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THE DAILY OaIIIO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOHNLNO, JUNK 1, 1884.
Popular : and : Reliable : Cash
DEY GOODS HOUSE.
Extra Ordinary Bargains in all Departments!
Stuart has been interviewing the anxious holders of Dry
(ioods in Chicago the past week. The agents for many of the
New York Houses had instructions to close out at any reasona
ble concession all Summer Goods. The late panic, together
with the continued cold, weather, has demoralized them.
The bargains which we can offer for this month will eclipse
anything ever seen in this city.
Noto the following bargains:
100 pes of Nice Quality Lawn, worth
8c , for rc.
20 res Linen Lawiu, and 20c;
worth 25 to 30c.
White Piques, C. and 10c.
India Linens, 10, 124', 15 ar.d 20c.
50 pcsSeemikers at it an t 10c; worth
10 and 15c.
100 doz Ladies' Regular-made Hose, 25
and 30c.; wor.h 4K-.
Economical buyers will lind
our Great June Sale.
CTJN2Sri3STG I-lA.M & YOCUM,
General Insurance Agency.
OFFICE: Room No. 1,
COM 1?AN1KS 1 IK
Liverpool and Iuidon and Glohe,
Germaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Springfield F. k M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's t ire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Notices In this column inrec tinea or leaa iiccnlc
one Insertion or 1.U0 per week.
V NTKU One, ftuvo cutter and two stuck Btiivu
'-minium. None but experienced men need
lply. CHICKASAW IMOPKUAdE CO.,
JA t Momplilo, Tenn.
IOlt KEST-Mcoivhm. South Mile Fourth St.,
uehr earner WattiiiiHti'a Avenue. Ailveoon.
WJi. H. (ill.llEia-.
T ANTED A(i E NTS-To solicit oritur, for thu
' Full Trade. Pr termi aldruea with reft.
S. C. PALMBK, Hloomlni;ton, 111.
ANTED KXPEKIENCKD 8AI.ESM UN To
put in some capital and run a pang of meu in
uud will do and
tun parncuuris ol wual yoa cun
V. PAl.Mfc.il, Blooming'.on, 111.
WANTED U)0 Al. AGENTS -To tell and deliver
ou commifion A K d chauco f ir a capable,
eneryullc and tru.tworthv man.
8. C. PALM EH, nioomlngton, 111.
There will be a .Stork-holders mcotiuK of the
Illinois Iron and Cunt Cum puny at Ihiilr o tlce in
Cairo on the v!Ht ft day of May, at i a. in., for thu
purpose of elect. nine director and the trimxic
tlon of Kiich oilier buelnens a nuiv proiurlv comf
before the nie.-tinc. CO (iODFUE Y, Prei.
W. 13. COHMAN, Sec'y. 4 J J-1 f
U1TIC1AI. PAPER OF AI.EXANDKU C'Ol'NTV
fcN'I KltKl) AT TUB CAIUO I'OSTOFFICK FOIt
VltANSMISslON THUuUill THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third p-iye.
Ituftd Stuart's bit; ''ad'' on
tli is pao.
lie offers somo big inducements.
Icecream to-iby ht Phil Saup's. It
Tlie stoamer Rush was tied up at this
port yesterday lor debt.
Ice, wood aud kindling, at City Brew
try, Jacob Kite. tf
Mr. It. ll'disaeker left yesterday on his
Dr. Hall's Cone's, at W. L GlioU-m's
Mib3 Phyllis II itvard is to lenve to-day
for Muikeegan, Wis, on a visit to rela
tives. Iiftys str tw liatg only 5 cents, at Ghol
A new curpet Ims been luid in the
dining-room of The HtUiday. It h ljoauti
ful in design aod of the finest quality it is
what is called a Wilton cirpet.
Call on Phil Sitip for your ire cream
Miss Josie Eberle, of St. Lmis, re
turned home Wednesday after spending
some days in a pleasant visit to Miss Mary
Eble in this city.
W. E. Ghols in keeps the best unlauu
dned shirts for men aud boys in the city.
Consumers of ice will find several uot
ices of iuterest to them, in speci d local
C.luuin. Messrs. Jucob Klee and H. A.
Hewitt have soinethini; to iay to them.
