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THJB DAILY OAlttO BULLETIN ; THURSDAY MOJiNlfltf, DEOBMBKR 18, 184.
No. 101 Commercial & 6th,
We have just received an invoice of fine
Cnrcoa and French Kid Button Boots, in
commonsense and Spanish styles, all sizes
and widths. These goods are first-class
in every particular, and will be sold at
our usual low prices. Ladies, come and
see them, they are beautiful.
ST. LOUIS ,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Baukin; Business
TI108, W. UA.LL.IU A. V
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. V. HALL1DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BHOSS. rrwldcnt. I P. N EPF, Vice Tres'nt
H.WBLLS, Cmhlor. T. J. Kerth, Ali't cash
. Bro...... Cairo I William Hints. .CMro
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... "
C. M.Onterloh " I C. 0. 1'atler. ....... "
B.A.Buder II. Well.
J. Y. Clemorj, Caledonia.;
BANKING 1IUSINBH8 DONE.
XxchatiKo o'.d and bonsht. Interett paid It
the Savlnga Department. Colluetlona made and
all builuons promptly attended to.
J)R. 3. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairn, 111.
TAl'OR, ELBCTKO-VAFOK ino MBDICATKD
A lad; In atteudance.
J1 M. IIARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eaat Bide Commercial, below Itb St.
J)R. S. W. WHITL0CR,
Ornce-No. 186 Oommaretal Avanas, betwee
SREtiand Ninth Street
JJ 0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICS-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, 111.
pre.onL glroo awar. ftnnd
ntapomaiitt, ana i mall
II ir.t fruit a bnonHDM of
arve.ni law tiiu. mm w ii atari you iu 'urn
. that will at m brine tun In motmv f.tpr than
rlblng ele In Atnetlc. All ahuot the O.UO
1 iiprtNnn win .ecu oox, Aget.ta wanted eerjr
wUete.of ellhr rti.-of li avea, for all ibefme. or
' inn time onlr, to work for tin at tbelr own taomea.
AortaMt for all worker abaolntelfaaanred. Don't
MUr HAtLBtr CO., Portland. Ut.
a . 2 IN &3
i s-aj H si qs
3 SsSIf A is 3g
a r 3 C ' 3 8
Santa Claus and Original Toy Store
Don't fail to call and examine my stock
of silver-plated ware from the best makers,
uetore purchases tor trio holidays.
7t 149 and 150 Commercial avo
New Dining Koom,
just opened, Botto's new building up stairs.
Look for the Bed Ligrnt,
at DcBauu's 56 Ohio levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer aud Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a
largo assortment of gents1 ami ladies' boots,
shoes and rubbers ot all stylo and size
lland-inado goods a specialty, also always
on hand leather and findings. It will pay
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. Ilia prices are very low and satis
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
- For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Nuwtnn. In., srvb:
"Mv wife has been seriouttlv affected with
V " -
a cough for twenty-five year, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
bad used many remedies without relief, and
being urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottlo relieved her very nnicb. and
the second bottle has absolutely cured her.
one uas not had so good healthy tor thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclav9 Bros' drutr
Btore. Large sizo $1.00. 0
Place your orders with Hewett for
Oysters and Fish. . tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBnun's, CO Ohio
Do not let vour little darlinc? sufTur so
wit:i that horrid cough I Go to your drug
store. and get a buttle of Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Luncwort and Wild Cherry. It's
so nice your darling will bo delighted to
UKe it, and it will etop the couli, cure any
throat or lung complaint quicker than any
other remedy, bold at 25o., 50c. and $1.00
per bottle. l
Entrance to Botto'd Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Hewitt's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, ouo door enst of Commercial. tf
wiicKieu's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for CutH,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, CliilblainB,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 couts per box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Open Day and Night.
DcBauu's restaurant, 50 Ohio levto.
Never Give l'p.
