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THE DAILY (JAIKO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKN1MG, JUNE 6, I8S-4.
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.ertlon or $l.W pir k.
ORKEST.-l ottdifu ou l'ourtciulh Slrirl up
Apply to JH. LKACIT
lln.llH thH I'oHOIPC 'II in ""
WANTKD One itave cotter and two duck itnve
1,'ilnlei. N"no but experienced mon need
innlr CHICKASAW CUOPKKAGK CO., .
i Ot Memphis, Trail.
VOll RENT McotUiM, Sooth Blrto Fourth St
near corner V antiunion Anne.
G ll.lt BUT.
To solicit order for the
KallTrado. Fi.r terms address wuhrefs.
8. C. PALMEK.UloontlUKton, 111.
T ANTED EXPERIENCE) SALESMEN To
put in tome rapltal and run a pans f men In
theleld. Olve full particulars of what jou can
and will do and your term .
8. C. PALMER, Blonmington, 111.
WASTRD LOCAL AUKNTS-To mil aud del ver
" on commission. A ijo.id chaiico f.T a capable,
energntlc aud truntwonliv man. .,,Tii
8. C. PALMER. Dloonilnt'tun. III.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEX.VXDKK COUNTY
rSTEUHO AT TUB CAIHO TOSTOFKIOE FOR
THANPMISSION Til ROUGH THE MAILS AT
8KCOKD CLASS KATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
AdJitiunul locals oa third piu;e
A. negro ntued I. B. Smith got several
of his finL'crs budlv cut by a piw at the
Box Factory yestarday.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Bruv
ery, Jacob Kleo. tf
Jailor Cain lias been getting in some
good wurk on the street crossing with his
little jail gang during the last few exces
sively damp da8.
Miss Addie Warner, duuyhtir of Man
ager Warner, took her departure yesterday
for Pholpa City, Mo., to spend the summer
with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Donnelly.
Miss Lills Henderson and Miss Man 1
Burnett were passengers to Golconda last
night on tho steamer Hudson, on their way
t) Dixon Springs to spend the summer.
A. young girl sixteen years oi l died at
East Cairo, Ivy., yesterday moruing of email
pox, and two other children, likewise
afflicted, were not expee'ed to survive
through last night.
Mrs. James Craig, of Metropolis, Mrs.
Win. Goldenburg and daughter, and Miss
Lena LcClere, of Vefay, Iu 1., ara in tho
city since Wednesday, visiting at the resi
dence of Mr. C. W. Henderson.
Mr. T. Gorman returned yesterday
from his visit North, to Minnesota. He
Bays the rivar is not lii;li up there aud will
not contribute much toward the "Juno
rise" here; but business generally is boom
ing. Accordiug to the almanacs and the
city's contract with the Gas Company thero
ought to have been moon shine lust night
and tho Beveral nights before; but there
wasn't and the city was enveloped in gloom.
The almanacs are to blame.
Mr. E. B. Dietrich, of the Texas and
St. Louis Railroad, has removed from the
corner of Twelfth aud Poplar to the house
until within a few days occupied by Divis
ion Superintendent Hudson, of the Illinois
Central, corner of Eleventh and Cedar
Streets. Mr. Hudson's family lias gone
North for the summer.
The music-loving people of thu city
turned out in goodly numbers last night to
the musicalo at the residence of Mr. J. M.
Lansden; and as usual ou these occasions,
when the city's popular players and singers
exert themselves for the entertainment of
their friends, the affair was one that will
long ba pleasantly remembered by those
who were there.
The cas' S that hivo been takiug up
0 much time of the County Court for the
last week, involve about $9,000. They are
therefore of considerable importance. Judge
Robinson Beems to appreciate this fact, for
he is giviug the attorneys in the cases a
very long and very patient hearin". His
judgment will not bo formed without duo
deliberation and a thorough knowledge and
careful consideration of all the "points"
bearing upon them.
