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CAIR'V H L., TUr.I)AV MORNING. IlKi EMH II 16, 1884.
IN THE PASTRY
Tanlll. n - .
'I"drt'. ... drllcalcly and nut.
rally .tbrrull tr.m which they aroa.aclaT ,
FUVOK THEY STAND ALONE.
Price flaking Powder Co..
Chicago. !.. et. Uou fro.
Dr.Prici's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lnpulln Yeast Gems,
lit Ury Hop Yra.l.
rOR BALE ST OHJOCIEUa.
WI DIKE BUT ONB QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 19i Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ajjent foi thu Celebrate'.
alao Carrlca the 'rj. ot aud ttt-rt -' cti-d el ck 01
ever bmuKbt I the city. Prce ranlnc frn" the
lo. lur crimp tive oKl iibe cin.e-t B.lho,
ON th FINEST and BE.T.
Builder-' II ir wa c, and i mm il.-tv tmunt o
Tmwar-, (ri',ir ,re, - art'i'0arn -.n ' a if i irn
lino of tin r" f.rn'-h a r iin,d. I. an p.. fixture
ate. all x'in h 'tor pa ci 'if.
(irti.T lj'n nA Cum n-rcl. Aieuti--. C to, lil.
Tlpbom No, 'it
NOTICE to the PUBLIC
Du. S. L. GESXER,
on of the mt rniln n' and ac In' Kur..p"an
ocnll'U and opt nan-, will folly a p alo i ho ad
nng , dl"ada'iUir mid ahi-e our eve.,
tha entire of ni'ich fmll' ir evu ulit and how
to take Cure of tlvm by lb a, pri-arlam umi ol
Brilliant and Crystalized Spec'aclas,
KYKOI.AH8KH, to. j
Fof furthuruf irmntloo tec r. (iKER-tTho ,
Hi lidar HoD.e, wbrre yo'i can on.ult tilm fr. e m
charge. Tbe b.l nfi fouce- ait i M ability wi I ,
tif".adleadlrnrtot)'iv te'f vw examined
at tbelr "n re-Id cm ae the amu dour, ;
by leaving mden at Tbe Uallkl.i lloo.e, I
Goldstine & Roseuwater
130 & 138 Oom'l Avo.
bare full and comp el lln of
Linen troods, Duster, Notions, Etc.
A heavy a lock ot Body Braal, Taper
triot aud Ingrain
A. full itOfit of Oil 0'b, all alius r.d ptco.
All Wooda .Hot torn Prioil
Grand Central Store.
OATHO. - ILT,
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Manufacture and TX's'Br tn
6th Htrvoi , In-tv ot'ii ( oui'l Avu. ,,ud l.cvuo.
UAlKO 11. 1. IN M.
CHOKE BOlUNG A tsTKl'lALl i
ALL KINDS OP AMDNITIO.V.
lafei llesilred, All ttlnda ol Kojri Hide.
TILDEN TAKES A HAND.
He Wants to Havo a Finger in
Cleveland Indebted to Him lor Holp at
Critical Moments, a Fact He Will
Not Be Allowed to lomt.
Samuel J. Randall to Be the Dcm ficiaiy of
tho Sage's I. flu:nce With the
Kew Yoric, December 15. TUden
claims Lis reward anU must have his say
about Cleveland's Cabinet. lie declared
that he was not a candidate for President
Just In tbe nick of time for G rover Cleve
land to secure the New York delegates to
tbe Democratic National Convention, and
wrote a letter In aid ol Cleveland. The
Tllden machine and the TUden literary
bureau were run at high pressure
for the candidate. All these serv
ices merit reward, and Tllden
is not bashful about claiming It. For a
month bis agent have Ix-en passing be
tween Greystone aud the Executive Man
sion. John Hlgelow, former Secretary of
State, bus been the chief man In tbe nego
tiations, though he has been modest. Tho
Governor has spent many hours each day
at the Executive Mansion, especially in
the afternoon, and Bielow has bad
abundant chance to express
about the makeup of the Cabinet. Win.
