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THJfi DAILY 0A1KU iiULLJATIN; FRIDAY MOKNING, DECEMBER 6, 1584.
New Dlulwr Koofn,
juit opened, Uotto'a Dew building up stair.
From this dite written order will be re
quired tor all i;oodii purchiieud in t tie city
byctnplyocs, otherwise billa will Dot be
paid lj thib onmpany,
New YonK Stokk Co.
13t liy C. 0. Tatieh.
Look for tlie Red Llfflit,
it DeBauu't 50 Ohio k-vee.
C. Kocli, Manufacturer and Dealer
in boots and shoes, keep always on hand a
Urge assortment of (jeuts' ami ladies' boots,
shoes and ruotiurs ot all style and size.
Uand-niade i'K"'8 a specialty, al always
oa hand letther and tindiiiL'S. It will pay
you to call on him before purcliasin else
where. His prices tire very low and satis
faction frutrn.ti ed.
Hewett can supply ynu with the
Oysters in the city.
For the Bet Oysters,
goto DeUaun's, 50 Olii levee.
Under the auspices of the woman's club
and library aariumtinn : Gins in oil prim
ing, Mrs. G Finher;cla-s in wood-curving,
hammered bras, n-poU'se, uiodi linu arm
etching, Mrs. F. K'naini-yer. For term
and hours apply tuubovu uuiiicl teachers.
riace your orders
Oysters and Fish.
For a Good ileal
or a good room, go to DilJiutiV, 5G Ohio
Those are Solid Ftcts.
The best blood purifier and system rcgu
lator ever pluced within the reach ot suf
fering humanity, truly is Klec'.ric Hitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Iiilhuisuesf", Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or iiu
disease of the . urinary organs, or wuoevtr
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Hitters tli
best and only certain cure known. They
act surely and quickly, every bottle guar
anteed to pive entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
BarclBy Bros. (4)
Entrance to Uotto'd Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue nnd on Seventh St.
Ilewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, oiio dour enst of Commercial. tf
tfuc.Kien'8 Aruiea halve
The Best Salvo ill the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For stile by Burehy
, Oysters, Ulrst-clas, in all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up siuiis.
Open Day ami Sight.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dai ley, of Tunkhanuock,
Ta., w.s alllicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians could yive no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in lust Octo
ber she procured a battle of Dr. KingV
New Diricovery, w he n immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use or it short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 60 lbs. in a few month.
Free Trial Buttles of this certain cure ol
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
Only tbe Best Brand of Oyhters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee, tf
If you are failini; broken, worn out and
nervous, use "Wells' Health Runewer." $ I.
Smart weed and billitilona combined
with the other ingredients used in the last
porus piaster make Carter's S. W. & B.
Backache plusb r, the be?t in the market.
Price 5 cents.
Vcni, Viai, Vici 1 ciiine, I saw, I con
quered--is adaptable to Allen's BilioU"
Physic. It quickly relieves Constipation.
Piles, Sick Headache, &c , 55 Cents. At
all Druiigihts. (4)
Pcecher'B Bad Head.
For two months in the year Henry Ward
Beecher can't preach. In augttit and Sep
tember he tikes his vncatiuu and endures
the onset of the hay fever. A man with
hay fever isn't accountable for his actions.
He is frantic witli snuffing, snei z'.nir and
headache. Every nerve in his skull thrills
with distress, und his head is a fountain oi
tears. Re lives only to fly from seaside to
mountain ' top in search of relief. This
form of catarrh (hay fever) Ely's Cream
Balm will cure. Placed in tho nostrils it
penetrates and soothes tho affected parts at
once, restores tho impaired Reuses and cre
ates healthy secretions. You cannot run
away from hay fever, but you can drive it
irom you by using Ely's Cream U dm.
Flies, rotches, ants, bed bu.'s, rats, mice,
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out I
Cheap homes in Arkaiisn and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Had way, Texas and
Pacific Jtailwsy and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
- tcrei of the choicest fanning and grazir.u
laodt in th world, ranging in price from
18.00 to 300 and tl.00 tier acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad-
areas io tue unucraigucu ior a copy of ntR,
tlstics of crops raised in Arkanm and Texas
la lHb2, and makeup your mind to go ant
see ior yourself when you Irani that tlie cn
for 18b!) is 50 nijr cent larger than that m
1882. To those purchasing land owned bv
the Company, and navinir nne-fourth. one.
half, or all cvli, a proportionate rebate it
iii'iiirj i'uki jorucKeii orireign'
orer the Companies lines.
