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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPKR OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
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SECOND CLASS BATES.
Mr. Phil Barclay went to St Louis
last night oo business.
Mr. Albright is again Moa the go."
lie is canvassing Jackson county.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Stesgala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Miss Sallie Ilambleton, of Mound
City, is Tisiting at the residence of her sis
ter, Mrs. 0. T. Whitlock.
David PattoD, freight conductor on the
Iron Mountain road, won (30,000 in the
Louisiana lottery this month.
Mr. Charles Wilson is having the old
Black Hawk bouse, on Commercial avenue
above Eleventh street, put in good repair
for a business house.
A social dance will be given to-night
at the Ideal League hall by Mr. Oliver
Thompson and other young people, in hon
or of several visiting friends.
Col. and Miss Mary McKeaig are
home again from Grand Haven, Mich.
Mrs. McEeaig is still up there with her
daughter, and will remain till cold weather
Passenger Agent Sol. A. Silver, ot the
Anchor Line, has got leave of absence for
several weeks, and will make a trip to New
York and other eastern cities. lie lett last
Jennie Warren and her women were
fined by Justice Robinson yesterday, each
f 10 and costs, for being bad women on gen
eral principles. Officer Danker made the
Wanted : A good market gardener
and florist. To a man who is thorough in
the above a good chance will be offered.
Address, Len. G. Faxon,
3t Paducah, Ky,
Mr.W. F.Russell returned Wednesday
night from the far west, through which he
had roamed for several months in search of
health and recreation. Ue looks ten years
younger than when he went away.
The contractors have commenced fill
ing Poplar street, above Eighteenth, so
that, before long, the street cars will be
able to run the entire length of the road
again without interruption. The track is
being raised as the filling progresses.
Miss Frances Willard has given to the
W. C. T. U.the silver cup which she, when
seventeen years old, received from the Illi
nois Agricultural association for the best
essay on the "Embelishment of a Country
Two negroes had a fuss about unload
ing some lumber on Seventh street yester
day morning, which led to the display' of
weapons and making of threats. The ag
gressor, Louis Goodin, was fined by Mag
The little brick house uext below Mr.
Peter NefTs new hotel building on Ohio
levee, which is occupied as a restaurant by
Mr. Jno. Clancy, is being raised several
feet higher, to a level with the new houses.
The house also belongs to Mr. NefT and he
wants them all of the same grade. The
sidewalk will also be raised some.
The St. Louis and Cairo offers tickets
to St. Louis and return, during the -Exposition,
at one cent per mile, equal to one
fare. Tickets good to return up to and in
cluding the night of the 34th, and will give
holders two days in St. Louis. Tickets will
be sold to enable passengers to reach St.
Louis on the morning of the 23d.
. There were not irany people out to
witness the match game of base ball yes
terdsy afternoon. The game was fully as
amusing as was anticipated, the Tender
Feet giving the Association a black eye to
the tune of 31 to 29 ; but the Association
boys say it wasn't fair, and they insist on
another trial which may come off in the
A white man giving his name as Sulli
van, hired a horse and buggy of Capt. N.
B. Thistlewood yesterday afternoon, saying
that he was going to Mound City. But the
fellow did not return within a reaonable
time, and inquiry proved that he had gone
across the river to Missouri. Late last
-ftyjht he was still beyond the reach of offi
cers or others from here.
In circuit court yesterday Ed Richard
son, who robbed a lad of f 20 on Walnut
street some time ago, pleaded guilty and
was given three years in the penitentiary.
waven, me negro; who stole the ox from
au - ir i
mo juuudq my man, got two years. The
uvuyicu in me mat oi a man
I named McMullen, charged with larceny
yivovuuug witnesses nau ior
taken Attorney Leek and the jury acquit'
tjl the prisoner. Court adjourned till Sat
srdtjr, when the case of young Powers wil I
be Uken up. ,
A fire at Vienna Tuesday night de
Stmyed a two story bouse on the main
street opposite the Perkins House, and for
awhile it looked at though the whole south
:ad of the town must go. Fortunately
here was oo wind, and the people turned
;ut to a man and woman and fought the
In with buckets; they have no engines
Tut weiu were Deany ail dry ana water
had to be hauled- from the creek. One
gentleman remarked that if they had own
ed engines and hose carts the town would
have burned up. This opinion is not so
unreasonable when we remember that with
no water, the people dependent on fire
companies would not have made so good a
fight with buckets. The property burned
belonged to a widow and was with its con
tents a total loss, there being no insurance.
