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THE OA1LV OAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMltiQ, JUNE 18, 1884.
The Daily Hiillctin.
omcuLTAPKii 6r ai.kxanuek county
NTBRKI) AT TUB CAT HO rOSTOKKICK FOIl
TRANSMISSION TI1KOUOUTHK MAIM AT
gjJOOND CI.A89 RATRS.
Notice in ttil column loreo linos or losiiSceun
on'elDturtlon or f 100 per week.
rOK RKNT-Mfcottaco, South tide Fourth St.,
X ni'tr corner NVtshiuKion Att'nue. ApplTtonn.
WM. U. G11.I1KHT.
WANTS!) LOCAL AGENTS To oll and dollwr
on commtMlon. A uood cbanre for a capable,
cncrgallc and tnmtwortliv rnn.
8. C. I'ALMEK, DloomlriRton, 111.
At tbo Iiesldence of
S. H. TABER,
COU. WASHINGTON SEVtNrn,
consisting of No. 7 "Active" Cook 8toTe, Bed
Mtiadi, Lounges, Carpets, ExtounUn Table, Parlor,
Dining and Kitchen Cbalri, Ileal lug and Cooking
ONE MARBLE TOP BED-ROOM SET,
USE ORUAN, GLASS A VL'EKNS WARE,
aud everything elfo Included In houickeaplng.
ItrT'Salo poaltlve and wtlhotit Reaervcl Terras
Cash! TUOS. WINTEK, Auctioneer.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
-An excursion to Kansas on the Illi toiu
Central Is advertised in special locals.
Methinks I hear an auction near. Read
Tom Winter's ad.
The new chief hasn't qualified yet, but
probably will in a day or two.
Miss Minnie Bishop, of Clinton, Ills.,
is in the city, at the residence of Mr. Geo.
Ladies' Kanaroo Shoes at Bluek's. lw
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klco. tf
Ben Tuistlewood, son of Cnpt. N. B
ihistlewood, is at home from tho Chester,
Pa., millitary school, to spend vacation.
Charlie Reed, the popular host of The
Richmond IJousc and still more popular as
Mnyor of I'nducah, was in the city yester
Ladies troubled with sore fact should
try a pair of Kangaroo Shoes. For sale at
-The Young Men's Sucial Club is to
meet at Temperance Hall to-night for per
manent organization. Tho club is to be
made a permanent institution in the city.
Kangaroo Shoes have all the qualities
of French Kid, without tho tendency to
peel and stretch. We have them on
hand. Black. lw
A paper is being circulate binoiii? our
people for subscriptions of immey tw be
U3ed in getting up a aeries of horse races
at St. Mary's Park on the Fourth of July.
It is probably too lute to get up much
cf a celebration, but runes might be had
and would draw a qoucl crowd on short
"Only a few more strawberries left,''
say our exchange from the fruit returns of
Egypt. Strawberries huvou't beea as
profitable this year as u former years, be
cause they were of an inferior quality gen
erally owing to the Unfavorable weather.
But we shall now soon revel in raspberries,
blackberries, cherries, peches, currants
a idjthe griping green apple.
The Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific,
and the Iron Mountain railroad offices,
which have hitherto been consolidated with
the Mobile and Ohio offices in tho latter
company's building on Ohio Levee, will be
transferred back to the Union Depot before
long, where they formerly were. The
change will be made in a few days.
Judge B.ker adjourned Circuit Court
yesterday morning to Monday next, when
commissioners appointed to appraise the es
tate of the late Win. Wolfe are to report;
and that will probably be all the court will
liave to consider this term. A former an
praisement made by other commissioners
was set aside by the court aud a now one
So far this year Chief Myers has col
lected the tax on one hundred and seven
teen dogs and killed one hundred and fitty-
seven. All this in the portion of tho city
below Fourteenth Street. But the new
chief will find no trouble In discovering
several more many canines, even in the
uisjnct that has been gone over, that should
have either a tag or a bullet, preferably
Tice's ghost prophecies better than
Tice did. His predictions of weather have
been literally fulfilled durinsr the last sev
eral months. The last month lias produced
some of the meanest weather or the year
and according to the prophet, the remain
dor of the month will be fully equal, in
this respect, to the first half. On the 17th
and 18th local Horuis were promised; for
the 19th to 20th, "fluctuating barometer,
rapid changes.and terrific storms in places
especially of enormous rainfalls."
