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r H. MAREAN, M. !.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
OHlce 14D Commercial avenue. Kealdence corner
Fourteenth St. aud NVanhlngtun avouuu, Cairo.
R E. W. WI1ITLOCK,
Oriei-No. 1.16 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and NTuth BtreeU
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE--Kitflila StMct, near Com luerelal Aveuiio.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OKHH K:-Wllli the Vt idowa' and Oorpuana' Mu
sal Aid Society.
ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W.
J INEGAK & LAXSDEX,
OFFICE -No. 11a Commercial Avenue.
CAIRO C1T FERRY CO.
Ou aud after Mourtny, .luue Hi. the I'uut will uvuViO
the following trip:
l.EAVT.N LtAVP.K I.KAVKS
Foot Fourth i. Mihitourl Laud'a-'Kentucky Ld'u.
s a. m.
10 a. i".
i p. ni.
4 p. tu.
'1 . in.t
i p. iu .'
S:TO a. m.
10:;;i) a. ui.
:ao a. m.
0 a. ni.
:t p ui .
5 p. m.
ID u. ni.
4 p. iu..
tfOH METROPOLIS AND PAUUCAII.
Tli.- f,.-snt.Sidttheel I'n-aeinrer Steamer
Lcavei" Cairo everv afternoon nt 3 o'cloek. for
V,ln(-h. VU-trounlia ami v lauding. Hir
r" .''..i or Disease apply tu SOL A. SILVK1I,
E W A I V KRTIS KM EN TS - Ml 'ELLA N EO I S.
Dealer iu all kiu.l" of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BLCi MUDDY COAL
WOOR AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington ami
t JJCHO DAIRY,
:a onio levee.
"via dirt or dust by measures belui expon-d to air.
Milk delivered twice a da.
SEALED IN VI XT BOTTLES.
Try it and fee lor yourselves
JO PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cmll nu itellMTJ' of ticket..
70 Ohio I icvcc.
Boat, Stores and (.roperies,
01' all kin.lv
Ol'K.N NKiHT AN I I ) A Y.
Kreah Hair auddllt Kde Ilin tT. Oler aiul :ill
Itiuda ol fruit ben iu eimoii, on hand ami ilehv
irrd pronipllyat realdeucor free. Oyan r dell vend
Dealer in Vpesli Aleat.
MetWffn Waitliiriatoii mid Cum
iri'eeiul Av., mlloliiina I t.umyn.
KXKPS fnraaUiuchiat Uf -r. Pork, Mutton. Veal,
liitih, Haaaaua, Ar., and la ir,'pate'l to me
(iwll.ei la as acoevU'ile luat.Ber.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
K.NTKKKU AT TUB l'OST OFFICE IN CA11IO, II,
LI.NOIS, AS HKCOND-lT.ASS MATTEIt.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALKXANDKH COUNTY.
Only Moruing Daily iu Southern Illinois.
Canto, III.. November 4, 187. (
Time. Bur. Ther. Uuui. Wind. Vel Weather.
8:40 a m :.
11:11 ' :M3
"0 ::.':) p. m M.-M
9 Mil 30 H
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern
periiture, i Ualnfall, 0.00 Inch.
Seru't Hianal Corn, V. S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
St. Jacobs Oil cures Rheumatism.
The population of Cairo is said to be
'Wliiirt'-boitt No. 1 is back iu her place
from Mound City.
Mr. Walter Hyslop will spend the win
ter with fricuds in Canada.
Where are all of Cairo's debating and
literavy societies? Echo answers.
Misa.lcnuic Piitterson, of Vevay, Indi
ana, isvisitina; lier aunt, Mrs. C. W.IIendor
son. Mr. Harrcll, editor of Tiik Bt;i.i.i:ri.,
was not any better last night. He is in fact
Sheriff Hodges has made the closest
collection of taxes ever before made in
Mr. Eastcrday has been elected assistant
superintendent of the M. E. Sunday school.
He is good in any position.
The Presbyterian ladies tire making
arrangements tor an ov-tcr slipper u;ul
fair, to take place on the fourth of Decem
ber. The place has not vet been fixed
The Presbyterian sociable this week
will be held to-morrow night at the resi
dence of J. R. Reed, Esq. The invitation is
II, A. Hannon A O'.. are fairly set
tled in their new quarters. The change is
good for Hannon and the sewing machine
llannou &. Co. had about 50 sewing
machines exposed to the Mound Citv lire,
but their los, will not exceed $130. we
The St. Louis Republican, of yesterday,
says Mr. J. A. Xaiigle, of Cairo, I Iliiimis, is
at the St. James hotel, in that city. Xaugle.'
