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THH DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
IKi-o; bUltnllU HUUUIUB, KiutiUUBUiU Avnuue
BN1K.KKO At XUt POST OtflCt IN CAiKo, IL
MNOI9, AS HKOONn-ri.ASH MATTRR.
.-KfluuL PAI'KKUP 1'ITY AND CUL'NTV
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntirea In tins eolumn. went cents per line fur
fliUnlflv cetila pur tn:o eai B tileiin'nUiijr
tion. Kor oiih week. )cunl per liuo. iur ou
inoiithifeOceuti ior liuu.
Wi' are lUlh'irlt'l to Miiiiutlino I ho im a of
AllObl'll si OHuOA hh it cuiiilidute f.ir n-rhx-tiontotuHOllKiMirAliieriuauulttiu
At tbo uutulnx cilj ekclioii.
We are autlnirizedlu atr oioicn lint TI10. W.
KU.I.IIHV a fitinli.Uin lor m ulicllnii a Al
d iriiian from Ihu Kiflli wuru Ml tlio curuiiirf city
We ar anthnn.(l to Hiinotinco that Mr. II. K.
BbAKKwiH Iw Ik cuii'll'Hii' for ru-u'ii'ctlon Id tbo
city l oiinoll from itm TUlrJ ward at thu dubuibk
Use Tub Cairo Bim.ktin pcrfiitftti.il
scratch-book, made' of calendered jute
(vanilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
Baits, in tliroe sizes, nt the ollice. No. 2 ami
8. five nil. I ton cents each by the single one,
by thu dozen or by thu hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Mn. F. L. GKitMiio.v will oju-n a now
barbershop on Sixth street near Com
mercial avenue, on the loth.
House on south sidu of Fourth street, near
Washington avenue suitable for business
or boarding house. Enquire of 11. Bui k,
corner of Fourth street ami Washington
Grand Opeu'mg- and Gran I Display
Of millinery and fancy goods, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, April M, 11 and 15,
1333 at Mrs. t5. Williamson V, Seventh
street, one door west of Commercial avenue.
You are cordially invited to come and
look through our elegant assortment of
Notico is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore exia'-'mij between
the undersigned under the linn mine of
''Livings it Jones" has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent, A. i. Living
withdrawing from the firm, and Hugh 1.
Jones collecting all debts due. the linn and
assuming all liabilities.
A. Q. Livixus.
II it: II 1'. Jj.Nl.S.
Cairo, Ills., April Ittli,
Mk. Gehniuax invites his friends to call
at his new shop on Sixtn street.
Receipt books, Cairo da'o line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at the Cairo !ul!etin
A Ni:w Baiu:i:k Shop neat and hand
somely equipped just opened by F. L.
Gernigon in the building, corner Sixth and
Commercial. Call and see him.
A Popular Tonic
roil WEAK U'MiS AN CONSI'MPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption '.n the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, l as ever met with the
indorsements of phyriciams or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Hock ami live." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters ami testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
nlcasant taste and nereeabli! flavor, will
satisfy all those who are utuietcd or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of th" re
lief to be. secured by thu use of Tolu, Hock
and Kyc.! Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutlce In tbc columns, ton cent per Mini,
tich lusertlon. Marked
Goto the opera house to night.
New wall paper at Jefl Clark's.
Imported potatoes, fifty bhls, for sale
at f 2.25 per bid. G. II. Jackson tc Co.
ITarry Walker's Comiquo band, with
Al. Gobs in the lead, was out yesterday af
ternoon, making sweet music.
Buy Dado window curtains from Jeff
M. Clark. tf.
Byron at the opera housu to-night. A
good play and a splendid company.
The remains of Mr. Joseph L. Wrench
were buried at Beech Grove cemetery yes
"10,000 Miles Awny" a sequel to
"Across the Continent." No one should
misB it to-uignt, last etiance, at the opera
This i the first visit to Cairo of Hymn's
Great Comedy company and to night is
their last appearance. Secure your seats
early, !533 laughs in three hours.
Sunday night the Knights Teniplai of
Cairo Commend ary No. l.'j, attended Eas
ier services at the church of the Bcdocnicr
in a body and in full uniform,
All latest stylus of wall paper at Jeff
Blanks to be filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will b furnished
free of charge on application at Tim Bib
I.KTJ l office. tl.
