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THE DAILY 0A1RO BULLETIN! SUNDAY MOKNUTO, JULY 20, 1881,
CRIME IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
Half a Week's Rocord of Murders
and Other Crimes In the
As Usual, Woman Enters Largely Into
the Record as Precedents to the
Commission of Evil Deeds.
White Gill's Ebon Offspring and
What was Done to the
" Charleston, S. C, July 19. The mur
derers aud rufllans have been active iu
South Carolina during the past week.
Jno. Getaers, a colored sailor, was mur
dered here Thursday ulght on board a
eloop. He was struck ou the head with
an axe and thrown into the river. Threo
negroes have been arrested, but no posi
tive evidence has been obtained against
In Newbury County Benson Ceok was
fatally stabbud by Frederick Gallman for
undue intimacy with Mrs. Gallman.
In Bnford County David McNeil was
5trnck on the head with a pole by Isaac
Doctor in a quarrel over cards, and will
Id Colleton County Phil Singleton fat
ally shot his wife. Ho claimed that lie
was trying to frighten stock out of a
field; but he and his wife had had fre
lu Newberry County a youug white
girl gave birth to a black child recently.
She belongs to a good family. Jim Kiu
ard wa accused of the child's paternity.
A few days ago he was captured by a
party of whites who gave him '0O lashes
ami warned him to go to Mississippi.
Moses Williams, a potorious negro
thief, was shot dead by a Sheriff's ponse
in Sumter Comity the other day, but not
until 1 had killed Henry Dunlap, one of
the posse. Wilson's wife was mortally
wouuded while assisting her husband to
No Women Need Apply.
WiSDiyGTOS, D. C, July 19,-Tho
several departments are busy making pro
motions and appointments in accordance
with the provisions of the legislative bill.
Yesterday one hundred promotions wero
made in the Patent Office and as many
more in the Laud Office. Next week a
number of appointments will be made In
the Patent Oitice, which will give that
office, Commissioner Butterworth says,
sullicitnt forco to keep up the work
of the otlice, which is now several
To accommodate this additional forco
the rooms occupied by the Indian Bureau
will be placed at the disposal of the
l'atunt Ollice, and the Indian Bureau will
be removed to the bnildiug recently oc
cupied by the Census Ollice.
OuJuly a civil-service examination
will he held for first assistant examiners
in the Patent Ollice. All appointments
provided for by Congress are made after
examination by civil-service boards.
The President to Issue an Executive
Wasihxciox, J). C, July 19. The
President will fcsuo an order directing rep
resentatives of this Government at home
and abroad, to observe, greater precau
tions against the cholera. Consuls will be
asked to take more care in the inspection
of vessels departing from foreign ports,
aud customs ollicers will be directed to
exercise greater quarantine precautions.
HtVL-nue marine cutters have been di
rected to patrol the cost for quarantining
purposes and additional safeguards will
be observed on the Mexican aud Canadi
To Prevent the Introduction of Cholera.
Washington, 1). C, July 19. The
Cabinet meeting yesterday afternoon was
attended by Secretaries l-'rellnghuysen,
Folger, Teller and Postmaster-General
Gresham. The subject of preventing the
introduction of cholera into the Uuited
Suites was discussed. The precaution
ary steps already taken were approved,
and others looking to an extension of pre
cautionary measures were also consid
ered. Although the action determined
upon can not be ascertained in detail, it
is understood that it w as decided to adopt
additional safeguards In instructions to
Consuls, quarantine arrangements, fumi
gation ol mails, etc.
New Yoijk, July l'j. It is reported
that round trip tickets from Cleveland to
New York, by the Lake Shore, New
York Central aud Nickel Plate are sell
ing for fcj.oo.
Mrs. William i. Viby was mysteriously
murdered in Howard County, 111.
A counterfeit &10 IreanMry note lias
ueen turnea out upon tiic country.
