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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN; THUKSDAY MOUN1NU, JUNE Stt, 1884.
The Dai)' Bulletin.
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Notleea In ttilo column mroe Hue or lori cent
f Dlnertioo or ji.uu ptr wwt,
UOR REST Mr cottace, South tide Fourth 8t.
X sar corner WashtuKtoD Annue. AppW aoou.
WM. 1. Gll.UEKT.
MTASTKD LOCAL AGKNTS-To toll and deliver
M on commiaaion. A cood chauce f ir a callable,
energetic nd troatworthy man.
8. C. I'ALMEK, BloomlnBt
Chicago Ice Cream!
Th. "Chetrful Workera" f the Daptlat Church
vlll K!?e loeinble on the church grounds cur luth
md Poplar sta.,
Thursday Night, June 2Gth.
The public It cordially Invited. Adralaalnn
Vhlch lucludot Chicago Ico Cream aijd Cake, iic,
Entrance to Grounds on Poplar Street.
UENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page
Judge 51. C. Crawford was in the city
Ice, wood aud kindling, at City Brew
try, Jacob Klee. tf
Messrs. Charles Pilliards, John Hallty,
John Pilliards, jr., and James Miles, all of
Elco, are makiag extensive preparations Lr
r. Fourth of July celebration at Elco.
For Sale Two dcsirublu lots on 23th
Street, Comings Division. Apply toJno
Prof, titorcr's Bind has kindly con
fented to play at the Lvn Sociable at
Baptist Church grounds to tiilit. If it
ihould rain, the sociable will be held in the
Blaine and Logan Campaign hats just
Txeivddat GOLDsTix & hosexwater's It
To enable people of moderate means
lo beautify their homes, Ciark & Lovett
Vlll sell pictures on the weekly installment
jilan. Call and sec them. St
$3,000 in general merchandise consist
ing of dry goodi, notions, gents' furnishing
i;oods, hatB, caps, etc., to be sold in next
len days regardless of cost or value, No.
101 Commercial Avenue, near Gib Si. 3t
Reliable news was received here yes
terday, that Magistrate Comings was
'stumping" the State of Kansas f.r Blaine
Mid Logan, lie is to speak at Topeka to
I ight and has already five other enage
jncnts. Some follow sneaked into the rteideute
f Mr. Kreutzer, on Sixteenth Street, yes
terday morning, and stole a pair of tine
tassimere pauts belonging to a suit that
Mr. K. was making. AtWst accounts ho
Jiad not been turned up.
Dr. Parker had reliable information
from Mound City yesterday, to the effect
that Marshal Ross was getting along nice
ly, much to the pleasurable surprise of his
iriends and the attending surgeons who
considered bin recovery doubtful.
Yesterday at Charleston, Mo., occur-
led the death of Edward, youngest wm of
Mr. rhtllip Lehning. The remains are ex
yected to arrive here at Beven o'clock this
morning and will bo taken to Villa Uidge
ly special train some time this afternoon
Deputy Sheriff II. Coleman, of Elco,
Was in the city yesterday on business. His
toport of the condition and prospects of
crops generally is very eocounging. If
the weather in future is favorable, he says,
there will be a plenteous, harvest in all the
Capt. Cole has a Urge contract on
Land for getting out brush and piling for
the government work in progress at Plum
I'oint, and he is in want of a great many
lands. Mr. Patrick Mocklcr here adver
tises for twenty men every week, to go
down to the scene of Capt. Cole's oppcra
tions. Mr. Uphatn, formerly of the Paducah
lews, is io the city, on his way to Mem
yUt to engage on one of the journals there,
lie left the News office S'ltne days ago, ow
ing to a "misunderstanding"' between him
tnd the publishers. IIo is an able writer,
Vut an abler liar, which qualities will insure
1dm a comparatively easy way through the
A dull thud has reverberated through
this community with appalling effect in
lome quarter, on of the dullest thuds that
i vcr thrilled the brain and fired the imraag
i iation of a bloody-tuindid newspaper Bo
lemian, and lo! the Argus' "high toned
lolored society" boomlet has petered out
is sprinkled as a bursled bubble at its
feet; while Associate Editor Gladdeu's
tame is Dennis with a vengeance-Dennis
Vdth a ridiculously small d.
