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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 181.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
One: Balletla Building, WMbtaftoi Avenue
RMTERKD AT III FOtT 0FFIC1 Vt CAIRO, IL
LIHOIS, AS SWXX)CLAM KATTKR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF. CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WE ATI! IK RKI'uKT.
Oaibo, 111.. July I. issi
Tiwo, Hr. Ther. Ham. Wind. Vel Weather.
Mailuium Temperature. Wli Minimum Tern-
Riratiir7 i;RinO iWlnchee.
Ivor, M feet Oincuc, Fall, 15 Inches.
Serj't Signal Cor'pi. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, eljbt cent per line for
tratand tve cent per line each eubaeuuent itner
Uou. t or one moutb, 60 cent per line.
A copy of riaio Pacts, by Kellog.
three hundred copies solil In Cairo,
head of a iamily should have one.
at this office.
Rooms for Kent.
Desirable furnidhed rooms, one fur sleep
ing and two for house-keeping.
Mrs. Stanbery, Tenth st.
The Great Triple X.
"XXX. Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
etrtet and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X". is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try '.he "XXX."
Lost and Found Agaiu.
At Avinger & Tharp's restaurant, Ohio
Levee, next City National bank, Sherbet
Lemonade, tho most dolicious of all sum
mer drinks, is served at all hours. Nothing
can compare with it. Try it; drink it,
con, 'comforted and refreshed.
Millinery I Millinery t
I am compelled to change my location
ami, in view of that fuct, am selling out
my tine stock of Hats, trimmed and un
trimmed, Notions, Flowers, Feathers and
Plumes, Jewelry and all goods in my line
at ost aud many of these articles below
cost. Ladies who do not think I have bar
gains for them should call and see.
Mrs. 8. Williamson.
A good, steady, honest boy to go in a
tin store and loam the trade. Apply to A.
Ten good men to wk at driving piles,
etc., on foundation of bridge piers at Mon
roe. La. Waircs 12 21 to 12 50. Free
, transportation from Vicksburg to work
Apply to M. Paxton & Co., Vicksburg.
liooERS & Scvixr, Contractors.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that has been left in
my care will be sold for money due on
Batno. Cillon Mrs. L. J. Burns.
Second door from St. Patrick's church.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John U. Lane,
Cairo, 111b., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponies. En
quire at G. M. Alden's commission store.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor Balo at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts ot the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakec, 111. Tel
c-phone No. &2. F. M. Ward.
Many ralroads have discarded the ol
mane of scales, substituting the improved
Howe: Borden, Sellick & Co., Agts., Chi
cage j (3)
The very best family medicine is
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pil.'a, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0).
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, lover sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skia eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice Id thee
MVkaT?M' Un CMM '
Smoke Schuh's "Oilt Edge."
Tho grand jury was also in session at
tho court house yesterday.
A new floor is being laid in th dry
goods establishment of Mr. J. Burger.
Wanted a respectablo girl or woman to
cook and do general housework. Apply
at Tub Bitleti office. . :
Tho habeas corpus case of Willard
and Stitson, of Anna, did not come up for
trial yesterday afternoon; but, it was
thought, would have the attention of Judge
Bnker, at the court house, last night.
See notice of rooms to rent in special
The county commissioners did not
meet ycstei day as it was expected they
Two hundred very flue Cassimere," all
wool, suits, all colors, for men's wear, only
112.50- worth $18.00, atthe Palace. J. Bur
ger A Bro.
Several fonts of new wood type, and a
large invoice of other material for poster
and streamer work, was received at The
Bulletin office yesterday.
County court met pursuant to previous
announcement, at the court house yesterday
uiorniug, but adjourned, without transact
ing any business, until next Tuesday.
Messrs. Burger Bros., of tho Palaco
Clothing house, are having their establish
ment enlarged by the removal of the rear
parttiion. Mr.Frank Cherry, with assistants,
is doing the work.
Bor Wanted to clerk in a clothing
store; must be 15 or 10 years old, and havo
good recommendations. Apply at Tub
Another improvement is being added
to tho premises of the nalliday House by
the proprietors. It is a largo, handsome
fountain in the yard ot tho hotel. The
basin is already flushed and measures
about twenty feet in diameter.
Our readers will find the card of Dr.
Leach, homoophathlc physician in profes
sional column th's morning. Dr. Leach
has been very successful in his practice
here and is doing a great deal to advance
the stauding of his school of medicine.
