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CAIRO, ILL,, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 188l7
IN THE PASTRY
Vanllla.lmon,Orant', ctr., flavor Cakn,
vreaa.Iuuilnir,t-c.,iii drllruiely and nut
rally iu the Trull from which thry arc made.
FOU STKENUTH AND TRUE FK11T
FLAVOii THEY STAND ALONE.
Price flaking Powder Co.,
Chicago, til. 8t. Loui, Mo,
Dr.Prlca's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lnpiilin Yeast Gems,
Ue,l ry Hop Ym.t.
rCO BALI; 23 "Z GXJOCEXJO.
WB MAKE UUT USE QUALITY.
!. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ag-entfoi the Celebrated
also carries the largest ind beat selected stock ot
ever brought totha cltr. Prlcet ranging from the
loveat lor t cheap Hove op to the closest fl,jurca
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Bulldara' lUrdware, and t complete assortment of
Tinware, lirantlcware, Earthenware and n-Der
Ho of Home Purntublni; Goods, Lamps, Fixture,
etc. Call and examlm. before puria.;ne.
Corner t jib and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. IS.
Goldstine & Itosenwater
130 & 138 Com'l Ave.
hare a full and complete lis of
Lint-ii Goods, Blisters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ol Body Brussels, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'bs, all sites acd price.
All Uoodf at Hottorn Pritwwl
J-f 35. INGE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In-"
8.h Street, botweon Cora'l Ave. nud Levoc.
CHOKE CORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KTNDS OP A.VU.NITION.
Nafea Hejalrod. AH Riml.ot Ken Mdn,
14 AA1 0 1
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs nod bolt lee, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KETA1L,
The Ui'yt v'arietT Stock
IN TIIW CITY.
GOODS SOLD V WRY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
fcor-.NInttaanthatraatt p!nrt ill
Oommarclal Arauoel VliUi2alli-
Young Lady Commits Sulcido
Upon Recoipt of a Dishon
Jim MoEutire, the Desperado, Eemanded
and Sent Back to Mexico lot Trial
A Mysterious Offense.
.A Mother's Crime and Suicide A Unique
Contest, Two Colored Deacons to
Pray For a Prize.
Pottsv.llk, Pa., October 25. MLa
Ella Hoed, living at Shenandoah, com
mitted suicide by hauglug herself, la the
attic of her mother's bouse last night.
The reason is assigned to be me an
choly brought on by an unfortunate
love affair. She about tlx months
ago bega i a correspondence with a
gentleman, uud a letter was found from
hlw which probabiy iuduced her to
co mailt sulciai;. It is detect Shenan
doah, aud white professlug for her the
MOST ARDENT LOVK,
the writer says h i would marry her If ho
could, but there are obstacles In the way;
besides, there is nothing la marriage.
"Wo can go away, ana who will know
that we are not what we seem? Now,
Indeed, I have tested your love for uie."
Ko such a person as Ira ik II. Iironson,
who signs the letter, Is known at Shenan
doah, and it Is probable that the letter
was dated Shenandoah to mislead the
recipient. Tbe affair has created great
excitement, aud it will go extremely nurd
with Brownsou should he bo found by
any inhabitant of that place.
McEntira to bj Taken Back to New
Hex. co for Trial.
Fort Worth, Tex , October 25. Jira
Mclintlre, the desperado, wanted In New
Mexico for thi Grasstettc murder, was
remanded by Judge Hood to-day to the
Texas rangers, who arretted him, and he
will be taken ba;k to Albuquerque for
trial. Nothing bis been heard of Jim
Courtrlght since his escape. John P.
Casey, Superintendent of the American
Valli-y Cuttle Company, aud General
John A. Logau's partner, wht was in
dicted for the murder blmseif, and Is
watting trial, has uffered $10,000 re
waid for tbe delivery of both Courtrigtit
and McEntlrein Albuqoerque, ns be hopes
to fasten the crime on tbem, Indian
Hank, tbe cow-b y, and tbe prlucipal
witness against Carey having been mys
teriously murdered lu tbe American Val
ley several months ago. Harry Rich
mond, chief of po.lce an Albuquerque,
who was sent here after Courtrigbt, Is
cbarg.-d by the citizens there wuh ac
cepting money to allow the prisoners to
escape, and has been discharged from the
A Mysterious Affiir.
New PniuDELpHi, 0., October 25.
