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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 12,, 1884.
NO. :2a ,
TEST YOUR BAKINS POf PER TO-DAYi
Bruirti tdvertlaed . abulutoljr purs
OOWTAI JT AMMOlflA.
THt TEST I
ro5?tn!5Cp.d"w." on ?. t"v until hnaUd,ths
i "''."lr,ana climlt will uut be re-
ouU-inI (u dtee Uut vrwwuw of aiuuiunla.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA,
in hultuhlihh has never hem qi miuws.
la million some, for a quarter of a century It tut
Mood tn coniuniera' roll.lil. u-.t,
THE TESTOFTHE OVEN.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Dr. Price's Special FJavoring Extracts,
Tfc MrntNCsMt MMmi uS .il.r.lfU.tr kim,iM
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gtms
For Light, Htnlthr llrail, Th tint l)rj H.p
Yeiut In tliv Wurld.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
CHICACO. . ST. LOUIa.
v . f. HENDERSON,
No. 19i Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the OlebrateJ.
1m Carrie the laru.it and beet eelectud atockol
ever brought to the city. I'rlce" raniting from the
loeeet lor cheep etove op to the clueed figures
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Bulldere' ITnrdwa-e, and a complete tetortment of
Tinware, Urai.llew.re, Karttienwars and itfnural
II M of limine Purni.h'BK Good., Lamps, Kixturei,
tc. Call audexamln belore purchasing.
Corner l'.'tb and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Goldstine & Kosenwater
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
here full atid complete line of
Linen uooils, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy itoclc ol Body BruMele, Taper
trie tud Ingrain
A full itoclc of Oil Clo'.bf , all iize and prlcet.
All Ooodei nt Bnttom Prioest
LOUIS CT. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Xewland and
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fittei
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OA1.UO, : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pomps furnlehcd and
put up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
he bent pump ever Invented. New (Jus Fixture,
urnlehed to order. O.d fixtures repaired and
y Jobbing promptly attended to 319-tl
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Sirinffs - Water,
ALWAYS ON HaND,
Milwaukee Beer iu kegs and bottles, a
Manufuctory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORK.
tHOLE.HA.Ufi AND RETAIL. '
The Lar,i?3st v'nvity 3t ;.")
IN THK WrV.
GOODS ROLP V ICR Y CLOSE
' NEW YORK STORE CO,
INSANE OFT WICKED?
Strange Actions of a Woman Con
cerning the BodloB of Hor
Kept For Days Unburied and Given Up
Under Protest No 0-e Had a
Eight to Interfere.
Dead Body of Her Child Found
Lying On a Bed in a State of
Vandaua III., October 11. Lint
Friday a little child of Mrs. Michael
Wagouer, living near lluiwey, died. Tbo
fact did oot become known until four
days later, when a neighbor discovered
the dead body of the child lvlng on tho
Ud in state ot decomposition. The
mother appeared unconcerned, saying
the child was dead aud that she would
'have to throw him out pretty soon."
Thft rtf.Millup olrpitnmtinraa et.tonrt.
Ing the death of her husband, MfchaCf
Wugoncr, two years ago (her strange
actions at that time eliciting much
comment and suspicion), U fresh In
tbe inlndi o( those In that vlciulty.
Wagoner had boen dead three days,
and when a number ol men went to
luvetstigate, she refused thorn entrance,
aaylng no one had a rljjht to Inter
fere with her and her dead.
When the Coroner orderd tho body to
be Interred, she stoutly prolt-st-d and
declared she would keep her husband In
the bouse thirty d.iy The people in tho
nclghborhod are very Indlgnaut, and
declare that Mrs. Wagontr, 11 Insane,
must be taken at once to the a-ylutn or
leave for oth'ir quarters.
8AVKI THK STOKUS.
The Great Chicago L iwyor Nearly Done
Up by a Cor fi lenc 21 in.
Ci.tVKLAKD, U., October 11. "Why,
Mr. Storrs, huw do you do?" said a
fikhionably-drcsttcd in .u in the Kintiard
House this morning. "You d u't re
nicmbtr mo, I rcsume. You know my
father well, however. lie Is Mr. Nicker
son, tbe well-known banker f Chictijo.
I am here on my wedding tour."
Then he glibly continued, siying: "I
hail an amusing experience iat evening.
I was robbed of a.l my mouey In a sle p
lngcar." Storrs ex ressed vmpatby amlihei-r-fully
handed over 8-0. A detective w?li
bad obc ved the lucldeut called Mr
Storrs aside and asked h in if he knew
the man to whom he had loaned the
"Of courso I do," sa'.d Mr. Storrs.
