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CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY HORNING, OOfOUKR 31, 103k
IN THE PASTRY
. ' win a.
Vanllln.lmiiM, Orange, t., flnvnr f'nkrs,
CreuimPuililiiiK.t'c.,it rfHIralrly Bud uut
nrally iu the Trull ft om w blch tury urr iDHdn.
FOR STKEXUTII AM) TRUE FKUIT
FLATOA THEY STAND ALONE
Pric Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, I.;. St. Louis, Mo.
Ur.rTlct's Cream Baking Powder
Ur. Price's I.t'ijulin Yeast Gems,
lie! Dry Hop Vt-utt.
j.-'Z-C BALE EV GXIGCEEO.
WE HAKE HUT ONE QUALITY.
No. 11H Commercial Ave.,
fcole A?entf'oi the Celebrate'.
slso carries tuelartfut and beet selected stock ol
eter brmiKlit t J the city. Vr'.tv rimming frnra tie
loses: ir i cheap Hove ojitoibe cluiet figures
OX the FINEST and BEST.
Build' r' HaHwa-c, and s complete aanoitment of
Tmwar. OraUiewme, fcarthenware and a general
line of UnuM Piirol. hto; etnoda. Lamp, fixture. ,
etc, Csll Kudrnimln . brturv paictinKitiK.
Corner 12' ti scd Commercial Aronue.C'n.tO.Ill.
Tlfpbtie No. Itf
Goldstine & Itoscnwater
130 & 138 Com'l Ave.
hire full nd cotspMe 1 i nv of
Iiim-ii Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy ftocic ol Body Hruaec'r-, Taper
tries sud iDcram
A full slock ol Oil Clo'.lia, !l it-. nd p-lcci.
AU Cood at Kottoin Jrioot
Manufacturer and Doaler in
' 8 b Street, between Cuoi'l Ave. uud Levee,
CIIOK12 BOKINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AVC.VJTION.
Safe Ha mirwl, All Klml t Kcrt M 'd.
Muuiifttcturor and Dealer la
Sheboygan Mineral spring's) Water,
ALWAYS ON HANI).
llilwankeo Heer it) kegs ami boitlce, a
Alunufuctory Comer 4tli & Com'l
JJ-KW YORK STORK;
WHOLESALE AN'P RETAIL.
IN TTIK CJTV.
, GOODS SOU) VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.ftlntUonth street I fAlnA II)
CosmurclsUYsnas f 1ttlIU, 111
You:;ff St. Martin Acquitted of the
Killing of the Bully
Hinds Pras xatol J alousy and At
t Jir-p ... d Mirhr-Why Jennie Was
Drivaa Troin Hoxe.
lit Died For Love Mu;deri:d Because
Ha Would Njt Ki 1 Fell O.i a
Picket Fence, Ex.
Bkooki-v.v, X. V., October 30. The
Corom-r held an lniuet thin morning ou
the body of the boy Michael liyrue, aged
eighteen, who whn htabbeil and killed 4i
Mouduy by t'hatincey (St. Martla, thirU'eu
yearn tf age. Hyrne, who was In the
h.:bll of bulhlo.iiig smaller boys, seemed
to muke u set on young hi, Martin, and
frequently, under threats, compelled him
to give him moin y. On Monday night
the boys gathered about a bonfire when
Ityruu approached JSt. Martin and de
nmtxli (I u cent from him. He said he
couldn't give it to him, ami liymo took
hold of hi in and tried to throw him iu the
fire. The boy got away and started
home, liyrue followed and kicked him
nearly all the way.
The principal witness this morning was
Willie C'orhind, who saw the whole pro
ceeding, lie testllled that M. Martin ran
upon ids stoop and tried to get iu the
house; that he got the door open and was
half way in, when Hyrne put bis foot insidu
so he could not clone it. Then St. Martin
turned und made a blow at him with his
knife, liyrue started down the stoop and
f' U at the bottom, where some of the
boys picked him up und htarted with him
to his home.
The jury found that the boy St. Martin
ufted iu self defense, and the Coroner dis
A Diabolical Attempt to Wreck a Bail
Omaha, Neh., October 30. Three un
known men utteinpted Tuesday night to
wreck the overland train on .the Union
1'acillc Kuilroud, which left this city at
eight o'clock. The place chosen was
about forty miles west of this city, near
Hchnyler, whefc three culverts run be
neath the track, and the plan adopted was
to thrust loose tics through the timbers
with the ends projecting above the rails.
