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CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28,. 1834.
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Dr. Prlci'f Lupulin Yeast Gems
For Light, H.althr Bmui, Th. B.t Dry II. p
Vent In lb. World.
FOR SALE BY CROCERS.
CHICAGO. - ST. LOUIi.
0. W. HENDERSON,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
also carries the tirgeit tod belt selected ttuck ol
eer brought to the city. Price, ranging from the
loaesl lor a cheap Hove opto the cluee.t figures
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builder.' IWrdwtre, and aromplete assortment of
Tinware, Granllearare, Earthenware and g-neral
Una of House Purntabinir Oooda, Lamp., Fixtures,
etc. Call and rxamln,. before purchasing.
Corner 12th and Commercial Arenoe, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. la.
Goldstine & Rosemvater
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
hire fall and com plot lint of
Llntm Goods, Duatera, Notions, Etc.
A heavy atock ot Body Bruitolf, Taper
trie aud Ingrain
A full atock of Oil Clo'bi, all else and prices.
All Uoodt at Bottom Priori
-Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th 8troei, between Com'l Ave, ami Lcvoo.
CUOKE BOUINO A 8PECIAL TV
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Sara Heaaired. All Kinds ol Ken Mid.
Manufacturer and Dcalor In
Sheboygan Mineral Bpringra vyatcr,
ALWAT ON 1UN1).
Milwaukee Beer lo kcs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Coui'l
- Cairo, Ills.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largsst Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD Vj2UY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
GOING AFTER FURNIVAL.
Tho Sheriff of Nance County Thinks
He Has Located His
And Haying Procured a Bequisition
From the Governor of Nebraska, Is
On His Way to Secure Him.
New Evidence Discovered During the
Past Week Others Besides Fur
Omaha, Neb., October 27. Sheriff
Zlbbell of NftD.cu County was In tho -city
yesterday on Ms way to Mississippi after
a man supposed to be Georgo i'uruival,
charged with the murder ot Harry Per
cival, wilo and child, and Messrs. Bond
and Malr, In Nance County, a few weeks
ap. Zibbeil, who was very close
mouthed, would not state to what part
ol Mississippi ha was going,
Dor wou d be say whether
the suspected person was in custody, or
belug shadowed. lie has received sev
eral teirgrami from some point in Mis
sissippi ubout a man, and seemed to feel
rattier confident that the suspect is nono
otner fhau Furnlval, Sheriff Zlbbell,
who loft Omaha yesterday afternooo,
took with blm a requisition to the Gov
ernor of Mississippi lor Furnlval, nd
this looks as though the right man bad
been traced to his bldlDg p.ace.
DarLog tho past week some new de
velopments have been made in the mys
tery, among which Is the discovery of
Mrs. Perclvai's underclothing, iociudlng
a Chemise, which was found secretod In
a corner of the house. The chemise was
cut across the breast with a knife, and
looked as II It had been torn from Mrs.
Perclval's body. Sheriff Zibble Intimates
that others beside Furnlval are suspected
ol being Implicated In the tffair, or of
Knowing something about It. Detectives
are still eudeavorlug to unravel the mys
tery. "EW WJUNKLES.
The Harry Watson Comedy Company
Comes to Grief. .
I:eii.kvii.lh, lit., October 27. Tho
Harry Watsou Comedy Company is no
more. It was p'aylng "Wrinkles" at
Bellevlllo last night, and the play had
progress as far as the first aceuo In
the second act when the drop curtain
came down with an emphasis that in
dicated something had happened. Then
a man, in apparent 111 bu nor, step, e J
from behind upon the siao and said:
"Ladies and gentlemen, there will be no
more show here tu-uight." Somo of
the audience began to leave, but others
wanted to know what they
bad pakl their money lor.
'Kogec fewecny" or Harry Clarke
then stepped forward and explained that
the actors bad no money, but the manag
ers In the box ofllce were responsible.
A majority of the audience lingered
around uutil their tickets of admission
were returned with the understanding
tint they would be redeemed. In the
meantime an exciting scene occurred
when one of the audience started to
carry offian actor's trunk which had been
packed and placed in front ot the stige.
