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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIM,
caiko, iLl., "Tuesday morning, ootobkr 7, lani.
IN THE PASTRY
Vanllln,imoa,Orur-is Savor Cnkee.
t.rcuun,uii,ll(,,A!eNt dHU-uiely oud nut.
urally tbe I'rult from which tbey urr mude.
POtt STKEXUTH AM) TRUE FKL'IT
FtAVOft THEY STAND ALOE.
mxno ir tki
Price eaklng Powder Co..
Chicago, Hi. 8t. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cnam Baking Powder
Dr. Price's I.upuliii Yeast Gems,
iie.l Itry Hup Yeu.t.
EX?! SALE 33-T OUOC3S3SS.
WE MAKE lll'T O.V'E QUALITY.
No. 11H Commercial Ave.,
bole Agent foi the Celebrate.'.
aleocarrlei tbo Urgent aud beat elected ituck ot
eter broia'tit tube city. Price, ranalnc from the
loetat lor t cbeap atuve opto the cloee.t flicurte
ON "the FINEST ami BEST.
liullJirr.' II trilwarc, aud a complete atcortmcnt of
Tinware, Uraotteware, Kurthenwaru aud a general
lino of llounu KumlfhiDL' (iouda, Lampa, futures,
etc. Call and examine hi'fore purthaalng.
Corner liih and Commerc'sl Avenue, Cairo, III.
Tolvi'buiie No. la.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
. (SiiPccKsrr to Cha.. T. XewlanJ and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. fcutb and Ele
Drive Well Force and I.lft Pumps furulahcd and
put up. Agent fur thu Celebrated
"UUCKKVE FORCE PUMP''
hobi'.t pump evnr tuvi'tited. New ( Fixtures
urr.i.heil to order. Uld Fixture repaired aud
ttrjuhblng promptly attended to 819-tf
Henry II asen jaeger,
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
Sheboygan Mineral Spring's Water,
ALWAYS ON 11 A N It.
Milwaukee Deer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
. 13G & 138 Com'l Ave.
havo a full and complcto lluo of
Liui-K Goods, Lusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ol Body Uniiuo!(, Taper
tnei aud Inuralu
A full iloRk of Oil Cloths, all afoul and prices.
All Unod nt Bottom JMoeal
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOUSALK AND HKTA1L.
Th Lav3Ht v'ariety Stock
ilS TI1W CITY.
' . ..
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Tha Groat Trugodian Saya Ho
is a Victim of
Ho Bears on His Person the Marks of
Rough Usage Received at tho
Hands of His Keepers,
What His Physician lias to Say of His
Ncivous Condition He Says He
Will Cure Him.
Sr. Lolls, Mo., October C John Mo
Cullougli, the ciiiliicnt trugeuluu who
closed hU season lust week In Chicago
from mental prostration, arrived at tho
Southern yesterday in company with J.
II. lircsUu. He pent the day with his
Irleud, Manager J. W. Norton. Ho canio
to St. Louis at tho suggestion of his
friends to meet Dr. M. Kc'ler,
of Hot Springs, Ark. Tho doctor ar
rived this morniutr, and alter spending
threo hourj with tho tragedian, was
met by a reporter to whom he said : "I
wish to have you publish that the reports
ot Mr. McCulIotigii'n condition are great
ly exaggerated. 1 huve examined him
careiuiiy, and while 1 II ml him lu a con
dition of mental piostt utiuii, It will not
rt-u,ulie bis permanent retirement from
the stage. 1 will take him to Hot Springs
and wlil restore him to a heal liy condi
tion in a m mtti or six weeks."
"What is thu cause of his prostra
tion?" "A number of causes. In thu Hist place
it Is tuld ho has
perhaps, too much.''
'Iu the matter of drink?"
"No, I know of no on who drank less
than he v lth his temptations. He smoke
too much. Why, he bas stnoKcd a box
of cigars felnco lie arrived yesterday. I
have put a stop to that. But one of thu
greatest causes of his nervvusuetss is
worry about business mattuis. There
have been those who pretended to be
his friends who took advantage of his
weakuess and borrowed heavy sums, not
enough to luipaic.jhis fortnuu, but suf
ficient to prey ou his mind."
"What Is his particular weakness?"
