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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, . 188k
II . M
IN THE PASTRY
TaMlla, Lemon, Oraage, ate., aavor rakes,
CrcanM,luddlu(., Ac, a delicately and out
rally aa Ibe Trull n ow which tbey are mude.
fOU STRENGTH AXI TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR TIIEY STAND ALONE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, l-.J. st. Louis, Mo.
br. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's I.upulln Voast Gems,
llr.t Itry Hup Yeaat.
bale et ' gi50c2krs.
we hake hut oki quality.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
also carries tnelargest and best eelected ttjck ol
. ever brought to the city. Price, ranging from the
lot est iur a cheep stove op to the closest figure
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builder.' Hardware, and a complete assortment of
Tinware, Oranileware, Earthenware and a general
Una of Ilooee Furnishing Uoods, Lamps, Fixture,
etc. Call and tiamlnn before purchasing.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. til.
Goldstine & Itosenwater
130 &138 Com'l Ave.
bare a full and complete line of
Lint u Good, Duster:), Motions, Etc.
A be try Hock ot Body Brussels, Taper
tries aud I curat n
A full Dork ol Oil Clo'bs, ail it-. and price.
All UocmIi nt Hottom Priost
Maunfacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Coiu'l Ave. ud Levee.
CIIOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Of AMCNITION.
Safe Hesalred. All Hindu ol Koyi Mnd.
Manufacturer aud Dcalor In
8beboygaii Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS OK HANI).
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tho Largsst Variety Sleek
IN THK CITY.
GOODS 80 LI) ERYGLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
'cof.Mnetstnth street I. ' napn 111
Commercial Avenuef vttUO, IU
Sudden Bursting of a Coffer-Dan
In the Village of Ansonla,
Mad Bush of the Waters From a Two
Hundred-Acre Reservoir Alarm and
Flight of the Inhabitants.
A Mother's Frantic Efforts to Save Ha
Three Childien The Daby
Nkw Haven, Conn., October 21. Last
Dlxht about 8:30 o'clock tbo Inhabitant!
of the lower part of the village of An
sooia were placed la great fright. The
dam supplying the Anaoula Brass aud
Copper Company has for the past thre
weeks been under repairs. To do this
It was necessary to build a coffer dam.
Suddealyand without warning, the latter
burst la the center, and about twenty
feet of It was washed away. The large
reservoir, containing nearly 200 acres ol
water, gave way and rushed with fearful
Impetus down the channel
Ibe alarm spread aud families occu
pying the tenements to the number ol
nearly 100, escaped to higher ground,
leaving their dwellings to tho mercy ol
the rush nf? torrent. So far as learned
no lives were lost; but the damage to the
building wlit prove extensive, as scores
of them were submerged.
Akaoxia, Cox.., Oc'obcr 20. The
damage caused by the breaking away ol
the canal bank last evening In the rear ol
the old Colbara mill was not as serious
as at first supposed. The streets were
torn up and a good many cellars were
ftVded, but a few hundred dollars will
cover all losses. Tho saddest thing in
connection with the affair Is the loss of a
child of John Bollock, which uilght have
beou averted but for the exeiuraeut of
the moment. Bullock, with Lis wife aud
tbre children, aged live, three and two
years, reside lu a house occupied. by a
man named Brasslll, who is employed
In a chaudelier shop aud Is over from
Lnglmd only three months. At the time
the water w.s rushing down liullock
was absent from home. A man ran
to the house teLlug them to get out for
their Uvea. The poor woman became al
most frantic By superhuman effort she
grappled her three children la her arms
and ruihed out, ouly to be confronted
with darkness and waUr several
feet deep rolling down in large
waves. Not knowing the locality
very well she became bcwlMered.
A young man named ThotnasaO'Brloo,
hearing her screams for help, ran to her
assistance, although up to his waist la
water and liable to be swept away. The
two oldest children were clinging to the
woman's shoulders, while the babe was
held by ber arm on her breast The
moment O'Brien reached her, she in
stinctively stretched out both hands,
saying, "Save me." Tho baf;e
ffll Into tha water, and in
an Instant was lost to sight. Neither she
nor ber rescuer could mako any effort to
save the Infant, as no time could txj lost.
She was exhausted, and but for the
promptness of O'Brien all must have
been I.njL The damage will fall on tho
Ansonla Brass and Copper Company, as
It Is said that it was through neglect on
tbelr part that the acclieut happened,
therefore nuking them liable.
