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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: " EDXESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1878.
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tTUVM. PAPEKOF AMSXANDEK (Ol'NTY.
M. H. Hnrrell. Ktlitor.
Th k mania for killing eminent people
lift extended to Peru. Ex-preHident Parilo
wan mcently sliot down, by what wan t
firrt believed to be a crazy, vindictive us
ussin. It is now known however,
that this assassin had a powerful backing,
lie was tho instrument of an organization;
but as to who is in it, and how fur it ex
tends, the authorities have been unable to
di tennina. With tlio view of finding this
cut, Lima has been placed under martial
law. Pardo, King William, Alfonno! It
will be "our turn" alter awhile.
l)u. IJuk'K, one of the deacons of the
Atlanta Presbyterian church, was suspend
ed, not long sines, for permitting dancing
in his house. Dr. Lcftwitcli, the pastor, de
tended Ulock before tho synod, making a
.pccch eleven hours long. As soon as this
fjet became generally known, the first
Presbyterian church of Baltimore, deter
mined, at nil hazards, to give Dr. Leftwitch
its pulpit. Whether it was the length of
thi speech or the spirit that moved the
Dr. to make it, that excited 'lie admiration
i'f the Baltimoreans, is left to conjecture.
Tint bill of Senator Edmunds, prescrib
ing regulations for the counting of votes
for president, has passed the Senate by a
vote of 115 to 20. The Democrats voting
fer it were Messrs. Bayard, Merrimnn and
Morgan. If a proportionate number of
Democrats in the House vote for it, and all
the llepublican9, the bill will become a
Lw. Its most earnest opponents iu the
hunate were. Messrs. Eaton, of Conn., anil
JoncB, of Florida. Senator Hoar, of Mass.,
was not satisfied with the bill, but voted
for it. Its passage through the House, is
Tiik public will not fail to notice the ad
mirable steadiness with which the House
Democrats push on the public business.
Kvidently that body will not be in fault if
important legislation is left to be crowded
through in the last hours of the session, or
if an extra session is necessary. Taking
nearly nil the appropriating substantially
ul the reduced sums named Ly the radical
secretaries, and promptly passing the bills,
it is certain they do ail that can bu reason
ably required of them. If the Senate
chooses to add amounts not asked for by
the secretaries, nor considered necessary by
the Ilousn, there is no doubt where tho pub
lic will put the blame of wasted time, and
Tiik Pope county board of commission
ers has fixed the salary of the Sheriff tit one
thousand dollars a year. The Pope County
Democrat, referring to this allowance, says
that it will afford the incumbent a bare liv
ing; but that in a poor county like Pope
nothing more than a living should be f;iven
to tho public servants. The wisdom of such
a policy is by no means established. It is
not calculated to bring good, efficient men
into official traces; for the men who arc com
petent to fill the positions of Sheriff, County
Olt-rk and Circuit Chirk in a manner ac
ceptable to the peoplu, y,,, readily, mid
with much less labor, anxiety and responsi
bility, make more ttfan a living outside of
Jt Is absolutely disgraceful to us ai a na
:ion that somebody is nut put In charge of
he work of completing the Washington
taouument. With boards of commissioners,
wcieties, associations, individual army of
ficers and citizens, holding but questionable
authority, all jealous of each other, and all
quarreling, the quarter of a million of dub
lart voted by congres, two yean ago, U ly.
ing idlf, and tho work, meanwhile, stand
ing still. M'ork upon tho tower of Babel
was arrested through the confusion of
lonauei sent upon Uie builders. We dou't
know of anything that would be more like
ly to make the monument work go on, than
a like riir.K' upon the WaHhington nmnii
gent. Take away their ability to quarrel,
and the el i aft will have some show.
"Dick" Towksiiknu, of the ndjoining
congressional district, is making n record
of which older members than ho would
have oecaMon to feci immensely proud, lie
is tintiiestioiiably one of tho ablest men in
the House. He made a short speech on
Saturday hiet, tin a feature of the Pension
law. which fiyttunt he properly donouii
natcd, "a relic of Republican barbarism."