ITarmon Spiltance & Co., one of thu
oldest firms in Chicago, have suspended
There are rumors of apprehended
trouble between the cowboys of Colorado
and the L tea.
F. Louis Soldan, of St. Louis, has been
chosen President of the National leach
Miss Long, a performer, fell from
trapexe aud was seriously Injured af
Ex-Senator Chaffee testified as to his
loans to Urant & Ward in the hearing be
lore ltelerte Cole.
A fire has agaiu devastated Cedar
BprlDfts, Mich. Three meu aud a boy
Were burned to death.
A company has been formed at Pitts
burgti lor the purpose of building and
oper&tUfr, a crematory.
Alleged cholera in New York tenements
prove upon investigation to b but chit
Henry Bloom, Baltimore Ohio exurcin
messenger at Pittsburgh, has been up
rested for the theft of $ 10,0m
Ah auxiliary WU in the matter of tn.i
Wabash receivership Lia been Bled ut
Jtfljfoo CKy ty llnry T. Kent.
TbfC&tborlc societies of Pbiladelphin
have tt&de olAoorate prermraiioug fur th-j
receptlOB of ArehWifap P. ,J. liyu.
A hind cave buriad weu raeit in a well
at ftaXgt, N. C. Tm-ea were rojvcih-j
and tlwy n f d digtof for tiie others.
CflMder rleiher of the r um liank yg
the baak m ver Jfclly organic,
and btDtm 8i at dirmwn dMr OTr
Toii.o.n, July ly. There was a marked
increase in the number of deaths from
cholera last night, thirty-three being
ollicially reported during the night. The
heat Is still overpowering aud the panic
is increasing. The urscual has closed,
the workmen having lied the city.
Maiiskiu.ks, Ju'y ID -Thirty deaths
from cholera occurred hero last night.
The epidemic is Increasing ow ing to the
heat. The panic coutiunes and the
people are leaving the city in large num
bers. Several hundred Mmuititi are Idle
and strolling about, huviug been dis
missed from the returning steamers,
which are laid up.
MIOT DKAD 11 Y MOONLIGI1 TliKS.
Dniux, July l'.i. A farm near Tralee
from which a man named Trauts had
been evicted, was visited last night by
"moonlighters," who shot one Caretillcr
Loxr.ov, July lit. Louis Augustus
Anuclhareler, merchant of No. 1 Fiji
Court, K. C, has failed. Liabilities 54,-000.
A DIABOLICAL I'LOT.
Friends of Escaped Burglars Under
mine a Jail With Dynamite.
Knoxvii.lk, Tknn., July 19. Win.
Lindsey, one of live prisoners who es
caped from jail several weeks ago, woe
captured near Jacksboro yesterday, and
wheu 1rought here he begged not to be
confined lu jail, stating that friends ctf
(he safe burglars, who escaped with
iiini, had placed dvnanilte uuder the
winding a few days before the escape
He pointed out the place to the ofllcers
kud they found a fuse, and what Is surv
'OSt?d to be dynamite cartridges. The
tartridges were in crevices of tlie etoue
Work several inches from the surface
of the wall, and the authorities are afraid
lo proceed with further investigations.
Shrouded in Mystery.
l'lTTSiii itGii, P.v., July 19. Early tins
morning the citizens of the Twenty
Second Ward were aroused by an ex
cited cry of alarm from a man who
was unable to speak Kuglish, but who
endeavored by gesticulation to give his
listeners to understand that a crime had
been committed. A crowd collected and
followed the excited individual to a
dump of trees, w hen the dead body of
a well-dressed, middle-aged man, was
found suspended by the neck from a
limb of a tree. The Coroner was notitled
und held ail inquest. Nothing was ascer
tained regarding the deceased, his name,
or where he was from. The case is
ihrouded in mystery.
Grain and Provisions.
SATUtDAY. J CIA' W, 1SSI.
ST. 1.0 LIS.
