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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
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New Lluln; Koom,
jul opened, B'tt' new bulldioot upitain.
A I tm cownulltid to mako room fur
uiv immense tc f holiday
concluded not to run
r..untin alter the 1st
ot d.-chiiIkt, o
parties wishing bargain will can at
ones. I prop" tu iKiiitf tin ho coun'er thu
(rdatwt aitntction. to be lount in the wsy
of birgaini rt'd 'D Chid. 80 cull and
avail yourii-li of (hu opportunity of gettini
the Ur.cut quantity ol goods fur little
niJOer. Tlitee day onlv.
IT ki't) Store.
Oysters, If hst-class, in all Styles,
at Boiui'i rettaurut, up taiii.
, Look for the Ked Light,
at DeBaUuV 60 Oln Kvee.
C. Kocb, Manufacturer and Dealer
in bouts aud sho.g, keep alwa8 on hand a
large assortment of gents' and ladiec' boot,
shoes and ruoiiers ot all style and biz .
Hand-made goods a specialty, also alwa)
on hand leather and findings. It will pay
you to cull on him before purchasing e e
where. Ilia p'ices are very low and satis
Ilewett can supply you witb
Oysters in the ciiy.
For the Bet Oysters,
go to DcBaun's, 50 Ohio kvee.
Under the auspices of the woman's club
and lihriry association: Clasa in oil paint
ing, Mrs. 0 Fihcr;class in wood-carving,
hammered brass, repousse, modeling and
etching, Mrs F. Knsmcyer." For terms
and hours apply to above named teachers.
Place your orders with Htwett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcBiun's,
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Ataius, Girnrd. Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tncy give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters Bre the purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify th -blood
and regulate the bowels. No family
canafTirdto bo without them. Tney will
save hundreds of dollar.4 iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty crnta a bottle by
BarcUy Bros. (3)
Entrance to Bono's Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue nd on Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster D.pot is on Eighth
street, one door eist of Commercial. tf
rtucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Snlve In the world for Cuts,
Bruiaes, Sores, trio rs, .Salt KLruro, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Cioi p"'d ll'ifids, Chilblains,
Corns. ami ail S-wii: Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. 1 is guaranteed to tlive per
fect satisfaction, m money refunded. Price
'J5 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Odpu Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio fcvee.
A Walking skeleton.
Mr. E. Siiringiii, oi jleuo .uicaourg, Pa.,
writes: "I was ifT;ctcd with lung level
and ahsc ss on lunu, ind reduced to a
walkinir skeleton. Got a free trml bottle
of Dr. Kinn'a New Discovery f r Con
sumption, which did mu so much gom!
that I bought a dolUr bottle. Alter using
three bottles, found in, self oice more a
man, completely restored to hotlth, with
he rty appetite, and a L'nn i i flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Btrclay Bps.' drug store and
gel a free trial bottie of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles fl 00
Only the Best. Brand of oysters,
at DeB.tuu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
II. Kroeger, ot West Plains, Mo., says
My wife had flooding last winter, and she
used one bottle of Mi-rrell's Female Tome
and was cured, although I had the services
o' two ductois before. She owes her 1 if o to
Mrs. Mary IJ.tyd, of Avon, St. Genevieve
Co., Mo., says, August .Dili, 1833: I have
used Merrell's Feniaie Tonic during
pregnancy, and after child birth, with the
very best result. I cannot speak too high
Jy ol it.
"Hough r.u Dentist" Tooth Powder.
Smooth, Refreshing, II irntlcss, Elegant,
Cleansing, Preserative aud Fragrant. 15c.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are In e from
all crude aud irritating matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very sma'l; very easy
to take; no pain; ,io gripping; n purging.
The People's Remedy (or biliouflnc,
constipation, piles, sick headache, jaundice,
&c, ia Allen's Bilious Physic, a pure vege
table liquid remedy; large bottle, 25 cents.
At Ml druggists. (3)
"Well's Healih Renewer" restores health
and Viif'ir, euro Dmnenaia. Iinnotcnee.
