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v'. W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave,
Sole Afent foi the Celebrate'.
aUo?carrlei the largest and be.t selected etckol
ever brought t the cttjr, J'rtrc r.irlrs from ibe
lo.et. Iwr . cheap stove op to the defeat figuite
ON the FINEST and BEbT.
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Tiuwar. Qratit'.ewtre, gartnenvrare an a f'lu-ra
line of House Kitrni.hioj (luuda, Lamp, Fixtures
k, lan aiiaeiamm nciir- pu'Ch.;n.
Corner Utb nd Commercial Arenae.Cairo, 111.
TelophuDe Mo. W.
NOTICE to the PUBLIC
Dr. S. L. GESXER
one of.the mn.t eminent .nil .iic-emlul Kurnpexn
ocall.t. and opt cau, will f.i!j exp iln ilia ad
tuqwk , dl'dvutniii' and l) l-e nf our ev-e,
tho crniio of much foiling eve-myht aud how
to take cro of them by the ai-proprlate u.o ol
For further l:.f irmstlon nee Or. GESN Eli tTho
Ilaihday lluuxt, ber yon can roiiMilt r.lm free of
Chime. The but references . t i at ability wt I
tWt.adie.du.ir ng to have the'ryes examined
at ibelrown re.ldi n . cm I ae the -a mo doue,
by leaving older, at 1 be llnlliuay House,
Goldstine & Kosenwater
. 136 to 138 Cora'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Unci; Hoods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A he try Mock ol Body Brun.e', Taper
trie, aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil orbs, all ticca acd prices.
All Ooruln i Hotlcm Prioit
Grand Central Store.
VA IRQ. - - ILL
Manufacturer and Dealer In'
th Streoi, hot ween Coni'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE B01UNO A .SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUMTION.
lefts Heoalred. All Kinds ol Keys Mi.de.
ft 181! ;
Brilliant and Crystalized Spacaclas
A St. Louis Dootor'a Son Rung Ofl
With a Younsr Graaa
They Go to the Great and Wicked City On
the Lake, and Communicate With
the Old Folks at Home.
D.sappearance From Their
House A Heart-Broken
An Indignant Father.
Ciiicaoo, Iu.., December 20. Detect
ive Honlleld ban been uimblo to find Sa-
loneritzer and Fraukio O'Baunon, tho
young couple who eloped from St. Louis
some time ago. l'ltzer Is only nineteen
years ofjBgo, with a smooth face, dark
nairand medium height. Ho saw aud
loved thu beautiful blonde, Fraukie
O'Bannon, but her mother aud his pareuts
being obdurate, au elopement was
plauned. The young lady, who is only
seventeen years old, left her home under
the pretense of paying a visit to her
country friends, and the pair met at tho
depot in St. Louis and camo hero. They
at Mrs. Travis' boarding-house, 210 West
Lake, where young l'ltzer received several
letters from bis lather, who Is a well
known physician of .St. Louis. He told
Mrs. Travis that the police were looking
for him on account of his little escapade,
aud a day or two later the couple dlsap
peared, having a trunk and a few letters
behind. It is sunnosed that th vnimrr
Lothario was short of funds, as an over!
coat belonging to one of his fellow board
ers is saia to have accompanied
TI1K KLKKIXU PAUL
A charge of larceny Is docketed mmine!
the young man, buf only as an excuse to
muu nun ii arrested. Telegrams have
been received from the nilli'lltrt of thit
lovers and every effort is being made to
off ct their capture. Detective Honlleld
said this morniug that he was convinced
l'itzer's father knew bis new address, but
was anxious to screen his son.
The Hearta They Left Behind Them.
St. Lous, Mo., December 30. Mrs.
O'Bannon, the mother of the girl, who
ran away with youug l'ltzer was called on
this afternoon at her home, 103 South
Fifteenth. The house, a two-story brick,
is furnished in a manner that denotes the
culture and taste of Its owner. Mrs.
