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fruit trm m klcta (bey arc made.
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xiiAIUU THEY STAND ALONE.
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Price flaking Powder Co.,
Chicago, t:J. 8t. Loult ,0,
Dr. Prlci's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's I.tipulln Yeast Gems,
. ' nr Hop Yea.t. '
Wg SUKK JIL'T ONB QUAUTT.
J. W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
Cole Agent foi the Celebrated
alto carries thelarge.t tod be.t .elected itockol
ver brought to the ettr. I'rice. ranging from tha
loaeai loracUeap atove opto the cloeerl figure.
ON the FINEST ami BEST.
Builders' lUrriware, nd complete aa.ortment of
Tinware, ttratdteware, Earthenware and t general
lint of Uoa.e Purnt.hlug Uood., Lamp., Klxtnre.,
etc. Call and examlrv before parchaiog.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone Ho. 12.
Goldstine & Eosenwater
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
ha?e a fall and complete 1Id of
Linen Good, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A he try .lock ol Bod Brum!., Taper
trie, and Ingrain
A fall Hock of Oil Clo'.bt , all ilro. and price.
All (iooda st Bottom Prioeal
II. E. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Streoi.botwoon Coni'l Ae. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.NTTlOJf .
Safe. Heoalred, All Kind, ol Ken Mid.
. Manufacturer and Dealer In
Shebojgan Mineral Spriuffs Water,
Milwaukee Beer la kegs and bottlco, a
' Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
j Cairo, Ills.
NEW YORK STORE,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The target Variety Sleek
IN THkl CITY.
GOODS SOLI) V hJRYCLOS:
NEW YORK STORE CO,
L'TWIXT LOVE AND DUTY,
A Man's Wife Brutally Beaton to
Doath By Ills Own
The Awful Sight Which Met the Gaze of
Andrew Parker On H's Eeturu Prom
Easiness in the Evening.
The Unhappy Man Impelled By a S;nse of
Duty to Reveal the preadful Tiuth
The Wcman Arrested.
Pai-Estixe, Tkx , October 28th. Mrs.
Elizabeth Parker, ot Elkbart, was to-day
lodged In jail In this place charged with
murdering her duugliter-iu-law. Tho
cilme with which she Is climbed Is most
horrible lo it de alio. Her ood, Andrew
Parker left home lu the evening to attend
to hl business, n-aviug hi wile and two
lltte children with bis mother. As Par
ker ueared bis boiueataauut ulae o'clock
at night, he heard his Mite xcreamlng.
lie entered the bvuto just In time to see
bis wife fall an i expire, while over her
niS OWN MOTHKH,
Infuriated with anger, holding a heavy
duo In her hand. 1'arkei's wile would
bat e become a mother In a lew weeks.
The poor victim was beateu black and
blue across the shoulders and abdoinen.
Pu r.ver kept the particulars of the ter-
Lr.ble murder a secret (or a few days, but
uoaiij cmciu'iea, iq justice to al chil
dren, to let lac law lake Its own course
and wore out a warrant agilo.-t his
mother. A Coroner's Inquest developed
the above facts. No explanation is offered
for the mother's brutal conduct towards
her son's wife. The case is attracting
great attention by reason of the I act that
tbe sol witness against Mrs. Parker is
her own son. 8ho was hed in default of
A UVLLX HLI.EDS.
Stabb j4 to tbe Heart Br Boy H Had
Nbw Vokk, October 2 i. Boys started
a bonfire at the junction of Prlnco and
Tlilary streets, Drooklyn, last night.
