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lllh DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOANING, MARCH
DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND.
"Sot a Rotfuo to Catch a Rogruo,"
aa Illustrated by Private
Tour of Whom Bribe a Janitor to Allow
Them to Steal Certain Papers,
and are Betrayed.
Bold Plan to Further Some Desperate
Stock-Jobbing Scheme Nipped
in the Bud.
Chicago, 111., March 21. One of the
most curioiw cases of "Greek meets
Greek" that hn s occurred for a long
time was developed by the arrest of four
detectives by two other detectives, all
playing at cross purposes. The story, as
told by. James Mooney, of Mooney & Bo
laud's fluency, soon after the arrest took
place, wes briefly ns follows: Some four
or five days ago a man who gave his
name as Murdoch, but whoso real name
is believed to be Murla, went to No. 103
Adams street, and had an interview
with the janitor of the build
lug. lie represented that he desired
to rent a room for au ollice, and w hen
told that there were none vacant lu the
bnuding, became anxious to secure one
at all hazards, lie said he had a special
reasou for wlshlnga room in that partial
. ;ir place, and wanted to know if there
was not someone In the building who
could be profitably or conveniently turned
out in his favor. Au emphatic assurance
that this could not be doue did not re
pulse the gentleman, who turned his at
tontion to getting on the good side of the
janitor, whose name is "Tom." In fur
thernncc of this plan ho took Tom out
and "stood treat," and used all the per
suasive eloquence at his command
to win the confidence and good
will of that functionary. Tiually he ad
mitted to the janitor that he desired, for
a special purpose, to see some books and
papers which were iu room 10, on the fifth
Uoorof the building. The lifth floor is
occupied Dy the Western Trunk-Line As
sociation, and room 10 is the ollice of Mr.
E. P. Vlning, the Commissioner. .So anx
ious was the stranger to see these books
and papers that he agreed to give the jan
itor if iO to allow him to open Mr. Vining's
disk and extract them therefrom, promis
ing that he would return the articles intact
before their absence was discovered. Tom
was a little frightened by this offer, and
without making any definite reply resolved
within himself to make a clean breast
of the whole matter to Mr. Vluing,
which he accordingly did at the ilrt
opportunity. Mr. Viniug went at
once to Mooney & IJolands's
Detective Agency and placed I he matter
in their hands. Acting under Mr. Moon
ty's instructions, the janitor pretended
to accept the offer of the man Mur
dock, t Murta, whichever may be
his name. The man said he could
procure a key to the desk, provided
lie could get inside the room unmo
lested, and on his next interview with
Tom he planked down thirty dollars,
assuring him that more would be forth
coming. Tom feigned secrecy, accept
ing the money, and . Wednesday night
was set for the projected extraction of
the coveted documents from Mr. Vin
ing's desk. Mr. Mooney had Murdock
"spotted" to one of his men, and shad
owed, when the startling and rather puz
zling discovery was made that the fel
low entered another detective agency
iu a manner that showed he was famil
iar with the place. Wednesday night
Mr. Mooney and one of his operatives
stationed themselves In the build
ing at No.10;! Adams street, but although
Murdock and some companions came
there, they went away without carrying
out their plan. Thursday night the two
detectives were on watch again, occupy
ing a room on the third floor. At about
nine o'clock Murdock and three compan
ions appeared and ascended to the lifth
iloor. In a short time they came down
with a bundle of books and papers, and
when they reached the third floor Mooney
mid his assistant arrested them. The
men were taken by surprise, and Mur
dock drew a revolver, but when the olli
cers disclosed their identity he put it up
again. The four men, with their booty,
were taken to the ngcivy, and Lieutenant
Ripley, of the city detectives, was sent
lor. They refused to explain why thev
had made their uivsterious raid
on Mr. Vining's ollice, but Mr.
