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THE CAIRO DAILY DJLLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1872.
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XII DOLLAR WRKKLV HULLETIf
John It. Olwrly Oo. hat reduced M '"!'
erb'ion rii- f the Workly Cairo llnlWIn l
On P'i'inr iwuaiiM, making 'I in elif"" I "
lrwl,i'lht In uihern lllmnla.
Last wkek lx well-known citizen
of Q-itney died of appolexy, nnd on Jinn
day thirteen per""'1 nwnllcd burial In
that eltv. Several funonili hnd to bo
po.Hponcd for want of hortes Hnd car
riagc. IIobacb Wiiitk, fditor of llio Chicago
Tribune,' wnt In SprlngQuld, il is suld, on
Mondity, in conimtiillon with tho liberal
republicans. It li believed tho result nt
tho consultation will bo n call, signed by
many liberal republicans, in favor of the
t'on should not tamper vlth tis oppor
tunlty. It should tnoet the ltuo II
litis invited with tioldno'i, and select can
didates who will draw tho most votes
from tho republican ranks. Tlio demo
crat, If they support tho Cincinnati nom
inees, will do so on tho ground
Hint they cannot get the Wholo
loaf of democracy, nr.d nro compelled
to select between tho veal of liberalism and
tho tough meal of old radicalism. Tonom
Innlo x democrat, or any man who has ac
ted with tho democracy, would bo foolish-
nets. Tho democrats could do that them
elves, nnd would If they bclluvod they
could succeed. Tho liberal candidate
should be, as Wilkes declares, ono of tho
truc-bluo radicals of the lute past, now ro
putant of too much ultralsm and disgus
ted with Grant nnd his iniquities. Such
arandldato, who will stand or a platform
ot tho Missouri liberal kind, will receive
tho democratic support, draw largely from
iho republican tank nnd fllo and bo clec
to to tho presidency nt Grant's successor.
palch says that onough it now known o'
tho Huston Investigation, which the Moth-
odlst Kplftopal conference U conducting.
to show tliHt tho clmrges against that rev
erend gontlemnn, of his eccentricities with
lady members of his congregation, are
iruo. Mr. Huston has preferred countor
charges against tho principal witness
against him, ltov. Dr. Muncey, but they
St. Louis. April 9. Tho Foro murder
trial opened to-day, and tho prosecution
oxamlntd several witnesses, clearly prov-
ng tho shooting of Bench by Foro. Af
ter thu proeeuttan rested their caso. Col.
Norvillo opened for the defence with n
poech, taking tho ground that Foro was
lllieted with hereditary insanity, which
was aggravated Into active manifestation
by tho conduct of Beach In Influencing
Mrs. Foro to separate from her husband
ml fllo a bill of divorce. Tho defonco
havo a largo number of witnesses, and tho
trial will probably contlnuo during this
week. Tho court-room was crowded to
day, and deep iuteroit is being taken in
A correspondent of the New York
"Journal of Commerro" says: " The
keenest politicians in Washington
teem to think tho democracy will
not endorso the nominee of tho Cincinnati
convention, unlets that body so attaches
tho democrats to their ticket as to throw
the balance of powor into tho hitter's
Tux Roman Catholic Mhsionaiukb
who have undertaken tho task of convert
lng lno negroes of America to tho mother
church, have commenced their work
They will find tho "situation" troublesome,
Tho negroes, although decidedly supersti
tioui, have becomo linked with tho scv.
eral branches of tho protcttant faith, but
nd ire, in mott part, Methodists nnd Bap
tilts. They believo in these churches as
they believo in radicalism, earnestly, lut
without any very deflnlto idea of tho faith
which is in them.
Don. Jerk S. Black, tho well-known
democratic politician, has informed a re
porter, that so far as tho republican party-
is concerned, tho defection of the liberal
republicans is insignificant, nr.d could
have but little weight with tho democratic
party. "As between republicans" said
Mr. Black, Mf Senat.ir Trumbull, for In
stance, should bo nominated by tho con
vention, I could support President Grant
just as readily. Trumbull was the au
thor of thn reconstruction acts, and the
democratic party could havo no sympathy
with him or any other man identified as
he hm. been with all tho leading measures
of tho republican party."