Who is Xaugle!'
To day is the dav, ami the last day of
grace for payment of your gas bills to save
the discount. No discount after to-day. Si
step up to the captain's office and settle.
On Monday and yesterday, Marx had
more customers than it was possible wait
upon, and other clothing merchants are
said to have been kept equally busy.
Many of our merchants are already re
ceiving large stocks for the holidays. It is
generally believed that more money will be
spent ou present this year than for several
We noticed a great many young ladies
at Temperance Hall. s earing their hair
tied back in curls a la Katie Oilbtrt. We
also noticed that it was a very pretty ami :
very becoming fashion.
The Theater Comiqiic is fitted up with
a line new set of scenery for the stage ;md
two private Coxes one on each side. This
ninkes :i vast iiniiruvelileiit ill the imineir.
" I "I .
unci! of this enzv little lilaee of amusement, i
The election yesterday passed off as
quietly as an election tor clioul directors
usually does. The clerks ami judges tit
the second ward polls threatened to close
their doors and drum up volet s, They felt so
The Rev. .Mr. Knappe, we understand,
contemplates delivering a series nf jee lec
ture on religious subjects in the English
language some time in the near t'utute.
lb- is apparently a gentleman of mure than
-And now our estimable, fellow citien.
Thulium K 'lth, E-q., comes to tlie front as a
father of a new liabv girl. th:it Dr..Mareau
assures us will compare favorably iu size
' and looks with any baby in the eity. Tin;
j Ri i.i.kiin eongraliihites him,
I The judges of the election veslei'dav
had a very quiet and lonesome time of it,
that is, they would have been lonesome if
they hud not thoughtfully provided them
selves with pinny of the "Faultless,"
best 5 cent cigar in the city, sold by ',
The Illinois Central Railroad will sell
excursion tickets tu Chicago for trains leav
ing Cairo, on November 11th, for $8 00 the
round trip, good to return on any through
train leaving Chicago up to and including
the evening train of Sitfiinlny.' November
Zacliaiiah Chandler is dead. He was
a man of strong political prejudices, who
liutcu ins enema s with a vim not at all
commendable. e was more of a politician
than si.iifhiuftii, mid had, us such men
always have, many warm friends and hitler
About llfteeu couples, Indies mid gen
tlemen, from the sociable ol the Mwie
Krew, Monday nighl, visited the oysier sa
loon of A. J. Dtd'iiiun, 5il, Ohio l.ryee and
sampled the line oter slews for which
that place is tiunous. All tire loud in their
pruisc of the nuinncr iu which they ' weie
CAIliO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER. 5, 1870.
The Sun man In too bright for us. Ho
litis discovered an "election dodge" in Tu u
Hi i.ij;tin of yesterday morning, that wo
have not the slightest suspicion of. Noth
ing can exceed the anxiety with which we
wait to rise and explaiu at the call of '"Major"
Davis, when it is put in plain words,
The. teachers and scholars ot the room
iu which littlo Willie Tessier, who lost' his
life at the bauds ot the drunken negro at
Mound City, attended Bcluxd, together with
Professor Alvord, attested their deep sorrow
at his untimely death by attending his
funeral in a body, yesterday afternoon.
Col. S. 8. Taylor lias beeomo au active
member of the "Eight to Twelve Club." It
is expected that, at the next dancing party,
he will hold the floor, whirling in the con
fusing mazes of quadrille, polka, w altz, etc.,
from eight to twelve. The. Colonel has
found what Ponce do Leon so long sought
in vain, the Fountain of Youth.
A lady from Mound City informed Tiik
Ecli.ktin last night that a great many of
the people of that unfortunate town are,
iu consequence of the fire, left in a very de
plorable condition. Many families were
living in sheds, others iu the German school
building, while others occupy the churches.
Outside assistance will be needed to relieve
The Argus says that .Mr. 'I'. W. Sum
mons, while meandering on a high side
walk near the L'liiou bakery on Monday
night, fell off and broke his shoulder blade.
