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OAliiO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKNINO, JUNE 29, 1884.
TO :: EEDUOE :: STOCK!
Popular as? Reliable Cash
PHY GOODS 1-IQTJSJl!.
Oiler Extraordinary Bargains Departments!
We desire to make a clean sweep of all Summer Goods.
Itayers of Dry Goods will limit his a golden opportunity to
supply their wants. We quote a few prices for comparison:
lOOiiicrcs Lawns, fast colors, at 1, 5,
, i2 aim ivc
.Solid Pink anil Blue Chambray at 12,,2'
aid 1 " c . ; worth rJOc.
Seersuckers, at 8 and 10c., solid colors
Linen Law ns, at 15 and 20c ; worth 25
India Linen, at 10, 121, 15 and 20c,
White Piques and Nainsook, at 6, 8, 10
Xew styles, lnvss Ging-hanis at il 4 10c
Stock alway fresh, clean and
the lowest. It pays to trade at
oFFklAL I'.U'Eli UF Al.liXASDEK COL'.NTV
tNTEIUU" AT TUB CAIUO l'OSTOKFlCK Foil
VHAN -MIl-SION Til HOUGH TUB MAILS AT
SECO.NU CLASS RATES.
Notice" in thi column uire Hues or lent) 35 cent
ir.eini:rtiuii or fl.lM tvt week.
If Oil SALK-Pwo iVlrli! lots on 2.Vh Street,
lomint? H.vlrioa. Apply to Juo. A room.
"VTANTED LoCAL Al.KNTS-To lull and deliver
on ejmmimion. A nood chance for a capable,
inerpu'.ii airi tru-twortliv man.
S. C. l'ALMEK, HloomlnKton, 111.
The entire Furniture of the
will be fold it I'ubllc Auction, at It) A. M.,
MONDAY, JUNE, 30,
cnuelnlnj of K--cl1-a 'i, .Uttree, C'lia'rn and
Table. M rrorx, China unl GIFward, K.tclica
IKurniuire. one lure t'liarlerOak ltinue, Ic Cream
Vrevz-t, Cmii'er. etc, etc.. Sulo pontlvo and
without r.''Tve. 0-iodn w'.ll tie ready for inspec
tion on Saturday morniiit
Mrs. ELIZA KLL1S.
UENESUIj local items
AdJh'tun&l locals on third ivic.
Wanted -A buy to lciun tlie printinjj
"I'l'iy at The Bi"
j)r throng was iu Oolcomla tha pn.it
week aiid is f,'"'no to Dixon Springs with a
Il.m. D. T. Liuegtr Ii;i9 consented to
address thu Fourth of July celebrators a(
The Ilftllidity Gunrds are requested to j
meet at tho Armory at 1 o'clock p. in. to
day (Sunday), for bu-siness of importance.
Jno. E. English, Captain. It
Mr. Thomas Ferguson returned yester
day from St. Louis where ho went to pro
cure material for Mr. Desdimonia's tie
brick house, corner Sixth and Commercial.
Mr. Sarbian, the aged father of Fiitz
ami Julius Sarbian, was kicked by a cow
last evening ami his leg badly hurt. It
was believed to have been broken and Dr.
Tarker was called to Ox it.
Mr. Quasebath, formerly of this city,
but lately removed to IMville, was in the
city yesterday to look after his personal
effects. He may return to resume his resi
dence and business here.
Mrs. A. W. Williamson lies succeeded
Mis9 Lydia Pitcher at the Central Tele
phone Office. She is well qualified for the
position, having had not a little practical
experience in it.
$5,000 in ieufral merchandise consist
ing of dry goods, notion?, gouts' furnishing
goods, hats, caps, etc1, to he sold iu next
ten days regardless of cost or value, No.
101 Commercial Avenue, near 6th St. 3t.
Ey a change of the time card regulating
trains on the Texas and St. Louis roa i, the
passen." r that furmerly left here at 4 :15 a.
in., will now leave at 7:45 p. ui.; and, re
turning, will arrive at 12:03 p. iu., instead
at 2 a. m. as heretofore. The new card gois
into effect to day,
The I leal League have leased tho new
hail iu the building that takes the place of
Wilcox Iliock on Washington Avenue.
The term for 0 years, lieception room?,
dressing rooms, etc., will be th gantly fur
nished by the club, whose membership is
increased to fifty.
