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THE DAILY oAlRb nULLiiTtii: WEDNESDAY MoitNtNG, SEPfEliBER si, 18S4.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PATBIl OP ALEXANDER COUNTY
CMTKKEI) AT TIIE CAIRO POSTOrFICB FOB
TRANSMISSION THKOCOB THE MAILS AT
BKCOND CLASS RATES.
EVIH SALE. Hajrriock )'bai-ton, new. list Dries
r 1M. for $li.-lcquire of K. A. Burnett, Bulle
FOK HALE Haydnck Jump-seat Surrey, list Dries
$.', new, g(xl job, (or 15t. Inquire of K. A.
VOK 8ALB.-New Home Sewing Machine right
A1 from the factory, lift price $50 for flu, E. A.
Ij'OK 8ALK We hate jatt received a car load of
' toe Celebrated Studebaker Wagons, wblab ar
offered very clu-ap: a'ao tew bogres, spring
wagons, Ac. N. B. TUISl'LEWOUD & BliU.
i?OH EBNT Cuhl's residence praperty, s. e, cor.
-8 and Holbrook Ave. Fine story brick resi
dence of 10 ronms, elegantly flnlrbed Id modern
style: barn, outhoa es. etc. Lare yard with fruit
and sbrnboerry. Kent low to a eood tenant.
M. J.110WLKV, Agent.
F3R REST The large, commodious store room
and basement on Levee St., below 8th St., re
cently occupied by . B. Thlstlewood fit Bro.
M. J. IIowlit, Agent.
FOR RENT Residence property of Col. Jas. 8.
Kea-den on Fifteenth street. Bonsa contains
to rooms, has all needed conveniences and is to
good condition gene-ally.
M J. HOWLKT, Real Ktate Agent.
At Auction Valuable Eeal Estate
At tbe front door of the Court House, in Cairo,
Ills., at 2 P. M.,un
WEDNESDAY the 1st DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I will ofler for sale to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing, vry desirable property, via
Brick h jnse
and lot JHxlOO feet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Brewery, block: xn. uweuiog nous ana lots S3,
.14 and is, block 30, lth street. Dwellinv bouse
and lots SI and 82. block 79, Centre street. Lots
t and S. block 48, 1st addition. Poplar street; lot
14, block 11, 1st addition, near the New York store;
lot tt, block 3 J, l.th street.
This is very desirable property, situated In the
business centres of the city, and now that it is cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a great railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoitunity for
investment nomaeiy to occur seam.
TKKMS H cash, bal. 6 and 11 months secured
with 8 per cent interest, or S per cent off for cash.
For further Information inquire of
G. S. PIDQEOS.
M. J. HOWLEY, Agent.
Mrs. Parsons is back from the east.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
The "Cairos" will go to Vandalia Fri
day to play the "Clips," of that city at a
match game of base ball.
Miss Annie Madden, of St. Louis, hat
been employed by Mrs. L. . Williamson as
head Dtillener, tor the season.
Monday night, at hia office on Eighth
street, Ju.dge Kobiuson united Mr. Jno. W.
Co-ik and Miss Provey Works in marriage.
Two colored barbers on Eighth Btreet,
had a verbal mu 1 throwing match yester
day and were both fined by Magistrate
The RfrVHn nristoriHTi convicts! of varl-
, . . ... . -
ous crimes at the term of the circuit court
just closed, were conducted to Chester last
evening by Sherifi Hodges.
A brother of Mr. 0. A. Phelps, ar
rived with his family iu the city yesterday
from Muscatine, Iowa, and will probably
take up their permanent residence here.
