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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, m.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. We have a large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BROMO CHLORALIJM, GIBONDIN,
CAEBOLIC ACID, Etc,' Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
IS MOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Never-failing Springs of coolest water charged with healing- and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the health-seekers, or those in search of rst
and recreatiou, aud the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will luild up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice w ater, aud hun
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lower lhe water line.
This Spring is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, "THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
These Springs are surrounded by
air is always pure and cool. No
write lor Circular.
Pope Co., 111. )
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEIt & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth (troet )
lit. b. i ii mi.
Grand Central Store.
CA.TKO.- - ILL.
Manufacturer and Dealor In
6th Street, between Cnm'l Ave. i.ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS 0? AMUNITION.
af rttialrrfl. All Kind ol Reva Marin.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Lino ati-amer
Will 'avn Cairo every Saturday and Tuciday oven
idk i o j c ut-, Kiviux tairo a uauy boat or t
For particulars a raU', etc.. intilr lo Pant
Thos. W. Nhlilri,Uenurat Aituut, or Hoi A. Silver
Cairo Ac Hickman IVoknt.
The floe paaiengor and freight iteamor
' T. N. KIMBUOUOU, Mauler.
Ijim faint dellr except Hatnrdav at I o'clock
m. Arrives tt Cairo
uany except Bunaayaii
74 OHIO LEVEE
anil Cor. litli & Wash. Ave.
grand mountain scenery. The
hot nights and no mosquitoes.
J. E. LEMEN,
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thta column, eignt cunts per lino for
flrrt ami five cents per line each aubaequont lneor
'.loo. for one wove, 30 cents pur lino. For one
month, SOcout per Una
Notice Anchor Fire Co.
A meeting of tbe Anchor Fire company
is Hereby called, to be Mold at tliu engine
house Thursday night, August 21, ior the
purposo of electing officers ot the company
for the ensuing year. Dennis Mihcal,
Farm hands; wages 15.00 per month.
Apply to II. J. Deal & Sou, Charleston,
New Blaeksmitn Shop.
A low horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmith mg and wagon work
lone to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a good dwelling-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ice house,
corn cribs, Bmoke-houso, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
mean titisiness. Gome and see me.
Enterprising local agents wanted in this
town for an article that is Mire to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
llumistoii Food Preservative Co.. 72 kilby
The rarmt delicate persons enioy takitiL'
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken-
down body. 15 cents.
tfucKien'B Arnica iSalvo
The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt lUieum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
orns,ani aiiPKin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
iod satiBtaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents nr box. For sale bv Barclav
r, .1 - '
James Fleming, 213 Blue Islnnd avenue.
Chicago, HI., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters
is the best thing I ever used for dyspep
Free ot CoHt.
All persons wishing to test tho merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma.
isroncliitis, or any allectlon of tho Throat
ana Lungs aro requested to call at Bar
clay Urns' drug store and get a trial bot
tle ol l)r. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption fres of cost, which will show you
worn b, regular doiiar-siy.w iiottlc will do. (1)
PuuKCoo LiVKuOiLinailurnmi selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
.t. f'.t V..... V..-1. Ii 7 . . . .
.v v", i;w j in it. ii is aimoiuwly pure
and sweet. Patients who have oncu taken
it prefer It to all others, physician havn
decided it superior to any of tliu other oils
Ciiapi'BD Hands, Face, dmi'mm, anil
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
noap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co
New York. (2)
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in triune coinmna, ten cente per line,
inch Insertion and whether marked or not, if cairn.
iHtud to Toward any man's bimiiieas Interest are
alw ays paid for.
The sign of Henry Block is now being
changed to Block & Koehler.
Mrs. Holt, of JoneBboro, Ark., is visit
ing Mrs. Ackerson, of this city.