Bcxual Dobilit). , (2)
'I have been a ureal mfforer from Hay
Fovor for BI'teo years, 1 read ol the many
woudrous euros of Ely' Cream Balm and
thought I would try once more. In fifteen
minutes alter one application 1 was wonder
fully helped. Two weeks ago I commenced
. uing it and now I foul entirely cured. It
is the ifHitost diC ivery ev T known. Du-
hanvd Clark, Farmer, Lee, Slas. Price
,; Quick, cnmplfti cure, all aunoyirifr .fid"
' ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
LOST IN THE SWAMPS.
Mother and Daughter Wandor for
Dayg In the Traokloaa
(July to Fall at Last and Tvm to Doitb
Within a tew Mileo of a Bui
Heartrending Story for Those
Were Expecting the Loved
Ones at Home.
Siuwaxe, Wis., November 2D. Last
Saturday afternoon Mrs. John Wattacon
nit, whose husband resides near Oconto,
accompanied by a twelve-year-old daugh
ter, 6tarted from Kesbenc, in this county,
to walk to Ceclle, a station fifteen miles
distant on the St. Tuul & Eastern Grand
Trunk KAilroad, to take the cars for their
home. They got lost lu the woods Satur
day night, and waudered into some large
swamps. Tho sharp change in tho tem
perature of last Sunday tirade their wan
dering all the more severe.
Their non-arrival caused a search to be
made. Thursday tho girl was found
frozen to death In a low region, where
she bad evidently fallen from exhaus
tion. The search for the mother was
coutlnned, and yesterday she was also
found frozen to death about fifty rods
away from the daughter. The indications
were that after the mother fell, the little
girl tried to push on for relief, but was
overcome by the cold and laid down to
die within a few miles of the depot.
Laws Wanted Compelling Temperance
to be Taught la the School.
St. Louis, Mo., November 2'J. Peti
tions are being extensively circulated
throughout the city by the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union asking the
Legislature to provide for compulsory
scientific temperance instruction in the
public schools. This movement is iu pur
suance of a resolution adopted by the
State Teachers' Association last June,
which declared that "In all the grades of
the public schools of this State should be
tntiuht the effects of alcohol and other
stimulants, of narcotics, of gluttony, and
bad air upon the human system." A cir
cular Issued by Mrs. Ilattic E. Worthing
ton, of Klrkwood, says that such laws
have been already adopted in .Michigan,
Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and
lihode Island. The petition for this State
is being extensively signed.
THE TICK. IU
Give Quotations From the Chicago Board
Chicago, III., November 29. At the
close of the afternoon session of the
Board of Trade yesterday it was an
nounced over the tickers that quotations
would be distributed as usual until
further notice. The contract with the
Western Union Is annulled from the
opemuu lh uuirninu, mid the Hoard ot
Trade Is at liberty to discontinue supply
inir quotati'fct without further notice.
That it hai-fi'ddcd not to do so Imme
diately is apparent from the nature of the
ticker communication sent out last night,
that unless new legal ditlleulties should
spring up the Western Union will bo
compelled to observe the requirements
of the Board lu the matter ol lurnlsmng
quotations or risk a forfeiture of its
Horse and Wheel.
New York, November' 2'J. Charles E.
Davis, a well-known sporting man, is en
deavoring to rent Madison Square Garden
for one week, for the purpose of having a
six days' contest, fifteen hours per day,
between horses and bicycles. Iu the con
test John S. Prince, champion bicyclist,
backs himself and two unknown bicyclists
agalust Charles M. Audersou, champion
loug distance rider of the world.
Fell Dead While Kaaduig Bad Mews.
Frkkma.v, III., November 2!). Daniel
Morris, an aged resident of this place,
last night received a telegram announcing
that his daughter had died at Kansas
City. While reading the telegram he fell
dead upon the floor.
Receiver ot the Storey Estate.
CiiiCAdo, III,, November 2.), Judge
Tulley this morning appointed Horace
II. Hurlbert receiver of the Storey estate,
and enjoined hi in not to meddle with the
policy aud editorial staff of the paper
unless under special orders of the Court.
A Vlotory for Mrs. Storey.
CiiiCAtio, III., November 29. Tho ap
pointment of Mr. Hurlbut as receiver of
the 2'iWs Is a victory for Mrs. Storey In
her flirbt against Manager Patterson. The
judge this afternoon fixed Hurlbut's bond
at half a million dollars.
