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CAIRO, ILL., TUURSMY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 188-4.
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ForLlKht, Health lln-ad, Th. Ite.t Dry H.p
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FOR SALE BY CROCERS.
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0. W. IIBUDERSON
No. llilCoinmerdal Ave.,
Sole Ajent foi the Celebrate.'.
also carries the'.arjfut iol beet .elected stock ol
ever brought to the city. Price ranging from the
Ion est lor t cheap ttove ni Ui the close-t figures
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builders' rUMvrare, tod aromuli-te assortment of
Tinware, Grai.lle.raru, Karlticoware and a general
llDeoflloune Kurtil.hiDi! Uood. Lamps, Fixtures,
etc. Call and rxsmin . before parcnuiiiK.
Corner l.'tb and Commercial Avenue, I'a'.ro, 111.
Telephone No. lit
Goldstine & Itosenwater
136 5cl38 Com'l Ave.
hare a fall and complete line of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ot Body llmssc.s, Taper
trie, aud Inicraln
A full slock of Oil Clo'bs, all sices and prices.
All Uooda nt Xtottom Prices!
j-T :e. in c:e,
Manufacturer and Dealer In'
8'.b Street, between t'ntn'l Ave. uud Lcveo.
CHOKE BOItlNOt A SPECJAI l
ML KINUS OK AMUNtTtoN.
Safes Horn ted. All Bind. l Kois .M U.
Manufacturer aud Dealer lu 1
Sheboygan Mineral fyrinjs Water,
ALWAYS OH HAND,
Milwaukee Beer Id keys and bottle, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLES A LB AND RETAIL.
The Latest Variety Stwfc
. IN THJO CITY.
GOODS SOLD VriltY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
A HERO'S AWFUL DEATH,
Torrlblo Explosion Followed
Firo In a Chicago Business
Ileroio and Saccesoful Efforts of James
V. Can, a Foreman, to Save tie
Lives of Employes.
Returning to Make Sure That All Were
Safe, lie Loses His Own Life
The Last Act.
Chicago, In.., October 20. Iu tho
bullditi at the .comer, of Michigan ami
Canal streets, occupied by several firms,
tliere was a tremendous boiler explosion
shortly after uoou 4o-day. The windows
lu the rear upon the alley, where the en
glue and boiler were located und part of
the wall were blown out. In an Instant
the flames followed, and the entire
structure was choked with smoke. I'poti
tho topmost floor were twenty-one girls,
and eighteen men and boys.
There was lu the rear what Is known as
a fire stairway lined with Iron. Down
this the girls and men groped their way,
their skirt and jackets pressed to their
nostrils. James W. Carr, foreman of tho
cigar-box factory on the top floor, who
pave warning to bis, employes, was, it is
said, the last to leave the floor. He fol
lowed tho men to the third floor and
asked anxiously whether all were on
hand. I'earful that some might be left
behind, ho turned back. The employes
groped their way to the grouud Door aud
A few minutes later Carr, the foreman,
wa seen at a fifth-story window. Ho
crept out upon the cornice in the dense
smoke and flames and let himself down to
the window-sill by bis fingers. Men rushed
to the roof of the building ncrocs the alley
with ropes. It seemed to the excited
witnesses of the terrible scene as if the
brave fellow clung there live minutes.
I had to turn my h ad away from the
awful scene. Men below with cuuvas held
It stretched out, but finally Cai r caudit a
rope; with his left hand and loosem-d on
the hill. Ho dropped but could not retain
his hold and pluniring through the canvas,
was picked up bleeding, aud it Is said his
neck wa broken.
It is rumored that several men are miss
ing but lu the confusion nothing definite
cau lie learned, and it Is believed the ru
mor Is unfounded.
THE OIL WKLLS (! HAKOO.
Comparison Between Domestic and For
Tn t Hvim:, V., October :"J. A special
from ISutler, Pa., says: "I'hillips' well
No. 1 is doing thirty-one barrels an hour
and Phillip' N'o. 2, forty-six barrels. The
Christie well is doing seventy-five barrels
an hour, tho Conner weil ninety-live bar
rel and the Armstrong well 3oo barrels."