'.Merely exhaustion. You will notkc
a nervous twilchiug ot his hands aud a
llstiessuess about his demeanor. His
system needs a rest. He will have
some one iu bis company constantly to
entertain him." -
"Is ho easily aroused?"
"Not at all. In fact, his symptoms
are quietude. He was treated thamc
fully in Chicago tied down by two
policemen. You will notice a block
mailt under his left eye. Thai is
where a policeman struck him with u
MR. M'Cl'LI.OCGU UIMSKI.P
was then approached by the reporter.
The tragedluu sat in bis ctuir with a
melancholy, listless expression on bis
face, which was very pale. His cheek
was sunken, tho eye bereft of tho lira
wh lull has made Virginlus glow. Titers
wa t:ie black mark under bis left eyo of
which Dr. Keller had spoken. Tho sad
countenance was that ot a sick man.
However, he replied to the reporter's
questlous: "I am as well . s I ever was iu
my life, the reports of the press notwith
standing." "Have you terminated your engage
ments this season to take a rest."
"I have not. I will open u St. Louis
next Monday week, when I am under
lined. McVlcker, the manager of tho
theater lu Chicago shut li s door upou
me and refused to allow me to play, when
I was as caiablo as 1 ever was. liut 1
Mi KVKX SOMK DAY."
"What Is tho cause then of this report
of your nervous proamnion?"
"It arises from tho vile city press of
Chicago, instigated by MoVicker. I am
not profctrated. I am as vigorous as 1 ever
was. My season will goon as usual, and
my troupe will join mo hero next week. I
bad seven months' rest lu Germany aud
that was enough."
"Will you go to Hot Springs?"
"No. ,1 met Dr. Keller hero at his ur
gent request, aud will remain hero until
it is time to opeu my engagement."
"What caused the press to declaro that
you failed In Chicago?"
They reported I was hissed. That Is un
true. McVlcker aud Ids wife occupied a
box my llrst night. Tho next night sev
eral things weut wrong In thu act, but
not more through my fault thau others.
The greatest actors havo dono likewise.
Why, 1 recollect tho tlmo when I prompt
ed Forrest through a whole scene."
"Havo you ever lost consciousness ou
b," Not once. I am as st.ong now as I
ever was, and I havo been the victim ot
1J13AK VS. I'ANTIIEK.
Bemarkable Story Brought to Light by
the Killing of a Cougar.
l'liiLADKLi'itiA, Pa., Octobor C Peter
Bear, who resides at Brown's Mountain,
Clearfield County, was awakened shortly
after daylight Friday morning lust, by a
boIso la his barn. Seizing an axo ho ran
to the placo and. discovered a largo
mouutuln panther drugging off a calf
which It bad just killed and Mr. Bear
shouted, when tho pauthcr, dropping tho
dead calf, turned upou him. Ho
struck it with tho axo, but inflict
ed a -slight wound, only enraging
tho beast. It sprang upou him and
fastened its tooth in hi right shoulder,
but bo succeeded in freeing himself, und
dealt it n terrillo blow with thu axe,
compelling it to retreat. A largo und
powerful bloodhound belonging to Mr.
Bear ran from Its konnol and attacked
tho cougar. Wlil o Us attention was on
gaged ty tho bound Mr. Bear split Its
skuli with a blow from tbo axo, stretching
It dead at bis feet. Tho puma was an old
one and bore marks of a number ot bullet
sod knlfo wounds. It rueasurod eight foot,
teu aud a ball Inches from tip to tip, lu
Hs stomach was found a largo hunting
knife, with tho following ou tho blade t
Cha s Fost r. Tho intermediate letters
re Indistinct. Soiuo time early la Sep
tember a hunter by the name of Charles
Foster, who Is supposed to have resldod
In Keusitiflt a, Philadelphia, visited
ProwU-4 Moantuln on a hunting expodl
tlott. Home hofywhUo paaslng near a
eiy indu'.eil an old woodman, John Y.
Miller, to mako further luvcstlgatlou.
Ho visited thu spot whi'M tho boy fouud
tho bones, und fouud additional bones.