Cotton Steady; tn'ddlini:. HiHllSe.
l'l.oi'ii Hlt'iiily: XXX tu c&uieo, fl.lu3-4.40;
puteiits, t j.'ctKUi'i.ij
w iibAT i-ower; io. - noil, Nia'c lur
new; No. J lu-a, new, Ti'V'Wi vso.
C'kiin Meitdy: No. 2un.veu, i.'iai" ..c; No.
2 white niixi'd. 5.V.
Oath II iirher: No. 2. '!" tc.
liYK Nnuiiiml; No. &6-3.j7o.
Tobacco Kirm: nit's; common to choice
f.?jlu.uu; leaf; common red leaf, tMJ)
JU.'u: medium to kooiI fl-."i'il7. 50.
Hav Pruinn $7.Wi 41:.'. IK) lor jirlmo to fancy
new: clover mixed. fxuu lor common u
prime: tnnotliv, tlU.(Xitls,oo tor prime to "trilt
ItfTTEii Firmer: ciiolceto Iimev c rrnmery
17fn;: tlnirv. elioiee to lancy. Jlfoltje; low
tfoos MiV. at io.i iw'io tor Birictiy iresn.
1'oTATOKh Kirm m ii7,;ft-'''0c per litisliel.
I'ohk Kuii ly iictivc: new int-ss, l"..',iHu,lii 00.
Laud Nominal; prime steam, ti V".o.
llAaiN l.nui?. s.'iic; fclmits, ti'bc;
cw-tir ribs, KiiiiK;.
Wool, Tun-washed, choiro, 2!ie: fair,
27'5'c; llnify and low 24 "."7. t'liwashi'd
Ctioice medium, fcO'K'". (food iivenim; medium
IMo'JUe: selected liiriit lino ITtitl'.V; .'oo l uv
craife, ItVinc; heavy PJlie; coiuUrtiir. !4
DioihI, SUW.'ic: coiiibinir, low unties. lVtlu.
Hides Uuiet; dry Hint, liic: ilamiurcl,
l:ic: nulls or pta-rs, 10c; dry sailed.
l:.'e; dry salted, (1ummi."1, 10c: kip and
calf, Baited, Sl',c; oaitmircd, 0'4c; tjiitiS and
muijs, green, uneuied, 7'2e; Unniuged,
tiHEi'.p 1'ei.ts Weak: ereon, 'O.snp; dry
o. W (.70c, as to uinount and quiiiltyol' wool;
irrocn Rhcai-linM, lie; tlry do, lixilju; laiuu
Wueat l.owco; No. S Ked, Aii(rut. tif-c;
Scutcmlicr, Wic; Octohcr, (l.U.j.'t; ovclM
( Oils stcaov. Jiny, ti-"yr,e; AtnriHi,
KHic; reptcinlier, 04e; Octohcr, l'i'(illJio.
otk nteuuy; juiy, .tn'te; .-tuguM, ih.c;
Scplcmher, yii-e; Otiolier, u4 V.
WiiKAT Weaker; July,
smc: bepteinber, sa?4c
October, Hti'ic; No-
( ohm uglier; July, M'Se; Aiiirust,
Si-pteniher, fwc; October, M'ac; year,
"tovrs Lower: July. !(nc; Auirust. 'M'.ic;
N'ptenioer, ae; yuav, -o'be.
rouK Nominal ; AttiruM,
l.AUii Lower; July, -7.1:."i; Auuust, f7.17'4;
Septcmi,er, f ,:.; oetoher. 7.i:."i
miokt itni- July, 7.7.;'i; August, f T.7;-4 ;
Live Stock Markuts.
