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THE CAIRO DIALY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL o, 1872
OAIUO A V1NCKNNKS It, It. CO.
1'lie annual meeting of StorU.oldeM ot Cairn
Vlncennes railroad will l " "'
theoainpaiy, in Cnro, Illinois, on Tee. V. '
a.1.1 day ol Aptit. tor the purpose of lr',!"';,lll,r
rector f.ir the ensuing tear, and f.r "V
Nolle I- lirW nl.ro iht on llonij.r. ,tli
th day of Jti.nl. .."" 'leo.lonwll bo held
al ihr .rt eni ho-. lo town'..lp t roiilh,
nogo ,,(, roimty of Alexindrr ud Mate ol
Illinois, tot Ihr ptirpo.e of eteeting. one school
Trustee for biwnshlp. The polls will he
oienedat Oo'ilnrk In lh fnrei.nun, nnl elnae t
o'clock Inlhe afternoon of Ihr same il.i) .
.bo. Woon, J-Ndiool Trustees.
I'. W. Itctr J
t aled this 2Mli iUt of March. a-g7-tl.
rAiuo crrr hook ihndhry
JOHN II. niF.ltl.Y A CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
btrect aud Washington avenue,
All kin In of limiting nnd Kinlng ilono at 'hi
very lowest n'l"e, ILning eniMged Ihr servi
ces nl Mr. lleels, who lm hud muiiy yais
experience! In one ot bet Mlndcries of el. Lnin,
i.i superintend tills pamlilmliinf tit, r can eon.
fi lcully promts our patron worK nm to Hint
01 aiv llinoerv in me wesi
Top Illinois Central Kail Hot I Conii ny now
iMlerbir sale tho lollowing described lm In rirs
Addition to the City ol Cairo, ii t
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 11 block W,
H in, " 117 " A
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orlerni.,ete. Apply '.o JAMKS.IOIINOV,
III A'.'-.' .
JOHN H OHKIU.Y, Editor and Pitblisiier.
TaUKMiaY Mornino, Al'lllt, 4, 1872
Tlii vfflfint iyier o Alexotfler nmtitii old of thrrityv)
KAuro; inc viuyrttominp aunt in winern jiinon,-
II iciue.nirMAry.FM, tmfiu u"i rrtifrj,, urn'
ijMAffi on oU fubjtct uf itrret lo the jwWir;
vitkn large Wfttiiereninrr arnUtitint, tht Jitilte
tin jwhnh tin fKitrorwje ot iiitrftigcnt rtwUt't unit
enterpivtng uu'iHtm nirri.
liux oi tiir. Daily IIillktim
i ue'li, by cainrr i!
UneycKrliy o.ttli'r.iimdvunec tu uo
i.untti by Mill "A
Tli.-i'i iruntli", 12 2A
5 mnnlln, 4 '.'J
i vrnr - 8
TUB DOLLAK WKK.KLY 11ULI.KTI.V.
John II. Ohrrlr Co. nntn rpiliicril Ihr ml
iTli'tion irn- of thr Wrrkly Cilro lllillftlii lo
wn If-star per unrum, inHKIiiir il tiui cheupcbt
priiiilillhrn in boiiihcrn IIIiiioIk.
AVomkn nro very scarce in "Wyoming
Territory, tlirre Jieiim in lomo k-o! ionsi
tivo mon to one women. Why don't tho
W.oodhiill., Livcrinores, Anthonys nnil
tho reft of the li-nti'f!i'rt htnod rml(;rste
Tiir. nuUoiiiil convention ot colored
people, fliortly to iiffemWo in this oily,"
tnys the cvv Orleain 'Time,' "ii Httrnct
ing, it i kkIiI, uniijinil nttenlioii from the
lending politicians of tho rndienl pnrty.
Mr. Sumner will hiivo omo friend in
attendiince to wnteli it proceed I ngj, mid
the ririintitc thinU it I highly importnnt
thiit it Miould endoriio the iidininl'tintiiiti
of tho great gift-receiver."
Sometimk since Gen. Ilownrcl, of
frccdinuii' hurcHU notoriety wns tvnl to
tho fronlicrto iind out" tho prccifo tompor
of the Apiiche tnwitrd tho government."
Mcnnwliilo by order of tho government,
tho soldier uro idle in the defense of tho
white settlers nnd the Indiiins nro plun
dering mid murdering in nil directions.