If you are suireriug with low and de
picHKud Hpirils, Ioks of appetite, genenil de
bility, disordered blood, weak conMiiution,
lifudhche, or any dinense of a bilious na
ture, by nil means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bittern. You will be hurpiifed tost'i
Uiu rapid improvement tlint will follow;
you will bo innpiiod with iit-w life; strength
Hnd activity will returu; pnin umi misciy
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Bold m
nny cents a uottle by Barclay Bros. 0
Only the Best Brand of ovatcw.
at DeB'tuu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
He Ktiows It.
Ilirnm PI Mult..l.1 i'. .i.. c i...
-; ""luiu, MMiiiiTiy OI nnver
Spiings, R. I., has no doubt about tlio won
derful curative nowem of K'l.i rtltl'.Worl- IT,.
was so t) lllicted with kidney cmiipliiint thut
he could not stand on his feet from pnin
and wenkne. As soon as ho commenced
uMng Kiduey-Wort ho experienced immo
dinte lellef, and at once begun to grow
strong and was relieved of all pain and un
pleasantness. llesys:'I know I bavo
been cured by Kidney-Wort."
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co'., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to sen, Dr Dy's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, f.
thirty days, to men, old and young, aflliet
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
8e kdvortiicment to Ibis papor. 1
CHEAP AS DIRT,
Wholesale Trafflo In WIvbb Car
. riod on In a SraaU NeW
.TfcY Female Clay Ohansea Hands A
Eidioulously Low Pignrea Fifty
Oenta the Bottom Prise.
Tbrca Bushels of Wheat Buys Bsautj
Who Afterward Becom;s a
New York, December 17. A cased
wife selling was unearthed lu Peeksklll,
yesterday. Oa Water street, not a stoue
throw from the depot, stands a boarding
house. The proprietress was once Mrs.
Thomas ltoblnson, but ono day Joel
Thompson became infatuated with her,
and her husband not having further us
for her, sold her to Thompson for three
bushels of wheat, For a number of yean
Thompson and the woman lived togethci
as man and wife, but on account of Lis
dlssoluto habits she left" him. And tfl
snpport herself opened the board-
in 2 bouse. After his rmrrhnspH wifn I. .ft
him. Thompson becumt; a aLrnno n.lwwui.
of temperance, while she became a prom-
lucut saivaiionisi. Among me prominent
boarders at this hcmrrilnir hnnm la a Iiqk.
acter known as "GIp" Williams. He bad
a wue to wnora frank JNaJortook a fancy,
and after a little couxlnir hp hhppi..iu,i ,n
purchasing her from Williams for a hall
uonur. jor a nuniDer oi years they lived
together In the village, and Willi
for Putnam Couuty. Alter the sale of his
i uriii! n i t.i . ...
wue n uiiams uveu wun a Mrs. Conuers
as his wife. He
STOLE HER CLOTHING
and sold It for money to buy liquor. She
was found nudo by Otllcers Curry and
Wyatt the next moroinff in th third cinra
Of an UnOCCUhied house, uhern Khn nti.l
Williams slept the night before. She was
buih io prison lor lour months for
vagrancy. A few years ugo Joe Keatch
was au inmate of thn (
and while there received a pension oj
9w. no purcnasea .Mrs. 1 uller for five
dollars from her h
After he had sjnt all his money his
noiuau uisuppcarcu, ana lias not since
been seen. Two days after Furler sold
his wife to Keatch. he
It, and wasted to buy her back. He of
fered $3, all the money he had, but Keatch
would not sell her for less thnn am. nn.i
as Fuller was unable to raise this amount,
ne naa io let Keatch retain his purchase.
Several Other cases Of the samn nut urn
are reported In the village.
LONDON BRIDGE DAMAGED.
London, December 17. Closer exam
ination of London Bridge by experts to-day
revealed thirteen different cracks from
seven to twelve Inches long In the granite
at the lower part of the buttress of the
bridge at the place where the explosion
occurred. The damage spot resembles a
pane of glass with starred cracks. . Tho
river above and below the bridge Is being
dredged in hope of finding some remnant
of the explosive substance which may af
ford a clue to the authors.
A SUCCESSFUL SORTIE.
Cairo, December 17. A dispatch from
Dongola says the garrison at Kassola
made a sortie and took the rebels by sur
prise, killing hundreds and capturing
a number of cattle.
