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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, 12, 1878,
' JollNII. OIJERLY, Editor and Publisher
TERMS OFTIIK DAilA 15ULI.ETIN :
One week, by carrier 9 25
Ono year toy carrior, Inadvaucc 10 00
One year by carrier If not pild in
itTMee l! 00
Vne month, by mall 1 00
J'hrae iontln,, ,u.-, S 00
Six month. 6 20
One.yir.ww.'.w.f..w 10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John n. Obtriy has reduced the subscrlp
lion price of the Wkeklt Cairo Bcllktin
to Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapeit paper published tn Southern IlUnoI j
PaesiDKNT Tnicns It tick and sovonty
The farmera in the legislature nro nnx
Sous to bo homo.
Frksidxnt Grant has given ono hun
dred dollara totho Oreolcy inonumont.
Hoi:. John Jilllon oloctcd from tho
Thlrty-iovonth district to fill ths vacant
teat of tho lion. N. Dushnoll, took his
scat in tho homo on Saturday last.
A special to tho Chicago Timet' from
Springfield tnyi tho farmers' club in tho
general assembly nro nt work on tho sub
ject of rallrondi. "Tho attorney general
'hits proposed a bill which sots forth that
' If any railroad charges n different into
per mllo for carrying a given class Of
'freight over different parts of its lino at
1 nt tho laao tlmo, this fact shnll bo taken
at prima facia ovIJenco of an unjust dig.
crimination. This bill is to bo offered in
'both houses at thosnmo llmn,i.nd tho
' farmers' commlttco is to havo-a specially
'watchful cato of It."
In tho Illinois houto of representatives
on last Thursday, tho following wm adop
ted as a part of tho propotod now jury
law, and tho bill was ordored to a third
-.mua furtbor, That in tho trial of
any, criminal causo luo met that n person
called ns Juror has formed on opinion
kited on a rumor, nr newspaper statement
of tho truth of which ho bus expressed no
opinion, shall not disqualify him from
serving as a juror In such cause, if ho
shall on oatb.tuto that ho boliovos he can
fairly and impartially render u verdict
therein, in accordance with the law and
tho evidence, nnd tho court shall bo satis
fied of tho truth of tho statement.
The senso of this provision will ho ap
proved by tho onlighloned of tho public,
which has long considered that part of tho
jury law which this clause proposes to rem
edy, as ono of tho relics of tho past which
should bo abolished.
The first number of tho daily 'Graphic,'
published in Now York city, has mado IU
appearance. Tho 'Graphic' is ono of tho
wonders of tho ago, ono, however, which
will lm moro than a nino days' wonder,
Success was assured to tho 'Graphic' bo-
foro its onpearnnco into tho world of
journalism, its publisher having started
with abundant capitol, a fund of enthusi
asm, and having in tboir control
an invention which cnabios
them to prcsont, in tho
tamo issuo with tho narratives of tho in
teresting or important cvonts of tho times,
their lithographic representations, And
tho readers of tho metropolis haro a daily
paper which gives thom not only tho his
tory of the times in words but in pictures.
Tho process by which this is dono, is a se
cret with the 'Graphic' publishers, n fact
which will only mako tho paper In greater
demand. The journal Is not a parly nows
paper, but starts out as an Independent.
Tiik "saiui of South llend'' arrived at
homo on Saturday last. An "Impromptu"
reception, tho details ofwhloh wero ar
ranged In "Washington City somodAys ho
foro, was given the retiring statesmen, in
which a band, flag, etc., played tho usual
part. A speech, read by tho mayor of
South Bend, assured tho distinguished
Credit Mohiliorlto that tho confidence of
tho pcopo of his town was unimpaired,
that they still regard Mm as a model
statesman nnd ttill bellcvo him
worthy to be tho recipient of
tho highest honors tho republic hat to be
stow on its worthiest citizens. Tho ox
vice president' roply to tho .mayor's
speech, was a labored effort of an hour nnd
a half, In which ho gave tho publio noth
ing now as to Ul connection with Credit
Mobilier or tho NesMtt checks. And to
Colfax retires iuU private life, neither
better nor worse for his last explanation
.at South Bend. The story of his exit
from publio Ufo may well point n morul
little though it would ill adorn a tale.
ii i m m
The widow of l'uiimtn, tho victim of
Potter, wiote tho following petition to
To tho Governor of the Stato of New York
1 with toaudrest you on u tulject which,
at you can won unaerstand, is in every ru
spoct must piinful to me. 1 refer to tho
cato of Win. Foster, convicted of the mur
der of my husband, Avery Ii. Putnam.