We want pie. We want it for the
colored "man and a brother." The bestow
al of the empty honor of the Temporary
Chairmanship by the Republicans on tho
colored man aud brother, ami that simply
to rebuke the Blaine fiction, won't satisfy
Trie Bulletin iu its demands that the
party give the race proper recognition
There is no pie in the Temporary Chair
rnansliip. Nothing short of a place on the
ticket will answer and no le!9 a penouage
than Hon. W. T. Scott, of the old Twen
tieth Illiuois, will satisfy us. We have
The down-town police courts havo
both been closed for several dsys past
JUdgo Robinson has been at the Court
Houio every day, giving the poor lawyers a
chance to &ay a few words about matters
Of importance, and Magistrate Comin-'S
in Chicago, you kuow, giving tho boys
pointers" on "solo" and adjusting the
wires for. Bat then, as bet'otu when the
courts were closed, so now, we, have, not
missed them at all. No court', no crimi
Hals seems to be rapidly growing into an
axiom an established principle rcnuirini
no proof; and a sure remedy for crime
Kami to be within cany reach.
a il!.M .il.n. l.-P -i
aumeiuiuj; miner uui ui uiu usual or-
der occurred at the Comique last night,
T Iha , Kaeru. net, t,f tl,o f.ffu.uivM,
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Diriuaayo! p. snar es uowam, tue stage
manager, lue stage liad been beautitully
decorated for the occasion. Mr. Howard
received a gie .t many presents and floral
ornimi'iits, etch of tho lormer
with a tu'iit littlo spji.'ch by Mr.
Koin who officiated. Chief among tho
presents was a diamong pin from thu com
pany, orchestra tnd several friends out
side. Mr. Howard was visibly atlVrted
aud thaokud the donors briefly and feel
ingly. IU is probably on of the oldest
black-face character artists on the vaiibty
stag", both iu ago and in profession, and a
man of much more than ordinary ability in
his lino and highly esteemed by those who
know him best.
Cobdon Sentinel: "Ten days ago the
prospect for a largo strawberry crop was
its good or better tlian it had been before
for several years. A week has made a rad
ical change for the worse. The Wilson,
from which much was hoped this year, is
rusting badly. The Manchester, Sharp
less and Crystal City are badly rusted. La
fayette Hi ndleman had a flue bed of the
Captain Jack, but they show signs of a ten
dency to button. 8 ime beds of his Bid
well are rusting, but John Clay says his
Bidwells are nearly free from rust and are
looking finely. The Phelps Seedling is
peihaps sulfering more than any other
variety. Reports from Makauda are very
discouraging; the Phelps is grown ruoro
there than all other varieties combined.
If it proves a failure, it will be a great
misfortune to the Makanda people."
Reform? Certainly. We can not have
too much of it. In any community of this
s'3 and situated as this is, there is always
room for reform in some direction, in some
direction or other, and there always will be
so long as burr an nature remains
human nature and the milleniutu
is not lingering around in tho immediate
vicinity. But, gentlemen of the City Coun
cil, let tho etforts for reform be made for
the sake of reform not for the primary
purpose of spiting and injuring individuals
toward whom you do not feel kindly. Li t
not potty revenge and gtinuing hypocracy
dictate tho action and blast its fiuits. Al
dermen who will advocate social purity as
a primary and ultimate put pose, aud who
will seek to bring it about in any manner
that is consistent with common sense and
experience; who will go about it caliunly,
deliberately and with an honorable motive,
will have the hearty support of the com
munity and of the press. But the man who,
hiding a despicable purpose under cover of
a cry for reform, rushes madly into meas
ures and means without stopping to consid
er the public weal or woe, forliets all claim
to public confidence and respect; he is not
a sale man in a position of public trust
and authority, neither is he who will follow
such a man's lead.
The following dispatches received here
last night gives a full report of the Chica
go convention at its night session last night
up to 11 o'clock.
Cuicago, June 5, 7:131 p. m. Convention
called t9 order at 7:32 o'clock fully ten
thousand people in hall and ntreets around
Motion to issue tickets to 500 Veteran
Call of States for presentation of candU
lates being proceeded with.
Cullom mentioned amid great applause
8:13 p. m. When Logan's name men
tioned, cbeeis continued for somo time.
8:30 p. m. Martin J. Tounsend will pre
sent Arthur. Blaine will be presented
by W. II. Wist, the blind orator of Ohio.
His name will not be pre sented till Ohio is
8:2G p. m. Logan's nomination second
ed by Geu. Prentiss of Missouri.
8:35 p. tn. When Maine was called tre
mendous cheering, whole houso on its feet.
8:53 p. m. Judge West is presenting
Blaine and paying eloquent t'ibute to him
which is frequently interrupted by cheers
Ho refetred to President Arthur which also
called forth repeated cheers
When West finished there was renewed
cheering. West continued for somo time,
after which Davis, of Minn., took floor to
9:30 p. m. D.vis said people of Coun
try asked this Convention to grant their
twice deferred desire. That Blaine was not
of a state but of all the country, from
Maine to California.