Mr. II. Bohanimn, of Anna, 'ih in the
City, preparing to open the office of the
Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company.
The company bat rented office room in the
Texas and St. Louis railroad office building
n Ohio Levee, below Fourth street; but it
Biaj be that this location will be but temp
orary. The company hat its cable already
laid nd the wires will-rcach the city from
toth directions ii a few days. Mr. Bohan
BOD thinks the company will bo ready fur
lusinesi about the end of next eek.
Last night on the steamer City of
Cairo, the following youug people arrived
from Cupe Girardeau, students at St. Vin
cents College, coming homo for vacation
Mibd Lillian H.'liotii'ld mid M'ihs Ada
Clare nro lVttit, Willie Sclioti-ld, Jon IVIt
I . . . 1 l . -v- i m-i . ... ,
irund Bjit luhbit. Tluy will be itccom
panie 1 by Judge J. 11. Mulkey, Mr. W. O
Mu'koy, Mr. Ernest I'ettit and Mr. Charles
U.Stuart, wli.i wen urt s-.hik days h;;o to
attenJ the closing txrcisej of the school
term. Mr. Val. Mulkey gr uiu ded wuh
hiirh honors and will doubtless now enter
upon a useful career.
The Anna (III.) Driving Club lus
provided a splendid line of amusements to
bo given on the Southern Illinois Fair
Ground, iu Anna, in celebration ol the
Fourth, including running, trotting, pacing,
foot, bicycle and mule races, greased pole
acts, etc., for which cash priz-s amounting
to over $000 will bo given. The Union
County Philharmonic Band, one of the
best in the State, will furnish delightful
music Crowds will ho there and a grand
good time may bo expected. Ouo fare for
the rorind trip on the Illinois and St. Louis
& Cairo Railroads. For program, etc., ad
dress II. F. Bussey, Sec'y, Auna, III.
The Alexatubr Hamilton Sluuunses aud
the Andrew Jackson Btisterses and the
Abiahain Lincoln Rookses and the Ophelia
Aramiuta Jabberses will now all have to
fish in uMer obscurity, and visit and be vis
ited without having tho fact heralded to a
world that stands on tip toe to ea ch
glimpse or a sound of their every motion
and all just bee iuse "the organ" has made
the discovery that tho animal it was riding,
instead of being a uohlo specimen of the
genus Equus, was nothing but a little, griz
zly beast hearing the strongest evidences of
-The officer who will arr-jst that seiui
human wretch, that package of cu-sedness
incarnate, known to the devil and all his
angels as Jim Orange, and prosecute him
for violating Chapter 3S, Section SO of the
criminal code of this State, will receive and
merit the gratitude of the community. The
section relerred to reads as follows:
"Whoever shall be guilty of cruelty to any
aniuial of the ways mentioned in this sec
tion, shall be fined not less than $i nor
more than $200: Secondly, by-
cruelly working any old, nihimed, infirm,
sick or disabled animal, or causing or
knowingly allowing the same to be done."
Yesterday, in defiance of the order ot the
chief, Jim was out again with his lime
mule, himself as drunk s a lord, driv
ing about evidently for the sole purpose of
spiting the officers and torturing the poor
beast that has been unfortunate erriugh to
fall into bis possession.
-Already has the Argus given Mr.
Methuolah Gladden and h;s "high-tone 1
colored society," what street Arabs would
veay s'rtmgiy and aptly, though unclassi
cally, term "the dirty shake;" and it now
devotes itself entirtlv, ss before, to the
'ercourageiueiu" and 'representation" of
the "low ci.'tss," the "seiiii-barburianj,''
the "thieves," "''amblers," etc.. whom, but
a lew days since, it denominated with a
h;gh br 1 stie:r, "the Bill Scott element."
wnich it spumed and condemned to the
tender cue of the villi; hr Bl'LI.ktin.
Methuselah anl his "high tone I colored
Bocictj" have i.ur sympathy in their aban
donment; so have the Argus' mtny, niauy,
refined Caucasian readers who, we are sure,
will lie sorely disappointed at not beino
regaled every evening with dilicious rnor
6als of society news from Africa's upper
tendum, but will have to content them
selves with accounts of doings in "Pinch"
and in the poliee courts.
