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i,!,..! u i :: Ndl '101 ' Commercial & Gth.
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.LrThe.DODalar One-Price Shoe Store woulii
h respectfully call ' attention : to a new line'
'"of B'rtis and Youths1 iShoes. "Neatest Jand "
v'M ifeariiisjr' 1 Bo-s' : Bnttoxi ! Boote-iu the
""fittfsfees fto 5, $2.00. V Solid Solar Tip -
Viitl. Tint Tln,s ai'Wfl in 141 ii SO"
J3 KThese nre not shoddy goods, made to';,
v. i-. i s i"selK)nly; but are warranted as rep-;
:Ve carry a' Ml Jiuo of Knbbcr J Good?
in all styles at tne rery lowest
-n.; lo I STV'JjOUIS' '-v-'
' SHOE .: STORE,
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li:u--rAWTBl 1.M1 tind iOibt'pm-Tt In city or
, chub. J W Uke liflUt wofk ia lUelr owo home,
"'' 1 j3fo 4 S&j t-a1Iy made: work cntby mall; no
V oinvfmtinii ' W Utvu aoud diuaii for on' work
and mrnllj 'n v einiilovment. Adnrt'H. wlllj
-iu-nnp, CJIOWK TrfrO. OOMPANT, i.M Vin Ht.,
( .piiiclifMil, ywi- ,i. ;,i . .. ,U-U.-lm-;
TANT ED. Situation by a Tooni; Udy'M clerk
. y ir n rrU ID anofllcei Kanaei. tnon a
need of a uood reliable cloik will coufw a fnvot by
iji iHTEW UOiRlitbe tlmbt-rt Hou lTth and
;,il Commercial, Ut balog rcaOTnUd and newly fnr
c ' nt(hcd by an experienced hotel man Will open
abont Nov. 21 b... Th jatronau ol (be public U
reipcctfully loilclied Bi
T50;iri'ljirte kahnbii (U)VCL Apply at
Tue Bulletin cftlce. , ..
3"J lPCKfALB Daydrtck Jnmtvocat (urrer.Ht price
i. J-, $ Ji,U4iW,.gnd'jol), iyr ' laqulro ut it A.
t?UR SALE.-HaTdock rbaeton, new. lit price
A .M.Jor U,.-loflnirBOf K. A. Bomett, Bullc
FOK SALS.-Twocoltu.'b oi 2'ittj utreet nfar
foplar, and oneWKiaifa oil' 1'oplat abOTe 'JClh
treet.iil a nariaiB. .. . . 1
' tf " U S. HOWLSY.1J.-al Palate Agent.
, U H R8T-R dnce prnperV of Col. Jan. 8.
v. 1 He'detf oh Fifteenth tret. Honae contain
1 , tea rootui.hM all oegdud cou.Uncei and i in
'' food Coudltloti gene-illly. '
yUJiiM-jo i'.M.J. HQWUCrt Rual Klte .Agent. ;
u!1 T?UR'!InitD HOOM9-TM rent, corner of Wh
.Y..rlnjt04Avsn))ElvvupUi tit., yite. fBttltlL
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monu Reliaule ,
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t CASH!. BUY ;: .GOODS
1 During the past two weeks
- we hare received largo lines
1 of New Goods bought for cash
" at 'lower prices than ever be
fore ;, known,', we nv6 therefore
i,iu'a' condition to give Oraud
i; Biu'gaini in Winter , Goods
u whii-h no economical or prud-
ent housekeeper can afford to
Ml!) Ill lll!1t ! n-l 1. 1 : ' ;
, J0(f,pra White Ulanknts, ut 1.00, $1.25.
."' tiSO, i.00 nod $3.50.
23' pn OrWy LUnkcTg,' fl.OO,' f 1.23, fV.fiO
'" v-): nnd $200.'- " I' .
I3J C'lmlorti, 1100, J 1.50 am) 12.00.
Oreat BfrfM U IW-Twilk'd Flnnnelg,
Wliire Hlikker Pjtflnfll,' 10. 10 nnd 20c.
i Ortrtd WlWrJ.r.rrtr)t 11 y-wldfl, 40 & 60c.
