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No. 101 Commercial Sc Otli,
The pomil ir One-Price hoe Stores woiill
respect mil v Ciill attention to a new linn
ofitojis and Youths' shoes. Neatest and
host wearing Hoys' Mutton Boots in the
city, sizes 1 to 5, $2 (10. Solid Solar Tip
Youths' Butt Boots, sizes 11 to $1.50.
KSThese are uotsluddy -)ds, mile to
sell only, but are warranted as ren
preseiited.SI We carry a full line of Bnbber (JooJs
an tne styles a: tne very lowest
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DIE. DAILY IUJLLETH
uKFICIaL PA.FEU OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
KNTKKEI) AT TUB CAIKO POSTOFKICK Foil
I RA.NSMISSION TMRoroil THE MAII.8 AT
SECOND CLASS UATKS,
YVA'STKD 1 silo, nnd ft put era n I - city or
' coon t t take licbt work t -Imlr own b - t,
$3 tn S4 day . axil)' ini.de: wo k aunl by mall: no
cunvaM'.nit We hve to d ilem-nd for on worn
and uroi-b ft a v uruplovm-rot Ad-ln-aa. wlib
rtaaip, i'HOW.S MFJ. CoMPANT, Vin sit.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. J 1-1 1 -1 m
VBW flOPBL. Tie l.lrab-rt H ni-e. 17lh aud
i-' Oomraor lal. I ting reuovat'-d anJ ni-wly or
nla ied hv an exncrluuccd noli rati Will open
a'10 .t No. tt b. Tna patrouaire of he pubiu- la
reapuctruiij ruiirnca o
WOK SAt-B -Tf I ire cannon atovi'i. Apply at
a Tne Hull tin mce.
L""OH 8 LK Hayd ck J imp ..'at run
A $ 15, uuw, (H id jot), fur $15)
urr'V, list rice
mre , f h A,
fK 8ALE. Hayrlock Pam-ton, new. Ii-t price
T S."i. for Uj.-liiaiiire of E. A. 15uim.tt. Uullc
VO'i SvLE. Twocottajes o- 2'ith ctrout nenr
Poplar, and ouuettaj o i Pjp ar auovu 25th
street, at a hariain.
tf II J. liOWLKV, Rial Kitate Au-Jiit.
tji I R-iVT It -ltenciipripertynrc.il. J a". 8
It la da i on Piftee it I rirnei. Hon ; coatalut
t-ii room, h n all uji'doil co.iv uKucjh and is in
tjjd couditmn hii a'.y
M.J. ioW.Er, lUal Etaie Axent.
lURsrbllBD KOOMS-T ' rent, corner of Vnh
L int ) Ave and E evunili St. m. F .K'.tKLL
There is do duubt ot tlie yrer.t talent of
t lie jjentk-iuun, vrhoo name appeals at the
bund of this article, mi J to such an extern
h he appriritted by the ju bJic ihat m.iii
!crs throughout tin' uptrj icaid him
as one of the hi si curds in the prutcs-sion.
ThnsB wlio witiuBed Ids splendid im
personation i f Uiinlet and V.rinius here
l-.st winter nre t nut be told this, but will
gladly avail themseives of the privilege ol
seeinu him in new rub s.
Uis rendition of the character of Cardin
al Richelieu, the ureat prime minister oi
France, uuder L umXllI, ia a uiat;rjificeDt
conception, equ ilinn that of B oth and ex
celling 1lin w-rk of any other Slnkesperiau
deliuea'.or now up in the s"', while his
Kicu&rd III is a grind inspiiatiju, and
the result of Btudious conception, untiring
attentiou todutaih, backed by talent of a
very high order.
Thanksgiving night Richelieu will be
preionted; Friday eveiilni.', Richard III.
Mr. Warde being supported by a flue com
pany of actors prominent among them Mi-
Sarah Mannypeiiny, at one time Lawrei.ce
Birret'i lending lady.
This piobably will be the last time when
such a Uramr.tic treat will bs witnesxed in
this city at popular prices, and is really the
first time such a thing w is ever ventured.
