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CAIRO, ILL., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I, 188k
IN THE PASTRY
Blilai.LciMon.Orange. etc. flavor Cakes.
Ct-aaM,PuISIns'.fcc.,iiS delicately and nut.
rally a. (be rVull (ran which (hey arc made.
FOR STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR TI1EY STAND ALONE.
munto sv thi
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. St. Louia, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems,
Ilex Dry Hop Yeuel.
3TOX BATiT) 337 O-ROCEESe.
WE MAKK BUT OKS QUALITY.
J)R. J. K. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
AIOB, BLKCTRO-VAPOR and .MbDICAT&D
A sdr In attendance.
Q.EORGE HARUILON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical dlauaaci, and dlaeaiea of women
OFFICE Oo 14th street, oppraite the Poet
office, Cairo, 111.
Jl M. IIARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Kast Side t'omn.erc'al below 8th 6t.
Cairo - Illinois-
rjR. K W. WHITLOCK,
ornca No. 1M Commercial Avenue, betweea
ttti and Ninth StreeU
G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE City Drug Store, Carbondalo, 111.
'pHECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Oft alro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Easiness
THOS, .V. H ALI.IHAY
J.JNTEUPRISE SAVING RANK.
KXCLCSIVKLY A SAVINGS rask.
I'uiuiuercial Avenue and Eighth Stret!
F. BHOSS, Prtaident.
II. WBLL.8, Caabier.
P. NtFF. Vteel'ree'M
T. i. Kerth, Aee't can
. Bron Ca'ro I William KUte f in
Peter NetT " I W illiam Wolf.... "
'. M Ostcrloh " I C. O. Patier "
h. A. Bndor " I H. Welle
J. Y. Clemron, Caledonia.
.. .iKKRA!. BANKINU BUSlNSaS DON B.
Kxchanip) sold and bought. Interact paid 11
the Seringa Department. Collectlone made n
all business promptly attended tr.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
t would respectfully announce to the citlaena of
taire tnat i nave opened and am carrying on a
irst class lsnntiry In the rear of Winters Black,
oa Heventh Street, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work la mv line In a superior and work
maiablp style, defying com pell ton and at
reaaonable figures. All work guaranteed, aad
prompt payment if any goods are lost.
JiAHT H INN SLY.
W. B. Kntrsnes to lanndry. through the private
titrates to Winter! Block. ? -3at
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A NIGHT IN FAIRYLAND.
'Grand Street Pageant and Oponlnj
Of tho St. Louis Exposition
and Muslo Hall.
The Old French Town Shakes Off Her Eij
Van Winkle Sleep, and Blazes Forth
WithEeal Yankee Enterprise.
The Scenes of the Arabian Nights Put tc
Shame by the Gorgeous Display
of Mechanics and Art.
St. Louis, Mo., September 3. Th
great Inter-Stato Exposition; and Musit
Hall building will bo thrown open to the
public this evening. Tho event will be
Inaugurated by one of the most magnifi
cent street pageants ever witnessed in
au American cltv. Tho hulMi
. , a
been described so often, Its purposes
are so well kuowu and tho featuros of
tho Trades' display have becotno so
familiar, that thcro remains very
littlo to bo added that will hp
cither new or interesting. Tho public
will from this time on bo ablo tn form
Its own judgment as to tho merits of the
enterprise. Those who ennm frnm rii..
tanco to witneus tho oponlug exercises
win uo wen repaid, although thero will
of necessity bo considerable disappoint
ment during tho tlrst week. Every effort
has been mado to comnleto thn hniiHinn
In time fur tho annnnnrivl nnnnln.f
Money and labor hava hen
lavishly. Night and day, Sundays as
well as week days, an army of working
men have been emnlnvprf in nnttt,,,
the lluishlng touches and arranging tho
ciuiunuis- ijuarters. Marvelous us the re
sulthas been there is still much tn lin Hnnn
No more worklngmen could havo been em
ployed without obstructing instead of
facilitating their labor. Thero is scarcely
a square yard of tho vast area of the Ex- 1
position floors upon which a mechanic, !
laborer or exhibitor does not stand to- !