. Ofltia: IITV Jen,i 15, SQ 1M 23. !
' Lfcrtioa' crkt) Vto aod Dmwtrs, $1.00,
f l.ao nntf t 00.
QvDttt' bciirlati All. Wool Voits and Draw-
. " ; en, 75c a $1.00 oml $1.00.
, : Clilldreo'i ticarlot Void and Drawers, CO,
1 ' ' Boc. ana fi.uu .-1.,: 1 i .
Large lint Children 'a Wlii Veils and
' " 1 Drawer a, from 2jo. tit $1 00 oach.
v Ladits' Knit, Alt Wool Hon-, only 25c. ' '
Children 'a Knit All Wool H.m-, 15, 20 & 23c
c Vail imu 1 thii Uclubrated Hock ford Arc-
o) viiitoe Mitta for Ladica, Hen and Hoys.
8oe our Cotton Flannels at 0, 8 and 10o..
tvai Jtipays to trade at Stuart's
Life: i5arp:am House. !"
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Ok'FJCUL PArKB OF ALEXANDEK COUST
(CNTKKKD AT THE CAIRO FOSTOKFICK KOH
' f RAN8"MIBSION T11BOCOH TIIK MAIU AT
'' 8ECOHDCIABS IIATE8. ' " '
IjENEIIA l local items
Buffilo Bill this afternoon -rain rr
shine. :' ' ' " " ': '"' " v'
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,', Silk Mitts only $1 a pair a.Oholson'o...
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Wild West programmo gets wh.thter
the an shines or the rain pours, nothing
stop it. ' '',
;'i-Ladics fleece-lined hiise in all colors at
Gholson's. . ' v' ' 2r"
At last, after odx and tedious wnitio;',
a decree of divorce has been granted Mrs.
L. E. Williamson and giving, her tlio cn.ta
of he'r children.'
Don't fail to see our double width water
pruof at 80c per yard. W. E. Gholson. 2t
The ui06t idiotio wager of the cam
paign was made at Bridgeport, Conn., the
loset being compelled to shave his whis
kers, b air and eyobi ows.
Buy the James Means -1 shoes for
men. Buy tbo Jauius Means $2 shoes for
boys'. W.E. Gholson. , ... .2r
"I believe the Lord can save reporters"
said a New Haven hallelujah lwsia recent
ly. "I know one who was converted, lie
left the business and henceforward follow-,
ed an honest life."
, Direr and Armor of Cupt. Hiram
Hill's can be secured by applying to Major
Ed. Ilalliday on wharf boat No. 3. tf
' Mr. joe Elliot, of the Now York Herald,
the oldost turf reporter of tho United
States, has been, presented by tho proprie
tors of that paper with a retiring sahry of
5,000 a year during life.
WaittedTwo furnished ronni, in a
good neighborhood, with or without board.
Apply at The Bulletin office. 3t
At the Presbyterian church Rov.'A. II.
Trick will preach in tho morning on the
subject, "Is Christianity waning?' In tho
evening a short sermon to young people on,
"One Secret of a Happy S Kial Life."
All heart sawed and shaved cypress
shingles at Lancaster & Rice Manufactur
ing Co, for $?.50 per thousand. . tf-..
After the battle of Gettysburg one of
the burial parties buried eighty federal sol
diers in one trench. They were all from a
New York regiment, Bnd all had been kill
ed by one Tolley. They were almost in
lino, taking up but littlo more room than
live men. All of them were shut above the
hips, and not one of thorn apparently lived
ten minu'es after being hit.
r-Wastkd. 20 pounds large clean cot
tonrngsat Ttt Bulletin , office; 5 cents
per pound will be pid for selected btock. 2
The democrats of Illinois will elect a
United States senator to succeed John A.
Logan. We know of no man who ha done
more for or received tesi from the demo
cratic party; nor one who knows the needs
of or would do more for southern III.; imr
one better qualified for the office that is
now, for tho first time within the gift of
Illinois democracy thau John II. Oberly. .
Junt received a big lot of sample? of
Russian circulars, New Markets ninl M'ihs
llavlncka to bo Bold at wholesale tiricu.
