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No. 11)1 Commercial Ave.,
fiole Aijcntfoi the Celebrated
also carries the largest and best selected dock ot
ever brought tu the city. Price. ranging from the
lo est lor a cheap stove Dp to the cluse.t figure
ON the FINEST ami BEST.
HEADQUARTERS I OR
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etc. Call andexamtn before purcliatliie.
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Telephone No. I-J.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newland and
Plunks. Steam and Gas Fitter
Coraraercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
Ulvo Well Force anil Lift Pomps furnished and
pot np, Agent for tho Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
he bent pump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
urn). bed to order. Did fixtures repuired aud
EJTjobblng promptly attended to 31Mf
IlEXRY IT ASEN JAEGER,
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Sprinjs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Boer in kegs ami bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
130 &188 Com'l Ave.
havo a full and cotnpleto lino of
Lluen Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
Abeavy stock o! Body Brnsenis, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'.bs, all sizes and prices.
All Ooodai at Hottom Prioont
JtJEW YORK STORIv
WnOLKBALE AND KSTA1L. .
Th Lar2$t variety 3tocb
IN" THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLpSE
NEW YORK STORE. CO,
THE WOLF ON THE TRAIL
El Cayotto, tho Dosporato Moxicau
Bandit, A wain On tho
Ea Escapes Prom Jail, Eiorganizjs His
Gang and Mxkes a Desperate Attack
Oa the Authorities of Saliues.
A Sanguinary Affray Likely to Ho Followed
By Others of the Same Charac
Montkiikv, Mkx., October 4, Later
Information from S illno City, tho scene
of Tliursduy'a bloody outrage, confirms
the first report that tho attack w s or
ganized and led by thu notorious bandit
Kl Cayotto (Tho Wolf). Monday night
Kl Cayotto undo his escape from jail ut
Nucvo Laredo, on tho Klo Grande. It Is
believed that ho bribed his jailers to al
low him to escape, and Immediately fled
to tho mountains and set about gather
lug his old band ot outlaw together.
Kl Cayotto had solemnly sworn to take
thu lifo of Alcalde Santos, for tho part tho
latter took In causlrg his arrest for tho
liustaiiiento train robbery, In which
I'abio Oulnta, tho Mayor of Nucva Lare
do, was also implicated, aud afterward
lrnpcsched and removed from olllcc.
At Ramos, some twenty miles from
Salinas, F.lCayottewarbhaled his baud of
eighty men, from which point they strag
gled into buiiua. ' Ao;ut four o'clock
Thursday afternoon, when tho Alcalde
aud other municipal ollicershad returned
from their daily siesta, a small band of
Vile men was noticed about tho plaza In
tho uclghbo: hood of the prefecture. The
appearance ot a mounted equad, with Kl
Cayotte at thu head, was the slgual of
K idriguez, tho Chief of l'ollce, with
huh a dozen assistants, ruined to the pre
lecture and cl. se J the doors on the ex
cited inob. A fU"liade coutlnued uull.
alter lurk, when the d 'ors wcro bioen
and Kl Cayote appeared, drawing the
lileless bucly of Alcalde Santos, wriiie an
other bandit threw Rodriguez' b jdy into
tUe midst of the crowd.
All the stores la the city were closed
Immediately on tLc outbreak, and the
The exact number killed aud wouuded
Is not known, for tho reason that tho
bandits carried their dead and wounded
away with them. The citizens claim to
havo counted two dead bandit about tbo
street, the result of the terrible lire from
tho wludows of thu prefecture, with re
peat. ng rillcs. Five policemen were
mortally wouuded, aud two are siuce re
Tho principal buildings were sacked,
and everything of value carried avay.
A cw shops were also gutted. No ef
fort was made by tbe citizens to arrest
Kl Cayotto barranzucd his men in the
pla.a after thu attack, stating that they
would now go forth aud nvengo the
wrongs he had suffered, lie declared
ho would kill thu authorities at l'alo
Dlauco and liuatamentc, and then seek
Toward midnight, after Indulging In a
disgraceful- orgie, Kl Cayotte and his
baud, numbering at least eighty we 1
arincd men, took their dead and started
westward la the direction ot Abasolo.
Sanguinary aud sudden attacks are ex
pec to i to occur within a day or two at
several point-). Tho Federal authorities
are about to send troops.
A WOMAX'S IIEUOISM.
Saves the Lives of Three Men Un
conscious of Sanger.
