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IN THE PASTRY
VanllloXemon, Orange, (., Savor Cakes,
l.ranM,IuUitliiK,tfe.,iS tlrllrulrly an nut
orally ! the fruit from which they arc made.
FOR STRENGTH AM) TBCE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
PMriatD sr Txt
Price flaking Powder Co.,
Chicago, ill. 8t. Loulm Mo,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Trice's Lnpulln Yeast Gemg,
Meat Dry Mop Yen.L
WE MAKE BUT ONE GUAL1TT.
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
alto carries the largest and best selected stuck ol
ever brought to the city. Price" ranglne from the
lo est lor cheap Cove opto the cloievt figures
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builders' nMwre, and a complete as.ortment of
Tinwam, GrariHeware, Earthenware and a general
line of House Kurntshlnv Good., Lamp, Fixtures,
etc. Call andrxaratn brfore purchasing;.
Corner 12th and Commercial Aveuoe, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. tit.
Goldstine & ltosen water
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
bare a full and complete line of
Lim-ii Goods, Dusters, 5otions, Etc.
A heavy Mock ot Bod; Brussels, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A fall stork of Oil Cloths , all sizes aud prices.
All Oooda at Bottom Prices!
la, b. smith.
SOBBUT A. SMITE
Grand Central Store.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Lai't Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Mnoteonth street I Pot tin 111
.Oommsrc'alAvanim' MWIU. I II
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
Nxt Alexander Co. Hank, ttth St
WrGood Stock and Prlcss Koaionalilo.tH
BLUE BLOODS OF BOSTON,
Thoy Ara Highly Entertained By
Some Desperate Hard
G'orge Ls Blancha ''The Marine," and
Danny Kelleher, Fight lour Terriblo
Bounds Won by Le Blanohe.
Four Local Pugs Furnish the Prelude,
With a Wealthy Lumber Dealer
Boston, Mass., November 1 .The Crib
club opened Its winter season's sport lant
night with throe bard glove fights, one ot
which wan' the moist brutal thut has taken
place In Boston tor years. Hilly Mahouey
was master of ceremonies, and Edward A.
Moseley, a wealthy lumber dealer, was
time-keeper. Jimmy JCarroll, ot Boston,
aud J, II. O'Neill, of Providence, aud
Paddy Duffy and Tug Collins, local fight
ers, KOITGIIT DKAW.V BATTI.KS.
Cwrgo Le Blanche, "the Maniue," and
IX-nny KclJehi)r, who has sUnid up before
Sullivan, were the principal fighters. In
the first round lively and hard give and
take fighting prevailed. In the second
Kelleher got in tlireo heavy blows
on his opponent's ribs, and then
swung his right onto "the Marine's"
optic, putting It In mourning. He
tlien brought a stream of blood from
the damaged eye, and fought "the Ma
rine" to the ro)cs. The latter swung
his left, but missing, HI to the floor just
as time was called. When time for the
third round was called both men were
"Kroggy" "1 sparred for wind. Kelle
her iUJi In a Wow that sent "the Marluo"
to the floor. WLeu be arose he rushed
at Kelleher and gave him a right
hander In tb stomach, turning
the tAble In his favor The
FIOUTINO TII.N RfcXAMK UKSI'KIUTK,
and continued so until time was called.
Doth were weak when they came up for
the fourth round, but Lclilaucbe had
gained his second wind. They went at
each other like Infuriated bulls, and
when two minutes and forty-six sec
onds had passed they got to dose U:ir
t.rs. "The Marine" then landed a
vicious upper cut which knocked Kelle
her senseless to the floor. PaNyhhcp
pard and Dr. liryant went to his rescue
and with difficulty brought him to. The
enthusiasm throughout was Intense and
the blue bloods of lioston went home
highly pleased with the evening's enter
tainment. Bishop O'Farrell Explains.
Thkxton, N. J., November 1. Bishop
O'Farrell has not yet received any cable
gram from tho Tope. The lllshop said
to-ulgbt that he did not expect to re
ceive ono. The Pope, In the first place,
would not take such a course If liu were
offended, and In the second place, he
would know that he (the Ui.shop)
would not say what had been
charged to him. The Ulshop added:
"The statement of my last Sunday's re
marks, as telegraphed to one, and only
one paper, was not strictly accurate.
