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THE DAILY ' OAlttO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOliflINO, OOTOBEtt 9, 1884.
WANTBD-Ae Indnntrlon Tonne mm to learn
th cl.lhlng bullae... Plrat-clmi pifiri'iict'i
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108 Commercial Avnvna.
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T710K 8ALK Hyil"tk Jnmp-'t iurrov. llit price
x' tub. new.K.ua jod, ror lisi. inquiro ui n. a.
E10K H AUK. New noma Sowing Machine right
from tue r.ctory, it.i price i:w ror 13". k. a
DDK SALE. Ha; dock Phui'tnn, n-w, ht price
a jjKP, ror iiii .i. itquire or Jt. a. uutnuu, iiunc
FOK RBNT Cuhl'i ro.idonce pnpi-rty, r. cor
8 nd Uoluroolc Ao Fine story brick rcnl
dunce of 10 room, elegantly flutrhod In nindurn
trie; barn, out-houfia. etc. Lar;e yard with fruit
and ihrubory, Kent low to a stood tenant.
M. .I.HOWLEV, Agent.
FOR RENT-The largo, Mmmodlou. unro room
and bamrucnt on Lcrtm at., below 8th .1., r
ccntlv occupied by N. B. Thtmlewood & Uro.
W. J. llowi.gr, Agent.
OR RENT Residence proporty of Col. Ja. 8.
K..Hn nn Klftenntri .irtiet. Home cnmuln.
ten room, baa all needed couv nicocua and n In
good condition generally.
M. J. HOWLKT, Real Etato Agent.
Additional locals on third page.
Davidson wants a good tinner at
ihop on Eighth street.
Col. Iludson is at liome for a few days
from his plantation in Chicot county, Ark.
Mr. Hal. Armstrong, a prominent law
yer of Metropolis, was in tlie city yesterday.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Stuigiiln!s saloon
and restaurant, corner .Six'h and commer
cial. t tf.
Judge Barker addressed an assem
blage of Republicans at the courthouse
Mr. Ward, an old citiz-n mil
prominent lawyer of Charleston, Mo., died
There was a large and enthusiastic
meeting of the s'cond ward club at the
Rough and Ready fire company's hall last
All who wish to tako lessons in Prof.
Hagan's new art of making pictures must
enroll their names before Stturdav after-
An Independent German club in Cleve
land, 0.,orer 8000 strong and still growing,
has come out squarely for Cleveland and
Mrs. Capt. McBride loft yesterday for
Kansas City on a visit. She will, on the
return trip, spend several days visiting
friends in St. Louis.
Mrs. Q. W. R.Corliss and daughter
Lottie returned Tuesday by the Gus Fowler
from a visit of several weeks to Dixon
Springs and Metropolis.
lion. Carter Uwrison, the next gover
nor of Illinois, is a native of Kentucky, and
will be glad to shake hands with a couple
of thousand Kentucky Democrats on the
Mr. Hawkins, young and active not
withstanding bis ninety odd yearn, is doing
a good job of pointing up, overhauling
and general repairs on the Peter Ehs prop
erty, on Eighth street.
Mr. Ed Gray, business manager of
William's "Little Dutchess" combination,
arrived in the city yesterday. II is party
are on the boards of the opera house Sat
urday night, Oct. 18.
Captain Shields has takeu possession
of his new house, a perfect gem, furnished
in keeping with its appearance -and will
herealter enjoy the' miseries of housekeep
ing and the pleasure which overbalance it.
Do not lose the Opportunity of learn
ing the new art of making life-size por
traits at Prof, and Mrs. Hagan's art school.
Go and seo the marvelous work done by
their pupils, and enroll your names for next
Mr. Frank Neibauer, the Dongola mil
ler, a successful and popular business man,
was in the city yesterday. Mr. lleibnuer is
candidate for the state senate and is by all
odds the strongest man on the Republican
A colored man was knocked on the
head in a house on Fifth street Tuesday
night, and lay all day yesterday unconsci
ous, in the cellar of Scott's Congress with
the chance against his ever recovering.
Ilia name is Frank Burgess.
Capt. Ed Murray, who built the cele
brated confederate gunboats Merimac, Ar
kansas and Louisiana, was in the city yes
terday on his way to Paducth where he
will build fourteen barges lor which he
has just closed the contract at St. Louis.
