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THE DAILY UAlllU UULLK'flNi SATUHD.YY JlOllMMi, JUNE 2S, 1S81.
The Daily linllol in,
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SlilONO CLASS RAT Kit.
Notice. In thin folnmn iiirce llaei or lcct lucent.
iinclni'iTilon or ji.oj per week.
U 'ANTED LOCAL AGKSTS-To toll tad deliver
on commifMon. A eood chamo for a capable,
CIUTyj'lt luu i. urn wuru.r man.
S. C. I'ALMKH, Bioomlngton, III.
4TTimrATI 4 TTirnmTii
The entire Furniture of the
A KLlllllUi 111) LTjIa
w.i; be olJ it Tubllc Auction, at 10 A. M.,
MONDAY, JUNE, 30, lt'MU,
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lines. .u.rrJiu. mum nun uin- A urd, R ICDCH
l aruimri", oqo lare rhartcTOav lunge, ir Cnam
Fro. z r. t; .im-r. etc , etc. Sale positive and
Without ren-nre. (nod w.U be ready for impec-
i...B o sat-inlay morn.ng. p
Mrs. ELIZA ELMS.
UVVK'A!. inMi 1T17VQ
'irCiAVrii UUlLi 1 1 1 Jlo I
Additional locais on third pa''c. I
-Paducah is well represented this vtar
at iiixnn rpiiu-.
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r,- Tai-ni. K"l..f. tf I
er, Jatoti Ml(. tt
.-Oiit-aWe nartv Ditsscd uo Thurs-
lay on the Hudson, enroute to Dixon I
. i. - A Tl.. Ti ' . I
Lint, Ijii.o ciie.' Ul) iiuui 1 mill 1 uiui I
yesterday and g te to u.xon springs to-1
it.ri.- T-rt ,1.. -irti.t i (,., o.i,
r,r,.t fvmun.r, nividon A,ni (n t I
Mieet, Comings Division. Apply to Jno
A. Poore. tf
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m House nxture . or sale. i,oo,Js are open
f : ..i-rw.- . -,n .loo I
-Mrs. Jno. Hamilton, of Cape Girardeau,
firmcTlyof this city, is here nc a Tisit to
friends, fclie is stopping at the residence
oi Mr. uooei t i-airj.
Street Supervisor Boughner has distri-1
Imtcd a lar0'e number of street tax notices
which have now expired, and lie threatens
to bring tuit against the delinquents. I
-Put. Mickler sends a detachment of I?
laborers down to Plum Point to-day by the
steamer Andy 11 eim, and expects to send
n:ty in tins gang and wants more.
-Chief It,atden says that unless tLe
Ws stop pitclnng ball on tac public thor-
outdares, they may have to contribute
bometliinsfortho. sunnort r tho ,n
the way of fines.
Col. Wi.l.s ws d,..vn from Metrop ,'is
cstcda) and male a rouu I among his ing of Howard; " he does well not to swear anile out from the batteries. Sub.e
irien. h.. He lias almost entirely recovered thftt ll(J dij f(jr Btvtral hour3 Thurs. qUently the cutter released the steamer,
from his injury of some montli3 ago and .an;nn .-a i fv... but took a passenger to Algeclras as a
cin walk about with e-i.se, with the r.i i of
-Cipt. Taylor, of tho steamer Fowler,
while walking along the guards of one of
tlu wliarfW here yjst-.'rdiy after jooii,
stumbled and fell, spraining au arm so
severely that Dr. Parker Lad to be applied
to for medical and surgical treatment.
This evening Mile DoMontague, of the
Dime Museum, will descend by the hair of
her Load from the top of the fl i-pole, in
the Custom House yard, to the ground, on
a steel wire five hundred feet long. This
is a branch of the Bhow that is free for all.
A new free school house is soon to be
erected in this city, in the same enclosure
in which the Thirteenth Street brick school
now stands. It is to occupy the lot in the
rear of tliia building and will front East,
into theyarJ, that is, the entrance wuy will
be from Thirteenth Street, around the east
erly side of the brick house. It will be
built of frame, will be two stories high and
will have one room and hall on each floor.
