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THE DAILY UAlftO BULLETIN FRIDAY MOKN1NG, OOTOBEB 10, 1884,
WANTED An tndnnlrlouv young man tolonrn
tU cUtblng bitumen, first rltn rrnrvncvi
wool oi. A. ft J. LEVY,
If lot Commercial Avncue.
FOH K ALK Hayrtuck Jump teat turror, lint orlce
. IS, now, g.od Job, for 1M). InqalroofK A.
FOH H A LK. N.w Home Sowing Machlue right
from the factory, llat price $50 for , K. A.
FOH 8 ALE. Uajrdock Phaeton, new. lift trlco
ffou. for f U.-lnquir of B. A. Iiurnott, llullo
FOB BUNT Cuhl'i residence property, i. e. cor
vaanil HolU-oolc Ave. Kino a amry brick resi
dence of 10 rooms, elegantly fl'iUbed Id modern
tyle: barn,otu-houiai. etc. Large yatd with fruit
Ud turaborr. Kent low to a eood tenant.
M. J.HOWLKV, Agout.
Til OR KENT The large, eaumodlnna More room
J- atil banemonton Levee t., below 8th it., ro-
Cently occupied by N. B. Thlotlewond S Bro.
M. J. Howlit, Agent
FOR RKNT R'ildence property of Col. Jan. 8.
B ardeo on Flfteentu atreot. Uonae contain.
ten Mom, haa til needed couv nlences and ta in
, rood condition gencally
M.J. HOWLKY, Real XnUte Agent.
Additional locals on third page.
Fiesh Oysters at Joe Stoagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Six'h and commor
If the weather clerk turns the crank
favorably, the 10:h will bo u day long to
Practically, not grain itically, speaking:
"Of all sad words of tongue or pen, The
s&ddi&t are these: 'It might lie Bun.'"
All wh.i wish to tako lessons in Prof.
Hag ia's new art of making pictures must
enroll their names before S.iturday after
noon. According to George Alfred Townnend,
Carl Schurz has two sisters working as mil
liners in St. Louis. He fails, however, to
give their address.
W. B. Pettis hac just laid in a full
stock of choice, fresh family uroceiies and
it would be well for all familcs to lay in a
Bupj ly. Telephone No. 71.
"Will Cleveland retire!" ask the Re
publican papers. We thick not. IIu sel
dom retires until after dark, and it grows
lighter all the time. The Blaine show will
retire in November.
The Thomas Martaiu farm of 200 acres,
mostly under a high state of cultivation,
located near Commercial Point, was pur
chased recently by J. W. Spies of Cairo.
The price paid was $3,000.
Thursday, the 16ih, will be a great
"Democratic Day" in Cairo. It ought to
be cnde a gala day by all our citizuns.
Let Ml the houses be decorated with flags
and i.t night with Chinese lanterns.
An Arkansas sheriff complains that
his business is ruined by competition. Ev
ery time be has an opportunity to make a
fee of $10, a vigilance committee comes
aloD..' and does the work for nothing.
Do not lone the opportunity of learn
ing the new art of making life-size por
traits at Prof, and Mrs. Hagan's art school.
Oo and see the marvelous work dono by
their pupils, and enroll your names for next
The office of the Iron Mountain rail
road is now permanently located in the
building corner of Levee and Fourth street,
formerly tho Three States house. Mat.
Wal h takes charge on thesis' proximo.
The muBicale of tho W. C. T. U. last
night was well attended and very success
ful. Tho receipts at the dor were $25. An
interesting programme wag given, and the
cake and ice-cream were thoroughly
Professor Hobson, a Texts scientist,
thicks that if the government would appro
priate $3,000,000 he could discover wheth
er or not the moon Is inhabited. This
matt be the original Ilobson who mnde tho
The signal service has issued a special
bulletin for last month that is about as in
teresting to tho people of this country as a
last year's bird's nest. If they would issue
an October bulletin, telling the truth, it
woo I J be more to the point.
"Everybody must grow old, you know
iny dear madam," said a physician to a
lady, who evidently looked up m the ro
maik as personal, for sh promptly replied,
"Not everybody, doctor; a g'cat many of1
your patients will . never grow old." -Brooklyn
-The cold wave caught a great many
in in unprepared stato, and the air yester
day was filled in all parts of the city with
ashi s, soot and stove-pipe profanity, as the
boi l of the house- sweat and strovo and
woro bocauso a six-inch pipe would not
go into a five-inch hole.