The Chess, Carley Co. have purchased
a number of lots in the vicinity of the Cairo
Cotton Seed Oil mills, and as soon as they
get possession the lotsre now leased by
the oil company will erect houses for the
reception of their oil tanks now lying ex
"posed below The Halliday.
The roan who assorts his manhood in
politics is the man who votes the independ
ent county ticket. The man who votes the
party ticket is the blind slave of the com-
I t il a..
uinations wnicn control nominations. Tho
wr a w tnr vnt, Pini.l.1!. . e i . i
county to do is to stand by your principles
: and scratch your ticket.
Smith & lirinkmeyer having just re-
oelred a complete stock for a Orst-clas
merchant tailor establishment, consisting
of the best and latest designs of all the
foreign makes of woolen cloths, cassiuierei
tc, which they will sell at the lowest
figures aDd guarantee satisfaction. Pleaso
call and have jour first choice while tho
Itock tl full. su&tli3w
Wt bad a special reporter at the
fhleldV reception Tuesday evening, ami ez
pected to give our readers a full account of
it, fresh and crisp, yestorday morning, but
the said reporter, overcome by the heat or
by drinking ice water and. things got a
"rabbit foot' in his pocket and failed to
findjtheofflco. Notwithstanding the report
er's failure, the affair was a fine thing and
delightfully successful, A pretty full ac
count of it barring the speech of O'Hara
and others, will be found in another col
umn, The Illinois Cent rat trains yesterday
forenoon came in from two to six hours late
owing to a wreck on the lino near Belleville
caused by one train trying on tho main line
to pass another so much too long fur the
sidetrack that tho end projected over like a
fishing rod. Considerable breaking up of
rolling stock without damage to life or
limb was tho result.
The County Democratic Central com
mittee are "on the war path," in earnest.
It is composed of the ri"ht kind of men
and the right kind of metal to mako the
campaign a red hot one for tho Republican-Butler-Prohibition
opposition in this coun
ty, and they now propose to do it. Several
hundred dollars were subscribed yesterday,
to defray expenses of the Carter Harrisou
St. Louis is a slow town ; anything will
excite it. The union depot Tuesday bub
bled over with excitement that reached out
to tho evening papers over the Devil's
Auction" beating the "My Partner" combi
nation into the depot on different roads,
tho Devil's Auction" train leaving Chica
go ten minutes behind the other and arriv
ing ten minutes ahead -a gain of twenty
minutes in the run.
At Murphysboro, Sparta and DuQuoin,
Mr. Thomas falsely charged that while Mr.
Albright was a member of the legislature
of this state bo was not a member of the
committee on mines and mining. The
question wrb raised by Thomas at a time
when he knew that Albright had not the
recordson hand. By reference to House
Journal of Illinois, 1875, page C3 will 1 e
found: "Committee on mines and mining:
Mooney, chairman; Gehring, Weigler, Al
bright, Rankin of St. Clair, Hoffman, Sal
ter, Stewart, Gundy, King, Moses, Lewis,
McWhorton. This is another infamous lie
of Thomas' nailed to the wall.
Tho Georgia minstrels last night was a
perfect success as regards the performance,
but owing to tho inclement weather the
audience was not so large as it would have
beon if tho weather had been tu re favora
ble In justice to tho troupe, although
composed of colored men eutirely, wo must
say they have but few equals on the road.
The olio was Dno and tho singing especial
ly good. Chaa. Humm, one of the endmen,
has no superior in his specialties. Tho
l-anjo solists and the quartette, jig dances
also deserve great praise. Tho company as
a whole are first-class artists, and should
they over visit Cuiro again will receive a
A gentleman, examining his Bon on
the geography of the county, yesterday
caught our attention and reminded us how
little children arc taught in small matters
pertaining to their own country. Of 100
children studying geography in our
public schools, rlve-tenthB of them do not
know what township they live in; nine-
tenths do not know where Cache river, the
nly stream of any size that runs through
the county, rises; half of them would be at
sea if asked what counties bound Alexan
der on the north and east, and lew of them
could tell on tho moment what towns there
are in the county or point tho direction in
which one should go as the crow flies to
Tho pocket edition of the B. & O.
Red Book for the current year is undeniably
one of tho handiest and most completo lit
tle text books of all the political publica
tions of tho present campaign. It is of
convenient sizd for the pocket, and a per
fect cyclopedia of facts, embracing every
state in the Union. Just the points moBt
wauted are shown in a nut shell. Presi
dential, congressional, state and legislative
elections are indicated, while the notes cov
er important results from tho very admis
sion of the states. Stamp and address for
warded to O. K. Lord, tho well known gen
eral passenirer airent of the B. & O.. at
Baltimore, will secure a copy, thero being
uo other charge.
