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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 18W.
IN THE PASTRY
Vanllla,l.nK,Oran(e, !., flavor Cakta,
lr.au. Puil'll..,. fee. lta drllrulely and nut
rally a. Ibe fruit from u hick they ure made.
FOU VTItEMTU AM) TRIE FKU1I
FLAVOK THEY STAND ALO.NE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
ChlCMO, Ilk st. Loui., Mo.
Dr.Prlci's Crtam Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Liipulin Veast Gems,
Ileal Dry II ou Vca.t.
3TOH BAIt; GHOC3EI2Q.
WB UiILK BUT ONE QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON
No. lOiComraemal Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrate '
alticrrle tbe'ar:rt aud ht f-lecttd tuc ol
em brought t tbe cliy. Price raiulup frnn, the
loit. lr i cheap rtuve op tj the ciul furv.
ON the FINEST and REST.
HEADQUARTERS I OR
Bnlldorn' lMr lware, and a cum:Mo atoitmento
Tinwirx, Oratiltewaru, Karthenara mi ' e-m r
lineoflluiae K'irn:h:n.' tiood. Lamp., fixture,
etc, tail andrxamln hfor pn ci . nir.
Corner 1 lib ar.d Coinnu-rcla Avi-uuc.CaTo, III.
Telephone No. 'si
Goldstine & Hosemvater
130 &c 138 Com'l Ave.
hare a full and complete lino of
Linen Goods, Du-iteM, So'lon, Etc.
A heavy itocic ol Body Bru(e!t, Taper
tnea aod Ingrain
A full Block of 01) o'.be, all ala'.'l and pMcca .
All Ooodaj tt Bottom Prioead
fat. . aar?H.
Grand Central Store.
OTITIC - ILL
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK OITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSK
NKW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth atroot I in j .... It
CnmmiircUl Avinnn ' ' an t' i
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mm. AMANDA CLARliSOK, Agont.
Next Alexander Co. Hank, Htli St
I Intro, 111.
VrQooi Stock and Prlcoa KvaKonHlilcf
The Dailv Bulletin.
AN IMPROMPTU DUEL.
Thoro Aro in This World No Eno
mlos Llko Frlonda Fallon
Bloody and Fatal Meetint? Between Dr.
Calhoun Lawreooe and Lucius V.
Simpson, at Veohesville, Tex.
Both Parties Filled With LeadThe Sur
vivor's Pitiful Repentance for
His Rash Act.
Taijcstink, Tex., December 4. Par
ticulars have just been received here of a
double tru'ody at VecncBvllle, a thriving
town twelve miles north of here, whereof
two prominent residents, Dr. Calhoun
Lawrence and Lucius V. Simpson were
the victims. Dr. Lawrence meeting
Simpson In the evening on the street
awked him If it was convenient for him to
pay $11 on account. Sinipnon declared
he believed he did not owe the doctor
anything. Hot words ensued and Law
rence called Simpsons "coward," where
upon tho latter drew his revolver and
cried out to Lawrence:
Quick as a nah the Doctor drew his
weapon and tired, the bullet striking
Siuipnon near the heart. Simpson stag
gered, but recovered aud llred, hitting
Lawrence In the breat. Uy this time
a dozen or more people had (lathered to
wituensthe duel. liotti mortally wounded,
the meu stood within a lew paces of
each other and emptied the content
of their revolvers into each other, every
bullet taking effect. When Simpson had
emptied his weapon, and with the
blood streaming from live fearful
wounds, he sprang at Lawrence aud
struck him a terrible blow on the head
with the butt of his revolver. This
was Simpson's thing effort, for instantly
HKKI.KlJ AM) FKM. IK.U
at Lawrence's feit. Lawrence walked
Into a store, laid his pitol on the coun
ter mid fell. He was then carried to his
home, where he begged piti'ouly thai
Simpson's body might be brought la and
laid beside him. Tills was done, and for
live hours the surviving man lay dying
bciile the corpse of his late antagonist,
ail the time bemoaning his ru-h act und
p'uying to God to tofgive them both, lie
ili' d Su in alters anl. The uiru were
coi;iin ny marriage, aud In I always lived
on th. most fit. :id!y iei "is i.uiil this
in. till;, aud both have fain. lies.
