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On account of the unfavorable weather
which prevailed almost throughout this
whole season, we will offer our entire
stock of fresh and seasonable Summer
Goods, comprising Dress Goods, Lawn end
less variety of white goods, Kmbroderies
and Laces atsnch low rates, so a j to make
it a item of importance to every purchaser
to take advantage of these extraordinary
inducements, to take effect 3Ionday, Juno
4ih, and lasting this entire month. One
of the chief attractions this week will
be our special sale of Fans and Parasols,
the prices of which are reduced so low to
astonish the public. A cordial invitation
to this special sale is extended to all.
J. & I. BURGER.
124 Commercial Ave.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEM8.
Notice in dim eoiainn. ten ceut per line,
Mrb Insertion and whether marked or oat, if ealcu
luted to toward any men's basinets Interest r
al way paid for.
For a fine Mithustek Piano, call at
Robert BairJ, Jr., was dangerous sick
Fine Riad Carts or Gigs at the
Novelty Iron Store at UO to $42.50.
Civil Engineer Berkly, of the Mobile
and Ohio railroad, is lying very sick at The
Buggies and wagons, a good stock, at
lowest prices, at Woodward's.
On tho 26th instant Miss Lizze Reno
and Mr. Scott Singleton, of Mound City, are
to be married.
Mrs. L. B. Church and daughter, in
company with others, hive gone on a pleas
ure trip to Mobile.
Hand Force-Pumps, the best in use, at
12.00. Call and see them at Novelty Iron
The Wabash train was three hours late
last night. A. wash-out at New Burnsi Je ia
supposed to have been the cause.
The funerals of the late Richard Hurd
and James T. Thomas occurred yesterday nt
11 o'clock a. m. snd 2 o'cluck p. m. respec
tively. Hearths of English stylo tiling, verv
fine. Large stock for 4 50 to $8.00, at
Novelty Iron Storo.
The family of Passenger Agent John
Jonon, of the I. C. R. R. Co., will go to Dixon
Springs about the 1st of July, to spend the
Tha gra lusting exsreises at the Ches
ter Military School takes place next week.
Will IlalliJty, who is nmon the graduates,
has been chosen to deliver the salutatory.
Avery's Improved Cistern Pump,
strong and durable, guaranteed to purity
the water, at Woodward's.
The old baso ball nine known as the
Chicago Clothing House nine, of lsst year,
has been reorganized, with two new addi
tions. Mr. George Cook, brother-in-law of
Mr. V. B. Pettis, is in Virginia spending
the summer. Little Walter, son .of Mr
Pettis, accompanied him there.
Andrew Lolir's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale ou at the leading saloons. tf
Miss Lena Ray, formerely of this city,
but who removed with her parents to Mem
phis some time ago, is in the city on a visit
to hi-rauut, Mrs. Robert Uaird, and friend.
Judge Bnm is hiving the rear end of
his house at the corner of Twelfth tre t
and Commercial avenue, occupied by Mr,
B. F. Blake, taken out and replaced with a
Piwtinaater Murphy hu his iron rail
ing, encWiog the mail department in the
poitofllce, all up and tenia happier and
more secure than before. The railing is
ornamental as well a useful.
The family of Mr. C R. Woodward
are fully settled in their elegant new rosi
dence, corner Tenth and Walnut. This is
one of the lundwrueat and by all odds the
most convenient houae In the city.
The case of the Peoplo of the sta'e of
Illinois for usi of U. F. Bauer vs. Jacob
Lehning, K. Sunanka et. al. was taken up
by the circuit coutt yesterday. Mr. 9. P.
Whoelor tfpLears for the plaintiff and
Messrs. Green and Gilbert for the defen
The weather of 'the past few days bsi
caused the thoughts of more than one to
turn longingly towards the cool shades at d
pure breezisB at Dixon 8prings. The time
and the cash is all that Is needed. Partite
can leave boms in the morning and be at
the Springs for dinner.
Though tbo evening was favorable,
thero was good attendance at the Baptist
church last eight and an interesting meeting-several
persons weut forward for pray
era and one united with the church. In
compliance with numerous requests Dr.
Purser has consented to repeat the sermon
delivered some ten days since on "The
Handwriting on the Wall." This will be
the theme for this evening. Inquiring
meeting at i o'clock this afternoon, regular
service at 8 o'clock.