I dlil not say that tho Irish people would
soon be able to free themselves from the
Government of Kngland.
I said that the Tope took great Interest
in Ireland and loved her people dearly;
the notion that he opjsised the late agita
tion In the Emerald Isle was erroneous,
aud that In poiut of fart he had declared
to me his belief In Ireland's rights, and
the justice of her efforts to assert anil
maintain them. This, as you will ob
serve, Is materially different from tho
language of the dispatch. It could not
be expected that the Tope would declare
himself so positively against England.
There are many sincere Irishmen, you
know, who do not l(sk forward to the
absolute freedom of Ireland. Her legis
lative independence would bo all they
would desire. With that light thrown ou
the subject, any one can see how un
reasonable It would be to suppose I
would make the statement Imputed to
They Burn in Eifift-y An Unpopular At
torney. Winnipeg, Max., November 1. Ou
Thursday, by order of Attorncy-fieiieral
Miller, John MeCorinlck from Dakota,
who was sent to jail for eight months for
larceny, was taken out iu the yard and
amidst the fallbig snow, Hogged with a eat-o-nine-tails,
because ho inade an attempt to
cseaiH! from the guard. Public Indignation
agnimt Miller was so great that hist night
6,000 citizen met and burned him three
times in elllgy, the crowd singing:
II A.N Q JtllrtjB MlUJill
to a sour apple tree. A procession was
then formed, which marched to the" jail
and demanded tho prisoner McCor
mlck, but the authorities would not do
liver him. Tho mob groaned and hissed
for half an hour, and t hen went to tho
GovermnentTlliilldiug ufid demanded that
Miller bo produced. Premier Norquny
camo out and addressed tho crowd,
saying tho Government would
give a proper account of
Ks position to tho public In a few days,
when tho blamo would bo put upon tho
proper shoulders. The crowd howled for
Miller, hut It was stated that ho had (led
the city In tlio afternoon. Ho was seen
to tako a train for St. Vincent, Minn.,
last evening. While tho mob was at tho
Government bulldlug, tho military with
fixed bayonets, inarched up and at
tempted to disperse tho crowd, but with
out success. Tho streets arc being par
aded by the mob, howling for satisfac
tion. A MAN OF NKltVE.
The Brave Aotlon of a Locomotive En
gineer. f Toikka, Kah., October 1. Information
la received hero at tho general ofllcos of
tho Santa Yi Road that au attempt was
mado Wodnesday night, throo miles east,
of Socorro, New Mexico, to wreck and
rob tho west-bound train. Stones were
plied on tho track, and tho wreckers
stationed themselves beside the pile and
ordered the engineer to stop. Instead of
doing so, ho put on a full head of steam
and wont ahead, knocking the obstruc
tions aside and passuig over tho spot In
ifety. Tho tolled wreckers fired several
hots at tho train.
I Down Thy Oo.
Naw York, Novmnbor 1. Relative to
CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1884.
light on acconnnt of others charging a
differential rate of a dollar and a half loss
thau thu Central. It is now said tho
Central will cut every time a differential
rate Is made, and will force the adoption
of an uniform fare by all tho roads run
ulng to Chicago, regardless of mileage.
The Pennsylvania maintains tho rate, und
claims that owing to superior accommo
dations travelers are wllllug to pay the
extra price, The West Shore, Baltimore
& Ohio, Erie, Lackawanna & Western all
reduced to $12.60 when tho Central's
figures were anuounutd..
Bobbed by an Old Trick. '
Cleveland, 0., November l.--Tho
Ihrald Publishing Company were robbed
yesterday ot between 00 and 700 by
means of an old and seemingly played
out confidence game. About noon a man
entered the counting room aud asked to
look over the flies. He remained there
for about ten uilnuteu, until Manager
Howe left for dinner, leavmg Mr. Agate,
the cashier, there alone. At this juncture
a confederate called at the door of the
odlce, stating to the cashier that a man
outside in a buggy wanted to speak to
him. Mr. Agate left the ofllco and re
mained ouUldo several minutes, talking
to the stranger, who apologized very
sweetly for calling 1dm out, giving as an
excuse that he was lame aud could not
leave hLs buggy. When the cashier re
turned the llterary-rnclined gentleman
was absent, aud on examination of the
cash drawvr showed ltd contents missing.
Captain William' Theory.