Seventy-five and fifty ceuts prucurts reserv
ed seats in the parquet to, parquet te ci ri le
mi l fnmily circle, and a glance at the box
sheet yesterday indicates a thorough ap
preciation of the fact, its nearly four rows
have already been sold be ow, while the
family circle is rapidly being filled up,
We would advise thost, wishing good
seats to call on Buder early.
CarbaiiUle Free Piem.
It is hardly fair to demand of one that
he write his own obituary, and yet it is ex
pected by our leaders, and riht ully too
perhapn, that we discourse somewhat upon
the present political situition. The situa
tion is reu'ly not in a position to l;o din
coursed upou rationally by republicans.
We C"Uld huve givpn long columns of
teeming j yous news over the defeat of Sir.
Cleveland, were it not for the fact that we
lacked some votes of tho requinitt) number
in New York.
Because ot this shortcoming in the out
come the republican prest has yielded the
contest, and wc therefore throw our little
sponge out Into the air, Through the
(limmor and mist Leforc our eyes alter thin
Sturm ug blow, wo bit-athlemty count up
U10 Totes in the electoral collide tor Mr.
Cleveland, and what few votes are left d .n'i
havo M'.fllcicnt sk'nillcatr.e to justify us in
tntwiinif tinr fMirmctita. Therofore. with
these facts before tis, we sadly Bnri' Uncf
that Mr. Clerelaud is the Vox popud presi
dent elect. We do not give this as an ar
ticle ol'no-vs, for the wayl'uriiii man even
in farther Indin, know it by this time. To
our republican renders, we extend our con
dolence, and to our duivunt c fricn.lt
those who can read we can give our sor
Tliom Convei-NHtliimil Abllitloa" of Itlll
"Xow, when I, in tho natiinil conrso
of htininn events, took a little time rift'
done in y courting'', cvervthin' was pro
pitious nil' pleasant like with -one ex
ception, said Bill Sjums. "Xoone
.seriously objected to me, from the old
folks down to tho rather fastidious
"Kver bodv was friendly an' willin',
apparently, that I should n'ndertako the
keepin' of" one o' the daughters, an' o
Mime e tent the rest o' the family. But
the one heavy, jiiilvcri.iu' cross' I had
to bear was the old man's talk. He
was on hand every nijrht o' my would
be conrtin', ready primed, an' i'roni the
time the door closed after my nrniabh;
arrival, till I formed a background to
my departin', disgruntled footsteps, he
never one moment of appreciable or
standard ime let up in his conversa
tion. I was a martyr to them conver
sational abilities. 'I've still jrot the
whole of the incidents of his journey
from Pennsylvania to the West indeli
bly imprinted upon my memory, to
gether with every foot ii' the .scenery
alotijr the road, from that long- winter
of extraordinarily loni nights' narra
tions. 'Ah, me,' he'd 'commence,
'them was times that tried nun's
souls, an' especially their wind an' con
stitution. Coming from Pennsylvany
I've went actually four day 'thout anv
milk in my coli'ee, an' the tourln't
kind o' steak, and no majde syrup lor
our hot cakes, an' only what froh li-h
we could could eat an' Painfully lu
alonsi with us. Youn feller, you don't
know nothin1, 'specially 'bo'.it' what us
pioneers suffered. Them tin.es showed
what a man's made out'n, very viililv,
sometimes. At times, when we'd come to
a n:, deep, dark, rapid rollin1 river,
we'd have to holler ourselves hoarse,
and p'raps wake the baby, tittraetin'
the ferry man's attention on t'other
side. An' maybe crosin' small streams
we'd be pestered terrible with moduli
toes, an' more'n once I've been that
dizzy on account of the rapid current.
Once I shall never forget it; often vit
I dream of it an' holler out dreadful
when we'd been out on the road about
a week an1 'twas near the close of dav,
an' we was still prcssin' on hard, try
ing to get to some spring that hadn't
enough sulphur in it to sjir.il the whiky
punch. The shudders of night was
gatherin' very fast, an' also the gnats
an' mosquitoes, an' the trees an' things
dipped in tar, so black they was.au'
gloomy, when all of a snddent I was
sprung upon from behint, an' raised
a'nio.st out of my saddle with the vio
lence an' pain of the stab I received
fnun one o' them tarnal big black
"Then, may be, for a rest an' a
change for himself, he'd go oil' onto
the history of his very great-grandfather,
who revolutionized MnmP war, or
warred in some revolution, or some
thin", lb' most irencrallv eonim..ni.,.,i
about a cannon ho da un'd the old fel
ler had helped to cimtivate. I dozed
oil' one night when he d sprung the can
non story, an' when I linallv woke, I
saw by the clock I'd been slecpin' one
hour an' forty minutes, an' there h..
was still onto that gun.