The plot was discovered by a mllwuy em
ploye at Schuyler, and telegraphed to the
superintendent, who sent orders to run
the train slowly and with caution. The
engineer discovered the obstruction lu
time to stop.
Jealousy and Attempted Murder.
Amkntox, III., October 30. John At
well shot and dangerously wounded
MagglcGoodwlu last night. They went
out for a walk auj had a lovers' quarrel,
fti'Jltig i'i At well shooting her oncu, In
flietini a painful and dangerous wound.
The girl had fallen drsiKiratuly in love
with a young and well-to-do stock man,
and was on the poinj f discunling At
well'for her new love, who had proposed
Why Jennie was Driven From Home.
linisToi., Tens., October 30. Jennie
1'ike, a beautiful and well-educated girl
of sixteen, living here, recently gave
birth to uu Illegitimate child, which, In
shame, she drowned. ISelng driven from
home by her parents yesterday, she went
to the woods, built a tire and then lay
down beside it. Her dress caught, anil
site was burued to death.
Admitted to Bail.
ni.ooMi(iToN, III., October 30. Fred
Schultz, who made a murderous attack
upon George Wliislow during a parade
here last Friday night, was admitted to
bail to-day In the sum of $300. A mob at
one time strung Schultz to a lamp post,
but he was cut down by the timely Inter
ference of the office rs. "
E Murdered Because He Would Not K11L
Sii.vkktox, Col.., October 30. At
Good Hope Mining Camp Joe Hickson
was murdered by two miners named
Frank Beck und Thomas Walsh, because
he would not join them iu the murder aud
robbery of a miner who had nineteen
hundred dollars. Hickson lived long
enough to tell the tale. The murderers
fled. They will be lynched If caught.
Fell on a Picket Fence.
Kvansvii.i.i:, Ist., October 30. Yester
day a man named Spalding, while working
ou a scaffold, fell u distance of fifteen
feet upon a picket fence. Ouo of the
pickets entered the body In the reglou of
the pelvis. The gtuko was sawed off and
the man taken to the hospital, where the
wood remaining In his body was clipped
out. He will not live.
He Dlod for Love.
M Allien a, Ga., October 30. Two pis
tol reports were heard last evening lutho
olllee of Cheek Anderson, and when the
door was broken open the dead body of
James It. N'ortbcott, the son of oue of the
most prominent citizens of this city, was
found. Upon the table was a letter ad
dressed to Anderson, the conteuts of
which the latter declines to divulge. It
Is said that unrequited love Is the causo
of the suicide.
SoMK.nviLLi:, Mass., October 80.
Harry G. Jackson was arrested yesterday
for the murder of George Hates In Jersey
City, October 4th. He was captured hi
the house of his sister Mrs. Whitney.
A Stay ot Exeoution.
Cincinnati, ()., October 80. The Su
premo Court has granted u stay of execu
tion lu the case of Joe ralmer, who was
to have been hanged to-morrow.
A Dltl'.AlU'UL VALb,
Six Mon Precipitated to the Bottom of a
Shaft Six Hundred Feet Deep.
Halifax, N. S., October SO. Tho
works of the Steele Company at the Aca
dlti Mines, near Londonderry, wero the
scene of a horrible accident yesterday af
ternoon. About three party of six men
entered the cage at the month of Dufforln
Shaft, lu the West mines, to be lowered
to the Mtom, After prccoedlnj; a abort
distance downward, a piece of gcorluj
luddeilr broke and nt once tho c
nwhed down tlio shaft with tearful ve
loclty. After traveling a short distance
further It struck Homethlng which- over,
turned It aud ull hIx were pitched out and
fell tuo reiimlmler of the way to the bot
tom, about 200 yards.
The following were horribly mangled
and killed outright:
KIclmrd II. l'erry.
; naimimel KllHlltou.
The prnhahly fatally lrjjured wcrej
Jno. Mcliinls. All are In a terrible con
diton, aud two of tbem, if not all will die.
Nathaniel and Oliver Kunbton were
father and son, and all hIx were married.
An inquewt was begun at the mines lust
evening, but It was not finished. Ho far
as van bo learned no blunie is attached to
any due connected w 1th the works.
AT COST OF HE It LIFE.
A Brave Woman Perishes in Savins the
Life ot a Neighbor's CbUd.