II. C. Towksbno, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louli, Mo.
HUNTING A ROE,
A Bloodthirsty Kontucklan Wbc
Crosaod tho Ohio in Search
Demands the Name of the Author of An
Offensive Article Published in the
He Flourishes a Revolver and Backs Down
Stairs Before an Una rmed
Cincinnati, O., December 4. George
Mortimer Hoc, city editor of the Einjuircr,
was sitting nt bis desk, wu.ch Is In the
corner of his room, shortly after mid
night, Wednesday, wheu a sou of Robert
Breckinridge, of Lcxlugton, Ky., entered,
accompanied by u frleud. lie denmnded
In high Kentucky style the name of the
author of n recently published article
concerning his father, In which the latter
Is charged with the misappropriation ol
SUiO.OoO. Mr. Roe .said that the story
was printed by the A'jcyuiW and was ulso
transmitted by the Associated Press and
he did not know the author. Young
lirecklnriage contradicted him flatly, and
uMn Roe adding that he believed the ar
ticle originated with the Louisville J'oef,
he was ngaln flatly contradicted.
Mr. Roe then said: "If you know
more about It than I do what did you
come here for?" and Intimated that the
immediate retirement of his visitors was
in order. Breckinridge then lifted his
cane .und .Mr. Roe arose in his place
to ward off the threatened blow.
Meantime several of the attaches of the
ofliee, bavin'.' I n attracted by tlie
loud talk. .'.iii: 1 on the scene; where
upon the eeiivieiiiiin from Kentucky
did not strike the threatened blow, but
drawing a revolver from his overcoat
pocket, hacked, with his friend, down
the stairs, threatening to shoot Mr. Roe
if he followed. The latter followed,
hoping to Hud the private watchman of
the place at tlie foot of the stairs,
und give the beliereut gentlemen into
custody. Breckinridge, however, did not
shoot,' but succeeded in retiring with
great rapidity and without being ar
rested. The mutter was given into the
charge of the police, who have not yet
found their man. 1
DOWN T1IKV GO.
Mills and Shops at Pittsburgh Continue
to Shut Down.
Pn rsiii itr.il, Pa., December 4. The
new mill of Zug & Co., closed down last
night until after the holidays, and to-day
the employes of the old mill were uotilled
that work will be .suspended this evening.
Tlie reason assigned for the short notice
given for the Midden stoppage was the
scarcity of orders. About 1,'J00 men are
thus thrown out of employment for a
The guide and sheet-iron departments of
Singer, Nimlek & (.'o.'s mill, employing
about 100 men, closed down last night in
definitely. The piece-workers in the
KfysfeiMO Ilrtitrrr Omimii.r'" irorts nrcro
uotilled to-day that wages would be re
duced .January 1st fifteen percent. It is
probable n similar reduction wHl be or
dered in all the departments. A ten per
cent cut in wages of the employes of 1).
R. Speer & Co.'s planing mill will go into
effect next Monday.
A 3'OI.ISII l'KOli.s;s01t
Charged With Incest, Shoots Himself.
Washington, D. C, December 4.
Prof. Wowolowskl, a music teacher of
some notoriety in Washington, was re
cently charged, with his daughter, with
unnatural familiarity. The hearing of
the case developed a startling condition
of affairs. Ieavy bail was fixed, but the
Professor secured it.
This morning lie committed suicide by
shooting himself with a revolver. Wo
wolowskl, at the preliminary heaiiug,
denied having improper relations with
his daughter. It Is said he was a son of
the Chief Justie of Poland. Amoug'the
effects of the deceased are upwards of
twelve thousand dollars' worth of rare
paintings and jewels.
The Lobs ol the Mary Joseph.
