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THE DAILY OAlltO HLfLLKTlN; BUNDAY MUUNlfltf, DECEMBER U, 1884.
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
WRECKED AT SEA.
Tho Brlflrantlno Holon O. Phlnnoy
Abandonod iu a Sinking
No. 101 Commercial & Gtli,
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We have just received an invoice of line
Carcoa ami' French Kid lintton Moots, in
commoiiseiise and panisli styles, all siz vs
and widths. These goods are iirst-class
in every particular, and will he sold at
our usual low prices. Ladies, come and
see them, they are beautiful.
AV AV A AVAVAV.AV AY AY
rpLiE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, m 00.000!
A General Banking: Business
TI103, W. 1IAL,I-1L)A.V
JjJSTERPRISE SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINOS KAN K.
TIIOS. W. HAbUDAY,
Commercial Avenue an 'I Eolith Street
OA I UO. ILLS.
P. BltOSS. rrnl nt. I P. Nf.FF. Vice I'ruf'nt
II. WKLlS, Cashier. IT. J. Kertii. Ait caili
. Bros Cn'ro William Kl.ito. ,C:.lro
Peli-rNclT " iVIllinin Wolf.... "
('. M Osterloh....... " I 0. O. 1'itlirr
B.A.liudiT " I II. Willi,- '
J. V. Cluin'on. Caledonia.
AGKNEUAUUNKIXU HUSlNSnS IWMi.
Kxehantn fo'.d ourt boMirht . InU'tept pill n
the Saving Ilcsi'irtmuiit. Collection mule mi
all hotnes pronuitiY atlimrtcl to.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
Ii o in ce o p at his t ,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAl'OH, KLKCTUO VAPOil iNO JlfiDICATKI'
A iftdy In attendance.
Jjl M. HARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Bait Side Commercial, below 8th St.
T)R E W. WHITLOCR,
orrm-o. 1S(I Commercial Atenne, between
Kll't'jand Ninth Street
0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
CFFICB-Clty Drag Store. CarbODdale, 111.
In prcxftoU elvnu awur. H..nd
ua 6 emits potB. and t.y mull
vim will ft fr.'O a pac a ..f
toidanr large vaiuii. that w u iri you in -vnrx
tbat wllUtnu t brlni you In monev fi-t"r I'm'.
anvihtiiK elto '0 Amo-lct. All kb.iut tbe 9 ' 0.0 0
In'p-oaoni wlta carh box. Agoi In wanted nvety
where, nfelih -r rX.ofnl ac. for II bo t'me or
imr time (ibW. to work f ir ti a' thulr own bnmeK
Fori u net (or all work'im bpolutalf aumred. lhiu't
a.Ur. U. UAl-LHTI' & CO., Portland, Me.
Is N S 3S
2 jeS g QJ aw
3l8si K -i 2" H
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Santa Claus and Original Toy Store.
Don't fail to cull ami examine my stock
of silTcr-plnteil ware from the best makers,
before purchases tor tlm holidays.
?t 149 apd 150 Commercial ave
New Dining Koom,
just opened, B itto'a new bui.dioi; upstairs.
From this date wriit;u orders will be re
quired lor all good purchased in the cit)
by cuiplyoes, otherwise bids will not be
(mid ty tin? aompany.
New York Stoke Co.
lot iiy C. O. Patier.
Look for the Ked Light,
at DoBhuu'b 50 Ohio h vur.
C. Koch, Manufacturer ami Dealer
in boots aud slio.'S, keeps always ou baud n
lar,ro assortment of yents' an I ladies' boots,
shoes ami runners ot all style aud siz'.
Hand-made yoods a specialty, also always
on hi mi leiilier and rlndiiiya. It will pity
you to call on III in before purchasing
where. IIw pno s are very low and satis
faction U irtr.t- ed.
Ilewett can supply ynu with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Bet Oysters,
goto DeliaUns, 50 Ohio l"Ve
An End to Bone Scraping:.
Edward Sliepnerd, of U.rnstnrjJ, lib.
nays: "II .viny received so much lienelb
from KU-ctric Hitt'Ts, I luel it my duty to
l"t bulT.TiiiH humanity know it. Have hud a
running sore oa my le,' b.r eilit jeai; iny
doctors told me 1 wmiM Iihvi- to have In-
bone scraped or ley umputated. I used,
instead, three bottles ot Electric Uitu rs and
seven boxes Ibicklens Arnica Silve, ard
my letf is now sound nd well."