Prof. U. E. H intnuj'.ler, teacher of
German anil other branc'ie?, has pit pre
pared a system of algebraic studies com
prising seventeen solution of squaring the
circle, and nineteen problems. He lias sent
a copy of his work to Washington and one
also to Berlin, for inspection. II -j is now
trying t() form a class here for the purpose
of teaching some of the higher branches of
CoUDty Commissioner Mu!cahey and
Dr. A. I Oreer were in the city yetterday
from up tho county, attending a culled
meeting of tho County Democratic Central
Committee, of which they arc members.
100 iiieccs Choice Styles, Points, at 5c.
All Wool l!untins, all colors. It! & 20c
Lace Hunting:, 12, 15 and 20c, Urcat
Suninicr Silks, at 40, 15 and 50c,
.'lemnantsof Mlks and Dress Goods at
lt)0 Manufacturer's Samples of Para-
sols, at 50 per cent, less than regular
1000 Imported Sample of Tans, from
2c to $5 00 each.
attractive. Trices always
Mr. Muleiihey, having disposed of his Hot
Springs business, will devote himself again
entirely to his farm. IIu has cut one of tho
largest - aud tiuest crops of wheat in tho
Pursuant to a call issued by Secretary
Hlake, of the old committer, the new Coun
ty Democratic Central Committee met yes
terday in this city for tho put pose of organ
izing. Organization was effected by the
election of Capt. T. W. Shield as Chairman
and of Mr. 1$. F. Wake as Secretary and
Treasurer. Another meeting was held l.st
night, at whichplans for the work ot the
committee in the immediate future were
discussed and adopted.
Tho negro vagrant wlu was "ain iu"
ns a ''suspect'' some days ago, under a
sentence of one hundred days, made his
escape from the chain gang Friday, while
Jailor Cain? was working them on Yu-h-inytun
Avenue crossings. The fellow took
the opportunity when a row of teams were
going over the crossing, seperating him
from the Jailor, and r-in like t-ixty out
toward the Mississippi Levee. If lie went
away to stay the city will be the gainer in
mote ways than one.
Two fishermen were brought into
Justice Kibinsou's Court by constables
Meyers aud Shechan yesterday alteration,
in order to settle a lively dispute that bad
sprung up betwee.u them. They lived near
Island No. 1, and one aeri"-' " ' ul
i...- 0 - " tos gun. The one uad fol
lowed the oilier clear up here, but without
getting a glimpse of his gun, which he
claimed had been left by tho thief in Krn
tucky,aud which fact rendered the officers in
thisStalo powerless to do anything. Tlnty
were both about the toughest, greasie.-t
c uiple that ever struck this town.
15.11 Scott shot a negro in thu leg in
his ranch down town Friday night about
11 o'clock. The negro, Martin Hamilton
by mine, wou'.d not leave the house when
requested to do so by Scott, and therefore
Scott "fired'' him out, discharging the
pistol twice tit him. Fortunately only one
shot took effect, and that only in the llei-hy
part of the lower hall of the leg. Hamil
ton was given surgical attention by Dr.
Parker. Scott was arrested anil appeared for
examination before Justice Robinson yes
terday. Dtit no one who saw the occur
rence would file a complaint ngauist him,
ami the injured party was not at do to ap
pear, so the case was continued till to
A young negress named Eddie Oar
rett came here from Blandvills, Ky., about
two weeks ago and was engaged by Mrs.
Capt. McKinney to do houie
work. Friday afternoon Mr. McKinney let t
her home alone, and when she returned
Bhe found the house empty, excepting the
baby. The young nigress had flown, tak
ing with her a pair of slippers, a piece of
calico for a dress, a pair of hose, a gold
breast pin aud a collar. Tho polic were
notified and lateFridty night Ollicer Ma-
haiiny found the girl hidden away in
a house on Poplar Street, between hi"lit
eenth and Nineteenth Streets, with all the
stolen goods in her possession. The vie
timsoftho theft would not prosecute her
and she made her escape.
Death of Mrs. Wolfe.
Mrs. Dulcie M. Wolfe, widow of the late
Maj. Win, Wolfe, and youngest child of Mr.
O. A. and Mrs. C. E. Osborn, died Friday
evening, June 27th, at 5 o'clock, aged 22
years, oue month and 21 das.