The second lbrgest source of revenue
to the U. S. Government from any one
branch of business, is derived from the
production and manufacture of tobacco.
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., of Dur
ban, N. C, claims to be the largest manu
facturer of smoking tobacco io the world.
The reputation of Blackwell's Genuine
Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco is too
firmly established to need any commenda
tion at our hands. In nnother column our
renders will notice their new announce
ment vhich is of interest to all lovers of the
weod. The company are perfectly respon
sible, and when they announce that they
will give away 111,050 in cash, it is an as
surred fact that they mean just what they
sny. Smokers will find an opportunity of
combining business with pleasure by read
ing their announcement.
"About this time," says the almanac,
"lookout for" the auctioneer. The
country seems to bo swarning with these
gentlemen, whose profession it is to "just
giveaway" goods to the "Food loses" of
every community in which they hang up
their hats for a week's stay. Cairo seems
to have gained tho distinction of being a
"sucker" among this class of "traveling
salesmen," for she has been afflicted with
them by tho dozen within tho last few
months. Hardly has one closed out his
stock of "stuff" when another takes his
placo with a different line of goods, and
each carries away from tho city with him
many a ducat that proves to have been
Several Alexander County farmers have
already cut their wheat, but most of them
are anxiously waiting for dry weather in
order to Bet reapers to work in their fields.
Wheat looks fine; and the coutinued cool,
damp weather has had tho etfect of filling
the heads of tho wheat, so that generally
there i9 a larger crop promised than in
former years. But a continuance of rain, or
quick changes from rain to sunshine, will
ruin the crop. The same condition prevails
elsewhere and with respect to other crops
Potatoes, for instance, grow too much on
top of the grouud in the form of weeds and
the fruit at the roots does not develope as
it should. However, there is no use in
borrowing trouble from tho future. All
may yet be well.
As we Baid before, the fact that the
Republican party this year reversed the
order that obtained in 1801 when it rode
into power with a President from Illinois
and a Vice-President from Maine, is a cir
cumstance full of evil foreboding, promis
ing a reversal also of the result. But this
is not all. Here is another very rcmarka
ble chain of fatal coincidences: "Blaine" is
composed of six letters; he was nominated
on Friday (six letters), the sixth day of the
month and tho sixth month of tho year
And there are six letters in "humbug," six
in "defeat" and six in "change." We
would invito tho attention of Judge Com
logs, tapt. .Murphy, Barton and Scott to
these peculiar fatalities and ask them if in
their hearts they do not believe with us
when we say,
Can ttt. reign
It very ..a:t.
M'. F. 1. M.uie i, VU West Pratt
Street, bititiiuore, Md., buys It wg cured
of &evrre Tlieunjutisiu; nino Lib wife's
mother of Mine complain!, by the use of
St. Jacob Uil, the fjreat onm-curt.
A Jerwfty liml feiury.
A remarkable iiisunc: of how birds
are atlracu-d by light at night omirred
recently in tho northern part of Ktw
Jersey. Two young men, suns of a
Sussex county fanner, wore bobbin
lor eels in the Wullkill. They were in
u small bout, and, us the ui;Lt was
rery dark and rainy, they Lad jrovid
ed themselves with a common stable
lantern. It was near the witching hour,
and, save for the croaking of tLe fros
and pattering of the rain drops, every
thing was as still as death. The drow
sy bumpkins wero about takiug np
their bobs preparatory to going home,
when suddenly an unearthly shriek
close to thoir ears raised their hats up
on their heads.
"I never heard such a yell in all my
life," said one of them in describing
tho occurrence: "it was fearful. Then
thero was a rush of wings and a Hap
ping overhead, and I thought tho devil
had coruo for me. Something sharp
struck me, then I was sure tho devil
was sticking his pitchfork into
mo. I hallooed out and triod to
ward off any more such prods, and hap
pened to grab tho devil by tho leg. It
was a big bluo heron. He had been at
tracted by tho light.
"lie made a lively fight before wo
got him by tho nock to keep him from
striking us with his bill. Herons nro
awful strong, and can drive their bills
away into a man"
"And thon they open 'em," chimed
in tho other boy, "just like an umber
el." "We took him homo and put him in
a hen-coop in tho barn," continued the
first boy. "Next morning we fed him
on fish and ho was quite lively. But,
what is tho strangest thing of all, that
night three other herons came from tho
kill and circled over tho barn, and
quackod and called, but how the knew
tho other heron was inside wo can't
imagine. They did tho snmo thing
for several night until the captivo her
on died." Hew York Herald.