John Sullivan, of Boston, Killed.
Nkw York, November 29. Third mate,
Johu Sullivan ot the steambout l'llgrlm,
one ot the Fall lllver boats, was standing
on a plank at the pier this morning when
suddenly a crate of baggage which was he
lng hoisted from the boat to the dock tell on
him, killing him almost Instantly. Sulll
van was thirty-three years old and a reM
dent of Boston, Friends have taken
charge of the body.
A Sensation in Court.
Jackson, Mich., November 29. A
sensation was produced in tho Hoi-
comb trial yesterday by Frank Mason, of
Montcalm County, swwulng that ho rode
from Bay City to Agemawa with Dan
Holcomhou the cars In October, ls;l,
and Holcomb showed Mason a Us-ealilier
Smith & Wesson revolver, and said ho
was going to visit his brother. This was
after Holcomb claimed he had lost the re
volver. Mason, who bears a first-class
reputation, Identified Dan Holcomb on
tho street yesterday, having never seen
him tdncc the couvcrxaUou occurred
Must Furnish Cars,
Cincinnati, O., November 29. Judge
Baxter has grunted a temporary In
junction lu favor ot W,P, Rend nuainst
the Columbus, Hocking Valley & Toledo
Hallway, restraining the latter from re
fusing to tuiiilhhuml cars and transporta
tion at the inuui rates and without delay
iver all its lines ot roads.
New Yobe, November 29. Burr, Son
k Co., brewers, unsigned this morning to
J. 8. Oakley, with preferences of 8100,611.
The firm rates at 9U3,0U0.
Vaxdalia, III., November 2'J. The
prisoners In tho Couuty Jail, Ave iu num.
ber, made their escape last night by cut
ting through tno wall. OUlcers and a
posse of cltlzeus are searching the sur
Mine. Albanl to Come to America.
Nkw York, November 29. Mnie. Al
banl has made arrangements to come to
this country aud appear In concerts and
possibly In opera during the coming Win
ter and Spring. She will arrive here
about January 1st.
Thoi. Emlen Franklin Dead.
New York, November 29. Thos.
Emlen Franklin, cx-Attorney-Gencral oi
Pennsylvania, died at Lancaster, Pa.,
last evening of paralysis. He was a dele
gate to the convention
Henry Clay in 1848; to
that nominated Taylor,
vention that nominated
and to the con
Lincoln for re-
Dcdlqie, Ia., November 29. A. C.
Anderson's dwelling on High street burn
cd this morning. Loss, $ 20,000; fully In
sured. It. E. Putnam was terribly Injured by a
piece of flying iron at the Milwaukee
shops this morning.
Wm. Manning shot his middle finger
away while removing the load from a
Si'liiXGFiELP, Mo., November 29.
James Turpiu and Thomas Miller were
urrested to-day on a charge of burglar
izing the resideuce of W. A. Hall, Jr.
The prize drill of the Fifth Regiment,
to have been held last night, ended In a
disgraceful row on account of the pre
vailing belief that the Springtleid com
pany was trying to "hog" the prize.
They got it, their competitors retiring
lrom the contest.
Grain and Provisions.
8ATLKDAY, XOVEMBEIt 20, 1L
rorroy Steady; ml-l 1 1 lnyr. luaio'ic.
Kl-ocu-Steii'ty; XX to eljolee, J.3033.10;
patent. H.Xi'n l .
Wiibat .-teu'ly; Xo. ilted, 75.V3757,'c; Xo.
i:okn Lower; Xo. 2 mixed, UhUViHc; No.
2 white mixed, 3tc.
oats Lower; No. 2, 25c.
Rvb steady ; No. 2, 4stf48','c.
Toiiacco Urm; luas; common to choice,
W.mi'a lO.(X); leaf; common red lea, fi.50
io.no ; medium to kooiI, j;.001i 17.00.
Hav I'raine, fs.oo'a lo.M) (or prime toeholce
new; e over mixed, $7.Wa 10.00 for common
to prime; pr mo new timothy, J'J.OU'-ll.oo;
fani'V, H.'.OO'a i:i ().
lifTTKit steady ; choire to fancy creamery,
WfU'ic; dairy, choice to fancy, JO'aiic.
