiiiL' iiino: iiiiiiitn.''s mill iittMitinij- iUmi cull
i o in un i.-K. rtt-.-m. nt
i " send fur Id rieiive ('i-inlur- nml lerm- ion
1 1 ",inl1 " ""I r-iiuire lor mm Si.n
Iiiiitloril I'. 0 W1-. union.
i l' 1 (lll'O l0X l 1M1 ItflKCI Id.
. t .
W I..I. I CIIM-ll
. . .. . .
Al Hie ' tv loui rules.
Ilavi.ura Heavy Stock of Los on Ila.ul,
SAW OCT SI'EU.U. OKDEHS
'in tin- sIiiiiTi-iiik ciilcc.
VSl'Ki I M.'I'Y nnnle nl s'l't: Mill I '' , ,.; (.
We 111 so Hill nil i,i On,. .( II'. Ill IV M V -r I; I t'l si
I 'rneker. I'llllllv, I'm kllii! Ilnve. Miivi'h I Iilllll ltlH
InhlMi Ml liK.NnVATIMi.
YOlll III, I) ( 1,1 HUES
CAN .: I.I..M YlfCI.I.Y
dvi;i) oii innAiii:i);
At a Trltllna KM'-iise C. 0. . j
C1IA. SHKLLKV, NO. ;J0 KKJHTII ST.
f I.Hilles uml (iruif. i)!il hut" in ti.lt new.
rplE CITY NATIONAL HANK,
W. P. I1.M.I.IPAY. I'fcs!.!. i.t.
II. I.. IIAI.I.1HAY. Vice IV.Iililit.
WAI.TtH HYSMU', 1'a.hicr. .
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lir.NllV I.. IIAI.I.IHAY, II. II. IHNNI.SI.HAM,
li. I). WII.1.IA VsilS, si M I1KS l.iao. '
11. II. UMllt.
Kxcliiinge, Coin and United states Romls
l!ol t.liT AN I) Mil.).
lcpoMt r. eeivril m.il e. ncml l.ni.klnu' t.sti.e
LEXANDER t L NTY HANK,
ConniieiTiii Avenue it ml Eighth Street,
1 AIIIO, M I INOJS.
V. HHoss, iy, .,,, im.
V. NKKF. Yl. el',, .:,.,,t.
II W Kl.l.s i n.liirr
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F. Itrn.s. Culro: W l.llmu K'nL'e. Calrfi;
Pet.-r N. n. I uiio: W liili.m W nli. I 'aim;
A. Mimtkii. . uiro; It. I. IilU'ta-li v. St. l.ouU;
K. Iliiiler. i iiim; K II. Krinkmnii. St. I.ouis;
II. W ells, Ouiro; .1 Y. I'lenison, i n!cdi:iu.
i i.KNKUM, HAN KINO HI slNKss IIOVK. Kx
iV . liunu'e "iM mid hoaht. li.tn. ft puld in the
sioiims In piirtini m. ( i.'ici li.nis muilc hnd i!l
tni-iiii pintiipoy itin nileil to.
jNTEIU'Rl.-E SAYlMiS HANK,
clniit.ri.l Manli :ti. w.).
"FFU'K INdTY NATIONAL HANK.
i '.ill o, 1 11 in. its.
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t' llli'i r lt. Il.ti ' I.i ! a ill.rmsl, !. i. i 1 , 1 im
in. i.i.i't in '.rv j rii.i ii. : ill iiii: I.1 pose , IT: i e V
fi!iiC them emrij.i .;!.(; :i.r( ri -t.
fr"ciui,ii.iiniitnsitii.i Winn, ii in, uiH.Mt
niiiii.y nml uoeiie rst ean diAW it.
WALTER H YSL !', TunsniHi.
JNSIHANCE AUENCY OF
Vkm,s A' Kkhth,
ni i nt rsTis.i i nr.
Ilritish America; "
f 1 1 In 1 1 1 hi ' t il- iii4 MurlM iMiii i!le. N. J .
.'IIIM till! , A..ri.. .n- .'.; i.t.
I'lii.n ' 'Of I'hlli.'MplilH: tul. iisln.1 In l"o i
I 111' '11 i As., i.. ic, liy in
I. ..Hill. Ill 1 '"I ft", pot!. I.'
' 11 I 1 1 1 (I II i Aes V,
lllsKS W lllin N AT A11( !!MKs
( Ulii'i- in A Icxiin.li'i ('.omt.v Il.inU.
sw.novs ami lif siAl 11 Wis.