Four Persons Seriously Wounded.
MrsKKtwv, Mich., December t. A
fehootiug affray occurred about eleven
o'clock last night in the Fourth Ward,
resulting In the shooting of four persons,
Including Policeman ' llrowu. A man
named Albert lUdley got Into a dispute
wilh iome others. Itadley went
home, got a double-barreled sbot
(.un, retunuifl ami llred into the
crowd twice, hliiMjtins II. Krost
In tlie face aud It. McDonald in the netk.
Policemen lirown aud Mickey then came
up, and as Brown approached him Kadley
shot him In the side. Thereupon Police
man llickey drew his pistol and shot Had
ley in the wrist. The affair theu ended
by the arrest of Radley. Krown Is In a
critical condition this morning. The
others will probably puil through.
Teeta Must Hang;.
Ottawa, Ost., December 4. Cook
Tcets is sentenced to te hanged at Owen
Sound to-morrow morning. It is alto
gether unlikely that tho l"rivy Council
will iuterfere with tho sentence. The
condemned man, who Ls totally blind,
was couvictcd of having murdered his
wife by poisoning, In the township of
Artemesl.i, a year ago. lie had married
ber a short time previous to her
death, getting an Insurance of $4,400
on her life, payable to himself.
They went to the States for a few weeks,
and ahout a week after they came buck
Mrs. Teetsdicd in convulsions. On the
contents of her stomach beiug analyzed
strychnine was found. The evidence
dearly pointed to her husband as having
administered It. A verdict of guilty was
recorded against him.
A VKKDICT CHEEKED.
Henry Belts Acquitted ot the Murder of
Datton, 0., December 4. In the case
of Henry Seltz, who has been on trial
during tho past week In the Common
Pleas Court for the murder of "Crock
11111," a notorious character, the jury last
night brought In a verdict of not guilty
after being out five hours. The court
room was crowded when the jury came
In, aud when the verdict was read there
was loud cheering. Tho judge attempt
ed to stop it, but the crowd continued,
aud the Sheriff was ordered to put every
one out of tho room, which ho promptly
TIIE MISSOURI PAcirrc
Deolared a Trunk Line From Sedalia to
Jkfferson City, Mo., December 4.
A circular order under date of December
4, 1884, will be Issued soon by tho Kail
road Commissioners. It will make tho
following orders! Tho Missouri Pucltlo
Railway from Sedalia via Lexington and
Independence to Kansas City Is declared
to bo a trunk line. I5y this order cord
wood In car loads ls classed with
soft; coal and Iron ore as shown hi tho
order of August 10, 1784, wherein the
rates aro limited to $8 per car-load of 20,
000 ponuds for twenty-live miles or less,
and 91. 50 additional for each additional
twenty-five miles or a loss distance. Coal
oil In less than car-loads Is placed lu class
three, and where carried In ' car-load
quantities, tho rates shall not exceed those
allowed on live stock per car-load of 120,
Mackln Before the Grand Jury,
Chicago, 111., Diccinlcr.4.-$lie Fed
nl building has been besieged with pol
iticians of both parties since an early hour
this morning, lu consequence of tho fact
that Joseph C. Mae.kln, a celebrated local
Democratic politician and Secretary of
the Amalgamated Democratic Clubs of
Cook Coimty, bad boea lubpoxiod by tho
alleged ballot-box frauds In tho Lernan
Brand case. All parties concerned In en
graving and printing of tho spurious bab
Ms havu test I lied under oath that the
work was done for Macklu, aud that the
work was delivered to him.