Mr. A. H.Irvin, Independent candi
date lor re-election to tho office of circuit
clerk, has been tried by tho people in vari
ous i fDces within their gift and has tilled
them to the entire satisfaction of all. Dur
ing the four years term just passed he has
always, early and late, been at iis post
looking to the best interest of tho people
and employing uo deputy, as ho believed
the duties of the office could bo best per
formed by tho principal. Will tho think
ing men of tho Republican party vote for
tho candidate presented to them by a few
party managers, an inexperienced man who
if elected must delegato his duties to a dep
uty ;or will they voto for Mr. Irvin, who Is
a candidate of no party or clique, but, if
ducted, will be clectod by tho people re
gardless of politics? We have faith in tho
educated, reading, thiuking people of Alex
ander county, and that faith says Mr. Irvin
will be his own successor by an increased
majority over tho vote of four years ago.
Sent Free for Six Cents Postage,
K,niuc'Jtly illustrated cataloguo
(1,500 illustrations), b
MERMOD & JACCAItD JEWELRY CO..
TPIll tth tknri T nnit,.t Ui.. CI t '
j When in St. Louie Cam. om Tuem. 7
GONE WITH THE GALE,
'Ton Mon Moot Their Fato on tho
Lako in Sight of
A Frail Shanty at tie Inlet of tho Lako
Tunnel Blown Away A Decpor
ate Struggle for Life.
Heroic Work of the Llfe-Savlng Crew
Four Men Rescued Awful Sus
pense in the Dark.
A Perilous Situation.
Chicaoo, Iix., i ctober 8. Tho storm
last nlgbt blew away tho small shauty lit
which tho laborers employed in tho Inlet
to tho lake tunnel at Hyde Park word
lodged. It was set on piles about one
m le from shore. Sixteen nun In all
were employed. By tho carrying uway of
tho shanty, tuey were lull clinging to tho
stringers or beams In a niOHt perilous po
sition. It is feared that some oi theiil
have been swept away by the waves uud
drowned, as a survey of tho situation
by aid of a Held glass revealed the forinJ
of only eight men. The life saving crew
has beeu sent for and . are now on tholi
way for the rescue ot tho men. Ouo man,
Jake Carton, caino ashore on aplauk thli
morning at South Chicago.
TK.N LIVES LOST.
2. r. m. The life-saving crew havu
succeeded In rescuing (our persons, and
It la now known that ten of thoso on tlw
frail pier when tho storm burst upon them
were drowued. .
l'TKY OFTHK 8TOKM.
Tho storm was one of gre t fury. It
blew up'very suddeuly and tho work of
destroying tho temporary structure was
quick and complete. Tho men bad no
means of escape bey nd one small boat,
w icb is suppose 1 to have gone adrift.
1ILACKNESS OF NIGHT.
When tho storm first struck tho pi r
a number of unfortunate men were car
ried luto the lae with tho wreckage of
tbelr building, aud were compelled to
battle for their lives with little to aid
them cyoud stray pieces of floating tim
ber In tho darkness of nlgbt. Few fact
are obtainable at this hour, and only an
outllue of the disaster. '
FKDKKATION OF THAMES.
Second Day's Sassion of the Unions at
Chicago, III., October 8. The second
day's r esslon of tho Federation of Trades
and Labor Unions opened at 9 :30 this
morulug. Tho President called for re
ports of committees. No committee
being prepared to submit a report, tho
Convention listened to a petition pre
sented by Delegate Gabriel Edmonstonln
behalf ot female operatives who wero
participants in and suffered In con
sequence of tho late strike of the Teleg
raphers' Union. A delegate moved that
t e petition with tbe report of. toe com
mitbti having it In charge, which had in
fluenced NubBCrl,ulons to the amount of
about $170, bo spread on the records.
This was ordered done.
I u the report of tbe Committee on Legis
lation tbe subject of tbe admission to tbo
Convention as a delegate of Jacob Selig
to represent tbe Progressive Clgarmak
crs' Union wai considered, and a recom
mendation made that tho Progressive
Union bo not allowed representation.