'T hadn't been married two weeks
afore tho o d man asked me for a loan
of 7, an', bcin' refused, h,. withheld
his conversational powers from me for
three months, even to pass'm' the time
o day as we passed by. ''-..',,,,.,'
(.ornmi r iul UuzMc.
Agnes loves Bulletin-ad. Bulli-thi-ad
loves Agnes. Bliss. '1 he stern parent
objects to their union, (ilooin. They
try to elope. Cood. They are caught".
Bad. They try the Dr. Tanner biisii,?-,
to see if the Mem parent Won't relent.
Awful snsp.Mise, Will yi,- starve to
death'.' No; ami the st,.n, parent does
not relent. Obstinate man. At lust
the lov ers are alone together on a rock
very high up. It is for the at time..
Their lips meet together in u,,, j.,
long, quivering kisi. Is it aec'nlent, or
is it design? No one will ever be jibie
to tell. The stern iiarcnt nppi-oaehes
in the distance. They nn- ire idm"
horribly m ar the fatal precipice. They
grow dizzy. 'J heir arms are about i-ae'h
other. 'J lu re; they are goi.c! Ilon't
looi;. reader, for pity',, s.,).,. ( , , . t t look!
J'hey will lall down''..).., mi ..,r:(., ,.,,,,)
bust. 'I be end. i:r ';,i ;.. ,.,
The otin' limn who ran uway with
S guor A.or.iiini'.i i ui::,,irr ,t,.t o.i
sliot leu f. i p thy e,iiien,i at, iiin -or
reviving tho coacniijuu Jim. i 7,0 J J
THE DAILY UAlkO HUULimN;
A REAL HEROINE,
A Bravo CMrl From Ponnaylvanla
Oroates a Sansation at Tuok
or'a Lake, Arkansas.
She Chains Up and Shoots a MousUr Alli
gator, Which Has for Y-ars Beon
the Terror of tht Nohhborliocid.
A S'.eady Nrve and a Quick Eya Win a
Scaly Trophy For the Fair
Linus KniK, AitK., November 2t.
The monster alllaator which has Inhabited
the swamps near Tucker's Lake, Jefferson
County, Is no more. For nmuy years It
ruled supreme for a radius of several
miles aroutid Its marshy home. The oom
munlty avoided the swampy lair, and ter
ror und dismay overcame those who were
compelled to venture near. It remained
for Miss Dottie L. Steck, of Bellwood,
Pa., to remove this Incumbrance, which
she did with a dexterity thtit would cause
the ordinary female to shudder. The
young lady, who is visiting relatives la
that county whose residence U near the
Lake, ujioii hearing tho alligator story,
determined to capture the thing. Being
accustomed to adventures at her home in
the Allegheuies, she laughed at thu idea
of serious results, and, In company with
two young ladies and several gentlemen,
set out to accomplish her purpose.
The party soon struck the trail, and
tracked the alligator to his den. A hole
In a saudbank indicated the location, and
a little digging revealed the object of the
search, and the ominous growls aud furi
ous lashings that arose from tho spot in
formed the adventurers that the king of
reptiles was within. The egress from
the den to the lake having being securely
aroppeu up, trie enraireil Oeast found Its
avenue of escape cut off, and rushed up
and down its bed utteriug wicked growls,
furiously lashing the mud, aud scattering
the water in all directions. Pieces of
limber and fence rails were pushed into
its mouth, only to be crushed and snapped
off by its ponderous jaws.