An Otoo scandal of tho first water
has just occurrod. A school-girl was
recently married to a man much older
than herself, much against her wishos.
Sho soon after ran away with her for
mer youthful lover. The deserted hus
band was Irate and about to follow on
tho warpath. A council was called,
and many friends of tho runaway cou
plo rfat up with him all night attempt
ing to allay bis anger. Ono of them
gave him his handsomest moccasins
uud leggins, another a brooch, and oth
ers still other presents, till ho said
"his heart felt better; his heart was
not so bad as It had been," and ho fi
nally said his "heart was all right
now, and they might coruo back.
"She was dead' This Otoo custom
might bo a sensible ono In somo whito
HANGED AT TEN,
Lido Phlpps, the Wife-Murdorer,
Expiates His Guilt on
Expresses Sorrow for His Deed, Thanks
ilia Jailers and Dies Eeconciled
to His Fate,
The Crime for Which He Suffered, and
the Provocation Which
Led to It.
IIANUKD AT TKN.
bAScwicH, Ont., Juno 17. Luke
l'hlpps, the wife murderer, cantured In
Chicago aud extradited last April, was
nangeU at ten o'clock this moruiug
mipps ascended tho scaffold at 10:05
with a firm step and very calm. Before
leaving his cell ho expressed ereat sor
row now for the crime. During the night
ma bjjiiuuiu uuvuer was wun lain the
greater part of the time. He talked
freely with the officers on watch, lb
slept several hours and arose early ret
less and nervous, and ato a lirht l.m.iit
fast. When the drop fell his neck was
broken aud he died Instantly. He left a
lone autoblOLTiinhv for rmhlicntinn Ho
said he was born La England and was
ugeu ioriy-iour; cams to New York in
180; was lu business at Klmlra and
Rochester; served four years lu the
1 dirty-third New York Volunteers and
uud Kighth New York Cavalry, qn the
scaffold l'hiiHis thanked th inii niivinU
and said the religious efforts of the
clergymen nau uoue mm inuctt ijood aud
uiui lie uicu rtxonuiieu.
l'hipps shot his wife August 19th bust,
ou me ierry ooat nope wtille crossing
the Detroit River. Canadian jurisdic
tion was questioned by his counsel. He
escaped from Sandwich Jail November
22d while awaiting trial, aud tramped to
l uicago, wtiere lie was recaptured, ex
tradlted, tried and sentenced April 25th
He married his victim lu 1870 at Spencer
port, New York. Ills wife's father set
him up in business. Ho came to Detroit
but returned to New York and came here
again in 1877. His wife became
with Henry Lcvlson, a fellow employee
In Armstrong's billiard hall. He remon
strated w hen he sought to make up but
could not. He clalmes that when he
boarded the boat he had not thought of
murder and shot her while provoked and
in liquor. He resisted arrest desperatelv
but was overpowered. His wife died in
a few minutes.
London, June 17. American securi
ties were weak to-day at 2 p. m., the list
decliuing 14 to 1 1-8 from yesterday's
London, June 17. The match game of
cricket besruu yesterday on I.onl's
cricket grounds between the Philadelphia
team and the Marylebone club was con
cluded to-dav. tht luft.r wl tin I inr Kv n n
Innings and 171 runs. The Americans
seorvil 171 rmiit in n.o i:.i.... i
l In their second, while tho Marylebone
club scored 406 runs in their first inning.
Bki.past, June 17. The great demon
stration of Orangemen to protest against
the Government's alleged abridgement of
their political freedom is now In progress.
Despite all warnings, Karl Spencer ar
rived this morning aud drove to the hotel
iu a carriage almost unattended, the
crowds alternately groaning and cheering
for him. There has been no disturbance
o far, and It is hoped there will be none.
Party feeling runs high.
HOT FOR II ALL.
Another Blu Day for the Defense in the
Mt. Pulaski Murder Case.
Lincoln, III., June 17. The sixth day
of the Mount Pulaski triple murder trial
was devoted to hearing evidence toward
establishing an alibi for defendant Hall.
Much of the evidence adduced was as
damaging as the prosecution could ask.
