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THE DAILY OAlRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNIIsG, JUNE 7, 1834.
1,'otlre In thl folutnu mrue Unci or Ich i5ci'ni
Cdu lmrtlon or $l.iw pi-r win.
FOli KENT Cottage on Fourteenth Ntrwt op
notUtf tli I'o'iortii e to lot to a mll family,
ply to Oil. MiACH 4 11
rANTKD One (lave cutter and two alack ititvo
lolntcri ine Dili vxpenpneru men nvoa
v. CUICKA8AW CoOPMtAliK CO.,
X)U REST-Mf cottas. South into Fourth St ,
' near corner Wanhluijtou A'enuo. ApoWioon.
WU. U, G1LUKKT.
'ANTED ACENTS-To aoHclt orders for the
Kill Trade, k.t term a'lurusa witrir.'rt.
6. C. l'AI.MKU, liloomiiton, 111.
WASTED KXPEH1ENCKI) 8AI ESM UN To
11 put in aomo capital ami run a pang of men In
thcfli-.J. Give full particulars of want you cau
uatl will do and your term.
8. C. l'ALMER, B'.oomtua'ou, 111.
1VASTED LOCAL AGKNTS-To loll and deliver
t on ommlMton. A good chauco fir a capable,
nireallc ami t run wort hv man.
S. C. l'ALMEK, Bloominpton, III.
The Daily Bulletin.
OITICIAL VWEU OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
EKTEUED AT TUB CAIRO TOSTOKKICK Foil
TKANSMISSION TIlttOVOHTHK MAILS AT
BliCOSD CI.AS9 RATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third pac.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson alvertises he r
Seventh Street property for rent in special
Ice, wood anl kindling, at City Brew
crj'i Jacob Klee. tf
A3se3ir Miles W. Parker id still pur
suing the dear people who own anything
snl prejnriuj scluJulo of property for the
U0 of the collector.
Persns h )Uin orders autt warrants
for leej work, alhwe.lat tha list meeting
of the City Council, should present them
to-day tor piymont.
Mr. W. II. Suhutter liaa already enter
ed up m his duties as health officer. There
is considerable t) do in his line and he is
taking energetichold of his duties.
Some malicious person cut the wire
BCreens of Mr. N. Williams' butcher simp
tp town duriug Thursday night. The doors
will have to be newly wired. No clue to
the perpetrator of the mischief was found
During last mouth the highest point
marked by the Ohio on the Government
Gauge here was 33 feet 5 inches, on the 9th ;
the lowest point was 21 feet 4 inches, on
the 31t; total rane during the: mouth was
17 feet 1 inch.
The rain iuterfers very mueh with out
door work. Tho several gentlemen who
have contracted to d ) tho filling on certain
Btreets are nil reaJy to go to work but the
streets are too wet to permit them. The
Marine Hospital ground also remains un
broken because of its dampness.
.-lira. L, E. Williamson can still be
found at her old Btand on Seventh Street
with a largo stock of stylish millinery
goods of every discription, which she olfers
to sell t greatly reduced prices from now
until her removal to her new utand. Ltdies
eh ml J call upon her at once. It
The Cairo Division of the Wabash lias
hfcd another lit of wrecks within the last
forty-eight hours. -Thursday night a train
jumped the track near Olmstead aud yes
terday morning another went off near Tun
nel Hill, causing some damage to property
and delay of other trains, but fortunately
no loss of life or serious injury to persons.
Cjunty Court was onvened yesterday
by Justice R)binson, and tho attorneys iu
tha case of the Illinois Ceutral Railroad
Company vs. the collector of Alexander
County occupied all day in their arguments.
Judge Green concluded his argument about
noon. Mr. Leek followed and will conclude
this morning when the court will probably
take the case un ier advisement.
JeiTerson Club No. 8 completed its or
ganization last night. Tho "permanent
committee" is composed of Tbos. W. Shields,
D. T. Linegar, and Jno. II. Robinson. All
applications for membership must be made
to the permanent committee. We under
Btand that a young Jefferson Club will be
organized also, and that'there will be anoth
er Bimilar club in the Fourth Ward.