Gr.ojtGKTOw.v, Col, October I. The
courago and presence of rulud of Mrs.
Koblteatt, of this place, yesterday saved
thrco meu from a miserable death. The
Centennial mluc, located at the south end
of town, and within the town limits,
caught tiro about eight feet in from
the mouth ot the main drift. Tho
timbers werj as dry as tinder. Three
men were at work inside, one la a shaft
and two in at the breast of tho drilt. At
the p'aco where tho tire was burning
there were about tweuty pounds of iriaut
powder an t four boxc- of giant caps, and
tho (la nes wcro all round them. Mrs.
Kobitcau, happening to seo the blaze
coming out of tho drift, ran into the drift
with a bucket ot water and dashed It up
on thu powder and caps, and con
tinued her labors until tne flames were
subdued. The box containing tho pow
der was badly charred, and tho labels up
on the cap boxes wcro burned off. Had
tho powder and caps been ignited tho
three men working lusldo would havo
perished beyond a doubt. Mrs. Koblteau
Is tho heroine ot the hour.
Judgo Lynch Holds Court.
New Oulkans, La., October 4. Tho
southeastern couutics of Mississippi are
being visited by an epidemic of lynchlug,
growing out cf (in apparent want of cou
ildencolnthe courts. On Monday night
In Adams County, but near tho lino ot
Franklin, where tho wholesale lynchlug
of lour negroes took place last week,
a mixed mob of whites and blacks exe
cuted popular justlco on Win. Smith,
a negro who had outraged aud
left lor dead from tho effects ot
his violent treatment an old col
ored wounn. Smith had been ar
rested and was in tho hands ot tbo olll
cc rs, being conveyed to tho Adams Couu
ty Jail when tho mob, overtook thi-m,
rescued thu prisoner, and hung him to a
treoon which another negro had been
hanged sonio tlmo ago, aud his head cut
oft and stuck upon a polo la the midst ot
a poud cloo at hand.
Th fo.lowlDg Item comes from Mend
ville, KraDklln County, whero tho jail
was cleaned out by lynchers last wecki
"Tho whlto man, Brown Sullivan, who
was tried at Mcadvlllo on a cliango ot
Viuuo from Jefferson County, and ac
qnittcd, for the murder of Fro? man last
year, was yesterday executed by a mob."
It was one of the most desperate and
atrocious murders ever commuted la
Mississippi, the strongest evidence going
to show that Freeman was waylaid by
Brown Sullivan and his father, Dan Sul
livan, and shot down lu a country
load, and wben night came on was
tied and packed oft by thorn on a polo,
some 2,000 yards, into the woods, and
concealed in a large hollow lot con
talniag water, where ho was thorough
ly potrlflod before discovery. Brown
rltlytn was tne)ir5tDallarJ
of September ' '20th, and tho fact
that the .Sheriff of JeflVroii was
two' ty-four hours late In turning him
over to th i Frank! in jailer was all that
then saved bis neck. Great Indignation
is expressed at tho turning loose of t A
murderer, and the resu't ot the trial
shows thu want of confldunco lu tbo
court expressed by tho mob was well
fouuded. " ' :'
HASH UAL!, IWtKVlilEH.
feote'et Catnrs Played on Fillay,
CUveland, O.- Bostons, 7; Clevelands,
fi. Klght Innings. Gnnio called on ac
count of darkness.
. Buffalo, N. Y.-Buffalos, 11;. Provi
111. C'hlcagos, 13; New
Mlih.-riiliadolphlas, 5; Do-
Pittsburgh, Pu Columbui, 14;
gheuys, 3. Klght lunlugs played.
Brighton Boach Racs
Nicw Yokk, October 4. Despite the
Inclement leather tbero was an average
attemlaucu at Brighton Beach yesterday,
First Kace For bcatou horses; three
fourths of a mile; Barney Aaron, first ;
Faugh-a-Balligh, second; Battlcdoro,
third. Time, 1:21 1-2.
Second Bacc Alt ogo; one mile;
Weasel, llrstj Charley Kern -land, sec
ond; Dan K., third. Time, 1:47.
Third Kace Handicap for a;l aacs;
oho and one-fourth miles; Wavo
O'Llght, firsts Hazard, second; Nungfan,
third. Time, 2:17.
Fourth Kace For all ases; one and
one-fourth miles; Woodllower, first;
Florence M., second; Nitot, third.
