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THK DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN i SUNDAY MOl.NlNtf, DEQEMBi,R 31 1884.
No. 101 Commercial & 6th,
We have in stock a beautiful Hue of
Gents' Fine Embroidered Slippers at our
our usual bed-rock prices:
Nice Hand. Emb Slips,
Nico Silk, Emb Slips, -Nice
Silk, Emb Slips,
Fine Chenille, Emb Slips, -
The above are fresh, seasonable goods,
and dirt cheap at prices named.
tFEal)bep goods of all kinds at very low .prices,
anion? which we show the "Olivette," the litest and
neatest warm overshoe for ladies in the market.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
THOS, W. IIA.L.LIUVV
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK,
TJ.IOS. "W. UALLlDAYi
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street
P. BH0S9, Pfmdunt.
H. WELLS, Cashlur.
I V. NAFF, VlceFres'nt
I T. J. Kerth, As't each
. Eroi.... Ca!ro I William Kiute. .CV:o
Peter Neff ... " William Wol?.... "
C. II. Osterloh " I C.O. I's tier.. ...... "
S.A.Buder H. Wells
J. Y. Clemaon, Caledonia.'
A 0R5BKAL BANKING BUSINBS8 DONE.
KxchaoRQ so'.d andboneht. Intereit paU ll
the Savings Department. Collections inale aud
aU Dullness promptly attended to.
JJR. J, E. 8TR0N0,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAfOB, KLBCTROVAPOR axo MEDICATED
A '.adj In attendance.
. E. W. WHITL0CK.
UFFtci No. 1S6 Commarclal Avenab, betweea
Kent) and Miith Htreeu
JJ 0. PARSONS, M. I).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
omci-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, 111.
s-t a f
The Eeenlar Cairo & Padncah Daily
Sil GUS FOWLER
HSNKT K. TAYLOR, Mauler.
UEOttUE JOBKb. Clerk.
Ltm P.idacah for 0 lro dally (Hundaya except
dttil ra.. and MonndC'ltr alio. m. Hetarn
Bg,lart Cairo at4p.m.iMoondCltratlp.
. 1'T Mil.JB .
fry, " '
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
On Nijrnt Only.
MONDAY, DEC. 22.
Brooks & Dayton's
ln'tbclr new version of
the funn'eAt comody erer written, now jilavlngto
crowded boniei in New York. Tbe Original
Muldoon and Mulcahey
The Lauffhable Trick Donkey Jersey 1
A Powerful Dramatic Company!
lyAdmlsslon, 50 and 75 cent. Gallery, 25
cent. Seati eecured at Buder'i.
25th Anniversary Ball
ARAB FIRE CO.
IDEAL LEAGUE HALL,
New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, im
. .vv.o, .v. mitvtu Villi, DUU
B. Blake, Committee of Artaunemunts.
a m 'TixV.t. ii m t t v. ...v. t nu.k .nj
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs aud bottles.
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larg3st Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth itreet )
C'oDimerclal AveqiiH '
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. atave. Capacity eals. Price
C x. 8 1450 $24.00
6x9 1G30 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 4A.00
1 bete tanki are made of CLEAR CYPRH8S. 1.
in.1h?f.thl('k ""ely booped aud are WATbl
TIUUT. Tbey are
Shipped whole and are well braced
to prevent their being racked or broken In hand'
ling. Eatlmatea furnlahud for
Tank of any Htsie.
A. HIGG8 6c UHOa.,
817 Delord Bt., New Orleans. La.
Careate, Be-laiuea and Trade-Marka aecurttd. an
all nthflP nit.iit r.n.n. in thi. ti.iuMt .
before tbe Couru promptly and carefully attended
TJDon varelnl Afmnrinl n.li nf
Dak careful examination, and advlae aa to
(i.i' iuiiiiMy r ree 01 unarire.
FEB 8 MODERATE, .md I makaNOCnAROI
UNLK88 PATENT 18 SECURED Inlor,,tlon
adlce and apecial referi'nce aent on auiiileatloo
R. LITTKLl., Waihlniiton.b."
Hear P. 8, PaUnt OMca. ' '
AX7FT " money than at anything else
I I 111 takini? an aaitnrv fur lUm ...n:
ifewkgut. Beglnnere aucceed grant
nvu.iBn. t erm a rr.
