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THE DAILY UA1U0 BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOIININO, JUNE 27, 1884.
The lhijly JBuIletiiu
vi-iTi: ialTa r e iu r a le x a n o k k t of y t y
KN1KHKH AT TUB CAIKO r-OHTOKKICK Foil
TRNf"MHSlOS THIIOLOII TUB MAILS AT
JtKCOND CLASS HATKH.
Noiiecu In tlii column mroe line or Clcvnti
one Insertion orfl.iw per week.
U'lSTEO LOCAL AGESTS To tell and deliver
l ou cjinmimion. A Kood chiiuco fef a capable,
encr.Kiic aud trustworthy man.
S. (.'. l'ALMEK, n:oomlnton. 111.
(tENKKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals oa third pae.
Mr. John Gates lifts his crop of wheat
all cur, au 1 a duo crop it U, ton.
Ice, wood aud kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Kite.
Mr. llcrinan Meyers returned last
night from a trip up the Wabash, on busi
ness. M:s. Suauka is in Kansas City, on a
visit to relative?. She left Wednesday
Foil Sale Two desirable 1 4s oa 25th
Street, Comings Division. Apply to Jno
A. Foore. tf
Miss Emma llaynes, of Fulton, Ky.,
is here on a visit to her cousin, Miss lie.le
Cftpt. Torn Tarr returned from Hot
Spr'iDgs yesterday, much improved in
Mr. Wui. Belnrrell pissed through the
city yesterday on a businefs tour south.
He will return Sunday and stop over.
Mr. Green P. Garner was in the city
yesterday, lie i & candidate for swamp
land commissioner for this section ot Illi
nois. -A horso that Mrs. E. A. Burnett was
riding last evening suddenly took a notion
to make a wild duth for "home," but was
soon checked by the rider aud no harm
The Arus weather prophet's "settled
summer weather" wus rudely wafted clei.r
into the middle of next winter yesterday.
The Argus is even losing its reputation as
a good almanac.
The materials for raising and moving
Mr. Dcsdim jnia's house from the corner of
dixth Street and Commercial Avenue is Ic
ing collected on the ground, preparatory
to beginning work.
$j,000 in genera! Merchandise consist
ing of dry goo is, notions, gents' furnishing
goods, hats, cap?, etc., to be sold in next
ten days regardless of cost or value, No.
101 Commercial Avenue, near O'.li St. Ct
Tice's prophecy of "fluctuating barome
ter, rapil change?, and terrific rain stoims
in places between the 19. h and 20th" was
literally fulfilled. From the 17th to 29th
he gives us "generally clear or fair" weath
er; GOth ' clouding up and threatening."
Tub "Dime Museum" near the Custom
House, gives a uice, respectable, e'ean show,
and a better one than is usually given f r
23 cents. It is worth visiting. Everything
is new, nice and well conducted. They
will be here only a few days longer, and j
then go to Springfield to stay a month.
To Officer McTigue belongs the credit
of discovering the negro, Juhn Uogan, un
der the warehouse down town Wednesday
morning, and of having him conveyed to
the hospital. Uogan was not much im
proved yesterday, in fact the necessity of
having his leg amputated seemed to be
strengthened rather than lessened.
We beg the Argus' pardon for this en
croachment upon its chosen field of lab-n,
an 1 promise not to do so often : Tho match
game of baseball played on Twenty-eighth
Street gnuud Wednesday, between two
colored clubs, one from Paducah, the other
from this city, resulted in victory for the
latter, the Ecore standing 10 to 19.
The Baptist Sociable was well attend
ed last night and was thoroughly enjoyed
by all who were present. The refresh
ments were exceileut aud were elegantly
served by the Udicg. From appearances
we should judge the financial part of the
auair would prove satisfactory to the
. Complaint is made that the numerous
pitches of thick boards tacked over holes
in the sidewalk at the Illinois Central pas
senger -depot are senou3 obstacles to pedes
trians. Ladies an 1 children going to an-
fro between the depots and winrfboats,
frequently stumble aud fall by striking
their toes against these clumsey elcvati n.
A remedy is within easy reach and should
be applied with little delay.
