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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
gSTKKKl) AT TIIK POST OKKIC IN CAHIO, IL
LINOIS, All SKCOM-Cl,ABB UATTKH.
0'h.': Hulli tlii ItulMiuir, Wasuingiog Avenue
r,i,i.w. PA Pit K OK C TY AND COUNTY
I.OUA1. WEATUKIl itfcl'UJCr.
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Mnxmri'n i'" ini. riitiire. If Minimum lem
,rmuri' 1'"; II .iiiliill. enl nidi, mclied nuow.
liiv. r, :! I'n'l in Imlir, liiKuSliirlit.
W, II. KAY
Surir'l SlKiml CorDfi, U. 8. A.
Sl'iX'IAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nnnci' in Uii" minimi, nvit rr-iia per lino,
limurtiiiii. I nr Din- tii'ini li. -fu: icrlliii'.
Caiko, Fel. l.Jlli, 1831.
This is to warn all saloon ami grocery
keepers against helling my husband, 1'. 11.
Corcoran, any intoxicating I'niuors.
I will not ii.s responsible for unv of his
nets or deeds, as he has forsakcu his family
und uivrn himself up to drink.
MltS. 1'. II. ColtCUKAN.
K. M, K. 0.
Our tuiiu in 'iit lovers should bear in
mind that the (Srand Ma.sipicrado Hull of
the Iv. M. K. C. will occur on Tuesday
night, March M, at the line new hall of
31 r. Dan'l Ilarttnan, who has made
piep.u a! inns nl an unusual characier in the
way if novel decorations. An excellent
string b'unl has been engaged, coot timers
.f Chicago have made arrangements with
Phil Saup, li-i)., to furnish elegant
costumes, etc. I he lormer tiiorts ot tne
Krew in furni.ihtng amusements to tho. pub
lic should lie a givvrantei! that all they at
tempt will tie Mtecessfully carried out.
Tliey have Conic.
'1 he first invoice of Spring Goods mrived
ye.l erdav, and will be followed by the
Purest slock of l!o ils and Shoes brought to
the city. Call and examine, and bo con
vinced. Tn k City Shoe Stokk.
MU Commercial avenue.
Diiy School for Hoys ami Girls.
Xight Hchu.il for persons engaged durinir
the day, and lesson in Iitin, German,
French, music, book keeping and peun
lnansliip, by I'rof. and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
flew Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hartniau, on the corner of Sixth
strict and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views auu lurn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he bus spaired no pains to make his place
"tie ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
iid invites all to come ann !-.
Oysters t Fish! I4nnu!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by tho
f.mor by the hundred! Sulk oysters re
(eived daily fiom Mobile, and Baltimore
outers received in cans, direct lrom the
puckers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The -Red Snapper," the king among h'sh
and the delight of epicures, fresh from tho
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters und lisli, corner Ohio Levcu and
Eighth street. Ruhkut IIkwitt, Ag't.
At f'.U KltirpHihl's.
Tin' oldest and purest imported brandies, I
j"irierand other wines may bu enjoyed at
the e!e,"cit sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. I'.it, Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teeiitii mi l C miiuerei.il ; and horses fat and
l!eei, with every variety of vehicles
from a lnits down to a
bulky, all in alii?) class condition, as well
us si Idles a nd riding regalia, may bo had
at the tuosi reasonable tigureson a moment's
notice, at his "Horse Manson". Hisplaceof
iiumjv -s is in connec'ioji with tho telephone
luid a' I orders received thereby will receive
Wood and Coal,
Mip! ,y o Indiana co.'d, us aood as
l'ii:-1i;.i-g. j'M . -,'eiv d lrom tho mines ami
f-r ki!c at ' li'i p ! ton delivered. I will
n way-" haw o,i h in I a st ie:, of this cele
b,a' d eo.-il ; a!- t daily shipments of wood
U r .-"ived and kept const. inilv on hand,
f r.le. Apply, et iheCiV, V.'lt. U. yards,
F. M. Waiio.
( losing Our, Loo's and Shoes.