LI'ictric B.tter9 un- s l I at lilty cents u
bottle, and Diicklen'a Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Birclay Bi"S. (5
Place your orders wltb Ilewett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DBiuu's, 50 Ohio
Do not let your little darling sutler so
wit.i that horrid omthl 0 i to your drui.'
store and yet a bottle ol Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherrv. It's
so nice your darling will bo delimited to
t ike it, and it will btop the couuh, cure any
throat or lung complaint qui cker thin any
other remedy. 8oid at 25 :., 50u. and $1.00
per bottle. 1
Entrance to Itotto'd Diuiac-room,
on Commercial avenue u I on Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is oa Elyh h
street, one door st of C mnierci A. tf
MUChieu Al ..ii .-.aiVP
The Best Salve In the world for Outh.
ilruises. Sores. Ulcers, tjalt Rheum. Fevei
Sores. Tetter. CliaiiDed Hands. Chilblain.
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It it, guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box For sale by Barclay
Oysters, U irs'-clas, in all Styles,
at Botto's restauniit. up hiiihs.
Open Day and Nijfht.
DeBauu'a r.-si.turaiit, 5G Ohio levee, t?
A Stat'llin-f liicovery,
Mr. Win. J . .linn ti" Hur m. D.k.. writes
that his wile had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis lor many years, auJ that all
remcdrs tried iznve no n.-tni im.ikt n.li. f.
until ho procured a hottio of Dr. King's
iSew discovery f r Uoiisuinption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a mauical elf.'Cl, ami
proiluced a permanent euro. It is uuaran
teed to cure h!I Dimt.ses of Throat, Lungs,
or RrnlicllUl Tll'ies,
Trial 11 til.s Free at R,irclay Bros' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00, (5)
Only the Beti B and of iiystern,
at DeBaUu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
"Roiiirh on roothiive h''
Innlant relief lor Neuralgia, Toothache,
Facevhi). Ask for 'Rough on Tu'ithuelic,"
15 & 20c.
Rush Hill, Mo., July 21, 1S83. After
sull ying with the toodi uiie mid in-nuM
tor three stlcceHnive ibijM I wis advised to
try Merrell's Penetr iting Oil, mid id'er u.
tng oni! application I cot immediate r. lief.
I WOUld lint bo Wilho it it. I HpertUllly
y'UrS, Mill, Hi.;,,,,,,; u,,,.,
helty Woiu ii.
Iidle who would ream treKlunm h n I
vivacity. lWtiuil to try "Well's Ileal, h
( Daring Rescue of Her Imperiled Craw by
Captain Wnit'iburst of the Steam
Five Days of Suspense On an Unmanage
able and Sink ng Vessel Sale
Arrival in Port.
Ni:w York, December 13. Tho steam
ship Muriel, Captain Locke, arrived bore
yesterday from Trinidad and St. Kitts,
bringing as passengers from the latter
port the crew of the brlgantiuo Helen ().
Phlnney, which was abandoned In a sink
ing condition on November 29th, in lati
tude 85 dog. 40 niln., and longitude 09
des. 20 min. Captalu John Wakely, of
the Inst named vessel, reports that ho
left Philadelphia for Mutanzas with
a general cargo on November 18th. All
went well until November 24th, when fhe
vessel was iu latitude 87 dog., 21 min.,
an longitude 72 deg., 20 min. The
wind then changed to southeast, and
it suddenly became very black In that
direction. The light sails were taken
in, but hardly was this work com
pleted, when a hurricane was seen
sweeping down from the southeast.
IN A MOMENT IT 8TIILCK THE VESSEL,
throwing her almost ou her beam ends.
Her upper spars aud bowsprit went with
a crash, carrying the rigging with them.
Heavy seas dashed over the decks, fore
and aft, and the men narrowly escaped
being swept into the boiling ocean. They
clung to the torn shrouds, however, until
the force of tbe hurricane had been
spent. Then the broken debris was
cleared away, but it was found tbat in
nddiliou to being partially dismasted,
tho brigautinc had sprung a serious leak.
She was drifting about with a heavy list
to port, which showed that some of the
cargo had shifted In the between decks.
