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THE DAILY UAlttO BULLETIN i SUNDAY MOKNiNG, DECEMBER 7, 1884.
New Dluinar lioora,
just opened, llutto's new building up stairs.
From tbii date written orders will be re
quired tor all goods purebred in the city
by etnplyocs, otherwise bills will not be
paid by ttiit. aompsny.
lEW YOHK bTOUK CO.
15t By C. 0. Patieii.
Look for the Red Lijlit,'
at DeBaun's SO Ohio levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer
In hrwila and shiim. k-e.'tm alwAva on hand t
' - i - j
large assortment of genu' ami ladies' boots,
noes and rubbers ot all style aud size
Ilarjd-mstln crkrits a Ntiuiialtv. also alwnvi
n i j i -i -
on hand lcttber and tludius. It will pay
- you to call on mm bciore purcnusing cise
where. His prices are very low and satis
Eewett can supply you with the best
Uysters in tuo city. tt
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Under the auspices of tlie wuinirj's club
and library association: Class in oil point
ing, Mrs. 0 Fisher; class in wood -carving,
hammered bras, repousse, modeling ami
etching, Mrs. F. Kuisuieyer. For terms
and hours apply to above named teachers.
Place your orders with Hewitt for
Oysters and Fish. tf
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in Tue Caiiio 15l'U.TIN.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DjBiuu's, 00 Ohio
These are Solid Fuels.
. The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach ot suf
fering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of tlie urinary organs, or whoevtr
requires an appetizr, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bitters th
best and only certain cuns known. They
act surely and quickly, every bottle guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Bold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
Entrance to liotto's Diunier-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Ilcwett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door eist of Commercial. tf
tfucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best tialve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures riles, it is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
85 cents per box. tor sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Botto'g restaurant, up stnirs.
Open Day and Nijlit.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
A Kemarkable Escape.
Mrs. JIary A. bailey, of Tuukhannock,
Pa., was atllicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians could ulve no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in lust Octn
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its uso for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 60 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases nt Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
Only the Best Brand of Uysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
If you are failing; broken, worn out and
nervous, ue "Wells' Health Ueuewer." ft.
Smart weed and bclladona combined
with tbe other ingredients used in the lust
porus plaster make Carter's S. W. &, B.
Backache plaster, the best in the market.
Price 23 cents.
Veni, Vidi, Vici I came, I Baw. I con
quered is adaptable to Allen's Bilious
Physic. It quickly relieves Constipation,
Piles, Sick Headache, &c, 25 Cents. At
all Druggists. (4)
Rush Hill, Mo., July 21, 1883. After
sulienng with the toothache and neuralgia
for three successive days I was advised to
try Mrrcll's Penetrating Oil, and after us-
lug uuo aiiji.irnuun i oi immeuiitiu re nei.
I would not be without it. Ilegpect fully
yours, Mm. Belle Bick.
If you are losing your grip on life, try
"Wells' Health Ueuewer." Goes direct to
Beecher'g Bad Head.
For two months in the year Henry Ward
Beechercail't nrcucll In Aiiiriwr tml H..11.
teraber be Nkes his vacatiun and endures
ineousetof th 1Hy lever. A man with
hay fever isn't accountable for bis actions.
He is frantic v.iiu
headache. Every nerve in his skull thrills
with distress, and hi i, i u . c....i r
tears. lie lives only to fly ffnm BaBjhi,i0 to
tnnitnhiN 4nn In 1 . . - .
ywUUiiU wjj iu Bi-urcii m THii-r, This
form of catarrh f hay fever) Ely's Cream
Balm will euro. Placed in the nostrils it
iuirep tna somites tint nnceted Darts a
onoe. restores tint imn...,i ' .
..l.l V ' oriincB mm ct0.