-Jersey walk's only $1.50, at W. E.
The Jonesboro Gazette Bursts W. 8.
Day, of Union Omity, as cnii 1'nhtc for
member of the Thiity-tout th Illinois Legis
lature, ou the Democratic ticket. It speaks
very highly of him iu every sense.
James Mean's $3 shots fur gentlemen,
at W. E. GholsonV. it
G. II. Jackson & Co. arc prepared to
sour or sweten the tempers of all Cairo an I
: - : SALE AT
lace Runtinsrs, 15 and 20c
50 doz Ladies' Plain Halbiigsjan Hose,
50 doz Men's Regular-made Fancy Hose,
25c. iter pair.
Largest line of Fans ever shown in the
'ity a nice Ivory fti'k Feather
Fan, tor 50c.
1,000 Jap Folding Fans, at 5c each.
Summer Silks at prices to close.
it to their advantage to visit
M. & 0. It. R. Building,
- - CAIRO, ILL.
L'J IESENTED :
New York Underwriter's Ajjeney,
German-American Ins Co ,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co.
the rest of mankind. Yesterday they re
ceived in cue invoice three hundred boxes
of lemons and two hundred boxes of
Ice cream of every flavor and never
surpassed in quality, at Phil Saup's to-day.
On Decoration Day somo one stolo a
dark bay mare from a man named Thomas
Duun. at Mound City. I lie tailmal was
tied up on one of the principal streets and
disappeared without leaving any trae.es.
Wantkti Rood Krl vvik white
preterred. Apply to Mrs. Steve Mcl'ride,
10th St., between Wash. Ave. and Walnut.
Commencing to-morrow nirht our citi
zens will have an opportunity of purchts-
ing Gr:-t cl is3 fine jewelry, diamonds, etc.,
at auction at Tabcr's old stand on Commer
cial Avenue. The advertis(ni"nt will be
found iu another column.
Phil Suup had his ne.v machine in
operation yesterday, and is prepared to fur
nish the ti'iest ice creini to the multitude
CYiro will be represented at the Chica
go Convention hy .Magistrate (Joining,
Judge D. J. linker, Mr. Wood Hittenhotise
an 1 perhaps also Aldeinian C. O. Pntier.
The first named will go as proxy for dipt.
N. B. Thistlewood, who was appointe! an
A 2-story brick houts SjxK'O will be
built by J. JWnimnia on the sout beaut
corner of Sixth uud Commercial. This will
make a decided improvement in the ap
pearance of that part of the city. Bids are
called for, the plans are made and work
will be commenced immediately.
In the Circuit Court yesterday Johnson
and Davenport, two of the men who burg
larized the store of Mr. Foster, at Com
mercial Point, pleaded guilty aud weie
each given six years iu the Penitentiary.
Runner also pleaded guilty to burglarizing
Resch's place and was given cue year.
Capt. Thomas Wilson of this city, is
noticed in this wise by the Jonesboro Ga
zette of yesterday : '-We learn that Capt.
Wilson, of Cairo, will accept the nomination
of candidate for member of the State Board
of Equalization. He has filled this office
most satisfactorily, and Ids name will add
to the popularity of the Democratic ticket
throughout the district."
One of those lire-proof oil lamps burst
ed in the cabin ol the little tug Muud
Lillie yesterday morning about 5 o'clock,
and, the fire catching the wood work, de
stroyed the cabin of ihe tug entirely before
it was mastered. She was lying near the
coal dump at the time and the dun.p was
in great danger of being also burnt i. Capt.
George Goodfellow was on board at the
time the tiro broke out and did all he
could to quench it. The craft belonged to
Capt. Napier and she was insured.
Yesterday at 3 o'clock p. m., Mrs.
Weiitzel Hrandcl died at her home on
Eighth S'reet, between Washington Ave
nue and Walnut Street, ut the Hge of i'i
years, 10 months, U days.
Funeral will occur to morrow, Monday,
ftf't' moon. S' l-vices will ho held at St.
Patrick's Church at' 1 o'clock and epecial
train will k've loot of Eighth Street Ht
2:30 o'clock, conveying remains to Villa
Hidge for interment.
Fiicnd are invited.
THE CLANS GATHERING.