Hocs-llcccipt. K.iioo: niat'ket active and
pnees nitii ; lljiht, fii.00ivi.7H; roiij-'li p'iek
lie.-, j.ri(:ii,.'M; heavy packiiiif and t-lup
v , 1 1 1 ,k i iCce ' pi s. i.iim; Wow; eporl
t'1.4 K'Jl.so; itihhI to (dioiee, t:.W(iA: com'
n oil to fair, l.ic.t.",.s.); t-own, fj.H; Tcxans,
MiKt.i' Heeclnts, ::i: s'riuiir; conuuon to
ia.r, $::.'MiH; cicico, tYu,.M
Cmi.K- Steady; Indianii Kleers J'rotn
1.4K) to I.Sml p'iiind-1, ?n.;.ii'i7.mi; from l,-;od
to I,:io pounds, yti.'iwi iu; H orn '.) to 1,0 hi itn
u vim aifi a! S.",. I'Uy.ii.nr,; fair to uooil mil n c nui'i
t'.i .i-tl.'.Hi; stoekcrs and ieidci-8 very wcaii at
Siikki" and I.AMiis rnclinii(fed: inediiim lo
co Ml Hiieei, ol l coin ni to nil ins. avcrare
I I.IO'.J.'i.jo; Infi'i inr to lair hheep from 7o to
-o Ihs. nvcriiK ;:.'..i0.l' l.w; Kood to choice
HooH Viiiet hot Bt Kill ; cood to ( lloi
Yorkers, kTt.Ut&t.'A', poor to medium, .ViV
"i.i i: butchers' (rrml -s, j,;;,; c iioic
Ji.li'i.W; 1 ears unsold.
Citti.k I'.oco.'pM, 1,(); weak and slow; 10c
lower lor irrawi'K; native steen) of l.ii o to
l.'AJU pounds Hverace, j.f,V".la; do, Hon to
I. I'M punds uvcrinre, 4.HHti3. Ml; cmvri,
.Vim; e-ra'-s Texan st'cra, f I..VU4-li;
iiWf. j,r.' t.io.
Huns Kecieptx. 7,000: lijflit opened Ktronver
mid eliiM-d sieudv; lols of 2J6 to IPs.
uM-nu-e. fi.ovii...:!': nminlv, fj.awtR.ai.
mi .hi- iteceiptsiiXi; Btcady; natives, fair to
Money and Stock market.
NkwYohk. July lli.-Money S per cent.;
ColiiiiiKe U, , 4HfH; (!ocrnilients
Win: currency, , u 4'K
ad; s, do ll:! a. The market tills
ur o,;,,,t'IM.''llv,,,',' ll"d !"' wore hid
e-fviin r clock, however, the market l..M.n
tt'Ml ol''ly leatr.., but the uUi
v en Iny.h.n n!!V.rn'!i'i,t.iicd. 1
in ( i
A ciiloicil woman named Hix died on
22nd streef, Friday.
Valentine HeRcli is preparing to open
t lie Southern Hotel on Ohio levee.
Wantkd-IO pounds of clean, white,
colton rags at The Bum.ktin Office, tf
Mr. E. A. Butler returned yesterday
from New York, where ho 1ms been fur sev
eral weeks for business and for pleasure.
Notice -Tast duo accounts will be
thankfully received by Wm. M. Davidson.
Mr. Vf. W. Wright is in the city for a
day or two. lie is "on the road" now for
Schweppo & Sciulder, a large grocery firm
of St. Louis.
Rev. Jno. P. Eden proposes to preach
a sermon at the Baptist Church to-night
especially to young men and lie cordially
invites them all to attend.
Mrs. George Parsons is taking a course
of study at Chautauqua, New York. She
has been away several weeks anil will re
main several more.
The family of Mr. I. N. Coffee have re
turned and have taken up their residence in
the house- formerly occupied by Mr. C. N.
Hughes, corner Eighth aud Walnut.
A Bcpublican who is in jail in Ohio
wauts to be pardoned out because he has
"honest impulses." An Ohio man will put
up any plea to get back to Washington.