Micba.I Byrne, aeJ eighteen, finally be
gun to dunce around the fire and drive
the other boy away, lie was particularly
spiteful toward a th.rteeo-yenr-old iai
iinuied t'hau cy St. Martin, ot 111 Tli
lary street. He forced hi. Martin to give
him three ceuts, and later asked him for
D)ore. Cbauncty told hfm he hid no
more to Rive, when Byrne ttruck him,
and said be woul not let blm remain at
tbe boiiflre unless bo went and got him
some. The youngest boy resolved to re
main where be was, and Byrne caught
hold of him and, dragging hrra toward
the lire, threatened to throw him
In. He resisted, and lu the
struggle he was severely pu.i
lfehed. llavlnff broken lnosn sr
Martin started for his home, ouly a short
ainunco away, uyrue followed and
overtook blm as he was goii.g u; ttu
Sloop of bis hMUte. When be attempte I
lo seise him St. Martin turned and draw
ing a kuile struck at Bryue's breast
The latter olaggered back and fell
to the sidewalk. Several other boys
who had followed Byrno and
St. Martin from tho bonrlro. y.
pectlng to see a tight, ran up and, finding
uyrne lying on tbe alUewalJc, picked him
Dp and carrlt d h m toward hi hnm. Ha
died bciore reaching It He did not
speak alter be was struck Physicians
found that be had received a stao wound
U the heart. DetecUve Chambers ar.
rested St Martin at his home. He hand.
ed the knife, an ordinary white-handled
pocket knife, to tbe detective. HesobOed
bitterly when be was told that ho bad
kll.ed Byrne. To Coroner Mennlnger
be said tliat be bad frequently
been cufft.d and ntrsecrjteii hv Kvrno
Fearing that he would catch him after ho
kh me Doutire no toon the knlle from
his pocket to defend himself. He was
very mad, he said, at jbo way Byrne
treated blm, but he had no Intention ot
kll.ing him. Several companions ot the
boys were taken Into custody as witness
es. They all agree that Byrne bullied
and abased St. Martin. The bonfire was
started in honor ot a Democratic proces
sion, through tho Second, Fourth aud
Murdered by Indiana.
Portland, Ore., October 28. About
a year ago Jas. Douglas, a wealthy man
living in Paloase, Whitman County,
Washington Territory, suddenly disap
peared while out hunting cattle. A fang
a. d diligent search wa made, but with
out avail. Testerday a party ot hunters
found Doglas' remains secreted in a
thick clump of bah. There was every
appearance that he had been mur
dered by Indians who took his horse and
Killed By an Explosion.
Portland, Ouk October 28. Yester
day Win, Sails, a young man living at
tanlngton, W. T was instantly killed
by a premature explosion ol a blast of
giant powder. The body was terribly
baogled. Others working In tbe Vlclulty
escaped with slight Injuries
A Oity Xarahal Vttauhr Shot.
Rkumond, Ind., October 28. An af
fray occurred at Eaton, Ohio, sixteen
miles south ot this city, about 8:30
'clock, last evening, In which Mike
Kyao, City Marshal, was fatally xhot by
Win. El .is, who Immediately jumped Into
a boggy and eeeajHjd. OlQcers are In
hot porxult, aud bis capture is Inevita
ble. Kyiu had an altercation early In
the evening, with another person, and
It ti supposed that the shooting grow
father and 8 m Drewoed.
6t. Iohace, Mich., October 28. On
Saturday last, while Joseph Lephtos art
H young sen were out in a small aklfl
ttftlng flJi seta off Soott Point In Lake
Michigan, the boat was swamped In thir
ty feet of water, on account ol the heavy
earairoiug. The father, In trying to
tave bis drowoiigson, was also drowned.
Bhc4 By A a Editor.
Aixakta, Ga. October 28. Very ma.
ger parttewiari bare been racehed bore
f tbe tnuredy a Dawson, la which Geo,
W. Cktwta) odttor ef the Dawaoiw.
(, tttfld bU j URtd CetoaeiT,
ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21), 188.
well known throughout the Stat. It la
known, however, that tho killing grew
out of a grievance of a private uature,
the particulars probab y being given at
the t rellmlaary trla held at Dawson yes
terday, the result of which has not yet
reached 'tlanta. It Is reported Cheves
was under tbe influence of llqaor at tho
time tho killing.
INTENDED EltAUD. '
Suit Agalnat tba Suprvlaor of fleg-is-tratlon
New Orleans, La., October 28. Goo.