NkwYouk, November 1. Captain Wil
liams, of the Twenty-ninth Precinct, la
disposed to laugh over a somewhat
startling discovery In the vicinity ot Thir
tieth street and Fifth avenue. Karly to
day the officer on the post there picked up
a very fashiouablo brown beaver over
coat, black vest and black dress coat, all
lined with satin, a silk liat, a pair of silk
aocka, and a gold hunting-case watch and
chain worth $400; a pair of linen cuffs
with tho monogram "A. 1$.," and a silk
umbrella. They are now at the Thirtieth
street station house. Captain Williams
says his theory hi a drunken gentleman
disrobed In the street and afterward found
refuge In a resort or with a friend.
Brighton Beaoh Races.
Nkv Yoiik, Nov. 1. The postponed
races from Thursday at Brighton Beach
were run off yesterday afternoon. There
was a drizzling rain and the track was
muddy and sloppy. The attendance was
First IUce, For beaten horses; six fur
long: Hotachlmle, first; King B., second;
Hawthorn, third. Time, 1.21 34.
Second Haee All ages; one mile:
KrnppGun, first; Ben Woolley, second;
Kiddle, third. Time, 1.51. Mutuals paid
Third IUce Haudicap, for all ages; one
mite: Little Mlnch, first; Bouncer, sec
ond; Metropolis, third. Time 1.4:). Mu
tuals paid $11.50.
Fourth Kace All ages; 1 1-8 miles-.
Llizle Mack, first; K. Monee, second;
Haledon, third. Time, 2.02 8-4. Mu
tuals paid 88. SO. 1
Fifth liace Handicap stceplo chase
over tlie snort courses: Odette, tlrst; Jim
McGowan, second; Pawnee, third. Time,
z.m w, .Mutuais paid 'J.0.
A Wealthy Englishman's Daughter Dy
ing- in a Pittsburgh Alma-House.
PiTisBiitoir, Pa., November 1. A
woman aged thirty-six, who claims to
be the daughter of a wealthy English
man of high social position, Is dying In
a Pittsburgh alms-house. She states
that she eloped from Wolverton, Eng.
land, ut the age of sixteen, with a ser
vant. Mie was disinherited, and her hus
band deserted her here In 1S77. Kivi
years ago her brother, at the head of
too largi-st tool making firm Iu Eng
land, visited hero as the guest o it
large Iron man. As he passed through
the streets In a carriage, tho sister
watched him from tho curbstone. Two
weeks ago her health broke down',' and
she sought shelter in, the alms-house.
The above facts were told by the Poor
Board, who promised to withhold the
womau's uaine until after her death.
Suicide From Grief.
CooncRSTowx, N. Y., November 1.
William Harris, a blacksmith, living ut
Lentsvllle, five miles eust of here, hanged
himself this afternoon, lie placed a slip
ping noose knot around Ids neck, drew It
tight as possible, then 'wound tho rope
three times around his neck, held it with
his hand, laid down on the bed and died.
He was found lyltig on tho bed by one
who chanced to go lu on an errand.
Hannis' wife died lust
has been depressed ever since, lie at-
teniieu a Democratic meeting here last
night, und told a fellow-Democrat that ho
would not be here to vntj
llo has a grown son, and was fifty
yours old. No cause can be assigned ex
cept urooiiing over the loss of his wife.
A MISSION WELL PKHFOKMED. .
The Speolal Police Returning from Mlchl
plooten with Prisoners.
Dhtkoit, Mich., November l.-A spe
clal from Sault Ste. Marie, Out., says, tho
Toronto pollco sent to quell tiio disturb
once at Mlchlplcoton, arrived lust night
ou their way home. They had llvo prls
oners Implicated lu tlw rioting. Four of
tho ring loaders In tho riot took to tho
woods, armed wlUi repeating rilles, and
have not boon captured, but are likely to
be. Tho whisky gnng has been com
pletely broken up, ami a largo quantity of
Rival Political Rallies. ,
Macon, Mo., November 1. Tho Ku
publlcuns hud a big turn out yesterday,
und last night a grand torchlight proces
sion and exhibition of fire-works and
flambeau lights. Montleth, of St. Louis,
and other orators snoku. Tim Donwwraiu
lire having a big tlmo to-day, and to-night
Colonel Johu F. Williams aud otliers will
address tho people,
A Beli-Appointod Deputy Hangman.
