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THE DAILY CAIRO UUhLK'H IN , .FRIDAY; MOKftlMO, SEPTEMBER 6 1884.
L" 11 kottew la this column lire lines or lorn 25U
oneiaatrtipa wti w p"""
Sm. i i ? rutit aim Havdock l'haelon, Bw. hit price
"JL' !(1(1 for 1SJ. I04H"0 u"i "-
;i . tin Offlce '
,;...,' JJ $M5, now, god Job, fur list). Inqulraof K. A.
t j ,i :) naruetl.
... . M4-w i m n . n....... lliilln.
MOK HALB.-New Horn Sowing Machine right
X from lbs factory, itat price $50 fur W, K. A.
FOIl SALS. I effor for aalo my grey hore "Den
mark" 6 yea'a old, guarantied n und, without
a blrmiah and geutle nough for a latly to drive.
A. P KtHBOIUIR.
FOR BICNTThat flnerealdenca property corner
Holbruok Avenue end i'lnl street, known ae the
' Cuhl Place. Haul low to Rood tenaut. AIo the
etore room ami buement on Levee at., below Bib
el., recently occupied by 14. B. Thtntlewood to lira,
11. J. Howi.aT, Agent.
' At Auction Valuable Bcal Estate
At the (rout door of tho Cjurt Ilouae, In Cairo,
nil., ttur. M.,i.u
WEDNESDAY tho lit DAY or OCTOBER, 1884,
I will ofl.T for aale to the hlithott bidder, the fol
lowing, vfry doslrablo uropuny, vis: llrlclc b Leo
und lotMilOO foot, Washington vvnun, adjoining
Hrawerv. block. t!6.. Uwalliuu holla and loll U.
jSI and 85, block 30, lvith atreet. Dwelling bonne
end lot si and Si. block TW, tontro a trout, l.ote
t and 3, block 40, let addition, Poplar atroet; lot
14, block 19, lt addition, near the New York a tore;
lot 32, block 83, 1'Jth etreet,
Thlelevorv dealrahto propeity, altnated In tho
Imelnpo reutree of the city, and now that It la cer
tain Cairo will ipeedlly orcomo a uroat railroad
und ootumorclal clly, pri aeule an opyoiluully for
Inveatmi-ut not likely to occur again.
TK.rtMS M caah, bal. 8 and li montlia aocurcil
with 8 pnremt Internet, or 3 por cent off lor caul).
For further lnfoimHtlon iniimre of
, 0. 3. P10ORON.
M.J. HO.VI.EY, Agent.
ENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Its little, but, oh my I '
' 1 1 The fly.
It settles on your nose, your eye;
i' - It enters in your ear, so Bly;
You make arab-yoa villain, die I
. , ' Its buzx derisive seems to cry,
V I'm riyl
, Mr. C. Lame ia t work reconstructing
" ih walk on Seventh, buck of Walnut.
r . i.
Fresh Oysters at Jou Stenynln's siiloon
' i.iul restaurant, corner Sixth hiiI cniniiier
' rial. ' tf.
' - Tho ladies of Atlanta, Ga., aro getting
tip a baby snow, llicy citil it a "congress
... of kids."
A fine line ol dress goods, of (ho latest
. , patterns aud at reusouablo pricey at Qold-
., stiae & R'oscuwatcr's. 4t
Southern women are earnestly at work
for their departments tt tho New Orleans
Freckles are fashionable this senson
find the girl with the parti-colored noso can
saunter out and be the rae.
Carpets, ' mattings, oil cloths, 'mat!1,
-,:lc,, ia i ire.,t , variety and of thu latest
i tyles, at Goldstide & Uosenwuter's. 4t
' ; Hev. C. Nash, of Carboodale, is expec
ted to preach in the Methodist church this
, 1 Friday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The iron fence for the front of the Li
.. i i ary premises hns arrived and will soon
he put up. Messrs. Morris Urns, have the
I'ontract, we believe.
. A larjjc new stock of d ry goods, no
lions, carpets, mttinj, etc., has just been
opened for public inspection at Goltlstiue
& lloBenwater's. 4t
There is a girl in Turner, Me., who
smokes, chews, shaves, Bwears, and wears a
mau's hat. What more could she do to en
title her to the right of votini;?
. . The Charleston club, it is said, will be
. , lure on Monday next to play: tho Cairo
nine, and after that the New Madrid club
Wants to take a turn.