Magistrate Comings returned yesterday
from Chicago. He complied with a reso
lution of the convention, requesting all
"dark horses" to go home and Btay there
Until they should be notified ot their nom
ination or rejection. When last seen he
was as chcerfull as a successful candidate
and he ppoted proudly a Blaine badge un
der a nose - gay upon his larboard breast-
The Odd Fellows met Thursday uijrht
at their lodge room and elected new officers
for the next quarter. Mr. Henry Hnsenjager
was re-elected Noble Grand, Mr. McIIale
Vice-Grand, Mr. T. M. L ivett Recording
Secretary aud Judge F. Bross Treasurer.
The names of three candidates for member
ship were also p'taeoted. The new officers
Will be installed on the 1st Thursday in
Sergeant Riys report for M.,y tells us
that tho highest temperature lor the month
Was 82.5 on tha 10th; the lowest, 40, on the
2d; greatest daily ranyc, 23.7, on the 31st.
Prevailing direction of wind was South;
highest velocity, 34 miles per hour, on the
lOtb; total movement, 0,531 milts. The
Dean temperature for the month was CG.4,
or higher than it was the same month dur
ing the two ears immediately proceeding
tLia. Total rain full was 4.57 inches.
It is astonishing how many of our
jrouogsociety girla say "you bet," "betche
life," etc. The attention of our truly good
cituneilmen is called to this startling fact.
When tho evil effects of cigur poke, seven
up fur the drinks, and pool or billiard for
"chips," begin to show themselves in tho
ordinary conversation of oar charming sis
tvrs, and 1 1 taint the s icharino of their ruby,
ruby lips, it is certainly high timo to do
something or other.
The tax case in which Mr. W. C. Mul
key appeared for the plaintiff, States Attor
ney Leek for the collector, and Messrs.
Lluegur and Mathers for the bond-holders,
and which occupied tho County Court for
several days previous to yesterday, has been
taken under advisement by Judge Robin
son. Mr. Mulkey yesterday presented
this Judiro with a stron brief
in support of his side of the
ca.ic, aud it is thought that the court will
roach an early decision.
Civil Engineer Charles Thrupp as
still at work yesterday, laving out the site
and drawing the levels for the Marine Hos
pital. He was using a fine new instrument
in tho work which was very recently sent
him by a brother iu London, England. The
instrument is of the Trouhton & Simms
make, universally acknowledged to be the
tinest made. Mr. Thrupp needed a new
one for his old one he had used forty-four
years, and it had been in almost constant
service during that time. The tariff on the
instrument collected in this country as the
price of its admission wa9 $35.
Watermellons will bo on the market
soon now, over which fact there will proba
bly be no little satisfaction here where
there are many lovers of the lucious fruit.
But it is said there is to be greater difficulty
in getting them from the South than there
was last year by reason of a combination
formed among the planters there. The At
lanta Constitution says that molou season
promises to be of great interest iu many
respects. Last year when 8,000 carloads
were thrown upon the markets of the North
and West, much loss was caused by bad
shipments find poor selection of a market.
The melon growers have this year formed
a pool, and engaged Mr. Davis, of Albany
as their agent, who will make Atlanta his
headquarters for the entire business. Agen
cies have been established iu 249 cities of
the Northwest, containing a population of
over 5,000,000 people. The distribution of
melons will be so arranged that not a car
load will leave Atlanta until a market has
been found for it.
BLAINE AND LOGAN,
The Nominees of the Chicago Conven
tion. Chairman Henderson called the conven
tion to order shortly after 1 1 o'clock yes
terday morning, and the first ballot was
completed shorly after 12 o'clock.
The ballots wero as follows:
1st, Blaine, 332 ; Arthur, 278; Edmunds,
93; Logan, 03; John Sherman, 80; Lincoln,
4; W. T. Sherman, 2; Hawley, 12.
2d, Blaine, 3-19; Arthur, 270; Edmunds,
85; Logan, 01; Jno. Sherman, 28; Hawley,
13; W. T. Sherman, 2; Lincoln, 4.
3d, Blaine, 375; Arthur, 274; Edmunds,
0&; Logan, 53; Juo. Sherman, 25; Hawley,
13; W. T. Sherman, 2; Lincoln, 8.
