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in Mn.Tnn.Lim m NEVER bum ouirriona.
In .million home, for a quarter of a century It bai
Mood tb. conniaiara' r.llatil. Ut,
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Far Light, H.althr Hrnd, The Deal Dry Hup
Y.a.t In tli. World.
FOR SALE BY CROCER8.
CHICACO. ST. LOUU.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
bole Agent foi the Celebrate!
alaocarrloi the larg.it an J beat iectd itock ol
tm brought t- tha city. Price, ranging from tha
loati lor ehtap atova op to the cloaort fignr.a
ON the FINEST aud BEST.
Balldar1 Htrdwa-e, and a eompWte Miortmant of
T.nwara. Orat.ltewnre, Kartnenwara ani a nerai
line of Honaa rarntahintOoods, Lamp., Flxturei,
to. Call and txamln befnra purchasing.
C'oraar Uib and Commercial Arenuu, Cairo, 111,
Talepboue No. 1)1
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
fSucce: r to Chas. T. Newland and
H. T. Ucrould 1
Plumbet, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
CAllcO. : : : ILL.
Dilva Well Force aud Lift I'umpt furnl.licd and
pat up. Agent for the L'elubrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
ha be. I pomp ever Invented. New Ua Klittiret
arnlahed to order. O.il fixture repaired and
larjobblng promptly uttended to 819-tt
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sbeboyija Mineral Springrs Water,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4tli & Com'l
136 tfc 138 Com'l Ave.
have full and complete Una of
Lluci; Goods, Dusters, Kotlons, Etc.
A heavy itock ot Body Urut.eli, Taper
triua aud Inuruin a
A full itock of Oil Clo'.b", til allot and prices,
AU Ooods) t Bottom Prlwal
NEW YORK STORE,
WUOLERALK AND RETAIL.
The LapKMt Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
WANTS TO BE HANGED,
And Will Undoubtedly Have Hla
Wishes In This Partloular
An Injured Husband Who Shot Well, But
Too Often-The Innooont Suffer
With the Guilty.
Awful Result of a Wicked Woman
Criminal Intimacy With a
Catawissa, Pa., October' 9. Jaa. Cas
aon and Henry Dover, two farmers, were
this morulng found lying Insensible on
the roadside about four miles from Roar
ing Creek. Jas Harinan, a farmer had
caught a runaway horse as It was parsing
his house aud thinking that the owner
might have boon thrown out and injured,
hud driven along the turnpike and discov
ered the two men. He arried them to
his home and 'summoned the pbysclan.
At eleven o'clock to-day Casson died. He
had a chargo ot buckshot In his breast,
which proved fatal. Boyer had bis right
log btoken and bis
JIBAD WAS UTKItALLY JUDDLKD
with No, 6 shot. When bo became con
scious Boyer aald that last night he and
Cassoo were driving from Iloarlng Crook
to Orasgevllle when two shots were
fired by some one concealed In the
bushes bordering the road. Casson fell
back after the Uist shot, and lkyer
was oulv c nsclous of the horses
running away and of being thrown
over a rocky embankment. Boyer
died at three o'clock to-day. Sus
picion became at ticked to a young
married man named L vl Hellner, aged
thirty years, wbo has had rope ate I
quarrels with. Boyer, and ha often
t hastened to kill him, alleglug that
Boyer hud been guilty ot
with his wife, who Is a relation of Buy
er's. About six mouths ago he attempted
to shoot Bjyer, but was prevented by
friends of the latter, Hcilner was at
rented. He stated thut he had been al
home with his wife ail ulgbt. His wl'e
stated he bad Informed tier last night
that he would spend the night gunning,
aud that be was not at homo. Boyer was
about thirty-! ur years old, and had a
wife and four children. It Is asserted on
all sides and admitted by Mrs. Uellner thit
IKS KKLATIO.N8 WITH HKR
were not what they should have been.