Mooney says that M-mloek ad
mitted they were employed as detectives,
aud further remarked: "Yuu'e gut the
hitch on the old man at la -t." The mm
Were taken to th.' Harrison street station
aufl locked up, '1 hey gave the names of
11. Murdock, Ueoige 1). Armstrong, Albert
Jennings and l'aul Ward. - It is said that
Murdock declared he would shoot the
janitor, and the others used threatening
language. They one and all obstinately
refused to e:phun to Lieutenants Kipley
or Shea what their object was in desiring
. to obtain possession of Mr. Yiniw's
books. It is evidently a case of "diamond
cut diamond," and it is u iicstion
whether their employer wid show hi
hand. The charges against Murdoch are
larceny, conspiracy, unu carrying con
cealed weapons. The other three are
simply charged with larceny and con
In view of recent railroad comnlica
lions, tills attempt to clandestinely obtain
I"! lnsijjht into the books of the Western
Jruuk-1me Association has the appear-
"" " "smug iitifu engineered hy some
,,!t!,,.:ral? "lcuUtor well versed in the
. 01 rullri'l management for stock-
hun- rr ,r Ul'":lM,l'J " professional
witn railroad accounts, M .i,!,.
would hazard taking them 1. r tl " sake ol
1 11 Hlllll 1 rnu-ur1 !.., ...I.., . . 'lKU 01
They could ; Z. rU . ".I.
olllcesof the railroad companies com Po
. lllif I ha WcKl.fi. 'IV.. ..I, ? ... 4 . '.' B
. 'iui jjinu ilSNOClUUoll
At the Morcy of the Waves
New Yoiik, May 22 .-The liimim t-team.
suip city oi t nosier Had very rougt
weainer, huu was lourteen days it
coming over. On March 12 hrk
Johnson, wco nau been sent lute
the' rigging, was missed, and 11
is thought that he . was washed
overboard. On Sunday, 720 miles frort
....... l. ..1 ...ll..- t- v ......
JiaiUUX BI1U limes iiuni new joik.
nhe sighted tho steamship Chateau Mar
kuux. irom uorucaux vo .v.v m.s, whici
had lost her rudder. There was a very
heavy swell, and the (.'bateau Margau
was rolling and pitching as Captain Land,
of the City of Chester, . had never
seen a vessel roll and pitch before.
The City of Clio iter lay as near
her as was safe, and a boat manned by
the llrst and third olllcers and foursailors
was launched. The boat managed to get
to the Chateau Margaux, and three times
the steel towing ropes ami cables of the
City of Chester were fastened to the dis
abled steamer, aud snapped. A heavy sea
finally throw the boat against the side of
the City of Chester and crushed It. The
crew narrowly escaped, and the first ofll
eerwas hauled aboard the vessel by the
life-lines'. Captain Laud said that after
the cables snapped and the boat was
crushed, as he could be of no other assist
ance, not having enough coal to wait
until the weather calmed, he kit the
Chateau Margaux. The Captain of the
Chateau Margaux wanted to transfer his
passengers, but the sen was too rough.
The Chateau Margaux left Bordeaux on
February 'J5 on her first trip across. She
lost her rudder on March 8. She had ten
passengers on board. When the City of
Chester left her she had six days' coal,
eight days' fresh provisions, and consid
t rable salt provisions. The carpenter.
were constructing a temporary rudder.
TOl (ill SLVCKiKUS.
A Stubborn Rintr Contest at Pitts
riTTsnntc.il, I'a., March 'SI. A des
perate prize-fight of seventy-two rounds
was fought In a barn in the Last end, the
principals being Jack Davis, of Wheeling,
W. Va., and Jim Conuors, of this city
The men fought at 3" and H2 pounds re
spcctivcly. Hard gloves were used, and
the prize was a silver cup valued at S-'OO
The match, which was made some time
ago, was to have been private, but by
some means the report that they were
to light in the Last end got noised
about, and when the principals arrived at
the scene fully COO persons were on hand,
Not more than 150 of them gained admit
tance to the barn, and shortly after eight
o'clock the doors were closed and the
men undressed for the mill. Uoth
stripped tlnely and were In prime condi
tion. I'p to the twentieth round it was
nip and tuck between them, but after that
Davis began to show signs of failing
strength. He fought desperately, how
ever, and refused to give up the battle
until compelled to do so by his friends
after he had fought seventy-two rounds.
1 lie mill was then declared in favor of
Connors. Uoth men showed evidence of
hard punishment at the conclusion of the
lit, but Davis was terribly beaten, and
was unable to stand from exhaustion.
While the principals were still in the ring
the door was battered down by a squad
of fourteen policenicn, and a general scat
tering followed. The spectators fought
desperately, and all but Davis and four or
live others who were Interested In the
tight escape!, not before several police
men had been knocked down, however,
and severely Deafen. I lie names ot a
large number who were present are In
the hands of the police, and they will be
The Dynamite Scare in Canada.