Tho family ot Mr. n. L. Halllday lett
yesterday afternoon for Shoboygain, on a
Judge Baker's family and Miss Effio
Close went to Dixon Springs yeBteiday
Captain Thomas Worthington took his
bout, the Peter Kerns, off tho docks here
yesterday and went with her to Plum Point
to resume work on tho government work
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand,at Tna Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing f 1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio p'iper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
Tho mortality from cholera last week
in Egypt was 4,035. Tho first case occurred
at Diimiotta, June 25. Tho disease, there
fore, has prevailed just ono month, during
which time tho mortality has risen frmn
one to 028 a day.
Miss Lidia Pitcher will leave for a
long visit to Wisconsin next Saturday.
She will remain about six weeks, and dur
ing her abseuce Mr. Warner's daughter
will have charge of the telephone central
office, vice Miss Pitcher.
In addition to tho fine display of "sil
ver, gold and precious stones" in the win
dow otjno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth studying, if
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bradly returned
from Dixon Springs yesterday. Mr. Bradly
hid a toe frost-bitten while there and has
consequently lost caste among the Frosty
Twenty, of which orginazation he had been
a member in good standing.
Mrs. II. II. Candee arrived at Dixon
Springs sick and has scarcely been out of
her room since. The balance of the party
are in excellent health and spirits. Unless
she changes her mind, Mrs. Candee will re
turn home next Saturday.
A large stock of pianos and organs to
be closed out for cash or on monthly pay
ments. Lach instrument will be sold at a
reduced price and easy payment guaranteed.
Call at once on W. C. Jocclyn or at Taber's
iewclrv store. tf
The jury in the case of Hinkle vs.
Sinot, in the stuto supremo court Tuesday,
stood seven for the plaintiff to five for the
del'endert when it was discharged. A let
ter from Major Hinkle expresses tho great
est confidence in the final success of his
side of the case,
The Cairo Short Lino now runs a
through freight train from New Orleans to
Denver, Col., which, it is claimed, is able
to cover the distance in 119 hours, or about
live days. Tho train is run via tho C, Ii.
and Q. and Cairo Short Line. It is claim
ed that it is 24 hours taster than the fastest
freight train run by any of tho road's com
petitors for the Colorado business.
Yesterday morning tho thermometer
stood at 100 degrees in Shreveport, La., and
at GO in this city. This great difference in
the temperature, between two points no
further distant from each other than these,
taken in conjunction with other atmospher
ic conditions, was considered by those who
ought to know as promising great aerial
commotions in the south. If theso expec
tations prove true, tho telegraph will tell all
about it to-morrow.
-The case of Jesse Hinkle, of this city,
vs. J no. hinot, ol Faducah, which has been
pen ling in the courts hero and at Spring
field for some time, promises to hang firo
for another term of months. Tho case
was on trial for a week ending Tuesday, io
the state supremo court at Springfield.
Tuesday tho jury in tho caso disagreed and
was discharged. The amount sued for by
Maj. Hinkle is $25,000. Tho plaintiff was
represented by Messrs. Linegar, Lansden
amis. P. Wheeler, of this city, Col. Bullit,
ofPaducah, and Major Connelly, U. S.
district attorney of Springfield. A new
trial will lo the result.
Tho Comiqiio orchestra has received nn
addition lately in the person of Mr. James,
of New Madrid, whoso executions at tho
Cotniqun have attracted much attention
during this week. Mr. James leaves Satur
day to join a dramatic-party in St. Louis.