L. Norton, Chief Superv.sor of Elec
tions, to-duy filed a suit In the United
States Court against Robert Brewster,
Supervisor of Registration in the Parish
ot Orleans, setting forth In bis petition
that a canvasser of tbe petitioner made a
careful can vagi of the Firnt Congressional
District in tho Parish of Orleans, and
that a lht ot names of persons fraudu
lently registered and not entitled to vote
at the forthcoming election was sub
mi; ted to Brewster with a request that
tbe uaraes he stilcken from the negotia
tion books, but that Brewster refund to
take any steps or proceedings lo tbe mat
ter. Brewster wa ordered to show
cause on Friday next why the names buo
mltlcd shall not be erased.
Triohirae In Sautaa.
Nashville, Tk.vjt., October 28. Thir
ty passengers sat down to breakfast at
Dalton, Ga., on the Atlantic & Western
Railroad yesterday. Before the train bad
left the otatlon six passengers were taken
ill and bad to be left behind. All the
other j who ate snuttage for breakfast be
ca'iie ill be ore tbe train arrived nt . ari
etta, aud nino had to be left In tbe care
of pbyMclan at that point. It U ex
pected that six of those left at Marietta
will die, Physician attribute the cause
ot the wholesale poisoning to trichina). ,
Tba Locffiat Pole.
New York, October 23. A report
comes through a not lnfalibie source from
Ceredo, In V. Virginia,1 that at a polo
raising there last Saturday, some jeal
ousy as to tbe relative height of the Dem
ocratic and Republican poles led to bad
feeling, and an audience which listened
to a Democratic orator, was dispersed by
stones thrown by a number of armed
disturbers of the peace.
Steam h p Consolidation. ,
Philadelphia, Pa., October 28. The
stockholders of the International Navi
gation Company beld a special meeting
here to-day, w.ilch sanctioned and con
firmed the contract recent y made be
tween the American Steamship and the
International Navigation Company for
the sa e by the first and tae purch e by
the latter company of the four steam
ship! the Ohio, Indiana Pennsylvania
and Illinois Th3 meeting also author
ized the isue of additional stock to the
value of $1,000,000.
Washington, D. C, October 28. The
story telegraphed from here Sunday
night by the Uaifed Press . to the effect
that Secretary Gresham had teodered his
resignation, appears to have been well
founded. The 1'resldent at two o'clock
to-day received the resignation of Sec
retary Gresham, and has appointed lion.
Hugh McCuilough, of New York, to suc
Brighton Beach Eacea.
New York, October 83. Yesterday
was the eighty-fl ta day of the present
season at Brighton Beach. The races
were well contested And the track good.
First Race Two-year-olds, three-quarters
mlie: Bonne Bo ache, first; Miller,
second; Frank Mullen, third. Time,
1:17 3-4. Mutuals paid, f 15 83.
Second RiCe Selling allowances, sov-en-eightb
mile: Lytton, first; Incon
stant, second; Marh Redon, third. Time,
1:311-4. Mutua.s paid, 912.C5. '
Third Race Handicap for all ages one
and one-eighth miles: Tony Foster, flrt;
Top y, second; Delilah, trilrd. Time,
1:57 3-4 Mutuals paid, $118.75.
. Fourth Race For beaten horses, one
mile: Herbert, first; Huron, second;
Miot, third. Time, 1:46. Mutuals pild,
Filth Race For all ages, one and one
quarter miles: Cor-alr, first; Jim Car
lisle, second; Nettle, third. Time, 2:13
1-4. Mutuais paid, $20.65.
Bishop in the Maryland
Baltimoke, Md.,' October 28. The
special session of the Protestant Episco
pal Convention, Diocese of Maryland,
began ttrU morning at eleven o'clock at
St. Peter's P. E Church, for the purpone
ot electing a Bishop to fill the chair left
vacant by tne death of th Right R-v.
