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JEALOUSY AND DRINK
Inflame tho Brutish Passions in the
Breast of George
And Incite Him to Imbue His Hands in
the Blood of His Dofonsa
After Firing Six Bullets into Her Dody He
Sends One Crashing Through
His Own Brain.
St. Lons, Mo., March 25. A murder
and suicide occurred at 9:30 o'clock this
morning ut No. 2104 Morgan btreet. Tho
principal actor in the tragedy is Geo. M.
lUlcy, a pilot on the steamer Arkansas
City. lJlley entered his home at the hour
limned, aud found Ids wile washing her
hands near the kitchen door. He passed
by her, then turned suddenly, pulled a re
volver aud tired four bullets into her
back. ' She ran screaming into the yard,
he following and firing
TWO MOKK SHOTS,
all of which took effect in the helpless
woman. She fell lu the yard. He re
entered the kitchen, passed iuto the front
parlor and shot himself throiign tneneati,
the hall entering about two Inches below
the right ear. He fell on the lloor, his
head ttrikJn a spittoon in front of the
fireplace. His death was instantaneous.
Mrs. Klley is still living, but her recovery
THE CAfSK OK TUE TRAGEHY
is jealousy and drink. Riley was about
thirty-seven years of ago and his wifo
' thirty-live. Thoy were married fifteen
years ago, and have had seven children,
"live of whom are living, the oldest a boy
The person who is alleged to have ex
cited Kiley's jealousy to such a tragic ex
tent is Dr. W. S. Carnes.
The colored woman, as soon as Riley
passed back through the kitchen, gave the
alarm, and the neighbors Hocked into the
yard in multitudes. Mrs. Riley was at
once removed to her bed-room up stairs,
and messengers were dispatched in all
directions after physicians. Drs. l'rewitt
and Dickson were the first to . arrive.
They examined and dressed- the
wounds of the woman... and
left her as comforable as
possible, but with little hope of her re
covery. The colored woman was so
much excited that she could scarcely talk,
but the neighbors learned from her after
repeated questioning that Riley had gone
Into the front part of the house. She did
not know that he had killed himself.
Several men entered the parlor and found
him lying, partly doubled up, across the
carpet, his head resting In tie spittoon,
KILLED WITH BLOOD.
One glance was sufllclent to show that
he was dead, and that death must have
occurred almost simutaneously with the
flash of the revolver. He was rather a good
looking, heavy-set mau, with chin whiskers
and mustache, both very dark, but streaked
with grey. His age was about forty-five.
He had "been a river man for years, and
was one of the best pilots on the Missis
sippi River. His trip was usually between
St. Louis and Yicksburg, and lately with
Harry Watson, another well-known pilot,
he has been handling the wheel of the
eteamcr Arkansas City.
His wages were said to have been 175
per month. As he lay in his blood upon
the parlor lloor, he wore a dark suit of
clothes and appeared to be a man who
took pretty good care of himself in that
respect, llis face was somewhat bloat
ed. AS EXAMINATION
of Mrs. Riley's wounds revealed the fact
that two of the balls passed through her
body, entering at or near the lungs, the
third taking a downward course aud lodg
ing in the interior. The fourth ball en
tered the arm and came out at the wrist.
To save her life is considered almost out
of the question. She is rather a hand
some woman, well formed and young
looking for her age. The pallor of
her face this morning served
to give her complexion, which Is
rather dark, a marble-like appearance.
Her eyes are large, and her general ex
pression one of intelligence. She has
been married to Riley about fifteen
years, and has borne him seven chil
dren, five of whom are living, the old
est a boy, aged fourteen. One of the
children is a pretty little girl of nine,
and she more than any of the others
seems to realize the full meaning of
the horrible tragedy. She wept bitterly
and begged to see her mamma aud papa
most piteously this morning.
Out of the Interviewing Business.
