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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOliNING, MAY 21, ISSl.
Sollrenln ihi colnmnmree Hoc or leu iicenti
one insertion t M per weik.
"ll'ASTKfl "ava ""I" n(l Have
ti.ii hknt-Mt cohkl'i'. Soaib tide Fourth Pt..
X n,-r taruiT Wnliliijjwn A'eono. ApiW soon.
WM. U. Gll.BKKT.
'ANTED AC.KSTS-Tj inllclt orikri for the
iiadtf. r.r torin a'i(iri'a wun m.
f. C. l'ALMSH.llloomiogtoD, HI.
WANTED F.XrEKIENCSU 8A1.E M EN To
' put in omo capital and ran a pant; of nun In
ti e ft' il 'ive full parlicclari of what youcau
a J w.il do and your lurm.
S. C. l'ALMEIt, Blooming'"". 111.
"WANTED I.OCAL A(iKNTS-To loll and deliver
i on commit'iori. A uond chance fir a capable,
em r -;ic and trustworthy man.
h. f. I'Al.MEH, ll.oomlDjrlon. 111.
jtjlK U'H.rEi;s meeting.
Tr.fc H t1' S' i.k holdcri meeting of tbo
'.,-noU Iron audCial Company at llnur otlce In
Cairo on the day of M;iy. at! a. m.. fortho
purpoe of c'ti .t.HK i.lue director and the tranaac
tion ofuch other huin.'if aa mav uroorly come
before tht--ttnc. CO (i'JM'KEY, Pre".
W. B. COHMAN, Scc'y. 419-tf
OFFICIAL PAPER 0? ALEXANDER COUNTY
KN'TEKED AT TUK CAIHO 1'OsToFFICE FOll
I I! S-MIS.JION THROUGU THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS UATES.
GENEIIAL LOCAL ITEMS
AdJhioiul locals on th'.i J pac.
There will be preaching at the Metho
dist Church thia evening; at 8 o'clock, llev
"Wilson, of M.-trop. I'H, will oetuiy the pul
pit. Ice, wood aiil kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Kle- . tf
Tbc Cotton murder case was on trial
all day yesterday in the Circuit Court. The
examination ot the physicians was conclu
ded and that of the chemist will bcin to
day. It is thought that the csje will not
bo conc'uded till about Tuesday night.
Kothlur nnd Hays, t lie two young men
. arrested near Mound City Thursday for
Btfaling cow?, were ycs'.erdiiy given a pre
liniinary examination there and each was
held to hail in tho sum of f500. At last
accounts they had not given b -til and were
etill in custody.
Hon. F. E. Albright passud through
the city yesterday on his way to deal
Fprings to addross a small assemblage of
people there. Mr. Albright has already
begun hi canvass, it seems, and will con
tinue to make things hum from now till
the end of the campaign.
Both down town justices were cut ot
the city yesterday, attending the Odd Fel
lows' picnic. As a result no little criminal
ties are repotted. But there is no warrant
in law for the permanent bauishment of
police judges, hence wc shall have to per
mit them and "little crituinsltica" to flour
ish unt'l the next OJd IV 1 vrs picnic.
There are jutt about one thomand bil
lion blackberry bushes along both nide of
the St. Louis & Cairo track, between Beech
Ri Ige and Hodges Park, all in full bloom.
The Narrow-gatigo ought t furnish the peo
pie ot Cairo with all the black berries they
can consume all this summer, free of cost
and still make a usurous prolit.
The water throwing contest that was
to have been engaged in by the Hough and
Heady and Arab Fire Companies Thursday
afternoon, was postponed on account of
the inclement weather that dy. Joint
Committees were pppointed to determined
upon6me day next week for the contest,
and the committee will meet to-morrow
for that purpe.
A clearing a tic is in progress at Mrs.
S. K. Williamson V, of Children's School
and Sun H its, and a great induction of
prices is made in all the shapes and styles.
She is determine 1 to clear out her stock by
the first ot Juae, at which time she intends
moving into the bu l ling now occupied by
S. II. Tb'!r. Any one desiring anything
in line of Millinery or Notions will do well
to call at once and examine stock and
price0, as she means budness. 3t
The Catholic Indies closed their series
of tupptrs and festivialo, at the Tenth
Street hal', last ni-ht. They met with their
usual success in the manage men, of mch
affairs. The attendance was krge every
night and the contributions of various
kinds were liberal, while the patrons were
all nicely treated and will pleased. Last
nijht the attendance was greater than be
fjre, though the w eather was not favorable,
and the interest was intense at times. The
proceeds will doub'lesi be hands une.