Wl Hum Pinkney, late BNhop of the
diocese. This Is the second convention
he d for this purpose. Considerable Inter
est Is manifested, remembeilng tne fruit
less attempts of the body to elect a
bishop at the last convention la May. At
that session two days were sbont la cast
ing thirteen ballots, during which Dr.
Ecclestoa received sixty-two votes, no
quite a majority. Rev. Dr. George
Leeds, of Grace (bared, Baltimore, his
recovered his health, which has eal ed
him many trim. is. It v. nr. J. H Ec-
ok-Nioa, of Emanaol l hu oh, Baltimore,
Is his strongest opponent.
Prtkotleally at an Bad.
PiTTHtfDiKMi, Pa., Ootober 28. From
indlca,Uoa every ooa pit ou the Mobou
gabela and YoughlogbeDy Rivera will be
lo opera ilon before tbe oloae of tbe week
at two aod a half oeuts per bushel for
ralnleg la tbe first throe pools, and two
canta in tfcn ianrth. TIm hnb al din
Strike was broken aeverai days ago wbea
tno tnira a inurtopooIaBiners retamea
to work al the operators flgafM. la the
nnt ana seeosd pool-t. several tas
largest operators have beea nottOnd by
tbe rae UMt tkey are wines to aooopt
tne rtducUoa and preparaUoM are be-
lBg made f or tne revuaaptloa of won.
Fut HmdMl Barrels an Horns.
BuTLta, Pa-, October M. Th owners
of the Armstrong well Nv S, tfceaaaehres
deoetvod as to the prbab owtooae ot
the well, oooolvdod, kowerer, yecterday,
to pot ta a Ofty-qoart shot, bt naffUctod
to hare a caalng bead , wbM Um well
mMSMled vUtV nUr, fl rttt twertr leet
abf tbeaVrtck, A tool I p. m. they
bwownhm m pawn
Joy's Reply to Doeohor Tha Lat
ter"a Bitter Rejoinder
Blaine Palrly Launched On the New Yorl
Campaign -Meetings in Heavy Eain
itorms Elmira to B.nghamton,
Politics in New Orleans Tbe Tariff Issue
A Change of Base Minor Po
Blaine In New York From Eltnira to
Bixohamto.v, N. Y., October 28.
Tho special truU bearing Blaine aud j
party left Elmira prompt y at 9 a. m. i
The first stop was at Waverly, where
there was a large .atherlug for so early
an hour. Bluinu spoke briefly upon tbe
illustration afforded by tie State oi New
York of ttiu benefit of a protective i
tarifi It was raining when the train
reached Oswego, but there was a very
large meeting at the depot. Blaine
stepped out on the flit car, decorat-dfor I
the occasion, and-was received lu the 1
utual enthusiastic manner. . Ex-Senator !
E. C Piatt Introduced him and Bialne '
said: "Nothing has caused me more re- i
gret thau that I pass through Southern l
New York In a rain storm." We oan J
stand the rain." "I wanted to meet
the people without causla dlscomiort
to them; yet nothing has Im
pressed me more thau the fact t at,
from the time I entered tho State at
Jameniowu to this hour, the rain his uot
suqijoU to que ch or aba to the enthusi
asm of tbe Kepubllcaa masses." Great
laughter. "As I said yesterday at
Jamectvwn, it shows that we are not a
dry-weather party." Renewed cheer
log. Bialne spoke ot the great growth
m tho wealth ot the State of
New York from $1,800,000,000 In 1860,
to 80,300,000,000 in 1880, an mcreaso
rauca greater relatively than the
lucreao of population, and said that no
inte ligent mun, Democrat or Republican,
would deny that it w s du j lu a largi de
gree to the Influence of the protective
At Binhamtou the crowd and enthusi
asm were both Immense. Ulaine in hU
speech paid a tribute to the memory of
Diuiel S. Dlckersou, as a patriot, which
invoked great applause.
Joy to Beeeher A Matter of Memory.
