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CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY HORNING,' OCTOBER H, Mil,
IN THE PASTRY
Tnnllln.I.r man, Orange, tc, flavor Cnli m,
Cruim,liiiiilliiiS,A'c.,u ilrllrntrly unit nut.
urully u (be frull from which (hey urt- made.
FOIt STREXC1TH AM) TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR TIIEY STAND ALONE. '
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, M. st. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Trice's Liipuliri Yeast Gems,
licit Iry Hup Trmt.
xoxe eaxos 33-r oxioceso.
WE MAKE BUT O.NE QUALITY.
x). W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
alio carries the largest and beat selected stock ol
em brought to the city. Price, Tannine from the
lowest lor chp stove opto the closest fljurca
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Bnlldtiii' Hardware, and a compli-to assortment of
Tiuwarr, Oranltewarn, Karlhenware and a general
line of Houae Furnishing Uod, Lamp., Kixturca ,
etc. Call andrxamlnij helora purchasing.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo. U1.
Telephone No. isi.
Goldstine & Itosenwater
13G &138 Com'l Ave.
nave a full and complete lino of
Lint-ii Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full Block of Oil Clo'.bs, all sizes and prices.
All Ciood rtt Hot torn Price!
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas- T. Newlanrt and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
CAIRO, : : : JXU
Dflvo Well Forco and Lift Vumps furnished and
put up. Ai;eut for ttio Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP '
ho best pump ever Invented, Now Gas Fixtures
nrnlshod. to order. Old fixtures repaired and
lir-Jobblng promptly attended to. 31'Jtf
Manufacturer and Dealor In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON II AN I),
Milwaukee Be;r in kegs and bottles, .a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
- Cairo, Ills.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Ntnoteonth street) Cavt Til
Commercial Avenue f WUlUs Xlt
Ilorrlblo Fratvloldo at An Old
Pashloiied Connecticut Buck
whoat Threshing; Beo.
Andrew Squires, Having Worsted His
Brother Joseph, Hacks Him to Pieces
With a Jack-Knife.
The Awful Product of Sixty-seven and
a Half Cents Worth of In
N'oitwicn, Cont., October 13. A mile
noithwest of tho vllliigo of West Ash
ford, In Windham County, at a lonely
crot,s road, Is it big, old-fushluncd farm
house that v as thelceueof u terrlbluflyht
between brothers that ended la a murder,
(ieorgu Squires owns and lives on tho
fuiui and Lis father, Bradley Squires,
lived with blm. A brother, Joseph, has
been visiting at the homestead for sev
eral weeks, and on Saturday there was a
buckwheat threshing bee In the old bam,
and Andrew Squires, another brother,
was present. To make the Halls swing
TIIRKF, QUARTS OK WHISKY
had Ik oo provided for the party, and In
the afternoon all were under Its influ
ence. Noisily the brothers talked over
waton trades, at first lu Rood humor,
but finally Andrew and Joseph quar
reled, aud the latter knocked his brother
down with his fist. Andrew at onco
sprang to his feet and, dra wing hU big
jicck-knif- a po.-ular weapon among
Coooec icut farmer. savagely attacked
Jjttpb, cutting and slashing at bis
head. In an lu stunt J sejih's knife was
c ut, and a regular duel euuedthat lasted
for sevtral minute and spriokled the barn
Iloor.tuo buckwheat straw and doors and
walls with blood. Jloth men were skilled
la handling the stoutbone handled curve
pointed bla les, and backward and for
ward the men pressed each other deftly
almiug und war ;ln off
Rcfore the fight terminated Joseph,
who was overmatch' d, received three
piping wounds In tie breast, one In the
Miotildcr, another across the arm, s vi ral
In the buck of the houd, and a long fatal
cut that extended from tho luck of the
ear across the jugular vein. In hiu
d-ath agony he i-truggled out of the
barn door in an effort to get away from
tho murderer, but Andrew, with one arm
around his victim's body, repeatedly
plunged the knife into his brother's bead
as he was dragged along. It was not
uutil George .Squires pulled Andrew off
his brother's body by malu strength that
CEASED BIS 1ILOWS.
Joseph dltd about niuc o'clock the same
evening. Aadrew and his father escaped
with the farm team, driving rapidly
away. No attention was given the wound
ed man until Solectmn Alfred Walr
cull d at the house and then he was dy
ing. He was about forty-five years of
age. Yesterday Andrew Squires was
arrested at bis farm, a few miles away,
lie was taken before a Justice of the
Peace. A coroner's Inquest was held
then at Squires' barn, wlier tho murder
was perpetrated and Andrew was com
mitted for trial before the Snpreme Court
on the chargu of murder.