0:32 n. m. Blaine' nomination also
seconded by Gedloc, of Kentucky, in a stcr
9:41 p. m. Thomas I'latt, of N. Y., ulso
second nomination, received with applause
Piatt asked Blaine delegates to stand firm
and victory uow and in JNovetnoer was
theirs. He was following by Graw, ot Pa
who also was for Blaine.
9:50 p. m. When New York was called
house burst into cheers, which was general
ly participated iu. Towuseud nominated
Arthur in a eloquent address of nearly an
hour in length. Latter part of his speech
delivered amid a good deal confusion am
10:37 p. ni. Bingham, of Pa., seconded
nomination of Arthur iu enthusiastic speech
which was well received.
Mr. A. B. Davenport, of 307 Fulton
street, Brooklyn, felt he had a new hold
on life, even while approaching his "three
scoro years and ten." 1 be reason was tliat,
nfter trying tho new rheumatic remedy
Athlophoros, ho found it to be a rcnewer of
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...... ... .,. ,v tii.iui mi nnuuBl yuuuuui
I - i.r, . ..."
activity. J nave been cautious," he writes,
lor o long a tmio in recommending it to
r' ll" I "a irieU 118 ClllCaCV in U1Y OWU
caser and I am now free to state tho esti
,.ta I put upon it os tho safest and most
I efficient cure I have any knowlcdgo of."
A DARK AND BLOODY DEED,
Committed By a Devil to Remove
the Witnesses of a For
His Murderous Hand Iinbnod iu tha Blood
of a Father and Mother and
Their Pour Children,
Harrowing Details of the Darkest Crime
on Record The Butcher a Near
Relative of His Victims.
The discovery of the horrible butchery
of au entire family by a single murderer
has caused tho wildest excitement In
this part of the country. The bodies were
found iu Sugar Creek, five miles from
Pleasanton, aud details of the terrible af
fair are given us follows: The discovery
was first made by W. II. Matheuy, who,
looking for a crossing on tho creek, dis
covered the bodies of two culldreu
In the water. Ho gave the
alarm, and further Investigation re
vealed the ui06t shocking deed ou record.
It appears from evidence obtained that a
man with a team and wagon containing
u woman and three children drve
into the woods on Sugar Cret-k
about a mile above the mouth on
Tuesday of lat week and there com
niitUd the deed. The boy and girl found
hi the creek were aged eight aud thirteen
years. Both bore marks of violuuee, tho
girl's head being crushed In several places
aud the boy's skull crushed and throat
cut from ear to ear. The next body
found was that of a girl about sixteen,
whose headless trunk lay between tho
wheels of the wagon, while the head lay
near a pallet fifteen feet from the wagon.
Clots of blood showed that she hud met
her fate at that place. The head 4iad
beeu severed near tho body and the skull
crushed In several places. Several gashes
on the arm showed that she had made
The lourth body was loumi somo live
hundred yards northeast of the wagon,
partially concealed iu the forks of a fallen
tree. This was the body of a wonmu
probably thirty-five or forty years ol age,
and numerous wounds showed that Mie
had made resistance and- probably ran
into the woods to escape. The skull was
crushed and throat cut, nearly severing
her head from the trunk.
A horse was gracing iu the vicinity,
while a complete set of harness except
bridle, indicated that tho perpetrator
took the other horse to escape. Tlie
wagon contained a cross-cut saw, two
iron wedges and a few cooking uten
sils. The clothing on nil the bodies
was quite plaiu, the women hav
ing on only cadco dresses, and but
very little other clothing. A yellow
shepherd dog with white feet and a white
ring around his neck, evidently belonging
with them, hung around the bodies as if
familiar with them. Nothing was found
about the wagon or on the persons to in
dicate who thuy were or where they came
from. A thimble and fifteen cents in sil
ver in the pockets of the woman were the
only trinkets round. A lire, wluen was
still burning,- had probably destroyed ull
letters and marked articles, if any hud
Constable Gass came to town and
'Squire Atkins Impaneled a Coroner's
jury, which could elieit but few facts
further than a description of the unfor
tunate parties and that they came to
their deaths at the hands of some un
known party, probably on Tuesday after
noon or eveniug, May 27.