Several of the company claimed to be
h avy losers by the breaking of the com
pany. ts members left for St. Louis on
the' 0:45 a. m. train, and arc now in that
BY 1IEU MOTUEU'S ORDERS.
A Young- Lady Forcibly Carried Away
To An Xoaane Asylum.
Xkxia, T., October 27. A sensation
has been caused here by tho kidnaping of
Miss Nolllo Ormlsby, and her burrlod re
moval to an Insano asylum near Provi
dence, li. I. Miss Ormlsby resided hero
with ber motner nntli Saturday, her fath
er, Prof. Georgn S. Ormlsby, who was
formerly superintendent of the Xeula
public schools, being at present In Lon
don. The young lady hud been vlsltlug
friends In Chicago and unpleasant reports
bad bcon circulated about ber.
Sho returned to her mother's house
yesterday, aud upon entering Imme
diately declared her Intention of going
away In a few days never to return. Mrs.
Ormlsby at onco too steps to place her
m au asylum. At ten o'clock ten able
bodied men drove to the house in a closo
carriage, to which Miss Ormlsby was
forcibly carried, despite her screams and
resistance. Tbo carriage was driven to
the railway sta.lon, and the glri aud her
attendants took tho east-bound train.
It Is suld that Mrs. Ormlsby has a cer
tificate fruru a Xcnta physlcla", stating
that bur daughter Is a fit subject for an
lnsauo asylum. Thef uully Is well-known,
and a brother of tho young lady Is an
ofllocr In tho Navy. .
THE FATHER'S OllIEF.
Jt Prove Stronffer Than tho Man'a
Chicago, Im, October 27. George
W. Stoutcnburg, a wealthy aqd promt
nont citizen of Chicago, and until re
cently a partner In the large wholesale
drag buuso of Lord, Stontenborg A Co.,
doing business at Nob. 73 and 74 Wabash
avenao, o mraltted sulcido at his resi
dence In the suburb of Lakeside, yester
day morning at six o'clock, by shooting
himself In tbo right templo with a thirty
two caliber revolver. Mr. Stouten
burg retired from business tho fore
part of this year, the firm caiuo being
changed to Lord, Owen & Co,
tin bad boei very mm h depressed In
spirit since the death of his daughter,
which occorr d two years or more ago,
and tho extremely delicate) conditiou ol
his only aon'i hea4h lurtaer addod to hli
doprcswd condition of mind. Yesterday
aiorolng he aroso while his family wors
Mill steeping and pasted down stairs to
the grounds In front ot his residence,
whero he committed the deed. Mr.
Stootoubmrg was about fifty years old,
and loaves a wile aad one son auity pro
Xt t !? a Oaler XariarM From Bis
LU lata Ua Hmda 1 the Toil.
I OiLViMTOV. TlUL.' October 17
"Bud," alias Jcft . Bhodes, who shot
and bowie-knlfed his wlo, a bcautlfal
octoroon, war captured Saturday at
the cast aadei the lilaad, tear th bo4t
1 1 jhb tu awanasvifMi ms iwmf
deed, ho started to hunt tbo man whom
ho charges was his wife's seducer. Fall
ing to dud his victim, and lured by a hor
rible fascination, ho revisited the scene
of his crime, and from an adjoining yard
witnessed the coroner's examination of
the body. Tbcnco he took refuge under
an overturned boat, where ho had re
mained ever since without eating.
i DWVEX BV HUNGER,
he contemplated robbing a dwelling in
the vlnclnity, and was in the act when
discovered by the inmites, . who tele
phoned the police. Tbo capture was
effected without resistance. Rhodes was
armed with the pistol with which ho
committed the murder. From a letter
found on his person he evidently contem
plated sulcido. Rhodes exonorated Sam
Wilson, who Is charged with being an
. INTENSE EXCITEMENT
was created by the capture. Crowds
followed the prisoner through tho street
and surrounded the jail, but made no de
monstration toward lynching him.
Rhodes Is a prominent member of the
United Brethren of Friendship, a colored
order which Is very s rong In the city
and State, and which, It la said, will
do all In its power to save blm from the
Brotlwr and Sister Killed by a Train.
