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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1881.
IN THE PASTRY
-.., anionic yand d.i
rally a. the fruit rw... Uki.i. ..
FOB tfTttEXUTH AND TRUE FRUIT
LAUU THEY STAND ALONE.
Price Bakin? Powder Co.,
Chlcato, 111. 8t. Loui., Mo.
fir.Prfci'sCrtam Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupulln Yeast Gems,
Meet Dry Hup Vc.it
TOR BALE BT OROCEEft
WS MAKE Bl'T ONt QUALITY.
v). TV. HENDERSON
No. 1 9 4 Commercial Ave.,
Hole Agent foi tie Celebrate.'.
elaocarrlet thelargett and beat selected itockol
ever bmuubt tithe cltr. Price ranirlnc from the
lot eat iur t cheep itove op to the cloiert a k urea
OX the FINEST and BEST.
Bnlldere' Jlirdwe-e, end t complete te.ortment o
Tinwar. Oranlteware, Earthenware and e g-nrre
line of Ilouee Kurulahlnn Uoode, Lamp, Fixtures
etc. Cell audtxamtn bulore pO'Cia;ue.
Corner lith end ('otnmt-rcial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. IX.
NOTICE to the PUBLIC
Dr. S. L. GESNER,
one of the mntt eminent end ncreafnl European
ocall'te end opt cleo., will fully exp tin Ibe ad
vantage, dl-advautaKee and ahurc. ( onr eve,
the cauee of ao much failing ere-eiuhl and how
to take cure of them by the appropriate use ol
Brilliant and Crystatized Spectacles,
For further information aee Or. GKSEfttThe
Hailidar Houae, where you can consult him free of
charge. Tbe biat reference aa to fan ability wl.l
flfLadlee dealrnfr to have the'r eyes examined
at tnelr own re.ldin-e. can l ave the -arau done,
by leafing orders at The llalliday Home,
Goldstine & Kosenwater
136 &138 Oora'l Ave.
bare a full and compile line of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A he try toe If ot Body Brueeele, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full Hock ol Oil o'.be , all allies ar.d prlcei.
All lnnde i Hottom PrleMl
n. a. imitu. .
Grand Central Store.
C) 1KO. - - ' ELL.
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
to Street. betwuun Com'l Ave. ud Li'veo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITIOK.
tafei Reealrtd, All Klndi ol Ktvs Mid.
AN ICE PALACE,
But Not a Nioa Td'.s.oo la Yhich to
Sojourn For Any Length
t of Time.
Ths Steamship Schiedam, of the Fether
land Line, Meets With An Acoident at
Sea Which Retards Her Progress.
Terrible Fatigue and Suffering of Her Offi
cert and CrewThree Firemen
'" ;t Scalded, One Fatally.
Nkw Yobk, December 22. The steam
ship Sheridan, ot tbe Nethorland Line,
from Amsterdam, slowly steamed up tbe
bay yesterday and at noon reached her
wharf at tbe foot of Sussex street, Jersey
City, after aa eventful voyage of twenty
two day. Iter sides, from tbe water line
were lncrusted with ice from an Inch to a
foot thick. Around tbe deck projection
bung a fringe of icicles, against which tbe
pitiless rain pelted slowly melting them
away. Her standing rigging looked as if
made of glass. Ice a foot thick filled the
lec scuppers and spread out over the deck.
She presented a glorious appearance, and
the passengers on the ferry-boats admired
her as she steamed up, little thinking that
she had met with a serious accident
while out at sea.
As the hawsers were made fast a sailor
ran to tbe Superintendent's office, and
shortly afterward au ambulance arrived.
Two stretchers were gently carried down
the companion-way, and two forms were
placed In the wagon, which was rapidly
driven to tbe Charity Hospital. The in
jured men were Firemen Ualtus Kreckler
and Foom Kanon, who were badly scald
ed by the explosion of one of the super
heaters while the Schiedam was oS tbe
banks of Newfoundland on tbe 12th inst.
fireman Frederick Kerston, who was also
Injured, died on the following day, and
his body was buried at sea.
Captain 1). Uaraecourt was In his bunk
and last asleep half an hour after bis ship
was made fast. Tbe fatigue attending tbe
long, perilous trip wore him out. One of
tbe sailors told the story of the voyage.