Thomas Holmes, w ho lives about half
a mile south of the sceue of the murder,
testified that a spare-built man about
fifty-five or sixty years of age, with thin,
grayish w hiskers, came to Ids house early
Wednesday morning and seemed very
much unnerved, claiming he had a chitl
and wished to rest. His answers were
incoherent, aud he claimed he did not
kuow where he was, and mentioned
something about coming from Mulberry,
Mo. it was suspected he was the mur
derer. It is pretty well ascertained that
a party passed through this place and in
quired for Jones Switch and the prospect
of getting work there. Four women's
hats were found iu the wagon, w hich led
to the belie! tliat there was another vic
tim. The bodies were very badly de
composed, having lain probably six days.
This, together with the mutilated condi
tion, presented a sight horrid and sicken
ing. Sam Miller while searching along the
creek yesterday found another body,
which proved to be that of a girl six or
seven years old. She had the same marks
as the others, having her skull crushed
and throat cut.
Mr. Mat. Mulils, living in Missouri,
about three miles from the State line,
identified the victims as the family of
John 11. Anderson, w ho has been living
in tliat vicinity since last winter. A
nephew of Mrs. Anderson, by the name
of Louis Wamplcr, lived with them and
is supposed to have committed the deed.
Wamplcr and Anderson left together on
Sunday, Way L'5, and on Monday eve
ning Wamplcr returned and told
Mrs. Anderson that Mr. Anderson
was in jail at l'lcasantou aud that
she was tieeded as a witness, lie hastily
packed the family in the w agon and start
ed after dark. He passed through here
Tuesday morning about two o'clock, and
told a night watchman his name and made
some inquiries about the road. Wamplcr
is about thirty-live years old, heavy set,'
with black hair and heavy dark mus
tache. It is supposed that ho killed An
derson on Monday and returned for tho
Anderson was a member of Jewell Post,
No. fl, U. A. R.
The cause of tho murder is supposed
to have been to cover np a previous
crime known to Andersou and his lamiry.
Anderson's body was found yesterday
in a disused coai shaft on Yocura farm,
just over the line of Hates Cuunl-y, Mis
souri, with a hole In his head, probably
made with an axe.
Tho search for Warapter so far has
been unsuccessful, but it is certain tliat
he was seen In a boat ou tha river last
night, and Is undoubtedly hitting some
where in the neighborhood. Search will
bo continued this morning aud it Is
thought he canuot possibly escape. Tho
County ComralssioiMTH have offered a re
ward of $500 for Wwnpkir's capture.
Great excitement prevail.
Tun A. W. Dimook ft Co, Assignment.
Nkw York, Jun 6.-chcdule fn the
assignment of A. W. Diinock & Co., bank
ers, state that their liablHlcs are $2,932,-
hv.i; nominal assets, :i,848,(K2, and
actual assets, 3,08090.
Loanox, Juuo 6. Minister Lowell In
forms the Associated Press of his inten
tion of resigning.
The Manchester cup was won by Ham
mond's illly, Florence; Newbury's colt,
Kubertsou, second; Mantou's mare, Car
rie Hoy, third. Eighteen starters.
Parliament reassembled to-day. Mr.
Anderson asked if the Government had
inado any representation to Washington
iu regard to the termination of the dyna
mite outrages. Mr. Fltzmaurice request
ed that notice be given this question.
UASE HALL BIUCVrriES.
Score of Oames Played on Wednesday,
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, fi; Buffalos,
4. ...St. Louis Unions, 5; Chicagos, 6, in
four innings; game interrupted by rain.
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 9; New
Yorks, 1 .
New York Metropolitans, l'J; Cincin
nati s, 2.
Washington, 1). C Columbus, 8;
Providence, U. I. Providences, 4;
Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny's, 11; In
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, 8; Tole
Brooklyn, N. Y. Louisvilles, 6;
Detroit, Mich. Clevelands, 13; De
Bay City, Mich. Qiiiucvs, 4; Bay
Last Saginaw, Mich. Sagluaws, 13 j
St. Pauls, 11.
Port Wayne, Lid. Fort Waynes, 4 ;
A New Sun.
Ci.nciwaii, O., June 5. Tho Sun, a
two-cent morning paier, made its appear
ance this morning. It is independent iu
politics, and is managed by Chas. M.
Steele, formerly of tli .nc-Jour)uil.
The latter paper will be sold this morn
ing. The Sun Is printed at the Eitnim
Formidable Demonstration by Strikers.
Pn isiii ucii, I'a,, Juno 5. A Somerset
(Pa.) special says: Five hundred labor
ers employed by Collins Bros., con
tractors on the Pennsylvania ltoad, struck
yesterday. They congregated at Som -rsot
with banners flying and armed with
clubs, but committed no act of violence.