Omaha, Neb.,' October 27. Informa
tion was received yesterday of the acci
dental death of George II all, formerly of
Omaha, and his sister near North Adams,
Mass., by being run over by a railroad
train while urosslng tho track In a bug
gy. LUll hid both legs broken and hU
skull fractured, and his sister had hrr
skull crushed. They were tho oo.y chil
dren of an aged widow at Stamford,
Vt., and were on their way home. Hull
was formerly employed for several yrars
as bookkeeper for Barkaiow Brothers,
railroad news agents here.
Burned to a Crisp.
Dayton, 0., October 27. Mrs. Eimlra
Lester, a lady aged forty-eight, while
stirring tho kitchen fire at her residence
on Long street bad the fire communicate
with her clothing, She went into the
sitting room, in the draft, and not until
the chair was on lire Old sho notice her
daDger. The drait of open doors fanned
the flames, and before her son, who was
in the yard, could come to her rescue, sho
fell on the flour, and In two minutes was
dead, her legs and breast being burned
almost to crisp.
Indicted For Murder.
Mitchell, Dak., October 27. In tho
District Court Saturday the Grand Jury
brought in an Indictment against II. N.
Lewis, for the murder of Captain Pierbe,
City Marshal of Mitchell, who was shot
last spring. A motion for a change of
venue was overruled and a special term
for the trial ot this case will be he.d
about the middle of December, for which
term a venire for 800 jurors will be Is
sued. CUT TO riECES.
Three Brothers Horribly Mutilate a
Wilmot, 0., October 27. Three young
men, brothers, named Tamm, quarreled
with a stranger near hero yesterday, one
of tho brothers being badly whipped,
when all three went at the stranger with
knives, and liter a ly cut him to pieces.
His eyes were cut entirely out, and his
body mutilated unspeakaoly la a hor
rible manucr Two of the murderers
havo been arrested.
Servad Him Blg-hU
riTTsnuRon, Pa., October 27. About
one o'clock this morning a colored
woman named Carrie Johnston shot and
killed her lover, Georgo Walters, at 103
Water street. The cause of tho shoot
ing was jealousy. Walters, although a
married man with children, had been
keeplug company with the woman moro
than a year. The police found the wo
man fondling and kissing her dying vic
tim. Sho readily acknowledged tho
shooting, which was witnessed by sev
eral others. They locked her np.
The drought in Northern Texas Is
A very heavy snow foil at Cheyenno,
It is denied that there Is any cholera at
Richard Ilolley shot Henry Wiley dcad
at Franklin, la.
King Leopold of Belgium has opposed
the formation of the new Cabinet.
Riots occurred in Belgium during tho
election of commercial representatives.
A passenger train on tho Manitoba
Road was completely wrecked near Ada,
The Duke of Cumberland has beon ad
vised to abdicate In favor ot tho son ot
The flouring mills of Cuarlos II. IIlll &
Co. at Manchester, N. II., wore destroyed
by tire Saturday morning.
The jury In tho Wilson murtkr caso at
Lexington, Mo., returned .a verdict of
guilty In the first degreo.
. China will call all tho lmporlal Princes
together and then decldo whothcr or not
to go to war with France.
C. F. Johnson, a Swedo, was thrown
over a bridge by robltcrs at Leavenworth,
Kas., and fatally lnjurod.
Miss Amelia Burgnor, a public school
teacher at Columbus, O., was thrown
from a buggy aud killed Satu: day even
ing. Urlflla llalstead, father of Marat Hal
stead of the Cluoinnatl Cotwcfc( (7f
fall from a brldgo and br.ko his
It Is roporterf that Herbert Bismarck
has been roado UudernSucretory of For
elgn affairs of Germany la placo ot Dr.
The Houston (Tax.) QhroMt, a new
DomocraUo daily pastor, made Its first
apcoarance ytsterduy,.wlth J. W. Mitchell
Howard Rulllvan, convlctod ot tho
murder of Klla Waoson, has beca sen
tenced to bo hanged December 8d at Sa
lem, N. J.
The people of Jackson, Mo., are re
JoloiDg over havrmr, trains coming; In on
the Jaekscm Branch Line, aad the town
Is booming, s
Junes M. Leo, a distinguished lawyer
of New Orfraos btorv M wr, but who
resrik d atUrly si JUtlsctoo. Va., died
at WUxeiibarra, ra.