Witaetcs, mainly of bis owu family
and relatives, contradicted each other
on important points and confirmed
circumstances brought out by the State
Defendant was on tho stand himself and
corroborated Long, "ihe pigeon," who
testified to obtaining a ooufession, in all
his evidence, except as to at any time
tetling him he "put up a job on Charlie
McMahon" and carried it out, or
similar confessions of guilt; detailed
the Everett Douse proceedings the
night before the arrest, getting shaved,
wniskers dyed, buying knives, etc , as
testified to by Long and confirmed by
Lushrtaugh and Griswold. lie said he
had run a saw-mill and cotton gin re
paired boilers, herded cattle, worked on
a farm, peddled sewing machines and
preached lu Texas during the tlvc years
there; admitted stealing coal iu Sprlnir
fleld, a4 testified to by Long. He be
came very mch confused and mixed on
dates as to where he was tor several
years, and It is conceded by the ahdi
tors ho made & vory bad Impression In
his own behalf.
The defeuso for Terrls began last even
ing, the (list witness being Hall's
daughter. Sho made a bad case for
him, and whon led from the routine
contradicted every material statement.
Vltn Hull, a St. LouIh youth of seven
teen and nephew of defendant, became
equally as confused and contradicted
other witnesses lor the defense and him
self on cross-examination. Interest in
Uie case has so died out that the Court
house was not half filled at any time dur
ing the day.
National Prohibition Convu.tbn.
Pittsburg rt, T., June 17. The local
Reception Committee of the Natloi.al
Prohibition Convention, which meets in
Lalayette Hall in this city, July a;t, is mak
Ing a thorongh preparation for the Gonvei:.
tioo. Delegations are expected from ev
ery 8tate io tbe Union, and arramiu
roeuts wUl be madt for ample hotel
sGCT)mraou.ayons mr an.
tickets are reported sold.
Working Non-Union Men.
Pittsburgh. Pa.. Jane 17.A tale.
graph from Apollo, Pa., says the Volto
iron mills resumed tbls mornlus with
non-union workmen. Un to nonn nn rim
ibonstratiofis had bees made by tLe
strikers and It is thoagAt there will bt no
trouble, i -
Bunker Hill Day.
Boston, Mass., Juno 17. Bunker Hi
Day was celebrated heartily, especially
lu the Charleston District. Business has
Chopped Her Up. ;
New London, Mo., Juue 17. John
Kennedy murdered his wife with an axe
lot night after she confessed lutidellty
and suld sho would coutlnuo her evil
way?, lie was arrested.
Jajl Delivery in Ohlq.
Nkw Lexington, Ohio, June 17.
James Clifford, contlued In iall here cbanr
ed with the murder of Richard Ulckey by
lynching, was released by his frlenda last
iiijjui, uo euceeeoea lu drugging the
junci ami suturing vno Keys to ttio jail
. Pledgod His Personal Fortune.
Milw.ukick, Wis., June 17. Albert
Couroe, President of the suspended Man
ufaoturcrs' Bank has just announced that
he will pledge a quarter of a mllliou dol
lars of his personal funds In order that
ueposuors may oe paid dollar for dollar.
Bishop Simpson Growing Weaker.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 17. Bishop
blmpsou's condltiou Is unchanged, ex
eept mat he is growing steadily weaker
iie is conscious at limes, but Immediate
ly lapses Into a comutose state.
Cut His Throat.
Fkf.bmo.nt, III., Juue 17. Karl Mor
ris, a variety actor, committed suielJe
lust night by cutting his throat with a
razor, lit health uud despondency led lilm
io euuiuin uie act.
Cleveland, O., June 17. E. S. Moon
a leading stock broker, has been arrested
charged with aidlug Paying Teller
Stanley of the National Bank of Coin
merce in robbing that Institution of one
hundred thousand dollars. Hall has
been Used at 910,000.
Paying the State's Interest.
jkikkhson utv, Mo., June 17. At a
meeting of the Fund Commissioners to
day the Auditor was instructed to draw
his warrant for a cheek payable to
me aiionai uaiiK 01 Commerce of New
lork lor ..Hj,i jo, with which to uav the
Ju y Interest on the State bouded in'lobt-
Fatal Explosion of Gunpowder.