Ottawa, Ont., March 2-'. Incitement
over the dynamite scare increases. The
guards about the l'arliament Buildings
have been again doubled, and placed at
ach door to prevent strangers from mov
ing about the premises. Detectives iu
plain clothes are also patrolling the
buildings, and are on duty at each of tho
city hotels, watching new arrivals
and keeping under surveillance several
parties against whom suspicion
as been directed. It is be
lieved that Speaker Kirkpatrick, of the
House of Commons, has received several
threatening letters within the past few
There was considerable excitement in
the House over the discovery of O'Dono-
in Kossa's paper in the desk of a promi
nent member of Parliament who Is sup
posed to be a sympathizer with Ireland's
wrongs. lie tieiueo any kiiuw icusju oi
how the payor got there, and says that It
Is a put up job on the part of his oppo
nents to place him iu a false light.
Sneaker Llrkpatrick will not return to
his quarters in the Parliament Buildings
until the excitement is over. At the Gov
ernment House, where Lausdowne re
sides, extra precautions have been taken
for his safety. A strong guard patrols
the grounds, and any suspicious-looking
characters arc at once ejected from the
A1!LA( K liOKUIA.
The Crime of a Vicious Colored Girl-
Cii.uti.oTTK, N. C, March 22. A ter
rible crime was committed by a malicious
in gress In Norwood, Stanley County, on
Captain D. N. Bennett, a prominent cit
izen, a member of the last Legislature and
a brother of Congressman S. T. Bennett,
went out visiting with his wife, leaving
us ten months old baby in charge of
Sallic Cm nip, a tifteen-year-old colored
nurse. 1 ho girl was mad because she
had to stay at home with the child and
she deliberately poisoned it with a dose
ot "rough on rats." The little one died
shortly after its parents' return.
A post mortem exposed the crime.
After much questioning the girl con
fessed. Young as she Is it is neces
sary to keep her well guarded in jail as
the people of her own color threaten to
lynch her if they can but roach her.
Distillers on the Anxious Seat.
Lkxixcton, Kv., March 22. The
whisky distillers in this section are anx
iously watching the fate of the bonded
extension bill in Congress, and If it fails
to pass they will all export their entire
stock In bond. There will be no other
alternative, as they will be unable to pay
the tax upon it.
jKi'i'KKsoN City, Mo., March 22. The
State Board of F.qualization, this morn
ing, completed their adjustment of the
assessment for 1 81. The total valuation
of real estate is l'.i2,lwi,:!:iS, and of per
sonal property ls7,3.'5H,0'i(i, making the
total assessed valuation of the State
Anne Long Mast Testify
U incy, iu.., March 22. A young girl,
Aime hong, prosecuting witness in
u case ot criminal assault at
lana, who -was Induced by the
defendant's friends to leave home until
me. uounii! oiew over, was traced to this
DC blUl DUCK to testily. T in minor ,.,,.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Local on third page.
Pure wliito Leghorn eggs, 13 for one
dollar. K. A, Burnett.
Wauled for A gentleman and wife,
lxmrd and room in privnto family. Address
Bum-ktin office. J
Rev. Stolzo, of Carbondale, will preach
this morning and evening at tho Presbyter
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf
Miss Lillio Henderson, of Troy, 111 ,
arrived in tho city yesterday on a visit to
her cousin, Mrs. E. A. Burnett.
Jupiter Pluvious had a picnic ngain
yesterday all to himself. Tho rain whs
quite general in this section.
We offer, to arrive this week, 200
boxes choice lemons at f 3 to $2.50 a box.
2t G. II. Jackson & Co.
Uhji water is again master of tho
Texas and St. Louis road. Trains stopped
ruauing on that road, from here out, yes
terday. To-day, if tho weather will permit,
Capt. Jno. A. Pooro will havo his high
water soldiers on p&rada on Eighth slnet,
to be peeped at by tho photographer.
In clothing: aud furnishing oood3
we have tho most complete stock in tho
city and at less than cost.
It GOLDSTINE & R09ENWATEU.
Thrco' prisoners broke from tho City
Jail Friday night by knocking out the iron
bars from a window In tho west end of tho
Jail. They made good their escape for the
time beinj; aud if they remain away it will
be a good deliverance for the city.