Harrison at Galesburar.
Galksrcko, III., October 4. "artcr
Harrison and Major Orendoff spoko at
tbe depot this noon. Klward Lyuch
and Olc Bondlxou speak this a teraooo.
Governor Cleveland's Return.
A Liu ny, N. Y., October 4. Governor
C eveland arrived here early this morn
ing, after a quiet trip from Buffalo. No
demonstrations were made upon his ro
turn. P ed a Pjlitioal Organ.
Wjieku.vo, W. Va., October 4. -Tho
o dice of the Mo;indsville Herald, a straight
out Republican weekly paper, was ruined
last night. The forms had been made up
and were awaiting tho pres. Early this
morning the chases were cut, the matter
pied and much of it thrown Into thu
street. The press was rlso broken and
a portion of it carried ff. Political re
venge was the cause.
A Charmad Life.
Wiikeuxg, W. Va., October 4. A
special train on the Pan-Handlo P.oad,
carrying Governor lleudrlcks, collided
with a haud-car this morning at day
1 gut, killing John Foutz, a boy of
twelve years, and Thomas Walden,
trackman. The P umed Kulght Club
of this city wero also ou the train, but
none wero Injured In tho colllalou, which
was caused by tho heavy fog prevailing
at the time.
, To Sofeat Tammany.
New York, October 4. About twenty
prominent gentlemen, Including meu of
both political partl-. s, met last night in
formally at Delmonlco's to talk over plans
for uniting on a first rate citizen's ticket
to defeat Tammany. Tho movement is
eaid to be strictly a non-partisan effort
toward muni ipal ref rm, regardless of
party ties. M iss meetlugs aro projected
to test the senso of the public.
Must Jlava Been "S9n."
Cincinnati, 0 , Octibcr 4. Tho Com
rtwrciul Guzetle makes Its appearance
this morning without Its column of In
dependent campaign matter,' and says
editorially: ,lWo do l ot caro to excluilo
this sect of Pharisees, who lovo to ex
alt themse ves, from our advertlslpg col
umns, but hereafter It will bo necessary
for them to sign thjlr names to their
deliverances In order that tbo public
may kuow who Is rcsponsib'o for tho
reproductio i of tho burut powder."
Blaine at Newark, Ohio.
Newark, 0., October 4 The Blalno
party started from Columbus by special
train on tho Baltimore & Ohio Kallroad,
for Newark, a Uttlu before ten o'clock.
Large crowds assembled ut tho depot and
gave him a farewell Kaluto. Tho recep
tion committee of forty, composed ot
citizens of Newark, mot blm at Columbus
to escort Mm to Newark, where ho was
greeted by an unnsuaily largo audience,
considering that the town aud county of
Lick ng aro Democratic. He was escort
ed to tho Court Houso square by a largo
procession. Blalno was Introduced by
C. . II. Kibbler, and made a lengthy
speech, In which ha was loudly cheered.
Eulhuslaatio R o?ptlon to tha D.mo
oratio Nominee in Wheeling-.
WiiKKi.iNc, W. Va , October 4 Hou.
Thomas A. Hendricks nrrlvod lu the city,
this morning at 8:110 ou a special
train on tho Pittsburgh, Chicago & St.
Louis Kallroad, and, after taking break
fast at his hotel, an Info, mal reception
was tendered him aud Messrs. Kandall
and Fellows, who accompany him. Many
prominent Democrats of the city aud
Statu called to pay their respects. At
eleven o'clock tin Industrial display aud
a parade ot marching clubs, thu largest
similar demonstration ever seen In this
city during this campaign, moved over
the principal streets Tho city Is daily
decorated. Mr, Hendricks was repeat
edly choored along the route of march.
About r,000 slraugers are In thu city,
Mossrs. Hendricks and Bandall speak this
afternoou at tho Fair Grounds and this
ovoQlng a torchlight procession takes
Bingiiamton, N. Y.,- October 4. A
fearful tragedy occurred In the north
west part of tbe ctly lmlts at eleven
o'clock to-day, A party ' ot boys wont
out o lupins, when one, George Tumor,
sixteen years ot ago, either by accident or:
design, i Ischargod a muskotlutoacrowd
ot bis compaulons, riddling ore, KriKBt
uibson, teu years of age, with Duet'
hot, killing him instantly, an 1 wound
ing another, Janla Livingston, - la the
bowels, probably fatally, Turner, after!
