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TttE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 2 1884.
Notices In thli tola mn tares line or lee & cents
Onetneertloa or $1.00 pet week.
New Horn Sewing Machine right from the fee
ler, MM price $,111 for W. K. A. Burntt,
Hayd.ck Jump euat aurray. Hit price $.'45, new,
tend joh, fur 1,V). Inquire of B. A , Hiinu'tt,
Haydock l'beotnn, new. llet price ,, for 1 1 '!'.
I quire of K. A. Burnett, llulletln Offlc,
VOH HUNT That flnerealdvDce properly corner
-T iiolbrook Arenue end iilrcl Hlrout, known a. the
Cnhl Place. Hen! low to a good tenant. Alao tho
store room aud baiumont on Lpvee at., below Hi h
at., recently occupied by N. H. Thl.llewnod t Bro,
M. J. IIowi.it, Agent.
At Auction Valuable Real Eat a to
At the front door of the Cjurt Ilouao, In Cairo,
Ilia., at si'. M.,on
WEDNESDAY the lt DAY of OCTOBER, 18H4.
I will otto fur rate to the hlgheat bidder, tho (nl
lowing, vry desirable property, via: Brick h ne
and lot 84x100 feet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Brewery, bl.k !. Dwelling hiilixe and lota lib,
44 and 85, block 80. tilth atrenl Dwulllntt boitau
and lot .11 and 12. block 7!t, Centre atreut. Lola
tand8. block 46. let addlllo , Poplar at reel; lot
14, block IS, 11 addition, ti.'ar the New York atore;
lot 82, lock 81, U'tu atruet,
Taia lever? rieHlrahle prupeitv, alluated In the
biidlnc"" ceiitrva of the city, and now Hint It la cer
tain Cairo will epecdily Dt cuine a itrral railroad
and commnrclal city, preaenta an opioituuily for
luvuotmeut not likely to occur attain.
TKKMS H caah, bal. 8 and ll month a aeenred
with 8 per cent Interest, or 8 per cuut off lor cash
for runner iniormauou inquire or
O. 8. PIDUKON.
M. J. IIOWLEY, Agont.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Will Perco is at work in tint Illinois
Ccntrnl office hgnn.
M. P. M. Join's, County (-'link of John
sou county, ouil nltMidiiif! citizm of Vlcium,
iliud lust Saturday.
Fn-hli OystiTS st Jou Hleitnalii's saloon
and restaurant, corner bixth and comnutr
cial, . tf.
Dr. C. W. Jocclyn canto down Run
day and msdo a round among hi old
Piano tor Bale, pneo $75. Apply to
Mrs. Rodman, 8lli Ht., near Barclay's drtit;
A sociable is planum! by tho Indies of
tlie Presbyterian church, at tliu rt'sidi'iico
of Mr. Ilonry Wells, ono day this week.
Tho runvr that Mr. II. Elliott would
remove his stcVo from where it now is to
the WardDcr building, is uot correct.
The base ball association had six or
eight men at work on tho grounds yester
day, digging post holes and clearing weeds,
Mr. Henry Davis, of this city and Miss
Kittie EndroBB, ot Paducah, were joined in
inarriago by Rev. Scarrott in this city lust
Capt. Bud Smedley will take tho gov
ernment steamer, Pearl, in cliargu to-day,
and will run her between Plum Point and
the rock quarries.
Mr. McAlpine, the Eighth street shoe
maker, was out again yesterday. Ho had a
vory serious spell and shows proofs of it in
his pallid aud emaciated countenance.
Mr. Jno. Thistlewaod rottirnod Sunday
from a prairie chicken hunt at Ratoul,
near Champaign. lie was gone about a
week, and brought homo a largo coop full
of tho gnnio.
Dr. Slado was taken seriously ill yes
terday afternoon. He was taken with a
violent spasm at ono time, which alarmed
those around them, and Dr. Parker was
sent for to give him medical aid.
The Anchor Line company has issued
and circulated very attractive maps, show
ing tha Exposition Building at St. Louis,
the great bridgo, the elevator, merchant's
exchange, court house, custom bouse, and
a view of tho levee and river.
