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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, m.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
orricKt no. 78 omo lkver.
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OND CLASS BATE8.
OffluiAL PAPBKOF CITY AMD COUKTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolir.. tuihii column. elgat cunts per line for
rl and live cents nor Una each subsequent lnser
.Inn. For one woek. SOemtt per lino, for one
mouth, GO tent per line.
50c per Can,
Extra Select, at DeBaun's.
Lilies Hjstaurant opposite Opera
House. Qua Botto proprietor, 11-28 tf
Fob OrsTKita in any style go tho Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open;
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksruitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work dono promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 5G Ohio levee.
A Texea Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store. (2)
For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Hhiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 23 cents.
Taul G. Schuh, agent. (5)
in market at DeBaun's 50 bio levee.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, fuee
op cuakoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressod envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
Thomas O'Neil, 028 21st street, Chica
go, says: "I used' Brown's Iron Bitters alter
a severe atrnck of pleurisy, and it strength
Receipt hooks, Cairo date lino, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
50c. per Can,
t,xira neiects, ni weumun .
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 por cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Solleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera House up at aim, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every stylo. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
The Wm. Alba bahbek-siii is one of
the best appointed shops in tho city; five
barbers all tirst-class workmen. Call at
this shop, Commercial avenue next the
Opera House and get hair-cutting, sham
pooniug an 1 shaving done in an artistic
Ir you cull on your druggist for "Dr.
Sellers' Cough Syrup," wo pledge immedi
ate relief and cure on short notice.
Woman's True, Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely atllictcd
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our astvrtiun.
They are pleasant to tho taste, and only cHt
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
Hhiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul O. ischuh, agent. (6)
Having purchased tho bakery ol J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
Uth and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cukes,
&c. of tho best quality at the lowest prices
to bo found in the city. Call and see me.
1212 tf Jacob Lwnek.
A Good Restaurant.
If you want a good meal call at Rchoeiv
mover's Rjstaurant cor. 10th Bt. and Wash
ing avo. Ouly 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find tin best accom
mod at ion on reasonable terms.
Farmers and others desiring a uentuel,
lucrative agency buaiueit, by which 5 to
120 a dav can be earned, send nddru.w at
once, on postal, to U. C. Vilkinm & Co.,
1M3 and IV i FUllon street, rxew York.
At I am about to retire from the practico
of medicine in this city, I take pleasure iu
introducing to my frieuds and patrons
Dr. J. E. Strong of Hillsdale, Mich. Dr.
Strong is a graduate of the Cleveland
HomcBopathic Mudical College, and comes
well recommended as a skilful and experi
enced physician and gentlemen, I therefore
conscientiously and unhesitatingly re
commend him to your favor and
while thanking for past kindness and
favor bespeak for ray lUQcemor a con
tinuance of the tame. Very Respectfully
Cairo, 111., Jan. 18, 1188.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thue commns, ten cants per line
saeh Insertion and whether marked or not. it r.!cii
littod to toward any mnu'e bntlneat Interest are
always paid for.
K. M. K.
Don't miss it.
ball Thursday night
Tho "Germans" will givo another of
their series of "Germans" at Reform hall
to-morrow night if we were correctly in
The usual services will bo held in all
tho churches in the city to-day. Tho pastors
are all at their posts, and have prepared the
usual spiritual teast for their hearers.
A fine gold watch will bo rallied off at
Charley Bower's European hotel Monday
night. But a few chances left. It
The service at the Episcopal church
to-day will bo as follows: Holy Commu
nion at 10:30 o'clock a. r.i.; Morning Pray
er, Litany and Sermon at 11 o'clock a. in.
Sunday-school at 3 o'clock p. m , and
evening prayer at 7:30.
Miss Zerelda Garrison, of St. Louis,
about whose mysterious dissappearauce
there was so much excitement, was restored
to her parents Friday night. She had been
abducted, chloroformed and held for a
ramson by villains.