During the evening a number of them
got into a free tight on thu diamond and
one of them was f.itally injured.
P.aning Mill Damaged by Fire.
Ci.kvli.am), (.)., June 5. Mac Allister
Company's Planing Mills were damaged
:io,()oo this morning by lire of unknown
The French parliamentary committee
lias made a favorable report ou the im
portaion of salted American meats after
minute inspection. The importation of
fresh meats from countries where trich
inosis exists is prohibited.
The liabilities of ex-President James
1). Fish of the Marine Bank are placed at
Si,l':i0,L'8l in the schedule filed; nominal
value of assets, $l,I73,:l',i2; estimated
actual value, 3W,5'.i4.
Grain and Provisions.
THL'itSDA Y, Jt'NES, IKSL
Cotton Stonily; middnm,'. 11 fci'tll V:.
I'c.orii Steady; XXX to elioifu, ffU-'il Ko;
W iikat Lower: No. 2 ited, 1.0"tf 1,06 ;
No. :i Ited.H.V'sWic.
CoHN-Stronirer: No. S mixed, Mlo;
No. vrliite liuxod, S'W-ITe.
I Iats Siifiuly: No. Z, Itcdlio.
Kyk Nominal: No. t. b",',a.
Tun Ki n-r u nt; lutfs euminoti to choice,
$j.1.V.(,lu.eo; leal; common reil leaf, JS.iwj
lii.m); medium to irooil 17.50.
Hav Prairie f 1 1.00 for prime; 12.00r;l3.U0
fur choice; mixed, flojil.'l fur common to
primp: timothy LV.IS for prime to fancy.
Huttkk Weak: choice to funcy creamery
lsiliie: dairy, choice to funcy, jl'<k:; low
Kims Stetidv. at 10' ic
pcd ATOKs-New llrm at f-'.OO.W per bar
rel lor choice and SiK'.ve per t'U.
Point Dull; standard uiesi, $16.7V.x 17.nO;
liuid side. $111.50.
l.AHi) Itull; prime atoum, 'T(,'c.
lUciiN fonirs. eViilic; fliorU, Virh:o:
Cleat ribs. !'!i'ac.
Wool Tub-washed, choice, It'K'ic; fair.
30..;!lc; diniry and low aiiai. L iiwashed
Choice medium, SJc; (rood avei-aire medium
ai'H'Zlc; nt'k'eti'J litrht tine l'vJi'; (food av
enu'O, I7"'sc; heavy :jfjlu; combinir,
bfo xl, Ui.:ie: eoinbintr, low irra les, l.V-i.ISc
HliUiS Ouiet; dry Hint. l'.,c: dam-
Red, JlP'iCj bulls or Ma.'S, Ilk'; dry
salted. l:.'c: dry Raited, tlaimwd, Hie; kip and
calf, salted. HSc; daimoriMl, tt-jc; bulls and
stains, oc; green, uncmed, 7V; damaged,
hiiKKP l'Ki.TS Steady; jrreen, :n $); dry
do, 4U'.0e as to amount and qualltyo!' wool;
green shcarliiiifs, Ue; dry ilo, loiilie; lamb
Wiikat Weaker; No. a Ited. Jim ,'. Il.no..;
July. ti.mU: Auiius', JI.ni',; .September.
Cok.v Steady; No. 2 mixed, June, ta:c
July. (HIV: Auauit, tnvlC: September, V,a.
OATS-Stcaly: No. 2, mixed, June, :u-o:
July.Wc; AiiKust. avtir.
l'uovisio.Ns Pork l)uli; spot mess, $17 09
(&17.50; Lard-IiiKhi r; sit-uai. June,
( HK'A 10.
WitKAT-Steady: Juno, H7',c; July, 8iio:
August, '.ni'ne; .September. HI ',c.
CoHM Kirmer: .lune.Mc; July, S(li(it.riKo;
Amriist, 5T '; September, ' c.
Hats stronger; June, iii; July, .'JKic;
August, 'fli'v1: September, 27 Sc.
poiiK Wt uker; Juno, jlW.17"i: July,
fill 17',: Auiriisl, tl'.i.l7 ',.
Lakh Slea ly; June, $s.0!: July, S.17';
Auifust, fs.ao. 1
SHOUT Kins July, i'S.ii); AiiKUst. fsJtt'f.