A young man n uned Theodore Kittle,
formerly un employe on this section of the
Wabash road, living in Mound City, has
created a sensation in Mound City by mak
ing partial disclosures concerning the party
who lynched the negro murderer, Howard,
at that place some time ago. Kittle con
fesses that he was one of the parly himself',
and he has been induced to turn triitor to
his as-ociates iu tie crime, by means of
whisky and promises of reward. Hu says
he was made ilrunk and while iu this con
dition was taken by Senator Hogan before
a justice of the peace and induced to make
an affidavit in which he accuses "Alex.
Milburn and others" f having committed
the crime. He mentions only the ne name
in bis affidavit, which might lead one to
believe that he had been actuated by per
sonal ill will toward Mr. Milburn, but he
explains this by saying that he lid this in
the (f.rpectation that Milburn.when arrested
would himself reveal the names of all the
others connected with the affair. Hu s(1ys
there were eighteen in all of the party, ex
cluding himself, and he expects a reward of
200 for each or $3,000 in all. He has been
in the city for several days, claiming tr
haven been deputised to arrest Milburn. It
is Baid that he read a writ to Milburn yes
terday, but, for some rewn, did not f.,ke
him into custody. Iu conversation with a
gentleman here, (from whom, by the way,
we obtained the information detailed here)
he expressed regret at having nude tho af
fidavit, but said it was ail true and ho
would stand by it. It is said by friends of
Milburn that the whole scheme is an at
tempt at blackmail and that it will utterly
fail of the end sought.
What Shall I Buy fr a Present?
Send six ceniB for postage Hnd receive the
Magrulicently illumed catalogue, (1,500
illustrations) (Jf t, h v
MEUMOD & JACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
fourth and Licust Sih., St. Louis, Mo.,
And learn how easily you can settle this
Their beautiful goods and low prices will
When in Sr. Louis Call on Them.
CRIME IN MEXICO.
Tho Bodlos of Many Women Mys
torlously Murdorod Found
Upon the Streets.
A Lady's Ear Out Off by a Woman oi
the Town to Secure a Oostly
Three Female Counterfeiters Arrested
Glaring Examples of Mexican
City of Mkxico, June 25. Many
women have iu tho lust few days been
discovered mysteriously murdered' In ami
outside of this city. A few nights ugJ
near the center of town the body of a
woman was found with three daggei
wounds iu her breast. No one knew her.
There was no trace of the murderer.
The very next night another unfortunate
creature was found dead near the l'erval
villo race course, with two wounds in
her breast where the dagger had been
driven up to its hilt. The next liiornini,'
still another corpse af a woman was
found iu the irahiiarolo ouarter. Tluve
stabs, swift aud sure, had sued li.r
to her long account, aud no trace was
left behind to give a clew to the mur
derer. Three crimes like these .silently
dune, leaving no trace but the dead body
behiud would elsewhere send a thrill of
horror through the countrv. lint hntii. v
excite but little notice.
A most audacious act was committed
here by a bold woman of the tow n, who
assaulted another woman who was pas
i ri ir her house and cut off nun rf hr ,nr.
probably with tho intention of stealing a
handsome t ar-ring that hung from it
A band of three female counteifeiters
have been captured iu a home on N.ino
u the road near Cliico- lieal Dp Mn-te.
State of Hidalgo, a cowardly bandit,
named Caudleo, came upon a poor woman
and robbed her of her money and cloth
h)2. He was eantim-d nmi ta.n n.
Nuavo, but the Judge at once set him at
Another Cast of Olltiai'CGUS nlm-;e of
power occurred in this city. A boy found
f-ieepitiit iu one oi tne parks was taken u;
bv a irendarme. who relieved him f four
teen dollars, and being released, the boy
demanded back his money, whereupon hi;
was plunged in jail for maligning an olii
cer. roi:i:i;x xuws.
WILL HKSIST H i!KISIl CH CITATION.
Lii.vjiii.v, June 20. A dispatch from
Aden says the report that Turkey in
tended sending ten thousand soldiers to
occupy ccrJ.iin lied Sea ports in the Sou
dan causes a general rising of Arabs iu
tue province of Veuin. The mountain
Arabs have taken unarms and are march
ing on Sana to drive the Turks awav.