He had frequently Insulted and abused
Heilner, and consequently his killing
would not have crca ed much feeling
were It not for the fact that asson had
alto fallen a victim to her husband's
)t alous rage. Casson was fifty years old
and highly esteemed. He has a lamlly ot
married children. Ho had accidentally
fallen into Boyer's company. Heilner
did cot regret killing Boyer, but was
sorry for the death of Casson. He says
he hopes that he will be hanged for his
DEFIED THE Al'TlIOIUTIEK.
A "Bad" Negro in the Nashville, Tjnn.,
Nashviixb, Tkn.v., October 9. Cmsar
White, a convict lu tho State l'rlson In
this city refused to work yesterday and
was ordered to the "Bull Ten" to bo
whipped. He refused to go," and said he
would dl first. Ho caught up a hickory
bludgeon aud staudlug In the middle of a
lumber yard, detlud the Warden and
guitrds. Tho prison Inspectors ordered
the Warden to take White alive, but the
convlot piled his cub so vigorously that
this could not be done. Other convicts
who were in the mutluy weakcued and
went back to their work, but grew very
much excited whl e th y heard Whlto
cursing aud defying the Inspectors, War
den and guards.
Warden Harris fiua.ly ordered tho
guards to shoot White, which they did,
shattering his arm and legs. His arm had
to be amputatod at the bhouldcr. Whito
will die. He is a negro hercules. He
soi ved terms In the Alabama and Missis
sippi 1'rUonn, and was serving a term
here for larceny. He was a leader of tho
bad convicts lu the pilson, and was al
ways trying to Incite them to mutiny.
Warden Harris believe tho convicts bad
resolved to mutiny aud Whlto had agreed
to lead them.
ONE TOO MANY.
Prominent Methodist Minister Charged
ISDKl'KNDKNCK, Mo., Octobor C COU-
stablo Q. M. Cash, ol Vuu Buren Town
ship, cutuo In at a lato hour last night
with Kev. J. M. Johusoo, a regularly
ordained mlulster of tho M. E. Church,
for the Lone Jack Circuit, Johnson was
Imprisoned In tho Couuty Jail to await
tho action of the Grand Jury on tho
charge of bigamy. Ilu was arrested ou
a warrant sworn out by a detvctlvo
named Morrtsy, char lug him with hav
ing a wlfu lu Keutucky aud a wlfo at
Maimed With Giant Powder.
Dknvkh, Col., Octobor 9. At Idaho
Springs yesterday, the mon of tho Kitty
Clydo Mlno had been drilling and pre
paring for blasts, aud Kmli Dosonbach
and his partner, umnod Hurmes, wuro
warming seven stlos of giant powder
for the charges by hotdlna thum ovor a
fire, Dosenunch allowed one of tho
ticks to Ignite and an explosion fol
lowed which tore one hand from his
wrist, badly shattered hU arm, so that
amputitlon at the elbow wus necessary,
and wrenobed three linger from his re
m lining bund. He Is otherwise injured,
and his recovery Is by no means certain.
lluniMi wis badly burned, ut his In
juries are not so.lous.
"They Ooud Bi Happy With Either
Duar Cha mar, B o.
Bur va 1,0) N. Y., October 9. lu tha
Woman Suffrage Convention this morn
ing A. 0. Wlloox, chairman, offered a
tssolutlou Indorsing B.alne, and made a
pot cu In Its favor. Mrs. I'araoll had
just arrived, aod took the floor la opposi
tion, strongly favoring Cleveland. Ham.
Iiton Wlleox made a ipeoeh on-tka same
Me, arrl efftmd a iriotattou halliitsj
tho Dtrolnatlen by each pomioal
party of candidates tYvofable to wmnaa
dat , Indudiug St John und Els worth,
were mentioned. ArrangcimnU are
being made for a big meeting of tho Irlfb
League bore, in which Mrs. l'aruell will
be a prominent figure.
An Ex-Clerk of the Bank of E airland
Commits Su cldi.