C. Whitney Is said to be another agent of
Tilden's In this matter, and bis cons taut
presence here Is interpreted by politi
cians as indicative of the fact that Tllden
Is taking an ardent interes't In the con
struction of the Cabinet. Washington
Democrats of eminence are aware
of ibis fact aud kcveral of them, it is 1
said have visited Tilden and asked his
aid with t'loeiand. Smith M. Wood is
also acting as agent for Tildeu. It is
said that Weed aud Whitney were at
Greystone yesterday. Samuel J. Kamlall
paid Tilden a visit aud went on to visit
some relatives at Sing Siua. Weed took j
the same tra'n as Randall and went to Al- j
bauy aud visited Governor Cleveland in '
the evening. Tbe politicians think that
Weed said a I
(iiMiDWoiiu kou Randall
for a ('itMuet position. Yet Weed himself
l ail to lie a candidate lor Secretary of
tin; Interior, lie may not, th'-ivfore, have
been vociJ. ions in K.tudull' India I. TU
den, however, is under so many oblia
li'in. to Randall ttiat it is thought that he
will push him vigorously fr a Cabinet
poitl ni. Cleveland's friends say that
the Governor is also grateful to liauilall
for the votes of the Pennsylvania delega
tion at the Democratic Convention. Kan
dall threw these votes lor Cleveland ut a
critical moment In Cleveland's fortunes
in the convention, aud Cleveland showed
by bis cordial greeting to Randall after
the convention that he appreciated his
Cleveland received this morning a dele
gation from Missouri, who came hereto
press Congressman Droudnea 1 for Attorney-General.
Those coinjolng It are j
Jan. J. Llndley, John I Marin, K. A. !
Campbell, John (. Prat her aud John G.
l'rii.'ht, all of St. Louis. i
IGOIIMANVS 1'OL.IIICAI, FINESSE.
Mr. BUklae Attributes His Defeat to Dr.
Washington, D. C, December 15.
The Sunday CkrwUcie makes a curious
statemeut concerning Dr. Burchard, of
New York, and Senator Gorman, of Mary
laud. It says that Blaine has talked with
Interest about bis defeat. He has abound
ed in campaign reminiscences. He tries
to Ignore the Independent movement aud
attributes his defeat to Dr. Burchard. In
that connection he makes a remarkable
assertion. It Is that he has positive proof
that Senator Gorman, Chairniau of the
Democratic Executive Committee, was
Insirumeutal In Inducing Dr. Burchard to
make tho "Hum, Itoiuaulsin and Rebel
lion" speech, Blaine has a profound ap
preciation of Senator Gorman's political
THE NICAKAUCAN TREATY,
Benefits tad Concessions Gained and
Niw York, December 15. Tho Times
this morning publishes tho provisions of
tbe proposed treaty with Nicaragua. Tho
United States undertakes to construct In
accordance with Engineer Meuocal's sur
veys, and complete with all possible dis
patch a ship canal suitable for the demands
of commerce, to bevdn at Greytown and
intersect the Kan Juan Klver above Rio
j Colorado; thence by the Klver San Juan
to uuo rticarauuas across mat iaae to
the mouth of the River Del Medio; thence
to the Pact tic at naroor unto.
Nicaragua grants and cedes to tho
United States the right of way; also a
strip of land three miles wide each side
of the canal, together with the ports and
harbors of Gieytowu and Brito. The ab
solute ownership and management of the
canal will be with the United States,
Nicaragua will have half the toll collect
ed, llio lands granted are to become
part of tho domain of the United States.
I Tho greater purl of the treaty relates to '
delljlilg the boiuu Miles of these lands.
The only lieueilt wuioh Nicaragua obtains
fioui these concessions is the develop
I niHiit of her natural rest iniv.es snd her
share In the caual.lolls. There is also
to be reciprocity between the two coun
tries In all respect. Tbe commerce of the
two nations Is to be on an equal footing.
The Centennial Conference.