, ates healthy ,,r;et1(1I1Mi vu
..vm. j unK aiyg rr,.m uau
H,r..v.., vuif.uuuin, cicareq out by "ItoiiiI
on Juts." 15cti. "
A CHILD'S PERIL
A Burly Nearro Attempts to Carry
a Little Girl to a '
Her Soreams Attract a Party of Huutera
. Called On to Halt, the Negro
Followed By a Couple of Charges of
Buchshot The Captive's
JnnsKY City, N. J., December C
l'eter Bchuman, an old-fashioned German,
wili his wife, three daughters and two
sons, live In a little cottage about a mile
from Secaucas, on the Hackensuck Road,
fichuman keeps a half dozen cows which
are milked by his daughters, Close by is
the historic Smith farm, around which so
many ? volutiouary tales have been wov
en. Tbe old farm-house ctands on
the edge of a thick woods, covering about
thirty acres, a favorite resort for uports
men. Yesterday afternoon Annie, tiic
youngest daughter of the Schnmau family,
a bright little girl twelve years old, went
out in search of a cow, which had strayed
away, and followed a trull leading to Uie
heart of the woods. A party of sports
men were stated on a circle of stumps
eating lunch when they were startled by
THE CBY OT "Ml'BOKB!"
which seemed to proceed from a thicket a
few hundred feet away. George Hepner,
of Union 11111, jumped up and crept to
to the bushes. rushing the underbrush
aside, he saw a burly negro draggin the
girl toward the thicket. Hepuer called
on the negro to riuslst, which the fellow
did, und made a dash for the road. Hep
ner fired both barrels loaded with buck
frbot after him, but the negro was out of
filght before the rest of the party, who
came up, bad a chance to give him the
benefit of their charires.
The girl was picked up unconscious
from the spot where she had heeu drop
ped, and carried home. On tbe way she
became hysterical and uppeared to be in
constant dread of the negro's return, only
recovering her composure when she saw
her mother. Sho said thut when In the
middle of the woods she saw Uie negro
lying on the ground, aa if asleep. She
Lurried by, when the fellow got up and
culled upon her to stop. This only made
her run the faster, but the negro soon laid
his bauds upon her shoulders. She strug
gled to get away, but
T1IK SCOUNOHKL TllKKATENKll TO KILL
her If she attempted to scream, and
clapped his hand across her mouth. Half
choked, she still tried to get away and
kicked him with her heavily soled shoes.
He then caught her about the waist and
tried to carry her to the thick bushes, but
as he had taken bis hand from her mouth
Hepner and his frleuds organized them
selves Into a searching buud and scoured
the woods, being joined by scores of iu
dlgnant citizens, who., armed with guns,
surrounded the woods In hopes of muling
the negro. It Is supposed thut he suc
ceeded In reaching the woods at the back
of Fort Lee, where he Is now hidden.
A Novel Plea.
Poktlam), Mk., December 6. In tbe
Kelly murder trial yesterday, Mr. Had
lock for the defense argued on his plea of
former jeopardy, lie admitted that tbe
point was a novel one, a like case not be
ing found on record. 'The plea rests not
on any law or decision, but on the consti
tution of the United States. The defend
ant pleadod to one indictment for the
Mine crime with tbe same array of facts.
District Attorney Lmit, in reply, claimed
that to constitute former jeopardy there
should be either a former conviction or
acquittal. He claimed thut Kelly has not
been put In Jeopardy of life or HwU. Jus
tice Webb reserved his decision on tb
DBun the Oautlut.C3 iSSI
Mahkioa, December 0. The Urltist
pleasure bark Tyburnhi arrived heM
Thursday with a pleasure party on board,
including several ladies. On account ol
some petty Infringement of the customs
regulations, the vessel was under threat
ol seizure by the Uiiatoui-ftoustJ aulhorh
ties. The cuptulu, not wishing to hav
tue puny under His enurge detained lol
an ludeilulie time, got under weigh al
nudulght. The fort oH!iied lire, hm lliu
TyburnU ran the gauntlet, keeping well
iu shore. A Custom-house steamer whluli
was on the watch to see thut tbe Ty
bui'iila did not attempt to get off, threat
ened to sink her, hut derisive cheers
came from the lady passengers on board,
and the captain and crew, who kept on
deck, acknowledged earn shot by dipping
the British ensign, The captulu la a
native of Charleston, The Tyhurnla got
clear. The customs authorities ure Iu a
dreadful state of wrath at this defiance ol
their petty authority,
A OongToaamun Ensigns.