Easter services were largely attended
in neatly all churches in this city, both
morning and evening, lust fjutuKy. The
service were generally more than usually
-Sea Jell' Clark's wall piper before
A meeting of the subscribers to the
'First Lake iund" will be held at Mystic
Krew hall Wednesday night. All sub
seribers are requested to attend. It
To day is the Iat s.le of goods at the
Arlington Hotel at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.,
when will bo sold: Bedsteads and beds,
Feather Pillows and a complete outfit of
Kitchen Wares, Carpets, Chairs, stoves, &c.
The last and only opportunity of see
ing the greatest comedy company that has
ever visited Cairo will occur to night,
when "10 000 Miles Away" will be put on
the boaids at the opera house, in a manner
that has never been excelled.
An elegant set of colors for the steamer
City of Cairo have at rived from St. Louis.
Tiioy will be presented to the steamer next
Friday, when shevill be at our wharf en
mute on her first trip from St. Louis to
Thu Ilalliday guards gave a ball at
ILirtnmn's hall hist night, which was an
unusually brilliant affair. A large num
ber of young people were present and all
enjoyed themselves hugely. The boys were
out in full uniform and made an aitractive
Mr. Phelps, of Muscatine, Iowa, has
bought out the photographic establishment
of Mr. Mt Knight, and will continue the
work at the same establishment, on Sixth
street. Mr. Phelps is a pleasant gentleman
anil a nun .vim understands his business,
Q9 all will Hurt who call on him.
A nice little party of Cairoites went to
Fort Jefferson on the steamer Three States
Sun lay. The weather 1 ing fine, the trip
was a very pleasant one for all. The fort
is a beautiful place even this early in the
season. The trees are green ami the bills
are carpeted with green, sprinkled with a
variety of flowers, ferns, etc.
One of the oldest draymen in the ci ty,
Mr. Wrench, died suddenly Saturday
night. ITebad been confined to his limine
fjr several days with some aodoiniu il dis
order; S it u rd ay evening bu hal been up
and laid down again; soon after he was
heard to groan and throw himself violently
about in the bed ; a doctor w as imiiiedi itely
called, but to Into to render any assistance;
the old man passed away within a few min
utes afterward. Ho leaves a number of
relatives and many friends.
The last seeding of winter wheat, in
Illinois .yJ7i!.;573 acres, is less by
27"),','f:ii nercs that of tlio previous crop.
The growth of wheat is more forward than
at corresponding dates for several years.
Tlie condition April 1 promises more than
an nvrage yield per acre for the state. The
condition in the northern division is 2 per
cent above an average; 0 percent of thr
area destroyed by Hoods and 7 per cent of
the urea winter killed. The condition in
the central division promises an avenge
yield per acre; 7 per cent of tlio the area
destroyed by fl ods ind 7 p :r cent of thu"
area winter killed. The condition in the
south division is 3 per cent above an aver
age; (i per cent of the area destroyed by
floods and 10 percent winter killed.
"Acro-'S the Continent," by the Oliver
Dmid Byron combination, drew a good au
dience at t!iu opera house last night, The
play is a scries of pleasant and startling
surprise's to the audience, and as it was
played last night, left the impression for
the time being that it was
an occtiranco in real life. The
variety of acting r quired in its production
requires varied talent and enables the au
dience to see wherein each actor or actress
excels. Hut thu Byron Combination is ev
idently composed of persons who excel in
all styles of acting, for, each did every part
equally wed and all received the frequent
hearty applause of thu audience. Humor,
sentiment, comedy and tragedy all were
happily combined in the pice and were
powerfully pres' tiled by tin1 performers, 'f lie
audicneewas one of the best pleased that
has gathered in the opera house.
The announcement of Alderman B. F.
Blake as a candidate for re election to office
of Alderman from the Third ward appears
iu this issue of Tim Bi.'i.t.i tin. This Bi i.
i.K'i in takes much pleasure in making this
announcement because Mr. Blake has been
a valuable member of the city council for
the last two years, lie has been watchful
ol the inten s's of the city ut all times arid
as chairman of the street committee and
member of other impoitant committees be
has always been among tlio most enuigetic
and done much valuable work for tie! pub'
lie, while neglecting his own business, lie
h-is done miicli good work, wi'lmut profit
or glory, and the people of the Third ward
could not select better man to represent
them in thu council.