Bai.timohk, Mil, December IS, The
olmlr of the presiding olhVcr of tho Metli-
odlsl Centennial Cnufereiiee was this
i morning tilled by Bishop Hood, of the A,
M. K. CIiuiyIi. The session opened with
tho (tinging of tbu hymn, "For Here My
Ke.it Siiall Be," after wliloli prayer was
olferud by Rev. T. N, lloyle, of Allegheny
The first order of IhinIuoss on the reg
ular programme was the reatllim ol a pa
per by Bishop 1 II. llolsey, of the col
ored M. E. Church, of Augusta, Ga., ou
I "Methodist Menus of Grace." Thopreach
' lug of the uospt I he considered the most
important means of grace; the
tAiup-meetlng is auotber Important fac
tor, and this means ol salvation should
amr bo oilcnlnavtod from Mothodlam.
and prayer Is a most formidable weapon,
without which victory can not be hoped
for. Fasting ami abstinence are also
great means of grate. Class meetings
have been In part useful in obtaining aud
retaining tho graceof God.
Ulwliop Andrews announced that tho
business committee bad thought it desir
able to have a love feast as the ilnalo of
the session of the coulcrenco on Wednes
itev, A. S. Hunt, Secretary of the
American Bible Society, read a very In
teresting paper on the "Aim aud Charac
ter of Methodist Preaching."
A general discussion followed, for
thirty minutes, when tho Conference took
a recess until three o'clock.
David Davis Confident
Bloominoto.v, III., December 15.
Ex-Vice-President David Davis was ap
proached to-day for an interview on the
political situation. The Senator replied
that he bad nothing to say. Cleveland,
he had every confidence, would make a
very acceptable President, and had a
pplendld opportunity of becoming a pop
ular Executive, lie did not think, that
the country was going to experience a
financial panic to any great extent, but
In the course of a few months tbe feeling
of distrust aud uncertainty In money and
commercial matters would pass away.
Effected a Settlement and Was Released.
Bloomington, III., December 15.
To-day Jacob Ellnian, the wholesale dry
goods aud notion merchant of this city,
was released from custody, he having
been arrested as previously telegraphed,
charged with having obtained goods to
the amount of several thousand dollars
from Chicago and St. Louis parties ou
false pretenses. Ellmau settled with his
creditors by paying eighty cents on the
Barker Begins to Explain His Testi
mony. Washington, D. C, December 15.
Before the Springer Committee to-day, J.
J. Barker, who has been engaged for some
days in making serious charges against
the management of the First Comptroll
er's olllce, made a correction in bis testi
mony respecting tbe manner in which the
accouuts of court officers were passed
upon by the Department. Ue said he
meant to be understood as testifying that
the accounts paid out of the Attorney
General's lund were carefully examined
on their merits, and that the irregulari
ties were in accouuts which were not
payable out of that fund. The alteration
made by the witness mystified the com
mittee considerably. Mr. Fyan, of the
committee, said he could not understand
the d'rect testimony when compared with
th ' corrections.
Judge Lawrence, First Comptroller,
thtu testified in bis own behalf, produc
ing a general answer to the charges
made by Barker. The answer which
set his office straight was forti
rkd by rejioits and letters
from clerks. Lawrence explained how
Barker came to resign. He said the State
of Florida had a claim aganist the Gov
ernment on account of lands, which he
clire'ted should not be paid during his
absence. Barker persuaded the Deputy
Comptroller to pass upon the voucher for
a pait of the amount. Lawrence called
for an explanation, and Instead of ex
plaining Barker resigned.
Chief Justice Waite Sick.
Washington, D. C, December 15.
No decisions of general public importance
were rendered by the United Suites Su
preme Court to-day. Chief Justice Walte,
who was takeu sick ou Saturday, was ub
H'nt from his seat for tbe first time since
he assumed the dutiesof olllce. His sick
ness was uot regarded as serious. He is
coutlued to his bed. Justice Waller was
acting temporarily as Chief Justice.
Washington, D. C, December 15.