The article frctn the Bio inungtou Bul
letin, reproduced elsewhere, thould be read
by Democrats generally an pondered over.
Mr. Obtrly claimi to have reliable informa
tion that Carter Ilirrison is not in harmony
with the Democratic party on the main
issue (if tbc p.judiug campaign, and he is
d (ing what he tun to Win. this matter be
fore the iX-nvcra'g of the Mate in tiuio to
prevent the commission i f a foul error at
Peoria, lie article nukes some very strong
pointf, is writt. u in Mr. Oberly'g happiest
and most torcible vein and will be read with
deep interest by all.
A colored woman named Alice Hen
derson was arrested by OiHccr Mahanny
last night for rude treatment to a white
lady. The latter, in company with another
lady, was walking down Eighth Street
last night, and when near one of the vege
table stands, the negrcss met thwin, took
hold of tho la ly'i aim and with the re
mark, "you whito folks git outen du way
an' let (lis cullui lady pais," shoved her
oil the aidewalk into the Mrcet and went
on her way with the air of an African
monarch. Alice was j tiled nnd will be
tried to day.
From a cpy of the Mississippi Hivcr
mprovert;ent bill now pen ling in Congress,
sent hero by Capt. Thomas, we clip tho
following extract which relates to the work
to be done at this point : "Improving Mis
sissippi River from the mouth of Illinois
River to the mouth of the Ohio River, in
cluding the improvement of Alton Harbor,
and also, in the discretion of the Secretary
of War, tho improvement of tho Illinois
shore opposite the mouth .of the Missouri
River: Continuing improvement, fivo hun
dred and twenty thousand dollors; fifty
tbcusand dollar of which sum shall be used
in cxteuding the work for tho protection of
the easterly bank of the Mississippi River
at Cairo, Illinois, and tho prevention of its
wash or erosion, commencing at the souther
ly end of the present Government revetment
work and continuing down stream."
Rev. McFarland officiated at the wed
ding of Mr. Robert Stewart and Miss Dena
Bemiss Thursday night. The attendants
wero Miss Carrie Brankle, of Cairo, and
Miss Jennie Curtis, of Centralis, brides
maids, and Messrs. Win. and Hammond
Bemis, groomsmen. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
will make their home in Centralis, where
they went yesterday. Tho following Is a
full list of tho presents received by the
bride: Silver pickle castor, Misses Mary and
Carrie Brankel; silver butter knife, Miss
Jennie Curtis; linen towels, Mrs. Brankel;
bedspread, Mr. and Mrs. John Slack; 1
cake stand, J. P. Lchning & Bro.; 1 cake
stand, Mr. Tom Crawley; Jjj dozen silver
teaspoons, Miss French; 1 silver spoon
holder, Mrs. Madden; 1 picklo castor,
Emmi'y Kuepfer and Mr. Rces; 1 glass set
MbsNissano; 1 pin cushion, Mr. and Mrs.
Kehbick, of Paducah;2 vases, Mr. Joseph
Burger; 100 cigars, Charles Cella; 1 dozen
napkins and table cloth, Mis Annie Clark ;
1 silver-mounted colonge bottl, Miss Felt
neg; dozou silver knives, Mr. and Mrs.
William Ilazjn ; 2 napkin rings and very
handsome silver vases, with compliments of
Rasbeck, Bicknell, Van Pattern, Con
ners, Brisban, Marsh, Morris, Williard, J.
llrisban, Qua Oetch and II. Spraguo.
The St. Louis & Cairo train due down
yesterday was several hours late, because of
several little mishaps. A short distance
below Alto Pass the hind trucks of the eu
gine's tender were derailed and the train ran
clear over tho high trestle in this condition
before it was discovered and remedied.
At Beech Ridg-j it had to lay over to per
mit the passage of tho up bound freight
which was detained a short distauce below
there by the turning uver of a carload of
hay. The accident occurred at a point
about a mile below Beech Ridge which is
considered the worst place on the road.
