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OAIHO & YINCKNNKS It, It. CO.
j I,, tnn.i.l "nce.lngof Htoclholder. ol Cairo
Vlneenne. railroad will 1" held offl" ol
theo.npa.y, in Csiro, Illinois. ; ?.
MddayotAplll, for tlin purpose ei lectin HI
,etors for the ensuing vesr, ml f,r '"J11""1
Notice l hereby gl'n that on Mondsy, It"
tnhdarcr Apul, tTJ, an elecllon vlll be held
l ih Arab engine lioite. In townv.ip ii ennui,
ringe 1 comity of Alexander and Mate ol
Illinois, for lli purpose at ."lectins eric school
t..,.i.. Int :! toanttillt. The llls
ol encd At Mo'ilock Id tlic forenoon, ami close at
o clock In the afternoon of the suae J-
J T. tl"tr, 1
Jo. Wioi, ft
I', W. HlltlAT.J
Dated this 2tlh dsv of March, Is?:. 3.17.td.
CAIRO CITY HOOK 111 N I) till Y
joiin ii. nnr.ni.Y ..
Hullct'm Butldinir. corner of 12lr.
street mul Washington avenue,
ilUlnl. nf timeline and Ilu'lnz doun at 'b
terv lowest reioM. llaunit cnesced tho eern
cos f Mr. Iliiela, who liae hnd rtianv 'ars
experience In one "I tert Mimicries Ol 1. I.nilie
... i.i..inn.i ,..i. i4V.ii.limiiit. run I'nii1
hlenily proml"-our patron, worst equal 10 """
ni ntv Min'lerv in me
rn iiiuioi tvniwi iu 1 not 1 J'"
MIcrlor safe trie (oiioi'instiiest"'..
Addition Mine Clfrof l-?1. 'f ,' . ,
I.01 ; Mock I". ' ''lock 'y
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or terms, ele. apply to JAMK8 JOHNSON,
JUtfVH OIIBIil.V, Editor and I'ublistier.
TaI'IS-DAY MoItNINO, Al'KIL i, 18":
7 V pftaolpiptro' Atuaniltr amtitti o'ld 0 thinly o)
Iwra; tic ontymrtniinjr dnilo in Situhern Illinois;
t if (dc-asmAe jouinnl ," tinnil, but Jcartt$i out
rMrn on nit '' o) Mtrt't to the mVie;
if (i Mi e "'' iieiwrtiKf circulation, thr, JhUt
tin mtmt4 the patrwiage 0 inftMjtnt rtn-Urt and
Triii it Tiir Daily Hii.i.rtiM
.. . ftei:, by carrier 23
ncRrly carrier. In aiJvsii'.c 10 00
it i.uotli b i.inll 76
Tire irnnths U 25
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THE DULLAK WEEKLY IIL'LLETI.V.
1 n 11. Ot'rly Co. naro rnluccd th uli
Tiinpn pri''" oftlie Weekly Cairo IliillPtln to
O'rt Wlnr ptr timJM. iniiklni; it the clieapest pa
PriUWlhn inmhcrn Illinois.
The oiismax 1! over trie country nro
dcclnrinp their intention to follow thu foot-
tPi of Curl Schur., mul to oppose, tlio
re-election of Grant.
The Mktkoi'ol!!- 'iIountHl ' doesn't uc-quie-cc
in the cla'ttn of tlio 'Sun' tlnit it
1 tbo leaJlng republican Jiowjpnper of
Kgrpt. The Journal, which has mii am
bition that w iv itelf, retntmh tho 'Sun' of
its "patent inide brains 'and infornu it
that its ti'piration are roi,"irded ns " Bttiff "
ly tho party in and about Metropolis
Urighten up, neighbor.
The roysEcrtcvT oleotion lun rosiil
tl in a republican victory, not much to
the mrprisc of tho public. Tho republi
can majority i not very large, 1 lit ti
heavy price wa paid for it. "It 1ms
' leen notorious for homo days tnye tho
Miiiouri 'Hepuhlican' that u lnrgo
amount of money ha gono fron tlio New
York rustom-bouso and other federal
' fjutcct chect to Connecticut to influence
1 election, and thoro i no question
tut that money 1 as done its work there."