The temper of tho Indian? of Arizona to
ward the peoplo of that soctlon, is ap
parently, desire to exturmliu-.to them m
speedily as possibly, and the national au
thorities nro atlbrdlng every facility for
the carrying out by tho Indians, of their
The Nkw Yoiik 'World,' which some
time ago, was classed among the strongest
advocates of the "passive policy," reads
thr liberal republicans it lesson for their
neglect to tnke advantage of thu oppor
tunity offered by tho Connecticut election
to make a good light and show their real
strength in that state, which, in tho reMilt
of a victory, could net have fulled to have
had a telling efl'ect on tho political com
plexion of affair nil over thu country. The
World says -. "The democratic party will
' waste no more breath on tho liberal repub
ilcun leaden, but will hereafter appeal
' directly lo the p
.. - .
yw appeals ill hcreafinr be mur)P J
to tho hone.t mhs of voters; and with a !
liberal platform and wuno such man
Charles Franct Adams or .lodge David laboring poor, but to corporations madu
' IJrtvis at tho candidate, we can probablv ' "i1 wt'"hy men.
get as mativ republican votes us hi w ; An Illinois eiUcr thin speaks .salens
r.otild have doio through a Cincinnati I tlcally of the inarriiiue f a professional
alliance." ! brother in Indiana: -llu .t,.,,,, ,,
At -nil: uiunlclpU election in Clnein.
all on Tuesday, the whole democratic tick
et wn cltcteu by an average majority ol
two thousand. The republican papers
claim'that tho result cannot ho n-L-imird
as a oartv victory bv tho ilmnnem. n,
raulcal. having made unfortuiiM,, noinin -
atIon,and tho peoplo being di..ati,iTed
with tho general iniimanagement of city
affairfi. The 'Garotte the lending radical
paper suvs; "On tho abstract question of
. in i , . j ,,
'republican Urn as aga nit democracy, th s
'clly would yolo every time against the
deinocraey, but tho iniquities of the Jocnl
'govoriinentoftho party wlro.jmleremiHt
'not expect to trade upon tho strdt:tfth of
Mho republican party.' The municipal j
, , ' , it , ,
government of Cincinnati wni too nearly
repotitlonon a smaller scale, of the tin.
llonal government at Washington, find has
met with tho only effectual rohuko which
could he adinlnlstcro' that of being
routed, "hore, foot nnd dragoon."
SAMl'KI. Fl.SI.KY HltKF.HK MollCK dlid
In the city of Now York nt seventeen
minute lioforo eight o'clock on tho even
ing of the second Instant. Vrnf. -Morse
wn born nt Chnrleton, MassachuottH,
April '!", 1701, and was at tho time of his
dvalh, in hi eighty-fourth year. Hu
graduated nt Valo collego In 1810, nfter
which he went to England where ho stud
ied painting with Washington Allston
and llcnjaniln West. In 1813, ho reeeivid
the gold medal of tho Adolpht Society ol
Art for hU first effort In sculpture, "tho
Dying Hercules. He returned to New
York lu 18l5nnd was elected llrst president
of tho Katlonal Academy of Design, and
wa appointed profvss.ir of the nrts uf deilgn
in the university of the city of Now York.
He did not give his cntlru attention to art,
hut was iutercued In chemistry and especi
ally in electrical and galvanic experi
ments; nnd on n voyage from Havre to
Now York in 1832, he conceived tho idea
of tho magnetic telegraph, the perfection
of which mndelhim ccli'hrated while living
and will earryjlus nnmedown to after gen
eration. I'rnf. Jlore had ecanty moans
with which todovulope hi Idea, and was al
most in do'palr when congress, In 1S43,
nt midnight, mid In the last moments of
tho tcMicn appropriated thirty thousand
dollnis for tho erection of an experimental
line between Washington and Haltimoro.
This was tho beginning of that system of
telegraphy which Is now in uso all over
our coin, try nnd Kuropn, nnd In parts of
Asin nnd Africa. Sucees showered upon
I'rnf. Morso wealth, honor, and world
wide distinction. Ho was at one time
tho recipient uf four hundred thousand
franc, the joint gift of evornl Kuropean
staton; and a -tattle nf him was erected in
New York city a yrnr before Ills death.
HINTS OF FASHION,
Linen suits nro principally cut with n
skirt and polonaise, tho latter generally
All the new over-pkirts aro made
long very long at tho back, but draped
high at the sides, with tho apron front
Un black SHtin utriped grenadine bias
rutlles may bo used as trimmings; on
ttriped organdy bias rullles or bias bands,
edged with lace.
