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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
No tire lit I nix column, eignt corns par Una fur
Srm aud flvs ctiiii per una aacn aurtauquennusar-
.ion. Kr oue wvek. 9u cents por Uuo. for out)
mouth, (H) cbiiU par Una.
Just received, two cars choice E. Rose
MichUran potatoes. is. Wilson,
tH 77 Ohio Levee.
To all who are surtoring 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, kkkk
0? cnAiuiB. This great remedy was
discovered tiy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joskpii T. Isman, Station I)., New York
Uaity homes and smiling faces are in
variably the result of wise parents constant
ly keeping "Seller's Couh Syrup" on hand.
The Nov. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind.says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Sbiloh'a Consumption Cure. (9)
Galvanised Scales tor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, and Grocers. Send
for circular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Millions Given Away.
MiUiuus of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Scliuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, aud try for yourself. It never fails to
Mrs. Melissa Damom, 165 V. Indiana
ave., Chicago, III., says: "Brown's Iron
Bitters has proved itself to be the best
tonic I ever used."
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
tlectnc Bitters, iou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Iltrry W.Schuh. (5)
M Ef man's Peitomzkd Beek Tonic, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, fnrce generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion.
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all i-n-leebled
conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, pHrticulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Hold by Druggists. (II)
ducKien s Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
(Torns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Gko. K
Skr a woman in another column near
Bpeer's Vineyard, picking grapes from
which fyxvr'i Port Gripe wine is male,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the uso of invalids, weakly
persons and the wi. Hold by druggists.
Ark you made miserahle by Indigestion,
Constipt'ion, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin! StiiloVs Vitalizer Is a poli
ty cure. (IOj
New Blitcksmith Shop.
A new horse sli'teing shop lias been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
tnanucr of blackxmithing and wagon work
done to order. Ili-pitiring work a specially.
Work don promptly. tf
Hiving purchaaeU Ihu Ukcry ol J.
Anthony, on WasthlngtwD avenue between
9th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
Ac. of the beat quality it ths lowest prices
to bo round in the city. Call aud sue me
12 1! tf JaoobLatnkk.
Cottage For Sale.
I oil r my cotugo next to the
comer ot 21t and Poplar itreets,
Last tide, at a barin Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. S. Lkhtoivitch,
EnzliiM ami Saw Mill for Sale
Two engines an I one saw mill coiniete
to avut, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Oroi., Dingola, ills.
Two furnisher! rooms for rent,
to Mrs. S. Williamson.
A Reward !
$10 is offered by Cairo Lodge, No. a7
A. F. Si A. M., for the recovery and deliv
cry here of the body of Juuies M. Edwards
who was drowned al lots place Friday even
lug, March 2nd. Had a lnrgu scar on right
cheek, effect of a scald,
tf Apply to M. Fuss, W. M.
. Choice Early Rose and Early Ohio
potatoes, apples, onions, choose, buttr
egtfi, fcc i for sale, at my store on 8th
street. O.M. Ai.dkn. tf
To Tluwe Owing Taxes'
You will save cost bycalliug and settling
. at ouce, for oo the 1st of April cost will be
added. Joiim Hoixms,
lw Sheriff and Collector.
Dog Tax Duo, Notice!
All puraom owing dog-taxes or other tax
es or license will ave annoyance and costa
by calling at the city marshal office at once
and paying same. Louis u. oitkks,
Cairo, III., March 12, 1883.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theaa oommnl, ten eanta par Una,
ch Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Coward any maira Duamess im....
always paid for.
Dr. Dunninir drives the best "road
cart" in the city.
David Davis is to be married to-day at
Fayette vi lie, N. C.
Charles Baker ot St. Louis paid a fly
ing visit to his friends in Cairo Sunday.
-Cooking Oil at G. I. Willliamson's
-Mr. J no. W. Trover, of St. Louis, was
in town, at The Halliday, yesterday.
William Harrell offers some good prop
erty for sale as will be seen by an "ad" in
City council will meet to-night in sec-
oud regular session this month. Some in
teresting business will probably come up.
Schoolchildren will find Tub Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Marshal Myers has an important notice
in special locals calling upon persons
owing taxes on dogs or other things to
"come to time" at once.
A broken shaft and fear of Wiggin's
storm were held responsible lor the non-arrival
of the steamer Fowler Saturday. But
the boat arrived on Sunday afternoon in
stead. Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
In another column will be found the
advertisement ot sale of personal' pioperty
belonging to the estate ot the late D. B.
Thistle wood. The sale takes place on Sat
urday the 23th of March.
