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THE DAILY OAlliO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKN1NG, OCTOBER 7,- 1884.
T?OK BALE H.ydnrk Jumpnoat turrar. M't price
x Ms, BPW,go Jud, iur wiwi. luqniro 01 is. a
IJIOK 8LK. Ntw IlonieSowloii Machine rtht
from the factory, 111 price aw iur w, k. a.
fjiOK 6ALB Haydock Vbieton, new, lit price
iur f U).-iDqaire 01 B. a. uarnuu, nunc
FOR RUNT Cahl' roemence pr perty, t. e. cor
.8 and HolU'ook Ave. Fine 2 tr? brick rent
denceoflQ ronmi, elegantly fintthvd In modern
tvle: brn,out Uouci, etc. Luge yard withfrult
ana aroDory. noni tow to a eooa tenant.
M. J.HOWLEV, Agont
HORRENT Tha large, camtnodlimi More room
and bMement on Levee it., below 8th t., re
ceuuy occupied oy . a, Tntttiewooa e ro.
M. J. HowLiy, Agont.
IjWR RKNT Rnoldence property of Col. Jan. 8.
Ken'deu on KlfteeotH itreut. Ilonee contain
tan room, tail ill needed couv nlcncei and n in
good coudltlnn irenwally.
M.J. HOWttiY, Real Ettate A?uiit.
Additional local on third n-j,'0-
A strong case, a caso of old chncsu.
Miss Ella Gary is in Uuion City on a
visit to friends and attending the fair.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagaln'a saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
--The Vandalia club took homo with
them a basket full of goose curs as the' re
sult of Sunday's game.
Mr. Jno. Dms, of B andvillo u in the
city on a short vacation. M st everybody
in CairoJcrJows John.
The population of Siindusky,
jifbicaarjii uuo uu iwiuay mat. jl. it)
UU IB Dl 11 ' 7 LU U Willi 1 HL t3UlllVH.il.
Tho cold wave is sid. tracked some
where between here and the north pole.
A taacer should be sent after it.
Blaine's Humpty DUinpty party trav
eling through Ohio draws well, but is not
a first class performance, and is likely to
collapse this week.
"Daddy,"aid the Cairo em-ll boy,
"which saint is it tint said wine is good
for the stomach? I thought it was St.
John." "No; it was St. Paul. St. John is
This is the kind of weather that made
the fat man wish he could "shed his flesh
and set in his bones." .We know now why
the Hottentots wear such a scarcity of
clothes and wish it was the fashion here.
What we get and what we got
When all is summed and said is,
July was frost that should be hot,
And in October Hades;
to draw it mild.
Julgo Campbell, who is circuit judge
of the 1st judic'al district in Kentucky,
was in tho city last night. His court opens
this morning at WicfcTiiTe and will con.
.tinue all this week, over which ho wiM
-This country can stand a good deal
during a campaign, but when an Iowa man
by the name of Dolliver gets bis uncanny
patronymic in all tho papers by traveling
with the Blaine caravan, it is time to call
We will this year publish an 1885 al
manac for distribution ; elegantly illustrat
ed, one to be given to each subscriber to
the paper, and then one for 25ceuts to each
tnend or The Bulletin, of Cairo aud of
Hon. Oscar Turner, of Ballard Co.,
Ky., the candidate for Congress on the
Democratic ticket was iu Ctiro yesterday
'morning and went to Wickliffe where he
and his opponent, Mr. Slono, held a joint
discussion yestorday afternoon.
A picture in Phil Saup's window at
tracts a great deal of atteution. It is tho
second attempt of Master Willie Smith at
free hand drawing under the tuition of
l'rofessor Hagan. It is a finished work
aud would grace the walls of any parlor.
nni 1 a . . .
1 uu ooys ai uommercial Toint are
wide awaks aud will give a crand Demo
cratic barbecuo Thursday October 23, to
winch a cordial Invitation is given to all
benighted and Democrats, to come anc
learn wisdom out ot tho mouths of Demo
I Farnbuker & Co. will soon remove
their cutire tmtfit to the building lately
occupied by Huytl orn & Sloo, and tho
whole stock consisting of fine hats and a
nice line of gunU' furnishing goods will he
cloned out below cost, at auction nnd priv
The Democratic central committed
were to hold a meeting last night un 1 com
mence to day a vigorous campaign. It is
late in tho day but the committee may, by
working early snd latenud all tho tiuie.ri
deem themselves, and saliitfy tho Democrat
c p arty of Cairo and tho county.