Mr. W.B. Gilbert and family returned
to Cairo by tbe eleven o'clock train yester
day. Masters Miles and Will'e Gilbert
were left at Titcine College, Ricine. Wis
consin. The t.me for the departure of the
Cairo & St. Louis passenger train trom the
Union Depot here, has been changed from
11:45 to 10: 15 a. m., beginning with yes
Mr. George Fisher ma le a flying trip
to New Madrid Monday, aeturning yester
day. He speaks very favorably of the
country and particularly of the Texas and
St. Louis road, which, he says, is in excel
Mrs. L. E. Williamson has returned
home from St. Louis after an absence of
several days, having purchased a large
stock of all the latest novelties and styles
in millenery and fancy goods, although the
majority of her stock has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co., and W. II. Lyons, of
which she is receiving dail.
lioo. r. t. Aiongnt continues every
day to subject Cept. Thomas to a scalping'
At Jonesboro he did the operation so suc
cessfully that both the Republicans and
Democrats joined in loud applause at every
flourish of tbe knife, and Capt. Thomas
was a sorry spectacle when the debate was
Lt evening Miss Maud Burnett was
much improved. Dr. Strong was of the
opinion that if she contiuued to improve to
day and to-morrow, as she did during
yesterday, she would be out of danger.
she has been conscious throughout her
sickness and has been able to speak
faintly; but otherwise she has been help
Sheriff Hodges sold out the Palace
clothing house stock at auction yesterday
jnornlog at 10 o clock. It was a matter of
DUI a lew minutes, me wnoie stock was
bought by Messrs. J. and A. Levi, tbe pre
ferred creaiton, ror iw.uvu. sir. ivi is
uocleto Mrs. Samuel Burger. The bus
uH will continue in bis name and will be
under tbe direction of Mr. Samuel Burger
The Store will probably be in full blast
Cap'. Kitnbrough arrived home ye.
terdiy morning. His boat, the Ella Kim
brougb, which sunk several days ago la the
Qp rirer, is la the hands of tbe under
writers and will probably be raised. She
lies la seven feet of water and it not very
much damaged. Several thousand sacks
ot grain went down with ber, but all was
insured. The boat was insured for $5,000
and valued at about (9,000. She was on
her last trip and -within twenty-five miles
of her destination when she struck on a
suai? and went down. The Capt. will re
main here until the underwriter shall
have done what they purpose to do in the
An old negro named Page Wallace was
arrested by Officer Hogan Monday night
on the charge of arson. He bad attempted
to set fire (o the two story framo building
near the corner of Fourteenth and Poplar
streets, by throwing a burning lamp wick
on the floor. Some women who were in
the house threw the wick out and be went
and threw it back, causing a stampede and
a great noise. When officers got atter him,
Wallace ran into Lancaster & Rice's lum
ber yard where he was captured after a
lively chase and hunt. The evidence
against him in the court yesterday was not
sufficient to justify in holding him to bail
under the charge indicted, and he "was dis
charged. To-diy appears the first advertisement
for the opera house, andjtheater-goers will
doubtless read it with pleasure. We have
no doubt that the lovers of pure unadul
terated fun without vulgarity, and dramat
ic action that never flags, will hail with de
light the approaching engagement of the
Flora Moore "Bunch of Keys" Co. Miss
Moore is supported by a cast of artists un
equalled in the interpretation of genteel
comedy. The musical selections have been
culled from tbe mut popular airs of the
day, and rendered by cultured vocalists.
The scenic effects (including the Grand
View hotel set, which is a marvel of me
chanical skill) are entirely new and from
improved designs, and well worth the price
of admission alone.
The Tens & St. Liuis roa I commen
ced transferring at their Bird's Point in
cline last evening. The work done has
been very extensive and massive, consisting
of a reconstruction of the tricks and road
bed, and its protection against the action
of the . current, by driving about niuety
pile', sixty feet long, twenty feet into the
sandy b ittom of the river. But more ex
tensive work is still in contemplation.
This wi'.l onsist of rack revetment and
mattress work along the river bank above
the incline and below it, so as to prevent
tbe cutting away of the bank and the
constant destruction on the incline. Rock
for this work is already under way to the
scene of the intended work. The little
Texas & St. Louis is now in excellent trim
in every way and is doing a rousing busi
ness, and she deserves all she gets.
At the residence of Mr. Peter Neff
Monday night, the wedding of Mr. Con-
rad Alba and Misi Barbara Nefi took
place, amid great festivity. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Schuchart, of the
German Lutheran church, in the presence
of a considerable number of friends of both
After the impressive ceremony was
concluded and the customary congratu
lations given, the company all partook of
an excellent feast prepared for the occasion ;
and then "good byes" were said and Mr.
and Mrs. Alba left on the night train for
Chicago, from whence they will go to Mil
waukee and other places of interest, re
turning in several weeks to reside in a
newly and elegantly furniehed little bouse
on Nineth, near Walnut street.