Si. Campbell, a "bad Missouri nigger."
was lined .5 and costs by Magistrate Com
ings yesterday, for coming over here for the
expesi purpose of finding and whipping his
wife, or, rather, for carrying out that pur
pose. Deputy Sheriff Myers yesterday arrest
ed several negro women of bad repute, who
were displaying themselves too much on
the streets. He judges very rightly that
black women of this sort should have no
more privileges than the whites arc allowed.
I beleive in open and sturdy partisan
ship, which secures the legitimate advanta
ges of party supremacy; but parties were
made for the people, and I am unwilling,
knowingly to give my assent to measures
purely partisan, which will sacrifice or en
danger their interests." G rover Cleveland.
The Republican press continues to harp
on Blaine's "intense Americanism" and the
consequent love of the Irish for him. Blaine's
"intense Americanism" probably began
when he joined the know-nothing party,aud
with the cry of "America for Americans,"
wanted to drive all the Irish out of the coun
try. The widow of E. E. Jarboe who was a
member of the Abe Lincoln Mutual Life
and Accident Society, has received the full
amount of his certificate, and the bene
ficiaries of others have also been paid in
full. The change of the system ol tlie oui
W. & O. M. A. Society by consolidating
the various classes into one; proves much
more satisfactory to all parties than the old
A man named Seaver, who had been
at work for Mr. Athertou at Goose Island
come to town Friday and got drunk; and
while in this state he "fell in" with a fellow
named Jim McMullen, who was hungry and
thirsty and without a cent. The two lun
ched and drank togatlier for some time, and
then M. McMullen deliberatly robbed MrJ
Seaver of his pocket book containing f 40.
The thief was arrested by Deputy Sheriff
Myers and Constable Martin yesterday and
bound over in Magistrate Comings court.
-Mr. D. W. Lusk, of Springfield, for
many years i lewspapcrman for Southern
Illinois, the author of Politics and Politici
ans of Illinois, was in the city yesterday
and called upon Tin-; Bulletin. His book
is very popular and is meeting with rapid
sale. It is nonpartisan and thus reflects
truly the history of the limes of which he
has written. Tlie chapter relating to the
campaign between Douglas and Lincoln in
185.J is of an interest as outliving the posi
tions of political parties upon that a quar
ter of a century ago.
Tue latest reports to the Illinois De
partment of Agriculture give a moro hope
ful outlook for winter wheat than the pre
vious report. Winter wheat has generally
been harvested, and the probable yield can
at this date be very nearly approximated
There- will bo nearly an average .yield of
wheat per acre in the Northern division
over three fourths of an average yield per
acre in the Central counties aud nearly
three fourths of an average yield per acre in
the Southern division. There- has been
slight change for the better in the condi
tion ol wheat in the Central counties, and
the July returns show that there will bo
per cent larger yield per acre than predic
ted in the June report. The area of winter
wheat in the Northern counties is quite lim
tied, and over one-half of the wheat crop of
the State is genervlly produced in the
Southern division of the State.