For tho pat two mouths tho Titusvillo
lh-rald has been makiug extensive iuijuir
les abroad among consuls aud Petroleum
Associations with a view of procuring re
liable Information as to tho condition of
RfiSSI.iV OIL FLKLDS
and what is likely to be tho extent of
their competition with American petro
leuni. A long article is published in the
lh ruhl to-day showing that there exists
at Iiakoo, on tho Caspian Sea, extensive
oil Holds, proline beyoud anything knowu
lii the United States. The records fur
nished by the owners of sonic of tho
wells are given. One well produced
nkahly 1,000 lumtEi.s
in the tlrst half hour; and another well
did 3,000 barrels a day. Another well
produced 15,000.000 gallons of crude oil,
which was sold for sixteen cents a ton for
fuel,, there being no demand for It for il
luminating purposes. Consul-General
Perry estimates the minimum produc
tive capacity of tho Iiakoo fields at 40,
000,000 tous of crude oil a year.
A FAMIILKSS SPOUSE
Indecent Exhibition of Affection for
Mn.koitD, Pa., October 2'.). At the
last term of the Pike County Court, held
here last week, a young man named Fred
Drake wa placed on trial for stealing a
valuable horse, belonging to bis
brother-in-law, John Qulnu. Ho
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to
seven years hard labor iu the
Kastern Penitentiary at Philadelphia.
From Drake It was learned that ho had
an accomplice In tho horse-steal ing, and
tho Grand Jury, therefore, indicted a man
named Anzio White, and a warrant was
itwnod for his arrest. Greatly to tho sur
priso of Sheriff Williamson, who
should call at tho jail on Sunday last but
the very man White, for whom
he had a warrant, accompanied by Drake's
wife, tho latter having visited the jail for
the purposo of bidding her husband good
bye. The wary Sheriff Invited White into
tho cell adiobiing that occupied by Drake,
and, after locking tho door, read to him
tho warrant for his arrest. White was
dumbfounded, as ho had not learned that
ho was even suspected, let alone Indicted
for tho crlmo of horwe-steallng. Since tho
arrest of Drake his wife, who Isyouugand
pretty, about twenty years of age, has been
living with White at his house. Mrs.
Drake was greatly affected by White's
arrest, and wept copiously, as she con
versed with hint through tho cell door,
appearing to have no thought for her hus
band, lletwoon her sobs she said White
was innocent of the crime charged against
him by her erring husband, aud that she
could prove it when tho proper time
AN EXI'LODKD TUEOltY.
Three Boys and a Man Killed.
Wn-Mimrrotf, Iu.., October 21). An
exphwlonofa keg of powder near tho
Wilmington Tike Works yesterday, fatal
ly injured throo boys, named Carroll
Keonoy, Ooorjro Strathder and Doughcr.
ty, and a man named Oeorgo Chambers.
Tho boys wore playing with tho powder,
ouio ono having asserted that flamo
would not lgidto tt.
Ooafesaes Bis Quilt.
Acouuta, Qa., October 29. For bov.
ral days past there has been rumors
float of a heavy defalcation on the part 1
tt Oeonn T. Jadutou, President ot
thn y.tiu Cotton lactmrv. ami j
gats the books of the company. Jackson
confesses tho defalcation, but can not
give-tho amount. He claims all the re
sponsibility for the deficit, and enough Is
already known from tho investigating
committee to show that tho defalcation
Is over $00,000, and may reach 8100,000.
Their liabilities are from $10,000 to 20,
000. THE TCltr.
Brighton Beach Eaces.
New Vokk, October 20. The ra- Jig at
Brighton Beach yesterday was very good
considering the condition of tho track,
which was very sloppy. Tho atteudanco
First Itace Three-year-olds, six fur
longs i Tornado, first; Ecuador, secoud,
Casino, third. Time, 1:10. Mutuals
Second Pace All aires, ono and one
elghth miles: Carley U., first; Bay Mil
ler, second; Tornado, third. Time,
2:01 1-2. Mutuals paid $11.20.
Third Itace Handicap for all ages, ono
mile: Bouncer, first; Harriet, second;
Greenland, third. Time, 1:40 1-2. Mu
tuals paid, 851.30.
Fourth Itace All ages, seven furlongs:
Caramel, first; Islette, second; Miller,
thinl Time, 1:34 1-2. Mutuals paid,
823.80. In this race DoSoto, owned by
Mr. Walters, fell aud broke his neck.
Tho fifth race, hurdle race, did not
not come off on account of the dangerous
state of tho track.
Virginia Jockey Club Races.
RiciiMovD, Va., October 2'J. The first
day's meeting of the Virginia Jockey
Club opened under favorable - auspices,
The attendance was fair and tho races
First Itnce Three-quarters mile danh:
Cherts, first; Erin Burke, second.