Haukiii, N. C, December 7. Gover
nor Jarvls has received from Washington
the resignation ot Alfred M. Scales, Gov-ciuor-elect,
us Congressman from the
l'iflh District, to take effect December
XOlh. Early In January tin; Governor will
order au election to fill the unexpired
term. Jas. W. Held, Congressman-elect
from the district will Ik a candidate, iiml
rlll probably not be opposed,
He Joined th Canadian Colony,
Nrw Yok., December 7. Mr. John B.
Dickinson, the defaulting cashier of the
Wall Street Bunk, which failed on August
1 lib last, has been heard from. He has
been missing since that memorable day In
Wall street history. Like Mr. Juo. C.
l-'.no, late of the Second National Hunk,
Mr. Dickinson has set up housekeeping lu
Canada, his wife having joined him then.1.
It is believed that Dickinson Is by no
All Rscoverlnf .
Charlbstowx, W, Va., December 6.
The thirteen person who were tolsoned
at Greenbrier, While Sulphur Sprlugs,
by arsenic In their food, are all recov
ering. of prison chains on his wrists, He was
confined uutll July 18H7, when he was
UUorsU'd under the habeas corpus art,
lis then came to America and was l'rel
uVnt.ot the Wolf Tons Club, and became
one of the bittoresl baltrrs of Knglaud lu
thsclty. He will Koto Kootli America to
lltek; after tns untsjwt! totluuo.
Ai.rtNi, Mien., December C Butter
field & Crahle's ;saw-mlll burned down
yesterday mornUig with 275,000 feet of
lumber. Loss, 35,000; partly insured.
Cou'mhub, O., December 7. Governor
Homily yesterduy refused to commute the
scuteuce of John B. Hoffman, sentenced
to be hanged at Cincinnati ou December
loth, A reprieve had been granted from
October 24 th.
A Life Seritenoe.
Chicago, III., December 6. Joe Wil
liams, the burly negro who murdered
Minnie Brooks, a notorious courtesan,
and her paramour, a negro named Hunt,
was convicted yesterday afternoon. The
jury died the punishment at Imprison
ment for life.
Buined on Aooount of Indorsements.
Mkcuanicsbckgj, O., December 7.
John C. Buker and J. N. Shaul, leading
business men, have assigned in conse
quence of their Indorsements for the Me
chaulcsburg Machine Company, which lias
assigned, with liabilities probably reach
ing 1 60,000 and nominal assets of 8100,
000. To Restrict Sunday Ballroad Traflio.
Hamford, Cox.v., December 6. A
large number of Connecticut clergymen
appeared before the Railroad Commis
sioners here yesterday to advocate
restriction of Sunday tratllc oa rail,
roads. 'A number of laymen also at
tended. Nearly all present were In la
vorof restricting Sunday traffic ou the
grounds of expediency and economy as
well as of religion. The Commissioners
promised to take the matter into consid
eration. Jumped Into the River Because She For
got Her Umbrella.
Cixcinxati, O., December C Lowena
Monroe, a girl fifteen years old, attempt
ed to commit suicide this morning by
jumping Into the river. She was rescued
by l'eter Mulloy, a coal driver, who
plunged lu and brought her to shore. She
was soou resuscitated. She said her
mother had scolded and threatened to
whip hor becuusc she had left the um
brella at the grocery.
Grain and Provisions.
fcATCUDAY, lilA'LMIiKIl 6, 1884.
Cotton siivi.iyi middling, io.iai0Vc.
Kl.oi'H sica ly; X.VX toelioice, $2.aifa3.15;
patents, l.:lYu l.so.
, Wheat Mendy; No. 2 lied, 7SVg;cc; No.
t:oits-Mealy;Ko. Snilsed, MiaJl.Vc: No.
2 white mixed, 3'r37a
( iats Lower; No. !, 28 V826XC.
Jtvu llitilier; No, 2, to.'iOo.
Tobacco Klrm; Iiik"; common to choice,
i.(KK lo.Od; lent; common red leaf, fl.'M'd
lU.oe; medium to (food, Vt.ooan 00.
1 1 a y rrairio. $s.ih4 lu.50 for prime to choice
new ; clover mixad, $7.00n lO.Ou for common to
prime; prime uew timothy, is.oowll.oe; tuncy.