A rope and chain made Into a lasso was
thrown over the brute's head, ') un he
was suddenly jerked to ., hank. The
appearance of tV in msti r In t hi- midst of
the venture-,.!., j.arty created a panic,
and ull save ie heroine heal a hu.stv re
treat, select iic' a friendly oak as a place
of safety. With gun in Laud, the young
lady stood within a few feet of the now
thoroughly en rased beast, which was
growling, struggling and lashing its tall
on the ground in a lrighlful manner, and
vbeii the opportunity presented itself she
tired both ban els in rapid succession.
The aim did its work. The alligator gave
tremendous lurches aud roars and ex
pired. Both shots had entered one iff the
few pern liable places at the base of the
jaw. It measured a fraction over ten feet
in length. The bide was removed and is
in the possession of .Miss Meek.
roui:i( xi-: ws.
IHHMUMI 1-1 HI. si KH.VS.
London November ;'(. The six-days'
pedestrian go-as-you-please match began
at eleven o'clock to-day at the
Aquarium, for the Astlcy belt. The
contest is to continue twelve hours
each day. There were twelve starters,
none of whom are Americans. The
names of the competitors areas follow:
Powell, Littlewood, Vandepeer, I'cttit,
Bergen, Wren, Carliight, Franks, (ieorge
Mason, P. MacCarty, (i. Connor and II.
A Jealous Lover's Brutality.
PiTTsnunuii, Pa., November In a
fit of jealousy yesterday morning a young
named Samuel Stewart brutally assaulted
his sweetheart, Katie Hobson, Indicting
probably fatal Injuries. The couple at
tended the coachmen's ball, at Odd Pel
lows' Hall Friday night, and in the course
of the evening Stewart became so In
toxicated that Miss Ilobsou refused to
allow him to accompany her home, and
left with another young man. At live
o'clock yesterday morning Stewart kicked
the door In at Miss Hobson's residence,
and rushing up to her room, knocked her
down and beat her in an unmerciful man
lier. When found she was in a semi-conscious
condition, with two ribs broken.
Her face was pounded to a jelly, anil
with other injuries which It Is feared will
result in her death. Stewart has been ar
rested. GKIMLY OIlu-J-lisyL-K.
The Rebuke Blaine's Recent Spoech Re
ceived at Newark, Ark.
Nkwaiik, AitK., November 24. Last
Saturday an eiilgy of James (. Jllalue was
found hanging to a telegraph pole. A
large crowd was attracted by the specta
cle of the Plumed Knight's Image In such
a grotesque plight. A mock Inquest was'
held, the Coroner and jury rendering a
verdict to the effect that James V,. Itlalne
hid committed suicide In consequence of
his incendiary speech at AugusU, Me., at
the time of the serenade tendered him by
Killed and Eaten.
(ii.KN vi U.K., W. Va., November 2.
Three weeks ago Jerome Mcintosh, a
wealthy and prominent farmer resldlna
a few miles from this place, dlsap
pcared, a long s-arch falling to develop!
any trace ot him. On Friday the scad
ten-d bones and lorn clothes of ih
missing man were found In tho mount
tains a mile from his house, Ntid tieal
by a heavy club wlthcloU.Ml Mains, ,ooj
and hair upon it, it H hiii hl
was miirh-red and his body altervvani
devoured by panthers.
Will Pltfht lor the Records.
Pokii.AMi, Our.., November u
very serious conflict of authorities In Lin
coln County, Washington Territory, Is
feared. At a recent election voters were
required to decide whether Spraguo or
Davenport should be County Clerk. The
contest whs cry close and I. liter. Sf rague
claiiiiH to have ivec Ivcd moio votes, but
the nuttioniii s at liavi iij ort ri-f iihc to
urn- d r the cou ily records, yesterday
Shi-r fl Cody, Willi a posse, ninrtj-d for1
Iavenl.oil in ii mind the records. About!
forty i.niH d in- n are al davenport to re-'
sist tin in, A hostile Tiicciltig U s"rlou
ly appn bended.
TUESDAY AtOKiMlNO, . NOVflMBEIi 95, 1884.
Took a Woek'a Reoets.
Wahhinutov, I). C.. November U.
The Swaliu court-martial has t ikon a re
cess until Monday next.
Inoriasad Isjus ot Silver,
WASini;r.)N, 1). c. November 2t.