Miss Rider, of Cliicauo, is in the city
in ttUndaoce on the couuty Sunday school
convention which is lu seaaion here, since
yesterday morning. A session will be held
this forenoon, this afternoon and the work
will clots this evening. Tho conven
tion Is held io the Presbyterian church.
--Prof. IJaj'an's portrait school is pro.
greeting nicely. Ut pupils are all perfect
ly delighted with the new system, which
has enabled them all to place on exhibition
drawings as fine as steel engravings,
though only one week has been devoted to
the work. Only three days more remain
for llioae now contemplating learning this
saw art to enroll ihoir names for the next
A ton year old sod of Jtoger Austin of
JWallingford, Connecticut, wrapped worsted
around the head of a pin and fired it
through a blow plpo at various objects
with more or less success. At last be suck.
cd it back int his throat. Sixteen doctors
tried to get it out and failed, and the boy
was sent to the New York hospital, where
the operation of tracheotomy was success
fully performed, but the pin was not found,
because it had gone too fur to be reached
with any of the usual instruments. They
kept the boy alive, however, while a spec
ial instrument was made at Philadelphia,
and when it arrived they captured the pin.
An advertisement of tho Oglesby
meeting at Mound City to-morrow will be
found in another column. Special trains
will run to morrow forenoon and to
morrow evening. The time card "will be
found in the advertisement. Oen. Oglesby
is a good talker and should call out a large
crowd from Cairo without regard to politi
cal bias, but ho will not be the next gover
nor of Illinois.
Will D. Christman, well known to all
old and young Cuiroites, who has for the
last tight years been engaged in newspa
per work id Fredonia, Kan., is in the city
ou a visit to his mother and sisters ou
Twelfth street. Since leaving Cairo, Will
has wheeltd into line with the balance of
us mtrriud men, and, not like soma of
them, Bradley and Henderson and Tom
Winter and so forth, he has jewels three,
girls and boys, to enhance tho pleasures
and increase the expenses of domestic life.
At the exhibition given by Keeley of
his "new', motor power" as an explosive for
use in fire arms, the small cannon used was
charged from two gas reservoirs which he
called "positive" and "negative," and fired
by tapping the gas chamber with a ham
mer. The merest tyro in chemistry knows
that there are many gases whose combina
tion produces an explosion sufficient to
give a powerful projectile force, yet the ex
periments of Keeley are pronounced "won
derful" by a dozen officers ' of the United
The city has a rock pile at last, a
small one, but a beginning. There is not
enough of it to utilize the husbanded ener
gy of the tramps and vags and other law
breakers who wander arouad in strange
places and lose themselves in the city jail,
but enough for a starting point. The
Bulletin has always advocated s rock
pile in the jail yard. It would have a ten
dency to reduce the number of regular
boarders and give to tho city, by degrees
better streets. The small rock pile refer
red to is at corner of Eighth and Washing
ton: A large rock pile, il it gave ub paved
streets in front of one block annually
would but what's tho usoof talking.
The alarm of fire yesterday forenoon
was occasioned by tho partial burning of
the one-story tenement house on Poplar,
corner Thirteenth street. An old woman
occupying one of the rooms, it seems, built
a fire leaving it to run in a sort of "go-as-you-please"
manner, and it chose to set
firn to the bed from which it was com
municated to tho wood work of the build
ing. The fire companies were promptly on
hand the Uiberniaus getting first water
and the fire was quickly placed under
control, not however until the house ha 1
been wrecked and tho roof, partitions and
part of the walls were destroyed. The
wind was in tho right direction, and had
tho whole house got under headway, the
fine establishment of Smith Bros, and P. J.
Tnistlewood's residence would have been
placed in imminent danger. The building
was owned by Smith Bros, and insured
for $500 with II. H. Candee's agency.