Hon. V. E. Albright tamo down yes
terday on his way to Mound City where
he opened tho Pulaski county campaign
last night. Tho steamer Three States
made a trip up there, starting from here
about 7:30 o'clock with several hundred
Argus: The young man who was in
the city latst week hunting his mother,
from whom he was separated during the
war wheu a child, at this place, is told
hereby that he will probably tlnd her resi
ding at Creal Springs, in tho persou of Mrs.
TheOerman club of Springfield had
at its last meeting an enrollment of four
hundred and six Dames and new ones liavs
been added since. The club has determined
to call itself the Deutsche Demokratischo
club von Springfield, and havciuvited Carl
Schurz and Gen. Seigel to address it at an
Mr. Clarence M. Ellis returned to his
duties with the Cairo City Coal Company
Sunday evoniug, after having been away
on pleasure for some three weeks. During
hit absence he visited St. Louis, Chicago
and the lake, Eeokuck, Iowa, as well as
several small towns in the upper portion
of this State, whore he has a number of
Street Superintendent Uogan has had
force of men at work on the city pumps
for severti rjayg p, Tbe court-house
pump was raised to a leavel with the newly
filled street; the old wooden box which
was fifteen feet deep wag taken out and
Jhe cavity was lined with brick. The men
are now engagod on Tenth Street pump,
d Wring up the old woodeu box, which in
t this case, it about seventeen feet deep.
The pipe ia bunted about a foot below
thli and must be replaced with a new one.
Tb cavit will also be built up w;th brick
aad after this the Tenth Street scale will
'. b in order.
The card of Henry Haicnjagor appears
in our advertising columns to-day. Mr.
Uaseujager is an active, wide awake busi
ness man, thoroughly acquainted with the
enterprise ho is managing, and will during
the coming season give an impetus to hl
trade that will be felt. His customers will
always find hi in prompt and tollable and a
pleasant gentleman to deal with.
A negro was held to bail yesterday for
having stolcu soma chickens from C. J.
Corlis' livery stablo. The tliier tried to sell
the chickens to Allie Winter Saturday
night, but Allie recognized the chickens by
their red wings aud when ho guvo voice
to his suspicions tho negro dropped tho
chickens and made a break for liberty.
But he was captured after a lively chase
and now languishes in jail.
Although tho Ecklords, of Paducah,
pressed several noted professional players
into their service, in order to beat an ama
teur club of Memphis, yet the aniuteurea
got away with tliem Sunday by a score ol
11 to 10. ProfessMUrtlh must be very reck
less, it seems to in, to risk their reputations
with every little upstart club that may ap
ply to them for a "booat" in a contest with
some other juvenile organization.
It is currently reported, and wo might
say believed, in EvaiiHVillo that diet Brad
ly is about to make his homo in that city,
he having perfected arrangements for the
purchase of the Appoilo Tbeaire. lirtdly
wilt make a good theatre instill ;er atnl pro
prietor, nnd tlie Appi l!o ih l'"oi pppi:riy
that eau be ".linuiuc,!" ail tin: h y.m'!i;
bul neverlln lens bin tin or fit sen tli.'-.irl
friend will ltd that it is n cold da foi
Cairo win n he shakes the luM ol lo t
streets from his leet. It is now in or h i
for a committee of citizens to call on him,
&c, &c, etc.
On the Glh instant the RrpuHlicanH ol
this county will hold a convention at the
coiitt house in this eily, for the purpose of
detcimintng tho question of making nomi
nations for county officers, Circuit ( letk,
County Commissioner, Corotior and State's
Attorney. It is understood that Henry
Wolls, ho of tho custom house, is making
strong efforts for the nomination for State's
Attorney, but for tho other offices no one
has contended us yet openly. However,
there is a strong sentiment in the party
against party nominations for local offices,
and it is possible, not to say probable, that
this sentiment will prevail in the conven
tion on the Otli, in which case the best men
will win, as heretofore.
Workingmcn Correcting Gen
From tho New York Dial, Annual '!).