Siscv. Svji.ek, Schurz and a few otlmr
republicans undertook to expose tomo of
the abuse ,ic.l, appear to fburUh like n
green bay tree under Grant's administra
t inn I . .
iucy coiuo III lor a
in 1 . . .
timre of hard names
from the faithful adherents of Grant,
The .Mif,ouri ' Democrat' elassos Iloraco
Gruclpy with tho Tammany rogues.
Grant s organ in New Orleans says Charles
Sumner bus fallen so low ns to bo beneath
''ither the contempt or pity of his fellow
wen, and Trumbull has been eonlpared to
Ai'I'abu.vtly, the radical editors of this
eongretiloiiul district have dreams of eon
greuiotiul honors mixed up with those of
V. lelinnutnt subscribers and otlior vexa
til ltt i.f aV. .
' , lu" Vui office. The Pulaski
... ur v, man eligible
i to have
the compliment returned.
If the editor of the Massac MourmA
tho nomination, and ti,., M.,si ... "
answers that bethinks himself us welM1"- "Oh. yes, 1 hto that suei.ty."
qualified for congreu as the editor of the
'Sun' is to run a newspaper, and each
uii-su st-iiiieiuuii iiuorms 1110 oilier thut "he
paws for a reply.' Softly, gentlemen.
Your little hands were never made to
scratch each other's ores, and that
6 t tho Way to iet to -jo to comrri
afA Now York fanner laughed wlmn
his prudent wife advised him not to smoke
011 a load of hay. He footed it homo thut
night, with his hair ringed, mo.t of hu
garments a prey to the devouring clt
mcriti", and tho Iron-work of tho wagon In
a potato suck, nnd then hit wife laughed.
C&.A Philadelpblan took advantiigo of
bis wife's having tho amall-pox to send
for bis mother-in-law. Tho result sur
pd bis expectations, and ho had tho
satisfaction of paying her funeral expen
se short tlmo n,.r lur rrlva.
-An eichai.gfl rati, the Grant parly
lb potrriaitr and ievr.u collectors"
Tho 'KortliWcUcrtt Farmer,' iiubllthcd
at lndlnnnpll, fur April, l received
promptly on tune, It la a good number,
bolng well lllmtratcd and contnlnlng n
large number of senfonable nrticlc, tnost
of which are original, and all are well
worth rending. Wo are glad to fooin tho
report of 11 recent meeting of the Mate
biardof nrietilturo of Indiana that tho
'Farmer' ba tho emphatic endorsement of
that locloty, who earnestly recommend It,
ns wo do, to nil farmers.
Tit r. 'American Odd Fellow' for April
Is a superior number. In its varied con
tents wo notice : The MWaltun Maiden;
a startling rxpoa of Lottery and l'olle.v
Gambling; sovoral finely illustrated arti
cles ; Ancient New York; An Odd Fel
low Abroad; Suspension for X. P. 1M
Homo Heading s Sclotitlue, and Curlou
Fact: Ladles' Olio; Odd Fancies; Agri
cultural Departmeni J Laws ol the Order;
interestim: nnd valuable coinmut.iL'ntioiis
and correspondence; Chol:o poetry and
miscellany, etc. Address A. O, F. Asm).
elation, No. HO Nassau street, Njw York-
2.f)0 a years ?1.25 n vol.
Small-pox Instill slightly Increasing In
Now York and llrooklyn.
Tho Ilrit train crossed the new rail
road bridge at Leaven n orth Sunday.
Tho commissioners for delecting n
silo for the new government buildings at
St. Louis have mlvorliscU lor liius.
7'lie l'ucillo mail company's interest
has triumphed In Now York In
electing directors of the Panama Central
Karl Granvllle'e reply on the Ala
:ima qtip.itioli lias arrived at 'Vabiiig-
In St. Louis, Tlicnias Kun-oll, etipur-
intendent of some public works was
struck and instantly killed by Ilnrnuy
Kane, a laborer.