Tho lntenso suffering which I havo en
dured in my own bus, and in teeing my
child left fatherless, hat mudo mo deeply
sympathize with the widowed and tho
fatberles,ond so I plead for hit life for thn
sako of, kit Innocent .- ,ua children,
who rd involved, with too Bnd
nine. In never-dying sorrow, it
would In no way ameliorate ray sorrow to
know that tlio lw tuken 111 ' life;
thus, perhaps, rolling his family and
- friends of the hope that by lengthened
' rears that husband and father may, by re
.tnea of bit tins, become worthy of thn
maray V''lCB Infinite love extends to all.
BOf ttrtumQ VO put lumom uijr mi
gard thoso Innocent ones. For mytolf and
my family it could only reopon our
wounds, and add mnotbar horror to tho
past, to hare to resect that this man hat
died, nnd that another wife It wldowod and
othor children loft fatherless, betides bolng ,
disgraced I bollovo that many portont
for wnoso opinions I havo ureal respect
think that tho punishment should bo re
ducod to imprisonment for life, nnd to
their petition I would earnestly add my
Ellen L. Futnam..
Frovidzxcb, February, 1873.
THE WASHINGTON TIT-BITS..
St. Louis Republican TelogTam.1
THE TRXaiDENT AND TUB SALARY QUES
T1TI.lt. It.- ......It... ..,1 In.
dlclal appropriation bill was pending in
tUo senate, nnd whon tho tucccts of tho
proposition to Incrcaso tho salaries of con
gressmen teemed in danger of defeat, rep-
roieniniivo nornor, ol A'Mladoipuia,
called upon tho president, and in a con
versation tho subject of an increase of
salaries was incidentally mentioned. Hor
ner stated that, while thero was n dl visit n
of opinion as to increasing tho salaries of
congressmen nnd other officers of the gov
rrmoni montioncu in mo bin, moro was
no question that tho pay of tho presldont
should bo increased. To thlt the presi
dent replied that ho did not with any
thing of that kind done. If tho bill cam 3
to him with n proposition increasing hit
own solan and leaving out that of tho
cabinet officers, the judgooftbe tupremo
court, nnd mombcrs of congress, ho would
feel callnd upon to veto it. Tho circula
tion of this Item among congressmen, it Is
stated, had n cood effect In making con
verts to tho advancing of salaries.
CRESWELL AND TUG CARFKT-B AOOKRS.
For tho last thrco months rho Southern
Republicans in concrets wero quietly at
work forming combinations to sccuro the
removal of Mr. Crcswell from tho
cabinet and tho nppnlntment in
his plnco of ox-Senator Fool.
of North Carolina. They had drawn
up n formidable petition which
was numerously signed, wherein thoy set
forth thnt, whilo they bad no complaint
to mnko against tho official conduct of
Mr. Creswcll. yot ho did not represent
tho South. Tho Southern lleptillicnnt
hud contributed to largely to tho election
of Grant that they detlrod somo distinct
recognition. 'A. lie dent uuotnem miglit be
repaid by tho appointment of Senator
Fool, who was not only a staunch Repub
lican, but a native of North Carolina.
Armed with this document a few of them
called upon tno president, and woro
rather chagrined unon boinc Informed
thnt no changes in tho cabinet wero con
templated, nnd mat Mr. Creswoll had
not Intimated a wish to retire. Since thi
discomOturo tho 6outhnr- -o "led
to keep tho matter quiet.
THE DUOR TEST.
A correspondent of tho Scientific
American gives-tho following novel man
ner for measuring men's characters.