School children will nnd The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
This year opens out in a lively manner
n this section of country, iu llio way of
accidents. A railroad accident and steam
boat collision within twenty-four hours is
something until now nnhcard of in this
A general, nnd in most places heavy,
fall of temperature was reported from the
twenty-odd points in this district iu yester
day afternoon's bulletin. At Bismark tho
thermometer stood at zero; at St. Paul, C;
LaCross, 7 at Dubuque, 11, and at Cairo, 35.
A present that could not bo
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store iu shape of a
"Silent" New Homo Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; price at factory, $53.00
and Coleman only asks $15 for it. Call
and see it. 3t.
News received last evening from
Olmstead about the man Holloway, who
was the only one thought to have been
fatally injured in tho Wabash wreck Fri
day morning, was to tho effect that he
was materially improved and would re
cover. To-morrow night Seeman's "Around
the World in Forty Minutes" will bo pre
sented at the Opera House. The company
comes to us highly recommended by the
press generally. Those who attend will
see one of tho most interesting performan
ces there has been hore.
Mr. Henry Gosbiihvi's residence was
also entered by a stranger Friday night
nnd a quantity of eatables wcro taken.
Another tramp got into tho residence of
Mr. 8. Roscnwater on Eighth Street and
searched around for valuables, but was
scarod of!" before ho found anything ho
Tho machinery for tho Ice Works is
now all here and is being put up as rapidly
as possible, so as to bo ready for work by
about the middle ot next month. Work
on tho supply pipo has stopped and the
exact location of tho inner end ol-tho pipe
has uotyctbo ascertained. The work will
be resumed a soou the weather will per
mit. As appears from a card published in
special locals tint morning Dr. W. II. Ma
rean has retired from the practice of medi
cine in this city and Dr. Strong, of Michi
gan, takes his place. Dr. Marean and fami
ly have concluded to remove to Florida per
manently and will leave for their new home
about tho 20th instant. Their departure
will bo regretted by many who will wish
them every good in their uow home.
Nearly all real estato improvements in
the city were suspended last week, either
because of extreme cold or wet woather.
But this suspension is but temporary and,
if prolonged through the remainder of the
winter, will make things so much livelier
during spring when there will bo suoh a
building boom iu this city ti9 has not been
seen hero before. That this is not mere
buncomb is proven by the largo number
of buildiuijs and improvements already
A ppocial from New Orleans under
date of 13th says: Anchor Line steamer
City of Greonvilln, hence last eveuing for
St. Louis with 700 hogsheads of sugar and
other cargo, came in collision at throe
o'clock this morning near Bayou Goula, 00
miles abovo the city, with the Grand Ecoro
packet Laura Lee. The City of Greenville
sank leaving only a portion of licr texas
nnd pilol-houso abovo water. Tho Laura
Leo took off tho passengers mid crew of the
suuken stonier and brought thorn to New
Orleans. It is believed tho boat and cargo
will prove a total loss. No cause is as
signed for tho collision. No Uvea wore
lost. The value of tho boat and cargo is
estimated at $100,000; insurance unknown.
States Attorney J. M, Dararon has re
moved to Anna at least bis family and
personal eflucts are all thoro. But his own,
personal home is supposod to be still in this
county, where be will serve tho people in
liia own peculiar way for the people's good
money until the expiration ot hit official
term that it to say, of couno, "if he live,
and nothing happens" to cut thingi short.