No attempts were made to rig jury masts,
aud the dismasted vessel was allowed to
drift about. The waterways opened aud
she soon became completely unmanagea
ble. A lookout was kept up for
passing vessels, but none came near
enough to observe the condition of the
l'hiuney until November 2yth, when a
steamship hove in sight. It was blowing
a gale at tbe time, and the sea was very
rough. The stranger, which proved to
be the Bermuda, Captain Whitehurst,
bound from this port for St. Kitts, went
to the brigantine's aid. The Bermuda
hove to near the l'hiuney, and, notwith
standing the heavy sea,
I.OWEUKl) A l.IKk-BOAT
manned by five men. Owing to the heavy
waves it was impossible for the boat to
get alongside tho brigantine, which was
now rolling heavily. The olQcer in
charge of tne boat told the men ou the
wreck to jump overboard. One by one
the nine members of tho crew plunged
into the ocean aud rising to the surface
were hauled into the life-boat
bv means of linos. Captain
Wakely was tlw last to plunge over
board. After much dilllculty the life-boat
got back to the Bermuda. The wreck
probably sank shortly after It had been
abandoned. The Bermuda lauded tho
shipwrecked men at St. Kitts, and the
American Consul there arranged for theli
passage on the Muriel. The lost vessel
measured 421 tons and was built at West
brook, Me., in 18H5. She was owned by
John liaisley, of Philadelphia.
COUNTY SKAT CONTEST.
The Citizens Under Arma and the MUltlt
Bkukiki.u, Dak., December 13. Th
court will hear evidence to-day in th
county seat injunction case, meanwhlh
the Sheriff holds the public records undo!
tho protection of a strong guard. Tho
Sheriff and Mayor have called upon tb.9
loyal citi.ens to enforce the law, and the
public hall has been converted into an
urmory. A strong line of guards for the
defense of the lives of the citi.ens has
been placed around the city and every
man iu Kedileld is ready to auswer a call
to arms. The Governor has directed tho
Fargo troops to move to Heilueld, and
General Terry has ordered three com
panies of infantry to Fort Sully to b
ready to proceed there If necessary. Tha
Mayor, an old soldier, will command tha
citizens' organization in the event of a
Provod He Wann't a Murderer by Prov
ing' That He Was a Thief.
WiLXESDAititK, Pa., December 13.
William Judson Garrison was given a
hearing this afternoon for the murder of
Philip Calender, in January, 1878. Tho
evidence offered was a portion of tho con
fession of Lowo Howard, who was
lynched In Dakota, and In which it was
asserted that Garrison and another man
had told Howard that they committed
the crime. It was also shown that about
the time that Garrison was committed to
the asylum, iu September, 1883, he had
stated that ho knew all about the murder.
Garrison In defense exploded all this by
proving that at tho time the murder was
committed he was serving a term in thti
Eastern Penitentiary for larceny com
mitted in Wyoming County, lie was
therefore discharged. lie now appears
Killed By a Blow.
St. Juski'H, Mo,, December 18. In an
altercation Thursday night, Thus. Hoi
man, a transfer man, knocked down
Henry H. Kinney, a blacksmith. Holmau
took hlin homo In an Insensible condition,
mid told his wife he had suffered an at
tack of apoplexy. At ten o'clock ho died.
Tho newspapers yesterday said apoplexy
was the causo of IiIn death. N. Harney,
who read tho account, happened to ace
(lie tiffniy liiNt nluiit, ii,. ,frmed tho
police, and Holinan was arrested. An
autopsy lust nliht disclosed a fracture Iu
Kinney's skull. It was caused by his
head striking the pavement,
He Attempta to Bhoot an UnoUondtn
Keinulo Sent to an Aaylura.
I'oitTUNP, Oiik., December 18. An
uiiHiicci'H.sfiil attempt was made Wcdnos
tlay at Taeouia, W. T., by Colvln liual Ui
murder Mian Annie Griggs. Mbu Griggs
Tha Eg-remont Bomanoo Spoiled. -SrnixGFiKLD,
Mass., December 18.
Tho Egrcmont mystery was exploded
yesterday by tho opening of Estelle
Newman's grave, and flutllng tho body
undisturbed. A largo number of persons
were present, including the town olllcers.
A Legal Wreck.