The roof of a frame building on
Twelfth street, belonging to Patrick Ma
loney, was on fire yesterday afternoon;
but the flames were extinguished with
buckets before much damage was done or
the fire department could act- The dam
age will amount to probably fifty dollars.
The I. C. R. R. Co. have issued a 32
page book giving a list of summer resorts
and a description ot the wonderful magnetic
and mineral springs on their line with en
graved glimpses of the most romantic
scenery in the northwest, which will prove
of great interest to those contemplating a
trip in the north this summer.
The explosion of a coal oil lamp in the
residence of Mr. Mathew Walsh, in the low
er portion of the city, Tuesday night csused
agreat scare and considerable damage to the
furniture of the room in which it took place,
and, but forth prompt well-direct action of
Mr. Walsh, might have resulted in the de
struction of the property. No alarm was
The Robert Mitchell Furniture Co,
Cincinnati, Ohio, have published au ex
quisitely illustrated catalogue of 312 pages.
The illustrations are engravings from phot
ographs of goods of their manufacture.
The cost of the book is over $1.00 per copy,
but to all interested in home embelishment,
they will send it on receipt of 50 cents in
A young fellow with a squeaking
voice, which he used with annoying vigor
and constancy in a down town saloon, call
ing himself a cow-bny from Cowboyville,
Texas, b g , and offering to lick any
brace of cowardly whelps within a mile of
this d d town, was "takin in" by O (Beers
Martin and Mahanny yesterday and lodged
in jtil to sober up. He became very meek
on his way to the calaboose.
The Railroad G izette shows the earn
ings of seventy-six railroads for April to
have been $20,167,270, an amount greater
by $1,837,006 than the same roads earned
in tho corresponding month in 1882, though
it is 2 2 per cent, less per mile than was
earned last year, the length of roads being
greater this year than last by 4,032 miles.
This of course is not a favorable showing,
and is somewhat unexpected, as being a
tailing off from the preceding months.
Commencement exercises will be held
at the Carbondale Normal school on the
11th instant. They will be highly interest
ing as some of our citizens who have atten
ded them in former years will know, and a
number of Cairoites will go to attend them.
No doubt all who go will be entertained
and benefited. The people of Southern
Illinois should take some pride in the in
stitution, and show their interest by attend
ing in large numbers the most important
event of every year in the history of the
In compliance with the resolution of-
ercd in the council meeting Tuesday night
by Alderman C. O. Patier, Marshal Myers
is now making up a list of all who, under
tho ordinances, are subject to taxes for tho
privilege of doing business in the city, but
who have not yet "como to time." The
next resolution will probably bo in the
form of an order to the marshal, requiring
him to proceed under the ordinances against
all who shall be in arrears after a given
uate. Those whom it concerns ought to
take notice of this and pay up to save
The Library meoting yesterday was
tery interesting and the audience larger
thin usual,- as large as could be accom
ruouatcd ta the Libtary Room. Among
those present was Bishop Seymour, on his
way to Metropolis to perform the ceremony
at the marriage of Rector Davenport and
Miss Willis to-day. The papers read, "The
story of the banner" was an interesting lec
ture delivered at Chautauqua; letters by
Mrs. U. U. Candee wore written from Cln
ciunati, descriptive of the Rook wood
THE DAILY CAIR0 BULLETIN:
Pottery, The school of Wood Carving, and
an account of the Dramatic Festival, read
by requost ot the club woro delightfully en
tertaining. "Thoughts about Life" by Miss
Ualiiday, is a paper too lull of fine things
to be lost; wo have obtained a copy to
publish to-morrow snd believe the readers
of Thk Bulletin will enjoy reading it as
much as tho writers audience did listening
to It. At tho close of the Literary exercises
Bishop Seymour favored the meeting with
a few remarks eulogistic of the papers read
and of tho ladies club.
Of those who left on the steamer Silver
Cloud yesterday afternoon to attend the
wedding of Rector Davenport and Miss
Fannie Willis at Metropolis to-day, were
Mr. and Mrs. Miles F. Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Menager, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Candee,
and Misses Katie Howard and Maud Rit
tcohouae. Besides these the relatives and
few friends of tho bride in Metropolis
and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, of Du Quoin,
will be present at the wedding. The cere
mony will take place this morning at the
residence of the bride's parents; a big din
ner and a little reception will be held and
then the party will go aboard of the steam
er Silver Cloud and coma down to Cairo
and from here they will Btart out for a wed
ding tour of several weeks.