"That's Hungry Joe, the famous bunko
steerer," said the detective. At this
Storrs hurtled over to Joe and anted:
"What did you say your name was?"
Joe proudly drew hiinxelf up, glanced
furtively at the detective and said, "ny
name Is Niekerson."
"Well, Just hand me bock that money
till I ascertain whether or not It really Is
Mckerson," sal J Ktorrs.
Joe restored the mouey and said be
would step up the street aud procure
references." lie walked very slowly out
of thu bote1, but no sooner had he gained
tho street than be lied most Indecorously.
Tale of Shipwreck on the West Coast
t of Africa.
Nkw Bkdford, Mass., October 11.
Tbe whaling bark Seine was wrecked
June 28tb on the west coast of Africa,
ten mlle9 south of Capo Frio. It is a
desert region, tho Nou so It ver eighty
miles north, affordlug the nearest fresh
water. Tho crew got ashore . safely with
four casks of bread aod a tea-pot, from
which, through a pipe formed of a boat
pump aud a log horn, they conducted
steam Into casks, where It wascoudensed
Into goo I water. Tbe surf ran so high
that tbo men were more than a
mouth in getting tbrco boats to
an anchorage outslie. One was
capzud, aod two l'ortugucse seamen
were drowned. Kdmund C. Dobson, of
New York city, steward, not being ablo
to swim, did not dure go lu tbe
boat, and despite all efforts to dls
soado him, started alone to walk
to the settlement. He has not since
been beard of. Tho three boatj pro
ceeded to Little Fish Hay, 240 miles
north, the nearest settlement. Tbo other
twj boats were totally disabled, aud
the Captain and nine men walked 180
ruUes north to a Portuguese fishing
station, crossing the Nourso River on
a rait. Tbey replenished th tr store
of fresh water, but were reduced to
two tablespoons full a day bcloro they
reachod tho settlement.
LOOKS L1KK A THICK.
Fifty Thousand Shares Thrown on the
Market by Vanderbilt.
rniLAPKLi'iiiA, Pa., Octobor 11. A
fact which bus mystllled tho street for a
long time that Jersey Central stock cer
tificates belonging to tho Reading Kail
road Company, a part ot tho 50,000
shares on which Vanderbilt advanced $45
a share aud agreed to carry for tho com
pany, had sppeured on tho street was
made clear to-dav when it bocarnu
known that Vanderbilt had no
tliM tho Koadiug Company that
ho had sold the 50,000 shares of Jersey
Central stock for the account of the com
pany. This stock ,coRt t;te Heading com
pany $78 a share. Wh n It began to full
and kept on falling tbe Heading company
marglued It down with the bankers and
brokers, who were carrying It to 945 a
stare, and then Vanderbilt took it up
again to carry It for the company. Ho
sold it from 955 down, It la said, receiv
ing an average of 950 a share for it, This
amounts to a loss for tho Heading com
pany of 9128 a share, or a total Toss of
DOOltNKU'H T1IK MAN
Who is Playing Into the Hands of
Hocking: valley Operators.
Pin sburqii, Pa., Octobor 11. For
several weeks Philip Dooruor, a well
known labor contractor of this city, who
recently broko a strike among tho minors
sf tho II. C. Frlck Company by filling
their plao s with foreigners, has been
making frequent trips between Pittsburgh
ind tho Hocking Valley. It has Just
boo i ascortalnod that Dooroer has a con-
- -..--.- ---
ccssfnl In breaking the strlko. The mon
supplied by him already greatly out
number the strikers, and with their
families occupy tho bo is of tho evicted
strikers. They are belug paid at tho
rate of lKty . cnts a ton, which Is twenty
cents cheaper than tho old men were re
ceiving, iheso men are experienced
miners, composed ot l'olanders, Hun
garians and Germans, and are under an
Clkvkund, 0., October 11. United
States Sen i tor II. B. Payne created a
sensation la his speech last evening at a
inasi-mcottug iu Newburgb, composed
largely of rolllng-tnlll men, by calling
Editor Cowles of the Lmdcr an "imp of
bell" and "a liar." The cause of the
Senator's anger was Cowles attempt to
prove, through several bitter editorial
articles In tbe Leadir, that Payne had'
been responsible for the recent
ItKDLCTlON OP WAGKS
in the Clcvoland rolling mills and that
Payne had taken from tbe rolling mill
bands wages for the two days that thov
spent In attending the funeral of the late
President ot tbe mills, Henry Chlsholni.