IIaui-ax, N. S., December 4. The fol
lowing particulars regarding the loss of
the Mary Joseph, at Channel, N. F., with
all on board, have just been received
bet p. The Mary Joseph sailed from
North Sydney, November L'Oth, called at
lngonlcli, and sailed from there on the
22d, taking one woman named Kate Wil
liams as a passenger. The crew consist
ed of Captain Scott and Frank Rullcf uud
his son, Michael Petite and Charles Voyse,
till ot Channel.
The schooner Bessie, which arrived at
North Sydney yesterday from Channel
reports that the mast of Hie Mary Joseph
was picked up near that place yesterday,
which makes It snre that the vcf 1 was
lost. None of the bodies were recovered
as far us heard from.
Another move is to be made on Okla
The Wlnkelback murder trial is In
progress at C'harleitovii,'lll.
l'eter Sehrocder's brewery ut l'erhain.
Minn., burned with a loss of $50,0uu.
Tho passenger war between New York
aud the West Is growing still warmer.
Governor Cameron of Virginia is sail
ing Chesapeake Hay after oyster pirates.
The President-elect will attend the ben
efit lor the actors' fund in New York to
day. ltcv. John J. Lewis, professor in the
MadNon University, Hamilton, N. Y,, is
Mr. Itlalne will remain several days lu
New York city as tho guest ol Steve
The Shoe aud Leather Insurance Com
pany of Uoskm decided to retire from
A. W, Smith's safe was blown open at
Walnut Kldg, Ark., and f 1,200 In money
A building In which tho Salvation army
were holding at meeting at lilddeford,
Me., was set on flic.
Hevcnuo reformers In Congress are en
uvuvoring io noia a conicrence to map
out a plan o( action.
Jim Waiwon, the murderer ol Atnutmlo
Walklns, a Team oauiemau, waa cap
lUMdand tnkrnU) Fort fimlth, Ark.
BJB Tba Breaded DfphtharU.
Montreal, Cam., December 4. Ia tie
Tarbh of St. Cholastlque twenty children
have died from diphtheria lately, aud
seventy cosoa are now reported.
Deksdkn, O., December 4. J. J. In
galln, a fanner of this county, lost thirteen
head of cuttle from a dLscase supposed to
be pleuropneumonia. The cattle camo
from Chicago last aprlng.
The Expense of Organizing the Pitta
PrrrsiiURGU, Pa., December 4. Tho
base-ball club for next season represents
a cost of ovwr 831,000, which Includes
$C,000 paid for the release of the Colum
bus players. This Is said to be more
money than was ever before paid for a
base-ball club in tho United States.
Fifty Horses Burned.
IUltimokk, Md., December 4. Early
this morning fire in the stables of the
Hall's Springs Passenger Railway Com
pany destroyed the largo building, to
gether with many of the company's cars
and fifty horses. The flames started til
the hayloft, and spread so rapidly that
only fifteen horses aud one car could bo
Infelicity in Felicity Ends In Suicide at
Cincinnati, O., December 4. Wm.
W. Frank committed suicide this fore
noon in the jail at Bafavia by cutting his
throat with a razor. Ho was to bo
tried for arson lu burning his livery
stable at Felicity. He tried last week to
shoot himself at the Dennisou House in
this city. He was once a man of means
aud a promlncntpollllcian.
Will Temporarily Resume.
Chicago, Ii.i.., December 4. Manager
Potter, of the South Chicago Rolling
Mill, announced that on ilonday next the
mill will resume work on the past year's
scale. The old employes have been noti
fied that they can go to work at that time.
Mr. Potter promises that the mill will run
until January. Further than that there
can bo no definite promises.
Grain and Provisions.
THCBSDAY, DECEMBER i, Wi.
Cotton Steady; mlrt'lllni?, '.'.ftlOSe.
l'!.o UK Steu'tv; -XXX to cliolee, 2.:S.13;
patents, f!.:l.Vi l.i.
Wiikat Weaker; .No. 2 Ked, 76;70c; Ko.
3 Ited.tBVa :,',..
Cokn Weaker; No. 2 mixed, 34Xc; No. 2
white mixed, :w'4c.
Oats Steady ; No. 2, 2';s2fiVe.
KvK-IIlKlier; No. 2, Wra'Jiu. . ,
ToiiAtvo I'lrm; liin; common to choice,
Jfi.oii'iilO lie; leaf; common red leaf, f7.MKm
law; medium to iood, W.Waill 00.