day. Hut with all their work united tho i
l-xpositlon will be incomplete when tho !
guns boom the opening slgual at seven i
o'clock this evenimr. Hut even it i i
there are attractions enough Insido tho I
yasi siruciuro to repay either tho citizen
or the visitor, and it Id hut fntr tr I
sunie that a great majority of those who j
u:i mo uunuiDK w-nignt win come out
well-satlstled with tho sights they have '
beheld nod the wonders they have seen, j
I.N THE UI'ltOAK. j
If Iho Exposition when fulls m
Will amazo and astonish the vlstor by tho
luaguiiiteueeoi us vanousan multitudin
ous details, tho preparations for the open
ing are in themselves a most Interesting
spectacle, .t would bo Impossible to
make a pencil-picture of the animated
scenes In and around tho building to-day.
Everything Is being dono on a mighty
scale. There Is nothing small about tho
arrangements from tho basement floor
to the glass and iron roof. Working
men are not employed in pairs, or dozens
or In companies, bat in whole regi
ments. Lumber enough to start a yard
of large dimensions is strewn upon tho
floor; there is a plate glass enough insido
the bntlding to glazo every display win
dow on Fourth, Fifth and Olive streets;
there Is merchandise enough to supply a
city of 100,000 inhabitants; there is ma
chinery enough to start a manufacturing
town; lamp-globes enough to supply 500
buildings, and electric lights enough to
illuminate a metropolis. To this might
be added that there Is noise enough to
drown the uproar of all tho saw-mills m
the Michigan lumber region and enough
force expouded in driving nails, if con
centrated, to tunnel a mountain.
FROM TUB BALCONIES.
Looking down from the balconies of tho
upper floor upon tho booths, pagodas and
crystal palaces In which merchandise aro
i i . i .i i i .
uipuif u ubjow, mo scene is an encnant
lng one. The ruerchauts of this city havo
shown the greatest tasto In building their
display houses. All of them aro elegant,
Borneo! them gorgeous. Polished wal
nut houses, large enough for a very large
family, with plate glass walls, aro not
built for nothing. The deslcns aro va
rious as they are rich and beautiful. Tho
upper floor displays are also very hand
some, and some of tho most enterprising
firms of the city are represented ou tho
spacious halls of the second floor. But
little can be said of the machinery and
art departments as yet. They will bo in
readiness, however, very soon.
Tho inauguration exercises will com
mence at seven o'clock sharp this even
ing, when a battery of artillery will fire a
grand salute at Twelfth and Tine streets.
One hundred guns will bo Urcd at inter
vals throughout tho evening. At 7:15
the ceremonies proper will commence oa
the grand stand, O.ive street front. They
Trill be as follows :
1. Ifunla hv tho Arsenal Tlnnrl nf , hlrfo.fl
& invocation or tne umue blessing by Rt,
Bev. Bishop Robertson.
8. Opnninfr addrriw by Sam M. Rcnnard,
4. Huolo and artillery saluto.
6. Address by Hon. Wm. L. Ewing, Mayor.
8. Music and artillery ealtito.
Missouri. " ' ,CTlui
8. uoaio and artillery salute.
9. Address by John D. Vincil.
in Tmnmmnhi biMhuu. I. n.i . .
11. Heriew or tho (rrand papeant of tho
Trades Display Association and of tho mili
tary and civio forces.
12. -ine wnoio to conclude with the formal
openinii of the doors of the Exposition Hall to
General Sherman, ex-Governor Hub
bard, of Texas, Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks,
of Indiana. Senator Vnt r.r. nvarnnn
1 - - ' - - v4 viviuvt
John S. Phelps, and other distinguished
men are expectea w oe present, t
The procession of the Trades' Display
Association will start from Broadway
arid Chonteau avenue at seven o'clock
and proceed north on Broadway to Wash
ington avenue, west on Washington ave
nue to Nineteenth street, south on Nine
teenth to Olive, east on Olive to Sixth,
north on Sixth to franklin avenue, east
on Fraaklln avenue to Broadway, south
on Broadway to Washington avenue, east
on Washington to Fourth, south on
Fourth to Chouteau avenue, where the
procession will disband.