Atlanta, IGa., December 13. Judgo
McCoy of the Northern District of Geor
gia Is suffering from temporary aberra
tion of mind. He wants to kill doctors
and negroes and to preach to poor peo
ple. His trouble Is ascribed to Bright's
disease and softening of tho brain.
Kate Claxton and a Fire.
Oil City, Pa., December 13. As Kate
Claxton's company were about to com
mence playing tho 'Sca of Ice" at tbe
Warren Opera-house, last night, a Are
alarm was sounded, causing much con
sternation. Tbo Ore was extinguished
with only a trifling loss.
New York, December 13. John Lecoq,
a Belgian horse trainer, arrived in this
city on Thursday by the steamer Hin
delghelndlc, of the White Cross Line,
with four very large stallions. Their
average weight is over 1,800 pounds, and
the largest, a bay, tips the scale at 2,280
pounds. Three are bays, aud one is a
dapple gray. Lecoq says he was offered
83,000 yesterday morning for the dapple
gray, but wants $10,000 for the four.
Pittsburgh, Pa., December 13. A
deed of voluntary assignment from F. B.
Laughlin to J. K. F. Steel, of Armstrong
County, has just been filed In the Record
er's office. Laughlin was Vice-President
of the late Penn Bank. Unable longer to
Btruggle against legal complications aris
ing in connection with the notorious
bank is given as the cause. He was a
metal broker, bat not connected with the
firm of Jones & Laughlin. Liabilities
and assets unknown.
Grains and Provisions.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1884.
Cotton steady; middling, loV'SlO'fc.
FLOUR Steady; XXX to choice, $2.5U'3.20;
patents, $4 .uaiM.
Whkat Lower; No. 2 lied, 7C70.'4"c: No. 3
Red, Wi'SBO Vc.
Corn Weaker; No. t inlied, 34c; No. 2
whito mixed, 3Sc.
Oats Kinner; No. 2, Sfte-itic.
ltVK Dull; No. 2. 4"V4e.
Tohacco Finn; lugs; common to choice,
$fi.(Ki'a 10.00 ; leaf; common red leaf, $7,504
lu.00; medium to good. Su.oo'd 17.00.
Hat Prairie, VOHMi on for primo to choice
new; clover mixed, $7,00110.00 for common
to prime; prime new tlmotby, $8.50'all.50;
Buttkr steady ; choice to fancv creamery,
U'aitic; dairy, choice to lancy,i(i'a2Jc.
Eons .steady ; fresh Htoek.".':i'a'i(e.
1'otatoks M'urco and In demand ; Eastern
ltose, M)e; liurbank, SiVatto. Northern
Fluke, SS'iiise; Victor, :ieu40e; lVerlens and
Mammoth l'earl, 4o4,c; Hone, 4J aJc; liur
bank, 424 -o Lie.
Fork Active; new mess, $11.00-911.25.
Lard Quiet; prime nteam, 6,','otic.
liACos Longs, 60',c-; shorts, T.aVc;
clear ribs, VVoic; all packed.
Wool Tub-washed, choice, 2.; fair, 27c;
dlniry and low, i!.''tti'x.,. rnwaahed Choice
medium, '20'a20'ic: xood average medium, 14
firl'Jc; selected light tine, 17'al'c; eood aver
age, lt;ul7c; heavy, Ho 1U-; cointjim.', quar
ter blood, iKK20Sc; combing, low grades, It
liiuss Jrccn Halted ca-slcr; dry steady.
Green SaJted, Se; damaged, ?ic; brunded,
8c; bulla t stags, BS,e; part cured, Sc; green,
uncured, 7Sc: dry flint, 17c; damaged, He;
kip and cult-skin, 14c; bulln or xiagH, 10c; dry
salted, 12c; damaged, 10c; glue Htoi k, Be.
MIKKP Fki.ts Frimo gn-en salted, large
and full wooled, iOwTOe; dry do do, 40ai;oc.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 Bed. January,
TVc ; February, tlc ; Marcn, c ; April, tijc j
Corn Lower; December, dlc; January,
47e; February, 46c; March, 4; Muy,
Oats Weaker; December, 32c; fJanuary,
31Vo32c; February, SI J2i,
Wh rat Weaker; December, 70c; Jan
nary, 70.', ft 70 He; February, 71c; May, 77S'
Corn Weaker; December, 37S'c; January,
36at3iHc; February, 4Sc; May, :i7e.