Kerr Caddes, who was recently married
an J was here visiting friends on his wed
ding tour, was slttiug around tbe fire
with his sister and wife yesterday, and
everything seemed pleasant and har
monious, lits sister went into the
kitchen to get supper when a pistol shot
was heard, and upon entering the room
young Caddes was found with a bullet
hole in bis side, and in a dying coud tlon.
lie is still alive un 1 refuses positively to
give any exp.auatlou regarding the af
fair. A Mother's Cr mi.
Grafton, W. Va., October 25. A hor
rible tragedy occurred last night at West
Fork, Calhoun County. Mrs. Johuson,
who Is related to ex-Postmaster Johnson,
of this place, who created a sensation
three mouths ago by eloping with a
hanlsorne gin, leaving bis wife and fam
ily and defrauding the Government and
his neighbors out of (10,000, tnurdored
her two step-children and took her own
life with arsenic mixed with sugar of
lead. Tbe oldest child refused to tako
tbe poison and ran away.
A Fraying- Match.
Columbia, S. C, October 25. Orange
bnrg comes forward with tbe most
unique contest on record. Tired of baso
ball matches, swimming contests, foot
races, atlng tests, spelliug bees, walking
exhibitions, and other displays of the sort
two enterprising and pious colored den
cous aro about to engage lu a praying
contest. Brother Silas .Martin has long
beeu esteemed lor his skill, and bottom
In supplicating the throno of grace, and
Brother Jerry Means, has Unewlso been
held la high repute for his ability In tho
same direction. An animated dlsputo
has arisen as to the relative merits of tbo
two deacons, and tbo question is to be
settled by a practical test. A parse of
91,200 has been raised for hlm who shall
show tho most power, skill and endur
ance, and the match Is to be lu the pres
ence of an Imuienso camp meeting to
morrow. Tbe hostilities will begin
promptly after the preliminary collection
Is lilted. This novel exhibition of piety
nd of living power will bo wltnossed by
a throng of negroes.
lo'A ruouutiTiox law,
Jurisdiction of Justice Declared by the
DcniQUK, Ia., October 25. In tbo Su
premo Court tho first caso under tho
proscnt prohibition lnw was decided yes
terday. It was an appeal from tho Bur'
llngton District Court In tho caso of Al
bert Albertsoa vs. tho Sheriff of tho
county, aud determines tho Jurisdiction
of Justices of tho Peace In those cases.
Albertson was fined 9100 and costs for
selling liquor contrary to tho statute,
and in default of payment was sent to
Jail, wheronpon tho District Judgo grant
ed a writ of habeas corpus, sotting him
at liberty, Judge Iico I, of tho Supreme
Court, decided that justices have juris,
diction In thoso casosj that tbe cot aro
no part of the penalty tnat tho Impris
onment Is no part of tbo punishment!
that tbe only punishment Is a Duo, which
linprlsonmont does not satisfy, and that
thereforo tho order of the Dla rlct Jndgo
In granting the writ la sfflnuod.
Portland's Tire Busr.
Portland, Orr., October 25. At a
late hoar last night tho police captured
Jim HcGulie In the act of firing the Madi
son street docks, It being bis so ond at
Umpt this week on the rmm wharf. Me-
I bM fired man? bulldins la tho city,
causing hundreds of thousands of dol
lars loss. The prisoner U a desperatj
character. Tho frequency ol fires on tho
waterfront lufl made a panic among
proporty owners, and the lusanince com
panies thought sorlously of withdrawing
all their risks.
Brighton Beach Kaoes,
New Yokic, October 25. Tho pro
gramme at Brighton Beach yesterday
showed largo entries la tho Ave races.
The track was la better condition, and
In consequence tho time male was
First Race Tbroe-ycar olds and up
wards; fle-elghtbs mile: Kjmolo, first;
Marsh It don, econd; Frolic, third,
'lime, 1 :06 1-4. Mutuals paid $50.55.
Second Itace For all ages; uue mllo:
Miss Daly, flrst; Harriet, second, Frank
Mullen, third, 'lime, 1:43 1-4. Mutuals
Third Itace Handicap; all ages; one
mile and an eighth: Little Fred, first;
Dan K, second, Ccntenulil, third. Time,
Fourth Itace For beaten horsps; three
fourths mile: Ecuador, first; Wludsall,
sec nd; Emuii Ull.e to, third. Time,
1:24 1-4. Mutuals paid 15:40.
lith Kace lour-year-olds and up
wards, one and oue-elghth mile: Cor
salr, flrst; Jerr Maid, second; Arsenic,
third. Time, 2:06 1-4. Mutuals paid
A Stronar Team.