During tho fourth ballot Blaine gained
steadily in nearly all the states that had
gone against him in the previous ballot?,
and when Pennsylvania was reached and
counted he was nominated, by a majority
of three votes. Tho result of tho fourth bal
h t was concluded at 4:45 p. m. and result
ed as follows:
Blaine, 544; Arthur, 207; Edmunds, 41;
Logan, 7; Hawley, 15; Lincoln, 2.
The convention aijournel soon after, till
8 o'clock p. m.
8:30 p. m. Convention called to order
at 8:55. Roll of states being called for
presentation of candidates for Vice-President.
8:40 p. m. Uhcn Illinois was reached
great cheers and long continued. Senator
Plumb, of Kansas, took stand to present
Logan, and was received with deafening ap
plause. 8:50 p. ni. Logan's nomination second
by Judge Thurston, of Neb., Lee, of Pa.,
House, of Mich., and others.
9:04 Motion to suspend rules and nom
inate Logan by acclamation, carried. Mo
tion to make nomination unanimous with
drawn and Logan's nomination further sec
onded by Bra lly, of Ky., Bethune, of Tenn.,
Lee, of S. C, Morey, of La. Much disorder
0:30 Convention ctillod to order after
chairman bail announced Lean's nomina
tion by accumulation, and roll of StateB
was called which resulted in all States go
ing promptly and solidly for Lagan till
New York was reached, which asked to
be passed for a few minutes.
9 :37 All States voted for Logan, except
ing New York which cast one for Foraker
and six for Greshman. Cannons Iwinrr
fired over result.
U:00 Convention ailjouruod Bine die
amid great enthusiasm.
v iiat man nas iionc, man can do. So
what Athlophoros, tho reat specific for
rheumatism and neurdgia, has wrought for
uiuwib i wi MwimpiiHii m the caBe or any
suffering mortal. Many neonln M,inU l.n.
cause they have suffered so long they must
Buffer on, suffer ever. Let tin in tfilrn Lit nil
from tho case of Mr. Chandler Williams, of
Utnjiam, N. Y who, alter twenty years of
almost constant pain, gained relict by this
j'uoicitui enemy ot uiocasg,
Wo favurthe I'stuulitthtuotit of a National
Bureau of Labor, the enforcement ot tin
,rtxtit-.hour taw, and a J udldousi-y stem of Kitt
era! education by adequate upprorlartoni
Iromtlio National rovcuuo wburevnrtiwHaitii
Wo Ix'lluve that everywhere tho protwtloi
to a ciUwn of American blrtli taunt bo
cured U) O t un by Amerleuii adoption, uml
wa favor the lettUmiuut of international dlf
fcrenctes by liilurnuMonul ai-bltrution.
Tho Ht-itublicau party, huviiivlu birth in a
hatred ol itlavo latior, and a desire that ull
wen may bo truly fine aud equal, Is unalter
ably oppo e J to piueluK our woritiiwuion in
oouiputaioti with any luruu of Burvilu labor,
whouutr at homo or ubroud. In this fptrti w
donOunuu tho iinporituion of Uio uontcotM
labor, whether tru.n fcuiopo or .Asia, a an
uJuusu tttfujnst tlti split of AiHortoun iiulitti
tlaua, and we plrxlge ourselves to mwUtUi the
prusttut law restricting- t nlnaso iminttf ration
and to provide aueh t uriber lejrisluiJoil as 1
ntH-wary to carry out Os purposo.
The reform uf tbo otvtl oorvlio auspii lonely
txarua under UrpubUVaB adji.ioJstmUi.il
nhooid bo completed by tbo fimhur extension
of the reformed syantm already estaullehod
by luwto oil the raile of tne tvio tv whieJ)
Ills tttniho.iblo. 1 he siilrit and rwufotu of
the reform should boobnorved iu all exjDoirtJve
apuoiiitmnnU, and ttU laws at tmrliuieo wttb
the objects of oliHtina reformed reflation
ahotrtd be rupoalcd, to the end thut the iiunxon
to free InsHrutloiis wbieti lurk iu the power ol
otllolol patronutfe tuny bo wisely and elective
'lire public lands aro a borltuw; of the people
ot tho V mtd States, and should be reserved,
as far as possible, far small h uMmtrs by aetuul
netflurs. We are oppoaod t the aoiiUlHitlou
of lariro trusts of thine luuds by corporations
or Individuals, espeohiliy wiutce Both holdings
are hi the hauUs-of uun-riiitant uUeus, and
wc will endeavor toobtam-aHcb; ity.a srion us
will tend to coraoct this Ml), W uomuiend
te (giW84hupedy.njeoveryof Uiudtcrtmuj
width have icvmd try rnasou of uou-eonipU-ance
wltJi aetft t tuoorporation In all eami
where thfre bts1eii iui aiteuaiitlaioodluith
to purfui-ni riiwn(liUou of sueh grunt.