JUr I'rairle, p.wa lu.50 for prime tocholee
new; clover mixed, $7.0Ua 10.00 for common to
prime; prime new timothy, f J.0O 11.00; luuey,
lien kr Steady ; choice to fancy creamery,
24'oi'e; dairy, choice to fancy 'JO'rfiJo.
Kic;h Mfiidy; frenli stock, tic per dozen.
1'oTATOKs very lew on sale, but tho de
mand Hmiill. Eastern Itonu, &05Sc: Bur
lunik, IW V.mo. Northtirn Kluke, .Ikwsxc ;
Vii'tor, 3ri'a40c; I'ctrloKS laid Mammoth Ieurl,
4tiffltK'c; 110H(',42a4;iC. lsurlnink, 42u4fi.
1'oiik Active; new mosH, fi.uut 12.1,1.
l.Aiio 0iWt; prime bhmoii, f,!ncc.
Uicox Eonun, 7.Uc; Hliorts, 7e; clear
rilis, 7e; nil packed.
Wooiv Tuh-wanhed. choloe. 2e; fair, 27c;
dinary ana low, zvtt'JAc, (.'nwanlisd ojoio
lnediiim, '.'O'&.'ilUc; (rood h vertigo medium, IS
ia UK", M'lccted Unlit fine, 17'lsc; good nver
ni;r, hiolTe; heavy, Hti-iac;eoiublii,fioBrtr-Mood,
iWaiUc; eomblng, low grades, 14
HiriKS Green Halted ea.ilBr; dry steady.
Green Salted, Sc; damKd, T.'.c; bruixled,
Sc; bulls or HtncH, eve; iiartciirwl.se; tfrnon,
vncuredtTc; dry fliut, 17e; diwntted, 14c;
kin and calf skin, 14c; bulls or Htae, lte; dry
suited, lie; damaged, 10c; Klui mock, 6c,
Shkki' 1'ei.tm I'rlmn fircem wilted, largo
and lull wooled, 60ar70o ; dry do do, 40artoc.
W H K A T Lower; No. t Red, Deroraber,
SfiVc; .lanuarj". hijcifebrnary, 854c; March,
87ic; April, 9e; May,9IHc.
Cork UUrhPr; I)nc4-mber, Sflc; January.
4:!ie; February, 47c; March, 4T)o; Hay.
Oats Lower; Doeembor, 31 Vc; January.
Wheat Weaker ; Docember,
ary, Ir ciiruiiry 74Hc4iay,Nij,rooxo,
try, nc; reln
( 4hk Iliuher;
(hn Iliuher: Dncembcr, ic;
37V; January, 35Xc; Eubniary, aJe; May,
Oats Tlltrlicr; December, 24c; reb
ruarj', 2.'ie; May, 2-c.
I'okk Weaker; January, Jll.0.1; February,
Lard Higher; December, $fl.S0; January,
JG.S5; Kcbruary. $.5; March, $7.07.
Siiokt ItiBS January, Sb.W, February,
?5.2s; Murch, ?.oo.
Live Stock Marketi,
Cattle Supply and quality better;
pood to heavy steers, J.'i.25'a.ft.l5; fair
to wood, $4.H.Va5.40; common to medium
natives, $:i.7.Vn4.2S; fair to nond Colorado
steers, $.T7.V.W); llijlit to good stockors, $1.00
'rr!76; native cows and heifers, $2.i&3,75;
milch cows and calves, Ji3.oon45.oo.
lloos In (rood demand and fi'AlOe bet
ler; heavy hos nt 4.O5'4.40; York wnlxhte
were Bomewhat llrmer, Hnd sold lalrly
active at $.1.BO'a4.10; nlifs, ft. 40 'o 3.10.
hfiKsr Offerings llKlit and market dull:
common to medium, jl.50'i.24; fair to Kond
y2..'0i.:vi; ood to choice, .t.lA3.;iS; lainos,
jier loo iss, $2.oo'd4.oo. Very few choice offer
L'lit, fl.(Hi'u4..U; roiiKh packing, $4,104.30;
i-avy pneklnK and shlpplntfM.3fta 4.2.1.