Commercial avonue and tho Wabash
railroad bed is now filled up to grade from
20th to 34th atreet, The city it now get
tine in such l
come without interfering with trafflo on
any 01 tnu streets whero it onco took entire
1"' uwro is Kett niMhoro a ow
but getting there all tho same.
The bifurcated skirted Dr. Mary Walk-
er says she will kiss any man who votes for
Belva Lock wood. We decline to accept
the terras, We saw tho doctor at Washing
' too last F)bru try and we confess that
' 1 .J . .1. .1 t it. .
wuuiu lamer urum gum. tea, toned with
aasafoellda than to indulge In osculation
with the trousered beauty of tho Bolva brl-
, A stranger in the city full down at the
corner of Sixth street and Cotnmerciul av-
A, 1';,. . .... . , . , ' '
enue abnut noon yesterday, overcome by
the intense heat. This is the only genuine
case of tun-stroke that has occurred during
the present heated term. The victim was
carried to the Arab engine house, whero he
lay all the afternoon. His condition be
coming more critical, ho was at six
oclock taken to tho hospital for treatment.
The Illinois Central cives an excursion
to St. Louis Fair cverv day in the week,
October 0 to 11th, carrying passengers for
one fare for round trip. St. Louis and re
turn. This is the only lino running out of
Cairo that runs three dnlly trains with
coaches and sleepers through to St. Louis
Trains leave Cairo 3:00 a. m., 12:25 p. tu.
and 3:45 p.m. tf
Oglesby will not come to Cairo, and
why should he? His "Possum apple" speech
would not gain him a single white voto in
this city and he has a dead sure thing, he
thinks, on the colored vote. Perhaps he has
They are under tho thumb of the Republi
can leaders and might as well bo driven to
the polls to deposit their ballots as to come
up in any other way. The result will be
just tho same.
A stranger was taken to the hospital
yesterday morning suffurins with a fract
ured skull, caused by slung shot or a rock
in tho hand ot some negro desperado. He
was picked up late Sunday night on Ohio
levee by tho police and taken to the Arab
engine house, where Dr. Wood attended
him. What the result of his wound, or
treatment, is likely to be. our rcnortcr was
unable to learn.
Mr. Blaine declares that he wants eve
ry paper in the country friendly to his can
didacy to publish tho last batch of Mulli
gan letters. Lack of space alone prevents
us from colnplying with Mr. B.'s request.
Sunday Gazette. It is unnecessary to
say the Gazette is a Republican journal
and a supporter of the plumed knight. It
gives a very lame excuse.
Straws show which way the wind blows.
At tho opera house in "A Bunch of Keys,''
the landlord fills up his register the hotel
being empty . ne writes (reading), James
G. Blaine, Washington maybe." Aud
ience so still one could hear a gum drop.
"Grover Cleveland, White House per
haps.". Continued applauae from parquet to
gallery. "Carter Harrison" actor's voice
drowned by clapping hands and cheers and
i. ..I - i r:, . .
wuoio nouse wuu witn excitement.
Mr. Daniel Manning, chairman of the
Democratic state committee, Bpcaking of
tho outlook, said : "This is the first time I
have spoken of the campaign. People may
say what shey please, but Grover Cleveland
is going to be our next President. Perhaps
I ought not say bo much, but I have the
most reliable information from all over the
country, which assures mo of what I say.
You ask me how it js that things nro going
on so quietly. The fact . is we are doing
more silent werk in this campaign than in
any other ouo that I can remember. We
are going to win."
It is strange how closely puoplo read
the papers. We never say anything that
anybody deo't like but what wo soon hear
of it and everybody tells us about It. But
if onco iu a while wo happen to say a good
thing, wo never hear that nobody seems
to notice that. Wo may pay some
man a hundred compliments and give him
a hundred puifs, and ho takes it us a trib
ute to his greatness, and never thinks it
does him any good. But it we happen to
Bay something that he imagines reflects on
him or his character, see how quick he flies
up or gets mad about it. All our evil is
duly charged to us, but we never apparent
ly got any credit for what good wo do.
Such is tho life ot a newspaper man.
Henry Ward Beecher, in a recent let
ter, says of Cleveland : "That ho will bo
elected I both hope aud believe, but the
chief danger to his ambition springs from
that Bin, if true, of years ago. Is there no
warning in that? No voice to young men?
