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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING; APRIL 24, lsbl.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKHKD AT TDK I'OBT OFFICII IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS fKCONICLAH8 MATTKH.
LOCAL WKATIIBU Kbl'oKT
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutift'i" In thin column. Ilv ci'iitu per litn'.
I iircriiim. Ktir one mom ti. SHivnN it linir.
Tlio stock of groceries etc., helomong to
the; store of J. C.CUrk.on F.iyhth street will
be sold at cost, in lots to suit purchasers.
All persons indebted to the; establish
merit lire requested to cull ami settle rm 1
thus save costs. S. IJ. Pesn, Receiver.
Ice, fiox tor Sale.
I have a law new Ice I"1' S!l'1'' or
purticulurs as to price, etc., apply ,0 "y
house, corner Ninth ami Cedar streets.
TO rONTRACTOIlS AND lil lLDKUS.
The undersiirued building committee of
the A. M. E. Chinch will receive bids for
the erection of their new buildim; complete,
including materials, until the first of M-iy
next. Tho pluns ami specifications will be
found nt the lumber office ol I,!iiH-iter V
Kiee, on (,'oinniereial avenue. Tiicy tail to
mention one item of requirement, vi: the
building is to be lined umler weat her hoard
ing with one inch hoards. The committee
reserves the right to reject any or all lids.
.Ioiin Tyi.kk, I
W.Thomas, and Coininitto.
V. 0. Cooi'KH, I
The best of uonieil beef in any quantity
desired can he had ut Fred Iveohlcr's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Also manufacturers
of nil kinds of sausages. Call upon Fred
if you want good meats.
Mr. J. 15. Doerini' has purchased the fix
turns formerly used in the barber shop in
the Vincent block and has removed hi;
shop from the snuth wide to the north side
ot Eighth street, back of I!. F. Parkers
paint and wall paper, store. Mr. Doering
now has the completest barber shop in the
city and asks everybody to call upon him
for a first-class hair cut or shave.
lee, Wholesale and Retail.
Iam now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car load lots will receive prompt
attention. F. M. W.uin.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps ol
Cairo for sale, at The I5i.xi.etix office.
A good stork of paper, expressly for
llektogruph use, for sale at Tin; J5n.u-.Tis
Many ralroads have discarded tiie old
maKe of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Horden, Selliek it Co., Agts., Chi
Use TiieCaiho Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the office, 12(10 leaves to the
dozen books. 10 cents each or $1 .') per
ISucMen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
nil kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect flatisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price,
cents per box. For Bale by Oko. K. O il ii,v
Try It! Try It!
I'se the Paragraph Binder. Covets furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tin; C.uuo IJi i.i.i.tin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill lb-ads and
other printed stationery.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thine column, ten rent per line,
cacti in cert ion. Markort
Smoke Schuh's (Jilt Edge five-cent-cigar.
Clerk Taylor, of the lower house of tin
general assembly, has resigned.
V) ihz. Boys' li lts, ." cents each at
New Burnside nnd Belknap elected
temperance local officers at their recent
The latest styles, soft and slilf Hats
just received at A. Marx's.
The bonded indebtedness of Kanka
kee township is $(10,000.
Porter, democrat, was elected minor
of JoUetby lHl majority.
A project is on Pint to connect Bloom
iilgton and Dativurs by telephone.
Kankakee County Sabbath School con
vention will be held in Kankaku; to-day.
For the best line of tlentliancu'n Shoes,
call on 0. llaythorn.
Mrs. Catharine Evans, who ilie.l u
Mcailota, Tuesday, is said to have be -on
111 years of age.
Iiock Island will offer inducements for
the location tit that place of the propose,
new insane asylum.
New stock room and picture mould
ing nnd frames received to-day, at Cole
See notice of groceries at cost by 8. B.
Pi nil, receiver.
A full stock of Hats of all kinds.
Farnbaker, the Clothier.
The contract lias been let to Ed. Scutt,
of Kemper, to build the new Methodist
church at Corlinville.
lo not forget that the best Hue of line
Boots and Shoes are for sale, by O. Hay
thorn. Mr. D. King has the contract for
building a residence cottage on Cross
street for Mr. Bice, business partner ot Mr.
