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TIIK DAILY OAIKO HULLKTIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNK 22, 1sk2
Tin: DAILY BULLETIN
fle i Bulletin Building, Washington Avenue
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OFrftUlAL PAPBIIOP CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion in ttu eol.imu, uitfiit cunts pur line fur
(ml ami live caul per lino each mirmuquont luiur
Uuu. For utiti wki'k. sucvuIh jmt linu. r'or uuu
liiontb, so cihiin pur liun.
If you want a good square incitl call on
Charles Schoouniyor. llo Inn also accom
modation 'or n few more day boarders.
HiH table in known to be first-claBS nnd
Out of the fire, cor. of 8ih and Lever, my
icehouse ami office is at preBent t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and 0th streets. Orders will he
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Furnished Rooms lor Rent.
Several largo furnished rooms torrent up
stairs in i Tim BunixriN building. Apply
to Mrs. FiTzoEUAH).
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
All members of the Hibernian fire com
pany are requested to meet at the company's
hall to night to take action upon matters
relating to the fourth of July celebration
ana tor general business.
D. J. Foley, President.
C. C. Mason, Secretary. 1 1.
Itrauch Butcher Shop.
On Saturday morning we will open a
branch butcher shop, on Eighth street, iu
the houso lately occupied by Wm. Win
ter's grocery, where will bo kept at all times
for the city trade, choice cut meatR of all
kinds, which will be delivered, free of
charge, to any part of the city.
Jeshk Hinki.k&Son. 4t
Bought and Leased.
I have bought the meat shop, stock and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Koehler,
ou the south side of Eighth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
Koehler to attend to it. A full assortment
of fresh meats will bu constantly kept on
Laud and patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased the
steam sausage factory of Koehler Brothers
on Seventeenth strewt, and will be
prepared to furnish auy variety or quantity
of sausages of the be.it duality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited and promptly tilled.
200 Boxes Lemons
En route, consisting of the following va
rieties: Messina, Palermo, Carini, Catania,
and Verdelli, which I offer to the city and
country trade at reasonable prices.
S. E. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, June HUh, 1882.
J. A. NICKLES,
174 WASHINGTON AVEN'l'K,
betweeu 10th and 11th Directs, gives no
tice to the people of Cairo ami the public
in general, that he has established himself
in business agaiu, and is prepared to receive
orders for Gentlemen's line Boots and Shoes
of the best workmanship and material. He
will also have ou hand at all times a good
assortment of Hoots and Shoes of bis own
make. He has a lot of his own ready-made
work which was saved from the tire in
good order, and which he will sell at cost
price. Thankful for the liberal patronage
with which he was favored in the past, he
hopes for the same at his new stand.
Caiuo, Juno 15,1882. 2w
Notice toCoii.siiiiiei'8 of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to ail purls of the city. 1
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters and at my olHcn on Tenth nrect,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A ah are of your bus
iness is solicited and oiders will itcuive
prompt and carelul attention.
GlCO. W. Sl'fcNCK.
Use The Cai no Bulletin perforated
cratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, iu three sizes, at the ollieo. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount' on gross
lota to the trade.
Cottauk KOU KENT, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
The Bulletin building.
tf. Mus. Fitoehald.
Receipt books, Cairo dale line, perfora
ted stub, suitud to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulleliu
Pproat'u Retail Ice Box.
CoUBUmeis of ice are uotiflud that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth atreet in Cundiffa storu where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customors will remember that
thoir tickota will be punched at this stand
Just tho aatne a by drivers of wagons, tf.
GENERAL LOCAL TTEMS.
Notlcea In theo column, ton cDU per llim,
each Innorllon. Marktiri
Adams & Westlake Oil Stoves, at
Davidson's. Best on Earth. Ct
Yesterday 'a rainfall in this city was
sixty-eight one hundredth according to
Sergeant W. II. Kay's observations.
Mrs. J. L. Campbell, of St. Paul, Minn.,
is in tho city visiting her nephew, Col.
(leorgo W. McKcaig and family.
Mr. Louis C, Herbert on Commercial
avenue has his elegant fountain agaiu iu
Members of the Hibernian tire compa
ny are requested to meet at their hall to
night. See special locals.
Col. John C. Noble has succeeded Len
Faxon as editor of the Paducah News.
The Col. is making a lively paper.