- J(i p-pqfajorB1n
Quick to Quarrol, But Slow tc
Shoot Horace tbo
A Triangular Tight Botween Brothers, in
' Which One of Them is Shot
Dead-Blown to Pieces. -
Death of Miss Carpenter Stole Her Babe
nnd Unseated Her
Quick on the Trisrsrer. '
Poi'kissvii.i.k, Ky., October 4. An
altercation oc urrod near tho fair
grounds yesterday at a betting concern
kopt by F. Douglass, colored, between
Douglass and a whlto man named Nick
Gibson. Tho dispute arose over $;J
which Gibson wou and Douglass refused
to pay. llotli drew pistols simultaneous
ly, but Gibson tired first, twice In quick
succession lullimltig fatal wounds lu tho
abdomen aud mouth of Douglass, who
fell and expired In a few minutes. Gib
son ran aud escaped, but was pursued
and capture . near the city limits.
A Srothsr's Euw With a Fatal Term
ination. Charleston, W. Va., October 4.
Ahaz a'id Kly liurdalt, two brothers, be
came Involved in a row near Youngs,
when blows wero exchanged and a rough
and tumble fight followed, and tho two
iiicd rolled down into tho crock. Ahaz
was at the bottom, but ho extricated
himself aud ran up the bill to tho road,
where Charles liurdatt, another brother,
stood watching tbu proceeding, placed a
Mstol against the breast ot Charles and
fired. Tbe bullet entered the region of
tho heart, cuttlug an artery. Tho victim
dud Instantly. Ahaz was arrested and
placed in jail.
Blown to Pieoes.
Cincinnati, 0., Octobor 4. This morn
ing at eight o'clock a terrible explosion
occurred at tbe factory of tho Central
Manufacturing Company, on Court street,
Mount Adams, lu which James Goodwin,
aged twenty-sovtn, lost his lifo. Tho
l uslness ot the company Is tho manu
facturing of fulminating paper caps used
In toy pistols. In mixlug a fresh supply
tho pestle rubbed against tho edge of tho
morta-, causing the old compound to ex
plode tbe mass already in course of mix
ture. Goodwin was literally blown to
I; Was Xiss Carpenter.
Brooklyn N. Y., October 4. Infor
mation has just been received by Car
penter, father f the mlssiug Sarah C.
Carpenter, luformlng lrl ra ot a telegram
from tho Cuuard steamship ofil.-e In
Liverpool to the effect that a stnnge
young ludy answering tho description of
JVII.ss Carpenter, who sailed on the
Bothnia as Mrs. Browu Blake, drowned
herself on the eveniug of tho second
day out. Shu left no b ggtge except
a satchel, which contained two letters,
one addressed to Mrs. A. F. Carpenter,
aud tho other to Miss Coukllng, a
friend of Sarah's. No doubts now re
main In tbu mluds of the family that
tho drowned Mrs. Blako was Miss Car
penter. Stole Her Babe and Unseated Her Rea
son. IlAitTKoni), Conn., October 4. Mrs.
Wal er Ilawley yesterday threw hcr.-elf
from a window to tho gro'iud, a distance
of twenty-five feet, but escaped serious
injury. She was divorced from a hack
driver named Hubbard several years ago
and given tho custody of their little girl
who died shortly after being abducted by
tho father, as she always Imagined. Sho
has never recovered from the shock
cau cd by tbo death of her child. Sho
declared, however, that she did not In
tend to commit suicide.
THE l'lKK CREEK AC CIDENT.
List of the Killed and Wounded in the
Ashland, Wis., October 4. As tho ro
sultot tho railroad accident at Piko
Creek, near Bayfield, Thursday, fourteen
persons were scalded and mangled, seven
of whom are dead and threo more will
die. A special i rain and help was sent to
tho wreck from Washburn, and relief
also camo from Bayfield. Doctors Ham
mond, ot Bayllold, and Harrison
and Dcsjardins, of Ashland, wcro sum
moucd by telegraph. Tho end aud
wounded wero brought to Ashland, ar
riving lu tho evening. Tho wouuded
were sent to St. Joseph and Wisconsin
and Michigan hospitals, whero they wcro
attended by all our physlclaus.
Tbo panics of tho dead are:
John McCoy, Elroy, Wis., conductor.
Joseph Bablngton, Altoona, Wis., en
gineer. Louis Morris, Wonowoc, Wis,, flro
man. Frank Carlsou, laborer, Washburn.