Small pox and diptheria are prevailing
to some extent in Paducah, and Mayor
Uied has published a card rt questing ev
oiybody to clean up on penalty of prose
cution. Capt. Jno.H. Thnmisaud all his house
hold were at The Halliday yesterday, en
ri.ute home from Saratoga. May we rot
' now confidently expect to see Democrats
. hurled over battlements and thingrt
--Mrs. Dr. Uester, of Anna, arrived in
tne city yesterday, and participated in the
.pleasures and musical exercises of the Pres
lyterian social at the residence of Mr.
m ) Henry Wells last night.
The little daughter of Mr. Armstrong,
1 virigon Eighteenth street, botween Poplar
and Commorcial, died Wednesday and was
buried yesterday. Sho wa9 about 13
i'i mouths old.
I no Argus is in error. Mis9 Clsra
8 cphenson is not a teacher in the Loretto
Academy. She is at the convent review
ing her studies and finishing her musical
, , education.
, R-.ctor F. P. Davenport is iu Mem
I hin, and there will be no services in the
Episcopal church next Sunday. He will
: return in time for the next Sunday, how
eer. ,; ;
r.JS. Albright and W.W.Burr
jp.issed through the city yesterday morning
; it route for Olmstead, where tbey were to
, tnj iress tne people yesterday afternoon and
ii:iV"'.1t4,Iork,,, fal5-not the county
,r ri tne meiancnoiy Ham er. hut th nnA
tjy our belonging to A. P. Schroeder.
bey; kind and gentle, good for
v ! b f MlhfU fur draft or a roadster. Sea
'. advertisement column.
( 1 7 fWr 'P8' D- 8n Pero. de
v 7 ,-T.U-6atlit, Barbara, Republic Hondu
' rji", Central Amorics, says from personal
ixperienc o odorsea tb virtues of St
":; ', Jacob Oil, and recommends it to others,
Mr. R. Hobsackcr. ia tho picturo of
health since lilt return lrom Europe. He
was threatened with uncomfortable obesity
whilo there, and cumo back several weeks
sooner than he at first intended to, for fear
his own family wouldn't recognize liim on
his return, if ho remained much longer.
-Corporation Counsellor Gilbert is of
tbe opinion that druggists have a right to
sell liquors "for mechanical, medicinal,
and chemical purposes," witluut taking
out a license as provided by the Harper
The Chineso government has informed
the state department that it will exhibit at
tho World's Fair iu New Orleans next win
tor a silk loom in practical operation.
Cinnamon will bo kept at work weaving
silk in order that the outsido barbnrians
may seo b w tho thing is done.
Mr, Ed White has rolircd from the as
sistant-secretaryship of the Abe Lincoln
Mutual Aid Society, and Miss Mattiu Al-
den has succeeded him. Miss Alden is
quite skillful with the pen and has had
Considerable experience in olllce work.
Tho Prohibitionists of the llfty-first
senatorial district, which Is composed of
Pulaski, Johnson, Williamson and Frank
lin counties, will hold a convention to
morrow to nomiuato a candidate for the
The internal revenue colhciions I'm
this dUtiict, dining Inst month, were iw
lollows: tobacco, 2,810.82; cigars,
121.25; liquors, $10,498.80; beer, $9,409 00;
special tax, 9t)7.88; lines, etc., $51.50;
Mr. Wood Iiitti'iilmiiHO has made some
improvements about his residence property
recontly, to conform with tho changed
grade of the struct. He will have a brick
walk laid aloiw tho Seventh street front of
Among thu prisoners in the county
jail is Jno. Dunn, sunt here for safe keep
ing from Massac county, charged willi sr
boo. I here atu about twenty prisoners ill
t lie county jail herein all, among whom
nit four or tivu from olhur counties.
The best base bsll match ever play.)d
iu this section will take place at the open
ing of the Cairo Hose Ball Park next Sun
day afternoon, between the "Cairos" and
tho Eckfords of Paducah. The Eckfords
have chartered the Gus Fowler for the ex
etirsion, and will briug a largo crowd from
Paducah to witness the game.
Asido from paintings, tho vsltio of
some of the exhibits to bo brought to the
World's Exposition must astonish, not a lit
tle, persons who have never seen a fair pro
jected on a gigantic scale. Mr. John Graf
ton, Commissioner of Dakota, reports tint
ho means to carry to the Exposition some
gold bricks of tho value collectively, of
half a million of dollars.