Payue said that Cowi"S having been
shown that this was false promised to
retract, but llnally refused to do It, Said
"Cowles once desired me to see
that the I'laindealcr, the Democratic or
gan, hhould throw no campaign mad. I
promised to do It, upon condition that
Cowles would throw all tbe mud at me
bo could, for I knew his opposition would
help me as It hat helped the Democrats
First Knock-Down for the Ba'tlmore) &
Baltimokk, Md., October 11. Officers
of tbe Baltimore & Ohio Hallroad have
just been Informed that tbe United
States Court for tbe Eastern District of
Pennsylvania has granted an order with
out bond restraining tho Pennsylvania
Company from Interfering with the ar
rangement now existing between tie two
companies, by wblch Baltimore & Ohio
cars run through to New York over tho
Pennsylvania Com any's track Judge
McIClnr.on states that the Pennsylvania
Company must observe tho contrtct and
tralllc arrangement until further orders
from tbo Court.
UASli BALL liltJiVl I'UW.
C ernes Playil
New York-St. Louis, 3;
taus, .1, Game called on
Brooklyn, N. Y. The Cincinnati and
Indiauapolls clubs played a postponed
championship game here to-day by
mutual agreement. Score: Clnclnnatis,
4; Indianapolis, 3. Eight innings; game
called on account ot darkness.
Chicago, IlL Chlcagos, 4 ; , Philadel
Philadelphia, Fa. Athletics, 9; Baltl
Dotrolt, Mich. New Yorks, 2; De-
trolls t. Mm innings: game called on
account of darkness.
Uicbmood, Va. LoulsviJIes, 15; Vir
Norfofk, Va. NorfoUs, 5; Colum
Buffalo, N. Y. Bostons, 25; Buf
Cleveland, O. Providences, 11; Cleve
. Brighton Beach Races.
Nkw Youk, October 11. The races at
Brighton Beach were continued yester
day before a largo audience. Tbcro were
11 vo excellent races
First race Maldona of all ages; three
fourths mile: Leroy, llrst; Bay Mlllor,
second; Forlorn, third. Time, 1:19. Mu
tuals paid 97.70.
Second Race For all ages; ono and
one-eighth miles: Blizzard, first; Blue
Rebel, second; Transit, third. Time,
2:01 1-2. Mutuala paid 954.20.
Third Race Handicap for all ages;
one and one-fourth miles: Hazard, tint;
Llgan, second; Jim Carlisle, third.
Time, 2:13 1-4. Mutuals paid 904.50.
Fourth Race For beateu horses;
scvcn-clghths mile: Baltazar, first; Bry
fogle, second; Jocose, third. Time, 1:33.
Mutuals paid 953.30.
Fit h Raco For all agos; one mile:
Popo Leo, first; Buckra.4, second; Jessie
D,, third. Time, 1:50. Mutuals paid
Cincinnati, O., October 11. At tho
Latonla races yesterday tbo attendance
was good, tho weather duo and tho track
First Raco One and ono-elghth miles:
Strickland, first; Lof tin, socond ; Swlncy,
third. Time, 1 :56 3-4.
Second Raco Ono mlloi Warfleld,
(list; Wizard, second; Longtnatc, third.
Third Raco Barrett stake; Ono mile:
Troubadour, first; Bootblack, second;
Jim Guest, third. Tunc, 1:45.
Fourth Race Selling race; ono and
one-halt furlongs: Ida Hopo, first;
Galaxy, second; Alex Anient, third,
Time, Ii87 12.
Fifth Raco Handicap hurdlo race; one
and one-quarter miles, over live hurdles t
Tomahawk, first; P. Line, second; San
fori, third, lime, 2:20.
Expootlnir a Lynching-.
KvaNhvili.k, Ind., October 11. Atolo
gram from Canuolton says the mob from
Troy did not come last night, but a mob
of ono hundred and fifty formed at tbo
Cannelton Jail, aud was vory threaten
ing, but did not do anything bcciuso
they see mod to have no leader, and the
uon-arrival of the mon from Troy dis
To Be Bold at notion.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Octobor 11. Judgo
Cuilon, ol King's County Supronw Court,
grantod an order to-day directing Re
ceiver Smith to soil certain securities of
tho (luluuct Atlantic Stalo Bank, after
giving fourteen days' notice of sulo.