Hon Kit Steady; choice to fancy creamery,
24a .!Sc; dairy, choice to fancy u'lo.
Luna steady ; fresh atock, itlwiixo.
1'otatoks Miaree and tu demand; Eatttern
Hone, fjii'ai'Jc; HurljHiik, (fc! H toi'ic. Nortn-ern-Kliike,
at.3c ; Victor, 3oMuu; I'eerli hH
and Maiuinotli I'eurl, 4uaJS'c; itotte, t:4At.:
J'oiik Artlvo; unw nir, f 11.70.
J.ahd Quiet; prime steiun, eiMGVo.
IIacon Louifs, 7nc; shorts, IK'Sc; clear
i1Iih, 7'c; nil puekttd.
Wool Tub-washed, eliolce, SSc; fulr. iTe;
dlny aud low, fcito-JAo. Unwashed C'hoii-o
medium, -ttfoww, (food average medium, is
ArlUe; sHccted llbt fine, 17lSo; good aver
tte, Wal'o; heavy, 14luc; combing, otmrtcr
blood, iiW,c; eomblnir, low grades, 14tS
1HDK8 (irH:n salted eiiHlor; dry utesiiv.
Green Salted, S!o; damaged, l.c; brandu'l,
Sc; bulla or stags, 'c; part cured, Se; Kreen,
uueured,7c: dry Uiut, 17c ; damaged, 14c;
kip and calf xkln, 14e; bulls or ata, lQc; dry
salted, Uo; duinaired, 10c; iflue stock. Ac.
hiiRK.p riti.rs rrlino green salted, large
aud full woolud, 6e7eo; dry do do, 460c.
' Wmkat Steady ; No. 2 Red, December,
; Juumiry, H11o: February, 84.te; Maruu,
mo; April, ssc; May, aevc.
tXKM Higher; December,.; January,
Use; Fttbruary, 47)c; March, 47c; April,
47e ; May. 4tl.t,a
Oath lx)r; December, 31 Vc; January.
Kc; rebrunry.KJe; March, Sic; May, a4jc.
Wiisat ljwer; December, "ac; Janu
ary, la.'itisjjc; February Ti)iv; May, 7a,' a
kus txjwsr; Dettember, 3C.'4'c; Junuarj',
34.?;e; February, I'M He; May, 8"H'3"ie.
Oats Lower; December, Zic; Janu
ary, 2Mc; February, 2HJo; Mav, 27c.
J'omk Firmer; .January, ?il.42,'i; Febru
ary, U..V2K; May, Jli.OO.
f.AKO Klriuur; Doeeinber. Jfi.75: Januarv.
i.iXi Fubrury, Jti.WO; March, Mi.vnu.
hiioKT Hisb .lauuury, i.75; February.
58.tw.Si March, V1.W1.
Live Stock Market.
Cattlb Market dull and lower; good' to
heavy steers, Si.tfi'a.Viiu; fulr tu good, (4.40'd
5.00; oommunto medium natlvea, 3.75'd4.00;
fair to aood Culorado ateera, $;i 7.''4.! ; ililit
to ko1 aiockoM, i.M'ai.b; imtlve cows and
heifers, U.1'a i.K ; milch cows und calves.
lloos Market active but prices eaaler;
heavy bona Ht .Kiw4.8(i; Vork welulits
sold fairly active at 3.lwi.lS; pigs, fiuow
hiikrp Market dull and unohanKed:
coniinon to medium, fulr to good
U-ta:m; kooiI to ehoioe, ;i.ir)ta.:; lumba,
frig ' l!'W"U VWy tUW cllolcu otft'r
nooa-lteceipin,:ix,(inoliead; quiet and about
! u"T llll"' UNOu4.ir(; aioiiKh pack
"11 iTu' ' '"'nvy l"luK' and shipping,
CATU.a - Itw.ipu, 4,'JOO head; natives
nrui; Jexiinn Kie lower; exports, sr,.(Hi'ar,.M;
lVlH'vr,' ''""'"'"(,l common to fair
Miatii'-ltKeeiptR, MN head; steady: com
mon to good, ti.Wa i.ii.