Among the troupe this week Mr. Malem
burg is the leading personage. Ho is an ac
tor of much ability. His lino stago pres
ence, attractive and forcible delivery ami
correct movement lend strength to his act
ing and insure him at every appearance thu
enthusiastic favor of the house, Hia recit
atMUistroni snakespcaro bringdown tliu
house every night. it
With uuo (leilerenco tho opinions of
any who may think otherwise, wo vouturo
to express thu belief that tho reading pub
lie oi Cairo Is pleased to permit tho "No
Idle Logs" to flourish in obscurity fur
while now that it is now less interested in
what said organization does, or Intends to
J do, than it onco waa
wero well written and happy in thought;
they were interesting to thu public; and
while this public interest lasted wo pub
lished thjm with pleasure. Wo do not
therefore consider tho "N. I. L's" under
obligation to us for publishing them. But
believing now that this publio interest has
waned, wo doom it our duty to take tho
hint. For this reason and not bocauso of
anything in tho communication itself, the
last cpistlo of "Sgt. Lily, secretary pro
tern attorney-Do fac to and do jure, N, I.
L.," is withheld.
Yesterday Matthew MeOuiro, arrested
by Constable Schutterfor fighting,was fined
fi and costs by Justice Hobinson. Justice
Bird fined Minnie Harris the same sum for
using too vigorous Anglo-Saxon in the pub
lic streets. Mr. Cunningham did his very
best to prove to tho court that Minnio had
not used the language charged to her, or
that she used it only "in a Pickwickian
sense. He did this in a manner that would
have overwhelmed most any one cnpable
of being wheedled from a stern conviction
of right, by tho tower of argument and
eloquence and flowery turns. But tho court
whs not to bo wheedled ami Mr. Cuuning
liam consoles himself with tho belief that,
perhaps, after all, it is better so.
The American Sunday School union
has offered a prize of $1,000 fur the best
essay on the Sabbath. There is no second
priz'J in this lottery scheme, and all com
petitors save the sujeesaful author will have
their work for nothing. There may bo mis
understanding too, among competing au
thors, and between them and tho awarding
committee, as to which day of the week is
to bo regarded as tho Sabbath, tho seventh
day, or the first day. Tho seventh day or
Saturday has the authority of both the
Old and New Testaments as the S ibbath of
rest after creation was done. Tho first day,
or Sunday as a day of rest is without
the authority ot either the pr -phots or
evangelistH, as that was the day on which
tho six days work of creation was begun.
Goodjessays could doubtloBsbe wiitten upon
either the beginning of tho work, or tho rest
after it; but the Sunday School union's
prize doubtless has reference to Sunday and
not to the biblically ordained S.ilbath or
In answer to an inquirer as to "which
is the largest railroad company in this
country," tho New York Journal of Com
merce gives the following interesting in
formation: The Union Pacific is the largest
4,20D miles, capital $05,322,155. The Penn
sylvania operates 1,173 miles, capital $$!),-
402,00; New York Central 093 miles,
$39,428,300 capital; Wabash, 3,34S miles,
$49,954,700 capital; Missouri Pacific con
trols 5,535 miles, capital $30,000,000;
Louisville and Nashville, 2,028 miles, cap
ital $25,000,000; Lake Shore, 1,277 miles,
capital $50,000,000; Iliiuois Central, 1,892
miles, capital $29,000,000; Chicago nnd
Northwestern, 3,278 miles, capital $37,-
338,499; Chicago and Rock Island, 1,381
mikv, oapital $41,900! Chicago, Milwau
kee and St. Paul, 4,353 miles, capital $34,-
805,744; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy,
3,130 miles, capital $09,814,191 ; Central
Pacific, 2,995 miles, capital $59,275,500;
Baltimore and Ohio, 1,553 miles, capital
$19,795 550; Northern Pacific, 2,(191 miles,
capital f90,400,132; Brie, 1,020 miles, cap-
it ul $85075,100.
Men are at work picking out and gath
ering together the rock of that portion of tho
stone wall on Ohio levee, which fell down
some time ao, preparatory to re-erecting
the wall. The cause of its fall was not so
much its ow n weakness as it was the un
necessiiiy strain to which it was subjected
by the fresh clay that was thrown loosly
between it and the sloping bank. Tho clay
settling down after being thoroughly satur
ated with rain caused a pressure that
would have been difficult to resist by a
much more substantial wall. When tho wall
was built it was understood that tho clay
on th.) inner side was to bo thoroughly
stamped down while dry, so that, Instead of
absorbing rain and Bottling down as a
Wedge between tho lank and the wall and
exerting a great pressure against the latter,
it would shed the water and remain firmly
in its dace. Had this been done in the
first place the wall would probably not
have given way, for it appears that tho
founda'iim was firm. It had been reveted
along the outer base as contemplated and
lid not givo way a particle.