Mr. I'hil Barclay returned from a bus
iness trip down the Tex is and St. Louis
road yesterday. 1L gy8 the farmers along
there are all busy in their fields. At Sikes
ton ho could, stand on the train and 6ce
three threshing machines at once, working
in different fields. The Texas and St. Louis
la one of the best roads for Cairo, if not the
best road that runs iuto the city; for all its
traffic is done via Cairo and all tho trade
that comes from along itB line must come
here boforo it can get any where else. It is
probablo that there will be unusual pros
perity among tho people all along the lino
after the harvest is over and if our mer
chants will make tho proper efforts they
can secure a large nharo of tho benefits of
this prosperity. Tho trade along this line
worth having and Is therefore wrrtli
At l.uretto Academy
Tlio cIiimmi; exi icises of the above-ii.iiiicd
p.ipiilur institution of learning were intend
ed yet terday afternoon by a large end ap
preciative i.udience. In antii ipatioii of a
larger attendance of friends than the hull
ol the building would accommodate tho
good .Sisters at contldfrablc ixpenfp, "no
doubt, had a spacious platform built on
the beautiful grounds on the north side
of the academy and placed a large num
ber of chairs and benches'therc.
A puition of tlu btae and teats were
covered with tarpuulliua laid over u frame
wotk of posts, to serve as a protection
og.iiist rain or sunshine.
The sts'e decorations were tasteful and
appropriate to the occasion.
Promptly at the hour of two the ix. raises
began, the following being the programme:
Overture to the Opjia BauJitenslreighe
(Drandi), Missis N. Cooke, M. Coyie, T.
Dross and L. Tanner.
Valuator-, Misses L. Ka'tenbath and J.
Anvil Chorus (Verdi), First Vocal Cla-s,
accompanied by Miss It. Madden.
Graduating honors conferred on Misses
Eveleen McCarthy, Clara Stephenson, Lulu
Kaltenbach and Josephine De.-Hoscher.
Address to the Graduates, by Miss Teresa
What Are the Wild Waves Suing?
(translation), Miss Henrietta Cooke.
Essay A Tableau of "Life, Miss Chra
Essay Fassing Awty, Miss hveleen C.
Chiming Rellsof Long Ago, soloist, Miss
Teres Walsh; assisted by Vocal Class;
iino, Miss Rachel Bird.
"Sp:rits of the Woods" (dialogue), by In
Oberon do C. M. de VU-bcr (fx hands),
Mioses J.UesHocher.C. Stepher.sou and It.
Ra citation Kentucky Bell.-, Miss Mary
Trio Welcome Spring (Oesfen), Misses
W. Marnell, T. Walsh. B. Susank i, L Mc
CatiJer, M. Coyie and R. Tarr.
Madam Belinda Mccracken's List Exa
mination in Crown's Hollow, composed and
arrange 1 by Misses E. McCarthy and C.
Ma lam IMiuda, Misi E. McCarthy.
Pupils: Misses C. StephensoD, L. Kalten
bach, J. D.-Uochers, It. Madden, H. Bird,
H.Ooke, M. Coyie, M. u ortlnngton, I.
W. Marnell, A. Wilson, M. Wil
liams. L. Tanner. T. Bross and L.
FIHST CLAS3 EXAMINLD.
Irish Diamonds No. 2 (P ipe), Miss Rosa
fchl'OSD CLASS EXAMINED.
Yocul Solo Sweet Boses (Rosabel) Miss
TI3IKD CLASS EXAMINED.
Trio Mocking Bird Echoes (Air by
Getze), Misses L. Tanner, T. Bross, L. Mc
Cander, W. Marnell, T. Walsh and It.
KOL'HTH CLAS3 EXAMINED.
Say a Kind Word Where You can, chorus
by Second Vocal Class; accompanied by
Miss B. Susanka.
Recitation Erin's Fian, Miss Winnie
Grand Duo Norma Fantasia (Jean
Paul), Misses R. Bird, R. Maddeu, T.
Walsh and C. Stephenson.
Is Education Conductive to Virtue? (a
conversation by the graduates), composed
by Misses McCarthy and Stephenson
Rhapsodic Hongroise No. 2 (Liszt) Miss
Esnay Into tho Silent Multitude, Miss
Esay In Time There is no Present, Miss
Ji Bephinc DesRocher.
Memorare Sacred Chorus (Cambilotte),
Pianos, Miss.-s Iary Coyne and Henriet
Valedictory, Misses Clara Stephenson
and Eveleen McCarthy.
