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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILU, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19,1188k
IN THE PASTRY
TERRORIZING THE TOWN,
not been heard from until yesterday,
when his body was found three miles
from hero with a bullet bole In his breast
and bis head crushed In. Suspicion rests
upon two strange catt'e drovers, who
were in tbo saloon and left shortly after
, Foutsmouth, 0., August 18. Tuesday
last Solomon Evans, a wealthy farmer of
this county, left his homo to vote. Ho
did not reach home, and had not been
seen since till yesterday, when his body
was found concealed in a copse near bis
house with the skull crushed. He had
been murdered for money. Suspicion
rests on a vagabond seen In the neigh
borhood. A WOMAN'S SIN.
til Morris was very much exhausted. It
Is thought he will serve out bis sentence.
Polk Wells Is serving a llfo scntonco at
Fort Madison, la. . r
Riotous Conduct of the Navvies
Ontho Canadian Paclflo
Scandalous Outcome of tho Doaer
tlon of a Husband Eightoen
Thirst For Whisky the Exciting Causa
Great Loss of Life and Destruction of
Proporty the Probable Result.
The Unhappy Man Marries Agaiu After
Sixteen Years, and Igorantly Becomes
the Grandfather of His Own Child.
Tbe Provincial Authorities Appealed To
jArraed Volunteers To the
Left Penniless at Last, tbe Runaway Wife
Seeks a Home With Her Daughter
The Aw.'ul Truth Disclosed.
Blllia, Lemon, Orance, etc., flavor Cakr.
-r"'""ru'''"..e..i dHlcutrly and nut
rally as tbe fruit from which they are made.
FOB STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
MtMftlO BY THI
Price flaking Powder Co.,
Chicago., Hi. 8t. Louit Mo.
mm tut or
Dr.Prlcs's Guam Baking Powder
Dr. Price's I iiuilin Yeast Gems,
UrM Ury II ou Vea.t.
JfOK sax.ts dt cmocnya.
WE MAKE HUT ONE QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 19i Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
alo carries lbelarget and bet (elected t )cHol
r brnnght tothe city. Price" ranging fron the
loel lor cheap ilove Dp to the closest figure
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builder' Hardware, ted a complete aaitortment of
Tinware, Grantteware, Kartbenware and a general
line of Home Purnlthlng Oooda, Lamp, Fixture,
etc. Call and eiamlnt. before purehalng.
Corner 12th and Commercial Arenas, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
Goldstine & Kosenwater
136 6c 138 Com'l Ave.
tuvea full Dd complete lln of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A he avy atoclc ol Body Brutscl, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A full itock of Oil Clo'.b, ail ilzva and price.
All tiood rtt Bottom Prices!
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas- T. Xewland and
Plumb, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. feutli and Ele
venth Sts ,
Drive Well Force and Lift Pump furnlihed and
pat up. Agent for the Culebratod
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'
he bent pump er invented. New Go Fixture
urnlahea to order. Old fixture repaired and
taf7"Jol)blni( promptly attended to 319 tl
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
Milwaukee Deer in kegs and bottlo, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
- Cairo, Ills.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largs! Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS 8C)Lt) VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor.NInatMnttkitrMtt PnifA Til
OeaiusKlalAmor UUXO, 1U
Toronto, Ont., October 18. Reports
received here from Mlchlplcoton, oa the
north shore ol Lake Superior, say that
tbe towa Is la the possession ot a gang
of roughs and whisky sellers. Tho re
spectable people of the place have re.
celved notice to fjuit tba town. Oa Fri
day night last tbe Canadian l'aclflc Rail
way office was rldJIed with bullets by a
baud of masked men. John McKeozie,
an employe, was shot through
the band. Captain Burden was fired
at while In bed a few nlghts ago. Tho
ball passed witbln a tew Inches ot bis
bead. Tbe rougbs are employed on tho
Canadian Pacific Hallway construction.