Captain Jno G. D. Knight left yester
day tor Plum Point, to view the condition
of things there after the flood and perhaps
to have work resumed on the government
The rivers are falling everywhere above
us. The weather is clear, barometer and
thermometer rising, and the sewers are open.
In a few days now every low lot in town
will be high and dry.
About nine o'clock yesterday morning
the Fourth and Tenth street sewers were
opened. The other two will probably be
opened this evening. People will therefore
suffer very little fromsipe water this year.
A colored woman named Keed died
csterday on Twenty first street, and will
be buried to-day. Her husband was out
esterday taking up a collection to meet
t lie expense of the funeral.
Yesterday it was reported that several
cases of small-pox bad appeared in a house
on Eighteenth street. Drs. Wood and
Myers investigated the matter and found
untrue. There is not a sign of the dis
ease or of any other dangerous disease any
here in the city.
A colored man named Btptiste Hols-
n fell into the river from a barge near the
ml dump yesterday morning and would
ava drowned but for the prompt action of
Captain Short, of the tug Montauk, who
as near at hand and got the man out just
Yesterday forenoon Clayton Harriss,
the negro who shot another named Richard
Durbin, over a game of dice in Kinnebrew's
saloon several days ago, was brought before
Magistrate Comings for a preliminary hear
ing, uut Murom was as yet unable to ap
pear in court, and the examination was de
ferred several days longer.
The young switchman, Greenway, who
ast week was accidentally thrown under
the cars in the Illinois Central yards and
nairowly escaped being horribly mangled,
wi able to bo out niin yesterday. He re
ceived some had bruises in the back and
on one hip, and a long gash in one leg,
made by the car wheel, but no injuries that
arc likely to have lasting elToct.
Judge J. H. Kobinson convene 1 county
court yesterday morning; but very little
liumn' si was dono, principally because no
attorneys offeror to conduct cases, and no
defendants or witneswi were present Soma
important probata tuiinetswudiiposerl of,
and tlio casei againtt Richard Fitzgerald,
Jno. Koehler and Hrjuiro Johnson wore
nollied. Judge Robinson will be at bis
post again this morning.
Yesterday a stranger came into several
of our down town business homes and sig
niflcd bis intention of buying thorn out
His conversation and manner proved that
he was not "level
in" the- "upper story."
Ho was arrested and jailed, but released
when it was learned that he had come here
in charge of relntivei on their way to low
aud that ho had accidentally escped from
The tax payers nd friends of educa
tion ate tired of seeing their efforts lo edu
cato the colorod children of Cairo, balked
by the bail Influence of a fow Ignorant col
orod preachers whoso Idea of the labor
necessary to obtain an education Is very
crude. The colored hlpli school has the
best room in the city, has the highest ceil
Ing.tbo best ventilation and the host light.
A risitor to this school yesterday found the
teachers there, I good flre and only one
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 185.
scholar. The primary rooms below were
warm and dry, the water not yet up to the
floor. To remedy this evil of ignorance
among colored preachers, it is proposed to
have a bill passed by the legislature re
quiring all preachers te have a second grade
certificate of a school teacher before being
allowed to occupy a pulpit or have charge
of a church. Such a bill would drive all
ignorant preachers back to sawing wood
and "toting" sacks, where they belong.
The self styled "Jesse James," who
created some excitement in the Three States
house some days ao, was arrested, depriv
ed of his man v weapons and sent out of town
has returned with the intention of recover
ing his weapons by means of a writ of re
plevin. He threateus rengenance and de
clares that no man shall arrest him. He
hopes to prevent the sale of his arms on
next Monday, by the stepi ndicated, but it
is likely that he will be badly fooled.
-On the 17th of next month the terms
of Alderman Patier, Pettit, Kimbrough,
Hughes, and Wood expire, and also tbrwe
of the mayor and city clerk. Some of these
will probably be re-elected all of them
might be without any injury to the city.
Who will stand for re election if not all,
and who will be the substitutes for those
who don't, is as yet a matter purely for
speculation. It i stated with considerable
confidence that the colored people will
bring out a full muuicipal ticket.
Charlotte Thompson aud her troupe
produced "The New Jaue Eyre" to a very
good house last night. There must have
en over six hundred people present.
The play is very interesting throughout,
abouuding with thrilling scenes and af
fecting situations. Miss Thompson im
personated "Jane Eyer" with ability, in a
way that is attractive and impressive, and
peculiarly her own. She was well sup
ported by her company in every part, par
ticularly by Mr. Craig as "Lord Ii 'Ches
ter," Mr. Wooderson as "Jacob Buttercup,"
Mr. Wm. Yeraace as "Achille De Loon."