The Juiii'shoro Gazette utters the senti
ments of the people all along the line of
the narrow gauge road when it sns (small
capitals tin r own): "Thu St. Louis A
Cairo 11. I. company have givui amort,,
gage on the nad to Sinither.i A Horsey to
the amount of f.'jlun.ODO. This will put
them in fund-. Now h t them to yj to
work and fix up their line into Cairo. This
uik ano'it riiiiiiing to Mound City in nil
'bodl.1 Ot tlt'I iit't.H WANT UA!l,l!0.lj,).
MINICATIoN Willi CAIHO, AM) l'AII) MoM;y
ym that i'i.tu'osi:. Let first clam coaches
be put oil, mid quick titnu be Hindu. Let
us have ih. m,, re ft,;i: Imess. With more
tlian (wo million dollars in baud, if the
Canimt now bu hi ulu Uibt class, and a
benefit to the people on the line, it should
be abandoned as a failure."
The sub-committee of five of thu citi
zens' committee- of twenty-five met at the
ollice of Messrs. Wood Hittenhouso & Hro
yesterday, for the purpose of preparing a
icport to thu parent committee, which
will probably meet in thu council chamber
Wednesday night. Thu sub coinmitte had
i .t'..i e i
nut nine oi which to iorni a . re).' rt, as
nothing definite has been heard from the
several railroad companies with which it
has been negotiating. No reply hud yet
been received from the officials of thu Wa
bash railroad to the plat showing the ex
tent and location of thu embankment re
quired to be built, sent them by thu sub
committee about two weeks ago, and the
narrow gauge company's action, of course,
depends upon this reply. i,ut the sub
committee concluded to report what pro
gress it has so tar made in its negotiations
and let the parent committee determine
w hether or not further steps shall be taken.
Yesterday morning a lorce of about
sixty five men were put to work to dig a
trench through the Mississippi kvu near
where thu new and the old me joined, for
the purpose of laying down a sewer of
large capacity in accordance wi'h the sug
gesiiiin of Captain W. P. Ilalliday. Last
Sunday the mayor and city council visited
the Mississippi levee for tbo purpose of
satisfying themselves that the suggestion was
practicable and would, if carried out, pro
duce the results desired, namely, the drain
ing out of thu city most, if not all, of the
sipe water in a short space of time. The
mayor and council were satisfied tint the
plan suggested would t fleet this good le
sult, and they ordered that thu levee be cut
at the point named preparatory to laying
the sewer. This wolk will lie finished to
day, then the narrow ridge devidiug Lake
Edwards and thu pond above Twentieth
street will bu cut and these two ponds of
water will pass out of the sewer together,
much to thu relief of those living within the
territory now covered by them.
The latter part of Ia4 week n man
iiinieu Campbell was taken down with
small pox in the marine hospital station,
and one day afterwards another man named
Jesse Waxlox, a river man, also iifli.eted
with tic; disease, was admitted. T hese two
are the only cases of the disease in the
hospital now. Campbell is doing tolerably
well, but Waxlox was rather low yesterday,
the chances for his recovery being "few and
far between." The old Bumgard rookery
continues to be infested with the di-"i.se.'
A woman and two children, who were ex
posed to the Iloustou case, show symptoms
of the disease. At the request of Chief
Myers, Dr. Carter visited the premise yes
terday and found one of the girlsyisthu
chief had stated, in a very bad state with
the, disease. The other members o:' the
family are not down with it, but mitiier
are they well, and their ailment is also
doubtless small-pox as they were nil direct
ly exposed to the disease. The little girl
referred to was expected to die yesterl ty.
Mr. Caswell, living on Twenty-third, who
has been suffering with a mild case of the
disease for nearly a week, is nuuiyull
In compliance with a call publi-hed in
Sunday's Bn.i.KTiN Mr. Thomas W. Ilalli
day to-day consents to agdn make the race
for Aldernwn from the Fifth ward, an 1 his
announcement appears in another iluinn.