Wherever work on that Hue Is In progress
tbe public works act, which prohibits
tbe sale of liquor, Is enforced. Tho nav
vies object to this, and aid the whisky
peddlers la openly defying th i law. An
attempt being made to suppress tbe
trallic, tbe liquor sellers called In tbe as
sistance of tbe roughs and whisk men
from luiilnsu a Harbor, and by their as
sUUcce tbe stipendiary Magistrate was
set at defiance, but not until a serious
riot bad occurred, lu whicb revolvers
were freely used and two of the consta
bles were snot.
Ou tbe night of October 9ib several re
vo.vfrsbots were Bred after dark near
tbe quarters occupied by Captain Uurdeu,
tbe Ontario mam&trate, and tbose of
A.txaiider MacDonukl, agent of the
Canadian 1'acitlc Railway. No great Im
portance was attached to the fact, but ou
tbe fo.lowlng day a notice was found
po-ted in the neighborhood of tbu rail
way ofllce threatening death to MacDon
a.d and other persons supp led to be
connected with him in the suppression
of tho whisky traffic. The notice was
signed, "liy order of the Vlgllauco Com
mittee." On the evening of that day a simul
taneous attack was made by about
thirty-flvo men upon tbe quarters of
tbe Magistrate, and the headquarters
of the Canadian 1'acitlc Railway Com
pany. Some two hundred or three
hundred shots from revolvers and Win
chester rilles were directed Into the
building. Some of tho shots passed
through tho windows and lodged In tho
logs at tbe back of the house occupied
by the Magistrate.
Immediately afterward an attack was
made upoo tbe lockup. Tho front door
was forced open, and three cell doors
wrenched off sad tbe prisoners set free.
Three newly appointed Constables, who
were obnoxious to tbe whisky gang, were
shot at, and two of them wounded, per
Notices were found placed In positions
where tbey wou.d be certain to be seen,
saying that tbe three newly appointed
Constables would be killed unless they
left by tbe next steamer lor Toronto.
On tbe following day another demon
stration was made, and another Intima
tion to tbe Canadian l'aciflc agent that
unless he stopped his opposition to the
whiskey traffic he would be shot. No
confidence could be placed in any of the
constables on tbe spot, and a large ma
jority of the Inhabitants, tho teamsters,
aad others, were la sympathy with tbe
"Molly Magnlres," as tbey called them
selves, and cren those who were not in
sympathy with them were afraid to come
forward and give evidence. As tbe
local authorities were unarmed, it was
deemed advisable that tbe Provincial
Government should be appealed to.
Tbe acts were duly brought to the no
tice of the Government at Toronto by
Captain Harden, who arrived hero last
tight, and armed volunteers will be sent
to Mlchlplcoton. But as It Is three day's
journey In m here, it is feared llut blood
may be shed before assistance gets there.
J. M Hamilton, County Crown Attorney
at Sault Ste. Mario, has been Instructed
to levy and transport an armed force ot
sufficient strougtn to ovcrawo the rioters
Finding; of a Skeleton in Lott's Woods,
L. I. Warn tuffs,
MkwYobk, October 18 Fresh Interest
has bceu given to the mysterious dis
appearance of lie ury Wortulngton, who
left his homo April 25th, 1882, and has
Bt been Si en since, by tho finding of a
human ekokton, believed to bo his, lu
Lott's Woods, near l'arkvlllo, L. I. A
month after bis son's disappearance,
John Wortulugton, father ot tbo missing
man, received through the malls a box
marked "l'rlvaie." on opening It there
was found several ounces of
' CLOSKLY l'ACKUD COTTON,
on top of which was a piece ot sand pa
pvr, rcsslng closely against tho ends of
two matches fastened to the lnsldo ot tbo
ltd, On Juno 1:1, tho samo year, Mr,
Wortbington received a letter, postmark
ed Brooklyn, wblcb contained tho design
of a skull aud crossboncs, under which
wis tho following i "Death to tho spies
CAVKNDISH AND ttCHKK."