There is great excitement aion' the whole
Arabian (.'oast belonging to Turkey and
tue Arabs of the other provinces only
wait the signal to drive the Turks from
( u.MiKmmm; u ik t;ovi:i;MKN i .
LoMio.v, June 23. In the House of
Commons thi-. afternoon Sir Stafford
Northcote moved a resolution condemn
ing the Egyptian agreement and loan
guarantee, as embodied iu the (iovern
ineut's conference scheme on the Egyp
tian question, submitted by Gladstonc'in
the Commons on Monday evening.
London, June 23. Rev. James ikdd-
win lirowu tueii yeslerdav,
ay, ag'.d Mty-
ATIMUN 1 1 11 I'lKiVn-l t,e Klo.
London, July 23.-.-v. James John
Hornby has been appointed l'iovo.-t of
Eton to lid the
vacancy caused by tin;
death of Dr. tloodiord.
Lead master of Eton since
11 i.i;mi;'s ( nur.Af.
Maiii;ii.i.i;s, June 2.i.-Tho erlte;lu
formerly belonging to the Empress
Eugenie is being pivIl:ll,, or tlll. '
modatlon of 3"u cholera patients.
Ukvvndh.a Jut.e L'S.-The Egyptian
authorities will quarantine French ves
a dimami n,i: nts.
Caiko, June 25.-The Governor of Dou
goia has reiterated his demand lor ;miis
ammunition aud troopers. The Mimsirv'
replied, ordering the Governor to retreat
to tin; northward with the civil an I m ii
tary population. The French subjects
and other Christians of Kassa.a lmi ,,e.
tltioned France for succor.
IIIKV f.NDKI'.SIAND UNI: ANoj tf Kit.
London, June 23.-The .Madrid corre
spondent of the Th.- says Italy and
Spain have had an understanding re
specting North Africa. Italy w'if un
port Spain in Morocco if Sj,ai will '
port Italy iu Tripoli. It is u!ie.., that
France is willing Italy shall take Tripoli
provided she withdraws from the Austro
Monikkw., June 23. The Bank of
Montreal, by the failure of Kershaw &
Co , grain dealers of Chicago, expects to
lse nearly half a million, other Cana
dian banks are said to be Involved.
A Novel Siyrht.
Tavi.oh's Falls, Wis., June 23. An
c.iorinous jam of logs is now in tho
Dalles of the St. Croix at this place.
There are from forty million to fifty
millions feet of logs jammed together in
every conceivable hliape, forming a novel
Klulit. Thousands of logs arc belli"
added from above. People arc tucking
In from the surrounding country to see
the unusual spectacle. It is thought It
will take three weeks to break it up.
PiTTMiuiniT, I'knn., June 23. The
condition of W. B Sterrett, the promi
nent foundry man, who was Injured yes
terday by his horse rtiiinin away on
Filth avenue, Is imieh improved. His
physicians cease to anticipate serious re-euCn.
The Strikers Win.
Piiir.ADKi.PUiA, Pa., June 25. The shoe
manufacturers made terms with their
striking employes yesterday.
p.ituohi.vN, N. V., June 25. Win. It.
C.'irr, base ball manufacturer, hanged
himself this morning In a lit of tempor
Want to Vots.
ToiTKA, ICs., June 25. The womcu
suffragists meet In State convention to
day for the purpose of organizing this
State in behaiPof a Constitutional amend
ment entruiichlsing women. This is the
tlrst convention of its kind held lu the
Starved to Death in America.
J.i:aivii.i.i:, Cm.., June 25. Jaims
Crocker, of Stillworth, Eng., was found
dead in his thiir at au eariy h-.ur this
morning iu the Monarch gambling house.
He had been out of employment lor more
tnan a year, and has lived on five lunches
most of the time. On examining hi
.stomach it was found that he ha I actual
ly idarvcd to death.
Tho Base B.Ulirits Win.