The Perkina House, and others, were on
fire in a dozen places from sparks, but
were promptly extinguished.
The gathering at the Methodist par
sonage lsst night wss one of the most
agreeable ever bad in this city. The rooms
were all crowded with friends anxious to
show their admiration of Mr. and Mrs.
Scamtt and to express sincere regrets at
their near departure. Numerous presents
were brought by their friends, but the prin
cipsl one- was a beautiful water service,
presented by the ladies of the church ss a
token of their regard. Mr. and Mrs. Scarrit
cannot help but remember last night as
among the happiest of their lives.
Every dsy new improvements of real
estate are started in some portion of the
city, and if the work continues but hslf as
generally and energetically as it hss been
going on for several months past, Cairo
will be completely transmogrifiied within a
year. Mr. Aisthorpe has already put men
to work raising his outbuildings, on bis
Seventh street premises, and next week
Mr. R. H. Cunningham will have his new
frame houses on Fourteenth street rsised on
to brick foundations, on a grade with the
newly filled street, and will have the lots
filled also. This nature of improvement
may be seen in progress on nearly every
street and promises to make Cairo one of
the most attractive cities on the river in
the course of a little time.
Wednesday was the ninety-seventh an
niversary of the adoption of the federal
constitution; an instrument that every
American citizen should revere as the
panoply of the people's liberties. It wss
originally the production of the greatest
minds and the most patriotic and liberty
loving men of that or any other age. It
should be read and studied by every citizen
and its provisions and requirements be in
stilled into the minds of the youth of the
land. If the people of the United States
were fully imbued with the principles laid
down in this fundmental law they would
not so frequently have to hide their beads
in shame over the betrayal of pub lie trusts
by public servants, no to often have their
righteous indignstion aroused by oppres
sions of corporations and the monopolistic
use of power by individuals. It is because
the constitution has been ignored and
trampled upon, that princely fortunes sre
being accumulated by individuals at the
expense of honest toil, sod that the power
of the msny has been reduced and the rule
of the few has been encoursged. Central
ization of power is antagonistic to the let
ter and spirit of the constitution. It was
the intention of the founders of the gov
ernment that governmental power and per
sonal wealth should be diffused among the
people. But under modern methods power
is centralized the rich become richer and
the poor poorer. That this anti-constitu
tional order may be reversed should be the
earnest effort of every ptrotic citizen. It
is the boast of the Democratic party that
it believes in the strict construction of the
censtitution in upholding its authority
in obeying its requirements. They are
sneered at by Republicans for this, and are
called "constitution-shriekers." But the
Democrsts are right. We hare faith to be
lieve that the right will prevail, and that
the constitutional form of government as
founded by the fathers will be preserved
and banded down to future generations by
the efforts of those who are now battling
against its enemies.
Mr. John Lee, farmer, Ashbourne, Mud-
gee, H. S. W., Australia, writes that he suf
fered intense agony far seven months, with
sciatica.and that the first application of St.
Jacobs Oil, the magical pain cure, relieved
him and in a short time he was cured.
Summary f Meteorological Kecerd of
Yesterday Afternoon fur this
Sional Service, U.S. A.
Washington, Septemer 18, 1884.
sky clear mostly. Barometer below 30
only in the extreme northwest. Thermom
eter between 61 and 89. No rain.
iub. uuLLtTiH mermomeier siooa as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in tbe diagram below:
68- -6 A.M.
80- -12 M.
78- 36 P.M.
r rem almost every section of the state
comes reports of a general improvement of
the health of our people, due no doubt (a
m . s .
ine influence or vt. Bull's Cough Syrnp.
AN AMIABLE GENTLEMAN.