St. Ravi., Minn., March 25. Scnatoi
Sabin has arrived here, and gave an ex
tended Interview on condition that he
should be quoted iu his exact language,
as he is apparently getting tired of being
misquoted and placed in a false position
by Eastern reporters. Regarding the
statement that the sub-committee ap
pointed at the meeting at the Grand l'a
citlc Hotel in Chicago was made up iu the
interest of Logan as a Presidential candi
date, the Senator said: "I will simply say
that tho statement is entirely without
foundation. I believe the committee be
longs to no man, and will simply act lu
the Interest of the citizens of Chicago In
securing convenient and commodious
accommodations for the meeting of
the National Republican Convention in
June, and that they will give their friend
iy assistance In securing the creditable
conduct ot that convention in every re
spect. Ibis committee, though, has
nothing whatever to do with the ad.nls
slon tickets to tk ninmin i.i....
has it responsibility or authority in anv
manner, shape, or form . The entire mat
ter of the printing aud Issuing; ot tickets
of admission is expressly reserved to tho
sub-commltteeof the National Committee
and the people of Chicago and the whole
country may rest assured that there will
be no repetition of tho disgraceful prac
tices of the convention of lsso."
Regarding the differences of onlnton
about the construction of the call of the
National Committee, ho said; "it
clear to my mind, however, that the in.
tcntion of the committee was to clearly
define the rights of District Conventions,
when so desired, and for tho purpose ol
securing tho utmost fairness iu the ex
pression of public sentiment. Tho Dis
trict Convention system met with mosl
favor with the committee, which also saw
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKN1NG, MARCH
lit to limit the time of notice for such
conventions, In order that snap judgment
on tho part of particular cliques might be
avoided, and also to specify the dates for
the electiou of delegates to not more
than sixty nor less than thirty
Says previous to tho date of
tho National Convention. To my
mind it was clearly tho intention of tho
jominitk'C to give to District Conven
tions the same right regarding dates
as was civeu to State Conventions,
thereby treating both State and district
conventions alike I am in favor of
district representation, and have so ex
pressed myself, both personally aud by
lettfr, to many inquirers within tho
past two months, as I also have
with regard to sending an Instructed
delegation to Chicago." The Senator
said he felt that he had done his duty
to the press, and wanted to give formal
notice that from now until the date oi
the National Convention ho will con
sider his obligations as fully met, and
is out of the interviewing business.
A Wife-Murderer Captured.
Colvmiu s, 0., March 25. A report Is
in circulation hero that the horrible brute
and wife-murderer, Charley Butler, has
been captured in Antwerp, in l'auldiug
County, Ohio. Butler, who has been a
notorious character here for years,
rounded out his shameful criminal
career here by cruelly killing his
wife at Tierceton, Ind., on the 30th of
last September. He was on trial for his
life, but escaped from jail a week ago last
Saturday night and has been at large ever
since. Owiug to the lateness of the hour
aud the remoteness of the place no par
ticulars of his capture could be received
T1IK KEYSTONE 1JKIDGE.
Bitter Legal Fight at Point Pleasant.
Point Pleasant, V. Va., March 23.
t wired you a few days ago Iu regard to
the ruction between the Western Union
Telegraph Company, the Keystone Bridge
Company and Judge Jackson, in reference
to stretching the wire of the first named
company over the railroad bridge at this
ilace. Bench warrants were Issued at Park
ersburg by Judge Jackson for the arrest of
Andy Baird and his men for resisting the
authority of the United States Court, aud
placed in the hands of Marshal Atkinson,
who, together with five of his deputies,
arrived here at four o'clock next morning
aud made tho arrest, finding them all in
bed at their respective boarding-houses.
It was stated to Baird by the Marshal that
Judge Jackson had modified his former
order authorizing the Telegraph Com
pany to stretch the wires on the piers,
and not on the superstructure as hereto
fore, and that they wanted the consent of
the Keystone Company to get on
the bridge to do the work. Baird, iu
behalf of the company, refused to con
sent, so the Marshal took possession of
the bridge, and the linemen proceeded to
work, and In a short time were arrested
upon a warrant sworn out before Justice
Franklin for performing work other than
that of necessity on the Sabbath. They
were taken before the Justice, who, after
hearing the evidence, recognized them to
appear at the next term of the Circuit
Court to answer an Indictment for vio
lating the statutes iu the sum of $100.