Having a wiy large stock of winter
go ids o:i hand consisting of Gents', Lndn's'
and Ciiildiein' seweil ami pegged Hoots and
Shoes. I have iletel mined to close it out at
piioes lhat defy coinpetitio:i, in order to
iiiako room for an immense stock of spring
goods wlrch will begin .u arrive soon. Jf
1:1 want of anyihing m my lino I would ad -vise
you to call cm nil! .foru juii basing
clsywhe:". as I w ill assiiro you good bar
gains. 1 invite nil to call and seo for
th';rsUes. C. Koch.
N . li'i C' .iiiiie leial avenue between Fifth
o.d Six.!, s.,..,.!s. Cairo Ills.
Ihi.kl .u's Ai nini Salve.
Ih.-h'MsVuv in the world for cuts,
l"!wV'""'! "'r,1'!Mi,!w sores
e.ii-r, c happ-1 hand-, chiliiluins, corns, and
kinds oi mm e!ii,;io!is. 'Ihis mIvu is
grantee 1 , u.lU,a f4t:(irHCtl(m j
e;eiy cus i or moa. y r,.;uii(.j. r.rjc 2r)
c -au per box. l'VM'.ft.vOK.o.K.O'UAttA
Koduceil Hates to Washington.
For Inauguration Ceremonies; the llli
Dots Central Railroad will sell tickets,
Cairii to Washington and ret urn, for $31.00,
Tickets good to return ou until March
10th. I Ins i-iiio runs two daily train,
making direct connections, ami uriiving in
Washington an(Uickiw any other route
Pullman's Palace Sleeping' Curs throiigli
from Cairo to Cincinnati without change.
J. II, JoNKH, J.MKS JoilNWON,
Ticket Agent, Cairo, (jon'l Agent"
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Nollcun In them! riiliiiiim, ten routs per lino
oiicu lunurlluu. iUrkuii
-One of Mr. M.
sick with measles.
Robin's children is
Meerschaum pipes mid cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Koisincycr's.
Lust-A I the Delta ball, a carriers
address printed on satin. The finder will
be suitably rewarded on leaving fame at
Oct vour Stencil Brands at HI Ohio
A party f twenty live Mexicans came
up lrom New Orleans on the Chicago, St
Louis and New Orleans railroad, and went
to Cincinnati. Ohio, via. the Illinois
Central railroad from here.
Meeischaiini pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. KorcineycrV.
Col. E. M. Lowe, of the Pulaski I'ot
terv Co. is in the t it v on business. The
colonel has but one fault, he will persist in
voting the republican ticket.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tun Li u.E'i is office.
Alderman Pcttit ought to be in Pudu-
cah. A Bu.i.ktin compositor sent , him
there by simply leaving off un apostrophe
and an s to his name. But he still persists
in staying at home and letting his wite and
son do the visiting for the family.
Check books, rceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at TliK Bcm.ktin olliee.
On the 2(ith instant, a company of the
New York state guards will arrive here
from New York City over the Illinois rail
road and continue on their way to New
Orleans over the Chicago, St. Louis and
New Orleans railroad. They will use six or
eight Pullman palace cars.
We have received the first copy of the
Golconda News, a new patent inside paper
published in Golconda, Illinois. It is a
good sized sheet and lojks well both inside
and outside. It is independent in politics
and religion. It is published weekly, by
the News Publishing Company. We wish
Tis whispered, with bated breath ami,
least w ) RUllty of sacrelage in rudely
disturbing the sweet love dreams of the
subject ot this discourse, wo whisper it also
with bated breath that, not long since,
when silence reigned supreme in and
around the grand stone structure known
as tho custom-house, thcro resounded
through its broad halls and corridors the
echo of the flip of cupid's bow, and the
arrow sped on with fatal precision, pierc
ing the heart of ono we had learned to love.