HALLKTT BOOE CO., Portland, Main.
1 MY SECRETARY."
Miss St. Pierre Visits New Tori
and Falls Into the Hands
of a Reporter.
An Interesting Description of Herself
"Simply a Business Woman," Bent
On Making Money,
Who Her Missing Secretary Was How
He Disappeared She Believes
He Has Been Found.
New York, December 21. An article
was published hero on Friday entitled
"Tennessee's Wild Man," mentioning
Miss Maud St. Plerro as the lady In whoso
employ tho "wild man" had been previous
to his disappearance. Miss St, Pierre was
In the city yesterday on business connect
ed with tho railroad she Is building from
Anderson Station, Tenn., to her mines.
She said to a reporter:
"The report concerning Mr. Ncal, my
Secretary, and myselt Is incorrect In some
respects. There is nothing at all myste
rious about me. I am simply a business
woman. My success in business has been
surprise to many peonle. who
think a woman knows nothing of busi
ness, and on this account several stories
have been started about me. I purchased
22,000 acres of coal and mining lands iu'
Anderson and Franklin counties, Tennes
see. Sorao time ago I opened tiio mines
BUILDING A ROAD
from them to Anderson, a distance of two
miles. The Nashville & Chattanooga
KaUroad has agreed to furnish the Iron
and engines for it and will connect with
that road. I have also constructed a
solid wagon road throe miles lonar from
tho mines. Much of It Is built through
rock. I hire and pay my men personally
and am compelled to be on horseback
nearly all day, but I never carry large
6ums about me and have never made the
slightest claim to any relationship to
Myra Clark Gains. I employ fifty men
and pay them on the first of every mouth.
Mine are the only mines In the South that
produce a good quality of semi-bituminous
coal. The mines are deep and long
and the miners average ninety bushels a
day. There is
NOTHING MYSTERIOUS ABOUT ME.
I am a native of Louisiana, have been
abroad, and am in business to make
money. I am going back to my mines to
morrow; and now that I have told you
who I am, 1 will tell you about my secre
tary. Ills name is John Ncal. and he
belongs to one of the first families of Ala
bama, lie is a cousin of the late Win.
M. Love, member of Congress from Ala
bama, and is a gentlemen In every re
spect, lie was employed by me as a seo
retary and had been with mo about ono
year when he disappeared. He had been
sick lor a short time. On June 8th he
left his house at Anderson, about noon,
and went to Glen, a short distance away.
He was missed almost Immediately, and
a party started in search of him. Not
more than twenty minutes later the flow
A BUTTON HOLE BOUQUET
which be had worn were found scattered
over the rocks in Glen, bnt no other trace
could be found, although all hands turned
out and the woods and mountains for
miles about were thoroughly searched.
Parties were on the lookout for him for
weeks. The many caves in the moun
tain! were carefully gone through several
times. I used every means in my power
to find some trace of blm. Ponds were
dragged. All my men were included
in the searchers, and I hired detectives
and offered large rewards. A reward of
91,000 is still standing, and I would
gladly pay It for his recovery. I did this
simply because be was In my employ at
tho time and because of his widowed
mother, who Is almost frantic at the
loss of her son. How or why be dis
appeared I can't say. I had sent him
down to Anderson from Iluntsville,
fifty miles away, to get money from the
bank with which to pay tho men, and
it is possible that some rullians may have
known this and may have
FOLLOWED AND KILLED HIM,
but I don't know anything' about it.
There were five disappearances in six
weeks at this time, all of persons living
within a radius of fifty miles, Tho rumor
that he is found seems to be very likely
true. A number of rumors of his having
been seen have come to me from time to
time. One colored woman said sho saw
a man in ragged clothes run In and out of
a deserted church of Bennett's Cave,
which is six miles from Anderson.