Fatal Accident at a Hospital.
Cincinnati, O., October 13. An acci
dent occurred at the City Hospital this
morning, resulting in the death of Win.
T. Thomas and Christ. TurJost, a pa
tient. Tu former was attempting to re
move tbe latter to the ampitheatcr on a
stretcher and fell through the oievator
hatchway, a distance of forty feet, with
the truck on top of them. Death was al
The Train-Dispatcher's Mistake.
Cincinnati, 0., October 13. Two
freight tralus on the Kentucky Central
collided this morning near Dccoursey
Station. They are almost a complete
wreck. The engineer, Hob Uray, was
serlonsly and possibly fatally injured,
and two others slightly, Tho accident
wa caused by a mistake- of the tralmdis
patcher in giving orders,-
Half a Town Burned.
LvNCiiniuo, Va., October 13. The'
town of Liberty, tho county seat of Bed
ford County, twenty-five miles west of
here, on the Norfolk & Western llallroad,
was visited by a disastrous conflagration
yesterday, which destroyed about half the
business portion of the town. The lire
was of incendiary origin. It was started
in a framo storehouse oceuped by J. N.
Karly, and swept away fourteen business
houses, and badly damaged othors before
it was stopped by blowing up a house
with powder. The loss Is bi twean $125,
000 and $150,000, with only about one
third Insurance. The same town was
nearly destroyed Inst year, and is with
out protection from lire.
The President on Hoard Lincoln's
WAsnrNOTON, 1). C, October 13. Tho
Dispatch, with President Arthur on
board, arrived at Fortress Monroo this
morning. Tho President will remain
there to day, leaving to-night for Wash
ington, and arriving hero at uoou to
morrow. Secietary Lincoln says information
from prominent mon on both sides leads
him to expect a ltcpubllcan victory ol
8,000 or 10,000 In Ohio.
The Coal Mine Fires.
Logan, O., October 13. Kuglnes from
this place and Lancaster are assisting to
extinguish tho Arcs at Now Straltsvlllo
and Sand Hun Coal Mines. Siuoko and
gni pruvont an entrance. It Is feared
they will have to bo flooded. This would
put them oat of tho market this season,
and entail groat expense and loss to tho
BuooiavK, N. Y., October 13. Tho
tugboat Spring, ownod by J. Q. Kdger
ton and ralucdTU 910,000, FUddutriy sank
this owning at tho wharf at the toot of
Battle street. Engineer Cook had a nar
row esoapo front drowning.
Kkw Yosic, October 13. A letter was
roai li thoOattoltc churches yesterday;
fjrxtiArcteWfcoi Mcdoslray UBfflvgcon-i
tnbffffons ilo Teter' pence, to aid the
holy futbor in withstanding tho encroach
nicuU against bis liberty and dignity.
Beet Sugar Culturi in the United States
New Yoiik, October 13. Ex-Govcrnor
Warruouth, of Louisiana, arrived hero
from Europe yesterday on tho Arizona.
Ho has been studying tho boot root sugar
Industry, and finds the European methods
of manufacture superior to ours, but tho
article Is pr duced at a loss at presont
prices, or would be were not tho Industry
subsidised by the Government. ,
UASJC I) ALL HltKViriES.
Ecore of Games Played on Saturday,
Philadelphia, Pa. Athletics, 4j St.
New York Cincinnati, 7; Metropoli
Cleveland, O. Provldeuccs, 8; Clove
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, 12; PhlladeU
Ba-'tlmor , Md. Columbus, S; Bultl
Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyns, 7i Indl
Pittsburgh, Pa. Toledos, 2; Alio
Detroit, Jlich. Detroits, 9; New
Milwaukee, Wis. Balti mores, 8; Mll
Buffalo, N. Y. Buffaios, 14; Bos
bcnoay's oa mks.
St. Ixiubs Mo. St. Louis Unions, 10;
Kansas City, Mo. Kans City Uutons,
4; St. Paul Unions, 4.
Clnciorotl, O. Cincinnati Uuloos 11;
Bostoa Uutaus, 5.
MlhN'aukec, Wis. Ml waukees, 5; Bal
Hannibal, Mo. HauDiUls, 10; Piua
How They 8. and.
The following tables show tho standlug
of tho various Association and League
Clubs up to and including Saturday,
NATIONAL LEAGUE. .