This la the Character Given to
Sargent's Suooesaor by the
People of Germany.
Ohineae Gordon Heard From On Many
Subjects Looking to the Paoifloation
of the Soudan A Blunt Brittoa.
Aa Outrage" Claims to be Inaocent
A King Hooted Arrested
Behux, September 18. The Borsen
Courier says that United States Minister
Kamou Is a very amiable gentleman,
nsLly accessible, and that he speaks but
little German and French. Ills first task,
It says, will be to get an Imperial Com
mlMary appointed for the New Orleans
OOBDQN OX THE SITUATION.
London, September 18. Gordon tel
egraphs from Khartoum, under date ot
August 26, to the effect that he U pa
tienty awaiting the arrival of the relief
expedition, lie hopes the Government
will scad Zebehr Pasha to the Soudan on
a yearly salary of 40,000, on condition
that be will surrender the Soudan to the
Suttaa of Turfey when 200,000 Turk
ish troops have arrived to keep
It La order. lit states that he wants one
million Ave hundred thousand dollars to
pay arrears due hi soldiers; that his
dally expenses are Mven thousand fire
bandred dollars ; that he La tends captur
ing and burning Berber, and that he has
sent Colonel Steward ahead for that pur
pose. In conclusion he advises that 11
Turkish troops w,lll come to the Soudan
that the Government will give them a
million and a hall oi dollars. 1
Hong Kong, September 18. A French
Ironclad yesterday stopped a regular
Kong Kong trading vessel, boarded her
and, finding a large quantity o( guns and
ammunition, threw them overboard. The
Captain of the trading vessel mode com
plaint against the outrage, as he termed
It, but in the absence of the Governor,
his deputy refused to move In the matter.
So serious has the Franco-Chinese dif
ficulty been to business interests at Hong
Kong that from a good carrying trade it
has dwindled down to a junk trade.
CLAIMS TO BE INNOCENT.
London, Sept. 18. Colonel Morton,
Assistant Postmaster at Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who recently mysteriously disappeared,
leaving an alleged shortage in his ac
counts, and for whose ar est a warrant
has been Issued by the United States au
thorities, is here. In an interview to
day with a reporter of the United Press,
he denied being guilty of any peculation,
and said he would return to Brooklyn
6hortly and fully establish his ldnocence
of the charges made against him.
BOOTED THE KINO.
Brussels, September 18. The agita
tion in regard to the new education bill
still continues. To-day the mob which
gathered abont the nalace hooted the
King as he was passing out.
Zurich, September 18. The widow of
the anarchist, Stellmacher, who was re
cently hanged, has been arrested for sell
ing anarchist papers.
Naples, September 18 Four hundred
and forty-one new cases of cholera and
139 deaths were reported for the twenty,
tour hours ending at noon to-day. ,
Oi4sr.ow. Kentamher 18-ThA nni.
Ing steamer of the Mackay-Bennett Cable
Company was launched to-day.
A Fortune In Bonds Stolen.
Boston, Mass., September 18. Emory
D. Fisher, Superintendent of tbe Box
Department at the Post-office, and an
other gentleman, have charge of a trust
estate belonging to Miss Wilson, and the
securities are deposited in one of the
safety deposit vaults In this city. On
August 25th botn trustees found every
thing correct, but yesterday forenoon an
other examination showed 920,000 miss
ing. Tbe hoods missing are 910,000 of
tbe City of Cambridge water loan, num
bered from C3 to 73 Inclusive, and 910,
000 of the City ot Lowell water bonds,
numbered from 1251 to 1260, inclusive.
A young man In the family ot the co
trustee bad access to the vault, and as
far as can be ascertained Is not now la
Boston. The bonds are negotiable.
Nw York, September 18. Fritz Vcd-
ler and Rosa Lntz appeared at Castle
Garden to-day, and Rosa Informed De
tective Groden that she bad eloped with
Fritz all the way from Germany, and that
when thty arrived here her lover refused
to make her his wife. Assuming a stent
demeanor, the detective said: Fritz,
you snoata marry tnls girl." He finally
consented, and In company with the offi
cer tbe youthful pair set oat to search
ior a clergyman.