When tbe mut er was put to a voto, some
discussion took place. By far the gr ater
number of delegates looked upon the
Progressive Union as a very shady enter
prise and one that should bo by no means
countenanced. The prlnterdelajatea pres
ent bclk-vcd from all Information tbey
had on the subject that tho Progressive
cigar-makers were "rats" and should be
put down on geueral principles. Tho
eastern delegates assert that the Progres
sive Cigar-makers' Union was essentially
a socialistic organization, and as such
was unworthy a place In the Federation.
One delegate defends tin Progressives on
tbe ground of tbelr support of tbe Cin
cinnati cigar-makers' strike. Delegate
Bland, of Cincinnati, objected to this
statement, and claimed tbat It was not In
tbo power of the Progressive Union to
aid the International Uulon In any diffi
culty; that Its being uu antagonistic or
ganization was enough to deny It a place
lu the Federation.
Tho following tekgram was read:
Tlio New Jersey F.luht Hour U'limio sends
rou fnvt'tliiK, and urifftt you to take uutlou on
lie eight-hour queKtlon.
To this the reply below was at onco re
Federation of Trales mturns (rreetjnif.
Decided ucllou will bo taken on the eight
Recess was then taken to cnablo tho
Committee on Legislation to completo
Hs -Dared to Do It and Suffjred
Nkw IIavkn, Conn., October 8. Tho
house of Dr. Zluk, In Bradford, nlno
Inlles from here, was entered about 1 a.
ta. to-tlay by pers ns unknowu, and the
luocior was so s; vol e.y neatcn tnat It is
feared ho can not live. Tho miscreants
took his money and a $:'50 watch. But
ils property was nfte ward recovered, be
ing found scattered about tho house.
Dr. Zmk has been engaged lu tho prose
cution of persons violating the liquor
aws, und It may bo that tho uffalr lstmo
Of revenge. No clew.
CitADKoitD, Conn., October 8. Dr.
Zink Is still ulivc, but will probably die.
The crime Is believed to bo ono of re
venge. An Irishman named Doughorty
was punished by Justice Zluk fur drunk
cunoss and bo Is looked upon ui tho per
petrator. Direotora' Meeting.
Nkw Yoiik, October S.Tho Wcstorn
UnloT) hold Its annual meeting to-do y
'I'reMdont urcon presented his report,
,whlch shows the affairs of tho company
mi guuu tunmuuii, uuaougn tno strike oi
operators la this fiscal year caused heavy
Expenditures. Tho old board of dlreu.
tors were elected with tho exception of
E. D. Morgan taking the placo of tho late
Augu-tns Schcll, and A. It. Vauncst, who
succeous is, v. iiaiuwia,
The Nw Japanese MlnuiUr.
Chicaoo. III.. October 8. ills Excel
lency Kukl, tho new Japanese MlaUterto
tho United Nt-itiu. srrlvnd wifhIM. anlt
thli morning over tho Chicago & North
western nanway en route to Washington,
' Will bi Defeated NtTjmber 10th."
Nkw Voitic, October 8. It has boon
agreed that the glove contest between
Laflin and Sullivan shall take place at
; Madison Square Garden about November
Stabbed by a Bough.
Tolkdo, O., October 8. Last nlgbt U
a druukon brawl at Deshler, O., Chariot
Stevenson, a mulatto, was stabbed In tht
neck by a youug rough from Napoleon
named Balrd. His jugular was neari
sevored and ho is In a critical condition,
Charged With a Grave Crlm
Wilijamsvilijc, III., Octobor 8.
James G. Wilson, a wealthy cattle dealej
and a former prominent politician of 1111.
nols, was arrested to-day at Suramrvlllo,
Kan., charged with tbo seduction of a
fourteen-year-old girl who resided wits
her pa'euts at that place.
He Drank Pruasio Ao d in His Tea,
F.UKiiuito, III , Octobor 8 L-s ulghl
while Dr. Mcintosh win outing hlssuppei.
he deliberately pour ru.ssic acid Into
his tea and d:a. k P, death resulting al
most Instantly. He wis a graduate ol
tho Berlin Medical Collvgo, nnd was con
nected with some of tlw wealthy famll.es
of that city.
A Bope-Walker Ends Ills L..U With I
Wausaw, III, UD'ier 8. Charlei
Morris, formerly a tojie dancer and va
riety actor, went to Ins room last night,
and, loading u t-h jt-gu i, l.iuw his brains
out. Ho was dying with Brlght'sdlseas
of tho kidney, un I this, with being i
burden to his friends, caused him to end
his llfo by his own luiuis.