Lima, O., November 1, Don Hoffuer,
tho wealthy farmer who murdered his
wife Thursday near Westminster, this
county, attempted to commit suicide by
hanging In tho Jail here yesterday. . He
tore a blanket In two aud wlUi tho pieces
and his suspenders made a hangman's
nooso and suspended hlmnclf from tho
colling. The other prisonous heard his
struggles aud alarmed the Sheriff, who
but him dow Tho son, who Is HI of
TTiwoifi revt, u is M nwwtwiwd T hi
Groat Cleveland and Hendrloka
Meeting in WallStreet,
Blaine Makea a Eying Trip to Hartford",
New Haven and Bridgeport, Connecti
cut A Monster Procession.
K Big Day at Pittsburgh Cleveland Goes
to New 4York-Nipped I
Great Cleveland and Hendricks Rally.
New Yoiik, November 1. The broad
thoroughfare that forms the lower part of
Wall street was blockaded this afteruoou
by a large multitude, who sent up fre
quent cheers for Cleveland and Hen
dricks. Fully 6,000 persons joined In this
demonstration, which was conducted by
the Dowu-Town Merchants' Cleveland
Club. The main stand stood just above
South street, and faced west. The other
stand was at the corner of Wall and Water
streets. Each structure was enveloped
In red, white and blue bunting. It waa
raining slightly. In front of the uialn
stand was the significant legend:
"any r.un but iiik rkign ok mo
nopoly." Tho music of two bands stirred tho en
thusiasm of the crowd, and soon after
three o'clock henrty cheers were heard
all along Wall street, and a goodly dele
gation from the Stock Exchange Cleve
land Club marched down from Broad
street. The brokers were given a place
directly In front of tho main stand.
Each one of the down town business
Interests was represented In the crowd.
When Henry Ward Beecher appeared on
the main stand he wa vigorously cheered.
Tho rain had ceased and the crowd was
comfortable and enthusiastic. Mr.
Beecher was accompauied by his wife and
Mrs. W. C. Beecher. When Lewis Mad
dux, President of the club, presented tho
Plymouth pastor, the cheering lasted
fully two minutes.
. The Kepuhlican managers sought to take
advantage of so large a crowd by cir
culating their campaign documental
Thousands of essays upon the tariff wero
showered upon the people from the house
tops, but they only excited derision and
"IH'RN TIIKSE I.KTTEKd!"
Mr. Beecher spoke aubstcnllally us fol
Fkllow Citizens: I am very glad to
meet so many worklngmeu. As I came
up from among the common people .and
have always worked for them an well as
among them. 1 feel It my privilege aud
my duty to say one single word to-day
about bread and water. Laughter.
You certainly are very singularly placed
if yon have not heard it said that I
thought that ?1 a day was enough for the
workingm. aud that bread aud water
was good enough for them. Hear
tbe truth. When, In 1877, the riots at
Pittsburgh threatened to run all over the
couutry, I thought it necessary to under-
tane to say to my irieutls, the working
people, that they must stand iu their
place and be patient; that the trouble
was not with the working men any
more, but with all the men in the com
munity. When the bankers were
upset, the merchants breaking and
the maufacturers going down,
,tho common people were only
one clement In the universal distress.
And I say this: "Wait in peace instead of
rioting or discomfort, stand like men in
your places, and wait for tho cloud to
break, and the trouble to disappear. And
even if you cannot make but one dollar a
day, make that. And even If you cannot
with that buy more than bread and water,
staud by that till tho troubles pass
away." - Loud cheers. If any body
don't believe that doctrine he don't
belong to the common people of
common sense. A 'great many strange
thiugs are happening. There have been
a great many royal banquets given In New
York, but tho greatest is the Golden ban
quet of this week. Mr. Blaine has been
charged with representing tho capital
ists and using their money to work ujwn
tho courts, upon Legislatures, und
upon the Governments, and, if ho hud
been as wise as he thinks ho is, he
never would have gone to that dinner."
OS For Hartford, Conn.
New York, November 1. Mr. Blaiuo
left the Fifth Avenue Hotel at half past
elgiit this morning, and with Postmaster
Manley drove to tho Grand Central Depot,
where he took tho nine o'clock train for
Hartford. From Hartford Mr. Blaino
will go' to New Haven, and then return to
Sow York, stopping at Bridgeport and
other places along tho route.