Chicago, Iu.., June 25. Judge Drum
moiid rendered ids decision yesterday in
the mandatory injunction suit of the
I'uited States against The Chieugo liase
Hall Ciub which was brought for the pur
pose of ousting the cub from their
present location on the Lake Iront. The
ciub is allowed to continue in possession
until tin.' close of the .season, October Id,
a:t.r which another nVj.l mu-t be se
cured. Struck byMjrttiiu'sSjrB.
Ni-.w Oi:i.kas, ( jUUt! ij,-p),j f;lii.
lire of Morgan's Sons strikes tho Canal
Bank of this city for a small amount, but
not enough to affect its stumhag The
bank declared a dividend Monday of four
p. r cent., an. I the stil. uudiwded earn
i::s aie greatly in excess of all .! I. Its
f'-scs. Morgan's s ins y,.r.; 11)t
h...icr.s in the bank, although they have
do. i. business with it I n- m-uy" years.
Moigau is a native of this ciry.
Tho Uar-Viii in I 1 n:.s.
Sin l.nvvil.l.i:, In. , June .'5. The tor
rid weather of Ihe pa-t week is just what
was needed to ripe.i i.c v, a : t; auii push
the growth of l-j.-ii. it w is becoming
pretty dry, but a gtiToa, .-h ,wcr thi?
i Vi II llg siijip'.ic. I the :;:it. ,e.t Week
a c iiiii.ieneeinent v.,,: I,,- nude j,, vthcat
hai'W'st, and tic: week following will . e
most of tile crop m S: !,y County in
M.ock Many I .r'lier- hv.v adopted til.:
ji au of thrashing from the luck and two
weeks from this tim th grain w ill be
coming into marki t, ; rovided the- price
olfeieil proves s.it '. s! au t , ry .
W i'li.M.s' J. V. J C.N1-: gj, Is-1.
Graiu .::', Prc v.b.oiiB
i . l.o;-i ..
( oTTON-Stei :i ; ;n .., :. v..
rl.OCK-ste i iv: "...A lo :ll', !(, fli.'j ;,1.V);
w HKAi Hiwhi i . : ,i i. ri.'C ii.uv.:
No.o li.-d. !C .
t oHN- Wcnki r; ? n. I, 3g '.-.'vc;
No. '1 wtnte iioxmI. -V.--: Vi
(His Low. r: ." o. . :, ,..
live .Noiuimtl ; o. :J. .'. e.
Toiiuvo-t-irn: . ,-n.ii'.-i vi choice,
f.i.;.ViJ.l); !-! : ci..ri'.i i r 1 e- if, fs.w
I'l.i": nit-. ti ii tn io ' i e- '. ,)'.:, ,
II VV i'r.i e. . . . ! ,,riia,. to
(hoice: c:iiv,..i ,i, ,,. i, .-; ,,r i-ainmoii to
prime: timotiiv, , ;.i- . ,-. t, tn- nrnae io "(
Hi TTK.u Him. ,: ci.,.,.. io tancy er.-icnery
I'-' 'He: dairy, cli.nee to tuli-y, i.eilTc; 10w
KliiiS ,Mlit. :ic l(.f -In. l'y ficsll.
l'oTAi ohs...-vv fi- id ,lt t::.iti .. .'. .-j per bar
re i lor elioi icel ....i:m,. ,,,-r mi,
I'oitK km i: .ii.i.,r.i nie-s, i.-,.::- 7
I. Mm .Ni.iiiin.il ; iirime ie.iin.
llACos l.oa:.'-., - , c. i-no.'ts, ! iij, c ,c,
le II rihs. s -.Js ',(..
Wool. 'I'll ! -vv.i-hc.l. hoi(;i;, .'!(: fair,
.e: diiik'y ati.i low gi . Cnw:ish,.....i
lie. ice me liiiin, -I .c; ifno.l live mi rt- me lj;un
r."-.--.-: .-.O d litrllt line I'. ,l.v; L'"lll
era -e. 1 I T; ; heavy I.J't :.V-; i-oi.ttnua.
