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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILL., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1881.
Sff AKf EAHE ...
" Pf?'0.1 nioou- Ul Kowrneaa of floods
HI In ur timer wmIiw all Um air,
liiat rheumatic dlaeuat may abuuud."
Whether the "pale moon" baa Increased tha
size of lier wash as the world has Increased la
population may be a question, but Its a fact be
jrond question that Rheumatism bas Increased
until It does "abound" In "allthealr,"andthott
sauds of human beings are bound and tor
mentrd with the excruciating pains that only
Rheumatism and Neuralgia can Inflict.
4 J PHOROS
Is the ONLY conqueror of these terrible dis
eases, as hundreds gladly testify.
Mr. O. Thornton. C R.-I. iP.RR. Machine
ouu(js, muan, lowa, writes:
" Athlnihoroa irreitlr -1lirw1 Aim
inwww luieuniauaui. ana i willlnr ronr.tr
lueud It M a reiuxdy tlut will cure ftWm,,,
liuu. I wa oriiiflUKl Ui luy t-.t. and alter
uuutf uue uuiue wo auw 10 go to work."
Even if so strange that at flrit you
mar hardlr believe It, it 18 true that
"AU-HLohoHOS" will do for YOU
just what it has done for others.
If you cannot Ret Athlophoro of your drag
git, we will st-nd It express paid, on receipt of
regular price-one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your dniggUt, but If he
Imxn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
fist?, but order at once from us, as directed.
112 WALL ST. NEW YORK
) It. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave,, Cairo, 111.
VAfOIt. ELKCTROVAl'OK AMD MgDICAlKJ)
adf la atleuunaca.
Q.EORUE HARIUsON LEECH, M. D.
pii.sjcian & SURGEON,
SprUl attention paid to the I'omeopatblc treat
ment of jurg-cal dlaetfei, tod d.aeatta of women
ai d children.
OrTlCr. On 14th street, Opoite the Pott
office, Ci ro, 1:1.
Jjl M. IIARUELL, M. D.
OFFICE- East Side Commercial, below 9th St.
jyt. K W. WOITLOCK,
urnca No. IV Cjrom.-rcla!
irfatb M.d N'.Lth Ntraru
Area tik, beiweea
0. PARSONS, M. !).,
OC.ULIST AND AUKIST.
OFFtCE-City Drug 8'ore, Carbondale, 111.
WE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
& General Rankin? Business
TIIOS, W. HALUDAY
ENTERPRISE HAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANlv.
TIIOS. "V. II AXjIjI dav ,
binmercial Ayeuue and Eighth Stm!
K. BH0S9, Preildent.
U. WELLS, Cashier.
P. NEFF, VlcePree'nt
T. J. Kerth, Aat't eaafc
. BroM Ca'ro I William Klus,e.
Peter Neff i William Wolf.... '
i;. M Oeterloh " I C. O. Fatier. ....... "
It A. Budcr " I II. Well
J. Y. Cletnum, Caledonia.
A .iKNERAL, BANKING BU9INR8S" DUNE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid ii
We fcavlnga Department, collections made
til business promptly attended to.
a Sal? A 32
1 Hi! Nil l9
THEY KISS AND MAKE UP.
Morofllnl'8 Are Onoe More a
United Family, and All
Tie Happy Essult Brought About Ij a
Female Dsteotira After the Men
Had All Tailed.
Mamma Moroaini Out of Danger, and
Victoria's Choice Justified by
Hkw York, September 17. Mrs.
Kodcn, the wife of a street railroad In
spector, bas been occasionally employed
by Inspector Byrnes to assist la un
raveling tang'ed police) skeins, and has
the reputation of being a good detective.
When Byrnes was notified that Victoria
iforoslnl bad run away, be thought of
Mrs. Nodeo, and sbe was employed In the
case. As Mrs. Nodeo stepped fioiu
a train at the Yonker station yestedar,
a cab took her to Mr. Morualui's house.
"Wait for me," sbe aald to the driver;
"I shall go back la flv- minutes." She
entered the bouse, and when the five min
utes were up Juiia Morosinl came to the
door aud t -Id the driver be ueed wait no
longer, at the lady was uot going back.
Th station-master at Mount St. Vincent
when the 1:30 train arrived saw
Mr. and Mrs. Schelllng step from
the platform and slowly trudged up the
hill. When they arrived at the public
road, Schelllng kissed bis wife, and then
turning back to the old Forest Castle,
which is used by the dignitaries as the
Catholic Church, sat down upon the
steps. Mrs. Schelllng went to the father's
bouse. At three o'clock she came out
with Father McNamee, and the two walk
ed down the road. Before they reached
the acsdemy, Oiovannl and Attiilo Moro
inl joined them.