TIIB WAlt IX KATES.
An Interesting Via-ut, Which ia Yet In
St. Loots, Mo., Octoboc 21. K. K.
rosey, Depot Passenger Agent of tho
Wabash, returned from Chicago this
inorulng where he has been for the past
few days. There Is a regular whirl ot
excitement among tho railroads In Chica
go, Mr. Posey says, and thcro Is no tell
ing where it will end. In a quiet way it
owned out that the Wabash wad selling
tickets to Kansas City at very reduced
rates and this was the key-note
for the rival roads, the Chicago, Bur
lington & Qulncy and the Chicago & Al
ton, to fail a few dollars and pick up a
few ot the travelers woo were desirous
of going West at l per head. When
tha "cutting" became a notorious fact,
rates, as a railroad man put It, went to
the devil, and rebate tickets for $1
were so d by all three roads to Kansas
City, Leavenworth, Atchison and Council
Bluffs and to Omaha for 91.50. The feeling
amongst the roads In St. Louis is lu
that uncertain stage when a breath of
wind will demoralize everything. The
sen per will furnish tickets to Kansas
City for $5; that is, tho aigns, In twelve
Inch letters, are to that effect, but if you
are not a "tucker" you can purchase ono
for much teas money. As the war Is only
as yet In lis Inclptency, lively times aro
anticipated, and before the week Is out
it Is possible thai tickets will bo sold
to points wost at prices never known bo
fore, KE VERSING TUB HULK.
One Dream Which Did Not Go by Con
trartoa, Coxkbllsviixk, Pa., October 21,
This morning the dead body of Jacob
Kllnk was found in tho mountains about
five miles up 'tho Youghlogheny Klvor
from this place, under peculiar circum
stances. Lat Thursday Rice Orbln, a
youug man living at Bradford, near hero,
was out banting In the locality Indicated.
Thtfl morning he said ho had dreamed of
having shot a mau whllo out hunting,
lie described hbj victim vividly, and
seemed Impressed with the vision. Ills
parents laughed at the story, but Orbln
caoio to town, and accompanied by a
friend went to the spot where he had
fired his last charge at a squirrel, and
SS0 yards further up the mount da they
found the body of Kllnk, lying face down
ward among the leaves. Oblu's story Is
received with aooie degree of Incredulity,
tho Kouorar- opinion being that ho shot
KKok acctdsoUtty aad was afraid to con
teas. Both men bore good reputations.
Hew York Otty Democrats.
Maw Yonir, October 21. At the Con
(erence ot thi Cowmlttoo of tho County
Democracy r.d the committees ot tho
other organisations tho following
aaanty ticket was agrocd upon and
will bo submitted to . the County
Democracy Convention, to be
held this aXternom : Mayor, William B.
Qraccj Otaptrooer, Herman OetBtoUf
pmMrat of tteUoar ot Aldermen, B,
B. Moouey; District Attorner, Randolph
B. Martini) Coroner, General Frans
Nigel j Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas, Henry Wlldo Alden, K. Kllory, An.
derson and Wm. A. Boyd. It la rumored
that Alderman Grant, tho Tammany nom
inee for Mayor, will withdraw In favor ol
1'ItOTJJCTIOX IX LOUISIANA.
Th3 Viw Issue Upon Which Its Parties
Nkw Orleans, La., October 21. Tho
Democratic canvass in the third Congres
sional District Is the most earnest ever
soon In this State. Tho District has been
strongly KepubJkcau, 'the majority in
1882 being 9,053. Gay, the Democratic
candidate Is a wealthy sugar planter,
formerly classed as a llepub loan, run
niug wholly on the protection plat
form. It elected he will act with tho
Democrats, except when the antl4ariff
legislation is attempted, when he m7 be
expected to bolt, and attompt to form a
new party opposed to the Republicans
and free trade Democrats. The Kepnbll
cans have weakened the caase by select
ing as a candidate Kellogg, who is un
popular with a large class. The contest
arouses great Interest. Gay bold three
meeting In Thlbodcaujc yesterday. One
for Gay and Blaine, which were among
the largest ever seen In southwest Lou
isiana. The old system of barbecue bos
been re-established. Tho negroes of tho
district devouring beef, mutton and hogs
bythedoxen. The triumph of Gay would
undoubtedly slreogtliou tho protection
ists in Louisiana.