New York, Octobv..' 28. J. F. Joy has
written to the Tribune a letter, of which
the following are the essential parts: "I
have read, I think, everything which has
been written relative to a conversation
which Mr. Boccher professes to narrate
as havlug taken piece at my table in De
triot some years ago, when he was for a
little time my guest. 1 can state with
the most absolute cortalnty that I
never said la that or any other conversa
tion, with any body, that Mr. Bialne,
when Speaker, made me aii offer or
proposition directly or through a third
person that he wou d appoint a commit
tee to huit me or i ut a man upon that
coram ttee such as I wished, If I would
.buy Llttl Ruck & Fort Smith bonds ot
him at par or otherwise. He
NEVER SUNT A MAN TO ME
w mace any sucn proposition wunin a
uay or two, as Mr. Beeeher says, or at
any other time. Mr Ueecher, while not
recollecting it correctly In the most ma
terial part, seems to think that 1 was re
sponsible for that conversation, and that
I asserted that It was true. Nothing
couia oe wiacr oi t le mark, ui course,
1 do not know whether the conversation,
with Mr. B alne was correctly stated to
mo or not, but I do say that I stated It as
it was narrated to me correctly, as far m
I remembered It, and I also know that
there was no possibility in tbe narration
ot It that I could have staled, as ir.
Beeeher has It, that Mr. Blalno scut to
mo In a day or two any proposition of
any form or klud whatever.
Y bile with regard to tbeee things and
on. ueecners statement
X ACQUIT niM
ot all except faulty memory, I can not
say as much for his conduct as a gen'
tleman for bringing me Into acoutroversv
of this sort by the use ot free social con-
versatlou, whlU . guest at my table, and
where be puts his memory against ml no
seven or elgut ears afterward and prac
tically takes an oatu that his is the lu
falllb.e memory and that mine Is wholly
Beeoher'a Bitter R'ply.
New York, October 28 Beeeher .to.
day gave the following to tha press la ro-
ply to tho letter ot Joy published lu the
Tribune this morning i
. "Brooklyn N. Y., October 28, 1884.
'Sir You said at your own table, bo
fore mo, thatBluino off red lo form a
oommlttee as you desired it, provided
you would take certain bonds oi him at
par, - You did lean back In your chair,
put you thumbs Into your vesj shoulders,
aud add, with contempt i Thai's the kind
of a niau Bialne is.' I did not violate tho
lawsol boHOiti lty In using tho incident.
I ui ve. spoke ol It pubilo y until your
lujudl. lous iriond, O r il A ger, nude
a garb ed gtatt mut, which, uuder your
denial, maUe mo a fa witness. Then I
was Justine I lu selt-duleose
"A member ot Pit mouth I'hurch, who
Is ashamed of his own uuuie, explains, tu
dose couneciiou with your letter ol this
niornltic, that 'Beeeher is kuown to bo
very forgetful.' Yes teu thousand
things 1 forget; tea thousand things I
remember. 1 do both thor.u b y.
Your statement burned into uif
memory as with Ore. Your
falsehood will, I fear, be burned into
your memory as with lire. Such of
Iroatory Is marvellous eu In tills po4ltl
oalage. Do you dare to look ex-Gov-eraor
Baldwin t Ml big an In tbe face,
who sat next to me at your table, and
deny that you made atK-fc a statenieutf
What witllhekhluk of vofWbtf Will too
dare say you never nude like
statements about Bi tine's ootid not
lo tne transaction alluded to by H.