But there is this consolation: Ho is not
dead, but lives lives, yet to enjoy life's
Tho telephone is a good thing. 'c
would not be without it. It is ft wonder
ful invention. Yesterday whilo wrestling
with a great financial problwin (how to
make one dollar do the work of two) tho
ring of the bell called us to tho instrument
and lo! in the twinkling of an eye. It
lifted us up and away from the musty,
dusty ohVe to the pure air and shady
groves of Dixon Springs, all by simply
carrying to our listening ear a stream of a
beautilul Scotch song, which is always as
sociated in our mind with that delightful
retreat from Ihe trials mill tribulations of
every day business life.
"Whether it is a species of mania,
carelessness or lack of good sense, that some
people hustle around and start lo go out of
the hall during the closing scenes ol an act,
deponent is unable tosay; but, tested by all
rules of etiipiettc obtainable up lo dale, the
habit is an uncivil, abominable nuisance.
People with a thimbleful of brains would
shudder at their own detestable spectacle if
they could only sou themselves as others
observe them. Show us a man or woman
who rises and starts out ! a theater as tho
last act is upon the wane and annoys every,
body who may wish to sec or hear, and ivo
will show you a pernicious gawk."' liloom
Yesterday morning the little nine
inontliH old child of Dr. Marean came very
near becoming the victim ol poison. .Mrs.
Marean took tin baby up about ten o'clock,
apparently quito well, bul shu soon dis
covered that it was sick, ami very sick. It
commenced to vomit violently and froth ut
tho mouth ami showed signs of severe pain.
Dr. Marean was called homo, who, upon ex
amination, concluded that tho child must
have eaten something that caused
its suffering', but nothing had
been ffiven it. Looking around, how
ever, tho doctor discovered a rod enamuled
visiting card, which Mrs. Marean recog
nized as ono that the baby had played with
few hours before. A corner of tho card
was missing and seemed to havo been
bitten off. The doctor put tho card to his
tongue and found that it had a bitter taste,
very much likocorrosivo sublimate and at
onco concluded that thu baby was poisoned,
which opinion was amply attested by tho
fact that the antidotes which ho imincdiuto-
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1881.
ly administered had tho effect of relioviug
the little sufferer. The doctor gives it as his
opinion that both tho whito and red en
aineled card board are dangerous things t
havo in tho house. Tho whito enamel con
tains arsenic, which is well known to be
ono ot the most dangerous poisons known
Hon. Fernando Wood expired at nine
o'clock on the night of BJth inst., at II
wings, Ark. sSinco his arrival at the
springs a short timo ago, ho has been in
weak and ulmost helpless condition, which
continued without tho slightest change
until overtaken by death. His disease
being a complication of gout and rheuma
tism the springs were ot no benefit to him
ami his physicians entertained no hopes for
his recovery from the beginning. The body
of tho deceased now lies in Btatc at the
Arlington hotel, awaiting the arrival of Ins
brother. It is expected that the remains
will be taken cast by to morrow morning'i
traiu. Fernando Wood, of New York, was
born of Quaker parentage in tho city of
Philadelphia June 11, 1812; his fathe
removed to New York in 1820, where Mr
Vooil has since resided, Mien nineteen
years of age ho commenced business as a
shipping merchant, in which occupation
he was entirely successful, retiring with mi
ample fortune in IS'tO. He was three time
elected mayor of Now York, serving in that
office during the yea's 1855, Y)G, '.17, '01
and '02. IIo was earlier a member of the
house of representatives than any othe
member of tho present house, having servei
as such In the years 1841, '42 and '43. II
was elected to the Twenty-seventh, Thirty
eighth, Fortieth, Forty-first, Forty-second
Forty-third, Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth
congress, and was re-elected to the Forty