Now tinted scarfit for etroot wear nro
composod of twilled silk, with wide diag
onal stripe, shaded from dark to light in
the bHino color.
Kino embroidery wrought in tho
linen is now tho fashionable mothod of or
namenting underclothing, and U much
more suitable as well tm more durable
than laco or milling.
Neck ties or bow nro of pale twilled
silk, with or without fringed ends, tho
fringo forming knotted tassels. Others
aro of twilled silk edged with Valen
ciennes, tho ends forming a cascade com
poted of altornato shades of silk and laco.
As tho warm wenthor advances many
different styles for suit will bo introduced,
but the skirt and the polonaise will bo
mninly ndhcred to, and tho simpler the
design for washing materials the letter it
looks, ami the longer it retains its trcsh'i
Satin striped organdy is n novelty in
white muslin ; tho stripes uro an inch
broad and have a sulln finished surface.
It "docs up" nicoly and will ir.iikc pretty
summer suits or houso dresse, and it will
need but little trimming. Ulack satin
strlpsd grenadine In used this season in
blond of tho ViUck with u white stripe,
which waii to much lu vogue last year.
Of course both will be worn, but the nil
black is later and considered more lady
It lb reported that thcro are seventy-
live counties in Texas in which there is
not a single Sunday school.
Widow Fay of Oregon has set up a
cigar niaiiHfaetory, and her woods aro said
to be tbu best in the state.
Converted Indians sing "Now I Lay
.Me" with warwhoop acooinpitnlmeut.
Tlie effect is enid to be very soothing.
Tim Japanese makon strong string of
paper, and wo have seen a vory good cord
of wood, but not latoly. lioton Tram.
A correfpoMlont from Salt Lako City
snys tho Mormon girls have tho freshest,
fairest, dourest, and most healthy com
plexions ho ever snw.
Within the last ten years 100,000,00(1
acres of public lands havo been given away.
not, however, to thn landless, homolrss.
iiiu juiai (iiuiiurm, niijiitteit th f,,tl
imose, and swung off into thut unblUm
bourne whenco ho can never return, KU
by the Indianapolis connecting lines."
-All embryo Ibirnuin (ifnlmi years, in
Virginia City, Nevada, painted his llul,
brother in tho latest style "f tho fierce
I Sio"x "ml '"I'lbitcd him as a captured
on of Spotted Tail, at twiintvflvo cents a
, t,.,. ',. l(ttom,t:,, , .J;
and recognised and elulmed her ihirllng
For icvrral months past W. II. Allen,
51 " ,)"' Uen Uvh ' i'loomlngtoii,
I healing the lillndiuid ulllictod. occunviii"
i .! ,. , , . 1 1 '
roouu in Ihn 1 nupln s hank block. Ho
C(4mn lQ a dimax on Tucvlay ,,1,-bt by
I ulnplng with tho wifonf a Gurinan named
I Honigardnor, who llvm Mimewhere near
' iU "Vmiy AcrbS''
-J1" "l600 "wn twU h'vo '
watching .Mount Vesuvius for the past
,, dc(;,HrtJ mt flro unmilt,'lkft.
indfcntfona that n spout will occur
within iinothor month. Tho mountain is
eroanlrje nnd sighing, clouds of ashes are
being bJown out, nnu n warning n uccn
given linear Inhabitants, to gather their
bJU'choUl effects anil remove to safer
A gopd story Is told of n St. Louis
nobby dry goods elork who attended a
dnuco In ihe rural district a few eve
nings slnceV He woro a Cheviot shirt, nnd
put on a gretl mnny airs. Ho was somo
what tnkcnAlown, howover, when hoover
heard ono I country lass sny to another:
"That St liouls chap slings on a heap of
stylo for Ti feller that wears a bed-tick
thi: nonv W" t'K f,0T0 Kousn wiikmc it
WAS jjlUlllKIi tlKNTUHlKS A(IO.
(rrom Hid I'fiH Orleans National Republican.
Our readjers may remember that about
eighteen months ago an urtielo appeared
in some of four mo-t reliable papers mak
ing known; some Important facts. It stated
tln.t dint. 1 lllank, an old and well-known
explorer of our great river and Its numer
ous tributaries, togetherwith tho many bay
ous which, traverse and Intersect our state,
had niade' some Int' rHStlng discoveries in
regard tolthe small islands dotted about
here and "there In tho river and shallow
lakes of I Southern Loultinna.