The hanging of Wash Fletcher, the
negro murderer of. his mother-in-law, in
Puducah, Friday, has spread the greatest
consternation among the negro fraternity
of our neighboring city, extending even in
to the country adjacent. These Bimplo
minded people imagiue tho murderers
ghott to be walking about in the dead
hour of night in search of those who were
in any way instrumental in his death. The
black prisoners confined iujnii huddle to
gether as night falls in the most alji'ct
fright, all agreeing that the disembodied
spirit can bo plainly distinguished, shaking
the fastenings of the jail doors or rattling
the strong iron bars which guard the win
dows, generally making night hideous and
horrible. A gentleman on tho Fowler said
yesterday that a small settlement of ne
groes below Puducah would positively be
depopulated in the next two or three days
should the ghostly visitations from Fletch
er's vermilion home continue. The poor
negroes at the gathering of night hie them
selves, mcu women and children, to a hugo
log burn near the river bank and there
hold high carnival during the long hours of
darknesf, which includes prayers, hymnB,
and nearly everything tUo orthodox, ex
cept tho contribution box in hopes that the j
spirit may bo induced to haunt them no
more. Many families have already vacated
their homes and sought refuge lu Metropo
lis and Bronklyn, while otheM are' prepar
ing to leave at an early date. The'villian
Fletcher had a potent icfluenco ovet the
colored people in that section was a kind
of half doctor, and was said by the negroes
to have Voudou powers, whatever that may
be, and previous to his execution he threat
ened his ghost should return and average
things up, and tho poor devils believe the
promise is being kept. We think pro'bab.
ly if fair tetma were offered to his ghost
ship he might bo induced to pay Cairo a
visit and try his baud at an attempt to ie
duco the Republican nib,rity in Alexander
county. Capt. Shields and his associates
I will probably take the hint.
A Thousand Chinese Slain in ths
Valloy of the Upper Loo
Johnnie Orapeau Playing With the Lion'a
Tail-The Animal Already Show
ing Its Teeth to the Boors.
Two Dauntless and Dantless Editors Fight
a Bloodless Duel Other For
' eign News.
Siuaaiui, October 9. Tho French
fleet has ceased bombarding Tlon Tsln
having completely razed oil the torts and
earth-works In tho viclulty and compelled
the Chines troops to retlro. Foreign
residents la tho city esoapod lujury but
their bouses were badly wrecked.
TUB FRANCO-CHIN KSK WAIL
Paris, October 9. General Brioro Do
Lisle iiai telegraphed to the Government
confirming the report announced from
Hanoi yesterday of an engagement be
tween tho French and Chinese In the val
ley of. the Loo Chuan River, Touquin.
Tho encounter took place Monday. The
Chinese were trying to execute an offensive
movement ou the Upper Loo Chuan River.
They lost 1,000 meu. Captain Dey net of the
French Foreign Legion was killed and
Lteuteuaut Bartelle wounded. General
Ngrler's column has gone up the
l'Uu ung River t- cut off the retreat of
BTOPPIKQ KNOLISU MKBCUAXTMKN.
Suakouai, October 9. French cruisers
have stopped and boarded the Eogtlsh
merchant steamers plying betweeu Amoy
and the Island of Formosa.
Los don, October 9. Hon. W. E. For
ster presided at the conference held at
Westminster Hall to-day on the alarming
state of nffalrs In Bochuanaland and the
action of a strong party of maurauding
Boers who recently invaded Stellalaod In
the Interests of humanity and hauled
down tho British flag and drove
the British representative from Vry
burg. Stanl-y, the African ex
plorer wus present. A'l the speakers
made bellicose addresses. Forster as
serted that England humored the Boers
In giving lu to them In almost every way
In order to avoid war, but tho limit t j
concession bad now been reached, aod
the policy of non-intervention pursued
by tho Government raus . come to an etui,
and British supremacy In South Africa
must be upheld. At the conclusion of
the speeches, resolutions were passed
demanding that the Government protect
Montsioa and other Brltlsu allies In South
Africa from the encroachments of the
Boers, and compel tho Boers to keep tho
terms of the new Transvaal convention.
advanced its katk.
London, October 9. The Bauk of
England has adva ced its rate of In
terest to three per cent.
, Biti'SSKLs, October 9. A duel was
fongbt to-day between M.Tardieu, editor
of tho Independence Itdga, aud M. Vol-
ders, editor of tho Natioml Iidjc. Nei
ther was wounded.