sixth congress as a Tammany democrat, re
ceiving 7,277 votes against 0,480 votes for
Hardy, anti-Tammany democrat; 5,720
votes for Berryman, republican and 33-'f
- Dr. J. S. Petrie and wife celebrated
the twentieth anniversary ot their wed
ding day on Monday bv entertaining a
number of their friends in a most delight
ful manner. It was the china wedding and
we presume that the family was amply
supplied with articles appropriato to the
occasion. There is a very noticable and
certainly not a very commendable neglect on
the part of the married people of our city
in the observance of tho various anniversa
ries of what should always bo known as
the happiest day of their lives. The neglect
is unpardonable. No good reason can be
given why the wedding day should not be
celebrated in some way in the poorest of
families. No matter how poorly the de
monstration may be, it will yet have the
cueci oi ijiiyoieuing ,,ruie: ot tnnoS
more closely, it possible, the hearts of the
family circle and reviving tho aflections,
which have in some cases, probably, been
allowed to wane. ' For tho benefit ot all
married people, we give in conclu
sion, the names and time of the various
wedding anniversaries in the hope that
thcro may be a closer and more general
observance of that most important day in
life. The following are the time and
names of the wedding anniversaries: First
year, cotton; second, paper; third, leather;
fifth, wooden; seventh, woolen; tenth, tin;
twelfth, silk; fifteenth, crystal; twentieth,
china; twenty-fifth, silver; thirtieth, pearl;
fortieth, golden; seventy-fifth, diamond.
If you think you can't remember this, cut
it out and keep it for reference.
There is a very great and unnecessary
waste of human happiness in supersensi
tive people. They arc hotter known per
haps as "touchy" people. They are not
only too quick to construe an intended
pleasantry into an insult, concerning them
selves, but are very frequently getting
"hurt'' when nobody was bothering! them
at all. IMitois, perhaps, come in contact
with this deplorable malady more than any
other class because of the middle position
they occupy between individuals and the
great ludctinite something called tin
"public" as though the public was com
posed of some other material than the indi
vidual. An editor is supposed (by thesi
supersensitive folks) to know thu private
history and conscience of everybody and the
exact application and bearing his every
r.-iiifi,!.- will I... i iv , i
" ": on eueu liioividllal so
that when he writes a paragraph that is
almost blunted to dullness in striviii" to
make it a paragon of generality as to an
plication, his complacency is completely
"rattled" by the advent of a "touchy" per
son, who perceives in it a thrust at him
f'en ami ins wtiolo generation, ami forth-
with stops his paper. We have some
times thought that these good people laid
uwaKeat, nights thinking ol what might
possibly bo said at some iuturo time which
would have a constructive boariii" on
"them and theirs." These supersensitive
people borrow trouble from the future
they dig it up from the dead pnst-they
sniff it on every passing breeze, They even
shoulder other people s burdens-not con
tent with their own -and are worrying
themselves und other people-especially
editors--as much as theycau. So wo say
there is a great waste of human hnppincss
here, and we suggest as an infallible reme
dy that these over sensitivo folks cither run
for oflico once, or try to run a newspaper
awhile-and sec if they don't get worked
down to a sensible basis.
;.t. nelson Cutlku, Foreman Ashton
oi ii ' "', us'i writes: Ono of
ui men was very badly jammed- hut bv
tl'o ..so of St. Jacobs Oil J h 17 ' '".Li!
cunl. Another man in ,, r Z2"
nire of Neuralgia by t.ID Usuof.
OSK OK TliK MOST 1I1UI.LIANT SOCIAL EVENTS
EVKtt WITNESSED IN CA1HO.
The marriage of Miss Frances Jennetta
Schutter, ot this city, and Mr. Harvey
Hobiuson, of Memphis, Tennessee, was cel
ebrated last night in the Church of tho
Kedeemer on Fourteenth street, between
Washington avonuo and Walnut street.
