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TOM DAILY OAlttt) AiULL'iiN; (t'liJESDAY MOUlVlflU, DEOBMBKU 1G, 1884.
No. 101 Commercial & Oth,
A V WW WW WW W W
We have just received an invoice of line uX' ' '
Cnrom . nml Krotwh Kid Kiirrim limits, in fcv Vh-:
v a a x.' a m a. a i -a m
commonsense and Spanish styles, all siz j:
and widths. These goods are
in every particular, and will
our usual low prices. Ladies,
see them, they are beautiful.
rjlHECITY NATIONAL 13 AN If.
Of Cairo, Illiiioin.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, Ig 100.0 00!
A Geueral Bankinj Iiusiness
THOS, SV. IIALHUAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BASK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXUS WANK.
'uiuiuercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BKOSS, Premdcnt.
II. WELlS, Cashier.
r". N3Kr Vice I'res'nt
T. J. Korth. AskH cash
. BroM CVro I William Kline. .('Ire
Peter NetT Wlilinm Wolf....
. M OMerlou " I 0. (). Pmlir "
h A. Budcr II. Wells '
J. Y. C'!emon, Caledonia.
A (.iKNKIUl. BANKING IIUSISKnS DON I;.
Kxcbinec fo'.d' Midho'mht. Intern! niiil n
fie Savings Dppnrtnxiit. Collections minle mil
all bnilneKS promptly attended to.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAi'OR, ELKCTUO-VAI'OR ni MEDICATED
A lady In atteudauce.
J? M. IJARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Bait Side Commercial, below Sih 8t.
J")K. E. W. WHITLOCR,
Orrua No. 186 Commercial Avenue, betweea
'ertiaid Ninth Mtraou
Q. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drue Store. Carbondalo, 111.
In preenl Rlvuu away. Hmd
F.i-if, m" w'ii. 1 K. ill nil
7 v..n u-lll .... a ttuf. I
IfOidsof lariiovnliie. that w II firt yon lu -v. irk
that will at nu brlhit ynii In moiiHV f.i-tiT tlian
anyiblrig ela in A tun -let. All khuiil the ' 0.0 0
liip-eeui wits ear.b liox. i'ioi l wanted evciy
wbr. f ulib r ix.nfal ai'i' fr HI ibu fine or
tiarw time oiilf. -n work t u at their owr tinmeii.
Korl'iDea for all work 'M almoluteW aanurud. or.'t
utlar. 11 . HALLUTJ' k Co., I'orUaul, Me.
C -1- S hEI
Qj TV T W rV
"a a, a a a
be sold at
Santa Clans and Original Toy Store.
Don't foil to call and ex tmino my stock
of silver-plated waru from tint beat makers,
before purchases for tin holidays.
7t 143 ami 150 Commercial ave
New Diuinjr Koom,
just opened, B itto's uew buildim,' upstairs.
From this date written orders will be re
quired lor all foods purchased in the city
by emplyoes, otherwise bills will not be
paid t-y thic omnpauy.
tew Yohk Stohe Co.
lot liy C. 0. Patieh.
Look tor the Ked Lis lit,
at DeBaiiu's 50 Ohm levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Deal r
in boots and shoes, keeps always ou hand a
laro assortment of yi-uts' aal ladies' boots,
siloes and ru Doers ot all style and size.
Hand-made jjihjds a specialty, also always
on hami le tther and findings. It will pay
you to call on him before purchasing e se
where. II is prices are very low and satis
ITewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. " tf
For the Iiet Oysters,
go to DeHaun's, 50 Oiiio levee.
A Great Disc try.
Mr. Win. Thomas, ot Newton, It., says.
"My wife has been seriously ntl'oited with
a couyh for twenty-live )eiu, and thir
spring more severely than ever before. Sit
had used many rem. -dies witliout relief, ami
beinj,' Urifed to try Dr. Kny's New D,s
covery, did so, with mo.-t gratify in;: re.-ults.