Dknvuk, Col., Octobor 9. Ccctlle
Yorke, a you ig Englishman, who has
been In this country slnco 1877. com
mitted .suicide at Cro- ted Butto by tak
ing morphine, lie was of an excellent
family, and for sevorui years was a clerk
in the Bank of England. Lately he has
acted as book-keeper for the Colorado
Coal & Iron Company at the Crested
Butte Mlno, but for some weeks ha has
been out ot work. He married at
Crested Butto. No cause Is given for his
HASH BALL liltKVlTlE.
Ecore ot Oamni Playel na Wednesday,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyns, 6; St.
Louis, G. Game called on account ot
New York Metropolitans, C To
l.Jo, 2. Game called on account of
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Louls
Philadelphia, Pa. Aiuletlcs, 15; In
Richmond, Va. Columbm, 6; Vir
Chicago, I1L Chlcogos, 9; Philadol
Detroit, Mich. No game on account
Brighton Beach Raoea.
New Youk, Octoler 9. Yesterday was
tho seventy-first day of the season of the
Brighton IUclug Association. Thero was
an unusually ' large attendance for a
Wednesday, nd the five events brought
out some s, irited contest -i.
Fir. t Race Maiden two-yar-olds,
three-quarters mile: Shookum, first;
Hawthorn, second; Cordelia, third.
Tlme.1 :20 1-4. Mutuals paid, 7.80.
Second Race All ages, seven-eighths
mile : Planter won; Bun Woolley, sec
ond; Nlmb cfoot, third. Time, 1:33 3-4.
Mutuals paid, 957.
Third Race All ages, seven-elghtbs
nilic: SugarPlum, first; Cr.tf tie, second;
Joe Sawyer, third. Time, 1:36 1 2. Mu
tuals paid, 7.G0.
Fourth Race All ages, one and one
eighth miles: KlugFanwon; Blackjack,
second; Lutestring, third. Time, 1:57.
Mutuals paid, 8fil.ti5.
Fifth Race For beaten horses, one
mile: Battiedoor, first; Nitot, second;
Eva S., third. Time, 1 :40 S-4. Mutuals
' Cincinsati, 0., October 9. There was
a fair attendance at the Latonia. races
yesterday. The woathor was showery,
and the track heavy.
First Rc Seven and a half furlongs:
Billy Gil more, first; Pearl Jennings,
secoui; Glengarine, third. Time, 1: 3D.
Mutuals paid 832.40
Second Race oo Zoo stakes; six fur
longs: Ltzzlo Dwyrr, first; Valllsia,
second; Lady of the Lake, third. Time,
1.19 1-2. Mutuals paid 911.50.
Third R.ce llaudlcap; one mile and a
half: Vanguard, first; illfllgtt, second;
Breechloader, third. Time, 2:44 1-2.
Mutuals paid $13.10.
Fourth Race Maiden allowances, heats
ot three-fourth mile: Sauuterer, 1, 3,
1; Salara, 4, 1, 2. Time, 1 :20, 1:20 1-4,
1 :22 3-4. Mutuals paid $7.50.
Bed Jacket's Bones.
Blkkalo, N, Y., October 9. Probably
the greatest historical event in the his
tory of this city sluce the visit of General
Lafayette and Red Jacket, the celebrated
Indian chief, lu 1782, took place to-day
when the bones of Red Jacket, together
with those of five other chlofs, woro rein
terred in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Forty
Indians, representatives of the Six Na
ttous, participated lu the ceremonies.
The rema ns were placed lu handsomo
cherry caskets, each casket bearing a
silver pluto with the name of the occu
pant theroon, Each casket was borne by
two Indians from each of the Nations.
The funeral startod from the Historical
Society's rooms, and proceeded to Forest
Lawn. The burial services were con
ducted by the. Indians, Au address was
delivered by Commodoro C. Bryuut. Tho
memorial exorcises tako plucj at Music
Hall this cveulug.
Bun the Gauntlet.