At the instance of Postmaster Mur
phy, petitions were circulated among citi
zens here some days ago, asking the post
master general to establish a system of street
mailing boxes in this city, in accordance
with section 333 of the postal laws, giving
the postmaster general power to do this in
any city where, in his opinion, such a system
may be necessary or prove convenient to
the people. The petitions have been num
erously signed and will soon be forwarded
to Washington. The establishment of the
system is probably more neces
sary here than in many cities
where it now exists, becaue
the city is so much scattered and many
citizens must now go a lorg distance in or
der to mail a letter. If the boxes are put
up, several carriers will be appointed,
whose duty it will be to gather up the mail
from all the boxes at given times during
the day. The great convenience resulting
from thi?, not only to the residents, but to
the many transient people always in the
city, is obvious.
The collections in this internal revenue
district under General C. W. Pavey, collect
or, and Major W. H. Eubanks, deputy,
were as follows during' the month ot May
just past: D.stilled spirit, f 24,092 .93;
tobacco, snuff, cigars, etc., $43,682.83; fer
mented liquors, $10,261.29; total, $78,037.
14. It will be observed that the total
amount is much greater than it has been
for a number of months back, and this,
too, in spite of the fact that nothing was re
ceived from banks and bankers, which tax
was removed by recent act of congress; and
although the tax on cigars, etc., hu been
materially reduced, the principal increase
appears on tabicco. This increase is due
partly to the fact that the tobacco and li
quor interests have become fairly started
again under the new law.'but principally to
the collection of the annual special taxes, or
licenses, due from dealers in manufactured
and rawgoods, which were collected in May.
t is believed that the reduction in the tax
on tobacco will not effect the collections
very much. The collections on spirits will
probably be larger henceforward than they
have been ot lite, because the distilleries are
now in operation again; but it will proba
bly be some time before .the receipts from
this source will be as large as they were
formerely, as there is a combination among
the proprietors to the large distilleries, to
run their establishments at only half their
capacity, in order to first get rid of a large
bu rplus stock.
St. Patrick's church was the scene ot a
brilliant social event yesterday afternoon at
1 :80 o'clock.
In accordance with previous announce
ment, Mr. Louis II. Bross and Miss Rosa J.
Rosesco were married there at the hour
named in the presence of an audience that
tilled every available Bpace in the large
The church had been decorated with
flowers in honor of the event. The bridal
party arrived on time and, preceded by
the ushers, Messrs. D. J. Foley and Clar
ence Puttit, and accompanied bv the
groomsman, Mr. Frank E. Davis, and the
bridesmaid, Miss Emma Bross, marched
slowly toward the altar and in afuw moments
Father Murphy bad joined the principal! of
the party according totheheautitul.impres
Bivu ceremony of the Roman Catholic
From tho church tho party wont to the
elegant residence of tho brides' parents on
Washington avenue near Suvonth street,
whure many friends met them and show
crod congratulations aud good whcs upon
From tho residence tho happy couplo
wore driven to tho Illinois Ceutral passen
ger depot followed by many friends who
'saw them off" for St. Louis, from whence
they will visit other places of interest, ro
turning in a week or two.
The dressoi worn by tho brido and
bridesmaid wero exceptionally beautiful
and costly, and wero much commented
upon by those who attended tho coremony.
mi a .
idm worn uy mo on to was of delicate
hade of pink brocadod silk, mado after the
nchost pattern, and the conventional veil
and otango blossoms compluted the cos
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1883.
ttime. That of the bridesmaid was equally
gorgeous, being composed of tine materials
of various shades.
Tho fact that the groom is son of Judgo
F. Urosi and a rising young -man in the
city, and the bride tho daughtor of Mrs.
Saup and a very accomplished young lady,
makes the event one of more than ordinary
importance of its kind and justifies even a
more extended notice than this, which lack
of space, however, forbids.
The following is a list of the inany ele
gant presents left by friends here and from
abroad, at the residence of the bride's pa
rents: Set parlor furniture, by parents of bride.
One bed room set, by parents of the
One chamber set, by the sister of the
groom, Miss Emma Bross.
Two baskets of cut flowers, from the
groomsman, Mr. Frank Davis.
Two bouquets, with bird and cage, from
Mrs. and Miss Maggie Burns.
One floral decoration, "Horso Shoe," by
Mrs. Ohas. Frank.