United 8taUa DiarrM Judfte lloffmai,
of Baa Itaaofato, Cai. sewtweed Taoas
si lsjs.it H tttsfat iaiatr
Shown by a Brakeman Who Wai
Thrown From Hla
Horribly Mutilatid, His Arm Out Off at
the Shoulder, and Several Bones
Broken Under the Wheels,
He Pluckily S'.arts For the Nearest Town,
Carrying His , Dismembered
Limb With Him.
Port Jkkvis, N. Y., October 27. An
instance of most remarkable nerve and
endurance Is reported from the Susque
hanna Division of the New York, Lake
Erie & Western Railroad. While a
freight train on that division was ap
proaching Kimlra, a brakeman named,
Daniel Thomas, was missing. Two
men and a locomotive were sent
back to look for him, as ho had
evidently fallen from tbo train.
A mile this side of Seeiy's Creek Bridge,
they met Thomas walking toward Elmira
on the east bound track. Ills clothing
was nearly all torn from his body and he
was covered with hood. His right arm
had been cut off at tne shoulder
by the car-wbecls aud ho was carry
ing the severed member in his leit
band, which was clasped about tbo
Augers ot the severed baud. His collar
bone was broki-n in two places, tour ribs
were fractured, his head was badly cut
and he was terribly cut. He had been
thrown'froin a car by a sudden lurch of
the train. He said that as soon as could
recover himself, after the train bad passed
over his arm, he regained his feet, hunted
up his arm and started up the track, hop
ing to meet with help. He had walked
nearly a mile wtien ho met tho locomo
tive. Notwithstanding his terrible in
juries, Thomas never lost consciousness.
He was taken to Dr. UpUeiiraff's t tike in
Elmira, where he was given all the aid
possible. Notwithstanding his wonder
ful nerve, it Is feared that bis wounds
will result fatally.
How tha Bets on the Election ara Going.
Cuvoago, III., October 27. Within
the ps t few days tne number of people
wlillLg to risk money on tbo resuit of
the November election has greatly in
creased, and many wagers have been
made in the various pool rooms. On the
whole Blaine is slightly the favorite, $10
to $7, and $3 being freely offered that ha
wtl be tho next l'resldeut. Ou tho re
sult In States the betting is even
that Cleveland will carry New
York and West Virginia. Two
to one ar offered that Blaine
will carry Ohto, and three to live tiiat be
will carry South Carolina. Many bets
have been made at these tigures. On In
diana even money is offered that Blaine
will carry the state. Thero will be a
great deal of betting this week. Among
Bialne man there a,'pe:irs to be more con
fidence tuan Is shown by those who offer
money on Cleve.aud. Yesterday a mau
offered $3 to $1 that Blaine would carry
'TWAS OX HIS SOUL.
Death-Bed Conf jsaion of a Foul Mur
der. Bcttk City, M. T., October !.). Tho
sequel to the cold-blooded and mysterious
murder four years ago of John Denn, a
wealthy wbolesalo liquor dealer ot Hel
ena, has just come to light. He was ac
customed to carry on his person large
sums ot money. Ho was ono day touud
in a cellar beneath bis store, with his skull
crushed in from ajlow of a hammer, and
his pockets turned inside out. No ciuu
was discovered to tho murderer.
Information has been recelvod to-day
tha1 John Buckuey, formerly keeper of a
dunce-houso In Helena anJ Butte and
who died a short tirnu ago in Pennsyl
vania, mado a death-bed confession ot
having murdered Denn and robbed h m
of $10,000. Ho fo. lowed Denn to tho
cellar where tLo latter went to fill a demi
john and killed him with a hammer.
Beckney lived In Helena for two years
afterward and then moved to Butte.
AHUESTED FOIl Ml'ltDEU.