Blaine's Illlaels Prog-ramm.
Bloomwotox, III., October 21. Tho
rep rt that Blaine has canceled his Illi
nois engagements is untrue. He will ar
rive In Springfield on the iUh lost., and
on the following day will letve for
Bloomlngton, whore he will speak, stoop
ing at Lincoln, Pontiac and other places.
Senator David Davis, who is President
of the day at the great r lly here, will
go to Springfield with other politicians
and escort him to Bloomlngton. ,
Brif hton Beaoh Baoes.
Nkw Yokk, October 21. Tha five races
at Brighton Beach yesterday attracted a
lare number of the sporting fratenlty,
aud the events were well contested.
First H:ice Two-year-old; three
quarters mile: Bonnie Lee, first; Con
tessa, second; Miss Daly, third. Time,
1:19 1-2. Matuais paid, 923.60.
Second Race Selling allowances;
seven-eighths mile; Wanderiug, first;
Islettc, second; Harriet, third. Time,
1:30 3-4. Mutuals paid, $10.05.
Third Rice All ages: one mile: Lit
tle Fred, first; Ituyal Arch, second;
Llgan, third. Time, 1. 45. Mutualspald,
Fourth Race For beaten horses;
seven-eighths mile: Greenland,' first;
Strathspey, second; Kicador, third.
Time, l:3i 1-2. Mutuals paid, 964.45.
Fifth Race Welter weights; Steeple
chase over the short course; Odotte,
first; Retort, second; Krupp Gun,
third. Time, 2:45. Mutuals paid,
Doellaos to Affirm.
Wasuingto.v, D. C, October 21.
State Department officers docllae to affirm
the statement;that the offer of five mil
lion francs to the French Government
was made by the Chinese Government
through the United States Government
and decilnod. Although the Department
regards this as a diplomatic secret and
declines officially to make it pa Ho, it is
understood that there Is no doubt about
Secretary Prollngiiuysen denies that he
has expressed surprise at the course pur
sued by France.
Paymaster General Rochester, In his
annual report, commends the present
sy-tem of Government Depositories, and
urges more rigid economy and larger ap
propriations lu the matter of mileage for
officers. Tho report deprecates the neg
lect to enforce the laws against the du
plication of pay accounts.
Depositors Becoming Anxious.
Locki'out, October 21. Tho Lock-
kport Banking Association failure still
continues the absorbing topic of conver
sation here. Doubts arc now freely ex
pressed of the firm's ability to pay lu full,
although the cashier this morning roltor
a ted the statement that they would certain
ly pay every cent of dcposits.JA story pub
lished that Storres, tho paying teller had
disappeared, is erroneous, lie went to
New York tj endeavor to raise funds on
securities for the Bauk. Ho returned
home last night without being very suc
cessful. As the firm w-11 make an assignment,
the real condition of the bank's affairs
will soon be made public. The busluess
of the Arm will, lu all eveuts, be cleared
up and the firm dissolved. Depositors
aro considerably more anxious than they
The Oirtaaif. Fire.
Caktuaok, N. Y., October 21. A
trip through tho burned district re
veals such a sight as Is seldom wit
nessed. With but very few exceptions
there aro no walls standiug, Tho
winter's sapply of coal Is all on flro,
Tho burned territory Is one mile In
length, and a third of a mile In width.
Tho north side of Mechanic street Is
burned, but the south side escaped tho
tire, which was stopped at thol'.osbyto
riau Church, being the last houo on Me
chanic street to go. Every building on
Chureh street below State Is burned.
The lire stopped at tho corner of Church
and Stato street. The Catholic Church
thcro is unharmed.
The Pullman's Ahead.
Nasuvulh, Tkk., October 21. Judgo
Stanley Matthews' opinion la tho csso
of the State against the Pullman Palaco
Car Company, brought to compel tho
compaay to pay a privilege tax on Its
cars, was aunosnoed lu the Federal
Court yosUrday. Tho Court holds that
such tax can be eotlcsed only on cars
run ejruhMtveljr In the State, and not on
those eutmlwg through tho Mate.
HubtMkiuVs Claim Out Dawn.