Every German Republican who sanc
tions a high protective tariff, sanctions the
principle of prohibition. If tho govern
ment has the right to keep its citizens from
buying foreign goods for tho benefit of
homo manufacture, it certainly has the
right to keep them from drinking intoxi-
cants for the benefit of their morals.
Mother Constantia, of the convent, has
been assigned to Osago Mission, Kansas.
Her successor here is Mother Simplicia,
Mother Constsntia, during her stay here,
made llrtu friends of all with whom she
camo in contact, and her growing lovo for
Cairo was warmly reciprocated by all of
Cairo's people. Her successor, Mother
Simplicia, was in Cairo some years ago.
Tho second annual celebralion of the
order of Cincinntus takes place at Cincin
nati, September I7th, and the grand ball
takes place on the night of the I8th. The
invitations and the tickets of admission aro
tho handsomest that has ever been present-
to us. Tho publisher of The Bulletin is
indebted to tho Times-Star, of Cincinnati
We learn from the Springfield Regis
ter that "Hon. John II. Oberly has sold the
Bloomington Bulletin to Mr. II. E. Scott,
of the Effingnam Democrat. The Register
regretfully bids Brother Oberly farewell
from Illinois journalism, which it trusts
will be only temporary, and at the same
timo wo welcome Mr. 8cott to his now field
and trust he may find it both pleasant and
The Rev. Robert Collyer, whose delici
ous anecdotes and reminiscences have late
ly been a welcomo feature of The Current's
pagos, continues them in tho issue of Sep
tember 0. Ho makes, in his latest contri
bution, the point that the profession of
preaching becomes a possession when the
preachers are moved by the inspiration of
that absoluto conviction which made Gar
rick so powerful an actor.
Street Superintendent Hogan finds not
a little difficulty m rer airing tho Tenth
street pump, ini old wooden box has
been removed, but before it can be replaced
with brick some kind of a foundation
must be producedis the ground on which
the walls must stand is of a quick-sand na
ture. It will bo necessary to lay a heavy
pltnk floor in the-cavity, and build the
wausonmat. it win be a week or ten
days before the pump will be in operation
Tj make children heaithy, use plenty of
.r,pientyot milk, plenty of sleep, and al
ways have a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
ujiuy iu case oi croup,
And Outraged In the IIouso of Iti
Frlonda by Unsoomly Dom
A Disorderly Meeting Held to Take Ao
tion in Regard to Charges Made
Against the Pastor.
Pandemonium on the Portals of Paradise
Palsied Piety's Pitiful
Pat En son, N. J., Soptombcr 4. A
Mooting of tho members ol the Willis
Street liaptlst Church was held last even
ing In tho church to take action in regard
to tho charges mado against tho pastor,
Rev. Geo. Gulrcy, by Mrs. Bradbury ol
slander and banging a bologna sausage
to the door-knob of tho frontdoor ot her
residence. The meeting was a most dis
orderly one, tho members being divided
In two factions. Roth sections became
Intensely excited and tho noise could be
heard a block away. Members jumped
around and on tho seats and called each
other liars and hypocrites. Groat excite
ment prcvatlod and the police had to be
sent for to pftivcut a fight. During the ex
citement a member fainted and full to tho
Door, creatlngalmostapanlc. lie was car
ried out aud laid on thu grass In front of
tho church. Several reporters were se
creted In the church, aud on being dis
covered a howl went up from tho angry
crowd and tho scribes woro iznomtuloas-
ly ejected without ceremony. Thoy
tli on clluibod on woodsheds
in tho roar of tho church, but were again
discovered, and tho wludows were closed
to keep tho rackot from being heard with
out. Tho street In front of the church
was crowded with people, whilo the doors
woro guarded by tho police. Mrs. lirad
bury's followers being unable to copu
with the friends of tho pastor, left tho
church in disgust and proceeded to the
rcslduncoot a member 'where aa indigna
tion meeting was held. Tho meetings nt
both tho church nnd tho houso were pro
longed until a lato hour. As the wlu
dows ol the church wore closod tho heat
becamo so intense that several women
Honq Konu, September 4. Tho
Chineso havo cut a military road through
tho French cemetery at Canton, destroy
ing tho Mausoleum nnd rifling the tombs.