We regret the accident, but have learned,
by sad experience, that there is nothing
more dangerous than meandering on a high
Cairo sidewalk. We retired from the busi
iness several ye aw ago". Mr. S-mimoiis hud
better do likewise.
.Miss Kittio Alvord, an elocutionists of
merit one anion"' ten tuoiisiud and
altogether charming will read a few .se
lections this afternoon at the rooms of the
Ladies' Library Association. She will do
this at the request of the Association. One
of the" selections is the "Wooing of lb ury
Fifth," to hear which will, we assure our
readers, be a most exquisite pleasure.
The Sun says: "That election dodge
in the IH i.i.ktix, was two thin by haif,
and we should not he surprised if our
neighbor was called upon to rise and ex
plain." We are amazed, Tiik Buxkiin
indulged in no election dodge; and there
fore, cannot explain. The Sun is, ns usu
ally, mysterious. The Ri i.i.KTiN is, as usual,
as innocent as the babe unborn, and that
will imt be born for several yeais to come.
- Papers are out for the arrest of Pillow
and Copeland on the charge of assault w ith
intent to murder old man Hick". These
two desperadoes hide in Missouri in the'day
time and come heavily armed into Alexan
der at night. Sheriff Hodges has Used
every possible effort to uppehend them, but
has been unsuccessful. He does not, how
ever, intend to woary of well-doing and we
anticipate their arrest at a no distant day.
- The vestry of the church of the Re
deemer in this city, at their meeting last
Sunday elected a Rector in the person of
Rev. J). A. Ronnarof Rochester, New York.
If the reverend gentleman accepts the call
it is expected that he will arrive in Cairo
about the middle of the present month. He
is said to be very eloquent, the best extem
poraneous preacher in the city of 1! h lies
ter. --This afternoon the change, intlf pro
gramme of the W. C. ifc L. A, spoken of in
our Sunday isstp., will be inaugurated.
Hereafter the regular meeting will take
i place on the first Wednesday of everv
The exercises for to dav will con
sist of reading by Miss Kittie Alv.,rd, a
paper by Mrs. p. A, Taylor, and another
by Mrs. II. H. Candee. All friend uf the
Association are invited to attend the meet
ing. -A few Weeks ago, some of the cil:c ns
of Metropolis, clubbed together ami bought
the lower wharf boat at Puducah. It was
transferred to the purchasers a few days
ago, when the great populace ot Metropolis
rushed aboard and sunk it in five minutes.
It is stippoyd the boat bad open s-ains
above the Usunl water line, which the heavy
woi;r,t forced below the surface. The
Duval is making an effort to tai.e the
! unk,., whatf-lioal
-A good new cio-sing and sidewalk is
I luid down iu front of the Arab engine hou-e
on Coinineicial iivijiue, and a new crossing
on Eighth street and Washington uvenue.
What in the name of justice is holding
back the city from putting a crossing on
Wiishinglon avenue at Tenth street? Is tlie
question asked by every one who tries to
wall; the remnant of the single narrow
worn out plank Unit leads across by the
city .eales. Nothing short of a mud ferry
will answer there now when it ruins, which
it is sure to do, some time.
-The Argus says: "The woman Tin.; Rui.
i.r.Ti.N reports ns having di"d nt Mound City
yesterday lormoon, of nervous fever, still
lies, und is in a fair way to recover." The
Argus' woman may recover, but we stick to
it. that Tin; lit i.i.i-.i is"h woman is dead,
she was ubligni to die. Tiik IIcm.ktin
aid she was dead, and therefore nhe had
"be. We don't know who she
le came from, but we announced
hi rileniii ,,u ti,,, uuihiiiity uf h ,ian who
Miiiieiiim ., cMigg vruies, but never, or hardly
Our citizens who daily sec the hmi.
dretls of curs on the side trucks of the Illi
nois (.Vnltnl, Cairo aud St. Louis ami Cairo
and Yinceuu.'n railroad, Uttlu ttiiuL.
what an enormous investment of
wealth is invested lu them.
The cost of railroad cars, accord
ing to one of the largest car building com
panies in this country, is as follows: The
averago price of box cars is from $100 to
f MO; in 1873 they were as high as $1,200.
A milk car costs about ylOO more than an
ordinary box freight car; that is, when the
box is not changed. A baggage, car truck
and a passenger cur truck arc about the
same. The price of a baggage car varies
from $2,000 to $2,500. The cheapest style
of Wagner's draw ing room cars can be made
for $8,000; the usual price is $12,000.