One provision of that law is, that if an np
plicant for a pen.ion fail to complete his
caw within the years, and there shall bo
found no army record of his disability, he
shall, after that time, be debarred the right
to complete his case at all, or to urge his
application ut any time thereafter. Upon
this text Mr. Townshend delivered what
might be called a 'scorcher." In glowing
terms he showed the injustice of the pro
vision, how it operated most harshly
against the poor, the obscure and illiterate,
and how, on the other hand, not one single
sensible reason could he given for fixing
such a tyrannical limit. More than once,
because of the applause, the Speaker
threatened to clear the galleries.
Those w ho have watched the celebrated
Mctfiirrahan case in its long and tortuous
course through courts, departments and con
gresses, will not be surprised that the great
MeUarrahan is not cast down by the recent
decision ngainst him by Secretary Schurz.
In fact, he is never unduly exhilarated by
temporary success, or depressed by failure.
Promptly, when Schurz decides that the
immense property in dispute belongs to the
adverse party. MrUarrahan gets through
the House Committee on Public Lands,
which is investigating the case, a resolution
requesting that no linal action betaken un
til the committee concludes its inquiries. I
have no dotiht this case will be undecided
for a generation more. For more than a
dozen years committees, courts, depart
ments and presidents have been annoyed
and perplexed by it. Perjury and bribery
are freely charged on both sides, aud
proved, beyond reasonable doubt. The
value of the disputed property is not
known. It is simply incalculable. The
lonely, but terribly resolute Irishman, seems
to have in him all the vigor now, in fight
ing one of the richest corporations in tl!C
world, that he showed wheniu his younger
days the contest appeared to be a more
Tiik plan reported for a reorganization
of the army, by the Burnsiue committee,
will not be accepted by the public ns satis
factory, although in some respects it is bet
ter thau was anticipated. According to this
plan, the offices of General and Lleuteuaut
General expire tin the death of Sherman and
Sheridan; and when casualties reduce our
stock of Miijor Generals to two, and our
Brigadiers to four, the vacancies will not be
lilted; but the number remain at the re
duced limit. A great and much-needed
reduction in staff officers is ulho contem
plated; but the retired list will be so ex
tended as to embrace many of those who
may be mustered out under the provisions
of tht! bill. Upon this last clause, parti
cularly, there will be a warm discussion.
Where the saving of money is to come in,
so long as General, Lieut.-Gen., Major and
Brigadiers stubbornly refuse to die, is not
apparent. The staff officers will simply
pass from active service to a life of ease,
and nowhere is there even the intimation of
a purpose to save money, either by lessen
ing salaries or Dismissing officers. To sug
gest a lessening of the force a cutting
down of the army, was beyond the scope of
the committee's courage. Tho m.ist effec
tive way to accomplish that end would be
to get up a tight, and let Burnside lead the
Mil. Ki'icstis, of Louisiana, may mean
well enough; but he is certainly rendering
himself a stumbling block in tho way of
the adoption of a sensible and scientillc
scheme for tho improvement of the naviga
tion of the Mississippi river. Basing his
conclusions upon the reports of tho army
engineers, w hich Captain Eads has shown
to be not only false in theory, bet false in
their facts und conclusions, Mr. Eus'.is
Rpokc at length to his bill asking for an ap
propriation of i,000,000 with which to re
pair old hiveesand build new ones, wherever
needed, along the banks of that great river.
From the telegraphic synopsis of Mr. E,'s
remarks, we are forced1 to conclude that
tho protection of the coutignous territory
from overflow is the gentleman's prime ob
ject, the Improvement of tho navigation a
secondary object, provided it follow aa a
nntural consequence of the former. That
Mr. Eads has suggested the only feasible
plan for tho achievement of both these aims,
simultaneously, Is now a conviction with a
largo majority of the eminent cnglncora of
the country, whoso judgment Is not dwarfed
! prejudice or influenced by aelf Interest.