Uupiog the last ten yoart, in tho win
ter, according to our record, wo havo no
ticed tho manner in which ono thousand
persons who called for work have openod,
shut, or not kbut our storo door. This,
you may aay, is a futilo and useless un
dertaking, but woontertain n very differ
ent opinion, wuat aro tne racts ana ao
ductions? Out of 1,000 porsons recorded, 335
opened the door nnd shut it carofully
whon they camo in, and when they went
2. Two hundrod and twenty-six
openod it in a hurry, and made an at
tempt to shut it, but did not, and merely
pulled It to when they.went out.
3. Throe- hundred nnd throo did not at
tempt to shut It at all, oithor on coming
in or going out.
4. Ninety-six loft it open when they
camo in, but, when romindod of tho fact,
mado ampio apology, and tnut it wncn
they went out.
6. Ono hundred and two opened it in
a croat hurry, and then slammed it to vi
olontly, but loft it open whon they went
0. Twenty enmo In with "How do you
do?" or, "Good'ovcning, sir," nnd those
wont throuch tho oncration of wininir
thoir feot on tho mat, but did not shut the
door when thoy went out.
Komarks. Wo liavo empioyoti men out
of all tho obovo classes, and during that
tlmo havo had an opportunity of judging
of their merits, &c
Tho first class of 385 wero thoso who
knew their trade, and commoncod and
finished thoir trado in a methodical man
ner, wero quiet, had littlo to say during
hours, and woro well approved by thoso
for whom tboy did thoir work.. Thoy wero
punctual to tlmo, and loft nothing undone
which thoy wero ordored to do. They did
not complain at trllcs, and in all respects
thoy wero reliable men, and were kind
and obliging in thoir general conduct.
FOSTER AFTElt THE RESPITE.
From tho Now York Herald.
Tho nows which camo to "William Fos
ter yestorday morning when ho aroo
from tho prison ceil must havo sent a
thrill of gldaness through tho condoiunod
man's frutno. At olght o'clock a keeper
curried tho nows to Foster in his coll, und
to groat was his surprise at tho nows that
He could not spcaic lor many minium.
When ho had recovered ho expressed his
gratitude for tho rcspito given him in un
measured terms for ono who it usually so
cautious nnd reserved.
Tho denutv sheriffs wero in chargo of
Foster when his wife, who had been in
formed of tho iiuwh, entered tho corridor
In which trustor Iiks been allowed to ttroil
lately. Tho mooting wm a very nffoctlng
ono and Jlrs. rotter wept very troeiy on
hur husband's shoulder. Sheriff Brennan
Iihs discontinued his preparations for the
execution at present, and tecim rejoiced
that ho lias no immudluto official net of re
sponsibility to perform. Tho telegram to
Sheriff Brennun from Governor l)lx was
of a very brief nuturo, and merely in
formed him that ho was to temporarily bus
pnnd preparations for tho execution. Tho
official document of respite has been signed
by the governor, and Is un Its way and
will bo received this morning by Sherifl
Ilrennnn. The condemned man Is not
verv saniniino as to Hutting n final com
mutation of his sentence, and bo bus not
expressed any hopes as tocscApo fropi tho
dread sentenyo of tho law. To-day, when
tho respite arrivs officially, tho deputy
tlierills will bo relieved of tho charso of
! outer for tho present. Fears aro enter
tained by many that Gov. Dlx's decision
must of necessity be an unfavorable- ono
for poor r os tor.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
O. HAN NY.
KKNTUOKT JKAHB, PXTKA,
G AOS' RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OV OARf KTING
Mli Kutlre Htock
VKRY LOW FIGURES.
COR!SKK 8TH ST. AMD COMUXRC1AL-AV.,
oaucr a watter.but if my wltb'ei are of
MjJiH)rUBce, I do iinploro you. to re-
WM. GLENN & BON'S
HEAD QUAltTERS FOR QRQCEMES
ORE AT VARIETY,
COFFEE. Rio, Lsguayra, Java, Mocha
SUGAR, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined,
SYRUPS. Now Orleans and Eastern.