Mr. Ingalls, from the Committee on Judi
ciary, submitted a report on tbe legislation
necessary to restrict the appointment of
special agents and detectives in the De
partment ol Justice, which was ordered
Mr. Morrill Introduced a substitute for
the House bill relating to the coinage of
silver dollars, providing for the suspension
of the purchase of silver and the coinage
of silver dollars whenever there was an
excess of silver coin lu the Treasury over
silver certificates of seventy millions, and
the resumption of the coinage of silver
dollars wheu the excess of colu over cer
tificates was less than sixty uiilllous; al
so providing for the purchase of trade
dollars as bullion. Referred to the Com
mittee on Finauce.
The Chair laid beforo the Senate Mr.
Van Wyck's resolution reciting that the
Spaulsh treaty has been made public by
the King of Spain, In advance of its sub
mission with due solemnity to the Scnato,
and that as tbe treaty involved Important
measures of revenue, but no diplomatic
secrets, it was expedient that it should be
discussed In open session.
On the consideration of this resolution
Senator Hoar called for executive ses
sion. Senator Hawley secondod the mo
tion, and shortly before one o'clock the
galleries were cleared.
After half an hour spent in trausactlou of
unimportant business, by unanimous con
sent, the States and Territories were
called for the introduction of bills for
reference. The usual number of bills
were Introduced and referred to appro
Mr. Cox (of New York) offered a reso
lution calling u,oti the Secretary of the
Navy for Information conccruiug the death
of Frederick 8. Strong, lato cadet at the
Naval Academy, alleged to have been
caused by cruelties practiced upon him
by senior cadets. Referred to the Naval
Mr. Hopkins (of Pennsylvania), from
the Committee on Labor, reported a reso
lution a king the Attorney-General wheth
er, In tils opinion, the eight-hour law ap
plied to leiter-carrlers. Agreed to.
Mr. Vilkius (of Ohio), lu behalf of the
Committee on Banking and Currency,
moved to Mispetid tho rules ftntl
tlx Thursday, January l&lh, fur
tin' consideration of tho Senate
1)1 1 1 to provide for tho Issuing of circu
lating notes of banking associations
known us the Mcpherson hlli; and the
Diugley House bill to authorise tho
Secretary of the Treasury to luvest tliu
lawful money deposited by National
banks In tl:o redemption of their cur
rency. Tho proposition wan resisted bf
Messrs. Yaple (ot Michigan) and Potter
(of Now York) to fa.Kwch.eii vigooroamry8-
3usaox County, Now Yoric, Oroatly
Excitod Ovor Attempted
Tha Gray? of An Ex-3euator Opened in a
Heavy S orm, But the Kabbexs
A Fourte-n Year-0 d Corpse Dug Up For
a Fresh Bubj ;ct Persevering
Nkw York, December 15. An at
tempt has been made to sr.eal the body of
Mrs; John F. Canileld from the cemetery
at Brauchvllle. This Is tho third attempt
to rob graves In that vicinity In the past
fortnight, but as In the two former at
tempts, the body-snatchera were frighten
ed away before they had accomplished their
object. The grave of ex-Senator Zachariah
D. Price was opened during the heavy
storm Saturday night a week ago. The
desecration created more excitement In
Sussex County than those residing there
bad experienced in mauy years. There
was not the slightest clew discovered.
Indignation had hardly began to cool
wheu news came that the Branchville
Cemetery had been visited, which sent it
up to the boiling poiut again.
GOT THK WRUNG BODY.
The body of Mrs. Johu F. CanQeld was
burled In a plot owned by her family,
and on the following day the grave was
sodded, as were all the graves In the
plot. This made it difficult for tbe rob
bers to discern which grave Mrs. Can
field was buried in, and when they opened
the grave they got Into that of Mrs.
Emeline Canileld instead of hers. Mrs.
Emelluo Cautleld had been burled for
fourteen years, which fact tho body
snatchers discovered when they tried to
wrench off the cofflu lid. Apparently they
were uot dishearteued by their mistake,
for work was begun on another grave,
which was also not that of Mrs. John F.
Canileld. They did not reach the coffin
in this instanco, aud seem to have been
A DOCTOK'sJ AUUEST.