W. E. Gholson. . . 2t
W. A. Stcagala has wheeled into line
with tho rust of tho married men. lie
very quietly dropped out of Uafro and Into
Vienna.last Friday where tho ceremony was
performed by Ruv. Kruli that made him for
life the legal protector of Mig Rota Smith.
aa'accomplished young lady, step-daughter
of the late Hcury Drcihan. The best wl-h
est of Tnts BuluvN! will follow them
through life. .
If there is a man in tlrs city with a
few hundred dollars capital that wants to
open an office and prosocuto a paying
business, let him oddrost tho , Illinois Uas
Saving Company. 110 Rtndo'ph street,
Chicago, III. ' , ' Ot
"Adamless leu" drew a good crowd
at tho opera houso IM night, but the rain
appeared to have kept the ladies at home.
The cotuuio of ilm coterie iu tho soireo
were extremely elegant, aud tho solo,''e
-----y 'nr' i
pecially that oi Miss Coleman on the clar
ionet,1 : werO' flneq ,Tipj ; f erformaoce from
first to lust was chaste in every respect, and
the soiree would not have been out of
place in any private, parlor. (The balance
was after the' style of oorniciopera and far
above . the average, mjnstrel show. ' The
lady orchestra was a novelty and produced
very acceptable "music, . . ,
' B ial -train will leave' Sixth Street for
llutrti. Bill's show, 29th-st'reet,'-at 1 and 2
wUrvW:'p.''nK, Saturday- anil. Sunday, re
turning after show is over. Stop each way
at Eightl', Ftiur.tceiith ani Twenjieth sts.
Fire eucirw'ay,'col)('Ctu'd n'nteringe'ars,
10 ceiits" " " ".' "J" Ct
The filling of tho old pump house, cor
ner of Tenth" and Levees is very nearly com
pluturl.; ..The work. is so, far tdvaoced thai
fie street is open to toutus for the first' time
in nearly two years and we' once more have
the miy strert in the city that runs entire
ly r.r.ross, open from levee to ievee. ftmlrivcr
tor.' Tef.. Ti- D.t it . i s op ) a along t he t)ps t st reci s
iu Cain) so l should bu gtadud. and gravled
its full length, which would 'rnake it a good
street lor driving the' year';' round. This
teems to be the more necessary, siuce the
building of the marine hospital has placed
one of the attractions' of .tlie-itbwu on this
street... ;. . ' ' ..... I - . ..i.:.e
: Ground has boon broken ! and part of
the frame is up for a paUtial 'residence on
corner ol Poplar and Fifteenth street. It
will, be built with . all . modern : improve
ments, water and bath in the'-, spring in
the house, and In newest' and 'Wesf'style of
architecture, the beet architectural talent of
the east and west having been thought of in
its designs, t The spacious grounds belong
ing to it will be tastefully decor trod in har
mony with the 'surroundrngH.-, We have
not seen the plans but .understand it will
be aionu room cottage, bevides- bath room
in the basement, and will' '. occupied as
family reaidonoe by one of. Blaine i and Lo
gan's colored supporters in-'the late cam
paign.'" ; . :": -;
In reply to a business letter; in- which
an bcongruvial aUuiiiu. was . made to the
election, n republican officeholder who bad
backed bis-j-tidgmcnt writes as 'follows to
onu of the citena of Uusselyillei Ky : "No,
I . have no Cleveland bate on hand now.
His head is too small foT common hats.
But seriously, the couutry has gone to the
devil'. Glo'iiiL mldn'ulit. darkness, sorrow.
despair, ruin, disgrace yea, even hell but
I cannot write, my inspiration js gone.
Owls hoot, bats fl.t )d the 8treot ,Tho roar
of the furnace, the hum of the spindle all
huahed as quiet as tho grave. : , The south
ern confederacy is on top;, the rebel yell is
heard in the4and. I weep for tny country;
I sigh for the ruin that is bound to ' come.
It makes my poor heart bleed when I think
of the moonless, starless nigbt .of darkness
that tifs election .has brought to unborn
generations.' Oh, how could these brave
but misguided people give up this glorious
country to 'mm, romanism and rebellion!'