Michael McCarty, laborer, Portago
Andrew Johnson, laborer, Washburn.
Mat Council, laborer, Washburn.
Tho latter was kll:od lu tho wreck, and
tho others died In tho hospital hero last
nl jlit. Tho Injured aro t
Nat Wilson, scalded; will die.
Will Mack, leg and arm broken.
Frod llaorll ", scalded; will die.
Nat Foley, rib broken.
Mlko Sweeney, hip bruised.
Kd O'Toolo, scaldod dangerously.
Mlko Burke, scalded slighily.
Several othois wore slightly Injured
and two are reported missing, and
supposed to bo under tho wreck.
Superintendent Johnson, ot Hudson, and
Agent Jaynos, of Omaha, arrlvod last
night by special train. Everything poi
slblo was done for tho iomfort ot
the men by tho company. Tito dead
will be burled hero at tho Kallroad
Company's expense. Conductor McCoy
loaves a wife and two children at Elroy,
and Euglneer Bablngton was slnglo.
A Brother's Vna-sano3.
MKMrnts, TtrNN., Octobor . A young
lady named Dvllki Dannor was discov
ered at the CltyTiopttal yottorday who
has been tho victim of her brother-in-law's
hist, and for welch he wis killed by
her brother ner Hernando, MUa; eari?
Thursday monvrag. Miss Dinner w.
living with her ,braUier-ln-law, whitM
from homo, came to Mempblu and I
cured admittance to the City HuMpltal,
wlioro she hoped to bury hor slu lu tho
uamu ol Dolly May. The brothor
traced her to her hiding plucc and
secured from ber i. coulWiou as to who
was thu author of ber ruin, and returned
to Gillespie's houso with tho intention
of compelling him to leave the coun
try. Glllesplo received him with threats
aud a pistol, but young Dauucr got
tho drop on him and shot five times,
each hot, It Is said, bcln; sutllclcnt to
cause death. Gllesplo fell dead in his
tracks. At the Inquost Da' uer was ac
quitted ou tho plea of scli-dctenso.
Fatal Tnjurios Oco intoned by a Railway
FoxiioRoiT.ir, Mass., October 4. A
serious accident occurred on tbo Boston
& l'rovldouco Kallroad last night bo
tween East F'oxborougb aud Mansfield.
A train of empty dumpca s became divid
ed on tho lower grade, near a crossing,
and the rear portion was left on tho track
on a curve, and piled up about thirty
c:irs, covering both tracks and totally
wrecking the 11 minim's station, ried
'I'Um, who was sluing In the flagman's
bouse, was severely burned by a stove
being thrown upon him, and was other
wise Injured. Tb" flagman was thrown a
number of feet nnd several cars went
over him. Both men will die. -
Aliother Poor-House Burnad.
Detroit, M cii., October 4. Tho
Mecosta Couu y Poor-Houso and Asylum
at Big Karid.-. Mich , burned last night.
By tbo prompt and couraguous action of
Keeper East and ills ussis ants and somo
of the paupers, the insane inmates wore
rescued In safety. Tbo structuru was
one leased by tho county for temporary
use, pendiug thu rebuilding of tho ono
burned a year ago.
Death of John C. Ellis.
Schenectady, N. Y., Oi'.obcr 4.
Hon. Johu C. Ellis, of tho Schenectady
Locomotive Works, died suddenly on bis
farm near hero. He represented Schen
ectady County lu tho Assembly of 18U6,
and was a heavy stockholder aud ex
President of tho Locomativo Works, In
which his brothers, Charles G., Edward
and.Wm. Ellis, of New York, aro tho
Panlo at a Pair.
Ottawa, Ont., October 4. Tho bal
cony of tho main building onth' North
Lauarku Agricultural Society grounds at
Almouto fell yesterday afternoon, owing
to the very largu crowd standing on it.
At the lime th ; Interior ot tho hall was
crowded with spectators and an exciting
stampede occurred, in which many wcru
badly bru sed.
An Elevator Accident.
Bcdkalo, N. Y., October 4. By tho
giving way ot tho temporary bu khead ou
tho Niagara elevator his morning.
Thomas Ddy was burled lu grluand
suffocated. Wm. Ilyan, Joan Ward and
M.chael Kyan wero cut, bruised and In
An Action Against tbo Central Iowa.
New York, October 4. John W.