-Tho editorial reproduced from
the Springfield Register, places Governor
Hamilton in a very unfavorable liyht from
whateverstandpoint tho matter is regard
ed. Dishonesty or tho grossest stupidity
must bo at tho bottom of thu affair. In
explanation tho Governor lays tho whole
blame upon his subordinates who mistook
an order lo render vouchers tor unpaid ex
penses, for ono to render vouchers for thu
expenses ol tho whole year, paid and un
paid. This would imply htupidty or dis
honesty on tho part of either tliu writer of
tho order, in that hu cither purposly
or ignorantly made the orders so obscuro
that a man of ordinaniy good sense could
not understand them, or it implies stupid
ity or dishonesty on tho part or tho rceipi
outs of the orders, in that they either igno
rantly or purposely nilsundersiood(?) tho
orders. S much for thu subordinates;
sensible people will conclude that they
liavo no uao for "subordinates" in tho public
service, who either through stupidity or do
sign, can dupo their superiors to tho extent
that Governor Hamilton professes t have
been dupod,and can then by tho aid of tholr
dupod superiors, comu within an ace of il
legally drawing $50,000 from the state treas
ury. Hut what can bo said of the suporiors
injsuch a esse? With them as with the sub
ordinates" either ignorance or dishonesty
must have provailed; and somo people will
tiaturally conclude that they havo no uso
for a governor and an auditor who, from
either of the causes named, not only fail to
discover and defeat an orronoous or fraudu
lent draft upon tho public treasury, calling
for $00,000 instead of $10,000, but even go
so far as to lienor tho draft with their sig
natures, and then givo way to fierce anger
when their great error or dishonesty is ex
posed. Between St. Louis and Cairo tho fol
lowing changes in beacon lights havo bo n
recently made: Arsenal Island, now Light.
Twin Hollows No. 1, moved down 200
yards, Widow Beard's moved down to Illi
nois shore. Merrimac down to Island,
Coruico Island, new light. Forrest Home,
III., discontinued. Perry's Towhead dis
continued. Head Rush Tower Bend moved
down 300 yards, Salt Lake moved down
400 yards, Cambria Hollow, moved down
400 yards, Kaskaskia cut off, down 200
yards, Fairy Island No. 1 down 300 yards,
Pratt's Bend discontinued for want of a
keeper. Mausker's new light. Liberty
Island down 200 yards. Wilkinson's up
300 yards on account of caving bank.
Tower Island up 200 yards. Bennetts,
III., down 500 yards. Powers' Island dis
continued. Atherton No. 1 up 500 yards.
Above Commercial Point down 200 yards,
old Price's Landing down 400 yards,
Brook's Point down 300 yards, Salad in
Towhead up to main Bhore. Oreonleaf's
down mile, foot of Missouri Sisters down
500 yards, Greenfield's Towhead re-established.
It seems that we wero in error as
to the state of the negotiations between
Mrs. Safford and Mr. Cook with reference
to a lot owned by tho latter, within the
square Baught by tho former for the Saffird
Memorial building. Mr. Cook did ask
$700 for the lot, and persisted long in the
demand, failing to notice entirely three or
four letters enclosing stamp and addressed
envelope, sent him by Mr. Candt o. Final
ly Mrs. Safford submitted the matter to
Gov. Satford, who was sojourning in New
York, who succeeded in bringing tbe mat
ter to a conclusion by agreeing to givo $500
for tho lot, which is still about double its
real value. Ttiis conclusion was reached
entirely without the knowledge of Mrs.