Anions'; the most remarkable of these
islands ifotcd and explored by dipt. lllank,
aro two not very remote) from this city,
and weO-kiiown'to all sleamboatinen on
the rlvc,'r. It seems Unit dipt, lllank, al
though so very enterprising and enorgetle,
is a man quite advanced in years, being
now in his sixty-ninth year. Having
spent hi life on the river since childhood,
ho remembered that about forty years
ago n lino vessel, hailing Irom llordentix,
and laden with tho bot French wines,
eln,iiitiae:nes. cordials, etc.. were sunk at
or neiir tho spot whero ono of theso is
lands, which hau then no existence, now
stand'. This vesel with hor cargo wns
owned by parties in trance, out was con
signed to the euro of n well-known house
ln"New Orleans, which exists still.
Capt. lllank conceived tho idea that this
valuable cargo might bo rescued from Its
watery) bed by means of diving bells, and
consequently ho employed sevornl experi
enced divers to exanilno tho wreck and re
port wljether it was possible to reach thu
hull of this long sunken vessel.
The tl'vorb made a thorough examina
tion nnij reported the plan practicable but
very expensive, dipt, lllank applied to
l),0 i0U j to whom tho ves'ol had origin,
allv been' consigned and showed tho re
port of tli,' divers. This enterprising
house knowing that a vast fortune would
reward thcn the undortkalng was suc
cessful williii'y assisted the captain with
men and meanto work oul his apparently
wild speculatlni ,l,,a l,o result has
provod that wonVers will ncvor cease; for
at last, after inorV than one year from tho
limn llu. enternrliO WHS bOKUll.tlipt. Blank
has renllv succeeded in raising at least
one-half of the vtluhle cargo, wh ch has
beon sweotening1"'"1 mellowing beneath
the father of wafers for nearly n hall ecu-
'"iJurlng Ids rcs(l'arehes among tho soveral
bnjous of southern Louisiuna, he dis
covered an Islin.l nhout live miles below
what is known sltho"01d torts, and in
tho bed of what is termed by .toamboat
mcn "Old Kiver.V Ihi'u'J.r'ver wa
onco tho natural b'J ol tho Missies ppi ;
but it cut through h narrow neck of lund,
ntwl frin,l nnnlliOr outlet. In tills
stream Captain IJll"h noticed an island,
which no felt conv'"l;uu v,oa "" ",;u uor
, o-. JiUy whilo wandcrii.tr
over it, ho discovored beneath tho marshy
crass something that looked like tho bow
of a boat. Ho ciiriJfully cut away tho
long tough grass, mid wo may judge his
6tir"prlso when he actually inado out the
bow ot a noai, apuat'eiuiy in oxcoiieiu
preservation. It win strongly built utid
copper bound, and ivas an ancient-looking
cralt. It seemed tC rost upon its stcn,
wheh was entirely covered by the soli,
which had accumulated over it, whilo tho
roots of nn immense) tree beneath tho bow
wcro lifting it from its bed.
CnpU lllank determined, a few months
since, to excavate this ancient craft, or at
If ust what was left of it. The work pro
gressed rnpidly with tho Mid of a power
ful drudging machine, mid after three
months hard work tho Captain had tho
Imnpinoss of reaching tho hatchway of the
haif-ri'tten vessel, hut day by day passed
and nothing was brought to light of any j
real valuo. A low rusleu sworils, scab
bards, pieces of ruty armur were brought
up, which being examined by Capt. lllank,
provod thn vessel to havo been of Spanish
build. The workmen were disgusted
wi'li their useless labor, and had deter
mined to give up their vain enterprise,
when lo! they came upon something
which they tlrnily believed to bo a box of
gold. Their cupidity and curiosity being
excilrd, they wurked hard to raise it fri.m
its bed f compact mud. Their disgust,
lioweV'ir, was great when tho object
brougt up proved to be a blacksmith's
anvil,' with Spanish diameters wrought
(jlipt, lllank, who watched the proceed
ings with an eager eye, besought tho men
to eoul inuo n few days longer, when at
hilt they came to something which, this
time, th'ey felt convinced, was a box of
AJexie gold perhaps hidden there by
Capt. Khld himself. Hut we may imagine
the awo and astonishment of the Cnptain
and the workmen when tho object was
raised and cleared of its mud, and laid
before them. It was evidently a human
body, completely and perfectly wrapped
in lead air and water-tight. Around tho
lead covering was firmly welded a broad
copper bund with it Spanish inscription,
rudely wrought upon it, which being
cleared of its rust mid mud, revealed tho
following word :
Aqul ya con los rostos do
Hernando Do Soto,
Quo fallecioul diit
10 do -Mnyo.do 1512, A. I).,
do edad de euarontay cuatro anosy sleto
Kach mnn uncovered his head and re
mained standing in solemn awo as tho
body wns examined. Capt. lllank felt
convinced that It was the body of the
great Spaniard, which at every school
child knowi. was burled in his boat, and
sunk at mldnlcht in tho bosom of the
great Mississippi, to keep the knowledge
of his death from thn Indians, and in all
Crobability tho anvil wtu placed In tho
oat to assist it In settling steadily down.