Tho Candidate Makora Arriving
in Force in the City on
Tho Stock of the "Plumed Knight"
Guts a Boom From the Pacific
The Arthur Men Happy and ConfiJent
and Are There in the Interest
9 CniCA;, III., May 31. "lllaine and
Victory!" This was the motto on the
numerous banners and streamers of the
California delegates who arrived here
this morning. The "Plumed Kuiuhi's"
stock has taken a sudden uud decisive
upward turn. The l'acilie coast delega
tion, WJ strong, uud solid to u man for
the Maine statesman have taken up
quarters at the Palmer House. Tin ir
martial music tills the air. The dele
gation Includes the accredited ileleg ites
Irom California, Oregon and .Nevada, who
will have twenty-eight votes iu the cun
vention. They have been on the rad
since Monday, traveling in a special train
of nine splendid couches and receiving
ovations at prominent points. Coming
through Iowa they were welcomed hym
lllaine men of the llawkeye suite, and
brought lu some of Its delegates with
them; uud, having arrived here, the
party was met at the depot by
a in. aim-: i;.si:oitT
of Chicago men. The I'alifornians mv
somewhat hoarse from shouting, but ni '
vigor of their enthusiasm is nmliiiiin
lsbed. One of their number said to your
correspondent: "We are not only solid
for Blaine, but we are here to stay and
se In in nominated. e have supplies ol
eatables, drinkables and money to sc. tlient
through, and when Blaine is nominate. I
we will return to the const in the flin-
train of coacues that ever crowil tie:
continent. Not one of our delegates ii
a Federal ollii e-holder or u disappoint i'
olliee-seeker. We represent the peup.e,
the wool-grower, the vine-grower, and, I
the way, we have the Ituest s.ini
California wines ever brought aero-
Tor an hour the wearers of l'.iainc
badges tilled the lobbies of the l'.ihiiw
House, and the Blaine boom was in t r.
ascendant. The California delegaiioi,
includes men of great wealth uud N.iiiona
rcputlon, ami they will lie hear
some more on the business
brought them here.
The hotel lobbies ure crowded t!ii
morning aud entrance and exit to ami
fioni the l'ulmer and Grand l'acilie are
Uillicult. Two large delegation.- Imn:
the South, one from South Carolina an I
the other from North Carolina, arrived
at the Sherman House early this morn
ing. The bigger men are dropping in and
from this on the undcrMnippi is w!m
were sent here iu the van wi.l
have less to do. Kx-tjovcrnor I.ong
of Massachusetts reached the city
and was assigned rooms at
the I.rluml this morning. Collector W.
H. Robertson of New Vork city arrived
last night. At the l'acilie this morning
there arrived a portion of the Arthur
New York business men's party . About
Ilfty put up ut the l'acilie, and at once
the Arthur boom showed new vigor and
a smile of .satisfaction spread itscif over
the advance squad of the l-'ederal ollicials.
"We come iu the interests of Arthur aud
business," said S. II. Wales, one of
the delegation. We feel that the present
iulininistratiou has been highly successful,
and we don't want our business interests
made unstable by a change.
Senator Harrison, of Indiana, said that
all reports to the contrary notwithstand
ing, it was impossible to say ju.-t how
the Indiana delegation would go at the
Paul Strobach, of Montgomery, Ala.,
and Deputy Collector Blodgct, of Walla
Walla, S C, are conspicuous at the
Sherman House. B.odgut is Hying to do
heavy work for Arthur.
For Blaine or Arthur-Whiehever Ctrl
St. I.oi is, Mo,, May .11. The Nebraska
delegation to the Heub!ican (,'ouventiou
is at the Southern Hotel to-day, en route
for Chicago. It is composed of the fol
lowing: John M. Thurston, N. S, Ilar
vood, John Jensou and Ccorge A. llrook
cr, dclegutes-ut-large; Eugene Held,
Church Howe, W.T.Scott, (ieor'e W.
Korton, Charles P. Mathcwson und J. A.
MeCnll. They are uniiistnu.tcd, but say
they are equally divided between Itluino
and Arthur and w ill consolidate on w hich
ever is the most likely to win. They
tame In a private car, and leave to-night
lor Chicago, where their headquarter
will be at the Tallin.--.