Bankrupt stock of furniture for sale
cheap at Xo. 101 Commercial avenue, near
6th street, up stairs. tf
By Authority conferred upon him by
the City Council at its last meeting, the
Mayor is having a number of trees set out
in 8t. Mary's Park, the effect of which will
be seen and felt and appreciated by many
during the coming summer.
AVe aro showing extensive lines of
Lowell Body Brussels, Wilton and Uoxbury
velvets. The best to be had in the market
and at rock bottom prices.
It GOLDSTINE & R03ENWATEU.
The water is said to be higher at
Commercial Point now than it was during
the high water ot last month. Tho reason
of this is that whereas last month the Point
had only back water from the Ohio, this
month it has much of that and a swell in
the Mississippi besides.
Goldstinc & Roscnwtttcr have open for
inspection by the public a largo assort
ment of standard carpets, in colors and pat
terns of tho latest styles. " They guarantee
their goods to bo as represented. 2t
-A few of tho disappointed ration beg
gars have been making loolish threats.
which may cost them their lazy hides if
they aro not careful. Thero are any num
ber of citizens here, both black and white,
who would not scruple a moment to skin
alive any wretch who attempted to tamper
with our levees at any time, but especially
Albatkoss cloti! 6119 a place between
Cashmere and Nun's Veiling. A beautiful
line of new shades of this material is shown
among the many attractive new dress goods
at GOLDSTINE & ROBENWATEUS. It
Tho frogs say that spring has come,
an la Hue in the almanacs reads: March
20 spring begins. But these are the only
signs. The tarmers domplain that the son
son is so backward they will not be able
to get a furrow turned till well into April,
and then the work will all come in a buuch
and night and day labor until well into
the summer months will hardly enable
them to catch up.
Mr. C. R. Stuart makes a vigorous an
nouncement in the advertising columns uf
The Bulletin this morning. His an
nouncements always command the reeptct
of the public, became they always offer im
portant and reliable information. Mr.
Stuart has just placed in his house one of
the largest, most varied and finest eUck ot
dry goods and notions in this section of
country, and offers to sell everything at
prices that defy honorablo competition.
A young nrjo employed for several
days in Mr. Walter Cundiffs store on
EHith street, broke into the store, by the
rear door, Friday night and stole some
tobacco to the value of a dollar or more.
Ha was cmtured yesterday by Constable
Shcehan, confessed tho theft and was held
to bail in the sum of $200 by Magistrate
Comings. He implicated another negro,
also employed in tho 6tore, but failed to
mako a strong enough case to justily the
Mr. C. Lohuian, publisher of the late
"Cairo Anzciger," has gone to Cape Girar
deau. Ilii cntirprise hero did not succeed,
owin". ho thinks, to tho sparse German
population, and also to the misfortunes ho
met with from the beginning. He win
continuo tho publication of his paper at
Cano Girardeau, where lie hopes to suc
ceed; and his Cairo subscribers who paid
in advance for the Cairo paper, will be fur
nished with the paper from Cape Girar
Beg pardon, hut may wa not bo per
mitted to suggest, that tho Randolph
Club, of Chester, would occupy its time
better and try the patience-of the reading
public less, if it would devote its energies
to something other than miking honorary
members of every politician in tho Stale,
regardless of their party nlTidiutiniiH, and
deluging the press with gushing aeknowl
edgeiuents of tho honor conferred and
rhapsodical responses from the club? This
uiuturd tickling nny be veiy interesting
and agreeable to those immediately concern
ed, but, really, it seems to us that a little
more privacy in such affectionate demon
strations would be proper.
The Woman Suffragists nre in National
Convention in Washington, with the veter
an in the cause, Miss Susan Anthony, at
tho front. While a grout many women is
well as a great many men will never bo
brought to believe that woman sullVage is
either fit or better for (he S 'X, the ff els of
the movement in other respects have been
ajid will continue to be materially to the
benefit and emancipation of women gemr.
ally, in tlio nutter of property rights mid
release from the tyrinny of brutish men.
Thfro is now no doubt that Mrs. Ford
drew first blood in her set-to with the
burglar. When she dealt tho fellow
the blow he gave a fearful groHn, but re
covcrodhiiiHclf, wrenched the stick from his
assailant's hands and threw it asidu before
ho had t.iuched her face or thr 'a', so that
tho blood on the stick could not have c mie
from Mrs. Ford's nose as was Hist supposed.