Of the the many presents we are permit
ted to publish the following:
Gold watch and chain, set ear rings,
bracelets from the groom.
Painted vises, Miss Hattie Schuh.
Silver butter knife, Miss Alice Cruse, of
Silver jewelry case and vases, Calvin
Neff and Will Neff.
Perfumery bottle, Henry Goettle.
Perfumery case, F. Korsmeyer.
Statuette Justice, on marble stand, Mrs,
Tom Kerth and Mrs. J. M. Cotter.
Heavy silver tea set, Frad Bross, Paul G.
Schuh, Harry W. Schuh, Harry Gossman.
Chas. Frank. Rud Hebsacker. Mat. C.
Metzgar, John A. Miller.
Silver spoon holder, Miss Mary 8o-
Pickle caster, Mrs. Leo. Kleb.
Pickle caster, brother of bride.
Pickle fork, Mrs. B. R. Schuh.
Berry dish, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Savage.
Elegant pitcher, Miss Mttie Savage.
Silver table spoons, Harry Scbulze and
Large album, Ed L. Weil.
Pin cushion and two cologne bottles.
Miss A. Mary Eble.
Broom and bolder, Emma Weil.
Pin cushion and two cologne bottles,
Eillie and Annie Kleb.
Berry dish, Mis. F. M. 8tockfleth.
Towels and napkins, Louisa Gates.
Set napkins, Mrs, Louis Blatteau.
Table cover, Fred Harris.
Napkin rings. Nellie MUenheimer,
Table cloth, G. W. Buchannon and
Bed spread aud pillow shams, Mrs.
Napkins, Alvin Harris.
Bed spread, Mrs. Augusta Hanis.
Hug, Goldstine and Rosenwater.
Fluter, C. W. Henderson.
FOUNDERED AT SEA.
The English Gun-Boat Woap Goes'
;.Down Off the Irish
Only Six Persona Out of a Grew of Sixty
or 8eventy Saved Weakness of
the English Navy.
Gordon Relief Expedition Rebel Rein
forcements at Khartoum Leave
FOUSDKBRI) AT SKA.
Loaaoa, September 23. A dispatch
has Jast been received anouActDg thai
the British gunboat Wasp has foundered
off the Irish coast. All tout six of those
on board perished.
A later dispatch aays the Wasp was
wrecked on Tory Island, off the North
west coast ot Inland, County Donegal.
Crews of gunboats of the description ol
tbe Waap generally number between sixty
and seventy peraocs.
WKAINKS8 CV TBI MOUSfl AVV.
London, September 23. English news
papers, probably tbe Times aad Pall Hall
Gazttte, commenting upon a vigorous
campaign in Egypt, iavor an increase in
the navy, and maintain that the French
navy Id eqaal it not superior to England.
A revelation of the weakness of the Bo
gllsh fleet, they contend, would almost
create a panic
London, September 28. An Alexan
dria dispatch says the first shipment of
boata to navigate tho Nile, hat arrived
safely and been forwarded to Assooan.
GORDON RELIEF EXPEDITION.
Cairo, September 23. Lord Wolselcy
and staff start for Wady Haifa Saturday,
by which time the troops necessary for
the relief of Khartoum wilt have arrived
there. The expedition will then proceed
by water to Dongola, from whence, un
less the necessity tor an expedition be
yond that point has ceased, a flying col
umn, It is thought, will be sent across tbe
desert to Khartoum. Egyptian soldiers
will garrison the baso of operations, and
only British troops will be drafted for the
EL MAIIDI KKINFORCED.
A merchant who has jast arrived at
Dongola from EI Obeid reports that the
Matidi has 25,000 followers, 10,000 Rem
ington and twenty Krupp guns, and in
tends marching on Khartoum.
LEAVK OV ABSENCE.
London September 23. United States
Consul-General Merritt sailed to-day lor
America on a leave oi ubneue.
A. P. Jones, speculator In ttocfcs, .New
Several stores were destroyed by flre
at Lonoke, Ark.