The tirst bottle relieved her wry uiiu h, ano
the Bi Cond bottle has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so gooil healthy for thirry
Trial bottles free at Barclays Rrus' dru
store. Lar'esize 1.00. G
Place your orders with Iltwett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to Di-liiun's, 5G Ohio
Do not let your little darliui,' sutler so
wit i that horrid cjut;h! U i to your drus
siorc and yet a b.ittle ot Dr. Jackson's
Hyrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It's
so nice your darling will be (h lijhtedto
tike it, and it will otop the couh, cure any
throat or lung complaint qu.rker than any
other remedy. Sold at 25.:., 5Uc. and $1.00
per oottie. l
Entrance to Uotto'd Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue nu I on Sevcuth St.
Ilewett's Oyster Depot is on' Eiuhth
street, one door est of Commercial. tf
HucKieu's Aruiea alve
The Best Salve '.a the world for Cuts,
ilruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'25 cents pur bin. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Opeu Day and Nitflit.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Never Give I j.
If you are sufTeriny with low and dc
pressed spirits, loss nf appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or any disease of a bilii us na
ture, by all means procure u bottle of Elec
tric Bittern. You will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that wiH follow;
you will be incpiied with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and inbeiy
will cease, and hencciorth vou will re oicu
in the praise of Electric li'itters. Hold al
fifty cents n bottle by Barclay Bros. 0
Only the Best Draud ofoyuters.
at ueu iiin d, ou Ohio eee. (f
A Fair Oirer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich,,
o Ter to send Dr. Dye's CeleliMled Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old mid yomiL', nlllirt.
mi wnh nervoiHdebilny, ,t vitalitv, ..nd
many other diseisi s.
Sen adverti-emeiit in tlii paper. 1
All hlioi.ld kn w lh.it leei IV, Hearts
riOj..iH and all fllllev u.ii...y i '
ii'iy color won. d with D hiiimii.I All
P"PU'ar c,m,h. 10o nt .IrutsN.
No.ih equal th, m Well., Richardson &
Co., Burlington, Vt.
3 ' r'i-V,rj
They Dletrrace a Oood Oauao By
a Bad Declaration of
The Oppression of the Hocking galley
Syndicate and the Sufferings of the
Lockod-Out and Starving Miners,
Made the Occasion For Passing Resolu
tions Which Should Place Their
Publishers Behind the Bars.
Chicago, III., December 15. There
was considerable excitement at lust
ulght's meeting of the American group of
the Interuutlonttl Working People's Asso
ciation, when the coal miner, Neil Mc
Casheu, made an address lu the Interest
ot the Hocking Valley relief fund. He
declared forty men were killed In the mid
night attack on Plnkertou guards at Mur
ray City. He said the men were firm, but
In great distress.
Several Socialists nrged the delegate to
take home plenty of dynamite and blow
into eU'rnlty the syndicate, l'iukertou
guards and the Hpeclal patrol. The fol
lowing resolutions were unanimously
Whkkf.ah, Compulsory Idleness, pauper
ism, trumps, low wayes and poverty art pro
duced ny tne waes, system of competition
and private property in capital; and
Wiikhkan, eonipHtltlon reduces Muxes fost
er than any lutior combluutlon eun raise
U'llVUtiH iUti tullllamr l,uu U..H II...1 .
..........j ii.. lain iiuitvi uui
oiirinn the pnt week in four different cities
of the l uidii to suppress and defeat work-
Hitmen who ure on sinae; juereiore,
linriivftl llv thlu mmy.muullni, r.t
people, to arm themselves In order to inakv
u siieeensful reslstaneo to the capitalistic
flaH, wlio are depriving them of their, bread,
tbelr happiness and their lives.
Htiolval, That in this warfare between the
Industrial slaves and their enslaver the em-
iiiyuieiu oi an melius is uot only justlnable,
Tired ot Tramps.