But why speak of cutting things short iu
this conncc iont The states attoruoy'a
term doesn't expire for a considerable little
whilo yet and he may be called upon
to figuro very prominently in some very
important business, in bis official capacity,
before he will bid a regretful adieu to his
high office. Grand juries will sometimes
do their duty regardless of person or posi
tion am the next one may be just tho one
to do this aomewhat unusual thing. Andifit
does, the states attorney will have bis hands
full, wo may gay very full we may evun
say considerably, very considerably more
Hon. John M. Hamilton, who by the
election of Gov. Cullom to the United
States senate (if ho is elected) will bo pro
moted to the governorship, is agedbutthir-ty-five,
and will probably be the ypuugest
governor of Illinois. He is the Bon ot n
worthy resident of Weuona, Marshall coun
ty, III., and is a self made man. He grad
uated from an Ohio college, and married
the daughter of a professor in it, who is a
very pretty, entertaining and engaging
lady. He came to Bloomington about
twelve years ago a poor young lady, snd
has steadily risen to the tip of his profes
sion, and to eminence in politic. The law
firm of R iwell & Hamilton, of which ho is
junior partner, will be dissolved as Capt.
Rowell has been elected to congress on tho
Republican ticket, and Mr. Hamilton will
remove to Springfield when he as-umes his
duties as Mr. Cullora's successor.
Friday evening the school bond en
gaged Mr. Prescott, of Boston, to give a
series of instructive lectures at the High
School room, upon the subject of reading.
Mr. Prescott has made reading a practical
study for years. Ho has been in this state
for about a year, delivering lectures upon
and giving instructions in tho art of read
ing, before some of the principal educa
tional institutions of tho state, and has
given great satisfaction. Tho attention of
tho board was called to him by Mr. S. J'.
Wheeler, who heard one of Mr. Prescott's
lectures and was very favorably impressed
with it. Tho instructions here will be
given at tho High School room at 3:30
o'clock every afternoon of this week, ex
cepting Saturday. The schools will be
dismissed an hour earlier, so that all
scholars and teachers may attend. The
lectures will be free to all and it is es
pecially desired that tho public should at
tend them and derive profit from them,
for the art of reading properly is
one of importance to all and there is
probably no subject upon which there is so
ittle practical knowledge. Tho first lec
ture will be given to-morrow afternoon
and tho high school room ought to be
Thieves again entered the storo of
Messrs. Haythorn & Sloo Friday night and
succeeded, after a diligent search iu carry
ing off about twenty-seven dollars in cash.
They gained entrance by a window in the
rear end. They first pried open the wood
en shutters, breaking off an iron bolt which
held them together; then raised tho window
and by means of a piece of timber which
they used as a leaver, succeeded in break
ing off one of the half-inch iron bars which
were fastened across tho window on the
inner side. This loft a hole large enough
for a man to pass through without diffi
culty. Before leaving the storo Friday-
night, Mr. Haythorn had takon something
over $17 aud placed it in a drawer under
tho shelf, and just before closiug.thc store
Mr. Sloo put another $9 under a quantity
of goods in another drawer. Yestcrdav
morning every drawer under the entire
length of tho shelf was open, the goods in
them were turned over and all the money
was gone. The money drawor had not been
disturbed, uor had another drawer from
which money ha 1 been stolon on a previous
occasion. Nor wero any goods taken so
fare's the proprietors were able to dis
cover. These tacts indicate that the thieves
saw Messrs, Haythorn & Sloo put the
money in tho drawers, probably from the
sidewalk in froutofthe store, and knew
exactly where to look forit when they gain
ed entrance, and alsothat t'aoy wanted only
money. No clue to the thieves had been
Burton's Freo Press: "Tue Cairo
Bclletin wants Senator Lemma to rise and
explain why ho voted with, the Republi
cans and against the Democrats in the or
ganization of tho Senate. Mr. Lemma is
not the kind that rises to explain, and will
probably not pay much attention to The
Bulletin's paragraph. Wo will say this
for the Scuut r: He voted for tho regular
Democratic candidate a number of tiinos,
when, seeing that a halt dozen Republi
cans wero wasting time, lie with four or
five other democratic Senators, refused to
voto at all. This settled tho business and
organized tho seuate for legitimate work.
