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CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would re.pectfully annonnce to the cltUens of
t airoinai 1 nave opened ana am carrying on a
flrateiaaalannarr In the rear of Winters Block,
on Heranth Street, where I am prepared to do all
klridt of work la mr line in a superior and work
maa.hlp atvls, delylng cotnpetlton and at
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prompt payment if any good, are let,
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"REST, SPIRIT, REST."
Fuuc-rul of tho Lato Senator Honrs
B. Anthony of Rhodo
The Distinguished Visitors Who Were
Present to do Honor to tin Memo
ry of the Beloved S-atcsmaa.
The Last SaJ Rites Over the Mortal
Remains of the Father of the
l'ltovinKxcc, I., September 0. AH
that was mortal of the late Henry 15. An
th'juy, the beloved statesman, was home
to ihe tomb to-day. The funeral was
h'.M at noun ami was solemn and Im
pressive. It was atten led by distin
guished representatives of every branch
of the United States (iovLi nmeiit, Senate
and House of l!eprest:itives, by every
olliwr of the city und State, and
hundreds of Mends, t .ther with repre
sentatives of every branch of trade in the
United Stutes. shorty before twelve
o'e'ock prayers were read ttt the late
residence of the deceased. Then tlio.se
attending wre escorted to the church
and seated by ushers in the pews desig
nated for them. The so'emu services
were conducted by I;, v. Mr. Siices, pas
tor of the church, assisted by Itev. Au
gustas Woodbury an I Ilev. Mr. Huntley,
Chaplain of tim United SUte-s Senate.
At the coiiclu-i'tii ol the n adin,' of the
services lor tie- dead the choir leu lered
"l:i:l lll;ll, 1:lT,"
In a touching maimer, li' v. Mr. Wood
bury then pieuched an eio(jiieiit sermon,
during which nuny were moved to tears.
At the concilia! n of the sermon, prayer
was offered, after which thv: remain
Were borne to the hearse and th n to the
cemetery, where they were placed in the
The following distinguished per-ons
in attendance tool; a lat nu at the fare
of the departed Senat .1 : l'residi-nt
Arthur, Attorney- ieneral I'.rcWsl.-r, Sen
ators Edmunds, Morrill, Hoar, luw.s,
l'ike, Hawhy, Mcl'her-o:i, lion Cameron,
Aldrlch, Harris, ('hares W. .1 .ne,
I'ugh, liutler, 'I'hos. 1". Ilr.aid,
Ilansom aud Secre-imv ol thr Sen
ate Mc( ooke, Uev. Dr. Hunter,
Hon. W. 1". Canadav, S. rg ant-at-Arm.
of the Senate, l-,aac Ii.i-M.lt, A-si-taM
Doorkeeper ol ihc Sena'.'., .la-,. .1. Clin--tie,
I) puty Seleallt-at A 1 ins of t:i S'i-at-,
Major lieu 1'er.ey l'oo.e, C.er of ;.i
Cominitiee 011 l'rinliuj, i'hos. A. il in -
tier, Messenger of the all.-, lienry M
Fierce, Assistant l'iuane...: Cl-rk, a-nl
last, but not least, cx- nat r Davi I
ltavls, of I.linois.
Funeral of Chi,:f Just cs Zr.tlish.
LlTTI.K lio K, AliK., Sep-'eillber ' . -'Hi .'
remains of Chief Justice Y.. 11. Kng!ih
arrived irom Astiville, N. C, last night
and will lie In state in th-j Senate Cham
ber to-day. TLa fuuera! will take place
at 1 p. m. to-morrow, mul will be larire y
attended by the Masonic bodies ol the
Mate, oiliclal members of the lar and
Mrs. Hirlau's B maica.
FoitTKKMS Monkok, V., September
C. The Secretary of War, accompanied
by Mrs. Lincoln and Judge Harlan, with
the remains of Mrs. Harlan, left at seven
o'clock this morning for Washington.
A NATI K VI. UKATII,
Final Dissolution of the Association of
Old D I'nndc-rs.
Hai.timokk, Mr., September Tho
Association of Old Defenders, whoso
members took part in the battle of North
Point, In the war of ls'l:', has disbanded.