It I b'llieved Cleveland to bo n libertine
I would drop him instantly. I do not be
lieve it. I regard him as a grossly slander
ed man, for political purposes, and that
abuse, instead of deterring me from sup
porting him, appeals very stroncly to my
generosity and chivalry. That ho is a pru-
dont min, honestly and earnestly desiring
to minister every trust faiihfully and loyal
ly. I have no doubt. Mv maganrrn to nviirv
young man is, bewaro of his mistakes of
years ago, ana imitate his virtues of to-day.
A plasterer at work on Mr. Peter
Ned's now hotel building appreciating tho
extreme heat or tho utter absurdity of 03
degrees in October cooly diBrobod himself
below tho wliarfboats yesterday noou and
struck boldly out for tho sacred soil of
Kentucky, tlio ol.joctal point beinir a
white rag elevated upon a hickory stake
near tho river edge directly opposite tho
ferry landing. With broad, deliberate,
graceful strokes tho win male his way
rapidly across tho turbid stream. A hun
dred people witnessed his progress, ovo n
until his head presented a siuull black
speck upuu tho water's surfaco, and when
ho flu ally pulled himself on Koutucky's dry
soil hearty cheers weut aloft in honor of
his victory. Ho rested but a short while
aud again took to tho stream, occupying an
hour coming back, taking it leisurely,
blowing like a porpus, cutting a Buries of
amusing monkylng there In mid river, being
received upon his arrival at the Hallldity &
Hillilpi warehouse by an enthusiastic
crowd of admirer who escorted him to hl
work amid shouts and cheers. Wo did not
learn his name but recommend him to any
one in want of a swimmer.
THERE IS A DOUBT ABOUT IT.
German and Austrian Papers Do
Not Believe the Reports
Disastrous Land Slide in Russia The
Costly Nihiliata Death of Colonel
Stewart at Berber Eeported.
Bismarck Looking After His Boundary
Lines in West Africa Cholera
NOT YKT DIED OUT.
London, October C German and Aus
trian newspapers doubt the reported
bombardment and recapture of Berber
by u Ho t ot gun-boats from Khartoum.
Tho Vienna Tautblatte sava thn ilnfunan
of Khar oum will always be an Interest
ing chapter in tho world's history, and
says that British wisdom has not vet died
ANOTUKR CAULK UROKKN.
London, October C The Bennett-
Mackey cable, recently laid between Eu
rope and America is broken. It Is sup
posed to have been caused by lce-bergs.
DISASTHOL'9 LAND M.IDK.
Sr. Fktkk.su ikg, October C A land
slldo occurred In Suraton lust Saturday
by which a great many dwellings of labor
ers on tho shore of t ie Volga wcro de
stroyed and four factories badly dam
aged. There wuu no loss of life, owing
to tho fact of the weakuess of the earth
being noticed in time by tho occupants.
MAKI.NO GOVJiKNMK.Vr COSTLY.
Owluz to the activity of tha Nihmtn
the nolica force of this cltw hn luii in.
creased by the addition of COO men. The
ouugci uus aiso oeen increased to 000,000
tOLONBL STUWART KILLED.
Caiiio, October C It is rumored here
that Colonel Stewart has been killed at
NOT YKT COXF1RMUD.
The renorted bombardment of Berber
Is not yet continued. The report is
doubted in official circles.
I1ISMARCK WILL SUGGEST.
Faris, October C Le Gaulois savs
Frlnce Bismarck will suggest to the Cab
inets at Paris and London that a con-
leronce be uela to dotcrmlne boundaries
on tho west coast of Africa. '
Kome, October C Forty-two new
cases and twenty deaths la Naples tor the
past twenty-tour hour ending at noon to
day, and twenty seven new cases and
twelve deaths ut Uouoa for the samo
Come From China (o bo EJucated In
Clkvkland, O., Oct ber C Too Ohio
Wcsleyan University at Delaware has
Just admitted into tho school a girl who
has come all the way from China to be
educated in Ohio. Miss Uu King Kog Is
the daughter of the Kev. Ilu Vong .Ml,
the reserve delegate fiom the Foo Chow
( onferonce aud also Presiding Elder ot
the I loch IU Ang District. Sha is a
bright, lntelll jffut girl ot eighteen. She
was born ot Christian parents as tho
family of her grandfather, Uu, was tho
second which embraced Christianity
thirty years ugp. Tho object ot Miss
Kng In coming to this couutry Is to ob
tain a thorough Kngllsh education, then
to study modlcluo and go back to work
among the women otucr own land.