S. 15. P. nii.
Special attractions at thcOolden Grot
to this week to please the ladies.
--1 oiler the best Newport Tie for ono
dollar ever shown in Cairo at the price. O.
-By the death of Mrs. Violetta Keeley,
a pioneer id" (Ireene county, an astute of
sjs.lKiO goes to Sliurtlell' College, Upper
Fine line of Gents' Summer Under
wear just received. Farnbaker, the Cloth
Hon. .1.0. Cunningham, near Cham
paign, made over 200 pounds ot maple su
gar this spring from about '20 maple trees
on his place.
A car loaded with whisky, going from
J'eoria to Indianapolis, took tire near
Blooniington, Wednesdoy night, and was
-Dennis Whalen, a young man from
Kinsman, Grundy county, was found wan
deling insane about Ottawa, Tuesday
tii'.dit, with $210 in his pocdes.
.ii suits, all wool Scotch Caso at
1 2.50 - sold everywhere at 15.00 at A
Marx, the Boss Clothier.
The tire, which occurred in Charleston
Mo., last Wednesday night, destroyei
n -.il ly a whole block nnd caused a loss of
about eight thousand dollars.
At .lohet in. Casev. a prisoner in
the penitentiary, was put in the solitary
Friday night. Wednesday, when the cell
w is opened, he was found hanging by th
- - Check book's, riceipt books, order
bonks, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tin-: Bulletin office.
-Rev. W. F. Whitaker will preach this
niorniii'' and evening at the Methodist
church. Sunday school will be held at
three o'clock this afternoon.
- Another barge load of rock was yes
terday unloaded in the Ohio river close to
the bank at the foot of Eighth street. The
object being to strengthen the levee at that
At the Golden Grotto beautiful flow
ers, elegant decoration and the coldest
soda water in the city.
- We could not get the library column
into type in time for this issue of Tun
Bi xi.KTiN because of the lateness of the
hour at which we received the copy.
A man an employe of Ilalliday
Bio's -whose name wo did not learn, is ly
ing dangerously ill with spinal meningitis
in a room up stairs in one of the houses on
the north side of Sixth street, near Ohio
A large stock of Boys' and Children's
Clothing at Farnbaker, the Clothier.
Hough and Heady hall has been mag
nificently decorated for the occasion ol Mr.
.John Koehler's silver wedding, which is to
be celebrated there to-morrow night.
At the Delta lire company's engine
house Ilcv. 15. Y. George will preach a ser
mon this afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock, which
should be listened to by all who would
spend an hour agreeably and profitably.
Ladies of the city will receive at the
Golden Grotto polite and especial atten
tion. -A variety troupe sailing under several
names- first as "Soroni Novelty troupe"
and then as "The Hibernian Blondes,"
have come to grief in several cities north
of in. Their manager's name is Todd.
-A saloonkeeper of Springfield, named
' Peachy" Burns, was shot in the back by a
party ot roughs night before last. He was
dragged out of his place of business and a
scullle ensued on the street, in the course of
which the shot was fired.
An all Wool Cassimero Suits for Men,
$ 1 0,00. Farnbaker, the Clothier.
- A large number of invitations have
been sent out to the friends of Mr. John
Koehler, asking them to participate in the
festivities which he will inaugurate at the
Bough and Ready fire company's hall to
A number of new sign boards are be
ing erected in various parts of the city in
order to accommodate the large posters of
the various great shows and other amuse
ment troupes that are on their way here
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ami will pcriorm nere witnin n.e. next
week or two.
-The Golden Grotto will not be open mi
Sundays but on every other day of the
week it is the place to get cold soda water,
with pure syrups, tropical fruits, etc.
- Judge Olmsted had one case of disor
derly conduct yesterday and nothing more.
Charles Johnson was the prisoner and ho
was dealt with according to the law, and
sent to tin) calaboose.