Provldcnco W i!7
Itoslon 7;l IHi
Hulfalo Wl 4
New Vork ". :W 4H
I'hieatro r: W
Cleveland Si4 7
Detroit ..M W
, Won. Lost.
Columbus cs !
St. Louis iW Hit
Loulsvllles d 40
ClnelnnHtis Od 4't
llaltiinores.,..M til 41
Athletics tti )
Toledos 44 5
ltrooklvns . ;.,,.40
Pittsburgh ;tl 7rt
Indianapolis 2s 7H
Uicbroonds 'U 7t)
Ft. Louig si
,t. Paul W
Kansas City 15
IJALLOTS Oil MULLETS ?
Which Are to Be Resorted to To Carry
Hamilton County in To-Day's
The Situation In Cincinnati Fraught
With Danger to the City-A Etps
tition of the Late Riots Imminent.
Cincinnati, October 13. Political
feeling is the bitterest ever knowu In
Cincinnati. An army of Republican Dep
uty Marshals Is pitted against an army
of Democratic Deputy Sheriffs and po
licemen. The jail and police stations
are la tho hands of Democrats, lie
publican Marshal are said to inteud
making a prison of tho vadlts of tho
now rost-olllco, which Is under
their control In a largo building
approached by tortuous hallways with
burglar and lire-proof doors and walls,
without air or light. Democratic oillccrs
aro supplied with hundreds of writs of
habeas corpus, signed by a Democratic
Probate Judge, with blank spaces for
names. Tho city Is flllod with strange
negroes and ugly whites. Threats to kill
fllltho air, and a riot Is not Im
possible. Every man who appears at
Democratic headquarters Is being sworn
in as a special polico.uian, and thero Is a
jam at the United States Marshal's olllce,
all taking tho oath. Threats aro openly
made that thero will bo plenty of "dead
niggers" around In tho morning. Dem
ocrats aro chargod with bribing Deputy
Marshals. Tho indications aro that
Hamilton County will go Democratic
from 2,000 to 4,000.
Blaine in Pennsylvania.
Lancaster, Pa., October 13. Blalno
speut a quiet Sunday as thu gui'St of his'
cousin, P. B. Kwlng. Iu tho foronoom
he attended the Presbyterian Church,
and tho afternoon lio devoted to visiting,
in company With Judgo Kwlng, IiIh rela
tives and old friends, of whom he has a
largo number in this vicinity.
Truth is XiRhty and Win Pravail
Boston, Mash., October 13. To-day
Elijah Truth; Presitkmt of U Oregon
Trans-Continental, sold that Joy had
made to aim tho same statement which
Ileocher says was made to him about
lUalno. Smith wtil to-dur preparo a lets
ter, (riving In full his atatemout of tbd
Bloomikgton, Iu October IS. To-
iay -occurred the Svedith Hcpiiltea
rally In tils city, which was participated1
la by Bwetflsn oiptniKattoM taxeoghawtj
DonUai lOraois. I'ka meetfug wis also
Mtaadod 4ty4eJgBttoa ot tHW MTtaa-
Tho Rotten Pot of Politics Which
Will To-Day Be Served To
A Searching EoTiew of the Field On the
Eve of Battle What Has Been Done
and What is Eipeoted.
The Men Who Carried Indiana Four
Years Ago at the Htlin of
St. Louim, Mo., October 13. Tho
following special from tho battlefield la'
Ohio to tho Chronicle, of this city, will
appear this afternoons
Cincinnati, O , October 13. Although
Ohio has been for years growing us tho
pivotal State lu National electl ns, to
morrow for tho ilrst time tho Issue of a
National contest will be staked upon thu
result there. Tho Democrats have at
last accepted the Republican challenge to
make tho Presidential light la Ohio, and
this election Ls bciDg watched with eager
Interest from one end of tho Republic to
the other. All the preliminary work ot the
campaign has been done and tho two par
ties aro now aligned opposite ono another
walling the buttlo signal, while an army
of the camp-followers, the doubtful vot
ers, ' greatly outnumbering tho regular
party legions, lag behind to decldo tho
struggle. It U with theso that tho Ohio
campaign has had most to do. The Inde
pendent element in both parties ls stron
ger In numbers and Influence this year
than it has ,ver bceu before, and where
It throws thu majority of Its votes victory
will rest. .Xutj parties to galu this un
attached vote have made a close, sharply
defined cumpalgn oa clear-cut issue', and
have made the most of their opportuni
ties. Iu the canvass tho Democrats
have had several advantages over the
1. The Democracy has never before
made a determined and harmonious flht
In Ohio wltbout carrying the State or at
least nearly extinguishing the Republxau
majority. Iu 1S73 Bill Allen made the
fight against Governor N yes, and won by
817 plurality, though Noyes had carried
the State two .years before by 20,108.