Will The Bulletin say that ho did not
do right?" Wo confess to the Free Press
Oh at wo fail to boo in the success of all the
machine-made Republican candidates for
tho sonata offijos, Any excuso
for Mr. Lemmas unconditioned
decsertion of "the nominees of his
party for. thu same offices; and
wo further confess that, to our humble un
derstanding, tho fact tint the senator wait
prompted by tho dosiro to bring about
Republican success and Dcmocratio defeat,
also fulls considerably short of being a
justification for bli desertion ofthenomincos
of bis party. In fact we venture to say
that bis deliberate purpose to bring
about Republican success was really
the objectionable feature of his action. No
doubt tho Free Press does not approve of
the action of the six Republicans who, by
their desertion of thu caucui nominees of
their parly, gavo Mr. Lemma and his tour
companions thu opportunity to be so mag
uauimous to the Republican machine at
tho expense of thoir own party; but the ac
tion of these six is not nearly so object ionn
bio from a Republican stand point as is
that of the five Democrats. The six Re
publicans did not desert their party for the
express purpose of giving the opposin
party success, as did Mr. Lemma and
his companions; on the contrary, they
knew that their desertion would not have
this result. If Republicans, by reason of
tho desertion ot some of their moro scrup
ulous members, could not run the senate ac
cording to tho plnns of tho machine, and
were retarding the public businos in their
determined efforts to carry out their odious
plans, the blame for such neglect of public
business rested upon their own shoulders
and none other.- In view of the fact that
Mr. Lemma and his companions gored the
Democratic bull and gave the Republican
animal the blue ribbtn, it would bo sur
prising indoed if Barton should seo any
thing but unadulterated virtue iu it. Had
it resulted otherwise, it would have been
For the Cairo Bulletin.
When the stars cross o'er tho water,
And tread the distant hills
A the south wind 'gainst the water
Its life's toft fire stills.
- When the little birds that twittered
Are still within the neat,
And tie thought! that have embittered
Yield to thoughts that have been litest.
When the midnight rlltnce listen
To tho echoes yua may hear
For fie dreamful epl.it glistens
An Idea!, golden sphere
It hAS music wild and throbbing
Tuatto southern birds belong,
And a. Mom wuvo thunder-sobbing
Iu an under-cirient song.
When star by star soft crossos
The trembling waters o'er,
Night steals both gams and losses
With the magic ot her lore.
5th Jan. 1W3 Ltuwood.
CHICAGO, ST. LOUISA ILLINOIS RR.
The Illinois Central Railroad company
entorrod upon possession of the New Or
lenus line on the) 1st. inst., and hereafter
it will be managed hs the Southern divis
ion of the Illinois Central. The company
has appointed the lato president of tho
Southern line, James C. Clarke, general
manager of tLe entire Illinois Central
prop rty and branches. We aro informed
that the first report of the managers of
the Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans
railroad which is in course of preparatinn,
will show that the e'ltire superstructure of
that road has been replaced, and that the
principal of indebtedness has boeu reduced
nearly $1,500,000, leaving the present debt
upon this division at $17,000,000, of which
$10,500,000 is in bonds bearing five por
cent, iutorest. Tho net reduction in the
aunual interest chargo from the year 1870,
when the foreclosure proceedings as to
this property were commenced, is upwards
of $350,000 per annum.
Thin the Illinois Central railroad com
pany comes in possession of a property
laid with steel a line in thorough order
in fact, a first-class railway charges. It
has purchased of the capital stock of this
company, beyond the 68,700 shares which
were stated to bo the property ot the Illi
nois Central company in the last annual
report, an additional 33,000 shares by is
suing Illiuois Central four per cent, obli
gations, which are now known in the
market as leased line stock certificates.
It is proposed to divide among tho Illi
nois Central shareholders the aunual divi
dend earned upon tho southern property.
The earnings per milo of road aro stated
to be eqriil to thoso of tho Illinois
Central itself and that thu Illinois Central
is in exceptionally good condition, having
paid off recently $2,500,000 of Its dobt
6 per cent, bouds due in 1800 having been
called in at 10 per cent, premium ; that the
Illinois Ceutral has spout about $3,500,000
upon betterments on its own road And
branches in Illinois without any increase
to its capital.