Bmlth, Pre .Meat of tho Oregon
Tranaoontlaeatal Oomnaavf Char.es
James and M r. Kaeelaud of tbe New York
Klevated Railroad, both aay Smith tUted
to then that Joy had made to him a like
statement. Will Smith publicly deny Uf
Will you deny to John lUrmon, of De
troit, who was your attorney, was ooa-
vera t with tho whole matter at Um
ttatoof Its haswiac, Uoriwsi ot
tho amount which Bialne required waa
not nearer forty thousand than twenty
five; whether the Intermediary between
Bialne and yourself was not subsidy
Pomeroy; whether your proper and
honest Indignation on thut occasion
was not so extreme that you would havo
worn outright had It not been, luckily,
that you were a church member? Joy,
you have told this story too many times
to too many peop e to deny It to advan
tage, now that which is expected from
you r denial can lust now but a day or two ;
but the He will endure forever; will abide
with you, fo.lowyou home, dwell la your
memory, e present In old ago, stand by
your colUii, meet you In God's judgment
day. May Ho who found a way to for
give lying Peters forgive you, and have
mercy on your soul in that awful day.
Signed Henry Ward Beecueb.
Politics In New Orleans.
New Orleans, La., October 23. The
registration, just corap eted, shows tho
voting population of this city to be 45,
027, an Increase of 14,554, or nearly fifty
per cent, over 1830., This Indicates the
great Interest taken In the present con.
test. Chief United States Supervisor of
E ectlon Morton presented Register
Brewer with a list of 256 names la one
district which he declares were Illegally
on the registers, 364 names representing
persons' deceased; aud 6,890 not being
found at their alleged residences, Brewer
says this Is due to no chaoge being made
oo the books when a voter moves front
one ward to another. He Is disinclined
to strike the names off. Morton has ap
plied to the United States Court for aa
order requiring blm to do so.
The Concordia Eagle (Democratic) has
joined the Republicau forces on tne tariff
lsxue aud predicts a majority In tbe
Fifth District ot 8,025 for B alne. This
woa.d be a Republican gala otover 12,000
vote-. Tho fact of there being 10,000 ne
groes lo the District who would be en
couraged to vote for Bialne and the local
Democratic ticket, makes tho thing look
The MatropoUtan Bank.
New York, October 28. Tbe stock
holders cf tho Metropolitan Bank: aro
couslderlng the feasibility of liquidating
Its affairs and itoing out ot business.
This will undoubtedly be done. Tho
bank has never recovered Irorn the bl w
which cau-ed It to close its doors, for a
single day. When it resumed, by the aid
of the Clearing house Association, whlcu
loaned it several millions of Its certifi
cates, the directors thought they
might build up Its business again.
Its transactions prior to tae sus
pension hud been enormous. It bad
been considered one of the largest and
one ot the soundest banks in the coun
try; but the deposits were rapidly with
diawnuf.er tho resumption, and while
some ren w ed their patronage, it soon
became apparent that the work of restor
ing the bank was a hopeless task. This
is worse than starting a now bank. Be
sides, bauklug business Is very dull, aud
the Institution bad this to contend with
in addition to the memory of Its misfor
tune which in Itself was an immense load
to carry. Tho suspension of this bank
was the most startling feature of the
Its withdrawal from business is a
event of g eat Intorest. Oo v a few
mouths ago, 1 1 eorge I, Seney was Presi
dent of the Institution. Mr. Seney's
reputation was even greater tban that of
his bank. His widespread deeds ot phil
anthropy and bis brilliant railroad opera
tions made his name kiiowu from one end
of the land to the other. Yet he used his
position as bank tlllcer to bolster up
bis Southern railroad schemes aud
the bank was swamped by the transac
tion, and'ound Itseit In posses-loo of vast
amouuts ot securities woful y depressed
lu vaiuo. Mr. Seney has made over a
largo amount of his property to satisfy
the claims against him, and among other
articles taken off his bauds by a syndi
cate of bankers, was a collection of paint
ings worth $400,000. Cleartng-Uouse
Manager Camp, says that alt t o other
banks are in good condition. He docs
not know ot one Intended withdrawal,
though it Is likely that some of the Na
tional banks will adopt a State Incorpora
tion. Called a Meeting-of His Creditor.
Fall River, Mass., October 28. It Is
rumored that William Lawton Slado,
President of the Montaup-Slado Mills,
has callod a meeting of bis creditors.