Koos lnill ; fresh stock, '.Mc per dozen.
Potatoes Finn for choice; common dull;
common to choice, iis'trlie.
1'onK Dull; new mens, Jll.on311.25.
Laku Juiet; prime steam. a.U.'kC.
Iiacos Ixjhus, 7c; shorts, 7.lc; clear;
rlhs, "c; all packed.
Wool Tuti-wanhed, choice. 28c; fair, 27c;
dlnirv and low, X'aHic. 1'iiwnnhed Choice
medium, .'O'a .'n'ic; itood averaue medium, IS
Ml lie; selected llu'ht line, 17'a 14;; good aver
nun iiil7f": heuvy. It'n IU; aumliiniz, finarter
Mood, WoJOSc; combing, low grades, uv
MriiRs Gren malted easier; dry steady.
(;ri.,.n Milted, Wc; dummied. 7c; branded, e;
bnllH or Maun, 0c; part cured. Se; green, (un
cured) 7'jc; dry flint, 17c; damaged, Uc; kip
Hti'l calf hkln.Uc; bulla or staga, 10c; dry
salted, l.'e; damaired, 10c; glue stock, 6c.
SMhKP 1'Kl.Ts Dull; green, WatiOc; dry, do,
45c; green shearlings, I5'30c.
WiiEAT-Wcoker;Xo.2Ked, Dcember,l Vc;
January, Klc; February, s!Xc; March,
seVisesc; April, , May, 92V'.Vc.
Culls Lower; uecemrer, c; uunnury,
45Va5?c; February, 4SXc;Murch, ; May,
bcr, 31.Sc; January, 3lc; May, 34.Wc.
Whkat Weaker; November,; Decem
ber, 7:ic; January, 74V74S'c; February,
75'c; May, Sl'.o.
Coils Lower; November, 3iV i December,
35',c; year, ; January, 34'c; Febru
ary, 84i"c; May, 3"Xo.
Oat Lower; November, 25Ke: Decem
ber, 25 lie; year, ; January, ii'jc; May,
1'okk Steady; year, 10.77J'; January,
$10.99; February, $11.07
I.aki Steady; November, 17.05; Decem
ber, Vl.77 ; January, $U.80; February, jy.S'.f;
miokt Kins November, $5.95; January,
$5.05; February, $3.7-2; March, $5.J..
Live Stock Markets.
Cattle Supply moderate, but equal to
the demand; quotations nominal; good
to heavy steers, $5.25'd i.l5; fair to good, $4.40'
R.00; common to medium natives, $.).75a.J5;
fair to good Colorado steers, $3.75'a4.50; light
to irood Htotkers, JJ.Oua J.7i; native cows and
heifers, ti.W4i.a0; milch cows and calves,
Hons The packing demand exceeded the
supply. Light to extra heavy packing sold
at $4.20'a4.50; medium butcher's welglila,
S t.:M)'rt 4.40 ; common, $4.10a4.l&; Yorkers,
$4.mj'c4.20; pigs and culls, $;I.70W4.00.
Siibkh I air demand : common to medium,
$1. 5042.25; fair to good, $2.5O'a:i.O0; good to
choice, $.U.Vi:i.35; lambs, per 100 lbs, $2.00'
4.00. Very few choice offering,
lioos Itecelpts, a 1,000) bead; opened
active then declined Ac; light, $4.00'a t.:i5)
rough pucklng, W.I0'a4.M; heavy packlug
Uml shlliplng, Vt.H0'a4.5O.
CATTL- Receipts, 2,500; mostly Texans,
which runge loc lower at $3.0ox75; natives
steady ut $l.25ttl!,g5; Blockers dull at U
Siikbp Itecelpts, l.ooo; steady; Inferior to
Cattle Only retail trade; feeling lower.
Shekh anii LAMhs-Market dull and droop,
lug; feeders, M.oe'i4.l9; good to choice,
$a.nO'd':M5) good to choice Canada lambs.
