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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1872,
COAL! COAL! COAL I
1)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CAKHON
Commercial-av., Foot of Kletcnfh .(.
All Coal carefully f Iplinl
Id Ihe ysrlen Fair-
run. vitoiiT vnnsitv,
CcM ii-lir"'rh" !'!'..?
pnrt ol the f l-r. ,l""r 1 J 1
shortest notice in nj
In' hair ion, tou or cm
th, foal of Eleventh 'Iff M. noTlM-ftn.
CAIRO CITY BOOK HIXDKKY
JOHN II. Olir.Itl.Y A CO.,
Bulletin liuitdincr. comer of l'2tb
street nmi Washington avenue,
AH kln-ln of llindina and Hiring done t tb
rrrv lowest nrieea. Hating pngsKed 'he servi
ecu of Mr. Iluel, who lin had ma"' ,'
experience in one of bet lilnderle ofM. L"tn,
tn superintend tnls esinblishnif nt, we can con
fidently promiour patron work- tqinl lo iiii
nf hit Ninderr In ihe west
JOHN II OIIKRLY, EJIlor and Publisher.
tVlDNEMUV MORNING, Al'RIL 3, 1872.
7 oftxial fmptrol Alwmter rosnfy and o r (fi o)
Cruro ; the only mnnnn diiw in Southern llhnwi ;
u mtc-aicake journal: tmnll, but Icarten; nut
ijmken on all mbjectt o) intcreit to the ;uWie ;
mA a tarpe aiul increasing circulation, the IluUe'
tin tnUcit the fmt ronag ot intelligent rcnt'i$ mid
enterpruing tuiincti vim.
TriiM or tin H111.T IU'Ustiw
D..f week, by carrier, -Mi
Unevearhy carrier, In ad rnnuc 10 ml
nt -1.110111 by mall, .. 74
Th.-r months J2 25
b months i ;s
.11 ve-ir in
THE HOLLAR WEEKLY 11ULLV.T1K.
John II. Oberly A Co. have reduced Ihe sub
scription price f tb" Weekly Cairo llulletln lo
One PoUarpernnnum. maklug it the clicapct a
pprpnbllliprt inKoiiitipm lllmoin.
Thom aj S. Kidoeway, of Slmwncctown,
lins notified his friends ttmt he will occcpt
the republican nomination for t-tnto Iron!
urcr if it it tendered him.
Wn have received tlio second i.so of
the Decatur ' Tribune, ' n journal which
has lust tnndo its debut in Decntur. Tlio
'Tribune' U an eight column weekly,
Tut "r;umiiU dtntv otvio CWckro
'Post' npologi7.c for a etittoment which ap
peared in the 'Post' pometimo ago, mado
by an "irreiponsIMo" editor, to the cirect
that tlio Kcv. Scuart Kobincon, of Louis
ville, Ky., had during tho war approved
of the sending of small-pox infected cloth
ing into tho north. Thii l'ov. IMr. Itobin-
son has instituted a suit for libel gaainst
the 'Post,' but the newspaper in question
says that fact has nothing to do with iU
IVe UAVKREcnir'Ei) llio circular of tlio
"reunion and reform organization" of
Cincinnati, inviting membors of all par
ties to Httcnd tlio convention of the above
named organization at Cincinnati on tho
firt of May. . Tho convention, if we
understand tlio circular, will act in accord,
or form part of the convention of the liberal
republicans at Cincinnati on thoHamo day
but the call is mado to "all votee., whether
of democratic, republican, or other party
antecedents, because it lias been thought
that by the terms of the call of tlio liberal
republicans, only republicans wore
Grant's expojisos last your are said to
foot up forty-six thousand dollars. His
income from all source was thirty-two
thousand dollars, and a radical newspupnr
says lie was compelled to dispose of prl
vato property to make up tho deficiency
The annual amount which Gen. Giant ex
pend for hi family is a matter with
which tho nubile ha no right to Intcrfero
an more than they havo with that of
any private citizen. Hut a radical Jour
nal makes It a bubject of comment and
bhows that be expend! fourteen thousand
dollars moro than hit Worn... ono of the
great merits of Grant admlnlitruUon.it is
claimed by his party, it his successful man-
ugemcrit of the public finances, and the
largo amount of the public dobt he has
...t.i 1 1 .1 I,
,..u. nu miouiu apply r l,tll 0f
his public policy to hU private finances
tailing otninu or fourteon thousand
illlu-. : ... i . .