Sonsational Disclosures Following: ft
Maldftu'a Deatb Lynching:
MiDDi.KnofUNi:, W. Va., December
15. There has been Intense excitement
here for a day or two over tbe seusation
al developments following the death of
Miss Mary McCoy, (laughter of the richest
man lu the place, who died suddenly be
fore daylight ou Saturday morning. The
cause of death was givvu out as neuralgia
of the heart. Yesterday the attending
.physician aud the deceased lady's father
went before the Grand Jury and caused
the Indictment of Dr. De Fore, a proui
ineut physician here, for malpractice.
The Grand Jury discovered that before
dying, .Miss .McCoy had confessed to a
friend that she had been betrayed and
taken poison with intention of ending her
life. An indictment being found Dr. De
Fore was arrested and placed lu jail.
Miss McCoy was the belle of the place,
anil her wealth and beauty made her a gen
eral favorite. There is the utmost indig
nation felt against Dr. Do Fore, and
lynching is freely talked of. The talk
alarmed the authorities, and the doctor
was secretly taken to Martinsville for
A VICARIOUS SACiUFICE.
A Young' Girl, Supposed to Have Been
Taken for Her Sister, Fatally Shot.
Milwackke, Wis,, December 15.
While arrangement were being made for
a wedding on tbe west side last night,
Anna llockbosh, a thirteen-year-old sis
ter of the bride, stepped out of the house
to call a neighbor. She had gone but a
few rods wheu a pistol shot was heard,
and it was found that the girl had been
shot In the bead. No person was seen In
the vicinity at tho time, either by tho girl
or her friends. The girl is reported dy
ing. There is not the slightest clew to
the person who did the shooting, though
the police think that the girl was mis
taken for her sister, the bride.
DISGRACED MY HIS DAUGHTER,
A Sensitive German Blows His Brains
Frkkman, III., December 15. Moses
Kotz, a German real estate agent, who
came here about a year ago from St.
Louis, blew bis brains out tbls morning
with a shot-gun. Ho had heard that his
married daughter bad eloped with a Ger
man music teacher, leaviug her husband
and three children behind.
An Engineer's Head Crushed.
Corky, Pa., December 15. As train
No. 49 was passing Grant Station on tho
New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio Railroad1
at 5:15 this morning, Engineer James
Ballard, while looking out ot the cab win
dow toward tho rear of the train, struck
his head against a box car standing on a
side track. His head was terribly crushed,
and he died shortly after the accident.
He leaves a wife and daughter residing lu
An Eng-lneer Instantly Killed and a Fire
man burlouaiy Injured. .
Pittsiilrgii, Pa., December 15. A
freight train on the Pittsburgh & Western
Railroad ran Into a landslide near Gey
cr's Station, thirteen miles from this city,
this moriilug, wrecking the engine and
seven cars. Engineer Dunlel Costello
was killed Instantly and the fireman, Johu
Taternll, was fatally Injured.
A Traying XVople.
Nkw Oltl.KANM, La., December 1 0. At
this moment everybody lu New Orleans
und the surrounding country Is prajlng
thai to-morrow may Ik, clear and biautl
lul, so Ihut when New Orleans, always
gay ami picturesque, puts on bur gayest
anil most nlcturesipie aillnJ, she may bu
Hblo to display hi r ehanns under th
li lentlly rays nl a smiling mm. 'iVro
will be miles ol bunting In the strerts,
and thousands of lla"s thrown to the
breer,e. Rev. De Witt Talinagv of
Brooklyn, will ask heaven's bless
tng on the assembled multi
tude after which Major Burke, Director-General
of tho ICxpoiltlou, will
ta.ru U.i nnxiuris, buildings. ., over
focniall y to the Governor of the flUlu.
the State. The two dignitaries will then
pull the lever that w ill set the Corliss
engine and the machinery of the. Exposi
tion In motion.