On the 4th of July, following, whllo
Worth, ugton was absent, his wlfo re
ceived a letter addressed to htm, as fol
lows i "I warn you as a friend not to bo
in your store this evening." Wortbing
ton on May 0th received another myntcn
obs envelope containing nothing but tbo
torn border of a cotton handkerchief.
The police of Brooklyn hsvo boon unable
to dad a traoe of young Wortbington or
tbo sender of the box aud lettors.
Murdered for Hie Money.
Evansvillk, Its,, October 18, An
other murder has conio to light In Ferry
County, whore the Uumlcrshot iragody
took plaoo last week. Daniel Richard
son, a f armor living near Troy, loft homo
about two weeks ago, having about iUO,
to bis possession. Ho Intended to bor
row iliO more at Troy, with which to
bny some horses. He was dls ppolntotl
In getting the money, and on his return
boiue stopped at a saloon three miles
.tow Baioo. Wnlte there, he boasted of
toAkeifA kti.jMatjv, Its drank bear
Cr ttfftwo te Wt. ttnoa that ttme he has
Father, Son and Daughter Daad The
Outlaws Still at Larg-e.
New Albany, I.m, Octobor 18. Henry
Eastcrldge, his son, Hiram Easteridgo,
and bis daughter, Mrs. Miller, shot by
tbe Monroe C.uuty mob at Unlouvllle
last Saturday nlgbt, are reported dead.
Enoch and Elijah Easterldge and James
Miller, tho latter the husband of tbe
wotnun that was shpt, are still at large,
though Miller and Elijah Easterldge are
wounded. Jesse Maytleld, a farmer who
weut out Sunday to aid In the search for
the two Easteridgo boys and Miller, has
not since been seen or heard from. It Is
supposed ho came npon tho desperadoes
In the woods, and was murdered by
tbera. Tho excitement in tho vicinity of
U ilonvllle continues without abatement.
It is said that Miller and Easteridgo I ave
In the last three or four weeks committed
burglaries aggregating In Urecnileld
Townbip alone over $2,000.
A Serlona Charge.
New York, October 18. A special dis
patch from. Buffalo to tbe World says
that several months ago tbe Republicans
ot tho Third Ward applied to the West
Shore officials for permission to erect a
wigwam on a vacant lot on Seneca street,
belonglne to the Railroad Company,
but were refused. The Democrats a few
days later bad a splendid wigwam erected
ou the land and had the strongest organ
ization ever bad in the ward. The Cleve
land supporters employed on the railroad
bavo formed a club and bold meetings lu
tho wigwam. This roused the ire ol tho
Republicans, and yesterdiy morning tho
wigwam was found to be iu flame. Tho
Are was undoubtedly tho work of an In
cendiary. DERAILED AXD'llUUXED.
A Large Number of Passengers Rsport 3d
Lolisvili.k, Ky., October 18. A pas
senger train on the Louisville, New Al
bany & Chicago Railroad was derailed
and ditched early this morning at Put
namvlllc, Ind., 135 miles from here.
Tho wreck took fire and burned. It Is
rumored that a large number were killed
and Injured, though there are no details
Bloomingtox, Ind., October 18.
Train No. i, . South-bound Louisville,
New Albany & Chicago, was derailed -at
Fullmanvlllo tbls morning. Tbe engine,
baggage-car and two passenger cars
were wrecked and caught fire. Tbe
whole train was burned, and 200 passen
gers bad a miraculous escape.
Blaine in Michigan-He Talks to the Ann
Jackson, Mien , October 18. Tho
Blaine train left the Michigan Central
Depot at Detroit this miming on the
route to South Bond quietly and with
out more ado than loud clapping from
the fifty or seventy-five people iu the de
pot. Blaine looked bright and In excellent
spirits. Tbe first stop made was at Ann
Arbor, whero it soemod as though tho
whole town had turned out. Every student
lu tho University was In the open spco
behind the tralu. When Blaino appeared
on tho piatform tho yelling was idmp y
tcrrlllc. Mayor Stevens attempted an In
troduction but signally failed to niako
himself he;J. Finally Mr. Blaino com
menced speaking without an introduction
"During tho war we used to hear
much of tho 'rebol yell.' Laughter.