Search parties went there, but no trace
of the man could be found. The woman
is quite certain It was Neal; sho knew
him well. At another time
an article la the Scotts
boro Herald stated that a man had seen
Nealwhllo hunting In the woods near
there. I believe the report that he was
found In Sweeten's Cave is correot. Tho
caves are so many and the paths in them
Intricate, that a person might easily hido
in them for a lung tlnio without being
discovered. I think he is suffering from
temporary aberration of mind. Tho story
about his having had delirium tremens is
entirely false, for ho never was uudcr tho
Influence of liquor.
Washington, D. C, December 21. A
telegram to tbe Adjuiant-Geueral of tho
army from General Stanley, commanding
the Department of Texas, reports that the
United States troops who pursued a party
supposed to be Apacho Indians, who re
ccutly raided Western Texas from Mex
ico, returned after pursuing the raiders
into the moanuius of Mexico one bun
drcd miles. The American troops se
cured some horses that were stolen, uud
the commanding ofllcer reports his belief
that the raiders wero not Indians, but
Annual Eeport of the Supervising- Ar
chitect. Washington," D. C, December 20.
Tho annual report of the Supervising
Architect of the Treasury showed that
plans for forty new building were pro
pared daring the year, in nearly all of
which work is embarrassed by Insufllcient
appropriations or Inadequate limits of
expenditure. It urgos that buildings
hereafter erected shall bo denized with
regard to the demands of tho i ar futuro
of the cities la which they are located so
Uaat they shall not be fouad inadequate.
7 the tuaotlMy are complete.
Burned to Death'aOflnety.
Pobt Jarvis, N. T., December 20, A
hanty in this village caught flro this
morulng, and Granny Degan, aged ninety,
me aoie occupant, was uuinea to a crisp.
Laxcastur, Fa., December 20. Joseph
Herzog, a grocer of this city, who recent-
Jy lulled, was arrested yesterday, charged
with forging Indorsements and obtaining
money upon nearly a hundred thousand
dollars1 worth of notes durlug tho past
leu years, xno banks loso heavily.
The Tennessee Flan.
Chattanooga. Tknn.. December 20.
A bloody riot occurred Friday night at
cnatata, a village, forty miles from here,
at a Bchool exhibition. A crowd of
drnnken roughs tried to break up tho ex.
hlbltlon, and a pitched buttle followed.
Three men wero shot; a man named
Hall received four bullet wounds ten
men were stabbed, and a number badly
Boston, Mass., December 21. Two
red-hot fights took place near hero
yesterday before about a hundred sports,
Paddy Duffy, of Boston, and James Mc
Gce, of Kast Uoston, pummeled each oth
er fiercely through two rounds, when
McGee knocked his opponent senseless.
The principals iu the second light were
Tom Collins, of this city, aud Puddv Sul
livan, of Lowell. It was a long and bitter
coniost, .uiuc advantage was gained by
either side, and in the eighth round they
were too weak to do more than muke
passes at one another. Tho referee gave
the t!f.'ht to Collins, although it was evi
dently a draw.
The Western Union Abrogates It Un
New York, December 21. Peace be
tween tho protesting New Orleans teleg
raphers and the Western Union Com
pany has been telegraphed in conse
quence of tho order of Superintendent
Merrlhew, on Thursday directing the
local New Orleans Superintendent to
employ extra men, If necessary, so that
there need be no working of operators
beyond the usual hours. The telegraph
ers protested because, although their
regular hours were from 8 a. m. to 5
p. m., they were required to work until
late at night. The telegraphers nasert
that Superintendent Merrihew's order is
a victory, although the extra hour no
tices have not been taken from any of
the office bulletin boards.
Gralna and Provision.
8ATC11DAY, DECliJLBER 20, ls4.
Cotton Stea'ly ; middling, lo'aio'.'c.
FloUU Stemly ; XXX to choice, JJ.Ou'aiKi;
Wiikat Higher; No. 2 Itetl, "8Xc; No.
Cokn finally; No. Smixod, Sf'i&Mc; No.
2 white mixed, :i'Jt
Oa Weaker; No. 2, 2iiS2.1l,'c.
Kvk Firmer ; No. 2, 47f4:.
Tobacco Finn; lu, common to cholro,
Jfi.OO'a'lU.uu; leaf, common red leaf, 17.51X0 lu.UO;
medium to t-'oud, J '.im alT.W.