A delegation ol Woikingtnen, composed
of II. A. Thompson, President of tho Car
Drivers' Union; J. J. Cavanitiigh, President
of tho Engineer's Union ; B. M. Aboil, Pres
ident of the Brass Workers' Union ; A. A.
Carsey, President, and R. 0. Feirier, Secre
tary of tho Independent Labor Party,called
on tho National Democratic Committee to
day aud presented the following statement
in answer to the assertions made by Gener
al Butler iu his letter of acceptance:
''We desire to correct tho statement
mado by General Butler in bis letter of ac
ceptance, that tho National Democratic
Convention at Chicago, refused to insert
in their platform a single demand of the
workingmcn, iu a plank in the interest of
labor. It may be truo that the committee
on resolutions refused to bo governed or
dictated to by General Butler, but it is not
truo that they refused to listen to or grant
the requests of tho workingmcn, for the
committee on resolutions granted a hearing
to three different committees of working
imn one from the National Labor Party,
another Irotn t'te Federate 1 Trades' Unions
ami a third committee of New York work
ingmcn. The committic on resolutions
listened to their arguments and inserted in
the Democratic platform every measure de
manded by those bona tide representative
"Wo also wish to coreect the misstate
ment that Governor Cl. v land has failed to
carry out the pledges made in the platform
of 1882, but the opposite is the case, for ev
ery measure demanded by the workingmcn
has been granted, despito tho active and
eurnest opposition of the Republican Legis
lature of this State, and that by and thro'
his efforts more has been granted to tho
workingmcn in the way of practical legis
lation, and more hs been accomplished for
his benefit than has been done by all the
labor unions or political patties of these
United States from the Declaration of In
dependence until this day.
"Every measure asked for by the Anti
Monopoly Legue and the Labor purty of
this State as inserted in tho Democratic
platform in 1882, has been granted, and
Orviver Cleveland and the Democratic party
of this state can houcstly claim tho merit of
inaugurating all the measures that hnvo
been taken up by other Stato Legislatures,
and passed, to the great benefit of tho work
ing classes and incorporated in the national
platforms f the Democratic and Republi
can parties. As tho great outcry made
over the vetoes of the "Five Cent Fare
Bill," the "Mechanic's Lien Bill," and the
"Car Drivers' Bill," it is sufficient to say
that not one of those bills were prepared or
presented to the Legislature by a working
man or by a labor organization, but were
measures by and in the interests of middle
men and speculators, and for the benefit of
the wealthy, and were not asked for or de
sired by the working classes. .
WORKINGMEN IN LINE.
Orand and ImpoBlnjr Labor Demon
etratlon Throo-Quartora of
an Hour Long.
An Animated and Oraphio Representation
of the Modes of Bread-Winning
Upon the Publio Streets.
Ten Thousand Men In Line Pleasant
Ending of a Momentous
Nkw York, September 1. Had a holi
day been ordered for the express purpose,
It could not havo boou more luvorablo
for tho grand labor demonstratlou. Long
before the hour announced tho thorough
fures through which It was. to pass wero
thronged wlta cagor mid expectant
crowds, till tho sidewalks wero almost
' Exactly at ten o'clock tho hoad ol the
line, preceded by a sqaud of police, com
menced to niovo down Ceutro street,
above Canal, and as it advanced other
dlvlaaonadrawaupin Canal and Whlto
streets foil In. It took thrco-quartora of
an hour for tho procession to puss a
A noticeable feature was tho prefer
ence given to boycotting banners, the
name of a daily paper, and several ol its
adverting patrons being blazoned forth.
The typographical uoioua were led by a
wugou, In which were stands, cases and
prottsj clrcu ars were struck off and
thrown broadcast as tho procession ad
vanced. The hoisting hod-carriers 4uid
an engine at work.
Every division had a brass baud or
drum-corps. Tho bricklayers wore
aprons. Each organization was distin
guished by some peculiar piece of work
Tho head of tho column reachod Unlou
Square at 11:20 o'clock. Robert lllissart,
John Swlniou, Henry George, Patrick
lord, Alex Jonas, P.J. Met, ulre, Louis
Post, Dr. Stelbllng, II. O. Cole, Dr. Doual,
Victor Drun, Seageauts Blair aud Wostor
velt, and half a dozen olllcers, besides
artists from plctoral journal, rosters
and a number of ladles filled the grand
stand. From tho stand tho gaite encoun
tered a sea of hoads. Broadway was lm
passablo. The prlntors attracted mow attention
than any other body In tho procession.