Kuv. J. Stella Martin nnd George L.
Kallin, (both colored) nro delegates from
Massachusetts to tho .colored convention
at Now Orleans. They nro for Grant.
Mi6S Xellio Grant accompanied by
Mrs. Grant, left AVabhlngton Monday-
night fur I'liiladelphia, to join ex-Sucre-tarv
lJorie and family en route for
A still exploded Monday in Stuart's
coal oil works, near Pennsylvania, burn
ing 1603 barreln of oil and a railroad car.
.Loss, 530,000 ; insurance, $20,700.
The committee on commerco reported
in favor of thu confirmation of John 31.
G. Purkor to be surveyor of customs at
Now Orleans, vice General Longstreet,
J. "Y. Preston was ro-eloctcd Presi
dent of the Chicago Board of Trade Monday
and a resolution was adopted, urging the
bill beforo congress for an uir-lino railroad
from Now Y'ork to Chicago.
Tho runner of tho Citizen's Hank Now
Orleans was robbed atCanitl Bank Monday
morning of his monoy book containing SC7-
000. Tho runner placed tho book on tho
counter,ome ono asked him it question, and
while answering It his book was taken and
another substituted. No at rests.
Just after tho train on the East Tcn-
ncsseee, irglnta ana ueorgia railroad
left Chattanooga on Monday a man, agcJ
apparently about 35 years, and rospectably
dressed, toll botweon thecursnnd was killed.
A tii'ketfrom Memphis to New York was
found on his parson, but no papers by
which he could bo identified
KILLING AS A BUSINESS.
IIEIINEMEST IN CUUELTY II0W THEY
muhdek political i,hisonkk'? in
From tho Tall Mall Gaulle.
Amonir tho depositions of the witnesses
called by tho commission of inquiry into
.1 c .1... v t. t ........ ..... ,.r
tho lbth of March, is one which i not
pleasant to read In cold blood. It would
bo quite superfluous to mako any comment
on tho following complnccnt account of
Capt. Garion, stairolllcer of the execution
Milliere was arrested at about 10
o'clock in the morning in a house, which
was, 1 believe, hia own. He made some
resif tatieu to the sergeunt and to tho cor
poral who arrestee; nun ; lie nan 11 red a
revolver, nun HiBmuiigiunniiin iu
men in a state ot j;roai exeitemoni ; tne
crowd was angry and wished to tour
h,m to pieces. Milliure was lirouglit to us ;
wo were ijroaK'n'liiig wnn iiib wnorai 111
thu restaurant of tho Hue do Tournon, bo-
side the Luxembourg. "Vu heard a greut
noise and went out. Some one said to mo,
"It is Mllllere." I took care that the
crowd should not du justice itself. He did
not eo into thu Luxembourg ; ho was
tniii'fd nt the door. I addressed him and
said, " You aro certainly Milliere
" Yes. but vou aro aware Hint I am a
denutv.1' '-TliHt U iotlblo, but 1 think
you have lot your position as a deputy.
Ilesidos. tliero is u deputy among
g ji, ao
Quin'omis, who will recognize you. X
then told Mllllere that tho gutierHl'i or
ilers wcro thil he thould bo shut. lie
said," "whv?" 1 replied,"! only know you
I bv nanii'l I hvn read artleleh til yours
which disgusted mo ; you are n viper upon
which one , treads. " '" ",CH:.V.
innnt,, ,i,,nn..d mn. savlnir with a menllllic
t U ubout 10 cxpoi
Uo hoiom ; you uro
t' extcutLil.1' Thii h aum
itUlirtM U t. l....l.a.Vll. It (b
cruelty. "And all tho cruoltioi com
mitted by y.iu.you reckon them nothing?
At all events, as soon as you say you aro
Mllllere, thero is nothing chu to bo dono."