In 1875 Allen again ran, against
Hayes, this time with both paMes well
united, and was defeated by only "5,54 1
plurality. In 1870 at the October
election after Hayes had been nominat
ed for the Presidency, with both parties
practically harmonious, but with tho
Democrats conceding the election to the
Republicans, they only carried It by 0,G:i6
iilurallty. In .November ot the same
year Hayes carried his on Mate against
Tllden by only 7,510 plurality, and a
paltry 1,025 majority. In lb. 7 Dick
Bishop, with a harmonious Democratic
support, defeated the blind Republican
Demosthenes, Bill West, for Governor
by :'L',5:'0 p urallty. In this election tho
Repubil nus were badly divided among
themselves. Tho following winter.
showed itself In tho Legislature growing
out of Bishop's appointments, and in 1878
Milton Barnes obliterated Bl hop's big
majority and defeated Dave Paige, for
Secretary of SUle by 3,154, but thero
were 44,014 Greenback and Prohibltiou
votes cast. The quarrels In the Demo
cratic ranks grew to such an extent that
Bishop was defeated for a renomlnatlou
by General Tom Kwlng. Tho revolt
against Kwlng was open, and Charley
Foster defeated him In 187J by 17,12'J
plurality, tho Prohibitionists casU
Ing 4,145 and the Greenbackers
9,072 votes. Ia 1830, when Gar
Held at tho - head of tho Presidential
ticket, and tho Democracy all broken up
after the pcrsoual contest between Thtir
man and Payno for the delegation to tho
National Convention, the Republicans
Carried tho State in October by 19,003
plurality, 13,000 votes being cast by tho
Greenbackers and Prohibitionists, lu
November Garfield had 34,2-'7 plurality,
tho smti ler parties casting H,000 votes,
lu 1881 tho Democratic internecine war
was Increased by John W. Bookwaltcr
buying his nomination for Governor over
Dur-bln Ward and others, Foster defeat
ed hlra by 24,30'J plurality. At this elec
tion tho Prohibitionists cast Ki,507 votes
aud tho Grecubackers 0,330,
A SOLID DEMOCRATIC FRONT.
In 1882 tho Democrats came up with a
solid and harmonious front onco more,
the Internal llres having exhausted them
selves lu tho crushing defeat of Book
waiter. Jas. W. Newman downod Clms.
Townsend for Secretary of State by It),.
115 plurality, although Townsend bud
been elected two years previously by a
plurality of 1J,005. In this contest of
18 2 tho Prohibitionists caHt 12,'.'0a votes,
aud the Grconbuckcrs 5,315. Tho liquor
question cnterod largely into this can
vass, but tho Prohibitionists placed llttlo
faith In Republican professions and
workod strongly for their owu ticket. In
1883 tho liquor question was stilt on, but
tho Republicans had taken such ad
vanced ground In favor of temper
ance that many Prohlblttoulstu uccepted
their Stato ticket.
HARMONY AND WI1IHKY.
Hondly got a united Democratic sup
port, and that of tho liquor dealers, aud
a largo body ot liberal German Republi
cans, ami defeated Foraker for Governor
by 12,52'J plurality, the Prohibition voto
being 8,1102. To-ilay the Democracy Is
harmonious and milted, aud tu as good
lighting trim as In 1873.
2. Tho Democracy again have tho ad
vantage of tho liquor question. Tho
liquor dealers and liberal Germans aro
nearly as united for the ,heud, and are
fully so for tho tall of tho Democratic
ttefcot this year, m thoy were wheu N. w
mun won by l'J,115 In 1882, and whn
lload'y won lawt year by 12,52'J. The
Prohibitionists, who pollei 10,W
votes tu 1881, 12,202 ut 1882, und 8,!)W tu
1883, are now wo king the hardest thoy
ever did In tho Stato for their owu tlckot,
and are dwotlng their ouirglcs particu
larly against the Itopub.lcuns, ou account
ol Maine's dodgo lu :lno ami tho Re
publican attempt early In tho campaign
to ocncliate the liquor meu. They huvo(
lull State, Corgresslonul, and Couaty
Hckf ts In tlie Ho d. Tay oxr c to poll'
40,000 votes. There are 14,000 liquor1
Jealors la tho Male, all ot whom will.