Little Clara Thropp as "Adele" mudu a
very favorable impression upon the audi
ence, as did also Miss Reynolds as "Lady
Ingram," and Miss Garth as "Mrs. Rscd."
The audience was visibly affected by
the sufferings of "Jane Eyre," and gave
frequeut expression to strong appreciation.
In the year 1723 the state of Illinois
was bought often Indian chief representing
ten tribes, by twenty-two white men in
Pennsylvania and England. The territory
was in two tracts, one called Southern Illi
nois and the other the balance of the state
snd a portion of Southern Wisconsin. The
consideration was "strouds, 260 blankets,
300 shirts, 150 pairs of Stroud breach
cloths, 500 pounds of gun-powder, 4,000
pounds of lead, one of knives, 30 pounds of
Vermillion, 2,000 gun flints, 200 pounds of
brass kettles, 200 pounds of tobacco, two
dozen gilt looking-glasses, one gross of
fire steels, 16 dozen gartering, 10,000
pounds of flour, 500 bushels ot Indian
corn, 12 horses, 12 horned cattle, 20 bush
els of salt and 20 guns, the receipt whereof
we do hereby acknowledge. These articles
have been paid and delivered in full coun
cil." The deed was signed and executed
before a French notary public at Kaskaskia
Mr. Barton's reply to Mr. Leonard,
published elsewhere, is very candid indeed
and ought to leave no doubt in the mind of
Mr. Leonard as to what estimation he and
his fellow Republicans are held in by the
Mr. Barton and his follow Republican. Mr.
Barton is generally a very out spoken man,
but he would hardly have dared to express
his real sentiments concerning the leading
colored men of this end of the district with
so much vigor, were it not that an election
is still some distance in the future. The
meekness with which the colored voter has
taken insults and neglect from Republican
eaders between elections, and the faithful
ness with which the said voter has al
ways marched up to the Republican crib
when election day dawned, Is making white
Republican leaders bolder and more con
temptuous of the just complaints of their
dark-skinned dupes. Barton knows as well
as we do that the Id-publican party of this
district, without the colored vote, would bo
in a hopeless minority but he also knows by
experience that the average colored Repub
lican couldn't be kickeil out of thn party
by a span of healthy mules.
Sometime ago A. G. Leonard applied
to Postmaster Murphy fur a position as de
livery clerk in the postoffice here; but he
didn't "get there" for reasons very sat
isfactory to the postmaster. In a recent is
sue of the Gazette Mr. Leonard, in a very
mild way expressed displeasure at this, In
liii view, Incxcuiablo disregard of the
claims of the colored voters of the party,
and thereupon Barton bocarmi indignant,
and in his last Free Press gives
vent to hsi feelings as follows:
"Wo believe we express the opinion of
nino-tenths of the party when we say we
aro sick and tired of this "Negro business."
Scarcely has there been an Issue of the
Cairo (colored) papers in which there has
Dot been a clamor for office. An I what la
tho claim set u, t Simply that a man's
skin is black and his hair kinky I We say
the party Is tired of this clamor and ought
to rid itself of it. Why should Leonard,
the editor of the Cairo Gazetto, have office?
What has ho done, either for the country or
the party! Nothing. Ills demands are
born of Ignorance anil Impudence. Hu
talks of heading a now party; why! be
cause he is not given an office. What are
bis claims! his skin is black aud his hair
kinky. He is entitled to just as much cou
sideration as the editor of the Free Press,
and entitled to nothing more. His going
out of the republican party would not be
known if he did not tell it. If the colored
republicans insist in maintaining tho color
line, it is their privilege to do it. But we
tell them frankly that skin and hair ar
gument is not potent for office. They
must bring forward intelligence, honesty
aud capacity, and throw them into tho
scale. Then their claims as republicans
will receive consideration. If the negro
vote can only bo held to the republican
party by putting negroes in office, irre
spective of everything but skin and hair,
in God's name let it go. Where the party
would lose one black vote it would gain
five white. The threat to go out of the
party is getting very stale; it is disgusting;
it should not longer pe tolerated. If
Leonard cannot make a living publishing a
paper let him go to work as s journeyman
printer. Others before him have done so,
and have not threatened or even com
plained. We assu'o hira that the republi
can party knows and cares but very little
about his business, and tho sooner he comes
to this conclusion himself the better it will
be for him."
"I never found any medicine that pro
uced such remarkable and intantmiii
effect as St. Jacobs Oil did," says Mr.
Dtiorr, proprietor ot the Belmont Hotel,
THE LAND OF FLOWERS.
aHL WANEE HOOSE,
:e House, )
Feb. 20, 1883.