The Booth JLmartoa OommUaion.
WASRisicrrox, D. C, September It.
The Commission appointed to visit Cen
tral and Sooth America will Uv oa the
SOU of October for the Ctty of Mexico,
whence they will go to Central America
sod afterwards vWrtt the principal cxmb
trles ot Booth America. TheCoatnihMton
expects to be gone six moeUu.
The Dansrev Ores.
Bat Crrr, MrcaL, Beoiember 1. The
latest advices from Plneoamlas; says the
danger from forest flats Is over for the
prenevt. The wind ssshstdod and the
fumes were elected. The flgmt Is stl.'l
kept up oo all sties, teens as In asxrat
he sesM roadHUa, sod the isssjat is
its Bssxsas tee-wtad chaigva.
Didn't Know it Was Loaded.
WoBCKsrxH. Mas a., September 18.
Richard A. Flynn, aged twelve, shot and
killed Eddy Sheridan, a boy of the same
age, this morning with a pistol, not
knowing It to be loaded.
Tns Worst Yet
Dallas, Tex., September 18. Ulysses
Grant, soa of William Jesse Grant, ab
stracted a check for 91-80 from a lettei
addressed to Mrs. DeBree In care ot his
father, lis had the check cashed and ab
sconded. He has so far eluded arrest.
The lilar la Out Asratn. ,
Columbia. S. C, September 18.
Charles Crawford, colored, of Abbeville,
S. C, died recently at tthe extreme old
age of 116 years. There was no record
of his birth, but there Is circumstantial
evidence to establish the claim as to his
Pursued Br Fate.
Lacoma, N. S., September 18. Mrs.
Solly Young, agod sixty-six, was struck
by s train yesterday afternoon and killed.
Her first husband fell from a building
and broke his neck, and her second hus
band was killed by the cars near the scene
ot yesterday's sccidenC
An Improbable) Story.
Savannah, Ga., September 18. Rob
ert Golden, while excavating on Trewtoi
Hill unearthed twenty-five feet below the
surface, a perfect skeleton of a man.
Lying near by was a ball snd chain with
lock attached, and loop large enough to
encircle a man's neck.
Det'.h of Edwin C. Larncd.
Chicago, III., September 18. Ex
Uolted States District Attorney Edwin O.
Karnd, who while holding that position
rendered great assistance to fugitive
slaves, died suddenly this morning ot
heart dl-ease, aged sixty-four. He was a
native of Providence, K. L
Og-lsaby at Peoria.
I'KORii, III., September 18. This Is
a big day for the Republicans, and large
numbers of them are here. R. J. Oglesby
arrived and was met at the depot by va
rious Republican organizations. He
speaks at tbe Fair Grounds this afternoon
and tbe Wigwam this evening.
Akin to Sulci is,
Glasboro, N. J., September 18. Last
nlgbt Wni. Abbett and Albert Darby,
while crossing the railroad near here in
a carriage were struck by the engine.
The horse was killed aud both occupants
of ttie carriage were fatally injured.
Thfy saw tbe train, and thouga warned,
persisted in driving ahead.
Grain and Provisions.
THCRSDAV. SEPTEMBER 18, 1884.
Cottos Steady: ra'ddlm. 104 JIOHx
Flour Steady: XA to cnoioe,
Whsat - Higher: .No. r Red. 7:&t7!o:
No. tied. 68KiSo.
Cork Higher: So. t mixed. 4vi50.o: No,
I white mixed, 'MjSA'ic.
OATS-Hteady. So. 2. 27027)40.
Kts Dull: No. 2. 50c.
Tobacco Firm: ms: common to choice
tC.UKieiU.00; leaf: common red leaf, ST-SOJ
lu.uu: medium to gvod ta.Qxil7.00.
Hav Prutrift S4.039 UU tor prime to cholo
new: clover mixed. S7&9 tor common ui
prune: choice new timothy, y.0O'il0.0U; fan
tJurrsR Firmer: choice to taocy creamery
E&Ko: dairy, coolce to tancy, l&iZlo: low
Koos Active; fresh stock, 12!4313c pet
For atom h rtady, at av&tOc per bushel.