Besides this, blood spots were discovered
on the platform in front ot tho house,
showing that tho fel'cw l ied profusely as
S im Burger, the Palace Clothier, is
agiun speaking to tho tenders of The
Bulletin in rather an unlimite 1' space, it
is true. Mr. II., from our own observation,
has an elegmt stock of clothing, ami it
puzzles us to know ho ho can sell goods
ready made, as fine us he h's them. We
notice an improvement in showing chil
dren's clothing. A lady need not in 'The
raliiCti" spend a half day to find something
suitable for her little dhrlinir, as they have
a show table upon winch twenty-five suits
can be seen at onco.
Mrs. Ford was iu a fair v.ay to recover
lust evening. She had been worse during
the day, but rallied toward evening. She
curtuinly had a severe encounter and proba
bly a n&rrow csoipe from death. While
the courage she displayed wus Wonderful,
surpassing that of most ptople, iuhIh or
female, her escape from troro serious injury
is equally wonderful. Few men of ordinary
bravery would rush upon and attack in a
dn'rk room, single handed ami alone, a
burglar, and when a weak little women
like Mrs. Ford does such a thing man
should bear the title of "pntector" very
During the month of February there
arrived in the United States 20,0:30 passen
gers, of whom 15,b62 were imtnigiants,
2,700 citizens of the United States returned
from abroad, and 14GS aliei s not intending
to remain in the United Stales. Of this
total there arrived from England and Wales,
1,885; Ireland, 804; Scotland, 245; Austria,
C80; Bohemia, 128; Belgium, GO; Denmark,
131; France, 227 ; Germany, 5,4U0 ; Hungary,
1,801; Italy, 770; Netherlands, GO; Norway,
108;Riissia, GOO; Poland, 10C;Sweden, 150;
Switzerland, G25; Dominion of Cnadi,
1,037; and from all other countries, 175.
The total for the eight months ending
with February, 1884, wis 200,228, against
300,484 for the Bame previous period.
The sod of the old levee, or any pli.co
not protected against cattle and hogs, fur
nishes a strong proof, by comp irisou with
the sod that is being turned up by the tree
planters in St. Mary's Park, of the injurious
effects of grazing and constant "rooting-'
up by cow3 and hogs. The former is lose
and almost falls ap rt when not carofuliy
held in the ha;id, while the l itter 'u firm,
tenacious, the roots of the grass, Ion', and
intertwined and knotted together, holding
the earth innumerable meshes and forming
a thick, solid mat which would resist water
as effectuilly as any revetment ever con
structed. If there are any who do not
clearly sec the wisdom of the action the
council, to prohibit stock from running at
large in order that gras may grow over
the city's levee, they can have a proof that
will convince them ot it, in the Park.
A curious case was tried in Magistrate
Coming's Court yesterday afternoon. It
was a case of "foot and mouth disoise," of
which there is so much talk in and eut of
the halls of Congress. Tho case in ques
tion may have been different from others
in so far as tho victims were concerned. In
the caseB brought to the notice of the
Washington solons, the afflicted were cattle;
in tho cise before tho court here, they
wero females of African dessont. Tho
symptoms were first a sort of "run-around"
iu the hoof then a "breaking out" at the
mouth, and the result was that somebody
suffered. The didenso is not a new one ut
all among folks; nor is it confined to any
race or sex. Tho direct victims of tho dis
ease are numerous. They are first troubled
with a restlessness which impells them to
tramp arouud and sniff at other people's
business, and when they have
"struck it rich" stumbled upon
a dclicioui piece of scaulal,
or anything that will Irritate a diseased
mental palate tho mouth at onco ocgins
to water, the tonguo seems to rest upon a
pivot and vibrates furiously a id involun
tarily, publishing tho discovery to all who
will lend willing cars. In the case before
the court defendant had repeated what had
been told her in strict confidence, and the
result was a general row in the neighbor
hood. The court ch rgcd the patient $5
aud costs tor diaguosing the case.
W'l) 'vti nrn ivrrnmr vnrrt
" " ' u" Ji'lVJU'l 1UUI
Especial attention is called
to our Children's (torments,
from 2 yvs. to 10, The pret
tiest 'liing forth little folks,
2 to 9 yrs., is the Sailor Suit,
like illustration to the left,
AVe have them from $1.50 to
$10.00. We have an abun
dance of Child's Waists, 50c,
(10c, 75c. and $1.00, and Sin
gh? Knee Tants, 50c., 65c,
75c, $1.00 and" $1.25.