If Mr. Kiwi' plan covers that of Captain
Euds, ull rigltf, but hi nowhere gives out
such an iutimation. If it d ies not include that
plan, the adoption of his own or of any
other that Is not in harmony With Captain
E.'s, will only postpone the consummation
which is devoutly wished by every inhabi
tant of the lower Mississippi valley, viz.:
twenty feet of water from Cairo to the gulf,
at all seasons of the year, und the land on
both sides reclaimed, not by building up
high banks to the river, but by lowering
the bed over which its waters Mow.
Di'itiNO the past week the hum of busi
ness was heard in the House of Congress,
and the humbug of political discussion in
the Senato. One reason for this is readily
seen. The Democrats of both Houses went
to Washington to tlo the necessary work of
the country, and those of the House of
llcprcsentatives, used to victory, have stead
ily retained control of affairs and directed
the cause of legislation, while those of the
Senate, invariably in u helpless minority
for half a generation, and w ithout tho self-
confidence that distinguishes their brethren
at the other end of the Capital, have humb
ly followed iu the course marked out by
Blaine aud Edmunds. The. peech of Blaine
on Wednesday, on his resolution directing
inquiry into charges of intimidation of
voters at recent elections, needed no answer
but denial and a proposition to amend in
such a way as to include investigation into
the systems of bull dozing generally be
lievetlto prevail in all the States. Mr.
Thurman, indeed, proposed a proper amend-'
ment, but his speech, able and suggestive
as it was, was not so much in support ot
his amendment ns it was an attempt to ex
pose Mr. Blaine's fallacies. In short, Mr.
Thurman and Mr. Lamar have enabled the
Radicals of the Senate to prolong a discus
sion sure to be unprofitable to the Democ
racy, and to dictate its course. More
speeches will be made next week, and then
Democratic Senators, though still at a dis
advantage through their early fault, will
come to the contest prepared, it is hoped to
return blows as telling as those they have
received from the Senatorial bruiser.
WHY DOESN'T HE LET III.M ALONE?
We don't know; but we are inclined to
believe that if we were in the thoes of the
editor of the Paducah Daily News, we'd
"let up" a bit on the Hon. Oscar Turner.
The election is oyer, Turner insists with
great earnestness, that he is a Democrat,
the News does not protend that he advoca
ted during the canvas, any measures that
the most exacting Democrat could not en
dorsethen why the persistent effort on the
part of the News to place him in antago
nism with the Democratic party) If, ac
cording to American logic, the peoplu (i. e.
a majority) can't err, Turner was right in
ignoring the action of the last Democratic
congressional convention. The proposition
th it came from his friends, to pluce a cand
idate in the field through the means of a
primary election, was fair; and certainly
should have encountered no opposition in
quarters that desired a free expression of
popular sentiment. That conventions are
more readily manipulated by designing iiicd
than the whole people, will not be
denied; and that there was wide-spread
dissatisfaction with the convention system,
as lately applied in the first Kentucky dis
trict, is a fact that is notorious, even on this
side of the river, and has been thrice proven
by the votes of the first districters them
selves. In view of all this, Turner can and
does make a strong defence of himself; and
claiming as he d'es, that he is an unadul
tered Democrat, the News can afford to ac
cept tho assurance, and let him alone. In
this matter the. D-'mocracy everywhere has
a right to "a say," as our majority in the
next congress is so small, that the disalhc
tion of Turner and one other, standing in
the same, relation to the party that be does,
would destroy that majority, and place the
Democracy at the mercy of the faction of
GrectibackerSjthat would, in that event, hold
tho balance of power. The Democratic
party has not a single member that it can
spare, and even Oscar Turner, insignificant
as he or any other single individual mem
ber may appear, might destroy Democratic
ascendancy in the next house, and render
futile and abortive all the attempts of tliu
pany to work out tho great reforms it has
promised, and from tho wigit of which tho
country is so seriously suffering. Where
fore, wo think, that although the News' po
litical blunderbuss is usually pointed in the
right direction, the man who handles it
should, in the present juncture of affairs,
Turn-er in a different dircctiou.