S Jofliwit, Mo, October 21. Ia tha
case of II aboard, the Advertising Agent
of Mew Haven, Ootm., against tha Rich
mond Medical Ownpaajr of this orty,
tha trial ol which lasted over two
weeks, ttu fvJsiwe ren4sd his ekcts
km yeataatdkr. Uak? claim was
IttjIML rt be wm sAmNtd fuxO.,
TO?' ba aroW. oMttafesj
ftfci i-awetra imtiA fVancWarrt,
THE WRONG COACH,
The Embarrassing; Mistake) of I
Band of Montana Eoad
A Band of Counterfeiters Captured With i
Lot of the Queer, Molds, Fat
terns and Dies.
Arrest of a Murdered Man's Widow
Wannamaker's Forgeries Changed
Places With a Turnkey.
Helena, Mont., October 21. The
coach which left hero yesterday foi
Boulder, forty miles south, was stopped
by five armed men at the top of the
Boulder Range. On board were Chief
Justice D. S. Wade, District Attorney J.
A. Johnston, E. V. Tolle, W. D. Cullen,
Judge Chumawro, T. H. Carter, Rev. L.
T, Wood aud Sheriff Camerou of Meaghro
County. As soon as tho robbers ordered
a halt, Sheriff Camerou and several other
members of the party opened tire, which
tho desperadoes returned. Charlie War
Held, ouo of tho robbers, was shot
uead, and tho others retreated and took
to the mountains. No one lu the coach
was hart. Sheriff Cameron received a
shot tnrough bis coat. It is believed tho
attacking party wanted to rescue Nelll
Murphy, a road agent, now under arrest,
who was supposed to bo on the coach en
route to Bou der, for trial. Murphy,
however, was left In jail at Helena. This
afternoon two posses of five well armed
men left for Beaver Creek, where they
expect to Intercept the desperadoes.
Oujcteif alters CUoarfct.
Daitok, O., O-tober 21. For several
months past counterfeit silver cola has at
occasloual Intervals made its appearance
la and about Troy and Piqua, Miami
Couuty. The Intervals were of sufficient
recurrence to cause suspicion that either
the counterfeiters or circulators of the
coin belonged In tho neighborhood of oue
of the two places. Tho Government au
thorities put agents to work to locate and
detect the guilty parties. This euded In
the discovery an l arrest of a gang of
counterfeiters. The officers caught them
in the act of making tho coin. Tho ar
rest was made lato Sunday night at a
dwelling house two miles south of Troy.
Four men were arrested, giving their
names as John Uyrc, Jack Mack, Hope
Key and George Clark. Two ot them
live at Tippecanoe. The officers secured
a shot-bag full ot counterfeit silver coin
hnd some inoids, patterns and dies. The
men were taken to tho Troy Jail, and
wlll'tiavo a hearing before a United
States Commissioner to-day.
Arrest of a Murdered Man's Wife.
Marshall, Tex., October 21. Tho
Sheriff returned Sunday night from tho
Henry plantation, having In custody Mrs.
W. M. Henry, widow of the late Captain
Henry, murdered In November last. An
thony Walker, the negro, still insists that
.Mrs. Henry bribed him to kill her hus
band. The widow was greatly startled
When the Sheriff read the warrant and
fell In a swoon. Ou- recovering she vehe
ment y doulcd all complicity lu her hus
band's murder. Since her lncarceratiou In
the County Jail she has positively refused
to talk upou tho subject.
Yocnostown, O., October 21. Sam
uel Wannamaker, the farmer forger, was
brought Into court from tho hospital
on a stretcher yesterday afternoon, being
too weak to sit or stand, and at his own
request pleaded guilty to twenty-five In
dictments, each charging him with for
gery, it is understood that tbo prisoner
will be given ono year on each Indict
ment, but It Is doubtful It he lives long
enough to reach tho Pcnlutcutlary. Tho
amount ot his forgeries will reach nearly
Piunired Down a Hill.
llAGERSTowy, Lnd., October 21. As
an old gentleman named Shlolds, from
Wells County, accompanied by bis wife,
their grown daughter, a granddaughter
fourteen years old, and a sou of Mr.
Hunt, whoso family they were visiting,
was driving in a carriago to a Friends'
meeting at Daltou the horses plunged
Uown a steep hill, aud Shields was la
stautly killed. Mrs. Shields was cut
across tha face and received other in
juries, which may provo fatal. Miss
Shields' ribs were torn from her breast
boue, aud young Hunt's leg was broken
and his thigh dislocated, Tho grand
daughter escaped unhurt.