The Sun says: "The famous Old Defend
er's Association, rhose annual parade
has been the most notable aud impressive
feature of the celebration of the K'th
of September Is no more. The con
stitution of the organization provided
that It should be kept us so long as there
were live members ab:e and willing to
continue the organization. Year after
year the veterans have been dropping out
of the ranks, until now not live are left
who are able to attend the meeting of
the association. It has been their annual
custom to attend church in a bodv the
Suuday bef jre tho l.th, but to-morrow
the v terans will not gather as of yore,
nor will there be the usual banquet on the
12th. The association was limned in lsli',
at IJaltimore, aud had as its foundation
Authorised to R'?sum8-Fol er's Fu
neral. Washington, D. C, September C
The Acting Comptroller of the Curreucy
has authorized the Second National Hank
of Xenia, O., to resume business, all re
quirements having been compiled with.
The Acting Secretary of the Treasury
to-day issued an order addressed to
ollleers of customs, assistant treasurers
and other Treasury ofllcials, Informing
them that tho funeral of Secretary
Folger will take place at Geneva, N. Y.,
at L' p. m. on Tuesday next, aud directing
them to close all buildings and olllces
uuder their control at that hour. Owing
to the large number of otllcials to whom
this notice Is addressed, the only notillca
tlon of the order is given through the
Reunited After Twenty-Four Years.
St. Josi'.rii, Mo., September ti. Dan
iel Conway, a gray haired man of sixty
eight, arrived In the city yesterday en
route to Oregon, Holt County, Mo., to
join his wife and three children, whom
he has Dot seen for twenty-four years.
In 18C0 Conway enlisted iu the Fourth
Ohio Cavalry, leaving his family In Clu
cinuatl. At the end of two years' ser
Vice, a letter Informed him that his wife
had proved unfaithful. Without Investi
gating Couway ceased correspondence
with his family, and at tho ex; iratlon
ot his term ol enlistment proceeded to
Texas, where ho has since resided. The
war over, and thinking her husband
dead, Mrs. Conway and her three sous,
bow well-to-do farmers, moved to Mis
loan, and located in Holt County.
Three weeks ago the eldest son, John
Conway vlslUd Texas with a view of
JoratlB "n,l ulll. ,i,..,.OWi.r 1
They compared notes and Conway soon
became convinced of ihc lolatiousjilp that
existed, when he made hlimwlf known.
From the son, he learned that his wllo
was living, and that tho report of her
unfaithfulness was without foundation.
Ten days ago the son returned home to
inform his mother that his father was
still living and would join the family as
soon as ho could arrange his Texas busi
ness. Yesterday's Mi-souri Pacific train
brought Conway, Sr., w ho left for Oregon
during the alternoon, happy In tho
thou.it that he would soon bo reunited
with his family.
A Furniir's Leir Nearly Torn Off at tho
A.v.VA, Ii.f.., September C This morn
ing a terrible accident, which may prove
fatal to one of the parties, happened to
Daniel I.lll'erd, a wealthy farmer living
near town, und his wife. They wcro
driving in a buggy to Kobden, a village
north of here, when the vehicle
was overturned and both occu
pants thrown out. In falling, Lifferd's
loot caught in one of tho wheels, but ho
retained his hold on the reins. The horse
ran dragging tl buggy and Lifferd after
him. When f .xmd he was suffering in
tense agony, his leg having been almost
toru in twain at the knee. Amputation
is necessary and death is likely to result.
The extent of Mrs. Lifferd's Injuries Is
not yet known.
Patrick Erfau on Presidential Candi
dates. Lincoln, Nmi., September C Patrick
Lgan, President of the Irish National
League publishes a card In the State
.iiiuitl here, which says that while he
has been very desirous of keeping aloof
from politics or expressing an opinion as
to the merits of either of the
candidate-, lor President In the pres
ent campaign, be has been forced by re
peated misstatement in regard to his
position in the matter to state his views.
He says lu his communication that under
no circumstances can he support Cleve
land, whom he characterizes as the pet
candidate of every element opposed to
Irish interests. He heartily indorses
P. aine's candidacy, aud expresses the be
lief that Mrs. Paniell would btst meet
the wishes ol h.'.-r son and promote the
interests of the Irish people, If she would
refrain from mixing iu t.ie present Issue.