A little son of Prof. Floyd died yes
terday morning and was taken to Crocs beck,
Texan, last night for interment.
Captain Thomas' bill appropriating
twenty dive thousand dollars for a gravel
road from Mound City to the National
cemetery passed the senate Tuesday.
Misses Bettie Korsmcycr, Joiuuotte Mil
ler and Edith AVheeler, accompanied by
Mr. Wm. Korsitieycr, left yesterday for
Peoria, Ills., to make a short visit for plena
ure. It is one of the privileges of an "inde
pendent" paper to be mute, not to declare
itself upon any question of public im
portance, until it can plainly detect which
side has the strongest sceut of "ham."
-Carmi Times: Hon.Tlios. W.IIalliday
is talked of for congress in tho Eighteenth
district, and tho Democrats could not select
Yesterday's little wind storm again
tested the stability of several outhouses,
fences and trees, iu this city too severely,
and they succumbed.
A company of the young friends of Mr.
June Wright will give him and his beauti
ful bride a little reception this evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Martin.
About three o'clock yesterday after
noon, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Ince, on Tenth street, died of summer com
plaint. Tho funeral will probably take
Tho niece of Mrs. Charles PfilTerliug
living on Seventh street, died yesterday af
ternoon, after a very short illness. She
was a young lady of about eighteen years
ot age, and much beloved by all who knew
The funeral of tho little child of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Schultz, whiclrtook pluce
yesterday afternoon, was attended by a very
large number of the friends of the family.
Kcv. 15. Y. George conducted the services
both at the house and at tho cemetery.
In special local column will be found
a notice of the branch butcher shop that
will bo opeued next Saturday morning, by
Jesse Hinkle fc Son. This firm handle
nothing but the very choicest meats that
can bo obtained, and they solicit a share of
tho public's patronage.
The Pulaski county delegates to tho
congressional convention are instructed to
vote first Judge Yocum and second Capt,
Thouifia. Damrou"hain" doesn't seem to
have been us effectual there as it was here;
its influence was, of course, felt, but not so
strong as hero. It did not have so demor
alizing effect upon thocalculativu powers of
chairman of precinct meetings as it did in
one instance hero.
Govenor Buren It. Sherman, of Iowa
has issued a proclamation, recommending
that the people of the state send liberal con
tributions to the people suffering from the
effects of the late storm. The proclamation
will very likely bo promptly and liberally
responded to. Governor Sherman's course
is in praiseworthy contrast to that of Gov
ernor Cullom who, when a few people in
southern Illinois were suffering because of
tho Hood, applied to the federal govern
ment for aid.
On every dozen spools of thread the
Cairo dressmakers and seamstresses buy
they pay twenty tlireu and one-half cents
tariff which goes, not into tho government
treasury to help meet tho oxponaos of the
government, but directly into tho pockets
of a few thread manufacturers in tho east.
The people of the United States use 25,
000,001) dozen spools of cotton thread a
year, on which they are taxed in the ag
gregate nearly $11,000,000. Tho tariff com
miiisioii will, of course, recommend tho
maintenance of this enormous tax on poor
The residence of Mr. A. Maix, on
Ninth street, was Hiilfioieutly repaired yes
terday lo tux-vent ils interior from being
drenched by the heavy rain. Tho gable
has been closed again, but the interior is
yet to bo repaired. Tho coiling in tho
upper front rooms was entirely crushed
down by the iiiiisb of brick and mortar, aud
tho beds and furniture were badly damaged.
The rooms were tho sleeping apartments of
Mr. and Mrs. Marx, and had tho catastrophe
occurred at night, it is almost certain that
both would have sustained serious, prob
ably fatal, injuries.
True to her record Granny Argus has
not a word to say in denunciation of tho
open lraudg perpetrated in the First Cairo
precinct, but indirectly applauds it. As an
"independent" newspaper it would have
become her to have nuuifested a Bin all
degree of interest iu tho matter. Her total
silence, at the time and since tho shameful
wrong was perpef rated, justifies tliu assump
tion that she is a secret party to the crime
and received her slice of "ham" according
to contract. Such a combination on the
part of the old lady is not inconsistent with
her past record.