The deceased wis bom at Ottawa, Ills
Her late husband waR one of the leading
busint'83 men of this city and highly esteem
ed. He was the partner ol Mr. C. O. Patier
in the New York Store. Mrs. Wolfe's
health has not been gocdsinc; the death of
her husband, which event jjreatly affected
The funeral will bo held to day (Sunday)
the procession leaving the house for the
Church of the Redeemer at 1 :.ni0 p. m
Services at the church at 2 p. m. The spec
ial funeral (rain will leave for Heech Grove
Cemetery from the cur icr of Fourteenth
Street ar d Ohio Levee at 2:30 p. in. Friends
of the family are invited to alteud.
THREE FEMALE FOOLS.
They Pluy a Practical Joke on u
Lady Frlond With Sorl
Jailing During Her Absonco, They Dress
Up a Dummy and Mako Her Bolievo
LTcr Husband ia Dead,
''tightened Into Spasms She Escapes
Death With the Loss of Her
Clevklanji, O., Juue'Stt. Mrs. Maggie
Hums was brought to death's door as the
result of a cruel practical joke perpetrat
ed by three of her feminine acquaintances
recently. A few weeks ago Mrs. Lunis
left town und left her husband and a little
iou at home. Iu her ubseuce three wo
men, Aggie Lump, Mrs. Cullahau and
Mrs. Pierce, called at the house for u
visit, aud not rinding her at home, tie
:ilcd to await her return. Tho husbuud
went to work, and being left alone, tlie
ihree women thought it would -bo
extremely funny to scare Mrs.
Burns. Tho chairs and Rabies were up
set aud everything put "topsy-turvy a
Jummy was made ancT clothed in a suit
of Burns' clothes and laid ou the floor,
the supposed head tied with a white
baudage, resting against the sewing tua
hi ne. Then they secreted themselves.
Mrs. Hums, who is of a nervous temper
iuieut, came home and was
itruck speechless with horror at
the soeuo. The poor woiuau
seeing the inanimate form immediately
Imagined her husbaud had committed
suicide. Tottering to the house of a
neighbor, he gasped out that her husband
was duad, and fainted away. A physician
was called, but she went from one spasm
lo ttuother. When she tlnnlly revived
sufficiently to talk It was found that her
reason had left her. For days she hov
ered between life aud death, and although
jhe is now considered out of danger, t!ie
shock has left Its impress upon her mind,
jud she may never fully recover.
Sil'lCIDE 15Y POISON.
A. Young Girl Mixes a Dose of Poison
for Her Stop-Mother and Tai- B
Scranton, 1'a., June 29, Ella Thomp
son, aged seventeen, committed suicide
at Tark Hill, outhe outskirtsof Scranton,
yestarday forenoon, by taking a grain
aud a half of strychulue. Her father
keeps a drug store, and Miss Thompson,
who appeared to be In high spirits, pre
pared the dose deliberately and then said
to the clerk: "Do you dare ine to take it?
Here goes oue, two three," and then she
swallowed it. The clerk, thinking she
was only lu fun, paid no further heed to
the matter. Two hours afterward 6he
t-aid, "Good-bye, I am going up stairs to
die," aud then tripped out of the room.
Her movements attracted the attention of
ht r stepmother and another woman.
When they entered the room h"' ' " ; "
the ,ri-i - - cooking at her
r-ie"p-inother, the sufferer sad: "I have
taken a dose of poison which 1 prepared
for you. Oct mc a drink of water." A
physician was promptly summoned and
administered antidotes, but Miss Thomp
son died at 4 p. m. In great agony.
foufags y i:va.
ST. TAIL AHKAl).
London, June 2$. American railway
securities, with the exception of St. I'aul,
opened weak, and at 1 p. in. showed a
decline of 1-1 to 1 1-4 per cent, as cone
pared with last evening's closing prices.
St. i'aul had advanced o-i per cent.
i.ow f.i.l'h voe.
London, June 2S. Minister Lowell's
physician, who was In attendance on him
ut noon to-day, said the patient is making
favorable progress toward recovery, and
had passed a fair night. There weru
numerous callers at the residence to-day,
and many anxious Inquiries iu regard to
his health have been made by telegraph.
UKDKKKD '10 ATI F.N 1 1.