Chicago, Da., October 25. The Chi
cago 2a -o B .11 Club for 183 will be tbe
strongest that has ever represented this
city since the formation of the National
League. The following players have al
ready signed, and thi management Is
corresponding with two more first-class
men, who can play in any position in case
oi tne regulars becoming disabled:
A. C. Anson, captain and first base.
Larry Corcoran. Charles Ciarkson and
Joe Brown, pitchers.
Frank Flint, E. II. Sutcliffe and Charles
Fred Plleffer, second base.
Thomas Burns and O, P. Beard, short
M. Kelly, A. Dalrymple and A. Sunday,
Y Uliarason and Gore have not signed
yet, but probably wi.l thl s week.
Won by Providence
New Vouk, October 25. Tbo second
game of base ball played yesterday be
tween the Providence and Metropolitan
clubs for the championship of America,
resulted in a 6ecoud deleat lor the Mets,
thus giving tho championship to the
Providence, 0 0 0 0 3 0
Metropolitans, 0 0 0 0 1 0
Game called on account of rain.
Base Hits Providence, 5; Metropoll
Errors Providence, 4 ; Metropoll
Pitchers Radbourno and Keolo.
Umpire Re m sen.
Jack and Tom.
New York, October 25 In the Eighth
Street Theater last night Jock Dempsey
easily defeated Tom Henry la a six-round
glove contest for ?:00.
Will Try to Boat Her B?oord.
LKXixarox, Kr., October 25. Maud
S. will probably make a trial to beat her
record ou Monday at one o'clock.
THE WAR 18 OVEK
And the Foea of the Lata Oosfl ot
New Orleans, La., October 25. Ono
of the m jst interesting features of tbo
World's Exposition here will be a united
encampment of veterans o( tho wir, em
bracing the soldiers of the Union aud
Confederate armies. Tbe board of man
agemcit of tbe Exposition has voted
910,000 for the purpose, and 1,000 tents
will be constructed for tbo free accom
modation of the veterans, The move
ment was organized under the auspices
of the Grand Army of tbo Republic aud
tho local assoclnt ou of tbe Conlederate
Armies of Northern Virginia aud Ten
nessee, Captain Edgar Wheeler, of Lin
coln Post No. 1, G. A. II , at Topeka,
Kas., has been selected as commander of
tbe camp. The tents will bo supplement
ed by woodeu barracks an1 accommoda
tions will be provided for 10,000 p. rsous.
The Union Depn at P.tisbunrh on Fire.
PiTTsnrnc.it, Pa., Octobir 25. Tho
luiou Depot caught Ore a few minutes
before three this aiternoon, aud is now
burning fiercely. Through tho prompt
action of tho well-trained employes of
tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company and
tho city fire department, tho fl lines were
confined to the roof and finally subdued
after a loss of about 95,000 was sus
tained. The fire was caused by a ilcfectlvo II uo
la the upper story, where a largo amount
of old papers aud combustible mateilal
was stored, and tho denso smoke which
onveloped tbo building led to tbo be
llcf that tho cutlre structure was burn
ing. Tho report that the Union Depot
was on flro created great cxcltemont,
aud In a few minutes tbo streets lu
tho vicinity wcr. blocked with poople.
Tbs Clawson Polygamy Case.
Salt Lakk, Utah, October 25. In tho
Clawson polygamy caso this morulug,
Lydla, second wife, concluded to testily.
Sbo was.askod bat three questions, which
bbe ausworod, admitting the marrlago,
when It occurred, and thoro thu prose
Tho Haiiltlnt Trial.
Baltimoru, Md., October 23. Inter
est la tho lUzoltlno trial Is unabated,
tbe witnesses pat on tho stand thus far
to-day aro peoplo from Jumnstown,
If. Y, whoso testimony Is confined to
tho peculiar stillness and melancholy
disposition of tho prlsonor when a boy.
KUUa by s Paasinir Train.
Yoiik, Pa., October 25. As Daniel
Ilcrshey, a resident of Now Freedom, In
this coouty, was crossing the tracks of
tho Northern Central at that place last
night, a special train struck and instant
ly killed him. So blame Is attached to
tho railroad authorities.