Dick Yates believes Grunt ought to be
re-elected. The ex-ttnalur has not quite
recovered from a stertout iUno brought
on by a somewhat protracted and more
than usually tevcro ''drunk," but ho was
well crough to write n speech to be read to
the colored people of Jacksonville, III., at
their late emancipation celebration. Tho
Hon. Richard, having been very sick, r.nd
feeling sea reed at tho idea of belli
overtaken by the king of t?rror, has
taken tn good company, and now only
attociHtcs with Sunday school pooplo and
prouchert. Ills rcinaikt to tho colored
people wero re id by a reverend friend of
his, nnd contulnod somo beautiful fenti
rncnlt. Ho thanked "God, Lincoln and
Grant" thut tho chains of tho slave hud
been broken and informed his colored
hearers thut though they never had tho
"opportunity" of voting for their great
emancipator, Abraham Lincoln, yet the
"glorium privilcgo" of voting for Grant
remains to tUeivt.
Geo. W ilkes, whusc trenchant pen was
one of the mo.t powerful supports or Mr.
Lincoln't Hdinlniitrutlun nnd ono of thu
greatist obstucles In the puthway of Mr.
Johnson's, Is at the preterit moment, giv
ing the benefit of his talents to the liberal
republicans, in a lute issue ot ills paper
bo says tho Cincinnati movement Is the
legetimato action of the honest masses of
the republican party, driven none too soon
into riling bodily against u conspiracy,
the succe.t of which would transfer its
powers into the hads of an adventurer,
The writer, warming with hit subject,
As for the liberal republicans, tho re
sult of the Connecticut election has made
their duty pluln. Li t them diclnro lirin-
clples at Cincinnati worth v of the I111111..11.
ily nnd civilization of forty millions of
people; nnuuuovo an, put candlunlcs in
tiomlnatiou who shall represent tho sent!
merits of thu mutt advanced portions of
ineir party, xm is no tune for tlum t
Cutt their oyet over Iheir shoulders to.
wards candidates who may bo acceptable
tn these whom they havo to repeatedly
bcatm. Un the contrary, the present f
the supremo hour in which they must ct
tleboldly on the be.tj on thoe, in short,
whoto life-long tcrvicct and settled honor
can rhamploii their own iiiru.ei inou
largely to the conflict. Wo have already
exnretted our opinion as to who the.u
candidates should bo. No hybrid tlekot,
wih a democratic tall; no conservative
leader, tc take
"A barren seerder In lilt scrip,"
But men, like Sumner and Greeley, whoto
nni- will smilH tho republican water
likb the l'rej. bet's rod, uid wlm.o bare
ix ndnaiion will a bugle-blast to thu radi
caltuUtruuim whieh will cauio the thin
eriMur the pri-teiidei's powir to crumble
lebo ,u,11"i"i's, like tho walls of Jcr-
Th' U more rbctorlo In this than com-
ten,. uv Ul, ,alUf
anting l,W. Tb Cincinnati conven-
Some time aoo, a number of women
n London orgnnized b woman's dress
association, tho object of which Is to put n
stop to all cxtravngunccs In drcs, to tho
rcqucnt changes in fashion 'which necet
Itate tho spending of much money and
wasting of much tlmo In short, to effect,
possible, n thorough reform in this all
mportant matter. Tho movo made by
the London ladle?, has been published fur
nnd wldo. To tho announcement of tho
fact It generally added a homily, long or
short at the caso mny bo, on thu extrava
gance and folly of iho women of tho day,
a fervently expressed desire that woman
everywhere may enroll themselves In favor
ot the women's dress reform movement,
and an npl quotation from St. Paul nbcut
tho ornament of u "meek nnd quiet spirit,"
or his exhortation to the tex not to adorn
themselves will, broidored hair, or gold or
costly array, but in "modest nppnrel." The
press is ono of tho great educators of tho
age, nr.d it it right that the folly of womnn
at the faults of men, should bo reproved
and reformed by it when possible. There
U no doubt but that an inordinate lovo of
dress among women is ono of the most
fruitful sources of tho sins nnd mltcrh
which nllllcl society ; but if wo go below