THE W0R08IX1S UAI'l'V.
The party entered the grounds aud
when Schelllng saw them be walked to
ward them, a few words were spoken by
the priest, the rest of the party uodded
and smiled, and ttien the priest walked
toward the academy and the rest of
the party proceeded toward the railroad
station. The young Moiosluls were
In a happy mood. Frequent laughter
bro ,e from tne party, and Scbelliug on
one occasion bad to hold his sides while
be laughed. The party arrived at the
station just as the train for New York
arrived. Attlllo kissed bis sister, while
bis brother cordially shook the hand of
bis brother-in-law. Then the brothers
helped their sister and brotticr-in-law
upon the train and waved adieu until the
train was out of sight. The passengers
learaed that they were on board anl
very one managed to catch a ellmpse of
their faces. The bridal pair sat together
and wiping tbelr hands and mouths upon
one handkerchief. Mrs. Schelllng evi
dently enjoyed the attention sne at
tracted. On their arrival in this city
they were driven straight to tbelr rooms
on Fourteenth street. On the way to the
Mount St. Vincent Station Giovanni
Moroslnl bad carried a large yellow
allae, and when he separated
from his slater at the station be
banded the valise to Schelllng, who
took it along. Captain Maagin has beeu
working all along to effect a reconcilia
tion. He was not over-succes.-fu!, but
now that Mrs. Noden is on hand to assist
him it is probable that Mr. and Mrs.
Schel lug and the Morosinis wilt not long
be two families. Attlllo Morosinl was
asked yesterday what the chances for a
reconciliation were. "We have no one to
be reconciled with," he said, "except
Victoria, and we are all ready to receive
ber with open arms."
"And ber husband." He shrugged bis
boulders and smiled.
"Oh, I don't blame my sister in mar
rying that man," said Julia, "I think
any girl is right in marrying the man
she loves. It's the way she married him
that I object to."
Dr. Pike says Mrs. Moroslnl is out of
X SKLF-COXFESSED FOKUKK.
He Returns to Mais What Restitution
Is in His Power.
Pittsburgh, Pa., September 17. A
Youugstown, Ohio, special says: "Sam
uel Wannamaker at one time a very
wealthy resident of Jackson, in this
county, who disappeared suddenly last
June, bas returned home without money
and nearly dead of consumption. In
bis absence various suits were brought to
recover on notes made by Wannamaker
Indorsed by his father, now dead, and
bis father-in-law. The father-in-law pro
nounced the indorsements forgeries.
Wannamaker, realizing the fact that he
could not live, sent for a notary public
yesterday and made a long statement in
which he admits that both the indorse
ments were forgeries. The amount in
volved is over $25,000. Wannamaker is
forty-six years old and has a wife and
A Sensible, If Unwilling Father-in-Law.
New York, September 17. Mr. Sickles
Informed a reporter this morning that he
was prepared to do the proper thing by
his daughter and newly acquired son.
'I will put as much money up as neces
sary to back Mr. Meade in any business
enterprise. In short I am willing to
back: him to any amount. lie
bas, I believe eight thousand dol
lars of his own and intends to start
a grocery store. I will furnish
half the capital. I would do more if re
quired. My daughter la all right. I
have provided for ber In my will to the
extent ot five hundred thousand. So you
ee they are likely to be well fixed."
Mrs. Meade la about nineteen, tall and
baudsome, with dark browa hair, and
blue eyes. Her husband has considerable
humor, and la said to be full of fun. Uo
r ates that be is a telegraph operator.
Ar Bar of the Cumberland Ra union,
Rociikbtkr, N. Y. September 17. At
Jl :80 this morning a preliminary business
meeting of the Army of the Cumberland
reunion was held in the City Hall. Cen
tral Sheridan presided. Mlsa Ransom,
the noted artist who painted the historical
work representing George II. Thomas,
was present ; also maay outers of the
MfUAna mod numliwi tif.th inaal, fo.ysjpnndjlcfcctlvo jn nt SQtaifyiuitJh
tees were appoiuted and a few reports
read. The other reports w.-re put ovet
until to morrow inorulLg. This after
noon the visitors are sight-seeing. Thers
will be a parade and grand banquet tomorrow.
TOSSED LIKE AN EGGSHELL.