- Tlie damages, unstained by the Arab's
steam tire engine in Tailing to the ground,
while being taken off the flat car hero on
its return from tilU Anna fire, are esti
mated to amount to about fifty dollars and
the boys think of sending in a claim to the
state for that amount.
Measures taken for Spring Style Silk
Hats nt A. Marx s.
In another column will be found the
advertisement of Jacob Kite "the ieo
king." He has laid in an immense supply
of the very best ice and proposes to deliver
it to his customers at rock bottom prices
The Golden Grotto, the pride of Cairo
Whyi Because it is in keeping in style
with similar metropolitan cities.
The funeral of the infant boy of Col
ami Mrs. I. B. HmUon to.ik place yesterday
afternoon, at 1 :!I0 o'clock, the remains be
ing taken to Villa Ithlgo for interment
Many sympathizing friends accompanied
the little coffin to its place of burial.
Twenty-five years ago to-morrow John
Koehler. then, and ever since, a citizen of
Cairo, was married and it is his intention
to make the celebration of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of that happy event one of the
most brilliant affairs Cairo society has ever
The books orthe city clerk and treas
urer of Vincennes Indiana were examined a
short time ago and were found to have
been very irregularly kept un.l to call for
over twenty-eight thousand dollars more
cash on hand than there really is.
All the dogs impounded by the dog
cateheis m accordance with the orders of
the city marshal, escaped night before last
bv digging a hole under the
fence. The boys are glad of v
because it they will receive pay for catch
ing them again.
The Chicago, St. Louis & New Or
leans pay-car, which came in a day or two
ago, is still here, the pay master havin
gone to St. Louis after he had paid off all
the employes of the road at this point
He will return to-day or to-morrow, and
then the car will return to New Orleans.
100 suits Middlesex Flannel, warrant
ed Indigo Blue, at 1 12.50, worth .15.50,
at A. Marx's, (II Ohio Levee.
Because of the repairs that are in prog
ress at the Presbyterian church, no services
will be held there to-day; but the regular
morning service will he held at
Turner hall, at the corner of Tenth street
and Washington avenue, at the usual hour.
Sunday school will also be held there in
the afternoon, but there will be no evening
-Much consternation prevailed yester
day among the people living above and be
low Quincy because of the threatened
breaking of the Sny levees and the con
sequent overflow of the farms by the wa
ters of the Mississippi. The river is said
to be within a foot as high as it was last
year ami to be eight miles wide near
-An adjourned meeting of the Presby
terian church will be held m the lecture
room ot the church to-morrow
evening, at winch ine question
of further repairs in and about the church
building will be considered. As the ques
tion is one of importance to all connected
with the church, it is desirable that a very
full attendance of the members be present.
On our first page will be found the ad
vertisement of Dan Ctistello, Cairo's old
favorite, who comes with one of the neatest,
newest and cleanest circuses ever seen up
on the road. Of course the show is a good
one all that is claimed for it in their bills
and advertisements, because Castello was
never known to be connected with any
thing that was not of the very highest class,
and his promises may always be relied
Masculine description of a bonnet:
"The new spring style in bonnets is ju.-d
too sweet for anything. It is made out of
some kind ol stult sort ol delicate in tex
ture and of a rather lightish color, kind
of cut away on the sides and rolled back on
the top and scooped out underneath, and
trimmed with some sort of ribbon stuff that
ooks nice and some kind of other sort of
material that is handsome, and it is all fix
ed on in that kind of way which looks so
much like something that we can't remem
ber, and the whole effort is very exquisite,
reminding us ol a most beautiful some
thing or other whose1 name we can't just at
present call to mind."