Kaksas City, Uo., October 38. East
booed passenger rates were restored to
AFTER DICK TCIRPIN,
further Particulars of the Clayton
Bakor Double Tragedy In
A. Young Man of Quiet Habits Persists
in Reading Trashy Eomance Until
It Unbalances His Mind,
And Leads Him to Kill His Friend and
H m3elf in His Insane Desire to
PmuDKLPiiiA, Pa., October 25. It
eeins that tbe affair be.weea the two
young men, James Claytoa and John
Baker, last night came about in this
way. Claytou who was clerk In a
tore at Spring Garden .aud Tenth
streets, is of qulut habits, bat had
been reading Dick Turp.n's adven
lurt s. Ou ttiiNhlng the book he went out
ou the street and met some companions
to whom he related the adventures of
highwaymen, and said to Charles Baker,
a brother of the deceased, I am tired of
tbe lilel am leading hut shall have to kill
somebody else before I shoot myself. Then
be exhibited a revolver and said he In
tended to d considerable business with
It. He was th-u told that Jack
Baker, an lutiinato friend, was ill.
He went to tbe house, and
iald he would sit up with the patient.
Tbe attendants thereupon retired; but
before leaving the room they beard Clay
ton beglu to describe the various meth
ods of murder employed by Turpin.
Soon afterward they heard two shots
close together quickly followed by a third.
Rushing In they found Baker dead with
two boles In his head aud young Claytou
struggling on the floor In the agonies of
death, with a wound in tho right tomplo,
Cluyton died without sp aklug. A visit
to bis room rtvea ed a largo collection of
trashy novels. His uucle is saiu to be of
unsound miud, and Claytoa is probably
Blains at Chicago.
Cnic.iGo, III , October 25. The ar
rival of the Bialno party la this city at
1:15 a. m. was very quiet. Emmons
Blalue was the 6a y one present to meet
his father. Mr. Bialno and his two sons
weut direct with Jos. MedLl to his home.
The remainder of the party weut to tho
Grand Pacific. The excltcmcut of tho
occasion was caused by some one bur
rabiug for Cleveland, followed Immedi
ately by tbe cry of "Rats," which put a
quetus on the outburst. Blalue started
lor Milwaukee at 0:30 this moroing, re
turning In the eveulng.
A Disappointed Crowd,
Evanston, III., October 25. The
Blaine train, covered with flags, arrived
at about 10:45 a. m , and was met by a
thousand people, nearly all of whom
were students. In response to loud calls
for a speech, Mr. Blaine appeared on tbe
platform, bur. n.d harJ.y uttered five
words when tbo train puilod out amid
yells of disappointment.
Oh for Milwaukee.
Chicago, III., October 25. Blaine left
at one o'clock over tho Northwestern
Road for Milwaukee. At thu depot he
was wolcomed by 2,000 people, aud in
response to cries for a spcocti, to stepped
on tbe platform of tbe train aad made a
brief a dress. Ho said
"I thank you very slucerely, ladles and
gentlemen, for this demonstration, which
leei sure comes from tbe heart. IC adds
another to many welcomes I have had to
your city, aud at uo time could it be more
great ul than now
I he train then moved out amid cheers.
Milwaukee, Wis., October 25. Tho
next stop after leaving Racine, was Bay-
view, where the iron Industries of tho
State are centered. Hero the workmen
had turned out cn masse. A score of lo
comotivcs roured aud tho band played
"Hall to Chief." As B.alue was escort
ed to the steps of tho North Chicago roll
lug nun, titamllug under thu arch oi Iron
rails which wire emblematic of ludustry,
he spoke briefly on protection.
Milwaukee was icachedttt 1:30 p. in..
aud here the great demonstration of thu
uay occurred. A saiute of a hundred
guus from tho lake bluff pealed forth as
tne train rolled into the depot. Bialue
was conducted to a carriage drawn by
four white h rsu, whero ho was seated
with Governor Rusk, Senator Sawyer
uud Mayor Wal bur.
lho processlou conslstod of twelve
divisions, niouutcd and on foot. Ttu
march was taken up to tbo Exposition
building. Thu streets thu entire distance
were a mass of human belugs, aud tbo
stores aud reslden es were gaily decor
ated. Bulore tbo arrival ot the party,
tblrtocn thousand people filled thu Ex
position building, lu thu front scats
were doiecatlons representing tbo
Worklnameu's Industrial Clubs,
German committee of flftv. au
Irish-American club and tho students of
Concordia Lutheru Coilego.
wneu Air. liiaiuo entered tbo audlenco
lose to their foet and cheered tea inlu
utes. Thousands wcro uuablo to obtain ad
mission, uud General Hawicy and Con
greSMnuu Flunorty addressed overflow
lusUie tho enthusiasm prevonted calling
to order for so.iio timo. F.ags and
bunting were torn from the walls aud
waved. Finally Governor Rusk secured
sllonco, and Introduced Blalue, Another
ovation followed, lie then bogau an
t Wattln ana Hoping.