in uh, j tar hiiow end manege-
B-A lad arrested for theft, whon
taken before the magistral, and asked
what his occupation w, frankly an
wored, ''stealing." ..Your can(or Mq
Uhe me," laid the Judge. "I thought it
would," replied the buy, .,.cng llow
many big ones there are in the same bus
inei at Is ashamed lo own It
mguTlio San Francisco 'New. Letur
critically say "If poetry was potatoc.
Joqualn Miller would own a patch. JJret
Harte would be peeling thorn for tho pot,
and John Hay would Lo pelting at the
Wa.MSm Annie Edwards, residing noar
Clinton, Anderion county, East Tonnes
ce, it lying at the p0in. of ,lfclllh from t,Jfl
effect ol a small scratch on her hand by
THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION.
IMPORTANT CIRCULAR OF THK
nr.uxio.i and nitFORM two com-
TIONR TRANSPORTATION AND ACCOM
MODATIONS DECLARATION !' I'lUNCI
l'LKS. C.sclAti HiutQ'as " "rlc,;.t rf"n a
Of the Ltbeisl ItrpHblfr-n., .ind "the I
Reunion and h'eforrn urgftnittllort, to b.
held In ClIlllOIKll. May I, i "! J
At h recent meeting of the organization
for JtoUnlHIl fl'l" nuivii", vi viuiwiimuii, Ik
"VmoIvciI. That wo Invito nil voters.
a'liptlior of democratic, republican, or
oilier nurtv antecedents, who aro willini:
to unliti with us in favor of sintiiliilnir tho
Constitution as It l, of civil service reform,
a tariff for revenuu otilv. ofirunural am
nesty for all past political ollutises, and a
local self-government, to meet with u In
National Convention, at Cincinnati, Ohio,
on tlio 1st day of May next, to decldo on
the best plnn ol action to secure me anove
named objects, and the promotion of the
This Convention 1ms been called for tho
stofMav. becaiuo it ha been lhoui;hl
that by the terms of the callofthu Con
vention ot Liberal Jtepuuiicans, oniy m
publicans were invited. While tlio grtat
(ihiiu'U lo DC auameu 01 uoiu me nuuiiion
ami Kelorm urgammion, aim mat in mo
... . . . . . . .... . i
Liberal llemiblicans. aro similar, vet one
of tho chief and especial aims of tho
orcanlzatlon for reunion and reform is to
tinlta memuers oi nu iiariie. anu irum nu
section of tlio country, in tlio support ol
those principles so vital to the weltare of
Tlio purposo of this circular is to set tho
above laets clearly beforo tlio.o whodosire
to come to tlio convention, anu u iniorm
tlicm Unit n committee ol arranuemculs,
with nuthority to net for both conventions
bus been unpointed, whoso duty it is.
HinoiiL' other lliincs, to facilltato the trans
portation of those coming to the conven
tion, and to iis.'ist them to llnd accomoila
tlons, which aro in every way ample,
It may be stated that arrangement have
already been made with some of the rail
roads, and probably will bo by all, by which
pcrtons paying full fare to tho convention
will receive through the committeo of
arrangements free pnsago to their home.
Any information concerning these con
vention! will be promptly givon by
addre'sing tho couimittoo of arrange
ments. Ur.o. Ward Nichols, Chairman.
Secretaries J. P. l'ollett, K. II. Klein-
schmidt, IS. Siorer, Jr., Milton ijayler.
The scheme of tho reunion and reform
organization of Cincinnati is subjoined for
the information of thoso concerned.
The following declaration of principle.