Pliii.ADKi.iiHA, V.., Juue 17. Eight
boys were more or less Injured by the
explosion of a keg of powder at Mrattie's
magazine yesterday. George Kelly, aged
iwene years, anil deorge Saw, aed
thirteen years, wbl die. The others ri
not seriously hurt. Two of the boys hud
iouim me Keg on fsunaay and set some of
It otf, receiving slight damaue. ueverthe
less they tried it again yesterday, witll
tue results as siaieu.
Grain aud Provisions.
TUESDAY, JC.NE IT, lstd.
fVtTTnV Sttf.Mitc. tnil.lli.ii. lit Tli'
fUK.'u-Mfi'ly: XXX to choice. .i.iH.S5;
HAT-HUrher: No. 2 lied, J1.00O1.06;
vZ i.f. 7Jvr..T. -.: i.
t'tlRIC St4?:tilv. Nfi 9 nilvA.I mir.r.oi
.iu. - whim; lin.iuu. otr&OP'C
oats Men ly: No. 2. Hi'twi-'c.
H?E llk'lior: No. li. &KfeiOo.
T. Ill 1 I V". I PSrm 1.1, (f.nt..n .
V. , i , , wiuui'ju iu flllJlCt?,
cw.a.niaiu.uu; irm; cuiuiaon re icar, t.U05j
lu.uu: medium U ginta ll2.VXin.io.
11AY Pmirlll SA.UG fnr nrimn. tln
jiiiiuw. mum ii it i iwi.-.uu ior unme to runcy.
; . - j i xjfiiv,, tsjvr
JVHiS Ulllft. AT. ;fllFLti4r.tlr.I.A
PorA'PTlKIs Mstltf Arm bft U -T.i-fii . a
rci iui kuwtiw.' tiUU 9I.UUV01.IF JX.r III).
barf J fMi ) 2i.
laiiu Nominal; prime siuttm. Vrttfi.
WACOM IxjflfcfH. U'kbAli'Kr- tir)fa in Til-.
K.44V: lln,ry anil low y,e2w. Cnwashe.1-
v.u"iu iiMNtiu.ii. zi'ac; Rood averae me.lium
1VC: selOeH.,1 IlKlrf flIM. J7'l!((,; ,l0(i av.
eraire, lxno: Iw-aw iiiwiv.. i.
UMKXl, COIUbillff Uiu uruln I -.
UlUKS-Uuiel: ,Lr III.,, flT-.v:lrl'
Mfyil, Itoua: rw or max, u.. orv
HlM.il, liv: lryR.nu.fi. tiamkV.i. 10c: kip aal
MX. t54c; green, 1 7;
S"BK; pBLTS-SU-arly; gn-en. 70(W.le; dry
-. . -v niri 'luuiuy or wool:
K!?r" ",.'l:.lin, I", wife- tami
oa 1 1 1 n, rtfvjNwa
WtlSA'i Firincp! Kn t ..
July, I1.0IV AuiruVr tld V rS pTe.K
Jl.i: Metohcr, l.ufiK. i'1"""" t.
t(i",?.'t''0'('r: No- 2 tnlx cl. June, ac:
July, fi!o; Auifiist. Ci'tc; Sciit.MnlMT Hi,'.i-
OATS-KWady; No. 2. nnxe,. .iue r
July. :n; Auirust, (ictJ,bl.r ;jii'i0
intoriHio.Msl'ork-Diillj Hi.ot mesa ilflW
CjlT.eU: lrd-etealy: Rtea,n. Ju e V "
July, $S.H; August, fs.li. ' 1
WiiKAT-HiN-rier; June, n'ie; July z-,.c.
AuxiwL. M(ijiej b.-ptfuiler, tovftar'ic '
ColtN-IIiKlii-r; June, u,c; July
yitc; AuKiitt. fiTc; ricptemher, fiTVe; year
OATS St'-nily; June. SS'io- Julv rxr,.
August. ic; f ycar.2fi',c y ECi
1'tiUK-SleaiJy; June, fHUfl; July, mm-
Laki Hitdier; Juno, t'.K'i Julv itm',
Auifuak, x.U7ji ptfrnler, V IT'i "
Live Stock Mrketa.
HfKlH Heeelotn. 2T.fWi. i.i .