To-day's developments aro expected to
be of a highly sensational character. Ily
order of Judge lllodgett all the rooms
surrounding the Grand Jury chamber are
examined every morning In order to pre
vent any reporters or stenographers se
creting themselves. Tho doors, after be
ing locked, aro further secured with
heavy wax seals. A forco of olllcers has
been detailed to prevent representatives
of the press from ascending to tho floor
occupied by the Grand Jury.
Notwithstanding theso precautions,
however, some morning papers, notably
tho riJ,coutiuuo to publish full reports
of the testimony given and minute par
ticulars of the scenes which occur.
United States District Attorney Tutblll
has exhausted every effort to discover
Not Yet Called.
Chicago, Iix., December 4. Up to
noon Mackln had not been called Into the
Grand Jury room, From the number of
documents carried lu It Ls believed the
body ls preparing to present a larger
number of Indictments. Maeklu Is on
hand, placid and calm. The committee
of citizens organized to assist in the in
vestigation, have Issued a cull for a guar
antee fund of tweuty-ilvc thousand dollars.
Washington, D. C, December 4. Mr.
Robinson, of New York, has prepared a
resolution, which he w ill offeron Monday,
providing for the return to the simplicity
of Inaugural ceremonies as practiced by
JefferMjn. It prohibits the erection ol
triumphal arches aud the display of bay
onets in Washington on Inauguration day,
and provides that the Chief Justice shall
call upon the President-elect and accom
pany him, either ou foot or in a plain
carriage drawn by not more than two
horses, and w ithout decorations or livery,
to the Capitol, where he shall take the
oath and address such citizens as may bo
there to hear him.
Washing ion, D. C, December 4. The
following bills were Introduced and re
ferred: liy Senator Mitchell : Granting a pen
blon to General Grant.
Py Senator Gibson: For the erection'
of:, public building at New Or'.tans, to.
Cot '5l,O'.Mi,0iu;i. i
Senator Cameron, of Pi niylvaiila, sub- ,
nutted the following, whica he desired to
lie over and be printed:
YViikkkas, Tlie sliiiiplns; trude In American
vessels is iltprvs-"'l, atel the export trade in
American produce is luuiruisliiiitrforUie wuut
ol a market Unit niiht t. li-nclieu, if tho
tlill'luui; trti.l'i was iu tho hands of cilizeus
of the t'nltwl Mates; .therefore, be it
HtMi'lvtil. 'Hint the t oniinittee on I'inanee
lie and Is hcrehy directed to inquire whether
It he expedient to expend the surplus rev
enue oi the I nltcd Mutes, or any portion
thereof, for the purpose ot reviving thu ship
ping utit export trie: hy allow inir a rebate
frum the tariff diitica on foreiirn roods im
ported til ships built and oiviih.I lr thu Unlujrl
Mutes; litid iiilowinu it premium on Ainerl
eun u'rown prodne s and articles of American
nmiuilaetiire u.xported In American vessels,
and report hy bill or otherwise.
Senator Cameron will call up the reso
lution at an early day.
Senator Hill submitted the following:
,v.som, That In the existing do- I
pressed condition of the industrial iu-1
terests of the country, and In presence
of the great fall which has taken place !
and is still In progress In tho wages of i
labor and the prices of products of
farms, workshops aud mines, the recom
mendations of the President and the Sec
retary of the Treasury that the coinage
of silver dollars and the issue of silver
certificates be prohibited, are calculated
to create alarm, and thereby aggravate
tho dilllculties of the situation, and that
to the end that the public mind may bo
quieted by assurance, that if tho total
volume of currency is not to bo enlarged
lu correspondence with the Increasing
population aud exchanges of the country,
St shall not, at least, be reduced by sus
pending the coinage of silver dollars.
The resolution was laid over aud Sena
tor Hill will call it up at tho first oppor
tunity. A batch of Presidential nominations
was received, and the Senate went Into
At 1 :45 p. tn. the doors were reopened,
and tlie Senate adjourned to Monday.