Bad R.-ivablic ma n Tounesseo.
Nasiiviixi:, Tk.nn., September 5. A
special from Loud jii, where the guber
natorial candidates spoke yesterday, re
ports considerable txciteinent. The
Democrats on Thurslay erected a pole
1 vj feet high, with a large ll.tg bearing
the names of Cleveland and Hendricks,
and of ilovi-rnorliate. The Republicans
in the night cut the ropes and pu led the
Hag down. At yesterday's speaking,
while (lovernor Rate was on the stand,
the Republicans brought in a negro
woman, who by her religious shoutiug
prevented the lioveruor from proceeding
w itii his. rem irks. The Democrats are
very indignant over the insult to the
Jttuat Elect Senators.
Sa.v Fi: v.ni isio, C.vr.., September 0.
The Supreme Court decide I yesterday
that e eetlotis for State Senators In theJ
odd numbered districts must bo held this
y ear. This decision Is of importance to
Republicans, as eighteen of the present
twenty Senators from odd numbered dis
tricts are Democrats.
Will Spsak in German.
Mn.WAt Kr.K, Wis., September C
(ire it preparations have been made by
the Germans and Independent Republi
cans tor the reception of Carl Schurz,
who arrives this afternoon, to deliver a
series of addresses. To-night he speaks
iu Herman at Schlit.'s Park. It is calcu
lated that lo,Ouu people will attend.
A Fusion Nomination.
Gi:v.m Ru'ins, Mini., September 1.
At 1 :U0 a. 111. to-day, after a long tight,
C. C. ComsU'ck was nominated for Con
gress by the Democratic and Labor Con
vention. Prohibitionists and Greenbackers.
Ui.oo.MiNH ton. 111., September C
lion. John II. Oberly, Chairman of the
Democratic State Central Committee,
spoke last night at Towanda. Iu a pri
vate interview ho said hu did' not think
tho lireenbackeTS would have much
strength In the next State election. Tho
Prohibitionists, ho thought, would poll
about 8,(11)1.1 votes iu Illinois.
Dick Ojlesby's Estimate.
IJi.imimincton, III., September G.
Governor Oglesby, who Is niakiug a very
active campaign of Illinois, was Inter
viewed by a reporter and said he thought
that the Indications pointed to his elec
tion as Governor by at least 00,000. He
said ho had been in the political arena for
many years and never saw such manifes
tations ol political enthusiasm.
Shouting for Both Sides.
Siii'.i.iiYvii.i.K, III., September C
Two campaign clubs have been organ
ized at Cowden, this county, one Demo
cratic aud one Republican, and tho mem
bers have mutually agreed to appear
propedy equipped at all tho meetings
held by either party and shout themselves
hoarse for IJIainc aud Logan or Cleveland
and Hendricks, as the occasion may de
mand. A Lack of Unanimity.
Pirrsmiuiii, Pa., September C The
latest returns received by thu Secretary
of tho Western Pig Iron Association do
not indicate that tho movement to sccuro
uuitod action In tho restriction of pro
duction by the banking ot tho furnaces
on tho line proposed, has been accepted
by a sulliclent number of furnaces to
cover tho terms of tho agreement.
Chicago, III., September 6. Tho
Trihune prints four columns of crop re
ports. Iowa promises tho largest yield
of potatoes ever known Illinois gives
an averages Michigan, Indiana and Wis
consin lull below thu average. Reports
from Illinois and lowa corn-fields are
extremely favorable. Tho hop crop of
Y isconsln is poor aud discouraging.
Struck a Vein of Gas.
PiTisiiL'iioii, Pa., September (5. Last
night Jones & Laugbltti, Iron manuactur
frurk a heave vein ,.f ...iu ,.i
THE TROY TERROR.
IIo Easily Wins a Glovo Fight
From tho "Dangerous
The Hard Luck of the Youngster Who
Promised to Restore the Glory of
Troy Broken at Last.
He Knocks His Man Insensible Before the
Advancing Police Can Interfere,
and Wins the Fight.