Tho original investment of the Illinois
Central In the southern line was in 1873,
$4,800,000, snd it is said that the securi
ties on hand now owned by the Illinois
Central company will reimburse this sum
with a handsome profit, and that it is bene
fitted by the southern division to tho extent
of $500,000 or $000,000 in its not earn
ings, which is about 2 per cent, on ita
For tha Sunday Bulletin.
I declare without fear of contradiction,
that the greatest nuisance in Cairo is a
cinder-sidewalk. It is a burlosquo ou the
name of sidewalk; a snaro and pitfall to
All good people hero should appeal to
the city authorities t have this nuisance
abolished. Every such walk is dusty and
uneven in the summer and filthy and full
of mud holes in tho winter, and an eyesore
to all but tho happy blind. As a dignified
body of men, the city fathers probably
think this mattor too insignificant to talk
about, but as individuals, I'vo uo doubt
tbuy Bay "cuss words" every time they
get thuir. nicely polished boots spoiled.
If not, they must, havo wonderful control
of their feelings ; aud have a right to bold
themselves up as models for ordinary
human beings. Dar city fathets, lot ui
raise tho levees with the cindor.walki.
THE SAFFORD MEMORIAL.
The plan tor tho Safford Memorial Li
brury Bui Ming to bo erected in this city by
Mrs. A. B. Hill'oid has arrived and has
boeu accepted by Mrs. Safford. It was
prepared by Messrs. Williams & Wii
hams, architect, ot Chicago, nnd was
selected by Mrs. Halford from among
Dumber prepared by different architects in
several largo cities east aud north.
This plan presents a building of an im
posing appearance, of beautiful design and
finish, which would not fail to attract at
tention and crcato favorable comment in
Bnyof the large cities in tho country; and
bore it will stand forth prominently as by
far the most beautiful of tho public build
As has already been 6tated, tho ground
upou which it is to be erected lies on tho
westerly side of Washington avo., between
Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets, Bud
comprises a square of sixteen lots twenty
five by one hundred feet each, or a total of
two hundred feet square. This ground,
now eight feet below tho level of Wash
ington avenue, will bo rained to a level
with that street as the work of building
the foundation shall progress.
The building will bo of modern archi
tecture, will bo about seventy teet long by
fifty wide, two stories, or, from foundation
to crest, sixty teet high, will stand in the
centre of the square, fronting on Washing
The basement of tho building, which
will bo ten feet high, will be divided into
different compartments for the machinery,
teatiug apparatus, fuel, etc.
Its Washington avenue front will bo
seventy feet, ami kwill have two entrances,
one on cither hide of a seven foot projec
tion, forming a vestibule within. Tlio en
trances will lead into the vestibule, and
from thence into a ball sixteen feet wide
and extending back about thirty feet.
From the rear end of this hall entrance is
gained to the library room in the south
wing fronting on Sixteenth street. This
room is thirteen feet high in the clear and
twenty-eight by forty feet in dimensions.
It will be furnished with handsome, polished-wood
book-cases all Around the
sides, and others of ornamental designs
will be placed in several rows through
the centre of the room. The library room
will not bo open to the general public, but
will be connected with the hall by a large
delivery at which patrons will make ap
plication lor books, etc., and will be
served by the librarian and assistants
From the north side of the
hall there will b3 an entrance to the reading
room, which will be twenty feet square and
will bo furnished with all necessary conve
niences in the form of closets, desks, chairs,
etc. Back of this room will be a smaller
room, a sort of consultation, or reference
room where people may gather in a social
way and engage in conversation.
From the hall also a broad ornamental
stair case will lead to tho second floor, the
south side and greater portion of which
will comprise a lecture halt; and the re
maining north side will be divided into
two rooms, one, the larger, for a museum,
and the other for a club-room or directory,
where tlie directors of the institution and
tho Woman's Club and Library Association
will hold their meetings.