The Schiedam left Amsterdam Novem
ber 30th. She bad fifty passengers and a
light cargo of general merchandise. The
weather was fine tbe first few days, but
on nearlng tbe coast, she encountered
heavy gales. Tbe waves swept over the
deck, bending the guard rails as if they
were made made of reeds. The batches
were battened down, and the passeugers
were obliged to remain below. Most of
them became sea sick from the heavy
pitching and tossing. Tbe steamer stood
the weather well and was making as much
progress at possible under the circum
stances. On the night of tho 12th, when off New
foundland, a loud report was heard, and
Instantly the engine room filled with
steam. Tbe passengers became terrified,
but the Captain, who Is a brave officer,
a inured them that there was no danger.
Very little steam entered tho saloon,
which reassured the more timid. As
quickly as possible the engines were
stopiKid and an examination made. The
superheater on the starboard side, in
which the steam is closed after being gen
crated In the boilers, blew off the cap.
The three firemen were badly scalded be
fore tbey could get away.
The boiler was found to be intact, but
was rendered useless for the rest of the
voyage. After a delay of several hours
sufllclent steam was generated In the
other boiler, and the vessel made about
half tbe usual headway. It was not con
sidered necessary to put into Newfound
land for repairs, aud tbe Schiedam con
tinued her journey to New York, making
It In nine days. The crew -worked night
and day, every man belugj required to do
From Newfoundland down the weath
er was unusually severe, heavy seas run
ning all the time, so that tbe sails could
only be used at times.
Tbe Injured men received all care and
attention from the ship's surgeon, but
Karstendled on the 13th, and was burled.
The passengers enjoyed but little rest,
and when Sandy Hook light was sighted
prayers went up from the Hps ot many.
Tbey all looked tired and sleepless, and
did not want to exchange the usual greet
ings when the wharf was reached. Tbey
all seemed glad to touch terra Anna, and
hurried away as quickly as the Custom
bouse inspectors would allow.
Steamer Bristol Hunt Into
Bohooner Semarara-Botb Vet-
Nxw London, Conn., December 22.
About half past twelve o'clock yesterday
morning, during a heavy snow-storm, the
steamer Bristol, of tho Fall River Line,
en route to Fall River from New York,
struck an unknown sailing vessel while
coming through the race. Tho sailing
vessel was lost sight of, and tho Bristol
anchored off the south side of Fishers
Island. At daylight she steamed for this
harbor, arriving at half past eight o'clock,
and reported tho collision. Tho Bristol
struck the other vessel just forward ol
the foremast, and a piece of tho jib stuck
to tho steamer.
On examination of tho Bristol, It was
found that bor falso how was stovo in to
the wood cud. Her water-tight compart
ment, however, prevented her from sink
ing. About twenty feet of her net work
was carried away and other slight dam
ago done to her upper works. Tho In
Jury to tho bow was repaired temporarily
and tho Bristol was to proceed at mid
night if tho weather permitted. She had
only about ouo hundred and fifty passeu
gcrs on board.
Yesterday afternoon a tug came Into
the harbor, having In tow tho vessel with
which tho Bristol had collided. Sho is
the schooner DcmRrara. laden with latbi
and filled with water, Sho was found by
the tag, abandoned by her crow, the
mcmoora oi wnicn may nave
may nave reached :
Fisher's Island In safety, 'as tho yawl boat ,
and compass are missing.
Resoue of a Bark's Orew,
Saltimork, Md., December 22. Tho
steamship America, arriving at this port,
reports tho full particulars of the rescue
ot tho crew of tho Norwegian bark Yuguo,
On her last outward bound trip from Bal
timore to Bremen ou December 7th, Id
latitude 41 deg . and SO mln., and long!,
taita 81 dag., tlx America noticed large
amone of wreetAge afloat. Shortly af.
awvarthafW4 dtornanUed kolk,
Through powerful glasses It was seen
that a number ot men were clinging to
Five volunteers were aoon off to the
rescue. It was with the greatest dif
ficulty and heroic struggling that they
finally reached tbe Yugue ahd took from
the rigging tbe nearly famished crew,
composed ot the Captain and eight men.
The rescued men stated that tbe vessel
had been caught in a gale and became
water-logged. For five days they had
subsisted on a little bread soaked in sea
water, and were nearly exhausted when
Several Fatal and Serious Explosions In
Pittsburgh, Pa., December 22. Nat
ural gas has been playing sad havoc at
different places in Western Pennsylvania
within the past twenty-four hours. Re
ports of explosions, attended with fatal
and serious results, have been received
from Butler and Washington, while In
this city a building on Magee street, oc
cupied by II. Studt as a grocery store,
was completely demolished last evening.
