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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, DKf EMB r R 7, 1884.
IN THE PASTRY
VantllaXemon, Orange, Savor Cake.
Craaw,Pudrtlnif., A drlleately and not
rally aa the Trull Iron m hick they are made.
FOB STKENUTll AND TRIE FRUIT
FLAfOtt THEY STAND ALONE.
Price eaklng Powder Co.,
Chloago, ill. 8t. Louis, Mo.
Or.Prict's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupuiin Yeast Gems,
lry Dap Vea.t.
WK HAKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Affeutfoi the Celebrated
and E ANGES,
laocarrlea thelargeat and bent aelecied iloclcol
ever broup' ' r iijr. Price ranulnir frorn the
loiea lor cht-at ftuve optoibe cloaeft Ucnri-a
ON tli'i FINEST anil BEST.
Bollder.' II M-e, and eomi.Mc aii-o tment o
T.nwur-, (i (,llwra, Karttienware U' g-nera
line of lluuae KurnifhDi Good.. Laro(i, Fixture,
etc. Call a'idi-xamln bidiir,- pu-ci m.i'tr-
Corner k!tn aod Commercial Avenue, Cairo. III.
Telepnutie No. 12
Goldstine & . Kosenwater
136 & 138 Oora'l Ave.
bare a fall and complete It no of
Lint-ii tioods, Dusters, Kotions, Etc.
A he vy stock ol Body prunela, Taper
trie aud Ingrain
A fall alock of Oil o'.ni, all ar.d prlcei.
All Uooda Bottom Prioeal
ja. . arm.
Grand CentiMl Store.
CAIRO. - IX.L.
EV YORK STORE,
ft'liUf.WALK AND RKTA1L
The Lait variety Stintf
in 'rain: err v.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORK CO,
Cor.Nlnotountti stre.it I 1 'il i l' l,
Unmmerclal Avintv ' 'ttlMi. ii
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mr. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Bank, Hth Ht
UrOood Stock and l'rlcea Hoanonablo.w t
The Daily Bulletin.
TRIPLE TRAGEDY IN TEXAS.
Terrible Battle Between Three
Brothers and Their Four
Two of the Brothers and One of the Ab
saulting Party Eeoeive Deadly
While the Remaining Combatants,
More or Less Injured, Are Ar
rested and Jailed.
Oatt.svilli!, Tex., Deoember 6. A
serious shooting affair took place here
yesterday which resulted in the death ol
three well known fanners and the wound
lag of four others. Dr. Thos. Sauls, with
bis brothers, Green aud Abraham Sauls,
were attending court. Between the Sauls
and the Uasbam family, of Coryell Coun
ty, a feud of long standing existed. The
two factions met yesterday afternoon In
front of the Court-house. Win. liushara
after a few hot words, opened fire on Dr.
Sauls. This was the signal for Henry
Basham, Chas. Parks and Henry Harris
to also open fire upon the three Sauls
brothers. A general fusiladc followed,
In which about forty shots were fired.
The crowd scattered in every direction.
Over a hundred people witnessed the
fearful combat lxom a safe distance. The
seven couibatanU doggedly blazed away,
not one moving from his tracks. Dr.
Sanls fell with a mortal wound. Abram
Sauls next succumbed, leaving Ureen
alone facing his four mortal enemies. As
Henry Uasbam fell, he cried out to his
"MIX HIM I KILL HIM!"
At this, the remaining lia.sham, with
Parks aud Harris, maue a rush for Green
Sauls, whose revolver was empty. The
Sheriff and deputies interfered in time to
save Green's life.
Doctor and Abram Sar.ls and Henry
Iiasliam were dying last night, while the
.other fuur combatants, who are all more
or less seriously wounded, lie in jail.
The participants in the light are all well-to-do
farmer.-., standing high iu their com
munity. The wounded men refuse to talk
about the matter.
A Rejected Lover's Awful Work.