1I()V UK IIIOI.ll) 'I'll KM.
A Boffus Colore-d DolPKate Takes In tho
CiiK'Aon, Ii.i.., May 31. The startling
discovery wus made lute yesterday after
noon that till of the boom managers und
nearly all the gentlemen who have been
doing missionary work on the quiet in
behalf of the respective candidates had
bcrn victimized in a most shameful man
ner during tne previous twenty-four
Lours. Just before the discovery was
mule u squatty ilarky, with black
we.enisn taee, woite httt, sporadic
whiskers ami a shiny suit of clothes
that had titled soim-body else better than
it did him, might have been sei-n to leave
a comfortable seat lu the rotunda of tho
Grand Taeltlc Hotel, where he had been
lounging and Minikins a very lino quality
vi tmai, ;nu 10 nan out on the street
and up an alley. H,. 1;ls nit
Ik-.-u seen since in th" vicinity of
tli.; (W'Bud haeitlc, although then)
uas lieun niucli uul!ciloui inquiry concern
ing uis wriercabouts. Very industrious
Investigation us to how the unfortunate
affair ocrtir Las failed to discover a sut
isfitctory explanation of It. The squatty
durkey aforvsAld appeared uujii the scene
here on Wednesday evening lu the hands
of one of those rrccplloii committees of
colored gentlemen whose method of
kidnaping Incoming deletes huve been
fully deitcrtbod. They lia.l already had
hi in around at their rueeption-rooms, and
had loaded him pretty well with four-dollar
whisky and two-for-a-qimru r cigars,
and he was in a very gint-lous mood, lie
was Introduced around as Hon. Win. H.
I'loHsants, rncmber at-large of th Muhoug
delegation from Virginia, and thu Artniu
men were delighted to see hlin. Nobodj
distinctly remembers just now whether
he said his name wis Picas,
ants, or whether he just acknowl
edged introductions tinder thut cog
nomen. Everybody remembers, how
t'ver, that he was very voluble us to thu
Mahoiio delegation uud Its predilections,
and the Blaine men remember distinctly
that ho betrayed them into throwing up
their hats uud whooping in tin undigni
lled way by announcing that, notw ith
islanding the representations that the
Mahone delegation was all for Arthur,
in iiher he uor several of his friends were
of that complexion.
THIS V.S A HTAUTI.lNli Itl'.VKI.ATION
to the Arthur men, who hud thought the
Mahone men were solid, past ull perad
venture. Newspaper men by the score
Interviewed Mr. Pleasants, who was al
ways very diplomatic ami evasive in his
answers, and columns were written
about him. Ho was the lion of the hour.
He visited each of the heudti irters In
turn, and had u mysterious confer
ence with ull of the managers,
whom he convinced he was a man ot in
lliience. It now transpires thut he rep
resented to euch of them that he hud re
cently lud hard lnek, that he was in u
llnancial strait, and that his dear little
home in Virginia was about to be sold
under a paltry tfjoij mortgage. It was
very galling to his pride to make
these things known, but necessity
was a cruel master. From each of the
gentlemen he obtained from j to tiin,
which he entered up with great formality
on his subscription for Ihe bclietll ot Win.
II. leaunts, patriot, lie, was well tie
(Uiiuted with Virginia affairs and
chatted eontlilently with all who desired
to talk on that subject. This afternoon
u telegram fame from Washing
ton announcing that tiny man pre
tending to be Wm. II. Pleasants here
was a trail I, as Pleasants was at that
time in the National Capital. This te e-
gram was provoked by the announcement
iu a Washington telegraphic h iter ot
J'ieasant's advent here. Somehow or
other the imposter, who had stuck close
to the refreshments right along during
the two day's,
HKAiii) ii' nil-: AiiKiVAt.oi Tin: i i:t r.oitAM
iust before a committee which had start
ed out to hunt him reached the Grand
l'acilie, and he skiiiiied in the manner
stated, with a very high opinion of con
vention whisky and cigars, u really poor
opinion of National stutesmeii, uud u
pocket full ot dodiirs. It is estimated
that he got over $iM ultogeth .!'.
Com ng Out For Arthur.