Ti:oy, X. V., September C After the
defeat of 1'addy Ryan by John L. Sulli
van at Mississippi City In February, 1882,
Thomas Richard Kgau, of this city, who
had gained the soubriquet of tho "Troy
Terror," blossomed forth as a pugilist,
and declared his ability to retrieve the
defeat that Troy had sustained by Sulli
van's victory. He went into active train
ing, but the only encounter of note In
which he participated was with the late
Jimmy F.lllott, of New York, when Klllott
easily knocked him out. Rut this set
back did not dampen F.gan's ardor, and
he subsequently engaged in many en
counters with local pugilists, and re
cently he had a mill with John Hughes,
known as the "Dangerous Ulacksndth"
of New York, In which some heavy slug
ging was done, but the police put an eud
to the mill, which was declared a draw,
and out of that engagement grew a match
for a glove light to a tlnlsh. This en
counter was arranged to take place at the
Grand Ceutral Theater, tills city, last
night, and at 10:U0 p. in. Hughes and
F.gau appeared upou the stage. The
Marquis of (ueeusbury rules were to
govern, and the winner was to take two
thirds of the receipts.
Roth men appeared in fine condition,
F.gan having apparently a little the better
of the weights. Egan, to the surprise of
his friends, showed great skill and easily
disposed of his opponent. The following
Is a summary of the tight:
Rut very few seconds were used In
feinting, the men goiugateach other with
evident determination to finish the match
as soon as possible. Hughes forced the
lighting, using both bauds with good ef
feet. F.naii acted oil the defensive vrll,
but Hughes fo'lowed him all over the
stage, putting in many telling blows on
the body aud head.
When time was called Hughes rushed
at Kgan, landing his lelt on his nose,
and as Ilgau countered on his neck
Hughes planted his right on F.gan's
face. In the lighting which followed
Hughes slipping Kgau hit him ou the
forehead, sending him to his knees.
Jumping to his feet Hughes put in two
telling blows, one with his right and the
other with his left hand. Then the meu
clinched, and as soon as they were parted
time ai up.
KOL'Xl) TI1IIKK. .
Hushes did not repeat his tactics of
the preceding round, but resorted to
sparring for an opening. He was quite
exhausted while F.gan was apparently
fresh. The latter now assumed the
offensive aud had Hughes at his mercy.
He dealt him a blow In the heck, sending
him to the floor and wheu he got to his
feet again he reeled like a drunken man
aud was knocked clean off his feet
three times in succession. Hughes
was very groggy and attempted to toe to
the mark and police rushed for the stage
to stop the light but it was unnecessary,
for before they could reach the rlug
F.gan had again knocked Hughes down,
the blow rendering him insensible. The
fi::ht was then declared in favor of Egan.
STltCCK IIOUX sILVEIt.
The Bonanza Which Was Exposed to
View by Xualotes.
Sr. Locis, Mo., September C J. B.
Stacy, Deputy Clerk of the St. Louis
Court of Appeals, to-day received news
from the Black Range, in New Mexico,
that a rich strike of horn silver and ruby
silver has been made iu the Alabama mine
there, in which he has a one-third in
terest; assays from the body of ore un
covered running up to 12,000 a ton. The
Alabama Is a continuation of the Ivanhoe
lead, Hob Ingersoll's rulue, and before
this strike the owners had refused 30,
000 for It. Its value now becomes nearly
a quarter of a million, if the strike Is as
Bob Higglns, Superintendent of the
Alabama, adds to the account of the strike
a queer statemeut, which will interest
naturalists. The xualote Is a lizard-like
animal which is found in Old and New
Mexico, nnd is popularly supposed
to possess tho power of boriug
through the flintiest rock with Its
horny tongue. It inhabits the
working of mines, aud Superin
tendent lllggins says that during the
night before the body of rich mineral
was discovered, several of these strange
animals pierced a tunnel through the
rock into the horn silver from tho Bhaft,
exposing the bonanza to view when the
workmen camo down tho next moruiug.
A little work with a pick and a few
blasts showed the extent of tho ore
A Methodical Suicide.
Little Rock, Ark., September 0. A
horriblo sulcldo "occurred about six
o'clock last night In tho bodroom of John
W. Booth, who cut his throat with a
pockct-knlfo aud then threw his body
forward so that the blood might run Into
a foot-tub. He was dead when found.
Booth was an old sea captain, and later a
conductor on tho L. R., M. K. & T. Rail
way, this State. Ho came originally
from Boston. Financial reverses and the
death of friends, It Is supposed, caused
Oldest Negro In tho World.