Bough Experience of a Brig- in a Marin
I'knsaoola, Fla., September 17. Th
American brig Charles Dennis, from
Maine, has just arrived here, after a pas
sage of forty-two days. On August 15,
In latitude thirty-seven degrees, longi
tude seventy-five degrees, about five de
grees off the shore, she encountered
marine earthquake, supposed to have
been a sequence of the one which shook np
New York aud New Euglaud. The appear
ance of the sky denoted a hurricane,
and the brig was put under short sail.
The wind veered to every point and then
lulled. Suddenly a roar of the sea deeper
thau thunder was heard. The sea boiled
aud great waves were heaped up, tossing
the brig like an egg-shell, end when the
commotion ceased It was found that the
vessel was partly dismasted. The earth
quake must have had Its center some 400
miles east of i La iters. During the com
motion of the waters there was but little
American Forestry Congresa.
Sakatoga, N. Y., September 17. The
American Forestry, Congress opened here
Hon. George . Lorlug, United States
Commissioner of Agriculture, delivered
the annual address, announcing the pur
pose of the convention to be an appeal to
the owoers of land and th managers ot
public affairs In behalf of the forestry In
dustry of this country. He said :
The great problem now studlod every
where, is: How can our home ludutftries be
niOHi profitably developed? and no lnduHtry is
n.irt) important than tuat which would pro
tect the forests. L'p to the present time the
whole business of lumbering- has been to a
grt-at extent extravagantly aud reckleasly
conducted. Now it is one of Uia moat Intri
cate and trnulilexonio qui-tttiona presented to
the mind of thu economist how to deal with
our forest; how to preserve and restore
them; bow to plant trees upon waste lands;
bow to proteei them by any form of legisla
tion; all question so diBiciilt to settle that I
have never beun able to ascertain exactly
what is the definite policy of any individual,
or of any body of Individuals.
Dr. Lorlug spoke favorably of the sys
tem of forestry legislation now taking
place in Ohio, and of the law passed last
winter in this State respecting the Adl
rundacks and their preservation; he
recommended the introduction ot similar
laws in all the States of the Union, as
tending to promote the Interests of the
whole country in this regard.
The principal meeting will be to-day,
when the officers of the association will
be elected, and papers will be read bear
ing on the condition of the Adlrondacks
and the various water-courses of New
STILL THKY COMK.
And the Federal Ofnoere Seem Power
less to Stay the Tide.
Portland, Owe., September 17. Cus:
torn-house officials state that a few days
days ago about forty or more Chinamen
landed at Ulstalady, Washington Terri
tory, from British Columbia. The celes
tials bad managed to smuggle themselves
across the boundary in violation of the
restriction law. The statement Is made
on good authority that there exists a
complete organization at Victoria tor the
purpose of running Chinamen across the
The masters of various steamers ply
ing along the Sound report that many
Chinamen are passing up in spite of the
vigilance of the officials. The captain on
one steamer has been privately offered
$30 each for women and 820 each for
men for landing tbem surreptitiously on
American soil. It is reported that about
thirty Chinese women were smuggled
over a few days ago and landed at Port
Gamble. The women are invariably im
ported for Immoral purposes, and high
prices are paid for them.
A Dead-Lock Certain.
Bkavkr Dam, Wis., September 17.
Incoming trains were loaded this morn
Ing with delegates to the Democratic
Congressional Convention of the Second
District. Politicians from all parts of the
State are on the grounds. While Sawyer,
of Waukesha, professes to have a large
following, it is admitted that the fight
lays between Generals Bragg and De
laney, and a dead-lock Is considered in
evitable. The convention opens this
So Try It A rain.
Baltimore, Md., September 17. The
Democrats of the Second Congressional
District met in convention at Towson to
day to nominate a candidate for Con
gress. The first ballot resulted: Talbot,
6 j Shaw, 5; Constable, 4 and Hopkins,
5. This is the district in which the
Democrats failed to make a choice last
month, when the convention at Baltimore
adjourned In a deadlock after 1,400 bal
lots bad been taken
To be Explained.
New York, September 17. It is learn
ed at Republican headquarters that an
elaborate explanation of Blaine's transac
tions with Fisher Is to be prepared for
the public. Eminent legal talent has
been employed. Ex-Senator McDonald,
of Arkansas, is contributes facts which
put a different construction upou the
Fisher view of the matter. Mr. Blaine
is not expected here until Saturday even
lug. Peoria D xnocraey's Big- Say.