The plans and specifications are in course
of preparation by Architect L. I). Baylcy
and bids will soon be advertised for. The
buildicu will fill a long felt want.
'-""luiui visuina -rirat L.aku. in
Kentucky, will hereafter find much better
arrangements for the sport. An old Cher
man has put several b aU in the lake f.
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iiiiuK uui duu oi ler lo uiorrow will als
be prepared to furnish minnows f .r bait
Ign. Fischer, 121 Summit St., Toledo,
Ohio, has sent us a copy of a new and most
charming Irish Song, entitled "Annie o' the
Moy," composed by John Wiegand. This
song hss been sung with unprecedented
success at the Academy of Music and other
popular concert rooms, and is dedicated to
Madame Adelina Patti. It is quite a char
actcristic, sweet and pathetic composition,
and admirably well adapted for public en
tertainments as well as for the parlor.
Can be ordered through any bu(,k or music
dealer, or direct from the publisher, Ign.
Fischer, 121 Suitnnt St., Toledo, Ohio.
Price 35 cents.
Mrs. Wolfe Died.
Mrs. Wolfe, wife of the late William
Wolfe, of the New York Store, died last
evening abo-it 5 o'clock. She had been
Bick abed but three or four days, though
elio had beeo ailing for some time previ
ous. She was the daughter of Capt. and Mrs.
Geo. Poore of this city and was a nister to
Mrs. C. O. Falier. Duo notice will be
given of the funeral.
A Ml -Convicted Liar.
I IrmmIui e luttle. tb llfi'in.f tl... Una-.
uiti-jiitu walk-mailing S c li i in i',
MU'iU-s that His Statcimiit to Parlies
Jit-re Connecting- llou. Umiiel Hoi.mii
"uji me luminous not, is False.
The following aliidavit, filed .y tlx; i;'ii-
erin ralnski County Thurs lay morning,
State ok Illinois, j
Itla.ki Colstv, J
I, Theodore Kittle, do golcmulv sweir
mat mu stuteuieut m Iuk Daily Caimo
o!.U!'LE.To':V, ' , Tllu,Sllfty '""'iiing, June
says that 1 was "undo drunk and, while
m tins condition, was taken by Senator
'SHn before a Justice of the 1'eace HDd
induced to make an affidavit in which
accuse Ah x.Milburn and others of havim
committed the crime," etc., is wholly false
ttuu uoi uue, as i made said complaint
it,,out knowledge so far as I k,
a 2E. STl'' '
u S ne ct ahKeu me m m-tlro nnv emo
, . "V
wnatever against any one whonisover, ami
thttt said article so far as mv bein" drunk
,.,. w in n iuj uun, uruns
t the time I made said complaint is false,
as i was uuiy soucr aua i was never in-
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liUCe.l llV anv rinu nm.l.-n ci . n.imr. ml
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against Alex. M.lourn, but made it of my
own volKlon on information and belief,
That I lave never had any conversation,
eimer ainctiy or indirectly, with Senator
! iiogan since the hangiDiT of elson How-
arcl by a mob in Mound Citv: save once
P?lc '. t,le next. d !l,e hnt'lnK
I OI Srt (1 llOWnrd. Ulli.n Cll.l ll.irrnn nikn.
me al)out g, (1 ,9n n(T i,nf ,,,.. mo
to makfl anv onnmutnt Turn i'itti t-
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uusiriueu aim sworn to ceiow me i s
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' iw,. ri,
The Btatemont quoted in the foregoing
document. an,l whieli ir i intpnd,! t,i ran.
tm lipf tvu nnl i..V. Ki. T.ry. r... r-n-T..
--v., ..o ui mius inn. iJLi-i.ni.
u"o'u'"y. as soma way lnier, out wr.s
. . i
niiJ by kittle himself to not lets than
twenty ainercnt men, responsible citiz.'cs
of this city, an ! was published on his au-
... " .