The rad runs through a swamp, and the
bed is very soft in consequence of the heavy
rains and the tracks naturally uneven. But
very little damage was done. Tho
company has a large f ireo of men at work
now, building subslautial trestle wherever
tho ground will nut support a dirt bank.
This trestle will bo fifty-five feet above
low water mark, and tho e.irthen road bed
will be raised to tliQ same height clear
down to the junction with the Cairo levee.
This work donr, the road will not bo in
terruptad again by high water. In the
meantime traius are being run with much
care during falling weather, in consequence
of which accidents are few and damages
About one hundred people attended
the Odd Fellows' picnic at Cherokee
Springs, near Hodges Park, ycsterdiy.
The party did not go by way of tho Wa
bash road but took the St. Louis & Cairo
train at the Union depot. They started
about 10:30 and reached tho Springs with
out any mishap about three-quarters ot an
hour afterwards. There had been extensive
preparations made for the picnickers. An
arbor of gteen bows had been built, and
sawdust Bpread, lor those who might wish
to daitce; tables and seats had been erected
in shady places ne ir the Springs, for the
accommodation of the feasters; the ground
was dry, 'the sky clear and everybody was
in good spirits. Soon after arriving there a
score or more ot baskets were emptied of a
variety of delicacies which were
spread upon the tables by the
ladies. and tverybsdy was in
vited to indulge, whieh everybody did with
evi lent satisfaction. The feast over there
was boating on the bosom of the Cache,
hing, music, dancing, rambles over
the picturesque grwunds, and other amuse
ments peculiar to such occasions. 1 he
several sparkling springs were also liberal
ly patronized. The party returned about o
o'clock, all well p'eased with the day's
A single bottle of the new specific for
rheumatism and neuralgia has been known
to give more relief to the suffering victims
than years of treatment wttn inefficient
medicines have been able to accomplish.
This is because it strikes at the cause.
When the cause is removed the effect must
disappear. Athlophoros drives out the hu
mors of the blood that brinir on the agonies
of the rheumatic victim. Mrs. T. B. Nell,
of Calamine. Wis., writes. "Enclosed fined
$5, for which please send six bottles of
Athlophores. One bottle lias relieved tnc
Particular attention is called to the sale
of silver and plated ware and clocks at
Tatar's Jewelry Store, No. 128 Commercial
Avenue this evening at 7J o'clock. Music
al instruments and sundry articles too num-
erous to mention. It
Wail Street Again Agitated With
Rumors of Disaster to
He -.is Said to Have Shared the Recent
Tremendous Losses Sustained
by Russell Sage,
And to Be Short of Cash Wherewith
Meet Accumulating Obligations
on Heavy "Puts."
Nkw Yokkj May 23. Tho speculative
situation Is rapidly growing worse, liqui
dation continues and holders are selling
nut as fat as possible. Coal stocks me
n feature, being heavily pressed for sale.
The whole list at 11 130 showed a decline
of one-quarter to sevon per cent., tho lat
ter In Jersey Central.
Startling rumors ape flying along Wall
street and through the Stock Board build
ing to-day. It Is said that Jay Gould Is a
Weaker man than Is generally supposed,
nnd that he has been losing heavily
lately. It Is rumored, among other
things, that he shared In the tremendous
losses sustained by Russell Sage, and
helped to carry that operator through his
troubles. Tho most startling of all ru
mors, and the one which has affected tbc
f-tock market more than any of tho others
to-day is that Gould is short of cash and
will be compelled to unload vast blocks
d railroad and Western Union
securities to obtain sulllcicnt money
to carry him through. In such
tin event tho market would
t Imply be wrecked, and there la no tell
ing w hat the extent of the calamity would
be, as there are hundreds of thousands
cither directly or indirectly bound up in
Gould's interests. That there Is more
than the usual basis for such reports is
evidenced by the condition of the stock
market ut this writing (11:30 a. in.)
which is worse than It has been at any
time during tho past ten years.
That I'recious Rascal, Ward.