Of course the most interesting portion of
the entertainment was the conferring of the
graduating honors on tho four "sweet
girl graduates," viz: Misses Eveleen Mc
Cartby, Clara Stephenson, Lula Kaltenbach
and Josephine DesRocher, the beautiful
wreaths and handsome gold medals being
distributed by Rev. Father Murphy.
The floral offerings to the graduates were
most elegant and varied in design and were
sent in to the various happy recipients
almost continuously during the entertain
These young ladies contributed the more
solid portion of the exercises, such as fine
ly written essays and dissertations on the
various scienccR whirh form the higher
course of study in the institution. The young
ladies demonstrated by their various recita
tions during the lengthy programme that
they have been carefully and thoroughly
educated and that their graduation is not
merely empty show, but is truly a thotough
completion of i.uch a course as is usually
pursued in the higher institutions of learn
At the conclusion of tho entertainment
Father Murphy, in response to an invita
tion, said a few well-chosen words to the
graduates and friends present. During his
talk he paid a high and certainly a m ell
leserved compliment to the good Sisters,
wh , he said, have shown by the progress
exhibited by tho various pupils that they
are not only competent to train our dmigh
ters in womanly grace and virture, but are
also fully competeut to impart such addi
tional education as may be acquired in
After Father Murphy's address, Mr. W
C. Mulkey, who had done good service
during the enteitaininent as master of cere
monies, was called upon, and, although dig
claiming any intention of saying a word,
forgot lumself as it were, and soon was de
livenngl most eloquent speech in deserved
eulogy ui the Academy.
THE EMPEROR'S LIFE.
Trial of Twenty-Three Anarchists
For Hitfh Treason at
The Bombs to Be Employed in tlifi Deadly
TTT 1. 1C t-.i. .1 i
n era muu mac mrou
The Case Not Made Out, But Enough
Learned to Justify a Light
Viesxa, Juno 20. The trial of twenty
threo Anarchists, which commenced
Juue 11, was concluded to-day.
The chief witness for the prosecution
wero the Anarchist, Todboy, who turned
informer, aud his wife. Fodboy's testi
mony was to the effect that lu January
last the Anarchists were entirely under
the commund of a committee la New
York. They organized clubs aad made
collections weekly for party purposes, In
cluding the purchase of arras. In
March, 1S83, they held three secret sit
tings, when the assassination of the Em
peror was discussed, aud this they re
solved to accomplish by means of bombs
during his visit to Gratx, at the popular
fete of last year. "These meetings,"
witness said, "were presided over
by Michael Kaphauf, who read let
ters from America, announcing that
bombs were already ou the way, and
those present were iuvlted to volunteer
for the deed, support being promised for
the family of the mail selected. All
present, about thirty, roso and lots were
cast. Fodboy's wile testilled to having
heard from her husband that several
conspirators had been singled out for a
journey to Flume to receive the bombs
from America. A New York letter, read
at a meetiuif, her husband had to;d her,
was signed by Justus Scnwab, a weli
kuown anarchist. The prisoners wire
indicted for high treason aud an attempt
on the Kmperor's life, but they were ac
quitted on both charges., l'odboy and wife
contradicted themselves repeatedly ou
cross-examination. It Is plain, however,
that the prisoners were members of a
Socialistic society, at a meeting of which
speeches were made relating to the al
leged wrongs of the working classes,
likely to disturb the peace, aud the pris
oners were convicted of conspiracy
against public order and let off with a
Vienna, June 20. A bomb tilled with
a powerful explosive was fouud In the
shrubbery near the Exhibition rotunda.
All the public buildings are carefully
watched, owing to fears of outrages by
anarchists. The maiu sewers, which
anarchists threaten, are repeatedly in
THE CHINESE IiOlTKU.
r.uus, June 20. Hanoi dispatches state
that Chinese regulars with artillery In
trenched themselves at Launsou in viola
tion of the treaty, and attacked the
French forces Monday as they were on
the march, killing seven an(! wouuding
furtyvtwo. General Negret Immediately
set out with reinforcements. General
Milot telegraphed that the French utini-
bered 7oQ. "We are on the way to Lang-
son, luousn greatly ontnumoereu, tncy
routed the Chinese. The Freuch lost two
err to 1'iiXKs.
There is a report here that the forces
near Langson were surprised in a narrow
detile and nearly cut to pieces.
I'LON l'LON AND VK.TOK.