Cakt loads ot medicinal rubbish aro
swallowed by Invalids, and their physical
troubles thus kept alivo for years, when
that peerless tonic stimulant and corrective,
Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters, would speedily
set tho disordered and worn out mechanism
of the system in active and healthful opera
tion again. It has been demonstrated over
and over again that the requirements of the
sick aro answered far better by tho Bitters
than by a majority of the miscalled rem
edies of tho pharmacopoeia. Tho stomach
Is strengthened, tho liver rcgulatod, tho
bowels put In proper order, tho blood en
riched and purified, and the nervous system
rendered tranquil aud vigorous by this ines
timable family medicine und safeguard
against disease, which Is, moreover, a most
agreeable and effective nppetizer, and a cor
dial peculiarly adapted to the wants of the
aged und infirm, delicate females, and con
valescing patients. It Is, Itcsldcs, im
mensely popular ns un antidote to malaria.
WlCKKl) KOU Cl.lCIKiVMKN. "I believe it
to be all wrong and even-w icked for c ler
gymen or other public men to be led into
giving testimonials to quack doctors or vile
stuffs called medicines, but when a really
meritorious article is made up of common
valuable remedies known to till, und that
all physicians use and trust in daily, we
should freely commend it, I therefore
cheerfully ami heartily commend Hop ltit-4
ters for the good they have done me and my
friends, firmly believing they have no equal
for family use. 1 will not be without
them." Bcv. , Washington, D. C.
StH'TIl AmKUICA AND SoiTIII ItN UmTKII
Stati:s. Owing to the warm ami delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and all dis
easos arising from disordered Stomach und
Bowels. They should of course, ut ull
times keep fhe liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend 'fabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and iiuieli suffering. Price
50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cuiro,
ThkBi:ckf.vk. It is a well cstulblttdicd
act, t hat Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
the .sculus Hippocastunum, or Horse
Chestnuts, commonly known as the Buck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to the fact, that it pofsonse
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Esculiu, which can he utilized for the cure of
Piles. If affected with that terrible dis
ease, use Buckeye Pile Ointment and be re
lieved. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, III.
To all who are suflering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe that will cure you, FHEE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joskpu T. Inmax, Station I). Bible House,
New York City.
U hereby glen that default lisvlue bwn niwle fur
mure that nlxty days In the puy incut of portion or
the amount secured to be paid by mortice exe
cuted by SI a i Kui'hnu Slut Michael Juncuieler, to
Hamiml Htmits Tmlor mid Kdwin l'arou, Trusleen
of the Cairo City I'roi.erty. dated Anunt 6tb, A. IJ.
1S73. aud recorded in the Keairder tullce. in and for
Alexander county, in the Htate of llllnola, in Hook
of Oeedn, on paje W. The undersigned, the nc
cessor of ald trucK-en. will on Sutunhy. the 4th d.iy
of January, A. I).. l7!l, at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, under and by viruie of the power
of aslc contained in cald mortitte. el! at public
auction, to the highest bidder, fi r cash, at his olUi e.
corner of WashinKluii Avenue, and Kljihteentb
street, in aaid Citv of Cuiru. In Alexander cnuntv
ana state of Illinois, all the rlL'bt. title aud Interest
of said Max hncbmi and Michael .lungmeler. or
their asaiejis, in and lo lot numbered 8. (nine) in
block numbered 73, (seventy three). In said City of
Cairo, according to the recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenancea, to satisfy the purponca aud con
ditions of mill JUorti;ai;e.
Dated, Cairo, 111., November Win, IR7X.
. rvTAATS TAYI.OIt,
Trustee of the C'ulre City Properly.
ftOTTO & FOGASSKS
Conducted on the European plan, Seta the flneat
table ot auy house In the city, fipcclal ratea
fur mouth or week, to regular people.
Coniiecle J with ibe restaurant Is lue
FINKST HAH IN TIIK CITY,
Supplied with tho Choicest Wines and Liquors.
Mixed Drinks a Hpeclslty. Kestaiinuit uud
HuloonOucu ut All Hours. Day and Nvlit.
DllY COOPS. KK.
The largest wholesale und retail Dry
Goods and Clothing Ilonsc in tlita City ;
arc receivinsr new Goods daily and are
ollcring great bargains in tliemost hand
some linoa of CAEI'ETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Casbnicren, liou
rcttcs, and a groat many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, tliey cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
Bnraof U Buffalo Head.