London, June 28. Mnsurus Paha,
Turkish Ambassador to England, has re
ceived a dispatch from the Porte In
(tructing him to attend the Egyptian
SotntiAMi'ioN, June 28, The Gentle
men of Hampshire won the cricket match
to-day, beating Philadelphia by live
Drill. in, June 2s. Winstanlcy, Home
Kule candidate for the Mayoralty, has
itiblicly renounced Masonry, and it is
rumored that Archbishop MeCabe will
recall his pastoral letter forbidding Cath
olics from supporting him, as the latter,
by his withdrawal from Masonry, has
placed himself outside the baue ol the
Pope's allocution of Free Masonry.
Makskim-ES, Juno 28. An ambulance
i-ystem to hurry cholera patients to tho
hospital is being organized under the su
pt rintendeiicy of the renowned Dr. Mitt re,
who believes that tho malady Is really
the Asiatic cholera. Tho American Cou
I ul has been ordered by his Goverumcut
',o cable dai:y the progross of the dis
the 1'ii.D rirnu.
IUnovkr, June 23, Tho celebration
id the six hundredth suppositious an
niversary ol the day the "pied piper" led
130 children of Haiuelln luto the moun
tain side whence they never returned and
which was to have been observed In, that
town on Thursday, but was post.pnrwd
bn account of the lnclcuieut weather,
cauio off to-day. The weathor was
Hpleudid, and the town was crowded with
visitors from all parti of Germany. Thu
crowds assembled at the old house where
the piper is said to have liyrd. Hart tho
legend was read and th procession of
children formed and marched to the hill
on the opposite Bide ot the river In Imi
tation of tho fatal march of 100 years
ao. The U4T was given up to rejoicing,
aud this evening there w ill be a brilliant)
display of flrr-works
Si'itiNOKiia.D, Mss., J u no 2s. Firo
pltls morning In P. P. Kellogg's largo
iriek government envelope manufactory
,t the collier of I ) wight and Taylor
jtrccts, caused damage to about Jli',ooii,
Jus' ill ililo HomiciJt.
W.WKun, Tknn., June 2. William
Jiweiis shot Wilson Parkins dead last
light for munliig insinuations again-t
liwen--' wile. The Coroner's jury this
lioruiiii! gave a verdict of justifiable
badcidc. Seven Sbote and No Blood.
Vinlt.xnks, Ind., June County
freanirer Molllugsworth and City M tr
ibal Sachs llred seven shots at each other
tu the street at midnight. All mioed
heir mark. The affray grew out of aa
ilieed Intilil.iey bet iVeell lloliiuuswoi tri
aid Mrs. Sachs, over wkkh a suit for
tr.i'OO i pending.
Attack ?d by a Bloodhound.
MaI.DKV, Mass., June 2S. K. M. Jack
iou, of Mvdhud, was savagely attacked
y a i-doerlan bloodhouu !, belonging to
lity. K. Uoulcleif, this moriiini;. A des
erate :-trii::g'.e ensued, in which .lacks, m
lad an aim broken and was st-venly bit
eu. He finally succeeded lu .shotting t!u
Kg to death, aud ttnis escaped.
Arrest of Cook's AvHoniplico.
K.n.-s Cn v, M., June 1'!?. Thomas
Suit, a negro, wa arrest d here yen tor
lay charged with the murder of Mrs,
I'ook at Mattoon, 1 1 1 . :n his poekets
f.vre fouud papers and letters referring
the murder and telling him to keep out
f the way. ll-.irr says that when taken
to MiUtoou he cau prove his Innocence.
Vuaniniuiia for Piotrctior..
Namiviij.k, Tr.NN., Jane Tho .'! li
ner publishes this evening a summary of
liter iews with several hu.)dr.-d me
.h:iiu, carpenter and laborers ( this
rily u,iou the question of tariff. '1 ho
unanimous sentiment favors protection
I j la'ior and in:iuiif icturiug in u-tnes.
Oberly ar.d Citrter Harrison.
ISl.iM.MINV.loN, III., Juno J'. Oiierty'S
friends iu this e'.ty stout. v deiiv ta.it lei
will ll. row his strength to Carter llar.i
mju ior (luveruor. ither.y has evn-;; r
able following ia the Fourteenth lls;riet
and other sections of Central Liitivi-, but
General lilack, of Danville, is the eh dee
ot tiio Democrats t!;rou.lto;:t this ir
lion of the Stale.