Pork Steady; new mesa, lfl.7.r.
Lard Quiet: prime steam. 77c.
Bacoic Lours, luvaiu ,0: norm. lUailo:
clear ribs. lu(&llto. all packed.
wooi Tuo-wMhed. choice, a29o: fair,
f?&28o; dirury and low i&it:. Unwashed
Cnotc medium. iUV,C&-,lc; (rood avenuro me
dium ltKAlBc: selected light 8nel7iiao; (food
aerage, l&ai7o; heavy 14 18c: combing. Hi
biood. msziHo: comDing, low grades. Miaivo.
Hroas Uoiet; dry Hint. l&Vio: damaged,
Eo: Duus or stairs, 10c; dry taltel,
13c: dry aaited. damaged. lQo: kip and
taif, salted. 80: damaged, so; tmi.i and
nags, bo; green, uncured, 7o; damaged,
Ihiip Pelts Weak ; groon. 75&85o; dry
do, 4U&75&, as to amount and quality or wool;
green shearling, l-ViJ)c; dry do, I0loo;
green lamb tkina, tUoMo-
Whsat Firmer; No. 2 Ked, September,
87; October, 874c; November, (WSe; De
cember, MSc; January, KJc; February,
Wc: May, wc.
Com Higher; Boptembor, 3c; October,
Si Kc; November, Wc; December, blo: Jan
uary. 4SV4c; May, 49'iC.
Oat Higher; September, 31 c; October,
nOl NoremDer, bg.
wncAT Stronger: September. 76o: Octo
ber T!o', November, 7Uc; December,
Cons Higher: September, Die; October,
ao; November, tti'ic; year, iSc; May,
Oats Firmer; September, 25Vic: October,
Bi'ioj November, zc; year, A'ic; May,
FOKK Steady; Bestninncr, in.i:i; uctouor.
117.00; year. sil.; Jai.uary. su.wi.
LARO eaaer; opi iiiwr, i.iit: imomr,
17.1714; November, 17.06; Janunry, $7.15.
Khout Bias September, S9.H0; October,
Liws Etook Market.
Hoos Receipt, 8,0"); mnrket active;
hi&a higher; grawrn H.'Mith.US; light
I5.S04S.30; rough packing, S.1Ji(rao.l;
heavy paoaing ana huiim"". vo.wua.tn.
Cattls ItooBlpts, s.uuu; JeaMcr, except on
lM.t imtdift: export, SiA,tJU07.O; good to
choice, SO.U&S.tf": Texnns, JM.U1QI.7&
KlIKKP necoipia, 5,vi menuy; inrenoi
to choice, 124-26.
Cattls Dwmiind active; common fradd
un't kinged: extra RWoni, tn.UldUM; good
V) I'OUM) v . ... . ' .'Mill,
S&.tfMtS.0; Texas atnori, 14 2.-M.75: mixed
1,1 u.- WMtrrn titockiira. (a fAi.mi.
hnKKP-Markt-t talrly n.-tlvo; c mition to
fair aleep, IS.8fiM.O0; good to i h oo, si.UKdj
1.76: Wtstern lands, S4(m6.'0; Cunuda
lambs, tn.Mlh.f'O. . . u . v .
llcxi Good demand ; good to choice York.
erw, S.0 46S.S0; common to fair graNfrs,
S..A&HI.MO; good iDodlunis and ht avy, tnxxt
I .SO; about an now
I.'attiji liwxrtirtA, zUU; market du I and
weak, rUUo lower; exports, Sa.uwiWJ;
Bhotoi! Sltlpplnir, VriUtthM; common to m
dlutu, S6.0e.'j.;; feeder, 14.(Xtl.fiu; com
lata, Z.4it4.7t.! gra Tesaa kbem, IVMd
11 KIH-iloonlpU, i,V) Rhude s'rongcr; sulci
at wot m; m inly at a6.eMe4.uo.