Tlie cintuful thejilgi ofthe American people
are due to the Ufrjon s-jtittous and nilkirsof
rim late war, and, the Hepublluan party-vtitiuls
uiedtred to Hiiiutble peiiNioiui for ull who were
aiHtttiiD'i, rar rue wiaows ana orptiojus of U'
who died In Vtm win. The Rupulillcan party
alttn nledirea itself to the rerx-ai of tiin rfnrfiii.
tion ooiiUined in tut ai-mirs uet of 1S7V, no
thut ull Invalid sokliora may share alitte, uml
toon- pe.n-noim ovxiu wioi tu uoie ol aisiitnll-r-
or dlwharfe-e, uud not with Uie date of the
The ltepublicaa party favors a j'otioy which
iiull kof-p us from euta-ngtitur olilnncus witn
foreitf" uutions, whieh nivos ust'ie right to
expect timt rorifHrueM sua reTrain trotu nied
dliiw i AHierkiiu ulTuim. Tho policy which
seeks ieai cun trade with till powers, but e-
pcciully with those of the Western hemi
M e demuiui tue tt-io:a'iou or oiu- nuvy to
113 oiu lime cueiiain aim eiiicuaicj', tlmt it
may in tiny sea proU'ttt the l-hrhtnof Aiueriuan
cituoos nun uie iniiresis ot iuencan com-
nieree. ocmIiuu totiirrcas to reiuC-e tin
bur lens with w hich Amer.can sliippiiii; has
been depreMKl. that it uiay airain lx.i trm
tliMt we have a comineroo wliuih knaves no sen
unexplored, ami which takes no law lion)
sumii ior foixis
iooleid. That appoluUu'tntJ by the P.e.-i-
u. iu to oniees iu me ierrnor.es annual t u
niaile irom the bona tlile cittuum and iim
dents of the Terriurios thereto.
HtintomL That it id the (tut)' t Confrref's to
oimctHuch luws OHshuU promptly and elfeou
ally suinres the .-ynteiu of. jioiyttaniy within
our turntury, uud divoeoe fhe poliUoal trimi
tlie ecclesiastical power ot tli so-euilcrt .Mor
mon Church, and tiuit it Ktioaid uo ruwlly ui
forced by the civil iwtliorities if poMidjiv, ami
by the military if need be.
The iteopie of ttie Uiiifed Ptates,iu the or-iraniM-d
capacity-, wins Ittits a auon un I not
u contederuty of 8l,.tes. 'the Xaikmul Gov
erninetit is suireme iu tlie sphere of its .Na
tional dirty, and the Muu-s nave a reserved
rivcht which should lie. lanhl'ully inaintuiiied.
Each Khould be ruardd wiih jmJouu earn, mi
thut the hiumony 1 out gyweiii of itovern
u.em mic' be preserved aud the l inon kept
Tho perpetuity of our Institutions rests upon
the niatntenuHce of a fre ballot aud Ikiiii sI
count uud correct returns. We deiiouiu' tht'
fi uiKl and vti.len'.-e puctioed by the Ih-iikk-racy
in tlie Southern States, by which tlKr wall
of the voter is detvatl, as ilunircrous to tim
preservation of Iw institutiojm, uud we iwl
emnly arraign th UuinooraUo patty as beuiil
the (foilty recipient of tlie lrtilfssof sucn lraud
mid vl deiiue
Wc extent, to the KepiibUeaiM of tie South,
reiiirdU-ss of their fortitor pnrty atldintions
our conliiil sympathy, and pledge totheiu oiu
most ourm-e elloils tj proinoie the pasaaird
of such h-trmlmion as will t einro to every ciii
wu, of whatuA-cr nu-e ur color, the full an. I
complete rccoiruit ion, pos6ersion uud exercise
of all polit.cal niihts.