China yesterday paid tho French Consul
at Houg Kong $27,000 indemnity for
losses incurred by tho French subjects In
tho Cantou riots in 1883.
THlllCK ARMIES UND1CR WAY. '
London, Soptombor 4. Advices from
China stato that three Chineso armies aro
inarching to invado Tonquin;; one
from each of; three southern prov
inces ol China. Tho army from
Kcvang Si numbers 25,000; that
lrom Yun Nan 20,000 aud that from
Ivwang Tung, likewise 20,000. The Yun
IVan army will join tho Ulack Flags at
Lao Kl, on tho Tonquin frontier. Thcro
hre said to be 10,000 Slack . Flags
kit that point. These combined
forces will march 'down tho Rod
Silver to attack Hung Hoa. Tho KwangSl
army will march Into Tonquin by way of
Cao Berth in connection with a portion ol
tho Canton army now at Lang Son and
will attack Bac Ninh. Six thousand
French hold 11a Nol, lluug lloa, Sontay
ana uac mud.
CorKNiuaEN, September 4. About 200
Americans are present at the Evangelical
Alliance, now sitting in this city.
Rome, September 4. King Humbert
has mado a contribution ot $2,000 in aid
ol the sufferers from cholera at Spczla.
Tho King will visit Naples, where three
cabinet Ministers are already visiting tne
worst quarters to distribute relief.
London, September 4. The Rome cor
respondent of tho Times says: "Tho
cholera panic prevails throughout Italy.
Each town Is taking measures ot protec
tion, regardless ol the Government. Some
post guards to prevent travelers from en
tering tho precincts until after a quaran
tine of twenty days. Many have closed
their gates to every one. The villagers
have established armed cordons. The
result In many parts ol tho peninsula is
that practical anarchy prevails, travel
and traffic being greatly Interrupted. -
Paris, September 4. The Bepublique
Franchise says: "It Is probablo that Ad
miral Courbct will occupy tho Island ot
Formosa in forco. This action is necos
sary In order to scenre tho ratification of
the treaty ol Tien Tsln and tho payment
of the indemnity for the Lang Son affair."
CAiRo,r-Septembcr 4. It has just tran
spired that Husslen Pacha Khalifa, Gov
crnor ol Berber, immediately after the,"
fall ot Berber took Gordon's money to El'
Rome, September 4. During a Are1 Inl
the sulphur mine near Nicosia City this
morning thirty miners wero killed.
Fir at Mound City. IU.
Cairo, III., September 4. Fire de-'
itroyed the stove factory ol Dougherty
t Wilson at Mound City last evening.'.
The estimated value ol the factory, is'
825,000; insured for $6,500 in companies1
hnnmntirf h tt Tt r.-.. ... .li.
ivriwiivuwu VJ u. All WUUTO. VI VUI9
About nine o'clock last night as the
special train which had conveyed the
Delta fire engine to MonrjcVCttyretornod,
and when near TWrty-fotrrtb street, a boy
earned Jeton Henry Smith jumped from
one ot the fiaVcars, fctton ttre track and
was ktHed. ?
Mrs. LcsiUtf a Latest-' Venture, " '
Naw York, September 4, The Conft
icnrhaa been bonght by Mrs. Frank Les
lie, and will be psbUahed tnd controlled
by her. Jodge Tovrgsc remains as ed
itor, ttccepftog-avsalary trx Ilea ot his la
' ' Hammer andTTrowel.
New Tons', September 4. Tho differ
ence between tho tone-cutters and the
master masona continue!. ' Appranttcea
are all locked out this morning.; Ther
is do prospect ot a settlement. ; .
A Fatal rUah.
Chicago, Iu., September 4. The Be
publican' $ Dodge Centre special sayst
Whilo J. W. Currier and five others, in
cluding his wife, were driving to town
lightning struck his wife, killing .her in
stantly. Both horses were killed.
Fistel and Poleon. !
Tkoy, O., September 4. Mrs. 7. Mer
rill yesterday shot her husband In the
back part of the head and then took poi
son. His wound is not dangerous, but it
is not thought that she can recover. It
is supposed to be a caso of sudden in
The Paris Pair.
Paris, III., Septem or 4. The crowd
at our County Fair to-day is immense,
fully 12,000 people being-In attendance.