tho surfaco and search fur tho reason
which inspires this gcnoral prevalence of
u fondness for dress, wo find it, not so
much an innato sentiment of female char
acter, ns u response to tho Well-known
admiration of men fur n well droised
woman. In tho 'Aliunde Monthly' fur
April, In tho "Pool of tho Bcnkfnst Table,"
wo find tho following:
Take a real woman nt hor best momonts
well-dressed enough to be pleased with
with hcrfclf and what has social
life tocompuro with ono of those vital in
terchanges of thought and feeling with
her that mako an hour memornble? '
Now, when Dr. Uolmot makes
U4o or tlio cxprctilon, uoct lie
me an "wnll-drcsted," attired in a
plain gown, hair combed back plainly nnd
the back of tho heud Innocent of chignon,
braid or curl in other words, doos he
mean tho, "modest nppnrel," enjoined by
St. Paul ? Tho render docs not suppose so
for an instant. Ho means rather, a cos
tume gotten up according to tho require'
monts of modern fashion, tonod by taste
and worn with grace, nnd which tho wearer,
with n doliculo intuition, feels makes hor
an object of pleasure to tho man with
whom sho is conversing, nnd lienco makes
her "pleaed with herself." Holmes hero
only hints ut a sentiment which nil wo
men know men generally entertain. And
what woman of tho nlnctscnth conutry
will hesitate an inttuut between this opin
ion and thut ofSt. Paul's? Wo have read
some jingling lines on "my girl with the
calico drcst," but thoy were ".loetry.'' If
men wish toeco a perm incut reform in tho
mutter of extravagance and folly in female
dre.ss. they must reduco their poetry
to practice. They must turn from tho wo-
man who Is lovoly In "thn sheen of silk and
tho glimmer of pearls," and pay court to hor
who, In hor cotton gown, U without orna
ment, unlots it Is that of u meek and quiet
spirit. When they do this, they will to
tho seeds of a real "droit reform" scedt
which will fall on good ground and yield
an bundled fold.
Tho nowett stylo of laco paratolt hot
tortoise-shell or carved corul handles.
Nearly all tho spring Boston bonnets
havo a full ruche iu front, either of black
or white illusion.
A now atylo of house shoe Is a sort of
ilgh slipper of tlio color uf tlio dress, but
toned on tho side with tlx small buttons
A new style of locket is mado of n five
dollar gold piece, which is hollowed out
argo enough to hold a likeness and opens
with u spring.
Tho old fashioned style of necklaces
worn by our grandmothers, of several
rows of small gold beads, arc all tho rage
'Pointed and scolloped flounces are tho
latest style of trimming dresses, and mako
the ladies look like small perambulating
Gray poplin is used for traveling
dresses; thoy are made with square collar
and talma, and have a belled polonaiso
trimmed with box pleating.
THE LATE STORMS.
WIND, RAIN AND SNOW.
DANGER DONE NORTH, SOUTH,
ennventlorltho result of which, says the
'World,' my determine as to tho tlmo of
holding tbdnatlona! democratic convon
THE RKVOUTIONISTS ADVANCING ON
MatAMOUA. Anrll 7 A tr-leeram to
Gen. PhIiciIs to-day, from lteynas, 60
miles disttji, reports Gen. Truvlm.'s and
QillrogK'iorces, about 2,000 strong, with
liinu l.lect of artillery, within n fuw miles
of that pice, advancing on this city. Tho
gales of llatainofas are closed, and com
munlcatio with Brownsville bv fertv
slopped. The natb tint guards aro out and
being armd for defence. There it great
exciiemeiion account of our communica
tion with he outside being 'cut off. The
rovo'utioitts assort that tho movement
ofTrevlnlund Qinrntrn In onlv a fulnt In
cover an Intended attack on a body of
iroons. ommanuod by lien. Uouel i.
Onvernntnt trovp aro coming from San
Luis 1'JUSI t3 relnforen Mm tumoral ntirl
Tamplco. Tho evidonees alo that tho
revoludonats aro aetunllv advancing on
MATiMlRAR. Anrll II. Thn n.vn1iitlnn.
Ils nrt jupposel to bo within 40 or 60
miles of tils clly, having re-occupied Hey
nas nlKiit 10 o'clock this morning, at
woiun una icieirrnnn u coinmiinicitiion
with thaiplaeo ceased.