The American cricketers easily defeat
ed the Irish club at Dublin.
The rumored Kwigautkm of Mlulstti
Loweli is tteniotf by the London pe8.
Salt Lake City threatened with a hW
by a heavy rise lu the Jordon Ktvcr.
A meetrng of Oklahoma colonists wiJ
be held at Hunneweil, Kan- on June Iti
Bruon, Ute Uot Springs hank defaulter,
has been lionized by Lis friends since hW
Mukloou, the wrestler, won a match
over Martirvo, at Cincinnati, the purse
Edward E. Stg:r shot and fatally
wounded Jesse ISttUock at Ilopkiusville
Ky., Tuesday nifjht '
A large number of Oklahoma boomers
are on trial before Commissioner Sher
man ut Wichita, Kan.
The Democrat of the Sixteenth Ohio
Dtslrict have instructed delegates for Til
den and Hendricks.
The Grand Lodge of Masons in London
have expressed regret at the late ency
clical letter of the Tope.
Three hundred merchants attended tho
bunquet of tlie Merchants' Association
at the riiinkinton House, Milwaukee.
The forty-third annual commencement
exercises of the Missouri State Univer
sity took place at Colombia yesterday.
Colonel Thomas Iiuford, the Keatuck
lan who shot Judge KUiutt, has been re
turned to the asylum in a dyiii" condi
tion. Billy Smith, who burglarized the saio
of Fortune Bros., at Dullas, Texas han
been convicted aud sentenced to three
The Grand Lodge of Masous at Lnndnn
adopted resolutions expressing regret at
the recent anti-Masonic encyclical letter
of the Pope.
Isaac Wise and a negro girl of Colum
bia, S. C, while sitting together on a
porch were struck by a bolt of lichtnlnir
uud Instantly killed.
billy Keedy, was killed Thursday even
ing by a locomotive while trying to cross
tho i'ort Wayne & Cincinnati Railroad
track near Ada, Ohio.
At the Democratic State Convention. of
Connecticut a resolution was passed
pledging the support of the party to tho
nominee of the-Cbicago Convention.
Further returns from the Oregon elec
tion give the licpubHrans a good worfc
lug majority In both branches of the Leg
islature and the member of Congress.
Walter Baker, a printer In the employ
of tho Tribune News Company, Evans
viHc, Ind., fell from a tMrd-st jry window
Thursday afternoon and was fatally In
jured. The London police authorities have
suggested to Sir William Vernon liar
court, Home Secretary, that the United
States should HMke every shipper of ex
plosives certify to lta designation.
Wm. Myers, ntgfctctcrk at the Russell
House, Defiance, Onto, had bis throatcut
from ear to ear by a notortous woman
named Ann awjcht because he rofused
her and her parsmotTr a nwua.
Tho Coroqoe' Jury tjj0 0f Q
Harris, who wa jooticd at uis dinner
a tow day ago at Hot Spring, has re
turned a verdict fnat tie caino to bin drain
by poisoning. The baking powfler hatf
beon lmgrejrnated with atTfalmlno.
The net earnings of the Chicago k
Northwestern ltullwny for the year
amounted to ulne per cent, ou all out
standing common uud preferred stock.
Tlis Parllameut of Great Britain re
ussembled yesterday. The mutter oT
communis itiou wllh tho United Sbtcs
Govt riiineiit iu reference to dynamite
outrages was brought up.
DeinoiTullc Ktute Conventions were
hold yesterday In Alabama, Conueetleut,
Maryland and Vermont. Tho prefer
enccs of the delegates elected to the Na
tional Democratic Convention were over
whelmingly In favor of Tilden and Hen
dricks. UASE BALL, BUKVITIES.
Score of Games Ployed on Thursday,
J uue 4.
Washington, D. C Columbus, 12;
East Saginaw, Mich. Qulncys, 8; Sag
Pittsburgh, Pa. Indianapolis, 11; Al
Ualtimore, Md. Uostuu Unions, 18;
Baltlmores, 12....Ba)tlmores, 12; ToUi
Providence, B. I. Philadelphia, 9;
Chicago, 111. Buffalos, 12; Chlca
Philadelphia, Pa.-St. Louis, (J; Ath
Boston, Mass. New Yorks, 10; Bos
Brooklyn, N. Y.--Brooklyus, 10;
New York Cincinnati, 5; Metropoli
New Haven, Couu. Yales, 1 ; Amhersts,
Detroit, Mich. Cleveland, 5; De
Mexico, Mo. Chicago Ueserves, 15;
Mexico Browns, 1.