A New N.wj Company.
Nkw York, October 8. Tho Mutual
News Company has b en incorporated.
Capitol, half il million. George F. Wll.
Hams, of tho 7eAiM is i rcsldeut. As a
basis of organization It will purchase the
plant of tho Herald delivery systom. The
company propose io do bu-i less through
out tho Uuitud states and Canada.
Cincinnati, O , October 8 The Dis
trict Court this morning; staved tin exo-
cution of sentence of Joe Palmer, tho
murderer of Kirko, aud on Saturday will
decide tbe question ot whether the cae
will go to tbe Supreme Court. Judge
Maxwell, in disposing of tho motion, said
there were several grave aud important
qu stlous tbat should have due consid
eration. Palmer was tobuugOctoberlOth.
M ARK IDT ltlSPOUTS.
Or&in and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEIt 8, 1884.
Cotton Steady; uililUlinK. U'.i W j.
Klooji Steady: .XXX to cnoioo, fcs.t5.35i
)Whkat Steady; No. i Ked. "lia'.OVJ;
No. 3 tied. ti!'vii,7u'iO.
Uoiui Weaker; No. Jralxod. W&'Aa No.
! white mixed, sac.
Oats-firmer. No. e. X6Ho.
KVK-Uull; No. 2. 510.
ToaACOo-rViu: lmrss common to choice
fG.0OaiU.U0: loar; common red loaf, $7.5oJ
iO.UU: medium to Kood SU.OJjjn.OO.
Hav PrulrlM !).u0jIU.(W tor prlino to choice
now: clovor mixcxj, JK.uOiiliOO tor common u
prime: choico now timothy, tll.&0,u.00; (au
HUTTiit Holier: cholcoto fancy creamery
25uioo: dairy, ciiotoo to lunuy, ttA&!io; low
Koos Vuli-t; fresh stock, lflo per dozen.
Potato Steady, at itUiM'io per bmhoi.
Pokk Stoady; now met. lfi. M'Alti.li.
Lako yul.it: prime steam. "VftT'ie.
BAOO.N-Lonirs, lusluo: tshorts. Uli
11 o; clear ntiA, lUS'iAlUa, all packed.
Wool Tub-washed. cIioioh. ZJiiL'iM'An- fuiR
?!'t&o; Ulnwy and low 2f.fl31o. L'nwashod
jCtioloe tnodium, i&l'i'ii-lc; good avorairo mo-
oium n mm: Doiociu'i iignt nne 17JiSj; (fool
average, IO(OI7o; heavy Htdjliic: comblmr,
Dio xl, aj'(WI 4o: comolmi, low grades, ll)Mi,
, HlOKS-Hltfhor and firm; dry flint, 10o;
damaged, l;t'o; bulls or stags rllnt Wo,
Halted, Uo; glou stouk.-Ac. ftruoii walto I, Uo;
damagod, To; veal calf skins, ll'o: bulls or
stags, SSo: groon uucured, 07'ie; damagod,
6Jfo ; glue. lie.
Silkkp Pklm Woak: groon. OSTSo; dry.
do, 4UitiV)o as to amount an 1 quality or wool;
green shuarlings, Ui0)o.
Whkat Weakui: No. 3 Itort, October. H6'4o;
Novumbur, su: Do. eiibur, wc-.c; January,
Vlo; February, Id io; May, (is'iu.
(John Weaker: October, 2o; November,
tt)u; Uouombor, 5-lu; January, Muy,
oats Firmer; Octobor, 'tio: November,
8i!W, December, :rJ!,o.
WllKAT Weaker: October. TSo; Novem
ber, 7S'4c: ljcombjr, 7'J VuVOo; January,
aWftHOV;: Mav, n7e.
Cons; Lower; Octobor, 55c; November.
6:Jo; year, We; Ja.uiry, il'Jic; luy,
Oats r Inner; October, M'io; November,
27!e; December, a7;'ei year, ttic; May,
I'oiiK-Stcady; Ootober, flil.M; year, 112.55;
January, ia.r7 i.
Laiio Weaker: October, f7.l5; November,
$7.:ti'4; December, f'.tf'i; January, f:..V;
HiioiiT Hi km October, t',1,80; November,
97.oU; January, fH.iV',.
Livm Ktock Markets.