Tho body of Do Soto was brought to the
city yesterday, and is now lying in tho
Mayor' parlor at tho City Hull. To-mor-row
wo learn it will bo tnkon to the
School nf Medicine, on llarnnno street,!
wnciiiis leiuitin wrapping will bo removed,
and In all probability tho remains of Do
hoto will lie laid hare to the rovorontial
eve, of tho.o who live nloiiu, thr batiks of
the i mighty Mlsili.ippl, whoso waters havo
at length yielded up the body of Hi great
HUIS It IT K II.
I prinnpll)' la all tie- I
mix .,Rpieil lo rr
Con. Rril-eT. ,
lu tiir I'erry l
Our Home Advertisers.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M KIlC HANTS!.
DEALERS IX FLOUR ;
And Agrol of
Ohio Hlvrr nn it Kniinwlui
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Our Home Advertisers.
I It V UOVIIN,
0. HANK Y.
LA KGB STOCK.
S T It I PUS,
KK.VTUCKT JEANH, KX1 KA,
LAUGH STOUK OF CAltK'.TINd
Ill F.ntlrr Ntork Vow Cloning llul
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CONNER 8TII BT. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
' t'Mlro. Illinois.
AuU Driller in FurriKD Kiel Domestic
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGAIiS,
!)7 Ohio Lovee,
lletwi-ei, Ninth and Tenth Htrrrls,
!L DOHA 1; O
JOHN UATKM, lroirlelor.
leofl'inmeroial Atenur, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
rttsl brand of Cullfe' UC'iisarsJtlst trceiied.
BII.LIAKD aaloun liiruuihud wilh lh IkhI ol
iHblesj nnd bur silliplird Willi ninei, liquors'
n I ciuars of ihr tins t brHiids,
Hi: A I, tMTAl K AUKNT,
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL Y.STATE AGENT
71 (SKCONU KLOOB) OHIO I.KVKF.
HlIV AN?) Skll Rkal Mstatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Kl I prertra C sienacei of Kinds.
M V H K V Si.
and will sxhll.it
A T CAT R 0,
One llsy Only.
Friday, April 12th. 1872.
I'll. K. llrkrTni, I ,, , ,, .
Cut 0. W. Tiiom..ii, Mansulnif Direclois.
Thrdllln)!iilhsd fruttire of the Ci.inoptdilsn
are, that ll is tlm hri UireiK, hi Ihs rurrtt
and most pmtly uollevllon of I.ivlntC Wild ni
iimN, a id thst Ihn Muenin i inbrscr" rr.nre llu
msn Ciirlo-llles thn luseter been exhibited In
the southern slates. In the Cirens Department
will be fonn I the following Arilsis, known I j alt
ahow (uing peotils tu be the Brightest Hiiiuinu
HI n in thu jirotc-slon .
ytr. Chnrlra Warner,
(Formerly Mrs. Han Rice,) the Queen of
Tho Champion remalo Gymnast.
I.n Itellc t'lor.
Tho Infant Wonder.
Hndeinolarllfi La Ho n,
Tho Champion Equilibrist.
Tho Daring Rider, whose acts find no im
itation. Thomna CIIITord,
The Champion Leaper of tlm World.
In his Great Stilt Act.
Hullt and Illndeii,
In their Champion Urothor Acts on tho
Hurry Clark, Jf. Whltlony, Clinrlca
Npcncer, II. Ailnni, IHcU Wcwlou,
Gymnasts and Tumblers, who havo equals
llHipy Jack Lawlon,
Tho Southern Favorite.
Tho American Grimnldl.
IN THE MENAGERIE
Wlltbn fuund the follow ing ammali i
ZEBUS, CIVETS, HINDOO SACRED
CATTLE, SPRING IIOK, HYENAS
GAZELLES, COUGARS, MEXI
CAN LIONS, PUMAS, LEO P
ARDS, BROWN, BLACK
AND GRAY MONKEYS.