Salo to bo at publlo auction.
Be NeTor Beeltfns.
Nsw Youk, October 11. Commission
er Fluk denies the romor that he has re
slgnod his position of ComraL'sloner of
the Poo'. The statements, ho says, Is all
bosh, and there Is no trouble of any ac
count between tho Pennsylvsela and Bal
timore A Ohio Companies, "At any
rato," sato no, "wny snoa a I resign ou
Qeorgo P. Edmunds Defines HI.
Position In the Present
The Eatort Oourteora on the Mulligan
Letters Purchase Question Mr.
Fisher Has the Last Say,
Close of Blaine's Campaign in Ohio-Dr.
Everett An Independant Can
didate. Eitnund's P'jsltlon. ,
Boston, Miss , October 11 Last
Thursday a goutleman of this city wrote
toScnat r Edmunds as follows:. t
Boston, October 9.
Hon. George F. Edmunds:
Dkar Sji The enclowd note, cred
ited to you, Is In uoneral circulation. It
seems to me to be so Improbable that
you can have written It that I venture to
call your attentlou to It, and ask if you
will kindly tell me If It Is genuine, or, as
I suspect, a forgery: ,
I.N (.1.08 CUB.
Bintii.vaTON, Sept. 80.'
M. II. Cook, Esq., Cwtlcton:
Yours of the 12th tost, received. In
reply would say I am out ot politics this
year. Hope G. O. P. will puli through.
Yonrs, etc., Q. p. Edmunds.
In repiy to his Boston correspondent,
Senator Edmunds, wrltl ig frem Burling
ton under date of October 10th, said:
"Mr. Cook, to whom you refer, is an
old tirna acquaintance of mine, from
whom I received a letter asking me to
make a po.itical speech at Custleton, to
which I replied very briefly, as to a grtat
many similar applications, that' It was
impracticable for me to do So. The print
you send me is not correct. I Inclose a
true copy for your information, but do
not wish it to appear in print any more,
It you can possibly avoid it.
"Gkohgh F. Edmunds."
DkakSiu: "ilave jours of tho 12th
in. 1 regret It Is quite Impractica
ble lor me to make political speeches
this fail. I hope our good old party will
pull turough a- usual." in baste. Yours
truly. , Geo. F. Edmunds.
Morris II. Cook, liso,., Castlkton, Vt.
Boston, Mass., October 11. In r.fer
ence to Blaine's deulal of the assertion
of Warren Fisher, that he (Blaine) had
ottered a sum of money for the Mulligan
letters, Fisher, lu an Interview, Bays that
at the request of Elisha Atkins, and at
the special request of Blaine, he went to
New York In the spring of 1880, and met
Blaine at the Fifth Avenue Hotel; that
then and there Blaine made his request,
to obtain, for money or otherwise, from
Jim Mulligan, all letters and memoranda
In wblch Blaiue bad any Interest. "Tbe
amount was not limited. I was to
If I could not obtain them for less.
Blaiue stated tiiat John Cummlngs, tbe
partner of Ellsba Atkins & Co., could
furnish all the mouey and ho authorized
me to confer with Cummings about the
money to be paid if the letters could bo
"Did Mr. Ellsha Atkins know ot this?"
" Certainly. He knew of my prognss
from time to time about tho purchase of
the letters, and stated thnt his partner
had all tbo funds required, it tbe pur
chase was made, as his partner (Ca ro
wings) had recontly, sold all of Blaine's
Little Hock & Fort Smith Railroad stock
at about 930 per share, which Atkins
thought at the time was a foolish sale, as
tbo stock afterward advanced, reaching
Close of the Ohio Tour.
SciOTOViu.il, O., October 11. Blaine
left Ironton at nine o'clock this morning.
Hundreds of workmen from Iron mills
and furnaces cheered as the train passed
through the outskirts of town. This was
Iho last day ot Blaine's tour of Ohio,
the route being up the Hocking Vail y
through tho mining regions to Lancaster,
whoro Blaiue rests over Sunday. He
made a short stop at Sclotovllle, where a
small crowd assemblod and whero he
mado a few remarks.
Dr. Everett an Indep jndent Candidate.
Boston, October 11. Tho correspond
ence has been made public wherein Dr.
William Ever, tt, of Qulucy, Is asked by
the Independents of th t Second District
to be their nomlnoe for Congress. Ever
ett accopts In a letter which outlines tbo
duty of a Congressman.
Disastrous Firs at Falrbury, 111.