"The Villa Bohemia" is a new book by
Marie Lo Baton published by Ivochondocrfor
& Uric Broadway, New York, It is a lively,
witty, sparkling, work that will capture all
readers. The conversal ions are entertaining
the descriptions beautiful, and the plot and
situations woiked out in a manner that holds
tho attention of tho reader from the tir4 line
to flie last,
Monday the secrotsry of state at Spring
field licensed Oliver Beebe, and John II.
Oberly and Walter F. Schuckers to organ
ize the Blooiniugton Bulletin company,
with a capital stock ot twenty thousand
dollars. May tho new company succeed
beyond its highest hopes is the with of
Tun Cairo Bulletin and of many Cairo
ites. Both Republican factions held caucus
sea in different parts of tho city last night,
and very likely decided upon some plan by
which each hopes to annihilate the other, in
the convention to day. There was no abate
ment of the feeling between tho two factions
yesterday, anil there is no probability of a
compromise, on any terms, or to any ex
tent, whatever. Both are equally confident
of muccoss, but one or the other will only
feel the more deeply the defeat which is
certain to come to one of them to-day.
People in interior cities, when the
tloods are out, always turn a sympathizin
eye to our little cily, and "pity Cairo." It
probably always will be so, notwitbstand
ing the fact that Cairo suffers less from
floods than any other place. After the ex
perience ot Louisville, New Albany, Chat
tanooga and other river towns, comes In
dianapolis, Paxtou and inland cities, and
last, the mountain city of Denver, a few
days ago was flooded, from the little streams
around it, and more lives lost in one nijiht
from water, than in Cairo tor years.
News received from tho county yester
day, is to the effect that, perhaps the most
damage done there by tho recent storm, is
on Circuit Cleik Irvin's farm, about sixteen
iniiesfrom here. Tho farm is well cultiva
ted and tho crops were standing linely, but
the great number of largo trees, some of
them four or. five feet in diameter, which
i.i i ...i .
wore mown uown, nuu wnosu oraiiclios
spread over largo patches, played sad havoc
with tho crop. It will require much work
to clear the farm of fallen timber and this,
together with tho value of the ruined crop,
will probably cost about five hundred dol
lars. Several or the delegates selected by
the Dainron factious iu the First and Sec
ond precincts recognizing the facts that
they are entirely at liberty to vote for
whom they may please in the county con
vention to-day, as they were not instructed,
and recognizing also that their selection
was not in strict accordance with tho rules
laid down in dialling aud in good sense,
have intimated their intention, in the event
of their admission to the convention, to vote
for "whom they may please." That they
have a perfect right to do so none can deny;
but where they will dare to be men in the
presence of their masters remains to be
The English sparrows are every day
becoming more unpopular. A gentleman
near Mt. Vernon had twenty acres in wheat,
from which he expected a fourth of a crop,
the heads having every appearance of prom
ising such a yield. lie resolved to cut it
for seed, and sent some persons to gather it.
They returned soon after and report that
there was not a -rrain of wheat in tho field.
the sparrows having eaten tho entire crop.
One man in this county, it is said, furnishes
boys with all tho ammunition they want
if they will use it in killing sparrows, and
tho most expert young sportsmen gets a
sauce of ice cream.
A colored man, having deciphered the
Item in Granny Argus, of Tuesday, in re
gard to fish in the Bipc water, constituted
himself an exploring expedition of one to
learn the my.terics spoken of in said item,
and yesterday he proclaimed, and averred
positively, that he saw a great "sea sar-
pint iu IvJwar Is' hike, measuring about
twelve leot in length aud ono in diameter.
Wo wouldn't have believed it, but in view
of such Hinrtlinir facta, so strongly verified,
wo must admit with tho old lady that "the
committee appointed by the mayor" has
indeed a big contract on hand in merely
tracing the means of ingress ami egress of
Those of Cairo's ladies who believe,
with The Bulletin, in tho right of all
citizeus, regardless of sex, color or previous
condition of servitude, to have a voice in
the making of the country's laws, will en
dorse heartily these words of Schuyler
Collax when a.ked what position he held
on the proposed female suffrage amendment
to the Indiana Btate convention : 'I intend,"
said Mr. Colfax, "to vote for the equal suf
frage constitutional amendment for many
reasins, chief ot which is that, as women
are subject to taxation, and tho penitentiary,
and all other civil and criminal laws equal
ly with men, it seems but just that legis
lation on such subjects should bo with con
sent of tho governed."