Nkw Youk, October 9. Pascal Cros,
one of three Marseilles workmen scut by
their fellows to report ou ilia condition
of laborers lu the United States, who
were dctalmd In Paris on account of tho
cholera quarantine, managed to get
through aud arrived hero yesterday, Ho
Is a very young man, full of enthusiasm
and the desire to raise tho wages of till.
He will bo here a month.
Tlu-y Wire Suapicted and Foroed to
NAfliivn.i.K, Tkkn,, October 9. A
Mormon family of six passed through
hero yesterday. A boy and a girl aged
ton aud twelve were harnessed lu a
small cart containing their earthly pos
sessions. The 'aukles of tho children
were swollen and bleeding. Tho father
find mother each carried a child. They
said they came from Lewis County,
aud wero going West, but tho man in
evident terror said In answer to a
question thut they were "not exactly"
Mormons bat wero su pectod, and wwu
forced to leave.
Pira-Water, Blood and Fire.
Portland, Orn., Octobor 9. A num
ber of Unritl la Indians camping near
Lastlno, Ore., got drank Tuesday and
bocauie Involved lu a bloo ly tight, Ouo
was slashed to death with kulves and
two more seriously stabbed. Tho In
dlaus, la their drunken fury, then burned
tho body of helr slain comrado to ashes,
Thoy built a largo fuueral pyre, aod held
a grand war danco around the body
while It slowly borned. The mu Her
ad cremation are being Investigated.
Oot Drunk and Killed a Man.
Fobtuxd, On., Octobor 9. James
Tw, a braktman, got drunk at Wallula,
W. T. Ho fired Into a crowd, fatally
wonndlwg Thomas Malono, a railroad
A CRY OF DISTRESS.
That Which Oomos All tho Was
From tho Newfoundland
The Greatest Failure in the "Oatch" Known
Since 1868 -Only One-Third of tho .
Average For Ten Years.
General Destitution and Great Suffering
The Quebec Government to
Ottawa, O.vr., October a. Further
advices receive I from Newfoundland to
day state that the fisheries havo not
proved such failures slnco 18C3, as this
year. Ou the northern coast of Labra
dor, which belongs U Newfoundland,
the catch has only bot n one-third of tho
average of the past tea years. From
White Bay a cry of distress comes al
ready. Famine threatens tho unfortu
nate settlors there and at Labrador,
the Nowfoundlaud Government are pre
paring to send supplies of food beforo
winter sets lu. O le section of tho popu
lation, especially In the more distant out
posts, arc living from band to mouth.
When a bad UShery oomcsthey have noth
ing to fall back on. It Is among this
class that severe suffering may bo antici
pated next winter, and Government aid
w.U be absolutely necessary to ward off
. Reports of greater suffering and dis
tress come from the southern portion of
Canada, which belongs to tho Province
of (Quebec. So great are tho appeals for
help, and so general the destitution that
Home delay has been cause. I, tho Quebec
Government not caring to undertake
fending supplies until a full nieetug of
the Cabinet could be held. As tho
steamers which were offered by tho Do
minion Government to carry supplies to
Labrador have been dlsp-itcliod lu other
business, the Quebec Government will
now bs obliged to charter schoouers for
WILL LIVE TO ANSWER.
An Ohio Farmer Wbo is His Own Ac
cuser. Youngstow.n, O., October 9. Twenty
five Indictments wero returned by a
special Grand Jury yesterday, each
charging Samuel Waonamaker, a larmcr
of this county, with forgery. The total
amount of the forgeries will reach over
$30,000. Tho accused, while ill re
cetly and expecting to die, signed a
largo number of depositions, confessing
the forgeries to relieve his father and
father-in-law, whose names ho had
forged, from legal liability,. Tho victims
holding the forged papers are now prose
cuting the cases against him, using the
depositions as evidence. O Ulcers In Col
'umblaea County want Wannamaker on
similar charges and threaten to kidnap
him. Yesterday the Sheriff served war
rants upon Wannamaker, who is still too
111 to be moved, and placed guards at
his house to prevent his being spirited
away. The prisoner says ho will plead
guilty to ujl tho charges.