It was said to Imply great vigor aud de
termination', but it seems to me that tho
young men who do mo tbo honor to ap
pear hero to-day could havo tcrrlllod tho
wholo army ot Lee. Laughter, But
I am glad to seo you aud bear It j for it
Implies enthusiasm and strength. It Is
tr in tbo youth of tho cou try that tho
Hopubllcan party Is constantly recruited.
Wild choorsl. What we loso from deser
tion, disappointment and disaffection on
tho part of the loaders Is far more than
made up, yes ton fold niado up by tho
youog mou of the countrr, who are just
coming Into action. (Groat cheering),
Not only that, but It Is a proportion which
holds good for tho young men of all
grades and claasue; but wo linvo a very
remarkable proportion of tho educated
youog men of tho country. I wish to
leave with those youog collegians a prob
lem In relation to ono of the great politi
cal Issues of the times, a problem which
will confront tbem In their future careers,
and that Is, to 11 nd out why so many
collrgo youths who aro frco traders at
twenty ure protectionists at forty? I
think the answer Is to be found In tho
tact that at forty they bavo tukeu their
degrees In the great university ot ex
perience, which, after all, Is a much
wider, much more reliable university
than that ot theory, Cheers. Our col
lego boys aro taught, as I was myself
taught when a college boy, tho doc
trines ot freo trade, but tho United
States stands s a perpetual Illustration
of the valuo In a new country of tho doc
trine of protoctlou. Wild and lvng
A Mlsor Starves Herself to Death.
Baurih, QNT.f Octobor 18. Miss Mary
Aun Soawrlght's shop and dwelling had
boon observed to bo closed for te viral
days and the police wen notified yester
day. Upon forcluc an entrance the old
woman was found dead. The surround,
lugs were squalid and filthy, and there is
no doubt but that Miss Soawrtght starved
to death, In tba hooss wore found sev
eral boxes filled with oi.tiy silks and
other valuables and a packago of money,
Indicating that Miss Beawrght was a
miser. There were thirteen different si-,
tleles ot clothing on ths body. Miss Sea
wrlght was i sister ol 8siL,T)os.Ae.
nwivnHu narjinwr sirs.
MOtfiW,' ISWOssitt ToTtSHM),
Schknectady, N. Y., October 18. A
few rules from here, In Schoharlo
County, resides a married couple, tho
husband being considerably older than
bis wife. They have lived happily to
gether for more tha twj yea s, and
havo bad onb child. Eigbteecn years
ago a you'h of seventeen, living near
here, ruado a runaway marriage with tho
the fifteen-year-old daughter of a neigh
bor, and settled in Iowa, whero a
daughter was born to them. When
tho child was an Infant tbo mother
eloped with a drummer, taking the child
with hur aud weut to Chicago, whero
she has since resided. When tbe daughter
became fourteen years old
sriK KAN away,
and who i seventeen married a man
much older than herself. Soou after their
marriage the couplo came to Schoharlo
Couuty, atid have since lived happily. Ia
some way the girl's mother learned of
the marriage of her daughter, and not
knowing tho name of her husband, came
to Schobarle County. Tho mother's
paramour bad died, leaving her penni
less, and she sought a homo with tho
When she appeared upon tho scene and
found her husband and daughter living
together as husband and wila aud the
happy parents ot & child, sbo realized
that all tho wrong originated with her
own mlsdolug and withdrew from tbo
scene, aud last Saturday took a train
from here for tho West. The story as
related hero Is told by the motbor.
AKEVX TiJEY 1'ltKMATUHE I
A Movement Calculated to Produce
Serloua Trouble in Chicago.