Gen Placlo has declared martial law,
and pWd Gen. Avola. of Montorav.
second Iri command, and in charge of the
national juanl,, about COO ot whom wero
enrolled ind armed tit-day. Every avail
alilo iiipnmre has beeu ad). pled to securo
thu defence of the city. Persons are pro-
inoiiea iron leaving or ninring ine city
without military nusses. Business it an.
Out Homo Advertisers.
M IIOI.KN'aLK C'HOt'KKS.
i) IHO. ILLIIieil,
AUo, kerp lOBsMntly an hnd a most cum
pltto stock of
BCOTCH fcND IRISH WHISKIES
Fort, Maderia,Sherry and Catawba W ine
D JHYTII A CO. exelulTCljr for cash, to
LV, wnicn lux tnT idtii mm ipncii munu
uod oi cioie Dr(m ouytr.
Special atttntUn given to Filling Order
Nkw York, April U. George Dictz,
prominent Germun journalist, died hero
on bulurday night.
TitE.NTO.v, N. J., April 0. At tho elec
lion yesterday, tho domncratlo city ticket
was elected by 800 majority.
Aluanv, N. Y., April 0. Tho assenihlv
lias appointed a committee to draft retolu-
Hons on tho doutli of Krastut Corning.
Fort Wav.nk, lnd., April 0 Tho com
initlce of citlzunt of Luna, O, ajipolnted
to invettlgate the practicability of build
lng tho Crawford.vllle, Kukoinu and
Toledo railroud reported to a tneetlif
this evening favoring tlio project.
SriuNoriKi.il. Ill , April O.-The city
election passed off quietly. Tlio repul,.
can elected tho majority of the ticket in
eluding tho mayor and three councilmen
giving them the control of tho eiiv. Tlio
vole U very heavy.
Nkw Vokk, April O.-At tin, broken
Market Savings bnk depotitors meeting
it was unnonnced that an officer had pone
to Montreal with requhitlon fr.im
Pretldent Grant for Waltor It. Conklin,
the cathler, whoto rlilonablo vl'lia at
Long Branch and dltattrout ventures in
Wall il.eet. ru,ned iho bank. Thu de
faulting fugitive it tick, and fast tlnklnir.
Ntw Youk, April 0. A Balilmuredlt-
Nashville. April 0. The rain storm
last evening was one of the heaviest for
yeun. All railroads running into Nash
villo, were more or lest damaged, parts ot
lliem being washed away, but all will be
in running order to-morrow. No mailt
wero received to-day. except from Louis
ville, when tho mail due last Highland to-
nignt came togeiner.
Albany, April 0. Tho freshet In tho
river continues, but tho Indication are
that il will not materially increase. Ice
it coming from above, and passes down the
stream without ubttructiuu.
The span of tho bridge beneath whhh
tho Tioy ferry boat was fastened gave
way to-auy with a crash, carrying tho
stern of the boat to the bottom of the. riv
ItosDOUT. Anrll . A. severe thunder
storm, accompanied by heavy rain, oc-
currea Here lo-uigtii. ueporwirom aiong
too llonaoul ana utwego rauroati snow
that much damage was done to the track
by J alo tains.
Sakatooa, March 9. A portion of tho
Sehiiylervilln bridge, over thu Hudson riv
er, wa carried away last uighl by a
bieak of tho icn. In the Hudson tho Ice
was of enormous thickuoss and weight.
Kingston. April 9. A hrok hut oc
uurred on Hie Delaware and Hlldon ca
nal, two and a half miles abovo lock No,
CI. NuverSink break it fifty feet long
and 10 feet below thu canal level, It it
estimated that it will take ten days to re
pair the damuges.
OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND KENTUCKY.
Cincinnati, Aprll.0. Tho damage to
thu railroads has i.ot been exaggerated.