Nkw Yokk, May 23. Tho more the m
quiry into the affairs of Grant & Ward is
pushed, the more infamous become the
transactions of this oily-tongued swlnd
k:r. It strikes most thinking people as
being little less than wonderful how Ward
could have wormed his way into the con
fidence of such men asTappan,so as to get
g.'loo.ooooutof him on his mere word that
he had sooret arrangements with the Gov
ernment which would return millions of
profits. Ward constantly laid his Gov
ernment coutract scheme before the
shrewd men of Wall streut, never show
big a contract or even any correspond
ence or ptiper wuicn proved that he had
advanced money to contractors, and they
bit as readily as the greenest down-east
farmer bites at three-card monte or the
loop trick. If the amounts Involved
were not so large the whole thing would
bo supremely ridiculous. Jlusinons
men so sharp, so shrewd, so pene
trating of eye, that nobody could
get ahead of them, have been In
duced to throw their hundreds of thou
sands into bis bands without asking him
to show them security for it, or seeming
to care what he did with It. The fact is
proven be-yond question now, that he
never hail any arrangements with Gov
ernment contractors; never received any
secret information never had anything
upon which to base the assumption that
he would invest tho money of his dupes
w ith prolit, except his own unblushing
cheek, and his own rascality. How
much or how little the younger Grants
knew about his transactions is not
known. That they could have blindly
given everything luto his hands is rather
dillk ult to believe.
Ferdinand Ward spent the night In
Ludlow Street Jail. Reporters are not
allowed to see him to-day. William Ward,
his brother, visited the prisoner this
afternoon, lie said that Feidluand was
preparing a statement, and said the state
ment would show clearly all the tran
sactions of his brothel- since ho entered
the tirm of Grant & Ward, and Intimated
that there might be possibly some sur
prising revelations, of which tho public
had yet no knowledge. Rumors are In
circulation again to-day that orders of
arrest have been Issued for Fish, Work,
Warner nnd others concerned in tho
affairs of Grant & Ward.
Fiak & Hatch Believed.
Nkw Yokk, May 23. A syndicate
which have taken the Government bonds
from Fisk & Hatch Is composed of I. & S.
Wonnan, Louis L. Hoyt, J. B. Colgate
and the United States Trust Company.
It is stated that tho syndicate took all
tho firm had. By this operation the
banks and others having loans on bonds
are relieved, and Klsk & Hatch placed In
a tosition to adjust their affairs.
Has No Idoa of Leaving.
Nkw Yokk, May 23. U. S. Grant, Jr.,
came from Morristow n, N. J., his home,
this morning and repaired to the office of
the late firm of Grant & Ward, where he
spent an hour or so in conversation. Ho
laughed at the Idea of the rumor concern
Pig his supposed flight to Canada, saying
he has no Intention of leaving but Intends
to remain and attend to business.
Colonel Fred. Grant Is also In tho city.
MSIIONOU AND SUICIDE.
John T. Richardson, Agent of the Boe
Line and Belt Railway, Settle
St. Lons, Mo., May 23. John T.
Richardson, agent of the Bee Line and
nHso of the Venice & Carondelet Belt Rail
way, committed suicide at Venice, 111.,
yesterday afternoon by shooting himseli
through the heart.
Recently Investigation has been going
on Into HHiardson's accounts, Traveling
Auditor Carruthcr, of the Indianapolis
St. Louis Road being in charge of it. The
Investigation was" brought about by the
fact that tho hooks of tho Bee Lino had
not been properly kept, and the accounts
had not been checked tip for several
months. The result of tho examination
was tho discovery of a shortage amount
ing to about Sfi.OOO. lilehardoon when
questioned regarding his deficit promised
to explain It In a satisfactory manner, but
kept liuttlnu CurruthcrM off from day to
day on a plea of sickness. He claimed
tbt he bad 91,000 In the house mid that
the balance could be made good without
difficulty, larrutliers, on Wednesday
last, asked Richardsou to turn over the.
atnouut due at once, so that the accounts
might bo adjusted, but Richardson ob
jected on the ground that It would be
necessary first to consult with tho Belt
Line 4 Madison Couuty Ferry Company,
for which be was also agent. Saturday
Carruthers and the Secretary of the Belt
Line culled and were banded tho books,
wb)ch they examined and found to bo
correct, it Is said, in evwry particular.
lAter the Secretary of the Ferry Company
also called with the others and a general
examination resulted In showing that
Richardson was short in his accounts to
abont the amount stated. After the de
parture of the three Richardson shot
himself through tho heart lu his own
Gambling and drinking arc said to
have led first to the disgrace of Richard
son and thcu to his death. He was high
ly respected in Venice and had only been
recently elected to the village board.