Hons Market active, weak and lower)
good to cholcii Yorkers, $l.0'al.4o; butchers'
grades, $i.20 4,40; 40 cars unsold, cloning
CATTLK-Ilccelpts 2,noo: natives 'steady;
rnners strong; exports, fS.lHi'dii.a; good to
choice shipping, $5.40'irri,75; rominon to
medium, $O.Vaft.i5; feo'lers, $.l.75'o4.,; cows,
J.'.'.Vir.W!!; grass l ex as steers, I-l.OO'u.l.-ii
Coloriulo half lirceds, .l.40i 4.40.
iloosHeeelpls, I'J.ikk); weaker; 10c lower)
lots of I '.hi to ;ioo pounds average at J.U'6'a3.15 ;
liiniiilv nt fl.Mi.
siikkp Kecelpls, 2,700) imlct ami un
Money and Btock Markot.
Nkw Yoiik, November 29, 1:30 p. m,
Money 2 per cent; cxrhaugo f jnltit and
steady) aovernmentH strong: currency, (is,
l.li bld:4's, coupon, liri bli;4s's, do, 114 'f
bid. The market opened toilut. Tliroughoiit
the mormiiK tho course ol prices was very
erratic, Tim trading was moderate and do.
veloped no tcatura of Interest except in the
rnse of Lackawanna, which Mas tiid up
sharply by a tlliiie in It. At ohm time, nils
stock showed an advance, of i( but the
bears olNct tlm inlliiencn of this advanen by
raiding Vanderhllts anil (.ruiiKern. At tho
time of wrilinu, with the exception of the
Itnck named, die whole market Is down to
kbout the lowest tlguru of the mtirjiln. ,
ANTICS OP A TAME CKOW.
The Thlovlng rripi'iiltla f tlm Utnl
HU Sliivwdiicsa anil Curiosity, '
Apnirof tiinii' crows, that boonmo
almost fami'v pets, lmvo nll'ordo.l n
great deal of" ntniiseiTH'nt, to u funiily in
tt lieiHibor';!)',' town. Taken from tho
nest before thev were nhle to II v. they
l.' inied tlieir first lessons of lifo in com
rv.ninn-diiii with limnim bi'iiigs, nnd
n-mw to lie almost as tame us tho do
nn'-tie poultry. Tln-y were taken from
the net. probablv, about the loth or
12th of .Juiit, mid havo now nttaimvl
tlio size of full-grown crows. Oi:o
marked trait of character, that begun
to be developed pretty parly nnd has
oro'.vn with their growth and strength
ened with their strength, is 11 (li.-pO.-'i-tion
to misc ief.
One of tho two lias been, from the
first, much more tiuuo and familiar
than tho other. "Jack," as the family
pet is called, ha developed the thiev
ing and mi-.ch'evoiis traits of nil the
r"w tribe. Ho will enter at an open
window, ami steal whatever ho can
carry oil', particularly if it shine i or
.'litters. In this way ho got oil' with a
voting lady's gold thimble, which has
been hidden where it is not likely to be
foii'iil again: and ho came near gett n;'
oil' witha lady's wnteli, w hich was it -cued
iii-it in t'iim after he had got it
out of doors. Warued by expei ictice,
the family havo to keep tho windows
shut, if they leave any room for the
time unguarded. One day recently.
Jack was caught tearing nil" the wall
paper, of which ho had already strip
ped oh" nearly a yard. A day or two
since he was seen in the net of tnfcig
to lift nnd carry oil' a rubber dour-mat,
which, however, proved a little too
heavy for him.
The tendency of both crows w as to
hide the things' they had stolen. Thee
thev would so deftly conceal, ami in
such queer places, "that there seemed
little hope of getting back nnything af
ter the crows once made oil' with it.
Ja k. having hidden some stolon arti
cles very carefully under a heap of
leaves ut the foot of a tree, flow away,
apparently well satisfied with that par
ticular piece of work. He had been
watched, and in his absence the stolen
property was recovered, and the leaves
replaced as he had left them. When
lie came back he went to that spot and
cautiously examined the situation
carefully removing tho leaves. Dis
covering his loss, n exhibited a comi
cal state of n-tonishment and bewilder
ment. Cocking his head on one side,
lie surveyed the m'ciio in a reflect ivo
mood; then he re-examined tho .-pot
where his stolen property had boon hid
den; then he went back ii rod or two,
and took a careful survey of tho tree
and its surroundings, apparently to
iiK'.ke sure that he had got the right
tree. Having satisfied himself mi this
point, and once more assured ljiin.M'if
that the plunder was no longer where
lie had hidden it, he stood for some
time, in an apparent state of deep I e
wilderment.or a kind of brown study
his head li d fivquo tly turned in a
knowing way on one side.