Hay l'ralrio, l-UOnluiu lor prlmo to choice
new; clover mixed, i'l.Oiv lu.no lor common
to prime; pnmu iiew timothy, J'J.Sucrll.lK);
fancy, 12.&uu 13.50.
BtiTTKH steudy ; cliolro to fiinov creamery,
UrniZc; dairy, choice to fancy, :'J iic.
Koos Steady ; freli mock, 24 a :,:.
1OTATOKS yulet j demand light; Eastern
Ifose, &0c; Hurlianlc, Wjio., Northern
Fluke, 40 a-1'.' He, Vic-tor, 4Ua4.'ic; Peerless and
Mammoth I'curl, 4iu(7c; Koau, 4,'ic; Jiitr
I'oiiK Active; newmraa, $l1.ori5 11.25.
Lard Quiet; prime ntoum, ti'.'ati'Vc.
ItACON Longs, OSo ; uhorts, (ic; clear
ribs, C,Safi,'e; all packed.
Hideh (jrcen salted easier; dry steady.
Green Salted, S.c; damaged, 7c; branded,
7Xc; bulls or tit airs, Mr; part cured, 7'4c;
green, uncured, 7c; dry lllut, Hi'ic; dummied,
l.'ISc: kip uud calf-skin, 14c; bulls at hIuhn,
Vic; dry salted, 12c; dumued, luc;yluctouk,
Shkep I'klta Prime preen salted, largo
and full wooled, 50u7uc; dry do do, JotfCuc.
WHEAT Weaker; No. 2 "Hod. January,
fiOe; February, SiVa-'Ve; March, M'a
84io; April, Hi,sBjiC; May, HKttn.Nc.
C'ok.n Lower; c-hhIi, 4i.'b52l,c; Junuary,
47,c; Februury, 40c; Alarch, 4'j.,4'c; Muv,
Oats Firmer; December, 326 3Sc; Jan
uary, !W.',e; February, 33;,e ; May, 'ii le.
k:; reoruary, 25c; Jdurch, 2j:,c; Slay, 2i .'
ruin-iiiKiier; .lanunry, iid.ni; r eoruary,
$10.'JO; March, $11.0.",; May, JI 1.27','.
LAituMroniu-r; December, i!..'i7)4 ; January,
0.tJ2H ; February, J'i.'JS 1 March, Jii.mi.
Shout Kius January, JO.iX); February,
I5.U2K; March. K.70.
Live Stock Market,
Oatti.R Supply limited, and
only ordinary; ijooiI to heavy Ktccrs,
Vt.M'ao.m; lair to K"in, ;i,.'.ivii).ui); common
to medium iiiiUvch, ,1.7 j n 4.'J,'i ; lair to good
Colorado HtucrH, $J.2.Va 4.25; llxlit to uood
Ktoekern, $3.0i'ir:l.75; native cows and heifer,
JJ.2,Va3.75; milch cows and calves, ilXWrf
HoOS Market netlvc, and prices steady on
nil jrrud! mixed pucklm; ut Ji.lii'n l.'iu;
York weluhls sold fairly ueiivo ut jl.uu'a l.lu:
MiKKP Uood demand for prlmeHloek ; sup
ply moderate ; common to medium, fl.&li'n 2.2,"i;
fair to Rood, JJ.'iliail.nu; wood toclmice, J;l.2.'ni)
4.25; fancy, ji.5Uu'5.&u; lambs perluo lbs, fi.uo
Hons Itecplpts, :iit,oio; fnlrl v active nnd
firm; 6lc IiIkiht; liuht, Ji.iiii'u4.:in; romrli
packing, $.l.li0d 4. ;iu; licuvy packing uud nIi,
Catti.k Kecelpts, 2,7(H) head; slow; p.t
ports, J.ri.ft(l 11.25 ( kooiI to choice, $5.lHtd5.76;
common to fair, iM.oou Uio.
hiiKKP KecelptH, l.ouo head; unchanged;
common to Kood, fiiwu 1,25.
lll l PA I.O.