At Washington, Fa., tbe residence of
William Rabe was partly wrecked, and
Rabe, his wife and child injured so badly
that all have since died.
At Butler, the. fine residence of John
Gates was entirely demolished, and the
family, consisting of himself, wife and
four children, all grown up, were burled
in .the debris. Fortunately tbe entire
family were rescued without having sus
tained fatal injuries, although all were
nioro or less seriously hurt.
lahailnr foul Air.
Faykttevhxe, N. C, December 22.
The inhalation of an irrespirable gaa,
produced by burning coal In tbe Metbo.
dlst Sunday-school Chapel here, yester
day morning, produced among the teach
ers and children a condition of partial
suffocation. Some fifteen children and a
few ot the Instructors fell -from their
seats, prostrate and fainting, presenting
a fearful spectacle. But for the prompt
action of others in admitting fresh air,
fatal results must have ensued. . R.
Thompson, for forty years pastor and
librarian, is yet seriously ill, and may
Suffocated by Coal Oaa. .
Albany, N. Y., December 22. Egbert
Earl and his infant daughter were suffo
cated by coal gas from a stove last night.
A boy who was sleeping with the father,
and tbe mother, with whom tbe babe waa
sleeping, are alive, but In a critical con
dition. The South, American Trade Commission
Visit the Cotton Centennial.
Nkw Orleans, La., December 22. Ex
Governor T. C. Reynolds, the Hon. S. 0.
Thatcher and Secretary W. E. Curtis, of
the South American Trade Commission,
have arrived here from the city of Mex
ico, where the commission spent two
weeks. It's sessions were attended by
President Diaz, who assured tbe mem
bers that he wished to do everything
putisioie vo ouuu up me commercial re
laiions oi me two countries. The com
mission has been at work since September
iasi, anu nas visited new York, ttaltl
more, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
The members will remain here for about
two weeks, and then sail for Central
Catholio Church Burned.
Bay City, Mich., December 22. Just
before midnight lost night fire broke out
In the St. James Catholio Church, sit
uated at the corner of Twelfth and Mon
roe streets, and despite all efforts to save
It, the edifice was burned to the ground,
entailing a loss of about nine thousand
dollars; partially insured.
WIH Beaeh Two Millions.
Nkw York, December 22. It is stated
on good authority that the loss to tho
Pratts Astral Oil Company, by the burn,
lug of their works yesterday, reaches two
million dollars. Their extensive machin
ery was of the most improved pattern,
aud tbe stock of oil on band was enor
mous, owing to tho depression in trade,
which made shipments small.
Holtnorth to be Oourt-Sf artlaled.
Washington, D. C, December 22.
Sergeant Holtnorth, of the Signal Ser
vice, recently sent West by tho Secretary
of War, in search of Howgate, has re
turned and has been released from duty.
It Is alleged that Holtnorth obtained tho
information which induced the Secretary
of War to send him, as a detective, by
rifling Lieutenant Qreely's private papers.
He is to be court-martialed.
Garland and the Cabinet.
Washington, D. C, December 22.
Senator Garland has returned from Al
bany, where he had a consultation with
Governor Cleveland, It is stated to-dav.
on tbe authority of ono of his friends in
the House, that it has been agreed be
tween Garland and Cleveland that he shall
go into tbe Cabinet.
The Inauguration Ball. '
Washington, D. C, December 22.
The new pension building has been se
cured for the Inauguration Ball.
Tho United States Sunrcmo Court has
idjourncd to tbe Cth of January .
ocuutor x air arrived last evculug,
Decided By the Supreme Court.
Washington, D. C, December 22. In
'.he Supremo Court to-day tbe case of
Bond and Allcrdlco asalnst W. M. Dus.
ten, appealed from tho Court of tbe South
irn District, was decided, affirming tho
judgment of the court bolow.
FOIITY-KIUHTII CON UK ESS.
Washington, D. C, December 22.
rho Senato, In a listless manner, took
ip the bills on the private calendar,
after an hour thus spent, Mr. Hale
ipened up a way out of tho dead-look on
ih nnvui nnmni.iin. km
"M e IIou nil ,5
tho Senate on Saturday, maklnir annronrl.
itlon for the Navy for thirty-one days, the
regular appropriation bill for tho
Jalance of tho fiscal year, precisely
is tho House sent that bill to the Senate
it tho last session, with all the Senate
intendments as to now cruUers,lron-ciads,
rtlllcry aud everything else stricken off.