Gomo days ago tlire appeared in this
paper a communication from "a citizen of
Columbus," in which some unpleasant re
flections were cast upon the Methodist de
nomination in Columbus. Since then wc
have learned that the asseverations mado in
the communication were, in the main, un
true. The Methodists of Columbus natural
ly feel tho injustico deeply and have aright
to be vindicated, and wo cheerfully do this,
bo far as it is in our power. So far from
exercising tlie power conferred in a muni
cipal election, for tho purpose of pcrsecut-
iug other denominations, as was charged In
the communication, they have not even the
authority, for only the Mayor and one
member of tlio board, aro Methodists. Gen
erally, Methodists are of the least exclusive
of the several leading religious denomina
tions; they Bre aggressive, but tollerant;
earnest and firm in the faith, but ready al
ways to atfeliatc with bretheran of the dif
ferent denominations of the church in any
enterprise that may tend to christianize tlie
world. Wo take pleasure in contradicting
our correspondent's slurs upon the church
We fl".d ourselves to-day within a few
miles of Lake Itaska, the reputed head of
the Mississippi River, and, judging by tlie
temperature as compared with Cairo, not
more than a day's journey from tho North
Pole, we made a mistake iu bringing and
wearing summer clothes; what we have
needed so far is overcoats and flannel un
der clothing, but "this is the weather that
makes thu wheat," they say, here, aud we
are glad to be told also that "it is not al
ways as cold a3 this all summer and is
likely to turn warm any tune." The air is
clear and very bracing nobody seems to
take cold. It must bu all right, ifjit is u
It is nearly a week since we left Cairo,
and we aro now over a thousand miles from
home; distance is nothing iu these days
of rush and hteam. Our trip has been by
easy stages and very pleasant. From Cairo,
by the Iron Mountain and St. Louis, (the
best route.) One day t-pent in Tower
Grove and Forest Parks ol this city ; then
by the Wabash and Facitic, a pleasant but
dusty ride, in reclining chair car, though a
fine farming but monotonous stretch of
country to Chicago, arriving there just iu
tiuie for the breaking up of the convention
that named our next President. So fur as
can be seen the nomination has given gen
eral satisfaction. The Democrats are pleas
ed; tlie independent Republicans are satis
fied and the "dyed-in-the-wool'' are many
of them, jubilant, still cherUlnug delusion
that Cleveland is an ea.-y man to beat. We
OS E DAY IS CHICAGO,
mort ( t it in Lincoln Park, but expect to
do better on the return trip. Did not have
time to call upon any of Cairo's old citizens;
met Tom Morgan on the street and took a
round on the Boulivard with him late in
the afternoon. We are in perfect accord
with the opinion of Julge Comings, who,
when here, walked on the street looking
through and over and under his spectacles,
(so says the gentleman who was with himj
and gave au emphatic decision that "for
big-footed, homely women Chicago could
give odds to all creation an i beat two to
one; that one could go into an ordinary
Cairo audience and find more pretty girls
than in all of Chicago," and we are with
Mr. F. A. Miller, formerly of Cairo, is
located in Chicago, at the head of the pas
senger department of tlie Chicago, Milwau
kee and St. Paul Railway, with office on
Clark Street opposite the Sherman House.
Mr. Miller ha a fine position, with the
satisfaction of knowing that it is one that
he earned by close attention to duties that
have given him a thorough knowledge of
railroad business. We are indebted to him
for many courtesieB that added to the pleas
ures of our trip. We enjoyed the sleep
of tho just from Chicago to LaCross and
spent our Suuday on the train "rushing
madly" (that's a good word) up the west
bank of tho Mississippi to St. Paul and
Minneapolis. Tho scenery along the line
of the railroad. -the CM. it St. P. is im
mense. Our readers must imagine it.
Many attempts have been made to describe
it, all of them ragged and unfinished, as it
were, with frayed edges and loose thread.
Tho pen must be inspired to do it on steel
and this is a long ways from an inspired
pencil. We Baw very little of St. Paul, but
spent Sunday afternoon on
THE STREETS OK MIS.NE.U'OI.IS,
a phenomenal city; a miniature Chicago;
full of business activity. Its streets are
broad and clean; some lined with five, six
aud seven story business houses, and otherB
with palatial dwellings, architectural gems,
surounded with large grounds and graBsy
lawns but no fences, an evidence that
stock of all kinds, including cows, are not
permitted to run at large. The country
for fifty miles out from Minneapolis on the
lino of the Northern Pacific ranks among
the finest in the West. Farms aro large,
soil, productive, and farmers wealthy. We
passed Foit Ripley Sunday evening, but
the Indiuns arc gone, and with the soldiers
leaving tho fort standing neglected and
silent. There- are a good many of the
Chipewa tribe, civilized, settled around
Brainerd, have become good citizens and
some of them well-to-do-farmers, but the
savago Sioux and their 'devilment have
Wadena, the county Beat of Wadena
County, is a new but thriving villago of
over a thousand inhabitants, with half a
dozen churches, its quota of saloons, a
sfihool-houso eoual to tho Cairo IIi"h
School; many fino dwellings, etc. Ten
year ago tho place was a wild, unsettled
prairie. The laud is thin iu its immcdiato
vicinity, while north of it a few miles tho
country ia mostly a tamarak swamp, but
to tho south is magnificent farms, adapted
to grazing, and wheat which is tho princi-
Ihs Sreai Mark Down SuMer Clearins Sals !