Andrew Herd, a negro, was arrested
yesterday by Officer nns lor carrying
concealed weapons ami taken before
Esquire Onborn for trial. He took a
change of venue to Esquire Comings, how
ever, because be believed that the former
would not give him a fair trial. The evi
dence against him was so strong that the
'Squire saw himself compelled to fine An
drew twenty-live dollars and costs. I.clore
Reed had satisfied the law for this offense,
another warrant was issued against him
charging him with having verbally
abused Mr. August Luininer, an tip-town
Mr. .1. R. Cu lningliam, who
received a majority of tho rotes cast
for city attorney at tho recent
municipal election is somewhat vexed
at what he terms "tho lawless act of tho
city council" in declaring the office of city
attorney to be vacant in the face of tho fact
of his election. lie t laiiiis to have been
legalfj elected ami competent to hold the
office ho sought, and he is determined not
to submit ho easily to an attempt to debar
him from the enjoyment of the magnificent
income of tho said office. Acting upon tho
rumors that wore afloat before tho council
met, he looked up the law in cases such as
his and found that no "power on earth
could keep him from occupy
ing, tilling, performing the duties
enjoying the privileges und drawing the lib
oral salary of the office of city attorney of
the city of Cairo." Mr. Cunningham has
made out his side of the case in his own
mind ami when tho proper time presents
itselt ho will overwhelm those who have
sought to rob him of the honor and prof
its of tho office to which, according to
"voxpopuli'Mie is justly entitled.
Tho governor on Friday sent to both
houses of tho general assembly a message
suggested by the recent fire at the Southern
Insane Asylum at Anna. After giving a
history thereof, the governor recommends
an appropriation of $13,000 for temporary
necessities and expenses involved in conse
qiieiiee of the fire. The governor reports
that it will be necessary to rebuild tho
burned portion of the building without
delay, so that it can be occupied by the
tune cold weather sets in. The governor
says: "I am unable to stale how much
the building will cost, but I have ap
pointed a commission to ascertain the
amount of damage done." The message is
concluded as follows: "The action of the
officers, attendants and employes of the
hospital, in the face of difficulties by
which they were surrounded, is worthy of
the highest praise. Great credit is also
due to the citizens of Anna an. I vicinity
for their interest and the assistance render
ed by them. The Fire Departm.int of
Cairo came promptly to the ground at tin
call ot the officers ot the institution, upon
a special train furnished, without charge,
by the Illinois Central railroad company,
and did effective service." The messagi
was referred to the committee on appropri
atins und ordered printed.
It has probably been noticed by all
who have bad occasion to send or receive
messages by telephone that many of the
sounds used in oidinary language and sev
eral letters in the alphabet can not be dis
tinctly understood when uttered through
the telephone. For instance : when in giv
ing the initials of a name sucha.s "Ii. E,
Smith," they almost invariably come to the
listener us"T. G.,"or"l'.T.,"or"D.I. Smith."
J'his difficulty assumes a serious character
when persons wish to .send a di.-patch of
importance to the telegraph ofhee lor train--mission
to some one in another city. An
instance of this kind occurred here only
recently. Some one wishe.l to have a dis
patch sent to a person, whose initials
were "J. S." He stepped to the telephone,
called lor a connection with the telegraph
office and proceeded to read off his dis
patch as he wished to hive it sent.
All was well enough understood except the
initials, "J. S." which the receiver of the
message persisted in calling "A. F.," until,
finally, a happy thought struck the sender
who remarked that probably the full name
was "John Smith," which made "all as
clear as mud" to the receiver and the mes
sage went all right. Several other letters
of the alphabet are liable to cause equal
trouble whenever they are used. E, is lia
ble to be taken for D, , P, T,
15, C, V, and each of these for
the other, etc. Some plan might,
perhaps, be invented by some genius
and adopted by the subscribers, which
would insure accuracy in the traiisinittion,
by telephone, of matter that is to be copied,
or any other message where accuracy is of
- The near approach of the feverish,
blistering weather of June and August ad
monishes us that we iniist have an eye to
the canine species. The work ot collect
ing taxes for the dogs has already been
commenced by the city inars'nall and will
perhaps be vigorously pushed. He pro
poses to pursue a somewhat different policy
than his predecessors have pursued, by