1'robably 2,000 turned out. It Is es
tl mated that there wore too thousand
)uen In lino, and that tho spectators num
bered 40,000. After tho tirade was dis
missed the men flnlshod the holiday at
tho Empire Coliseum and Washington
Park In games, dancing, etc The
demonstration appeared to have no
Handicraft on Wheels.
New Yokk, September 1. There waa
an cxtcnslvo display of trade handicraft
Wi wheels In tho labor parade yesterday.
The tailors mado garment on
wheels; tho cigar-makers roilod up
Uiore or fees aosiruoio specimens ot
tho weed by tho score and tossod
thom into tho crowd as gratuitously os
circus circulars; tho 'ass-blowers bent
over llamiug jets on wojrons as assidu
ously as though laboring In their dingy
shops; bakors planted loaves ot crispy
bread before the eyes of a hungry multi
tude; stone-cutters hammered away in
dustriously with mallet aud chisel, and
'butchers with long keen edged
knives carvod steaks off huge
joints of Chicago dressed beef.
The line of march was down Contro
street to Printing House Square, thence
to Park Row; to Mall street; to Broad
way; to Fourteenth street; to Seven
teenth street, to Fifth avenue; to
Twcnty-llfth street. There the line was
dismissed and the men took their fami
lies to a picnic at Washington Park.
Atnlcuc games formed a part of the
National Convention of Knig-hti of
1'iiiLADALrniA, Ta., Septembor 1. A
largo number of delegates to the Knights
of Labor National Convention arrived
last night, and another batch of repre
sentatives also put iu an appearance,
this morning. At ten o'clock Grand Mas
ter Workman Powderly called the Con
vention to order, but tho actual work
will not begin uutil to-morrow, and It Is
anticipated an adjournment will be ef
fected by Thursday. Tncro will be no
contest over the election of officers. T. O.
Powderly will be re-elected Grand Mas
ter Workman, and Fred Turner, of this
city, Secretary, at a salary of $1,200 a
year. The Convention is n t a large one,
as many of tho distant assemblies enti
tled to representation have agreed to
stand by the action ol the Convention.
Fulling- the Swells.
Nbw York, September 1. Lawrence
E. Myers and Henry Fredericks, the ama
teur athletos who returned yesterday
from Europe, were arrested last evening
at Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue
by Policeman Fay. The champions pro
tested against the summary proceedings
of Fay, who took them away without any
WflrntniT. anrl Inrl tt,.. . in. ,h. .vw
eyes oi mo nun street swells to the sta'
tlon-hou.se. To Sergeant Westervelt they
pleaded that they had only been skylark
ing, but Fay Insisted that tbey were fight
ing, and they wero locked up for disor
Will Not Soarp Tnexuekres.
New York, September 1. It waxx
pected that tho Wabash BaUroad woafel
to-day become opcn-ecalpeoaof their own
tickets, to moat the boycotting brokers.
At the office ot tbo ttjtTrparrrR wasststsd
they had not dotM so, and tint tfcfcats
cooM be rMTCtuwed-oDly mttOHtOeatA
the trunk Unco.
roportod bre that 200 tutting rnkracs-ot
Warrior cool mtaa, tweK miles tsm
here, hadibadon Urn recettagnnp
Italian mwet WBtafftea c4tnrrTlLB
Foutubd, Odeb Sqtealt.aiKk
leg israported to be raging among tbs
cattla In Omooo wHh grab afcAuuiJ
London, Soptombor 1. The German
ship Marco Polo, Cupula Kllnkenberg,
from Bremen for New York, struck rock
off Fair Isle, Scotland, and immediately
broke up. Partof the crew were rescued,
but were almost dead from exhaustion.
London, Semptember 1. A prlvato
dispatch from Tie-Tsln says China Is not
disheartened. Tho Government Issued
an edict encouraging tho troops to light,
and warning local authorities every where
to protect non-combatant Frenchmen.