Ik signed hv several norsons. tirominent
citizens, republicans and democrats, and a
plan ot organization was adopted. We
cnrncsUy urgn tlioso who agrco with us, In
the general principles exprocd, to form
similar organizations in other localities,
for the purposo of co-opsrntion with us,
in this and other states, in obtaining tho
general objects expressed :
We, the undersigned, disregarding
former political auiliatlons, and laylnc
aside nil mere partisan prejudice.', and
believing tho condition of tho country
demand such a course, do hereby pledge
oursolvcs, each to the other, to unite in an
earnest and persevering etl'ort to promul
gate and disseminate throughout tho
wholo country tho following principles.
which wo deem vital to the cxistoncu of
this government as u freo and independent
republic, and under audi n namo as a
majority may hereafter adopt, when a per
manent organization has beon effected.
1. Tho only legitimate purpose of a tar
iff W to provlJo necessary revenue.
2. The support of tho constitution as
amended and the protection of tlio rli!its
of overy citizen under it.
3. Universal umnastv. and tho restora
tion of fratoinal feelings Mid relatione
among the pcoplo of tho ditl'urcnl BUtcs.
4. A steuuy return to gold Hml sllvor as
tho only sound and uit'o bail of cur
rencies. 0. Opposition to tho prcsont eaueui
tyttcm In legislative bodies as corrupting,
dungerous, and at variation with tlio
spirit of cur institutions.
C. Tho inviolatu maintenauco of tlio
7. Tlio abolition of the demoralizing
"spoils system" by a thorough reform ol
the civil service.
S. Opposition to all secret nolitlc.il
societies, and to violence and lawlessness,
wnenovcr or by whomsoever commuted.
0. And that us our country progresses
the General Government shall tnoro and
more, witciu the limit of tho Constitu
tion, be confined to tliu . which U general
nod common to tho wholo people; and to
each slate should belong tho care and
eupurvision of all that u fuirlv rencrvud
Prosldont William R. Caldwell.
Vice Presidents Rufus King, J. IJ.Slal
lo and Goorgo Hoadly.
Secretary U, Storer, jr.
Treasurer Joseph 0. Hutlcr.
Finance Committee Julius Dexter, E.
II. Kloinschmidt, U. F. Uranium, Wm.
Loder, S. P. Thomas, L. M. Simon.
Corresponding Secretaries and Execu
tive Committee K. W. Kittredge,
Nicholas Longworth, A. P. Ward, Alfred
Yaple, Joseph A. Hemann, fjtanloT
Matthews, George Ward Nichols, J. F.
Follett, Sam'l C. Humes, M. W. Oliver,
I. 0. Collins, Win. E- Jones, E. S. Throop,
Wm. M. Rumsuy, F. J. .Mayor, G. .Saal,
Robert Christy, Milton Savler, Gustavo
Ttifel, John 0. Olden, Patrick Mullen.
DEAD IN HOLY WEEK.
RKVKIIK.sri MOTHER MARV ROSE AU
THREAUl", kl'l'ERIOR VICAR OK THE OR
DER OK THE (ACRED HEART.
From the Chicigo Journal,)
Reverend Mother Marv Rose Gnu.
thrcaux, Superior Vicar of tho Ordur of
the Smcred Heart, died at her residence,
in tho convent on the comor of Taylor
and Throop stroet, this morning, at twen
ty minute after ono o'clock. Mother
tiathrcaux was born In New Orleans on
the 10th ol October, 1825, and entered the
novuiutoof tho Sacrod Heart at St. Mich
ael , Louulann, whon fifteen years of age.
After receiving the black veil, sho was
transferred as a teacher to Grando Con
teau, thence to St. Jacques', in Ontario,
and afterward successively to Eden Hall
and Manhattanvllla, Nuw York, and Do
iron, Michigan. Sho wak appointed Mi-
general ol tho largo utid tluu rls Iilnir
seminary In tho latter city, and after on
urging its facilities alio went to St. Loul
in a similar rank, and by her accomplish,
menu as a teacher and delicacy of govern
ment elevated the standard and
the influence of tliu Sacred Heart school.
in mat aiaio.
In 18C& fhe whs tnudo nmerlnr .