Weed to-day obtained in tho Supreme
Court an attachment against the prop
erty tu this State of the Ceutral Iowa
Kdlway Ccmpany In an action brought
to recover 150 Interest duo upon
D.'ffirenCfS A 'Juated.
New York, October 4. At a meeting
at Boston to-day of the officials of thu
Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fo and Union
Pacific Kali ways all tho differences wero
adjusted, which lnclud s all pools and all
business betweou Chicago, St. Louis and
thu Pacific Oceau.
Bad for a Prohibitionist.
Washington,- D. C, October 4. Tho
water supply has been shut off from tho
houso which Blalno t.as beuu occupying
by lease lu Lafayette Square, this city.
Th. ro Is duo $18 water rent, and it is
said Blalno has at no tlnu been prompt
in paying such assessments.
(4o Tig Out of Business.
Indianapolis, Ind., October 4 Tho
Xcics says: Tho Citizen's National Bank
will go Into voluntary liquidation aud
closo up Its business by reason of the ex
plratlon of Its charter. Tho bank has
been successfully ma oged, (never passing
a dividend, aud Its stock has never been
on themarkct. Capital, 9300,000.
The Fatal Freixht.
Detroit, Mich., October 4. P. K.
Yorkey, married recently, h is been in tho
habit of g lug towork by catching on
freight cars ou tbo Michigan Central
Koad. Tills morning his head struck a
bridge and ho was knocked under the
train and cut la two.
Turnod Ovar to Reooivors.
YoixasTOWN, 0., October 4. II. K.
Taylor aud E. M. Wlls m havo bocn
appointed receivers of, the Mulloublo Iron
Works. Bad management U tho cause,
Tho owners of tho concern are leading
capitalists ot tho city. The assets are
largely In excess of tho liabilities.
TELtfUUAPUl (J 11H12 VITIKS.
Tho assessed valuu of property In
Texas has Increased 90,000,000 over last
It was so warm at St. Paul night bo
foro last that people feared some linpoud
Geo. Wood, a f armor living near Sedan,.
Ia., was shot and killed by somo unknown
Fifteen thousand men wero sont to re
inforce tho Chinoso troops at Kc-Lung
Tho buo ot-shop meu of Chicago h ive
assumod tho Aggressive In tho war wl h
tho Board of Trade
It Is officially donlod that Franco asked
the Uattod States to act as modlator lu
the Chluuso difficulty.
Thero wero 234 fresh casos ot cholera
reported In Italy ye terday and 74 di-athi,
a smalt docrease as compared with tha
previous day. . ,
Near Forsytho, Me., John 0. Morgtn
was fishing In White IUver. A Huh
polled his pole away from him. lie
swam after it, but the flah boat htm, and
he d owned before to could reach the
baak again. , - '
A syaepeU ol Bradstrect's cotton re
port for fieptukber la puMUhid. The
oondlUitii ' la. MM w'ro4 aa reported Ut
This DowdVmevor varies. A marvel of Darltv.
stronntu and wholt'somcuens. More oconoDilcai
(ban ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in com
petition with thu multltndo of low test, short
weight, alum o pliosiihstn pnwdnrs. Sold only
in cuds. JIOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
1UU Wall Street, Now York.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8th.
; nndor tbe maimgemont of
RICHARDS & PRINGLE.
beaded by tho Four Greatest on Earth
Crrand Stroet I'artwloby tHn Geor
itt SSilver Cornnt Band ms
t'jTA(lmlssion, SO and 75 cents. OMlory, 85
cents, beats secured at Dader's.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mitclo to Order.
8th St., hot. Ohio I.cveo & Commercial Ave.
lU'pairlus: neatly done at short notice.
UALLIDAY BROTH K US.
F 1.0 UK, ffBAIiN AND k
Egyptian Flouring Mills
flitrhHt Ciwb Vrl".e Paid for-Wui at
Manufacturer ami Dualor In
8'.h Stn oi.betweeu Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BO KINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AM0NIT1ON.
vinfi. rMtnirnd. Klil. nl Keys Madi,
'a, n. emrii.
Grand Central Store.
. DRY GOODS,
() LKO. - - ILL,
S Mrs, AMANDA CLAKKSOK, Agont.
Nxt Alexander Co. Hank, Hth8t
ItfTOood Stock and PrlMt Ruasonabl. Jt
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY..'
I would tt pcctfill announce Iotas eltlsmel
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ant class uiwIijflDihswM of Wiaur'e CJ'X
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