Miller by this tint wis within sight of
tho old cabin, which ho entered andlound
fragments of men's blood-stained cloth
lug scattered arouud tho promts u IIu
fouud also letters und a postal card
addressed to Charles Foster. One
of the letters was addressed to n man
at Altooua, l'a., ono at Dubois, Pa., and
tho postal card at -Couuelsvllle, Pa. It
seems u man named Charles Foster either
died or was murdered 1 1 thut vicinity aud
bis body subsequently devoured by wild
beusts, or he was M led by sotno fero
cious animal. A possible clew to tho
identity of tho murdered man was fouud
at No. 051 Kast Thoinps u street, Phila
delphia, whuro H'-'ury Flsh r resides
Said Mr. Fisher: "A man named
Charles Foster used to live hero. Ho Is
a ship-carpenter by trade, auadveuturous
fellow. He is a widower aud left hero
about a year ago, leaving a daughter,
who Is uow lu Baltliiio e. Tw or threo
mouths elapsed without his answering
letters. His address is, or was, 80 Grand
street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Six weeks ago I
wroto to him, but have not received a
reply. His mother wroto mo from Wil
mington about three weeks ag; inquiring
as t Charles' whereabouts."
UASK IS ALL HUEV1TIK.
Ecore of Oames IPlayel on Saturday,
New York St.
Kansas City Baltimore
Kausas City Unions, 5.
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati Unions, 11;
Detroit, Mich. Phlladelphlas, 4 ;
Pittsburgh, Ta. Columbus, 14 j
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, 7j
Brooklyn, N. '. Brooklyns, 0;
Philadelphia, Pa Athletics, 7; Louis-
Baltimore, Md. Baltimoros, 7; Iudl
Milwaukee, Wis. Milwaukees, 2; Bos
Buffalo, N. Y. Providence, 4; Buffa
Richmond, Va. Cincinnati, 7; Vir
St. Louis, Mo. St. Paul Unions, 1 St.
Louis Unions, 0.
Kansas City, Mo. Baltimore Unions,
C; Kansas City Unions, 4.
How They Stand.
The following tables show the standing
of tho various Association and League
Clubs up to aud Including Saturday,
Pt. Louis M
Ill ig ton W
ft. I'ntil SI
Kansas City 14
SU Louis 11.1
XII E IT It
Jerome Park Races.
New Yonu, October 5. Yesterday was
tho seventh day of the fall meeting of tho
American Jockey Club at Jeromo l ark.
There was a good attendance, the weather
was pleasant, but truck hoavy.
First Kace Handicap for till nges, mllo
and a furloug: Klchard L. won Lv a ucck
under severe whipping; Mattlo B., sec
ond; Tolu, third. Time, 2:00 1-2.
Second Kace Swccpstukos, lorjtwo-year-olds,
peualtles and allowances, three
quarters of a mile: Uurost drew away
aud, after a driving finish, wou by a
length; Fcustone, second; Pardee, third.
Third Pace Sweepstakes for three-year-olds;
mile and furlong t lu an excit
ing run down tho stretch Lousctte went
from tho fourth placo to tho front and
wou by a length; Tornado, second; Kata
plan, third. Tlmo. 2-01 1-2.
Fourth lluco Froo huudlcap sweep
stakes; mllo and threo furlongs: Mark
laud won easily by a length; Uoyal Arch,
second; Hartford, third. Timo, 2:30.
Fifth Kace Purso of $250; ono mllo
and a furlong; At tho halt mllo Check
mate weut to tho front und won by a
length; Marmaduko, second; Lytton,
third. Time, 2:01 3-4.
Sixth Kco Handicap steeplechase
over full course t Charlemangu fell at tho
eighth jump, Atir tho last hurdlo Cup
tain Curry wont to tho front aud wou la
Brighton Beach Itaoes
Nkw Yohk, October 5. Tha races at)
Brighton Beach yesterday wero as fol
First Itaco Purso of 9250 formaldons,
all ages, throe-quarters of a mllo: King
Day, firsts Emmet, second ; Yolvcrtou,
third. Tlmo, 1:20.
Second lluco Sumo purso, Bulling al
lowances, mllo and a furlong: Clurcnco,
llrst; Metropolis, second; Tony, third.
Tlmo, 2:01 1-2.
Third Kace Purso of $400; handicap
for all ages, nitlo and a quarter t Gcorgo
Slngorly, first; Wavo O' Light, second)
Plunger, third. Tlmo, 2:13 1-4.
Four h lluco Purso, $250; for all
horses not having won at Brighton
duriug Juno, July aud August; sovoa
furlongs i Broughton, first, Jtoata, soo
ond. Tlmo, 1 135 1-2.