The following bills were Introduced and
l?y Mr. Dunns To provide for tho
Arkansas River Commission.
By Mr. Morrison: Relative to tho sur
plus revenue. Tho text of tho bill Is as
He It enacted, That the Secretary of tho
Treasury bo, und ls hereby, authorized and
directed to apply the surplus revenues tit
any time In the Treasury In excess of fiuo.ono,
one, not otherwise appropriated to tho re
demption of the United Mates bonds, ami
when any of said bonds are redeemable at
the pleasure of the Government, It shall not
tm lawful to apply nny portion of said Bur
plus to the pure huso of bonds at a premium.
I5y Mr. Dockery : To repeal all laws au
thorlzing.the appointment of deputy mar
shals at the polls, and tho appointment
of supervisors at elections.
Py Mr. Thompson: To further secoro
the Government against fraud In tho salo
of whisky aud the public against dupli
cate warehouse receipts.
Py Mr. Cox (of Now York) : Requesting
tho President to furnish Information
showing tho authority of law by which
certain Commodores of tho Navy havo
been given the rank of Acting Rear Ad
mirals, when, as Is alleged, no vacancies
existed lu the legal and limited number of
olllcers of that grade, and also what pub
lic emergency, if uny, exlsled to justify
such action, Also a resolution calling on
the President for any correspondence In
tho possession of any of thu Govcrumout
departments In regard to the present con
dition of our relations with Mexico.
Ily Mr. J. D. Taylor (of Ohlo)t to pro
hibit tho removal of any honorably dls
charged soldier, sailor or marine, or any
widow or dependent relative of the
same, (roin any otliee in thu civil ser
vice of the United Slates, except for
Uy Mr. Hopkins: To establish tho onTco
of Government Architect.
Py M iv Robinson, (of N. T,)i A reso
lution culling for further Information ro
tative to tho lmprlsonintint of American
lltlzcns lu Great Britain.
Uy Mr. Dunham i To admit free of duty
irticles Intended for exhibition at tho
World's Exposition to be held by the col
red race lu Chicago In 1885,
Th House resumed the consideration.
A TRADING PREACHER,
Ho Swapped Coats and Got In
Prison Charged With Stoal
Six Tbousan'ls Dollars' Worth of Jewelry
Stolen From the W.fa of a Now
Heavy Judgment Against the Ohio Cen
tral Coal & Railroad Company
Cou dn't Stand the Drain.
Swapped Coata and Got Into Prison
Charged With Stealing $7,000.
Cairo, In.., December 4. Tho Rev.
William Itntlierford, . pastor of tho
Christian Church lu Salem, Ky., has Ifeo
arrested on a charge of stealing $7,000 lu
cush and securities from John Tyuer.
The two met ou Monday, aud Tyner put
a pockctbook containing the money lu his
.overcoat pocket. They were walking
home, and Rutherford suggested they
trade overcoats. Tho change was made,
and Rutherford started homo to get tho
"boot money" Tyner demauded. When
ho returned thu trade was declared off,
and the coats were again exchanged.
Then Tyner discovered his money was
gone. Tho man was searched without
success, und no suspicion attached to
Rutherford for two or three days, Ruther
ford maintains his innocence.
Six Thousand Dollars' Worth ofJJewelry
New York, December 4. While Mrs.
Connor, wife of Captain Connor, pro
prietor of tho St. James Hotel, was at
dinner, her rooms were entered and about
6SG.000 worth of jewelry stolen. Detec
tives wen; called In as soon as tho facts
were known, but no clue has yet been
obtained as far as can be learned. De
scriptions of the stolen articles were sent
to various pawnshops in this and other
cities, and other detective agencies noti
lied. Captain Connor, who was absent at
Cincinnati, was telegraphed, and returned
Monday night. Within the past few
weeks an unusually large number of
English thieves of the swell order havo
been noticed In the city, und It ls thought
in ollicial circles that this gang did this
A Heavy Judgment. .