Pkoria, III., September 17. This is a
big day for the Democracy of Pooria and
vicinity. Carter Harrison, candidate for
Governor, and Mr. Hendricks, arrived
early in the day and were enthusiastically
received. Harrison was accompanied by
the Cook Couuty Club, and Hendricks by
a throng oi personal and political friends.
Both tpeak at tha Fair Grounds this
afternoon. There will be a great
demonstration to-night Three meet
ings have been arranged for, It is ex
pected to be the greatest political event
In the city's history. The weather Is
favorable, being cool and bright.
JBUiinaplnir Colored Miners.
Longst kktii, 0., September 17, A
Constablo appeared at Camp Quusalus
yesterday with a warrant to arrest
twenty-five colored miners working
nnaer guaro, tne cnargo being unlaw-
lui snooting on sunaar. The
on Sunday. Tbe warrant
SHOT BY A TRAMP.
Tbe Mayor of the City of Charlotte
MIoh., Probably Fatally
Aa Attendant in a Kentucky Insane Jury
lam Brained lj a Negro Patient la
Fulfillment of a Year-Old Promise.
A Brutal Boas Subbed to Death by a
Wife-Beater A Serious Mob,
Shot by a Tramp.
Charlotte, Mich., September 17.
This city Is wild with excitement over
tbe shooting of Mayor Samuel Robinson
by a tramp at a late hour last night. It
appears that after Robinson retired he
was startled by some one at his bed-room
window. He arose and stepped to the
door and ordered the intruder to leave,
whereupon two shots were fired by tbe
fellow, one of which entered his left
breast. A hue and cry was raised by the
officers, and the citizens were aroused.
After a search the man who Is supposed
to be the ossasain was found at the
Grand Trunk Junction. When taken lato
custody and placed in jal;, a revolver and
razor were fouud on his person. Tbe re
volver carried the same sized ball as the
one fired at Robinson. Robinson's con
dition is critical. His physicians do not
give his friends much encouragement.
Kept BU Threat.
Locuvillk, Ky., September 17. A
negro patient at the Anchorage Insane
Asylum attacked an attendant Monday
and beat hltn into insensibility, inflicting
injuries which are regarded as fatal.
Several patients were at work In the gar
den of the Asy.um under the charge of
one attendant, when the insane negro
turned upon him, knocked him down
with a brick and belabored him over the
head with a shovel, lracturiog his skull.
.The assauit was premeditated, the luna
tic having threatened a year ago to kill
this guard at the first opportuutty.
Slabbed in the Heck.
Da Soto, Mo., September 17. Last
night about one o'clock Section Boss
Qulnn of the Iron Mountain Road went
to the boarding place of James Evans,
and calling him up stabbed him in the
neck, Inflicting a serious wound. The
men had quarreled during the day, Quinn
discharging Evans. The wounded man
was tazen to the Railway Employes'
Home In Carondelet this morning.
Colcmbus, 0., September 17. James
Jones, living near Corning, quarreled
with bis wife yesterday, and John Hunter
interfered in her behalf. Jones stabbed
Hunter several times in the body, from
the effects of which be died within a few
A Serious Mob.
Dktboit, Micil, September 17. A
special to tne Xewi from London, Ont.,
says that during a street row in Nilea
town, eight miles from there, between
ten and eleven o'clock last night, Rufus
Eldredge, a farmer of the second conces
sion of Westminster, was fatally stabbed
In the heart, and died In about three min
utes. Afterward three men, alleged to
been interested in the affair, were ar
rested and brought to jail. Another
man, named Edward Nelty, Is reported
to be dying from wounds received In the
Athens, 0., September 17. The evict
ed and Idle . miners are said to be com
mitting depredations on farms in this
vicinity, owing to their destitution. The
farmers are afraid to take legal steps for
Cincinnati, 0., September 17. For
months skilled artisans have been labor
ing to prepare a brief season of carnival;
for months our citizens looked forward
to Clnclnnatns' pageant as the event of
the year. People bare been praying for
rain, and this morning awoke to find that
their petitions had been answered. At
noon the weather is cloudy and threaten
lug. The city is full of strangers, and
accommodations at the hotels are scarce.
Every resident has made preparations to
witness the pageant. The streets will
contain such a crowd to-night as was
never witnessed here before, If the
weather is propitious. A general illum
ination of business establishments and
private residences will take place. Tbe
grand ball of the Order of Cinclnnatus is
to take place at the Chamber of Com
merce on Thursday evening.
A Lively Fire of Friendly Salutes.
Matamoras, Mkx., September 17.