It Is hinted that the shortage may be
more than the amount stated, but the of
ficials say they think that $tl,nuu will fully
cover the discrepancy.
Richardson leaves a widow and a son
The Methodist Episcopal Goiiei'al Con
fureno3. riiiLAiKl.riiM, 1'a., May 23. Delegates
are becoming tired of the work of the
conference, and each moruing shows an
increae of empty scats and applications
for permission to go away. The commit
tees are now nearly through work, and
are beginning to wind up affairs. Bishop
Andrews presided and J. C. Barbell led
the devotions. The Committee n Mis
sions has agreed to recommend constitu
tions for the Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary Society; also that a magazine
be devoted solely to missionary purposes.
Fraternal gret tings were exchanged with
the convention of tho Baptist Society at
Detroit: also tho Presbyterian General
Dr. Leonard, of Cincinnati, offered a
resolution instructing the Committee on
Kxpcnscs that when they make up their
expenses they do so up to and including
Thursday, May 211, and at the close of the
morning session on that day the Confer
ence hall adjourn sine die. Adopted.
The Judiciary Committee presented a
number of reports, all of which, having
been published already, were adopted
Missouri Capital Items.
Jkkkkkson City, Mo., May 23. A cer
tificate of Incorporation was issued by
the Secretary of State to the St. Louis
Planing Mill Company to-day; capital
$30,ouo, all paid up. The Incorporators
areC. II. Grote, S. 11. Meyers, F. D.
lilakeJy, and J. I). Dobyus.
A pardon was issued by the Governor
this morning to Lvaline Rodgers, coll
ected of concealing the birth of her
child at the March term, lsM, of tin?
Nodaway Circuit Court and sentenced
to the Penitentiary for two years. No
reasons were given.
The Governor to-day appointed II.
Jennings, School Commissioner of Stod
dard County, vice II. P. Duncan, re
signed. An Important Dociaion.
PiiTSiii'iiOii, Pa., May 23. Justice
Bradley, In the United States Court this
moruing, handed down a decision in
lavor of the wife of Lord Linton, form
erly Miss Finley, of Kittauniug, Pa.,
igaiust the administrators of James C.
Ilrown, the deceased millionaire, con
tinuing the deed of trust dis
puted by the defendants conveying
raluublc real estate in Pennsylvania, "Illi
nois, Nebraska, Michigan, Wisconsin,
Kansas and other Western Stales, be
tides money judgments mid the peisonal
rffeels of his daughter, Mrs. Finley, aud
Her child, Mrs. Linton, who now resides
si Europe. The esiate is very valuable
tnd has been in litigation a number of
rears. The proceedings have attracted
I KOJI WASHINGTON.
Commerce Committee Reports.
Washington, 1). C, May 23. The
douse Committee on Commerce to-day
luthorized favorable reports on the fol
owiug bills: Making It unlawful for any
rcssel offered at any United States port
lor conveyance of merchandise to Issue a
Dill of lading which does not clearly
jpecify the ex net voyage Intended to be
made; Authorizing the improvement of
!he water power In the Mississippi River
it Little Falls, Minnesota, Regulating
the exportation of articles made in lm
aiitution of butter and cheese. Tbo lat
ter bill compels jiersons exporting
jleoinargerme, butteriue, etc., to sumps
the goods, and Imposing a fine of one
thousand dollars for each failure to do
l OlU'Y-EHjrIITIl CONOUICSS.
Washington, D. C, May 23. Mr.
iVeller, rising to a question of privilege,
had read a newspaper report of a speech
luade by Mr. Bain, in which ho stated that
he was Informed that a member who had
toted iu favor of Pecllc on the first roll
tall, and thereafter upon consultation
with Mr. F.ngllsh, Sr., had left the House
without being paired. He denied that
bo had been solicited by Mr. English
on behalf of his sou. Kx-llcpiesentatlvc
Lnglish had not conversed with him
yesterday u the subject of his son's con
tested election case, lie (Weller) did
receive solicitations from members on
the Republican side to vote for Peelle.
Une member had told him that ho would
cover himself with glory. His absence
from the House had been iu pursuance
of a telegram announcing the arrival
of his family in the city. He hoped the
Investigating committee would go to
work promptly and inquire iuto the w hole
Mr. Hart Inquired by what road Mr.
Weller's family arrived.