The Issue of silver dollars for the week
ending November ti was aiSl.lttT; for
the corresponding period last year, SIIOI,-
Fired by Incendiaries,
I'lK A, N. V., November 24. Seidell's
lumber yard aud sheds in Rome were
burned Icy Incendiaries this morning,
The loss is about SiO.UOO; partially in-
s u red.
A Lively Shock.
I'o.vroocooK, N. II., November 21. A
shock of earthquake at llennlker yester
day morning displaced the foundation of
the boiler In Gage's factory. The shock
was felt throughout this part of New
Boston, Mas., November 21. The
earthquake shock reported from various
points In New Hampshire as having oc
curred early yesterday morning was felt
luthis vicinity also. A gentleman living
In Cllftondale says he felt It aud notes the
time as 12:10 a. m.
Case Will Die.
Ciiii'AOO, I November 24. K. II
Case, the prominent Insurance man who
vas terribly assaulted under the shadow
of his palatial residence last night, is still
alive but can't recover. Detectives are
scouring the city for (ieorge Poach,
watchman, suspected of the crime. No
traces hae been obtained up to eleven
To be Invited to the White House.
Nkw Yoiik, November 21. If President-elect
Cleveland wishes, he may be
come an occupant of the White House
before March 4 th. It Is announced to-day
that, follow ing the example of Mr. Hayes,
President Arthur has invited his succes
sor to make the White House his home
while preparing for the ceremonies id in
auguration. MAItIvi:r KHPOItTS.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, NOVK.MIU-I! .'(,
Col lov steady
h i.oi ii stea.lv";
; ml -1 -1 1 1 ii tf, Jo a in
plilenUs, !. !.' 4. s-l.
HMr lli'.'lii-r; X
!i ST'. .-!; e.
! lied, ;
I ni(-Veaker:No. 2 mixed
'.' liite ini.M-il. :;;-.
1 1 i s Firmer ; Xo. 2, -.'I ',-.
U K Waller: No. i. p-', u IT'.e.
'I -un'-co Kinn ; liiL's; t-iimimm to choice,
Sii.Hin lu.oo: leiif: cnniiiioii re. I leal, ; 7 . .'o i
pom; medium to !oo-, : ir,i 17,i.
Il.n l'niuie, .-.mill lii.',n lor inline to eholee
ne ; e over mixi"l, T Ki n 1.ii lor common
to prime; ir mi! new tilllolliv, j'.'.Klii ll.io;
Itiiu-v, 1J.ii-i l:t o-i.
Ili-ITKH Meudy; eliolee t-i luncv en-amery,
'.,'i-.".'e; dairy, clioleu to funev, in'o 2:u.
l.oi.s Kiisy ; f r.th mm k. .-.'e )n-r dozen.
J'otatokh Firm forelion-e; common dull;
common to choice, -.'swl.V-,
I'oltK I 1 1 1 1 ; new mens, Jll.nev, 11
I. vim toilet ; piluie Hteinn. s. ai;',e,
I'.ai on l.untfs, 74p; hIioi Is, 7 ', a 7',e; eleiir;
ril'", "'-.T1,!-; all imeked.
W-iolr-l ull wuslieil, eliolee, Js,.; fair, -."7c;
lllmry ant low, -tia .'.'-. I iiwhm1ii-i clmic-i.
Iiiedfiuu, jri-i.'n1,!'; food aver-e meiliuin. IJ
falJc; selected liiilit line, 17 n le; cood aver
nirn, 17e ; heavy, II n l-I; eomliiii:;. iinaiti-r-Mood,
aU'-i-JCie; coinliiliK, low j;iad--s, 114
ItinKs (ircen Hiilt-"l i-n-if-r; -Itv m- h-Iv.
lireeii Milteil, no; clamaji-il. 7e; liraieli-l, sc;
luills or sia.-s, tic; part eiir- d. "f. ifrei-n, u n-t-ured
7',e; ilry Hint, I7r; ilaniaur-d. H,-; kip
Kiel calf skin, lo-; hulls or sia.-s, Pn-; ilry
Salted, l.'e; ilaina-re.l, pic; Line stock, .
siiksp I'ki.ts hull; er-cn.. Ml u -.-; ilry, do,
4.'ic; ureen HhearlliiKs, l.iu.iu-.-.