O'Bannou at first refused to Speak on the
sultj. ct. but whi-n she heard that the worst
conduction would be placed on her
daughter's actions, she broke down
completely and, amid sobs aud tears, told
the following story :
".My tamtly aud Dr. F tier's have been
intimately connected, and tiw doctor
was our family physician. Salonc, his
sou, became acquaiutud with Fraukie last
July, and since then he has haunted th
house. I have forbidden him to come
time and auain, and the only result was
his writing to her to meet him somewhern
else. 1 fearod for her reputation and
strove to guard her in every way. Slio
received a good education in a convent,
was a splendid musician, danced well and
BKAl'TIFt'L IN FACE AND FOltM.
She had one fault she was easilv led.
When only fifteen she married a nian
named Meis, but separated from him last
June. She had not been divorced, and I
kuew it was wroug for her to receive
company. Salone was clerking at the
Union Depot when she first met him. I
have never offered him the slightest cour
tesy; even treated him with rudeness,
and he always displayed marked suavity
to everybody. He was dissipated and his
fattier supplied him with monev und de
clared that he could not manage him. I
told traukie that she was break hvi mv
heart, aud begged her to Insist ou his
slaying away. One evening when his
was father here I beaded Salone
OX .MY K.NKKS
to leave my daughter until a time came
wheu she could marry him. I then
thought I would send her to Litchfield.
111., where her craudmother resides.
Salone said that-1 was not well enough
dressed to see Fraukio to the train.
lold him my love was warm if mv
clothing was not, He went with rs,
and I placed ber on the train.
Whether she even stopped at Litchfield
or not I don't know yet. The next I
heard of her was a letter Dr. l'ltzer re
ceived from Salone, who was then in
Chicago. I discovered from the letter
that Fraukie and he were stopping at
Mrs. Travis' boarding house and I wTote
to her asking information of Fraukio.
whom she kuew well, she havlns stormed
therewith her husband a year 'ago. Sho
saiu, ami you cau see her letter, that
Fraukie came to her house us soon as she
reached Chicago; that Salouc camo three
days later. She
OCtll'IKD A ROOM
with Mrs. Travis, aud had been out hut
once and then in her coniDanv. On t.nn
11th Fraukio and ho left Mrs. Travis'
together. Ho did not pay Frankio's
board, for Mrs. Travis sent mo a bill for
018, nor did sho receive one cent from
him, because Mrs. Travis informed mo
that she did not have a change of cloth
ing. W hen he left, Mrs. Travis savs..ho
took an overcoat belonging to her son.
I have his letters askinz her to li
home, and I blame him for everything.
I will spend everything to bring her back,
for she is all I have, and I will then de
mand that ho be punished." Here tho
poor woman broke down completely, and
the reporter withdrew.
when seen this morulngat lllOCbambors
street, fell Into a train of anuarentlv
troubled thought when told of the Chi
cago story, indicating in his conversation
that his son's conduct in the mutter nf
the elopement had been a source of great
grief to him. "I-'do not care ' to talk
about this affair," said he, "and I shall
not. I have no idea of my son's present
whereabouts, but I shall hold the persons
who started luese reports about his coti
duet while in Chicago responsible for
Death of an Old Hermit.
I.ITTI.R Kock, Ark., December 20
Intelligence was received to-day of tho
death at his mountain home In Searcy
County, northwestern Arkansas, of Wm.
Snow. Ho was an eccentric character In
private life, and his career shows him an
a hero of two wars tho war with Moil
to and tbo rebellion. Ho was seventy
CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, DKCEMBKR '27,
years of age. He was born In Peltalb
County, Tenn. For a quarter of a cen
tury he has resided at the place of his
death, a lonely and barren spot at the
foot of the Boston mountains, bis only
companion being Tils childless wife.
A rude log-cabin was bis habitation.
