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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1884.
IN THE PASTRY
r21,!.,ll!.,,i;,'??!,,,,,0!,,,,' !. aorfnkM,
crem,rii(JUIiiir., t.,. drllrulrly and unU
rlly u the fruit from which Ihry itrr ud.
rOtt TKEXGTII AND TRUE Fit LIT
FLAVOJt THEY STAND ALOE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, lii. st. Louis, mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dt. Trice's Lupiiliii Yeast Gems,
Ht-.l Dry Hop Yru.l.
WE HAKE UUT ONE OCAUTY.
v!. W. HENDERSON,
No. 19i Commercial Ave.,
fiole Agent foi the Celebrated.
also carries the largest aud bft eelectml it ick ol
eer bmught tithe city, Price, ranging front the
lo.esi lur cbeip etove up to the clu.erl figures
ON the FINEST and REST.
Builder.' riirdwiro, and I complete as.ortinent of
Tinware, Granlleware. Kirttieovrire and i general
line of House Furnishing lioods. Lamp., Fixtures,
etc. Call indexamln before parciia..ng.
Coranr 12th ind Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Is.
Goldstine & Rosenwater
13G & 138 Com'l Ave.
bare a full and complete lint of
Lini'ii Goods, Dusters, Sotions, Etc.
A bear? stock ol Bod; Brunols, Taper
tnei and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'.bs, all ilros and prices.
All Oooctai at Bottom Priopsil
A. B. SMITH.
IUBEBT A. IMITV
Grand Central Store.
DE ALE US IN
1KO. - - ILL,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Lafyt Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEY YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth trout I Pa Sim 111
Commercial Avnnnof ttlM). I U
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mn, AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Next Alexander Co, Hank, HtH St
IVOood Stock and l'rlcei Reasonable..,:!
The Dailv Bulletin.
Tho Canvass of tho Vote In New
York County Gomos to
And With It the Last Lingering Hop of
Sugcosb Prepares- to Desert the
Unless the Few Remaining Counties Come
to the Rescue, Then Gaod
Tha City Canvass Closed. 1
New Youk, November IS, UjBS p. in.
Thi) count of the electoral vote In the
county by tho official canvasser Las Just
been completed. George BIIhs acknowl
cilgcfl Cleveland's plurality In tbla county
be 43,100. This will umko Cleveland's
plurality In tho Statu about 1,100.
Counting- the Vote.
New Youk, November 15. Tho board
of canvassers to-day weut alonjr rapidly,
commencing at 9 a. in., and canvasolnjj;
only tho electoral ticket. The Fifteenth,
Sixteenth and Seventeenth Assembly
district. shinvd only trifling error.
In the Eighteenth Assembly district Maine
pilned twetity-soveri votes In first elec
tion district. In the Third election district
Cleveland's vote as published was 31U,
while tho correct footing gave him L'lS,
Cleveland's loss was Uu votes. The Six
teenth Election District showed a big
mistake. Tho published returns
pave Cleveland "i votes, while,
tho County Clerks and Super,
visors' returns gave him '271 votes,
and It was so canvassed. The Eighteenth
Assembly District was completed by one
o'clock, tho canvass having shown that
lilaine up to that hour on to-day's can
vas had gained l-'7 votes and Cleveland
SS'jO votes over the press returns.
Cabinet Makers Talk.
Indianapolis, Ind., November 15. A
politician in a position to talk, remarks:
"If any of the party are trying to make
a breach between Mr. Hendricks and Mr.
MeDouald, it Is Ill-advised and futile.
I know that a perfect understanding has
been brought about between these
gentlemen, and that on Thursday evening
following tho election Hendricks called
upon McDonald at his residence, and the
two were closeted together for sev
eral hours. I believe if Indiana Is rec
ognized in the cabinet McDonald will bu
thrt Attorney-General. Judge Niblack, ol
the Supreme Court, Is ulso being talked
about for Attorney-General, but he said
last night that lnany event his name niii-t
not be used in that or any (similar matter,
cither m opposition to .McDonald or to
his prejudice, in auy respect."
Only a Routine Performance.