Every part of tho building will combine
Bubstance and beauty in such manner as to
produce durability and lino effect. Its
walls will be ot brick. Its foundation will
beeixfeetatthobu.se; its basement wall
twenty inches, aud the remainder of the
walls sixteen inches thick. The front aud
side walls will bo of pressed brick, with tho
cornices of doors and windows and walls of
terra cotta, or colored brick. Tho roof will
be slate and with an iron crest. The window s
and doors will lie largo ami will be set in
ornamental casings; the former will bo of
double sashes, each filled with a single
pane of French-plate glans, and will I e
crowned with an arch of stained glass.
There will be two great windows, one
abovo the other, in the projection or vesti
bulo, and over tho lowtr one will be the
inscription in terracotta, "A. B. Safford
Intornally everything will bo finished with
like tss'e. The hall will bo wainscotted
with woods ot different colors', beautiful
niches will be formed in tho vestibule
and in tho hall, in which appro
priate paintings an I statuary will bo placed.
The lecture hall, which will be directly
overtho library room, will be tho finest in
in the city. The ceiling will be in tho
form of a dome nnd nineteen feet high at
tho ceutro. The trimmings and finishings,
and fixtures and furniture, will bo of tho
most tanty nnd everything necessary to
make tho institution complete in every do
tail uccording to the best modoru plan will
The building will stand well back
from tho avenue, iu tho centre of the
square, und tho grounds surrounding it
will also bo beautified in a manner in
keeping with tho building. Tho grounds
will bo raised to a level with Washington
avenue; grass and flowers will be sown,
and shade trees will be placed iu regular
order and in front a fountain and other
gardon oruamonU will bo constructed,
Work on this institution wilt begin in
the spring and will then bu pushod to con
clusion without interruption. The work
of filling would havo begun before, but
there has been sumo unforeseen trouble
about tho titlo of one of the lots, wdiich
however is now about removed and tho
weather alone proveuti tho immediate
commencement of the work.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad stroet below 6th, threo lota
8, 0 and 10 block 15, U5 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin
Mr. E. E Paramore, of 8t. Louis, oa
of Col. Puramorc of the Texas narrow
guage road, was a guest at Tho Halli
day yesterday on his way over the mad.
Miss Lou Raab, of Paducah, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Frank Galigher, in this
Mr. Rudolph Lohr, of Iowa, is in the city
on a visit of a week or two to his brother
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in good Bbape
and on good paper,
Letter Heads, i Irish Linen and flat
Note Heads, ) papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
perforated with round
uiachinu. Receipt Books,
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All of wmcu will be found at Tub
Bulletin Job Office, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
Notices In this column it rue lines or U-.t A", run,.
one insertion or $1.00 pi r week.
Olt NALK. Hab-r's chairs, mtrtt stand, ta
LblesAc CON It!) ALBA, Sixth street
VOH UtALE.-Dlanks, Chutla! Murgsgfn, Slice! tl
A Warranty and Wnrra'ilv O.-rrl. m t lliilii,t,
Job odlce 7) Ohio Levee '
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Ion ing poses:
rUAYF.lt, .HMN OK AKC (Mivldnf Orleans),
1HHJ HOY. UKKMANY,
0 IDDKHS OF MriEKTY.
AMibL Or rKACE, Ktc, Ktc.
75c. o()c. and 25c. no extra cliarce
for Reserved Seats, ot Bnder's.
TtAUTWtO HERMAN Pioprlotor.
IIAltKY SMlTil Manager.
jvt and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial list of articles and prices,
Small Safes, -
:i ot)Lo3 75
5 00 to 5 60
5 00 a set.
- 2 25 to 2 50
ti 00 to 6 60
19c to4-5ener yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for 75c, large size.
And ail other Household aud Kitchen Furni
ture at same proportion. Wo have aa Immense
lock of ill kind and must sell.
H. J. HINSON,
Cor. lOtti St. Ac WKlrington Are.