Of Miss Schutrer (now Mrs. Robinson) wo
can say nothing to tho people of
Cairo that they do not know. Sho
is a young lady well worthy
the heart and hand of any gentleman. She
is accomplished, refined and sweet temper
ed and enjoys tho friendship
of our best people, young and old. Sho
occupied a position in the society and
hearts of this community which can ouly
be attained by one possessing a high de
gree of intellectual and real moral worth.
Mr. ltobinson, tho justly happy husband, is
a prominent merchant of Memphis, Tcnn.,
and a man of sterling worth, who enjoys
the highest esteem of those who know him
was handsomely decorated with ever
greens. The grand chandelier in the
center and the brackets along the walls,
the pillars supporting the gallery, and the
magnificent organ, were all beautified with
garlands of green. An arch was erected
at the front entrance to the middle
aislo and a little further on, just
in front of the alter, a yoke
was suspended from the ceiling, both
constructed of wreaths of green. The
church, without any decorations, is tho most
finely finished one in the city and decorated
and brilliantly illuminated as it was last
night it almost surpasses description.
was set for eight o'clock in tho evening,
but, as usual on all such occasions, the
bridal party was a little late. Fully an
hour before this time, however, the peo
ple began to crowd in.
hvery seat in the large budding,
even to the gallery and those reserved
for the choir were taken, and still the
people came and crowded in, occupying
the aisles and the vacant places around the
stoves. Many were content even with
standing outdoors and shivering, just in
order to get a glimpse at the bridal party.
at 8:30 o'clock
the great organ, at which Miss Ella Bob
bins presided, poalcd forth tho grand
notes of Mcndlcsshon's wedding march, and
a few minutes after the door to tho center
aislo was thrown open by one of
tho Ushers and the eagerly looked for party
appeared in the following order: First,
Miss Llewellyn Fraser, of Cairo and Mr.
Richard Wright, of Memphis; second, Miss
Jennie Schutter, ot Cairo and sister of the
bride, and Mr. J. W Garrett, of Memphis;
third, Mrs. Schutter, mother of the bride
and the bridegroom, and fourth, the bride
herself, leaning upon her father's arm.
The party moved slowly down the aisle,
:d under the ' arch of green
and the bride and crooiii thi turinrr
leaning upon tho arm of thp latter tnn.
ied in front of the altar dinctly under the
significant emerald yoke; while the father
f the bride and the bridesmaids, Misses
ennie Schutter and Llewellyn Fraser,
tood to the left, and the mother of the
ride and the groomsmen, Messrs. Wright
and darrett, stood on the right. The
music changed now from the deep tones that
shook the building, to strains so sweet and
mellow that it seemed the
slightest whisper would have
marred it, but that whisper was not
heard. With the exception of the music,
pcilett silence reigned for a few minutes,
during which tho awful solemnity of the
occasion was fully impressed upon the
minds of ull present. Tho silence was at
last broken by the voice of the officiating
rector, Rev. F. P. Davenport, who proceed
ed to speak, in a very distinct manner, the
Tin; m untiAoi; ceremony
of tho Episcopal church. In answer to the
question who gave the bride
away, the lather replied, and then
the rector put the usual questions to
the contracting couple, all of which were
answered so as to bo distinctly understood
in all parts of the church. At just eight
o'clock and forty minutes the words, "I
pronounce you man and wife," were spoken
and within a few minutes alter, all was
over two more souls welded into ono for
better, or for worse two more human
destinies merged into one for weal, or for
woe. That it be not for worse nor for
woe, but that the choicest blessings
ot life he with them always, is tho hearty
wish of Tub Buiietin and myriads of
other sincere friends. After tho ceremony
the party passed again down the isle
ftiur'ir.l flwt .Cm. .1... I..: 1,. .