Keeping aloof from social relations, ho
dwelt In bis mountain home, cultivating
a small pleco of ground, following the oc
eupat!on.of a hunter and fisherman. Al
though ho led a lonely life, he was widely
known and admired.
HliJIIOUS TKOUHI.K FEARED.
What Cama of the Celebration of St.
Stephen's Duy-What la Looked For.
IlAitnon Grace, N. Y., December 20.
A reign of terror prevails in this place.
To-day Is the anniversary of tho niussa
cre of Orangemen, on St. Stephen's Day
a year ago. The Orangemen will walk
900 strong in defiance of New Found
land's mounted police aud tho British
niau-of-war sailors;-and as every aduit
Catholic and l'rotestaut In this dis
trict Is fully armed, a repetition of last
year's massacre appears Inevitable.
There are 1,500 people In this district,
a large majority of whom are Protestants.
The Catholics live In settlements by them
selves. The Ifouian Catholic Cathedral
recently finished, at a cost of 8250,000,
is a perfect little gem, and one of the
most beautiful on this side of the At
lantic. It Is now feared that this will be
Tho greatest harmony and good will
existed between Catholics aud Protest
ants here up to elghteeu mouths ago.
There was no happier or more prosper
ous community in tho world. About that
time Bishop McDonald luvlted Catholic
missionaries to hold revival services here.
In arousing the zeal of their own p"ople
they also raised the ire ol the Pro
testants, whoso religion they de
nounced in the most Insulting language.
Both Catholics and Protestants are very
huorant, aud of course Intensely bigoted.
The Protestauts began petty auuoyances
to individual Catholics. One Catholic
was set upon and beaten while returning
from a revival meetlug. This greatly en
rayed the Catholics. The Oruugeiuen
being away to the Labrador fisheries last
year on St. Stephen's day, they had only
3iX members in the Hariior Grace Dis
trict, While marching in procession, they
were met at the extreme eud of the towu
by a body of 200 Catholics from Kiver
Head, a place three miles distant, armed
with cluOs and sealing guns. These meu,
who are engaged In seal-fishing, all own
guns twice the length of the ordinary
rifle, and carrying a murderous charge of
shut, pieces of Iron, lead, etc.
The Catholics luslsted tiiat the Orangc
meu should turn back, they refused. A
shot rang out from the Catholic party,
aud a boy named Jeans fell dead ou bis
face, covered with sixty wounds from a
gun charged with pieces of lion, etc.
The Orangemen being unarmed, turned
and ran. In the me.ee und confusion
three other Orangemen were killed aud
fifteen badly wounded. One Catholic
was also killed. AU exceot Jeans and
Brayc were shot In tbe back while running
away. The Catholic is said to have beeu
shot by his son, who In shootiug at the
Oiangeineu killed his father, who was
slauding just iu front of him.
But the saddest case of all was that of
Braye, au old man of seventy, who ran to
pick up the orange flag wheu Jeaus fell.
He was Immediately set upon by severul
Catholics, and his head and arm (vero
beaten to a jelly. The whole affair was
over within two minutes.
Next day twenty Catholics were arrest
ed for murder ou live separate indict
meuts. They were removed to St. Johns
for trial. A Catholic jury was Impaneled
and after a trial, lasting several weeks,
me pn.souers w ere acquitted. This an
noyed the betterclaxs of Catholics, equal
ly wim me I'rotestants. Sir Ambrose
Shea, the leading Catholic on the Islam
denounced It as au outrage and a palpable
miscarriage ol justice, it aroused a ter
rible feellug among Protestants all over
the colony, aud the Orange Society in
Harbor f Grace trebled its nieiii
bership. ' A bitter feellug ensued,
all social aud commercial relations
ceased between Catholicsaud Protectants
Six stalwart sor.s of Biaye met at his
grave and swore that if they did uot get
justice they would have vengeance. Tho
Orauze cry was raised all over the Islaud,
with the motto:
"JISIICK IF FOSSIUI.E, VKXCKAXCK Al
In Harbor Grace both sides aio armed
to the teeth.' Lvery able-bodied man in
this district is armed with revolver, re
peating nlle or sealing gun. Explosive
bullets were openly Imported, aud both
sides are prepared for St. Stephen's Day.
ibis, then, Is the position of affairs.