Cai'ti-k Hecetnt. s.wki head; steadier:
common to fair, J4.00ft.voo; medium to good,
3.U'n; exports, $tl.20o.fl.OO.
shkk.i' iteceipts, 3,000 head; steady; com
mon to good, V!.00fel.25.
Cattle Heeclpts, l.soo: head; Rood
(tisdes steady; common (full; exports,
$fi.7O'i.10; icood to choice shipping,
$S. low.l.so; ('"Trillion to modlum, $4.U'aA,10;
incdera, $S.7.Vd4 iO; cows, fi.7IHa3.SO; gnuti
Texas sworn, ijs.nows.ss.
lions Keceipw, li.oiK); openod steady:
o'osnd weaker; lots of 227 to 2S4 pounds
averaaa, $a.!i.vit.io; mninly, $4.oo4.o.1).
Siikki Heeelnts, 1,200; marktt onlet and
Catti.k Fair demand; modlum to Rood
butchers' grade, from 050 to 1,100 pounds,
A3.7f;t.2; Kod to oholcs shippers' stccnt,
i:m pounds, JVbfl; do., 1,400 pounds, ivno;
htoekfim and feodnrs, V4.4o4.1ft.
SiiKKr ani Lajiiis Aetlvo and firm; (rood
to choice sheep, from lHl to 100 pounds, !:1.HM(
3.50; Rood to cholcs Western larabs, fl.7.'i
4.ro; Canada lninos,4.srna4.'.iS; feodorn, J.4.1.'n
Hons Market notIvj inod to choice
Yorkers, 4.20W4.I0; hntchors' Brades, J4.J0'rt
4 4o; extra, H Wi markelclosodwsak.
Money and Btock Market.
Naw Yohk, rwcomhsr 4,-Mnney HWi T
ekiuimn linn; Uoyerotnntn firm: currency,
(Ts, 121 bid; 4's, conpon, VR bid; iwf's do,
UVi bid. Ths stock markot openod firm,
snd prltf wcr bid up frsMlniially during
the tlrst half hux. At the nrst call n nilinc
luornnienl doveloiiad In Missouri TaeHlcs,
1 be stock belna heavily iN-nsicd (or sale,
I'lil rausod a waakenln of tin whole list,
and prion declined M10 next hour and a
half X to m pur cent About midday the
rlku!S aaaln bid ths price tin. At th pro,
lit wrltlnir the market wu firm with most
H the decline recovered.
Bpuclal (.'orrvtiiobdoocd to The Uulloiln.
WiflBiNOTON, Dec. 1, 1884.
The newspaper prophet ia Washington,
after he fcshioi s a cabinet for the president
elect to his own intenso satisfaction is now
buby planning the work of congress with
gnat nest. It seems to hare struck him
that possibly Mr. Cleveland may have a
voice in the selecting of his cabinet.
Members who have arrived in tho city
express tlm opinion that congress will not
find time this session te attempt any very
important lcgisl ttion. Besides the appro
priation hillB, tho Und grant forfeiture
question will probably be tsken up, and it
promises to be a long and bitter fight.
Soma of tho members however have uot
given up the idea of tackling the tariff, and
say that something should bu done this so
him. Mr. Morrison, it ia understood, is
primed for another fight. He looks upon
the success of the democratic paity as an
endorsement of tariff reform, and has ex
pressed the opioiou that something should
be done this winter to reduce the revenue.
If coniiress is disposed however to uinke a
bti-y and eventful session of it, (hers is no
lack of material in the shape of pending
legislation. There is for instance tho sil
ver coinage question, which urgently calls
lor attention. A very respectable element
is calling for a bankruptcy law; there is a
great desire in legal and business circles
for action which shall expedite the work of
the supreme court; much remains to be set
tlud respecting the relations of railroads
and land corporations to the government;
and there are various private canal and
railroad schemes to which congress wil
be arked to give a helping hand; the p n-
giou Uwa are not yet satisfactory to souri
influential classes; and the friends of the
shipping interests look upon last winter's
legislation as merely preliminary, and are
anxious to follow it up by broader meas
ures; the education bill presents its claims
to the home; and two or three territories
which have now a largo and ambitious pop
ulation aro cUmoring for the rights and
dignities of states. It will be seen readily
therefore that even if congress prefers to
ignore the tariff aud follow precedents pret
ty closely in the appropriations, there is an
sbundauce of important subjects on which
it can profitably spend the winter.