Anyway come what will it is your country,
and all I want is just to get leave to stay
A Detroit policeman who Bhot an hon
est and estimable citizen on his own premis
es becuuse thehoneht snd estimable citizen
chose to Uioiciro bis right of. running, has
been acquitted of blame by . the coroner's
jury. Our esteemed contemporary, the De
troit News, is of the opinion that tbe po
liceman ought to be dismissed from tbe
force. . We quite agreo with it.- Ho ought
to be dismissed first and hung afterwards.
Lyutli juatice i always to bo deprecated,
but the polioeraan- who punishes contempt
of his authority by murdering tbe, person
in contempt ought to be made ao example
of, There is no law in any - state -nf this
Union which gives a dollar and a half, po
liceman the power of legally infiictiog cap
ital punishment, or vests in him. the' right
of being jury for the facts, judgefyr the
aw wid cxecutiouer ifor the sentence.'-
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Blaice is now reproached with the re
sponsibility for "too solid south," , which
be regards ns such an evil since it was solid
againot bun. He is reproached with his
defeat of the 'force-bilH in 1885, which
rosulted In tho redemption of - the'-south
from carpet-bag rule. .Much bus been said
aud said truly against BUine. , Uia attacks
n the south after he lotit all hope of aid
j'toin it, were contemptible, but these things
do not change tho grent, central fact that
the whole country, especially that section
of It now the butt of his bitter vttupcnition,
owes him an eternal debt, of, gratitude for
tho dufeat of the infamous . measure known
as the force bill.. Ha 1 lie .thought proper
toconduct his campaign with the force bill
as an iaxuo, the result might have been dif-
ferent, at least in the south. Hut, BS it is
as it U My Uncle Toby's Recording; An
gel, when bo balances the Blaine account,
may nt least look at the force bU I record
and drop a tear on t.te Muiligan letters.
Wahhinotok, I). C, Nov, 22, 0:10 p. m
Obefrvcr, Cel-o, III.
Holht cold wave signal. ' The 'tempera-;
ture will fail fr ini f0 degrees U ,IJ0 de
during tho lijt hours In the viciuity of
your htatloo, the priuoipal : fall . occurring
during Sunday night or Monday morning.
f signed j ' " ' ' Hakbk.
Ao eminent Presbyterian divine tnnoun
ced to his congregation that he would bn
obliged to teko a vacation on accnint of
broncliltis, when the tdder Immediately
raised hi salary and adnsrd him to kako
Dr. Bulla Cough Syrup and bo cured; "'
VV'e clip thp fojlowiflg ftccouutof ttio ac
cldent.'ih'whicb; Stone Jaockel'lost his life,
from the' Argus' of, ytaturday; ., .
, This morning,- at 810 o'olock Stonie
Jaeukel, ayounif -man iust.oaHt 21 years
old, who was switching earn in the yarns of
the. .Illinois Central! railroad ro, this city,
caught, his loot. between- tbe rails," aud in
an inslant he was: iushod to a sbaoeless
inawkis. -Seven care -passed oyer hi bodyf.
He wae.thB g(Mj j(f !Aii)Mndis Jnook J,vvioM
once kept a saloon, l the corner ,ot 1 wetlft ti.
and V ablnuyton, sml was the mum support,
we understand, o! his. mother. , , :
'. ' The Occident happened at the hend of the
Illinois CeritVat Incline. The deceived was
beteeeneirs ntietnpting--to couple , them,
when his foot caught iu a double frog, as
was shown by the. boot - fouud' there alter
wards,' The Cars passed over the1 oiiddlu
of his body. ' .The engine doing tho swiich'
ing was 217, and Mr. Frank' Shaffer, uncle
to the young man killed, 'was the engineer.
Uo It was who .gulled the hteless body
frim beiioatli the cars. His fci'lirjut 'ein
bo better imagined rlun de-.ri bed.
The fustral from the house will be Ht 1
o'clock to-day. The remains will bo taken
to St, Patrick's church, - thence to a special
train at the foot of Eighth stfett for Villa
Ri.lge. The train will leavo about 2:30.