A cable dispatch from the Herald
correspondent accompanying the Rogers
expedition tells the sad story of the discov
ery of the bodies of Lieut, ifc Long, Suregon
Ambler, ami tho rest of the ollicers and
crew of tho Jnannette, whosu fate has tor
aeveral months remained a mystery. All
perished within a short distance of each
other, martyrs to the folly of attempting to
explore the awful region of eternal cold.
Iu thoir tumble trail southward from the
wreck of the Joaunetto DeLong ami his
party endured unimaginable horrors of
hunger and exposure. Their scanty stock
of food, they roasted and ato the leather of
their boots, and wrapped tiieir feet in rags
until a merciful snowstorm came upon
them and buried their pitiable Bufferings
out of sight in a common grave.
In Pulaski county, under the leader
ship of Hon. W. T. Scott, tho colored voters
got tho county cb-rkship, much to the dis
satisfaction of the white members of tho
county convention. It seems that they were
slightly iu tho majority, and while a few of
the whites were out drumming up "their
side," the colored men carried their point
by nominating ono of their own color, as
a candidate for tho office of county clerk.
There is no charge of fraud; tho colored
men gained their victory honorably, and
because of their superiority of number,
then lore they arc entitled to it. They are
to ho congratulated upon their success over
their fierce antagonists, their white Repub
lican brothers who love them so well.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. A. Maix re
ceived a blow in the back of the head from
a board, which caused him to lose con
cioU'iness for an hour or more. A board
of a scaffold, which had been put up across
the front, ot iris-f".' '"ire :md used by the
brick layers in rcpuV'A1, ' damaged
gable, was knocked off at oho . ' J
of the workmen just as Mr. Marx passed
under it. It swung down and struck Mr
Marx in the back of tho head, a protiuding
nail lac mating the scalp quite badly. Mr.
Marx was picked up aud carried into the
house; Mrs, Marx sent out for a physician
and, in the meantime, bathed her hus-
baud's head with eold'wator, which revived
him. No physician being found, Mr. Marx
went to Mr. Win. Alba, who performed the
part of a surgeon well, aud Mr. Maix was
all riiiht. again yesterday.
Tuesday, Queen Victoria completed tin.
forty-fifth year of her reign, which exceeds
that of Ojieen Elizabeth by several inoutln,
Ebztbeth's reign lasting forty four years,
four months and seven days. Victoria has
attended tho funeral of every premier who
has served under her except that of Mr.
Gladstone, who has uow overworked him
self so th it bis royal mistress may at any
time be called upon to lament his death.
The only sovereign living who was ou the
throne when Victoria was crowned is the
ex Quean Isabella, of Spaiu, and she lost
her throne in ISO'S, and is not permitted to
reside permanently iu Spain. The most
brilliant premiers who have held ollice un
der Victoria were Pulmerstou and Disraeli.
Tho most useful premiers for England have
been Sir Robert Peel aud Mr. Gladstone,
although the latter is now in a peculiarly
uucomforUiblo position through bungling
work in his Irish policy and evident inca
pacity to manage Britain's foreign policy
Alcohol paid into the British treasury
in lm $155,000,000. In 1881 the sum was
reduced to 145,000,000. These figures the
Pall Mall Gazette cites from the budget,
quoting Mr. Hoyloin estimating the aver
age yearly expenditure on drink of each
English man, woman, and child iu 1875 to
have been more than $2!), ami in 1881 to
have fallen to less than $ 1 tf. The Gazette
attributes this, fust, to tho want of money
to buy liquor; secondly, to the coffee house
movement; and, thirdly, to the "Blue Rib
bon" and religious temperance societies,
notably those supported by the Catholic
clergy, and the "Salvation Army." Tho ef
fect of this diminution in tho use of stimu
lants is shown in the immediate increase iu
tho amount of money deposited in the
savings banks. In 1880 the working classes
deposited .1285,000,000; in 1881 there were
deposits amounting to $225,000,000 in the
old savings banks, and in tin; postal savings
banks, just established, over $ 185,000,000.
All thene savings, however, tho Gazctlo
adds significantly, do not yet amount to 10
per cent, of the money spent in liquor.
Justice Bradley, of tho United States
supreme court, to whom Guiteau's counsel
applied for a writ of habeas corpus, has
filed a denial of the application with the
clerk of the court. Justice Biadley holds
that tho court of tho District of Columbia
had full jurisdiction of die case, and that
no reasons exist (or granting tho writ.