Memphis. Trxn.. December 15. It U
said that from seventy-flve to one hundred
trumps pass up and down the Louisville,
New Oilcans L Texas Railroad in the
vicinity of Wall's Station dally, aud that
their frequent depredations have so In-
r.eiwed thi rpultltinta r,f th.it i-.f(sin .w...
they seriously contemplate taking the law ;
in men uu nanus uuu executing sum
mary veugeauce upon those caught In acts i
of rascality. An unknown fJerinmi i
laborer was fatally hesten thern hi tr imnu
last Thursday and robbed ol all the money
i. .. i i
A MAN .NAMED HE.W.K,
Thought to Be an East St. Louis Burg- i
iar, rouna ueaa.
Evansvillk. I si.. December 15. The
Coroner is in German Township holding
an inquest on the remains of u man, ap
parently ahout thirty years ol age, found
at half-past three o'clock Sunday morn-
inu on the larm ol Henry Grimm, tight
miles irom this city. lhe man was a
ctraiiger, and the theory u thai he bad at
tempted burglary and was snot, as his
ace and bieut was riddled with bird
shot. The dead man had ou bis persou a
receipt of the American Express Com
pany, issued to W. (.'. Beale lor a valle
from Eu.t St. Louis to Cairo, to his ad
dress. A Frightful Wreck.
Dknvl-r, Col., December 15. Lute last
night, while a freight truln on the Denver
4 Uio Grande Bullroad was coming down
the side of the mountain near Marshall
Puss, the air-brakes failed after a two
mile run, and gaining a speed of not less
than fifty miles an hour, the engine
jumped the track, followed by twenty
cars. The engine and cars are a complete
wreck. The engineer and fireman jumped
aud saved their lives, but were badly
bruised. The heud brakeman was burled
under the wreck. The conductor and
rear brakeman succeeded In detaching and
stopping the way cur.
Boys Frozen to Death In Texas.
Abilene, Tkx., December 15. Two
boys about twelve years of uge, tho sons
of wealthy cattlemen named Worlhuiu
and Davis, were found dead on the prai
rie a lew miles from the city ou Sat
urday. They are supposed to have been
frozen to death In the bitter cold prevail
ing the day before, la efforts to reach
their homes In the ranche north of Abi
lene, w here they had but little comfort.
Wanted in Illinois.
DeSoto, Mo., December 15. Marshal
Martin to-day arrested Frank Applegato,
who Is wanted at Vandalla, III., on a
charge of grand larceny. Ho broke jail
there In 1883, delivering six others at tho
same time. A requisition was procured
Irom the Governor and be was handed
over to Sheriff Cox, of Fayette County,
Boston, Mass., December 15. The
telegraph operators from all companies in
this city met yesU-rday and formed a pro
tectlve association It Is understood thut
this action Is In common with other oper
ators throughout the country.
Blai in Session,
Nkw Yohk, December 1C Tho Grand
I,odge of Elks was In annual session her
yesterday, representatives being prestmt
from all over the country. Some amend
ments to the Constitution wrc adopted.
H. S. Sanderson, of New York, was elect
ed (irand Exalted Kulcr, and L. A. Kelly,
of Baltimore, Esteemed Grand Lcadlutf
Fir at Brooklyn, Ind.
Ft. Way.nk, Ind., December 15. Theru
was a most disastrous conflagration al
Hnmklyn, Ind., early yesU'iday morning.
The lire started In Joseph Schmidt's cloth
lng store, and the principal block on tho
niaiu street of the towu was entirely de
stroyed. An Artny Captured.
Montreal, December 15. Thu Salta
tion Army atteinpUnl to parade ynsUrday
lu violation of a police order. A ciowd
assembled ami roughs stoned tor mem
bers of thn army. The police arrived,
cJearod thn street and eautnred the whole
army. U was taken to Hie (kurt-hoos
and locked up, but afurwr,l roleaMd
De&th ol BldAr 3am. Morton.
Newmax, III., December lfl. Eldor
James Morton, one of the ploueers of
Methodism lu Illinois, died to-day, aged
elghty-oue. lie leaves quite a vuluublo
A Taste of a Cyclone.-'
Dayton, 0., December 18. A taso of a
cyclone struck this city last eveulug,
whirling signs, store-boxes and every
thing louse, making sidewalks dungerous
places for people going home Irom tho
A Costly Blase..