Thomas Clothier, a carpenter at Car
rollton, IU., was killed by a fall.
Thieves stole $200 from the bookstore
of Mrs. Haines, at Moberly, Mo.
Manager Merrill of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Road is cry 1U.
Hiram V. Hooper, a prominent mer
chant of Nashville, Tenn., died at Louis
ville. Tailors of Davenport, Hock Island and
Mollne all left their benches and are on a
In digging a well at Denlaoo, Tex., Ue
workmen struck gold, aad the whole
town Is excited.
Receipts of wheat at Minneapolis yes
terday were over 300,000 bushels, the
largest this season.
One Dodson killed Charles Tracy, a
farmer at Seymour, Webster County, Mo.,
with a piece of timber.
At Ileomansvllle, Miss., a negro was
hanged by citizens for on attempt to com
mit a brutal assault oa a young lady.
James Gordon Bennett, o the New
York Herald, was badly shaken up la a
railroad accident near San Pntoclsco.
Sections ot freight train on the
Missouri Pacific collided at Sprlngsdale
bridge, Mo. One man was seriously
ily the collision of two freight trains
on the Hannibal Road near Cambria,
Mo., three men were killed and one other
Hon. Harry Clay, grandson ot the il
lustrious Henry Clay, died from the
wounds Inflicted by Saloon-keeper Wep-
ler, of Louisville.
One of the finest business blocks In
Portland, Ore., was destroyed by fire.
Eureka, Kev., was also visited by a dls
At Portland Station, Mo., a drunken
man tnrew a coal oil lamp at O. V. Wes
son, a saloon-keeper. His clothes took
flre and he was fatally burned.
Chas. T. Noland, a lawyer of Spring
field, Mo., shot Samuel Odall, bote!
keeper, the latter having made an at
tack on the former. The wounds are not
The Greene County (Mo.) Court
made an order submitting a proposi
tion to the voters to compromise the
outstanding railroad bond debt ot the
ooanty in new six per cent, bonds.
Sadie Robinson, a twelve-year-old girl
of rarmlagaam, Mass., paeked a valise
wtth 960,000 wortn ot diamonds and
negotiable bonds belonging to her mother
and prepared to eloped but was arrested
The assistant Adjutant-General ot tbe
Grand Army oi tne Uepoblte has ealled
toe aiieniioa ot tne organization to an
article In the rules which prohibits the
organization irosa being used for parti
The price of corn yesterday was five
cents hlsbcr at Calcofo Una was paid
ror no. ? spring wneat one oi the lea'
tnres oi moaara mar acts when comers
are constantly betas made. The
"squeesorlsooeoftue tightest In the
history ot speculation.
The OoVd ftseuerv.
Wasuikwut, D. C., September US
The (old In reserve In the Trtaawry ts
day ajooaata to tnk06Q000, an laverrase
olooovt 918,000,000 dorUg tho past few
Bum red DfAlett'oa Danied.
New York, Soptember28 olflcers
of tbe Farmers' Loan and 'I l nst C mpairy
ofllclally di-iiy that there hns uuuu uy de
falcation lu that Institution, 'i'lio minor
was starteJ because AsaUtant bcntary
Mun did not appear as usual ye terday.
Nearly Took the Town.
Eureka, Ngv., September 23. Fire
yesterday came near destroying the whole
city. It raged two hours and burned ten
buildings, the principal among them be- I
log the Ilarker House and the White
Pine Bunk. The losses are 170,000; the
Insurance Is unknown.
Why la TkU Thur
Little Rock, Ark., September 23. An
Indian Territory special says: "Ground
Hog, who was sentenced to be hanged at
Tshlequab, Cherokee Nation, September
20, was granted an unconditional pardon
and set at liberty. Preparations for the
execution had been completed. He was
convicted of the murder of Urcott Moore,
about a year ago.
Many Native Cattle Dying of Texaa
Leavenworth, Kas., September 23.
The fatal cattle disease here turns oot to
Le Texas fever, coming trom a herd
driven through some time ago. Many na
tive cattle lu the city and adjacent coun
try have died; but as native cattle can
not communicate it to each other, It is
believed the disease will soon be atoniped
Xust Hivj Been Used to It.