Guiteau takes his situation coolly. Ho
still professes a belief that tho president
will come to his rescue at the last moment.
Mr. Hicks, his spiritual adviser, sayB he be
lieves he will go to the gallows without
flinching. Mrs. Duumire, Ouiteau'a di
vorced wife, writes to the Leadvillo Even
ing Chronicle in reply to an article based
on a letter alleged to have been written by
her toC. II. Rood, counsel for the assistant,
authorizing tho use of her naiim iu the peti
tion for his pardon, iu which she repudiates
the letter, and adds: "With reference to
my seeking a pardon for Guiteau, I have
never entertained tho thought, and as I am
iu possession of an average degree ol com
mon sense and ordinary intelligence, I
could not reasonably or honestly entertain
such an idea."
Yesterday's rain was plentifully mixed
with animal life, iu the form of tiny frogs
which, judging from the great numbers of
What Celebrated Authors
'oHlv tli v Ijitt.it an lliy purse can tniy,
Hi. l not . uxpreHNud In funcy, rich, nut candy ;
ror tin- Apparel ol proi.Ulme th muu.
ft tin ii iii iral I'll'.'i t mi ni
V tl'-iuuiilliiil Iniuaull iih dirty lioutH. old urtm. miili-d neckclnth
und i;.-iiui-Kl iiuKhtflK-u i" dritHO. he will, in all pnilmiitllty. tlnil a cor
roKprnidliiK dUponiUuii cf udilref.-Hr Jclin UurnuKtou.
lWn-Hlmin rulvi .k. and all that fuud of frippery, rurnlHh.d out
l.y t citMcitt, ImrberH, unit liru-womau miivlurilrally. iMlut-nru ll.e
m ml iht.y.:n-riloii An Kmp. ror in lil uiKht cap would not mm
wltli iia'.l the reMpi'ct of an hmpnror with a cr.iwu.- (Ju'dHinlili
No on" inoro than III" lu.iehi-r
exit-runny in nM r tu appear
tnile.ht l.y llu-111 .- (Colloti.
II you desire to follow the sayings of some of great authors, buy your Clothing ,
furnishing Goods of J. Burger &, Bro., who, believing "Clothing makes the nun," keep
is tine and stylish goods as can be obtained, and offer them at prices to suit ull.
tin tu which could be seen in some place:,
in Ho1 city, mint have coiuo down in little
chmds. Hume per. ei:. who were out in the
rain, at Hi p.tr'icti ar places, claim t'i
have Hcentli, in coin.! down, each asti eldir,
of a great I.i:.; lain drup winch landed him
soniewh it t . r i ! 1 1 , iiji.in the ground. Cer
tain it is that ju;,t alter the rain myriads of
these littl" fms hupped nUiiit over the
VdcwnU;-' iilid ( .-;(.-;s in sw cl'iS,' tajiks
that W ilkin;; tl, ere, without killing hun
dreds of them, was an impossibility. What
with 11 huiiicaiic, a trier i-bovMir, mi
"iiidepeinii n " ni-WKp-iper and Republican
piiniarie.-i-all in one week --the people of
Cairo are indeed sorely iitllicted
' Law is dull mid politics ato dirty" is
the virdict of Mr. .1. K. Cunningham, and
to judg.) from tin- uppearitnee of our police
and the records undo by tho Republican
piiuiarii s la..t Saturday one is forced to ad
mit that Mr. Ctmninghani is right, No
sensible man will blame Mr. Cunniii;.di:nii,
t.'ieiuloie, for threatening to abandon
aud devote hilu.i. If hereafter to the hit of
pa.-try rooking in which he is an adept.
Theraiilyof men who thoroughly under
stand this important art and the xr.-at de
mand fi-rtlieiii make-t it csentinl that all
w ho have acquired even the rudiments f
ait should be in nctiv.: set vice. And when
such men as Mr. Cunnin;:ham, (who has no
superior as a culliniry artist) ore fotiud
wasting their unable talent in such pbbian,
unclean pursuits as law and polities, there
is certainly goo.l ground for public general
indignation. A story pressure is then-lore
being brought to bear upon Mr. Cunning
ham to for.iake law and polities and devota
himself to tho n iblo occupation for which
he is especially fitted by both physical and
mental organization. He will probably
condescend to heed the urgent requests o
his many fiietids.