Colimiu s, O., December 4. In the
United States Court yesterday a decision
was rendered In the ciso of the Central
Trust Company cf New York, against the
Ohio Central Coal and Kailroad Company,
ordering them to pay into Court within
thirty days the sum of 833,000 for the
beuetltof Its coupon bondholders; also,
commanding the Coal Company to pay
into Court within the same time $550,000
for the bene lit of bondholders, iu default
of which 4,500 acres of coal lands In
Hocking and Perry Counties, will be sold
at auction In this city by Win. M. lUm-
scy, who hus been appointed Master Com
missioner by the Court.
Couldn't Stand the Drain.
Nohwalk, O., December 4. Final steps
were taken yesterday looking to the dis
solution of the Mutual Protection Asso
ciation of this city. This Company has
heretofore been considered one of the
soundest installment plan Insurance or
ganizations In the country. The neces
sity for the dissolution arises from a
largely lucn ased death rate, and the great
number of policy-holders becoming de
linquent. NOT FROM FEAU OK SLAVEKV.
But the Netrroes Are Leaving South Car
CoLUMiiu, S. C, December 4. Sev
eral car-loads of negroes, numbering 150
persons, embracing men, women and
children, passed through this city en
route to Argenta, Ark. They have sold
out all their little property at homo aud
have taken only their personal effects and
bed clothing. The negroes lu this city havo
had a slight attack of the Arkausasfever,
bnt not sulllcicut to do any harm. Tho
railroad authorities iu this city aro ar
ranging for the transportation of 400 ne
groes to California under contract about
the 10th inst. Emigration agents are rap
Idly reducing the laboring population of
tho State, but tho exodus ls not caused
by tho fear of again being put iuto slav
ery. THE LOSER WIN.
Narrow Escape of a Unltod States Army
Officer From Marrying' a Jilt.
Washington, D. C, December 4.
Miss Mary Willard, daughter of Carey 1). !
Wlllard, au olllcer In the United States
Army, residing at Capitol Dili, Washing
ton, aud who was to havo been married
one week from to-day to George Simpson
of Dounell, Lawson A Simpson, bankers,
liia'ew York, suddenly changed her mind
and yesterday was privately married to
William Paxton, a prominent patent law
yer of tills city, a former lover of Miss
Willard, who had been a frequent caller
at tho Willard mansion for years, thus
suddenly terminating what had prom
ised to bo ono of tho most
brilliant society events of the season at
the capital. Tho mother and daughter had
but receutly returned from ordering thu
wedding trousseau lu Paris, and Mr,
Willard, who was expected In time for
tho Simpson wedding, had already sent
many costly presents. By a preconcerted
arrangement tho lovers met on tho street,
were married and left to spend the honey
moou with relatives In New York. Many
wedding presents had already been re
ceived from friends, Intended for Mrs.
Simpson, not for Mrs, Paxton.
FAY1NU FOR TIIK MUSIC.
Even With Railroads, Thoae Who Dunce
Must Pay the Fiddler.
Nkw Yokk, December 4. The Timet
sys: "Tho statement made before the
directors of the New York Central Rail
road at their meeting yesterday showed
earnings for tho fiscal year ended Sep
tember IMth, amounting to 5.21 per ceat.
on tho capital. utock. Tho amount paid
In dividend was 7.6 per ee.nt." The re
ports were criticised because taxes to tho
amount of $1100,000 and other Items
amounting to $IOO,0K) were omitted from
the debit account. The capital s toe It be
ing $'.10,000,000, tho omUslous amouuU4
to one per eeufc, making the actual earn I
Vanderbllt, from Information given hlra of
tho road's operations, cxpucted that a etx
per cent, dividend had been earned. Ho
expressed strong disapproval of the omis
sion of the two Items nieutloned. It
was also developed that the business of
tho road for November shows a gross de
crease of $100,000 from tho same mouth
lu 1883. The touuago la maintained, but
tho dollcieucy Is caused by lower rates.