CATTLK Market dull and price n shade
lower; kooiI to choice ateers, j,i,s.Vgfl.uo; light
to medium from l,luu to l,:too pounds, $i.au'm
KiiRKP Market Btendv nnd fair tlonuind;
common to lulr, j.i.25d:i.ik); light fueders slow
ut .f;l.75't3,40; choice lieavv feeders, J4.25'4.fto;
weHtern lumtis, $.l.7,Vu l.sj; t'uuud lambs,
.in)'n j.40; all sold.
lions Slock In good tlenmnd and prices a
nlmdo higher; supply light; good to choice
Yorkers, HXi'di.w; light, do, J 4.:io ; good me
dium, $4.Wu4.4u; heuvy ends, 4..0a4.2O,
Catti.r rtoeelpt, 1,100 head; quint; ex.
ports, 5, ou iu 5.50 ; good to choice tdilpplug,
$4.r0'rfi4.W); common to lncdlum, J3.KVii4.4u;
fenders, Jll.llO'iH.OOi cows, J2.75'u;l.ft0.
Iloos llucelpts, lo.oiio heud; steady; lot
of 235 to 1115 pounds average, j3,n5'ii4,05i
inultilv, Jl.OO'rt 4.IK),
BiiUKi- Uccuipts, n.oiK) head; steady i fair
to goo J muttons, J2,5ihi3,oo.
Money and Stock Market.
AKW VOttK, I
per cent.: bur i
l-iuililo C' ut 'i."i, I
NKW lottK, December 20.-Monev 1W
silver, lo7',, tiovcrnmcui
II ;!4lil,. It'll:. A.. lO'l ...
, inn iiioi inn,, uui. in iiiain iinnct', lttrka
wiiunuorratlc; opening M lilglier at mH4
I0; ilecllulngtotk-iaiul und then rallied m
K. Ortiffon TruiuicoMtiiivtitKl at 14 X-
. ....7i.. . 7- " " 1 "
CHICAGO 0NE-PJ11CE CLOTHIXG HOUSE.
Wo arc showing a large and elegant stock of useful
HOLIDAY PBE8BNT8 in
Fino Suits fbr'Mcn, from 84.00 to 830.00
Fino Suits ibv ISoy.s, from S'6.00 to 818.00
Fino Suits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
Eicli and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of the latest .styles.
Don't fail to examine onr Kino FniliwiiiWril mul Hnml.
nauiteu ilk Susiieiulcrs. Finn
. J , - , - - - , ..... y HUM, IIU 111
hilk llaiidkereliiels, Linen lit mstitclK d Iluiidkerchiefs, Fancy
iNmht Mints, Fine and Medium Underwear, Silk' Umbrellas
with PI tin, Ivory and Silver Handles, Leather and Plush Cuff
and Collar Poxes, Fur and (Jentiine Seal-kin Caps;
New Goods and Correct Styles at
M. WEI INK It SON. Props.
Ik U Reliable d Original h Store
and Ilcadfiuaitor.- Ibr
I would fill! the. nttnitinn
w aaw M M A7 Villi J U1IU
vicinity wishing to make purchases for the Holidays -to call
and inspect my immense stock, larger than everj and at
prices to suit the times. i.
The following goods
mv assortment :
Cliinn, Rittque ami AVax Dolls of all
Knl Uody Dolls, Dressed DjIIs,
Doll lletils, Doll lioiltcs,
D ill UnUS.-H, tjHIIH S,
Stationery, Toy Books,
Slates, Fancy Work Jinxes,
Toy Wagons, Velocipedes,
Cliililicn-s, Mis-es' and L'ldiei' Willow
arid F-iiicy Chair",
Fancy Plush Comb Case?,
IJoheuiiau aud Silvered Glass Vases,
1-18 Sc ir0 Commercial Avenue,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Biid Cages, Path Tubs, Water
Apent for Adams & Wostlake Oil. Gasoline and 0ns Moves, Detroit
iSufu Co., Huniiltoi) Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Ktc, Ktc.
los. 27 & 33,
TKI,KPII()NK NO. an.