In a financial statement issued recently
by the Land League of Ireland, it is Btated
that, during, the week previous there, had
been received in donations from various
sources, 1,587, ot this amount 1,200 camo
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
Mr. Matt P. Walsh, jr., was over como
with heat yesterday between eleven and
twelvo o'clock. He received prompt medi
cal attention and was doing well at last
accounts. Another man named Joseph
Sutcr was also affected in a similar man
ner, but not BeriouBly.
Mr. James has ordered the restoration,
after the 1st proximo, of mail service on
route No. 29,003 from Vicksburg to
Greenville at the same rate of compensa
tion paid under the old contract with Major
John D. Adams. Also that service on
oute 29,004 Memphis to Greenville be
Increased one trip per week at an advance of
iu,uuu per annum, oeing pro rata conipt j
sntion under the existing contract.
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5, 6, C'g and 10
Just received at TnK Bulletin office.
Get samples and prices.
Yesterday's real estate record : Thos.
G. Wilson, George Hubbard and wife, and
Amanda Wilson, to Ephraim Miller;
special warranty deed, date July Oth, 1881,
for lots thirty and thirty-one, in block
thirty-three, in the, first addition to tho
city of Cairo.
William B. Gilbert and wife to Robert
II. Cunningham; quit claim deed, dated
July 11th, 1881, for lot three, in block
forty-nine, in the city of Cairo.
At about half past eleven o'clock
yesterday forenoon, tho team of Mr. Henry
Breihau, which was standing on Eighth
street, betwoen the avenues, unattended,
took fright at something and started for
home. In turning the corner down Com
mercial avo., the waj;on nearly turned ovtr,
scattering boxes and bottles of soda water
all over tho street, to the great dolight of
the boys, who gathered it up and poured it
down with evident great relish. Nov. much
harm was done to the team.
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Bcgent and WeBt
lock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenuo corner Twelfth street.
For the month of Juno tho report ot
Lnitcd States Marean Surgeon Carter at
this station is as follows: Number of pa
ticnts remaining under treatment from the
month before, nineteen; number of patients
admitted during the month, thirty-three;
number of patients discharged, thirty;
number remaining under treatment, twenty
two; total number of days relief, furnished
during the month, five hundred, eighty
three; number of outside patients relieved,
sixty-eight; number of applicants rejected,
Yesterday the city, especially tho hotels
andthecourt house, was crowded with coun
try folk from this and adjoining counties.
The trial of R. 8. Reynolds seemed to bo
the magnet which attracted most oi them
here. One of Cairo's brightest lcgul lights
predicts that the trial will be short and
sweet, and end as others have done beforo
it. It is likfilv that till) Ininrnaf in trio
court proceedings will bo kept up to its
present bight througout the term, as a num
ber of important cases are awaiting dis
posal. -Circuit court convened yesterday with
Judge Browning In the bench. The entire
day was consumod in an attempt to got a
ajury in the Reynolds murder case. Tho
regular panel of twenty-four men was
cxhttUHtod without obtaining a single juror
hu'1 an order was issued for one hundred
more jurors, who will bo examined to-day.
The defenso and prosecution havo each the
right to reject twenty men without assign
ing any cause; of this privilege the former
has availed itself thrice and the latter
The uiillitary company met at the
council chamber last night and completed
arrangements for final organization.
Twenty men were eworn in and tho required
n uin her of members have been obtained so
that the state officer, whoso duty
it is ' to organize the militia
companies of the state, can
bo sent for at any moment. The regular
meeting nights of the organization were
also fixed and will hereafter be Monday
and Friday nights.
Night before luBt tho body of Miss
Lucy Naylor, who was drowned in May
field creek on Friday, was discovered.
Miss Puss Naylor, who together with Miss
Ellen Lehigh, of this city, was rescued in a
drowning condition' by her brother, was
said to be at the point of death last night.
Miss Lehigh, however, is nearly alright
again, which is glad news to her parents.
Much excitement prevails in the country
around tho home of the Misses Naylor, as
they were . well known and universally
Tho maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) wore as fol
lows : Chattanooga, Tenn., 07 ; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 00; Davenport, Iowa, 85; Dubuque,
Iowa, 80; Keokuk, Iowa, 05; LaCrosse,
Wis., 81; Loavenworth, Kaa., 04; Louis
ville, Ky., 100; Memphis, Tenn., 08; Nash
ville, Tenn., 99; Omaha, Neb., 02; .Pitts
burg, Ph., 05; Shreveport, La., 08; St.
Louis, Mo., 00; St. Paul, Minn., 71 ; Vicks
burg, Miss., 08; North Platte, Neb., 70;
Bismarck, Dak., 72; Dodge City, Kan., 95;
Yankton, Dak, 81.