Omaha, Ni:ii., December t' John Flu
ley, an aged widower, and Mary aud
Fannie, his daught-TS, aged sixteen and
eighteen, Willi Juo. Williams and Charles
Watlies, their S'litors, were killed at
Walworth, Cuater County, Neb., Wedues-
. , . ,,. i, u
qinu, who afurward blew his own bnuus
out. Furquin was angry because
fli-lu went tn a dnniu' with WIlllMrim
V utiles, and laid In wait for the return of ,
the party. As they drove up to the house
he llred two loads of buckshot into them,
killing all four Instantly. j
Old man Fiulay came out to see what '
the trouble was, and was knocked down
and clubbed to death. Furquln then set
tire to the house and straw stacks and j
went to the river bank wbcro he blew his
brains out. j
The murderer was always thought to bo
a quiet and inoffensive young man. The
affair creates treat excitement, but the
particulars are bard to get, as the scene
ol the murder Is in the cattle country,
remote from railways or telegraph.
A CHEAP MC1LDK11KR
He Kills Uis Own Mother For One Hun
Hamilton, O., December C Word
reached here last last night that a uiosl
atrocious murder has been committed in
a little village about fifteen miles from
here, called Darrtown. The report va
to the effect that a woman by the name oJ
Snyder had been murdered and buried by
her own son some four weeks ago. The
sou had a step-sou, and lt was through
him that the horrible deed was discov
ered. It was said that the mother had
saved up her earnings until she had about
CI 00, which was the incentive to the
crime. Four weeks ago she started with
her niouey to go to Ogles Station, since
which time nothing has been seen or
heard of her.
On Thursday another son weut over to
ask about his mother, when the little boy
of Snyder's accused his step-father of
having killed his grandmother, lie stated
that his father killed her with a shovel,
and then buried her, after taking the
money out of u basket which she carried.
The murderer was placed In jail lu this
city last night, and to-day Sheriff St.
Clair, the Coroner, and several deputies
will proceeil to the scene of tne murder
and make an Investigation, alter which an
examination will be neld.
A Strong Argument In Favor of
inary Execution of Law.
Mr. 1'i.kasa.nt, Kv., December C
Calvin Smith was yesterday shot uud
killed by James Nolau, his brolher-lu-law.
Nolan was drunk, and began firing
nt Smith's house. The latter appeared at
the doorway, und said to shoot him, but
spare his wife and children. Nolan took
deliberate aim ami llred, shooiliig .Smlili
through the head. Nolan lied to the
mountains of Virginia, closely pursued by
a band of euragel ( itizcus. Nolau has
kilted several men.
Doad Negroes Can't Talk,
1'i.NK lU.vvv, Auk., December C
Tliiirsduy morning Colonel Joel Thorn
berry, aged seventy, visited the house of
his grandson, who lives near lilni, A ne
gro was at the house, and w lien Thorn
berry asked hlm'whut ho was doing there
the negro became, enraged, drew a pistol
and family shot Thoruberry, A posse
was organized, which pursued und cap
tured the hegio.. Hu was taken back uud
Identified by his victim. He attempted to
OMeupc, and the onso tired upon him, lie
fell dead, literally tilled With bullets.
Arrested Fur Murder,
Ai'FI.hton, , Wis., N December T.Lasl
August, while August Huebuer, a farmer
o( this county, was plowing in his Held,
lie was shot by some boys who worn
sfaoothur at mark, lis died three weeks
MoJksisc day CtnrhM4fonMiytwho(flr Mm
clously killing ITuebncr. Jersey Is olgh
teen years of age, aud the son of a re
A Dastard'! Send.
Buidoki'ORT, Con'X., December 8. A
Btono was thrown at the 3:40 express
from New York yesterday at Fordhaui.
The stone crashed through a window, and
the fragmeuts terribly lacerated the face
of a little girl about ten years old. Her
eyes were nearly rulued. Herclotblug
was covered with blood. The passengers
were greatly excited.
Stabbed to the Heart.
Nkw Oklka.ns, La., December 6. At
12:15 p. m., while the Jackson Fire Com
pany 'No. 18, was serenading friends, a
difficulty occurred In which John Fisher
was stabbed to the heart and killed by
a, A. Labusal. Both were members of
the .same company. j
Arreated for Assaulting Hi Domestic
St. Joseph, Mo., December 6. Loula
Silverman, a Hebrew merchant, was ar
rested yesterday on a charge of crim
inally assaulting Miss Lou Winters, aged
sixteen, a domestic in his employ. He
was Indicted a few days ago, but fled, and
oniv returned last night. la the Criminal
Court last evening he waived formal ar
rulgno;eut, aud was admitted to ball In
the suitf of :',000. Miss Winters Is a
handsome Jewess, and Silverman alleges
she Is endeavoring to levy blacfcniaU.