He gave notice that he would call op this
nil for action to-morrow at 1 1 80 p.m. .
The Senate thca went Into executive
lessk, and after confirming a number of
ladmporttnt nomtMtlooa, at r08 p, nv
Joined tmti to-aormr,
Governor Pleroa'g Queer Reply to
a Sheriff's Urgent Call
k " ' For Troops.
it -fx "
Wait Until the Property of Yonr County la
Destroyed and Your People Murdered,
and Then Appeal to the OourtSi
You May Thus Lose Everything, But You
Will Gain Great Credit For
Bismarck, Dak., December 22. An
other dispatch was received from tbe
Sheriff of Roberts County by Governor
Pierce yesterday afternoon from Traverse,
Dak., as follows: 'Your telegram re
ceived. We can't get guns for tho citi
zens. There will be an armed mob of ISO
organized men who will be here in twenty-four
hours, saying tbey will burn tho
town and bang every man In It If It don't
give them the balance ot the records.
Your Immediate attention will savo prop
erty and bloodshed .M
The Governor said he looked upon the
difficulty as an Incident In the quarrels
between tbe two towns, and doubted if a
dozen men were engaged In tho unlawful
features of it; that be should telegraph
tbe Sheriff to-day if an armed mob or
other persons gain possession of the prop
erty or records unlawfully, to get a war
rant for Its recovery and for their airest,
and he ("tho Governor) would aid, If need
be, by all tbe power at his command, to
enforce tbe warrant; but nntilsome more
urgent necessity becomes apparent for
the use of troops, the call w ill be de
clined. The courts, he believes, will do
exact justice, and all will find tho most
satisfaction, and certainly the most credit
for themselves and for the Territory, In
awaiting their action.
GOD IN XIIK EXPOSITION.
Bell loua Serrloea In Muslo Hall as An
Offset tor Sunday Opening:.
Nkw Orleans, La., December 22.
There has been some opposition mani
fested against opening tho World's Ex
position on Sunday, but the management
wisely concluded that the laboring classes
were entitled to consideration in the mat
ter, and as they could not attend during
tbe week, It was decided to open tbe
gates to them on Sunday, and provide re
ligious services in Music Hall for all who
desired to attend. To meet the limited
means of tbe working people, tbe price of
admission was reduced from fifty to twenty-five
cents. Tho day was bright and
warm, with tbe thermometer above sev
enty degrees and a soft south wind blow
The number of visitors to the Exposi
tion was very large. The crowd began to
flow Into the grounds at an early hour,
and there was a steady stream ot visitors
throughout the clay.
At 1:30 p. m. a sacred concert was
given by the Mexican Band, whose services
Manager Glttaw, tbe bead of the Mexican
Commission,' bad tendered for the occa
sion. At two o'clock the Rev. C. A. Allen, a
Unitarian, opened the religious services,
and delivered a short sermon to a fair
audience, upon the conclusion of wblcb
the concert was resumed, and continued
until four o'clock.
MICUAEL II. SIMl'SON.
Death of the Aired Boston Millionaire.
Boston, Mass., December 22 .Michael
II. Simpson, of this city, best known as
the possessor of a fortune of 910,000,000
or 112,000,000, died to-day of heart
disease. He was horn of poor parents in
Newburyport, seventy-five years ago, and
came to Boston when a boy. Ho laid the
foundation of bis fortune in this way:
Many years ago, a tailor named Nichols
went to a leading patent agent in this
city and asked if ho knew a man
who could Invent a machine
for taking the burrs off of wool.
The agent took him to a French-Canadian
named Coulard, who agreed to undertake
the task. He went to work, but was so
slow that Mr. Nichols gave up tho pros
pect on account of the expense, Mr.
Simpson, who was having some ma
chinery built at Coulard's shop, be
came interested in too Canadian's
models and purchased the invention.
Ho took it to England and sold
it for 10,000. That machine was tho
same on general principles as those now
used for the same purpose. The millions
have since been piled up for Mr. Simpson
by tbe Jacksonville mills and tho Roxbury
Carpet Company, both great establish
ments being contracted by him. The bulk
of his fortune was
MADK BY A MASTER STROKE
during tho war. In the early months of
the contest, when business of all kinds
was greatly depressed, his partners sug
gested that they, like others, should cur
tall production. Looking out of tho win
dows of his great carpet mills, Mr. Simp
son asked i
"How much laud la there In that vacant
So many thousand feet was the rcolv.