Saloon (ilifl Ivrstiiurant ' in Daily l. c to Haiclays' In nr
Tl ,: Store, either on the Lcwc or on Wa-Ii-
WI.NES, LKjl il!s AND ( ICAHS iuirfoii Avenue, and (Jet What a
CniitHiil!y on hiiin! ; iilsn I, ii. . orif i ii 1. 1 Ty on huni! a
lar'i .iiiiy of
Kl.TITS, LEMONS, OIJ A Nfi ES, A I'l'I.KS,
AT Wlllll t l.l: AMI 111 TAIL,
O til' Old I'l l Ill'ii Hotel, lilt llliln ,cvee,
IMMIT AMI s(iK MAKI.Ifs.
, I KM IT AXU SlMK MAKKU
i ATHENE CM IICILDINi!,
I IHM III -l. 1 1I I Avenue. Int. I
SlMll llllll Si Velllh !. I
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I the lllllille tfenerul I y llllll lie hn- I'e, I'lillv rei'l'ivell
I he tltle.l llllll llln-l seleel sloek nl l.eilthel nt e very
lle.el,lloti ever lil'iillelil ,,. cll.v. All Hoik III
Ills II xeellle.l ll'olllll I V llllll III III,' lies. 111 ll I, le ,',
j Km Ire -n 1 1 I'n.t i ii u'hen In cveiy tn.tnuee, ft l -P
I reil-iilllllll''. A eol'llliil 111 1 till I III CNIclntill tilllllto
I .-.'111 llllll I'Mlltlllie L-ooll-llllll lelllll plli'i'..
.',,,l,j,ma1lo UiU hw,
Eioiriii Stiikkt, iiu Hiscr's Jltiil.linfx)
IHri.llYK oiilv Hrt eliis. iiiknieti, imil tinleii.
i ols lo hiioriilto toll I'oiiiieoi,- trf:itiei,t,
mm: tu is.
Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, China,' tilass ami other
"Ware; (Sold and Silver hipcr,
Tissue- and (Hazed hi jut, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps..
Lyres and Crosses; 3Ios. fine
Colors; Wax Flower Iibtriie
tion Hooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths. White, Walnut, and
For all these go to lhuclajV.
Halil Heads. Attention !
C.irholino at. 1 Jaivln v'.
Main and Fancy Stationery;
Papateries in larie VHi-iety,
attractive for their leautv,
sVovelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning I'apeteries; Letter
Note, Fools and Leal Cap
pf'l's; FnveloM'S, Tens, IViicils;
French, Kni;lih and Ameri
can Inks: Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Tinie;
Chalk Cravons AVhiteaml As-
j sorted (ohirs; Ilubher U inN,
i etc. If in Want don't h un-
.. , ,
til ou have Seen and Pi iced.
For till the., tro to Harclavs',
' (irav Hairs !
Xow's 'S'oiir Chalice
I'.MMIULINE AT H l:( LAY -'.
Luliiu's. Atkinson's and all
Iniportetl and American Per
fumes at low Prices, Call and
KM in i
For these in Oi iojiiii Unities Hud in
;1 ' Hlllk. L'O to I'.ill cliIVs'.
MiiiKlintr Out ! I)('ii'(iie !
( 'ai l n ilitic at I ia relay.-".
ATT K NT I (
2 ' II" you want h little Vaiiii-li,
g z. Fiirnitiiie INdMi. LiiN'edOil.
i r ij I Turpeiitiiie.Wliile Pead. paint
J or Colors of am kind, a Wliite
r. vah Hrusli. Paint or YainMi
1'iihli. Stove Pliickinir. Slioc
I Mcsviiiir. Sewing 3Iacliine 0ilt
' or any of nil Hinulreil oiTicr Articles
Want ut I'rices to Suit the times.
Csirbolino !r the 'i'oilct.
Feather Pusters. (Ktrich and
In very I.avtre- Variety ami at HoUom
I'rices. Ask anil Sec at HarHays'.
For ( arbolin o,
I ? . , , ., , I . , , , ( I , , I'l.-,,...
lllt lllN 1 rS I. I ll I 1 t s. ( .
; Puy your Sumnier Disinfect,
ants, Copperas. Cavholie Acid
, Powder, Promo Chloralmn,
j Chloride Lime.
J Now is tin- Tiinc un tVso (Jonds to Iitiy
, Chi ap ut HaH hiy'u.