Falsa Eooncmy Which Will Cost Dear
ly in the End.
Sax Francisco, Cai.., Octobor 9. Ad
vices from the Australian Colonics by
tho late wall, give important details
in relation to tho action of tho Colon
ics for the maintenance of tho postal
service to England via San Francisco.
Tho coutlouanco of the service- was
contingent upon the payment by tho
United S ates ot one-third of the annual
subsidy. Congress adjourned last ses
sion without making the appropria
tions for tho subsidy, and the Demo
cratic Houso struck tho Senate clause
out of tho postal bill, which enabled
the Postmaster-General to contract for
tho carriage of American mall by sea,
whereby payment could have been mado
on account of tho Australian-China-Brazilian
Tho result has been that the Postmaster-General
of New South Wales has
given tho necessary threo months' notlco
of discontinuance, so far as that colony
Is concerned, and the contract terminates
on its account next month. New Zealand,
however, will continue tho service al
ternating with tho direct Hue to England,
lu this way securing a fortnightly mall
sorvfeo without reference to Anstralla. It
Is expected, ot course, th tt tho next Con
gress will compensate New Zealaud for
the expense. It has been the persistent
policy of tho British Government to break
down tho Sau Frar.cisco-Australla mall
route, and the lato Democratic Congress
played Into the hands of England lu til
Making Desperate Efforts to Save Them
elves by a Pool.
Chicago, III., October 9. Tho West
ern Woodon W'uro Association, the mem
bers of which have bcon In conference- in
this city for two days, has been dis
solved There has been a market for
only about fifty per oout. ot tho woodon
waro manufactured during tho past year,
aud the manufacturers feel themselves
lu a tight pluco. To add to their troubles
five new manufactories have been start
ed. It will probably bo decided to-day
whether a now protective association
shall be formed and these now manufact
urers taken Into It, or whether each man
ufacturer shall bo loft to operate ludo
pondoutly. Consented to a Beoaivov.
. PiTTSBCRon, Pa., October 9,---In tho
Clerk's odlco of the United States Court
to-day, the Merchants' Tolegraph Con
struction Company of New Jersey filed
an answer ot admlku to tbo truth
of tho allegations In a bill In equity filed
ngalrwt the company by tho Walworth &
Lawton Manufacturing Company, of
the State of Indiana, and W. Walworth,
of Cleveland, O. Tim defendants cou
sentod to tho appoint moat of a receiver
to take chargo of tho assets and business
ot the company, and Judge Achcsou ap
pointed Andrew J. Baldwin, who died a
bond aud will at once assumo control.
The suit Is to recover $23,000.
Bays Ha Will Settle It.
iNDiAjurous, Imi., October 9. W.
W. Cttral, the mbarlag ear-Auditor ot
Henry County, whoie dliappaaraoco,'
coincident with tho discovery at a
shortngo. of $1,1100 In his sohaoll
reports, has been heard from. Ho tuft
Indianapolis for Dakota to visit a broth-
r er-ln-law, Dr. Bun, formerly ot Ander
son, this .state, t get money to settle
Tho Utter was mallei on route, but mis
carried, and was mt deliver, d uutll yes
terday. Cotteral says ho will be on hand
to meo' the commissioners and liquidate
VUlarl'a Lease. '
Poktlaxo, OiiK., October 9. Judge
Dealy, of tho United States District
Court, deliver d au Imp rtiut decision
yesterday In a case olfectlua tho Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Company. VUlard,
representing the Northern Pacific, took a
riluety-three years' leaso of tho Oregon
Riliroad Compuuy's road at $140,000 a
year. Vlllard's successors endeavored
to repudiate the. leas.;, but tho Judgo de
cided that tho lease holds-good.