WliR n-Klnni-r; No. -.' I!c., hec-enitn-r, l i;-.
February, s"l',c; Miireh, i
Cons Weaker ; November, (so ;tieecmtiir,
47 Sc; January, 4,'r.c; Fetiniarv, 4.".,,e;
Oats Weaker ; Nnvemher. SI e ; fieeeinlier,
Sl'.'c; January, .'U',e; Fehrimrv, IUe; luy.
WllK.VT (llitlier; November, 74 V: leetn
tier, 7 '.c ; January, T.'i 'tc ; February, 7;', a 7-'.e ;
Corn Lower; November, V; heecniber,
S5c; year, :-V-; Jauuury, ;i4',e; February,
Oats steady; November, 2.'1,'e; lieeem
her, 25 V; year, 2.V,e; January, M',c; Miiv,
I'oltK Uiwer; year, lo..,0; January,
Clii.7.1; February, $u.!Ki.
I.Altli Weaker; November, W.771,'; heeein-)-r,
fil.ia ; .lanuary, $i.7u; Februarv, -i,77',;
snoitr Hiiih November, J.l.'s); vear, Ji.Soj
Live Stock Markets,
f'ATTI.K hetnand arid Miipply llirlit;
(food ealtlH seuree; iood to lieav'v ulcers,
M.iVitu.li); fulr to (jiiiel. Hl'iu.Vii; coin
moil to medium native-, ?:.7,V-i l.jj ;
fa.r to uood Culorielo ho-i-i-m, i 7.V-i4.Mi; luht
to uood Hloekers, .f.l.im-i.l.7.'); nut iv- cow and
heifers. $-J.40-.i.mi; Inileli cows iin-1 calves,
Iloos Miirko weaki-ron nil itrieb s ;Voi kers
Jl.im-ii l.lOauUe-l to n ood lieav v iackiiiu.l.0iiai
4.2o; llirht bona, J l.-.-o-.i (.no; plys, .l..ii-.i;.7.v
Siikki' hull ; eonniiiiu to inc-llutu, il..Vi,
2.2.'i; fair lo Kond, CM a Vim; uood io clmlce,
?l.l.'i'a:).X'i; lambs, per lu tt,s, jj im-n j.nu.
Iloim ItecelptN, M.ihii; price., active and
firm, A'o-luc hlalier; llulit, ,i;i.n .;in; roich
paekiinr, M.sn- Lift; heavy pncklii and ship.
jilnu, H-2' 4.1.1.
( ATI I.K KeccliU, 7.100; pi l.-es steady ; ex.
purls, J'l.au'iil.i-u; uood in dunce, .'.Mi-
li.Pl; coiiiinon to fair, II.Ki'u.VKi; Tcvanx, S.I, 1,0
SMhl'.l'-lteelpIs, 2,7en; steady; common to
C'ATTI.K-Htendy and In fair demand ; iond
butchers' steers J.om tl,, m ,r-i; Hloik.
ors ami feeders, ll.sou-4.o,-i; cloned linn with
fair prospei ih,
hllKhl' A N II I.AMMHt'lisettled lilld Cell,
erally lower; cominon lo prune lambs, Wi-at-t-ni,
(4.Ki4..Kr. Clllllelll,4,-li'.i.'i.ni; meillum to
Kond sheen from mi to luiittix, :i.J,Va;l.2.1;
cloHinl dull ; four ears nimoPI,
Iloos hemauil ui-tlvu lor Vorkers at H.MW
4.:i.', with lew extra m 4.40, hull for
butehiiiM' Ki ailes, at l,.'5i 4.:t0. FeelltiK Keu
('A'HT.K IteeelplH, 1 ,01 11; bni'ely steady)
exports, Ju.llli'rtiU.'i; wood In choice shlpi'iii'if,
Ij.pi'-i.'i.iO; 1 0 1 1 1 11 k 1 11 to medium, .VI."-" 'i.;:o;
leederH, $;i.7'i'u 4.2.'i covin, J.'.i.li'a ;I..',-i ; yrileS
Texas Htecm, VI.-'Cu lHo, I nloi n-lo hull breed
slei-rn, .l.4ll'a4.4il, New Mexico elcera, y.M)n
lions IteeelplH, A.'.iio; weak and US- to Mo
lower; lots of 2to lo i'ii puuiids uvt'inaii at
i:i.',-,V0..lii; mniuly a 1 to.
siikki- IteeelplH, ,'i.-,,; (Ulcl at il.Wa a, So fur
fair lo Koo't-
Money arid Stock Market.