Judge Jackson's arbitrary course is be
ing severely condemned by the best legal
talent in this section of the State. Baird
has since sworn out warrants for the ar
rest of the Western Union men for tres
pass. How's This, TecumsehP
Washington, D. C, March 25. Now
that there is occasional talk of General
Tecumseh Sherman as a Republican
Presidential caudidate, the following gos
sip will be of Interest :
A general officer, not stationed in
Washington, read to auother gentle
man a letter he had received from Gen
eral Sherman, in which the latter spoke
coldly of the Republican party, saying
he had no love for it, aud giving his
reasons. The General Is oue who has
always had Sherman's confidence. After
reading the letter, he said: "You know
It has been asserted that Gen
eral Sherman would not accept
a nomination for the Presidency.
Undoubtedly he would refuse to be the
Republican candidate, but he would not
decline the nomination if offered him by
Outside the Immediate entourage of
the late General of the army it has always
been supposed that while keeping out of
politics his sympathies were with the
Republicans. This impression doubtless
arose from the fact that he was Grant's
intimate, the brother of Senator Sherman
and the companion of General Van Yliet,
whose radicalism is undoubted. Coming,
as It does, from a general otllcer, whose
name, if it could be used, would carry
much weight, the assertion that General
Sherman would accept the Democratic
nomination Is curious, If not significant.
Public Keception Declined.
Memphis, Tens., March 25. The
committee of ex-Confederate soldiers re
ccntly appointed at a meeting to make
arrangements for a public reception to
Mrs. General Stonewall Jackson and her
daughter Julia, have conferred with these
ladies and received the following ex
presslon of their wishes in the premises.
That as they arc here only for a brief and
quiet visit to relatives, they would pre
fer that no public demonstration be made
They will, however, most gladly welcome
all ex-Lonfederate soldiers and the citi
zens of Memphis who will pay their re
spects, and will bo pleased to receive
tnem privately at no. r.H Mielby street
during each evening of this week.
A Wife-Murderer in Danger of Lynching,
Bloominoto.v, III., March 23. The
ruHtayraph' Petersburg, 111., special
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biijo; ;ii ii u. m. ine oiate Allium on
duty around the jail to prevent the lynch
Ing of the wife-murderer, Houlden, has
been relieved and the jail Is without a
guard. The Sheriff anticipates trouble if
the weather Is not stormy to-night. Ho
will be on the alert. Public feeling against
iioumen is running very iiign.
Whisky and Exposure.
CAUUNvii.LK, III., March 25. Thomas
Fogarty, a youth aged sixteen years, met
with a sudden death last night, caused
from exposure, having lain out all Satur
day nlKht In tho rain. He, lu company
with a party of boys, got in possession of
a jug of whisky and all got drunk. Fo
garty was left u tho gutter, and when
found In the morning was in a dying con
dition and lived but a few hours! His
death was causod by whisky and expos
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Miss Bjllo Holmes went to Fulton,
Ky., yesterday morning.
It is about timo for the lied Cross
Society to meet for permanent organiza
tion. Pure white Leghorn eggs, 13 for one
dollar. E. A.Bcknett. '
MiiS, Nellie Robinson, daughter of
Judge Robinson, is n her way to Kansas
City, Mo., on a viait to relatives.
Judge D. Y. Browning, Miss Alice
Browning aud Miss Alico Kinscale, were
guestsjit The Ilalhday yesterday.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
erj, Jacob Idee, tf
Assistant Superintendent I). G. Moore,
of this division of tho Wabash ruad, am! his
assistant, Mr. Shearer, were in tho city yes
terday inspecting the road here.
The funeral of the little child of Mr.
Shafter occurred yesterday afternoon. A
special train couveyed the remains from the
foot of Eighth street to Villa Ridge.
Bankrupt stock of furniture for sale
cheap r.t No. 101 Commercial avenue, near
Cih street, up stairs, tf
States Attorney Leek is attending the
Appellate Court at Mt. Vernon, in an impor
tant case in which his client has sued for
damages on account of false imprisonment
in Pulaski County.
The steamer Ella Kimbrough leaves
early this morning for St. Louis. The river
is too high between here and Memphis to
make business profitable, and the boat has
a good trip in sight for up tho Mississippi.