Ht. Loi-ih, Mo., October 80. Lizzie
Scbuffer, forty-five, a widow with five chil
dren, has lived at !i:'l North Seventh for
some time past. She was very poor, and
occupied a single back room on the third
story. About six o'clock last evening
she saw Die four-year-old child of a neigh
bor named Levy trying to scramble into
her window from a porch close by. In
her anxiety to save the child she, as she
clutched it, overbalanced herself and fall
ing to the bricks below was Instantly
killed. Strange to say, tho child, which
fell clasped to her brejut, was quite unin
jured. The brave woman's children are
left entirely destitute.
The Fell Work of an Arm: Nerved ty
Talli'Laii, Ga., October 30. A sick
ening tragedy was enacted In Itobin
County yesterday. Mr. Eugene Bock,-a
leading citizen, has been addicted to
the use . of strong driuk. He returned
home this afternoon, and began a quar
rel with his wife, when he drew a re
volver and emptied five charges into her
head and heart, the woman sinking
dead at his feet. Miss Addie Bailey, Tim
sister-in-law, who was In an adjoining
room, rushed in, when tho remuming
charge of the fiend's revolver wa9 emp
tied into her heart. Beck then fell on
the floor in a drunken stupor, from which
he was awakened by the olllcers who ar
rested him. It Is expected that he will
be lynched, as tho jail is Insecure, and
the relatives of the murdered woinun
are desperate men.
Wouldn't Have It That Way.
Baltimoisr, Md., October 30. In the
Protestant Episcopal Convention Dr. Hall
Harrison created quite a sensation by de
claring Dr. 1'aret, of Washington, elected
Bishop last night, when lu received
seventy-six votes. Dr. Harrison claimed
two blauk ballots were cast which should
not have been. counted, thereby mailing
seventy-six Instead of seventy-tight votes
necessary to a choice. This caum il. con
siderable discussion, which was eudujl by
Dr. Pa ret rising and stating thatunt.?r
no circumstances would he accept a posi
tion where the election wa disputed.
The matter was then laid on the table.
A CHICAGO SUICIDE.
Sensational Developments Expected by
Chicago, III., October 30. It. Tower
Palmer, partuer in the prominent Insur
ance house of H. J. Streight & Co., of
this city, registered at the Bevere House
on Tuesday. Yesterday he signed a
physician's name to an order for a quan
tity of laudanum, which he procured by a
messenger. This afternoon he was found
dead iu" his room, Under circumstances
clearly indicating suicide. His partners
refuse to talk, but the police say they ex
pect sensational developments.
Nkw York, October 30. Adelaide Bis
tori, the great Italian actress, was wel
comed to America this morning lor the
third time In hercareer. She was ac
companied by her husband, the Marquis
Del Grlllo, her daughter and son. At
quarantine tli French steamer St. Ger
main was met by John A. Stariu's yacht
Blackbird, on board which were repre
sentatives of the press of the country.
Signor C. A. Chlzzola, Mme. Bistori's
private secretary; James Dickson, mana
ger, andMorrissey, of Philadelphia, wero
of the party. The voyage was rough.
ti:li:g it a im i i c i $ it v vm i: s.
The Central Hotel at Poplar Bluff,
Mo., was burued.
Eglehoff & Bro., brick manufacturers,
Tho Progressists were disappointed at
tho Berlin elections.
M. Carrey has been appointed French
Consul at San Francisco.
Further details of the disastrous storms
In Lower California aro printed.
Cholera Is reported among Admiral
Courbet's forces In Chlueso waters.
Within ono week 150,000 barrels of
flour were turned out by the Minneapolis
It Is decided that the window-glass fac
tories of Pittsburgh will suspend lu Jan
uary. An attempt was made to wreck a train
on the Union Pacific liullroad uear Schuy
' The remains of fourteen victims of tho
coal mine disaster were burled at Union
Cornwall, of Dublin scandal fame, was
tried tho second time and ugain ac
quitted. A freight eoglno on the Baltimore &
Ohio Boad exploded, Instantly killing the
engineer and ilremuu.
A water fainlno Is threatened In many
portlous of Nebraska, on account of tho
long continued drought.
Boh Williams, tho negro murderer,
arrested In St. Louis lu Juno, was con
victed at his trial lu New Orleans.
Tho Surgeon-General of tho Marino
Hospital reports that yellow fever hus
again broken out on tliu West coast of
Tho Chicago Press Club met and ap
pointed a committee to draft resolutions
on tho death ol W. F. Storey, lute owuof
of tho Timtm.