CATTLK-lleeelptH, 1,400; market still weak
and low prlee, uuHetlled,
1 l""IH:!,."":l,;"i l"-m wouk 'o lower;
'""!",' ,V l'"mlB average, fl.8;ra4.Ui
inaluly, $.M 4.1m. pi
MlKKe-lieeelpiH, r(llr tQ g 0(j
mutton weak ut j'J.Vnia.au,
( ATTI.K - ftiohaimed; medium to nood
bmeliers' gra'les, from wo to j.uki pounda,
S.l.ftt.; uooil to choice Nhlppurs' sloera,
l,:s) pouiidM. .:.(; do,, i,ki noundH. 10 00:
! hliiekers and feeders, J.1,4'ii4, is,
I mihkf ANit Lamiis Active Had firm; Rood
! to choice sheep, from mi to ion pounds, SiMa
.Mr; good to cliolee WeMern lambs, kl.7A
4.60. ' T
llous-Markot aetlve; ood to choice
lorkers. J4.WS4.M; butelinm' grades, $Ue
4.40; uxtra, J4.ce; market closed weak.
Honey and Stock Market.
Nhw Yosk, Deeembsr ft, Monsy, 914 pr
EH s, no, iiii'j uiu. iuuhiock inarkst wss
1 reulur at the opeulim. There was rnnstd
raids prswium to sell aud prices declined V
to I percent. Towards ulwvnu o'oloua the
bHll ciluuiis went In and bid up one of tbs
hroinltivut stteks, causing a rush to coveri
L .j k. ai... . 1 .. 1 . .. i.m.i v. . 1 .
nia u,t Huiiu hb ueiliuti ii iimmi Hiuinnt en
tlrsly recoiirri. Smcn noon tbe bears Iihts
made a raid on Lackawanna, wbtnh.tositther
smn mside failing, lias cuuscu a suarp break
Our New Orleans Letter:
A Plain Prosaic Account cf Poetical
Spscisl Correspondence te Tbs Bulletin;
Dkckmbek 4, 1884.
Wo have arrived in a paradise of fruits,
balmy breezes, rainbow-robed women snd
perpetual street parades. We came from
Cincinnati bj the new line, or, as it is po
etically called, the Queen and Crescent.
Lst Sunday niht was a paradox in our ex
perience, for everything was an emphasis of
electric light and a boom of movement that
suggested merrimeut. The theatres were
pouring out crowds on the broad banquetts
already lined. In the morning the church
es poured out equally well, for this is the
most religious city in the country, aud the
churches according to slatibtics far better
attended than elsewhere. We took a long
rest at tun Hotel llyal, a finely furnbhed
place, which lias long lain fallow, so to
speak, and only opened up now for the Grst
time in many years. We found everybody
talking exposition and almost every third
man proved to be an exhibitor. Monday
morning after a hearty breakfast on pom
pano, brochette of chicken livers, Creole
eegs, coffee and oysters decollettee, we
sallied forth and took a mule car on Canal
A mule car will carry a visitor from CV
nal street to the exposition gate for a nick
el' "half a dime," as the street peddlers
say. If one happens to hike the I'rytanin
street line be can see an attractive part of
the garden district. In this locality are
fine residences, and the gardens tint sur
rounds trjem and seem to keep them In and
intruders nut are rich in foliage, redolent
of flowers and resplendent with ripe or
of his mnjeB'y, the sun.
Alter a half hour's ride, the car swung
around on a side street like a ship entering
a harbor through an irregular channel, and
the city park came into view, or at least a
part of it, aud there a half mile away was
tbe main building looming up iu all its
grandeur. It stood out in stereoscopic
sharptees against the blue aud golden sky,
and did not seem to be dwarfed at all by
the buildings near by, almost as imposi ig
and imperial. A s'ranger with a harsh
voice, who had evidently been sampling
bad whisky successfully, said, "Take a
good look at it, gents, for you can't see it
when you tret to it, 'cause it's so big." In
a few moments we were at the end of the
route and descended from the car not two
bundled feet fiuiu tbe front ilooi of dm
United Slates and states exhibits building.