New Yojsk, November 15. The World
says: "Tho Hoard of Aldermen yester
day completed the canvass of fourteen
Assembly Districts of tho city, without
finding any material change in the foot
ings as already announced. A few errors
were discovered and corrected, and upon
the whole (Governor Cleveland has a net
gain of about thirty votes. Cleveland's
plurality In tho city will not vary much
from 43,250. All the other counties In tho
8uto have been officially canvassed,
and the ten remaining districts in this
city will be finished to-day, tho intention
being to canvass only the electoral ticket,
and thus put an end to the matter, as has
already been observed. Tho canvassing
in this city is purely a clerical, rout Ino
performance. Nothing can come of it,
except to confirm the verdict already re
ceivod. Cleveland's plurality In the State
will be 1,250 or thereabouts."
Preparing (or the Inauguration.
Washington, 1). C, November 15.
Anticipating that the official count will not
materially change the result of the Presi
dential election, many clubs and organiza
tion have placed upon tile at tho hotels in
this city applications for accommodations
during Inauguration week. Among those
received yesterday was one from Albany,
tngagft.j accommodations for WO per
eon. A gentleman of Nov York Informed
a representative of the I'nlted Press that
prominent politicians of that city arc pre
paring to celebrate the Inauguration in a
very elaborate manner. In addition to
larger organizations which will participate,
a number of private clubs and associa
tions, snch as tho Muller Guards, w ill bo
present attired In handsome uniforms and
Governor Crittenden's Aspirations.
jKk KERHo.s C'l i T, Mo., November 15.
Governor Crittenden has announced him
self a candidate for Secretary of tho In
terior. Tho last heard of Crittenden's
aspirations was that ho intended to ap
point a Court of Appeals In Kansas City
who would appoint him Clerk of tho
Hon. John T. Heard was nominated for
Congress In tiio Sixth District by acci
dent. In his canvass ho declared that If
ho did not reonlve as many votes ns any
ono of his predecessors ho wtfhld not, If
elected, bo a candidate for re-election. As
ho has not received within 800 votes as
many as Cosgrovc, he is, of course, out of
tho racu In 18SG.
Drawing to a Close.
New Yoiik, November 16. Tho Demo
crats anticipate tho conclusion of tho
electoral canvass to-day or to-night, and
providing there are no slips In tho ex
pected programme their headquarters In
the Hoffman IIouso will bo practically de
serted. Chairman Smith and 8oorctary
Bunn aru both worn out by tholr arduous
labors during tho luwt ton days, and they
will return ns soon as posslblo to their
homes tip in tho State, The National
headquarters, on Twonby-fourth street,
will probably not remain atxni morn than
two or throo (lays longm, and Colouol
John Traoey and. his olUolont corps of
anlstants w 111 also be enabled to tuko
Guarding the Eeoorda.
Portland, Ouu., November IB A dis
patch rooolvod to-night from Harrington,
tho county scat of Lincoln Comity, states
that forty armed tuou aro guarding the
Court-house,, and will not penult tha ruo
oeds to bo removed nutli tho aJHugod oluo
ttoufriwdg jum lDvttko-3. TsotiUo IS
The Vote Complete From All But Two
jKKKKiusosi City, Mo., November 15.
Report have been received at tho Secro
tary of Stale's office from all tho counties
In tho State except Douglass and Web
ster, On l'reslduntlal and Gubernatorial
candidates tho vote stands i Cleveland,
234,564 1 lllalno, 190,778 1 St. John, 1,501! ;
Cleveland's plurally, 84,681 j Cleveland's
majority, 38,075. Marmaduke has U17
U'J t votes j I'ord, 206,004 j Urooks, 10,8'J4j
Marnmduke's plurality, 12,'J30 Marma
duko's majority, a,68fl. Tho majority In
favor of the constitutional amendment
concerning tho Judiciary department from
tho sarno counties is 18,85.
Final Fisrures Not Available.
New Youk, November 15. The Evening
rutt says tho canvass of tho electoral
vote cannot bo published this afternoon,
because Assembly Districts Beveuth,
Ninth and Thirteenth cannot bo included,
owing to tho fact that tho return from
their Election Dlhtrlcts have been sent to
the Committee on Corrected Koturus on
account of discrepancies.
The Standard Weakens.
Svhaci'se, N. Y., November 15. Tho
Syracuse Murning StunJur't, Republican,
says this morning that In Its judgment
Cleveland has carried tho State, and ex
presses tho opinion that this view will bl
accepted by Republicans throughout tha
' Conoedos Cleveland's Eloctlon.
CmCAtio, Iu. November 15. Tho Chi
cago Trihunf, which has persisted in de
claring liialue elected to a greater degree
even than its New York namesake, In lt.1
Issue this morning concedes Cleveland's
Brighton Beaoh Races.