Chicago, and lound hero a struggling
Institution, containing few pupils and bur
dentd with debt. So eminent win in,
succest that threo year later the vicarship
of thn entire western province, including
.i uib nouses oi inn ordor in Illinois
Missouri and Kansas, was placed in hor
nanus i1(J dmw 0f ,i.i.
until wKiirt wll"arked ab'ility.
neluded ' ort"n''1 d'Tacter
included that rate combination of
womanly gentleness and execul". ulent
Sho conducted business affairs of J?..i
weight will, ease and foresight, and the
comparison of the prosperity of the prov.
inco at her death leaves It with tho condi.
tion in which it wat tilaced in hor chargn
Is tho proof of her administrative ability'.
The great beauty of her character was'
known chiefly lo thoo over whom sho
exercised, with the simplicity of a child
and the unclmnglng tenderness of a
mother, an authority In ttsolf despotic.
Tho relation between a rollgleuso of tho
Sacred Heart and hor Superior are nt onco
ab4oluto In letter and o delicato in uplrit
that only tho highest personal merit, tho
oundot judgement, tho most unselfish
affection and unswerving courtesy on tho
part of u superior, can successfully main
tain tho subtle discipline essential to gen
eral ordor nnd individual lmpplip.
That Mother OaUthrcailx inicccedcd In
this, the sorrow felt by every member of
her province, and tho sense of calamity
which her death carries to each of their
houses, sufficiently attest. To the pupil
in tlioChieiiro house sho win cxeecdini'lv
doroted, and tho smaller tho children tlio
greater the delight of Mother (Jnulhreaux
n contributing personally to tnoir happi
ness. In her daily lire "no simplest duly
was forgot, ' and of her It muv be sincere
ly said, in tho word of Lowell' " Lore " :
11 Rim loeth litlln klhilnetp
Which most Iravr unlono or ilfplse ,
YoT naushl that sU one he irt at enr,
t'r (tlfth hnpplnps oriienep.
Wm low e.tecmp'l In hi-rcTen,"
She was dearly loved by all with whom
the was associated, and hnr death will bo
profoundly mourned wlierovcrslioha been
MRS OF THE KEVOLUTION.
The 'Atlantic Monthly,' for April has a
very interesting article from tho pen ot
James Parluti, lull of historic incident of
tlie public days of 1 homns Jefferson
Jefferson and his brother-in-law. Dabney
Carr, wero prominent in tho action taken
by tlio Virginia llouso of Uurgesses, to
unite the colonial legislatures in otiposi
lion to tlio encroachment' of tlio mother
country. Tlio following tiariigraph. re
idling to what followed upon this gather
ing, will interest tho reader
The session being ended, Jefferson and
Carr tesumeil their professional duties.
If they rodo homeward together, as is
probable, Jefferson was obliged to return
soon to the April term ol tho general
court at Minamsburg; and Ids brother
in-law had cause to plead in the country
court at ChurlottHvillc, tho village that lay
within sight tf Moticollo. D.ibncy Carr,
then eight years married, had, a I have
said, hie little house full of little children
The sixth was born about the time of
coming homo from hl llrst.sossion, flushed
with the triumph of hi maiden speech.
Ho was compelled to leave home again
before his wil'o was well enouuh Pj sit up.
Hor spirits Hank with the thought of hii
leaving her, and she wa.s oppressed with
tho forebodings of evil. Ho took his loavc
of hor and mounted hi horso for his jour
noy to Charlottesville. When she heard
his horse's steps upon tho road under her
window, sho ralsod herself feebly in bed
to eaten a iook at uim, nut she could only
get high enough to seo his hat, a it
swayed to tho motion of tlio horse. Soon
nftor reaching Charlottesville he was
seized with a malignant typo of typhoid
fever, tho cour.o of which wns bo rapid
that ho could not bo moved oven so far
as Monticollo, and he died beforo Jefferson
heard that ho was in danger
tho now of tho desolating etrcke enmo
near depriving nu children ol a mot lie
She lost tier rcixon for a time, durin
which sho could only seo tho moving phan
torn oi a hat, as sno nau seen her husband
when no passed iter winnow, when rca
ton returned, and for tnmo weeks after,
ctill that maddening hat would not vani
from her sight. It was long before she
could bond her mind to the new Uutie
which the event devolved upon her,
In this sudden desolation of her young
lite, tier Drotner was literally u lower oi
rofugo to hor ; for ho took her, and all her
helpless lirood, home to Monticollo: whic
thenceforth beenmo their home, as ho the!