WE MAKE SPECIALITIES OF
Vint St. CJXC1XM TI
MAJN CDOSS BT BEET,
.joc.dtq),llns connected with the house,
and sample room for commercial traveler.
Free omnibus to and irom nil trains.
2-G 6md. J. M. DAMRON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twellt
and Thirteenth strccU.
GUESTS WILLFINU QOOO ROOMS AND
TTIK VERY HE ST OF BF.PS
-A.I" THI3 HOTJSB:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mns. Ellen McCarthy, Propr.
GEO. I'. r.VY, Proprietor.
Watch kept day midnight for boati and
TERMS TWO DOI.Ii.UtS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
A. OARUTH ; Proprietor.
Illhl Iioinn linH rfntlv 1irti rnnlpA1 ntid
fllrnlsllPil linti'lv f hpnlinlinilt- It m pnnviinl.
cnt to tho business houses and tho court
boure. Good samplo rooms.
ram asrH-w system.
OBOOKrtrxB retailed at wholesale
rnicts tor CAin.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
wabuinotoh avenue, betweest text ii
and Eleventh btiieets.
CC !ht, dkt Ci'a Sugar for - - - J5 0
oi " ... 1 00
6 J lbs. A cofToo Susrar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Frimo Rio Cofloe for - - 1 0C
8J " Choico " " - . 1 00
3 " Old Oovernmont Java - - 1 0C
Toas and other staple and fanoy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now and full weight given. Call
And Dealer lu
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGG9,
LARD, I1' RES II BUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED P ULTRY,
- FRESH SALTED AtD
SMOKED FlfeH, ETC.
All Goods Warranted Fiiesii
And sold at the lowest prices for;cnh.
tSyElghth streot, botwoon Commercial
and Washington avenues.
And Dealer Id
YEQKTA1U.KS. FRUITS. EOOS, LARD
fresh uurmt, KTC.
lEJTAUOoods warranted fresh, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommerclalAve.
Hat now on hand all Vlndt ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For talc. Lcayo orders at
WM. ELUGE'S STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corncrofTwelltUand Poplar. tf.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
at Kit OH AM TM,
DEALERS IN FIOTJR ;
lai Ace&ta ot
inio urva and kanawoa
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
ItW MllM tke HiortratRsmtc
Elhy MUcss the HfaortM oate
NO CD.ANQK OF OARS
, FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANGE OF OARS .
, ., OM OAWOTO
Olnelnnsll, SllinsiwItlC nivaa,
Detroit, auliind, Mfr Ptllt
Hunio, 1'ituiiuiK. .WwhinRton.
Ualllmore, ThlltUolphls, New York.
Boston and all points cast.
Un.inkl. ......Ml. U.-II.a.
'Hllii.u.l. urBlllir, . mt I I I
Lacrosse, 81. 1'tul and alt points north.
This is also the only direct mute to
Docalnr, Bloomlngton, HpnnKeld,
Porla, oiilnoT, Keokuk,
Burlimtnni Rnok IUnil, L Bklle.
Mendou, Dlion, Kreeport,
aalsna, DntMiqur, Worn ulfy,
uoiana ami an poiois nonnweti,
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca"
un an Kigni i rains.
Osf Rsge Checked to all Important points.
Tor tlekeu and luformfttmn. annlv tn t. fl tl.n
depot -t airnj on board tne trnn.it steamer I
iweou uoiumui't anci uairo, ami at tno prlnclpit
rallroa I ticket office throughout the south.
. i i.uim-u,, uts'i ra. Atri, uuiaaio.
A. MticBCLl. Oen'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
FIRE AND MARINE
NfAOARA, N. Ti,
0ERMAN1A, V, T.,
Aot n.l,0M,7ll U
' I1ANOVBB, K.-T,
AMLe.,y. . u..,i...,TSfl W 00
" ""- ...-. TH.DM O0
ComprliltiK IIk Undorwtltert Aaeooj,
TONKEIW, N. T.,
At 878 4M
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(fliiccessors to E. B. Heudncts Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
tfS. Liberal Adrancerooul made eSf
igVs. npon Conslnments. JSf
Aro prepared to reoeire, etore and lorward
frfUhtt to all polnta and buy and
sell on eommlitlon,
WBueinaee attended to prnmptlr;
S. D. AYKRB.
E. J. ATGR8
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 OiuoLevkk, Cairo, Ills.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO
oneral Commission MorchantB
183 OHIO JiEVEE,
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIL'
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 34th, 1S72
trains win run as loiiows:
T1A1M SUIXO .OCTniA.T,
Leave Viriioia. :4o a. in 1:V p.m.