DEATH OF LOUIS KOSSUTH.
London, December 17. A dispatch re
celved late this afternoon reports tho
death of Louis Kossuth, Hungarian
A DESrKRATR ATTACK IN nANOIS.
Parls, December 17 A dispatch from
Hanols, received this afternoon, states
that 3,000 Chinese troops mado a desper
ate attempt to capture Chal, but after se
vere fighting were completely routed by
the French garrison occupying the place.
The Chluesti loss is put ut 800 killed, and
the French at thlrty-four killed and
HO EXULISU NKKD APPLY.
A Bill to Driva! British Land IHolders
irom Our Weatern Cattle Ranches.
Washington, D. C, December 17.
The House Committee on Public Lands
will frame a bill this week Intended to
drive British laud holders off our West
ern cattle ranches. The gist of It will
be that if foreigners want to own big
tracts of lauds In this country they must
renounce tnelr allegiance to the Crown
and become American citizens.
. The report to be made on the subject of
foreign land holding in this country will
show Interesting statistics. There are
over 7,000,000 of acres owned by English
men in Texas, nearly as much in New
Mexico aud Colorado, aud a million acres
In Kausitsare held by British syndicates.
Complaints como from Colorado of high
handed conduct on the part of tho En
glish ranchmeu. They arc said to havo
ordered their cowboys to shoot any In
dian seeu off the reservations for the rca-
ton that some Indians arc cattlo thieves.
Rapidly Having- tho Bite Extraotd-A
Bad Reputation ior Veracity.
Washington, D. C, December 17.
tn the Springer investigation this morn
ing the clerks lu the Comptroller's olilce
and others testified that .Bailer's reputa
lion for veracity was bad. Judge Law
rence ollored the evidence of a number of
clerks in his olllcc to disprove the state
ment ot Barker that the clerks in the
Judiciary division passed upon fraudulent
accounts knowing them to be false, bo
tause they did not want to get at logger
heads with their superior officers.
tk Worst Storm Known In Thirty
Port land, Or., December 17. It has
been snowing severely for twenty-four
hours. The storm Is the worst known In
thirty years. Tho snow is from three
Inches to three feet deep all over tho
Northwest Trains arc abandoned, wire
m dowitaad boiloeu isvsasneaUaUr .
Laid town on Ills Contraots,
Chic a ao, III., December 17. Peter
JfoOoooh, tho well-known speculator, was
suspendod for thirty days by tho direc
tors of tho Board of Trade yesterday for
pleading la his suits with Daniel Wells,
over the great lard deal, thut his con
tracts wore gambling transactions, and
r James Wilson Discharged.
Philadelphia, Pa., December 17.
James Mitchell, the pugilist, who was ar
rested yesterday on suspicion of causing
tho death of a man named Muldoon In a
prlte tight, was brought up this morning
at the Central Station aud discharged, as
his accuser failed to appear. Tho magis
trate said he was satisfied the arrest was
Sled of Blood-Poisoning-.
Hamilton, Can., December 17. Iter.
T. B. Fuller, Bishop of Niagara, died this
morning. Several days ago ho accident
ally ran a three-cornered file Into his
hand. At first the wound did not give
much trouble, but a day or two after it
gangrened. Blood-polsonlug set lu, from
the effects of which he died.
Struck Ag-ainst a Reduotlon.
Chattanooga, Tkxn., December 17.
Three hundred miners at tho Soddy coal
mine, on the Cincinnati & Southern Kail
road, struck this morning. The strike
grew out of a reduction of ten per cent,
in wages. One hundred laborers are em
ployed about the mines. The minora rr.
fuse to resume work until the wages are
restoreu. Trouble Is feared.
Proved Fatal at Last-Whisky's Work,
Atchison, Kan., December 17. John
Ward, the oldest man in this city aud
probably iu Kansas, wandered away from
his borne Monday, and was found yester
day in the suburbs frozen to death. Mr.
Ward was 105 years old. and has resided
here ever since Atchison had a name. Ho
was somewhat given to drink.