Oats Lower; December, January,
24c; February, 24,e;-Mav. 27 So.
Fork Lower; January, flo.57X; Fobruary,
$10.70; May, $11.06.
Lard Lower; December, $fi.45; January,
$8.50; February, Ui.6",i ; March, $tU15.
Short Knis-Junuary, $-).42li; February,
$5.44; March, $5.WX.
Live Stock Market.
Cattlk Supply and demand moderate;
prices steady ; good to heavy steers, $j.2."i'
O.tHi: lair to good, $i.4(i'a j.oo; common to
medium natives, .7.Va4.oo; fair to good
Colorado steers, $.1.764. 2.1; light to good
stockerH, $3.00'a3.7A; native cows and heif
ers, $2.25'o)175; milch cows and calves, $23.00
Hons Market active and 610c per 100 ft a
higher; mixed packing at $4.l6'a)4.37Sc; York
weights sold fairly active at $4.00-84.10; pig,
Kiikkp Good demand for prime and fancy
muttons; common to medium, $I.W2.2.';
air to good,$2.6u'a;l.00; good to choice, $.).2.Vo(
4.00, fancy, $4.23 (tl.US; lambs per loo Bs, $2.00
Hons Receipts, '24,ooo head; fairly actlvo
and 6o lower: light, $3.S5-o4.10; rougti pack
ing, $:l.s6'4.06; heavy packing and shipping-,
CATTI.K Receipts, 2,500 head: slow; $5.75-9
6.26; good to clioice, $5.25'a. 1.75; common to
fair, $4.005.oo; Texann, $;l.00a4.00.
Hiikkp Receipts, i,:oo bead; steady; me
dium to good, $2.00'a4.25.
Catti.b Market steady; good to choice
shippers, J.l.flouii.oo; fair to good native
steers, $4.H0'5.;15 : medium stoors. t4.25-oi4.75 ;
light butchers', $:i.7.Vit4.oo; mixed butchers',
$2.250) I. on; butchers' cows, $2.60'oi4.o0; oxen,
Hiikkp Market steady; common to fair,
$a.00'n4 00 ; good to choice, $,t.rji'4.25; selected
foodors, $4.25-ii4.50; culls, 2.0ia2.75; Western
lambs, $;).75'a4.75jCamidiiH, $.1.00'd5.20,
iloos Demand fair and prices higher for
Yorkers and fat lit weights selling
at$4.4(H4.50; butchers' grades In fair do
maud, $-1.15 a J, 25 for fair lot, $4.30'dl.45 for
bust, $3.76'a 1.15 for fair to good.
Catti.K Receipts, 1,400 head; dull and
weak; exports, $5.l0'a5.40; good to cboleo
shipping, $i.il5a'5.oo; common to medium,
$4.20u4.60; feeders, $:i.0'(i4.25; cows, $2.7.Vo
3.:i0; grass rangers not citiotiililo.
Iloos Receipts, 7,500 liend ; opened higher
and closed lower; lots averaging 200 to 340
pounds, $l.oo'n'4.2o; mainly, $1.10.
Mi kki Receipts, 120 bead; (julot and un
changed. Money and Stock Market
Nkw YmiK, December 12. Money, 2 per
emit. Kxehangn quiet hut firm; rates un
changed, lioverniiients linn; currency lis,
1241 bid; 4s, coupon, I2MV bld,4H. do,, IMS
bid, Tho stock market was feverish and
Irregular. Lackawanna continues the fea
ture ot specubillon, and was heavily pressed
for sale. This stock appears to have no
bottom and gives wayrcadily to the slightest
demonstration agumt n, Cnder Its leader
ship the whole IimI hud declined! !ii2 per
cent, by II :10, but from that hour up to the
present writing .here has l.eon a steady re
covery under the leadership of the Grangers
and Yamlcrhllts, which wore quite actively
bought. Fli'Utvs are now up ,1 pur ceut,
trow tbe opening quotations.
We are shewing a large and elegant stock of useful
HOLIDAY PRESENTS in
Fine uits for Men, from 84 UO to 830 OO
Fino Suits for Hoys, from ttb00 to 818.00
Fine uits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
Rich and Elegant Overcoats
of fill kinds and of the latest styles.