Gruin nnA yrovin
hATL HIi.W. Jl'.Ni-: h-l.
fT. I.dl IS.
Cotton Steady ; n. 'M.inif. ' I , !!' .
I-'notin -Sie.nli ; AXJv i't eli.jiee. ....'.I I.."';
m.AT-t' a-ly; No. 2 Ue.l. 1 1.-; c , ;l.-r,;
No. 3 It'-1 w i li 'ie.
l.oiiN - Weaker: .No. 2 uiiv- t. , :;
Mil. vli t- un.xe 1. a'.' i ''
0 ts I iir -i : No. ii. ! iC.
Itvt. N .'(ii loti : No. ') 'ts.
'loil.uru-nrihl :u fr.n n i I to e'i',;c-.,
Ki 'VH' i.'W: lea'; e...iii:: ei r- I e af, -. i
lu.i: Medium m -'""i f ('-' '"ii ,
AV IV.nri.' 'J-iai lor itIt
t,,,.,.. ci,.e... ci.!Mf '' '" ' n:n ...)'i li
(lu'.',..u.Uiv, ( I't.oi nj for uruiif u (ilt
lltTThti I'lrni'T: trto.ee to t a, :, er.-.i:i;ery
l:'..'h5: ilmry. choice tu noi , . . - i ! 7 - -; in'
KoiS Steel... at Vh; fur Iri t.y fn.sli.
PurmKs-New lino t.t i ; ei r l.ar
M'l lor t tiniff Inline n row n nil I pi r
I'niiK ti I: staii'larl irn-"-;. f J'.'i:r I',
I. Alio Noiniii U, irnni; ctfurii. T'.'.l ,e.
HAi.it Ana-. Si -v-ic; M.orti, " .',;
Wool 'I'lilt-wnsheil, clioief, ;.: f.nr,
,; tlirev me) low y, i x (iiw.t4ti-l-
fo tit o mc'liiii.'i, L' i 1 ; t-; foil i ii . ci hji; r!ie .i.iiiii
I'.t.-flm: .i-if.-t. -i !t..,t fine : , il't.-: l" .'i I u.--enie,
ItMVe, li.-tivv l.f-fc-.Vr; ul.-n.'. -tj
leu .0, a'('."'le: i"iiii!ii:i, e,v,- r:i lis, l't M:.
II iiiK.s Vuti'i: lrv tint. Ii: Oariiajfl,
lie: ttiiiis or -la-'s. 1'ie; ry uii..,
l.Jo; ilry sitiU: I, liiiu,i.'it 1. Jtwr; k)t mil
air, 8 't'- t. c; tia n. i. -M. ii V- leu. irel
suim, 6c; 1r.e.i, u net lire. I, f-,u; ilami.-.l,
,SIKKI rUl.TS tfuily; trroen. Ttl.Sne; ilry
do, W '.TK;., us Ui iitnoonl an ) iiuaU'vuf wu tl;
irreea BljeurliUb'i, dry i. 1iIm:; In h:j
( IIH A lO.
Wiihat Lower; .lone, sr,
An .'ii -t. rte; .Sf'ttPoilt'i . s-
ic; July, f'i".ic;
l HUN Lower; June, o I e-; July. a'-'Ve:
Aiiltmi, iK.e.; St,iti!inlii.', iV!?e; Oetoiier,
iiAis St'iely; June, r.ii.j; July, :tii-.c;
Alien, t, :.Ttli,e; se.ir, ''.' u.
I'oiK .t' lely; June. r.l; July, tl!i.V)
Aut'iisl, f I'.l.Kl; Sei..inli .f, fi:,-,:,.
l.Ailo lliirle r: June. JT.'J". 3; July, ;
Au-'ust, JT.l'i; .'eiilemli r, s7.il').
miout Kins Juuf., s7 .Vi; July, ?7..rV); Au
gust, ii.'VI; Seiteiiiliei-, JV.Vi.i.