Among the first questious presented at
the canitol to-day will be a resolution in
the house calling for a diplomatic investi
gation of the ac.ioi'8 of the French in pros
ecuting work on the Panama canal, and de
claring in favor of tho American policy of
predominance on this continent. Several
loading democrats have tho matter in
charge, and it is indeed gratifying to s-e
sooiu inclination towards enforcement of
the Monroe doctrine. The representative
of the three great isthmian iuter-oceaoic
transit project are gathered here in antici
pation of some action by Congress on this
important question. The Panama people
are simply anxious to be let alone. The
Nicaragusn people want substantial recog
nition. The Tehsuntepic people are will
ing to take auything they can pet. James
B. E'ids, the father of the Tehauntepic
scheme, went to London last summer to get
some money, I don't understand that he
got any there, but ho has apparently .gotten
some on the way home, for he is exhibiting
quietly to New York capitalists a working
model of his inter-oceanic ship railway
which cost turn f 10,000 and occupies twen
ty feet of space. He is now arrauging to
exhibit it at New Orleans.
The Washington monument is rooming
along towards completion. The eip stone
will be set this week. The tip of tho cap
stone will bn. composed of alumni, and is
the largest device ever made of that metal
It is about four feet high, and as sharp as
a moderately dull needle at its apex. There
are several reasons why this particular
metal was used. To begin with, it is a
iood liiihtning conductor and will serve as
the top of tho lightning rod; then it dins
not tarnish, but will always remain bright.
It has much the same appfutanro as silvet.
Tho moBt distinguished military tribunal
that has aisembled in this Country since the
close of the war is now in session In a sum 1 1
upper room in thu Corcoran building. One
major-general and fix briuadier-generals of
tho recular army, flanked by three colonels
'of the lino on oilher hand, occupy the long
tsble. Scliofleld, Terry and Miles -it
would be hard to find throe more distin
guished looking men. The ate ff generals
llochester, Ilolabitd, Murray snd Hcwton
are men of dignity and power. I bclievo
it is tho first time in the history of the coun
try that a man holding the rank of briga
dier-general bus been on trial in timo of
peace aud tho court is making short wotk
ot General Swaim. Lknox.
Alnhoiiso had his 8ialu. He'd better
cure it with St. Jacobs Oil. Pure cure.
'What nervi'-slliiiuliuit will you tnko,
to-day P" n clerk In u Chestnut street
utoro risked an exhausted fat niiiii who
was silting on it chair before tho. sodit
fountain, looking very miserable.
"Sumo old stuff," responded tho fat
man, nnd the clerk poured nn efferves
cing Ihjtiid from n Ixdtlu Into tho hot
torn oi a gluts and hen tilled tip with
soda. Tho customer iitnll'ed It olf nnd
then left tho storo apparently a littlo
"Look nt that," exclaimed n promi
nent physician In disgust to a l'mu re
porter. 'Tliat's tho way tho Ameri
can Nation trilles with lis nerves, and
no wonder It sutlers from brain nnd
glndbip miiii - ... "
No. 101 Commercial fc 6th.
The popular One-Price shoe Store would
resiicctmllv call attention to a new lino
of Bo)s' and Youths' fchoes. Neatest and
best wearing Hoys' Button Loots in the
city, sizfs 1 to 5, $2.00. Solid
Youths' Butt Boots, sizes 11 to
2r5rTIiese are not slmddy goods, made to
Hen only, but are warranted as rep
lresented.l We carrv a full line of liubber Goods
all the styles at the very lowest
E. .:. A.
M Commercial Ave, - CAIRO, ILL-
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIB,
Japanned Berlin and Agate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Math Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affent for Adams & Wentlake Oil. Gasoline and Gns stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkine Cultivators,
Corn ishellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TKLKI'IWNK Nt). UiO.