Two Thousand Hsn Thrown Out of Em
Virrsmruii, Pa., December 15. Tho
tnnst important move in labor circles tlmt
has taken place this winter, is ttu notice
which was posted In tho Edgar Thomp
son Steel Works, at Biaddoek, this morn
ing, to the effect that to-morrow the en
tire plant will be closed Indefinitely. This
action has been brought about by un
precedented scarcity of orders. The
managers say that they wouul be unable
to coulluuu work longer, even at a re
duction In all departments. Two
thousand men aro thrown out of employ
ment. His Works Live After Him.
Cincinnati, 0., December 15. Tho
will of Reuben R. Springer was probated
to-day. The charities he endowed In his
life time are continued by his will after
death. None who were near or dear to
him, whether relatives, friends or serv
ants, have been forgotten, Tbe bequests
comprise $3,000,000. A music hall, a
college of music and an art museum are
endowed; Catholic and Protestant char
ities are also endowed. The residuary
legatees are the children of three de
ceased sisters and one cousin. His ex
ecutors are T. 1). Llncolu, Joshua 11.
Bates and Charles Routt. The will is
Disastrous Fire at Beividere, 111.
Bklvidkrk, III., December 15. Fire
broke out In Park Hills coal sheds last
night, aud before It could be got under
control thlrtceu buildings were burued,
including the Park Hills coal sheds and
office, Crumb's store room, Pardiug's
elevators, Wright's large double store, a
building occupied by Greenlee Bros.'
hardware, Freight & Son's law olllce, Sul
livan's saloon, List's wagon factory and
blacksmith shops. The loss will reach
840,000; insured for one-third.
WAS IT JlUKDElt?
The Coroner InyesHga'ing a Mys'erous
Death Which Ocourrjd List
A Woman Who Seems to Have Had Too
Much Money and Property For
Her Own Sa ety.
Nkw York, December 15. A good deal
of excitement exists ill Lyons N. Y., ow
ing to rumors of a probable murder re
cently committed lu the town of Sod us
but as yet the facts lu the cae seem to le
known only to the police aud detectives,
w ho are hard at work on it. Miss Par
meln Marquet, a dashing young lady and
of generally good health, died very sud
denly at the house of her tdsttr, Mrs.
Geo. Bridges, lu Lyons on the bth of Oc
tober. At the time of her death there
were slight suspicions of foul play, out
the burial of her lody was not Interfered
with. Since then, however, new clews
have beeu obtained. It seems that Miss
WAS AN HKIItr.SS
to several hundred acres of valuable
fanning land in this county, besides
many thousand dollars. She lived for
some time in her sister's family, but
owing to domestic troubles she suddenly
left there aud went to live In the family
of Albert Thorn. Last August she, as Is
alleged, was prevailed upon to give Mrs.
Thorn a deed of her farm besides making
a will in her favor. The Bridges were
enraged at the uews of this action, they
claiming that they should have the prop
erty. Miss Marquet aud her sister Mrs.
Bridges had nothing to do with each oth
er for some time, until on October 8th,
when Mrs. Bridges suddenly sent for
Miss Marquet to come to the former's
house for a short visit. She ac
cepted tho Invitation aud went there,
arriving In the evening. In about an
hour after arriving at her sister's Miss
Marquet was taken with vomiting and
died several hours later. Yesterday tho
Coroner Impaneled a jury and bad the
grave of the deceased opened. Physi
cians removed the abdominal viscera,
after which the body was relntorred.
The parts removed have beeu sent to
Prof. Lattlmore, of Rochester, for an
alysis. TELEGUAl'IIIC UKEVITIBS.
Twelve hundred people atteuded a
Bonupartlst banquet in Paris.
Mrs. Kate Dodge, a widow, drowned
herself lu a well at Paris, Tex.
A railroad agent's safe at Dresden
Tenn., was blown open and 1 1,000 stolen
John McCurley is In custody at Neosho,
Mo. Ho Is wauled at Springfield for
The New York clgarmakers will send a
committee to oppose tho ratification of
the Spanish treaty.
Iu raking tho ruins of tho big fire at
St. Marys, Kas., the remains of Judge
Alvah Iligbee were found.
Fire destroyed tho Calumet Sewer-plpo
Works near Toronto, 0., the largest In
tbe country. Loss, 100,000.
