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THK DAILY 0A1K0 UULLKTIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4 1884.
' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Notices ti this oolniBB laree Hoes or less 8S cents
' onetnaertloa or f 1.00 per week.
New Home Sowing MacMne right from the fao
. y 7u? price 150 for 3. K A. Burnett.
navdck Jump-seat lorroy, list price $-M5, new,
geod Job, for t'5- inquire of K. A. unman
Baydock Phaeton. nw. lut price f-W, for $145.
Inquire oft. A. Burnett, UuUotln Office .
1?0K BNT That flat renidence property corner
' Holbr.ok Avenue end lrd Wlreet, known the
Cuhl PUce. Kent low 10 e good tenant. AIo the
elore room tud basement on Leoe et., below Btn
et., r.scentlv occupied by N. B. Thttlewod & Uro,
M. J. Howi.it, Agent.
At Auction Valuable Eeal Estate
At the front door of the Ciurt Uoum, In Celro,
lilt., atllP. M.,on
WEDNESDAY the lit DAY of OCTOBER, 1BH4.
I will oiler fur sale to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing, wry deiimbla propsny, via : Brick b xne
ud lot 841100 feet, Wei-htngton avenue, adjoining
Brewery, blck M. Dwelling boiimi anrt loll M,
SlaudW, block 80, Mb street Dwelling home
and lot .11 end U. block 7t, Centre treot. Lota
ud 8. block 411. lt aildillo ., Popler "truetj lot
14, block IS, lt ridltlou, near the New York aiorej
M ..nw'k a I. l Jth etrcot.
THie li vert desirable propmty, eltuated In the
builncm ceutrei of the city, and now that It In cer
tain film will BDeudllv become a great railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoituulty for
Invwatmitnt notlllcAlv to occur Bialn.
TKKMS cash, bal. and U month secured
with 8 per cent Interest, or S per cent oft lor earth
ror runner miormaiion miliar, oi
O. 8. I'IDQEON .
M. J. HOW1.EY, Agent.
Benefit of the Presbyterian M
At the Residence of Mr. Henry Well,
Thursday Evening, Sept. 4th.
Tho Public are cordially invited.
Admission S3 5 Cents.
'.iENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Local on third page.
Mr. Max Ilyman returned yesterday
from his eastern trip
Mr. P. J. Thistlewond has moved into
li is new house to stay.
Mr. Joseph Freeman, on Twenty
ninth and Sycamore streets, is very nick.
Fresh Oysters at Joo Steagalu's saloon
raid restaurant, corner Hixth and commer
Jack Jones Is in need of another trip
for his health. He has been yery sick
aain of late and lootys bad.
Mrs. Max Ilyman, Mrs. James and
Miss Emma James returned Tuesday from
a two weeks' visit to Milwaukee and Chi
cigo. Hon. J. M. Lansdnn is iu Joneaburu,
tiking depositories in an important Uw
The Butler scandal is out at last : The
actress kissed him on top of the head, nnd
lie kiaesd her back.
Hon. D. T. Liuegai returned yesterday
from Chicago, where he addressed an im
mense audience several days af,'o. mmmmmmm
'Steamer Ella Kimbrou;h will leave
St. Louis for Memphis and all way land
ing on Saturday, Sept. 0, end arrive at
Cairo Monday morning. tf
Tho Presbyterian ladiea will give their
social to-night, at tho residence of Mr.
A flnene ol dress goods, of the latest
patterns and at reasonable price, at Oold
stine & Roseuwater's. 4t
Avery was taken to Johnson county
yesterday to be examined and held to bail.
Sheriff Whittaker and deputy cuinu down
here after him.
" Carpets, mattings, oil cloths, mats,
ttc, in great variety and of the latest
ttyles, at Qoldstide & Kosenwattr's. 4t
Our accommodating City Cleik made
the rounds among the city otUcials yester
day and delivered to them vouchers for
their monthly pay allowed by the City
Council the eight before.