St. PKTEitfluuKO, September 1. Twenty-eight
of tho antl-Jewlsh rioters at
Dubrovltzr, In Western Russia, have been
Wada Hai.fa, September 1. The latest
from General Gordon bears tho date of
June 15. It Bays that Khartoum cau hold
out till the middle of November.
London, September 1. Anxiety for
crops Is Increasing In India, on account
of tho continued drought.
Alicante, September 1. It Is feared
that cholera has appeared hero. Two
suspicious deaths occurred In a family
.which recently came from Algiers.
Three others of tho family uro 111.
Tell It to Teller.
Helena, Mont., September 1. Gover
nor Crosby has again telegraphed Secre
tary Teller that tho agents appointed to
Investigate the condition of the Plegan
Indians at the Blackfcct Agency report
that they are slowly wastiug away from
starvation, and that deaths average ono
per day. As Governor, aud iu the name
Of the people, of humaulty and of justice,
be protests against the Nation's wards
bclug kept In such a pitiable aud starving
Betsy's First Vote A Woman Elected.
Johnstown, N. Y., September 1. Mrs.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton cast her first
vote at tho school election hero to-day,
Hho hitherto having resided iu New Jer
sey, prlur to tho passage of tho woman
suffrage law. Eighteen other ladies
Voted, and a lady was elected trustee.
Assumed the Management.
Omaha, Neb., September 1. S. R.
Calloway, ex-General Manager of tho Chi
cago Grand Trunk, arrived here this
morning, and at once assumed the duties
of Vice-President and General Manager
of the Union Pacific, lie was accorded
ti hearty welcome.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, 8EPTEMBEK 1, 1884,
Cotton Steady; mtrtdlinir. lOailSn.
FLOCR-Bteiidy; XXitocdoico, 12.55 $3.50;
WriBAT-Stfttdy: No. 2 Hod, Bl&iasic;
No. 8 Hed. 71m,7;io.
Coiim Steady; No. 2 mixed. iS3,io; No.
S white mtxocl, 4S450c.
Oats HtoHdy: No. a. S'i27Q.
Kvk Nominal; No. 2. fiOJio.
Tobacco- irm; ixifca; common to choice
fl.OOdiiU.0U; lour; common red loaf, $7.50(44
W.OU! iiitMllum to rood !'.0tXiS17.OO.
Hav Prulrio S.OUlt.0O tor prime to cuolco
new; etovor mixed. fmiO tor common u
prime: choice now timothy, f U.CKM12.U0; i'uu
BOTTsii Firmor: choice to tancy rreamery
302Jo: diury, choice to tancy, 1817o; low
Boas-Active; fresh stock, la&lS'io per
Potatoes Quiet, at 3540o per bushel
Pork Utoady; new moss, aiu.oo.
JLahd Quiet; prime steam. 1&V,e.
Baoon Long, lie; shorts, ll!illc:
clear ribs, llfeo, all packed.
Wool Tub-washed, chotoo, Sfta-TOHo: fair,
VKHlSDoi dluiry and low avaiO, Unwashed
Choice medium, 212Sc; good average medium
194Mo; selected llKht One 8lUo; trood av
erage, WbbWo; heavy 1431tio: oomblnir.
blood, ZKitstot comblnir, low srados. Hli41'.)o.
Hidbs Uutet; dry thai, US4o: damaged,
12Hc: buus or stairs. lOo; dry salted,
12o; dry salted, damaged. lOo: kip and
calf, salted, so; damaged, svio; tmus and
tags, 6Xo; green, uneured, 7 ho; damaged,
Sheep Pelts Weak; green. 75a85o; dry
do, 4075o., as to amount and quality or wool;
green shearlings, 15a20u; dry do, 10t$16o;
green lamb skins, SXKtfioo.
Wheat Higher; No. 2 lted, September,
91Hc; October, 92c November, l4?80;
Corn Steady; September, 02c; Ottober,
(Uc; November, 60o.
Oats Weaker; August, $!c; Oetober,
32c; November, XJo.