Tho oi Inioa provalis, however, that the
meeting was callod by tho creditors of
the Montaup Mill, which Slado has been
upholding In Its dllllcultlea for a year and
a half. The mill employs 225 bauds when
running, and disburses $1,300 per week
to operatives. It manufactures plain aud
fancy duck goo as, its production
being 8,000,000 yards por annum.
In 188i tbe old capitol toc sunk, and
tho mill was reorganized with a new
capital ot one hundred and fifty thou
saud do lurs aud an indebtedness ot one
h.udred thousand dollars left ou the
plant after paylu? off a hundred aud
forty-five thousand. About thirty thou
sand was ma lo soon after the reorgani
zation on which a dividend was paid.
Siuce then the mill has run behind about
that amount. About five months ago
tho mill shut down on account ot los
ing ground. Just beforo ttie shut
down was ordered tho last sale of stock
was mad - at public auction at scveu dol
lars per shire, Dr. Benjamin Green, ot
Portsmouth, 11 I., being the purchaser.
Eeduotmr the Output.
Louihvii.lr, Ky., October 23. Tha
Nallouul Kentucky Doeskin Jeans Mauu
faotur rs' Association was permanently
organized hero yesterday. One of tho
Important matter transacted was an
unanimous vote of all tho mills repre
sented to closo the mills from December
first till February first, 1835, reducing
the output of Kentucky doueftln Jeaus
within tho tlrao specified about 79,000
Mothlna Definite Atrswid Upon,
New Tom, October W. Mr. J. V. Joy
met the Direotora of tbe Wabash Hall,
'road yestrrday and forma ly commam!.
caled tha demand of Um EtiftUh bond
holder la regard to tho a flairs of tho
company. Those preoeat dealae to aay
what view weft expressed, but tUU
that nothing definite waa agrwd upon.
Will Vig-ht MtTiBnb if M h.
New Tom, October 13. Jack Dorks
and Charles Mitchell yoaterdsy signed
au agreement to fight eight rounds wrtb
77 "nmaw frar"r r-T---
gova, according to the QtMetMOorrj
Thin powdor i-ever ynrlet. A marvel of purity,
itreDgta and wholesotnvne.s t ore economical
tban ordinary kind, and cannot be .old a com
petition with the nmltl Dilu of low tent, abort
weight, alum n i hoipbate pewrler. Solil only
In can.. KOVAL BAKIStf t'l VVI It CO.,
1(W wa.l8t.eet. New York.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
, One Night Only.
The Accomplished Aetre.t,
Ricliardson's Talented Conip'y
OpeulDjln the b et American play,
"Thplay that made furno f r its aathoi Ins
nls' t."-New Yom Herald.
"Undoubtedly the bu-t Amerlcnn. Ago ciunot
wither tor curtom etale it. Urlulte vatltty."
IBrTWa .arry onr own un I aled orche.tra to
oust) y r ndfre ecla aqd 1 net' enta' inus'c. Tbe
advent i f tin. great company ha. reen glori us,
victorious uLd u.crimr us 1 hi-atre. packed to
thn tour, prove It. The wi durt en burlaam
atte.t It. The enilre pr a. endorse it. Gland
i-ucce.a fettlvi it.
rSTAdm'.flon 5 aud
terved .cuts at liuder'a .
75c; nailery 2'c He
(JAIR0. OPERA' HOUSE.
THURSDAY, OCT. 30.
The Phenomenon of tbe Nineteenth Century,
The Georgia VVonilcr,
MISS LULU HDBST!
The exhibition given by till Utly 1. to demon. trate
a wunaunui p wer .ne poiet.us to resist
and bolll.j airony tb.
twlatcd out of all ahape; the lad' elmply touches
an o'Juct wliii tho palu o; her ha d, and many
other remarkable testa of this woudertul Dower.
. Athletes flouted 1
tVOenoral Adml.slon. 2.V S3 and f 0c. Donr.
open at 7 p. m; ommunce at 8:13.
w. 6. cm,
No. 12 Gth St., Cairo, 111
US, R. BMITIi.
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Grand Central Store.
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