Popular Reliable Cash
D3iY GOODS HOTTSIS.
Ptill continues and imrclmsers who desire to make their
dollars go the farthest, can now secure the Greatest bargains
which have ever been heard of in this market.
Anothcr new lot of Lawns, 4, 5, 7 and 10c.
Linen Lawns, 12..,', lo and 20c.
White India Linen, s, 10, lo mid 20.;.
White Check Nainsook, 3, 10, 122' and loc.
Lace Buntings, 12 and 15c; worth
Nun's Veilings and Buntings, all wool, 13
We are determined that Summer Hoods must go. and all
odds and ends must be cleansed out in order to keep our
stock fresh and clean and to make room for a rushing Fall
Imsness. Out of town people are especially invited to call
or write us for samples.
CIIAS. If." STUART,
H Sth SU'oot.
SUMMER CjN DEI v WEAR!
Examine our large 4ock of Light Wear I'liderwear from
the 15-cent gaue rndershirt to the finest 85.00 Ilalhriggan.
Our stock ot Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Liide
Thread, l.alhriggan and Silk Half-JIose.
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
G. T. WI1ITLOCK,
(SiKWiiois to Oold-tiuc A- Rosen water.)
iV large, and complete stock of dents' Famishing Goods,
Hats. Caps, &c, Ac.
CUNNINGHAM & Y0CUM,
OFFK E: lloom No.
7JJ OH I.O LKV iK,
Liverpool ami I.Midon and Globe,
Geiiiiiii'ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Spriujriii-Id F. & M. Ins. Co .
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fir' I Co ,
Niagara. Ins. Co.,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned ISerlin and .Agate Ware,
IUid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers it Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & West lake Oil. Gasoline, and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled 1'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Coin Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
l0h. 61 l OO, CAIEO. III.
TKLKPItONK NO. f-'O.
pal crop, the Benson being too short for
corn. F'arnicrs can only work four or fivo
mouths, tho bulnnco of the season is cold
weather, with enow three to six feet deep.
Tlie wheat is heading out and harvest will
commence nbout the 1st of August. The
best timber is north toward Luke Ita.ska,
and for domestic use tho people depend on
wood brought in by the farmers; scrub onk
and tamarak, at two dollars per cord, both
poor substitutes for our hickory and beech ;
the oak being at (til times "soggy," while
green tamarak refuses to burn and dry
makes only a flashy firo and burns too
To-morrow we will accompany Miss
Nettio Sliufllebargcr and Mr. L. W. Burn
ett on a two-day's fishing excursion to Lake
Clithero, forty miles away on tho Black
Hills route, where we liavo been tendered
the use of boat-house, boats, tackle, etc.,
by t)jctor Nyo and his amiable wife, of
Clethero, where wo anticipate doing won
ders in the piscatorial line, as it is nothing
unusual for a lady to go out on 'the lako
nud "catch her weight in black bass." One
Summer Silks, reduced fn,m 50 and 00c
SeuMikcrs, H and 10c; worth 12 to 15c.
Ueinnanfs of Dress Goods at half price.
A jobber's line of samples of Hosiery,
Gloves, IMkfs., Shawl.", Parasols and
Fans, at 40 to 50 per cent, less than
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gentleman yesterday caught sixty-nine
black bass, and a lady caught sixty-one
pounds of bass, pike and pickerel. What
wc will do is still among the uncertain
denda to be told another time.
Wadena, Minn., July 15.
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