fathor. Ho reared and educated all those
six children three son and three ditugh- j
tcrs with the same care, tenderness and
liberality as hi own. Ho nurtured their
tntancy, ho directed thir studies; ho
guided their entrance Into active litu; two
of the son pursuing with distinguished
success his own profession. Nor did lie
over, durinc the long series of years when
he had offices to give awav, quarter one of
mem, or one ot their children, upon the
fmblic. When ho reached homo ho found
ii friend had been buried at Shndowull.
Mitdful of tlio romantic ngreement o'
their youth, that, whichever died first,
should bury tho other under the giant oak
of Monticollo, beneath which they had
read and talked during long summer days,
ho cause J tho remains to bo removed and
inusod over an Inscription proper for tlio
tombstone He wroto one, which recorded
tlio usual brief outllno of a human lifo,
and ended it with these word : "To his
virtue, good sonso, learning and friend
hip this stono is dedicated by Thomaa
Jefferson, who, of all mon living, loved
him most "
Our Home Advertisers.
II A L LID AY BROTHERS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
.ttr.IK.-ll A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
ohl Hlver mill Kitiiinilia
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
Our Homo Advertisers.
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD 1 1
I WOOD I !
Tho nndpranxnert will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As t'ltrnp, It not Cheaper
ban any wood rtralor In Cairo. I.pave orilT
d inn ainten at thn roatotliop an I nt luns toil
Ard, on Cumniprolnt ATpnnp. Iipfwppn Tf.nlli nnil
Inrlflll Htertr, Cairo, lllinnlt. 1 ulto cooil
mpanure and will pnnl th wood iin If dpirrl.
aimii'-ti iikmnih iiai.i.v.
ST. CI1AHLKS HOTEL,
F. 1). KEXFOUD Proprleto
roaitt onto limb and atcoxn sr.,
Jne Onhj Firtt-ChtM Jfoitte in the City
ntr Ilagisngo eonreyed lo
' Irepei iritf.
nd from lh Drpo
tildur, U,sli i.stcrer, Vnrnislier and
Fancy Paper Hanger, Mattress
Making nnd Repairing.
Shop wn Commcrrliil nventic In the
AH work entnislPd
to hi ciue will receive
prompt atlf nlimi.
uriiiT- are. pincnc'i.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKK,
llelwepn Washington atpuiip and I'cpltr street
V II I L. S A U P,
tSuetpnr to I. Fatip.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FI UK WORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC..
ID'J t'ommerclnt Avenue, between
Sixth mill Nrvenlh HlreHi,
S A M W IL80N,
niuil i N
nunrun rnoMrti.T rriurn
jas i rri:ns.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
fisa Kitler'a and l'lumir'a mntenal, Woo
puiiipa, kIIi and anic.i. vnlv., mop
ALSO ADtNT TOa
I'ult IlrollierM 1'ntent Irj- Una Meier
And Jlnrrliaiiae, Wells A Co'h Automatic WatP)
iniiicniuraiiu supply Vane lor strain boilers
WINTER S 1ILOCK. COMM r.RCIA L-AVKVU
I. C. It. It.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
bT. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caqo, New York, Roston,
hur.ger trains arrua at and leata Cairo as (ol-
Aaaivr 3H3a.m 1:00 n.m
in taut 4itl0a.m i;i.i m,
llolh trains conocet at Centraliawiih train on th
I'ann. Decatur, nionmlnKtcn, HI Pao, I.afcalii
Mendota, Kreeport, (lulnnu, lubuiiip, and
all poiuia in J llinolx, Mmrouri,
Mluupsota, A'ikoonslii and
Iowa. And with
I.Iiips runnlnK Kat and Wpt lor
Si. I.ouim, HprniKheld l.oiuarilp,
Ci i j e i 1 1 1 ii t i , Indlauiipolls, C'olumlius.