The show of line stock is greater than
ever before known, and a great success is
Brok BUa Lev.
. CJumcY, III., September 4. Joseph
Cunningham, first mate tt the steamer
War Eagle, who was arrested In this city
last night for brutally assaulting a deck
hand named Samuel Barker, ot ruts
burgh, Pa., broke his left leg this fore
noon while getting off a train at the
Union Depot In this city.
A Forg-td Draft.
Lexington, Ky.; September 4. A
forged draft for 95,950, drawn on the
First National Bank ol this city in favor
ot Win. Tarr & Co., was sent here to-day
tor collection. It seems a party purport
ing to bo Wru. Tarr, jr., who forged tho
draft, bad It cashed in Louisville yester
day by J. W. & D. S. Green. Wm. Tarr
& Co. are wealthy distillers . here, bat
thero is no such person here as Wm.
"How Death Makes Cowards of as All."
Wheeling, W. Va., September 4.
Special from Waston says: Six years
ago a foul mysterious murder was com'
mlttcd in Broxtou County, near Savage
town. A stone mason named Schoon
maker was twico shot through the bead
aud his throat cut. No clow to the mur
dcrer was ever obtained until a fow days
ago. A local preacher living near thero
was lata lv lmurod by the tailing of a
tree. When told he must dio yesterday
ho sent for the Prosecuting Attorney and
confessed that ho and another mao, a
prominent merchant, committed tho
crimo. The names are withheld by the
authorities for the present, but a warrant
has been Issued.
Grain and Provialoaa,
THTJKSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1884
Cottok Steady: middling. 1US8M Ko.
Floub Steady; XXX. to cliolco, S2.6523.S0s
nnrnnU. 4.1.riiA.'i.l5 .
WuicAT-Wuakur; No.lt Ked, 81$81!o;
No. a Kod, xmnio.
Corn Weaker; No. t mixed, t7Ji4"XorKo.
3 wblte mixed, 4S48Ie.
OATS-Klrmor; No. . 26?i26Ko.
KvE-Flrm: No. . bldLWAo.
Tobacco Firm: iuksi common to ehoioe
0.00(tu.0u; loaf; common red loaf, 17.603
10.00; modium to (rood f9.0O317.00.
tlAV-Prairin tt.U0449.00 for prime to choloa
new; oiover mixed. S8&10 tor common to
primo: cholco new timothy, ill.0OQ12.O0; fan
cy, S13.0O13.GO. , .
. Huron Flrmor: ohoiceto tanoy creamery
S0iMo: dairy, choice to tauoy, IUQIHoi low I
grades nominal. I
, Koas Aotivoj fresh stock, 1312'4o pox j
dozen. ... I
POTATOKH Quiet, at 3540o per tmshol.
Pork Steady; new mess. 17.5O18.00.
Lard Quiet; prime steam, Tc.
11AOON tiong-s, 10Xo; aborts, Lll!4oj
clear ribs, He, all packed.
.Wool Tub-washed, choioo. 80.K)Hos fair,
2T29o; dliifry and low Unwashed
Choice modium, il&SSe; good average medium
llfcftUo; aeloetod ligbt fine IHQlto; good av
erage, IttttHo; heavy M18o: combing.
blood, SJS!o: combine:, low grades. luiOa.
Hides Ouiot; dry turn, ISVio: damaged,
124o: Duns or stags. Wo; dry talted.
12a; dry (Milted, damaged. lOo: kip and
alf, suited, S'Ao; dam&god, Ho: buns and
tags, 6X0; gruun, uucured, Ifto: damaged,
Snisicp Pelts Weak; green, 75385o; dry
do, 1IKA750., as to amount and quaUtyor wool;
green shearlings, lM$20o; dry do, lOQUot
green lamb skins. SuwSo.
Whkat Weaker; No. S Red, September,
90Ko; October, )le; November. IWo;
iDecember, tttttc; January, 96Xc; February,
. Cohn Higher; September, 83o; October,
C2o; November, HI Ho; December, 6do.
. Oats Higher; September, 3So; October,
32c; November, 33o.
WnKAT Lower; 8optemlKr, 790; Octobor,
8IH0; November, 83c; December. 84S40.