Fifth ll'ioo Sumo prlzo; all ages
welter weights; mllo and a furlong t
Burgomaster, first; Krupp Gun, socondj
Pawnee, third, lime, 2:03 1-2.
Found Da ad On tut Traok. '
Cincinnati, O , October (I. This morn,
log the uianglod remalosof Thos.urraa,
ogod forty. thro, tmalouud ou tha wtl
road trtf k rj-f .ttwi cr. ,-3tq &w'mVJUliJS'u-J'
WIPED OUT IN BLOOD,
Tlao Dishonor Which Stalnod tha
Purity of Soveral Do
An Acred Lotharia Deserted by the Wife of
the Man He Had Wronged, Kills
Hiinself-Two Corpses in One Bad.
A Double Killing Twice Justifted-A Ne
gro Voudoo Doctor Shares the
Fate of the Sinful.
Lutlb Kock, Auk., ( ctober C Tho
B. M. Towuseud, who suicided near
Athens, Fla , last Sa urduy, is qulto well
known here, where he figured promi
nently lu a scandal which, last spring,
caused a great sensation. He was a
widower of about slxty-Uvo, wonder
fully well presorved, wealthy, dressed
snobbishly and uffect:d quite a tony
nlr. Tho sensation was about as
follows: Laura Cannon, a poor, but
well-educated glr, of twenty, livlug
near Austin, was for soveral years
engaged to marry Bert Moore,
a well-connected and respectable young
man of Lonoke, but each time as tho
day for thu uuptlals approached some
unforeseen circumstance intervened, aud
the matter was indefinitely postponed.
About a year ago Miss Cannon's mother
died, leasing her an orphan, without
relat ve or friend to care for her. At this
juncture Townsend appeared on the
scene, and, as a wealthy philanthropist,
a homo at his house in Alabama. She ac
cepted aud spent the winter there. In
May she returned to Lonoke, and the oft
plighted vows to Bert Moore were con
summated iu the rnarriago of the young
couplo. A nice borne, with all the com
forts moderate means could supply, were
theirs. Scarce had the honcymooi
passed when one day, on entering bis
domicile, Moore was confronted at tho
door by tin wife of his bosom and noti
fied that his clothes were all packed and
ho was wanted there no longer. An ex
planation was demanded, but tin only re
ply given was that
SHE DID NOT LOVE HIM,
and would live with him no longer. Tha
husband did not know what to do, and
tho first thought was to destroy himself
on tbo spot. To this end be asked:
"Where is my gun?" Tho girl, laughing
at his consternation, replied: ' "It is
Bate." Investigation proved that every
thing on the premises by which life could
bo taken was put out of the way aud se
curely locked. A separation was the
natural result. Thou Townsend reap
peared at Lonoke. Public indignation
knew no bound. The aged Lothario was
accredited with having destroyed the
once happy borne and an effort was mado
to lynch blm. He escaped, however, and
to avoid public ludlguatlon and an indict
ment by the Grand Jury ho Hod the State,
accompauied by tbo
Recently the young womun tired of her
ancient lover, left bis uncongenial bed
aud returned to her former homo near
Austiu, where lla lives a secluded life on
tho small farm formerly owned by her
mother. Tho sequel is told in the dis
patches which rclato tho fact of Towns
end's sulcldo. Tired of tho world, ho
could no longer use to grutl'y bis own
appetite, humiliated because of the sec
ond desertion of his lovely but fickle
young mistress, he suut his soul to an
swer at tho bar where ail human acts
must bo scrutinized.
Sin and Death.
Nkw Yokk, October 0. On September
15th it was announced from San Francisco
that an unknown man and woman had
been found dead near Sun Bruuo, each
with a bullet nolo iu tbo bead. In tbo
man's pocket was a card with tho natuo
J. L. Reynolds. James L. Reynolds lived
with mother aud stcp-futher In New
ark, N. J. Ho studied law iu Cortland
11, Parker's otllco. Threo years ago ho
weut to San Francisco and got a clerk
ship. Ho was handsomo and ot pleasing
address, and scorned to bo prospering.
His mother intended to join him, whou
tho news of his violent death camo.