Oar stock of Nobb) niinif Men' Suim in larger thuu pvtr-from Ihe l,60 nult to 15.00. M'th'V4
mailoair uiircinent-wobnlliioCiintornTftli nu limine, which turn Levi t mild a dollar to Cairo, aud
jvu cuii now oilrr Clulldiu' ('(inn , In n'l re pc a, ti the lu.t Merchant Tailor work at about 25 per cent
lt'sr in )ir cc. I liojc In lliu bat.it of hvniir their cloihint miolc to ordiron accouutof prjudir to
Heady luuilu ( lotlilnu will do well and 8..'8 n.uhvy to exumiuu llii iioima' make.
SAM J.UKOK.?, tho "Palace" Clothier.
.Japanned "Berlin and A.gatt3 "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajrent for Adams & West lake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Sure Co., Ilnni'lton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
loin Shellers, Planters, He., Ktc.
Tos. 27 &
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Class Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF -
THE I4E3T PUMP.
BIXUIUTV AGAINST HUE.
Go timl look at the Buckeye Pump in
frut of L. 0. Herbert's gs litiin shop. It
is the bi st lift nml force pump ever iuvtnt
el. Will force water fifty feet, und works
so easy that a three-year-old chiid can dmw
water. Especially adapted for cisterns. The
Lest thing out in case of fire in the house.
SPUIXU IS COMING. .
SEEDS 1 FEEDS ! 1 SF.EDilll
We now have in stock full line of garden
and field seeds ot all kinds, both !y thu
pound or papers.
Golden wax beans.
White corn-lull beuns.
German wax beans.
Extra early peas.
Early corn s ed.
&c, ifcc, tfce.
New York earlvrise potato seed.
Yellow and red sweet potato stud.
Yellow and red onion setts.
Black mixed seed oats.
Plows aud plow harness.
Farmers and gar loners will save money
by buyihy their seed from us.
Clover, tiinot'iy and blue-graks Seed on
hand New Yoiik Stoke. 10-t
New York Store Company,
C. W. llendursoii,
W. IJ. Pettis,
E. II. Pettit,"
W. L. Bris'.ol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's famous
"Eire Proof Oil."
Legal Blanks Kept S'or Side
at Tim Bulletin ofllco.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortac,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Daulohex, 111., July 28th, 1883. We
have used in our families and sold to others
your Family Medicines for the last ten
years. Wo havo found Merrell's Female
Tonic a opecific for all Feuialo diseases.
Menell'B Cough Balsam is tho best remedy
we ever used for Coiisjhs, Colds, Asthma,
Croup and all Lung Diseases. In fact, no
family can afford to bo without Merrell's
Family Medicines. Respectfully,
M. Buuton & Co., Druggists.
Nothing equula Allen's Bilious Physic is
quirkly relieving costivencss, headache,
heartburn and nil other bilious troubles;
25cts., large bottle. At druggists. . (0)
oun stock for BriusonAs arrived and it
Is AB'JU T 'I'll K NICEST SOOWN IN Til IS CI IT.
CLARK fi LOVETT,
Telephone No 103
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Goods Ever Shown in
Correct Styles! Low Prices!
Elegant Line Colored Satins worth
75 for oOin
Elegant Line Brocaded Satins worth
85 for GOcj
18 in. all Silk Colored Pros Grains
worth 8100 for 75c.
20 iu all bilk, Satin Khadadams worth
8U0 for 31.00
Full line of ftninef Celebrated Black
Silks at prices as low as same Goods
can be had in the 11 S.
Good Black Silks at 60, 75 and $1.00.
Magnificent line of Snmmer Silks at
40, 50, 60 and 75c.
Great Bargans in India Linens and
Victoria Lawns at 10, 12, 15 and 20c.
See our great bargans in Linen Depart
ment. A 54 in. lie d Border, Damask Towel
A 38 in. all Linen Red Border Towel
No such bargains in Linens ever offered
as we now show. Hotels and boarding
houses supplied at special prices for
100 Doz. New Corsets Just received.
Onr 50c. Corset is guaranteed equal to
auy 75c Corset in market.
Largest line of Silk Lisle and Coltcn
ever shown in the city.
Ladies full regular Hose In Fancy
Stripes at 25c.
Judicious cash buyers will find it
greatly to their advantage to favor
us with their patronage.
C. B, STUART.