Bay City, Mich. Bay Cltys, 8; St.
Port Wayne, Ind. Fort Vaynes, 10;
Terre Haute, ind. Torre Hautes, 6;
Leading tho Break.
Ciiicauo, III , June 0. Missouri,
Michigan and Kansas led a break for
lllainc ou the third ballot, giving hiiu to
gether an increase of ten votes over the
second ballot, Ohio and Pennsylvania fol
lowing with two each. This created a
tremendous furore, the audience becom
ing very Impatient at a demaud for the
tedious poll of the Pennsylvania delega
tion, the evident purpose of which was to
give the enthusiasm time to cool off aud
thus prevent more breaks.
SHE Ml'KDl-'ItKD A HOY.
A Wisconsin Woman Sentenced
State's Prison for Life.
Mn.WAfKEK, Wis., June C. Mrs. Loug,
of Darlington, Wis., who killed the
son of a mail named Whlttemore
because the boy knew of the criminal
Intimacy of herself and Whitteuiore,
pi. niU'il gui.ty this morning and was sea
tcneed to States's Prison for life. Sle
had tried on several occasions to kifl
Whittcmore's wife, in hopes that she and
Whittemore could live together. Wbltte
more is under arrest as accessary to the
cl ime of killing bis son.
Grain and Provisions.
FUIIMV. JPNB6, rm.
lYoun .Steady; XXX ro choice, AAiAJ&t
W iiKAT-.SiejMly; Na i Hcd. $LOf.H1.065k;
No. 3 lied, Kfcjjiimj.
utw Stroturrr: No. 2 mixed, 52V&64c;
No. 2 white mixed, 5tU43.'e.
iMTO-SUuidy: No. , ittifXo.
Kvt-.'oiuinid: No. 8. Kwy.o.
Tiintcoo-r'irm; lus common to choice.
fo.7."rffl0.ai; leaf; coininon red leaf, tlUKJ
lu.fw; uieoiutn to frond ll2..JiuH7.(j(.
II T-Prairie J1U.0O for wninrv; ll.arR2.0
for choice; mi-d, titu,l2 for cuinnioti to
prime: timothy f1ll7iK) for prime to funcy.
Hi.'TraH Weak: ciHiee to fitriey creamery
lfxil'ic: dairy, clioico to fancy, jlftlso; low
Kuit Su-udy. ut IO?illc.
JHota rOKs-New firm at ti.mi2.f-S per bar
rel lor choice and '.Mt-'.Vc per bu.
l'oKK IXill; standard mess, IG.75il7.U0:
hard siile. fia.5.1.
Laud Dull; primp steam, 7'c.7so.
Haook l.onirs. s'.'I'e; shorts, VUWlci
do ii ribs. Wie.
W'lou-Tub-washcd, choice, ai.'S'4c; fair,
ftl-tii'.c; (linjfy hikI low M(i. Unwashed
Choice medium, fe; Rood average medium
iuib'.W; selected Itirltt tine lO30c; (rood uv
eiae, 17-f.lSo; heavy irijlUc; coinbinir, i
bio nl, u'lc: comliinif, low irrades, ItolSe.
Hitins-Ouiet: dry ntnt, IMtMIHc: dam
aired, Klfi.ia'ie; bulls or Mairs, Ifte- dry
Siilted. l'c: dry suited, dainatred, 10c; kip ami
calf, salted. Wc; da imu'c-d, tlC; bulls and
suicrs, 5-c; green, uncured, 7'ic; dainaircd.
Siikkp Pelts Steady; frreen, TOVde; d.-y
do, ItirSTOe., as to amount and quality of wool;
g-reen shi arHtifrs, 15e; dry do. 1DI3o; lamb
Wiiea r Firmer: No. 2 Red, June, f
juty, aukus', ai.utj: beut(
Coii.v Steady; No. 2 mixed. June,
July. 3'4e; AtiKUst, B4Sc: September,
Oats Steady; No. 2, mixed, June,
Julv, 3Sc; August, !tti'4c.