Ixdiasa, Pa., September 23. Joe
Carver was hanged this morning. The
gallows wsa erected rn the yaxd north oi
the jail. Only the jury aad reporters
were admitted. Carver ate a hearty sap
pur and slept well, coBsumisn a heavy
breakfast, alter which he smoked a ckgor,
seeming utterly unconcerned. A Catho
lic priest accompanied him to the
Joequtn After the Daaites.
Nkw York, September 23. Max Bch-
art has arranged with Joaquin Miller for
a lecture tour through this country, to
will treat such subjects as the stealing ol
Stewart's body; lives of Gould and Van-
uerbilt, Wall street operations, Grant
and in associated, etc
Over the Border.
Mom real, Can., September 23 An
insurance agent and promoter of compa
nies here, named A. Dickson, who has
been specu allng heavily, has dWap-
peared from the city. It Is believed he
bus gone over the border. Ills debts are
faid to amount to thousands. Detec
tives have gone after tti fugit.ve. He
got several days' start, biviug led on
GraUn and Provisions.
Tl KrilMV, SEPTEMBER 2a, lf81.
UirroK Steady: utddnuir. j' till:.
VuovH-tivuHdy. XXA. to ciiuiue. liij J-U,
uai-neater: no. z ilea 7irt!e7Bfco:
AO. nea. vhaaovtc.
COM Httfhcr: So. 3 mlxeA M&Mo: So.
waite Biizeo, one.
UATS-Weaker; No. & zatbHo.
Kyo Lower: So. 1 INsteuo.
TooACOii Jrrrm: rare ooromon to eboiee
teiKntaiaW; leaf: common red leaf. tl&XI
ju.uu: mfiiuiQ to rooa wjv ituo.
U at frmkrM a&SMdS.ou tor prime to choice
newt oover bum. tor common vt
prime: cboice now U motor. fU.OoislO.a): fan
Burrasv nnurn caoiceto taocr nrvamerr
ZXtXIa: dairy, cboice to looey, ift&fio; kw
Jtuus tower; irean stoco, lie ter
IHwAtots Steady, at 30337Ho per busheu
Poms fleeody; newness. S17.00.
Laud Ouiet: prltne steam, 7Hto7ke.
U . m UlUMUlift. ahAMj 111.
clew noe. wvttlic, au paeatxL
v oob Tub-wasnea. cnoioe. zmsmo: fair.
rKc; dlnrr oaa tov sr4USc. Unwashed
Choice media ax ZOHQlc; rood average me
dium IMalDc; selected UVht fine 17'l(o; irool
rerage, lftano; nesrr imiac: conablnx.
biooa. aOPfto: comoinir, tow irreuui. AVh:
HlDB-Ouiet: dry maw too: daaiae1,
IMs: bulls or star. 10a; dry satle I,
VW. Crr sailed, aaiaaveo. so: Kip and
cair. salted W, damasod. evta; duus anl
suirA. 6 Ho; green, u no a rod, 7oi dainaired.
barnar paur vvesat rreen. 7& &aoo; drr
do. SUaToo.. as to amount and iiuaillror wool:
treea saearunvs. iMtJuc; early gncarea, a)j
oc; rreen tamo auna.
Woiir HLrher; October. tt&Wc: No
vember, THVic; iieocmDer. Junua -y.
COB.n Lowtr; nierarjer. ,oc: ttcto'ier,
Kc; November. i'o; year, )c; hay,
UATft weaaer; nepiemrjer, zajnc; uctoer,
ZVio; . Movemner, 2ohc; rear, r&c;
Pork Lower; September, ; Octo
ber. SM.T6; rear, IUJa; January,
f T.ao: November, STJiO; December. :
bHOwr Kias 'X'pteniDer, fio.vi: uctouer.
W mat Weaker: No. Bed. SeDtemlxr
aAun: October, ssvc: November, esvc: lie-
ceinber, W4o; January, tic February, Kic;
ctmn liower; September. SIVc: Octobor,
SOa; November, ASho; Uecetuber, 41; Vi Jaa-
Bllic; November, ac.
Live Stock Markets.