Wady Half a, October 9. Wolsoley
reviewed the troops who ore to tako part
In tho Nile expedition. The mounted
infantry managed their camels perfectly.
The first batch of row-boats of tho ex
pedition passed the first cataract easily
against a strong current. A heavy di
vision of the camel corps will encamp
at tho pyramids until ordered to ad
St. PicTERsnuRO, October 9. The
University at Kleff has been closed by
the authorities and will not reopen until
January. One hundred and sixty-eight
students have been arre ted for alleged
connection with the Nihilists. Throe
Socialist journals, which were suspended
some time ago, are about to reappear.
Homk, October 9. Tho harrowing de
tails of a cyclone which prevailed In
Catania, Inland of Sicily, yesterday, have
been received. Twenty-seven persons
wcro Killed; 100 Injured. There la great
distress among the poor, hundreds ol
houses being demolished in tho Borgo,
Tondo and Givcnl quarters. At Clball
and Ognta suburbs of tho city, many
summer mansions are in ruins. The
damage am -tints to two million llro.
Dublin, October 9. United Ireland In
an editorial to-day reviewing the admin
istration of Earl Spencer says that if
Qaccn Victoria had commlttod Earl
Spencer's crimes against liberty hor
crowned bead would rod Into a basket.
It urges patriotic Irish-Americans to
como over and stump Ireland lu tbo In
terest of the National party In tho com
Bold Stave Robber Captured.
Portland, Onu., October 9 Tuosday
at the town of Hungtlngton, Ore., Thos.
ltyan, a notorious stage roblier, was cap.
turvd. Ityan was concerned In several
recent bold robberies. Alono aud slngto
handed he robbed a stago a low days ago,
near Welscr, Idaho. Ho coverod tho
driver and passengors with a shot-gun,
compelled tho former to throw out tho
treasure box and theu drive away,. The
olllcers have been ou his trail for soma
2&nte4 by tha Cars.
Quincy, III., October 9. Tho body of
a man, supposed to be Cass Boblnsoo,
was found nour Woodvtllo, on
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Railroad, this morning, la a h r
rlbly mangled condition. Papers found
on tbo body show that the nun
lived In Carthago, Mo. Uu llt Qutocy
hwtulghton thetmln badly oadur the
Influence ol liquor, and wlun the trafn
fractal WodvlI!e got off and started
hack toward this city tat. That wus
to last Mint he was teen alive.
" Suboeiifal BuVIUry." " " " "
Kfu.WAur.KK, Wu., October 9. Wm.
Swales' wtnlosale millinery establish,
mout was burglarized of $1,500 worth oi
goods last night. One of tlie burglars,
giving tho name of Jumos Raymond, was
arrested. The other escaped. The goods
Sept on Ills Post.
Cincinnati, O., October 9. Last
night's flro In the factory of tho Ohio
Wall Paper Company, at 8C1 Walnut
street, was soon extinguished, but tho
watchman left to guard the place foil
aslocp, and at 5:20 this morning the flro
started again from smouldering paper
aud damaged the stock $10,000.
The Cktoairo Driving Park Sued.
Chicago, III., October 9. C. W. Story,
of Chllllcothe, O., yesterday began In
tho United Mates Circuit Court au action
against tho Chicago Driving Park to re
cover 81,875, which be claims is duo him
for a purso won during last summer's
races by his black gelding, Reference.
He says that the asoclation acknowl
edged the justness of his ilalm, but put
nun off on tlie plea that the season hud
been tluanclally unsuccessful.
Mail Pouch B flxt
Dowaoiac, Mich., October 9. While a
mail-pouch was banging on the catcher
waiting for tho fust train, It was stolen
and taken to a lumber-yard near by,
where It was cut open and tho contents
stolen. Letters torn open were found a
few rods distant. The drafts aud money
Wi-ro taken and the postal notes thrown
uway. The bag wis out of sight of the
mall oarrler only a few minutes, aud men
wcro working near by.
Sma 1-Pox In Dakota.
St. Paul, Minn., October 9. The re
port comes from Brookings, Dakota,
that what has been supposed to bo
chicken-pox prevailing In that vicinity
is now pronounc-d by competent phy
sicians to be genuine small-pox, an 1 tho
disoase is t-preaiiing rapidly through
the country. It Is supposed to have been
brougnt lu by emigrants. So far four
persons have died.