Falmouth, Kt., December 15. The
buildings owned by Kennett, Joseph
Woodland aud John Peudergast burned
yesterduy. Total loss about $20,000, the
greater portion of which falls upon Uule
Brothers, clothers. Insurance, 118,000.
Bloomi.ngton, III., December 15.
Horse-thleves are succeeding in their
work throughout many Central Illinois
counties, and almost nightly valuable an
imals are stolen. There is no doubt but
that there is a well-organized gang, whose
operations of lute have been bold aud
during In this part of the State.
A Printing Oiflae Attached For Back
Columbus, O., December 15. Sixteen
printers this morning attached tho Daily
Times odlce In this city for back wages.
The paper has been transferred from S.
K. Donovan to Henry T. Chittenden, who
guaranteed the wages but refused the
back pay unless a compromise was ef
fected. The paper will be discontinued.
Sough on Light Weights.
Kkie, Pa., December 15. The six-
round glove contest between Emerson, ol
Erie, and Foster, of Cleveland, light
weights, will be stopped by the Sheriff
at the order of the District Attorney, who
is determined to inforce the special act
relating to Erie County, which puts mere
boxiug matches on the saina level as prize
lights, and prevents the sume by punish
ment In the Penitentiary.
Grains and Provisions.
Monday, decemije k is, ism.
(otto Steady; middling, lov&lO'.c.
KLOI K-Steudy; XX to choice. U.M'di.20:
patents, U iOat.M.
C'tiK.N Weaker: No. 2 mixed. Sic: No. 2
w hite mixed, :dc.
ous 1-inner; No. 2, -lift a.
KVB Dull; No. i. 4.ials,c.
Tohacco Klrru; lus; common to choice,
$fi.ixilU.uo: leaf; common red leaf, $;.M)
lu.uo; medium to good, i'.t.mi'a i;,no.
IIaY ITairie, KWaH.oo for prime to cholco
new; clover mixed, n.ou'dlu.uu for common
to prime; prime now timothv, fs.ioall.JO;
limey, Jli.JOo 1.1.50.
lie itsk steady ; choice to fancv creumery,
14 n.'Oc; dairy, chulce to fancy. .'l'ov!:o.
Koos steady ; fresh stock. ii J4;.
1'oTATuE carcj and in demand ; Eastern
lioae, .Vic; Iturbank, .VJ'.feMc. Northern
Kluke, Siitiic; Victor, Sh-a I(k. l'eerleas aud
Mammoth Pearl, 4tNH2i,e; i:uo,4."a Me , bur
bunk, 4J Vol.'M'.
J'uuk Active ; new uiftns, !ll.no 11.25.
J.4KK yulet; prime steam, tt'a ati!.e.
lUCDl-ljniis, ,,'iii',c ; shorts, "k.'aSc;
clear riba, ti,"c; all packed.
Wool Tub-washed, choice, 2nc; fair, 27c;
dliiify and low, tivibc. I'n washed Choice
ln'diuin, 'Mttitc; good averane medium, IS
ilSo; selected liirht tine, 17 lv; jtood aver
ane, i'i lic; heavy, 14 J,-; ciiubiuic, (juar
ter bloud, i0W.c; comoiua, low grades, 14
JIikks Green salted easier; drv sieilv.
Green salted, Hc; damat'ed, 7 k,c;' branded,
Sc; bulls or stiu-'S, c; part cured, Sc; green,
uneured, 7Sc; dry Hint, 17c; damaifed, 14c;
kip and calf-skiu, 14c; bulls or Mux, l"e; 'ry
salted, l.'c; darnaired, 10c; flue stock, fie.
siiskp I'ei.ts Prime green salted, large
aud foil wooled, 5uit7oc; dry do do, 40'atc.