St. Makvs, Ga., Septcmbor C. Tboro
lives In this ploco probably the oldest
negro In the world, "Daddy" Patrick, an
original African, who was brought as
slave tvltho Uultcd States from Africa In
1784. Ho was then a young man of
about twenty. He landed In Charleston,
S. C. He belonged to the Smith family,
who brought hliu to this (Camden) coun
ty The old man Is regarded with great
veneration by the negroes of the couuty.
The Situation at StraltaTills, O.
Gout, ()., September 6. The atrik Is
till on und the excitement onabattd.
dred aud thirty new miners arrived yes
terday and went to work at Buchtel.
One hundred more are to arrive the
first of the week. The strikers are not
so violent as they were a week ago.
The guard at Snake Hollow and Halt
Moon in I no were tired on last night, but
only a lew shots were exchanged. The
coal syndicate Is moving all perishable
property from Mraltsvllle, with a view to
abandoning it a town of 8,000 people
dependent entirely ou thu coal business.
ihe Suuday Creek miners are still work-
lug, but will come out on tho Uth.
HASH HALL liUUVMlES.
(core of Gumii 1'laye I on Friiay,
Baltimore, Md. -St. Louis Unions, 7;
Baltimore Uuions, tl.
Washington, I). C. Natioual Unions,
18; Kansas City Unions, 5; six Innings.
Cluciunatl, O. Metropolitans, 13; Clu-
Louisville, Ky. Baltimores, 4, Louls-
Providence, R. I. Providence, 5;Cleve-
Philadelphia, Pa. Phlladelphias, 5;
Concord, X. II. Bostons, 13; Con
Boston. Mass. Pittsburgh Unions, t;
St. Louis, Mo. Athletics, 7i St.
Tbs Wr stlera.
Detkoit, Man., September G. About
1,500 people witnessed the double wrest-
llhg tournament at Recreation Park yes
terday afternoon. Coloml J. II. Mc
Laughlin, of Detroit, aud Hon. Goo. W.
Fiagg, of Vermont (Honorable because
be was chosen a member of the Vermont
Legislature at the recent election), con
tested lor the mixed wrestling champion
ship of the world, held by Flags, and
$500 a side.
II. M. Dulur. of Massachusetts, and
J. J. Benjamin, of Washington, wrestled
a straight collur-and-elbow match for tho
championship belt held by tho former,
and $500 a side.
The first bout was between Dufur and
Benjamin. Benjamin was throwu by a
half-hip hold. Time, six minutes.
Flagg and McLaughlin then wrestled
catch-as-catch-can. Fiagg weighed 241
pounds aud McLaughlin about tweuty
pounds less. They grappled four times.
Finally McLaughlin secured a body hold,
quickly changed it. to a neck hold and
threw his mau. Time, 22 minutes.
In the second bout between Benjamin
aud Dufur, the latter was throwu in one
and one-half minutes, making one fall
Tho battle of the giants began again
with a collar aud elbow bout. Left leg
play and wilful avoidauce of falls contin
ued for twelve minutes, when McLaugh
lin threw his opponent by a half-hip, but
it was declared no fall; but a half-hip
and twitch brought Flagg down, giving
McLaughlin the match. Time, fourteen
The next bout between Dufur and
Benjamin was won by Dufur In six
minutes. Benjamin was backed bv
McLaughlin In the contest, and i'lagg
by Dufur. l ho McLaughlin comblna.
tion seeming three falls against tho other
two, took the gato receipts.
Brighton Beach Races.
Nkw Yokk, September 6. The Bright
on Beach Races yesterday afternoon were
well patronized, although the weather
was extremely sultry. Tho event of tho
day was the capture of the seven-eighths
mile raco by Medusa. Tho following is
the summary ;
First Race For maidens of all ages,
three-quarters mile: Joe Sawyer, first;
Nellio Glenn, second; Norena, third.
Time, 1:18 1-2. Mutuals paid, $18.00.
Second Race-Irrespective of age or sex ;
seven-eighths of a mile; selling affair:
Charley Kenipland, first; Polonla, second ;
Ben Wooley, third. Time, 1:30 1-2.
Mutuals paid $14.80.