HprlngfMd. :0 " J:oo "
.' TmlorTlllo.... 10S .... 6 6
Arrive at faua. 11.48 ' 6.17 "
TaiiKt ooixo Koarnwi.t.
Leare Pana i.tu a. m J SI a. in
" Tatloroll- l.o ' 4.0 '
Arrlre'alSpr" gdrld...o.n ..,.6.00 "
Leare Spr.nsfl-ld. .5 10 "
Arrive at ViiKinia 8.5 11 a. IS
TSA1KS OOIXO KOETHU.T,
LTO ndgwood 5.30 a. m. 10.10 p.ir
" Flora...... d.5
Arrive ai Shawneet'n .St " 6 IS
nOVAL Mill, HTKAMniN.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Bucceisors to John B. l'hllli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Com. TENTH -ST. and OHIO LEVF.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. IM.TNQ18.
CAItrtYINO TIIK IIHITISII 1IAILN
Steam Scuii-Wockly Jictwecu
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
l'avcnscrs hooked to London, Glagotv,
j.onuonueny, uariiin, tinstoi, ana t ranee,
Oermanr. wedon. Norwav and Denmark
And From thn ahove tmineii plares to all tho
principal Itiitlwuy Stations in tho United
maics on Tlirougn tickets.
An rlpcrlenre.! NurRpnn In Attnctactl
lo earn nswmrr.
The attention ofpmoni tvlnhing to (.end
to tho Old Country for their friends i called
to tho great futilities offered hy thle ecle
brated Lino of Ocean Steamships, which has
been in cucccfsfiil operation since 18.M, and
nnmhers In Its licet eomo ol tho largest, as
well us the lastcstMoameni alloiit.
F. C. nOOTt'.V. Uen'l Wont Aft,
80S. MarlcctSt., Chicagj.
SAFFORD, MORBIS & CANDEE,
Z. V. UATUUBB.. . O .Vltl
MATnuss & unL,
2rT OBW A.3a3DI2T C3
Commissi on Merc hantb
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
(14 OHIO J.ETKK.
WAQ... MAN U FACTOR 1
Liverpool New-Toik ahd Fhlladtlphla
cue ooavaioT wivn tjhitm taks aho isithh
For CarryiDK trie Maiu
FOR PASSAOE TICKETS
ob traiasa iNroamnov
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Am
lSRroadwaj, New-Yoik, or to
II. II o n p t ,
Vahlnitlon Aveaaa Cairo, lUincu.
FOB BALE, ) Forflale r FOR SALE
?OR SALE. J ForUaia 1 FOR SALE
Faro from Liverpool,
Fore from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queknhtown
TO CAIRO, ;:::::: $48 20
cafTbrd, Morrl. Caml'e Aaim.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenua
next Uoor to tlio ilylaud saloon.
11.10 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
For Sato at Wholcsnlo or Retail.
GOUNER 32D-QTnEJtT AMD OHIO LXVI
inMiBTTTROWN & CO.,
Aoints Home Cotton Mills
NO, 60 Ohio Lcvoo, Cairo, Ills,
AMO Dtlltl I
ElOHTU Stkkbt, BTWKN WASniNQIOS
AND COUUXBOIAL AvKNUKS,
AdjulBlttit lUUenhouao ssntt IlaBny'a
Keep the beet or Deo!, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Saueajco, ato., nd are prepared to strve
oltitena In the most acceptable, menu.. .
it M 443.1M
vinKUXN'H rvtiv, B. jr.,
ROURITT, N. T. UAHIMC,
Utoree. Dirollln. Iiimllu. tlnlle f'n-
Rnre, Iniured at raiet aa favnrmlile aa seuad, per
tnaoeat eccurltv will wnrraoU
I respectfully auk of the eltltensol Ca
ahate of their patronage.