"Very well," replied Mr. Simpson, "to
morrow we will begin to build a ware
house to cover it. Then we will make
carpets to the full capacity of our ma
chinery. When that storehouse Is full we
will build another and till It." This pol
icy was followed and when the I u dated de
mand and prices of a year or two later
arrived, tho couocrn put an Immense
quautlty ot goods on the market at the
highest figures. Mr. Simpson was twice
married. Tho second tlmo about four
years ago to a woman nearly fifty years
his junior, who survives him. Tho wed
ding is remembered on account of the Im
pression created by Mr. Simpson's gift to
his bride of 91,000,000 In bonds.
GABXAND'S OAKLAND, '
It Will Probably Be Labeled "Attorney
Albany, N. Y., December 22. Senator
Garland, of Arkansas, and Senator Gor
man, of Maryland, spent yesterday after
noon with President-elect Cleveland. The
two extinguished Senators came opto
gcther from New York on tho throe o'clock
train, and were driven from the Central
Depot direct to the Capitol. They had
telegraphod the Governor of their com
ing, and ao the carriage took them direct
to the private entrance) ot the Govtrnor'a
ibAuher, where he waa waiting to ractlre
ten. In tola way? wrt naiidl
trtjU WWTOL and. Hie, Vwy
limited time they had to remain In Albany
was spent to the best advantage.
There was nothing In tho naturo ot a
direct Cabinet conference in tho Informal
talk between the three gentlemen, though
the visit was tbe outcome of aa expressed
wish on the part of Governor Cleveland
to meet the Southern Senator. Mr. Gur
land was personally not known to
the Governor, and it was because of
this circumstance that Senator Gorman
came up. Mr. Garland felt that it would
bo awkward to call upon tho President
elect and introduce himself, so tho Sena
tor from Maryland was pressed Into serv
ice, and did the Introductory honors of
the occasion. Tho Governor and tho ex
Governor, for Senator Garland was at ono
time Governor of Arkansas, spent three
hours together and, It Is said, parted
MUTUALLY PLEAS KI) WITH EACH OTUKR.
Your correspondent Is In a position to
state, ou the highest authority, that thero
was no direct tender of a Cabinet port
folio to Senator Garland. Such views as
Governor Cleveland had already formu
lated, touching tho new administration,
were already known to the Senator and
tho visit was one of pure courtesy; the
visit of a representative Democratic Sen
ator to his President-elect.
That Mr. Garland cau have tho Attorney-Generalship,
there Is said to be no
doubt, though thus far there his been no
formal offer of this or any other Cabinet
office. Tbe condition and need of tbe
South were incidentally alluded to, and
what little political talk there was, was
in that direction. Both Senators said
good-bye at six o'clock, and were driven
back to tbe depot and left at onco on the
Tbe visit was a hurried one, just as that
of Seuator Bayard's was, but there was
not the slightest attempt at secrecy in It.
The steady fall of snow and a freezing fall
of rain at ulgbt kept the Governor a close
prisoner at tho Executive Mansion all day.
The usual attendance at church was omit
ted. There were but few visitors, and in tho
afternoon John K. McLean and his young
bride drove out to the. mansion ami made
quite a loug call. The Sunday visits of
the Governor to the Executlvo Chamber
havo been quite given up, ami now
Colonel Laimml sits there alone lu
evenings, struggling with a great
Another Cold Snap Coming-.
Chicago, III., December 22. Tho
weather throughout tho West aud the
Northwest, which has been steadily grow
ing milder since Friday, is again growing
much colder. Omaha schedules 17 deg.
below zero tills morning; Kansas City,
zero; St. Paul, 3; Dubuque, 5; Fargo,
82, and Winnipeg, 47 deg. below zero.
The temperature here Is 14 above, but Is
steadily falling, with the prospect of
colder weather. Heavy snows aro re
ported lu Colorado aud in Northern Mon
tana aud Dakota.
A Poliosman's Suiolds Smuffgled Goods
Chicago, III., December 22. The So
cialists held another red-hot meeting yes
terday, at which sanguinary measures
were freely discussed. A plan of plunder
Ing the city was considered, and tbe use
of dynamite was advocated. Police Ofll
cer Machowskl, ou being informed that
his wife was a. the point of death, shot
himself. His wife also died a few mln
utes later. The Customs officers seized
910,000 worth of dry goods and millinery,
which bad been smuggled by Mmo. Arlluo.