Teaching- School Above a Powder Mine.
Atlanta, Ga., December 17. Two
kegs of powder have been found concealed
uuder the Gate City school buiMing. The
motive which led to the nowdcr belns
placed there Is unknown. Taken In con
nection with the luci.-iidiarv attenint to
burn the Court-houstc, it has created con-
Grains and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, DLCEMBEU 17, liH.
Pottos Steady ; middling, WalO'ic
Fi-ora steady ; XXX to tuolco, 2.0033.20;
Whkat Kirmer; No. S Bed. 77,V77ic; So.
3 lied, WIVaiiTSc.
C'oKV-Xowi-r; No. 2 ruUed, 33VMc: "o.
2 white mixed, u7'J7,'o.
Krn HiKht-r; No. i, Mc.
liVK Dull; So. 2, 4ii V4St'C.
Toiiacou Firm; lus, common to choice,
$1.0oa l0.oO; luaf, common red lul,7.50'10.uoj
medium to irood, i .()ol7.0o.
Hay I'ralrie, $.t.(0st.oo for prime to cholee
new; clover mixed, $7.00 a lo.oo for common
to prime; prime new timothy, J9.50ail.j0;
Hurra ii steady ; choice to fancy creamery,
24 '-; dairy, choice to fitney, Jlailc.
Kilos hteaily ; fresh xtock, U'alte.
Potatdks scarce; demand light; Eastern
Hose, Site; Burhank, bi'atfu. Northern
Fluke, 40 ai.'Sc; Victor, 40a 4.rio; Peerless and
Mammoth Pearl, 4in;Kc; Hone, 4Sc: iliur
Poiik Active; new mess, $11.00911.29,
I.aki Quiet; prime ateain, syrtic. Vl
Bacon Lona, uo; Hhorta. 6Vj6,',q: clear
ribs, (IKWS'i'c; all packed.
IIiDKit (ireen salted easier; dry stendy.
Green Suited, 8c; datnat;d,7c; branded,
7c; bulla or stajiH, 6c; part cured, 7c;
preen, uncured, 7e; dry flint, )ic; damaued,
l3S'c; kip and calf akin, 14c; bulls or Htaxs,
loc; dry salted, IX ; damaged, lue; glue stock,
SitEKPPsi.TS-1'rlme (rreen salted, larg-e
and full woulud, 6u70c; dry do do, to'iatkiu.
1 KIW YORK.
Whrat Weaker; No. a Ued. 'January,
80Sc; -February, BVic; March, 4Ko; April,
Co un lilKlier; December, 54o: January.
47Ve; February, Vc; May, 41Se.
Oats December, 3iv,c; January. 32Jk'cj
February, S3.s,c; Way, M'.o.
TVnEAT-Wonker; December, 71Ve; Jann
sry, 71 Vc; February, 7,c; March, 7a47a.,tc;
May, 7s Sc.
Cony Lower; Year, H7Ve; January, 35',c;
February, :iHe; May, 87',c.
Oats Firmer; December, 24c; January,
24'ic; February, 24e; March, i4'c; May,
I'okk Lower; January, $in.07; February.
$10.W); March. U0.0O; May, $11.22 tf.
Larh steudy ; December, $0.67 ; January.
$(1.50; February, $1.K7 ; March, $ii,75.
Shout Kins Junuary, $5.53; February.
$5.57; Murch, $'..
XJve Stock Market.
Catti.R Supply small ; pood butohrrs'
stock a Khade hiKiier; Kood to heavy ateer.
$5.25'a8.l)0; fair to nood, $4.40'iuo; common
to meulum natives, $3.75'a4.25; fair to ftood
Colorndo Rteera, $a.75't4.5o; light to ood
utockerrt, $3.001.75; native cows and helferH,
SiWdi.li; milch cowa and calvea, JiJ.ooj
Hons Market active, at an advance of 6fl
inc per loo bs: mixed packing at $i.'.'.r,'o4.:'.0;
York weluhlB aold fairly actlvo at itf.'JO'a.l.Uj;
Siikkp Uood demand for prlmo and fancy
mnt tons; common to medium, $i.A0io2.25;
fair to Kood, i,Mml.Q0; ooa tochoico, $a,i-.'