There Is much mystery about the
affair, but these facts have boon loarnod:
Reyuold's hired a team September 12th
and drove to San Bruno and spent the'
night with a young woman at tho hotel
there. Tho couplo had boon thore be
fore. Two day's later thoy went away,
but camo again in tbo afternoon. They'
weut to their room andorderod abslutbo.;
Tho servant who brought it beard tbo
woman say to ltoynolds, "I wondor if!
wo'll turu black whon we aro dead.",
she Invited tho servant to take a
drink, adding, "It may bo the last,
with us." Thut ovcnlng two shots wero
hoard iu tho room. Tbo door was
opened and tho couplo found doad on tho
bud, tholr heads pierced with bullets.
In tho man's right band was a revolver.
Ills ho id luy upon her breast Tho wom
an was Mrs. Mary McCabo, aged twonty
two, who for two years bad been sepa
rated from her husband. She was a
pretty brunette. She was burlod from
hur purouts' rosidonco la San Francisco.
It Is said it was always supposed that
sho was living a good life. Iter acquaint
auco with Reynolds must have been brlof.
The common belief prevails that hs killed
tho woman aud then himself, but this is
not shared by a few, who think tho
shooting was doue by a jealous rival ot
A Double Killing Twlos Jurtiflid.'
DuTitorr, Mich., Octobor 6. A special
to tho Xcwt says that a horrible double
murdor was committed at Newaygo,
Mich., last ulght. Ablu A. Armstrong, a
mechanic, aged thirty-five, with a young
and good-looking wife, havo lived la
Newaygo some time. They had one child
two years old. A few reeks ago a man
named Georgo Bates, cams to Newaygo
from nig Kaptds and i'Uggd board at
Armstrong's house. An Intimacy soon
sprang up between Mrs. Armstrong and
the boardor, which aroused tha sus
picions of the husband. '
L st evening Armstrong took tha
child up to bed and found his wife In
bed, and Bates In a chair close by.
Mrs. Armstrong asked her hatband to
go to a neighbor's on an esrand. Re
consented oast when ant of the homo ne
looked no i the wlatow
there. Armstrong and hi! wife had
some words, whon she told Bates to
go downstairs and get a revolver.
Bates did as dirocted by tbo wife.
Armstrong theu grabbed an axe to
defend himself when his wife caught him
around tho arms. As she did so he
throw tho axe over his shoulder, the
blado planting Itself deep In nor breast
and nearly severing her head from her
body. Sho foil to the floor. Armstrong
rushed down st tlrs and met Bates with
the revolver. The men clinched and
struggled and tho axe again did Its dead
ly work. Armstro g chopped Bates' head
nearly oil. The avenger then went out
and gave himself up to tho officers.
The Wtgu of Sin.
Cincinnati, O., October 6. Word has
just reached here from Brawlcy's farm,
near Clones, O., that a white man named
Brooks shot and Instantly killed a negro
voudoo doctor named Anderson Green.
for criminal Intimacy with Brooks' wifo.
Suspended By BU Suspenders.
Nkw York, October C An immigrant
named Christopher Frledel committed
suicide on the North German Lloyd
steamship Fulda dur ng her recent voy
age from Brera n. She left there on Sep
tember 24th, and when two hours out
Frlodel jumped overboard. A boat was
lowered and the man was rescued, but
shortly beforo tho ship roadbed South
ampton, and while Frledel was In the
hospital, be asked tho attendant to call
bis wife. Tho attendant was not gone
more than five minutes, but on his return
he found his patient suspended from tho
celling by his suspenders, dead. lie
leaves a wifo and seven children. Mrs.
Frledel bas 2,000 marks with her and bas
a balance of 4,500 marks with her banker
in Germany. She says that she was well
to do when Frledel married her, and that
sho had supported him since. They had
started for Marietta, O., where they were
to have settled on a farm, and when
Frledel learned that she had brought but
2,000 marks with her, he became frantic.
It was taen that he made the first at
tempt at sulcldo.
A Day of Seat.
Bkllairk, O., October C Yesterday
Blaine spent the day iu retirement secur
ing needed rest. About noon the party
changed thelr quarters from the Globe
Hotel in Bellairo to tho McClure House In
Wheeling where they remained over
night. Blalna spent the afternoon riding
among the hills and receiving a few per
honal frlonds, among whom were several
old college mates. The people of Wheel
ing were keenly disappointed because the
party did not come Saturday night to
their city. Many collected About tho
McClure House during the aftruoon,
anxiously awaiting bis urrtvaL The also
ot the crowd that awaited his coming
may be taken as an Indication of the cor
dial reception he will receive on bis return
Mr. Blaine was much refreshed by his
day's rest, and started oot on his jour
ney feeling well.