The Bate War A Busy Day.
New York, September 8. The offices
of the ticket scalpers were crowded yes
terday 'with travelers anxious to get the
advantage of tho p reseat low rates to tho
Booth. Tickets fordBatJ, Chicago and
pVJracds wwe-aold ln huauKberg.at
but the brokers declared that It was
their mot profitable day since
the cutting began, though tickets to Chi
cago were sold at 81C, aud to St. Louis
at 18. Peculiar devices wore rcsortod
to by the scalpers to cheapen the ratos.
With tho ticket the purchaser received a
letter to the scalper's agent In Buffalo
instructing him to purchase at a certain
price. Tho samo ticket would then bo re
soli to some person bo,d8 wo,t ronl
Buffalo at a slight advauco.
"Do you expect tho rates to become
"Well, I should say so. Tho Ponusyl
vania is seldom beaten in anything it
undertakes, aud I am afraid that the
others will havo to como to time
or elso pay premiums to pas
sengers for traveling over their
lines. Tho present Indications point that
way. Tho ultimate result of the war will
bo tho breaklug of tho Trunk Lino pool,
which can not last many days. All de
pends on tho action of tho Pennsylvania,
which, up to now, has stuck to tho rates
agreed to by the pool."
UV A 1IUOKKN IIKAUT.
A Nervous Virginia Girl Killed by Her
WiiKKi.i.Nii, W. Va., September 8.
From Hamsou County, near Cadiz, comes
what seems to have been a genuine caso
of broken heart which caused death
under tho most mournful clrcuni
stiuces. It seems a Mr. Nash had
been keeping company with tho young
lady, Miss MuClbai;, for somo tlmo, but
hud mado up his mind to break off tho at
tachment. Ho called on Miss McCiban
lust Tuesday and in tho course of tho con
versation aunounced his intention by
saying they had better separate and end
their courtship. This statement, coming
as it did from ono whom Miss McCiban
had permitted herself to fall deeply
in love with, was a tcrrlblo shock to her
aud sho fell speechless to tho floor and
immediately went Into spasms. Tho
young man exerted every cQort in his
power to rouso her, but ho could not,
and finally becoming greatly alarmed, ho
aroused her parents, but all their efforts
to relievo tho prostrato girl - were futile.
All that physicians could do was dono
and still tho poor girl grow rapidly,
worse. Thus matters continued'
until Thursday, when tho young ladyl
died, never having becomo rational,'
enough during tho thirty-six hours that)
Intervened between tho time of the shock'
and her death to hear or know anything.'
Tho young man, it is said, was willing
to make any reparation in bis power, but
It was too late, and tho poor girl died of
a broken heart. It Is said that her
suffering was most intense, and that at
times It required tho strength of three
strong men to hold her in bed.
Her cries could be heard for a long dls
tance, and in this state of mind tho died.
Miss McCiban was the daughter of Mr.
George McCiban, of Cassvlllo, near New
Athens, in Harrison County, and was si
lady of more than ordinary intelligence;
but of a very ncrvons temperament. Sho
stood high in the communty, as does Mr.
Nash, both families being well-con nectcdj
air. Piasn says they wcro not engaged
but many persons believe they were.
Is He Afraid to Bo Bis Dutyf
Coi.CMM.t, S. C, Septerabor 3. In the
Court of Sessions at Chcstcrflotd yester
day the Public Prosecutor announced bid
resolution to nolle pros.se tho caso oj
Colonel E. B. Cash, Indicted as accessor)
with bis son Bogan In the murder o
Marshall Richards, at Chcrow. Tho an.
nounccment caused much disappoint
ment, and the prosecntor was opeulj
condemned for his action. A dlspatcll
from Chesterflcld states that the fueling
In that county Is still bitter against Cash,
and it is alleged ho has lately been see a
constantly armed with a Winchcstol
rifle in company -with several of his old
friends. It is feared ho designs wreak;
ing vengeance on tho heads of tho men
who slew his son.
A Crazed Mother's Awful Deeds.