Tho Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton,
tlio Ohio and Mississippi and the Indian
anolis and Cincinnati and all roadt using
their tracks nro running regularly Tho
Marietta, Litilo Miami and both Ken
nicy roads nre unable to run. Thu P.m
Handle trains run over the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton road, Tho Louis
ville mall lino packets carries pascnuers
on tho Short Lino tickets. One hundred
and twenly-flvo loaded mal boat were
torn Ironi their moorings, moiiiy on me
Kentucky side ot tlio rlvur, wncre tney
wero placed for safety. The riu in Lick
Iriir was without parallel and tore them
lno4u. Over 1,000,(100 bushels of coal aro
cone. It it not corialn how many are
lust, hleamers nave gone down inu river
to gather them up. Wrecks or several
mimed ami sui.Keu steamers wero wasiieu
nway. That of tho Champion floated un
durthotutpeniion bridge and sunk.
WYOMING AND COLORADO.
Omaha, Ner., April 0 Tho worst
Mnow ana winu storm or tlio tcason
prevailed throughout 'Wyoming and Col
orrdo from Saturday evening until tliit
morning. Hie storm commenced on tlio
lino ot uio union 1'ucillc about titven
humlred miles wet of here, and extended
REAt EflTArr. AUKNT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
T4 (stCOND VLOOK) OHIO LKTBK
But and Sell Heal Estate,
FURNISH AH<tAOio ur iliut.
(Succcawir to P. Haup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC,
103 fr'ommerr Inl Avrntie. between
NIxlU nut He venth .Streets,
eastward a distanco of over four hundred
mile. There is reported to hnvo fallen at
Cheyenno about two feet of snow. The
storm cuued a temporary stoppage, of tho
trains on the Union Pacific lor tho dis
tance mentioned, nnd also of trains near
Denver. J ho weather hat becomo auain
pleasant, and trains will probably run
regularly to-morrow. There is no 'delay
of freight or pa.tengert at thu Missouri
river hridge. Lo-ided frolght cars for the
west nro running direct y through without
A MKKTI.NO ok tiik national committkk
called for tiik 8tii ok may.
A telegram dnted Now York, April Oth,
A niretlntr of the democratic national
committee it culled for Wednotday, tho
cut oi Muy next, ui tno rettuonce or the
chairuiiiii, AuguU lltlniont, in this city.
tnu usage ik, s.iyt the 'World,' to summon
tlio committee hy privnio note and not by
a published call, and In accordance with
which rule thn usual loiters havo been
sent out by Mr. IMmont. Although tho
purposa or the meeting ik not specified In
the call, it it understood thai thu object it
tu detiunatu a place and day for attem
hlinu the national domocratlo convention
to nominale candidate for pretldont and
vlce.pretident. The tamo journal nihil
that tho procrattination of ll.dmont In
tliit call has met with tho approval of the
loaders of the democracy. The de'ay
taemt tn havo been oecatlom-d with a
view to take advantugo of the Cinclnnail
FOR SPRING OF 1872
HAS dekn, and oonh and sonk it again
Owing tn his lri mles ot
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
he tminil it nwrsMr to sedn vllt the Est'ern
niniki't nnd will return within Iw witn
liiiudhonir ttock ul
Ilpwlthf toe ill Ilia atlfnllon of Duyfrs to bl
titj' eomiieie, urfteanucnreiuuy selected
STOCK OF G-OOIDS
Ills toocls can not bs turpsjted, and he
tohcitt a eompml.on of
GOODS JL.2STT) PEICES
vrl'h thntenf unr hnime which tou hue been sc.
cuntoine.l to ileal with.
Hit etoclc will c nmt of
IIUNII POPI.INN, HII.KH, Pf.AIDSI,
HUI'PH AND BLACK A LP AC AM,
And all other sorts of
Our Home Advertisers.
lie lino keens s lre atock bl lce. Trim.
mhiK iCiubrni.lt.riev, a xreat variety of rJhawls,
Clothe and CaHimeres
II Kino keep a Tnrietv ofliillea' ami children's
llineK and elothll-K ul II tt. and pricee.
uiiMKlull an neletoall through. Cull and
xamlnr. fur It will pay,
a ictr J. nunrjEit.
CAIRO CITY XJOAL
la prepared to aupiiljr ouimmer with the beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
If ERCII ANTR,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Axentt of
Ohio River and Kanawha
70 Ohio Levee,
Our Home Advertisers.
Oho Lbvbk . Cairo, III
oantea raanmT rrititr
Our Home Advertisers.
OntiPRS led l llalllday Bret, offloe, 10 OHIO
I.KVRK, or at the real Tard below the 81.