Passing Through New Haven.
Nkw IIavkn, Conn.. November 1.
Mr. Blalue passed through here at eleven '
o clock this morning on his way to Hart
ford. Ho did not leave his car. He
shook hands with ubput 100 persons dur
lug tho stop.
Hartford, Conn., November 1. Tho
Blaino party urrlved ut noon, aud were ut
onco driven along a Hue of uniformed
campaign clubs, numbering about 10,000.
more were along tho streets uearly 10,
000 spectators. Carriages p.imljilnlinr Mr.
Blaino, Senator Iluwlev. John C.
Fremont, Chauncey M. Depew,
Mayor Bulkley, Lyndo Harrison und
Henry B. Harrison wero driven
to a stand In front of tho City Hall.
Applause was then rrlven Mr. Illiilnn us
ho ascended tho steps with tho other gen-
iiemen. ncnaior iiawiey proceeded at
onco to Introduce tho candidate. Ad
dressing tho crowd In a brief eulogium
of Blaine, after which Mr. Blaino and
others made short addresses which were
A Big Day at Pittsburgh.,
rrrTMJtniGn, Pa., November 1. This
has been a great day. Tho parade of tho
Republican party wati without doubt ono
of tho finest political demonstrations ever
witnessed hero. Tho weather was all
that could bo desired. Tho procession
moved at 11:80, and was everywhere en
thusiastically received by crowds of
townspeople and visitors from the coun
try. It to estimated that there wero about
2,000 men in linos dubs wero present
from Ohio, Weal Vtnrlnhi, and all towns
grand Industrial display on many of tho
wagons, lu which men were busy at work.
Cleveland Goes, to New York.
Albany, N. Y., November 1. Cleve
land quietly took his departure for New
York at 9 a.m. There was no demon
titration of note at his departure. The
Governor was accompanied by Colonel
F'arnsworth. Both occupied a private
compartment lu a parlor car.
Rescue of the Passengers and Crew
of the Maasdam.
New York, November 1. Janice Br,ay,
who wua a passenger on tho Maattdam,
The ftro began about 7 a. m. There was
ruunli confusion ut first, but tho admirable
conduct of the Captain and crew helped to
reassure u. The appliances for extbirulsli.
Iiik the Humes wfro limited, but the men
worked well. Whi n It became neceimary to
take to tbe boats, an olllour was a.nlKiied to
euih boat.whu saw Unit the womtm got lu
Urnt and that there were cu8k s ot water and
Mseiiits provided. We Uoatd near the ship,
tin. I at durk bt'KHn tiring rocknu and blue
llKhls. When the Kheln emne np, some of
the women were so prostrated from anxiety
and exposure that thfv bad to be hoisted
aboard with rop;s. The Captain gave up hi
room to them, and did everything to make
all the replied pHssttnKers comfortable. We
lost everythlriK hut the clothes we woro. I
think we floated from i to 1 p. in.
Abram Saut, of Montague, Mich., an
other passenger, says he thinks the boats
were out from 1 to 10 p. m. The sea was
quite rough. Many of the emigrants lost
considerable mi ma of moeey. Saul's
father claims to have had 8,000 In gold
In his trunk.
An officer of the Rheln says: Tho sea
was heavy. When wo sighted the burn
ing vessel we changed our course and ran
down ou her. The first boat we reached
was tho captain's. We picked him up
with thirty others, Including (several
women aud children. We soon came
across the other five boats and took all
the occupants off. Had they floated two
hours longer they must have all been lost,
for a heavy storm came np, which only a
staunch ship could outride.
Castle Garden Superintendent Jackson
says that the authorities will not allow
any of the Maasdam's passengers to suf
fer, but would assist aud forwurd them
to their destination.
New York, November 1. Reports have
been current since Tuesday that William
II. Vanderbilt was seriously ill. His phy
siclun said yesterday that while driving
out a week ago Mr. Vanderbilt caught a
severe cold, aud was advised to remain In
the house for a few days. He did so, aud
steadily Improved, aud Is now fully re
covered. He went out to make a call
Thursday night, but remained Indoors
yesterday on account of the rain. ,
Bradford, Pa., November 1. Tho
dally production of the petroleum field
was Increased 10,052 barrels during Oc
tober. This was Caused by the new But
ler field with Its phenomenal wells. The
oiu ileitis are being almost neglected.