Mr. A. T. DeBaun threw his new res
taurant open to the public yesterday, and
henceforth Cairo can boast of as elegant a
restaurant as there is in this section of the
; , A largo new slock of dry goods, no
lions, carpets, matting, etc., has just been
opened for public inspection at Goldstice
& Rosenwater's. 4t
A young Scotchman named J. T. Ross
Smith, who has been employed id the jot
rooms of Mr. E. E. Ellis for several weeks,
was taken sick with congestive chills yes
teruay, ana was believed to be in a very
, critical state last evening.
Mrs. Gibbs, County Superintendent,
will bold an examination in the High
School building on Thursday and Friday,
October 1st and 2nd, for the accommoda
tion of such teachers as may wish to be
examined for certificates.
A larijo uumber of young people gath
ered at Temperance Hall last night to give
Miss Mary, daughter of Judge D. J. Bakar,
a farewell party before her departure for
' :, achool. Good music and dancing were the
order of half the night, and the party broke
up In Happiest mood.
" The boys ef the Cairo Cornet Band
were out on a little serenading tour Tuesday
r? i night, ,, The first beneficiary was Mr. Ed
' ' -' Detonia, who had long been one of them
and one of the founders of the band. They
. also presented Mr. D. with a beautiful
: rttcb charm aa a token of their esteem.
I-c.Ctortr's residence was also visited "by
The Prohibition convention of this
Congressional district met at Anna yestor
dy,for the purpose of selecting a candidate
for Congress. The most prominent names
before the convention wero aaid to be those
of Mr. Bano, of Vienna, Johnson county,
and Mr. Popo. It is probable that one of
these was selected.
Tho Cairo Cornet Band will go to
Mound City on a pleasure trip to-night
and give the people up there a taste of
rare music. The boys might he induced
to resume their regular weekly serenades
here, if the Tenth street stand wero furnish
ed with light acd tho dust kept down,
Sergeant Emery's signal service report
for last mouth shows the following inter
esting details: Highest temperature, 00, on
the 38th and 29th; lowest, 57, on the tOth;
greatest daily range, 22.4, on tho 20th;
least, 7.8, on the liiih; monn daily ianf,''
10.2. Total movement of wind, 4,122
miles; highest velocity, 32 mil is per hur.
Number of days on which rain fell, dur
ing the houis given in tho diiily iepi Tlx, 4 ;
total oi'mrh rainfall, 2.74 inches.
Last Saturday night a brace of threo
negro roughs, mimed Alex Williams, Lee
Urant, and Wes Hardin, brutally beat
another negro named James Puiieh, in
ouo of tho waro homes dnwn town. They
all pleaded guilty in tho police courts iitul
were lined; hut it turns out now that their
offense is of a nature that seems to re
quire the notice of tho grand jury, for their
victim is iu a drplorahlo state, having been
helplessly abed and under medical treat
ment ever since. What the cause of tho row
was Is a mys'ery mid it doesn't muku much
difference. Tho fact that three jumped on
to one and bent him and stamped him in
an outrageous manner can not be initigatd
even by any provocation, much less justi
fied. Besides, this is not the first time this
brsce of roughs have cmne lieforethe pub
lic In this mnnncr.
Paduciih News: "A tiegio man who
is confini d in the county jil t Wickliffe,
Ballard county, charged with malicious
shooting, Saturday night attempted to
murder Juiler L. M. Billington. Ho as
saulted Mr. Billington with a razor nnd
cut him up pretty badly, mllicting hnlf a
dozen wounds on his arms, sides and in
the groin. Mr. B. was able to savo his
life by knocking tho negro down. Tho
malic'oUB bird, it is learned, was displeas
ed with tho jailor for liaml-eufflng l.im
some weeks ago for misconduct. In some
unknown way he managed to brenk hia
hand-cuffs and getting the razor, and when
out to supper made the assault. After sup
pressing tho negro Jailer l!illin;;ton took
him to a blacksmith shop nnd had irons
rivitcd on him that ho ennnot break and
the fellow now languishes in his heavy jew
elry won hy his own murderous conduct.
Mr. Billington's wounds are uot dutigerotiH.
--The Republican club met Tuesday
night at tho Temperance Reform hall on
Eighth street. Mr. D.iniel McCartney oc
cupied the chair and Mr. Charles Bti9cli
acted as secretary. About one hundred aru
said to have been present. The chief mat
ter considered was the s.liction of uni
forms, and they will consist of a light col
ored cap, red, white or blue capos, and
torches. It was resolved to meet every
Wednesday night at Temperance Hall.