Ami nt ChienRO with Michigan Central, 3liuhlsa
boutliprn, and I'lttslmri!, Fort Wayne
ami C'Iiipnko Itaihoads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Altiany, llmton, Philadelphia,
.NliiKni I-aIIs, Krle, Ilullalo,
New fork, 1'ittsliiirp, llaltlni'irp,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and sftor Monday, April 21th, H71, trains
luu an luiiuna t
TRAINS OOINO BOrTUIAST.
lu ;ii p.m.
.nave Virginia l:laa.m
" HnriiiKtlidd au "
" 'laylurvllle lo.w '
Arrive at I
na 11:40 m
... 6;17 "
TUAIKs UOIKU aOUTIIWKAT.
Leave 1'arn t.uoa.m
" Tailorvilln 1:4
Arrivo at clprlnj!ilcld,..iiil5 "
Lpavu .iiisiiiullc ld l,:-i
Ar.ivoat Virginia 8:'JS
TIUINN HOINU hiuiTllv.ur
Leave Kdgfwood 6:30 u.in ,
... 6:16 p.m
1 1 "i i. ..,,,,,
Arrive at bhaneetona:S.1p m
TBA1I.N riAIMH Iflntii. rv
Leave fihawneetoan SMS a.m t.Wn.tv
" 1 lorj "sx ii .,..'.!"
Arrive at KilKHWond 4:S0 " .V.".'.' V-ao
Th6:ai a.m. irala Irum Edijewood.Viins only
Mondava. Wki nesi avsHn.l Krului. . .
train from Hlmaneetonn ou Tuesday a, Thu'roi
dsys ami baturdaya. ' '
inecis at asr and with Jacksonville division
ol (.hiyaso and Alton Iltllrosd. fur Jacksonville,
IVIershuru, Mason City, n nd all nulnta est. '
TiVui.J vv. '"i l"'l;'tK0 and Alton, and
iiionm"'- .NUbA" ' R"J Weslern Itallroad, lr
SpS :,nrlnn' 'leAR,and all points norlli.norlh.
LViit a?V,,l,h ,,n,11' Hn' Hl ,'0,llH anJ "llnol
Milthai,I5allro"'1 'r " ,01Dt" Ca"' 0,U,, ut"1
Cemral'n';u?Sl(Wl"1 ChlC"E Dl'i,l0n ,lllno1'
Alfe;iriL'V,hlS,,?1',J MI"PP R'lroad.
nan, au";'1!;owl'H;fu1!C'1,' '
Joan Fonitt ,f)u!;ANDHMITIl, Oen'ISun't.
B" row,TT'u"i'll:V(t and Ticket Ak'i.'
Our Homo Advertisers.
I It V U O O l N.
'71. FALL" WINTER.
C. 11 AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEAKH, EXTRA,
LA HUE STOCK OF CAIUy.TINO
01 LT HANDS,
Ilia lln tire Stork Xow Cloalna; Oul
VERT LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU ST. AND COStUERflAI.-AV.,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
t'nrmor'a Yartl nnl hlnbllnc
Cor. Washington-av. and Twcntieth-Kt
CO A I..
CAIRO CITY COAL
praparrd to tnpplr Ptistnmar
Ith the bl
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
"VRDKIIS Jrlt at Hallldny Ilros. orliep, 7n OHIO
j nr.ir.r,, or hi tn i.oai laru nplow the bt
Charles Hntel, will receive prompt atlpntlon
THK TUG " MONTAI'K " will tiring eoal alo
Hie steamers at anv hour
Ami Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
VINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth and Tenth btreett,
JOIIM UATEM, I'roiirietor.
100 Ommercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL1NOIUJ
Bel brand of Calife. UCUaraJust received,
BII.MARIl saloon furnished with th IhhI o
. i ii'li,??!4 b.'r '"P""J "Ith "lues, li'iuon
m I cigars of the llnest brands.