"The Wicked Ffoeth When No Man
Kansas City, Mo., October 0. Great
excitement was causod at Independence,
Mo,, when It became kuown that some
time during Saturduy night an attempt
was mudo to rob Chcsman & Sawyer's
bank, one ot tho richest Institutions in
Missouri, It holds ull tho county funds,
and Saturduy ulghttho vaults contained
over $600,000 iu cash. The robbers
galuod cntranco into tho bank by a rear
collar door, au9 then proceeded to Had,
tbo most uvallabl placo to tuuke tho at
tack. From eimo cause, however, thoy
wcro scared off, leaving burnod candles
aud tools behind. Tho whohi town "was
roused beforo daybreak, but tho robbers
escaped toward tho East.
A Crazy Man'a Awful fiaed.
Vixcknnks, I mi., October C Monroo
City, a llttlo town uoar here, was In a
high Btato of excitement last ulght. Joe
Burnett, onoot tho loading and Influential
citizens of that place, In a tit ot Insanity,
shot and mortally wound his old, gray
haired futhor-lu-law who had juHt come
to his homo on a visit, It is said that tho
old gentleman proffered some advlco to1
bis son-in-law, but the latter rogardod'
tho advlco as an Insult rather than as a
lavor, and ho deliberately took ont his
gun and shot the old gentleman In tbo
back as the lattor was leaving. Barnett
Dktkoit, Mich., October 0. It Is now
definitely known that Andrew and George
C. Buchanan, tho fraudulent Loulsvlllo
(Ky.) distillers who so mysteriously dts
appeared from that city on Septombor
!21st Inst, aro quietly sojourning la Wind
sor, Ont., opposlto Dotroit, aid thatthfy
aro contemplating tho establishment of a
distillery or largo liquor store In that
city, provides tho osomary Uocnnos
can bo obtatueil from tho Canadian Gov
crnmout. Will asstt to st.'ilsuis.
Nkw Voiik, Octobor fi. J t Is announced
that the Woman's National Chrintlan
Teroporanco Union will meet In St. Louis
Octobor 23d, itfd, 24th and 25th. FronU
nent lady speakers will occupy soma of
the church pulpits the precsdtag flan
day. October 7th Willi made a day of
prayer by thousands . of local Union
throughout the coitttf.
Shot By a Soldier.
Little Bock, Ark., October C News
received here this morning reports a tor
rlble tragedy at Fort Reno, Indian Terri
tory, a woman named Elliott was shot
dead by a soldier.
Gone to Join Mlia Carpenter.
Nkw York, October C Tho friends of
tho missing Mrs. Henry J. Hart, of Co
lumbla Heights, Brooklyn, still have no
clue to nor wucreabouts. Some of tbo
family say she took a singular Interest
in Miss Carpenter's case. They foar she
may have sailed on ono of Saturday's
steamers to urowa nerseiz as tnat lady
For Hie Health.
CniCAGO, III., October C Lieutenant
Henry Hunt, ot the Grooly relief expedi
tion, arrived lu this city this morning, en
route to Colorado. Whllo In tbo Arctic
regions ho caught a severe cold, from
the effects ot which ho has almost en
tirely lost tho use of his voice. Ho goes
to Loioraao alter a lew days' sojourn in
this city, in the hope of belug benefited
oy me nigner altitude ol Colorado aud
the wurm climate of California.
Caught Him At It
East Saoinaw, Micil, October C Tho
Excelsior Ciothlng Company, consisting
of Moses Kerngood, Beuj. F. Rosenthal
and Ed. II. Doyle, to-day gave chattel
mor g ges aggregating $80,000. It Is al
leged that Doylo discovered that Kern
good, the senior member of the llrru, had
given tho linn's paper for $18,000 for
purposes not connected with the tlrm s
business. Therefore, in order to protect
their creditors, Doyle took the act on
ubove referred to.
St. Louis, Mo , October C This is
children's day at tho great St. Louis
Fair, and tho extensive grounds and
spacious buildings are thronged with t ns
of thousands of little ones, happy In their
uouauy irora scnooi, and especially so In
being ocrmitted to sbend It so nlmisntiMv
on green grass under sheltering trees with
wonaers natural, artitlciaiaud mcchauical
all around them. The proverbial gen
erosity of the management in throwing
ooen the gates to tbo school children at
the city without money and without
price is evidently appreciated by them.