The orators of tho evening were two colored
gentlemen, one of them Dr. Walton. Mr.
Henry Wells, of tho custom house, was
also called upon for a speech, but he ex
cused himself on the grounds of having
sore eyes and uot being able to see what
to talk about.
Yesterdd) a young man named Fen-
cuercame down from Ashley, Ills., to learn
something about a brother of his who,
about a week before, had lelt homo to
come down here ami purchase a team, and
had Bince been lost to his relatives at Ash
ley. Nothing certain was learned of tno
young man. But Oflker Mahanney had
seen two young fellows about a week ago
wandering about tho city loosely. With
tho natural instinct of a good officer, ho in
quired ab ut them and learned that they
were from Ashley, one of them being the
eon of a brother of Mr. G. M. Alden. Both
these young men loft here without inform
ing anyone particularly whero they were
Tice for September: 1st to 4th, cloudy
weather attended with local storms; 5th nud
6tl, clear or fair; 7th to 10th, threatening
weather with local storms; 11th and 12th,
clear or fair; 13th to 10th, cloudy and
threatening weather, with sporadic rain-.
storms; 17th and 18th, clear or fair; 19th to
22d, cloudy weather, with heavy storms
about the2lst;23d and 24th, clear or fair,
frost about 23d; 25th to 28th, storm center
will pass across continent, with heavy rains
about 28th; 20th and 30th, clear or fair.
The warmer days will bo about 3d, 0th,
ICth, 21st and 20th. Tho cooler days will
be about 5tb, 11th, 17th, 23d and 20th.
Tropical hurricanes frequently sweep in
upon the continent in September. One is
liable about 22d. Tho earthquake period
though nearly expended, will bo likely to
revive somewhat near tho equinoT. They
may occur about 2d, 11th, 20th and 25th.
Frost is likely to occur after every heavy
storm during this month, or at the approach
of a hurricane, say, two days in advance of
arrival. Every hurricane causoi a down
flow (high barometei) upon the land in ita
front, which sinka the temperature to low
aa to produce frosts of more or less aever-
A SENSATIONAL TELEGRAM.
Statements Calculated to Throw
Diacrodit Upon tho Arctlo
They Are Promptly Denounced by Sergeant
Brainard ns Without the Slightest
Foundation in Fact.
Miss Buck's Change of Heart She Didn't
Want Forty DollaW Worth of In
formation About Her Brother.
Ci.kveu.nd, O., September 3A
tnomlng papor has a spcclul from
Washington, which contains a very se
rious reflection on Lieutenant Urecly
hnd Sergeant Brainard, ot tho Arctic
expedition. The telegram is based on an
alleged Interview with a 'prominent
hrmy ollklal" who clulmcd that general
thieving of rations had been going on
(uuong members of tho party, as dlurtes
iif tho men now In possession ot tho
War Department showed. Tho officer
hlso stated that Brainard, on going on
board tho relief steamer Bear, told or
admitted stories of flesh eatlug. On be
ing asked nbout It liralnard replied,
VOh, I could eat the d d stuff aud di-
i;cst it, but others couldn't." Another
cniark alleged to havo slipped from
Braiuttrd'B lips was In regard to tho ab
Hcnco of Dr. l'avy's body, and was:
''lie's all gone; 1 llnlshcd tho last ot him
Just before you arrived."
This la the substance oi the dispatch.
Sergeant Brainard, Sergeant Long and
Maurice Connoll arc In Cleveland at the
Museum. All wero seen Tuesday. Brain
iird, wnc- Is an intelligent appearing
teoung man, said: "I want to say just
pis, that thoHO statements attributed to
tne are Infamous lies, and tho man who is
authority for them Is nothing more than
u meddlesome, envious otllclal, 1 don't
caro who he Is. Ho lies when ho says I
pvor said such things." Sergeant Bralo
hrd Buld the report of his having quar
reled with Sergeant Long was false.
They ulcpt togothcr. In regard to exam
lulng the bodies lor cvldcuco of cannibal!