AKD DIALER IN
Eighth Street, Uctwken Wasiiinuton
and Commercial avenulh,
AIoIiiIiiK IllMcnlioiiHC A- Hniiuy'M.
nfrnV ll!e,"'t .f n"f ''ork Mutton, Veal,
A ,m,."KH' ,.c" ? ereiwred to serve
cilltcus In the most acceptable i aimer.
filitclier ncU Denier In all UliuU Freah
Corner Nimtirntr am TorLAa Strict,
UYH and alanulilera only the very best eatlle,
ioki and sheep, and la prepared lo III any
leinaed for fresh wean from cm pound to ten
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G. ScTndi.
'llnHS 'D VI
IIOOKN. -ANSI. KTCi
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDEKS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TKKTH STRICT,
Doom, Hants, Blind. Moulding,
KnveUattera, (noo!) Window nnd llooA
Frnraea, Floorlns;, ltb,
MilnKlea, Ulnaed Kaah, Ulaaed Hide
I.lshla, (Jlnsed Transoms,
Naah Welichta, Nanli Pullle and Conla,
Illlnd raalenlatra. RoorJna;
Felt. ItooHnsr Cement, Plaaiterltts
Paper, 4'arpet Felt, White
Lead, Mimed Oil, Amerlean Window
Ulaaa, Kngllnu andFrrncta
Plate Ulnaa, Putly, Ulnzler's Polntw
Newer Ploeai Patent t'hlnmeva.
i:e., tic.. Ktr.
AOE.NT3 for Hock Rivet Taper Company'.
Kheathlng Kelt nnd Ouarts Cemont.
II. w, Joha'a improved Itoonng alwayi a
NTOVKH. TIM WAKE, ETC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin RU.I Hollow Ware, Clothes Wrinijera Toil
Ware, Coal Hods, rlrtbhovela, Air dates.
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenuo,
WRooflng. OulteriiT nd.:II '' U
work dona at hoitait nolle. WBiaw
St. Louis Advertisements.
Wet'OKWICK A LYON, AtU.
MANN & LIBBY'S v
NN Osia Prlc
421 North Fourth Street,
We would call the attention of the Ladlei to our
AT ALL PRICE"., 1ROU LOW-PRICED ti t
THE BUST QUALITY
of Ihe erlfbrated iitak of
C. J. BONNETT & CO.
i ThM?,1. "0d' ,r. ? 'll known m being tin
best bilks imported, that vie feel 11 it only neee.
eary to notify the Ladles i,n we have ti em oa
ale. Wr Intend inaklnx our Milk Atirictivi,
!'.reful vWiibn of goods adapted to till,
market, and witn manyye.ra eiperieuca in coo
First-Class Silk Trade
In the Kat, we Knur w can ot!r Indiieementa
to purchaseit. iVe ttiall otter
NO BILK THAT wr.
Katoplea heal to Parties rtticCllr
It is not economy fur a ldr to my an inf irlor
niulily ol Milk, eten at any pre r, we shall there
fore ollrr only
THE REST SILKS
ARD HklL AT
With care in purchasini.' and selection of
Selling for Cash Onlv
"Vo can ave one profit for our cuttomert.
We propose to do tin for the benefit of
. atrlped Anierleaia Nllka,
Black Amkrican oro. orai.v,
Black Cahhmkre Silks,
At nil Prices and in all Colora.
Japanese Cloth. Silk poplin, la Beau
BLACK AND WHITE CHECK SILKS
And full slock of
GREY STRIPED SILKS,
Which we assure thn Ladles not exceeded m
this country, as to assortment of desirable styles,
quality of Koods ami prieea,
Wh reanectrully invite Ihe Ladies lo call and
examine our floods mid Priees. All will be treat
ed with eouneay Uondt will be shown freely i
there will bo no misrepresenting. ONLY ONK
I'HICE will be asked, and that will boas low ns
that of any other house in the country. we pro
fer large sales and small prollls, rather than small
salea nnd lurge piotita,
MANN k LIIJBY,
421 North Fourth Streot,