KENOsrtA, Wis., Octobor 25. At Wan
kegan, M., Bialno loft tho train, and was
escorted to tho platform. After the
first cheers wore through and the people
bocarao undemonstrative, Bialno said hi
came among them as a roprosontaUve ol
the peoplo of tho Nation. .'!e was as.
sored oi a great Republicryi victory Id
As to tho statement ot United States
Marshal Jones, who lot oduced htm, thai
he would carry tbo electoral rote of
every Northern Stat, he said, he hoped
the prediction wooid be terelfled, be!
' Kt by the" Wisconsin Diieiti6n; ' '
Kenosha, Wis., October 25,-At this
Pfdnt tbe trala mot tho Wisconsin dele.
Ration. Tho train had hardly stopped
when it was surrounded by men and
boys distributing leaflets with a plcturo
of tbe candidate headed, "Extraordi
nary Spectacle" aud containing an ex
tract from Blaine's speech In New
lorn in I8C3, condemning
Horatio Seymours's tour through
uuuu-y. in leaflets were
suowerod into all tbe cars of the trala.
Blalue was escorted to the platform by
Plumed Knights, aud made a short speech,
ayiirg the campaign hid narrowed down
to a question oi freo trade or protection.
Ag-alnit B.amu'a Wish.
Wavkeoax, III., Octot er 25. At Win
netka, Glencoe, Highland Park and In
termediate statlous, large crowds cheered
as tbe train swept past. Theie were
over two thouaui people at tho depot
here. vir. Blaine spoke briefly, and was
followed by Congressman McKinley and
I'inerty A gentleman closoly associated
with Blalue, who has accompanied him
ou the eutire Western trip, said ou
tho train tuts morulug thai, t e pub
lished reports that the programme
since Wednesday Is entirely against
Bmluo'a wil , and bis earnest protesta
tlous are true In every particular. Ho
is extremely anxious to reach New York
City. Bialno looks haggard aud worn.
Bloominoto.v, III., October 35. Rob
ert M. Lincoln, General Logan, Governor
Cullom, General J. C. Smith and a num
ber of other distinguished gentlemen ar
rived In tho city at noon. Tho demon
stratiou Is tho urgest and most Imposing
the Ropnblicaus ol Central Il.luoia ever
held. The industrial parade formed an
important part of the day's pr gramme,
being upou an extensive and elaborate
scale. Bob Lincoln Is the guest of Jadgo
Terrible Accident at a Democratlo
Ro.ndout, N. Y., October 25, At the
Democratic parado last night two can
nons exploded with tho following casual
William McGrath, leg shattered.
Wm. Nash, coilar-bone broken.
John Arnold, arm shattered.'
Herbert Mlduer, dangerously injured.
Mattoo.v, III., October 25. Tho
Democrats of Douglas County are hav
ing their big closing rally of the cam
paign at Areola, to-day. Senator Jos
eph E. McDonald, of Indianapolis, and
General J. C. Black, of Danville, are the
speakers of the day.
TO KXl-EUTAIX JIM KLA1NE.
A Dinner at Delmontoo't N -xt Wednes
New Yokk, October 25 Tho follow
lag correspondence has taken place be
tween gentlemen of this cl y and J, G
New Yoiik, October 22.
Hon. James G. Blaine, Indianapolis, Ind.
ine unaersignea, with otlrer KeDubli
can friends, request the pleasure of your
company at aiuuer at uoimonlco's in this
city on auy evening of tbe coming week
mat, imy oest sun your convenience.
Wm. M. Evarts.
J. J. Astor,
LkvI P. Morton.
Cyruu W. Field.
Aloneo B. Cornell,
Evaksvillr, Ind., October 23.
To Hun W. M A'r irfs, John Jacob Astor
and others, JVeio lonfc:
I accept with much pleasuro your very
Kina mv.iatiou to dtno with yon next
wees ana indicate Wednesday evevung as
oue agreeable t myself, but shall gladly
ieav tne assignment o; tue time to your
Slguod Jas. G. Blaink."