I nittie does not say in his atti iavit that
Qedii, nQt mike t,)(J gtfttemcnt attributt.a
t0 him Jn TE Bl7lkt N of S(. . &aJ
well, wj rtpea', not to swear thu he did
not say to any one here, that "he was mado
drunk and while in this condition was
taken by Senator Hogaa before a Justice of
the Peice and induced to make an affidavit
accusing Alex. Milburn and others of be
ing mo;nbers of the NeUon Howard mob;
ho do.-s well jcor to swear tint he did not
to ftnv here, tint S.-nttor H.gan
haltolJ Limth3t he (Hojfan) iatead.d to
f"ai,J' uuraaSi"u iu iau anu cnu ne wouia
imtttn lilrH Il. .flnl Tld . . F ' I
' JW ,ur I'.iormsuon
,ev,,n - ' 10 luu U1ery or tierr oers ot tue
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""u uaa 9,"JttQ "lm a rou 01 reen-
UKd 8Q J S4ia m euostance, "ivitue, you
, , ,. . , .
7 , 7 TT?i 7
w.u.u,, u.u v. v.-
merciai Avcuuo by Hinging a little original
doggerrel iu which lie represented Mr.
Ilogan as being on bis way to Springfield
to get $3,00!) fur him as the reward offered
by the State for the ap
prehension of the eighteen Nelson Howard
mobbers he (Kittle) claimed to know;
he doc3 well not to deny under oath tln.t
Le male all or any of these statemenn, and
more, too, of a similar nature, for if be
had done so we should have been under
the necessity, a somewhat painful necessity,
we must confess, of sending Mr. Kittle to
the penitentiary for perjury.
We can produce in to-morrow's issue a
duzen affidavits from as many different re
sponsible men, affirming that Kittle not
only made the statements above quoted,
but made them repeatedly and openly.
But there is no need of doing this at least
not yet. In the foregoing affidavit, Kittle
does not deny that he made the statement.
He only denies that the statement is true,
and thereby swears that he lie I when he
It is fortunate for Mr. Kittle that it is
not so prejudicial to one's liberty to lie, as
it is to be guilty of perjuiy; but if Mr.
Kittle had'ut retracted his lies under oath,
he could have drawn very little consolation
from this fact, for lying such as he has
confessed to is also punishable, under the
laws against slander and libel. There is
no doubt that Mr. Hogan is innocent of the
charges nude against him by Kittle; and,
since there has been no personal ill will be
tween him and Kittle, the only motive the
latter could have had in making the Haa
ment ws to bolMer up his scheme with a
show of authority, so as to render it more
formidable in the eyis of those whom he
sought to intimidate. Jut ho failed in Ins
infamous scheme-utterly failed; and if he
gets out of it without having more than this
to complain or, he will be fortunate, indeed.
For the present we have nothing more to
Stages of tho Kiver.
The river marked by the gauge at tli's
port at G p. m. 23 feet 11 inches an 1 fal'
ing. Chattanooga, June 27. Hiver 5 feetO
inches ami rising.
Cincinnati, June 27. River 8 feet 5
inches and tailing.
Louisville, Juue 57. Itivtr 5 feet 4
inches and fullin".
Nashviile, June 27.-P.ivet 3 ft 4 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, June 87 IHvi-r 3 feet 0 in.
ch and rising.
St Louis, June 27.-Rivcr21 ft 7 inch
s nnd rising.
A DUTIFUL SON,
Prince Victor's Respect For Hit
Father and lli8 Duty to
Tho B;ittlo of Langson Resumed Ileavj
Losses to the Trench-Tha
Messengers to Gordon Allowed to Pass
K"'k "t '-
abls, Juno 27. Prince Victor has
written a letter to M. JoliboLs in expla-
nation 01 nis present position. He says
that no has profund resDect for hi
farther, Prince Jerome, but that he was
obliged to leave the paternal roof. -Since
, . - . .,,,1,, .
, , a nsQt 10 tn"k for himself, hU
oy "ue l conduct was the one enjoined
by Napoleon 1. and Nanolerm III II,
wJm, milnt m t TllV JlL. .3
. : " :
luaiuiouj iuioce nil areAt Inhnr fnncn
.. . . . . 1 l""1-1'
cuuirniy to um political opllitoufl. and has
resolved to withdraw from all coniDrom-
lsln connection, Iltucclorth he will
reply to no mor attacks, but will main-
lulQ snencs oeuttiug nis position.