Saffird or Messrs. Candee and
Bailey h'jro, hmcu our error yes
terday morning. At tho figure nam';d
Mrs. Safford has concluded to purchase and
the deed was made out by Mr. Howley,
real estate agent, and on Monday sent to
Brooklyn, to be signed by Mr. Cook. This
little matter settled, the work of building
the basement and filling tho lots will prob
ably begin very soon.
Tho Texas and St. Luis railroad,
familiarly known as the cotton belt road,
will be open for business on the completion
of the bridge over the Arkansas river at
Hob Roy next Saturday. At that time tho
last spiko will bo driven on thu structure
in question and continuous lino of 730
miles from Cairo to Texas will be complet
ed. This will open a vast amount of terri
tory to farmers and cattle men contiguous
to the line. It is tbe intention of tho com
pany in a few weeks to put on trains that
will run from Chicago and St. Louis to all
points in Central Texas, which will make
close connections with tho Gulf, Colorado
and Santa Fo and the Houston and Texas
Central railroads, as well as several other
important trunk lines of the south and
west. This lyie, which has been built prin
cipally by St. Louis capitalists, will benefit
Texas vastly, and, although a narrow-gauge,
it will lie as thoroughly and completely
equipped as any other lino in the country.
The coaches are to have tho same capacity
as those of the broad-gauge roads, and tbey
will be constructed in a manner that will
enable the company to run them over either
broad or narrow-gauge tracks from St.
Louis and Chicago. From St. Louis they
will be drawn to this city over tho Cairo
Short Line, and from Chicago over tho
Illinois Central; their trucks to bo changed
at tho company's hoist here. Tho passen
ger equipment of the road has all been
constructed by tho Pullman Car company.
On tho 12th of August a time card will bo
The melon crop of Mississippi and
Scott counties, Missouri, is very slender
this year. Mr. Ed. Scantland, who repre
sents tho largo commission houso of Nell is,
Smith & Co., Chicago, made a thorough can
vas of tho counties, aud reports that not over
one-fourth of a crop will bo gathered and
that this fraction will be of very inferior
quality. Mr. Scantland has been doing a
big busincBM in melons iu former years,
soliciting lar','0 shipments of the fruit for
Chicago commission firms via Cairo and the
Illinois Central; but this year very few if
any melons will reach Chicago from tho
counties named. Tho reason of this is,
that, because or a rivaly that has sprung up
between the Illinois Central and Iron
Mountain roads, by reason of the formers
traffic combination with tho St. Louis and
Texas road, tliu Iron Mountain rofusos to
pluco Illinois Central cars at Charleston,
Mo., and other points convenient to the
melon raisers, to bo loaded ss heretofore
with melons, and shipped via Cairo and
Illinois Central to Chicago, arriving there
fresh and sound on the second day after
leaving tho field in Missouri. The result
is that now all melons in tho two countios
named, that seek the Chicago market, must
go by way of St. Louis and be under way
seven or eight days, during which they be
come worthless. The difference in rates is
also groat, as much as $30 per car it is ,
said, agd in favor of the Cairo muto. Thus
it appears that tho little rivalry that has
sprung up between the two railroad com
panies nainod, is workini? greatly to the in
jury of tho Mississippi and Scott county,
Mo., melon raisers, and doubtless affects
other interests with equal injury.
Every houso of tho human race, ought to
have St. Jacobs Oil, tho pain-curo.