Second Itace Ono mile: Telio Doe,
first; Brewster, second. Time, 1 :48.
Third liaco One mile dah: Farewell,
first; Compensation, second. Time,
Fourth Itace One mile and one fur
long: Bureh, first. Time, 1 :57 3-4.
MltS. Dlt. l'AVV.
Her Abilities and Her Necessities How
They Should be Recognized.
St. Loris, Mo., October 29. Mrs. Dr.
Pa vy, widow of the Arctic explorer, ar
rived on the "Bayou Sara' this morning.
Her stay in New Orleans, where her hus
band's relatives live, was chiefly spent in
eudeavoring to obtain a situation as chief
of a department In tho World's Fair. Her
friends in this city have looked w ith favor
upon the idea of urging that the Depart
ment of Missouri be given to her us a
recognition of her ability and her ne
cessity, which latter 1 very
nrgeut, as she has received no assistanco
from the Government, not even her hus
baud's back pay, due two years ago. Tho
seminary which she conducted at Mary
ville, Mo., during the dark, uncertain
hours through which she waited for her
lost husband closed last June, and she
has been financially unable to reop'en it.
While in St. Louis ho will be tho guest
of Deputy Marshal Couzins.
No Choice Yet.
Baltimouk, Mb., October 29. The
Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Diocese of Maryland,
whose purpose Is to elect a Bishop,
opened this morning with prayer by liev.
George Leeds. The new names placed
before the Convention as candidates for
tho Bishopric are: liev. H. A. Coit, ol
St. Paul's, Concord, N. H.; C. C. Hall, of
Brooklyn; William B. Huntingdon, of
Grace Church, New York. The llrst
ballot resulted : Coit, 55; Eccleston, 5'!;
Paret, 2; Huntingdon, 2; Hall, 1, and the
rest scattering. Neoesary to a choice,
Release of Major Wasson His Valuable
Lkavkxwoiitii, Kas,, October 2:'.
Major Wasson, tho United States army
paymaster who was sentenced to serve
eighteen mouths in the Kansas State Pen
itentiary, was released from tho prison
to-day, and will go direct to Des Moines,
la., where his parents reside. Ho has
never been closely confined, aud being a
good civil engineer, planned and almost
superintended a fine system of water
works for the prison until its completion.
Ho was out a great jwrtion of the time on
surveying expeditious, locating ground
for the coal mine that is being opened for
the Stato at the prison.
TEN YEARS IMPRISONED.
The Great Wrong Imposed Upon Chas.
New'Yokk, October 29. Judge Bartlett
has granted a writ of habeas corpus in
tho application for release of Chas. E.
Kichards, of . Philadelphia, from tho
Brooklyn Iusauo asylum. Richards'
father was once Mayor of Philadelphia,
aud the family is highly respited. Tho
mother Is the sister of Lord lunulas, who
emigrated from Scotland to Philadelphia,
where ho gained a fortune iu business.
Kichards has been in the asylum ten years.
His counsel claim that he never was in
sane, but no reason for his Incarceration
South American Trade.
Baltimouk, Mi., October 29. All tho
members of tho Congressional Commis
sion to liKjuIro into tho South American
trado are present this morning, except
Judge Thatcher and Hon. George Sliarpe.
Mr. A. B. Farquhar, President of tho
Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, nt
York, Pa., gavo It as his opinion that tha
only way to improve business with South
America was to do as England doe, sub
sklizo steamship lines,
New Youk, October 29. Mrs. Goorga
McVeely waa so badly burned In Jersey
City Sunday that sho died yesterday at
tho hospital. Sho claimed that her hus
band lmured kerosene oil over her cloth
ing and set it afire. McVoaly has been
arrested on tho chargo of murder. Ho
asserts that a can of oil exploded in his
wife's hands while sho was using it to
help build up a Arc. Tho police hart)
found the ciui intact, and tho neighbors
testify to MO ocly's systematically brutal
treatment of his wife.
A Deserted. Wife Suicides.
CiJtVMAND, O., October W.' Jennlo
fhicociter, who married George Fox ut
Milan, O., a week, ago, rateJded thta
mc-rulng Iwoawio o foil to Mfcfelftan to
job hyofcVr tH-dl 1- U.ts
EXHUMING THE DEAD.
List of Killed and Wounded
tho Youngratown Coal Mine
Run Down By a Train-A Battled Gate
Kef por-A Plot to Burn a Town
Irustrated-riight For Life.