Bill Bass Hanged.
Dallas, Tex;, November 1. At Paris
the county seat of Lamar County, fully
iz.ooo persons gathered ' round the jail
yard yesterday to witness the hanging of
Bill Bass, a negro, for criminal assault on
Lou illiams, a paralytic who lived on
me roor rami. Bass mounted tho gal
lows with a hesitating tread and broke
tlown completely. At 4 :45 p. m. tho trap
ien. ms necK was oroKen.
A Quietin? Decision.
New Orleans, La., November 1. The
political situation which had reached a
state of dangerous bitterness, was much
improved by United States Circuit Court
Judge Pardee's decision that the Federal
Courts had no control over the registra
tion, ana couia not strike from the books
the names Of the 7.000 nersons elnimnil tn
be fraudulently registered. This greatly
relieves tue Democrats, who needed every
vote tney are entitled to. Tho election
will doubtless be close.
Convicted of Manslaughter.
London, Can., November 1. Somo
time ago George Dingman, a clerk In
Jleak's drug store In Mount Bridges, a
village fifteen miles southwest of hero,
cave two little trirls strvchninn lnnti.H.r! nf
sautanlue. The children died and Ding-
man was arrested, and hw trial, which
concluded yesterday resulted lu a verdict
Mr. Hugh McCulloch qualified as Sec
retary of the Treasury.
Tho Connelly polygamy case was dis
missed at Salt Lake City. ,
A convention of Christian workers, led
by Moody and Sankey, Is In session at
The Congress for the Advancement of
Women, which has beeu in session in Bal
Bradstreet's review shows no improve
ment In trade over last week, the reports
men snowing a general depression.
Ben. Heffner, a farmer living near
Lima, 0., killed his wife and then tried to
kill his son, daughter and daughter-in-law.
The New York Central cut passengor
rates to Chicago, and the West Shore cut
still deeper. The Erie also joined in tho
J. J. Bailie, discharged book-keeper ot
tiie National Bank of America, Chicago,
Is accused of being $,000 short hi Ma ac
counts. Tho St. LouIh & San Francisco Railway
Company applied to tho New York Stock:
Exchange to list 180,000 additional
general mivrtgage bonds.
Colonel Buniside, late disbursing offi
cer ot tho Post-olflco Department, was In
dicted by the grand jury at Washington
ou a chargo of oinbezxlcmeni.
Tho Colorado Pool lines arranged de
tails and mapped out territory. Georgo
II. Daniels was elected Commissioner
and J. F. Tucker, arbitrator.
Qulncy (111.) roughs took a young man
across tho ferry and robbed him ol oon
sklornlde money, rrmhed his skull and
then threw the body into th riftix.
Bill Bass, colored, was hangod at Paris,
Tex. Geo. II Ul, In Cherokeo County,
Ga., and Ike Fain, colored, at Kingston,
Tenn., wore also legally launched into
Representatives Mllliksn and Stewart
of the Committee on Expenditure In th
Department of Justice have signed a mi
nority report on the Investigation by that
GoorgoW. IUstlno, lornwiy gtberal
manager of the Texas tk m. Louts Ltfw.L
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity,
strength nml whdleHorneneas ilore economical
Iban ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in com
petition with tho multitude of low test, short
weight, alum o lhnrphate powder. Sold only
in cans. ROYAL HAKlNCf rWbt'R CO., ;$j
10U Wad Street, New York.'
W. 6. CAET,
fparse in readi
ness when called
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Slieloygau Mineral Sprinys Water,
A .WATS ON HAND,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOUIS C. HERBEKT,
(Successor to Cha: T- Sewlandand
Plurabei, Steam and Gas Fir
Commercial Ave , bet. feuth aud Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Parana furnished and
pump. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMF'
he boat pump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
urninhed to order. Old fixtures repaired and
Mr Jobbing promptly attended to 819-tf
-Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
AM. KINDS OP AMU.vmON.
Safe. Keaalred. All Ktndi ol Keys Undo.
DEALERS IN f
FLOUR, URALN AND HA
Egyptian Flo ur in g Mi I s
Hl(rh8t CtMb Pre Paid tor Whiat
lid Regular Cairo A Paducah Uallj
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