A Young Man of Exoellant Repute In
Atchison, Kas., October 27. Karlo
Lsno, a youug man who for two years
pmst has been in tho oflloo ot tho Sauta
Fo Lino at East Atchl-on, was arrostod
Saturday chargod with complicity m the
murder ot Jack Luklns, which occurred
In Mason County, Kentucky, three years
ago. Thu prlsou .-r was coniluod in our
City Prison until yesterday afternoon,
when he left for Koutucky In chargo of a
Deputy Shorlff. Ho says ho Is Innocent
of tho crimo aud did not know tno mur
dered man, but admits an acquaintance
with J. K. Morley, who is Joint. y charged
with him lu tho requisition. Lauo is
ubout tweuty-ouo years old and has borno
an excellent reputation since his resi
Sr. Louih, Mo., October 27. Four
w hito mcu and throe negroes engaged lu
a fight on Christy avouuo, about throo
o'ulock this inorulug. At tho termina
tion of tho dlfllcuity Mauuon Goro, a
horso-shoor, living at No 8700 Kossuth
avenue, discovered that John Smith,
colored, bad i nt him In the chest and
abdomen. Smith aud Louis Vallo word
arrested, and Gore was taken to the dls
poosary, where his InJurU were found
to bo so serious as to ueoessltato his re
moval to the city hospital.
A Oh astir Find.
BiHQttAMToN, N. Y., October 37.-.
Tho store ot Peter Duan on tho out
skirts of tha city was destroyed by flro
on Saturday Bight. While some people
wero searching through tho ruins on
Sunday morning they found the e arred
remains of a .man sap od be Mlebaol
Qulnu, a yoaog etiaraakur who was seen
in the vtoiolty late Hstorday evening to
an itttwUcatod condition,
Xiapv4 Bu Oortaaelon.
WoMOswctta, Ma., October 87.
Chart & JU Brass, Tt Itot-er
After his arrest be claimed that his con
feKsion was extorted by threats and prom
ises. The thefts continued after flrizgs'
arrest last Monday, and a stolen postal
note was presented at the Post-ofQce.
The theit was traced to Charles Smith,
elevator boy, who has since made a full
confession. Briggs has been released
and Smith arrested.
The Slayer of John Pnlllips Hangsd, by
Yankton, Dab:., October 27. At St.
Helena, Neb., twelve miles from here,
John Phillips, Postmaster and Deputy
Sheriff of Cedar County, went Into the
country lo arrest a mai charged with In
cendiarism. Thu man resl-tod aad fled.
The Sh r ff overtook him huo be was
shot by the fleeing man wl h latal results,
and another, who had come to tne Sher
iffs aid, was also wounded. The citi
zens of bt. Heloaa, when this was known,
turned out ea mass and brought the pris
oner into town and lynched him.
Pyns iiouud Over.
Cincinnati, O., October 27. In the
police court to-day John Payne was
bound over for mnrUer lo,the first degreo
in killing Albeit Russell at the Eighteenth
Ward polls on election day. Payne was
Deputy United States Marshal.
Sentenoed for Ufa.
St. Paul, Ml.su., October 27. The
jury In the Porter morder trial brought
In a verdict, Saturday, of murder in the
second degree, wnich contemplates a
sentence to State PrLson for 11 (o.
Cincinnati, O., October 27. John P.
Bonte & Co., picture frame manufactur
ers, fourteen and sixteen Gcnessee street,
assigned this morning to Alfred A.
Clarke. Estimated liabilities, 930,000;
Will Ore-aham KaattrnP
Washington, D. C. October 2C Tho
story is revived that Secretary Gresham
contemplates tendering his resignation
at an early day. Tha Secretary could
not be seen last night. The story can
not be traced to a re.lablo source, aud
it is not generally credited.
United in a Qoc-d Work.
Austin, Tkx., October 20. The joint
committee of tho 1'resbyterian Synod,
North, and the Synod, South, agreed yes
torday to co-o.erate in gospel work
among tho colored race, and took steps
looking to the early establishment in tho
State ot an educational Institute In which
to educate colored ministers and teach
ers. Suid.-n Daatns.
Lincoln, III., October 28. Dr. J. C.
Boss and Juilus Beise, two prominent
citizens of this place, died suddenly of
paralysis yesterday. Tho former was a
member of the Thirty-second General As
sembly ot Illinois, and tho latter a
former resident ot St. Louis,
For Opinion' Saks.
Tiiidadealx, La., October 27. William
Gray, colored, was shot and killed by
Wash Lyons, on Grand Cailloo, at a po-"
lltlcal mass meeting. Gray favored Gray,
and Lyons, Kellocg la tho present
Congressional contest. Lyons attempted
to break up tho mass meeting, which was
presided over by Gray, and be objecting
was tired on and killed- Lyons escaped,
and Is still at large.