Dr. J. A. hherman. of 251 Brolw". New York,
od f curing rupturK without pargiral operation.
io ircac puiifMi nil rex"inoi uucenimr. During ireaimini pauenia can id( r wnui.m nneinriD
ih the or-, and with aflv irom giranpulateil rupturn. Ilia book, with llkvnvM of bad caeca btfora
and after cure, ia mailed for 10 cents. Kimiu mber. Id Bt Louii", offices 404 Market street
uuuum, ever' oay there tiro
frch nerve stimulants jitit upon tho
market, ami people take them as if they
wercn' tiny more dangerous thnn wit
ter. ItV us hud ns tho opium habit.
There is it use ami abuse, of that sort of
thirifr, but most people abuse it. When
they aro feeling badly they fro und take
aromatic spirits of aiuinotiia, biearbon-'
ate of soda, or some new-fatijrjed phos
tiliate ns foods, but they are not."
"Is tho practice growing?"
'Of course it is, or the inventors of
the stimulants would not increase and
multiply as they do, Americans run
riot with their nervous systems. They
would be doing much better if they
took a little more, sleep and longer va
cations. I don't see why these nervo
medicines should bo used to keep the
brain excited, when, as a matter of
fact, the American atmosphere is moro
htiniiilating than that of any other
country. A man can do more work
here without feeling it than he can in
Europe. Hut while it in a land where
the brain can go liko u .steam engine
without artificial excitement, it is also
a land of strong reactions, und this,
perilling, accounts for one of tho most
steadily increasing brunches of tho
drug business. My advice to people is
not to try and engineer their own
nerves, or they will come to grief."
Rush Hill, Mo., July 21, 1883. After
suffering with thu toothache nnd neuralgia
fur three HUcccsHivo duy I whs advised to
try Merrell's PenotrMtiniUil, Htnl after us
ing ono application I uot immediate relief.
I would uot bo without it. Hespectfully
Lilts. Bki.i.k Dick.
If you aro losing your Krip on life, try
"Wells' Health Htitiower." Goes direct to
weak spntH, (8)
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. Have, Capacity Rata. Price,
Thractanlia aru timdoof CLKAK CTPKKHf, )i
n'h' thl'k, aiTlirvly lioouod and art WAJ'Kll
'iiuut, nicy am
to pruvriit tluiir ln lim rnvle il or brokuti liVoand'
linn, E.tiiimtoa ruriilflii'd for )
Tn nk of Hny Hlz.e.
a. itiaoa c mum,
I7 Dulord St., New Orleabi, La.
ft x t)
7 x t)
7 x 10
' (Mr -
f . .
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLAT K D-AV A KE.
13?" Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
famou for the P'it 3.1 yer for liU nr fcttfu lv mtfc-
In now at km filce, hi. L ul. were be will remtta
W. M. E. FRENCH,
the Artistic Lecturer,
who hat won the bluhcat encomlumna from the
pre's and iiin;ile ail over tbe United btatei,
will ctvu oi, e of tbe
ai.d brillltnt pntvrtalnmanta In the lecture room of
the Library HJldlug, on
Friday Night, December 5,
Under the annpicei of the W.C.&L. A.
It la to br hoped our people wl'l he oat In large
numlxtra on tho occarlon. Hlnirlr ticket, for adulta
SUcunU. children, under M year., Mcenti,
CAIRO 0PKRA HOUSE.
The Fashiouablo Event of the Season t
Saturday Aficruonu Matinee I Tlni Atli
audBaturdayMKbt, vv. vihi
Tiio Oreut l't.!o:i BtiaaroTbuutrc r'neotii, by
Tlie Banker's Daughter
at played over 1(00 tlmei with
A Caiefiilly-St'lected Cast!
All the Oriirinal Grand Effects!
The .cenitry carried bv thl. rorapany la a ipeetal
fuaturo. painted from the ordinal mude'a. The
orlRiual m'l.to tnaiinlfli't-nt cu.lumea, atidacaet
q.pucla ly n'lrctud to Inturprut, In an artl.tio man
nor, tbli, tbe moat beautiful of mo tern pl.yi.
.TAMRHF VftOSMKN. Mananer,
U. W , UAIIKIKON, Hu., Manager.
IiyAdmta.lon 6 and 75c t gallery 15c. Re
aerved auati at Uudei'i,