Cincinnati, 0., Soptomber 8. A spe
clal to tho Evening Post from Troy, Ohio,
says: "Tho wlfo of Frodus Merrill arosj
from her bed early this morning, took I
revolver and shot her husband in thi
head. She then took a dose of carbolit
acid. Tho husband's wounds are of i
dangerous but not necessarily fatal na
ture. Tho woman will die. Sho bat
been crazed by the death of her child 3
few months since, and this is believed tJ
have caused tho tcrrlblo deed.
Settled the Dispute
Boston, Mass., September 3. A grcal
crowd was collected in tho Garden
j Court at Somervlllc, last evening, b
'cries of "Murder. Oh, somo one save
jne!" It seems that Herman Yarger,
iiged thirty-flve, returned home at 0
jp. m. and found his wife In bed aud tbq
(house in disorder. They quarreled for
; Jan hour, when Yarger got an axo ami
aimed a murderous blow at his wife's
head, which struck her shoulder, making;
a serious wound. She fled and Yarger
went up stairs and cut his throat, dying
Sharon, Pa., September 3. Lasteven
ing at a late hour, while six men were1
blasting a huge piece of iron in tho bot
tom of tho stack of the Valley Furnace,
a blast of giant powder was prematurely1
exploded by a spark from the hammers
One i man was injured fatally and four1
Following Is a list of the injured: Wm.
Ayers, terribly mangled about the legs,
eyes and hands; U. Shlverton, burned
hndtv tn ttlA 1na avaa nnd irtnl All
be others were burned, but not serious
ly. Ayers was the support of his father,
mother and seven children.
Gone to Europe.
New York, September 8. Henry Low
tlcn, a well-known builder of this city,
has suddenly disappeared, leaving debts
to the extent of $40,000. It is believed
he has gone to Europe, and it is alleged
that he is accompanied by a young lady,
a frequent visitor at his house. lie leaves
b wile and two children and an aged
mother behind with little means of sup
Saratoga, N. Y., September 8. The
Knit Goods Manufacturers' Convention,
which began Its session at the Grand
Union Hotel yesterday, continues to-day.
Henry S. Bogue has been elected Presl
dent The Convention proposes to es-
tablish rnles regulating the running and
closing of mills so as to check over
production next season and advance
prices coawiderably. JWi -action ulR
aaut maws-goo as ooty,
Will St. John and Daniols With
draw From tho ProBldon
Eleotion Returns From tho Groon Mow
tain State Continue to Show
Wisconsin Republican State Convention
and Grand Rally Six Thousand
Men in Line.
Wavkkoan, Ii.i,., September . ltu-
mors bavo been floating through Illinois i
aud Wisconsin lor several days pertain
ing to tho posslblo withdrawal of tho
candidates lor President and Vlco-Prosl-dent
ou tho l'tohlhltlou ticket. Thcso
whisperings were given color by the
gathering at Lake Bluff of promlnont
Prohibitionists from all parts of tho
country together with tho announcement
that bt. Johu and Daniels would hold
a conferenco with these lead
ers last night. Dr. Judklus, of Chicago,
.Secretary of tho National Committee,
was louud iu closo conference with
Daniols. Tho latter said that tho rumor
was not founded ou fact. "It Is true,"
hu coutluuod. "that overtures havo
been mado to Governor St. John to with
draw. Ho told mo that ho bad been ap
proached by men of posttlon aud in
fluence, who bad offered hiiuhopo of con
siderations and Inducements if ho would
withhold his letter of acceptance and do
'cliuo,tho nomination. It may bo said,
however, that wo will stay out of the cam
paign." Hobbs protosts thct tho confer
enco In progress had rcforonce only to the
collcctlou of funds.
FrohibitlonUts in Executive Session.
Lakk Bluff, III., Soptomber 3. Ex
Governor St. John arrlvodattho Prohibi
tion camp In tho woods this morning aud
was heartily received. Tho Prohibition
leaders tn attendance at onco went Into
committee ot tho whole, and reports of
tho condition ot tho party lu tho various
States wero presented. Tho conferenre
then went Into executive sosslon.
Thn Vermont Election.