seeking to make owners of dogs pay the
tax on them through process of law. This
policy is all right enough, it has its advan
tages; but it has also the result of preserv
ing the life of many a canine that would
otherwise be sent to "kingdom come," and
in this respect it is a disadvantage. "Kvery
dog has his day" is more of an adage than
an axiom. At all events it is not always
healthy twr the human being to permit the
dog to have his day in the middle of .sum
mer. The man is but a short remove
from a monster, who would not
rather sets every dog in Cairo beheaded,
than to see the most woithlcss human be
ing in Cairo die in the throes of hydropho
bia. Cairo doesn't feed as many dogs ns
New Orleans does; but it is, perhaps, not an
exageration to say that we have as many
dogs as w e have voters. The average family
in Cairo owns about three dogs -arid the
poorer the family the more dog. Thus a
very rich man, whom Bradstreet or some
other mercantile reportor would quote at A
1, won't have any dog, or if ho has one
it will be a six-ounce black and tan. A
poor man, one who has a wife, mother-in-law,
sister and seven children to support,
would be ashamed to own less than a half
dozen dogs, the smallest weighing not less
than a hundred pounds. Every colored
citizen Includes among his personal prop
erty an assortment of well-led dogs, tho
extact nature of whose usefulness is not
known. This vast population of dogs,
though eminently ornamental and furnish
ing no end of midnight music to tlin rest
less tosser, on a fevered couch is a
nuisance of no small proportions.' Scarce
ly a season passes that does not dovelope
from one to half a dozen cases of that hor
rible disease, hydrophobia and it is better
that niiietyfuid nine purps should suffer
IVn7nTT1T "I A TPl TT "4 rmi1-r
nirajA mm tuj
GKO. K. O'3-IA.BA, Proprkiloi-j
Cor. ('oiimii'icial Avi'iiiN'
and Eighteen! h Street.
death than that the life of one human be
ing should be jeopardized. And just at
the rate at which the worthless dogs in tho
city aie destroyed, at that rate will the
danger to the citizens from the rabid dog
be decreased. It would be well, therefore,
that several hundred Cairo dogs should be
made to sleep the sleep that knows no
In a recent number ot the Blooming
ton Bulletin Mr. Oherly suggests that all
the state charitable institutions bo con
centrated, as much as possible, in the centre
of the state and as near to the state capital
as convenience would permit. The reason
given why this should be done is that the
state would be saved large sums of money
that, under present circumstances,
""ni l re money is obtained from the
state for running the institutions than
would be oblained were they all centered
in one portion of the state. Anna anil
Jacksonville and Blooniington and Elgin
and Chicago and Carbondale, among which
cities the state charitable institutions are
im.w iiisiiioiue.i, navo lormed a ring. says
I I . . 1 1 I ! .
the Bulletin, and each says to the other
"Get your men to vote ine what I want and
I'll get my men to vote you what you
want,'' and thus each gets many thousand
dollars yearly more than they need. Asa
remedy 'or this evil and in order to break
the ring, it is suggested that Bloom
lngtoii and .Jat ksuiuillc, or if
possible, l.loomiNgton alone, In; selected as
the most proper because the iuo.it central
ly situated place in the state, for concentrat
ing all the itate institutions. If it is true
that the five or six cities mentioned above,
wnere me .-late maintains some ot its
charitable institutions, can and do control
the state legislature and obtain from it
many thousands of dollars eviry year more
than is neces-ary to conduct them in an
economical manner, and if it true that, by
concentrating tU; said institutions in one or
two cities, in a central portion of the state,
tlu-y could be maintained in an equally
good manner at a greatly reduced cost
then it would, indeed, appear to be
the duly of the I'enend us-
mlily to proceed at once to tin
worn ol concentration, f.ut the question
arise.-: "would not such concentration be
simply a contraction of the
ring and its power:" If the
charitable institutions were all centered at
aeksonvilie and Blooniington, would not
an understanding, similar to the one now
supposed to be existing between eight
Cities, then exist between these two:
'ossibly not, and in that case our name
sakes suggestion, if carried out, would
prove very bcnefiicial to the people at
Mr. Green P. Gamer was in town yester
day and called at Tin; Bi li.etin office.
Messrs. Frank A. Barry and S. M.
Conipton, of St. Louis, Mo., were in Cairo
About eight o'clock last evening Miss
Annie Alvord was resting quietly and her
recovery was assured.
Mrs. Geo. W. Sehellet has been unwell
for several days and was taken quite ill
evening before last.