.. ,,wvyi) ulu wnuu ami groom
leading the way, and, entering their vchi
clos, proceeded to the residence of tho
bride s parents where
A (iKANO KICCEI'TION
was given. Tho parlor and dining rooms
wero handsomely carpeted and furnished,
and tho walls hung with oil paintings ami
other picture and decorated with ever-
greens and dowers, natural and artificial. A
tho wall of tho parlor and opposite that
just over a magnificent oil painting, hung
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niuioni.-iB--n.uim "jm." ftbout , ,
inches long, and made of evergreens stud
ded with natural flowers. On tho Daintim?
a wreath of grceu and natural iW-r.
was hung, in tho center of which stood
cupid, with his bow bent; lace curtain am.
damask lambrequins added considerably
to tho apperanco of tho room. Innumer
able other ornaments wero appropriately
placed and tho whole formed a perfect
little paradise upon earth, so far as beauty
is concerned. The walls of the dining
room wore also covered with pictures and
flowers and wreathes, but tho chiot attrac
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nun nuns, iismu irom mo piano
upon which stood a collection
of magnificent presents, was the table
which stood in the centre and was spread
in a most gorgeous manner. There were
California grapes, bananas, oranges, raisins
cakes, jellies, melanges, wines, preserves
and flowers, all in appropriato vessels, or so
arranged as to bo a very pleasing and cer
tainly a tempting sight. In the centre of
the table a great pyramid arose nearly to
tho coiling, constructed ot a variety of
lancy eatables, etc. In ono corner stood
tho piano and next to it a table, both of
which wero almost hidden from view by
the presents placed closely together and
forming an array of glittering and fancy
carved gold, silver and glassware, such as
is seldom seen upon occasions ot this kind
and to describe which, wo feci ourself to
be utterly incompetent, but must ask the
reader to be content with the mere list as
given in conclusion. From nine
o'clock till twelve, the invited
guests came and went in throngs, all
discussing tho great event, eating and
drinking from the sumptuously spread
..1.1,. .....I I ! . . ..
" neaping congratulations upon
the young man and wife, and then all went
home and the festivities wero ended.
I no brides dress was composed of
cream white satin ; style, princess en train,
with diagonal puffings of satin and elbow
sleeves; the trimmings wero ot elegant im
ported Monition lace and whito bu"!o
innge, ami tin ornaments consisted of
solitare diamond car rings ami pearl neck
lace. A veil of whito illusion, with the
usual orange blossoms ami other flowers,
completed the outfit; the groom wore tho
usual black suit and whito kid gloves.
VI.- I.-: i : i , . . .
in; iHniusiiiaius were aiso (iresseo in
white and the groomsmen in black. The
ushers, who, by the way, were Messrs. Phil.
Barclay, Harry Hughes, Eugene Ellis and
Ed McCullotigh, wero also dressed in
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umen, wim wiiue giovcs ana wore a
beautiful littlo nosegay on the left lapple
of tlu-ir coats.
The following is a complete list of tho
Horse shoe, natural flowers, Harry W.
Mepham, St. Louis.
Two baskets of cut flowers f rom Messrs.
Garrett A; Wright, Memphis, Tennessee.
Set of solid silver tea and table spootiB,
Mr. J. W. Garrett, of Memphis, Tennessee.
Carving knife, fork and steel, in beauti
ful case, Richard Wright, of Memphis,
Gold thimble from Mrs. Alex II. Irvin,
Glove box and cologne bottles from Miss
Porcelain and silver berry stand sur
mounted by a vase, from Mrs. Ania E.Saf
ford and Mrs. II. II. Candee.
Comb, brush and case, Mrs. G. W. Gray-
ham, anesvillo, Ohio.
Siver card case, Mrs. Charles Galighcr.
Pair silver and porcelain vases, from
Histcrs Jennie and Ollie.
Oold ear drops and bracelet from J, $
Wilkins, Memphis, Tcnn.
Set of onyx and pearl jewelry; solitaire
diamond car drops and diamond pin, and
heavy Etruscan gold medallion breast pin
sets in pearls, from the groom.