wvii. i if
Mohiimr h itini li
tfn, im Prnnc II In tluralilami'l Im,w ii it
'iy.U7Jttl NO. a Imii'Hlrnr SOUO 1(3 K,
... . .. ' -,,'. ill
1 r.v J, I'D , Oli-ll llllT HI. 'I ionw i mwi ll, I nrj .1. v.nv, uilJii in. ui nil- iu,,'., Klnllll. ,rillllr I, HPilll'" ""'
'hi .Ii- 'i I lie Imii-i nvlc Th-r wnM ni'ik. beumirul prrwnt, nJ nr l'lv nmy Iw pruud in wi-ur thmn 1?5RB
'o. ! 0'l I'X R. R.HtED 0010 PUI1 RIN 0- rlrh nnu nmlv, mid wuirnniwl t0 BHr Tor ;.ni -.-..
No. -Alva REAL ST0 -'I SIILIO 18 K. R3LUS 0010 SEAL UNO ofiUnmil puilern anil uvwomluip d.'iin.
ii"" iicini iiiiIiit l.'iilyoi oiMii. KOBliiRle piece Ilka the four nrtciesof Jewniry named
i;r'nu on luiruuuniT'i n nny more lOr
' . w"i .rn.iii.i ii... biiiiii, ,i, mi.rriirpiM'iit llli'm or
- "H Mil- prirn.il iim. ur uinrnui UHI arliri(ll JTOII U0lr, 11, RIHII, If ntfl .11 V I lii'lUTOr I'. II. OlUiT, lOKIMlU'r Willi Julll
hiI'Im", wi ntpii plnii ijr. Ifynii .nut n mug. cnrlnM 'ih nmr nnlor a imrrnw atrip nf,nit-r, ihn I'nil, tif wi.k'lijni
Ii tunnnili'l ll'.. ImifiT Hrrlrrd In III BT3 I O I'lll V1AI m INT M I.N, rill mil III. Illiinlralliill nfllie mllrl. k
i.lii'd Iu I hl inlvciiniTiii'iii, and i'iiiliTi7m with vmrmdiT. Allnrdcti i-arfOilly puckwl and utinl Uy ruall ilwuiinv
nny ii. riTtilvi'ii. ,iii,ii. ii
a llmlli'd niimliar in llil, luw pi Ire.
The nliovc .fewrlry Is nbaolnfoly KV,
rtnil rniinnt lie imrrlinaixl nt tlin Ntmi,
After It la lntrmliiri.il, we M ill lint aril liny
itli l iiamril for less than from &ito$r,
PARK MT'C CO.,
.7: j'lfcj-.-. '.rvl
k,.. '.'i,a fm ma rT"M w I. i . i ,ri bbhbm.
'TttCi. T,id I -lCJjr-kr-iJ 11 HI . M I W 1
Vn VU L I VMM 1 W h V 7
T)r. .T. A.Klioriii'in.of JM llionilwa". Nw York, fstnon for tliitp"t 3,1 vonra for lilaatrrmsfit ly msih
orl ofiiiirliiu niH.iim without iireinil iipiiiHllnn, la now at III" i illcu. Hi, L ul, w.nri Uu will ri'inaln
tniri'Dt paili'iita till 1 iu tlntb of DurcmlH'r. During troalnn nt pntlont can lahur wlttmut Intoif.ririg
with the runs mt with aHfnlv Irom slrnnitutstuit niluro. Ills tmon, with llkunnaa of bail casus before
ud utmr euro, tauiulleil for lUoiuts, lkiuiuibor, Iu bt Loilia, olllci'itiX Markntalroot.
Silk i'i-1vmu. nfivi.l'ioa in
of Hio et't7vni nf Calm ntnl
are v small part of
Cliin ml Ihi-que Ornsmetitg,
Uroi sw Figures and Ornsnicnts,
Deccru'eil Motto and Mustache Cups,
Cups nnd Skur-ors,
Child's Cups, Ssucerg and Plates,
Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets,
Handsome line of Decorated Lunipa,
Decorated Chamber Sets,
i"he l IJoxes, Albums, Scisp Hooki,
(,'i;:ar and Cian t'e Cases,
llobby Horses, Sleiphs,
Full assortnieut ol Skatts,
A?., &c , Jtr.
and Agate "Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
nil... r r " ni .,u jJZltfti .r
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