A communication dated June 20th,
has come to Land from Europe. It is full
of interesting details and woulp find a wel
come place in The Bulletin's columns if
it were not so very long. It would fill at
least three columns in tho paper, which is
more than three times as long as it to
ought to be. If all correspondents could
but be persuaded to condense their views,
even upon the most vital subjects, to a
space Hot to exceed one column or less, their
communications would always bo received
with pleasure by the publisher, their read
ers would not bo bored, and they them
selves would not be disappointed.
Owing to the warm weather the
Young People's tcniieranco association
concluded to meet in the beautiful grouuds
at tho residence of Mr. S P. Wheeler
yesteiday evening. Nearly all the members
of tho association was present. The preri
dent, Miss Jennie Wilson, presided over
the meeting and the secretary, Miss
Edith Martin, kept the record. The most
important business transacted was thp
election of officers for the ensuing year;
these are as follows: Miss Jennie
Wright, president; Mr. Geo. S.
Fisher, first vico president;
Miss Fannie Barclay, second vice-presi
dent; Miss Edith Martin was re-elected
secretary and Miss Mamie Sproat treasurer.
After adjournment several hours were
spent in social talk and eating ice cream
In speaking of the races which came
off at the park in this city on the 4th in
stant, the Murphysboro Independent
speaks thus of one of Cairo's favorites:
"Julia Purslow, tho favorite buggy mare
and roadster, formerly owned by J. B.
Mayham, of this place, and which O'IIara
and Lippet, of Cairo, were fortunate
enough to purchase and now own, was an
easy winner in tho buggy or road wagon
trot at Cairo, on the 4th, taking the first
prize in two straight mile heats, on a half
mile track, pulling a lieavy buggy and a
a driver of 100 pounds, over a heavy track,
beating two good and well trained horses
in less than three minutes. Considering
the road, wagon and weight, and the case
with which she accomplished her task,
'Julia' nmy well bear the title 'Queen of
Tho manner in which Judgo Harkcr
was injured, and extent of his wounds is
given in a concise account in the lost num
ber of Barton's Free Press, as follows:
"The excitement in this city, last Sunday,
over tho condition of President Garfield was
heightened by a repot I that Judgu Marker
k'd been .evercly, if not fatally, injured
tho night beforo. A halt dozen different
stories were put m circulation, one to the
effect that Judge Harkcr, whilo standing
on the railroad truck had been knocked
down and run over by a car. In the mean
time dispatches wero received, nuking that
a carriage be prepared to receive him when
bo should arrive. At length Mrs. Harkcr
received a dispatch to go to Effingham,
where her husband was. She went up on
Tuesday evening, accompanied by Prof.
Brownlce. This geutlemau was the first to
givo any definite information regarding the
accident. Judge Harkcr was returning
from Chicago on Suturday night. When
the train was leaving Hyde Park, ho was
sitting at the car window, his elbow rest
ing on the sill. A freight train was
running lit an opposite direction, from
which a piece of timber-projected, having
been shaken from its place. Tho timber
struck tho judge's loft elbow as it rested on
the window sill. The bonea cracked !!ko
pistol shots, and soma of the passengers
cried out that he had shot himself. A phy.
sician Dr. Groves and Mr. Rhinehart, of
Effingham, were in tho same car, and came
to his assistance, His arm was placed in
splints, and his dislocated elbow put la
place. It became evident that he could
not reach home, and that he must recbive
prompt attention, or the result would be
dangerous. Prof. Browulee writes that
his arm was in a horrible condition, but
would be saved, and that his friends need
fuel no uneasiness. At the tiniotif writing
the judge was suffering considerably, but
tho worst was over."
Guiteau is not insane and the lawyers
will have an imposshle task to mako any
jury adjudge him go. All tho steps leading
to tho assassination indicate the most me
thodical and calculating sanity. The penalty
for Guiteau's crime is lamentably dispropor
tioned to its magnitude. Under the laws of
tho District assault with intent to kill is
punishable by eight years' imprisonment;
second offence 15 years. Tho secoud shot
fired at tho president might be regarded as
a second offense; and to it may be possible
to secure a term of 22 years imprisonment.
Lawyers, however,thinklhc most that can bo
done is to secure a conviction on a count for
each shot making 10 years in all. This is
too little tor such an assault upon the sover
eignty of the people; nothing short of death
should expiate such a crime. A murderous
assault on the president or vice-president
should bo punished by death. It is treason
of the deadliest sort, and should bo made
such by amendment to the constitution.