NKW Yoiik, Noveinbiir H. I III! p, v.
Money I per cent i excluoiite nulet; (invent.
m-nts doll; eurreiiey, i;s, Ushnl; 4 s,
t-iiiipon, V! ( bl-l; C, do, 111', hid. 'I hn
Him k iniirliet this 111,11 nil, y n, dull Mnd
ineuliir prtccH under, olnit freitien
( Iiiiiim'h under (in- 1 1 11 1 -1 1 c nf iniiiilpuiik.
lion by Hn- i llu""". ,M 1 lo oienltur, prlcea
w ere bid up by 1 1 . l-nh , 1 s;ie, tally I acka
Kanna. Al In ( 1 all pre ,. ,t do up' t V
per ei'iil, Hiihse iieiili on h IIii r by sculp
ira and room 1 1 h I, 1,. 1 n is nile nuirkel went
.iff, mid sloeks me in 1 '11,11-4 in bottom
.ion .should buy jour
HII'AUI) ONE-I'IMCK CLOTHING HOUSE.
We carry the largest stock in f-outhorn Illinois.
Cm ovi-rnmif an-
all tic w tiowU hnutflit Hits
mall a-lvni,.!--aK.K out price. lo, r than ,-ou
i iV X
'i' a-e i-rt iwln.' an u ek-aiit line "f ,-cn I
- l Hi-nvrra ,1 a I 1 Ii i,n rol ir-, n 1 in k"
-tlack, 11 , Dr-li m l Sm ki-rnl.i x. We
O ..C-..iti..hiei i.r-oi lefl.i inimnt. d ...,,.,
w..rk I'ncnf - in ls .-a to -o Our to, ol
It w....ld t e Imp It l acMbuonr 1 1 l.iiiid i
ia 1 j
HOYS' AND (TIILDUKN'S OVKUC0ATS
CHlCAliO ONIM'JIICK CLOTHIXli 1I0USR
M.. WKWNHK anc RON. 1'n ps.
101 Coniinereial Ave.,
Wil. iM. DAVIDSON,
Hinl Ciiircs, Hath TuIh, Water
A ire t lor Adams 4 Westlake Oil. casolinp and iaH tove, Ih troit
ae Co., llHinltoti Meel I'lows. Chilled I'lows, Wulkint; Cultivators,
( (Hit Shellei. fhlliteis, Ktc, Ktc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
E. A. BURNETT,
is ire;.'ired t'ulo Job Priiitinir of every descnptioif from a
Ilodner to a Tliree-liet t JNbter on the shortest notice and
in tb" best stle, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
a mi irer ins
i i -
()KFrCK:-Xo. 7!) Ohio
Ki-Stinl cd Minn in N'.ilnre,
"Yo iloti't waul yo' lierf ni.t-ln
It, iloes vott?" linin'iru.l llio iiorier of
a inl'lulo ii-ied );tsaoii'.M-r, "yo nios' al
wtivs litis iiiiii'ler ciur 'uotit this time
ob tho c ben in , ).t smokiii room's
til;rh ciiipiy now, s:th."
I no L'ctiUetirwi it-ldro.ssol htul al
ready smoked two or tliree cl-jrnrs slnco
tiiH-r. nibl a few mitniles beforo hail
reni'ti kinl that ho wns sleepy, hut in
live minutes he w;is ii-.'ain in thosmok
injr room, iiiill'iu nwuv. C'tii'losity us
o tlie iiii-iuilu-: of the porter s straniio
in -1 i t led lo iutiiiry.