Meanwhile business has been demoralized
and we have been living ou the edge of a
volcano, tho only elllclent law being the
power of the strongest. Iu this dilemma
the Government besought the Imperial
authorities to send a niuu of war, which
Is no w here, and will assist the Govern
nieut mouuted police iu attempting to pre
vent what now appears to be an inevita
ble massacre. Both sides are desperate
and apparently determined to tight.
An Old Inventor Fatally Injured.
Nkw Youk, December 20. Mr. Joseph
Francis, a famous Invetitor, slipped ou
the pavement ou Broadway and was
probably fatally Injured. He was the In
ventor of the cClebruted life-boat called
the "Ayrshire life-car," because of Its
having beeu the means of rescuiug 200
passengers from the wreck of the Ary
shire iu 1800, on Its tlrst trial. Francis
was also tho Inventor of many other
uselul machines. He was a warm friend
of Peter Cooper, aud was bom In 1801.
A locksmith named Uhlnehart was stab
bed aud killed at Harrisburgli, Boone
Couuty, Mo., by C. 1. Hawkins.
Tho Laporto (Ind.) Savings Bank
closed lis doors. Liabilities about $7o,
000; assets estimated at $00,000.
Tho steamer Cuetudra and tho bark
Hohnestrand collided off Eddystonc, and
both sunk. Thu crew escuped Iu boats.
Tho liabilities of the Bohemian Credit
Company are 2:1,0(10,000 florins. Many
small bauks are Involved, and somo are
Three hundred men and boys are thrown
out of employment by the burning of the
machinery and engine rooms of a colliery
at Mineral Spring, pa.
The New Orb aim Exposition time bull
connected with the eleetrlo ciock at St.
Louis dropped at ten o'clock, aud was a
feature of much luterest.
Jacob Toruin, a farmer nea." Longvlow,
Ky., was assassinated by ait tiuknowrt
party, and Peter Adcook, who was sitting
near titui, was (lanjjuronsly wonnded,
SWEET'S BITTER DISCOVERY.
Missies' at His
An Investigation of His Books and Ac
counts Shows Him to Bi a Bjfaulter
to the Tune of $20,000.
He Dealt in Futures and Damaged His
Present Joined the Colony Over
Chicago, III., December 20. Charles
K. Stephens, cashier of the Chicago,
Wilmington & Vermillion Coal Company,
failed to appear at bis post last Friday
morning. A messenger was sent to his
bouse to majte inquiries regarding him.
The messenger was told that tho cashier
bad left home at the usual hour, and had
requested bis daughter to drive to the of
fice lu his humify to tako him home at
ulnbt. Mr. Sweet, General Manager, be
came anxious aud began au examination
of tho books. Experts were called
In, aud their reseaiches disclosed a
discrepancy betweeu cash receipts and
tho balance at bank, which is thought
will reach 820,000. It is regarded aa al
most certain that most of the defalcation
was iu cash, which passed through
Stephens' hands, as no money could be
drawn without the signature of Mr.
Sweet. So far as known the pecula
tions began last May, but the sums takeu
were comparatively small until within a
few months. Stephens Is fifty-three years
old with an appearance calculated
to inspire confidence. He is six feet tall, .
wore a grayish mustache and side
whiskers, and has a handsome counte
nance. He has been twelve years in the
employ of the company, and enjoyed tbe
fullest confidence of his employers, who
couid uot imagine anything would tempt
him to commit the crime, because his cir
cumstances were believed to be com
fortable. His father left him property In
New York valued at $10,000 or more.'aud
Mrs. Stephens was known to have
a comfortable Income. His habits
were econom'cal, even niggardly. .