The Fi'i'iro savs: 'Trince 'apolcon
(I'lou Flon) has written a letter to Joli-
liois, a member of the Chamber of Depu
ties, reproaching him for seeking to In
duce Prince Victor, a son of Flon Flon,
to forsake filial duty."
Turi.ox, Juue 20. It is reported that
there were eight deaths from cholera yes
terday. 1 he authorities are sparing no
effort to minimize the outbreak.
D V S A MITE CONDEMNED.
London, June 21. A letter Irom John
O'Leary, the well-known Feulan, residing
in Paris, is published to-day, in which he
denies tho assertion made by the Paris
correspondent of the Tinu-s, and pub
lished in that paper, to the effect that the
Fenians of that city were plotting tfie
overthrow of England by explosives.
The Fenians of Paris always condemned
the practice of using dynamite to secure
justice for Ireland.
London, June 20. Sir Stafford North
cote presided at the conservative meeting
of the Carltou Club to-day, and urged
the party to support tho motion of cen
sure which he was about to Introduce.
Some are dissenting, and advocating de
lay until the Egyptian Conference acts.
The meeting was united in favorof Imme
diate action. Lord liandolph Churchill
TllT'KXCE ON THE 1'OLND.
Dt ni.iv, June 20. At the convention
of Nationalist delegates held yesterday
at Watcrford, resolutions were adopted
in favor of the scheme of providing funds
out of which Nationalist members of
Parliament may be paid router salaries.
i He means recommended by the commit.
tee for raising such a fund is to levy a tax
of twopence on the pound on rateable
property belonging to the members of the
Aden, June 20. The purpose of the
Italian man-of-war, Cartel Fldaro,
which recently threatened to bom
bard Zeyleh, was to force the Governor
to pay Indemnity to the family of Sheikh
Abdurrahman, a protege of Italy, mul to
rostorc property belonging to the Sheikh
Jvnksvii.lk, Wis., June 20. Alcxau-
ior Murray, a farmer residing near Al
bany, Green County, was bitten by a
horso on the hand and w ill probably die
Murray's dog, a large hound, went mad
eeently and bit one of a splendid span
of horses. This horse hit his mate and
i he latier hit Murray. The do" and tlw
li r-i H have been killed.
; Shot His Mother.
Danville, Kv., June 20. Win. Cox, In
-hooting at two men trying to break Into
his house, .shot and killed his mother.
Ni.w I.hmma, Cuvx., Juno 20. In Ihe
nee between the Harvard and Yale Fnl
versilv crews Vale won by three lengths.
Allun Piukerton Dylntr.
Ciiioaiio, 111., June L'O. At noon Al
lau Fiukerton, the famous detective, Is
slowly slnkiiur, aud it is feared he can not
survive the day.
Fi:i. k.max, II I.., June 20. Julia II. U'l
ley, living near here, committed stih lde
last night by hanging himself in his
barn; cause:' dissipation and lina .eial
Died from Suu Stroka.
Joi'Liv, Mo., June 20. James Holt,
who was suu struck Tuesday afternoon
while workitin in a harvest field west of
this city, died to-day f i on the eff- et.
Ciscinsaii, (.)., June 20. The T. J.
Nottingham Supply Co., in mufacttir. rs
of brass jjoods, have assigned, with $20,
l0o liabilities The assets aiv valued at.
Si I, "Oil, subject to lui tiler depression m
Wanted in St. Louis.
Mn.wM Ki.K, Wis., June 20. K. I;.
Marshall, one of the mo-t i.otoriotis
forgers in the country, and who is wanted
ut Chicago, St. Louis and New York for
ssii.g euuuterfeli Haul; of I.usj'.uikI illty-
ound notes, was arrested this inortiini;
while tn ing to negotiate with Mitchell's
iKclurud a Druivr.
New Yoi:k, June 0. l-.d'.viu liibby and
Matscda Sorakichi had a wrestling match
kt flie Gentlemen's Driving Park, Pater-
on, N. J., yesterday. The fir t bout,
itca-.is-euleh-can, was won by Bib iy in
ventv-e;!it minutes, ill second J Olt,
Japanese style, w.ts won by orakichi ia
bine minutes The mat -h was declared a
Ki.l;d by LitfhtmuK and Cremated.
S r i : i m . i h i l, ., June 20. An unmar
ried colored man named Win. lirowu and
;wo horses were struek by lightning and
til instantly killed on the farm of Ilarri-
(on Jacobs, south of town, iasi.cveiiiic..'.