The party left by a special traio, taste
fully decorated, ou the Baltimore & Ohio
for Parkersburg, via Grafton. About
eight o'clock tola morning quite a crowd
assembled at the depot to see the party
off, and did some hearty cheering as the
train moved ou The workmen at the
glass works' f nrnaccs along the lino of the
road t ppod their work and cheered him
lustily. The train stopped at Grafton this
afternoon whero preparations are made
for a big reception. Parkeisborg will be
reached at 7 p. m., where tho party in
tend to speud the night, returning to
Wheeling to-morrow, where preparations
are made for a largo meeting. Tho par
ty has diminished somewhat since leav
ing Columbus. General King, ot Mary
land, and Judge Tenny aro still with tho
Tha Performance Goes On.
Wukki.inq, W. Va., October C .The
Blaine party left here at eight o'clock
this mornlog over the Baltimore & Ohio
for Grafton and Parkersburg. At the
depot soveral hundred people assembled
to meet the party. Hill Marshall, editor
of tbo Democratic Standard at Grafton,
brought down a hugo (picture of Cleve
land which be placed against the depot
pillar immediately facing the entrance to
Blaine's private car. Captain Devrles,
General Agont ot the Baltimore & Ohio
here, and a strong Democrat, at once or
dered the removal of tho picture, which
was done. Again Marshall took posses
sion of tho picture and exposed It.
By this tlmo several hundred persona
were ou eho platform, and although
ominous threats were made, Marshall
showed a disposition to kee j his picture
in view, but whoa soveral determined
mon weut up and told him either to re
move U or suffer the consequences, he
did so with groat alacrity. Marshall then
boarded tho train to go to Grafton, as
serting his right to rldo In it He was put
oft at Bonwood and left standing on tho
platform, amid the jocrs of the crowd on
thu train. '
At Moundsvlllo Blalno 'alked tariff for
flvo minutes. At Loudcnsvllle a collision
botwecn Blaine's train, running to make
a siding, was averted with great difficulty
by the englnoor of the first named train.
Blaln made spoeches at Cameron, Fair
mount and Grafton.
List Wsek of the Engagement In Ohio.
Columbus, O., October C The city Is
protty woll filled with politicians coming
In preptratory to starting out on tho last
week's work of the campaign before the
Mectton. Among the more prominent ar
rivals are the Hon. Thomas A. Hen
dricks, ox-Governor nilabury of Maine
ond Jno. It. Fellows, of the Democratlo
National Committee, who were In con
sultation last night with the Democratlo
btato Committee. Mr. Hendricks left
lioro at five o'clock this morning for St.
Marys, where he will speak to-day. lie
will stump the Stato untU election.
A Local Election.
Mkridkn, Coin., October 0. The town
election to-day Is passing off quietly.
The Republicans will elect their ticket by
the usual majority. The Cons itotlooal
Amendment br biennial sessions will be
carried by a big majority.
iS;Oblamea Palled for OambUac.
Kiw Yoni, October . Tweak4onr
Chkaman, all tied together with n
ojatheeltne, marched In a prooesoion
afctBtf Meobaoitj and Broad sttaets,
Nntuk, to the police heaLrer-Mrs
uunmm. eotrtea Y uaei
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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8th.
under the msnigement of
RICHARDS & PRINGLE.
beaded by tha Four Greatest on Earth .
Grand Street Parade by the Geor
ia Silver Cornet -Band in
tarAdmlsilon, 00 and 75 cents. Ohllery, 25
cents. Beats leenrod st Butler's.
W. 6. CAEY,
alwasa on band.
Hem so in roadl
news when called
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
pf E. INOE,
Manufacturer and Doslor tn j
8'.h Strooi, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
ife Bntred. All Kind, ol Keys Made.
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AS. B. SMITH. tOSSIrt A.SMHM
Grand Central Store.
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Mrs." Emily Bowers,
, Mrs, AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
Nt Alexander Co. Hank, MthBt
Cairo, HI. ' .
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CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
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kinds of work la my lln. li a suowlor eaa
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