Uiii .ii. i.- ' .i,.; e-iiiitii:v, ,,w urH j;, , (.,.,
Hiiit.s oinet: dry Hint. i. mi: f(.: ,jiim'.
iiL'e.l, i.i , i ,--c: iiiiiis or - a.-s. lne; ory
salt-I, l:.'e; drv salt-i. ua.ii.u-i. l nr. ktti an I
ea.l, s.i. t-l. .u; oa-iKi'-l. i;-4c; tiinls ail
Mii-'S, .e4ei ifrceu, uneuivd. T ,cj ilamaed,
.siiKi.p 1'Ki.rs steady; jrreen, T0''sfie; d y
ilo. 4') - T----. as to a.-n;i,iiiti,n l -tnn it v .jf wool;
recti slieai-hu,',, Lie; Ory do, UiIk; UmU
Wiikat 1 Irm-i-; No. !,.,, ,m. (, , f,.
July. lOe; Aitjrust, l.!il-,; .septenil,,;-'
CoiiN Winker: .lutie, (,; July, il' .f
Au-.'Nst, tile; eitetler, HI e; (leli.'r '
uvi'S -Weaker: .lime. , e; Julv, if, ,,'; Ai'i-
tu -t. :.-l it-; M-iieinier. ,c.
I'lioviio.v 1 oi k 1 lull ; spot iin sj li;
I'.lu.'e'i. Laid Lower; .-team, .hm-' ; fr
Jul, J7.V,. ' 1
' III' A C).
Win- AT rirnier; .lime,
Aii,-u-t, x-'e: St -i,t i m I .i r, s-Loiin-
II --'iii r; .Inn,-, ;,i
.Mi'iisi, .n -.(: septeiuhe,-, .Vi-j,-; ll-i,i, j-
kli'.c: yeif, I" c. '
OATS Men ly: .lime, i ;; July, :;p .-
August, U'se; j -ir, -tc,i.'. '
i 1'ollK l.orter: Juatj. f I'.t.Hi; ,fu'y yi'Mlj-
Aiiifiist, ls.si; s(.,t,.,il,i r. - ' " ' '
i Lakh I Out; June, .: ,uy 7;j;o.
."inner Hius-.lmi". sT'i'i; July, ITS): Au-fru.-t,
t"..'l!i; Septemlier, s; i;
I.ivu Stock Slarkets.
Ifoos llect-ii-s ,-rti; lairlv m tlre; li -dt,
Jl.sif"i..iii; roiwli tekiiitf, i.U--i..,..'u; heavy
packintr mid i-Iiioiiioi. '."j .'i,.
(.Alil.K -lteci ipts li.Jlll lieaU; pnver; ex-poi-is,
f. I'i'41'i.s.i; U'iiiI to cii'iico sliipplu
S'l.ftfi 'i. 10 i co ii'iioa tolair. .".I.V''',.1.'.i i
Mli t.i' IteeeipO I.Iini head: weak; f o union
to lair, :.'.ii'j.g.'i; (ft toil to choice, $.1. i.i'il.uU
fAT-rcr. Iti'i elpts to-day :." In-iuK; c nil
riirtietl 1 1. rtr mil l l cars; ini'y ' curs sold;
lino kei t iik lit Moinlay s p.p-es.
Slliail' AND I.AMIIS lleeeipts Kill; - ,.M
Coiisjriii."l Ihi-oiuh: sales uoo 1 to elmii t; -lieep
lit 11. .;. 1. '.a; medium to f.,od nheej, .s.l.-.u.,
JI.k'i; market eli h d weak.
linos- lleeelpss :.,;im; coiiRlned throu .di, VI
euig; i nly I ear sold; tiutcln.is' mud,-H, Vl,
1CANS VS ( I I V.
CATTt.K ltlf It.tS. I.HlHI; Ihjhf shipplllW
Fttmli ; heavy !Ue lower; unlive steers, l,:;ij)
to l.ii'HI lts. uveiiiife, .,.'.i'iMi.:iii; i,, tp,j (,,
Llun lbs. nvei iiue, J". Il if",-,,U; stueki-rs nmi
feeders; $!.::." 'il.:i; la r tonootl nutuc tows.
Hons Heceipts. ofmfl; llrm ti-ul len higher;
lots of lint i ;(."i His. iiveiate, H.s.)-i,.,;,;
Mo.Ki' Hectdptt, s::,: mitlve, fair to looiI.
Money und Stock Market.