Mr. Weller said tho gentleman would
have abundant opportunity to play tho
part of cross-cxninluer before tbo com
mitttec. Mr. Hart Wero you solicited by any
of English's friends to go and meot your
Mr. Weller (emphatically) No, sir.
The matter was then dropped, and Mr.
Kellogg took the lloor for a personal ex
planation. Tho House lias referred the Kellogg In
vestigating resolution to the Committee
on Judiciary, to. decide whether tho
House has authority to Inquire luto tho
acts of a member of the committee be
fore his term of service began.
Do You ATce -With Us?
It is nlifMit IiijjU time hn style of business of h ol
m iiikinr tho public with the gifts ol Watches niullhaiir,
Clocks. Cronios, Halls, Mats, tVe.. is stopped, and the people
Given Full Value ,11 Money!
Without nit'iit no business can prosper. "We give the best
of (ioods at tin? lowest possible price, (iood Goals sell
themselves, and require no hiimbutfirinj: to convince the
public of its truthfulness. You can not get something for
nothing, and ail these gifts (?) cost somebody something.
VK HKUKVK in an HONKST 'UIISIXKSS HONESTLY C0N
DUCTED. You can rest assured that you will get a hun
dred cents 0:1 the dollar foreverv dollar you spend with us
ami u MFTS.
Wo will NOT lie UNDERSOLD.
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Com moi ici i i ir 3IAY l(Jtli and for this week uilv.
-00 pes Calico, 5c: worth 7 and He.
50 pes (iinglunis. ldc ; worth li' and 15??.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, lu. VI l-: 15. 17 1-2 and 2K'.
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2. 15. 17 1-2 and 2k
50 pes Cheeked Nainsooks, lu, 12 1-2, 15. 17 and 2c
25 jics Fa nc r Sateens. 25c; worth 35e.
25 pes Tongue HIKs. f im-v- patterns, :7c: worth 50c
50 pes Summer Silk, 5u, 55 and 00(; worth 75 and 00c
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at 8200; worth frl.OO.
li;0 Satin Parasols, line I and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, 8 1 .00 :
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
KAIMJAIXS for EVEKYJIODY this week, at
.)-. i!i;i!(i i:irs.
STOVES, -:- BAjYGKS, -:- TIN,
-JapaiiiK'd l$crliii find Agate "Ware,
Iiid Cages, Path Tubs Water Coolers k Ice ('rcam Freezers.
A cent lor Adams &. Wt!;ike Oil. UasoIi'M' and Ons v loves, lb troit
SalV Co., Hamilton Steel I'iows. Cliillol Plows, Wiilkinj Cultivators,
Coin S!; lb-is. I Iantci. Mr , Ktc.
Li l 00, CAIRO. Til.
IsO. 85 I
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Hrushcs, (J lass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKK A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, t'Aino, ill.
Telephone No 103
ICiigmvhisrs unci Wall Papers.
Silver-Plated -:- Ware
of every doHCi-pi io-1.
Saturday I veiiiiiff, j XI v ) m,
Kicht (Adcik. ind: -rill.
At Tuher Ur'. ol.l ptafd, li Coin merclti! Ave.
tiy'riiife good wi 1 l.e coM i illvely without
rencrve. TilOS. W IN TEH, Amlou er.
W. KTKATTO.N, Cairo.
T. ItlltU, Misonri
STKATT0N & JillU),
No. 7? Ohio Leven, Cn'ro, IV.
Mrs, Emily & liowers,
MrH. AMANDA CI.AUKSON, Atfrnt.
No. :iO wtli Ht , "tiiro, lit.
tirODuil Block nnd J'xit-ca I(eiionablt;.
I T Y
E IS J i 1 1
u hli ml,
Tin? "I 'ah.co' Clothier.
OLAEK & LOVBTT,
136 & 133 Com'l Ave.
have receive:! a full and corr.i;lete Una
ol now Fall and Wintur
Cloaks, rlinaiiH, Xoiions, Etc.
A liotvy Moc'k nf Body Brusf clg, Taper
Irion aiid Inuralu
A full Block of Oil Cloth, all eleo and prices
Clplhing & Genls' Furnish'g Goorfs
A fill mid complete tock ti now being
closed oulat t-reat bargains.
Ooodn nt Uottotn I'rioasI
IA. II. SMITH.
Grand Central kStore.
CJS THO. - LLU