As a member of the council for two suecs
ivcjterms Mr. Ilalliday has shown hn,e!f to
bu gifted with more th in ordiuary ability
in the management of public nffnK His
good judgment, his thorough ktowledge
of all matters pertaining to the c i t , acquir
ed only by constant attention nid study,
and his ability to present the varors sides
of the matters under con.sidcral on in u
powerful manner, have made linioneof
the most influential members the city coun
cil ever had. To his good judgment and
energy aru dun many of the important ac
tions of tne ci'y council, actions which bear
thu unmistakable impress of wisdom and
general public good. As stated in Mr.
Iladiday's card of acceptance nutters of
importance to thu city at largo lire to to he
piiBiud upon by the council iu tic near fu
ture, and it is well that men of experience
should he oil hand to dispose nf them in
telligently ami for thu city's "reatest in
terest. Mr. Ilalliday should he and, of
course will be, re-elected by tie people of
the Fifth ward.
Ono of the strongest pro' fs of (Jm cor
rec tnei-s of dipt, W. P. Haiti lay's theory
as to the exact manner in winch the sipe
water finds its way into the iity from the
Mississippi river, can bo seen now on the
Mississippi levee. Inside tie leveo the
sipe water is from two to six feet deep ami
stands fifteen 'or twenty feet above the
level of thu rivcro that there is no pres
sure from tlio outside, but considerable
from the inside. It is reasonable to sup
pose, therefore, that if, as Ciqitaiu Ilalliday
claims, the sipe water cone s m from the
river through th'i sail J strain only a few
feeibelowjthu surface of the ground, then it
shouldnow that thu outside pr, Smiro js t,n.
tiiely !u.ived, lind its wm em noain by
the s'linu menus. And tins is indeed tbo
case. At a point not far fr uu the intersec
tion of the two levees, niimermn MrcHiulets
of clear water bubble from the i i v r bank
and run down toward the livu wiih a rip
ple, carrying with them parti, !,. 0f ( t t h
and wearing a tiny rut in ih i hmk as they
go, They spring from the hm, i u point
about eight feet below the smi'ice and, at
present, ahuiil ten above the level of tho
river. They are not Been except in certain
localities, which proves that thu soil is not
of a uniform character, ami while it per
mits sipage in some places it is impervious
to water in others. Furthermore, it is a
fact (and anyone who will take the trouble
to examine into the matter for himself will
ho satisfied) that where those tiny springs
bubble forth from the banks outside
tho levee, there are unnii-takable signs
of a sandy ridge, near tho suil'nco of the
ground, inside thu levee. At onu point,
close to the base of the inside slope of the
levee, where the sipe water has disappear
ed, may bo seen little mounds of pure sand,
lying on top of the ground, as it aus torced
up through thu suiface soil by the sipe
water when it eamu in from thu river. It
is also known by gciilkuien who were
theiuto see it, that ut poims inside the
new levee, just opposite to those points on
the river bank where the tiny streams now
run, thu sipe water caniu up in streams
several inches in diameter nnd with great
force some weeks ago when the river' out
side was high. No better evidence can be
given to prove that at these places, and on
a straight line with the points where now
the water runs out into the river and w here
it formerly bubbled up into thecity, a sand
ridge underlii 3 the ground which scivua
all the purposes of a 'constantly open sew
er, allowing the water to run into
the city w hen the river is high and ullo.e
ing it to run out again when the river g cs
down. These natural sewers are principal
ly, if not exclusively, at the upper end of
the city and on the Mississippi side, and
they are few in number, as can be seen
from their mouths b th ir.side and outside
of the levee. Now, what Cipt du llalliduy
proposes is that these natural severs be
permanently closed by a gate of clay out
side of the levee, thin preventing water
from passing through themi i her way, ami
no more reasonable, or sdnple, r less
expensive plan of permanently banishing
sipe water from within these levees can
possibly be suggested.
AN OLD CITIZKN DLAD.
It is with regret that The Bi.t.i.ltix an
nouncs the sudden death of Mr. John C.
White, one of Cairo's oldest and best
known citiZ'Uis. The sad event occurred
last Sun lay at Chester, III., win re he had
gone, with his family for a few weeks' visit.
He had not been eatiiely well for some
time, but bis ailment was not believed to
be of a serious ch iraeter. Tin lir.-t of la-t
week word came here that be was seriously
ill, but last Saturday be was believed to
be out of all danger.