Wiiitk HivF.n Junction, Vr., Septem
ber 3. Keturns from forty towns, ono
sixth of tho State, glvo Pingroo, Republi
can, for Governor, 8,830 j ltcdlngton,
Democrat, 4,021. Scattering, 101. Re
publican plurality 4,875. Thcso towns
in 1880 gave Farnham, Republican, 10,
293; Phelps, Democrat, 4,453. Scatter
ing, 123. Decreaso of Republican plur
ality in 1884 from that of 1880, 9U5.
There aro 241 towns tn the State. If tho
falling indicated holds good throughout,
the Republican plurality of 1880 will bo
reduced 5,7'J0 votes, giving them tho
Statotbis year by a plurality ot 20,083,
a reduction of about twenty-eight per
Democratic! Gains in Vermont.
Whitk River Junction, Vt., Sep
tember 3. Ono hundred and twenty-six
towns glvo Pongrlo 27,038; Redlngton,
13,085; scattering, 420; Republican
plurality, 14,253. In 1880 these towns
gave Farnham, Republican, 81,'JOi;
Phelps, Domocrat, 14,777; scattering,
950; Republican plurality, 17,127, show
ing a decrease of the Republlcau plural
ity of 1884 from 1880 of 2,874. A pro
portionate decreaso throughout the Stato
will mako tho Republican plurality
Madison, Wis., September 3. Tho city
is full of strangers from all parts of the
Stato in attendance upon tho Republican
Couventlon and great Stato rally of to
day. Spoclal trains from every point
have been arriving since an early hour.
It Is expected six thousand mon will bo
in line to-night.
Under the new rules tho Stats Central
Committee met at nine o'clock to pass
upon the credentials of delegates to the
Convention. The body was called to or
der by Chairman Taylor, of the Commit
tee, and Uoit. Ogden II. Feathers was
made temporary Chairman. After recess
tho following officers will be renominated
by acclamation : Governor, Rusk; Secre
tary ot State, Tlmraej State Treasurer,
McFetndge;. Attorney-General, Frlsby;
Insurance Commissioner, Spooncr; Rail
road Commissioner, Uarrlgan.
Nominated for Congress.
Chicago, III., September 3. Tho
Republican Convention of tho Third Dis
trict unanimously nominated Wm. h.
Mason lor Congress this morning.
Building; Hopes on a Corpse.
Providence, R. I., September 3. The
district and State Convention of the De
mocracy were held in Slide's Hall to
day. Chairman McWllllams of the
State Central Committee called the Stato
Convention to order. In his speech Mc
Wllllams said that the death of Senator
Anthony meant the breaking of tho back
bono of the Republican party of this
State. Hon. Augustus S. Miller was
chosen permanent Chairman.
Still They Come.
Convention Hall, Worcester, Mass.,
September 3. Delegates to the Demo
cratic State Convention continued to ar
rive last night and this morning. By
eleven o'clock 00 out of 1,700 nominally
entitled scats were In attendance at
Chairman Olbbs' Figure-.
New York, September 8. Warren
Glbbs, Chairman of the Vermont Repub
lican Committee, telegraphs to the even-,'
ins papers as follows i
"Burlington, Vt., September 3. Thoi
returns do not indicate that our majority
will be less than 23,000."
Outcome of a Lawsuit.
Trot, N. T., September 8. Aadrew
Jackson, a wealthy resident of Ham
bond's Station, four miles from
MecbanlcsvlUe, Saratoga County, was
found on the railroad early this morning
with a deeo cnt on his head and both'
tegs cut off. He lived but aa hour. Be
fore dying he said thatWBUam Boian
knd John Duffy, neighbors, threw him
bnder the train. Boian's Uther ncanthjt
beat Jackson In a. tenmtftr arnrej
Young Nolan was arrested at Mechanics,
villo. Ho (hmlos tho charge. Duffy
will be arralgnod at Mochanlcsvlllo this
afternoon. Thero Is Inteuso excitement
it Mechaulcsvlllu and In tho vicinity,
where the parties aro all woll known and
respectod. Opinio:) varios as to the truth
of Jackson's dying statement.
Wreck of an Aotor.