James Marshall and Mux Prloo wo ar
rested at Houston, Tex., charged with
embeszllng moucy from the Wclls-Fargo
Advice have been 'received by Earl
GrtnvtlU at London to the effect that
Ctilna-doet not want England's mediation
Uio difficulty with France.
A Clean Bill of Character Furnish.
od Cleveland by Twenty-Flvo
The "Aggressive Campaign" in New York
Rain and Enthusiasm Women of
Brooklyn-20,000 in Lino,
A Hoosiet's Opinion of Indiana Party
Poin;s From Vaiioua Politi
Enthusiasm vs Bain.
Bkooklyn, N. Y., October 80. The
down pour of rain In this city to-day fell
as a w et blanket on the hopes, expecta
tions and preparations of the Republican
Campaign Committee, who for weeks
last have been laboring to make tho
demonstration attendant upon the coming
of Blaine to this city a memorable one.
Nevertheless, the managers and commit
teemen have endeavored to make the best
of it. The flags of tho city wero hoisted
on tho City Hull, muuiclpal buildings and
many private residences in honor of tho
Shortly after 1 :30 Blaine was driven in
a carriage across the bridge, thence to the
Mansion House. In the large dlnlng-hull
of the hotel, which was handsomely de
corated, an informal rcceptiou was held,
at which thousands wero present. From
the Mansion House the Republican candi
date was driven to the Academy of Music,
where the ladies' reception will be held
from 4 to 5:30 p. m.
Mrs. Camden C. Dyke, on behalf of the
ladies present, w ill make a brief address,
welcoming Blaine to Brooklyn. Hon.
Win. M. Lvurts is expected to be present
and make a short address in sympathy
with the purpose of the meeting, which is
purely of a soelul character and not in
tended as a woman's rights demonstra
tion in any sense. Blaine will respond
Mayor Hobbs, Chairman of tho Repub
lican Campaign Committee, will then cull
the meeting to order. Kev. Dr. Behrends,
Pastor of the Central Congregational
Church, will deliver an address.
Mrs. Blaine and daughter Maorgie will
occupy seats in box "E." The other
stage boxes will be occupied by many
prominent ladies. All seats in the audi
torium, balcony, dress and family circles
will be reserved for ladies accompanied
At six o'clock Blaine will dine at the
residence of Mr. S. V. White.
A mass meeting will be held in the
Academy of Music at eight o'clock. At
half past eight there will be a reception
and meeting at the Grand Opera House,
under the auspices ot the Young Repub
licans. It was thought by many that in conse
quence of the storm, the parade arranged
to take place to-night would be postponed,
tmKMr. Ward, who is Adjutant-General,
, and the assistant Adjutant-Generals, as
well as Senator Daggett and Major
liotios, say everytning is prepared lor tho
parade, and the men have sent word that
they will be out iu full force. They ex
pect 20,000 men in line.
Cleveland Meetings in Boston.
Boston, Mass., October 30. Despite
the cold and drizzling rain, the business
men's Cleveland meeting this noon
crowded Fanetiil Hall with an audience
ot" merchants, bankers and general trad
ers, mostly old or "middle-aged
men, evidently of the kind not
commonly active in politics.
Colonel Codnntu, General Osborne and
Daniel Dougherty, of Philadelphia; aud
ex-Senator Wadlclgh, Congressman Col
lins. Dr. Everett and others made brief
addresses ami were geueroiisly ap
plauded. Coming Under the Law.
New Yokk, October 30. President
Arthur registered ou October 7th, the
first day of registration, In a cigar store
on Third avenue. Tho following enroll
ment was made : 'Residence, 123 Lex
ington avenue; name, Chester A. Arthur;
born In United States. Sworn: Lived in
election and assembly districts, county
and State twenty years."
Blaine to Oo to Boston.
Boston-, Mass., October 30. Colonel
J. J. Whipple, who went to New York to
invito Blulno to come to Boston, tele
graphs that ho has conseuted to come on
Monday. Elaborate preparations havo
been made for the reception. Tho Repub
lican torchlight procession which was to
have taken place this eveuing has been
postponed uuftl Monday evening, when
Blaluo will review It from the-botel Bruus
wick. Who Are the Signers ?