Ho was timing on top of a load of hay
Ivheu the bolt descended and th-.' hay w.ts
K't on lire, the who.e load and the
wagon belli:! de-troy ed. iKh-.r men
Working in the Held hid to pick Brown's
bo Iv "Ut ot the ahe.s with a pitchfork.
Grain und PioviniotiH.
Till i:.SfiA V. Jf.NK bst.
rorrnv steaily; in it.lmi.r. ilVMlV.
I'l.oi u Ste a Iv: X.W to eiioiee, f.l.iil 41.5);
wut.AT I inner; "so. . Ilea. fl. ';'.'":
No.:i ;,,, :,..
CoiiV - lline-i-: No. 2 mixed. K ; ;
o. ; white iniAi'il. .'
Dans Low v. No. :;. :: , c.
11YK Nominal: No. '.. "i7 ''.
T'iiiai ro Kiiiii: ai.'s .-iim.iion to eh:o-
i.l.V-jlU.uo: lent; eoiion-'ii n-l leaf, ivo j
-j.uj: iiu-liiiin to tiooii '. '.; i ;..).
Hav J'ruirm .' il-i i for uvv.w t'
hoiei;: elover wivl, (I 'll t'T coiiimnti t
nine: riuijc.fi v, jll eo-il.l.ou lor nnuie to "Kilt
lii rrnu I'iniier: elioiee to laney en-aa; r'
iw,..o.-; Outre, eticjiue to lutiey. i.'.l'e; 10
Koi.s Ssi-ii.lv. at Inc L.r -tei. rjy t.eh.
i'or ToKs--.Si w iL-m lit :.'."" !" i.i r Par-
el Jor elioj'-e Ihiiiii: uroHii; .-out le-rn, tl."i"i.
I'oiik On I: Miuel n- l ines ?I5. i".;n.
J.Mio NoiieiMl; tirltne ptoam. '4 i'.i-.
hacon l.oim-i, r-'.'-.e; i-rions, s f-.j'.:;
em ribs, - ,e.
Wool, I uti-Wii-hcl. eleia'O, .Vr: fier.
j'W- e; iIiiil'v an 1 low "u - ;s. I n-.vasii,i
lioite meliiiiri, :;i ie; eon I iivi-nine me Imn
?.,i)e: -ei-i-ii-1 liiihl mi-- K',l:ie; (.-.Mil uv-
ra,ro, Iti-'i.e; lienvv IIJI.ic: eoailenj-. -i
union, a';.'ie: eoiniiii'ir, low irm ies, 15 n-e.
Illims Otiii't: Ore Hint. PiiliCe: (liiui-
!f'-l, Il'ili .e: imiis or "as. pie; iny
i!leii. r;e; nrv s i'i'-1. 'Itiiieee l, l ie: km mi l
(air, siiie l. s;,c; ua:iiau,-.l. ii;.,e: Puils and
Ht'S, i-4c; V'l'eeil, uueu.ei, .:2e; dttlll.ted.
iirkp Pki.ts steii.ly; (freen. TO ' .sfi:-; dry
a, 10 '..'Je in i'i a.iM.iui it;i I j i in . it v of wool;
ei-n shon-i.n -s. I'.e, ,ry (Jo. lOiSI'ie: t.unu
WilKAT I P mi r: No. :'. 10 d. June. !l-c;
In y, '.'-,.;.: AetriHt, il.iin
u y, ''-..;': .v.irust, tl.mi ;.: se teupier,
H'ri; iiet.ieer f
1 w i-iik'-i ; .Mini', Hi-4c: .lu v.
August, CI '(: -V.iiemOer, C:.'-e: -i i 1 1. -r, lite.
oiii -sii-.i'iy: .11, in-, .i, ,c; .lul.. -ie: Au-
Ust. -U'.ie; sep'i ir,e. r. .t; ...
riiovlsio.s 1 o 1 1. 111; spin lnes4, JlC.L'i
(J,li.7.i. l.ant ooivi r; Mi-uni. .1 illy,
Wiicat Wc.ikeri .Inn . 5',e; July. r'ive:
Aii-'ii-1!, KJ 'mc: Si-iiii-.nli.-r. ss;4i-.
ions' I.over; .i.n.e. ir,-: .lule. .vr.c-:
Aitiru.s!, .'0 ,.e; .-' t .1 1 i : 1 1 ii r, ; l je; iii ioin r,
He; yeur, l.-r .c: .vay. , e.