WllKAT Lower; No. 2 !el. Juiy, !i7'.'f;
Anir.iM, f l.nu'i; So, le u'.er, f l.nlU; iiVtoiii'.,
( ou Weuker; Junn, 5'i; July, :V.i!4(:;
AlUU-t. IU i4e; Setii'Miiicr, ir; ie. ''
IMIS l'lrm- l'; June. ;;i .e; July, Ik-; An
vil -t. Jlv'; M-iii-MiiiiiT.
l'ltovisn ins I'd k Dull; -.tot m.'s-i, fiij.;;.-,
t IH.T5. Liinl II -teller; den u, July, 7.'l.t.
Live Stock M'irknta.
I 'tut; u.o.
Hoc.S Iteeelpls fl.lKYl (im. I; ,ri. c -,0 (i0
llith T: lilflit, $L7'HV fni; roii.-ii piek
litu, l tKMii.t5; heavy prtemtijr nn uliippiii-',
(.'ArTLH KeejelptS, l.lJI) Ilea); dull iU,,
veak; expofti, Jtl.iH"AT'ij pool lo clioieu
fliilipuilf, WJHtt-Wr, co union to lair,
SilKKl' lloeeiptl :H! Ileal; ute.nlyj eo:n
itioil to fair, .'..V(ii.;!o.
(lATTLBt'tie'n .tereil lull in stenri. I, in)
to 1..VX) lt.s avennro, i't. of at I lit.,
Jf.'t. Ill; Illinois ste.., s. of I roiu 1 no I to l.luu Hm,
?ri.ikV(Ji.7,'i; poor t 1 uooil Ti'V.ins, l.nt 'il,.Vl;
i-I'iekers iiinl li;. il"rs rltill al ? l.iitiJl.tH.
Siikki' ami Lam ns I n"luiii!.'iil; Stil.-s unit 1
tot h iii e -lieepnt fl :f.V(,.7f,; 1 limn to jroo.i
slieup jsl."i".l.s,; miirliet elon"d wenk.
Hi nist Hull; ti itelierH' irruil (f5..Vl; k'o ul
to 1 holee Vorht-rs, J.i.li ftM.
k vnsas crrv.
Catti.k rtee. itits, M'": weak; .1 f.lec 'ow -r;
mil i yp steers, l. lii to ,.vm Ph. nvene.;i.. si. si
"',.ri .4-1; stoekers uiel fi o.lers; HM'H M; la r
10 irooil lllltive eo.lS. J ..'.'tti'jl.
JlOtiS UeoeipK 1(1,011); weak nil I si tw; ik
lower; lots of il.tU t 1 1M) llts. uveitis, f .7t)
f'.4,ii mtiinly, i t.ii.l, ().
fslli-KI' IteeelpH, lllil; noiniliiilly im.
Monoy and Stock Market.
Ni.w Vhiik. Juno ;s. Moii,.y 2 pi re.ont.: Ex
eti;i:i: c iuii., l.s' tn 4.si; liovcriiinenrs
1I11I.: leiri'ene.v li's, l-5t Itl'l; l's eoupons, sj
I I I; t''s. 1I0. Mii IikI. The sioek m irkul mum
o-v ri-li aiel 1 t'oul ir lliroi Klunit Mm uioru
liv, mil pilees ie Miiile 1 wile changes. In
tinea ly tralniir 'li list wus well supjmi t.i,
no I i1ui imt the Ilr-t ti-teen initiut. nn nil-
VII .CP of to "4 was , rl llli'inllt.'il. huttlil.
ttl niliy a it'itur, 1 h-eiiliit' il to tiro etlect
Iha'tho t'nlon I'a 'Irte 1 cmpariy Mould not
pay the JilnP inl. io l on iu tx'inU
pi.usp;l hunvy cnlllir of tills slork ntvl Uio
Wi aktr s roiisi'.pit.nily exieinliil to Mm whoK)
is'. Ily eleven ni 1 "k pl'leeti slimve.l II (Lj-
II. i0 Of '4 to 3-.. 'I'Iip lepoi'Mli ir I'Mon f'u.
eii! wool I ilein.ill. Ini-rest on bonds was
ittlerwiir.M fltftiie I ntiJ oil iiiilihciitlnii of V e
I Htu 'lutein. nit ' tii. li nmile 11 very f.ivoritliln
i'V',1 lit. sii nv u a In reti 1 11 the its tv of
s,t!i',r,.v, ihre 'mis 11 l.e ter fi t'llna 11111I 11 n
iiiIvhiiso of lo :.V I'nees n ru nmv uhmit
Hie lienl of tin' il l.