Mxhipicoten Outlaws Another Ab
sconder Shot By a Woman,
Uniontow.v, Pa., October 29. Mino
Inspector Stelner aud bis assistants
worked ull of Monday night and until
late yesterday morning removing tho
bodies of the dead und Injured froni tho
scene of tho terrible explosion at the
Voungstown mino Monday evening. The
dead were fully identified by friends, and
an- as follows:
Joseph Zehley, pump-tender, married.
Solomon Von Sicale, miner, married.
William Minor, miner, married.
James Price, tho father, and James
Priee, his son, miners.
Thomas Cole, miner, married.
Jesse Miller, the father, and Jesse, his
II. J. Sape, rope-rider, married.
Albert Taylor, miner.
Abe Wilson; minor, married.
Frank Niclow and Willie, his sou, mar
Fourteen in all.
Tho dead were found in every conceiv
able shape. Some were burned to a crisp.
The greater number, however, were suf
focated by afterdamp.
The following were saved alive, but
more or less burned and bruised:
Welsh Keffer, Frank Miller, Jacob
Cole, David Cole, James Darby, Jerry
llingor autK'hauncey Wilson.
The two istter may yet die. The fun
erals will take place to-day . The Coro
ner's inquest will be held to-morrow.
YovMisrowx, Pa., October 29. The
remains of the fourteen victims of the
Youngstown mine disaster were buried
to-day. The funerals were largely at
tended and the services Impressive. The
company defrayed all expenses and are
doing everything possible to relievo tho
temporary wants of the bereaved families.
There is uo well-defined theory of the ex
plosion. Coroner Batten's investigation
begins to-inorrow morning, aud it is
hoped that some facts will be brought
out which will throw light ou the mys
tery. Run Down by a Train A Rattled date
Keeper. Pittsburgh, Pa., October 29. About
5:30 last evening two gentlemen named
RieVird Ford aud John Elliott, attempt
od to drive a team and wagon across tho
track of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne &
Chicago Railway at the Woods Run ("a
city suburb) crossing ahead of au ap
proaching train. The gate-keeper be
coming excited, dropped the safety gate,
hemming tho team within. Elliot jumped
from tho wagou, while Ford was thrown
violently on the track anil had both legs
cut off. The engine struck both horses,
killing ono instantly, and throwing it to
the side of the track, striking Peter Far
ley, a bystander, with terrific force, in
juring him so severely that ho died in a
few moments. Farley wa a candUlato
for Mayor of Allegheny before the last
A Plot to Burn a Town Frustrated,
Dallas, Tex., October 29. Tho town
of McKinney, county seat of Colliu Coun
ty, was Intensely excited last night
over a plot of some negroes to burn
the town. They were incited to tho
attempt by a white man named Lewis
Pritchett. The plot wa exposed late
yesterday evening by ono of the ne
groes informing several leading citi
zens. Pritchett fled before ho could
be captured and is now at largo. The
'people arc still on the lookout for him,
and a supply of tar and feathers and
a strong rope are awaiting him.
A Flight for Life.
M r. Sterling, Ky., October 29. While
J. W. Strong, a Bath Couuty shorthorn
breeder, wa driving ono of hi line bulls1
the animal suddenly became enraged, and
plunging at the horse which Young was
riding disemboweled him, from which ho
died immediately. Tho angry animal
then pursued Mr. Young, who reached a
place of safety barely iu time to save his
The Miehipiooten Outlaws.
Winxii'ko, Max., October 29. Infor
mation received at Port Arthur says that
the police force sent to Miehipiooten
is Inadequate to quell tho disturbance.
A gang of about thirty desperate roughs
have their headquarters two miles from
tho village, and . keep up a reign of
terror. They threaten the life of any
ono who gives information against them.
A larger iolioe force or a military do
tachmcnt is needed to restore order.
Increasing tho Police.
ToitoNTo, Can., .October 29. A special
to tho (jloltc. from Wlnnepeg says: "Tho
Dominion Government contemplates in
Icreasbig tho strength of tho Northwest
Mounted Police from 500 to 800 men.
Owner of ranches have been urging this
step on tho grouud that they need further
protection against tho Indians, but tho
real object Booms to bo to find an Increased
market for the horses raised upon tho
rauchoH. It 1 allegod tluit certain horso
ranches have received private informa
tion concerning tho proposed inureasu of
tho police force, and aro already looking
sharply after tho job of supplying tho ad
ditional 800 horses. With exception of
au occasional protest against tho unjust
land regulation, tho country 1 very
quiet, and there is really no necessity for
increasing the force."