This includes all the lurnishing. The
cheaper drawing cars, four wheels, are
made for $10,000. The ordinary mail car
costs from $2,000 to :,000. Distributing
cars more. Curs for the New York Ele
vated Road cost from $2,300 to $3,000.
The ordinary pussenger cars built for the
Hudson River Road cost $3,400, including
a heater and some extra tlx'ures. Small
cars for carrying ore cost $200.
Mr. Ilarrell is no better. He is con
fined to his bed.
The City Council met in regular ses
sion last night.
Mrs. II. C. Lorlin ami daughter, Mag
gie, are visiting iu Metropolis.
Mrs. P. W. Raiclay has returned home
from a vist to friends at Chicago and other
places in the northern part of the State.
Mis. A. R. Sufford is in Rerlin, Ger
many, where she will remain all winter.
Mrs. S. will continue in Europe a year
('apt. Ilamblcton. of Mound City, was
on our streets yesterday. He was lucky.
J lis house and boat-w ays both escaped the
ravenous maw of the flames on last Sunday.
.1 il.lge trreen lett lor M!. , iTliou this
morning, by way of the Ciro and Yinceti
nes railroad, to attend the Supreme Court
now in session there.
.Major .smith has gone to Memphis.
We cannot admire the bad taste that makes
a man prefer Memphis to Cairo, but we re
gret to lose Major Smith, and bid him
"good-bye" with regret.
Miss Anna Alvord who went on a visit
to Ruckley, Illinois, a few weeks ago, has
decided, much to the regret of her many
Cairo friends, to make Chicago her home
during the coming winter.
-Col. and Mr. Tow ties, of Jonesboro,
were in the city yesterday. This morning
the colonel returned home and Mrs. Towues
left for Htin'.sviile, Alabama, her former
home, where she will vi-it 'ivitli friend-'
Gupton, the in in who killed Eschbach,
the barber, several years ago, and win
served a term in the Illinois penitentiary
for this crime, was in tiie city yesterday.
He in still a desperate man. and continues
to indulge in intoxicating liquor.-, under
the influence of which he is a blood-thirsty
Mr. Ed. Dcznnia, of the City National
bank, has recovered from the serious illness
that detained him from his post for several
days. Like Richard.be is himself again,
and, if consulted Mi the subject, will not.
for many years to come, resolve himself
into an angel and with the angels stand.
The Ui i.j. ktin congratulates Mr. pe.onia
upon his recovery.
Mr. Henry Candee, who was doing Mr.
Di oniii's work at the City National bank
during that gentleman's illness, has taken
Major Smith's place iuiotkm. Mr. Candee
is a great convenience. He can .ill any
lxidy' place and do i with equal ability
and faith!uine-. "It is. ' as Mrs. Toodle's
used to say . "si) handy to have hirn about
THE OYSTKIi SL'PPKK.
The supper et the Temperance Hal! hut
night, given by the Ladies Christian Tem
perance Union, for the benefit of the Red
Ribbon Club, called out the u-ual iar-e
crowd that always attend the entertain
ments given by these ladies. The oiii of
fare wm-i excellent. The oysters atid coffee
superlatively good, and the supply bounti
ful. Hundreds of ladies and geiitietneu
took supper at the regular supper hour, and
all through tint evening the seats at the ta
bles were tilled with the hungry w ho came
to be fed and were i ot disappointed.
Four large extension tables (,w spread,
two on each side of the hall, each sealing
ten persons, The first table was in
charge of Mrs. R. K. Riley and Mrs. G. M.
Alden, assisted by Miss Kent und Miss Lo
Arrington. The second wan presided over
by Mrs. E. W. Green and Mis Jennie Wil
son, insisted by Mis? Maud Rittenhouse and
Mrs. lteattie. Tho third by Mrs. Ward and
Mr, .Tocclyn, assisted by Mrs, Stausbe.rry
and Mrs. Cherry, and tho fourth by Mrs.
Williams and Miss Mollic Webb.
The side table, was under
charge of Mrs. Hodge and
Mrs. John Antrim. Thu donatioon
were liberal, and the supply of all kinds of
edibles was abundant. The very important
purls necessary to the huccchs of tho affair
the making of good coffen and serving the
oysters were left in the hands of Mrs.
Wood Rittenhouse, Mrs. G. W. Henderson.