Turns the Tables on the Turnkey.
Kalamazoo, Mich., October 20. As
the turnkey went l'uto the jail last night
with supper for tho prisoners, Thomas
Ramp aud James Waldrou, awaiting trial,
havlug forced open an unused door and
concealed themselves lu the lnnor cjr
rldor, closed tho doors on hi in, and ran
away through tho Sheriffs empty office.
WOUKINO A NEW ItACKET.
Plaolnir Obstructions on the Track in
Hopes of Reward for "Finding-"
Bosro.v, Mass , October 21. A dis
patch from Albauy states that Henry A.
Hogoboom, tho farm hand who otalnisto
have discovered tho obstruction on tho
track which wrecked tho Boston A Al
bauy train at Klnderhook, Friday
uliiht, has been arrested on snap-don.
The theory Is bold that the act was
committed not with malicious Intent, but
la tho hope of flagging the train, when
be Intended to aoqualut the iwssengers
with tho fact that ho had saved tbelr
lives In the expectation that he would bo
handsomely remunerated for "gallantry."
Experiments show that the man could
place tbo rails across the track and re
move them inside of ton minutes.
. WANTKD llM WIJTICS MOJilCT,
And Adopted ExtrsxxrdliHtry Keeuk to
Ciaunraaii, O.,' October 21, Mm. L.
L IbspAsJev of Meridian, Miss., hi at Ida
wibson Hoom lu tola city, accompanied
y bar danghte, ftltaea yean of ana,
ffhotn aha had taken out of a private
ay lom at Oxford, this State, an a wrft
t habeas corpus. She is nty wealthy
ketwm titpL Bar koatwtw, aa
ffaafctar iiwamwsB)l . t awafajMa
press In Meridian at a coat of 80,
000. Mrs. Rigsdaio claims that her
hnsbaud Is anxious to obtain possession
of all her fortune, and to that end en
deavorod to lock her and ber daughter
up as Insane poople. She states that he
started with Ithe daughter, ostensibly to
place bor in school at Staunton, Va., but
Instead of thai, took bor to Oxford, this
Stato, and placed her In a private asylum.
Mrs. Ragadalo had left ber husband, she
states, after overhearing a conversation
he had with a lawyer, from which she
gathered that he was conspiring to im
prison her. It was during her absence
that the daughter was taken away from
WITH INTlS-VT TO KILL.
Deadly Assault on a Fellow-FsUtlolan.
Readi.no, Pa., October 21. A cutting
affray, arising out of a political discus
sion betweeu two Republicans ono of
whom, named Branch, was considerably
tie worse for liquor, occurred at an up
town hotel early this morning. Long,
with whom Brauch was talking, used
soma lusuitiog epithet and a sculU-j en
sued. The landlord vainly endeavored to
separate iho combatants, until it was no
ticed that Loug was bleeding freely, and
that his opponent held a knlfu in his
hand. Long was cut over the forehead,
there was a large gash lu his rlghtctuek,
and another which severed the lip and
chin to the bone, and a cut over the wrist
wldoh severed tho arteries. His condi
tion Is critical, and It Is said be can not
live. Branch was arrested on a chargo
of assault aud battery with Intent to
1WO MLV KXLLSU.
Terrible Effsot of tfae Explosion of a
C&ookstqn, Missr., October 20. A ter
rible accident occurred yesterday on the
Leech farm, near Red Lake, Beltramls
County, about thirty-Are miles from here,
by which five men were Instantly killed
aad a boy badly wounded. Tho gang
were working a threshing machine, when
the boiler exploded. The dead are:
Thos. E vender, Engineer; Christ. Lar
soui Henry Johnson, John Llngewood
and John Smith. The four latter were
Chicago, III., October 21. William
Jordan, w atchman at tho Oak wood
Cemetery, was found dead In the
cemetery chapel from a bullet wound
lu bis bead this morning. 1 he suppo
sition Is that tue death was accidental
from a rev Ivor dropping out of his
pocket and being discharged.
Ktmanded to Jail.