Nkw York, Soptomber 8. Au eldorly
gentleman, with gray hair and mustache,
was taken suddenly 111 on Third ave
nue on Monday, aud conveyed to
the Now York Hospital, whoro It was
found that ho was suffurlng from
a sevoro attack of acuto rheumatism.
Ho was apparently frleudless, but his
military carriage, coupled with his rondy
flow ot langutige, guvo htm tho appear
anco ot a man who had scon better
days. Ono of tho attendants as
certained that ho was George MUK
illetou, mi actor, who was well-known
in this city aud tat ono tlmo possessed of
quite a sung fortune. Mlddleton began
his career as au actor In han rranclsco
la 18C0, playing Modus In "Tho lluneh
back," with Julia 1). Haluo. Ho claims
to havo dramatized Wllklo Collins' "No
Name" and "Elcanora's Victory," aud tj
have mado a play from themes from
Alter this ho camo East and played
in 185, under Gilbert's management.
Ho played Frauds lu "Uob Roy"
lu this city. His lust engage
ment was with Ada Gray, t low
seasons ago, aud since that tlmo ho has
been rapidly falling in health, and now
looks to bo a man closo ou to sixty years
ot age, although ho Is ouly forty-six.
IIASK HALL imitV'TIKH.
Score of Games PUyod on Tuesday
Baltimore, Mil. St. Louis Unions, U;
Baltimore Unions, 5.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Metropolitans, 0;
Indianapolis, Iud. St. Louis, 7; In
Boston, Mass. Bostons. 4; Cleve-
Washington, D. C Nationals, 4;
Kausu a City, 2.
Columbus, O. Columbus, 4; Louls-
Now York. Chlcagos, 8; Now Yorks, 3.
Philadelphia, Pa. Pctrolts, 11 ; I'hlla-
Pittsburgh, Pa. Virginias, 2; Alio-
U. I. Providences,
Brighton Boach llnoas.
New York, September 3. First Race
All ages, three-quarters mile: Littlo
Mlnch, first; MainmoulHt, second; Jim
Ronwlck, third. Tlmo, 1:10.
Second Raco Handicap sweepstakes,
ono and ono-lmlt miles t Hwlney, first ;
Monitor, second ; Kosciusko, third. Time,
Third Raco Maldon two-year-olds,
throe-quartors mllo : East Lynnc, first;
Shookum, second; Elgin, third. Tlmo,
Fourth Race Twin City handicap, ono
and onc-qusrlcr miles Tom Martin,
first; 1'erd. Kylo, second; Klugllke, third.
Tlmo, 2:10 1-4.
Fifth Race Soiling purso,ouoand ono
eighth miles: LIlllo 11., first; Prcscutt,
second; Frflnklo U., third. Tlmo, 1:57.
Sixth Race Frca handicap steeple
chase over tho short course: llourko
Cochrane, first; Voltaire, second ; Charle
magne, third. Tlmo, 4:21 1-2.
Minneapolis, Minn., September 3.
On tho second day ot tho Minneapolis
Fair Jay-Eyo-See trotted one heat against
tlmo. Tho track has never beon fast,
and yesterday a strong northeast wind
prevailed. Seven thousand visitors wero
present. Jay-Eye-Soe got away in good
shape, but tho best ho could do was 218
1-2. This Is said to bo good considering
tho unfavorable circumstances. Ho will
try again to-day.
Teemer's Easy Vlotory.
Boston, Mass., September 3. Tho
handicap boat race between Geo. IIos-
mer, of Boston, and John Teenier, of
McKecsport, Pa., was rowed this after
noon at Haggert's Pond. Tao conrso
was three miles with threo turns, llos
mcr was to have five seconds start and
the wlnnor to take two-thirds of tho gate
rocelpts. Tho start was mado at C p. m.
Hosruor mado about two boat lengths by
tbo Ave seconds start, and rowed about
tblrty-two strokes to the mlnuto. Teem
cr rowed a long sweeping stroko of thir
ty and lapped his opponent betoro tho
llrst turn; passed him at tho end of tho
second mile, and won easily by half a
boat length. Teemer's tlmo was 20:40.