New Yoiik, November 15. This was
the ono hundredth day of the season at
Brighton I5each. Six races with full en
tries were on the programme. The
crowd was large and the betting very
First Race Maidens of all ages, five
furlongs: Choctaw, first ; Theodorus and
Fandango ruu a dead heat for second
place. Time, 1:04 1-1'. Mutuals paid
Second Race Three-year-olds and up
ward for beaten horses, three-quarters of
a miles Richard L., tlrst; Gleubar, sec
ond; Emery, third. Time, 1:18 1-2.
Third Race For all ages, one mile;
Tilford, first; Iucoustant, second; Leroy,
third. Time, 1:45 3-4. Mutuals, $34.65. !
Fourth Race Handicap for all ages, i
mile and a furlong: Valley Forg first;
R. Mouee, second; Ten Strike, third.
Time, 1:5S. Mutuals, $'.'9.
Fifth Race All ages, scven-vlghths of a
mllet Herbert, first; Lizzie Mack, second ;
Sam Rrown, third. Time, 1:31. Mu
Sixth Race Selling allowanoos, ono
mile and a quarter, over five hurdles:
Geo. McCullough, first; Rochester, sec-S,
end; Puritan, third. Time, S:20 i-iM '
Mutuals paid 9VJ.HO.
The International Park Soheme.
Toiio.nto, Can., November 15. Sir
Alexander Campbtdl, representing the
Dominion, held a conference in this city
to-day with Hon. Oliver Mowat, tho
Premier of l ntarlo, 89 to tho best sUps
to be taken for expropriating all tho terri
tory on the Canadian side of tho river
between tho Susenslou Urldgo ami
Street's Islands, proposed to be set apart
as tbo Canadian portion of the Inter
national Park, that is to include Niagara
Falls. It Is said a fdvorablo understand
ing was arrived at, and that it will not be
long before tho scheme Inaugurated by
Lord Dufferin will bo an accomplished
aud International fact.
The Late Census Beports.
Wamiiinoton, D. C, November 15.
Mr, Seatou, Superintendent of tho con
sus, In his annual census report, stutcs
that during the year nluo volumes of tho
census reports have been published, mak
ing In all eleven volumes. Tho Superin
tendent asks that the time for tho com
pletion of all tabulation bo extended to
June 80, 1885, and the timo of completing
the census bo extended to June 3o, 188(1.
He asks for $45,000 to meet a deficiency
In the present fiscal year, and 10,000 for
the next fiscal year.
The Kate War.
New Youk, November 15. The New
York Central Railroad has just announced
a reduction in tho first-class rato to Chi
cago and Cincinnati to $10.50 and St.
Louis $13. This Is a reduction of $1.50
to the tlrst two named cities and of $3 to
St. Louis, and meets tho rates of tho
otherllnes. Tho brokers are selllug nt a
dollar below theso rates.
The Burn Burners Around.
Syiiaitsic, N. Y., November 15. A
state of terror prevails among tho farmers
near Ceto, Cayugo County, on acoouut of
barn burners. Many of them now re
main on guard every night thoroughly
armed, within tho year six barns and
one dwelling havo been burned In one
neighborhood, and several attempts at
arson havo been frustrated.
Drink or Death.
CniCAoi), III., Novonibef 15. Louise
Slaughter, a colored woman, was shot
tills morning by her husband, who de
manded money to buy liquor, which sho
refused to give hlnu Ho afterward shot
himself Inflicting a fatal wound. Tbo
woman may recover,
Where the Baby Came From.
Citix'Auo, III., November 15. A
baker named Georgo V. Rrookos, doing
business on West Madison struct, w hllo
floating his oven heard a cry Inside and,
opening llto door, found a bundle which
proved to contain a boy baby. Ho scut It
to the FotiudlLng's Home,
Civunnati, O., November 15. Tru
man 11. Handy, the noted grain sMicnila
tor of this olty and Chicago, who was
thrown from his carriage last night, ro
codved Injuries resulting In bis death nt
five o'clock this morning.
Harrow Baoapo of Prisoner.
EvTjtuititKN, Ala., Kovombor 15-Tbo
jail of Monroe County has been burned to
tlie ground- Tun prutonoi'H confined
therein baridgr encapod with Uutir Um,
Tho flro U wiptpowed to hav twin w
THE TEXAS HORROR,
Later Particulars From the Scene
of Disaster on tho Houston
& Central Railway.
How the AooidVnt Was Caused-A Wicked
Crime-Eff-otive Aid Rendered by
the Engineer and Fireman.