Mr. White w is about sixty s ven years
eld, and had been acitiz -n of Cairo for
many years. His remains arrived, accom
panied by his bereaved family, on the
steamer City of Alton last evening, aula
special train conveyed them and a Urge
number of the friends of the family to
Villa Hidge, where the last funerd rites
were pel formed.
A FAYOIIABLK HKPLY.
To M'V'rc, J. S, MeJIiih.y. ( lisile. (.h'.IIht,
JameK i rro!l and o;ln rs :
Gknti.i.mk.s' Iu reply to your very com
plimentary p quest that I become a candi
date for re-election to the city council from
the Fifth war 1,I wish to sty thit it is
indeed gratifying to me to know that my
ollicial conduct has mt with such univer
sal approval from thine whom I hive hid
the honor to represent in the management
of uur city's hll'.iirs. An I for your expres
sions of confidence, sincerely return my
thanks. In thu fund ing of thy o 1 city
debt, now so nearly completed, I have
taken a deep interest and feel a pride in
assisting to cancel the last one of the old
hinds, and which happy event ought to
take place not many months hence. 0:hcr
matters of vast importance to the people of
Cairo will soon demand earnest and care
ful consideration fnuu the members of tho
city council, upon the su .cessl'ul determina
tion of which may largely depend the fu
ture growth and prosperity of our city.
To all such questions, in easel am re
elected, I promise my best efforts to serve
your interests and those of thu whole city,
and thereby hope to merit and earn your
Tnos, W. IIai.i.iday.
Cairo, 111., April 10, 18S2.
NF.W YOKK FASHIONS.
WHAI'S MIUTAllY OUTFITS I ATf.lttA t.R
VAHAHOI.S THK NKW 1ION.NKTT.
Winter wraps will bo exchanged for
short, circular mantillas, with long ends in
front, and from such leading type, there are
a variety of gradations w here the smaller
are no more really than capes. In wool we
find cammela hair or cashmere trimmed
with fringe or lace; dressier styles are of
satin, brocade etc., or newer yet of Spanish
net laid upon satin, while for midsummer,
small coverings are of silk or wool Spanish
net that is a feature iu dress goods and
shown in all colors. In every material,
however, black leads for wraps, although
jackets are chiefly in cheviot mixtures.
A I.A Mtr.ATIIllJ.
What with buttons and braids and braids
and buttons, our ladies will carry on a
war fare that will cause to quake the most
military heart. Small bullet shaped but
tons nr very fashionable, and an insMnct
of nature point to a combination with
braids which are run in rows around edges
up tho front of costumes and iu epaulets
on the shoulders. Again, those- pretty
pointings, (for indeed such stylish buttons
aru little more,) aro bestowed in military
J. BUBGEB & BEO.
Will donate one hundred dollars to nny charitable institution tho mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bu truthfully stated that we in nny instance advertise goods
qualities and prices, that we cannot show. It is u fact that at times we mention prices
for certain lines of goods that lire so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, be
ing as they are, unaware of the advantages no 1 facilities wo have for obtaining at cer
tain times large I itsof thu in ist dusir iblu g lodi at prices greatly under their real value
and lure are the
ADVANTAGES AYE HAVE:
FIIJST The quantity of merchandise we buy to mpply cur numerous Mores.
SKCOND Wo have ample capital and are ptepaied to buy cash (hun.
TIIIUD We are at all times represented in eastern m.uket by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advuiit age of these oppi rMinitii a that we do fr m time to time,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex
Bine F.annel Suit, eaidi suit bears the ticket with fill name Middlesex Co. $10 00. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for p oO, worth $ 15.00. A very nob
bv Bed Silk Mixed Suit at $12 ,r,0, worth .$1!M)0. Wciiimot sell goooK tor less limn cost.
We want it distinctly understood jhat we make a sin ill profit on everything we seli, for
tiiat principle by which a merchant can s Il goods for b s$ limn cost, ai d still keep stor
lias never yet been discovered, ('elite and see our goods. You will rot be importuned
fj. nunc kr &;imo9
A 1 1 'alnce Clothing House,
1 OH Commercial u vemie.
mws, illutniniting outfits of plain goods
and forming substituos for broeniu
Metal is in high lavor for buttons of all
kinds and is colored m contrast or to in itch.