Dktroit, Mich., October 29. Fred.
DuVeruols, Insurance agent and prtvato
banker of this city, who has done btud
noes here for several years, disappeared
aiwut two weeks ago, and it is now al
dogod that he owes depositor from Wanly
Itltoumnd to forty thousand dolkm, aad It
auo nuebwd w ntno incunuMMi ooutptowi
mostly poor peoplo whoso claims ranga '
irom sixty to tweuty-threo hundred dol
lar. Shot by a Woman.
EniK, Pa., October 29. Last night
James Steward, colored, entered a house
of shady reputation, kept by Mrs. Kelfer,
and, forcing himself Into her chamber,
feloniously assaulted her. Tearing her
self from him, the woman rang a bell
for her servant, and, seizing a revolver,
pointed It at Steward's head, declariii''
that she would tiro if he approached
another step. Steward advanced aud
npon the first step
THE WOMAN KIItEI,
and her assailant fell uu a bullet in hii
head. Medical assistance was sum
moned, und it was found tho ball had en.
tered Steward's head au inch below tin)
eye. lie Is yet alive, and has made a a
ante-mortem statement which differj
from Mrs. Keifer's version. Tho police
bavo arrested the woman, her husband
and Miss Edith Iteoorey. Steward's do,
duration Is that the woman shot hiii
because he threatened to divulge a e
The Blaine Dinner at Delmonico's.
New Yohk, October 29. Mr. Cyrus W,
Field was kept busy yesterday makiufj
arrangements for tho dinner to-night at
Delmonico's to Blaine. Mr. Field had th
assistance of Mr. George Wilson, tho
genial Secretary of the Chamber of Com
merce, who knows more about getting tip
a public dinner than any other nun In New
York. Ostensibly the dinner to Blaine I
given by a committee, of which Mr. Field,
J. J. Astor, Daniel Down, Wm. M. Evart
and others are members, but, to all in
tents, it will be Mr. Field's dinner. He
is in chargo of tho entire affair and his
word is law unto all. The dinner will bo
a costly affair. Each Invitation cost
twenty dollars. Mr. Field has arranged
that there shall be only two speeches ono
by Mr. Evarts, a short address of wel
come to Blaine, and the other "a
great speech by Blaine himself," as Mr.
Field expressed it yesterday. There may
be other addresses, however, aud there
will bo a gn at many orators present.
Tho dinner will bo very exclusive. No
reporters will be admitted except those of
the Associated Press and Tribune. Tho
dining hall seats only 800, and many ap
plicants for invitations will be disapioiut
ed. Tho dinner will bo representative,
Tho following will bo seated at tho
table with Blaine: Kx-Govemor Hoyt of
Pennsylvania, Ex-Governor Cornell of
New York, Minister L. P. Morton, Sen
ator Hale, John Jacob Astor. Williain M.
Evarts, Senator John Sherman, Judge
Noah Davis, William W. Phelps, Judge
Addison Brown. Among those who will
bo at the other tattles will be : Cyrus W,
Field, 1). O. Mills, David Dows, Fred A.
Potts, Jesse Sellgman, S. V. White,
Jesse Hoyt, Henry Clews, J. II. But
ter, Thomas Butter, John Sloau
John H. Hall, Louis J. Tiffany,
G. II. Scrlbner, C. F. Winston, General
Horace Porter, Park Godwin, J. M. Fisk,
Heber K. Bishop, I). F. Appleton, Benja
min Brewster, A. K. Whitney, William L.
Mrong, John J. Knox, S. Jt. Wale, S. V.
K. Cruger, General Lloyd Aspinwall, J.
F. 1'Iummer, W. H. Lee, Seth MUllken; G.
It. Colby, Cornelius N. Bliss, C. S. Smith,
(ieorge Bliss, W. S. Webb, Brayton Ives,
Collector Robertson, Surveyor Beudict
Blaine and tho Clergy,
New Youk, October 29. A largo num
ber of clergymen visited Mr. Blaine at the
Fifth Aveuue Hotel to-day, and were re
ceived iu the gentlemen's parlor. Rev.
Dr. Ja'mes King, of the Eighteenth Street
M. E. Church, called the assembly to
order. Rev. Dr. BtircharJ, of the Murphy
Hill Presbyterian Church, was chosen
chairman, aud Rev. Dr. McArthur, Secre
tary. Dr. King then presented a series
of resolutions Indorsing the candidacy of
Blaine and Logan, and expressing their
belief In the purity of their characters,
and protesting against tho coronation of
conceded personal Impurity, as represent
ed ly the head f tho Democratic ticket,
and declaring his nomination au insult to
Logan at Homo.