Revised and Corrected List of tbo Killed
and Wounded Several Passen
gers Still Missing,
Not sro, Tex., November 15. Owing
to the wires getting tangled up nows of
tho great railway accident fifty miles
uorth of here was brought by some of tha
crew of tho wrecked train, who came la
on a hand-car. TLey stuto that the cars
wero broken Into kindling wood and Im
mediately caught lire, and it looked as
though all the jwissetigers would
be roasted but tho engineer
and fireman, who wero on tho
engine and unhurt, worked llko heroes,
aud extinguished tho names before they
attained much headway, thus saving many
persons from a horrible death.
A passenger states that many of tlio
passengers w ere asleep at tho time. When
the baggage car went over thoso who
were awuku felt the shock aud rushed to
the buck platform of the smoking car,
from which they jumped luto tho river
aud saved their lives. It Ls believed that
two were drowned.
lu the early morning light little could
be been. The wreck had formed a dam
half way across the river, and the cries of
the wounded could bo heard for a long
distuuee. It was only a few feet from the
bank to tho first car, aud armed with axes
from the locomotive, a rescuing party set
to work, and In a short tune recovered tho
di al ami Injured. One body was in the
baggage-car, four lu the sleeping coach
ami the remainder in tho ladies' coach.
A messenger was sent to llenipstead,
and shortly after daylight aid arrived.
Physicians look charge of tho wounded,
and tho relatives of tho dead wero In
formed by telegraph.
As soon as the wounded were cared for
an Investigation was begun. It was evi
dent at the Hi st glance that a great crime
had been committed. Some person or
persons had drawn the spikes and re
moved two llsh-plates for tho purpose of
wreekiL tho train, but the guilty parties
have not been discovered. The people
are greatly excited over the outrage, and
parties are now scouring the country for
the men who committed It. If caught
they will be ljuched.
Following Is a corrected list of the
killed and wounded:
Lewis Cado.a, passenger agent Georgia
ft Miss Mary Thorp, Fort Worth.
JJ. B Juiovls, baggage master, New Ur-
' Gr(,ei Lewllli o ,
toarne, Tex.: porter.
Leonard i,aKo, newsooy-
Peter liulger, emigrant.
Mrs. Sarah Stark, of Kansas.
(.hie Scandinavian Immigrant.
Two bodies are supposed to be at the
bottom of the river, as there are half a
dozen passengers still missing.
C. F. Wallls, Galveston.
John Alstou, Austin, cut In head and
Lorenzo McMulleu, express agent, In
M. Fortran, Galveston, cut In tie thigh
The Rev. J. O. John, editor of tho
Christian Aflrocntfi, Galveston, badly in
jured, will probably die,
William Rodgers, Mississippi, fractured
John Oones, Houston, arm broken.
John Edwards, England, scalp wounds.
II. Victor, Galveston, long gash in
William Gimerkk, Galveston, hip in
jured. James Galvin, New York, back in
jured. John Arlington, scalp wounds.
Mary Manlon, Jefferson, Tex., Internal
Ellen Wilson, Texarkana, cut face.
Mrs. James llarton, spino Injured.
One child badly Injured, and ono Immi
grant whoso name could not bo learned.
PLTCKKD T1IK FAT UOOSE.
A Good Boy Gone Wron on Wall Street.
New Youk, November 15. Ho was a
popular young man; possessed the full
confidence of his employers and Is a mem
ber of tho Coffoo Exchange. His name Is
S. B. Ellis. Yesterday tne following no
tkio was posted In tho Exchange; It was
directed to thosuporlntoiulent:
"Wo hereby revoke the authority given
to Mr. 8. li. Ellis to sign contracts for us
and to represent us on your Exchange.
You will please advtoo menibors of Umj
Exchange by placing this notice on your
bulletin board, or In any other way usual
In giving such information. Leigh &
Another notice readi "Wo beg to re-1
quest members of tho Exchange having,
open contracts with us to verify tho samo
at their earliest convenience. Leigh &
This firm does business In cotton and
coffee at No. 48 Wall street. They sent
similar notices to tho Cotton Kichange,
of which they aro member. Mr. Leigh
said yesterday that Ellis had boon In their
employ for many years ever slnoo hoi
was a boy. Ho was tholr representatlvoi
on tho Coffeo Exchange. On Thursday
night they learned that Ellis had been
apcculatlng on his own U half and signing
tlio linn's nanm to his Individual con
tracts. Mr. LeJgh was dumbfoundod at
this discovery. Ho liiimodhUoly dls
"1 do not caro," said Mr. Lclh, 4to
ntHiuk of any action that wo may take
against him, but ho ban certainly misbe
haved himself. Kills has been In the office
all day trying to straighten out his af
fair. Ho has lost money in cotton as
well as coffeo, and wo will havo to shoul
der tho loss, as be signed onr named tooou-'
tracts representing his private peoula-'
tlons. 1 do not kn t If Ellis can bo proao
cultnl for anything but broach of trust..