Wheat Firmer; September, TOO'-'Oc;
October, 81ftHl3ic; November, 83Ksl?ie;
Corn Higher; September. 52!ie; Oetober,
WHo; Novomber. 40'te; year, Ue; May,
Oats Steady; Sentomber, 25?e; October,
2Ho; year. 25Ho; Mav. Htllic.
Pork Higher Septembor, $10; October.
$19; year, f Li.40.
Lard Lower; Sentomber, $7.65; October,
17.65; November, $7,112'; December, $7.5.
Short Kibs September, $W.a6; October,
Live Btook markets.
Cattle Receipts, 8,200; exports,
6.00; good to
fair, $4.2idi5. SO; Texans,
600; common to good,
moos Hooelptfl, P.OOO;
active and firm;
6 to lOq higher; light $5.8(.il.60; rough pack
mg, o.isi..iu; ueavy pacKing
'.attle Receipts, 1,300; Blow and weak;
native stocrs l.aK) to 1.M0 pounds average,
9&.wm.90; do 50 to 1,100 pounds average,
$4.8U36.:M; stockors and fcoders, $a.50tt4.50;
oows, $2.60&).75; grass Texas steers, U.lOii
HOQS Eocelpts, 4,000; weak and 60
tower; lots of 200 to 275 pounds average at
5.so6.10; mainly at $5.95460.00.
Shkrp Receipt, 895; quiet; $333.60 for
fair to good muttons.
! Cattle Markot steady and firm for shin
pinf steers; Ohio stAers from 1,200 to 1,400
pounds at tHbQM; Illinois steers 9S0
pounds at tXi0; sheen and lambs: lambs
castor, and not quotably lower.
8 tap Unchanged.
Bos Market quiet and stdy: corn-fed
taadium to fair Yorker, $6.2Sw.ifl; butch
ass' grades, $4.40(36.50; good to choice
Honey and Stock Market.
Naw York, Soptombor 1. Money 2 per
onC exohango quiet; Governments Arm;
ODsreaoy 6's, 127 bid; 4's, coupon, 1M
bid; 4K', 112 bid. The stook markot
opened steady at about Saturday's prioes.
AJoiosft Immediately the room traders and
atatoes raided the list, causing a decline of
U toUt par oant. Hut few prominent ocra-i
toa on the bull side were in the market, and)
ana bears met with little opposition in thahr
raid. At the time of writing tho market ia
Mland featureless. j
WM. LUDW1G i CO.,
Harness, Paddles, & Horse Equipments Generally
ALSO CAWUES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS POJt THE NOVELTY TRUNK
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Li tie of Business. Examine goods and pri
ces Leloro purclmsiug elsewhere. Tho largest stock in the city at 123 Commercial Avi
"Wm. Ltulwier & Co.
Japanned Uerlin and .Agate Ware,
Binl Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers
Affeiit for Adiiiiis & Wcstlaki: Oil. Gasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton stool Plows, Chillod 1'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Coi n Sliellers. Flantors, I to., Etc. :
WAS 97 & W Kitrltth Street,
lUb. Li IV 00, CAIRO. 111.
TKLEPHONK NO. UO.
Leaders in JLow Prices:
MEN'S & BOYS'
c JacL a-
136 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
130 & 108 Com'l Ave.
have a full And complete line1 of
Line'.: (jowls, rustors, Notions, Etc.
A heavy Block l Body Kruasela, Taper
tries and locraln
A full stuck of Oil Cloths, all bIeob and prices.
All (iond tit Hot torn Pricesl
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mado to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
QAlUO. - ILL
Kopalrinfc neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Bank, 8th St.
Culro, III. ;,
tClood Block and Prices Raaionable.J
! 1 Ja
Dealers in All Kinds of-
m E. INCE,
Maonfactarer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Com'l Avo. and Levee.
, OAUW ILLINOIS
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMTJMTION.
Safea Kesalred. All Blnda ol Keys M.ds.
M. B. SMITH.
I I ' ' : .
IHBiar a. amiw
Grand Central Store.
N"EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THH2 CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY0LOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nit.eteenth street 1 Po?ha Til
CoDimerclal ATanna f VOUO, 111