Bn Butler on the Stump.
Tnov, N. Y., October 27. Butler ar
rived at Troy this morning from New
York by boat, and was driven to the
depot and took the train for Saratoga,
where he spoke this morning. lie was
accompanied by Colonel Alburgh, New
York; Hon. Thomas B. Carroll, Saratoga,
and the ex-Mayor ot Troy. Butler speaks
at Sandy Hill this afternoon and at White
Hull this morning, leaving for New
York to night. Ho will then start on
the slump of tho western part of tho
Saratoga, N. Y., October 27, Gonoral
Butler arrived at 9:45 this mornlug.
After breakfasting hastily, h spoko to a
lurge audlenco In the Town Hall. Along
tho routo from Troy largo crowds gath
ered at all tho statlous.
Chicago, III., October 27". Tho ho
siery houso of Marks Simon, 111 Franklin
street, was closed by the Sheriff this
morning on these confessions of judg
ment, ono to Max Nathan for $10,950;
ono to Henry Adams for $1,050, and ono
to Abraham Bellman, $2,200.
THE MONTEFIORE CENTENNIAL.
The Apoatlo of th Jaws In th East.
Chicago, III., October 27. At tho
Slnul Templo yesterday tho one hun
dredth anniversary of Sir Moses Monte
lloio's birthday was celobratod. Dr. Emll
G. Hlrsch, the past ir, repeated the re
marks mado by him at Friday night's cel
ebration, characterlzl ig t ie eminent Jew
ish philanthropist as oue of the most cel
ebrated living members of the Jewish
race, and calilug him the apostle ot the
Jews In tho Hast. f
Ooropoa id of Jjws and Oantiles.
PottTLAND, Onic., October 27. One of
tho largost gatherings ever seen In Port
land was witnessed yesterday at tho New
Market Theater, on tho occaslou ot the
cuntouulal celebration of Mooteflore 8
birth. Tha audience was composed of
Jews and Gentiles.
Haturnlng to Winter Quarter.
St. Lot'in, Mo., October 27. Colea
circus gavo its last performance at Si
torn, Mo., Saturday, and tho members of
the combination are back to the city to
winter? Ernest Cooke, tho English
olown, will return to England next week,
to spend a few months withhl family. A1
big busln ss 1 reported by tno circus.
Xik d to Death.
. BuatiMOToy, I A., October 27. Georgn
Vose, a young man ot this city, was)
killed Saturday by a kick from a home.
Vose was kanllng Uaher) when one oi
the wheets ot the wagon struck ufioi si
ttuwss tasftktitti tha taas)M of th afssi
iftdihjeertag rM t the cfoaae) (mU
t OirniV tni la ioj
Thla powder raver Vnrlei. A mitrvol of purity,
ftrenxta and who)sonienei-a. More economical
than ordinary kind, and cannot bo told in com
petition with the multlindo of low teat, short
weight, alum o I lin.phnto pewrirr. 8M only
in can. KOYAL BAKING PuWD' H CO.,
lOti Wa 1 tt:ect. New York.
(AIR0 OPERA HOUSE..
Ono Nicht Only.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31.
Tha Accomplished Actress,
Richardson's Talented Comp'y
OicnlDgln tho b-it American play,
"Th- play that mado fume f .r Us authoi In a
nle t." New Yor Herald
"Undoubtedly the lie-t Amoric in. A20 cnunot
wliner lor cntloni vtulu it. itllulta variety."
fctv-Wo tarry our owu nni ! aled orchestra to
mtably n nd-r eclal and Incidental music. Tha
advent i f this great company has been glorious,
victorious and nerltr ua 'Ihi ttren packed to
tha door prove r. The wl dent en hiislaam
attest it. The entire pr. as endorse it. Oiand
pucceas auttka it.
t2rAdml(lnn 5 and
served aeau at liudcr'a.
73c; gallery !"c. Ha
W. G. CART,
alvwa on band.
'cai ao iu readi
ngs wlii u called
'. - . - y 'J W
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, Hi .
u. n. iMmi.
BbfiKRT A. axtTD
Grand Central Store.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
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