NoK,0 ' CairoIll.
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
JOE A BELL,, AKent.
A full and completa snpplr of the best of all
kltidatniiat Iwayatm band. Ordora tilled at any
CAIiKTAGEH AND WAUONN.
fOMMKltl lAI. AVK. between Finn and
SIXTH HTS., CAIItO. 11,1..
UOKSK SlKinNll a apecliiltr. KepnlrliiK of all
kiuds of vehicle done m ally and on sliorl no
the, ul the lowest possible cost,
LEXANDKU COUNTY BANK,
C'oiiiiiiercinl Avenue and Eighth Si rcot,
K. BIJOHH, President.
T. NKI'K. Vlee l'reslc'.enl.
II. WKLLS. fashler.
V. J. htl'.TU, Assistant Cashier.
V. Dross. Cairo;
f. M . Ostcrlou.
K. Under. Cairo;
William Kluee. Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo;
II. I. lllllluiialey.M. Louis;
J. Y. t'K-iiisou, Caledonia.
A lKNKIt.L BANK I Nfi lit SINKSS HONK. Kx
i ebiineesoU and bollllbl. Interest paid III Ibe
Savings Department. Collections made and all
business promptly attended to.
rjMlE CITY NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL. 8 100,000
W. I'. HALLIDAY. I'rit1ent
II. 1.. HALLIDAY. Vke-I'residsnt,
a. aTAATS TAYLOR. W. C. IIAIJ.mAT.
HKMir L. UAIXIIIAT, II. H. ITN KIXON A I,
u. U. WII.UAKSOX, STaPSSK SII1U,
U. II. CAJKI.
Exchange. Coin and 1 nitcd States Bonds
IKlt tillT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a jreucral bankia tiusluet
JNTEHl'HISE HAYINGS BANK,
('bartered March SI, 111111.
OFVlCfc IS CITY NATIONAL BANK,
TNK REST paid ou deposit M irrh 1st and Sep.
1 tembcr 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added Im
mediately to the principal of tun depoalts, thereby
giving tbeui coinpouud interest.
tYf Children and married women uuiy tlepoilt
money su J no one else ran draw 1L
WAI.TEK HYMLOP. Tbratohlh.
Edward A. uder
(SncccKr Ui E. A W. Boiler),
And Dealer! lo
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewdi'v
Cor. Eighth St. and Vohins:ton Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Detwecn Commercial and I ft,, ! 7 1 1
Washington avea., ) l.tlllU, III.
FINE WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
tVEtiKravlng and all kloda of rt-pnlrlnB neally
( C All kinds of Holld Jcwolrv made lo order.
OVVmiS AM) FISH.
JOHN S PRO AT,
Wholesale and retail dcalar lo
OYSTERS AND FISH,
OyHters in Bulk and Can, Sea Fish,
Native FIhIi, Celery and Game.
Particular attention paid to ordora from abroad
and all a lock guaranteed when shipped.
Decorative Paper Hanger
A SPECIALTY KADK OF
Glazing and Kalsomining,
Leara Ordora it Barclajr'a or Tarkci'i book burnt.
lfiICAr'.l'',V ('AKI,H with nam 10c. Plain or id 4
Wnst) illes. Agfa outfit lue, Hull A Vo Uudloi,
10 Portraits 0K kminknt mk.n and
toWBai f column bTOKV PAPKIt
ifiucsuta, national Waekly, Wa.lilnxion, I), f.
WANTED A ,,U0J) A1KNT to "
f.Vih.1. . ii, 1 '"'" ' adJolnlnR towns,
Tir the best selling household articles In the world
i V I"!' prollls. wrltuatoncato World Mauulnclur
lt Company, HCIIutou place, X. V. m,uu,,Mlur
j(jENTS read this.
VVhW par Agent i .rtl rarr of $1110 per monlk
MNIeipeiisesur allow a Inrgu cominisslou to aeii
oir ne am wouderful li.wuilons. V mean what
aav, Adilri s, without delay.
HI! HUMAN JH'ti.. Marshall. Mkhlpan.