Hons Itooolpn, lii.nm; active and firm,
KUdOo higher; 1 if lit, tl.KVA.tL; rnutrli pack
ing, ft.lHKu.mi; heavy paoltiiii ami flipping,
UATTI.H KocolpH, H,um; ht'iilv; exports,
$D.50'i7.aO: good to eliolue, t'l.'ftjJd.W; com
mon to lair, '4.0 M&j.-'j.
riiiKKP lleoclpts, ,UJjj inferior to eholoo,
(lAvi'i.R-otnsrlngs llfliii fecllnr weak and
price Kti'iidy: good to elioic HtenrH, M.(10nA
fl.iio; fair to uood naMve t-hliipln Htcer.
.". tr.j"t.O. l ; common to lair luitclier' grades,
4.f0"'"i.0i: good to choice through 'J'uxans,
NiiHM' anii I.AMliH-lirerlngs light: market
steady for slieep; lamlm lower; common to
fair, tMVXr, good to choice, t,l,floiMO; Can
adit lambs, tl.'H'H.'u.
Hons Demand fair, lint hardly enough to
quote here; miles lew; Yorkers at i.2.iii8.80.
t HiMW-ltoeelpM, V0) (Heady: lots of 209 to
4:d IliH. averago, H.WKri.'i mulnly nt 4.tf(Ki6
Hiikkp Heed)lA, weak and un
Money and Htoak Market.
H.tf Vflliu. Ontihril H -Unnnv iffhll nnn
rnt.. tinr stiver, llos. ' rHo-ks lower aftnr
ltl.ll., ,M. .."-it iiw nt" nil."! mi
II a. m., prior tailing off u u M MMd
rally of H to ? took platto. Coupons ;
loot 4v4'a, 11::': 4's, lint Paolflo sn of
ImIi. nifiCHS in in niMTiiiHin ni.rnngfir. in-
.peclally Union ruullluatid 1'iinlflr Mull, which
rose to bMi and MH ro p K-tlvetv, (n tho
..I I ti....lt... a...t f,..l L U...t.
ninur llllllil. hihiiimii w nun .fiMN.i ltro n nnw
Mill woie weaker. Mdmg down-' to Si foi
lormi'r mm r-i nr imu-r. i.miiiiiiiiii writB i.u
redtiotion en dividend from to 1H per cent.
. . . ,t , I . 1. . .. l. M.tfl .Mf.HM
'lUIH HI IJ ! i' nMVN
CATTi.K llecelpm, 2,101, mn'nly rangern!
mitlvo Klilpplng wanted, other weak ami
.lower: unlive hhlpplng, 1,'J 0 tn I.NiU IIik.,
ri.SII'M.&i; ill) H.Ml to 1,1V) 11)4, nvo-iige, S.ViJ
6 11'! fei iloiN, ;i.;.V'(.l.lll; gras 'l oxns ot ierx.
SCHOOL OPENS' MOKDAY."
Wiai goods are
with double thread ami will
Boys' Suits, from 84.50 to S18.0G a Suit
School Suits, from 53.50 to M.OOaSnif.
Children's Suits, from
Ve also h ivc all grades of
Children's Waists, and Boys'
frtfTleagfteivfl ih a c til, m wti will
Children's yuits and at the lowest jiriep.
M. VVERNEIt Ac SON.
HATS AND GENTS'
104 Commercial Ave.,
IlM cowiir tCUL AV.
STOVES, -:- EAIGES, -:- TIN,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
A fife nt for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasnliue and (Jns toven, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled l'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers. Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TKIiKPIIONK NO. UO.
WM. LUDWiG & 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 POJI THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Rupnlrlngduno on Short Notice in thnir Lp of Buttbices. Examine goods and pri
ces Luloru purclmiing eUuwIicru. Tho largest stock in tho city at 133 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Ludwicr & Co.
E. A. BURNETT,
Commercial Job Printer,
A'S tho Public Schools are about
. to re ODCll. we call vouratimiHnn
large new Fall Stock
of the verv latest stvles. TIipso,
well made and sewed
not rip. We have them ranging
2.5()to ll.OO a fcuit
Hovs' White and Coined hir s,
an I Children's Odd rants.
nhow yon thw largest Htock ftf Roye' and
A. .:. BUDER,
ESTAHLISIIED i 801.
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLATE D.-AV A. H E.
Mnsical Instruments. St. Louia Prices Duplicated.
- - - ('AIM ILL-
and Agato "Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Dealers in All Kinds of-