A Fatal Shot.
Maysviixk, Kt, December 0 Lee
Berry, colored, was shot and killed List
night by Leo Moutjoy, white, a member
of a. respectable family, uerrj uruciuu
Mon Vioy out of his house, and made a mo-
tlou iw ii voaraw a it.wni,
latter "red twice. Montjoy surrendered.
Ee ard Ottered For Aa Assassin.
-tw Orleans, La., December 7. Gov
ernor Mc Enery has issued a proclamation
offering a . e-ard of 91,000 for the arrest
and convict. 'ton of the assassins of Captain
ing for the murderO Ah Din, Chinaman;
ou the 20th ol Decea'bcr last.
Spurious Bank of Engla rd -'Notes Oireu-
lated in New Vora. -
Nkw Vobk, December ' 7. A fashion
ably attired, dapper youig man, who
scented strongly of bad colo'.rno and car
ried a heavy sllver-lieadl cane,
entered the olllce of Messrs. Scu.1
ly & iH-vitt, specie brokers, No. 3
Buttery Place, late Thursday afternoon,
aud . wished to have a 50 Batik of En
gland note changed for Culled - States
money. Air. Devltt examined the note
r and grew suspieiuus as hrTT?ittected
trtm.iv,; . , 'An -. ,77
fcometblhrr, wrong "Inijsn
' viMif Chat It wasWuntcrfvJt. amf re.
qiTested t&o dapper young man to wait a
few minutes while he stepped outside, as
he had not enough money on hand to
"I'll he right back," said Mr. Devitt.
"I'm just going across the way to the
"Oh, never mind," protested the young
man, nervously. "I would not think of
putting you to so much trouble. Besides,
I'm lu a hurry."
"But I Insist," answered the broker, i
"I won't be a minute, you know." This
was said sternly and Mr. Devitt
LOOKKD SJtARCUIXOLT INTO THJC STRANG
The latter turned pale, and hesitated a
moment, then, recovering himself, re
marked carelessly: "Well, I'm lu no
hurry about the money. I've got an en
gagement up the street, I'll return in
! Mr. Devitt kept the note, and It is still
In his K)ssessloii, the young man falling
to return. Yesterday It was learned that
similar notes, have been cashed In Wall
street by specie brokers. Tho counter
feit is a good one, aud would require a
quick eye to detect it from tho genuine.
The noto Mr. Devitt has Its numbered
I "i'0,oU,l:':," uud Is dated "Loudon, May
it), JBB0. '
Brighton Boach Raoes.
Nkw York, December C The racing
at Brighton Beach yesterday was excel
lout, aud there wus a good attendance.
The truck wus lu good condition.
First Unco For beaten horses j three
quarters of a nillei Miss rainier, Ilrstj
Agmcourt, second; Jersey Maid, lliir.
Time, 1 i.'a l--'. Mutuals paid, :';l,85.
.Second Huco Selling allowances j
one uud one-eighth miles: Legion and
Hickory Jim niu a dead heat, followed by
Centennial. Time, 2:02 1-2. Legion won
the run off easily. Time, 2:04 1-4. Mu
tuals paid 61.1.7') und $7.40.
Third Kave Handicap; one and one
fourth miles: Fostoral, won; Little Dan,
second; (ieorge Mngerly, third Time,
2:17. Mutuais paid w S. ;15.
' Fourth Uueo For two year-olds; ono
mile: .Hookum, llrsi; Mynie-, second;
Banania, third. Time, 1:00 1-2. Mu
tuals paid 111.75.
Fifth Hitou Welter Weights; seven
clghlhs mile i Burton, first; Ecuador,
second; Theodorus, third. Time, li;U!
1-4. Mutuals paid 810. 7fi.
A Marrying Man Comes to Grief.
D.tvio.N, O., December U. (Julio a sen
nation was brought to llht yesterday
morning by (lie arrest of Thomas J. Ben
kMu, ut the Instance of his wife for
bigamy, Who Ills other w ife, alleged to
be lu Cincinnati, Is Is not known here. Mrs,
Jleiisklu alleges Unit her husband deserted
her three years ago ut Toledo; thai he
lias married lu three places, and thai ho
caused the death of a young girl named
Joslc Brown in Foit Wuyuo by niulprue.
lice ufter ruining her.
Excitement in a Railroad Car.
KiMisroN, Ont., December 7, An ex
citing event occurred on the Kingston.