Ism, Brainard said it was all done to gain
a llttlo notoriety. Ho said Miss Buck was
Vnrv nnvlniiu In llllvfl llelirv'n bodv CX-
burned until sho fouud it would costforty
tlollars, whon sho lost all Interest iu tho
nffalr. Brainard Is ready to go on an
other expedition In search ot tho North
l'olo at any time.
II A IT V AVAII LEE.
Ba Oete An Amerloan Wife and Wantc
to be a Citlaan.
Cleveland, O., Septembor 8. Yester
day afternoon Wuh Lee You, a Chlncso
laundryman of this city, was married to
a Gorman-American girl of good parent
age, nnd of rather prcpossosslng appear
ance. The bridegroom Is an intolligeut
and fine looking man. Tho happy
couplo walked sovcral squares to Wuh
Lee's place ot buslnoss, followed
by a crowd ol hooting hoodfuius.
Tho bridegroom took out Ms first
naturalization papers In Sandusky in
1880, two years before tho onactmoutof
Congress lorbidding the naturalization
bf Chinese subjocts in this country. Ho
now makes application for full papers of
citizenship, and should his request bora
1 used by the l'robate Court, ho will apply
for a writ of mandamus from the United
States Supreme Court.
An Important Line to be Run Through
Jefferson City, Mo., September s.
Tho Kansas City, Clinton & Springfield
Railroad Company filed articles of asso
ciation with tho Secretary of Stato to
day; capital stock, $1,400,000. All ex-1
ccpt five shares is owned by Georgo H.'
Ncttleton, of Kansas City. The road
Is to run from the west line of
the State, In Cass County, through the
Counties of Ca s, Henry, St. Clair, Hick
ory, Cedar, Polk and Greene to a point on
the Fort Scott, Southeastern & Memphis
Railroad, twenty miles west of Spring
field, making the length ot tho new road
about 140 miles in the State. The tax on
the capital stock amouutcd to 3723, and
was paid into tho State Treasury this
Hail Him Commodore.
Washington, 1). C, September 3.
Tho commission of Commander Winfield
Scott Schley, commander of tho Greely
relief expedition, as chief ot the Bureau
of Equipment and Recruiting of the Navy
Department, with rank of Commodore,
from September 5, was prepared yester
day and forwarded to the President for!
Secretary Chandler will como to Wash
ington on Friday next and witness the re
tirement of Commodoro English and in
stallation of Commodore Schley.
Deatruotlve Fire at Vinoennes.
Vincenites, Ind., September 8. A'
fire broke out in a stable near the
corner ot Second and Vigo streets at
two-o'clock this morning, consuming tho
residence of Len Glmbel, the Debruler
Insurance office and tho residences of
Mrs. J. D. Lander and John T. Coleman, ,
together with most of their household ef-;
focts. Loss from 8,000 to $10,000;;
partially insured. Supposed to bo thol
Met For Routine Business.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 8. Ai
session ot tho Convention of Knights oi
Labor met at 11 a. m. for the transaction!
of routine business. Nothing of imports
ance will be done until Friday, when the1
election of officers takes piece.
A Bad Showing.
Washington, D. C, September-8.
ThoDepartmonVof State received from
tho United States Consoled Napies-Ue)o-gram
saying t Ont hundred and seventy
three cases of cbotera in Naples and-erv-enty-slx
Richhowd, Vk September 8. Jntho
UnlteeXSt&te Ctrcalt CDqrtttrday'in
the case of Fames . vs. the Comaaiaston
of the-filnking Band of Virginia, Judge
HagbM-deUverad an opinion which, tn
effect dcclaree that coupon which, larva
tttraady been tattHtoed and havet been
foreign 'SErrer " '
Ilosa Kong, Septembers. The French
iron-clad Lagallssonlere arrived last
night to protect the French merchant
AN IMPERIAL TRIO.
Wabsaw, September 8. The arrival of
the Czar has been postponed to Septem
ber 8. Five hundred moro policemen
have arrived. In otllclal circles it is
positively asscrtod that the Emperors
will meet at Sltlrnlvleck.