After tho defalcation was discovered
Sweet says be learned th it Stephens bad
operated ou 'Change through a broker.
It Is also believed that within tho past
three months Stephens lost heavily over
the green cloth. From Mrs. Stephens
Sweet learned that Stephens' property In
the East had been lost In speculation.
Sweet says the cashier was too shrewd to
attempt to forge his (Sweet's) name. Ho
had no doubt Stephens bad gone to Can
ada, and said he certainly would not do
anything for which ho could be extra
dited. Tho case has been put lu tho
bauds of a detective ageucy.
AX ABSCONDING CASHIER.
i i ii ....
Be Steals Everything? In Sight and Da
arts a Young Wife.
St Lous, Mo , December 2G. Joseph
A. Ktihn was cashier of Hotel Moser un
til yesterday. He was quite a handsome
man, rather stylish fn his dress, strict In
his business dealings, and exact In all bis
duties but those toward his wife. Ho
married four months ago a lady in Cin
cinnati who was supposed to bo wealthy,
but lately she has complained that he was
attentive to a woman who tlrst stopped at
me notet anu men took apartments in the
neighborhood. The eud was reached yes
teiday when ho disappeared and was-dis
covered iu the light of au
He took with him the receipts of tho day,
tho monthly pay-roll money, which should
have beeu ulven to the employes yester
day ior inrisimas use. 'lueso sums
amounted to 1,000. Ho further appro
priated $110 which had been deposited In
tne saie by a guest ol the house. But the
worst circumstance connected with tho
matter was that ho carried away 8700
which belonged to his wife It is strong
ly suspected that lie has lied In company
with the woman whom his wifo feared
had ensnared bis affections. She learned
that he was lately accustomed to spend
nis evei.ings wnn tuis person, wheu h
represented he was
ULTS1KD WITH HIS HOOKS.
ivunirs record is good. He came to
this city two years ago from tho Atlantic
House, Chicago, and secured employ
nieut with Mr. Moser as night clerk,
in iub pevcnui ami rino street house
When the now hotel was compleled,
Kulin was promoted to bo day clerk
When the cashier left last Spring, ho
was selected to 1111 the vacancy. Ho
was not even required to furnish a bond.
Ho has been residing with his wife at
101 s unvc street.
avTlie milliner lu which he obtained the
pay-roll was by paying those who were lu
sight and then checking off the rest. Ho
then opened the envelopes and extracted
WA'l TEltsON'S WKAKN ESS).
An TJnirraoloua Reception of an Honored
Ouest ot Ilia City.
L0USVH.1.K, Ky., December 2(i. Hon
nenry watterson, in a leader lu tho
Courier-Journal, defending his iwtit at
tack on Mr. Ilamlall, and discussing the
ethics of Mr. liundall's Southern visit,
makes tliu following remarks:
"The host bus rights no less than the
guest. One of these rights is that tho
guest shall at least keep a civil tongue in
Ids head. II Mr. Ilamlall had any of the
sensibilities of a gentleman, or If ho were
a man of largo build and mold, ho would
have practiced this admonition, no less
out of courtesy than of prudence. But
curiously enough, although, as betweeu
himself and Mr. Watterson, it Is he, and
not Mr. Watterson, who has lost his
temper, and lias fubeii to calling mimes.
Mr. W'utterson Is uecused of being In a
frenzy of passion, and of perpetrating
tho direct crimes, because ho bus dared
to challengo Mr. Iinmlull's godshlp, and
to describe him for exactly what he Is a
Philadelphia ward politician of consider
able experience and force, w ithout breed
ing or accomplishments, and if a cod at
all, a small cast Iron god, nude In tho
image ol tho Supreme Being, worshiped
by Pennsylvania. Our esteemed con
temporary says that our outcry against
thu coming of Mr. itamlall subjects to 1
t Ii 0 suspicion of being afraid of til in.