A SNOW WHITE DEER
The only one kimwn of in tho world.
ALSO PROF, PKKKIR GOIINKY'S
TROPICAL BIRD SHOW
Embracing nearly all tho Birds of Bril
limit Plumage known to man.
THE MUSEUM DEPARTMENT
Kmbrae'nr human piirioaitlra, aiiah as Lllllpn.
Iin gueen, Admiial Dot, the Circassian lleaulv,
anrl many other late Ireaks ol nature,
This Mammoth Hhow will makn lis entry In
town nn Ihe niorniiiK of Inhibition, with its
lleuutl'nl JLpunled Chariot, eontalnlnir I'ro .
Prank HpurJ's Urasa and Iteed Hand, followed by
he Living Wild AmiiialH In their no anil In an.
lltul Dens, gleaming with emerald and gold.
REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE.
TWO HHOWH KOIt ONK IMtlOK.
ONK TICKET ADMITS YOU TO JIOTIl.
AlinihNION . 00c. Children . . an.
Doors open at a and 7 p. in.
SID. K. BTF.VKNS, Art.
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G. Sciiuli.
Hn,lS Q ".I
IIOOHN. s-ASII. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
1,3 TENTH STREET,
Iloom, NbhU, UllndH, Houlillnga,
IUireJnllrra,(Mool) Wlndownnd looA
rrKinew, I'loorlnir, I.alti,
MiliiKleo, Ulnred Nnah, lllnanl Hide
l.lghla, Olnzed TrHiiHoum,
Nnxli WrlKhlK, Nitali I'ulllm nnd Corda,
llllnil I'liNlenlnua, Itoollna;
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IJIhnx, KiikIIsIi luuU'rencli
I'lale IIIhhn, IMilly, Ulnaler'ai I'uIiiIn
Nerr IMe 1'nlenl t'liliuueya.
-l".i Kir., JCIr.
AOK.NT3 or Itock ltlei paper Company'a
Hiealhltig Kelt and (Juarlt Ceinont.
11. W. Jolia'a Improved ItoutliiR alwayt n
STOVUH. Tl.N'WAKK. fcTC.
A. II A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Ware, Coal Hods, File Short-Is, Air antes.
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
""Roofing, flulteringT and all kinds of Job
work Uoue at shoitvat notlck. ttbldtf
MANN & LIBBY'S
Hum One Price
42 L North Fourth Street,
We would call tin attention of Ihe Ladles lo our
AT ALL PRICES, ROM LOW-1'RICED SILK
TI1K UliST QUALITY
fcf the rtlfbraled nuke of
C. J. BONNETT & CO.
i T!"?m '""ds are a., well khmn as being the
lsl hllLsiiiiported, thsl r feel It Is only netes.
sary lo notify the Lalle, liul we he I mm on
ale. A e Intend making our Milk Ariasmtt,
by earehil .rlev'tlon or goods adaptta to this
market, and witn iiomyiear. experience in con
dilcl.iig a '
First-Class Silk Trade
In tin i:.i, we kii - ran orlsr Indiictmsnts
to puirhs.eis. rVe shall cfler
NO MLK THAT Wl.
Naniplea Steal Us Parllra ont or Iheflly
It la not economy for a lady lo 'jy an infirior
nualliy ol Milk, eeu ai any price, we shall there
fore otter only
THE BEST SILKS
Sli m AT
R KASO N ABLE PRICES.
With care in purchasing and lelnctlon of
Selling for Cash Only,
Wo can save one profit for our customers.
We proposo to do this for the benefit of
alrlped Aiurrlrnu Kllk.
Black American oro okain,
Black Cawiimekk Silkh,
At nil I'riccs and in all Colom..
Jnimneae Clollia. Hllk Hopllna, In Ileaie-
BLACK AND "WHITE CHECK SILKS
And full atock uf
GREY STRIPED SILKS,
Which we assure the Ladles is not exceeded m
this country, as to assortment ol deslraMo atylei,
iUnlily of good and prices.
Wo rcspeclfiilly Infile Ihe Ladlea to call and
exumluo our fioods and Prlres. All will he treat
ed Willi cournsy HotuN will behown freely;
there will ho no misrepresenting. ONLY ONK
1'ItlCKwill be asked, and thai will be aa low as
that of any other house in the cinmiry, as we pre.
fer large sales and small profits, rather than small
anlei and hirifo pioflts,
MANN & LI DRY,
421 North Fourth Street,'