The Gale on the Lain.
Milwaukee, Wis., October 9. It is
feared that considerable damage to
shipping resulted from Monday night's
gale. The wind blew directly from
tuo Nortt during the night, the galo
being very seviro about ten o'clock.
No disasters have yet been reported,
but fears are entertained regarding the
safety of several vessels. The arrivals
yesterday wero very numerous.
A special from Saugatuck, .Mich., says
that the propeller Douglas of that
port struck the bur in endeavoring to
make the harbor, aud ran on the beach.
Tho fifteen passengers wen taken off,
but the crew still remain aboard, it
is bedeved the vessel can bo secured
wheu the sea goes aowu.
MAK K KT HEl'O UTS.
Grain and Provisions.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1884.
Cotton Steady; middling. O'J-AlO't j.
Floou Sternly; XXX to cuoiuo, 43.35;
patents, t4.L c0-". 1.1.
VVhjsat steady: No. It lied, TOiWic;
So. 3 lied, li:i v'iHU'-io.
(John-Weaker; No.i mixed. GOtJiltfOi No.
i whlto mixed, otic.
Oats Firmer. No. 2. SMiUSOSQ.
Kvk Uiill: No. a. Slo.
Toiiaogo Kirrn; luirs; common to choice
fiJ.OOiAlu.uo; luitt; common red leaf, f'Mii
iu.w; iiiouium vo troou iwttsn.w.
Hav Pruinci y.(iO(Mi).Ol tor prime to choice
now; clover iinxiMl. tu.Qoati.Ou lorcommonio
prime: eholeo now timothy, Ill.&JUW; fun
ey, f U.UOiil'i.iiu.
HOTtkh Higher: cnolooto fancy ercumery
2.Vi0u: dairy, otioiou to luney, &K!lu; low
Kimis yuict; fresh stock. 15o por dozen.
Potatokh Steady, at lUmtla tier builiui,
PoKK Steady; new muss, f ltl.&oiiliUi.
Laho Oultil; primo stonm. VtfttVtc.
Uaoon Lomrs, luStoluo; ahorts. 11
11 "-io. clear ribs, 10Vluiu, all pnckwl.
WcTol Tuu-wivtliod, choice. ijti&MW. fair,
ST'iSo; dlniry and low -ZiiiMu. Unwashed
Choice modiuin, ai'ift-'le; good averairo inn
diuiu IHtltio: xuluctud lixht dim ITiJIHo; (rood
average, liutlio; heavy UiilSc: oomhlnir, v
oio hI, MtCl",u: coin hi nir, low irradci. lO'filllo.
HiDKH-liitfhur and firm; dry flint, 10'4c;
duiiiiiKod, U'ic; bulls or g;ajrs Mint lUe,
salk'd, c; Khio slock. fk. Oruun suite I, He;
diimutfoil, ?o; voul naif skins, ll'ic; hulls or
soon, 5'4o; froon uncured, CiiT'Jc; damuKod,
6 V; Kluo, 'k.
siikki Pki.ts Wonk; (rrnorv, ft?75o; dry
do, lUK.Ita, as to amoinitaud uuaiilyot wool;
trrccu shearlings, 15vMo.
r" Wit K AT Firmer; No. t Hod, October, KHo;
NovomlMr, 87 ie; Dm e nbar, MUc; January,
Vlc; Kehnniry, Wl'ic; Muy, USHc
Cons Weaker; Octotxir, (II o; Novomlior,
fiflo; December, Hiu; Juiiunry, 4Nc; May,
Oats I'lnncr; October, It'e; November,
8-')e; December, '.','i,o.
Wiifat Weaker; October, "Do Novem
ber, 7S"iiu; December, 7U "WJe; January,
tHWasiWio: May, HTc.
CoitN. Lower; Oclober, lilc; November,
IUo; year, W'ie; Ju.iu.iry, W ,c; May,
Oats Firmer; October, 'Mo; November,
87ie; December, 27oj year, 3).Se; May,
. 1'oitK-ritoitdy; October, tlfl.50; year, 112.55;
Laud Weaker; October. 17.55; November,
t7.iV4: December, 7.ii7(; January, 7.a,i;
February, fT. IO.