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos Keeelpts, IH,(ki; moTenitely active;
lUiiit, t-l.wr.i-sjw; roinrli puckimr, t.i.(n .30;
heavy pnclibiir nild shipping, f "i..,tVz5.li.Y
Caiti.e Iteoeipt.s, 7.SU.J; w,a;cr ami low
p-rales, IO"'irc. lower; exports f(i.oo.7U;
good to choice, sfii.HI-vi.MJ; co. union to fair,
Shkup liece'pt i. 2,:inO; dull; iroo.l to choice,
fl.j Q"..Ti; common to fair, .iXmi.t Oil. j
Catti.k lleoelpts, 1,131; iro d niades -teafiy;
IU di in lower; ini'lvo steers, I,:ito I.HHlhs.
nveiiiife, H.iO f.no; do, l."ni to l.U) lbs. avor
Bie. f.'KijUr.d.l.lHI; cows, -.2.f-i.iNI.
Ifoos llecoipts. in.tmo; fir.i.cr and hlnlier;
hxs of -M to oSO lbs. itvenitre, (M-90'jiA.SO;
Shkhi' Keoclrts, UJJi quiet ami uuchanircd.
rATTl.K-l'nehaneil; go 1 to choioe
stt ers, $il.lKK'o...Ml; (food to common, .50J
fi.wj; native mockers, sa.ao&i.ai : choice, f 4 t
Qni good to choice winM re I Texans, tft.OOft
Sunup Prices caster, but not ipmt ibly
lower; common to choice sheep wcUniimr
U2 pounds, fYOO; Inferior to fair, 2. , fli.iNi.
Hons Market dull mid lower; sood to
holee Vorkvcs, fJi.A..Ti; poor to ined iiiu
f.i,'MP'1.-',,i biitcbom' fc-rtt'lcs, li.l.l'tn i.r.o.
SUMMER DSD ER WEAR!
Examine our lariro tockot
the 15-cpnt gauze Undershirt to the iinest 85.00 Jhll)rigan.
Our stock ot Summer Hosiery is complete comprisim: Lisle
Thread, ttilbriggan and Silk L'alMIo c.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Punts and Waists
Commencing MAY 20tli and for this week Mil v.
200 pes Calico, Sc.; worth 7 and itc.
iiO pes (liiifflisuiK 10c ; worth M and I.V.
.")() pes Victoria Lawns. 10, VI 15, 17 1-1' and 20r.
50 jics India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 171-2 mid 2i)c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, K), 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20r.
25 pes Fancy litems. 25c; worth &V.
25 pes I'oiiyfun -ilks. fancy patterns, :;7e.: worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 ami HOc: worth 75 and DOc.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at 82 00; worth S:L00.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50:
50 Elegant Jrocade ;-ntin Parasols, with lace, $1.00:
IlaimVmc line (if Plain ami llnnd-painted Fans at greatly
IUUGAIXS for EVKHYHODr Uiis iveelc, at
J. I3C UG ICR'S,
Japanned 1 Berlin and Ajjjato AVare,
Iiiid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Afrent lor Adams & Westluke Oil. Gasoline ana" Has tovcs, Detroit
h'afe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows. CliillpJ Plows, Walkiii Cultivators,
( oin Slicllers, Planters, Ktc, Ktc.
IVao 97 99 Ki-hth Street,
lUfe. Li C OO, CAL.RO, 111.
TKI.Kl'IIONK N'O. 'O.
OFFICE: Room No. 1,
713 OHIO LKVEE,
T IV STT R. A?
Iiverpoi l and Linulo.1 Oliilic,
Gt'imaiMa Fire Ins. Co.,
Sl)iing:Hcltl F. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Hire Ins. Co ,
Xiagai alns. Co.,
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &e.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
ICngravi lifts and
CIO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av., bet. 8th & 9th Sts.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
TELEPHONE NO. 133.
Jiiirlit Wear Uinlci wi ai' from
M. 0. 11. II. Building,
- - GAJLio, ijr.
New York Underwriter's Agency,
Oerniaii-Ameiican Ins Co ,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLARK & LOVETT,
Telephone No 108
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Success :t to Chas. T. NewUml an.l
II. T. Oerould.)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fit
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
CAlltO. : : : ILL,.
Uilve Wt'll K.irce iind I.lfl Pump furnished and
put up. Aijent for tiro Uulcbruted
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPM,
IhubeKt pump uver tnvi'ntod. Ne Uus Fixture
lurnfolieil to order. O.d fixtures repuirBd and
tSJoliblng promptly attvuded to. 819-tt