Ilrxut ReoolnW. I4.CKO: murkot slow &OlOo
luwer: irood g-ia-ners, H.WV't; Ughi. 9bWt
6.110; routrn pacaiuir, .-hoo.k; neavy pncn
lnif and saiDOiair.
C'ATTLBv-Kocelpiit, 7,UU0; market weaker;
Rood to choice.
&.i)MSS.t5: common to ralr, ft.o0(9.aii; Tex-
8nr KwtfllpW, S.0U0; steady; common to
('Arrta Market dull and lower with Vft car
loads on aaiet extra cattle of from 1,0U) to
1.(0) pound, &.mA.V: from IJtQ) to 1.3t)
txtulKia, asrWiM.Sft: good to cboice steers from
.owe, sa.8AtJ ateckers and fielurs,
mi Live COWS.
an SO: market clonea weak.
shkkf ikd LMtm Market unsettled: mo-
diiiui to nod, Si.WfiM.iW; (rood to caoioe, $1.1A
tUMi good to caotve western lumbe, i.SUit
utt- snaria. Ofi.ua 00.
lloos Market dnll; Rood to cholcy York
ora. a.0mi.l truMn, sa.tt&ftUO; tutcb-
era' R rud mi, 6J0.10; extra heavy, assv.
rAm.R HttoelDla. .! market weak: na
tives 10t lower: erais txana WSffOo lower;
eipnns, sa.ut40Jtt; rood to cWxoe abtppln.
l6.tOiiS.B6: eomrnon to DVTwcn, S.fMj.0:
(eedera.f4.0r4l4.an: mil, W. 008.60; RraM
xViai DttKirs, t.tossa.su.
II mis Unmlnta. ZJiOO: Hirht snntilv and Arm-
tr; lots of S4S to IWS pounds SS.MAaA.1S; mnlu-
UoetlDta, I.WH: quiet: natives, av-
iraflncN pounlsavetave Sa.au.
WM. I. DAVIDSON,
Jj - .j gat ltv
Ageut for Adams & Westliike Oil. GaHolino and Gas toves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking- Cultivators,
torn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, oSSoTm
TKLKPHONK NO. UO.
MEN'S & BOYS'
13G Commercial Avenue,
WM. LDDW1G. & CO.,
Hamess, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling ttags, frhawl Straps,
and Oil and
SOLE AGENTS. FOIt
Repairing done on Short Noiice in their
ces Letore purclnsng elsewhere. The largest
" FEONT! "
Grand Opening Season!
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Xight Only.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1.
The Uuapproacbable C mdleuDe,
The Banner Success,
"A Bunch of Keys!"
W. C. Crosbie, Sophie Lingwood,
Barney Fagon, Maud Biker,
Chas. Sawtelle, Minnie Lucsstone,
Harry Booker, Jennie Bartine,
J. II.Branick, William Kyno,
Tlie Grand View Hotel Set
Its entlrelr. Orlclnal Music, elegant
IVPrleesof Admlesloo, AO and 75c.
The Eegnlar Cairo A Fadncah Daily
HRNRY E. TAYLOH, Master.
UKOUQI JOBKb. Clerk. .
lJives P.tducsh fdrClro dally (Naudays except
ed) at 8 a. m ., and Monad City at 1 p. m. Hetarc
ag-, learn Cairo at 4 p.m.: MoondCltvatSp.m
and Agate "Ware,
Cooler & ICC Creaill Freezei'S.
- - flllRO. ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds of
LARGEST VARIETY OF
THE NOVELTY TKUNK.
Line of Business. Eiamine goids aud pri
stock in the city at 122 Commercial Avu.
Wm. LutHvig & Co.
130 &c 138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete 1Id of
Linm; Goods, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy stock ol Body Brussels, Taper
tries aud Inicraln
A full slock of Oil Clo'.bs, all sixes and prices.
All Unods nt Hottom .Priotwt
Ut. a. SMITH.
IUBIBT a. SMITH
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL,
IfEW YORK STORE,
- WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL.
Th Iwt Variety Stock
IN. TI1K CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
0or. Nineteenth street! Po5. III
Commercial Avenue f .alltt 1J
PT. JUNE 17tm, 18M tV