Hanoi advices of the 20th insr utit
J?" fl8"iD? n
WlllUCe "UmriOll 8)1(1 Ihn VrMii.-h
lorcea was eouuuutm to dv. TenFreiu h.
riien were killed and thirtv-ihree wound.
I eu. Iwo stk-ainers havt mmn . ..b
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Wounded. Ueueral Atjrner lolned the
rencn columns near Iiak U, and is
. Rwaiimu rnrener orotra Tin rM.....,
Geutrals, Vnon Gly and Nony, have
10,000 regulars between Ikik Le and LauL'-
i ASIATIC C1KI tPA
xofLO.v, June 20. Fires were kept
burning In the streets all last ni?ht for
pamying purposes, a post-mortem tx-
amiuatkm of two oodles was made an l
jQ each cam wu. found aiins of A.tio
eholera. The heart was shrunken ami
without vesicles, the blood wm drawn
into the longs, the peritoneum contract
ca, the interior of the stomach contract.
fcd and shruuken and spots of a yellow
hue were found on the Intestines. The
kidneys were affected but the liver was
ALLOW KD TO TA.S8.
Cairo, Egym, June 23. Colonel
Kitchener, arrived from- Kerocko, re
ports that messengers who arrived with
Utters from Zobehr Pasha, were allowed
to pass through the rebel lines, belna es
corted by the Mahdi's horsemen, "and
regarded as pro'of ol Zobehr's good
are now ncanng iinartoum
Cairo, June 27 .-Ctncral Grenfll hi
arrived and goes immediately to .sou.n.
Tlre was Increased firing at Suakim
Jast evening. The conduct of the K
nan troops was good
GibraL'i kh, Jane 27. -A SpanUh rev
LoKtase Th0 Governor of Gibralter has
ordered an Inquiry.
KNO'B CASK AKGl'F.r.
f.ijkc, June 27. Davidson, counsel
for the private prosecution in the F.tio
case, commenced addressing the Court
at nine o'clock this morning. Ik argued
strongly In favor of the extradition, and
cited Home weighty tacts in support of
the demand made by the American Gov
eminent for F.no's surrender. The argu
ment of counsel took up the whole ol "to
day's session of the court, and it is prob
able the Judge will want a couple oi days
to deliberate. No decision Is therefore
looked for until Monday or Tuesday. The
prevailing opinion seems to be that" Fno
Is sure to get off.
CANADIAN STOCKS TAKL K II MIiLi:.
Monikkal, June 27.. request for
assistance In case it was needed from the
management of the Fed-.-ral liank In To
ronto with its branches all ovr the Do
minion to the leading banks h' re, yester
day caused a panic on the Kxehaue, and
the stock of the bank that a few months
ago sold at ICO brought. i , l Ul.
bank has a capital of . ij(. , ,.r.
dilation, $7,000,000, and disi.WiU n -ooo.ooo.
The cause of eii.narra.smVni is
that tue bank has be-n urn-j immense
loans to lumber merchants hi i mtarioa id
Michigan which are locked ,, u,fcUlliie.
ly. All other stocks tiiinhi. d from two
to ten per cent., and there is a feverKh
c ) M m ( i j o 1 1 1; o a i : i : i x ) v .
Tim Aired Millionaire Lying at tho
Toint of Death.
Lo.v; Bit ancii, N. J., June ti7.-Com-modoro
Garrison is reported Vin scr'
ously ill ttt his summer residence near
Klheron, His condition Is said to i,e
critical. lie was brought here on Sun
day la.st by order of his physicians.
Wiii-;u.iN.i, W. Va., June 27. While
Win. Haber and a young lady were buguy
riding last evening, a U.ish ol llghtiiin
tore up the road for twenty-lhe ards in
the rear of their btigiiy, when they hur
ried on to a covered bridge, which they
had scarcely entered when a Hash struck
the bridge, destroying It and killing the
horse. Neither man or woman was hurt.
Took the H .nns.
O.XKf.un, Miss., June 27. The annual
exercises ol the Unlver-lty of Mississippi
closed yesterday. I). Y. West, of the
graduating class In tho law department,
bore off she first honors, He is a son of
Ceneral Wrist, tho GrAcnbacj candidate
(or Vlce-rrcsldent. J. M. MatthewH,
on of the late I'rcsldutit MatthuwH,
killed by Wheeler In Coplas County, wm -l
warded tho gold medal for declamation
A Oolord OroduitB of Y.l.