This Is true; but premising that there
are but two things about Mr. liaudall
his breath and his grammar that we ever
were afraid of, wo suppose, we shall have
to bear the general aspersion."
la tho same paper la a long com
ronaioatlon over an assumed signature,
which bucks Watterson ni in his attack
on. Baiidall, and Includes this paragraph:
"Mr. Randall is held up by many for a
Cabinet, or other olllclal position, under
the Incoming administration. As a busi
ness man ho no doubt possesses a high
order of talent, and give him a position
abroad with a fair opening forhis peculiar
capacity, he will bo a micccssj but as an
advisor lii tho .Cabinet, nothing
more suicidal could befall Mr.
Cleveland and the Democratic party. Tho
mission of Cleveland Is to staud by tho
principles upon which ho was elected,
aud lead tho business of tho United States
into the highest tide of prosperity which
those principles contemplate, and which
is but their legitimate result. Sam Kan
dall would be an Impediment on the high
way which would ditch the whole train If
tried, unless overruled by Cleveland and
other wiser and better Democratic coun
selors. In that event he would be but a
disturber, as ho has been for years past
in his olllclal action."
The anonymous writer is editorially
Identified as having been a Kentucky
Senator, and having "stood for forty
years in the most honorable relations
with the people." Iu other words, it is
tho Hon. Jno. W. Stevenson. Mr. Walter
son's attack ou Bandall has been cou
(lemned by almost the entire Slate press
and the Democracy of the city. Mr. Wat
tersou's following lu Kentucky Is mainly
rural, and the effect of Kandall's coming
to Louisville promises to be sensational.
The Board of Trade is making prepara
tions to receive him handsomely. Ho
will have a warm reception when ha
makes his public address ou Monday
A Brother Called From Prayers to
Arrest a Brother For Mur
dering a Brother.
Crime and Death Growing Out of a Too
Free Indu'gence of Intoxicating
L!quor--A Widow's Woe.
Philadelphia, Fa., December 20.
While Police OUlcer Bernard Lyons, of
Gloucester, N. J., knelt In prayer din ing
the celebration of Christinas services in
the Catholic Church there to-day, his ten-year-old
nephew John, son of his brother
Thomas, rushed In au"! asked him to come
"Papa has seen hit iu the head," sob
bed the boy, "aud Is bleeding."
The policeman started on a run for his
"No, he's ut uncle William's," panted
In u few minutes they reached the
dwelling of William Lyons, the youngest
of th"ee brothers. The policeman found
his brother Thomas lying w ith his headlu
a pool of blood. He was dead. In tho
kitchen William Lyons, whose bund bad
struck the fatal blow, sat in a stupor, so
drunk that neither tho consciousness ol
his crime nor the cries of his frantic wife,
who had witncttuvii tho duod couJd rouse
Policeman Lyons raised the dead body
of his brother Thomas from the door
step, and having done so, iu the line of
his duty he arrested his brother William;
A Christmas spree was the cause of the
William Lyons, who is a laborer, began
to drink ut the beginning ot the week,
and each tiino lie came home was more
abusive to his to, and his elder brother
Thomas, who lived but two doors away,
was called in periodically to protect his
sister-in-law. Early this morning W'il
Ilaui came home. Ho was surly with
drink and began to abuse his wife as soon
as he saw her.
" Call lu that d d Tom Lyons," ho
said. "By ( d you'd better go there
and stay. I'll turn you out." He started
to execute UK- threat and tried to push
his wife out of doors. Sho clmm to thu
door Irauie. The man became furious
and beat her savagely lu tho face.