4.00 : fancy, $4,6i.a5; lambs pur loo Us. JJ.W)
Ifoos Kocelpls.si.iKio; fMirlr active and 6
10c hltrher; lllit, $l.o "rouL'h puckliiu',
$1.0544.28; heavy packing and iilppiui, $4.20
('ATTt.K-Hci-it.s. 7.0o(j hea.l; Hiow and
Hteaily ; ChriMliints cnltlc, $7.00'a7.5; exporlx,
$5.7.'i'ii.4o; ooi 1 1 cliolcu,$0..,0a5.ti0; cominou
to medium, W.'XUj.on.
siikkp IlitfeliitH, ;i,wio head; steady; In
ferior to KOd, $j.:,Vu 1.25,
Pattlk M'irket dull and prices a sliado
lower; uood to choice Htoern, $5,850.00; Unlit
to medium from l,lui to l,::oo ouuds, l.ao'a)
kiikrp Market steudv and fair demand;
enmmon to fair. $a.25it t.iid; lllit feeilcri hIow
at $S.7AV3.40; choice heiivv teuderH,$4.25'a l.50;
westnru lambs, !t;l.7.V4.S5; (.'uiiaUa lumbs,
$5.imi'u5.40; all Hold.
lloiiK Mock In irond demand Hnd prices a
simile liltflier; supply Ikht ; '"d to choice
Yorkers, $t.:!.vUo; liijiit, do, $,0; ood me
dium, $l.aO'a l.tu; heavy ends, $4. UaiM.
KANSAS (,'ITY. '
Patti, Itncelpis, l.coo; (rood stronger;
common weak; exiioitH, $5.2Uo5.40; itood to
choice HhlppliiK, il..'Mi'a l.HO ; coiiunoii to
medium. $l.oowl,40; leudet'M, 4-l.U)at.W; cows,
lioi.H Kernlpts, 0,500: llnnurand lOehlffhcr;
lots of ins to :uw pound average, iJ.si'oH.2o:
hiiuKi1 itcceipiH, l,oo; moio active; na-'
tlves, S3 pouuds average, $1.75.
Money and Stock Market.
Naw Yoiik, December 17. Money ll nor
cent. ; bar allver, 107 ' ; Governments, Btcady l
Mimes, JulS ; 4 Sm, lia(i4s, 1211 4 i 1'aclllc us of
'lis,12ti. istooks linn: prices advanced , to
X, tjranKors and New York Control helno
tliu llrniHHt share. Lackawanna wan heavy
and broke to IMV itmiinstM ut close yeter'
clay. The weaknes of this stoctk la explained
by a lulUir from . V. Wliite, dated Decumbor
li. Ia It he Blatea he hna fousrht a pitched
battle with (he beara twice, and would aol
Bn. agsda but tore a fMtlameal
CHICAGO ONE-PltlCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
We are sliowiug n large ami elegant stoek of useful
HOLIDAY PEiSBKTS in
Fino Suits for Man, from 84.0Q to 830.00
Fino buits lor Boys, from 83.00 to 818.00
Fino Suits for Children, from 82.50 to 8 Id
Eich and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of tho latest "styles.
Don't fail to examine onr Fine Finbroidnxd and Uand
paintrd Silk Susii'iidci's, Fine Silk Neckwear, novel ies in
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Fancy
Nijrht Miiits, Fine andMtdinni Underwear, Silk Umbrellas
withJ'hin, Ivory and Silver Handles, Leather and Plush Cuff
and Collar Boxes, Fur and Genuine Sealkin Caps.
Now Goods and Correct Styles at
CHICAGO ONK-PItlCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WEUNFJt .Sc SON, 1'rops.
s i Relisl ii Original
and Ileadcjuartcr.-? for
1 would call the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
vicinity wishing to make purchases for the Holiday to call
and inspect my immense stock, larger than ever, and at
prices to suit the times.