Yesterday witnessed the opening fetes of
the Independence, being the seventy
fourth anniversary of tbe Mexican Decla
ration of the Independence from tbe
Spanish yoke. Tbe city is in gala array.
The firing of cannon, ringing of beils,
speech-making and fandangoes are in or
der for the next three days.
As the noon salute from tbe Spanish
fort was being fired yesterday the cannon
from Fort Browa ou the American side,
thundered forth in a friendly reply,
which was returned gun for gun, all the
afternoon. The flags of the two Repub
lics were displayed from many houses.
The Oood Samaritan.
Pittsburgh, Pa., September 17. The
thirty-sixth National session of the Grand
Council of Good Samaritans and Daugh
ters of Samaria Is now In salon here.
Tbe meeting was called to order by Rev.
D. P. Seaton, Bight Worthy National
Grand Chief, of Washington. Delegates
were present from Ksntooky, Maryland,
District ot Colnubia, Virginia, Indiana,
Ohio, Delaware, Tenaeeaee, Vow Jersey
and West Virginia. The sessions were
lecret and composed of 300 lodges and
10,000 members, with headquarters at
Farmm Cm, lu.,
Fbla morning, aa ta
westward, when within a short dlstanct
of this city It encountered a broken rail
on the track. The train was going at I
rapid rate of speed, and when
the broken rail was reached, was throws
from the track, a confused mass ot peo
ple, wrecked cars, etc. Fifteen or twent)
persons received such Injuries as to be in
a perfectly helpless condition, but fortu
nately no one was killed.
Ex-Governor, Hendricks, of Indiana,
and Democratic candidate for Vice-President,
was on the train, en route tor Peo
ria, but miraculously escaped being hurt.
A fellow-traveler with him received se
vere injuries. Much alarm and excite
ment was caused by the mishap.
BASH UALL. BlUtVlTltt.
core of Oaaee Played on Tuseday,
Chicago, 111. Chlcagos, 17 j BoUon, 0.
Cleveland, O. Clevelands, 12; New
Buffalo, N. Y.-Buffalos, 7; Phlladel
Detroit, Mich. Providences, 4; De
Toledo, 0. Toledos, 7; Baltlmores, 8.
Columbus, 0. Athletics, 4 ; Columbus,
4; ten innings.
Louisville, Ky. Loulivllles, 6; Alle
Cincinnati, 0. Cincinnati, ll;Brook
Ba tlmore, Md. Pittsburgh Unions,
11; Baltimore Unions, 4.
Washington, D. C St. Louis Unions,
9; Nationals, 5; game called at end of
eighth inning on account ot darkness.
Boston, Mass. Cincinnati Unions, 8;
Bobton Uirlons, 4.
Sheepahead Bay Races.
New York, Septem er 17. This was
the eighth day of the autumn meeting of
tbe Coney Island Jockey Club at Sheepa
head Bay. There was an average attend
ance. First Race Two-year-olds; three
quarters mile : Contessa, first; Rapldo,
second; J. W. Rogers, third. Time, 1:16
Second Race All ages; one mile:
Pearl Jennings, first; Aranza, second;
Duplex, third. Time, l :40 1 -2.
Third Race Three-year-olds; one aud
three-eighths miles: Royal Arch, first;
Economy, secoud; Ten Strike, third.
Time, 2:25 3-4.
Fourth Race All ages; two miles;
Mttjleor, first; Nettle, second; Clonmel,
third. Time, 3:32 34.
Fifth Race Three-year-olds and up-
Sards; one and one-quarter miles: Joe
ltchell, first; Carley B., second; Ram
bler, third. Time, 2:10 3-4.
Sixth Race Steeplechase over the
short course: Major Pickett, first;
Charley Epps, second; Captain Curry,
third. Time, 4:18 1-2.
Louisville, Ky., September 17. The
fall meeting of the Louisville Jockey
Club opened yesterday with fine weather,
good track and large attendance.
First Race Six furlongs, for all ages :
Mona, first; Strickland, second; Allee,
third. Time, 1:15 3-4. Mutuals, S13.30.
Second Race Mile heats, all ages;
Selling conditions: John Sullivan, first;
Golden Venture, second; Palmetto,
third. Time, 1 :46 3-4, 1 :49 1-2.
Third Race Turf stakes; nine fur
longs: Billy Gllmore, first; Tom Martin,
second; Aleck Anient, third. Time, 1:58
1-2. Mutualx, 8121.10.