Buffalo Bill and the "Wild West" appear
ed on the baeo bill park ground promptly
according to announcement to a very large
crowd of ladies, and gentlemen, numbering
among them the best people of Cairo. The
threatening weather may have kppt a lew
away, but the number proeent run up into
thousands and was all that tho ample seat
ing capacity of the grounds : could accom
modate"'.", The interest from first to last was in
tense and (he performance realistic to 'a
wonderful degree.'" The'diffirent t-cenes de
picted have all their parallels in frontier
life, and gives the spectators a better idea
of life in the far .'west than could be ob
tained in any other way, so the enteitain
meut may be classed as both amusing and
educational." .The' bauds' 'of genuine In
diana .in the.ir riding, w hooping, shooting
aod daucidg were a creat curiosity to
the audience, many of whom had never be
fore seen a live or deal specimen of the
red men of the forest,. The shooting by
Capt. Bogardus at clay pigeons made our
local sportsmen almost resolve , never to
shoot again.1 Aud the rifle shooting of
Eugene Bigardus was simply wonderful.
But the greatest feat of . all was Buffalo
Bill's rapid breaking of glass balls w ith a
Winchester rifl, while riding at full speed,
as tbey were thrown in the air by an In
dian riding a pony on a dead run. The
riding of the king of the cowboys, the
bucking ponies, the wild steers, the buffalo
hunt, the duel with Yellow Hand, tbe at
tack on the stage coach, and last the battle
around the settler's cabin must all bo seen
to be appreciated; they are beyond descrip
tion. . '-;;' :!-:: .':"
Not a little of the enjojment given by
the exhibition is due to the manter of cere
monies, Mr. Frank Richmond, whose clear,
succinct, , intelligible :&n0ouucementfl are
made in a 'tone loud enough to be beard all
over the grounds. . -
Wild West" gives another exhibition
this afternoon, rain or shine. The weather
is not permitted to interfere with their
Business Men vs. Blatherkites
A few sensible men in othr respects and
a large number of blatherskites are contin
ually predicting ruin to the country to fal
low the defeat of the republican party and
a prospective tampering with tho tariff
The sensible men are 'open to conviction,
but the blatherukites time is wasted on
; They are the men who hao labored to
make tbe colored man believe that the suc
cess of the d mocratic party meant a re
turn to ante-bellum times and slavery.
The democratic party has been successful
and that little game is up. I hey must
now fall back on something elne and very
naturally take np the.bue and cry of hard
times, low wagec, etc. '. '. ' , -
How the matter js regarded by the busi
ness men of the country is best shown Dy
the following extract Irnm a circular insued
over liia own riaino by Mr. Walker, a lead-
merchant of Chicago, a republican who
pinned bis faith to III m no, but submitted
to the inevitable in a Bensiblu manner, lie
says :. --
' "The presidential 'question being decided
business affaiii are sHiUmlng their wonted
activity. No change of Rdmiuistratiorr
can alter the law of trade. Every person
possesses a stomach to feed and a body to
be clothed,: and tho capriceo of fashion
must to an extent . be gratified. Certain
merchants having expressed tbe fear that
free trade will prevail and goods be much
cheaper than at present, wo beg to remind
them that the Dew Congress will But sit till
a year from next December, and , no revis
ion of tfto tariff will be considered ,til after
tuat timer Meantime ito necessities, oi uiu
peoplo muslbe supplied as . heretofore, and
tturctianMwuo Keep t. wou(ns,pnoQi siock
.will du ft good busiuess. ;
; "Tbe prtihperlty of this country depends
not Upon party politics, but upon, tho fer
tility and groat resources of the toll, and
tho Intelligence nnd irrepressible industry
of the people, and no p'trty lias either Iho
power or tho disposition to destroy thceo
'M'':'!:Val'-':fA- -- 1 'I ' A '! '!' '!r -lltt'.' ,"
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n('A(ii'0iici:; cLOTJiik jiouse.
AVe, ca rry , Hi o lai ges t siock in Southern Illinois.