Tho excessive heat of tho last few
days has caused many of the citizens of
Cairo to leave in search of a cooler atmos
phere. It is not common that the ther
mometer in Cairo reaches the point at
which it has stood for several days past,
hence it is taxing persons who are easily af
fected by the heat to the utmost to endure
it. Yesterday tho thermometer in some
shady portions of the city reached
above one hundred one hun
dred and four, in one place,
and those who wero compelled to labor in
the sun suffered considerably. Yet, com
paratively speiking, the general health of
the citv has been very good, but few grown
people being sick, and tho deaths were
mostly children who wero suffering wilh
summer complaint. Tho sanitary condi
tion of the city, though it is not as good as
it might be, is by no means such that it
can be said to cause disease. During the
absence of our worthy health officer,
Mr. John B. Phillis, the entire police
is constituted a board of health w hich
makes it it's duty, jointly and severally, to
abate every nuisance of a dangerous char
acter that may bo brought to their notice.
The exodus of citizens is. therefore, not due
to Cairo's unhealthy condition, but is
chiefly chargeable to the extreme heat ot a
few days past to which the average Cairoite
is not at all accustomed.
A horse belonging to a negro named
Merriet Wright was overcomo with heat
yesterday afternoon and fell near the Tenth
Btreet pump, where lie lay until
late last night, every effort
to restore him proving fruitless. A
society for the prevention of cruelty to ani
mals, would have ample opportunity to
exercise itself now and could do much
good. Some owners and drivers of horses
or mules use no judgement at all in their
treatment of tho animals; they do not seem
to know, although the fact has been often
forcibly impressed upon their minds, that
the beasts of burden havo feelings
as well as they can suffer as well
as they without giving to their
ignorant, cruel masters any signs except, at
last, the death groans, which tell tho story
of patient suffering ended forever. Never
a day passes but what may bo seen some of
the many teamsters in the city forcing thir
animals to run through the streets at the
top of their speed, without any regard
whatever to the ordinances of the city which
prohibit it, or tho laws ot humanity, or
even self interest, which would require
that they take good care of the poor dumb
brutes and temper their labor to their
strength ami the ever changing weather.
If one or two .of these careless, ignorant,
inhuman humans were brought to justice
by the officers of the city, thcro would prob
ably I f fewer cases of brutal treatment of
animu s; for, as a rule, tho wretch who is
most hardened to the sufferings of others,
is in mortal fear when his own miserable
carcass is threatened. Give tho real brutes
tho extent of tho law.
A Talented Lady's Views.
Mrs. C. F. Fleming, State Lecturer of
Missouri, and also an artist of rare merit,
whose picture of Adelaide Ncilson is pro
nounced, by tho press to bo tho most beau
tiful portrait in tho United States, in a re
cent letter said : "I have been troubled
with kidney disesso since my childhood,
and it finally culminated in chronic catarrh
of the bladder. It would be Impossible
tor mo to describo how much I havo suf
fered, and I had abandoned all hope of
ever being cured. I wa, however, rccom
raonded to try Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Giro, and it has done mo more good
than tho combined skill of all the physi
cians I havo ever tried during my entire
life." Such testimony is lieyond question,
and proves the vilua to all ladies of tho
remedy it advocates.
"Pour on Oil." -L.
P. FolTolt, Marion, O., status that ha
has used Thomas' Eclectric Oil for burns,
and has found nothing to equal it in sooth
ing tho pain and giving relief. Paul G.
Boils, pimples on tho face, salt Rheum,
old tores, and all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear like magic when Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Searcher is used.
The Fourth iHas Passed
Ami in order to close out our large stock of goods anil to
make room for extensive repairs and additions which we
contemplate to our store, we offer our entire stock of goods
at greatly reduced figures.
Thisis ahonafideoffer and all should take advantage of
Mr. Burger is still in New York, buying largely of bar
gains, and these, as fast as they arrive, will be offered to the
public in addition to our present stock, at prices to suit all
lower than ever.
Call aiid examine our i k and be convinced of our sin
cerity. J. BURG EH,
121 Commercial Avenue.
OP PRESIDENT GAB FIELD.
Washington, D. C, Monday morning, 2
o'clock, tho news from the white house is
still favorable. The president's condition
was better yesterday than on any previous
day, and all the symptoms were for the
best. The nation's honored chief has more
than a fighting chance to win.
Washington, D. C, July 11th, 9 a. m.
The president has passed a comfortable
night. His condition shows an improve
ment over yesterday. Pulse, 08; tempera
ture, 09 1-5; respiration, 22.
Washington, I). C, July 11th, 7 p. m.