A Missing; Minister.
New York, December 23. It has just
been learnod that tbe members of Grace
Methodist Episcopal Church, In Brook
lyn, have for two weeks past been great
ly disturbed over the disappearance of
their pastor, tho Rev. J. R. Thompson
Ho has not been heard from since Deceit
ber 8th. He has been pastor of tbe church
for several years, and was gteatly es
teemed, iio is thirty-two years old, and
his wife aud four children are In Brook
lyn. On December 8 lb he sent word to
his wife from New York that he was go
ing to attend the conference in Baltimore.
He did not appear in Baltimore, and his
friends think that, wbilo laboring under
temporary abbcratiou of mind, caused by
overwork, he has gone to Europe. They
have had Plukertou's detectives at work in
Joseph E. Rente, the Spanish historian,
A heavy snow-storm Is raging In Min
nesota. Chief-Justice Walte, who has been very
111, is much better.
Suow-storms havo severely Interfered
with railway traffic In Oregou.
The leaf tobacco growers of Ohio are
opposed to tbo Spanish treaty.
Natural gas Is playing sad havoc at
many points In Western Pennsylvania.
Wm. Rico, a Pittsburgh bricklayer, re
sisted a policeman and was shot dead.
Letters from St. Petersburg give tho
details of a recent attempt on tbe lifo of
Mrs. LUzIo Weber, a Dayton, O..
woman, drank a quart ot whisky, causlui
ThcjMitcnto cordlale between Germany
and Franco Is tending to rupture over
The dry goods houso of Wm. Epstein,
at I.ullug, Tex., was attached by New
Secretary of tho Treasury McCulloch
elves his opinion on the cuuso of tho
shortness of legal teudcrs.
A collision on tho Fan-Handle Road,
bear Dayton, caused a loss of 915,000.
Several men were lujurcd.
The work of removing tho debris at tho
Brooklyn asylum continued yesterday,
No more bodies were found.
England, Germany, Holland and Italy
aro now In accord upon tbe proposition to
neutralize tbe territory of the African In
T'io Otmania (Ultramontane), In a pes
slmlst article, compares the German Em
plro to a dance upon a volcauo, and
thinks that recent events ludlcate a be
ginning of drcay.
A natural gas explosion at Butler, Pa.,
completely demolished the Ono residence
of John Gates and burlod the six Inmates
In the ruius. They wore rescued, and, as
by a miracle, were not daugcroasly In
jured, Tho Toledo, Cincinnati ft St. Louis
Narrow Gauge Road has been bringing so
Eiuch freight out of St. Louis that some
of the connecting lines refused to re
ceive the same for furthor shipment
laat. The little rival, therefore, asks the
Covt to compel the reads to tae tti
tMcfau . . .1 ;
Thla powdr nevpr
varies. A marvel of pnrltr.
itreuKtn and wrn.ltsonicntii ft ore economical
uinu urumary kino, ana cannot do sola in com
pet tlnn with the multitude of low test, rnort
weight, alum o bo.nhMe pe wdt-r. Sold cnlv
In cans. KOYAL UAKlNO I'oWD'R CO ,
lu Wailbtieut, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. G. f ary.
, iletblic Ca-fffl.
alwava on hand.
Hearse ia readi
ngs when called
No. 12 Gth St., Cairo, 111
FLOUR, GEAIN AND RAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
4igbK8t Cash Prle Paid for Wheat
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas T. Newland and
Pluiei, Steam and Gas filer
Coiuracrt'idi Ave , lot. feuth and Ele
lMve Well Force and Lift Pompi farnls dtL
put. up. Ai(vnt for the (,'ulubrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMr
hebeat pumu evnr invented. New Oaa Fixtures
urr.l.hed to order. O.d fixture ropalred tnd
W-Jol)blng promptly attended to, 3'9t
Manufacturer anl Dealer In
SLcboypan Mineral Spring's Water,
Milwaukee liter in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larjst Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS HOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW. YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I AiSka Til
'lid Rcffnlar Cairo & Paducah Dallj
Ok GUS FOWLER ;
1T1CVKY K. TAYLOR, Sfeater.
UUOItUK JOllEo, Clerk.
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Lives Ptdocah for fldro dally (Sandavs swept
ml) at 8 a in., aud Monad City at 1 p. ta. Raters)
a i, leave Cairp at 4 p.m. i ateiad Cltr at I .au .?