About 200 gentlo.non will join In the
dinn r to B.alne. It will take place at
uoiiuonica's at seven o'clock. Wm. M
Evarts wl 1 preside.
PLYMOUTH AND ITS PASTOIt.
Tbe Grant Praon-tr and His People
Hutu illy Free and Independent.
New York, Octobor 25. Mr. Beecher
took occasio i to-night to deny that there
wero any differences between him aud
his people. "Our friends, tbo newspa
pers, have spread abroa I the statement
that there 1 a great li.-turbance la Ply
mouth Church, because tbe pastor Is
boil ml t j have his own way, But I say
that ever since tbo day that 1 came here,
I have had my owu way aud liberty
to sty what I thought, fearlessly and
ireely, and the church has hid Its own
way, being tree to lorm opinions and
express tlieiu. lliero have beeu varia
tiotis ou all bubjects, but there has never
O.MC MOl'tt OK (Jl'AHUKL
Many ot thu members think I dou't
know us much as 1 thluk I do, aud I
think they don't know as much as they
think they do. . So we are eveu up. They
wish 1 would do so and bo, and I wish
tbey would d ) so and sj; and wo are
eveu up. I he g ispel of good nature pre
vails now, and is goiug to. I thank God
(hat a great, church has srowa up hero,
and largely under mo, In which varying
opinlous are neid and the words ol Christ
are not broken. This little breezo will
only give us good ventilation and after
the election wo shall go right ou."
The Baltimore & Ohio Swindled.
Baltimorr, Md., October 25. Much
trouble Is belng occasioned to tbo Balti
more & Ohio ltallroad Company by tho
dlshouosty of contractors for tho exten
sion to Philadelphia, Section twenty,
two has become notorious In this respect.
Tho fli at contractor absconded with the
workmen's wages. Then tho Newark
Brick Company collapsed, and yestorduv
the members ot tho firm ot Vltapatrlek &
McGurgan decamped with over 3,00Q,
which was dao their employes. Tho
rabroad company sought , to In-
sure tbo correct disbursement
of tho money by Intrusting it
to ono of their olorks. The la t tor was
overhauled by Fltzpattlok and McGar
gn on the road snd forced at tho mnzzie
of a revolver to give dp thi money. An
armed posso started lit pursuit, bat the
rubbers escaped In a carriage. Tbs Ital
ian lab trort wero paid off by too com
pany to Avon t not. ruspatriok was
arreted In jfora-Utown, IV, lata last
This powder never rlei. A marvel of purity,
treiiKUi ami aholesonienem Vore economical
than orulnary klndn. and can tint be aold in com
petition with tbe mnltl nclo of low teat, ihort
welKht, alum o i boauhata powdrra. Sold only
In cans. KOYAL MAKING HiiVt'D' R CO.,
ltw 'a 1 Street, New York.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Onljr l'csitively.
MONDAY, OCTOBEK 27.
Return ol Every body'a Little Favorite. Tbe Charm-
iiik, i elite Commeillvnne,
supported by tbo Talented Comedian,
and a Superb Company, In tlie Romantic
Corned) Drama, v
"The New Dewdrop,"
an Idyl of the Const of Wain.
tVAdmlssion, W ami 75 cents. Gallorv. 25
ovnia. ceau aucured at Iimler'a
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only.
FRIDAY, OOIOBEIt 31.
The Accomplished Actress,
Richardson's Talented Oomp'y
. Opcnlrg In tho b-at American play,
"Thy play that raado fanm f.jp Its author to a
DlM."-New York Herald. '
"Undoubtedly the Im-i Amerleiin. Ago cannot
wliner nor cuntoui etnlo lu hflulto variety."
17 We tarry onr own uml aled orchostra to
anitab y r. nd. ra ecln' aud lucli ontal luustc. The
advent i, f thu urtat company has been eJorl"Us,
victorious and n.erltur us lliratrca packed te
tba conrs prove It. Tho wl de.t en.hualasm
attest It. Tho emlre pr.ss endorse it. Grand
.access settle it.
ttAdralfslon 5' nud
75c; gnllery a:c. He
served teuts at llilder's.
W. G. CART,
U Cta lie Owes.
raise lu readi
es when called
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No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
IAS. B. SUITU.
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Grand Central Store.
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IfKNKV It. TAYLOR, Vaattr.
UUUUUK JOUUo, Clerk.
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