The facts do not confirm the sensational
report of great loss of llfo during tho re
cent storm on tho Rappahannock.
St. Joseph Is suffering from depreda
tions of thieves ami burglars, who seem
to have fairly swarmed Into that city,
Wages of window glass workers at j
Pittsburgh will not bo reduced, but the
works will shut down during the holi
days. A Socialist gathering In Paris was at
toiicled by two thousand workmeu, who
did nothiug worse than say violent
Albert McClnn' and Newt. Cochran
Iiave been Hrieled at Doniphan. Mo,,
charged with causing the death of Arch
Plans are helng perfected for a mou
nter pui'nde of Idle men lu New York.
They will duuiaiid that tho hours of
street laboreii lie reduced from ten to
In a cpeei'h at Plymouth the Earl of
Moily nld, uiter d"pivcatlng the solvit
of hostility (hat still exKts In Irelaud,
that It would "und mMe lly lie necessary
In DM to renew the coercloti act."
The charters for OH National bink", or
nearly one-fourth the rntlrn number, will
expire during tho six months between
January Island June 1st. it Is estimated
torco-fourtha of Um namtxir will renw
their charters, but tt la thotJtfhl Uaty K ill
reteoa ftr ntrcottttQa.
TM" iowd' r iirvt-r vitrie.. A marvel of pur'ty,
ilroniln und hi lesomeorat ore eeuui.mtcal
tli mi or innry klnttc. and ra not bo anld n cum
pet il, ii with the mnltl ude of low ten', bort
walnut, alum n i lni.ph.tr pi wdt-r. SoM uDlf
In can.. Kt'YAL BAKPG Hi WD R CO.,
inn Wa I t e-t. New York.
Amoilrm din ct fwl S'uitt'ni. Lnmpa, ulcVle
pm tfil A I iiiiL'tr nl ice nl o t n moved The
mp citv o' il i r n i voir I. i ne th il ninro tliitn
; nv ' ihiT sn'.i. Th' ae lami a buy b i-n thorontfh-
u toln mi l dave tlMMi iiniv.'riil Htllo t en.
No tint' i-n" ntf i i t,i do w tho I one, a. I b .ve put
the prue di wn to Hah. wlilvu ttie nuch of all.
HSnnrt VO Commercial Ave., - ClUO, ILL
L. R FALCOXER,
D nler in
Met. lie Cases.
Ac , 4c.
alwa on Land.
nf so. in readi
ngs win ii cailed
o, 12 Oth St., Cairo, 111
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Succcsscr to Chaa T. NewIanJ and
Plunk Steam and Gas fitter
Coniineici.il Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
vent h Ms ,
bflvo Wei! Kirt-uHiid Lift Pumps furnished and
uii I up Ani'iit for the Culobratod
"BUCKEYE 'FORCE PUMP,
ho bunt pump over invrntnd. New Oaa Flitaref
iini-hei' to oritur. U rt fixture, repaired and
(dJutiiiliifi promptly attended to 319-tf
l!oni mission Merchants,
n.OUK, GRAIN AND HA
r.aS uvi,.,, k u for Wrmat,
If "I T f r work !? It i ' e S nl 10 cents
M V I i I i .1 u ii. mid u '"J! yno.
11 fr . r in , Ins i am,ii b xof
t ( i i t I I ."H ioii' ' t "i 1 mt'ia m 'r
m n u rim il'it in in vim . v" ihinii'h i'ii-
h o ut I ." ... "ell''' l ' ' q-'lmd. Voa
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iv. i, d i) nl Ml ii. ' l" in ' Misili ml 'unr
I'V.oiiiiif. TH t hi nhiiwmii wnr1! mm is t tho
h hlii" wu nmlie tin ' iipiirnllelH elfer . To all
tin ii miit-ml ll" tli '' d M lupay forth
I oiiiil" I wr lin. Fit I parti n ara.ulrac Ions,
etc., ont fr. . Iiuiuuua pay abaoluta aurs for
all wuo Hurt at oiirw. Dua't delay. Addraaa
S UN SON d CO,, Portland, Mains.
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