Mo against Ute tail, Art Uia "most of
ftxiu aftsiua tso UaA qt tna KojIcJtan1
TUB OFFICIAL MACHINERY.
8. In contests In Presidential yean
heretofore the Dem crats have had op
posod to them the wholo otllclal machin
ery of tho State. This time tho Demo
crats huvu all tho State offices, a largo
inajorl'y of the members of Congress, a
big majority In both brunches ot the leg
islature, me ouiui-rs oi a majority ot
counties in uio Maio ana tne otllclal rus-
hlnerv of everv lnrL'o cltr In Ohio. This
gives the in a large army of zealous work
II ADD TI.MK8 MAKK.9 VOTES.
4. The prevailing hard times Is en
tirely In favor of tho Democrats, as it
was in 1x70, when 'juden won. Tho
Hocking Valley and Ohio Valley coal
miners ire pretty much all Idle, and
many are suffering fiom starvation and
want of shelter. L thographlc copies ot
the letters connecting Rial 11 e with tho
ill cklng alley mines havo been cir
culated aino"g them by the thousands,
and scattered hrondcast among working-
111 ft u all over tho State. The ironworks
at Clevelaud, Cincinnati, Youogtttowu
and other poli.ts are shut down or are
running only small forces.
WAGES HAVK RF.KX IlKDCCKD
In all Industries, The great agricultural
machinery manufactories at Springfield,
Dayton, Masstllon and othor cities In
Central Ohio are closed or running short-
handed. Other adva'itacs possessed by
tho Dem crats uio the extent o' the Re
publican detection of Independents thl4
year, who are working hard and Intelli
gently for the Democratic ticket and tho
amount of money in the paity treasury
which has secured perfect organization
and effective work.
The Republicans, ou the otiter hind,
are well supplied with political weapon.
Tbey have tho prestige, Ilrst, of never
having been defeated in a National elec
tion; thoy have all tho illcial machinery
of the Government at command, which
gives them an army ot true and ex
perienced workers; tho Clevelaud scan
did has gained them many votes which
aro not ottset by Democratic gains ou 00
countof the B aluo story; disappointed
Irish otlice seekers, with the dynamiters,
who expect Blaine to give th-m a chanco
at the British lion, make the Irish ac
cession appear formidable, and tho Blaine
hlppodroming tour has done eoiuethlti:;
toward arousing lukewarm Repub leans.
But impoi tant us theso advantages are,
there aro otb rs.
Tho Republicans have forcod the tariff
issue, and, although the Democruts, save
Frank llurd, of the Tenth District, havo
cowardly dodged it, thero Is marked dis
cord lu the Democratic band on tills qu s
tion and, whll ttv re ls no personal 1:1
fecllng on tho surface, the lack of unity
of views prevents an aggressive tight.
The tariff scare his certainly gained votes
lor Republicans among thu wool growers,
and among workingmen who believe that
business Is dull because a Democratic
Natlonnl House of Representatives at
tempted to reduce tho tariff twenty per
cent, and frightened business men. Tlu
cowarclico of the Democrats in no' meet
ing the Issue has convinced many that
they were on tho wrong side, or they
would havo defended their position.
TUB SCOTT LAW.
Again, tha Scott law has been a two-
edged sword. Iho Republic ins have,
from the assessment books, shown that
tno !cott law has made a very notice
ublo reduction lu taxation on both real
estate and personal property in tho State,
and havo shown that If the Democrats
elect their ticket to-morrow It will cer
tainly bo declared uncou.stitutloual by
the Supremo Court, wheu taxes will not
only bo advanced to their old figure,
but far beyond, as all tho money which
has been paid by tho liquor dealers up to
this time will havo to be refunded by the
State, amounting to about $3,000,000.
This has been effective with farmers and
sober, Industrious laboring meu who owu
homes that are taxed.
Dl'DLKY AND FII.LKY.
But Tho greatest advan ago of all to
the Republicans ls the lino Italian hands
of W. W. Dudley aud Chauuccy I. Fllley.
For two weeks the, have been hero at Re
publican headquarters, and have had en
tire management of tho financiering cam
paign, which thoy at once Inaugurated.