A pile-driver was at work yesterday
nearly b!1 day, putting down piles along
outside of the Illinois Central warehouse
on lower Ohio Levee and in the front of
The Holiday, to protect the warehouse and
the bank against boats landing there to load
Mrs. S. E. Williamson has secured the
service of Mrs. Hattie E. Herbert, of Terre
Haute, Ind. Mrs. Herbert will have charge
of Mrs. Williamson's 7th street store trim
ming department, in which she is fully
compectative, for she has a recommenda
tion from the best house in Chicago, tf
The colored Republicans of Ohio will
soon meet in mass convention, the purpose
being to make numerous demands of the
whito Republicans of the State. Among
other things, they will demand a promise
for the repeal of the state law against the
marriage of a colored man to a white
woman, and vice versa.
Bdl boards have been multiplied in the
city within the last lew days, to tho im
provement in appearance of several corners
where no houses stood. While the theatri
cal season has closed, there will be a stray
company at the Opera Ilouse every now
and then during the summer, and these
will have the boards gorgeously decorated
in due time.
All rates above 40 cents heretofore
paid tho Western Union Telegraph Co., for
10 words between 111. offices, are reduced
to 40 cents, the rate between Springfield,
111., and all offices in Illinois is 25c, the
rate between all Ill's offices and Chicago,
and the union stock yards is not to be high
er than 35 cents, in no case is the present
rate to be increased. Rates to other points
are much less than former rates.
A Congressional Committee is investi
gating rumors of crookedness in the man
agement of the Hot Springs of Arkansas
and is discovering more than was looked
for at the beginning of the investigation.
One witness has testified that in 1879 the
rental on each bath tub was increased from
one dollar and a quarter per month to five
dollars, on the order of the then United
States Senator Dorsey, and that no trace of
the extra fees collected could be found.
Mr. Bird's hou3e, at Bird's Point, is
again in danger of going down in the flood
when the water gets down to a certain stage.
It nowBtands within six feet of the water's
edgt, but so loDg as the river is
up to top of tho bank no
washing occurs. At present barces are
placed along the shore in front of the prem
ises, to protect tho bank from the waves,
AThen the water begins to fall in earnest
Mr. Bird will probably again have to move
the luaso back.
There is a sort of tacit understanding
that all the aldermen whose terms expire
in April will stand for re-election. They
have all done some very good work for the
city during their incumbency, for very
small pay, leaving glory out of the ques
tion. Their experience mar be worth
much to the city during the next two years,
There is plenty of good material, however,
in eacli ward aud tho magnificent salaries
attached to the positions, if nothing else,
will doubtless attract good men.
Chief Myers returned yesterday morn
iqg early, from his trip up the Illinois Cen
tral, where ho went to catch Smith, the
fellow who led the incendary conspirators
at Columbus, Ky., some time ago, and
jumped bail several days ago. The chie
learned Sunday that the fellow was at
Bird's Point aud going there learned that
ho had gone. Returning to this city, he
worked up clues that lead him to believe
that Smith came here and that lie departed
for up the Illinois Central. Ho took the
Illinois Central train Monday for Centralia,
standing on tho rear end ot the train al
tho way keeping a sharp lookout for hia
man. At DuQuoln he got another duo of
Smith and, following it for several hour?
found the object of his search. lie brought
his man down with him, and yesterday
afternoon took him down to Columbus to
turn him over to the authorities and re
ceive the f 100 reward offered for the man's
capture. Mrs. Smith was in the city yes
terday to look after the welfaro ol her
Mr. Louis Herbert returned yesterday
morning from St. Louis, whero he had been
to select the plumbing apparatus for tho
Satrord Memorial Library building, to fur
nish and put up which bo has tho contract.
He fouud everything ho wanted, and it is
on the way here now. Mr. II. expects the
material to arrive to-morrow and will pro
ceed to put it up in the building at once.
He has just engaged Mr. Frauk Lee, an ac
complished plumber, who will have chargo
ot the work of putting up tho machinery.
Mr. Lee will bo kept in Mr. Herbert's em
ploy permanently and tho latter will be
better prepared than ever to accommiditc
people who may have work of this char
ade to do.