Fhovisions Cork Dull; spot mess,
&17.5U; Lard Hijrlvr; steam. June.
Whkat Firm ir ; June, Rfl'e; July, ooso;
Autriisl, OIHc; 8.ptorntT, W,c.
Corn hteudy; June, f5e; July, Biic; Au
gust, 57Sc; September, !inp.
tAT fHrouifer; June, mc; July. 33Vc:
Aiwust, gHXe; Fcpkiatr, L7),o.
lJittK 1 liraer; Juic, 119.20; July.
$111 ); Aitirtist, tlH.SO.
Laki Steudy; Juno, fl.05; July, ffl.l7(4:
SmiltT Kibs July, fS.40; AuRust. $S.50.
Live Stook Karketa.
Hoos Ueeclpts, jn.Olft: slow and weak, Mb
U lower: llfitit, 4.ttM45.4o; rousrh packrnir,
ITmW.&i; heavy packing and shipping, f5.:w
Cattlk Kneeipts, 7,100; dull and lOffluo
lower; exports, S.0O"ri4.7U; good to cholco,
t.26jti).f.O; common, f5.7rxl.to.
Shkui' Ileee.'pU 1.S0U; rtf'udy; (rood to
choice, f4.5Kii." B); tominou to fair. fif.Ooli
Catti.r-L' unhanged; gojd to cboloe
sVors. tl.00n.fi0: good to coaitnon, ti l&
.Htl; native stwikeru, yH.Wa4.STi: choloe, KR5
good to ciioloe winter:! Texans, i&MW
SHenp I'rlctis easier, but not ciuotibly
lower: common to oholoc sheep wllung
IB pounds. Vi.00; info-kir to fair, JS.IoatuS
MoOS-MnrUr-t dull uud tower; good t
Olioioo Yorkers, y. Va5.35 poor to modlum.
6.ftiSO.-U; butchers' grudOA, fjMt&'i.Ui.
K ANSAB CITr.
Cattwi UrMdpH,3.lfV) bt st Ktcudyi oUiers.
owert native se e , Uio to l,0r)Jh.Hvoai,1
"-10 fifl-Tft ; do, m to L110 II m. avei-age. t , . ui
Tifit cows, tS.74h(l.W.
lioirn-rtiMoipn, ,i)0; weaker and loori
lota of J pxi io :no lb. nvu.axo. yi c.-i fu.i6;
imdnly f i 00.'.MO.
HutiKi--le.).l.ts, 6; (julet; nall. e t f 101
ilw OVfB'Xfl-Sli. ...
SUMMEE DUD BE WEAR!
Examine our lare :-tock of Light Wour Uinlenvear from
tlie 15-cent auze Undershirt to the iincst $5.00 Jlalhrian.
Our stock oi Summer Hosiery is complete conipilshi" Lisle
Thread, Balbriggan and Silk UnlMIox.
g S-T-E-A-W H-A-T-S
in abundance. Manillas in huge quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called lu onr large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
TJu3 " I Mluce" Clothier.
SPECIAL BAKU AIMS!
Commencing MAY 2(itli and for this week wily.
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and "c.
50 pes Ginghams, 10c.; worth 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 2oc.
50 ics India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, J5, 17 and 2"c.
25 pes Fancy f ateuis. 25c; wonh :)5c
25 pes I'ongue Mlks, fancy patterns, ;57c: worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks 50,55 and (JOc; worth 75 and HOc
100 Satin J'arasols, lined, at 2 00; worth $.100.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatlv
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY this week, at
J. BIT RG Kirs.
WM. M. DAVIDSON
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned lierlin and Aatu "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agrent for Adams & Wefctlake Oil. Gasoline ami Oas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, t'hilletl Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 &
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INSUEANCE -:- AGENTS.
OFFICE: Room No. 1, 31. & 0. R. IL Building,
73 OI-IIO LEVEE, - - CA.1IIO, ILL.
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Liverpool and Lmidou Globe,
Gerrnania Fire Ins. Co.,
SprinRtleld F. & M. Ins. Co.
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's 3Iaterial, &c
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is prepared to do Job Printing of every description from a
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE :-No. 78 Ohio Leyee, CAIRO, ILLS.
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(terman-Ainerican Ins. Co.,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
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