"Well, y-i' intiiiii'l ;ivn itiiwny, but,
Iril's ono of tiie trick's of tho 'fesliuii.
iiiti4i'4 it iinl U'f ' iii-iii hm' soiin'tiiiu'
1 o il every jreliViH-n dat t;'.-lveN on my
:i,i. If hu drinks :i iiule liijuor 1 j-ik-
in ;iy pit: s iniu m mi, iii oi) 11 no nex
.Vitii'T on i inav un p.-irlle in
oout do vein ! sunn, nn 1 II a him if
temiiM.'i'i sit ti Ii tn, tolling ',liu 1
Illi'llllMr li'iW tieltlf lie IS. I leliS
tnoro Uinii oiiu c-timii'ii tht: ho smokes
n lies ci.'liiiS t'V-l' Idlt tied in my Call.
Any liUie peeiiii.ii'itv m' wlilni. nn botil
every nitiii iuis oipi or in 7, 1 'inembei'
tttnl htiinoi- him in it. yo see. I trv to
lllllkiMi'iiei'V 1 1 1 : 1 II li'lieVO J know him,
tin' ile pbuner 1 c:ni iiniue iht f ick np-
iiiiiIi so ile oiler p isscn-crs will soeun
n-iili ile licticr I iim) ii, I ink bout tie
ladies ilkiti Ihiti'i'v, iiey inn t no com
pnr'soii to do c,eiiiiii-'ii, I)i' niii'i no
mini .ib'ti wlinl nun I Iikh in lie trcmed
lis if ho win it 's "i-'eiiccl irnvoler nn'
hi nn iy ol iin -oi l.iiici-, 1) i' 'in -in-
llil' inn ill tie ! 1 1 ;l A 1 1 1 1 loo, bn. i, licl
1 lil.-t.Ktt TT'M) ,-i lii'ilif jils' be sill. Kin'
liiiiii.-iii tiMcii'ih," Uiirttyo lkrald
i.fH,,u f r an t enh ,.ri t. , . .
I,, Vn, "ih. r , Zl V'tovtTK
n -1 r-i iii r,-. Milu i. i'ii ,,.i 1:1.,
- iV,V,,'IhT"" " ,'.":,1k '' "ocilue. brown.
. . ... '. ,. ' . , . r " i-'ti" b;l"
dv - r ..,ii- 1 ii , tin . . a L 1. , ' !M ra
i.rk V - " " ""l C' m, lr-
A. .:. EUDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
fjolil, Diamond, Solid Silver,
P L AT 1 J3-AV A 11 E.
St I.ouis Pi ices Idiplicated.
and Aate AVare,
Coolers & let Cream Freezers.
CAI RO, 111.
Levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
The Key si ono of a Great Tower Laid.
Three, hundred people, with upturn
ed faces und staring eyes watched tho
monster marhlo koystono of the arch
of tho Li;? tower of Iho Public Buildings
nt PniliKlelphU ns it swung in air. A
sli-rht board railiiif; kopi tho crowd
from irottins; under the stone. Slender
two-inch stool cables, looking hardly
btrong enough to boar a workman's
weight, held tho mass. A tall man,
with reddish whiskers, made the Big
nal to "hoist nway," and a black giant
nrm strotcliinsrout from above tho mar
ble top, 193 foot in tho air, gathered in
tho slender cords. The fignro of a
workman, sooniing as though viewed
from the largo end of ft toloscopo,
walked out upou the giant's arm und
lookod down. Heneuth the stono n
mnson iionehnlnntly chipped away with
hummer und chisel at a uinrblo block.
Tiio grimy plum's nrm made a swoop
und stopped over tho nporlure whoro
tho six tons of marble wero to lodge,
From tho courtyard below tho immonso
block lookod as though two men could
lift It. Across Pcnn Square tho brass
hands ot the liroiul Street Station
clock noted tho Illght of two hours bo
fore, the keystone was In placo.
"The liouviest, stone in llio towor is
the covering piece In llio circle form
Iiil' tho lower front of 'the tower. It
weighs inlrly-two ions," snld Foreman
Lawrence. "I expect to havo all tho
stonework completed by tho end of tho
sotison of 18)0. The height of tho tow
er tln n will he 810 .feet. From that
elovtiiion the iron work commences
und goes up l'.'o feet higher, until, to
tho crown of Wiilittm Putin's hat, tho
height of o-')5 feet is ronuhod," -- :-