For a little while much cxtitement
was created on lower Ohio Levee yesterday
about noon, by tho report that tire had
brokeu out in the hull of the steamer Belle
of Slireveport, lying at the Illinois Central
warehouso down town. The alarm was
sounded by the tug lying near by which
brought people in crowds to the bank, and
other tugs .in the harbor came hurriedly
to the rescue. But it was soon proven that
there was no fire. The causo of the alarm
was a little Bteam issuing from a leaky
pipe under the deck floor of tho boat,
which was mistaken for smoke. The boat
was heavily laden, anJ she had also on
board an excursion party of twenty-five or
thirty round-trip passengers, among whom
there was a brief panic.
It is likely that the revenue receipts
from distilled spirits in this district will
soon be materially reduced, for a time, at
least. There is but one distillery in the
district and the collections from this have
been on an average about nineteen thousaud
dollars per mouth. But last Thursday an
association composed of the owners of dis
tilleries north of the Ohio river met in Chi
cago. They resolved that after next month,
the distilleries shall be run to only twenty per
cent of their capacity. This action is ren
dered necessary, by the large amount of
surplus whisky on band, and in bond. For
a long time only thirty per cent, of the
capacity of the distillers has been worked,
yet this has resulted in a surplus of eight
thousand gallons of spirits.
A short time ago Mr. Maurice F. Tes
sier, publisher of the East St. Louis Herald,
was in this city, to see about recovering
the body of Engineer Smith, drowned on
the Texas & St. Louis Railroad near Bird's
Point. Incidentally while here lie made
a tour of the city, and his impressions ef
the city during this tour he gives in last
week's issue of his paper, in the following
very complimentary manner: "Last ed
nesday we had occasion to go to Bird's
Paint, Mo., and we nude it an object to
stop on our way at Cairo, 111. While we
found the place had been considerably sur
rounded by water, still, to the credit cf the
Cairoites, be it said that their safety lies in
the levee Bystem early inaugurated by the
citizens themselves, and that, owins to
their efforts, they have thus far escaped so
rious injury. Iu course of our peramble
we had the good fortune to meet the genial
city clerk of Cairo, Hon, Dennis Foley, and
State's Attorney Wm. C. Mulkey, son of
the learned Supreme Judge, both school
mates of the editor of the Herald. We
visited The Bcllkti.n omce, ana are
thankful for favors received. Mr. Coleman,
the enterprising stationer and bookseller,
and Mr. Frank llealey, druggist, was also
visited. With such an escort as above
mentioned, we visited the United States
Custom Ilouse and Postoflice, aud we
must say it is the finest building of its
kind in Southern Illinois. The celebrated
Safford Memorial Building built by the
widow whose name it bears will be dona
ted, when completed, to the city for a pub
lic library. The Ilalliday Hotel was next
visited, and preients a fine view from titlicr
of the three states from which it can be
Tiewcd. A visit t ) tho several firo engine
houses, public schoels, some six or tight in
number, made ua actually feel ashamed
that EaBt St. Ltuis, with all its natural ad
vantagen, its revenue, its resources from
other sources is not oue hundredth part as
well equipped. The process of changing
the guage of tracks from the narrow to the
broad fji- the dilT;rcnt cars was not explain
ed by the r.isster mechanic of tho Illinois
Central Rjuio. A branch of tho Singer
Manufacturing Company has established a
tine place1 at this point. We were surprised
to see the extensive workings of this estab
Hshment. Taking everything into consid
eration for tho short time we had to spend
there. Cairo will prove to be ono of the
most prosperous cities in Southern Illinois
Farmers wishing to be successful with
sheen Bhould L'uard them flguust exposure
But it in sheltering his sheep tho farmer
exposes himself and catches cold, ho must
use Dr. Bull's Cough syrup.
Tho helpless are aeverso helpless as when
stricken by rheumatism. It tortues the body
and palsies tho hand that uliouiu nu win
ning bread. A remedy like Athlophoros
snecdv cure, and not injurious to the system
is a powerlul aid to the ministrations of
those wno move about bearing oaim to me
afflicted. Rev. J. E. Searles, Pastor Willett
Street M. E. Church, N. Y., writes: "Have
not only used Athlophoros myself but havo
administered to thoso who were helpless
wirh Inflimmatorv rheumatism. In 24 hours
they have been free from pain and attend
ing to ineir uuucb.