Ckntbalia, III., October 29. General
Logan and party arrived at Contralla last
night, and left by special car this morn
ing for Carbondalo, where this afternoon
a meeting will be held. Short stops will
be made at Intermediate stations. Tills
evening tho party will reach Murphys
boro, General Logan's birthplace. Tho
General speaks at Belleville on Thursday,
and then goes to Indiana, where he con
templates remaining till the day beforo
Governor Cleveland's Vote.
Albavy, N. Y., October 29. Governor
Cleveland, accompanied by hi private
secretary, Colonel Lamoiit, leaves to-morrow
morning at ten o'clock for Now
Haven, Conn., returning to Al
bany the same night. On Sat
urday morning ho leaves hero for
New York for the purpose of reviewing
tho parade of tho business club, retiming
to Albany Saturday night, (lover Cleve
land will go to Buffalo to vole, ami will
return to the capital Tuesday night, re
ceiving the returns of the election at the
I'll KNOM KNAL UUOWTII.
A Year's Increase In Values In Idaho.
Washington, 1). C, October 29. W.
M. Biuin, Governor of Idaho, lu his an
nual report to tho Secretary of tho Inte
rior states that tho funded debts of tho
Territory is but f B9,1M, and tho popula
tion is 88,000, sufficient to securo Idaho's
admission into tho I'nUm as a Statu. Tho
asHessed property of tho Territory is
8U,80,00o an Increase of over fifty per
cent, ovr last year, The principal lit
d try of the Territory Is niiulng. Gov
ernor Bunn says "the Coeur d'Alene belt
is one of tho richest mining dltrir.t) In
the country." Tho output of mineral
wealth during tho past year is estimated
to hare amounted to about $7,000,000.
Tlui Governor says that Mormons aro
tomlng from Utah Into Idaho iu preat
Inhumanity and a Daugh
Bnmot, Tknm., October 2a. Monday
owning Jufcn Pike drovo his two daugh
ters from homo. Night everUkuig ttteni,
tfywwit mtooainp on tW railroad, bain
an and lay down to rent,. MJm jbttiA,
This tiowddf revi'r varies.
A mnrval of parity,
PtreiiK' Q mid whuttsoroenc-ne.
loan ordinary kinds, and ennnnt he sold to com
petition with tho innltltndu of low test, short
weight, slum o rhnsphste powders. Sold only
in cuns. KOYAL HAKISU roWDCU CO.,
HW tt'ttd tfeet, New York.
CAIRO UPEBA HOUSE.
One Xitfht Only.
FRIDAY, OCIOBER 31.
Tliu Accomplished Actress,
Richardson's Talented Comp'y
Opeuinu in thd b.et American play,
"Th'l'lav that ninde fume d,r Its mithoi Ins.
uli!'t." Nut Yorn Herald.
"I ndi'iilitcdly the he-t Amprlctn. Apo cannot
wliuer i or cusium eUlu Its li.Uuitu vurlity."
tiT"Vo i srry our rwn tin 1 Hied orchestra to
nnuh y r nd r s ecla' und iucli entul mus'c. The
advent of tins ji eut coiapmiy I.hs t.uuu itlort us,
victorious and ii.ltInt' u '1 luutres parked to
lha conrs prove 1'. Tliu widurt on hiitiasm
attest it. Tliu tir.irc prss enJur-u it. (jitaiid
ruccess ee'tlrt it.
rt"A(lT.!ssln 5 sud
served stills ut liu itr's.
75c; nailery 'i"c. He
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
THURSDAY, OCT. 30.
The rhonoiai uou of tho Ninetccuih Century,
Tho Georgia Wonder,
MISS LULU HDBST!
The exhibition nivon by Oil lady Is to demonstrate
a wonuernil p wer siiu piipesHcs to resist
u'nl hulU'i i'rcu;tu.
t wis toil out of kit slmpn; Indv simply touches
an o'Ject wltii tho pal u o; hr hui d, aud many
otuer remarkable tests of this wonderful power.
MTOi't;oral Adml.Klun, 81, 3.1 sud fOc.
opeu at 7 p. in. -, i oimuvncu ats:15.
W. G. GARY,
Sll I'OII lis,
alwss on hand.
'Irarso in readi
ness when called
No. 12 (ith St., Cairo, 111
US. R. SMITH.
USBHT A. SUITS
Grand Central Store.
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