From, this beautiful land or flowers our
minds wander back to Cairo
and our many friends there,
none of. whom holds a warmer place
in our hearts than your fannlar pages, aud
we sit down amid the green verdure soft
sunshine and flower perfumed air to write
you a little letter.
We left Cairo on the 28th ult. with many
sad regrets and all nature seemed to sm
pathize with our feelings for it rained a con
tinious pour from morn till night, and our
last look through tear dimned eyes at the
bright little city was shrouded in gloom.
We arrived at New Orleans without inci
dent worthy of mention, had a delightful
trip and will always take the D. R. Powell
for comfort, good fare, good attendance
and a good time generally.
We arrived at New Orleans in time to
witness the grand carnival which we de
cide! was a grand humbug. The city was
filled to overflowing with strangers who
had to pay dear for their fun in the exor
bitant price charged for everything.
Staid in the aforesaid city nine days and
elt homesick for Cairo all the time. If we
had to choose between the two places for
a home Cairo would be our preference by
We sailed from Morgan City on the
steamer Morgan for the Florida coast. Af
ter a delightful rideot nine hours we reach
ed Eads Jetties. The scenery between
Morgan City and the ietties is sublime and
far beyond the power of pen to portray.
There the fine sugar plantation which
ines the banks of the river ab'ove New Or-
earn is replaced by the orange groves,
each with its picturesque villa and white
cabins in the distancn, one grove succeed-
ng auother in an almost continuous line
with hero and there a neat white chapel
with its tall spire pointing heavenward
peeping through the green foliage; then the
hills and green verdure in the back ground
all forming a picture which must be seen
to be appreciated and when once seen never
We reached the jetties at six p.
in., and in a tew moments struca
into the gulf. Over tho rest
ol the voyage Deab Bulletin
permit us to kindly draw a veil. Suffice
it to say that in ten minutes after we had
n ached the swell which he did while the
passengers were seated at supper, tho
table was deserted, and the groans and
sounds which proceeded from tho state-
rot. in gave one the impression that all were
having anything but a delightful time,
except a few old travellers who tried to
promenade the deck, and kindly laughed
at the "land lubber" below. We landed at
Cedar Key at 0 o'clock Saturday morning,
and you would never have guessed that this
sick, forlorn Unking lot were your frivol
ling companions of Tuesday, when all were
gay and everything went as meiry as a
Our objective point was Tampa Buy, but
your correspondent, like, most of her fel
low passengers, had had quite enough of
gulf travel, and will defer the visit to
Tampa until the railroad reaches that
The HuwanoQ House, at which we am
stoppinit, is a tl no hotel of sixty rooms, and
Is hi Litis time tilled with northern visitors,
win gladly exchange their snow and
ice bound homes i i the north for this in
debcrlbably l'air clime, aud find It really
cheaper to do so than to wrap themselves
in cosily furs aud pay large coal aud wood
bills and then not bo able to keep comfort
able at home. The number of visitors to
this statu this winter far exceeds that of
any previous yenr.
Much lias boon said and written about
the climate of Florida, but wothlukitii
Indescribable. There is a peculiar rest
fulners in 11 balmy, dreamy atmosphere
that inuit bo lolt tobo understood or ante
dated, Everything seems to move so easi
ly and sui'Mithly along here that ono feels
Headquarter for DruggNtH. PhyHlclana, General Store-Keepers.
PtTKK D'UUQS, FINIS OIIEMIOALS,
Fluid Extracts, Elixirs, Ointments, Syrups, Tinctures,
And all Standaxxl Pharmaceutical! I 'reparations.
White Lead White Zinc. Colori. Dry and in Oil.
Coach Colors, Artist's Tub Colore.
I ropared House Painty Painters' Supplies,
ax 1 lower Material. Alabantino.
TAINT AND VAMIS1I BRUSHES,
7-4 COaAo Levee aadT
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
rw .M sl w jl
STUATS POPULAR M RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
and Misses' School and Dress
every last from "IP to
You will find it to your interest to buy Shoes from
Noli cus In thi. column itirua liuta ur leu &ceul.
one Insertion ur l ilki rr week.
iiOKSALB. Illairka, CiitUUl Morgagea, suuciol
Warranty and Warrant Deed, al ttia Bulletin
Job ufllce 78 Ohio I.evoa
JOOD LOTS FOK SALE. Od Kallroad street
" belo titti, Ihree lots et, and ID, block IV &hy
UOeacb, maklnu T5 fet on Kallroad direr l and a)
feet deep, rur particulars aply at bulletin offlce.