We liked Klltsi ovorylxxly liked htm, but,
If we had known that he was speouialiug,,
wo would have dlscliargod him In an tn
Btant. The story oil the street that we
etuiWattiirocte tut Mia la tjuUreir (t)w
Tie luai ao,. prnrsf r Jfl
except that which la Implied In his being
our representative on the Exchange."
At tlio Coffeo Exchange It was said that
Ellis Is only twenty-two or twenty-throo
years old, but was regarded as an active
and prouibtlng young business man. Ho
Is single and Uvea In Jersey City. Ills
losses In coffoo alone aro thought to beta
tho neighborhood of $4,000. It was the
ImproHiilon In tho Exchange that ho had
money of his own and the "old hands" at
speculation looked at him as a "fat goose
A Daughter's misalliance Breaks Her
Loitsiujj, Kt, November 15 Jo
seph Keck, an old Frenchman, has kept a
fruit store lu the upper part of this city
for many years. Ho had a very pretty
black-eyed daughter named Rosa, who
became the center of attraction of tho
store and made It a popular stand- Sorao
two squares away from the store Id La
fayottu street, tho thoroughfare for vloe,
and In tho midst of the street a handsome
follow named James Morshom kept a sa
loon lurgely patroulxod by yports. How
Mershom became acquainted with Rosa
Keck is not known, but sho who had
laughed at all the dudes full des
perately In lovo with the handsomo
"Tough." About a year ago Rd man
Keck a wlfo dlod and left four small chil
dren, with Rosa to tako her place as a
mother to them. A few weeks ago tho
old man ordered Mershom out of hid
house on accouut of his charaoter and as
sociates. Mershom at once eloped with
tho pretty fruit-seller and married her.
Yesterday morning when old man Kock's
eldest sou, aged ten, came down stairs ho
found his father hanging from tho banis
ters, by a clothes line, dead. In tlio
suicide's pocket was this note lu French:
"My daughter rau away from mo. I
am ashamed to live longer. I am sorry
to do this, but my heart is brokeu, and I
had better make an end of my life. Good
bye to all my friends.
Signed Joseph Keen,
No. C28 Preeton Street.
In the meantime, Rosa presides at tho
saloon and dance-house.
Tardy Justice Done at Last A Fifteen-Year-Old
Triple Murder Avenged.
Memphis, Ten.v., November 15. Some
fifteen years ago John D. Thompson, re
siding near Somerville, In Fayetto Coun
ty Teuu., having a spite against a neighbor
named Bailey, tilled a bottlo with liquor,
which ho poisoned with strychnine and
placed hi the road so that Bailey would
tlud It. His scheme succeeded, aud Hal
ley, together with two of his children,
drank of tho poisoned liquor aud died.
Their death remained a mystery un
til a year ago, .when Joseph Thompson,
a son of John D. Thompson was taken
very 111, and, thinking ho would die, con
fessed tho crime his fathor badoommlttod
fourteeu years previously, and of which
ho had full kuowiodge. Joseph Thomp
ftou did not die, but recovered, aud father
and son wore tried at Somerville last
Monday. Both wero convicted. The
father received a sentence of twenty-ouo
years in the Penitentiary and the son a
sentence of fourteen years.
AXDttEW SQU1HJSS IXDICTED.
The Man Who Cat Hia Brother to Pleoea
With a JaokiKniis to Answer For
Brooklitn, Conn., November 15. In
the Windham Comity Superior Court at
this plaoo Thursday, Andrew Squires of
West Ashford, who cut his brother to
pieces In a jack-knife duel at a "thresh
ing bee" In the Squires' barn in West
Ashford several wweks ago, was charged
by tho Grand Jury with murder In the
first degree. Squires will bo tried at the
April term of the Supreme Court. He is
aUout fifty years old. The duel In which
his brother was slain lasted ovor fifteen
minutes, both men being experts in the
use of the jack-knife. The other brothers
witnessed the fight. Tho quarrel was
over a horse trade.