WvsiiiMiios, D. C, May ol. A good
th al of stir is caused lu re by dispatches
received from Chicago, saying that the
Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota
and Nebraska d- legations an; developing
unexpected Arthur strength. Sabin, tin;
ilipatchcs say, is out for Arthur and also
a number of lich gates from all ihe States
mentioned, who had been claimed for
Gambling- On It.
t'lilf.uio, III.,, May :;l .--Tools sold
the l: I'll
lean Tiv.-ideiiti.il nomination,
ioche's and Baldwin's, this iiiorninL':
Arthur, lllaine, -S'l; l.o-
The N-vw York Delegation.
Ni w Vui:k, May 31. A large number
of delegates to Chicago left this morning,
ineltKliii'j; John .1. O'Urien, lianiey T.iglin,
Morris Tiieilson, John U. l.ydcccr, Mike
're-in, All.iert I'a.'Li'tt and Michael
Til K S'l oVi: MOI.DKlts.
A ConfKrenceAnother Strike Probable.
Sr. I.utis, Mu., May ;;i. Tin-re are
ruiuors of another strike among the
stove inolders. Three representatives ol
the stove factories at (juincy, III., we-re
in the city vest rday, and during the
afternoon held a brief conference ut tho
Southern Hotel. The object of the
eoiilereiicc is still a Hosiery. Kvers'
foundry, Second and Hempstead streets,
has closed down; also the Kxcelsior,
foundry where .juo men are employed,
other foundries, it is said, will close.
The impression prevails among the inold
ers that tin; factories will remain closed
but a few days; that when work is re
sumed the nioliler.s will lie requested to
mold on a reduction of tlfteen per cent,
below prices now prevailing. 11 this de
maud is made a strike will he the result,
The Kvers and Kxcelsior foundries have
notified their men to return to work Mon
day. Tho Last Heat.
CiM innaii, o., May III. The last heat
will be made to-night at the rolling mills
They close until the June scale is signed.
The men are conlident the scale will be
signed inside ol two weeks, as all the
mills have a number of large orders to (ill.
j ne re uas oec-ii eoiisiiieraoie activ ily in
the iron trade.
Futa!ly Injured. ;
Sn i:i.iiv ii.i.i;, Ii.i.., May dec), llur
ton, of SluwaiiliM, while trying to g-
upon u hand car while it was lu motion,
had his hi-a l tonilily crusliud, and w
rilOH WAS II I N ( JTON.
The Public Debt.
Washington, 1). C., May 31. The
I'.stiuiatud reduction uf thu ublic debt in
May was Sj.uuo.iiuu.
I UKTY-KIOUTIt (.-ONUIU.S4.
Wasiiinotox, 1). C, May Mr.
Kuton (of Coiiiit'cticnt) said he had
received letters from iiroiniiient men in
tlfteen States urging action upon two
bills reluting to the l're..idetitlal count
und the rresldetilial succession. lie
gave notice that lie would try and call it
Mr. Peters (of Kansxs) hoped lie would
not cull It up in the absence of Mr. Hart
(of Ohio), who had prepared thu minority
The regular order was demanded, and
the House proceeded under ii prior order
to consider hills from the Committee on
A resolution was adopted uuthori.iii
the committee to investigate thu leasing
mid encloslm; of Indian lands; also the
disbursement of &:li0,0O0 appropriated
(or the CherokccH,
The hill Kraniing the (iulf, Colorado &
Santa l-'e Hallroad the riujil of way
through the Indian Territory whs called
up. Mr. Welk-r (of Iowa) offered an
amendment reservlu to the (iovernnient
the right of wy for telegraph and tel
(thouc linns, lteject'-d.
Kxiiiniuo o n lariro tock of
the l.Vwiit gauze Undershirt
Our st ck ol Summer Hosiery
Thread, Ilalbitean nml Silk
in abundance. Manillas iu
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is
ot Sailor Suits and Sinine rants and Waist
S A M B XJ HQ-ER,
Tlii! "Palace" Clothier.
Coinnienrin!' 31 AY ilith
200 ics Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
oO pes (iinnliitiiis 10 ; worth 12 and Vtc.
r0 lies Victoria Lawns. 10, 12 1-2. 15, 17 1-2 aud 20c.