Fairuuky, III.. Octobor 11. Waltons'
Mill, W altou Brothers' six stores, Horn
beck's restaurant, Yal's saloon. Mrs.
D. Kelly's mllilnary store, Tompson's
harness shop, Glbo & Hudson's marblo
works, i-rcslzo's photograph eallery, Mc
Donald & Comb's cattle varda. Law
rence's shoo shon. Mrs. Fisher's mil-
UtierV Store, and Hovnv'u nhtnnrnnh
gallery, were destroyed by fire oarly this
inuruluir. The fire is still raclntr. Tho
Odoll ClieCk-rowur fnrtnrv lit In rliinirnr
Tho II ro has crossed to tho south sldu of
ino rauroat track. Sovural lino rest
dencos aro In danuer. Tho loss Is 8200.
000; Walton Brothors' loss utono U
8150,000; lnsnranco not known.
Fairiiuiiy, lu., October 11. Tho
flames liavo been cotton undor control.
In addition to tho plucos mentioned,
Die ker's lumber yard, Smith's commis
sion store, and Yal's saloon woro do-
AOAIV PAINTED BCD.
The Host Notorious Town In Missouri
Witnesses Another KatdsT.
St. Louis, Ko., October 11. Informa
tion was received tn the elty this morn
ing of a homicide which occurred at
Bridge ton, 81 Louis Coanty, last night,
Involving two excellent families. At
eight o'clock last evening Wllllard Can
ill, son of 'Squire Cansll, a Justice of
th Peaoo fosvtbat township, mi t ayeoapj
noljjhbor, BoMIaj at Lew De Uatssij
laleon, and aften ator became Invtived
ji r .." nfimjr mi'
to blows, and Anally young Cansll drew
a revolver and shot Mlngi through the
stomach. " Mings lingered In great agony
for threo or four hours, dying about mid
night. Cansll made bis escape. .
The County's Crops.
WA8ni.uTo.v, D. C, October 11.
The Department of Agriculture returns
of com average higher for condition than
In the past five years, bat not so high as
In any of tho remarkable corn years from
1875 to 1877 inclusive. The general av
erage is 93, which is very nearly an av
erage of any series of tea years, and In
dicates about 20 bushels per acre on a
breath approximating 70,000,000 acres.
- The wheat crop wlH excoed that of last
year by about 100,000,000 bushels. The
j lcld per acre will average about 13 1-3
-The Indicated yield of rye Is about
twelve bushels p r acre. The quality Is
The yield of oats Is little above the
average, yielding about 27 bushels per
acre, and making a crop approximating
five hundred aod seventy millions of good
The barley crop makes a yield of near
ly 23 bushels per acre, and a product ex
ceeding fifty millions bushels ot average
The condition of the buckwheat aver
ages 87, Indicating a crop slightly under
The condition of the potato crop is
ecresenttd by 88, which Is five pours
ower than tn October of last year.
The October retains of cotton Indicate
a reduction of nearly eight points la tho
average of condition, tram 88.5 to 74.7,
as the result ot continued drought In ar
resting development and destroying the
vitality of tho plants. Of ten successive
crops, only two averaged lower In o edi
tion In October. Ttrcso wero 1881 and
1883, when tbe averages were CQ and C8
respectively.- The average was 88 In the
great cotton year of 1882. The returns
ot local estimates of yield per acre in
fractions of bales iudicates an average
rate ol yield of 3U-100 of a bale per
DEVASTATED BY WIND.
A Terrible Cyolo Invades Eanoock
Findlay, O., October 11. A cyclono
passed through Van Buren Township aud
the southern part o' this county from
East to West, devastating everything lu
Its way. Tbe truck of the cyclone Is said
to have been about ten rods wide, and
forests, buildings, feuces, c rn ahocks
and everythlug In its course were torn to
pieces aud scattered far and wi'le. The
stonn-c.oud was In the shape of an In
verted cone, and traveled at the rate of
sixty miles an hour. A'ter It passed, tho
entire town-hip could have been crossed
without laying down a fen., but, al
though the damage was great, thsre were
no lives lost.
Murdered and Bobbed.
Little Rock, Ark., October 11. The
murder of a Jewish poddler Is reported
from St. James Parish, Louisiana. The
body. was found coucealod in the brush
on the banks of the river. The murder
was for the purpose of robbery. Tbe
victim's head was crushed with a b.'unt
Instrument, and tho general appearance
about tho place sbowed that the unfor
tunate man ha I a desperate struggle
with his assailant. His jewelry box,
rilled of Its contents, was found close by.