Mrs. George Poor, ot Dorifjola, arrived 111
the city yesterday and will remain several
days on a visit to her father, Esquire O. A.
Mr. Win. Williamson has gone to Anna,
Ills., to spend Sunday. He went to view
the ruins of the asylum; only this and
Mr. Frank McKee, advance agent for
Burr Robins A; Colton's great show, was in
the city yesterday, preparing for the ap
pearance of the show.
Cai'T. Pai l llovios, of swimming fame,
in a recent comtnimirntinn says: Of lute I
carry a slock of St. .Jacobs oil in my boat,
and I have but little trouble. From con
stant exposure I am somewhat subject to
rheumatic pains, ami nothing would ever
benelU me until I got hold of this great
German remedy. 1 wmild sooner do with
out food for days than be without this rem
edy lor one hour. In (act I would not
attempt a trip without it.
REAL EST AT K CHANGES.
Patrick Fitzgerald and wire to Philomc
Saup; special warranty deed, dated April
2:id, 181, for lots numbered live and six,
in block numbered eighty-two, in the First
addition to the city of Cairo. Considera
tion six hundred dollars.
Robert It. Cunningham, trustee, to John
O. Smith; special warranty tleed, dated
December 28th, 1881, for lots numbered
ono, two, three and four, in block num
bered eighty, in the First addition to tho
city of Cairo. Consideration eight hun
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Till: ICK KING.
It'-adynow, to furnlih and d-liviT U K ,;
qnantlty liotli l,oli-Mie und r.-tail, und m
ROCK BOTTOM PRICED
I ro.p.-rtfully ,ollnt the patrol-Hi;,. ,f all mv oM
V"1 " """')' '"! (.'"arm lh, m
Mil-faction. ,A, ,,, KI.KK.
A Fashionable Event !
The L'Mnjr star of the Day!
ONE yim ONLY!
Tuesday Evening, Ajuil
Kin-t appenrunrn Culro of il. youthful n,
J. H. IIU.NT1.KV,
And a Select New York fonminv
Tuesday Eveiiinjr. Ai.i il r,tl..!J
Shi-rldan Knowleo' (,rat lo-Ninu h
PISK'ES: Adnjiilon : nnd ?rrci:tn.
fMMta i'. rent ejtra, al l)an l Ilartii.au.
KW YORK STOUK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock'
IN TItK f'lTY
COOPS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER fc CO.,
Cor, Nitii-tiicnth Mreet
(J, W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindlinir
constantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents per loud.
At one dollar per loud.
The "trlmniln(fa"aro coarpo i-lmvirn-n and mako
thnbi'M mnnnmr wood for cooking ptirpimciiaH well
thu clii'npi'Kt ever aold In Cul.-o, Kor Mark
mlth'a timi in mttiuK tlrea, tlu-y are nneciinlli-d.
Leavo your orri.ira at the IV nth Htreut wood van!
CLAIM YOUR MONEY.
A (iuin-ml Olllcc of th Uf Ioll-y HoMith' Col
(Tt.n Am-nry or I ho Cnlled HlateH.for the States
of lllinolM. Wincnrmln, ,Minii'"tii ami Iowa liua
l)t.'i!li t-Htnt,lltU-(l in tho city of Clilrano. There If
a Chan value In all Llfo iniiirmce I'ollclf-n. whtlii'r
lapKiMlorln lorcu. For further liiforinalion r
aH'cl Iiik the KHiiiii, apply t l.oral A(ji-nt, if tln-ru
Ih oiii! in your pluce, ntherwini' liy lrtter to
CIIAItl.ES (i yt'lVKY A CO., (iemfral AKentf,
S-l I'orllnnd Work, Clilrairn, Itlinoln.
N. Il.-To tiiHiirc altiuilion to your letter Inclimo
Hcont in l'oatao and wi! will jjive it our timu and
Carina nValrotia of oblninlni; Local Ajji-nrlca
pleaiiu address us at onco and inixk iikkkii
Largo Stock. Fresh Goods
Just Itcceived. Prices Lower
than ever. BARCLAY BROS.