(.narla Hniel, will reoelfe prompt alieoiloo
tHRTIln MUnUTtllUllalllhniia nkl aIaiiu
id steamtre at aor hour.
Principal Office 104 W. Fifth St., Cin. O
TUB C< RELIADLK GIFT KNTKRl'RtHE IN
TIIK COUNTRY I
IU VALUABLE GIFTS
To bedittributed in
Xj. 33 . S laSTE'S
Tobedraat Monday. Abrll Khh, 172.
Two GhiND Capitals or
$5,000 in Greenbacks !
One Prla. ta.OOO In Mllvrr;
Two l'rizet $1,000 .i f
Five Prin t $600 I GREENBACKS
Ten Prize $100 I
One Hons m.d ttuggy nh Hilrer. Counted liar,
neta, worth ffu each.
One fir.e.trned Koaewood Piano, wor'h 4b 0.
Ten finiily rr ln machine", worth tiui
raen rire i,e.y eei "1" nuniinft at.lie
and hea y gild chains mirth S)0 rwh, Pre
told tmerVan hunimg wnt-lm worih fltVanh
Ten Udlragold hunllnf watt'hea wnrlh one huu
(I red dnllarH each. Khc it hundred irold and
ailvtr lerer hunting wstohe (in all) wnrlh
from ? I10. Mdl'n' auld leontlne oi.hIiib,
gent' gold vealrhalna. oli i and double rUteu
'liter lable and tenjpooBj, phulograuh albuma,
whole number glfn. t.ooo. Tickets limited u
Asente wanted to tell Tickets to whuu Vhrn
iiremluma will bs paid.
Buttle tickets II ; ix tlcketa 15: twelre ticket,
eiv, tivruiT'iivr ev.
Circulars containing a lull lint of prltei, a de
acrlplion of the nmnn.i of drawing, nnd other In
formation In reference to tho li.irihuilon, tiIIIx
ent to any ene ordering them, All letter mum
be addreaaed to I.. U. HINK, Hiiz Stt,
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I nli i an inlrreellng work of two hundred una
iw. uty liur pagee, witn niiir.ernu engraving!,
on contains taluiible information fur Ihone wlic
rn married orciintetnplate marriage) atillit iaa
u.,it.iat lUaht'o be tinner lock and key, anduol
ln-ieerrleuly about the home.
Hnt to any one (free of putlsiie) for W cent
Addrrae Dr. Bulla' blapenasry, No. VI.
Kighlh street, at. Louie, Mo. '
Moilrt to the ASBIcted anal t'nfnrtunalp,
deljre applying to the notnrioua Uuacka who
adrrriias lu the publio papera or mini any Uuack
remedixf, peruae l)r. Ilulta' work, no muiter
what your dlaeste ia or how deplorable yuur non
Dr. Dittts esn bs eoniulted, penonally or al
Tmh N,,hwrtUr-':r.mn,ln,1 ,a hi "orka,
nmw.Uo. ,12 N.blghth atreet. bet Market an
flti..,tlinl HI lrfii mf..lwte
The lllinoia Central Had Kuvl Comp.ny now'
fir!,h'c'i,!,;,oV!:f,roe.'c,,i1.b,ea Jt " r,
Lot block Htblykg.
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orurmt.el. apply to JAMBJJOUNiON,
M I) H K V M.
One Dy Only,
Friday, April 12th, 1872.
CArr (I. W. Tm i.h.k, Manag'na? Dlreclort.
tre, that ll ! th llra. Cirell . h.. in. .....i
k.I iii.i r fII i-nlleellnn nf I.irlrig Wild ni
in i i '.'.I in'ir"e rrnre III),
".n Cuilo-i I Ih i Im. ee Ix-en rx'nl,ited in
h"iiilletn lnle. In III Cir li. I eparl ent
will b- loiin I t''e fullow ng Ar U-n, known l.y all
.'in r dug peoiil" t i bo the liria-iiteet nh iiing
1u a in thn prolrnilnn.