Al-nAXV, N. Y., October 30. Tho fol
lowing statement was received to-day at
tho Democratic headquarters from lead
ing Republicans at Albany: "We, the un
dersigned, most earnestly desire tho elec
tion of Mr. Blaine, and to that end wo
welcome tho employment of every
honorablo agency, But wo condemn
sluuderous attacks when used against tho
candidate of our choice, and wo equally
denounce such methods when employed
against tho candidate of tho Democratic
party. It has been brought to our atten
tion that in private letters allegations
against tho purity of Governor
CLEVELAND'S SOCIAL LIFE
Iii this city aro freely mado. We havo
lived in Albany ever since Mr. Cleveland
came here as Governor, and wd attach no
Importance to these reports derogatory
to his private life, because wo sincerely
believe that they havo no foundation In
fact. Governor Cleveland has led an ex
tremely laborious olllclul life whil In this
city, and, so far as wo know, his prlvato
associations havo been of thoroughly
We bear this testimony without reluct
ance, for we bellcvo that every gentleman
on both sides should stand up cour
ageously and, give tho weight of his In
fluence In favor of honorablo methods in
the conduct of political campaigns."
The statement is signed by twenty-five
of Albany's most Influential and reputable
Republican citizens, whoso names, how
ever, are withheld from the pnWlo.
Hootier Abrod" What He Thinks ol
the Situation at Horn.
8t. Louis, Mo., October 80v Major 0.
R. Tupper, Indianapolis, Ind., la -at tiio
Planter'. He ha thoroughly canvaaaad
)ls district and la conAdcat of tho Frert
dential result. "I do not believe
tho Democrats aro as confident
of tho Statu as they boast. In
fact there are many districts which they
havo already resigned Lu order to devote
their tlmo ami money to the cities ami
doubtful counties, llendrkks relies upon
his popularity, but I !elleve It a frail re
liance. A great mail la not necessarily
popular in his own locality, and while
Hendricks muy be beloved and praised
abroad, In Indiana there are local tactions
which depreciate Ids merit, lie will not
materially affect tho canvass. Money?
Yes, I should rather think It was bcln
used by both sides. The Democratic
commllteo has a lare fund to
draw from, and It being planted thickly
in those pluces which usually go Republi
can In Presidential years. 1 am not a
betting man, but I would say that as an
indication of the way the result will be, I
would give odds of tlOO to 880 on
Horrible Accident Caused by Dynamite
at a Political Meeting.
Tomaii, Wis., October 30. At a Dem
ocratic demonstration in this city last
evening an accident of the most distress
ing description occurred. While the
torchlight procession was iu form, and
marching through Main street, an explo
sion of dynamite occurred, resulting In
tho death of Lewis Styles, of this city and
the fatal Injury of Albert Hancock, of Val
ley Junction. Thirty cartridges were
placed lu a buggy ami caught lire from
tho sparks from tho lire-works, some of
which were In tho same conveyance.
IIOItKIIJLY CINAGLKD BODY
of Styles was picked up some distance
from tho explosion. Visiting delegations
were notilied anil the meeting jsistponed.
Great damage was done to the buildings
ou both sides of Main street for a block.'
The glass and sash lu all w indows wero
more or less broken and lights In stores
extinguished. T. Lombard was In tho
buggy with Styles, and realizing tho
'danger, jumped und miraculously escaped
death. Tho escape of others lu tho Im
mediate vicinity was wonderful. Styles
leaves a widow and one child.
Geo. N. Jones Pays His Compliments to
Nkw Yokk, October 30. In auswer to
numerous Inquiries as to what honest
Greenbackers should do at this election, '
Geo. O. Jones advfces them in a circular
to carefully avoid Benj. F. Butler aud
then act according to conscience. "Gen
eral Butler," he says, "never accepted
the nomination of the Greenback party,
never refers to It in hist speeches, and
proves himself a friend of Government
bond and National bank niouopo?ies. Ho
solicited and received one-quarter
of tho votes in the National
Greenback-Labor Convention held
at Chicago in 1880, aud then
OAVR HIS TIMK,
money and service to elect the candidate
of . another party. IIo sought and ob
tained the Greenback nomination iu I88t
to strengthen his candidacy in tho then
coming Democratic convention, and now
seeks to defeat his successful rival by
giving indirect support to tho Republican
candidate." Tho circular continues:
"General Butler did more than any other
man in the North to encourage the South
to secede, aud thru becamo its bitterest
enemy to save his own
XKCK FRAM TJIK 1IALTKR.
He turned the capital of the Nation Into a
prison to force witnesses to give testi
mony which would Impeach President
Johnson us honest a man as ever held
that olllee. He voted for more jobs than
any other member of Congress whilo he
held a seat iu that body. Ho voted for
and accepted back-pay, against all de
cency and precedent. No honest man
can vote for such a traitor as Ben But
ler.'; Closing Bally.