This structure is enormously large, but is
second in size of the .exposition group of
buildings. We looked about far a moment
or two and perceived on the right, in the
direction of St. Charles avenue, one of the
large iron hotels, six hundred feet long,
only begun two weeks ago and yet nearly
completed. On the left were a nun: ber ot
temporary erections of wood, where the re
tail dealers in beer, sandwiches, bard boil
ed eggs, pics and things awaited the arrival
of the pie enters. He will be here, and he
will come in force, and one of bis charac
teristics is that he loves
to bite nis FIE
by tbe wayside, eating it in faith and
faithfully. We entered the great building
and found active preparations for the open
ing of the exposition going on in every di
rection. Tbe majority of the state collect
ive exhibits have already arrived.
Nobrsska claims notice as being the first
to open and display her exhibit in the
building. Opposite to the main entrance
was the model lostoffice of the government
display, an ornamental structure that ap
peared about ready for use. In the Louis
iana departmont was a large and interest
ing forestry exhibit, calculated to arrest
the attention of the northwest lumber
kings. In every direction carpenters and
workmen were busy building receptacles,
shelves tables and racks for the proper dis
play of the exhibits that were piled up here
and there. In the center of the building
were many cas.'S containing a part of the
government exhibits. There is a wide gal
Icry that cxtet.ds entirely around the inside
of the building. On thy gallery over 'the
main entrance stands an artificial represen
tation of a mammoth, set up by Prof.
Ward, of Rochester, N. Y. This gentle
man lias been on a collecting tour for the
exposition through Asia, Africa, and Eu
rope since last February,
Ae wo left the building by the tear en
trance, we noticed that the headquarters for
live stock on the opposite side of the park
were gotting a winter no
A BUMMEH OVEHCOAT
from tho painters.
In the main building, we discovered the
busiest sconce. MeD were hurrying to and
fro. Platforms for tho display of exhibits
were iu course of construction as lar as the
eye cruld reach; tbe pavilions, of various
sorts, sizes and of every conceivablo pat
terns, were being or had been erected. We
went into the machinery hall, where there
was more din and pounding than elsewhere.
At one end we found the refrigerator and
cold storago apparatus. As we Btood there
an engino backod a train of cars loaded
with exhibits into our midst, The engine
mado a groat fuss pulll.ig and smoking,
n itwithstanding tho' notice forbidding
smoking lu the building,
No. 101 Commercial &c Oth.
We have just recciveil an invoice of h'uo
Curcoa and French Kid Button Boots, in
commonsense and Spanish styles, all siz?s
and widths. These goods are first-class
m every particular, and will be sold at
our usual low nr lf'PSI. I !tili(ja fltit,a unit
see them, they are beautiful.
AV AY A A AY AV A
ST. LOU IB
GBEAT HOLIDAY SALE!?,
Popular Reliable Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE
N vcriti thf hist ry of the trade in t!;i country lias ther bpen Hnch wide
spread (Ifprcssioii anion? niiiiiufneturi'is and importers of dry good as at prfs
fut. tioods mast .p sold, iinij cas!i-litiers cun make their own pi ices. Kocor
I'izing th" cxi.-itciii'c of iluse fart- Afr. tuart has befit makintr a tonr Hmonsr
maiiufacttireM und inipi'i't-rx dttriojr tin past week, and with such mere." that
the hulida sa e conitiio .cin? on Monday, Deci'iuhcr 8 h, will n-bpe nnytliinsr
ever f-cu here. One of the imp'Ttant purchases was 5(0 dozen of handkerchiefs
for onr Annual HamlkerchUt lale.
I.adleV Ai'. l.lncn Witi'lks.'CliI U, humnliichid sod rnln'ed harder, l ie.
Ladirs' 11 ;.lreu Hauilkfrrhii'fi, h- ni mud slid colored border, fc.
Kli-j,'sut Utm-tilched llmidkerchlrfr, U'J t ttc.
Or- t srcKln iu UfM-1 tthituSiU em.Utch d iTsndkcrchlcf, r.; wonh Tic.