Hitoier Ki in October, t'J.M; November,
(7.50; January, tS.
Iivj ttock Markets.
Hons RceolpK 15,OiO; n-tlvo nnrt tlrm,
5ft,10o hlirlier; llttht.. (l.aV'(i,ri.iL'i; rmiirh pack.
Imr, fl.MMi5.;H; heavy packing aud shipping,
(,'Atti.k ltocclpto, H,nni; Ht"ii.lv; export,
fn.maVM; Kood to oholce, ..75nft(l.50; cum
mem to fair, UmiUiSi.
Hhkki' lleoelpts, 2,000; Inferior to choice,
CATTl.K-Market rteadviKood to oholoo steers,
S.rKKrfiO.iW; falrtoirood nutlvo (dilpplnir ulcer,
f S.lWifi.m); common to lair ImUiliers' irru lea,
H.5ti'ris.ttl; kooI to eholeo throunh 'fexaus,
Knsut and LAMiis-MarketstrnlyjcomiiHin
tofuir,aK'o:i.;t'i;trooil tochoieo, H.iiocl.t0;(.'aii
al iambi, fi.iUrA4.7ii.
Hmw Demand fair) Yorkers at Ji25fii5.50.
Catti.k ItwelpM, 5,001: irooil natives
dU-adyi rimiioi-H weak, inllfte lowor; ox
porta. td.tt'j,tl.2.'i; (rood to eholeo xhlpnlnir,
j il.WW.H6i (omn.in to medium, .'i45.IO;
leederH, .I.7.Vim. W; Kruna Texas stoiirs, Uil'M
Hdom Uonelpts, 2,'0 1; firmer; 10cil5n high
it; lots of lew to 117 lbs. uvoraKO, Ki.ftViHi.W
innJnlv ut 15. IOi5.20.
Hiikmi Receipts, ION Hh"op; slow, Irreg
ular; fair to frond, $2,i;&ik; ooriimon, 3.u0
Money and Btook Markst.
Vtnr YoitK, OeUiber 9,-Monny Kil3 per
corrt.i bar silver, DOS. Coupons, Hi tuo;
ivi'a, II sm V. lit; familo 0'k or Mi5 1X5. In
turn! in stooJtB Unlay centered almost entire,
ly In throe HtooltM, which have boon ntronif on
advHtK. I'lmlllo Mall rose to 55 V! Louis.
vUI b Nadhvlllo, V U2V;.s Union I'aeillo,
to an. Miiint'ilia Is sUU nlleuu dby the rv
ductlon of illvidond, and stock declined ly.
and all qualities of
We again call your especi tl attention to our lare and
elegant stock of Fine Kcady-made Suit of the very latest
styles. We are showing a beautiful Hue of four and five
buttoned Sack niits. t eiiuinc English plaid patch pocket
suits, which are all tlie go in the East, and a Urge supe
rior selection of four-buttoned cutaway Frock Suits in all
the new colors. '1 hose goods are cut in the very latest styles
and are equal in every respect to the best merchant tailor
work. Prices from S15.!;0 to $:0.00 a suit.
We we also j showing a tremendous large line of suits
Hum wou i " vio.w. posiMvoiy giianuiree to sell you
goods tor less money than any ot her house in Cairo.
Boys' and Children's
Shirts and Waists.
M. WEWNKIi RON.
CLOTHING HOUSE. .
HATS AND 6KXT8' PUKNISHIXG GOODS.
E. .:. A. .:r. BUDER
M Holiday -:- Presents!
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104 Commercial Ave., - - - (AilM), ILL
WM. M DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- BANGES, -:- TIN,
J apanned ISerlin and A gate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajrent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline ami fins - tovei, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters. Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 ft 33, c i.
TKI-lCPIIOJiJC NO. no.
WM. LDDW16 & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of -
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OK
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOlt THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing tlono on Short Notice in their Line of Business. Examine gondi and prl -;
cesLeloro purclmiinclaewliero. Tho largest
E. A. BURNETT,
Commercial Job Printer,
Very Latist Styles.
Diamonds, Solid Silver,
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Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
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