Other bunons are of ne- limn siz-1, but fish
ion has taken a wide loip from the very
largoones; they are dead, if not f..rgottop,
and a great rush is made fr the diminu
tive success irs. Fringe are brought nut
to suit new fi'oties, both silken an I of j t.
Shining is extremely fashionable, and
plaiting still live. In ways of making,
however, there is a marked absence of
novelty. Notion is ri ally new in design,
and, as fotiio riy. we shall have basques,
trimmed skills, ovi.rskirts and of po nais' s
quite a tribe. Not a fe.v
M.w vooi.s j
uncovered with snpill sized birds' or ntii-
nulls' bends. Ill France, -ill I elsewhere on
tin; other side toe eljtilety is portrai'ed,
but here, a yet, toe lnun-ly pr . of o..r J
Trsv, the pensive rouutcn ince of nri owl or j
t!iec!:issie profile oj a chanticleer sufflets, '
O'lur wo,, Is show my large inioiig!.t J
t! iril oatturns. set very Iur aturt. while a!
change ii given by ' Di ', io'crv ciitig
r ugs i.r iii-ithrtiiatical bodies, colms being
eiileT cpiiie pro-ioiioe-1 I or thu rev.-:-. ;
Pietty outfits in w tsh fb:ii , j
ire rhecke I or striped, slid '
here the C.ih i-inbp'ideriet woven I
ill Colon.' I b'I 1 jo a or thiqmT boi.rd disigli !
are chosen as a finish. The colors are per
feetly fast, and a fine t or ) on one side is
made to dri'v so that they .,re ea-ily sewn
on. leaps, ton, this may ! the ieami;
that the white frilling are again being ucd J
on inideK lothing. fish's woven initial :
le'.teis fu marking h ive als pr c i a g-eat j
s ice ss. No won lor, s'tic t i-y p v : us j
from that dreadful o.d ink bottle; tl.e price, i
furthermore, being so iw as 'o i:,un: witli
in everybo ly's means. This y"r tle-v are
brought out in navy blu : as well as Turkey
red. Both Wa.sh peitee'ly; an I so popular ,
has the style of milking becom-, lint j
i i' lies fre,i; uitly h ive the eh i ire nan. m l ie '
to older. (
As a sign of ihe pr-vilcm" f birring.
we notice the new parasds provided wi:l, :
- 1 !. ,1,1 1
a smrre i rum that is onen eieleo oy l o'e.
Fr in eight to ten ribs are -een .:, t n i
tends, of course, follow d:v-s good-, tor
the parasol of late ye us has :teadil risen
in importance, and is a notable ptrt of the
outfit. Then, to , as flowers are e.vrene y
fashion tble, bell dd a fini.-h given the com
ing p nasol, by an art i ('Hal 'n i.q n t set in
a silken bow at the top. This, of , ur-e, 1
can be removed if one should think it t m '
gay, but ladies in general will find no little j
amusement in changing these flours nt I
will. Sun umbrella are striking'' at-i
tact ive, because made o( d ttb" f .ced sa'in. ;
where frequently eflectivu c uitris's are
THK NKW IIONM.T
will usually Id! trimmed with ribbon rather j
than silk. Indeed, this is a s ason of rib
bons, and so tl ey appear in great variety.
Many are wrought in open wmk, almost
seeming to be silken Isos. Striped or
plaided ribbons are Imported, because In th
are a feature in dress goods, and in richer
styles intermixtures of uiu.sli appear. Hut
plain ribbons have a high po-ition, and are
often preferred by people satiaied with
fancy novelties. Hero the new "Satin
lio) id" ribbon is sought for biciu-eitis
so soft in texmre, wdiile showing the satiny
surfaced rep that is driving out satin prop
er. Laces of all kinds are in i xHaoidinary
demand and are being lavishly combined
with llowets, wdiere, from musses i f sniad
ones up to Inrgu s;Z", we find everything
fashionable. Belles will be veritable flow
er girls, with flowers on their parasols,
flowers on their hats nnd huge boiiqiiots of
(lowers on their corsages. "I'is funny
enough now al the open to sen them coin
ing in, each onu wearing a more enormous
bunch than her predecessor. Not i ven a
bud in thu hair, but often four nnd twenty
roses j'lut below their pretty noses.