What the Brew irs and Distillers Pro
poaa to Do at the Lst Hour,
Washinuto.v, D. C, Octobor 9. Fol
lowing Is a copy of a secrot aud conll
deutlal circular Issued to all Ohio brew
ers and dldtlil rs. It was received here
yestcrd .y, and shows what tho brewers
aie doing to defeat Goneral Roblsou, who
Is alleged to bo a temperance man :
Cincinnati, O , September 30, 1884.
DttAitStK: The Brewers' Association of
C'iuclnuutl propose that all the brewers
In Ohio shall have tickets printed and
distributed to customers and friends.
Tim names of tho Republican Candida es
for Secretary of Statu and of Judgo of
tho Supremo Court shall bo changed and
la their places substiiuted the names of
Democratic candidates for tho sauic
olllccs. On tho rest of the ticket let
every voter follow bis own choice.
Sh rtly beforo election day let. us distri
bute these t ckets and tho regular Demo
cratic ticket for use on election day. If
we want to succeed lu e.ecting Cleveland
TIIK M'X'UKT ALLY
of tho Prohibitionists wo must carry
the Democratic ticket In October. By
resorilni to the same measure the brew
ers of New Yoi k, at the last Stuto elec
tion, furnished siinjlar tickets agalust a
Prohibition candidate and defeated him.
. Very respectfully,
ExiicuTivis Commit rac
Of the Anti-Brewers' Assoclati n.
Signed, Henry Muhlhauser, George
Gerke, Emilia (climltt, Michael Sdial
icr, John Goetz, Win. Boss, John C.
Tho signers are well-known Republi
cans as well as Democrats, and are the
largest brewers In Ohio. .
Letter Numb-r Two.
Dicthoit, Mich., Octobor 9. General
Alger yesterday wrote Mr. Bccchcr as
Detroit, Mich., October 8.
The llrv, Umtij Ward Ikecher,, Hrookl'jH,
Dkaii Sin Confirming my Impressions
given In letter to you ol yesterday'-- date,
1 have this day received tho following
cablcgran. from Mr. Joy:
London, October 8.
To A'w'i; rtctmit : I JuiIko from New York
telegram Ht'ecUcir wholly iiilsn'oolleets eon
vcrsailoii with ma. No sneli tulk us btated by
them ever took pluoo.
Of courso I havo no means of knowing
the contents of the telegrams meutioued,
but have no doubt but they glvo lu sub
stance your version of the matter.
Now, reverend si'1, I submit to you ns
a gentleman, after having received tho
hospitality of Mr. Joy lu his own home,
and wheu It Is so evident that you aro
dolug Mr. Joy, Mr. Ulaluo aud tho Re
publican party so great a wrong In the
courso you aro pursuing, that it Is your
plain duty, In justice to all parlios, us
publicly to retract your statements
as you have, In your zeal for
tho " Democratic pary and the
Democratic nominee, sprea I them
before the wholo country. Especially so
when you recollect thero Is no claim sot
up that Mr. Joy ever saw Mr. Blaine per
sonally concerning tho affair, but that tho
whole matter, whatever It was, came
through third parties, who wero doubt
less trying to drive a sharp bargalu with
out any knnwledgo or consent on the
part of Mr. Blaluo.
Signed R. A. Ai.tir.R.
Marching Through Ohio.
Orrvili.e, O., October 9. Blulno
spent tho night at tho residence of
Major McKlnley, lu Canton. When bo
uroso this morning at 8:30 he felt
much relieved and lu excellent spirits.
Tho train left Canton for Columbus at
nlno. At Masslllou Judgo Tenucy and
Moody Boylngton joined the party.
Few persons wero at tho depot wheu
the train stopped for a moment. Uriel
stops wero mado at Orrvillo, Woostori
Loudonvlllo and Mansfield.