Nkw Haven, Conn., June 7. A. .V.
riiomas, Jr., L. L, I)., Is the omy color d
,iirmlcr of tho Yale gradual in class. !i
waa born of slave paienUge. lie wii
'ollow the law.
Unanimous For Cleveland.
Pi:o ji'i:.M k, I!. I., June '.'7. Tin
Illiuile l.s'jt'ul Democratic (U leitioit U
umiiiiiiiuus for Cleveland,
He Will Accept.
Si iii:i:criY, N. Y. .Inn.! 27.-K.'V.
Ir. Potter's most iniimati- frli tnls .-tato
lie 111 :iece t the Plshnprlc of Nebraska,
to which lie was elected Wednesday.
Why the Discrimination
Nkw Yokk, Juno 27. The Western
Union has reduced its rates between thit
city and Chicago to twenty cents for ten
worJs; to M. Louis, to forty cents,
Iiosio.v, Mass., June 27. Teenier Inn
accepted the offer of Ilosnur's backer
for a sculler's race for SJOO a side, dis
tance, time and place to be mutually
Pii'rsin;iiGH, Pa., June 27. K. lv.
Hyndnuu, a Kentlemanexceptionally well
known in railroad social circles died this
morning of consumption. The deeei-ed
was fortv years of uge and leaves a wi.'o
and two children.
Killed In an Explosion.
Walnut Rikok, Akk,, Juno 27. Tho
stave factory at Portia, six miles wet of
here, exploded jesterdaj at four o'clock,
killing J. 1. Flock, proprietor, and the
engineer, name not known.
Six Italians Drowned.
Nkw Yokk, June 27. Nine Italians at-
tempted to cross Corsln's Inlet, m-ur
Sowers, N. J., during a storm yesterday.
The boat uptet and m were" drowned.
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luvii uuuies were not recovered.
Ths Strikera Win.
PuiLAi.KLi'iiiA, Pa., June 27. This
morulng Horner Pros., yielded to the de
mands of thestrikiiiL' weavers, midair, ed
nut to force a reduetioii at anv time dur
ing the season. The men all resumed
work at the looms at tho old price of
seven cents a yard.
A Sensible Decin'on.
IlosiuN, Mass., June 20. la th : $10,.
000 libel suit of Charles Cowley vs. the
liostou Ht iII for publishing a petition
liled In the office of tho Clerk of the
Supremo Court for t.'ie debarment of
Cowley from legal practice, th-; Supreme
Court to-day overruled the deei-1 nof tho
lower court that papers had a riiiht to
publish articles from court records before
the cases were tried, and ordered u new
trial iu the libel su;t.
Grain and Provisions.
1-III DAY, JL'NK Z' lsi.
(OTTOS-ReaOy; ni'ddline'. 11 ,lt -,".
tl.oui-Mc;.,y: AAA. 10 choice, f.t.a.',t..V):
Winnr-Loer; No. 2 Ued, $l.o:iI.'Oj
.No. j Ited. V-k:
Coiis- Weuki-r: No. 2 mixed, f ', i:,:'-,e;
No. white mixed. Mi'ie.
Oats Lower: No. 2. WtvZ):ta.
U fc .Nominal ; No. .Viti..
T'iHA"en firm: ius ciiiiiinuii to c:eie
to.7.Vlo.w. leaf; coiiimoii red leaf,
Ib.'M: lIK-'llUlll lO (f(Kl tl--'r'lii'.!).
Uav PrairiH i.io ilo 'i l.ir tinnre to
thoiee: clover mixcl. to 1,10 Tor e.uiiriioi in
prime: timotnv, tii.ii(l.i.iju lor prune to 'yjit
lirrrKii Firmer: choice to laricy ircumery
W&Slii; clutry, choice to Inney, i.VrlilTc; low
K(iw Sie:i,iy. at loo for Mri' lly fi i eft,
i'OTtTOK.--New tlrro nt ,:.tJo ,,,-r ,ur.
iel Jor ehni.e lioiee Kro n and ;o..sie iir
Pokk Iiu'I: PtaiidttH men II Vi..r,.-.V
Lako Nomiii il; prime stenm. P4 ,;.