Xterarded aa Suspicions.
Canton, Miss., November 15. J.
Stadeker & Son, one of the oldest and
tho largest incrcantllo firms of this place,
were attached last night to the extent of
$30,000, as follows: August Iiernhelm &
Bauer, New York, $3,000; Ralph Stade
ker & Co., New York, $11,000; S.
Kuhn & Co., Cincinnati, $3,000; J. Weis
& Co., New Orleans, $10,000; S.GumbclL,
& Co., New Orleans, $3,000. Tho total
liabilities exceed $75,000 and are dis
tributed .n New York, St. Louis, Cincin
nati, Chicago, Louisville, Richmond, Va.,
and New Orleans. Other attachments
will bo filed to-day. Tho amount of as
sets Is not stated. Tho failure creates a
sensation hero and is looked upon with
A Negro Inoendiary Caught in tha Aot
F.ufala, Ala., Novomber 15 Two at
temnts at incendiarism wero discovered
and frustrated In this city yeaterday. At
two o'clock In tho morning a man was dis
covered In tho rear of Berrlngor, Strauaa
A Co.'s store touching a match to a pile of
i . t i . nn. ii .
iroaving saturated wim Kerosene, w mio
fleeing, threo shots wore firod at him but
none took effect, and he escaped. The other
flro was In tlio rear of a store, but was
put out A vigilance oommlttoo has been
formed, and any Incendiary caught will
bo lynched. Following In the steps ot
yesterday's conflagration, nows oomes
from Harris County, Ga., that a ngro
inoendiary was detected In the aot and
A Bloody Xyttacy.
DrBUO.UK, Lt November 15. Thomas
Blako, Postmaster at Rtehardsvllle, to
this county, was In town and purchasod a
load of goods with which ho started homo
In tlio evening. This was tho last soon of
him. Ono of his horses was found yea
terday near Burton's furnace, seven miles
from bore. Tbo wagon was found In tho
wooils a fow rods from tlio road, tho seat
covered with Wood. Tho goods wero,
not disturbed. It is feared thai Mr.
IUako was murdered and bis body bid,
sway. A party of moo aro ougagod lu
scouring the coorttry.
A Klsslnc KLnlstr.
CflATTAJfoOGA, THICK., Novombef 15.
Roane County, ToonoMoo, Is thrown Into
a great exoiieincai over uio myswn-
SOT- iKuainnaMniM rJ Tr. William
Davis, a prominent minMorof tho county.
. . . ... 1 . 1 . ,.wa
lie Milt a lew oars ru vu tuu a bo
of his congregation, tad Is known to have
had $180 on hit penoo. Hlnc then he
had tint Sami mml Ills hat ml fiWOd kl
tto woo4s4 fertatfowl mu
Thl powder never varies. A mirvel of parity,
strength nnil wholi'somi'nem More economical
ihin ordinary kind., ana cannot bu sold id com
petition with tho inn 111 i uilu of low tent, short
weight, glum o rho.phMe pewilrr.. Sold only
la cans. ROYAL BAKING I'oWI)' It CO.,
10'i W u IStiuet, JSow York.
L. E. FALCONER,
SSi'j; V. (i. ("ary.
Wi Grave Vaults
alwavs on hand.
Hcarso in readi
ness when called
s iirtr- JPSgyjsj. w . guftp iwowpaMMw Jain
No. 12 (5th St., Cairo, 111
Munafactaror and Dealer In
Slielojg'aii Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HANI).
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th it Com'l
LOU JSC. HEllJJERTj
(Successor to Chas T. Newluud and
Steam and Gas Fi
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth aud Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnlnliod aud
put up. AL'nt for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"'
he beat )nmp ever Invented. New Has Fixtures
urnished to order. O il fixtures repulred and
UrMobblnu promptly attended to 310-tf
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Avo. ud Levee. (j
CHOKE BOUINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMD.VITION.
Safe. ItA'jaired. All Kinds ol Keys Mnde.
t LUl'K, GRAIN AND IIA'V
HiarbAStCanta Prloe Paid lor Wh. at
The Regular Cairo A l'uducah Dallj
Si GUS FOWLER
llfCNHY K. TAYLOR, Master.
UUOUUJC JOllBs, Clerk.
loiv.is rdacahforOlro dally (Snndari ctctpt
iDatS a. in., and Mound City all p. ro. Hatnra
mt.leatel Cairo at 4 p.m. t Mound City at I p. .