Woostkr, 0., October 9. A crowd ol
500 people greeted Mr. Blalno when thd
train arrived at Orrvllle, Wayne County,
al 9 :40 a. in. Blaine was Introduced and
I wus Inloie'ttcil irlnci;mlly In stopplmt
hero beeauso It iovo me un iiKirtimny of
seelinr my oil friend Mini clu-wnmtn, oinl
whom 1 Imvo known neurly forty yiMirs. I
conuralillutu yoiMin llio .eal I fuu in llio He
pulilleun purty la ohlo-i!oul wbleh must ro
suit lit HiiceosM. I ani especially trlnd to sen
Kreat .el In this I onjf ivhhIoiiiiI lilstilet, It
you iiiv In fit vor M' protection, you will rep
tilnly volo for Major McKlnley, otto of thu
must ulile uilvoeutes of protection In (Ins
country. I take Krciil pleasure In l oai'inw ten'
llnioiiy to hi value. Ill worth 1 lietoro his
constituents. My voce bus huooimi worn
with much HpcalUnw, ami 1 will usk my travel
Jiitf companion, J mine Teliliey, to ti)culi to
yon. Applause. J
Three choors wero glvou as tho train
TIIK OLD CIlAHOl'; ANSWfillKD.
And John Logan 8 iys He Didn't,
CiiARLKsroii, W. Va, October 9.
While Logau was spoiklng at lllnton, a
smalltown on tho Chosapeake & Ohio
Railway, from tho roar p'atform of a
car, a mau named lionry West wont up
lu trout of him aud aitldt "Ooncral Lo
gan, you ralsod tho first rebel flag In
Illinois, and I waut to shake with you.''
'Who said I did?" asked Logan.
"I don't know who, but I know you
did It," was tho reply.
"You aro a liar," excitedly exoialmed
the GsiMiral, and spat full tn tha man's
up-turned faon. Tho trsfn thon moved
on and Logau, apeakiug ot the matter to
Mooch), said ho wished he had had his
utouth full of btUioco He, Itni h i
This powder rovpr varies. A mnrve! of purity.
atruuittu mill wholesomeou) More economical
ill an ornliinry kind, and cannot ha aold in com
petition witlt thu multitude of low test, short
wuluht, klu in o idiocptiHto powder. Sold only
la ciiub. IiOYAL IIAKINU HOWIJKR CO.,
mo nan street, ivew lorn.
W. 6. CAEY,
nlwii' a on hand.
Hoarse in readi
ness win n called
No. 12 (ith St., Cairo, 111 '
J-J . 32. INCE,
Manufacturer aud Dealer in
8th Nin e., between Com'l Ave. ..ud Levee.
JllOKB BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS UP AMUNITION.
ii.r lM'iHlr..il. Al' KIikIh el Keys Mud(,
IAS II. SMITH.
(Jraiul Central Store.
VA UiO. - LET,
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mado to Order.
Stli Ht.,hof Ohio Levuu A Commercial Ave.
OAIHO. ' ' ILI
Kopaii'inir uoatly iloitc at short notice.
ALU DAY BROTHERS.
CMUUt, WUAIS AND HAi 1
t'lOi-r et ova
Kyptian Flouring Mills
Hicham Cash Prie Taid for Wheat.
Mrs, Jfmily 'Bowers,
' Mrs. AAI.VNDA (ILAItKSON, Agonl.
Next Aloxittnlf i Co. 3nl, HthBt
l.'ulru, III. s '
i-ivrtrtod Stock ami Prlcs Heaionahla. jft
OAllto TvmTL A U NDUY .
I would r.'P'Ctf'il!r annonnr-e to tha elttssBsor
r.ilr.i thut I hny i opntiuil and am carrvlns oa n
6 Mel'art laind-lli the rear of W.nt.r's Wlj,
oiiSnvi'tith airuut, whnra lam prepartdtOdoa.il
kLdor;ork Inmylluolu a uparlor and work
iiiKiinhlp ity)a. ditfylmt cmptiUiin and al raaaoa
aiilr ntturci. Alt wo.k suaraaievd, and prompt
r- . All i sat