1 he t'cncrnl had ordred thai h.. in .hut at
- ' i iv 13 II Ull 1 lDI lltl
the Pantheon, kneeling to ak pardon of
" v i"u ill no mill uouu It. lie re
fused to bo shot kneeling. I tald, "Such
are the orders; you will bo shut kneeling,
and no other way ' JIu did a little acting! ho
opened his coai, ahuwing his breast to
the firing party entrusted with thu execu-
iion. i aiu to him. "im aro uct ni? inoi-
odrainu; you wish it tu bu said how you
died. Dm quictlv, that is bettor." "lam
frco in tn v own merest and In tho inter
est of my causo to do i. 1 will'." " So bo
it ; kneel down." Ue then suld to me, "1
will not go on my knees unless you order
two men to joreo mo to uo so. i uau mm
forced to kneel, and tho execution win
proceeded witn. Ho cried out, "Vino
i'huuianitel" Ho was going to cry out
something else when ho fell dead.
miis. o'leaky'h tax.
(From tne Chicago Journal, 3Mh
On SaturJay last, Mr. CatherinoO Lea
ry entered thu City Collector s office for
tho purposo of paying the lax upon the
lot where originated the fire that should
THE CAIRO DIALY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1872
ho spelled with n capltl. F. Tho assess
ment upon the property was $10, but in
consideration of tho distinguished urent-
iiujs inruav upon unicago ov 1110 ninu leg
of the lady's, cow, hnd.miiler tho opera
tions of tho rebato uct, a'deductlon of$l
wn made. Homo rncotious elerk in the
ofllco of the Commissioner of Taxes hnd
Illuminated tho lady s rebate
paper. He drew the cow
with tho crumpled heel that shattered
the lamp. A llfc-liko expression was
fciven to tho heel, which, Mrs. O'Leary
declared, wns Just such another heol us
the pour diind-and-gone cow herself hnd.
Tho lady herself was represented llko iho
mother of Priam, when Troy was burn
ing. SI10 ran barefoot up and down,
threatening f'e flumes, nnd wearing a
blanket In the alarm of fear caught up.
If It hadn't been for Mrs. O'Liary'i dis
tinguished animal the board of rolmtn
would never havo bcon In existence, and
it Is thought they would havo dono noth
ing more than a generous action to havo
rebated tho tax altogether.
ORViL GRANT'S GREAT SCHEME,
A WON1IEIIFUL FINANCIAL AOKNT THE
rilEKlUKNT'H llltOTIIKK IN THE 110 LK OF
AI.AHDIN atpkahance op the mvv-
(Prom the New Yoik bin.)
Among tho iiassongers by tho Cuba on
Monday wni ilr. Orvil Grant, a more or
less distinguished leather merchant of
Chicago, nnd the self-contituted advl'er
of his brother, tho president. Mr. Grant
has been in Kurope on a little business.
Since tho Chicago fire, which knocked
spots out of thu leather business, and since
hi unsuccessful attempt to itodueo Heve
11110 Inspector Jlitsento go into the illegal
distilling business, promising safety
through his influence with his brother,
llrother Orvil has boon easting about fur
fresh fields in which to browse. In
some way he heard, abont two months
ago, that'a syndicate of wealthy capital
ists had been formed in Kurope for
tho purposo of investing money in Ameri
can enterprises, particularly in the Vet.
Still trading on his Intimate relationship
with tlio government, Brother Orvil re
solved to visit Kurope nnd secure tho
American nuoncy of that swuiicaic. Ac
cordingly on tho Otli of February hu
started 011 his mission. Ho has now re
turned, und as he informed a gentlemen
yesterday, has been eminently successful.
ue ims tlio entiro agency tor tlio syndicate,
ami la prepared to loan money In aid of
l.rat-clnss enterprises, railways and others,
to the extent of 40,000,000, or $200,000,000.
Brother Orvil does not say whether tho
enterprises t i bo aided by him will in
cludo such Illicit distilleries as my bo
short of means, or whether a portun of
this 10,000,000 will bo loaned to aid his
brother's great enterprise of re- oleetiun.
Mr. Grant is nt tlio St. Nicholas. He
says he was not ut all sea-sick either on
tho outward or homeward trip. He looked
travel-stained and dusty yesterday, but
was full of Ins stupendous iiiision in the
interests of the European capitalists.
THE LOWERY RAND.