Mrs. Kent and Mrs. U, Y. George. Tho
coffee und stews served up, proved that this
department could not have been left in
better hsuds, Mrs. P.W. Rarclay occupied
the responsible position of treasurer. We
diil not learn tho total amount realized for
thu club, but it will undoubtedly prove a
AX APPEAL FOR AID.
Below we publish fan appeal for aid trom
the people of our sister town, Mound City.
That our charitably inclined people will
lend them all the assistance possible we
confidently hope and believe. There can be
no question as to the actual want of these
people or their worthiness. They are our
neighbors; we know them, and it devolves
upon the people of Cairo more than any
other people to lend the helping hand.
This is the call :
Moim) Citv, III., Nov. 3, 1370.
An appeal to all citlem charitably lucllncil, of
the varloua clllea of thu State of IIIIiiciih and of
adjoining sinter Slalea. aud all other deilrou of
On the 2d, out city was visited
by a most disastrous conflagration,
sweeping away the court-house, stave and
barrel factory, steam flouring mill, twenty
five business blocks and fifty dwelling
houses. The total value, together with con
tents destroyed, is estimated at $219,000, by
reason of which a great number of our citi
zens have been thrown out of employment
and their families rendered houseless anil
homeless. If aid is not extended, many
will suffer for shelter, clothing and subs'st
ance during the coming winter. Having
full confidence iu the charitable disposi
tion of the eople throughout the land, we
appeal to your sympathy aud aid iu bchaif
of those of our unfortunate citizen
who are so sorely distressed,
well knowing, that any aid granted
will be gratefully received, and He
who hears even the young ravens when
they cry will Ides you and reward joii.
Contributions of money or provision- can
be sent to tin: undersigned committee : 11.
Frig in t, mayor, chairman: Dr. X. R. Cas
s.y, G. F. Meyer, W. J. price, Win L.
Hiuubleton. Ed. S. Ack-iinan. Danie! Ho-
gun, Louis Uleer. ! .
THE ELECTION YKSiKKR W
A sMVl.l. olK I'lll I.KJI AM" 111 Ti.h
The election ye-terday. passed .
at all the voting places, a very sin:
being polled, showing that many
people were not w illing to attend to
teiest- of their county .
The following ;s tin- r-ll it of til
voting at each of the live ward-of '.'
i-on i oi yi v Ti:KA-i in;'..
Parker. . . r
: citv :
s Majority .
Villi I.OcS l'
( M V '
ADiUTIO.N At. i
For additional tax
Against additional tt .
M ijoiity for additional tax, . .
KOK 1. 01" NT Y Tr.K.VlT.Rr.
Fioi r,VN7T COMMIsStONKK.
For additioiul tax
Against additions tax
Majority tor additktial tax. .
Km; county t r. :.;
fOK COUNTY (i km:h!on-:r.
For additioual tax . .
Again-t addslional t. .
Major. ty fur additional '.a.
:)'; ( d:;m y Ti'.ka -t -.-o:.
Aldi s Majority
KOB COL'NiY ( oMH.SS.-iiMti:
Oihhs' M ijority
Ai)ii i ion.vi :x.
For additional tav
Aga:n-t additional M.t
Majority for additional tas
KOf, COUNTY TRBAS.IJKKU.
I'OU COL'NTY COMstlSStONKlt.
Hargis , .
Gihbs' Majority M
For additional tax. M2
Against additional tat 28
Majority for additional tai 1H
Mr. Charles Thrupp received a Jarge
vote in .each ward for County surveyor,
lit; had no opponent. For Const able
iu the First ward Mr. W. I
Scliutter received 8 votes. Iu the Fourt
ward Mr. Wooten for constable, receive
100 votes. "Mr. W. F. Schuckers, au
others, who were not candidates, were vote,
for for constable, in the same ward, withw
I f you w ant a good dish of Oysters serve
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, zo t
SO Ohio Levee, ifext to I. M. 11. R. offlc
Open day and night. Families supplied b
the can. Selects 50 cents, mediums 1
ceuts per can. A. T. DkIUi n,
1' tt ES BYTEBIA N SOU A It LE.
The ladies of the Presbyterian ehurei
will give a sociable at the residence of J
15. Reed. Esq.. Thursday. November (Jl!
A cordial iuvitation is extended to all,
Go to Stkatto.n A RtllJj's If Vou wat
to buy the follow ing goods at low pi ices
Atiuore Sc C'o.'s Mince meat.