.Vlile lower; IlKlit .7Mfe6.)j rt,uu mwkliil'
i.Arri.B-neei)ts. a,)0 hood; fll); exnorta.
fl.t.Nl.H0; ool to choice, M.lfrPcCl
miin to fair. W.avtoti.rjL uw.., coin-
tilHtKl UiiDint. ifh Dn.i.
choice, 3.WHAI.i0. . u"...u vo
Patti.k Miirki.t nirflva fl... nA .
tfof d, cointnon dutlati'l lower; good to choice
stiipiilntr, WJKiSft.do; .milium, W.tnaUu:
. .. n ...... ... w t,iuu triB.,
1.1 40ni!Jif: fair to trood niiilva fji tan,....
4.i; 'K kois ami feeders lower at fV-!
HiiKKi' and I,Anw-Morkotflrra; motliu'io to
Roo-T of from K0 to H Ihs., M.TVM5.W; or
illmtry to choleo litinbs of from fi6 to UU
pou mis, Vir,b:ifi.
Hoos Steady; meilium to fair, laeCW.W:
lljiht, .rA.r).:;5; butcliers' grades, fc.iOifr.&o.
CATTbr-Heeelpta. 2,400; steady; rmrlvo
steers, J.200 to 1,600 lbn. avoriuro, ih.liuzt6.t0;
dowyi to l.ttiO lbs. averaao, ll.WKiMlO; fa.r to
Kol native cows, $3J"((i.2r.
Hoos Keeolpts, A,auO; wt-ukerurul !m: to m o
lower: lota of 8M to :(lr lbs. nvorau
fl.Wlfcvai; mainly, t.V4V,M. '
Hhsbi' ItowlptM, WWi; quiet; fair to irood
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw York. Juno 17. Monoy 2 per rout;
Exchnnico (uiet but flrmi r; MovtrnmnriU
Rtronir: curreney fls. hWlild; 4r, coupons lauw
4'a do 111 '4 hid. The stock market i n ned
fnverlsli and weak and so continued through
out the morning. Fome of fie larger har(
raided I nion l'HClflnon iitifavorable rvporU
regardlnur the action Ihe (iovornniout iu.
tiinde 1 Io take on (he report of it examiner
and the who.e lis: deoilntnl nharply. At no in
iriew showed a fall of i(ni's per conk, A
fr.Mtional recovery hud tukcu plae at
tho timn of wi Iting. TU' inurUi't is feature-to'-
.. . ' i
Kxiiiiiine onr large stock of Light Wear Underwear from
he 15-cent jjauze Uiidersliirt to the liuest $5.00 tdlbritmn.
Our stock ot bummer Hosiery is complete eoniprisin J Jsle
rl bread, Halbnggan and Silk Falf-Hose.
S-T-R-A-W H-A-T-S g
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
The M'tihioe" Clothier.
Commencing June Kith and for tins week uily.
-Oil pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and flc.
50 pes Ginghams, I0e ; worth 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 aud 20c.
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy Sateens, 25c; worth 35c.
25 pes Tongue Mlks, fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and 00c; worth 75 and DOc
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at 82.00; worth $:).00.
1110 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Fat in Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Plain and
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY this week, at
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Biid Cages, Batb Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planter?, Etc., Etc.
ATAQ 97 Elshtli Street,
lUfe. Li l DO, OAIHO. 111.
'J'KI.KPIIOJiK NO. HO.
OFFICE: Room No.
7'3 OHIO LLCVEE,
COM PATsTIPJiS HE PJ iESENTKD
iverpo.1 anil London and Globe.
Germaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Hliringfleld F. & M. Ins. Co ,
Howard ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fire Ins. Co.
Niagara Ins. Co.,
aints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0, lUu
Tclenhone No 103
OPEN JUNE t
TERMS: 88.00 per
u amines on
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPUING NO. 1.
C'arb of Iron 122.0
Chloride f Iron trace
Sulplmte of Iron trace
Sulphato of Iron 42.:j
Carbonate of Iron .... 215.1
Sulphate of Alumina.. 00.7
Chloride of Sodium. . . 01.0
Sulphate Alumina.... 4P.0
Sulphateof Magnesia.. 11.
Chloride of Sodium.... iii.l
Chloride of Calcium.. 18.4
Sulphate Liuie 00.0
Sulphate Magnesia... . 32.0
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and A gate "Ware,
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City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLAEK & LOYETT,
TO OCTOBER 1.
week. Special Rates to
GALLON OF WATER.
SPRING NO. 3.
Silicates' 12 8
Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 01.5
ulphhato of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. das.... 10.5
J. E. LUMEN, Lessee.
Allen spilngs, Pope Co., Ills.