Oiinl' liriTif'ltcli'd UsndkcrchlrfR. wlm lt-.itit cilortd Wdurs, 2&r,
ro insi-n (i.'iitu' slid lUri'iiierctiitfi, 3- 40 s d tfa.
l sun Lid'.e.' -i'.k IUmlkercui' f. 1 ji) snd S5r.
in dim'ti i liililr.'ii's II ndkerch el, tn irrcst vrletv, 1, 4, 5. 6. und l"c
Alio iJ dosun L'd.e 5 tiuok hid O.otcsIo browt,. 7S! worth l.50. (irstst ksrijsln ever offcr -d
EThce willbe on ale Monday. Our line of Guaranteed Kid G'ove, at'll.OO
and $1 .50 have no equal lor the money. Come early to avoid the rush.
CHAS. B. STUAET
fiTi tauw-w. Id. wITy
104 Commercial Ave.,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Acrent for Adams & Wentlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas toves, Detroit
Safe Co., HamMtou Steel Plows, Chilled Flown, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Ftc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TSCLICPIIONIC NO. ao.
No. X U i SOLID 18 1
Itlon. For nil
gfuulit. flout ,irpi by
II Is u diirilil. unit liowy M
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NO. 1, i"i which nit? r pcnoci nun u. i
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NO. SIUII SOLID I H ft. SQUIB 001.
.... nw.iiiBi. viovi im, niw jiri'oms) ot Jiw, r nBlriSC
cptiid he purphBsnd at nny store for las thnn w. ihm( " in luirwi
niticii. .nil n ifMi.d iiul.lluid tn ral,mirN.nl tliirnor Mil imomrtlrl BBiVOUK CHOICK FOR SI. OO
hiMiii Hi. prir. or (ma or
mlilrttt wrln.n oltiiilv.
" " .... ai tn i... juu un.ii.
Ifjou hmIii Hins, ncloM
mreli .rniiml Ilia flnirrr rlralrnl In III
di'itrctt in tlill ilTriUiieuiiinl. und urn
nuiiii'U iiuniMr h inn
I .1 . . 1
The above Jewelry Is bsolutrlv NP.w.
I and cannot b iurrhsil at Ihn Hturrs.
Aflrr It Is introrlurtHl, we will not sell any
i tide named for less than from &) to$D,
Or. J. A.Hheirmsn. of J.M Brnndwsv, New York, famous for the punt 85 yours fur hlsstKcuisfii lr molh
od if corlnn rupluro wltliont .iirntcul operstlon, Is now st bis flics, Hi,, L uls, w'ire he will retnsln
to tresi pstlnuts till the soth of Dur.dinbiT. Durlun trestmcnt pstlent- csn Ishor wllhuat InteifurlaR
with tl'S curs, snd with ssfetr Irom strsoRulstsU rupture. Ills book, with llkotisis of b.vl oust before
odsftsreara, UmUt4fotl0essU. Ksmsmltr, In Ht, Louis, otttws 404 Mkststrsst.
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SliiaSSS fit. H
A. .:. BUDER,
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
P L A. T K D-AV li E.
XW MtiHical Instruments. St. Louis rriccs Duplicated.
- - - CAIRO, ILL-
and Agato Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
I0UII 80Lt 111111 Rill. Mt whk
it ttt it rttncDUiKinuna, hich ohkiioI m Mnwm I
iirii, .nil Ibcu onf npon e Ion Iiuim.
JlOO King, mid will u,r,r ohtDm, Mlm L Inbrll,
ROlllS HO II MKNISBS, sol wlltt Mis mm. nti MimsUi
dkjvii mi uupurHtn ui in. iiumi s.mik.h Miilnt hi Hla
L win Mjr im, mny j,rd u, WMr ,h,M
ill niMiln. mid wirranlMf to wwr for ymn
SMI UNI oi (iKir.iiin.iwm mid n,wo.llnp dnttrn. 4
ih ynor nnlrr iirrn .Irlpnf p,p,r, ih'ml.or liiphjml
ill ami i, nnRi.w.1 t.niitir ur I . II, If rij.r,
V HI. L Hflff ll.r.i Lti Uirnr I' fl. flr.l. ..u..... ..i.lt ......
mm a PR s:vki T SSIMTAStiiN. rnt uul Hi. Illu.li.lion cf lh..rllH
ml ilmm Willi rnur nnl,r. All nrd.r. mr.rnllf purknl snd .gut br mall lb. hoi
riwl. nillll.ll at OISCB, tl w, tiull uiil, i.U '