Geneva, September 8. M. Solomons
was elected Vice-President ot the Red
Cross Congress, which convened here
yesterday. Miss Clara Barton was pres
Rome, Scptomber 8. During the past
twenty-four hours 120 cases of cholera
occurred In Naples. Tho epidemic is
spreading to the adjacent districts. At
La Spezia there aro thirty-nine fresh cases
and thirteen deaths.
HOLD THAT BEAR.
London, September 8. A dispatch re
ceived here late this afternoon states that
a Russlau war ship has seized the Ameri
can schooner Sophia Johnson, while pur
suing an alleged contraband tralllc with
'natives of Bebrlng Island. The Johnson
belongs at San Francisco.
Quiet at Coal Centre.
Coal Centre, Pa., September 3,
About thirty strikers, with music, parad
ed up and down tbo road past tho Neels'
works this morning. No disturbance oc
curred, and the Neels men wero not in
terrupted. The Sheriff is still here aud
all is quiet.
Committed Without Bail.
New York, Soptcmber 8. Joseph M.
I'easo, fruit dealer, recently arrested for
having uttered forged notes on tho Mer
chants' National Bank, was to-day com
mitted without bull to await the action
of tho Graud Jury.
Burned to Death.
Warsaw, Mo., September 3. The five-year-old
daughter of Sheriff Jeans waa
fatally burned last evening whllo playing
with matches. She died this morning.
Sheriff Jeans' hands were terribly burned
whllo trying to remove her clothing.
Grain and Provision.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEJIBEU 3, im,
Cotton Steady: middling, 10! iJllo.
Flouh Htouily: XXXtocUOleu, !.3jt3.50;
patonU, f I.lriiftd.l5.
WiiKAT-Flrmor; No. 2 Kod, 81M81?ic;
No. 3 Keil. TMTJo.
CoiiN Weuker; No. imixod, 4"Jia8o; No.
S white mixed, Wi&Mc.
OATS-Steady: No. SJ. 85ffi3So.
Ky Firm; No. 2. 61HMHo.
Tobacoo Kirm; iurs; oonunon to choico
$0.001210.00: lour; common red leaf, S7.&04
10.UU: medium to good f tl.OX317.00.
Hat Prulrio W.O04.OU tor prime to choice
now: Clover mixod, tor common i )
pnmo: otioioo now timothy, 1 11.00&12.00i fan
UUTTKit Kiruior: cMoiooto tancy rroamcry
04fto: dairy, choico to luney, JOJlTo; low
Boos Active; fresh stock, 1213Wo per
Potatobs Quiet, at (1p40o per busliul.
l'oiuc Htoady; new mess. fl8.2on5lH.50.
XiABD y u lot; prime steam, 7Vi7Se.
Baoow Longs, 10?ino; aborts, ll,S311'c;
clear ribs, HHo, all packed.
Wool Tub-wftshod. choice, 9030!4o: fair,
274iao; dingy and low 26320. Unwashed
Choice modium, i22e; good average medium
lUt&SOo; selected light fine M&lUo; good av
erage, w17o; heavy UwiOo; combing, 4
biood, tltWio; combing, low grades. IBiM'Jj.
Hioks Ouint; dry Hint, l&!4o: damagod,
12Ho: buna or stags, 10c; dry saltod,
tic: dry saltod, damaged. lOo: kip anl
calf, salted, btto; damagod, tt4o; buns an 1
slags, 630 ; groon, uaourod, 7!io; damagod,
Shrbp Pelts Weak; green, 755S85o; dry
do, 40iJ75o., as to amount and quality or wool;
green shearlings, lJ0o; dry do, Kris bo;
green lamb skins, 2UU2&0.
Wheat Steady; No. 2 Ited, September,
90Xo; October, 93o; November, ie;
Deeomber, W5o; January, 07Ho.
CoiiN Higher; September, KIHo; October,
Blo; November, 00?go; December, 6rtlic.
Oats Steady ; August, 'Ho; October,
SSHo; November, SJJo.
Wheat Steady: September, TBe; Octobor,
BBtc; November, S3o: December, 84!4c.
Corn Higher; Soptcmber, RJc; October,
60o; Novembor, 44o; year, 4i?io; iiuy,
Oats Higher; September, ,26tto; October,
28o; year, SBo; May, SI) So.