Chicago, III., October 18. In com
menting upon tbe supervision ot the polls
In this city on election day and tbo ap
pointing of Deputy United States Mar
shals and Deputy Sheriffs, tho Times this
morning prints tho following: Tbe
Democrats, that is to say, lOOot them, or
ganized yesterday what they are pleased
to style a vlgl.anco committee. It Is
composed of determined men who aro
resolved that no Intimidation or violence
shall rule at the Chicago polls, at least
that there shall bo none dono by Republi
cans, and tbelr orders are to provoke
no fight themselves nor to Indulge
in any. as long as tbe contest Is merely
wordy,' but if any bulldozing Is at
tempted ty necro or other Deputy
Marshals to resist it, and if any Demo
crat is shot to see to it thut tbo
shooter at once suffers tho same fate.
So tbo matter stands, and it tbo feeling
keeps growing In intensity, there will be
some trouble in Chicago on election day.
AN UNEXPECTED VISITOK.
A Night Watebmin Interfere With the
Plans of Burglars,
Macon, Mo., October 18. This morn
ing about three o'clock borglars forced
the back door of E. J. Demetor's hard
ware store and took about 165 pocket
knives, some revolvers and a small sum
of money. They next went to the cloth
ing storo of I. C. Stephons, forced open
tbo shutters and a window In the roar
of tho building, entered and wero
In tho act of appropriating a quan
tity ot clothing and other goods when
they wero interrupted by night Policeman
Robert Davis, who appeared on tbo
scene, Ho advanced into tho store and
attempted to arrest them, when they
threw a chair through tho window, fol
lowed after It aud ocaped. Several shots
were tlrod after them, but nono took of-
The Wabash Bridge at Alton.
Alton, III., October 18. A party of
Wabash surveyors have reached hero and
are making a survey for the location of a
Wabash brldgo at this point. Tho sur
vey luy near tho head of Bayless Island.
Tho engtucor stated that tho Wabash
company hud determined to build a brldgo
over tho Mississippi s mcwhere near St.
Louis to accommodate frelirht traffic.
Ho stated that It mlaht be built at Alton
orfuither down. It built hero It will bo
opposite tho extension of the road either
from E.lwardHvllleor Jerseyvlllolnto this
city. Tho torralnal point of tho link is
to be at St. Charles.
Mysterious Conduot of a Dotrollva.
Chattanooga, Tfnn., October 18.
Tom Zowolt, on Indlauapolli dotectlvo
Thurs ay afternoon arrested a man named
Hugh Austin, about ten mllos from
this placo, That night he boarded tho
Nashville Express with his prisoner,
but alter riding somo miles suddenly
left tho train, taklnir Austin with him.
He took his prlsonor Into a mountain
goruo noar by, and, alter handcuffing and
shackling him, left hltn there and re
turned to this city. Zowolt savs Austin
committed a terrible murder to conceal
a heavy embezzlement, of which ho had
been guilty In an Indiana village In 1875,
but reiuso 1 to name tho placo or persons
Interested. Ho suys bo has been tracing
his man for monthi, but refuses to say
wny or wnoie bo left Austin,
A Train Robbrr Who Wanted to Cur
tail His Term.
Atciiihon, Kas., October 18,-DIII Mor
ris, tho notorious train robber, and an
nssoclato ot Polk Wells, wasconvlctod at
Oskalooja, Kas., yesterday, of robbing
tho store of McCarthy A Payson, of Nor
tonvlllo, Jefferson County, on the nlghl
of May 80, 1881, and wm promptly sen
tenced by tho court to twonty-one year1
Imprisonment at hard lalor lu the
Penitentiary at Leaveaworlh. A few
mloutos after the sentence had been pro
uoonced. and while the Shorlff was get.
ting roadyto take bis prisoner to Leanm.
worth, Morris attempted suicide by cutt
ting an artery of the am, A phystdoq
awruiy innrmnsaejr'ysjB syssaawM
BA8K 11 ALL, Hit U VITUS'.
Score of Games Playd on Friday,
New York. Metropolians, 9; Now
Yorks, 8. Game called at the end of the
sixth Inning ou account of darkness.