Dudley Is never seen out on tho streets
or In tho reception room of tho commit
tee. He occupies a buck roo n, and is only
visited ty chosen men, and even theso aro
not admitted to hiui when curious eyes
are prying around. Ftiley has mado a
tour of tho Slate, his route aud stopping
poln's being mapped out from tho weak
poluts found by tho first aud second ltc
publlcan polls of tho State. Ho has con
versed with his chosen agents, and th 7
havo come, and aro comlug, In silence,
to Dudley here, and havo departed with
out creating any noise. A few days aftor
Fllley visited a town, thero weut Into It
straugo men, whlto and black, and Dud
ley's visitors woro at tho depots to greet
them and assign them to quiet, comforta
Tho provalllug Impression hero ls that
tho majority will bo under 10,000 cither
way, possibly under 5,000, with tho
chances that tho Republicans will havo
it. At the conference of Thursday night,
ut which Blaine, Foster, Fllley, Dudley,
Plumb, Manley, llannu, of ClevolaiM,
and Charley Farwell, of Chicago, woro
present, thu lust poll was dis
cussed, Fllley ond Dudley mado reports.
It was agreed money alone could suvo
tho State; $250,000 might burcly carry
it; 500,000 could secure over 5,000 ma
jority, und $700,000 was noowsary to put
it abovo 10,000, Farwell, who desires to
succeed Logan In the United Slates Sen
ate, and who hud comq to tho confereuco
ut illulno's request, agreed to raise $250,
O00 In Chicago und started homo at onco.
Don Cameron ls to send another pile from
Philadelphia uud Levi P. Mortou from
The New Brunswick National Bank,
Tiiknton, N. J., Ociobor 13. Tho
United States Grand Jury has just madd(
It prosontment against tho New Bruns
wick National Bonk, saying tho Investiga
tion has reveulod a loss of more than the
whole surplus of tho hank. It na1
cautted before last Juno by Iho fraud of1
tho cashier, with tho posflbto oonolviwace
of tho Prreldeut. No other otlkcra aro
Implicated, but tho staiemont to tho
Comptroller's of Uio Oamucy In Jane,
was tulsot and intended to conceal tho
frauds, ami the dlttocto-aattiwtod Its cor
rectness Without examination.
United Stilus Suprem Court.
WAsmmiTO, D. C. October 13. Thol
October krtu el the Supremo Court ot
tho United States began to-day, with;
1,004 caaM 004110 dockvt. After tan ads
inUtattoo f a aaauur of ottyttwqra toj
pnotkCftlnfMUca WkO aaaonacedJ
ftat toQm'mbk 4tsJBu. atfl tiw
This powder nevr varies. A mnrvol of Dtirltr.
strength nnd wholesomouoss. More economical
man ordinary Kinds, anrt cannot ho sold in cora
utitltlon with thu multitude, of low test, short
weight, alum 0' phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. ROYAL HAKINU I'OWDFU CO..
lOH Wall Street, New York.
W. 6. CAET,
alwitya on hand.
Hoarso ia readi
ness when called
No. 12 Oth St., Cairo, 111
pj. IS. INCE,
Manafiicturur and Dealor in-
8th Street , between Com'l Avo. uud Levoo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMU.VITtON.
ifn Kromrpd. All Kinds ot Keys Madfl.
IAS. R. ISITII.
CUBB1IT A. SMITH
Grand Central Store.
DRY GOODS, '
OIIIO. - - aXX.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
. Mmlo to Ortlor.
8tU St., hot. Ohio Lovue & Commerclol Avo.
CAIRO. - IIjL
Rt'lialrioar neatly done at short notice.
CAIKO, II f.INOIH.
FLOUR, GEAIN AND HA"?
Egyptian Flouring Mills
niirhoBtCash Prh'.ePald for Wheat
Mrs, Emily Bowers,
Mrs, AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
Nxt Aloxtrndar Ci. 31nk, Hth 8t
tVOood Btoclc and Trlcoa Hcsaonablo.stl
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I would rcspcctfiillr annoimre to tho elllssnsor
Cairo that I hY( oix-uod and yin erj'ton ,
Brst cliiM isttmlrylBthnn-ar of Wmtr Bloct,
on8..yiith sirwt. whers lsiu prqmrsd to do all
kinds of work in my lino in a suprlor and work
niaiiship stylo, dfrln ci'nipoMiiio and at rssoa
ahlo fldtires. All woik stiaraatund, and prompt
payment If any good atrolost. HKKtLT.
VS. n.-ltntrance to laundry, tttronnh tbsprtvat
ntraucs to Winter's block, , tM-ta