Pork Steady; September, $10; October,
$19; year. tXM.
IjAud Higher; September, $7.4714; October,
$7.66; November, $,.50.
Short IUbs September, $10.1714: October,
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos Receipts, 10,000; fairly active; good
grade steady; common dull; light, 15.75
0&.65; rough packing, $5.K5UJ0; heavy
packing and shipping, $0.4036.80; grassers,
Cattle Kccelpta, 8,400; weak medium
and low grades 10c lower; exports, tti.507.00;
good to choice, $6.008.50; common to fair,
$4.405.80; Teiuns, $3.504.50.
Sheep Heoelpta, 2,500; dull; common to
Cattle Receipt. 1,900; good natives
stead v; Texans firmer; 10c higher; native
steers, 1,200 to 1,500 pounds average, $5.60(
B.itU; do 1)50 to 1,100 pounds average, $4.80d4
lUK); stookers and feedors, $11.604.65; grass
Texas steors, i.--44.0).
Jloos Hecolpts, 4,;00; firmer and higher:
lOtS Of H to .140 nounos
6.40; mainly at $6.l0ctH.15.
pounds average at 0.u4j
Siiekp Hoccipts, 4; steady; fair to good,
Cattle Market steady; prime to ohoioe
native shipping steors, 6.MXJ.75; good to
choice steer.4, 16.avit8.40: common to medium,
.'l.605"; common to choice stockers, (3.40
04.40; feeders, tlUl.HS.
Sherp anu Lam us Market dull; medium
to good sheep, ta.50.1.75; extra, $t; lambs
In fair domand: good to choice, ,$.20ufr.35
for Catiadas; Western, common to prime,
Hoos Markot steady; fair demand: corn
fed Yorkers, ll.30((A40; Ohio and Michigans,
$6.tKKT88.20; good mediums, $6.50A.70; grass,
$ft.258.75; pigs, $4.0034..
Xoney and Stock Market.
NEW York, Soptomber 8. Monoy 8 per
cent; exchange quiet and steady; Govern
ments closed Arm: currency, S'a, 125 bid; 4's,
coupon, 120H1 4's. do., lli bid. The stock
market opened quiet and Arm, Hnd advanced
slightly over the closing prices of yesterday,
but on a raid bf room traders, whioh began
about the first oall, the whole list declined
to IS, Since noon there has been a slight ro
New Yohr, September 8. Stooks strong,
especially Grangers. Northwestern arose 1
to W. St. Paul H to 82. The changes out
llde of theao shares wore unimportant. Other
active loams were flat. The stock market
was weak and lower and prices declined to
I pet cent , the latter In Northwest common,
whfchsolddowntoWW: 88, 100; 4V4,s, 112;
l'S,120. PaolDc'pri5, 1X7.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japanned lierlin and Agate Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajrent for Adams & Westlako Oil. Uasoline and Gas ftoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkine Cultivators,
Corn Slielleis, Phtiters, Ktc, Ktc
nos. 27 & 33, crsrin.
TKI,KPH()NK NO. UO-
Ioaders in Jliow ."Prices.
MKN'S & BOYS'
TTvnnmtrn t I) II
VM Commercial Avenue,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS E0R THE NOVELTY TKUNK.
Repairing dune on Short Notice in their Line of Businets. Examine goods and pri
ces Lelore purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 123 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Ludwig & Co.
130 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete lino of
Linn; Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy Btock ol Body Brosi-eli, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'.bi, all !.- and prices.
All Jood nt Bottom PrioeI
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St.. bet. Ohio Levoe & Commercial Ave.
Kcpairirjsr neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLABKSON, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Sank, 8th St.
tFGood Btock and Prices Beaionable.f
r jr mnm an
- - CAIRO, ILL.
WIG & CO.,
Dealers in All Kinds of-
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottle, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Cotu'l
US. R. WITH.
Grand Central Store.
NEW YORK STORF,
WHOLESALE ANP RBTA1 1 .
The Larg3st Variety Stecfe
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I Paii. TI)
Commercial Avenue f : vttU U, III