Silver card receiver, gold lined, from
tin w u r::ii...-
) If i I. 'IIUll.
Silver cake basket, gold lined, from Mr
and Mrs. Louis Herbert.
Silver napkin rings, from brothers, AVillic
I'M... r i m
nuvcr pio Kline, jir. auu jug. loin, win
Silver and porcelain card receiver, from
sinters Lilio and Flora.
Silver jewel case, Mr. and Mrs. M. F
Silver cake basket, Mr. and Mrs. F,
Full tea set of Japcneso satsiiina ware,
from A. Werner, New York city.
Set of toilet mats, Miss Matnin Taylor,
Ilomton lace barb, from father and
Point hico handkerchief, from Mr. and
Mrs. Cox, of Cambridge, England.
llobinct tidy and hand printed motto,
from Winnie Sanborn, of Anna, III.
Vibrating clock, from Mr. and Mrs
Elegant easy chair, Henry Eichhoff.
Silver chariot card receiver, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Winter.
Hilvor and gold cologno stand, with throo
cut glass bottles, from Max Ilynian and
Silver stand and cologno bottle, MrB. J
Basket natural flowers, from John
Silver card case, from Captain Thomas
W. Shields, St. Louis.
Set of silver nut picks, from Ella Arm
strong. Set of toilet mats, Mrs. Win. Winter.
Uiblo and prayer book, mamma and
Silver and cut glass berry stand, Misses
Lilhe rhillips and Maroio Taylor.
A pair of beautiful Mr' Mr-
A pair of silver and blue vases, Messrs.
Frauk O'Hara and Joseph Wcngur.
Silver syrup can, Mr. and Mrs.
Pearl handled gold pen, Ed. J,. Weil.
A silver and cut-gla-s chaiiot berry dish
and gold berry spoon, from tho bride',
former schoolmatesMisses Fannie Hinkin,
Mollio Riley, Efllo Coleman, Emma M
Crone, Musa Green, Lid i it Thompson, Liz- :
zio Wood, Annio Riley, Tunuie Woodward !
Jennie Gash, Ella Thompson, Mamie Taylor,
Ilattio McKec, Nellie Antrim and Efllu
Silver, gold lined card receiver, Mr. Max
Encyclopedia of poetry, Mr. and Mrs. C.
A pair of , large, fancy vases, Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. llowley.
Silver and cut glass dinner eastor.Mopsrs.
Phil. Barclay, Harry Hughe, E l .Me('n.
lough iiu.l Eugene- Ellis.
All those who don't wish their Insurance
Out of Policy wont, let their p(1;i, y stop
But when Bilious Headache ails them they
always will try,
J lie virtues ol .Spiiii" HI,
'h'ssom ns a sure
Bellied j .
Prices: l", .10 cents,
trial bottles 10
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fetter, Ac., Use " I.i.lii-,i y's !.,
Sold by all drnggisls.
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THE "ACTOR (IF THE PLATFORM."
For the I mi CI nf t.':,-
CllllJjKKN UniliTII '
No " ti rhn. t.i lor I'.,
curd. M Jlirluian'o.
(HI AM) MASOUKIIADK
Si' In. 'els' Hall,
Tuesday Fvciiinr, FriVv ii.
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IKlOTS AND SIKH S
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Atlioiiciiiii Building Coiiir.icicial A v.
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p'nj-H tho iiiiibI ciiniu'l"nt workmen.
1 JUICES KISASONAItI.E
in. (I nit inrnct lull
A AND ID I'KNT STOlili.
rpBSASD 10 CENT STOKK
Od Ellflltll NtP'ct lina irmnveil In f'lmumirclul Aiv.
UIIU, trlvireii Nllilli mill Telilli atirrtK,
Wo nrr ft-J II ! 15 nur luck of
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I'lunnr rlvu int a cull und will ntbfv vn.
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