One large bouquet, by George J. Becker
One waiter of cut flowers, by Mrs. John
Two fine oouquets, from Mrs. Wm. H.
Two large chromo, by Mr. and Mrs.
Two fine wall brackets, by Mr. and Mrs.
Handsome silver toilet set or vases, by
Mr. F. Malinski.
One family fine silver cake basket, by II.
C. Page of Memphis, Tenn.
One case with painted card, by Mr. I.
Isaac, of St. Louis.
One tidy, by Jennie Malatista, of Mem
phis. Pair silver vases, by Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Buder, of Columbus, Miss. ,
Set silver teaspoons, by Mr. and Mrs. S.
One gold watch, by the mother of the
Silver tray, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Silver butter dish, by Frank Pohle, of
Silver cake basket, by A. Tonier & Son,
Silver butter dish,gold finish, by E. Buder.
Cigar case, by Mr. and Mrs. Malatista, of
Pearl card case, by R Malatista,
Pin cushion, by Miss Lillie Malatista, of
Handsome butter eMail and knife, by Mr.
and Mrs. John Gates and Julia Hunsakcr.
Large silver fruit dish, by Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Bowers.
Silver pickle castor, and fork, by Miss
Handsome work box complete, by Mr.
and 3Irs. A. Malatista.
Gold lined ladle with cut gla, by Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Herbert.
Silver and china fruit dish, by Mr. and
Mrs. F. Tiechman.
One fine jewel case, by Miss Fitzgerald
and Mrs. James Coleman, mother and
Majolica tea set, by Miss Lena Kline.
Card receiver, bv Mrs. Annie Kline.
Pair silver vases with glass, by Mr. and
Pair glass vases an mat, with flowers, by
Mr. R. Marnell.
Silver cake basket, by L. Burger.
Silver vase with (glass, by Mr. and Mn.
Set handsome china plates, by Louis
Fine hanging lamp, by Mr. and Mrs.
Miller of Pincknfyville, Ills.
Silver tea set, carved work, by Augustus
Silver and glass berry dish, by Geo.
Silver card receiver, by Mr. and Mrs.
Silver spoon holder, by Mr. and Mrs.
Silver vaso with glass, by Mr. and Mrs.
One Hteel engraving, by Mr. and Mrs.
Handsome rug, by Messrs. Goldstine &
Pair Italian marble vases and card re
ceiver, by mother of bride.
A lame old nag they called Dot,
Was cured right up on the spot,
And in every race,
He got the first place,
St. Jacobs Oil helped him to trot.
To Sergeant tlluflT:
At last you've accepted, in doggorel rhyme,
My cballengo to combat, Indeed It was time.
I feared that a cavuo heart throlibud under yonr
And a martial extorlor icreuned fear within.
Vow, IlluiT, a word wlih you before this affray,
When our life blood onanngulnes the levee's rich
I'm a l.eaguor, chuck full of culture and such,
My diet, Boston hoani no otberi I touch.
I eat them for breakfait, dinner ind tea,
In fact, I Innch on them wherever I be.
I'm a soldier, though Dover In tba battle's lond din ;
The tochnlquu of war I know) at Cheater I've been.
When decked In my uniform, epaulets grand,
Armed Car a vn; so prr udly I stind '
At Snip's corner, that girls, pasting near,
Whisper lowly, "How nendiotnel" I feign not to
I can shoot, fanee and wreetlo, in all am inrsrb,
I'm an ' Ideal Leaguer" as may be Inferred.
The tliiw or oar mo ting, the Fourth of July,
BuUe me exactly. To the Croii levee I'll hie
At mldnlghti Dr. I'arker my surgeon will be
To bandage my woindi, should I fait In the mm.
FUta balls I will brlutf, aud two lsrte catapults,
To revengs the good "Leaguer" for your many la
FOR FINISUING, TINT! NO AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The Only Natural and Durable Material Known for llie Purpose,
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER
ANY HOUSEKEEPER OAfr APPLY IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
The result is surprising, as it obliterstes all stripes and colors, covers patches and will
not cause a wrinkle or blister in the paper; and the room is mado proof against bugs,
etc., by brushing Alabastine in the cracks and around the casings und base, where It
sou like stone. fcgTReady for use by adding hot watcr.JPj Fifty cents worth of Ala
rjastinewill cover 50 square yards of average wall with two coats; snd one coat will pro.
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any other preparation, on the same
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints and learn our prices.