WhT Ixjwer; No. 2 fled. January,
7 Vo ; Kebruary ,l l,c ; Marcn, 4c ; April, so.Sc ;
Cork Lower; December, 51 c; January,
r'ebruary, 46J,c; March, 40c; May,
Oats Weaker; Derember, 3-c; Junuury,
31VU); february, 3iWti;.
Wueat Stronger; December, 70S'c; Jan
nary, February, 71e; May, 77V
Cork Higher; December, 41, c; January,
itHc; February, S4 Vc; May, ;t7 V.
Oats Firmer; December, ii.'.c; January,
J4c; February, Uc ; Muy. i'c.
Fosa Higher; January, JI11.OS; February,
10.7t; March, $10.87 ; May, Jli.171.
Luao Higher; Duceuibur, yM; January,
$fl.S7H ; February, Wt ; March, K70.
hMOKT Uihh .January, -').47.; February,
Yi.bo; March, 4.67t.
Live Stock Market.
Cattlk Supply and demand very limited ;
iirlcca steady ; good to heavy steers, J.',.i.Va
j: fair to good, $4 .40a.Vuo; coiumon to
medium natives, W.Vi'ai.t:,; fair to good
Colorado steers, )l.7&t.A0; light to good
vtuckeri, $3.W:i.75 ; native cuw.i nnd heif
ers, tl.ibvi.lS; milch cows and calves, :;l.00
Hoos Market active, prleei nnrlmnged,
exeept for Yorkers; mixed packing at I4.ivv
4.37 Ho; York weights sold lairly uctlve at
3.IK'a4.00; pIXS, tXOO'o J.4U.
(SiiKRH Good dttiuniid for prime nnd faney
muttons, common to medium, il.Mtti.iJ;
fair to good, ti.SO'aXOO; good to choice, J.'t.2,'a'
i.ui, taney, it.a'H.M; lambs per loo fts,
Uoos lleoelpts, 39,000 head;
Htroiigor; light, V?c4,iri; rough parking,
n. 064. 10 ; heavy packing aud shipping,
Catti-b Receipts, C.loo head; Christmas
cattle, 7.00wi.O0; exports, A.WiwH.40; good to
choloe, 4.Z6v6.S0; common to fair, Jl.OOtt
Hiibrp Rmielpts, J.5o0 hend;steudy ; com
mon to good, i.tt)mi.3i; choice, J4.wt 5.00.
CATtut Market dull and unsettled; feel
iiitr.p and Lavus In fair demand; me
dium to good sheep, from W to M pounds,
l:i.lMX.7S; good to choice Iambi, western,
si,onv4.o; Lunana, vi iO'an.w,
lloos Market opened strong and higher,
and closed at the Inside prices; early sulci
good to choice Yorkers, ti.UhU4.4o: butchers'
gradei, )4.. '164 4. 40; Inte sales good to choice
Yorkurs, .ivt.iTf, butchers' grades, $I.15
Cattlk Ileoelnts, tr,n head; dull nnd
wk: iMirts, .;M)'ft.i;o ; good to choice
shipping, 4.roit3.oil; common to medium,
$4 ou'i4.40; feeders, l.eo.4.oii; cows, .7'
lloos Iteonlpts, O.ooo head; netlve; ino
lowor; lots of 'JA to STl pouuds, Vi.OO dl.'Jii;
mainly at l.eii4.0A.
hliKMl'- Iteeeipts, I0S head; very (lull; on
ly fat wanted; fit t- to good, fiMtmiM.
Money and Stook Market
NfcW Tour, Decnmbnr Money, 3 per
cent.; exchange dull ; llorerniuonts strong;
currency, H'e, I JT, bid; 4's, coupon, l.i(S bid;
4S's, do,, 1HH bid, l.iiekswiinna was the
feature of the morning, and was pienteil fur
sale by tliti bAnrs, while smii" Inrgnr holders
aUD were evidently selling, Thu .tuck went
down nearly every mile, At hi ion the whole
Hat was of to IV the latter Lackawanna.