The Register publishes olsewhore this
morning some facts of a startling character
in relation to tho military fund, about
which there has been considerable talk of
late. A reporter of this paper on yesterday
tried to get at tho bottom facts, and in do
ing so earthed a scheme which if it bad
succesful, would havo been a giganty steal
from tho state treasury of between fifty and
sixty thousand dollars. Fraudulent vouch
ers were presented and practically approved
by Gov. Hamilto'i to dispose of the revenue
resulting from the one-tenth of a mill tax
last year, amounting to upwards of $70,
000, which, under tho law appropriating
$75,000 for militia expenses from tho gen
eral fund approved June 25th, was to be
turned over to thu general fund and paid
out only on vouchers properly made out
and carefully audited. Theso fraudulent
vouchers footed up between $50,000 and
$00,000, and would havo been paid had not
the auditor's department "smtlled a mice"
ami put Chief Clerk Henklo on the scent.
He discovered that out of tho nearly or
quite $00,000 in vouchers that had been
presented? all but $3,000 or $4,000 were
bare-faced frauds, made up out of old ac
couuts that had been long ago settled and
paid. This raid on the treasury was a pre
concerted one made up by tho military de
partment, and of which the governor as
commander-in-rhief must have been cogni
zant. Under the old law previous funds
had been distributed to thu different com
mands pro rata by tho governor, and tho
money speut at their own sweet will. Un
der the new law $75,000 per annum is ap
propriated for tho support of the militia,
but none of it cau ho taken from tbe state
treasury except on the presentation of prop
er vouchers to the auditor, junt as any other
money is drawn from the general fund.
Tho law was approved on tho 25th of June
and it required the auditor to transfer any
unexpended balance of the old militia fund
to the general fund on first of July. The
scheme of the gang of plunderers was to
leave littlo if any "unexpended balance,"
aud it was arranged that the treasury should
bo robbed between tho 25th of June and
the 1st of July. It was between these
dates that tho fraudulent vouchers referred
to were presented; and it was thought by
the rascals who concoctod the scheme, that
the money having been expended by tbe
different commands and paid by them out
of their pro rata Bhare of tho old fund, it
would be an easy matter to deceive tho au
ditor by swearing that they bad never been
paid and thus get hold of this fifty or sixty
thousand dollars and with it have o high
old time or "divy" it round among the mil
itary ring. Tho governor will doubtless
attempt to shift the responsibility on to the
adjutant general, and tho adjutant general
will try to put it upon the brigade, comman
ders, and tho brigade commandes upon tho
colonels, and tho colonels upon the captains
and tho captains upon the commissaries.
But the people will see that no guilty man
escapes. The Register prophecies that
Gov. Hamilton will, as soon as ho sees the
exposure we publish this mornintr, com
mence at once to "firo" (to use a military(f)
phrase) the adjutant-general, thus hoping
to escape the effects of the explosion that is
sure to come.
John Kuhu.of Lafavctte, lnd.. had a very nar
row eacape from death. This i hia own Hory!
"One year aio I waa In the lit RtHi'" of ronannip
tlon. Our best phjalclana Kave my caae up. I
Anally Rot o low that our doctor aald 1 could not
live twenty four hours. My friends thoj purchased
a bottle of Dit Wm lUt.l.'a IUlham rem Till Lonok,
whit h benefitted me. I continued until 1 took
nlue bottle. I am now In (lerfuct health, having
uacd no other medicine."
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Syrup
Instantly deatroy worms, aud removes tho Sucre
tlom that cause them .
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
Tho HE ST SALVB In the world for cnta, bruises,
sorea, ulcers, aalt rheum, tetter, chapped hand,
chilblains, corn, and all kind of okln cruptlool,
etc. Got lIKNKx'S CARBOLIC KAIA'K, ai all
other are but linlutlnna. Price lucent.
bKU a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grapo wine is made,
that is so highly CBtecmcd by the medical
profession, for the usfl of invalids, weakly
persons and tho aged. Sold by druggists.
cial Avenue, (
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full linn of all tho latuat. nnweat colors
and quality, and boat manufacture
llndy Brnanels, Tpeitrloi, IiiRiama, Oil
Cloths, 4c Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Fi
This Di partmnnt occuploaa full nor and
la complete lu all reapeota. Uoosa are
auarantood ol latest ityle and 1)01 ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods t