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THK P A 1 1 jV CAJKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOENIMG, JUNE 14, 1883.
LOWEE THAN EVEE!!
12 different kinds of wide and narrow brim
- Straw Hats; your choice, 75 cents worth 1.25
to $2.00. Mannilla Straw Hats, the very latest
stylo and the very thing to have tor dress, $1.51);
' sold last year 3.00 to 3.50, and the beginning
of this season, $2.50 to $3.00. 4 different
styles of Mannillas, your choice, 2.00 well
worth 3.00 to $3.50.
We bought our stock of Straw Hats this
year in large quantities, dirt cheap.
The People's Hatter.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notieea in tneae eommni, ten eenu per line,
each munition and whether marked or net, if celcu
luted to toward any mau'i bueineee tntereat ate
Hot biscuit exhibitiou of llosford'a
Baking Powder this moraine and evening
at Boston Caab store. It
Misses Maud Burnett tnd Ajinie Ford
are away on a visit.
The healthy brain continues devel
oping up to forty-nine. Ilave your beads
examined by Prof. Patty at Howard House.
An adjourned regular meeting of the
city council will be held next Tuesday
evening to consider matters of importance
left unfinished at the last meeting.
Don't forget the sociable to be given
by the ladies of the Methodist church
this evening at the residence of G. D.
Among the bills allowed by the city
council at Tuesday nights' meeting was one
of $22.50 to St. Mary.s Infirmary, for the
care of paupers during the month of May.
Mr. John Tanner expects to return to
Cairo with his business, and to occupy his
old stand on the. corner of Washing avenue
and Eleventh street, now occupied by Mr.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant ntid
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
Mrs. Gourde Lentz comtemplates a trip
to Zauesville, Ohio, on a visit to relatives,
taking with her her invalid father. During
her absence Mr. Harry Lentz and family
will occupy her residence here.
Boston Belle Flour as used with Hob
ford's Baking Powder. Call and get a biscuit
this morning and evening. Everybody is
The jury in the Kobler divorce
found a verdict in favor of thecomplainnut
Tuesday night after being out three or four
hours. The attorneys in the case were, Mr.
J. M. Lansdon for the plantiff ami Messr.
Green & Gillert for the defendant. A
motion for a new trial was filed by the at
torneys for the plaiutiff.
A railroader familiarly known as
"Three fingered Jack" was arrestod by Of
ficer, Martin and Mahanny yesterday and
jailed under an old exueutiou. Oil the
way to jail he ventured to express himself
in terms very incomplimentary to Officer
Martin who had hitu in churge and tue of
ficer let him have one in the etr when near
Tenth stroet that hid the effect of making
''Jack" keep his opinion to himself.
The shipment of strawberries from
Centralia last week was ono of the largest
for any one week ever sent. Beginning on
Sunday with the bitfgebt one day's ship
ment ever known there, it has been getting
smaller thiough the week, but still letting
down eay. Here are the figures. Suuday,
thirteen cars; Monday, eleven; Tuesday,
ten; YednusJay, nine; inurnlay, nine;
and Friday, seven, making 59 cars of 450
crates each, crates of 24 quarts each,
731,200 quarts. Figure it up yourself how
In the circuit court yeaterdny a motion
for a new trial mudo by the attorneys fur
the defense in the case of Thomas Lewis
vs. Henry Wells, another by tlio attorneys
for the prosecution in the cao of C. How
ard & Son vs. the Illinois Central railroad
comaany, and still air.ituer by the attorneys
for the prosecution in ttiu case of vs.
Q. II. Leach were overrulud by the court.
Court adjourned until Fiidsy, when an
Other case will probably be dUposud of, af
tor which another adjournment will be
taken until the 21st when tlio court will
conclude the business of this term.
Prompted by some remarks made by
Aldermau McIIale at Tuesday's tnootlog of
the council, the mayor stated that he had
conferred recently with those authotized
to apeak for the Wsbaah, St. Louis and l'a
ciflo railroad company, relative to the con
template! removal of the company's freight
business from Uoiumeiciai avtuuo tnurciy,
and that there was a very tair prospect that
the work of laying the tracks on the Mis
sissippi right-of-way, for tho company's
freight business, would now soon be pushed
to completion. Negotations for procuring
the additional land necessary to enable the
company to reach its right-of-way without
again crossing the Illinois Central tracks,
which had been pending between the
Trust Property company and the railroad
company for some time, were now in a fair
way to be speedily concluded to the satis
faction of both parties; that a very reasona
ble figure had been placed upon the land
needed and that the company bad as yet
barely had an opportunity to consider and
accept or reject the ofler. That the com
pany's construction force had been for
Borne time, and was Btill, engaged in the re
moval of the shops, etc., from Carmi to Mt.
Vernon, and that as sxm as this work were
completed and its right-of-way Bccured,
tie force would be transferred to Cairo and
the work of laying the tracks around the
westerly side of the city would be finished.
Officers nogan and McTigue succeeded
after much labor and watching.and begging
witnesses to stand firm, assuring them of
protection azainst their own testimony, in
convicting the notorious negro gambler,
Lace Hamilton, of keeping a gambling
house in the lower portion of the city near
Commercial avenue. Hamilton had resort
ed to the tactics usually resorted to by his
class of criminals: he had procured a large
number of steamboat negroes who all
swore that there was no gambling done in
Hamilton's house,and he had threatened the
witnesses against him with prosecution if
they did not back out. But by the activity
of the officers in their efforts to counteract
these influences the tellow was convicted.
This being the first time Hamilton has been
convicted of this offense (though he had
several times figured as assistant to the fel
low Kinnebrew in the same disreputable
business) the court assessed the lowest fine,
1 10 and costs. Hamilton paid this small
fine very cheerfully and is perhaps even
now at his old tricks again, defying the
officers to catch him at it a second time. If
the keeping of gambling bouses and the
pernicious work of professional gamblers
are to be restricted in the city,(therc is per
haps no use in talking about prohibiting
them entirely) then those who are with
great difficulty convicted of these grave
crimes should recoive in every cune the
highest penalty prescribed by the ordin
ances; for small fines and exposure have
not the least terror for these criminals; they
only serve to advertise their business and
the payment of a small fine is a much bet
ter investment than "bread thrown upon the
An individual named Patrick Lally, of
whom tome of our readers will probably
remember having heard several times be
foro in connection with some deviltry, re
turned to the city only a day or two ug arter
an abnenco of some months, and forthwith
proceeded to make his preseuco known by
visiting a house on Thirteenth street,
known as the "white house," inhabited by
a number of soiled pigeons, and thcro
venting his ruffianism in his favorito way,
by abusing and striking tho molfeusive and
comparatively helpless iumates and break
ing the furniture. When in the midst of
this manly sport Mr. Lally was interrupted
by an intruder, who had been called in by
ono of tho women to remain in tho parlor
while she went to call an officer. Ordinar
ily, when not excited, Mr. Lally has the
good sense and tho prudence to exhibit his
superior courago and boasted prowess only
in brutal attacks upon deionseluBS women,
or in sneaking, treacherous assaults upon
unsuspecting mon, physical pigmlies in
comparison with himself; but in this case
ho actually dared to insult and strike tlio
man luft in tho parlor with him, right be
foro the man's own laco, aud tho result was
a neat little lot-to In which Mr. Lally was
mado to take tho floor twice before ho
could squeal "euoUKh.' About this timo
Officers Martin aud Mahauny arrived, aud
they took Mr. Lally before Magistrate
- Comings. More a trial was had, in which
- it was proven by all but ouo of tho wit
nesses that Mr. Lally had iudulged in the
puuuiej ruiurreu w auove wituout any
provocation from auyone In tho house; on
the contrary, that attempts were made to
quiet him by coaxing, which attempts were
rudely spurned by him with slaps and foul
mouthed abuse. Tiro court heard the testi
mony patiently, deliberated a little after it
was all In, then presumed to discourse
briefly upon the cowardliness ot a burly
ruffian's attack upon a woman, and con
cluded by assessing a fine of one hundred
dollars and costs. Mr. Lally hadn't tho
money aud ho dreaded going to jail lor fear
that his "reputation would bo ruined," as
he put it. But tho hard hearted officers
and court were evidently of opinion that a
bad cB'g can't he spoiled by contact with
tlio slop barrel mi 1 they marched the hitrli-
minded Mr. Lilly off to jail for one hun
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUN
CIL. At the second regular meeting this month
of the city council Tuesday night eiht
members and tho mayor were present.
The minutes of the present meeting were
approved without reading.
The ordiuance fixing new grado for Ohio
Levee street and New Levee street, was
amended so as to have reference only to the
centre lino of such streets, bo as to permit
a slope each way tor drainage purposes, and
with the amendment the ordinance was
The report of ordinance committee,
recommending that petition ot lumber mer
chants asking for privilege to do business
without license, referred to committee at a
previous meeting, bo not granted, was taken
up and recommendation of committee con
REPORTS OF OFFICERS.
Report of Comptroller Howley, declaring
report of City Treasurer Nellis to bf correct,
was recoived and filed.
Marshal Myers reported fifty-four liquor
licenses paid and thirteen remaining un
paid and asked for an extenfion of time
for delinquent:1, which was granted on con-
dition that all pay by the 1st of July.
REPORTS OP COMMITTEES.
Committee on streets recommended that
petition of citizens of Fifth ward for lum
ber to build walk be granted; that Btone
crossings be laid on Nineteenth street and
Commercial avenue, on Ninth street and
Commercial avenue, on Popular and
Eleventh streets, and Tenth and Railroad
streets; and that tho salary of street super
intendent be 100 after the 1st of July. The
recommendations of the committee were
all concurred in.
Committee on claims recommended pay
ment of claims referred to it at previous
meeting. Recommendations concurred in
and claims allowed.
Same committee recommended this in
satisfaction of claim of Mrs. Byrnes, of
IG.50 for destruction of horse rack in front
of her premises, by city authorities,
said horse rack be replaced under direction
of street committee. Recommendation con
Same committee recommended payment
of Michael Driscol's claim ot $12.50 for
labor under street superintendent. Claim
Ordinauce committee reported favorably
upon ordinance making appropriations for
fiscal year beginning April SOth, and ordi
nance was adopted.
Same committee reported ordinance
granting petition of D. McCarthy for per
mission to erect frame building in fire lim
its. Rules were suspended and ordinance
Same committee also rep rted amend
ment to ordinance regulating peddling, as
suggested in petition of Merchant Protec
tive Association. Amendment read first
timo and laid over under tho rules.
Committee on police, jail and fire de
partment reported favorably upon resolu
tions referred to it at previous meeting,
providing for examination and repair of
public cisterns, for new public cistern in
Fifth warii und for purchase of uniform
for assistant chief ol fire department. Rec
ommendations were all concurred in and
proper committees and officers ordered to
carry them out.
Board of health recommended acceptance
of bid of Samuel Brown, for removing
garbage from city during present fiscal year.
Recommendation concurred in and mayor
aud city clerk authorized to make formul
Petition of Hibernian fire company for
two hundred and fifty feet of L'ood hose
was referred to committee on police, jail
aud fire department.
Petition of Mary llobbs for permission to
erect frame building on lot 12 block 11
city of Cairo, rcterred to satno committee.
. IIE80MJTION8 AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Hinkle offered resolution
providing for committee of threo councilmin
and three busiuess tnen.whose duty it Bhuuld
bo to confer with Cairo City Ferry company
as to advisability of construct! riff ft fliitiutnn
tial wagon road from ferry landing at East
Cairo to the bluffs in Kentucky, so as to af
ford farmers on Kon'.ucky high lands op
portuulty to reach Cairo at all seasons of
tho year, tho work to be done Jointly by the
city of Cairo and tho lorry company; said
committee also to inquire into coBt ot such
road. Resolution was adopted.
Alderman Mellalo offered resolution In
structing city comptroller to subscribe for
Cairo Bulletin, in ordor not to break file
l ) far kept by city clerk for benefit of
council. Resolution amended to also In
clude Cairo Argus and adopted.
Aldermau Patior called up resolution of-
forcd by him some time ago, requiring city
attorney and corporation counsel to insti
tute injunction proceedings against Wabash,
8t. Louis and Pacific railroad. City Attor
ney being prosent explained that result of
such action would very pr ibably be a two
years' litigation and a final order from
court unjoining the company from doing
any switching in violation of ordinances,
while in meantime no relief would bo
The aldermau thereupon offered another
resolution identical with several he hud
previously offered, reciting various evils ro
suiting from unlawful use, by the Wa'iash,
St. Louis and Pacific railroad company, of
its Commercial avenue tracks, and ordering
the city marshal to engage such assistance as
tniyht bo necessary, and to forcibly remove
such tracks from the avenue and report his
action to the council at its next meeting.
An amendment offered by Alderman
Hinkle, providing that the notice of thirty
days required by tho ordinances in cases
where nuisances are to be abated be given,
was accepted under protest and the reso
lution went through.
Alderman Blake offered a resolution pro
viding for permitting such dealers in li
quors who have taken out license for but
a part of the present fiscal year and desire
now to take a license for the remainder of
tho year, to do so by the payment of the
sum covering such additional period under
the license at present in force hero. The
resolution was referred to the corporation
counsellor for his opinion as to its legality.
The bonds of the newly nominated and
confirmed police constables, Henry Dunker,
Oregon Boughner, Anthony McTigue, Jno.
Tyler, Jno. P. lloeao, Patrick Mahanny,
and Richard Taylor, were approved, and
the council then adjourned.
THE FLOWER CRAZE.
Love of the beautiful, as manifested in
paintings, sketches, carvings, embroideries,
etc., seems rapidly developing in our town,
and has the good will and encouragement
of all. But when the beautiful is persuad
ed to come from the heart of Nature, in the
form of trailing vines and glowing blossoms,
it seems doomed to destruction. The few
who attempt much floral culture in this
place (notwithstanding the fine climate)
have Urge experiences in a short space of
time. Their annua! annoyances, if pub
lished, would fill a volume equal to the
congressional reports, and be much more
eoteresting. Every year they call upon
Vick's catalogue and Des Roller's gar
dens to yield up their treasures, for their
benefit, aud they begin their trials ot river
scares, sipe-water, early frosts, wind-storms,
catarpillars, grasshoppers, army wroms, in
sects of all kinds aud drouths. Favorite
plants die under the kindest treatment and
are constantly being replaced by others;
till by degrees, as their pockets got lighter,
their homes grow brighter, and their floral
offsprings are promising and beautiful.
They waited the development with
painful love and pride, and rise with the
birds, to enjoy their fresh beauty. But, of
ten noisy chanticlier, who roused them from
their dreams, has made bis morning call
and "snipped" the tenderest plants ero he
went home again. Or, it may be, the im
mense track of a dog is all that explains
the broken stems of the window plants. Or,
the roots aro perfect, and the tops are re
galing the meek eyed cow who gently, lifts
the gates with her boms. The porkers' en
quiring noses often work their way under
the fences, and the border plants are flat
tened to tho ground by tho yarping felines
that rolled over them in a perfect frenzy of
rleudishncss. As soon as they victoriously
sport a few living plants or vines a few feet
long, they are met by tho unbearable in hu
mau form; the flower-tramps of all ages,
sex aud color. Their love of tho beautiful
is shown in their demands for everything
in the floral line that their neighbors can
raise. They take great baskets wun mem,
that would hold all tho roots as well as
blossoms they see. If plants are too small
to cut without injury, those who have them,
are abused for their want of liberality, or if
they give what they can Bparo
they are scorned for their meanness in not
giving all; aud are crushed with indignant
looks and impudent mutteiings. Flowers
are demanded tor decoration day, funerals,
school examinations, church festivals, con
firmations, commencement days, or in fact,
any occasion. The flower crazo is abroad,
and Borne persons must be the victims and
furulsh the material for display; for those
who aro on tho war path, have no timo to
garden; and those who do tho work, havo
no flowers for their own use. It is getting
to be a noticable fact in Cairo, that those
who make tho finest floral display on pub
lic occasions, rarely ever buy of tho hot
houses, or have plants iu their homes; but
depend of the douations of strangers. This
is all wrong. Tho parties should cither
have plants of their own, or restrain their
inordinate desiro to exhibit them to tho
public. Their tasto is well enough, but
their principles aro objectionable.
A friend told mo she was this spring call
ed in whero a death had juBt occurred, and
tho corpse not laid out; but as she entered
tho door she was askod for flowers.
Another had different calls tor flowers for
a corpse, before it was prepared tor tho
coffin. Each one of these four expected to
bo favored of courso. A family was last
week startled out of a Bleep by a violent
ring of tho door-boll, at fivo in tho morning.
Instead of a calamity as was expected, it
was nothing but a flower-fiend a littlo ear
her than usual.
lady overheard a couple of grown
CONTINDBD ON TU1RD FAOB.
Druggists, Physicians, Painters and General Store-Keepers
DEPOT & AGENCY FOR
White Load, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and in Oil,
Artist's Tubo Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wax Flower Material,
A I abas tine,
Dr. B. A. Smith's Med.,
Bull's CoukIi Syrup,
August Flower, German By.,
Wood's Fever Pills,
Audubon's M'king Bird food
St. Jacobs Oil,
Painless Corn Cure.
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
UiU and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty.
, ..,1',,'uiu-C,igar8-Paint8 Oils,
fcSTAgcntii for Austin's Forest Flower
7-5. OHaio Loveo and.
Cor. 8th St. e Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
R oticc. Id tnia column, Olgm cent per Una for
flrnt ud live ceutt purlins etch mbauiiuent luior
Hon. For una wouk. so cent! per lino. For one
nonth. 60 cent lor Una
Farmhands; wages $15.00 per month.
Apply to II. J. Dual & Son, Charleston,
For Kent or Sale.
One of the most desirable residences at
Villa Ridge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
It. Workman, Villa Ridge, 111.; also piano
for sale. 2w
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty actes
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 102 acres; in Bond county, II s.,
miles from railroad station.
E. A. BCHNETT.
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 14 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klet 's.
Leave orders at Cify Brewery. tf
.New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been op n
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tentli street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Ik-pairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You aro requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Bevcre Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It win positively cure you. (6)
The most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, gives whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents. (5)
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depress'on
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fever8,the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sdd by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other bicknena, it has no c(ual. (1)
To regulate the liver, stomach, and bow
els, all you need is "Sellers' Liver Pills."
Take them and see.
Wcrtuy of PraUe,
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and docs
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicino, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we sneak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay BroB. 16)
Charles Knop, 42 Cornelia St., Chicago,
III., says: "I have found Brown's Iron
Bitters to bo a valuable remedy for dyspep
sia." Wohk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address wo will make an offer by which
you can cam $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 10.5 and 11)7
Fulton Street, Now York.
riticKU'ti's Arnica Salve
Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruise. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Horim, 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
85 cents per box. For sale by Harry
Droimy and Klieuniatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
tho use of Wpcer's Port Grapo Wine, ot New
Jersey, of iucalcuablo benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have tfiven it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Europe. This wino
took tho highest premium at tho lute Cen
tennial. It is excellent for woary and de
bilitated females, and used by tho best fam
ilies In Now York as an evening family
wine. For sale by Paul. O. Schuh.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and Indiscretions of youth, nervous woak
noun, onrlv docav. loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, fkbb
of cuAuoit. This groat remedy was
diaoovcred by a minister in South America,
fli.nd a anil-addressed onvolono to the Rov.
Joswit T. Inman, Station V.t flew xora
And all standard Pharma
Leaf & Bronzes,
Bnd a General Line of Druggists' Goods.
, EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
ON THK OCCASION OP TJIK
Bailway Appliances, ;
TO BE I1KLO KKOM
May 24 to June 23,
The Illlnoli Central K.ll,.,4 :n i
their popular exrnnioun by itM-dHl ir.in n Tn . V
J Trln Iuhyci Cairo at sl:30 a.m.
Kare to I nlcaijo and relurn,
Arriving at Chlcart al :' p. m. of tho lamodaf.
ADMISSION, 50 Cents!
The Drat Kipoaltton uf ibo kind ever held
in tb World.
Vlfltora will hivaa rrand
ng ttic Pullman I'rofu-nlonal lO'tcatta a; Pullman.
Ilia . June SI and ), Itrtl. Among th ebtrlei aro
Champion of tho World;
WALLACE BOS, OJO. TTOSM K R, OBO. W.
Tb Hammer Hnnulne Mtln
Driring Park. June Zia to Jul
ig, ol tn Cnleagj
programme, write 0. L. tlall, Secretary, Chicago
rtr-81ecplng car will b attached to the W
train at Cairo, III. It will be ready for oncupancv
atH p; m., June 18. Kate vr berth, li.UK Appli
cation for bertha nkould be made to J. K. Merry,
Oen'l Western l'i. Agent, Mancheaier, Iowa, on
or lie (ore June 'fltO.
IMTlckf ti will be rood to rlun nn nr hnfor
Tliumday, July 5. to includ" tho tralm of that day.
Attention l called to the fuel that the Svenlng
Train out of Chicane itop only at errlaln point
outh of KAlnghaui, and no other mope will be
mane reir taru. a noldlng fcxcurelon Tic k-U
1. V. Tl'CKKIt, A.H.HANbON,
Trnme Manarer. (). I'aaa. tnnt.
J. P. MKKKY, Ueu. Wtitern Pua. A Kent. Mau-
Our wagoiw are now u livering" the
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parts of the city.
Wo solicit your patronage anil assuro
yon that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
guarantee full weights at all
Delivered 100 11m. ami upward, 40c.
delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at
Telphone No. 98.
our Factory, or
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg.: Co.
IMand lUfl Comrnof-1
etui Arenuu, (
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
full line of all tho luteal, newurt colon
and quality, and beat manufacture.
Itodv Brniaele, Ttpcalrloi, Ing'une, 0
Clothe, V 4c.
ai it . i n i i r i M
wing and bents m
Thla I)"Prtmiut nocnplna full floor and
le eoraploie la all roKpoctn. (jooda are
guaranteed Ol Itto.t atyle and boat ma
terial. Bottom Prices aud First class Goods I
ei 1 . A3