At last he'gave it irp, mad an excur
sion all around th" tive, and then left
the matter finally, as a conundrum
that was evidently loo deep fur him.
lie is a knowing fowl, and. like his
cllin cousin, the raven, eclcbnae 1 by
IMi'ar Poe, he knows how to eoruo and
knock gently on the window pane
when he wants to get inlo the hoti-c.
He knows, too, how much watcr i. to
be provided for his bath; for he is very
regular and punctual about taking his
morning bath, :md after his mistress
has come out with one pitcher of water
and poured it into the pan, Jack al
wavs awaits for the arrival of the sec
ond pitcherful. Then he jumps in and
has a jolly time of it. Hopping and Hap
ping about in the water until lie gets
"wet as a drowned rat," when he got
off, a dripping and bedraggled object,
to some: secure apot where ho can dr)
himself in the sun.
The crows finally becoming thr digt
their thieving propensities, as much ot
n nuisance as an amusement, and Oc
tober approaching, when the family
would get ready to leave their country
farm for more than half a year's ab
sence in their city home, it was deter
mined to dispose of the troublesomo
pets by taking them oil' to a distant
wood and there liberating them and
leaving thorn to take care of them
selves. .Securely fixed in a tightly-covered
basket, so that they could neither
get out nor see tin: direction they were
takin". thev were driven to a piece of
woods distant seven miles from the
house. Hero they were liberated in
the presence of a quantity of food that
had been kindly brought' for their im
mediate wants, and there left to them
selves. Hut tho next day Jack appear
ed at tho house again, as pert and con
fident as ever, and it is needless to add,
that from tho feminine part of the
household at least he received a warm
welcome. He soon reappeared at his
favorite chamber window tapping to
get in, and on being admitted was duly
fed with candy, ono of his favo ito
forms of food. "With it lie was given a
iivo wasp, to see what the crow would
do with it. He nearly killed he wasp,
and rolling him up wit i broken bits of
candy, swallowed the whole together.
Jack has not yet been joined by Ills
shyer brother, who seems inclined to
make a winter of it, on his own account
in tho woods; but his mischievous
pranks are not lessened by his loneli
ness. Ho hears his name mentioned
on tho lawn below, and responds with
his caw, caw, and comes down from
his perch on tho roof or tree. Under
tho roof a family of red squirrels, clmt
toring and frolicsome, have mudo tlieir
liotnes three of them growing so tamo
that they will come dmvn anil hop on
the head or shoulder of the ono who is
believed to have nuts for them, and
even search his pockets. With theso
squirrels Jack has his sport and hi
tussles, and makes things lively by
seizing them by tho tail when they
would escapo. He is still at tho house,
and there, It seems likely, tho family
will have to leave him when they go
lf, Indeed, he does not follow them, us
ho does when they go lo church. Jlttrt
noted at a wild
of New Hampshire,
cat tii) a tree iu his
nivliiirJ. and she retaliated by
Ui3 claw-marks on his bucrod person
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
' No. 1 6 i; Commercial & Oth,
The nopul ir One-Price shoe Store wouli
respect lu I y call attention to anew line
nf'HiW si n J' YmtliV li"cs. Neatest and
bt-st wa rinir Jtuys Uutton Moots in the
city, sizes 1 to 5, S2.00. ' Solid Solar Tip
YouhiV Kutr Hoots, sizes 11 to 13A, $1.50.
jtSTlM'se aro not sli iddy goods, made to
sell only, hut are warranted as rep
I)reseiitud.SJl We carry a full lint of Kuhber Goods
a 1 the snles tit the very lowest
Cu ro. 111.-
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101 Coiiiinerciiil Ave.,
STOVES, -:- KAKGES, -:- TIS,
Japanned licrlin and -tgato Ware,
Diid Cages, Ihith Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Wttlakf Oil. tiasoline and Gas toveo, Detroit
Mife ('4i., lUniMion steel. Hows, Clnlletl Plows, Walkiiie Cultivators,
( oiu Shellers, Haute) ?, He, Ktc.