AN UNI'LEAHA-NT MTUATION.
Tho "WilHiinKiori (N. O.) journal of
Sunday mentions the rumors tlial pre
vailed at that date in tho neigliborlioud of
Scuflletown, the lair uf the Lowerys, .con
cerning the fato of tho " Herald "corres
pondent" who went to interview the out
laws. It says that tlie wife of Henry Ber
ry Lowory, tho loader of tho band, was
seen on Saturday at Moss Neck depot,
whero she had como to givo to tho con
ductor of the pasronger train a dispatch
from the correspondent to be sent north
from Wilmington. She states "that tho
correspondent, was at Lowory's cabin near
Moss Neck, on Friday ovuning about six
o'clock, when Thomas Lowory, Siopl.cn
Lowory and Andrew Strong suddenly en
tered it and roughly told him to got up and
gu with them. Hu told them that he was
ready, but first asked permission to send
oil' a dispatch to his paper, which was ac
corded him; when he wrote tlio dis
patch and gavu it to tho Lowory
lomalo, who fulfilled her promise to
deliver it to tho conductor of the tr..iu."
Tho correspondent then accompanied tho
the outlaws into recossei of tho swamps of
Scuflletown. The rumor of tho correspon
dent a death which was, however, gener
ally discredited, was bruited subsequent to
this event. It must be confessed that the
predicament is somewhat soiiuus for this
adventurous correspondent always sup
posing, of course, that thero is in reality u
correspondent in that locality to be thu?
UAKitiET prtr.scoTT srorroitp.
One of tho well-known writers at tho
capital is Harriet Prcscolt Spofford, tho
beautiful author of tho "Amber Gods"
whose sudden and fascinating appearance
startled tho world of loiters sevural years
ago. Harriet Preseott was at that time a
charming maiden yet in her teens. Hinco
Blio has lounil tier " Itoyal" and bocome
an equallv charming matron; while thu
then suJueii reputation lias grown to be
tlio full blown flower that crowns maturer
years. Ono of tho pleasantest little items
connected with this woman is the beauty
of her domestic life. Her marriage may
bo said to bo one of those rare institutions
which make plausiblo claims to a heaven
ly origin, and tho lover-like devotion
which appears always to characterize tho
marital bearing of "Hattio" and " Itoyal'1
is a subjoet of continual and pleasant re
mark on the part of their friends. Spof
ford is as much of a poet as his wifo. Not
in tho literal sense of rhymo-making, Per
haps, but nature made him an idealist;
and together their harmonies combine in
ono of tho sweetest domestic poems mate
rial experiiuce has evor produced, This
winter, as last, Mrs.Spotford is Frank Les
lie's '"siiooial." Tho 1 Aldino' olalines her
also as special contributor, added t which
aro her various miscellaneous writings for
CoOK, COItlJU '., Ak'Im.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
N.is. 7l."i,7l7) 711) A73t Indiana Avenue,
iSfar Fourteenth street),
G H IC AGO.
IIOItART, I) WELLE i: CO., PHOP'RS.
P. rt. Wholesale Tra l only sollcltnl.
I.'.ST OK FACUIKV I'ltlCE :
Fine Cut Chevv.nir. KlnrC.lt Hninhlnv.
il7Chrlnn, A and I' Mnoliuit,
W1, loiiiCh..wiiiK, I'aeiflc emouiiiK,
.. .... .-- ; 'm, .Miantio ninoKHUf,
i ili I n ,Jl'' Krl" l""ok D"
DUN UAH'S WONDKUFUL DIS
COVEHY. U K T II r. N II A
MINERAL SPRING WA.
Ol Wnuknultn, Wlisronaln,
. ikunnleilitcdciire m llrtKhl'a Insetso I'laheves
.) unsv. all allecllona ol Kidnev. IUi. n,i
I 0 par) orvaa., also l.iirr Irnuhles, H, i". Cliatp.
U i.el lust:e orttie United hlulis, restoieil ti.