Tho whole Unanclal statement ls accepted
as showing thu serious demoralization
caused by the war In passenger and
freight rates during tho past few months.
THE MUTUAL FRIEND.
Death ot Frank D. Moulton, of New
New YoitK, December 4. Frank D.
Moulton died athls residence, 580 Lexing
ton avenue, yesterday afternoon of paraly
sis of tho heart, aged forty years and Uvo
months. Ho had been 111 for six weeks of
Inflammation of thu stomach. He leaves
a widow and ono sou. Moulton was tho
second son of Severn D. Moulton, for
merly a New York merchant. Ho was a
brilliant student ut the College of tho
city of Now York, where he graduated In
1854. In this college Moulton formed tho
acquaintance of Theodore Tilton, which
afterwards led to making him noted
throughout tho laud. After graduating
ho entered tlie service of Woodruff &
Robinson, Commission Merchants, and in
1801 ho bccanio a partner lu tho tlrm.
Moulton's connection with tho Beecher
Tilton scandal Is well known. It ls gen
erally admitted to have greatly Injured
him In his business connections, anil he
had to settle a libel suit, brought by Miss
Edna Dean Proctor, for about $'J,0o0, ou
account of bis having brought her name
into that case. He subsequently engaged
successfully in the salt business, and also
became a prominent cattlo breeder. He
took an active part In the support of But
ler in the recent campaign.
A WHITE Will ITAKEIt.
He Binds and Glaus Himself to Cover the
Crime of Theft.
Omaha, Neu., December 4. On the
niornjng of December 1st, at North Platte,
Neb., D. W. Lozler, clerk of tho Railroad
Hotel, was found bound and gagged in
tho dluiug-rooui and the house was dis
covered to have been robbed of $g00, Lo
zler claiming that ho had been overpow
ered. One Hart was arrested and posi
tively Identified by LozLr as the man who
robbed him. At the examination, how
ever, Hart proved au alibi and was dis
charged. A warrant was then issued for
Lo.ler, who w as suspected of having com
mitted the deed himself. Just b. tore It
was served yesterday be went to his nrom
in the hotel and shot himself in the breast,
dying iu two hours.
Brighton Beach Bices.
New Yokk, December 4. Beautiful
weather aud a good track attracted a
large crowd to Brighton Beach yester
day. There wto the usual five races,
which were Well tilled.
First Race For beaten horses; three
fourths mile: Red Pox, first; Typhoon,
second; Aglucourt, third. Time, l-.'li 1-:'.
Second Race For all ages; ono and
one-fourth miles: Jim Carlisle, first;
Tunis, second, J'atvrmia, third. Tumi,
Third Race Handicap for all ages; one
and one-fourth miles: Woodllowor, first;
Herbert, second; Centennial, third.
Time, 2:17 1-4.
Fourth ICace Threo year-olds; one
and one-fourth miles: George Singcrley,
Urt; Huron, second; Jim Carlisle, third.
Time, I'-IO 3-4.
Fifth Race Welter weights, seven
eighths mile: Shookum, llrstj Miller,
second; Ruchlel, third Time, l:y3-4.
Funeral ot General Mott.
Tkkxton, n. J , December 4. Tho
funeral of General Molt was largely at
tended hero yesterday, and thero was au
Iinposlug military pageant. Religious
services were held at tho lato General's
residence In Bordentown. The remains
were theu brought to this city, arriving
at the State House at twelvo o'clock.