W. II. Moms, 11. II. Candte
Notary Publio. No. Pub. and tt. U. Com
FIRE, HULL. CARGO. LIVE STOCK
A"ete .3,M,6M 9
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Aiel... M. ..2.7J,000 00
Asset - m 2,M4,Jt0
................... ..1,TS1,1SS M
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
,,et - 1,US,8S 1
Assets ..... 706,37
As.eU .................... Jil8,73 S
, tl&S,S 41
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
As.et. isoo.oai 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Attnt ........... ....M,000,0(() OH
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Anele .11,500.000 0
RAILWAT PA8SENQER8 ASSURANCE
v't too,ooo oo
Assets ......S,M J 09
SAFFORD. MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivr4,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent'l. Office, 172 Washington St.
This German Life Insurance Comnanv
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies hut
alo a Value In Cash, on tho Nonforfeiture
JOHN A. HUCK. -O.
JOnN W. PRUESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
bctchxr and dealxr iv all klhds 0t
CORNER NmBTENTn AND POPLAR 8T8.,
Uuya and slaughters only the best utile
bout and Bheep, and is prepared to tlU any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
J ISM ARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Llfo Insurance
and Hick Keller by wockly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects oi public benefit.
Tho Lhe Insurance Policies will bo Issued
by the Toutonlu Ufo Insurance Company.
H. MEYER9, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao'T.
SMlv rbrtroaad vlelssltr.
REAL EMTATE AQENC1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second TLoon) onio litxv,
Bur and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pe-re Conveyance of Kinds!
John Q. Uancan. Chas. Tbrupp,
JOHN Q. II ARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
XorlUC'or.atU Bt. nad Ohlolvoe.
Abstracts of Titlo, Conveyancing mado a
specialty. Real Kktuto bought and sold.
jQTTaxea Paid, etc.
NEW YORK STOxiE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIKTT STOCK IN TUX CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
OerstertstTEIIstetMsttts atrMtsistd Co sat
Our Homo Adrertisors.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Fonncrlv Hwamlor. Intending to rcmova
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her largo
and elegant stock of
Immediately. In order to faclllltato tho sals
or her goods, Mrs, Jackson has determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most ol them having been selected from
tho lato fall styles, hence the ladles have
v.uiiuiiujr io purcuaso new and iatn
tonahlo tnllllncry at cost price. The ttoc
consists of hats ribbons, flowers, hosier
ladles underwear, etc., etc. ll-Sotl
Oo KlKhthtitreet, between Oommerdalaad Wuht
iiKtoa Avenues, le datlr raoelvlaf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
' LATXST FALL AND WINTXB STTLXS.
Hetidtistull Una of
EoasrasrsTQ & hats
ITnmmed and tmtrimmed, '
FliENOH FLOWKIU, UIDBONd, TRIsf MIN01
of all klods, Laces, etc.. ate,
Mrs. MoOm has alto a I aria assortment o
Faoey Artlelet, such aa
NECK OLLAStS), UNDEnflLEEVFJS,
RUFFH,BA.1HEV), FANS, .
And all oiher articles usually found la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
31rs. McOcc. to addition to her Htock of
anoy and Millinery Ooods. baa a Unsjone and
Krapleto assortment or Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' am Misses Shoes and Cbll
drens' Roots, Black and in Color. These
aroacknowledxod to be the finest and best
ever In tho market, and this It the only
tho city that makes them a specialty
JST. NICHOLAS j
HA PRY WALKER Propr.
This house la newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked 'with the lies
aro compounded In the most approved style
B3T Come andseofor yourself. Jgj
0 - ti $
1 "3 1
B o p
o A! S 5
j o '.
" If Sf
. No. 104 Coumxhcial Avxnux,
French, Scotch and Amorican casslmete
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
And at the lowest price. A line fltand llrtt
clasn work guaranteed. Satlsfactio In all re
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Obi Lbtii Cao, Iu.