Thomas Lyons heard her screams and
rushed to his brother's house. He pulled
the husband away and began to expostu
late. Til have no more of your interfer
ence," shouted William, ami delivered a
straight blow with his fist, which struck
Thomas iu tho ueck. Tho latter reeled
and fell, striking his head ou tho stone
doorstep and died there. "Tho slayer was
exhausted, and stumbled back into the
kitchen and fell lino a chair while his
wife rushed screaming to the dead niau's
house, whence his sou John was sent ou
tho errand, which brought Bernard Ly
011s to arrest his youngest brother for the
murder of his eldest brother.
Thomas Lyons was forty-live years
old. lie leaves a wife und four children.
William came from Ireland threo yeurs
TAKKX AT LAST.
Arrest of the Frlnee of Counterfeiters,
Who Has Killed Two Men At
tempting His Arrest.
Memphis, Thnn., December 20. Henry
Oglesby, equally as well kuowu by half a
dozen other uliases, was arrested here yes
terday with $11,000 lu counterfeit notes ol
the Third National Hank of Cincinnati lu
his pockets. The detective approached
him ou the street and put a pistol before
his face before lie was aware of his pres
ence. It Is Uelleved he has plates and
$L'0,000 in counterfeit bills concealed in a
ravine In the southern suburbs. United
States Detective Datier has been lu pur
suit of (glesby since August last. He Is
declared to bo the prince of counter
feiters in tbo United Slates, and has
killed at least two men who have at
tempted to arrest lihn.
Tame Ending1 of a Bad Show.
Ht'Ki Ai.o, N. Y., December 20'. Char
ley Mitchell, thu Knglish pugilist, wound
up tho programme of n very bad variety
show at Mn,slc Hall last nltiht with a
set-to with a wcll-knowa Uuffalo boxer,
James ltrady. There wero only ouo hun
dred peiwous present, au. Mitchell boxed
threo of the four rounds only. Ilrudv's
noso Mas badly piiinnieled, but tlio light
was tamo. Mitchell Is traveling throtmli
thu country with the show doing the last
"turu" wnn itiiiy Madden.
A Thuntrloul Firm to De Dissolved.
Nuw Yoiik, Deceit bur 20. Tho the
atrical firm of Brooks & Dickson Is to bo
dissolved and organized ou a new basis.
They buve four or tlvo companies 011 tho
road, 11 part of which will be continued,
but just how and by whom does not seem
clear. Mr. Jacob Nunnomacher, of MIU
wuukee, la understood to be associated
jth the Arm. '
Thla powdr never vnrles. A marvel of per. ty.
f trout;! b and blesomeneis kun economical
than oriiilmry kind, and cannot be sold m com
pel Hon with the multl nde of low tea), taoit
weight, alum o biphnte powder. Sold only
lucans. KOYAL BAKING PcWD'B CO ,
100 Wall Street, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. 0. f ary.
always on hand.
Neat so in readi-
4fJ ness when called .
No, 12 6 th St., Cairo, 111
HALLD) AY BROTHERS,
FLOUIt, GRAIN AND 3A
Egyptian Flouring Mil's
irbHHt Cash Prto raid lor WhfaU
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successcr to Ciias T. Newlanil and
PIimiIm, Steam and Gas Fitter
Ave , bet. Tenth
U.lve Well Force and Lift Pomps furnlsu 'd acid
out up. Audit, for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMr
he hft t ump cvur invented. New Gas Fixtures
nrrlfhei! to order, O.rt Matures repaired and
UT Jobbing promptly attendod to jHj t
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral tfprinjrs Water,
ALWAYS ON 1IAND.
Milwaukee Veer in kegs and bottle, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Coia'l
UK W YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larst Variety Stwk
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth streotJ fi,. III
iiouitutireial Avonp r ' all IN IU
Cairo A, raducah Dally
IIKNRV K. TAYLOK, Master,
UKUHUB JOIlKe. Clerk.
Uvhs Ptducali for 0 ilro dally (Handays Xet
1 d) at i a. m., and Moa id Cltr ail p. a. Ketsrt) k
eg, leave Cairo at p.a,:Moin4 Cltr at