Huxar U m , A atrintger: n illvo mut
tons toM at zjj4 i stocaora, ihj
Hour "nd Stools Murkit.
tinv Voaa. ptembar lKUuany, &
pr wnt. liar ailver, HueUi wors
wak aud tower d.tring Ornt l.our. rl'OJks
uw-oad (Uotur; 't itrent liluh r. a4c
l. i;loo Faoido- iMinr, on Sili-s Ut M pn S
Is, yrkm ratt 'd Wktl, but tit um p.Mmi
wiiung tii markei ta H rou if ouoe mora,
uovraaMnoi inn; ( iirri-ucr. u ist bio: ( a
BoAwn,lssHbM; a,di.,Hl Md.
WM. M. DAYIDSOI,
STOVES, -:- RAS6BS, -:- TIM,
Japanned Berlin and jugate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
torn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TICLKPIIONK NO. SO.
MEN'S & BOYS'
13G Commercial Avenue,
WM. LUDW16 & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES TI1E
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Line of Business. Examine goods sod pri
ces Lelore purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ato.
"Wni. Ludwic & Co.
F OK 8 ALE. Haydock Phaeton, new. ll.t Dries
I'W for im.-Icqture of B. A. Burnett, Bnlle
FOK 8 ALE Haydr.ck Jump-ieat 1 nrrey. Hot trlc
$'M, new,gd Job, for $150. Inquire of E. A.
FOK SALB.-New Home Sowing Machine right
from tbe factory, Hit price JJ5U for S.X. B. A.
FOK HALE We bare hit ret ei ted a car load of
the Celebrated Btudebaker Wagoni, wblcb are
offered very cheap: a'10 lew bnftre. eprlng
wagont, 4c. N. B TUI8TLE w OOU 4 BUO.
FOR BENT Cnhl'e residence property, . e. cor.
.8 and Holbrook Ave. Fine 2 story brick reel
denceoflO roomi, elejfantly fiolrhed im modura
tyle; barn.ontkoa ee. etc. Larue yaid with fruit
and strawberries. Kent low to a eood tenant.
M. J. UOWLE7, Agent.
FOR RENT The large, coamodlons atora room
and baaement on Levee it., below 8th at., re
cently occupied by N. B. Thlitlewood ft Bro.
M. J. UowLiT, Agmt.
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At the Iront door of the Cjart Ilouse, In Cairo,
IIIi., atP. M.,im
WEDNESDAY the lit DAY of OCTOBER, 168.
I will offer for ale to the hlgheit bidder, the fol
lowing, very denlrable property, vis: Brick hJnie
and lot 34x101) feet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Brewery, block JM. Dwelling house and lota S3,
St and S5, block 80. lith itreet. Dwelling hooie
and lot SI and S3, block 79, Centre itreet. Loti
I and S. block 40, let addition, Poplar itreet; lot
U, block 18, lit addition, near the New Yorkatore;
lot 32, block 80, Uth (itreet,
Thti li verv deilrable propeitr, eltnated In the
builnou centre! of the city, and now that It li cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a great railroad
and commercial city, preienta an opportunity for
Inveitment not likely to occur again.
TKHMS M caih, bal.S and 11 months aecured
with 8 per eent Intereit. or 8 per cent off for caih.
For further information Inquire of
' O. 8. PIDQEON.
V. 3, HOWLEY, Agent.
The Eegnlar Cairo A Paducah Daily
S2U GUS FOWLER
HENRY X. TAYLOR, If alter.
UKOBQK JOBEs, Clerk.
leavei Pdncah for C tiro dally (Uansays eicept.
d) at I a. m .. and Mound City at 1 p. m. Hitsrn
Ing.Uavei Csio atep.m.tMoand City at p. m
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
- - CAIRO, ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds of-
LARGEST VARIETY OF
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larjj;2st Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street I Pu irt Til
nommerclal Avennn r ttlllN 1U
lit. B. IMJTH.
IHBIRT A. SM1T
Grand Central Store.
UAIKO. - - ILL
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
By t full and complete line of
Linwn Goods, Dusters, Kotions, Etc.
A heavy itock of Body Brsnels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
fnll stock of Oil Clathi, all alias and prtsea.
All aoodsi at Bottom Friotwt