Pembroke Hullr,oiid outbound train Thui'S
duy evening. It seems that one of the
passengers hud a vullso which contained
some kind of clieinleals that heiituffecled,
und while the train wus running at u good
speed un .explosion occurred. About
thirty people were lu the cur, and a great
commotion followed. The lire connniitil
oalod to tho seats, and but for the efforts
ol the train men and pasacujters who ap
plied snow In ths sbseuoa of water, the
toocu would ha bos) oonsmnsd. 11
Hanged For 1 Murdering a Chinaman. ' enlug, but as yet no open oreacn oi
Sallna Cal December 6. Solomon the peace has been attempted. The stnk
Farres and Jos e Manool Soto were era are very determined in the stand they
i.a ,.,! ... in. is , 'r.loek reUTdav mo-ru- i have taken, and are very outspoken in
CAUSE FOR COMPLAINT.
Unscrupulous Mode ot Conduotlnj
the War Against the South
After Besotting to Underhanded Mans of
Supplying Their Placs, They Try to
Excite Prejudioe Aga.nst Them.
The Strikers Determined to Preserve the
Peace, and Prove Their S.aa
South Norwalk, Conx., December 6.
The greatest Indignation was expressed
by the strikers when it became known
that their employers had been telegraph
ing for protection. The report had gone
forth that Bridgeport and New Haven had
been asked for police assistance, and that
a special train was on Us way with
The crowd grew larger, bat no violence
was offered, aud no threats were openly
made. The report spread by the manu
facturers that the town was threatened
with mob rule served to put the workmen
on their guard. Kvery care was taken
to preserve order, and no serious out
At midnight tills bulletlu was issued
and sent out by the strikers to various
parts of the country,
i No riots, no disorder, no Ares at South
Norwalk. The city Is perfectly quiet,
. and has been. Good order prevails, all
reports to the contrary notwithstanding.
Coincident with the issuance of this dis
patch a committee of twelve strikers were
detailed to watch the depots of the vari
ous roads for the apprehended arrival of
"rats." Everything was outwardly tran
quil after midnight.
Soctii Norwalk, Coxn., December 6.
The situation this morning is very threat-
a I. . J
denunciation of the bosses, and
Bert that ,
the latter havo resorted to ail
' to create a feeling
manner of nx
- in this they are
against them. Vuiiin..
" ,7 ' ? g MC U!U "rool'
hi lit I 11 . rL' Ii in.,. a I . . m .. -
uj.uu uw Kar8 oi tne k.
oi; U1 leaaers slated tnat th m....
uaa .eo intention of creating trouble.
They wt.ro naturally indignant at the un
derhanded :nauiter in which the factors
: set a!.out supplying their places, and
woul I use all peaceable means to per
suade hands from other towns from "fl
ing to work.
"lu this," said he, "we have every rea
son to believe that we will be successful.
UUk of several hundred men who have
come' here since the bosses began to ad
vertise fr bauds, only a few have gone to
Governor WaJler is expected to arrive
to-day uil review tho situation. It is
thought to .be very Improbable that he
will order out tho militia, especially since
the Sheriff has expressed the belief that
ho w ill be able to preserve the peace.
Nkw York, December 6. B. W.Mafles,
editor of the Norwalk (Conn.) 2W, tel
egraphs to the Associated Press that the
sensational stories in regard to the riotous
proceedings of the striking hatters at that
place, are eutlrely untrue. Everything is
peaceful, aud no force la being used by
SKAULNU THE JiJfD,
Long-Continued Strike In
Hocking Valley a Failure.
CoLU.MBi-s, O., December 7. Every
thing was quiet In the Hocking Valley
yesterday. The Nelsonville A'ews, which
has strongly upheld the miners lu the past,
now admits that the end of the strike, In
its every feature, Is near, and Intimates
that the time Is short for those who de
sire work to obtain it, as the places are
being rapidly filled up. A largo number
of colored men aro being engaged In Vir
ginia to come into the Hocking Valley
during tho latter part of this mouth and
the first of January. The men will come
from the same location as the 200 that are
now at Buchtel. The striking miners, who
are laboring under tho impression that no
more colored miners will be brought here,
will undoubtedly bo surprised when tho
Heavy Robbery of Hercules Powder.