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('nrotin'iiH-i. Hro utlii. w l'ioN l.ou.on tliU
II aavince luukiLtf t.ur l'tn u, low.r t :m jm
v in it 1 1
wear liiwtiii.h e tVitil Tfil i f jtm.'-- I j
aid Heaver hi nil the i e rul.ir. till t II l'.; K
Black. Wine, Dr ill i n l Mn-.U rulo . W e
u.:,.Vu i". Z L .. . t ;
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It would. I. te.'ttl le Ut jU -cribe unr K-Mlid 'iic
HOYS' AM) ( 1 1 1 LI )
: A'laii iMvlf. Dnr.M fa 1 lo mn mi ,r .i
are shuwlii-j tin lareM. Miiert ai.d in.t i t in -ie.;
M. WKHNKtt At SOS.
101- Commercial Ave.,
v i" i
' "' Japuuhcd Berlin and A gate "Ware,
Biid Caes, Dath Tubs, Water Coolers &. Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & WMIuke Oil. fiiHolino and Ga ktoTMi, Detroit
.safe IV, Iliinjilton Steel Flows,
ln ShelleiH, liantw.s Ktc, Etc.
'J'liir.KI'IIONK no. 'uo .
Educative, -: Instructive. Enteilaining!
I "ttta irrandiy ro-iIUtlc and Jrtmnrlt lly TitmM'feiiV.'.' -A-ftiera W.T. IBTnnnaii.
"Afterac u-.ur) H relifi , -nerrrrwi t 1ethr--iieil.T' Iran Bint,, ,! i( ): .2 t .-1
"ibe ("inriit of ane eut U-'iut,-' arci.ft i-xccllid5-TUl Jeroy.;: it ji .1 t:
THIS AFTEKNOO '- AT ,2:30 vdV,;;M;
j 'I Tjit-tvnlu-y h'uvoiijt. leotatvefora t.,ftr1va! .' '.i -' '-n
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. inrWAL i;lL.f niim W f, Coilv). tliu mt re'etmtd ff all Hcont. tildi tndtan FlKhte's
koi i Iu Am m 5ft" I?, ; lrU ii 1 1 lentrtir" .MftrkMiiafi.' Cart. Hnrgarftue,- 0,1 amrlon Wing
K .' " 't '"' Mc.mu u wiepi, lull leu. MaieaM.Mvrda pt lioiiuli). lk, qteetrvjuu 1'oniee
v'Onr','Preel.Wk!end X'libl'tof.'.oiir Uenerate,
!ialee.,i-i-V MQlngtou teitJilfBnks.
A. Visit West
vAurtnif S'Bair''iaciii.j1 o-Krprean, tiidM T)anrei' Kxeltli' jlotie'ltecA, hftllr(t on
VcwiK Slkiwetlnic ftu ilireHack4 m-etnim W Id ttu-ere, llldlmi llii-.kai HuWUKi oiu JJuillufb Hunt,
on twtOitm pfit:ial7 Encteil. o t a. . ' . j. . t. i.. J. J j--w
-i Doors Onen al'l F. 3iv " "
i WE OlMN , RAIN. OR : SHINE ! :
'Aduijr.Vioii; i GO , Conts. Children, i2 Cents.
pliJEOIAjl;;.:' -AbCftilMduATIONS TO GET THERE.
v 'ISlwi'f aMtrtCTonniUi i H'1nyl(i('flJ!lral. Mobile & Ohio, Ht.'t.mt'i Blinft itue, Ht. I out A
Calru,'W'al)atb, Iron Munntaln Unit l'nm b Mi Luularuu I'lcurnlyu tiaiue.
.an.n f'rHinl ra.li.1 10 d will, b ve are mlllriir at a
can iiy th -m at an rtilo r DotiM-m ibe city. Iu
t4. .'ilt.'l, - M-Iikiia, MiincMIla. Curkectewe
Ii '. i t Ii.'m. r.m'ri tn 1 1..-k r.l in. 1. 1. it n.
ruiany (tl Tour a'i'tiiv
IV n to riilr Fihw l,lbl-wilcht
mr' flt fo tbe nest cun. m
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1 ur Ml"'-' "" " nt to ttie nest cum. m
uf ' -fntt ennpieie.
I tKNS O VKKCOATS
k l.ff.ire hit t j ilri-w here, tl you will admit we
In il ecny, hi ,1 n.m r prli'va are the luwert.
A. .:. BUDER,
Gold, Diamonds, Holid Silver, , :
P L A T 111 D-AV A. It 111.
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