FOR RENT Store room on Commercial ava. near
Mh.t., jo; cottaite on Commercial and iKtb
t. ; ona on i'eulrrat.; one on ID, wet of l orn
inerclal ; one on 1'oular near DlyUioo; one on Hth,
went of Wanlilnifton; two on Commercial above
Imh : dwelling on 7th and Jcfluraou; one on Cedar
Dear .'3d; three ill Whiter Row.
m J huh iiM , rteai r.niaie ahi-iu.
VOH SALE Dwelling linuae. (mall .tore bouse
and two lots, enruer 12in and Locost; blithest
Kroundjn Cairo. a-ISJw WM. 11 Alt HULL.
frANTED-ConiiiH-rclal Traielers aud local
I' iir.Miln avHrvuhum III lha I'll I le d Males to
tell "Warren's. Kntiru Wheat Tateiit Flour." the
only true food mmr"; rnverrd by pateuts; business
exclusive. KHAN KLIN MILLS CO.,
I. Ukl !..!. US I'klyani. Ill
iJt. hi v ini m ui. x ui.hu, hi.
SOMKT1IINO NEW for Canvassers and Htruel
meu. Hell at sight. H-nd stamp for Ht-paga
i . .. . ., ,,
catalogue. 11. N. UOl HK, Cincinnati, u.
sooa after hu arrival that ho has left the
fretful, nervous srxl niaily rushing worhl
behind him, and feels like exclaimint;
with the old chieftain: when he struck his
tent pole in the soil of Althama: "There
It Is said that (his country offers in
ducements to both the rich ami the poor
nmn, not to !u overlooked and without a
purallel in any other country. Of this wo
will send you our opinion alter we have
mido a trip of inspection through the state,
which we expect to commence to morrow.
With our best wishes for the true old Hul-
i.ktin, we remain, yours truly, I. A. M.
An exchange remarks that, "the hest
teachers ase thoHtt who learn something
new themselves every dav," so we announce
this day that several thousand important
cures have befit ma lo by the use of Dr.
Hull s JoiiKh Myrup.
That's What Ha Wanted
A iiiiiii wlut hud bi'i-n iiiivlni.sinZ a
horso mid ciitli-r whh yesterday Hpiwilinjj
tho iniimnl up mid dow n Park Htroct,
when a polii'oiiian said lo him:
"That's fitur I lines you have been
racing up and down."
"Yen, just four."
"Ami you want to quit, or you'll get
"I'll complain of yon."
"At what rato will you swear that I
"At least eight miles an hour."
"Will you, h si, Injun? Will you
say at least eight P"
"I will, ami the Recorder will lino you
"Say," said the man nsho pulled out
& $. bill mid extended It, "tnko this and
do mo it favor. Make complaint thut I
was driving ut least eight miles an
hour, and have mu lined for It. I bought
this old beiist for a foiir-mllo-aii-hour
horso, and if it gets around among tho
boys that ho eiin sleii at tho rule of eight
I can sell lilm fur -." In cash ana u
locond-hnnd overcoat.! (Jo mid enter tho
complaint to-dny, ho that It will bo
mentioned In the'monilng impel', and
don't forget Mi say eight miles nn hour
eight miles on your solemn a lib I it vy!"
BrjuscitrnKHM can ohdbii Tub Dull
TIN or TIIK CAtlUIKH Oil nt POSTAL card.
Our " KENSINGTON POLISH "
continues as popular as ever;
ami our Stock of Spring Shoes
is now nearly complete, a large
invoice having been received Sat
urday, and consists of Children's
Shoes, and Ladies' Shoes on
I will sell at publle sale at ibe late residence of
David B. Tbietlewood l' miles west of i'iilakl,
Saturday, March 21, 1833,
commencing at 1" o dork In the lonuon.
Personal propsrty aa fuiluws:
HOHSKb, CATTLB, 11008, WACiOND,
bl'UUV, HARNESS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Household and Kitchen Furniture aud articles too
numerous to mention.
Terms made kuowa on day of sale.
ja. u. axiTu.
KUHIilT . mim.
Grand Central Store.
OAIKO. - -
" N. B. Thistle wood & RiuT
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
On i ro, - - - Illinois.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEE.
0t I1U0LI1 1IM 1 Llli
""claVAvTar' i CtUlO, IlHllOlS.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
full lino or all tho latum, nuwost colors
nd quality, aod best tnauiifactura.
UAHP1CT J.HCPAHTM1CJV P.
Itodr Bruasuls, Tapcstrliw, It(iraii)s, till
Clotii and Gents' Furnishing
Thla Dipartmout occaplui full flair anil
la aomilal,ln all respoctc. Moods aru
guaranteed ot latest aiyla and bust ma- .
Bottom rrlcp katl First-class Oootlul