WW liWl TATllTMr VHTTI
J!i JiiLU lUlMUJul lUUI
Especial attention is calico!
to our Children's CJaiinents,
from 2 yrs. to 10, The pret
tiest ihiug for the little folks,
2 toO yrs., is the Sailor Suit,
like illustration to the left.
We have them from $1.50 to
810.00. We have an abun
dance of Child's Waists, 50c,
COc, 75c. anil $1.00, and Sin
75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
Oar stock of Nul)tiy Voune Men SuilH U liirei-r
mailu arr.ii)j.'Piiioiil wlih a flno I'lmtmn 'I an rui
we cau liiw ull'iT t'lolliinu i-oiia', In all ru'lu'C t, t
Ium iu pr.co. Thoiiu In tliu hitliit cf hHvinj; ihe:r
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WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RAMUS, -:- TIN
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Afrcnt for Adams & West lake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel I'Jows, Chilled 1'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, I'lanters, Ktc, Etc.
jTos. 27 &
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass Window
THE BEST I'UMP.
f-IXUIUTY AGAINST TIKE.
Go ami look ut the liuckoye Pump in
front of L. C. Herbert's gas fitting shop. It
is the brst lift and force pump ever invent,
ed. Will force water fifty feet, nn'l works
so easy that a three-year-ohl chiM can draw
water. L.-peciully adapted for cisterns. The
best thin'' out in case of fire iu the house.
SPRING IS COMING.
SEEDS! frEEDS!l REEDS !!1
We now have in stock full line of carl'-n
and field seeds ot all kinds, both by the
pound or papers.
Golden wax beans.
White corn-hill beans.
German wax beans.
Extra early peas.
Early corn si ed.
&c., &c, &c.
New York earlvrose potato seed.
Yellow and red sweet potato seed.
Y'ellow and red onion setts.
Black mixed seed outs.
Plows and ptow harness.
Farmers and gardeners will gave money
by buyihg their seed from us.
Clover, timony and blue-grass seed on
hand New Yohk Stoke. 10-t
New York Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
O. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess C'urley Company's famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Legal Iilanks Kent i'or Sulc
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Ueal Estate- Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively
euro sick headacho and prevent its return.
This is not talk, but truth. One pill a dose.
To bo had of all druygihta. Sco advertise
ment. tfuckien's Arnica salvo
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithoum, Fover
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trico
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Ot'H STOCK FOR SpRISO HAS ARRIVED am
U AB'jt'f THE NICKSTBHUWN IN TrtIS CI I
I it T
limn i-vt r--from Hip 81. SO etilt to ...Y0O We h
li.niei'. Mi:h lint ui vrr (told a dollar tu Cairo, i
I In- hu-t Merchant Tuiior woilc ut alvout 25 dit ci
r'.liu-e innr'i; 10 onli r on account of lirujudit i
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tho "Pnlaco" Clothier.
and Agate "Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freeze!
CLARK & LOVEfl
Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
Telephone No 1
SPRING 5Q I?
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
.Largest and Most Careft
ly Selected Stock ofFoi
eign & Domestic Dres.
Goods Kyer Shown ir
Correct Styles! Low Prictj
Elegant Lino Colored Satins wo
75 for 50c
Elegant Line Brocaded Satins wo;
85 for 60c.
la in. all Silk Colored Pros Gra
worth 81 00 for 75c.
20 in all Silk, Satin Kliadadams woil
81.50 for 8100
Full line of Gninet's Celebrated Bh
Silks at prices as low as same Gc
can bo had in the J. S.
Good Black Silks at 50, 75 and 81.
Magnificent lino of Summer Silks
40, 50, (iO and 75c.
Great Bargans in India Linens s
Victoria Lawns at 10, 12, 15 and 2
See our great bargans in Linen Dcpa
k 54 in. Ked Border, Damask TcH
A 38 in. all Linen Red Border To
No such bargains iu Linens ever oflei
as wc now show. Hotels and board
houses supplied at special prices
largo lots. m
100 Doz. New Corsets Just received.
Our 50c Corset is gnarantecd eqna
any 75c t orsct in market.
Largest lino of Silk Lisle and Col
ever stiown in tho city.
Ladies full regular Hose in Fai
Stripes at 25c.
Judicious cash buyers will find
greatly to their nd vantage to fa
us with their patronage.
O. B, STTJAR-l