Iiualth by il use, in ell vveeka,
J W. Mills, general agent inrlhet-lttenl Uli.
aeia. wholesale aud Keiall Supply Depot tut,
Vi abash avenue, Chicago, Illinois. All orters br
mall promptly atlendtd to, Send for elreul tia,
Oin Home Advertisers.
rf("n :j r' ;ri'
FOinVAUDINO and COMMISSION
MR IlC It A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Axema of
Otito River mul Kutinuba
70 Ohio Lkvee,
Our Home Advertisers.
It K Y ii S St s.
'71. FALL WINTER.
C. II AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANa, EXTRa,
LAHGti STOCK OF CARl STINli
If la KsitlreNlock Nosr ClMlng ul
VERY LOW FIGURES.
coknkrSth bt. and UOUUEKCIAL-AY.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
It lire-pure. I to supply nualernm with the bl
(ualliy . I
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
AtUlKKS IWl at Mfilliiltiy Hron. otliof, 70 OHIO
j urivriVs, or ai tn i oni vara ueiow in3t
CtiurIiH llnlfl, Mill ret'fslvv promttt ntiemlna
I UK TUG MU.STAUK mil fu coal aton
rt iii-ftmr- at nv Hour ih-u
Aud Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
97 Ohio Lovcc,
llelweei. Mntli andTealti .Streets,
JOHN UATI, Vroprlrlor.
UHJC-mmercnl Avenue, OAIItO, ILLINOHJ
Hetl brsnd of Califo UCIgaraJust received,
BILLIARD saloon Mrutshed suth Iho b.at ol
if ' ti '"liphed with wines, llquurf
Amusement Advertisements. I
JI 17 R K V Mi
ni wilt exhibit
AT C A 1 R 0,
One Uny Ouly.
Friday, April 12tli, 1872.
Mansj;nv Dirrctoi... ,
Ths dl'tiiiEiilshsd frsturs" of thi ('".monolilsn
are, lliat ii I. lh lnrge.1 Cireu., ha- th rarest
aa'l irm-l etly colki'tlon of LiUng W ild ni.
mals. a id tint tn Mu-eum nnhr'" more llii.
ituu Curloifs Uiau hs tier lK.fii exluliitrd ID
th soulliein states. In til" CmMI. Pepurtieeiit
will he foimi th fiilloning A r 1 1 i -, known ly all
slio riinc pooi.ls .i be the UruMfM KluinDi!
Hla la Ihs. prok-fiOD .
Mrs, Cbnrle Warn,
(Formerly Mrs. Dan Rice,) tlio Queen of
The Champion reinalo Gymnast.
Lit llrll I'loris,
Tho Infant Wonder.
Indrtiiokre L lt,t,
The Champion Equilibrist.
Tho Daring Rider, whoso acts And no im
The Champion Leaper of tho World.
In his Greut Stilt Act.
Ilullt aud Illudra,
In their Champion Brother Acts on the
Harry Clark, 31. Wbltlony, Clinrlea
Npencer, II. Adaina, nick tVealon,
Gymnasts and Tumblers, who have equals
IIntjr Jack Lawton,
The Southern Favorite.
The American Grimaldi.
IN THE MENAGERIE
Willba found the followluu animals i
ZEBUS, CIVETS, HINDOO SACRED
CATTLE, SPRING BOK, HYENAS
GAZELLES, COUGARS, MliXI.
CAN LIONS, PUMAS, LEOP
ARDS, BROWN, BLACK
AND GRAY MONKEYS.
A SNOW WHITE DEER
Tho only one knswn of in tho world.
Al.hO PltOF, rKltUIE UOIlNEV's
TUOl'lOAL KIH1) SHOW
Embracing nenrly all tho Birds of Bril
liant Plumage known to man,
THE MUSEUM DEPARTMENT
Kmbrac'ng human curlosjltlra, moh as Lilllpu
tian Queen, sdinlral Dot, the Circasalan lleautv,
and many oilier raie freak ol nature.
Thi Mammoth Hhw wiP make Its entry In
town en lh iiiorniiig nf Kxhilntlon, with its
Heauii'ul Mounted Chariot, vontainips I'm .