The following goods aro a small part of
mv assortment :
C'liini, Bitscjce aud Wax Dull!) of all
Kid Body Dol!, DreMed Dolla,
Di ll Ileidri, D.ill BimIich,
D.ill 11iiih.-k, U limit,
Stationery, Toy Book?,
C 'lu IHt III 'iu Curls,
Sliites, Fincj Work B 'xes,
T-iy Wmoouk, VfiM:ipeilc4,
Cliildien'fi, Mis-tH1 anJ Ladies' Willow
and Fnticy Cliairc,
Fuiicy Plunh C uib Casr?,.
AliibaslliifP, BohetLiau and Silvered Cliss Vase',
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOYES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 13erlixi and Agato "Ware,
Eiid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Acont for Adams & Westluke Oil. Gasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Flown, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Mautei'9, Ktc, Etc.
Hob. 27 & 33,
TELKPIIONK NO. 20.
i.l taiSOUD I8I.MUII IOLIUQIIS' KINa, MtHk
Unci! Nuliun. ri.nvb U.mv.l. nlch cunul tultl trum
" (.niiii. loimiMpl b; .iporn, and ihnonliiponcl
II It ml dnmUt mid .how. u a tlOO King ami will
tlon. tm M
No. B liaP.irof 10110 18 L IHLtEB
r mrn I lit V a " eii"" uwi, n. iiijwihw,
h. dM'vn tin Imnl iirlt.
Tbf would tnnka a baamiral
No. U atOllO l'8 I.MLttD OOLD PLAIN DINS, rich and mawlia, aid wati
No.-Sbi.a RUlfTDll ISUI 181, (OLltJOOlllslAl IIBIof.kr.nl pmunn
ariaiiiiabitruraiiiiarLadrorUtuk no dingle plc Has tlta four art ols of Jewelry nsmd
COUld h DurChaMd HI nnv alnra 4r I... thnn S.'I W. urrlflra lh. .nil, In li.iroduca
mil. i a, aim o.rinna uuiaaord In mi.rriiru.nl tlirm or .all
K.d Ih. prlra ol ona or mora oflh. arllol.a .no d.tlra b.
...t.ri.( i, ......iu uv..muiu mi.rrnrwaiii iiiprn or ..ii
ddr.il wrliltn plainly. Ifyoa want. Wln, .prion w'th
mn arounn in. nnrrr aeairad lo fit. ni o PMaTViCnT
dcilrtd lu Ihli .draruifmnit, and apniTThcio with rnnr ord.r.
daya. rwolfad. OnnlF.n AT
a iimiiru nnniuar at ion low pnea .
TIm above Jawtilry Is abaolatoly HEW,
nd cannot ba parrhaafd at the Store.
Aftrr It la Introdured, w will not iell any
Article named for leas than from 3 to $0.
PARK MT'C CO.,
Dr. 3. . Bhnrman, nf 351 D ondwa', New York, famuli for Iho pat 8J oor fur hl inrreMfa Wttisth.
d nfriirlnu riiMit'P without uieirl npiii'ttion, l now at bin i (lliui, Hi, U ula, wnere be will tetnala
totrvai puiienia till t'o ii th of Uvcember. During trait mint milotiU can labrrwlllii nt Intaif ring
with tho iiire, anil wlih afetv Irom stratiKulatnil rupture, lilt hnoR, with llkaneaaof badeMU bofort
and after euro, n mailed for 10 centi. JUuit inber. lu Bt Loan, ofUcm 404 Market itretv mm
China and Btpque Ornaments,
Broiize Fik'Ures and Ornuient8,
Decorated Motts snd Muatacbe Cups,
Cuptt and Si.uccrs,
Child'a Ctipa, Saucers and Plates,
Decorated Dinner and Tea Seta,
Handsome line of Decorated Lamps, .
Di cornted Clmiiibi r Sets,
f lied Boxes, Albums, Scrap Books,
Cin'Hr and Cigart t'e Caics,
Hobby Uornea, Sleighs,
Full asoiimeiit ol Skates,
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150 Commercial Avenue,
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