Macon Lonir. h'!"."shc; e-lioi ts. &,'!
cieai nOs. .;!.
Wool Tut-wa-hed. eiioiee, f e: fnir
2: 7,:."J ,c; ilmiry uivl low '..'i.'s. Criw;nh,-I--Choice
nie.liu.'ii. 1 -jc: eoo 1 m eni.-f me,i,i
l-.Kie: e,.,.i,..,i imi,t )n,. 7(,A.;
fcrft.'e, Pi;,lTc: heavy l.tl.;; eoinl.m.'. -4
OlO ,d, lo4-;)(;; eonitiiiii.', low kTiile, l.'i ',v
Hioks Omet: iirv llior. U;-- iii.m,...,i'
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do. 40 iT'ie., as ro arnouiit and ma, it . n: win, l
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Live Stock Markets.
n.)r;s-iteeeiits H.irm hemi; ative nnl
Vr""!, -!''"'! -ll"'"A:-'-i; rouli p.i.
Inir. fl . .".-..On; heavy paekinif un-l diipidii.
(.'ATTI.K-ltee.-ipt-i, n,:M ; S,IW; f,x.
poi-K. fi. ,..: ioii-t to clioie'j hliippinjr
kl.i'6li..Kj; eonnnoii to fair, ."..:!k.o'i tm
rillKKP He. eipj L'.tou head; weak; to n
Inon to fe.ir, -l.'('j.'i.O i.
f'ATTl.K ClieJl lliired; I fl-iian ( K'l-iTS 1,100
10 !,) Ihs ay-reif, 5..Ve.".'..i; ol Hi. lbs
V i-1"; Illinois -tee s, of In, m im p, ,i.4.
If lnv.Ji.7:,; pi or to U',,, ,i Ti'iin,
H-iekeiS and fe. t--4 l lat f I.i,,1 in.
SllKKI" AMI Loins I'lieliutnf -.1; Rah Slfood
In eliOK e -lieep nt f I.HV l.7-r; Ine-liniii to (food
i-lir tip .l.7ir.r .H.",; irinrket"'(;li.n il weak.
1 1 1 !S I Mi 1 1 ; butchers' grades, fr,..Vi; (food
to choice Vorl.iTi, t t.Vtb'i.'fl.
CAT1I.K-tte'i l-U, l.sirt; w-eiik (in I slow:
initive steci s, l,;.0i to l,5i lbs. uveraifc, j.V',5
il.,.;.; do lVJ ti l,Hi Uk. uvorinru,
fi .Vl: Mockers and feeders; J I.V(i l.'JU; fnir to
(rood unlive rows, .fXliV'il.
Jioos Itei-etpti, 7,.m; winiker nnd 1n- lower;
Iocs ol !l to 3 l.'i U.S. nvertljj, I.CViIh'..u6:
inidniy, 1. 4 1 ".!',.
SHI.I.I' - Iteeeipu, PlO; nomlniiily un
( Il uu-ed.
Money and Stock Market.
Ni Vnii'.. .Iiiiip ,'. Moie-y 4 pi-ronnt; Kj
rhuriii) ipil. t, I S'i'i lo 4. -t' , : i.overninetits
Jills ; currently H's, :tl l.i; 4 s eoupons, IIH'4
M l; 4'A'm. do, UUSi bid. 'I he nuek neirkal tins
h-en o,ik nnd Irrenuhir, mid pil.-es ut tlio
tiiiinnf wiitlriK nio only fr.ielloniidy a novo
tho lowost llnuroH lit the op ninif, Wentern
( nh.n wns hid tit) byfinuld brokin'S l v4 p(r
out. This, tojfether Willi u plentiful siini.'y
11 (nippnitlnir Orders for a t.ino Itnpnitra
lonsi'U iHlile mieiiiHh to tho wlmln list. Asldtj
toru Wtvjlerii I'nlnn thn Iml niKaneeil In tho
rpu halC hour to I per item.., hut the Im
iMVomulit was only g-mi t lived. Tbo beari
tOTijiiontly madnan ntir-lanirh t on Northoyn
nl.le, OHiminif t ie wh ile Iim in ileiillne f,'i
tr cent., led by Niii t'iei n I'lieille und Van.
iwbiltr 'I'lie I iwo-t tiu it i -s kith toiiefmil at
eon, hut O' let, n, iimlei- huyltiir by tho
i'li, lii"ie Ihih P. n a irneltriiiiil 10 'ory,
Kx.uniiit! (nr large lock of Light Wear (Jiiderwcar from
the LVcfiit gauze Uiulcrsliirt to t lie finest &).l)0 Ilalhriggan.