Nkw Yoiik. June ,11. Mini, -y;i p, reent Kx
rliaiiiK) unlet, i.hT-i to 4 s,: t.oyernmeiim
"ti il'lyiciiireiicy li s, I Jilil l; 4 coiip,,H v
liltl:4','H. do, llu-4 Intl. 'I'lii't (.k niiikel imid
leyerish nu I Irn jfulili-. In the ope, it.; r tlt-iil-liiys
the Lull ell ,ne Iu I n-k.iv n , , ,,rtl ).n
up, while Vnt'tl. id, p ... wei" sir.'tnrlv
lupptn ted, fi lei-s a I , ain ed Hi- i,r t tw i tV
minutes A to I'liu t, ..,,,). ,, ,, , n , l 0
otiiier lecoitled i t an th b m , -. I, a 1 1 I. t-u at
ini a n iiiilii-r of run t.i-s ,. linlc m onir
Wine West!" i ill -nm ami rail dt -e i i
KxsiinineoRr larjc stock of Light Wear Underwear from
(ho 15-cMit gauze Undershirt to the lhiest $5.00 talhriggan.
Our stuck ot Sunnuer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
Thread, r.albrian ami Silk Half-Hose.
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'alac.r' Clothier.
Ct'DliVU i I
(oniinencing June 23 and for this week (iiily.
-HO pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and I.e.
5i pes (iiiigliams, 10c ; north 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns. 10. 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 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 w a teens, 25c; worth 35c.
25 pes I'ongue Mlks. fancy patterns, :7c; worth 50c.
50 jics Summer Silks, 50,55 and OOc; worth 75 and 00c
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2.00; worth 8-100.
1 0 Satin Parasol, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Urocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY this week, at
WM. JI. DAVIDSON,
DiA I.lli J3ST
a run i
two . 'n i
Via - - i v l
sJ J V ! .1
Japanned "Berlin and Aato Ware,
Uiid Cages, Bath Tuhs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affcnt for Adams & Wi'stlake Oil. (iasoline and fi as stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Cliilled 1'lows, Walking Cultivators,
( oi n Shellers, rianters, Ktc, Ktc
Kos. 27 & 33,
'l'l'lI-KPHOXK NO. VO.
OFFICE: Koom No.
7'tj Ol 1 IO LIVEE,
CO I PAX I i :S I
livei'ii tol ami London and (jUihc,
OerniiiiMii Fire Ins. Co.,
jiviiiirlleld F. A; M. I nd. Co.
llowaid Ins. Co.,
I'uriiiei's bive Ins. Co.,
Niagara. Ins. Co.,
DIXON SPRINGS SUMMER RESORT
OPEN JUNE I TO OCTOBER I.
T.UUMS: BB.OO per week: Special Kates to
Families on Application.
ANALYSIS OF ONE GALLON OF WATER.
-m i ivr: vn i i t
Curb of Iron 122.0
Cliloiide of Iron. . .
Sulphide; of Iron. .
A I k nlics
(.'Iiliiridi: of Sodium
Sul jilmtt: Alumina .
Slllilltt!(! I.iinu. . . .
:w.O Alkalies n.o
01.0 Sulphate of Alumina.. 00.7
4P.0 Sulplmteof Mn,'nesiii. . 11.
00.0 Chloride of Sodium... . 111.1
132.0 Chloride of Calcium.. IS 4
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Joh Printing
iKKiger to a inree-hheet roster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICK.-No. 7fl Ohio Levee, CATRO, ILLS.
fiSmous BATTLES OF THE WORLD.
'xrn v.c . nuAi
v i r n .r I I w
1, 31. & 0. It. K. liuilding,
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i K V I i 1 .SEN T IID :
New York Underwriter's Ajjmry,
(ierinan-ineiican Ins Co.,
City ot London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
North western Mutual Life Ins. Co.
NO. S.iSPmNGNO. 3.
truei-iSulplmto of Iron 42M Silicate? 12.3
tnirt Carlxuintc of Iron 2't.l 'uxido of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 04.5
ulphlmte of Magnesia 17.8
('arliotiiri Acid (Ins.. . . 17.3
Sulph. Hydro. Gas.... 10.5
J. II. LKaIEN, Lessee,
Allen ?ii ingrs, I'opc Co., Ills.
of every description from a