Milwaukee, Wis., October 21. David
J., son of tho lato Senator Clark, was ar
raigned in the United States District
Court this morning, and pleaded not
guilty to the charge of counterfeiting,
lu default of $2,000, he was remanded to
jail to await trial at tho coming January
For Bobbins; Ii6tters.
Cleveland, O., October 21. James M.
Folger, Postmaster at Mantua Station,
was arrested to-day on a capias under an
Indictment for embezzling 91,000 in pos
tai money orders. Us gave ball.
Killed In a Street Flg-hc.
Wayland, Mb., October 21. Richard
Heuuessy, a well known citizen of this
place, was cut to death yesterday la a
street ngnt ny a maa named Kuble. The
latter was arrested, aad it is thought he
will be lynched.
Fatal Besult of a Praetloal Xoks.
Nashville, Thus., October 21. A
negro bor whllo out hunting instantly
killed two little negro girls near Nolens,
vllle Sunday night. Tbo' girls attempt
ed to scare the boy by falling upon their
Knees ana giving vent to all sorts of ou
earthly noises. The boy became fright
cued and asked who was there. The
only response he got was groans by the
gins, wuou no immediately shot them.
A Mysterious Murder.
Di-ck Hill, Miss., October 21. Dr.
SomervUle, of this place, has been mys
terious ymlsslng for soveral days. Foul
pliy being suspected, a party instituted
a search, and his remains were found lu
a pond with his hands tied behiud him
aud his head beaten to a pulp. Tho body
had b. en sunk by a rock. Thoro Is no
clue to the murderers.
The Congo Conference.
Washington, D. C, October 21. Tho
Secretary of State has designated Kassou,
United States Minister to Germany, as
representative on the part of the United
States nt the Congo Conference to be hold
Considered a Oraak.
Alimny, N. Y., October 21. Samuel
Boone, Governor Cleveland's assailant,
In an lutervlow to-day, says ho is a mem
ber of a Catholic family and a thorough
Prohibitionist. Justice Guttmann, to
dsy appointed Drs. Vandorvoer aud
O'Leary loexamlue Boone as to his
Importing Waste Paper.
Washington, D. C, October 2d. Tho
Marluo Hospital Bureau Is Informed that
the papor manufacturers are now ship
ping waste paper from England. The
British skis Louis Walsh aud the steam
ers Stockholm City and Lydlan Monarch
each brought a large cargo on their lust
trip. There Is no opposition or objec
tion to the lauding ou A norican shores
of waste paper from aoa-infvcted ports.
The BlalntoSsatiael L&el Bait.
iKMAwAroua, lab, Oatober 21. In
tho United States Orart yctrdsy morn
lug tiro libel cava of Blaine vs. the In
diaaapatls oWi'sof was stt tar trial De
cember iid. The defendant's attorneys
had a Mbpowia issued for Blatno to
serve on bin to-day. 11m agreemcutbo
tweon tbo attorneys was that all writs1
and aabpojMM should bo served ou
Wuaauaa, W. Va., October 31. A
loch-oat Is) bow lu progreaa tn tha Bel
mout, LaiM'U and tha Lop mills of this
elty, sad tha Deaawood aitla of Oaawood.
The troobia, brWfly maiavd op, la, tho
naUoaa sates to raaama work agara if
the artaaafactofera do act agree to pay
for tha reakaf4 thaoashres. Hereto
Um tin asttisa h e fasti fw tha hrsaft-
This powder never varle. A marvel of parity,
itronKto and wholesomeoet. More economical
than ordinary kludn. and cannot be aold in com
petition with the multliudo of low test, short
weight, alum o I hoeplmte powilrrs. gold only
la cans. ItuYAL BAKlSu I'oW'DHt CO.,
100 W'ailStieet, New York.
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One NieUt Only.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24.
Hyer Sisters, Mcintosh,
UrT-AdmlHBien Ri and 75c; gallery 21c. Re
Served seats at Uuder'e.
J. M. MuNAMAU.V, Business Manager,
CAIRO OPEKA HOUSE.
One Night 'Only lJosritively .
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27.
Return ol Everybody's Uttle Favorite. The Charm
lux, Petite Commudlcnne,
supported by the Talented Comedian,
and a Superb Company, lu the Komantlo
The New Dewdrop "
an Idyl of the Coast of Wales,
frAdralsslon, 50 and TJ cent. Gallery, SS
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No. 12 Cth St., Cairo, III
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Grand Central Store.
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