Tho attendance was 3,000.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 3. On
all sides this morning thcro wero evi
dences ot activity on the part of exhib
itors at tho International Electrical Exhi
bition building. In arranging tho dis
plays Edison looms np prominently. Ills
Jumbo dynamo Is attracting great atten
tion. A flno display Is mado by tho United
States Signal Service. Every Instrument
In nse by it Is to be seen at tho Exhibi
tion. A miniature field telegraph train
occupies a conspicuous position.
The Thompson-Houston Electric Light
ing Company occupy a prominent posi
tion. Near by Is another large display,
not quite in shape yet, but nearly so, by.
tho United States Electric Lighting Com
pany, with the Western system.
Paoksd Her Trunk and Left.
Wood Haven, L. I., September 8.,
Julius Crambert married a farmer's,
daughter In France and came to this vll-j
lage two years ago, leaving his wife In.
France. Six weexs-ago ms whmuow
him to this village. He was glad to see,
her, and they wont to housekeeping.
This morning when tho husband had gone
to work, his wife packed her trunk,,
taking her husband's watch and money,
and boarded the train tor New York.
The Demurrer Overruled.
defendant's desaarrer to the complaint
In the Blalne-Mttaet libel caso
was overruled by Judge Wood
this morning. The counsel for the
Sentinel are to file their answer
to the oompialo In court this evening or
to-morrow, aad there now seems to be
mm nMwut tha Man from eomtBit
bftMt mm. It ttktlr answer the ae-
l-'or the Cure of Coughs, Cold!
I loarsoness, Ilron:hitis,Croup, Influ
cnz.i, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
licfof consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease, r or bale
ly all Druggists. Price, s Cents.
I-". I -NO E,
Manufacturer and tlalit In
H'.h MlriMii.hulwi'nn t'nm'l A". .i'l I.i" '.
CIIOKK HOMING A HI'KCIALTY
AM. KINDS OP A MUNITION.
Mtfea !i.i:uif(-'l, All Klinlr 1 Key Md,
. W". HENDKllSON,
No. K)L Commercial Ave.,
fioln Ajfont fol flits (VlebnUtv!
a mi ra.n.g:us.
Manufacturer nnd Di-nl'-r In
llulldfra' Hardware and f'arpiintera' Tool. Tab?
and I'urki't Cutlery, Ik-kI In the r-mrWrt. Uigurs
lima.' Plated KiiIv.-k, Forke aim Kuoniia, (iranlte
I roll Wnrc. Ili-rlln ICartlictiware, White Monnlnln
Frciiserii, Water CimiIith, Itiifrliirator, Clothes
VrlnirT, Crown Klumrn. Ht-p Laddurn, Garden
lmilfmeiit, Ooldon mar Oil Htovea- hnat in thn
world, Lampa of cvi-rr tliwrh lion. Klaln Oil,
CnrM t Nweiriicra, 1'. aider Dnalcra, llronnia, Win
(in Scrum WIrii Cloth, Full supply ol KlahinK
Tim lion t rod bo I torn prlcen.
Corner I .!tli and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telciitionu No. U.
LOU IS C. 11 EllBERT,
(SuccoriHcr to Chan. T. Ncwlaml anil
Pluiei Steam and Gas Fitter
Ave, lict. Tenth
Drive Well Force and 1,1ft I'nmpa furniahed and
nut np. Axunt for the Celebrated
"HUCKEYK FORCE PUMP''
he bent pump ever Invented. New Gaa Fixtures
ur'i.hcit to order. Ort fixtures repaired and
t r.Iol.iiliin promptly attended to 819-ti
f I.OUR, GRAIN AND HA1
'igyptian Flouring Mills
Hitrh"ii Cah Prl"f Paid for Wheat.
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The reputation of ITonetter's Stomach Bitters a
a preventative of epidemics, a stomschle, ao in
'l rant, a ft neral reatoratlvs, and a speclnc for
f.vor and mho, Indigestion,, billions affections, .
rheumatism, nervous iieh'tltr. eoBstitatloBid weak
net, I et tahllebed apon the sound baata of Biota
than twenty year experience, and can ao toora be
rhakevnky, the claptrap nostrums ol aaeclenUAa
pretenders than the everlasting bills by the winds
that rustle through thsli denies. .