The inoie we bear of the storm in Iowa,
tho worse a calamity it hi 1 ins tube. At
Grinnell, and in the m ar vicinity, includ
ing tho town of Malcolm, about 9 milei
east of Giiunell, the number nf lives lout is
in the neighborhood of Kill, nml several
others are doomed to death from injuries
received. Tim number of houses dehtroved
totally, and tho.,(! partially ruined, reaches
1 Pt, according to the latest reckoning. Of
this number, act oiding to tho estimate of
tho Ron. J. I. Grinnell, who is probably a
very competent judge, the owners of fifty,
at least, have lost all they had in the
world. The pecuniary loss is variously es
timated at .l,V50,00i) to $l,i50,000. At
Mt. Pleasant the damage to property, when
compared with the loss of life, is even
greater than at Grinm il. It is estimated
that ;J50 houses are more or less damaged,
many of them demolished. Only two deaths
are reported from that point, i,nd tho pecu
niary loss is placed at I50,000. In the
more Westerly part of the state there is
great damage, but nt points distant from
the railroad, so that particulars are lacking.
In Kansas an I other states tho destruction
is great, and, taken al'ogethcr, the storm
appears to have been the worst yet recorded
in the west.
-A day or two ngo m-viral prominent
Republicans in this city received from the
Philadelphia assoeiu: ion of iniinufai Hirers
of textile fabrics a circular
to appealing tveiyhody tq,,
cgrnph to the member or congress
from your district" to vote for Judge
Ifelley's bill to increase the tariff tax on
woollen Imisery ami other knit goods I rum
i)5 to $5 per cent. It is to bu hoped that
no sane man will do anything of the kind
The association argues as a consideration for
tho increase of these duties the fact that all
foreign wool used by tho manufacturers in
making these knit goods pay a duty of 55
per tent., w hile the knit goods theinsulves
pay only !J5 per cent. That is a most ex
cellent reason why tho duty ou this wool,
so needful tor the uses of the American
manufacturers, should be promptly reduced
from!J3 to 20 per cent., and our manufact
urers bo tlus given 11 fair chance toco:n
pete with their foreign rivals. But what
have our manufacturers to do with foreign
wool They are supposed to buy no for
eign pauper raised wool, and buy ouly
American wool, raised ou American farms
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1111111 mure, curefnll
ly liriMiurx hlniui lf
pupil what In; vmrIkh to ,e
,J. IUJRG &, B HO,
Hhj I ,ni(!o"Clotlii
by American farmers. The high" tax on
fotoign wools in no wise affects thu manu
facturer.) who only use American wool.
None of our American manufactuu rs pur
chase foreign woo! so long as theteisuu
abundant of domestic wool, nnd the Uih
tax on foreign wool, therefore, does not
affect the industry of the patriotic insnu
facturTS of Phjbijh l;.hia who encoura
natrvolndustry by purchasing American
HE DOES OWN IT.
A. O. Phelps does own the Sixth i-trit t
gallery, notwithstanding the denial in the
Argus, as anyone wishing, can see recorded
in Book E, of chattel mortgages, on page.
PiO, iu tho circuit clerk's office, in Alex an
,, r "Uiity. A. O. I'n tun.
IiiKD-i esterday afternoon, at
o'ehnk, Irby, the inli,t h,,u ,,f jj
Mrs. 1I.K. Inco.
S. iviaswill In held at the i. -ideiice, on
Tenth street, hi 1 ;ij0 o'clock, by K. v. Se.ir
retr. Special train will leave f...,t of hi-l,!!,
Hic tttf 2 p. in., for Villa Ridge. Friends
of V"u family nre invited to attend.
Allen's Brain Hood positively cur. s hi rv.
ouhi. ss, nervous debility, ,md nil weakm-a
ot ceiierativo organs, fl. 5 for 4-,. u
dru-gisr. s.nd for circular to Allen's
PliMimaey, U15 p,rt .ve., N. V. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Over 200,000 Howe scale have beet,
an. I the demand im reiwin.r
lion len, Seller k & Co., a-rents. St. Loui
Goto Paul (J. Schub lor Mrs. Fr-eu, tin's
New National Dyes. For brightness niA
durability of color are unequsled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
K LECTION UKSULT.
Elliot 3 jolt
Vai) elected bya majority often thoanmd votes
-to bu thu IliifBt 5c. cUar Iu tho market.