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W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13$ TENTII STRKET,
DeMtra, Nnah, Rllnda. Mnnletlaga,
EMvetJnttcra, (stood) Window and Itoo,
fraraei, t'loorlna;, lth,
NhlUKlea, Ulaavd Naab, Olnaed Nlrtr
l.lBhta, tJInard Tranaorn,
Nana WalKhta, Naab Pnlllca nnd Corda,
llllnd raatrnlnBa. KooHnc
'It, KowMnff t'ernent, PUatrrlnaj
Paper, Carpet rell, Whit
l.cad, Unaed Oil, American Window
Glaaa, Kngllab nndr'rencli
Plat Ulaaa. Putty, Ulaaler'a PoluW
hewer Plpea Pntent Chlmneya.
Etc., Kte., Kir.
AGENTS lor Rock Itlrei Taper CompanyV
Uheathmg Felt and (juarUCemont.
li. W. Joha'a Improved touting always oc
lira. Ckarlea Warne.
(Formerly Mrt. Dsn Hlce,) tlio Queen of
MIM ELIZA OAHDXEK,
Prcmlcro Equett-ienno, wlioto daring nctt
of Equcttrianltm are preeminent
throughout tlio world.
MRU CHAR KENYOSI
Tho Irllllnnt, lively and ventnrnome
young Premiere Equestrienne, who
ttnndt flm in tho litl of Native
Lady Ridcrt, whether a pad
or tide uddle artlit.
The Champion rmle Oymnstt.
Im Dell flora,
Tho Infant Wonder.
Jfadesaolaella La Rota
The Champion Equilibrist.
The Daring Rider, whoto actt find no im
itation. THE HOLLA XO FA MILT,
In their Wonderful Performance.
The1. Chinete and Exrandetcence Juggler.
The Chnmplnn Losper of the World.
NTOV1M, TINWAHK, KI'V,
A. II A L li E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and llnllow Ware, Clolhea Wringers Toile
Ware, Coal lloda, FirsUhotela, Air QsMa.
TIN ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
Rooflag OuttennljraBd .all '.bfii0''
don t at thorttst nolle. union
In hit Great Stilt Act.
Hnltt and lllndea,
In their Chutnpion llrother Acts un the
Master FHAXK WARD,
Sensation Ilurdln Hide, Thu Flying Hone
inun. MR J AM KM UALI.AGIIEH.
Champion Biitriuto Lespcr, who performt
the unpnri'lli'led feat of turning a
The Ptiyiical Aniimaly or Bunelon Won
MR KAU'EL COI.LTKR,
The CliHinplnnof L'ghv'ght, hat bicri
engngud and uppear in hit nnjj cot
tume, giving u plunting and in
ttruotive pcifurinHuce with
Harry Clarlt, 91. Wlilllony, Chatlea
Npeneer, II. Adama, Dick Weston.
Gyttinattt und Tutnhlert, who hartquali
Happy ia k Lawton,
Tho Southern Favorite.
Tho Amurlcun Orimaldi.
IN THE MENAGERIE
Will be found the following animals i
ZEBUS, CIVETS, HINDOO SACRED'
CATTLE, "SPRING BOK, IIYEN Ati
GAZELLES, COUGARS, MEXI.
CAN LIONS, PUMAS, LEOP
ARDS, BROWN, BLACK
AND GRAY MONKEYS.
A SNOW WHITE DEER
The only ono knawn of in tho world.
also I'Ror. r Kim ik goknicy'i
TROPICAL BIRD SHOW
Embracing nearly all tho Blrdt of Bril
liant Plumage known to man.
THE MUSEUM DEPARTMENT)
Embrao ny hnatan fillm'cliSi ui'i.'RS
tlan Queen.' dmlr.l KL nature ""'?
n l many other rate lrk ol nature.
Thl. llammolh hnw wll make Its entry In
roin ..nthi n'oromg of Eglnblilon. witn ita
Koiillul Mounted Chariot, toiiUm ng Pro.
K Hpiirl'- Urea, and Heed Brail, f.,ll,.ed by
t..V l.iTln WH't AnimaU lntheirnewandh.au.
tliul Uena, gleamlug with emurald and gold.
REMEMBER TdE DAY AND DATB.
TWO SHOWS FOK ONE PRICE. i
OJI TICKKT ADMITS YOU TO BOTIl7
IDMIalllON . 00c. tblldrea . . wa
Poors open st 3 and 7 p. m.