Our sti ck o( Sinniner Hosiery is coniilcte comprising Lisle
'Ihread, I'alhriggan nml Silk I'alf-JIoe.
in alunilance. )Ianilla.s in large quantities. Chi Wren's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
LI I I
Commenriiur June 23
i i ti i 1 1
-00 pes Calico, Sc.: worth 7 and
o0 pes (iiughams IIH; ; worth 12 ami LV.
r0 pes Victoria Lawns, lo. 12 1-2, l.'i, 17 1-2 ami 20r.
o0 pes India Lim-ns, 12 1-2, l.'i, 17 1-2 ami 20c.
o) pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, l.'i, 17 and 20c.
2o pes Fancy Sal ecus. 2.e.; worth &"ic.
2."i pes Pongue ilks, fancy patterns, :7c: worth .inc.
"0 pes Summer Silks :(, ' anl liOc: worth 7." and Hoc.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at S2 00; worth fri.OO.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Drocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $ l.OO;
Hand me line of Plain and
rtiiiH cu ju ices.
W1I. JI. DAVIDSON,
STOVES,-:-BANG US, -:-TIS,
Jai)anned licrliu and Aati; Ware,
JMid Cages, Path Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Wcstlake Oil. (iasolinc and flas tovi-n. Ihtroit
Sale Co., liaiiCltoii Steel Plows, Chil!(;d I'lows, Walking- Cultivator.
Coin Sludlers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
ios. 27 & 33,
'J'Kl.KPIIONM NO. tJ(J.
OFFICE: .Poom Xo.
COM l'AXIKS UKPltKSlUNTKl)
livcrpoi 1 and I.i iuloa ami (iiobe,
f't'i'iiiiipia I ire Ins. Co.,
springhYIil F. tt M. Ins. Co.
Howard Ins. Co,,
Fanner's fire Ins. Co ,
Niagara In.s. Co.,
DIXON SPRINGS SIM RESORT
OPFN JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1.
T.I;UMS: 8.00 per wecJc. Special Katos to
Families on .Application.
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPUING-NO. 1 . I SPUING
Carb of Iron
Chloride of Iron
Sulphate of Iron . . .
Chloride of Sodium .
Sulphate Alumina . .
tract 'Sulphate of Iron
trace Carbonate of Iron ..
01.0 Sulphate of Alumina.
bO.b iChloride of Sodium..
;i',M) iChloride of Calcium. . 18.4
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Joh 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. (Jail
and get his prices.
OFFICE:-Xo. 78 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
mcWSftimSl BATTLES OF THE WORLD
. j- ir.ii. .... f, ULVtti 'EST-' MlSCi it u V' triTiSi tstJ
The "I'al.-ie.." CMIlier.
and for this week onlv.
Hand-painted inns at greatly
i IM i i I AT Ci f
EVEIiVliODV this week, at
CA'I KO, 111.
1, 31. & 0. P. P. Puil.ling,
- - CA1KO, IU
New York Uiolei wi iter's Ari my,
(tt iiiian-Aiiici icaii Ins t't ,
lit' of London,
Ania.nu Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
North western .Mutual Life Ins. Co.
GALLON OF WA'IKU.
SPUING NO. Li.
O HA INS,
. -12.:! Silicates 12.3
. 20.1 Oxide of In n 12.1
i i n i .. :.l .. r ..... n .
ii. o f.;tni oi Aluminum... oi .
(10.7 Hulphhute of Miiu-nesia 17.8
11. Carbonic Acid Oas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. O is 10.5
J. K. IjLCMKN, Lessee,
Allen Sptingfs, J'ojie Co., Ills.