(iais lower: .mi,i... .iip'ie; July, mI.i'.c;
August, year, ; e.
1'oiiK -Holier; ,lu -Kj, ?i:C.'5; .luy. fl:i.:.'5:
Aus-oist. ?!. .' i.
I.aiio I o.'.er; Juie-. ; .lul-,-. ?;.t: ..:
Alivu-I, 'i-:.''. 'i: seileriili r, f7.I.
Hiiiikt Hi us .1 .-, -, Ji; ,lu v. T.:li: Au-
kust, tT. 10; Seneuilier, T.K'i.
Livo Stock Markets,
HofiS IteeeipIS IT.Ii t lnml; nulet. slow
!rnl 10c lower; li-'lil, l.H'f, i.::.'.; n.ii.'li p iek
nir, ( 'i.(y'ij':M heavy iae;u:itf mel sliippinir,
5. 15 " o..iO.
(.A1T1.K- 10 eripis, ,i. i i in-iei ; stea.ly; ex-
Kirts, fti.lioi.'i.sn; (jnoi io viioici- shipping,
j'i.'i'4H.5e: couonoii to lair, t'.'i. !".iH.iiii,
SlIKKI' lieeeipl-i l.l'"i lie.nl; ,-1 .i lv: (Oni-
lnon to fair, ?::..iUt'4:i.5n; lnoil toehoiee, :.',5
Catti.k. I'neli iiiJ-ei , In lian ii!ee i, l.ViO
to 1,51 I till ii'-i ri'ire. -,.'i .V ''". M ot '.tin 1 1 in ,
i;.W; Illinois iieer. ut' tri'tn I mil to I, I'm ILs.
'i.li'''.5.Ta; pnor to Komi 'l e vaiw, ? l.o.j..5 I;
tit lekers iiinl li'i di'i's dw 1 ut f 'i.nw,,li,
SlIKKI' AMI l.MIIS I Ili'llllllKi-il; Sales L'OO'l
luehoiei! -Iieepat. I .:(.& t.55; ineiliiiiii tn gudij
Hlieop f'J.'M'i.'i.; market el. h al weak.
lloos Dull; liuleliers' er;eli s, J5..VI; (juuj
toehoiee Vorliers, 4. I'
KANSAsi I I I V.
Catti.e 10'"' ipn. 1.0 HI; sti inh ; native
flleors, l,.'UI tf) 1.50 1 IIh. iiverilu, J.V.m i.H.;iO;
il l '.!. t I 1,1 M lliS. HVl lllKe, :.Un'(ti.Mj;
sloekiTS aiel l'i "lrrs; J l.i'i-i I..M; luir to tfo)l
mi! ! i'ii, a V"ji.
Hoiirt lt'-e'ipls, lli.noo; so inly mi l weulier;
lnis iii :!4.'iti ao5 Ihs. uveiiiiiis, i.i.).,.i.u5;
Mii-.Kl' Ifeeeipts. Iil'i; iiiiet; Mill ves, (11 to
111 iln. iivi-l iie, f.l:Vl-i 51.
Monoy ond Stock Market.
Nkw You. .limn Mnney 3 percent. : K.x
elmnuii 'lull, 4.KJ'i to I.M-,; (iovennni'iits
.lull: nui renev ft'il. liiil: 4'H coniinim. I Isv
1,1.1 s 1'4'b. do, ilnii hid. The KKn-k m irkm Iiim
Im i-ii nnk Hint inerwi un ik inurn inif.
lluniorH of iinpiMiilliitf fjitliiiiis oi' nil rout m
in tmulilo eonlinun to uavuliiti', enuslnif
irrent ilisti iiki tinu nu n rii'iiHiun. A l Hie open
i it nrli-es wero hid up Iriu'tionnllv. hut on ro-
portH that the hunks were eulllnir lu liiium
inure win H riMi to ne I, e ) in inl y Noitlmril
l'aeitU I, under w liOBe e ier- h p pi lees hrntiu
StolMn. Shortly ll'ter III i ri trie hiilr iin
noiineod the misppii"en f stoet, oiitir.lnr
niiieh exrili in ill mi oiiir Innkeii and io-
liewed pell n .
rst r-r r w
11 I J' E
Kxiuninc i our I.-iro -rock of Lijjht Wear Underwear from
(lie liViwit. iraue Undeisliirt to the linest 80.OO Jlalbrian.