They were placed upon a bier In tho ro
tunda. All tho military men of tho State
were present, together with General Han
cock aud staff, General Hartrunft and
staff, Governor Abbett, ex-Governors
Bedle, Ludlow, McClellan, Parker and
Senator Sewell. Tho cortege left tho
State House at two o'clock, escorted by
nine companies of militia, tho members
of tho lato General's staff acting as pall
bearers. Tho Interment took place at
River View Cemetery, where a volley
was llred over tho gravo.
Railroad Manager Considering Freight
Percentage Out of Chicago.
New Yonif, December 4. Tho New
York Central Railroad to-day reduocd
Its rates to Cleveland aud Detroit to
87. This was dono to meet tho last
cut made by tho West Shore Railroad.
Tho managers aro lu session to-day at
the olllco of Commissioner Fink, where
tho question of percentage ou freight
out of Chicago Is under discussion be
fore Judge Cooley as arbitrator.
Nkw York, December 4. Friends of
tho Mackays in this city aro now dis
cussing as a settled fact tho engage
ment of Miss Eva Mackay, daughter of
tho California millionaire, to Fernando
Do Colonna, Prince of Galatio. Tho eu
gagomeut Is continued by a cablegram
from Mrs. Mackay to a personal friend
at the Hoffman House, which was re
ceived on Tuesday and read: "Eva ls en
gaged to Fernando Do Colina."
Mismanaged Lunatlo Aayluma.
QnuiKC, Can., December 4. Tho ex
citement on the subject of tho mis
management of tho lunatic asylums In
this Province was Inteusllled to-day by
tho announcement that au unfortunate
girl patient In tho Beaufort Asylum camo
to her death ery tragically thero yester.
day, In giving birth to a child.
Sbvok of Ordora.
.PnriifitoH, Pa., December 4. Two
departments of Singer, Nemlck & Co.'s
mills were closed down last night In
definitely, Orders being scarce, tho pro
prietors wore compelled to reduce their
force. About fifty men aro thrown out.
Their Lo-at Santor.
Rondoot, N. Y., December 4. Thla
morning while John Tully, Antlwny
Brockley and George Bush, all lade, were
bantering ono another to go on tulu Ice on
Crofi poud, la thla city, tho-toe brptaata I
f ROYAL IS :.' J NJ
Thl powder never vnrlea. A marvel of parity,
utrenik'tn nil whelusomeneaf i ore economical
thnn urulnnry klnu. antlcnnnnt be cold m com
pel tlon with the multPmie of low teat, abort
weight, alum o l buciilmte powder. Sold only
iu cana. ltOYAL HAKINU PlW'D K CO.,
IOI WadM.ect. New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
12 V. 0. Cary.
alwaa on band.
letirse in rpadi
nos when called
No. 12 (Jth St., Cairo, 111
Muuufticlurer and Dealer lu
.sheloiiriin Mineral Spring's Water,
ALWAVtf ON Ua.SU.
Milwaakco Beer in kegs and bottles, a
.Manufactory Corner 4th & Coin'l
LOUIS C. 11 EllBERTj
(Successrr to Cba.s T. Newlaml and
Plumb Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. fentli aud Ele
CAlkO, : : : ILL.
Hilvu Well K.irce ami Lift Pumpa furnlahed and
urn up. AkuiiI. for tho Celubraleii
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'
be bent i iitd p ever Invented. New Uaa Flxtares
uri'lfhecl to order. Out fixtures repaired and
lir Jobbing promptly attended to 819-tf
.Manufacturer and Dealer in---
8'.b Street, between t'oiu'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.VIT10N.
Win. Keialreil. All Kind l Key Made.
FLOVR, (JKAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouringllil Is
Hlut:i Ciub PrlP Paid for Wheat,
llid Ki'iiUlar Cuiri radueah failjr
Sra GUS FOWLER
nuNHY K. TAYLOM, Waaler.
OKOUUli JOUBs. Clerk.
avna Pvlucah forO iro daily (Mandtyi eieept
d) at 8 a. m ., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Hatara
on, learnt Cairo at4p.m,ilfosnlCUr