Thcro Is no clew to the perpetrators, and
tho body of the man has not yet been
The Roughs are Out.
Chicago, III, October 11. Lastnlght
about nine o'clock, during a parade with
torches of the Seventeenth Ward Blaine
and Logan Club, the members were as
saulted by a crowd of boys with stones
and other missiles, and a boy named
Albert K. Nelson, thlrteon years ot age,
of 200 Townsend street, was struck on
the forehead, fracturing tho skull. It Is
thought the boy will not live.
Has Oot Enough.
Nkw York, October 11. Tbe firm of
Armour, Planklntoo & Co., grain dealers
of this city, has been dissolved, Phil.
Armour, tbe great grain speculator, and
John Planktnton, retiring. II. O. Armour
has formed a partnership with Fred N.
Daro, ot Brooklyn. Plaukluton retires
from the Kansas City Armour firm also.
Le Is getting old, and proposes to make
hlmseif comfortable in his new line house
Waking Up at Last
Pittsburgh, Pa., October 11. At a
meeting of ovor fifty prominent business
men It was decided to orgaulze a stock
corporation, having a capital of a quarter
of a million, with the privilege of In
creasing It to half a million, for the pur
pose of erecting and maintaining an ex
position building In this city. Tho com
mittee is this morning onyagod In making
tbo necessary arrangements toward 1 .
corporation. By the Bursting of a Furaaoe.
Jomkt, III, October 11. Blast fur
nace No. 1, at tbo rolling mill north of
tho city, burst about eleven o'clock last
night, sotting fire to tho stock house,
consuming It, with several cars, the olo-
vatod railway, stock, and other proporty.
Tho loss Is heavy.
A Mine on Fire.
Shamoakin, Pa., October 11. Ono
chamber of tbo Henry Clay shaft, op
erated by J. Lungdon & Co., of Klmlra,
N. Y., Is on fire. It Is snpnosod to havo
boon Ignited by abtasi. Water Is being
poured In, but It n hoped to extinguish
tbo Ore without A odlng tho m lnes.
Palmer Most Swing.
Ciscinsati, O., October 11. Tho ap
peal In behalf of Palmer, tbo murderer,
was docided by tbo District Court this
morning, The exceptions wero over
ruled, and Palmer's execution set for
October aist, between ten aud twelve
Astouia, L. !.( October 1L Diph
theria has becomo epldomlo here. Over
fifty oases and five deaths occurred tblsj
HtAV Sicnd for sUe.
VTokccstkr, If ass., Ootsbv SU.
Yesterday J. II. .Teosyck and Albert!
Rama sjned articles? tor a race to bo
rowed at Lake Qataetsainead, October
1 5th, ler aoo, and a atocripaoa oi
This Dowder tievfir vtrlot. A marvel of nurttv.
trUKth and wholesomenesi. More economical
tbtn ordlusry kinds, and cannot be sold is com
petition with tbe multitude of low test, short
weight, slum o phosphate eowders. Sold only
in cans. ltOYAL BAKlNu FOWDKR CO.,
10U WallBtreet, New York.
W. G. CAEY,
always on baud.
Hearse In readi
ness when called
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
m IS. INGE,
Manufacturer. and Dealer In
8th Streoi, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
W Konalreri. All Kind nt Kuve Muds.
IAS. R. SMITH.
sesiar a. surra
Grand Central Store.
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Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mude to Order.
8th 8t.,bot. Ohio Levee A Commvrclal Ave.
OAIUO. - - ILL
Kopairliiff neatly done at short notice.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND Hk .
fllirbflst Cash Prtoe Paid for Wheat.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N. Atost.
Ntxt Aloxandsr Co. Hank, Hth Sfc
Cairo, III. . ' ,
tirOood Stock and Prices ReseoBsbls.tf
CAIRO Sl'AR LAUNDRY.
I would ro.pcctfiillr announce to Us eltlseaief
Cslrothst I lev spenod sud ;ra esrrytajt m a
... .i... i..n,l.int ieresr of Winter's Block.
on Seventh street, where Ism srepersd to de all
kind of work Inniyllne la a superior sad work-
mnhlii HI-. lIufvillK flml)etltlOD and Si!
.1,1.1 fluiirue. All woik lusiMiisea, aaa profam
psyment if sn, good. BKHSILY. v
N. n.-Entrence toUnadry, throaih tkssvtvsAit
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