Third Race Uuder the same condi
tions as second race: Medusa, first;
Hotachlnile, second; Allanoke, third.
Time, 1 :31. Mutuals paid $140.55.
Fourth Race Handicap; one mile:
Glengarlne, first; Marsh Redan, second;
Lute String, third. Time, 1:4:1 1-2.
Mutuals paid $42.45.
F'ifth Race Consolation purse, mile
and a furlong: Pope Leo, first; Burton,
second; Greenland, third. Time, 2:00.
Mutuals paid $D.45.
Sixth Race Hurdles, over one mile
and a half and six jumps: Charley Epps,
first; Rebok, second; Bally, third. Time,
2:52. Mutuals paid, $21.00.
Another Failure for Jay-Eye-See.
Racine, Wis., September C Jay-Eye-See
aud 1'hallas attempted to break the
record on the Wisconsin Industrial As
sociation's half tulle track yesterday, in
the presence of 10,000 people, but failed.
Jay-Eyc-See made the mile in 2:19 1-4,
Without a break; Phallas trotted two
miles, the first ln2:21 1-2, and the second
Crowned While Bathing.
Toi.i.kston, Ini., September C II.
Harris, Michigan Ceutral operator 11 1
New Buffalo, with bis wife aud Miss
Emma Phillips, weut down to the mouth
of tho river to bathe last evening. Miss
Phillips ventured out a little too far, and
Mr. Harris having fears for her, went out,
when both got Into a deep hole aud were
Telegraph Offices Closed.
Nasiivii.i.k, Tenn., September C The
Western Union Telegraph Company has
closed up a large number of small olllces
In this State, nnd will close up more.
They say that the oppressive prlvllcgo tax
levied by Tennessee amounts iu many In
stances, to more than the gross receipts
of the oillec, and they cannot afford to
ru n at a clear loss to themselves. Among
those already closed are Toong, Medou,
Medina, Pension nnd Bradford.
White Lsad id Zino Works Burned.
Piiit.AOKi rniA, Pa., September C The
Gerard Whlto Lead and Zinc Works, on
Hamilton street below Twenty-third
street, burned this morning. The loss
an not be correctly emi mated at pres
snt.. It Is understood to be fully in
lured. With Hla Vftoe to the Grim Destroyer.
Lumpkin, (Ja., September 6. The
Simpson, pensioner of the war of 1813,
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
anient Consumption and for the re
liefof consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease, i or Sale
by all Dmggists. Price, 25 Cents.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
B.h Street, between (.'nm'l Ave. uud Levee.
CHOICE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AMUNITION.
Safe. Ue.ialred. All Kind, ol Key. ,Mnd.
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
fiole Ag-ciit foi the Colebratev'
Manufai turer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and Carpenter' Tools, Tah.'s
and 1'orket Cutlery, het In tho r.isrkrt. Itogurs
Bros.' Plated Knlve. Fork ami Sooon, (irmnte
Iron Ware, lierlla Kurthenuare, White Mountain
Freezer, Water ('nolers, Hufrijrerntors, Clothes
Wringer, Crown Fliltvr. .Step Ladder, Garden
Implement. Golden Mar Oil Stoves- boat in the
world, Lamp of everv decriition. Elaln Oil,
Carpet Sweeper, Feather Duster. Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol FiUini
The above at rock bottom prlrcs.
Corner I.Hh and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Ivi.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newland ami
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave., lot. rerith and Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished aud
put up. Ai;eut for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
he best pump ever Invented. New Oa Fixture
urnisher). to order. Old fixtures repaired aud
fcSrjobblng promptly attended to 31!Mf
ALL I J) AY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
'Tiyh-st Cftsb Pri-e Paid for Wheat.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAT 0!t HAND.
Milwaukee Eeer in keg and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
WO 00 PEK MONTH!
rJWV.Vl SALARY AND C0MMI981OS
tnrnmnetent bnlm- m ins.ppr for this rity (of
8tU?McV HESFOKSUbLK COMPANY-bas-lne
P'scloall s monopoly, rivalling the Tsls
Xn. I5W CASH IlKQL'IHKD for tl.OOO
Sa.MFLK OUTFIT. 8TAH.B.000DS Mo bonds.
Ho Particulars address, will) references.