Snider ii Co.'s Apple, Peach and tjuine.
Young America cheese, for family uv.
New York and Odin Factory chei.-.c, fii
Canada at meal
New York Buckwheat thair.
Kraut in barrels, half barrels and )Uare'
Old Government Java, Mocha, SattV
Mexican and Rio Coffee.
Two hundred barrel choice Michlg!i
apples; a general us.-oitm.cnt of cuunej
g'ind.s; very tine Teas, Dried fruits. Fum y
i .on.eries of all kinds, etc., ey.
. M Ll ADVEK IfsEMEM .
ADVKI.TIKMK.YI'S tu thin rnlumn. . f
6w tili.-o fai a i.r li-aa In- tuililisued fori".
i r la..0iii : I Humid. 1 :i; a iii.iiithii :ti;
! i.iT ni iiiih. I.at t
sitn.ii am. ut.-a f,c
I Al'.TIST pl.MMJKS
I )-!Ii a(rt:i eei;r:iln, for m!.' (.'nwint I-.
SiKiitiil of ti: putrotierii fur Ic.i. thaa fl.Vi."' .. a
i Wtl; lie sold lerirfi) for $10 ij ci.ii. oriiie fi.iir'w
j i ii. Krujuin at'l'im 1!: u tn luuderj
I i-sirs tin I uin h-"T" of J(al K-tan- int. a;M
j -:.iulil t' 'ir- :h'-) im-.e a mid title. I am uo.,
I pr- oar. U 'v V oi'-'i i'i::in i st rvaMiiiaHU.
'idle... in t .am H.i'j--
A lie-11 Ni). -i tiiithie i..i' '.ud lortrr
;iaii! wiirn, hui f'-titalile lor !n."tcr or pri'iriniiim
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;t ivr. 'im.in. aN'i ilub. ' ujli-h l.-tte-- l;J
I''.r.s f'.H ,1.1 iim;i,-ii-. wiilo-m "'-i. m
tan f:irtn ia J''.,it:k' oi.l.: n tie' Un::
i riw. and 1 mill s from l!. 1! ntjtiur.,
o , n uad.-r fi ui e On-hard of u'l i'.r
il in 'i .rmie dne,:i:!. of liroi.m (,,..
it the li!i
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'. ;, tati.c. iinoos pel I rapidly. W,-pa) a :';.
. . r a inern! comniii.'-loii im a. f iotii $'ii
jii Tiinn':i cau !.e inadi- li) llw tin-n I(are tin:.
.r maliine wuiu-y Ad lresi. THIl Ml'H MAN 1
KAC II HIN'i. CI' . :!'. Monrae t . 'tiicairo
"pi. CITY NATIONAL P.AXs.
W 1 MAI.I.IDA V. I'rr.1.u-
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.: .!.:jmo.s. ailrHKS :t:3.
H. 11. 1 as .IKK
F.xeh.tujre, Coin ami United States Bui. U
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3- p.H'.t. t:-C-
ed i:;J a iiaak.nj hu-.:i
Winter's BliKk.Curnt'r sevenili Street unilOrr.
nieii ial Vvi iiue,
Ll. sl.-.'s tu iufnrM theladlea of ( aim mid iiiu.i)
taut sae ha ou hand ttid ii.-iei:uj uuily. dlri-' t
Iroai the Kat-ru cilies. a verv larjte nud i o:n;ii, t.
' ...,. of Lid; s ad M-'-'.
TRIMMED AND UN TRIMMED HATS.
if "i-rj -all iv nad i-olnr..- a 1 1. to one dwi.-ir
nerp'iir. I or-tt.-. i'.ie'-. lo j.0ii. anil full a-.ire
Ltulta' lMiniishinir (iottils!
'Ml All :.iei,-r) latert dii.tj.'ii. I'ric. lis low a po-
nihil and Koo'lK tuarlteil iu plaiu tlfiirea. Will out
'' j ;. imdraold. C all and exninlue. No troulde to
"li"1" jooiIh I.auli'i! wlio ilo not see what thev
-j w n 111 pieaa .umk fori'.
( .v:i.t Wi :r.:n;ton Avenue and Eight Street.
A Ml ami eompieti' auppljr of tho bent of all
ft.odami'at alwayi" on band.