Nos. 27 & 3
Popular Reliable Cash
DDRY GOODS HOUSE
Is the wk now' edited leader f all that is new and desirable.
X v Hi's iii fnicv goods for the holid iy trade are being re
ceiv d daily, and l idies who desire to mak" up fancy article J
fur Clii Mma presents can liud a handsome stock to select
fnm. This w ek we will have tancy squares for silk patch
work, silk c,rd. tinsle braid stamp-d tidies for etch ing and
thous imls of other pretty things. Call a d see us now, and
next wet K wnen our muiuuy
The financier's daughter: Mrs.Proud
pursu "The idea of any daughter of
mine marrying ft mechanic!" Miss
Proudpurse-"Bot, rua, he . is such a
aiec young jui an, co gentlemanly, and
then, vou know, he is very highly cdu
jated." "No matter; ho in only a car
penter, nnd you must break ' with him
U once." "Hut, ma, wasn't A ft mo
ihanicP" "What idiocy! Of courso
not. ' Ho was ft financier. " "Hut ho
lays so himself.1' .Nonsense! Ho
handled enormous sums of money, ami
iltluiugh ho sometimes took his tools
mil went out to mend a bursted water
pipe, it was only to kill time," ,
It; . TICD- ii'l'e"
i.ml ent em n U city or
CMiiii vtu nilio IilUi wo k I ' liolr own Ii
Sill 4hIii) MiMlv ii.itli't we k K'Tit Dy imilliiio
civnn ; Wi'U'ivoni 'I ml f;r ow work
tuiit lirnl.h ft n v eliiilvm"iit A(P n.M. vjih
M.i.p.l ltllWN iMl'U. CUMl'ANV, .114 Vln; Ht.,
CliieliinHtl.Olil". - 11-lllm
nnKHM.B .Tw Urgu cnnnon Htovct. Apply t
t Tno Hull tin fllco.
v LU Miiyd rk J imp ! tirr v, tint rlro
ruw, . 'Mi'l Jjli. Inr fir,) Inquire. fU A.
n i l SAI.H -llnvilmik l'inetun. m-w li-t Prh'O
T c-;iim, r,,r j ,-I ipnr." of B. A. Un uutt, Dullu.
Ii oilh n.
1 1'oiiUr. iml nnuc MUUJ o i Pop'ar abuvo
TJotl (4 I.M -rvr.t rcill'e.'im on
I.,',,,. .1 u l,nrjnlri
U M, J.UOWLEif, Roul EnttttoAsout
i r r
I -- (fi is
Holiday -:- Presents!
('old, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
P Ij a t is .d-av a k e.
Mitslritl InstrtuneiitH. St I.oui Prices I'nplicated.
- - ( AlKO.ILL-
AS -:- USUAL!
oous are an m
CAIRO OPKKA HOUSE.
k Dramatie. Kvent that all Miould wit
ness, as the opportunity may
nevt r occur again.
One -Vluht Onlr-
THURSDAY, DEC. 4.
' Ono of America'! Oreit it Star Acton,
iiliportcil liy Complete Drmutlo Conirany In
bin uiicqiiuk'il kiicl xfii'il ebuructsr of
PJP VAN WINKLE
Vagchoiid of tho CaUkills.
Kntlrely difTurent from nil othor, nnd m plyod
hv him In ov.'ry city oi Am rlcs for flliucn corueca
tl'vu yi'r. You IH ruifretitlt you iniiiiixlug
ililx ii,ui4ier,i uct ol iiriinuiil rt
It Is Kiicoiirnired bv the pulpit and
iMidoi 8c(l by the Press.
"Hohert Mo mbi's II m Via Wmklo It t great
nerm ii " Itcv Duiih I M.e lln, hcotluicl.
l.i?"iieiK'inber the pay and Date.i?J
9Atlmlslun, 50 met 75 eeuH. G.llury, t
ctiuti, dcui tuturod ut DuUur't,