Fourth Race For maiden two-year-olds;
Ave furlongs: Rock, first; Fair
branch, second; Derphlne, third. Time,
1 :05 3-s. Mutuals paid, 812.40.
Fifth Race For all ages; one and one
quarter miles: Highfllght, first; Kansas,
second; Sovereign Pot, third. Time,
2:14 3-4. Mutuals, 825.90.
Colored Menfl Conferenoe.
New York, September 17. Register ol
the Treasury, B. K. Bruce, chief of th
directors in the colored people's depart
ment In the New Orleans Exposition, met
and consulted with several prominent
colored gentlemen at the noffman Hous
yesterday on the subject of the proposal
to the Directors of the Exposition to en
large the space alloted to their depart
ment. Encouraging reports were re
ceived of tbe efforts of colored people tc
make a creditable exhibit. Among those
present were ex-Senator Pincbback, Con
sul Astwood, Doctor Tanner, Editor For
tune, Rev. Doctor Derrick, Lawyei
Quarles and others.
Too Close for Comfort.
Port Huron, Mich., September 17.
The forest fires have reached the south
and west corners of the city limits. Yes
terday the firemen were called out tc
protect property. Miles of fencing have
been burned. Houses abont the lower
end of Tenth street are In danger. The
city Is filled with smoke and flying cin
ders. Men were driven from the fields
by the flames while fighting the fire on the
Manual farm, three miles below the cty.
Sued for Libel.
Augusta, Mk., September 17. Several
warrants have been placed In the hands
of Sheriff Libby for the arrest for libel
of the New York World, correspondent
who compiled for bis paper a list of the
names of persons whom he alleged ac
cepted bribes on election day to vote
the Republican ticket. Some of the
parties named did not vote at all
while others voted tbe Democratic ticket.
8 grhtean Months for Big-amy.
Pkkin, III., September 17. The jury
In the case ot the State vs. George Sea
Christ, a prominent and well-to-do young
farmer living about twelve miles south of
here, for bigamy, returned a verdict this
morning of gul.ty, and a sentence ol
eighteen months In the Jollet Peniten
tiary. Bloa Tin Mines.
Whkklino, W. Va., September 17.
Much attention is attracted to a dlscov.
ery of tin In Mason and Cabell Counties,
this State. It is estimated that the veins
are rich enough to supply a dozen fur
naces for scores of years. Machinery has
been ordered, and operations will be be
gun on a large scale.
Lbaovillb, Col., September 17. R.
A. Day, a piomhtent mining man and
an ex-Alder me a ot this city, while as
cending the abaft oi the Vaaderbllt
ri8 in a LocistaU a rtla,
IN THE PASTRY
YaIHa,Lcmaa,Oraate. etc.. aavar Cahea,
Crcaaa,Piidllaca,fca.,aa delicately mm mmu
rally aa the frail rraai which they ar mmmm.
FOB STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
MIPARIS II TNK
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. 8t. Louie, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems,
Beat Dry Hop Tcaat.
FOR BAT .73 BT aBOCZSW.
WE HAKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 1 91 Commercial Aye.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrate!
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet lion Work.
. HEADQUARTERS FOR
Bnlldcri' Hardware and Carpenters' Toolr.Tab.'e
and Pocket Cntlery, beat tn tbe raarket. Rogere
Broa.' Plated Kntoee, Forki ana Spoona, Graulte
Iron Ware. Berlin Xarthenware, White Mountain
Freezer, Water Coolers, Rufrlxeratore, Clothes
Wrlngeri, Crown Flntera. Htep Ladders, Garden
Implement!, Guides tttar Oil 8tovee- best in the
world, Lampi of ererr description. Jtlala Oil,
Carpet Sweeper, Feather Dusters, Broomi, Win
dow Screen wire Cloth, Full anpplj ot Flahing
The abnte at rock bottom prtcea. ,
Corner Ulh and Commercial A venae, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newlantl and
and Gas Fi
Commercial Ave , bet. feutb and Ele
OA1KO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pnmpa famished and
pnt np. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
he beat pump ever Invented. New Oai Flitarea
nrnlshed- to order. Old fixtures repaired and
t3"Jobblng promptly attended to J19-U
Manufacturer end Dealer In
SODA WATER. j ,
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
pj E. INOE, !
Manufacturer and Dealer in
8th Street .between Com'l Ave- and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMTJNITION. I
afai Keoalred. All Kindt ol Kt I Mid.
FLOUR, OBAIK AND HA i
! EOTtiaaFloiirmff Milln
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