There was no apparent reason for the de
cline In the general market other thmi thn
wiling of Lackawanna, since midday thera
ha bea a alight recovery under the Infill
an of supporting orders. Al the time of
wrttiaVg tae toe ot Mie market Is ftrveruh.
CHICAGO ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
We are showing a large and elegmit stock of useful
HOLIDAY PEE8MTS in
Fine Suits for Men, from 84 OO to 830 OO
Fine Suits for Boys, from irb00 to 818.00
Fine Suits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
liich and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of the latest styles.
Don't fail to examine onr Fine Fmhro dmd and Hand
piii tid silk Suspeiiders, Fine Silk IWkwear, novel ies in
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Hi mst itched Hiindkmhiefs, Fancy
Night--hiits, Fine and Midium Underwear. Silk Umbrellas
with fl Ivor) and Mlver Handles, Leather aiul Plush Cuff
and Collar Itoxes, Fur nnd Genuine Sealskin t'apH.
Now Goods anil Correct Styles at
CHICAGO 0Ni:-PKICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WEHNKH SON. IJrops.
Ik M Belial and Original Toy Store
and Headquarters for
I would call the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
vicinity wishing to make purchases for the Holidays to call
and inspect my immense stock, larger than ever! and at
prices to suit the times. c
The following goods
mv assortment :
('inns, Ba")iie hnd Wax Dolls of all
Kid IV ilV Dol s, Dressed D.-lls,
D.ill Heads, I) ill Uodies,
I) ill 11 us -c. (i ion ,
Ntitionery, T") Books,
Clirisiin-s Car ls,
Slate, Fmic Work 13 xes,
T y Vir ii 8, Velotijiedes,
C'lnldien's, Mis-es'and Ladies' Willow
snd F-ticy Chairs,
Fancy Plu-di Com!) Cast'",
Bobeuiiao and Silvered Glass Vses,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and Agate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Asrcnt for Atkins & Westlake Oil. Oanolinc and Gas toven, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Lorn Shelters, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TKLKPIIONK NO. SO.
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n i 1. 1 ii...' I.i, i.rli llmmiind.
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1 p-irnwM UIiuil'Milil" "l 'iciv m il HOI) Hu g "" I will nwr vhutg, rnor or low ttibrll- I
rati no. a i i'ir,if soli j io k. roueo qoi.1 ursinos, pi wuh n, lMM ,t0 iii,mmiii.
lirh ile-v uri' n prioi't in.'. - u, i niyiirepvani
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Thi'V wiiilil in ikn I liiMiiiiful
itn ID ISI. RDtin OHO PLAIN HIND rloh
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in iiilU'll.'.i'Uiriil, r:iil ilt .n-m Ml vour onlfr.
ilnv l' M vivi'.l. Oil III 1 1 I
j1.ri',f3r.i 2 liiuikil number nt 'lm lu 'H-
Thn nhovo Jewelry
nml i ii n not lie niirrnii in ine siorri.
After It I Itifrmlureil,
i, lm title immeii lor uu
PARK M'F'C CO.,
Dr. .1 . HhPMiisn. of Ml n'ostl' . New York, fsmtttt' for thf p't 35 yosrs ftif hlsso-coisftt W ttlsthj
ml tifoiirliiif ruiitU'o wtititiut -uictcnl npMtun, Is uow tt his fflco, 8i, L uIk. w ipm i ho Win rmlh
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aro a small part of
China ami I5.;-fiii' Ornsments,
Ilroi z- FikUres nnd Ornanienta,
Decorated M"tts and Mustache Cups,
Cups mil S'.urere,
(,'liild's Cups, Saucers and Plates,
Decorated Dinner snd Tea yets,
Handsome line of -Decorated Lttnpi,
D Curated Chindier Set",
ir'heil HoX'-h, Alliums, Bcrap Books,
Ci'ar and Cisret e Cases,
Hubby Horses, Sleiirhs,
Full assortment ol Sksfcs,
Ac, &c, Ac.
150 Commercial Avenue,
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