Brighton Beaoh Baoes.
New Yoiik, October 17. There was a
largo atton anco at tbo Brighton Beach
races yesterdav. Tho programme was a
good one, and the track was In hno con
dition: First Race Consolation purse; three
fourths mile: Valparaiso, first; Forlorn,
second; Eva S., third. Time, 1:19. Mu
tuals 9 151.25.
Second Race Consolation purse;
three-fourths mile: Torpedo, first; Green
land, second; Giro flu, third. Time, 1:18
1-4. Mutuals 812.25.
Third Kace Selilug purse; ono and
one-eighth miles: Harriet, first; Bliz
zard, second; Tony Foster, third. Time,
2:00 1-2. Mutuals paid 87.75.
Fourth Race Handicap; one and one
eighth ii lies: Delilah, first; Miss Brew
ster, second; Llgan, third, lime, 1:59
1-2. Mutuals paid 913.50.
Fifth Race All ages; welter weights;
one and one-fourth miles: Corsair, first;
Auiericus, second; Bouncer, third. Time,
2:21. Mu uals, 911.50.
Will Back Pete McCoy.
BiuuGKPoitT, Con.v., October 18. Mr.
Frank Moran, of this city, offers to wager
95,000 that leto McCoy, his partner In
business, can whip Domltricfc McCaffrey
with bare knuckes (London prize-ring
rules) ; the fight to take place la Butte
City, Mont., or New Mexico. Mr. Morau
is ready to put up 91,000 for It.
Tb.9 Qaudaur-Teemer SeuUinar Mateh.
St. Louis, Mo., October 18. Nevor In
tho history of local aquatic sports has
tbero been tbe samo amount of Interest
demonstrated as there is In tho sculling
match between Jacob Gaudaur, of St.
Louis, and John Teemer, of McKecsport,
and If the weather Is fine tnid pleasant
ou the 2Cth instant tho largest crowd ever
gathered at Creve-Cocur Lake will
bo present. It is- to be boped
that from tbe experience gained
at the Gaudaur-IIosmer race the rail
road officials wilt make ample provision
for all comers and give tbe public a good
chance to enjoy a fluo sculling match
without tho Inconveniences generally ex
perienced. Tcemer's arrival Is a matter
which may be dally expected, and ho will
at once go in training at tho lake upon
his arrival. Ho is In tine form, and needs
to be, as his sturdy opponent vr 11 uso to
full advantage the five second j start g'iveu
In regard to Gaudaur public confidence
has grown iu him wonderfully since he
beat Ilosmer, and the betting ou the af
fair ot tbe 3Ctn lust, is at nearly even
figures a slight difference perhaps lu
Teemer's favor-. As tho latter will un
doubtedly be matched shortly against
netware; iianian this is a natural condl
tlon. In regard to Jacob Gaudaur. how.
ever, it may bo said that his standing has
only been gained by bard and plucky
work. He has conquered success in tho
face of .discouraging prodictlone from
tho Eastern press, who, while they are
never slow In boosting up any new
"wonder" or "phenomenon" from their
own section, are tardy and negligent In
awarding the barest justice to a Western
man. Suffice ttto say that If the water
Is smooth and tbe men sustain
their present excellent condition one
of the grsatest and hardest races
ever rowed wl;l take place to-morrow
week at Creve Cconr Lake. Tho
race, In viow ot tho fo.lowlng from tho
London Sportsman, wtll be doubly inter
esting. Commenting upon the Teemer
Ross race at Point of Pines, tbe London
Uportsvian says: "It will be remembered
that Ross was beaten by Teemer in the
very samo week that llanlau suc
cumbed to Beach In Australia. Smart
ing under his reverse, the Canadian at
onco made another match, but having in
tho meanwhile signed articles for a
third encounter with Teemer, In which
ho conceded five seconds' start tbo New
Brunswick man forfeited for tbo second
eug gement. We learn that Teemer now
feels doubly coulldcnt of his ability to
vanquish Hanlan, and we are glad to say
there Is great probability ot sufficient in
ducements being offered to the men to
persuado them to row in England, either
on tho Thames or Tyno."