,Ml!u'! !t,m"1iV,n'' I'l'letr pre-
xentlhialirrlbledl a, and will positively cut
lives sent frii ' ,Uf';,"""'ln tout 'will H,,Z
r ",'n .,,71 hr. lay a moment.
1. H. JUMNNON A Ut., llangor, Maine.
( KI.KllltATKI) TIIK WOULD OVEIt,
The manufacturers were awarded the highest
and only nieii flveii ruUicr plasters, at both
the Cvnleunlal slid Paris Kipiisltlon.
FA It Ml TKIIlwK TO
Conmion por mi plaster, llulmeiits, the so
culled electrical appliance, etc. It Is the best
kimwii remedy ,,r I.ameand Weak Hack, Hheii
mutism. Ketnale Weakness, 8catlra. l.uniUcu.
Diseased Kidney, Kplual CouiplMnta. aud all
Ills for which porous plasters are used. Ask your
Drutrulet for Benson t'paclne Purou Plasters
and sea that yon iretnothlni; else, bold by all
drunelst. price cents.
Mailed on receipt of price, by Bcabury A
Johuson, ill Piatt street, New York.
The (J rent I Huret ic Coin pound.
la a sure, quick remedy for all disease of th Kid
nets, illsdiler. and I rlnarv Urusua, eaiatlnr ettiier
In male or female. As, Irritation, Inflammation, or
llceratlon of the Klduevs aud Illsdiler, Uravel,
Htoueluthe llladder. Iteu'dlsh or Itrli k dusi s.mii
ment In l.'rlne, 'I hick, Cloudy or Houy
Crlue. Painful rriuatlig, lie wrttinif, Mu
cous and involuntary Discharges. Morbid Irri
tation of tho llladder and I'relbra, t'hruuic t a
larrah of llladder, suppression, retention or In
coullneiice of Trine, Diabetes, Dropsy. Oranla
Weakne, Kem.ile Complaints, and alt I uruuic
Mladics of tin I'rlnary and Seiual Organs.
Thousands can attest to It wonderful curatlt
properties In these disease.
Kor Nervous Debility, with all Ita gloomy attead-ants.-Dimness.
Iai- of Memory, Low Nplrlta,
Ac , It is a soverin remedy.
KMOI.AS DKlt'S IUTIIL' buoy op tbeenmi
ted srsteiu. imparting new life and vtorona actios
the whole sju-iu becomlujj strcuifttivucd aud la
Tie sure and ask fur Hmolauder' Dncuu. ImWl
pun bating It, and tuke no other.
PRICE 51.00. SIX DOTTLES, 5.00.
For fair by all W'lioleaale Druggist In ( kirain,
aud Medicine Dealer ileneiallv.
JNSURANCE AGENCY OK
Wells & Kertji,
Royiil Ciinadian Kffl..
liritisli Ainorica Uis?J."rtKr.
MMU-nin1 Flw Marine (Mlllvlllf. N.J.)
.11 111 V II It ( AsseU, $1.4,.W.
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111"" ( Asscla. t-HUtU Uo.
1 1M IIliUl , AcU SIlO.tM.W.
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KISKS Witl'ITKS AT FA I it KATES.
OlHo? in Aloxanilor Comity Jlrttik.
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Tlic Cairo Rox and Rasket Co.
Flooi'iriK, Biding. Lnth. Kto
At the very lowcit rule.
Havinff a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
BAW OUT SPECIAL ORDE1W
On the shortcut otlce.
AH P EC I A I.TY made of ST K A M lit i AT Ml MBRR,
W also maniiractiirti KIUHT HOXM ATKItl Al jt
Cracker, Caudr Packluc Unxim KUivcs, Hradluita
DYKINO AND CLEAMNO.
JLACK CRAPE VEILS,
NO MATTEn HOW OLD, IIU8TY OK FADED,
Re-Dyed and DrcBHfd Equal to New
WAHTON At CO.,
4'witHT FOTRTII BTRKKT. CINCINNATI.
iTfOrdiir of three yards of Crape or upward
returned ruM or ui'iuise ranouT.