KxiimiiieoiirliU'irtt lock of Liht Wear Umlej-wwir lVom
the la-cent jrauze Umltrsliii-t to the iinest 8."i.00 JSalhrim.
Our sti ck ol Summer Hosiery is complete comprisinLislc
Thread, P.alhriau and Silk HnIf-IIoe.
S-T-K-A-W H-A-T-S g
in aluiidance. 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
Tho "I'ahi.v" ClolhicM-.
Commencing June i: and for this week only.
iMH prs Calico, 5c; worth 7 and V.
.)) ics liiniiliains. Hie ; worth 1- and l.V.
.Ml pes Victoria Lawns. 10, 1-J 1-2, i:, 17 1-2 and L'Oc.
Ml pc li:di:i 1 iii"iis, 12 1-2. K, 17 1-2 and 20c.
Ml pes Choked NaiusooU 10, 12 1-2. U 17 and "J.
25 jx's Fancy v.tn ns. 25c: -Aoiih :5c.
25 pes IVnutie ilks. faiu-v patterns "'.: voitli50c.
50 pes Miminci silks 5u, 55 and line: worth 75 ami UOc
100 Mtin CiraMtN. lined, at 82 00; worth $:!.0.
H'O Satin Parals line I and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Urorade 'atiu Parasols, vih lace, $1.00;
vuu th Si'r.oo.
Hands' nie line of Tiain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
MRGAIXS ior EVKKYIMIIiY this week, at
J. BUHG KIVS,
.M. i. li.WIDSii.V
ST0' liS, JIANGKS, -:- TIN,
Jnpaimcrl licrlin tunl A$at; AVare,
IJiid Caes, n.ith Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
A?cnt lor Atltims & Wi.tl.ike Oil. fiiu-filino and (in -tuvi', Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel plows, Cliill"l Plows Walkinir CultivdtMs,
(in ii Slicllers, Miinters, He., Ktc
Nos. 27 & 33,
OFFICE: Koom No.
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livcrpo. 1 aiiil I...inloa iinil (Unlic,
(icniiui.'ia 1-iie Ins. Co.,
spriniriii'ld F. it M. I ns. Co,
Iliiwanl Ins. Co.,
Karmcr's tire Ins. Co ,
Ni;t5,'iii ii Ins. Co.,
DIXON SPRINGS SlllER RESORT
OPEN JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1.
TERMS: 88.00 per week. Special Hates to
"Families on A.)plieation.
ANALYSIS OF ONE
Carb ut' Iron 123.0
Cliloriili! of Irtm tniri
Suliiliiite of Iron tran
Cliloriili! of So.lium ... Ot (i
tilpli!ileof Aliiniiim. . 00
Sulphate Alumina. .. . -1?.0 iSiiliilinliiof Maimi-siu. . 11.
SulpliHie Limy (10. 0 Cliloriile of
Sulpliutu Miiiusiii... . :I2.0 Cliloriili! of
E. A. BURNETT,
""toevciai Job Printer,
is preiKircd to do Job Printing of every description from a
Dodder to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE :-No. 78 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
ine great event or nistory ln single volumo 1
rAMUUD and DECISIVE DA I
j rlH tl van fr full amutlptiu. mil Ictuu.
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HEPji i;s ex tk i :
New York Underwriter's Ajjeiiey,
(irriiiiiii-Uiieiiciiii Ins Co.,
City of Lt iitloii,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern .Mutual Life Ins. Co.
GALLON OF WATER.
SPH1XQXO. y.iSIMtlNQNO. a.
nil k rva
2') i i
Sulplintu of Imn 43.U Silicnte? 12.3
Cm Inmate of Iron ... 2.V1 (Ixi.le nf ir.m io'i
n.r, '(ixi.le of Ainmii.nm" ' n.i r.
Sulphlmte tif Miiunesiii 17.8
Carlionit: Aciil (ins.. . . 17.8
SdiHuiii... . tf-l.l
Calcium.. IS 4
Sulpli. Ilyilrn. Ga.s 10.5
J. i:. LK.MKN, Iossoo,
Alleu Siniiiffs, Pojie Co., Ills
I PA At Tllff llfAltl 1 '
AddreM J. O. MCIKUV A CO., lilenco. lilt. ,