7s Otsio Levee and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
iHolicei In tan eoiumn, eit.ni cents per Una for
Ireland five centa Dee llna aarh anhatwiniint inuh
Hod. Kor oua week. 30 centa ner line, rot one
mouth . so centa per line
For Bent or Sale.
One of the most desirable residences at
Villa Ridge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
R. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.; also piano
for sale. 2w
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 193 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
2 miles from railroad station.
E. A. BCRKETT.
lee, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. Der 100 lbs.:
good, dry wood, sawed, 14 per cord, and
kindling f 1 per, load, at Jacob Kite's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoein? shoo has been orven-
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. (9j
Mrnsman's I'kttomzed Bkki Tonic, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blcxxl
inaking, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility ; also, in all en
leebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
8old by Druggists. (3)
To ruculate the liver, atom&ch. and bow.
els. all you need is 'Seiler8' Liver Pills."
Tike them and sec.
Prevent sickness by taking occasionilly
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. (4)
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with Uw and de
pressed spirits, I oris of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You 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 Harry W. Schuh. (5)
Million, Given Away.
Millions 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 poasessod by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
cure. W '
Work Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to 7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 185 and 197
Fultou Street, New York.
Mr. II. W. Ryan, Blue Island ave Chi
cago, 111., says : "I have used Brown's Iron
Hitters with most nappy results wuen sui
foringfrom a diseased stomach'
Uuckien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Uruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per lxx. For sale by Harry
bKB a woman in another column near
Spoor's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spflcr's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly OBtuemod by tho medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and IndiHcretions of youth, nervous weak
nctm, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fheb
of ciiahok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a BoH-addressod envelope to the Rev.
Joskpii T. Inman, Station D., New. York
A us you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appotite,
Yellow Skin! Bhlloh's Vltallr-or is a posi
. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
ON TBK OCCASION Of THE
TO BE HELD FH0M
May 24 to Jane 23, 1883.
The Illinois Central Kallroad will ran on of
their popular excursion br speclnl train on Tues
day, Jun 19, 1881. Train leave Cairo at S:SU a.m.
Fare to Chicago and retnro,
Arriving at Chicago at 6:3) p. m. of the fame day
ADMISSION, 50 Cents!
The Brat Eipoallion of the kind evtr held
in lh World.
Vialtori will havna frrandop.ortnnltrorwltaes.
ing the Tollman i'role-aional Heaita a: Pullman.
His.. Jane St and 1, 1st. Among tbe gurtei are
Champion of the World;
WALLACE Ross, OSO. HOSVBH, OBO. W.
LEE, CHAb. JC.'.Ol'KTN'BY.anda
Domkor of othee.
The Summer Knnntne Meeting, of the Cnieagj
Driving I'ark. Jane tldto Jaly fib. Inclusive ror
programme, write D. L. Hall, Hecretarjr, Chicago.
y Sleeping car w II ba atta.h4 to the above
train at Cairo, 111. It will be ready for w-copancv
at dp; m, June IB Kate per berth, J W. Appli
cation for bertha akould be made to J . F Merry,
Gen'IWe-tern l'aa. Agent, lUuchei er. Iowa, on
or before June !th.
CtTTiekMa will be go d to ret tin on a before
Tfeuridajr. July a, to Include tho train of that dev.
Attention I called to the fact that the Evening
Train oat of Chtragaetopaoalv at certain p.ilnta
onth of Efflngh m. and no other tope will be
made for parti, a holding Kxcorr crn Ticket
J.F. Tl'CKER, A. H. HANhO.
Triifie Manager. Gen. PaM Agent.
J. P. MURKY, Oea. Western I'm. Agent, Man
Our wagons are now delivering; the
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parts of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
you that we will serve you' regularly
with . ,
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We iruaranteo full weifflits at all
Delivered 100 lbs. aud upward, 4.0c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telphoue No. 98.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model .Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co.
,MXVrecnutnerr'i Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full lino of all tha latent, niiwuit colon
and qnallty, and bet manufacture.
UAItPiCT DKPAUTMKN V.
Rait Brnaaela, Ttpetrlo, Itigiami, Oil
Cloth, Ac,, Ao.
Uinv and Gents' Fi
Thla Department occnplo a full flor and
la complete In all ruepoct. Good are
Guaranteed 'ol lateat style and boot ma
erlal. Sottom Prices and First class Goods!