Gua.nd Rapids, Mich., December .7
L, S. Hill 1 Co., of this city, agents for
the Hercules Powder Company, have dis
covered that their powder magasiue
located lu tho Bluck Hills, just ouuido of
this city, has been entered and a consider
able quantity of Hercules powder stolen
There ure u large number of secret
organizations of laboring men and others
in this clly, aud the detectives are appro
lienslvo that tho powder may be used to
destroy valuable public or private prop
erty. The discovery has ma yet been
made public, and the detectives aro work
ing the matter very cautiously. It is be
lieved that no clew to the burglurs lias
CAtt TllIKVKS SKNTKVCKI).
Wholeaalo Discharge of Prison Birds
Ji-.i tkhson Cm, Mo., December 8.
The four tramps, William Despsrd,
Thomas Connors, Harry Mangus and
Thomas Kwlft, who broke open aud
burglarized a cur of merchandise ou the
Missouri l'uclllc Road last week, were ar
rulgiied lu tho Circuit Court here to-day,
mid, uptmi'iitorliig a plea of guilty, wero
each sentenced to tho Penitentiary for
Thero will be fifty-flvo convicts dis
charged from tho Penitoutlury this mouth
uudur the three-fourths rule.
A TltOUBLKU MANAGER.
An Vnannounoed Trip Out of Town By
... Victoria Bohllllng and the Anxiety
It Caused Manager Amberg.
Naw Yohk, December 6.-Mrs. Victoria
Moroslul-Huclskuiiip-Hchllling Is adver
tised to give a farewell performance at
('bickering Hall this afternoon, and was
to have attended a rehearsal at the Thalia
Theater yesterday afternoon. Manager
Amberg was promptly at the theater,
wore tho artists who wars 'to assist
at the concert, but MlQicr Victoria, age
her dear Kraut psH tu tn s&piuui
had received no excuse for her absence
and he was in a very uneasy frame ot mlntf
all tnrough tne rehearsal. As soon as it
was over he sent a messenger boy to the
Belvldero Hotel, corner of Eighteenth
street and Fourth avenue, where ha fair
Victoria and her husband were staying,
but received a reply from the clerk of the
hotel that neither of them was there. Ills
anxiety began to grow painful. Thai
night a terrlblo rumor ran through the
VICTORIA HAD ELOPED,
and the excited manager kept work
ing the district messenger instrument
until be had a small army of messeuger
boys gathered about him. To these ho
Issued his commands. One he sent again
to the hotel, another to Mr. Huelskamp's,
anotbor to a tailor who Is a friend of
Ernest, aud so on until be thought he had
covered every point where news of the
absentees could be obtained. But all
In vain. Messenger boy after messenger
boy came back with the same tale. The
tailor had not seen the couple; they had
not been at Mr. Hnelskamp's; they had
left the hotel at twelve o'clock without
lnformlmr the clerk whither they were
going, aud up to midnight they had not
A DWAST .OUS F1BE.
A Block oiButldlngt Burned In Brecken
Dkxveb, Col.', December 6. A fire la
Brockenrldge, Summit County, last night,
destroyed Findings A Co.'s hardware
tore, W. J. Formon's store house and
dwelling, H. H. Irwin's dry goods store,
W. II. Woodslde, boots and shoes, K.
Radlgan's livery stable aud barn, the
Grand Central llotol and a large barn,
Newcomb's otnue and several other small
buildings. Only five buildings remain lu
the block In which the fire originated.
The loss is estimated at $75,000. Twenty
buildings In all were destroyed.
A Citlcens' Committee Which Means
Chicago, III., December 6. The
Federal Grand Jury dropped the Leman
Brand investigation this morning and ad'
jouraed to Tuesday, when the matter will
be taken up again. The Grand Jury nas
received a communication from the
Citizens' Committee. The latter have
evidence bearing on the case which they
, . . ,,.., 1,vi1.i-1.r'M nnvati? of.
, fl lt ! decided to employ a number
,i,.t,.f.tives and offer a reward of
five thousand dollars.
' The New Orleans Exposition.
"w, Mo,, December 7. John II.