It is certain that tbo Tecmer-liaulan
raco will bo ono of tbo early events next
year, and no race on record will equal It
Iu Importance and Interest. There will,
therefore, bo a universal doslre to seethe
best competitor Edward Hanlan has ever
Nbw York, October 18. The Tribune
rays an Important alliance has been
made betweou tbe Cblcigo, Burlington
& Qiiincy and the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fo, which results iu tbo practical
opening of a new lino between Chicago
and Sun FrancNco is competition with
the Southern Pacific an i Union Pacific,
A NuW Hot Spring.
Washington, D. C, Octobor 18. Tho
annual report of tbo Superintendent of
the Hot Springs, Ark., to tho Secretary
ol tbo Iutorlor, - tates that a ucw spring,
with a temperaturo ot 1C0 degree", or
throe degrees higher thau any other
kuowu, has been discovered on the reser
vation. It la again asserted that tho
water ot those sprlug is a spectilo for
alcoholism and diseases resulting . from
tho excessive uso ot tobacco and opium.
Uotlonal Dos; Snow.
PuiUDBtnau, Pa., October 18 The
attendance at tbe National Breeders'
Dog Show was qtrite large yosterdar and
with 854 dogs on tho beaches, of every
description, there was much to look at
and appreoiftte. Tbe tot inctoded St.
Bernards, bull dogs, fox terriers, setters,
pointers, greyhonnds, pugs, spaniels,
and others ol aH classes. The show wtll
CrarlkbTok, W. Va., October 18.
Quite a largnsMunbsr ot people from the
oemtryeane to the city to-day to wit
ness tba bangfag ef Spurioat, but as his
aen'smoa wan eornuaUd aad he Is In Us
Pssrhecttary, tit vaattem were . rtrs
WstotajL Ifrni hdisassjesn
This Dowrier never vnrk1. A murval of nurttr.
strength and whnlesomencKi .Vore economical
than ordinary klndc and cannot be aold in com
petition with the mnltitudu of low tent, abort
weight, alum o I hoenhate Dowclcr. Sold only
la can. ItOVAL HAKINCl I'OWDt'R CO.,
we waiistieet, ow Yor.
(JAIIM) OPEJIA HOUSE.
The Greatest of nil Spectacular and Kealtetlc
Moio-urtimue, t e
Embraclrg tho large t Dramatic Company and
moro nurtfuim sce"-y man auy otner
GO People in tho Company!
2 Kntivo Carloads b'eenery
Tno rouowing realistic ltte picture:.
CHAIGSXEST BY MOONLIGHT,
LITTLE QUEER STREKT, London,
THE WRECK OF THE SARATOGA,
HAM I'TON RACE COURSE,
A Drama depleting the Human Tasnion of
tf Roferved mat for salo without extra charge
at K. Dialer' jewelry storo.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24.
40-ALL BLACKS 40
Hyer Sisters, Mcintosh.
i i a "
in a Now Program me.
rf.ilm(i'iIon Rl and T.v- nulla.. o- tj..
errdrat at Under'. ' t '
J. M, McNAMAR.V, Duolnui Alanngor.
W. 6. CABT,
aluav on band.
Hearse in readi
ngs when called
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Load or la
Made to Order. .
8th St.,bot. Ohio Lvoo A Commnrclal Are.
OA mo. - i li
Kepalrlug: neatly done at short notice.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I would re.pectfully anoottneo tothoclilaBior
Cairo that I bnv pfiit and a.it carrrloi en a
Srotcla. laand-Tla th roar of Winter Block,
onSovunth irol, whrlin proparod to do all
kind of work lu my lluu in a uiilr and work
maihltylt. dofyliw competition and at reaaea
ai'lc figure. Ah woik suarauiavd, and prompt
K. n.-Kntranca to laundry, throngs tntWt
ntrtnes to W inter' Ulock. ti-in
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