Chicago, III.. October C Delegates
to tho annual Convention of the Federat
ed Trade and Labor organization of the
United States.and Canada which begins
to-morrow are already arriving. . The
delegates will be welcomed in an ad
dresses bv Hon. Julius Grinned anrl Ihn
President of the Trades' Union. Thero
will boa bannuct on ThusdnvovRnlnv nnd
a public meeting on Friday, at which time
tho question ot convict lubor will be dis
cussed. Four hundred delegates are ex
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY,' OCXOHEK 0. 1884.
COTMN-PtcadFt mlddiintr. U',4 llO'ia.
W ii hat Lower: No. Hod, 79J.&'.fHioi
Kn .1 ll.ul ItllUO'TMIir,
jcoHH-AVeaker; No.' 2 mixed, 62W'0i No
2 white mixed, ba&Mc.
UATS-ltlKlior; No. 8. SI'imi(o.
Hvb Weaker; No. 2. GUK&5ma
fl'1MAmnKlrm intra. ,...r. . t
.-ww.. ' ' . .UBB, WIUIUUH I it lllwlww
fu.IXXisl0.00; leaf; common rod leaf, !7-50i
tv.Uw. uitaiiuiu lw KJ"U C.'.wUwlIl.wU.
HAV PrUlfin til HI. illl III I,,- n.lmntnnknl..
, J ,i.,w wi.u.ww
new; ciovor ruuoa, S..U0&I..U0 lor common to
prime: choice now timothy, (11.50)1.00; fan
cy, I UMXHVtM.
ItlTTTICU If iirlinr, nhsilwirst .untr.
!iMuS)o: dairy, ctiolee to tut ey, a.iAui low
iiuos Bictwy; rresn stock, lflo per
PoTAtOKs Dull, at aMMOo per tunnel.
Pohk Stomly; now muss, tltl.50aiH.7.
Lajd yului; prime stunm, 7S.467 ?io.
HAf rtNl ...niril 1II4.'.IIIVj aftm-. ll?Mll.
w - - " " " w,.wlv'ivi ni.wi IMS. .ItfliUj
clout ribs, lu4clU,o, ull imckod.
WooL-Tub-wiisliod. choice. 'i2aai fair,
27a-Mo; din try and low -u'ar-Oo. Unwanhod
Choice medium, wUS.'lc; irood avornifo mo
dium 18'uillk;: ouloctod litrht lino 17'itlHo; Rood
average, ltl)7o; heavy 14 I'ic: coinblntr,
DioikI, -U'lfcilo: comtilntr, low (Trade. WcM'Jo.
IIidkh HlKhcr ami tlrm; dry Hint, 10Ho;
rtuimitfed, MSo; butU or Slavs Mint loo,
suited, Ue; irluu sloek, fx Oronti galt'l, Uo:
.i. ...... ...... i !' ......i ....ir .1,1... ii.... i...ii....
uiiiiiUM.", lalw, irnivHii rtiiM, iiu; lluilROr
MiiKi, fio; jrrucn unuiircd, Uui7'io; damuirud,
ut w , H IUUi UW.
Siikbp I'ltiiTa Wouki (Troon, 65 375a; dry
An 1I1JUII natn nmnnnt iiml film III o rr u,l.
grci'ii sliuurliiijfw, l.ib-Ou. '
WrtRAT Firmer: Oetoher. 77J.'ei Nneem.
ber. 7;'ie; December, bli.a.Hn.u: January.
Colts weaker; tictoiior, fiHc; Novem
ber. 61!4o; year, iMiu; Ja iuary, Aluv.
Oats Mendy; (Jetotior, 2l'4c; Novemtier,
ai?c; Deeeniber, 7e; year, i.li'1.0: Muv.
Foiik Stumly; October. IH.50: venr. S12.70:
lakh llifiner; iieumer, 7.;)7'i; November,
i'7'i January, S7.;i0; Febrintry, .
HllOKT ltlllS Uclober. Kl.lla: November.
WilBAT Weaker; No. 2 Ited. October. H7Vn!
November, Mi'c; IliKOinbur. IMc: Januurv.
Uao; Kelinmry, lUVm .May, iWWti.