Our stuck ol Siuiuncr Hosiery is complete coniprisiiio; Lisle
'I hreail, llalhrfein 11ml Silk llalf-Jlose.
in almndanee. )ruiiillas in
Straws a .specialty.
KsiH'cial attention is
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
tor ( lulilrcn.
AM !BTJ RGrER,
rrn "Palace" Clothier.
Commencing June 2o and for litis week only.
lNiii pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and !c.
.Ml pes (iiiiiiliams. loc ; worth V2 and l.V.
r() pes Victoria Lawns. In. 1 1-2, K, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 'u 171-2 and 2ie.
.V pes Chrck.'d Nainsooks, in, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2V.
25 jics Fancy vakens. 25c; vortli :55c
25 pes Pontile -ilks. t'uncv patterns 7c: worth 50c.
50 pes Slimmer Silks, 50,55 ami (Wc.: worth 75 and t0c
100 Satin Tarasols, lined, at 82 00; worth &J.00.
K 0 Satin J'arasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Lleiant Hrocade Satin I'arasols, with lace, $L00;
Handsf ine line of I'lain and Hand-iainted Fans at greatly
15AUGAIXS for KYKIIYIiOllY this week, at
WJI. JI. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- KANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Merlin, and Aate AVarc,
Uiid Caies, Lath Tubs. Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Asreiit for Ailaiiis & We.-tl;tke Oil. O'aMiline an-1 (i.xs toves, Detroit
Sale Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, cliilleil Plows, Walking Cultivators,
( 01 11 Sliellers, Planters, Ktc, Ktc
fas. 27 & 33,
'J'KI.KPHON'K N'O. :JO-
m 1 1
OFFICE: Koom No. 1, 31. & 0. JL H. Building
7'3 OHIO LEVEEj CAIRO; ILL.
co.n i pani ns unrJi i;s kntkd:
Liverpo. 1 ami I Ion ami Olobc, New York Umlerwriti-r'u A?tncy,
(icnnaiiia Fire Iiim. Co., (terinan-American Ins Co,
Sininylield V. iSi M. Ins. Co, City ol' Iiomloji,
Uowanl Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fire Iiim. Co ,
OPKN JUNE I
TIL II MS: SB.OO per
Families on -Application.
ANALV SIS OF ONE GALLON OF WA1 EU.
SPUING KO. 1 . iSPltlNaNO. ti. Sl'IilNG NO. 3.
Silicates 10.3 ORAINS.
Curb of Iron 122.0 'Silicates 2!).2
Cliloride of Iron trucelSulpliate of Iron 42.U ilicatc." 12.3
Sulpliiite of Iron trse.e('nrl)on:ito of Iron ... 2o.l Oxi.le of Iron 12.1
Cliloriile of Sodium. .
Siilpliate Alutoitm. . .
Sul jiliate Lime
01.0 Sulphate of
00.0 IChloriile of
o2.() jciiloride of
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Printinr of every description from a
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on tho shortest notice and
in the Lest style, ami at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE:-No. 7 Ohio
FoTSEcTsniE BATTLES OF THE WORLD.
tlr PAI'T. KIVO. IT. S. A. I1IHTOKY FltOM THF. nATTLE-FIFI.D. Chow how Ntltom fcmtitn Bid. of
,.tro;"t In a d it. ILw Iiuaiinr Hi.nlcr lim uirn.il mi linl. Coni.it. A Or.nd Hook fur Old J Voniw.H.VM
IiUji. W,7r tht Mrmorv. til t fl. I'lturt ani hutruftum M4 and Kin. lllniltrKMon. W..l.d Kv.rwllr
ttj'Hrll l v.u M full iltKrlflWa Mill Itrmi, - A4iirM J. O. Uvl'l'UUV A JO.. C'lilc.co. 111.
large quantities. Children's
called to our large stock
OA. I HO, 111.
! ' Ama.ou Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co ,
North wcstei n Mutual Life Ins. Co.
TO OCTOBER 1.
week. Special Hates to
11. C jOxiile of Alumioum... 04.5
sulphhate of Maifueiia 17.8
(,'nrlionic Acid Oas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gn8.... 10.5
Allen Spi inffs, I'one Co., Ills.
Levee, CATRO, ILLS.