Tim "Favorite Prescription" of Dr.
Pierce cures "female weaknew" und kiudrud
ofl'octions, By druggist.
Jos. L. Foote, i in- Commodore, Klgio,
PI.. jvi I'lioin is' Kclcctric Oil cured him
of .si mile-, with one implication, thorough
ly applied. It also cured him if a lev-re
cold and cough. ll' thinks it a very val
uable remed), and w ill never In-without it.
Sowing and Reapinu.
When a joung lady In nis hamikerrhiifs
tor a licit bui hi-lor, she sewn that she may
ii np. When seeds of diMiise are plant-!
tnr.iugb over indulgence, you can prevent
the uudertsker from reaping the benefit by
using Spring B.ossorn. 1'rice 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
by the mum unity at large lo,n been given
to Bnrdi-i'k lie" ,! Bitters. No irs'nec is
known lo re in-iliw.ntisfaction has been
ii',.on!'estc 1 bv tln ir use, (,f here snght
but b, n.-fi i bUoKed their administration.
Price 4 Oil.
V . v,
r -ut s!.r. i
A 1. 1. UKALDUX.
Two Ni . lit Only,
Mri!:iv mid Tucsilav,
A pril K) and 11.
'! I r fnmei l ;U ' On- w.irl-1, Thu Yonte He
ro, i- Ai lor.
S'i-ipori.-i i- On, rkn-telntf nr'r, m, V IVS
KVI'K I' VIt i uu i tin- Kh'Utt t Cum
ill t'oinlioiniliiii i-xi'iiil,
K"i-i ( . ii-l o,n lb t in. tin? re i brnlH lrl.li
I jii o Hi -r r-,on . i,cl f-.Miuv sat.nn
Vnti,'' Mill'.lir i -r .iini nr p. and
now In 11. 111 i ut i I PIICI 'i r,
ACII0SS 3 COXm'EXT'
U:ks;i,vY XMiXTJiic II. Itxbk'i r.'l.-l,mtf.l
1 1 , ni a si a I lo Across IL ( oiillLi-nl,
1(1,000 .MILKS AWAY.
;!.;:! LAUOIIS IN F.AC II PLAY 33d
'It kil for rale at llurlmau'i.
iSALK OF UN ('LA DIED TK0
I'EIiTV. XOI'ICE IS IIKBKBY GIVEN TIIAT
ON' THE 17111 DAY OF AI'HIL,
A. D. lsttU,
At 'nn'c'iKk In ihi fiirrniiiri at thn freliihl hnntn
l Hie Si I,, ho, Iron Mountain unit Hiinthetn mil
win i in 1 hi ) In tlie my i I Calm, Mat) lif llnanl..
Hie foi,,ii iicm'i i nj'il utile e. reiirlfl eil in hrlnW
Mill In- mill nl pnhlli'. liliul nil, tomj churuea vim
ioNsniMti.il, liKtemiT oK.
1 0, lie, i t pku 'J,lie, M
w til Mm) I'heM tools
I, . S KoL'erK I leu Minilrli
1 ' ills Ibri-en l Inn, or nmks
II. W, I riiiilo-n U keiia liei-r
I'ii. ..a I r keys
In I i lie lirew , Co 1 beer kia:s
I . lift1 t II, ,,t,...,,.,..M.,. . , . A liver ki'K
A, l.eh'. .. . , I hi lirl cliler
I 1 1 ci. tl I . I I box j li Kinds
V a uii' H em 1 liex tiniiirli'S
W, T ,),iin,iii .....1 elumt tuola
bonis 1 1 ,'i hurt X liia r ki'it
Henry Winnie 1 linrsu power
l.nnlf llei'lien A liver kcu
lion 1.011 Wi.oil. 1 tins till (inoil
I I n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n A ni , I linx lou iln am
I hut llui unttiv linvti lieen nee I veil by Um m ,uul
Iron Mult tiiitin niiit hum liern railway Ciinpnny ua
coinniiiiie nirleri", In thu ri'utilnr coiirnu nl h un i itt'ctt
cimrlunt'il nn iiliovn to Calm, IiIIiioImuhI huvo heett
lielil tlio I line reii)ieil liv lnw.
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