Frank HpiirP- llrass and Ree.l Bind, f .lloaed by
lee Living Wild Animal- In their n and l au.
lltlil Dens, gleaming Willi emerald and gold.
REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE.
TWO fellOWS FOK ONE IMtlCE.
ONE TICKET ADMITS YOU TO 1IOTH.
ADMIhHION . 50c. tlilldren . . !U.
Doors open at 1 and 1 p. m,
HID. F. aTKVEKS, At.
Onr Homo Advertisers.
P. G. Sell uli.
IHIOHN. ASSII. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDEHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13j TENTH STREET,
lltsssra, Naah. Rllnda. Mnuldlnsra,
Kavr (Jnltrrw.tisoosll Window and ltooM
rramesi, t'lssorlnic, l.ailt,
SUIiSKleo, Slhsaed Nssals, lllssard Nlile
l.lshla, lilnssKl Transoms,
Nnali WtilKhla, Naab l'nlra and Corda,
llllnd rnalrnlaga. IIooIIuk
fell, Hoofing Onsent, I'UaterlnK
1'nprr, Cnrpet Fell, tVlillc
I.s-ad, I.IiikshI Oil, American Wladove
Vlnaa, KiikIIhIs nndt'rrncb
Ilal IJIaaa, I'nllj, Ulasler'a Folnla
newer I'lness I'nteul Chlinnera.
Kl Kit., Kit".
AflFNTH lor Hock Itivei l'amr Company's
Uheuihiiur Felt and Quarts Cemont
H. W. Joha'a Improved Hooting always on
l . I IS
HTOVIM. TINWAHK. irTC.
A. II A Lis Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clnthea Wringers To
Ware, Coal Hods, FiltiJhoTeli, Air Gates.
ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
No. 16G Washington-avonuo
Koollne Outtering, nJ " m"",'LUti
St.. Louis Advertisements.
Wet OHM It K A I.YOW, AessU.
MANN & LIHBY'S
Htm est Prlea
421 North Fourth Street,
W. would call tbs attentloa of the Hdlss to our
ALL PRICES, FROM LOW.I'RICEO LK
THE IIEST QUALITY
cf the celebrated iiuaa of
C. J. BONNETT & CO.
These iciodt are ao well Vaiwn as being the
best Milks imp'.rletl, thst we feel II is i.nly aece.
ears to uolify the La ilea t,ii we have l. em oa
al,. rteibteud m.kliij our Kllk Arta.vTHi.
by careful selection ol y li adapt lo ihU
market, and witn riiaoyyeeri oaperiei.es la cub-
First-Class Silk Trade
In tho Kasi, we nw we can oflsr Inducements
i puicuaaer. s tkall oritr
NO HILC TUAT WB
Maospleafcral t Parlleaosjt arikaClly
It 's nn a-nnnmy for a ladv to ij us inf rior
onaipyoi Mlk.e.eaat l; wl e,.we shall Uiere
fitu ua ronlj
THE BEST SILKS
ab mi at
With care in purchasing and selvction of
Selling for Cash Only,
We can save one profit for our customers.
We propose to do this fur the belifit uf
EVBlTIirO SKA IDES
alrlpexl Amerlran llllka,
Black American oror grain,
Black Cashmere Silks,
At all Prices and in all Colors,
Japanese Clolba. Hllk fonllus, lu Dean
BLACK AND WHITE CHECK SILKS
Aud lull ttcslk of
GREY STRIPED SILKS,
Which we assure tho Ladies Is not exceeded in
this country, ns Uiasaoriment of desirable style,
quality of goods and prices.
Weresi.ectliilly Invite Hie Ladies to call and
examine our UooUl aud Prires All will tie treat
ed with counesy Uomlswill be shown freely ",
there will be no mlsiepresentlnx. ONLV ONK
I'RICKwill be asked, and that will be e low at
that of any other hou.e In the country, as we pre.
fer lnrg sale nd small uronts, rathor than small
sales aud lutgo piotlia,
MANN & LIBBY,
421 North Fourth Streot.
w UUB1 uralius,
surk done at ahoitoat nolle.