Bi.oomi.notun, III., October 80. The
Democrats will close the campaign In this
city by holding a demonstration which is
intended to eclipse anything In the way
of a political meeting ever held In
Central Illinois, or even In tho State. Tho
speakers sflinounccd are Carter Harrison,
Governor Koeruer, W. W. O'Brien ami
Mrs. Puriicll, mother of the great Irish
Oft For New Haven.
Aluany, N. Y., October 80. Governor
Cleveland, w ith Prlvato Secretary Lamont
and General Farnswortb, left ou tho ten
o'clock train via tho Boston & Albany
Road for New Haven. They will be duo
here at four p. m.
Belva at Pittsburgh.
PnisniKtiii, Pa., October 80. Belva
Lockwood, tho Presidential cuudlduto of
tho Equal Rights party, was In tho city
several hours this morning en route to
SHADE) OF WILLIAM PEJfN.
A Former Rich Woman Starves to Death
Pim-ADKLHiiA, Pa., October 80 An In
quest held on tho body of Mrs. Johanna
McCord yesterday developed tho fact that
the woman had actually died from starva
tion. Mrs. McCord was formerly qtilto
rich, but her husband lost his money and
died, leaving her penniless. She was re
duced to want, when Mrs. Margaret Wal
lace, herself very poor, discovered her.
For weeks they gradually starved, aud all
their combined worldly possessions, save
theV scant clothing, found Its wny to the
pawnshop. Last Monday they met C'hus.
llamm, a grocer, who gave them a room
over his store, but Mrs. McCord hud
already suffered so severely from want
that she died next day.
Association for the Advancement of
Baltimoiik, Mo., October 80. Tho
opening session of the twelfth annnal
Congress of the Association for tho Ad
vancement of Women, began at three
o'clock yesterday in this city. There was
a fair attendance. The opening address
was mado by President Mrs. Julia Howe,
of Rhode Island. Papers wero read by
Mrs, Edward D. Cheney, of Massachu
setts, on "The Brahmo Sotnaj Movement
In IU Relation to Die State," and by Mrs.
Emma Mont MoKuca, of Indiana, ou
"Specialism in Education."
Oliver Wendell Holmes was elected an
The following ofllccra were elected for
the ensuing ycart .
President Albert L. Glboii, United
Vice-President, R. 8tanbury 8utton,
of Pittsburgh, Fa. Ja, A. Stewart, of
Baltimore $ Wm. Klmer, of BrldgtoH,
N. J. Jamca C. Morris, of Philadelphia.
Secretary and'Tieaiurer, Richard J,
pojMlaon. , ' "'' '
juun pwottry', Cta. Mcfattro.
Tlil powdr revet varies. A ninrvul of pnrltr,
ttrenutu nnd wli(i1esoniintf Jtiore ecouumical
than ordinary kind, ana cannot bo sold tn com
petition with tho mil Itl uidu of low tent, short ;
weight, alum o rlioMilinto powder. Sold only .
ilOVAL HAKI.NCi I'OWUFU CO.,
Iiw Wa:lStieut, New York.
(JAIR0 0PEBA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only.
FRIDAY, OCIOBER 31.
Tho AecumpllHheS Actress,
tap ported by
Richardson's Talented Oompy
Oi etilBg in the bift American play,
"Tho blur that mud a fume fur its author la A
nlui t." Now York Herald.
'indnubtedlv thu hit American. Airs cannot
witner tor cactoui ctslo it tLfinlte variety."
WW carry our own nm baled orcheitra to
punahly r ndt r ' eclai and Incidental mui'c. The
advent (J tins great company has nocn gloryiua,
victorious and merltnri) ua. Iheatros packed ts
tho doors provb It. Tho widest enthuMaam
atteet it. Thu i-ntlre preas endorae It. Uiand
uccsas audit's it.
ttryAdmlHiiInn ti and T.lc; gallery 1'c. Ht '
urvt-d auaU at llmler'a.
w. a. CAEY,
If eta lie Coxes.
always on hand.
leaiHo in readl
less when called
No. 12 6th St, Cairo, 111
US. It. SMITH.
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Grand Central Store.
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Patrick T. McAlpine,
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Kopalrluif neatly done at short notice.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successt r to Chas- T. Newlaml awT,
Plumbet, Steam and Gas Fir
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and
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