Cuhn Klrnier; October, llle; November,
OwVio; IX'ceinlier, nfie; .lamiary, fy); Muy, file.
uatb rirmei , vnoner, iB'c; rtovemoer,
fUJid November, il-",; lieceniber, :Sio.
Live Stock Markets.
llAia Dnnnlttlu (I TJiA, unllim .... a.M
itwi.n ..... .i-. , ,,,m,vw Him iirin.
about lflffiirio lilKher; llirht, fl.7IKiw5.4ll; rouwh
parkliid, HMn'i.M; lieavy mekln? uud
(lATTLR-Knaolnts. H,!K)! fat emtio firm,
common dull; vtportH, m.5.Vi,7.iiU; Kood to
filwilnn. fn.OIKrUl.riO: roinmiiii tn im.il linn ii mi
(5.0.; To x aim, $:i.50'i.4.(ki.
Hiikri rteopipm, l.ooo; Bli'uiig; uimmoo
CATTLK-tlnchunffnd; lair to medium Uir.
A.I0(tTi.6i); llirht butcher' f4.7Ait5.0J; mixed
8mkki Uneliittiireil; common to fair, 1:1.25
CM. HA: good to chokM', H.mU.W. Wcmeru
lambs, B4.flrKiw4.7o; ( umuia laniha, M.nn .15.
Hook Market dull: iroinl to choice York.
era, MArt Vl common and llirht, S4.W)5.I0;
Ohio hiiu WliiblHiirm, K7wft.wU; (food medi
ums scaren at tfi.wtM).
CATTt.it Knetdnt a. 1Vi market stcadv and
utiortiinved; quality irrnerully common;
ll.llOiua.A; R-ixid to choice fhJnplmr, A.40H
fn,nii iMiiiiiiioii in iiiiiuMiiii, cmii.wU, iiuu
era, IS.aJ6H.Ni: oown, foi.rxi gran Texas
Iloos llectilpw, il,:!01; inai ftel KteaJv; lot
1IHJ to IWinnuiiilSHVcriiffe, 4.u;niw5.5ti;lhalnly
Biirkp lU'0eiiW, fr"i; slow, weak nnd ir
MonKy nnd Mtook Market.
Nw Yohk, Oelobru' A. Monoy per
cent. Kxrbumro iulct. 0 overt uunnw simmr;
uurrenry, (IV, 1JT bid: 4', coupon, 1IH bid l
4I4"bIi1. Ton Block market oicnod strtinff
if n Mtty tradinir nnd prices ndvanned f rno-
tlnually imi purohaso hy siiporhnc tlliiies,
natwuHiMT tfii ni to i no ortenina
uiMMrtinlllnir by roc-m trader. At
rmpn there was an Interval or ttafrnfft '
kifoejMttUiotlmo of writing were upk to
SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY.
goods are well made ;nid sewed
with double thread ami will not rip. We have (hem raiHii"
in prices: n
Boys' Suits from .4.50 to 8 IX00 ix Suit
School Suits, from to M.OOaSi.if. '
Ohildron's Suits, from i3.r(.) to ll.OOuJriiit
We also have all grades of Boys' While and Colnred Shir s.
Children's Waists, and Hoys' an l Children's Odd Pants.
.jgrPl"Usigive us act)!, ih wo. will ninny von Hi,, latgoxt k(ocI nr Ko.vh' and
Children'! Suits, aii'ljiUji lowest jirjei's.
M. VVKUNKU Scr SON.
HATS AND GENTS'
E. .:. A.. .:.
101 Commercial Ave.,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 13erlin and Aato AVaro,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Cooler. & Tee ('ream Freezers.
A?ent fur Adams &, Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas stovefl, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Mows, Walking Cultivator,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 -& 33,
TKLKPIIONIO NO. 20.
WM. LUBW1G & CO,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, ' Shawl Straps,
and Oil and 'Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
RepuirlriK done on Short Notice iu tlioir Lin. of Bu.incts. Exsmlno good, and pri
ces Luloro purcliHHing vlHcwhuru. The largest stockdn tho city at 133 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Lndwig & Co.
e. a. burnett;
Boogoerciai Job Printer,
A tho Public Schools are about
to re-open, we call your attention
to our large new Fall Stock of
of the very latest styles. These
I.LI NO IS.
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLAT IS D-W A. K E.
I5T Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
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Dealers in All Kind, of-