Corn Higher; Scptcmbor, bio; October,
6IH0; November, 45?,45'4c; year, 41c; May,
Oats Lower; Soptombor, 25J4o; Ootobor,
SOHo; year, S54o; May, sXo.
Pork Steady; (September, $19; October,
19; year, .
Lard Weaker; September, $7.45; October,
7.62K; November, $7.50.
Short Kibs September, $10,174; Ootobor,
Live Stock MarkeU.
Hogs Rocolpts, fl.OOO;' market slow;
510o liighor; light. $5.70(6.56; rough pack
ing, $.r.tHXd6.25; heavy paoklng and ship
ping, $0.4340. 7!i; grassors, $4.60(36.60.
Cattlb Receipts, fl.OUO; firm; exports,
ta .AAH .wl. ...1 ..V. ! ,0 A.V.. , t1 . AAm
mon to fair, $4.606.60; Tezans, lOo higher
Siikrp lteoelpts, 1,300; steady; common to
Cattle Receipts, 8,300; good
atnudv: grass Texans 10c
Btuors, to i.ouu pounas nTDratre, n.ewo
fi.W, itookers and feodors, $3.8064.fl0; grass
Texas atoors, $3.20.j; oowa, $2.763.60.
Hoos Roooipts, 6.U0O; choice heavy ateady;
light mixed 60 lower; lota of S10 to 850 pounds
average at $6.0688.40; mainly at $8.10a.l5.
Siikkp Itocolpts, 1,400; steady; fair to good,
Cattlb Markot steady: prime to choice
native shipping steers, $.60u.TS; good to
1 f-'i.so&Au; common toehoioe stooken, $3.
I btx M: feadera. 8404.(6. .
choice Rteero, oJia.to; common to meaium.
s:i.S0$6Ui6; common toehoioe stoekera, $3.40
iHii.40: feadera. a4tti.Sft.. .
Shkkp and Lamb Market dulltmedinm
to good anep, $3.6008.75: extra, Si; lambs
la fair demand: good to choice, $4JU6.a
for Canadas; Western, common to prime,
Ho-Markotirtoady; fair demand; corn-
fed Tartars, $fl.aM.9; unio and sustalgana,
$B.a09do; good medJwraa. $8.50(i.T; grass,
stjsofrs; pm taa.
Honey and Stoek Xarket.
Naw Tojix, Septenrber - . Money eyat
S per OCQX.I oxeoanse ami; huiuuimsw
ntaadr: oqnaener. t. UT bid; 4'a, eoopoaa.
U0H; 44'a, doH 111X tnd. Tae market
anennd ortrlet bat firm, and tmatoeM'wat haad-
Jr tntdor way when wppovttng erkmes went
m anal vtgoKraflty bid prieee up. At the lam
tit the flnt hoar qnotailoiM were np to IH,
bet fnrrtbn thvmarkot hns been dull and
WHI M iiTVAr
STOVES, -EASES,,:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and" l&gatb' "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ico Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westluke Oil. Gasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking1 Cultivators,
torn Shellers, Planter?, fcte., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, -.gSV
TKLKPIIONK Nt). JJO.
MEN'S & BOYS'
130 Commercial Avenue,' -
WM. LUDWIG & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
' : , ALSO CARRIES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags,' Shawl Straps,
and Oil and
80LE AGENTS FOR
Repairing done on Short Notice in their
ces Leiore purchasing elsewhere. The largest
136 tol38 Com'l Ave.
havo a full and complete lino of
Lim-i; Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy atoclcot Body Brnaeeli, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'bs, all aires aud prices.
All CJooda nt Bottom Prioeat
Made to Order. i
8tb St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OAlHO. - ILL
Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent. .'
Najxt Alexander Co. Bnnk, 8th St.
,. i , ;airo,.lll..' '-'."
fJTQood Btock and Prices ReasonabU.J
! J I
- CIR0, ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds f-
LARGEST VARIETY OF
Rubber Suits. :
THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
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Line of Business. Examine goods and pri
stock in the city tt 123 Commercial Ave.
Wm. Lvidwicr & Co.
Msnufactnrer and Dealer In ,
Sheboygan Mineral Sprinjrs Water,
ALWAT0 OR HAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
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SMITH BROS' ,
Grand Central Store.
! ' ETC.
EW YORK STORE, ;i
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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The ' Largest Variety 1 8tpr.lc
IN THK CITY,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW, YORK STORE CO,
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