50 jics India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17and2c
2.) jics rancy a terns. 2.c; worth Ui:
25 Jics ron4ii; v ilks. iancv patterns, :7c; worth 50c.
50 pes Simmier Silks, 50,55 and )0c; worth 75 and UOc
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth $:.00.
II 0 Satin Parasols, linel and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Ilrocade Satin Tarasols, with lace, $U)0;
Hands me line of Plain and
I All GAIN'S for
,) ipnmud Hcrliu ami Agate? "Ware,
lliid Caes, Path Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Airent for Atliiitis & Wc-tluke Oil. Oa.solinc and Oas 'toves, Detroit
.'aft' To.. Hamilton Steel flows, Chilled flows, Walkine Cultivators,
Coin Slielleis, planters, Fte., Ftc
Nos. 27 &
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
JngLa,viiir.s and Arall
(JAIRO OPKKA H0USK.
Sib DAY EYK.,.IUXK1.
1 'liy;iiiH 1 1 1 iikI ro tod I oetnre!
MISS KATIE KIXG,
thu Woi.ilert'ul Vcjuiil'
i will lie u hlsteil liy
'.I of the est Miiterializers
wirlil. in H (5r mil II' inniiftrntlon or
WoiuhtrB und M VHtun-a of
ii 1 nil (JiifliK'it 'I. tin? Opun KI(M).
I'loiitiu .nK i mhv ni tie! itio -I wii lerf'il ni'ilc ial
l.ullnii kv r wlinuswca III the woilfl. Thu fitllow
lilt; H'u nunc of tint t'-t tl. lit u n illy lake plui v in
thu I re-( ie u f ltn:e M.'Ouinii. hho the Mi d
lum in ni!c-'.! f urn her lent, niid IhnilDK lu mid
K!r tin' limn) Spirit l' mi tleit Hitii'r uroiii.d her
tin' t:U y uliilcrliil, n'l'l hccii by ull up su..t; thi'y
Hili d bi'H'ilu . Kill, ceiiver iill 'ol K til life,
in d xlinli - IiiiiiiIh w ill iliuir O'iu Ih The earu
ttinulM! M illiiniM, "i. eloign liy tin- p und Hod nub
ile HlUTi'VlT thl'T !?i.
Adm.tt iiir.- inc. Dii r o, cd nt T ,i.m. Scbuco t 8.
Mrs, Fm ily Bowers,
Mm. AM VN OA CLAIIKSON, Atfutit.
No. .'io wtii st-, ( 'tiiro, Ul.
LUood Htiick and Prices Itaitooablo. JSi
Light Wear Uudenvear froii
to the iiuest $5.0.) jMalbriggaw
is complete comprising Lisl
large quantities. Children's
called to our large stoclq
and for this week onlv.
Hand - painted Fans at jreatlv
EVERY BODY this week, at
n i at n in
CLAEK & LOVETT,
Telephone No 103
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft lioitnin. Ft. Ktiive. Capacity galf. Trice.
Tlii'.e niiks aru mnile of CLEAR CYPRESS, Vf(
ni' hi'H tlil.-k, Niirurely hooucd and are VATh.l
'iHillT. Thi-y aro
Shi hi1 wholeimU ure well lraoed
Io prevent their bt-tnir racked or broken In band
liiiK. Et in itve furniHhi'd for
TnnkH oi' any Bizo.
A. 1UGGS & I3HOS.,
217 Ik-lord St., New Orleani, La.
(iokl & Silver Watches
anil Jewelry of every kind,
lnrliKtlni; Dlam n!ii, Plated Ware of erery do
icrlpt on, hlnira, Urea-t Plni. Chalnii. Bractott,
Kocori Mroi' f'latnd Knivu., Forkn and Spoons.
I'lina'pnmi'nt direct Irom tho manufucturera aud
to bo .old without reeerv . Sale to commence 8
Monday Evening, June 2d,
atl28Comm rrtiil Avenno, (l,to Taber Broa Jew
HJTLatllt'8 rspecially invited to attend !
rilOS. WINTKU, Auctioneer.
S. M linn NH'iv, Ha eirnau.
L f tun, Cnnhlur.
0 x 1450
( x tl 1630
7 x II 2000
7 x J) 2250
7 x 10 2500
WM M"i 1aaMM