St. u -.althy citizen of New Or
Maginnis, a """hern on his return
leans, Is st the Sou. "T 1 accom
homo from New York. elate
panled by Mrs. K. Tweed, wife oi .
unom (Uoss) Tweed. Colonel Maglu.
nls is son-in-law of Mrs. Tweed. He is
enthusiastic in his praise of the World's
Exposition at New Orleans. It covers
more space than tho Centennial, and ye
utaujr oiijniwuuus were remsed on ac
count of lack of room. The principal
countries of Europe aro represented.
v isitors are flocking to the city in great
uumoers, ana mere win undoubtedly be
"IU1 jjeupiu mere maa at any time dur
iug -iiaroi uras,
The Gloomy Outlook.
JriTTSBi'RGH, Pa., December 7. Tlia
worxmen lu hhaeuberger's Irou-mlH wero
notiued of a large reduction In wages, to
taxe enect to-morrow. Laborers are
reduced from 1.85 to $1.12 1-3 per dav
uu icumiuuer oi uiu workmen fif
teen per cent.
The Bar Kail Mill also shnt down yes
terday indefinitely. Scarcity of orders Is
Half the laborers of Zug's old mill were
The puddling department of the new
mill, which has been closed since Wed
nesday will resume work to-morrow.
The Bell Telephone Company to Doable
Boston, Mass., December 7. The dl
rectors of the American Bell Telephone
Company have voted a petition to the
Legislature for authority to lncreaso the
capital from 10,000,000 to $20,000,000.
The street gossip is that, In the event of
me autnority being granted, new stock
will be Issued at the rate of $1,000,000 per
annum at par. The company expects to
have tho wires between Boston and New
York opened to lease by July, 1885.
Arrested With a Trunk Full of the Queer.
Winnipeg, Mam,, December 6. An
Italian named Guiscppo Fuglaua, lately
arrived hero from Minneapolis, was ar
rested yesterday afternoon with a trunk
full of counterfeit coin In his possession.
Tho coins were dollars, half dollars and
nickels, amounting to 8500. The prisoner
gave his name to the police as Joe Johns.
Ho Is understood to belong to a gang op
crating from Chicago. It appears that
the coins were cither undo or finished In
Minneapolis and display good workman
ship. Tammany Will Be There.
Nkw Yohk, December 6. At a meet
ing of tho Tammany Hall Committee ou
Organization last night, a communication
from Hon. Wm. Dixon, of Washington,
D. C, was read, offering accommoda
tions for tho members of Tammany,
should they deckle to attend tho inaugu
ration ceremonies of Cleveland and Hen
dricks, aud stating that tho right of the
lkfio lu tho civic procession would be Ac
corded to them. It was unanimously
agreed to take part In the ceremonies, and
a committee wus appointed to make suit
Cleveland Will Not Out tha CUfloe Af toi
DPink BLt'rr, Ark., Decomlcr 7. It Is
said that Colonel Septimus Cleveland, a
cousin of Prosldeut-elect Cleveland, who
has been spokon of as tho successor of
Colonel Anthony Rogers, the present
Postmaster here, will not succeed to the
office, lt is stated that President Arthui
will re-appolut Rogers at tho expiration
of his term, and that he will be con
firmed by the Senate. Cleveland Is a
prominent merchant of this place, and a
petition In his behalf Is receiving numer
A Harmless Paatlie.
Boston, Mass., December C A Wash.
Ington special saysi Speaker Carlisle Is
woolvlng duplicates of the electoral re
vm from NfT Danoomti Stat. Thai
Ii Id waQ(M oi aMos trooktbs JUtta
$l SMunmm Coanlltw t.waf.t
y fflLiswifN i
Thlo Dowdr iever varies. A marvel of purity.
itreiiKto and nbUesomcoeni or economical
ilinti oruinary klad. and cannot bo sold in com
put tlcm with tke multl ndu of low teat, abort
weinut, aium o I uoi-pnnie puwnrrp. com oniy
lu caos. KOYAL BAKING l'oVDH CO.,
ltM Wa IStieet, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. 0. Cary.
always on hand.
tearse la readi
iiess when called
- T- y.Hfr'
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, HI
EUY IlASEX JAEGER
'ctnror an 1 Doa'.er la
lHbogan Mineral brings Water,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successi-r to Chas T. Newland and
Pluto, Steam and Gas Fitter
Coniliicif ial Ave . her. fontfi nnd ma.
C A 1 uo.
Uilve Well Furcc and Lift Pumua furnlahed and
ut up. Audit for the Colobratud
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMF
he best i.nmp ovtir Invented. New On FlxUret
uri l-hei' to oritur. Out r'lxturea reualrud sad
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