I)(m't fiiil to txuniiiie our Fine 1 mliro d( -ltd and Haud
p:.i' t d ilk Misjh ndus, Kim- Silk jNt-ckwn.r, novel ies in
Nik llaiidKcrcliii Is, Linen Hi insiitcln d H. ndk. -rclnefs, Fancy
iNijrlit hiits, Fine and Mdmm I'mlei -war, siik Urahrellas
with 11 'in, Ivor)' and silver Handles, Leather ami Plush Cuff
and Collar Hoxes, Fur an: Genuine Seal-kin Taps.
New Goods and (1orrect Styles at
CHICAGO OX. -PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WEUNlili Sc SON, Props.
WM. M. DAVIDSOH,
Japanned 13erlin and Agate Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & ice Cream Freezers.
Ace nt for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas 'toves, Detroit
.vafe Co., Jlani'ltou Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Com SLellers. Planters, He, Ktc.
Mao 97 Kishth Street,
lUf?. L (X OO, CAIIiO, 111.
TKI,KPH(INK NO. iiO.
GfiEAT HOLIDAY SALE!
Popular Reliable Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE
X ver in ih history oftho trade in this country has ther- ben Mich wide
sin ead depression anionsr manufacturer! and importers of dry good as at pres
ent, hoods must ne soM, and cash-bujers can make their own piioes. Kwoir
Hzinff th-existence of i hesp fact Mr. Vtnart has been niaklus: a tour amonjj
mai.nfactuieis and imiK.rtrs duritifir the past week, aiid with such fUcreMthat
tlb holida saeconmie cing on Vonday, Incnnber 8 h, will ecl pue Hnjihinar
ever m cii here. nc f the imp riant jurchase8 was 5 :0 dozeu of handkerchiefs
tor our iniual Haudkercbitt Sale.
Ladle' AH Linen Hmdke.chl f-, hematHchcd and enlo-ed herder, l'c.
Ladle' I) I. eu llandk.Trhlefi, h u.med and colored border, f C.
Klegant H. m-t'tchffl llnndkerchlef, VIV, t iha.
Of t argKir. in Oeot- MhiteHilK : em.tltch d flandkorchlef., rflc.j worth ,'jC.
Gent' Hi n.R'ltch. n Handkerchief., wlib .legnnt c dored border, Vf.
.'0 ue"i (i.-ntH' .s at Han. ike chief, 85, 10a d SO,-.
ifid z.-n Lid e'.' Ilk Iimirikercni f. Li and ifiie.
PH' d.ien t h.l'ltvn' o nd ercb el, In itrcatv Ttrletr, ',4, 5 8. 8 and lnc.
Al-o suduxen Ldiea' 5hook IdUIOT.aln browu. 7c.! worth s1.50. OreaUit barxaln eter offend
These will he on "ale Mondav- Our tine, of Guaranteed Kid 0 oves attl OO
and $1 50 have no equal tor the money. Come ear.y to avoid the rush.
CHAS. E. STUART
Ik i Reliable and Original Toy Store
and Headquarters for
I would call the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
vicinity w isiiing to make purchases for the Holidays to call
and inspect my immense stock, larger thau ever, and at
prices to suit the times.
Tho following goods aro a small part of
mv assortment :
Chirm, Haaquc and Wax Dolls of all
Kid Hotly Doll, DrcKsed Doll,
Doll IIuikIh, Doll Bodice,
Doll HniisfH, QitmuB,
StHlionury, Toy Books,
Sliitus, F-iHcy Work Boxen,
Toy WrtoiiR, Vulociperli'g,
Ch'iUlii'n', Mi8-i fl'nii(l Lilies' Willow
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Fancy Pluli Ccmb Cose,
UoliuuiiuD and Silvered Glues Vnaoe,
Chios and BtBque Ornimrnll,
BrnnSH FiuUrcs and Ornnmcntfli
Decorated Motti and MuhIkcIiu Cupl,
Clips and ShUccrs,
Child'B Cups, Saucers and Plates,
Decorated Dinner and Tea Bern,
Handsome lino of Decorated Lumps,
Decorated Chamber Sot,
Fhe, I Boxes, Albums, Scrap Books,
Ciuar and Cijrarefe Cases,
Hobby Horses, Slelihs,
Full awortruent ot Skatri,
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150 Commercial Avenue,