The president has had rather more fever
this afternoon ; in other respects his condi
tion unchanged. Pulse, 108; temperature,
102 810; respiration, 21.
Mr. Gus Botto r. ill go to Dixon Springs
to-day for a stay of a week or two.
Mr. Thomas P. S. Home returned from a
visit to Columbux, Ky, on Saturday.
Mrs. E. A. Burnett leavts this morning
for Dixon Spring to be gone several weeks.
Mr. Louis Bross, son of Judge F. Bross,
arrived in the city Sunday afternoon from
Mr. Andrew Schroeder and wife and Mrs.
Ike N. Smilh and children have returned
home from their visit to tho springs.
Mr. M. p. Fulton leaves this morning
for Dixon Springs, called there by a dis
patch stating that his little son is seriously
Mr. R. II. Cuuiiirighani and family will
go to Spring Lake, Ottawa county, Michi
gan to-morrow, where they will spend two
or three months in an endeavor to keep
A workingman says: "Debt, poverty
and suffering haunted me for years, caused
by a sick family and large bills for doctor
ing, which did no good. I was completely
discouraged, until one year ago. by tho ad
vice of my pastor, I procured Hop Bitters
and commenced their tiso, and in one
month we were all well, and none of us
have been sick a day since; and I want to
siy to all poor men, you can keep your
families well a year with Hop Bitters for
less than ono doctor's visit will cost."
Sihck vitality or nervous strength Is en
gendered most speedily by the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphltcs,
it is the remedy calculated not only to miti
gato the violence of wasting diseases, and
induce a rapid recovery, but also to protect
such as use it from being attacked by epi
It Heads the List.
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or irre gularities
of the system, Burdock Blood
Bitters have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate relief. Price $1.00,
trial sizo 10 cents,
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Acgloct frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. ! Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsaulB, but set directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief m
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having oeen
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an eutiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
A COOKING STuVE for Mle, with two Iron pot
two bales puis and tw griddle: will b .old
fur U-n dolltf. Apply t Hnlletlu uftleo.
ALL pf ron who hire to tu failed to pay atit-n-lion
to the notice Riven them to pay llieir
irect taxea. arc requested to do o ImmedtatHy or
lvgal ttepa will be taken aealnM tbm.
Til A B Kit AETKU. Collector.
rpo WIIOM ITMAY CONCERN:
All p.TKOD. holding building certiorate of the
Cairo Turn Uemeinde are hrrebr rrqnrttud to pru
ent th fame to 8. Schwann?., (City hn .-ry). for
payment, from June I:llb, 11, to June I'lth. lifti.
JOHN A. KOKHLKB,
i KD. A. BIDKK,
OPENED J LNE FIRST.
IttiaituatedlnPopeConnty, Illlnol. In pnr
of the Ozark MonnUIni, Lalf way between Yleuua
and (iolconda. it
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICR IS ABCNIMNCK. The table I pread
with all the dulicaciu of thj ean. The
water are mineral, appetizing and health giving,
and their beneficial effect are felt Immedlntely.
J. K. BKUU'N, Proprietor.
OP TUB COMMTION
or th a
Alexander County Bank.
Caiho, III., July lat, 1431.
.'".. .u Lfi.mu U.Q.. , ( JJ
Due from other bank...
Cash, including opecle 37,17-.' 46
m-ai r.diaia ana lurnuure m.ihi xi
Eipenie, Including taxes 8,473 e'
Capital atork paid In M
Surplu fund .T.
DepoKlt. , .
..... 7 Mi IM
... b ill 111
We, V, Itroai, president, and II. Well cnvhler, do
eolemuly awear that the above tatemout la true to
the best of our knowledge and belief.
F. DROSS, PrcHldeut,
II. WELLS, Caviller.
Subscribed Dd eworn to before mo tbl 7th day
of July.lSSl. ALntgntO.MJNVN.
STOVES AND TIIIWAKE.
gTOVESI STOVES I!
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDEIl.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
I PAINTER'S MANUAL Motno and sign paint
. Ins, fraintiijt. varnlihln, pollnhlnir. kalaomlnn;
Ac. HO eta. Itook of Alphabet., Ml. llook or Fancy
Alphabet. BO. Hln, Carriage, Car, Krenco, anil
Decorative Painting, no, Japanei ornamentation
3. Standard Ulan Writer, $4. Standard Ncroll
Ilook, $1. Scroll and Ornament, t'"'A0lP.hy
Uf book-aller or by mall. JBtWK HANKY A
CO. lltfNsttau street, N. Y.