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VOk XVI. CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MOKN1NU, SEI'TEMIIKR (5, NO. 23.X NO POISON IN THE PASTRY EXfilR USED. Vanllla,Lninn,Oranie, ate., flavor Cake, CrcaaM.PuddluHs.acca delicately and oat orally a the fruit (rum which they ure made. FOB STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT FLATOR THEY STAND ALONE. MIMIIIO IT THI Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago, III. 6t. Louis, Mo. Kit or Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder AMD -' Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems, Beat Dry Hop Yea.t. WE MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY. FKOFKSSIONAL CAKDS. JJR. J. E. STRONG, HomcBopathist, 129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III. VAI'OK, ELBCTRO-VAPOK and MBDICATKD BATHS administered dally. A isdy In attendance. CONSULTATION FREE. Q.EORGE HARRISON LEECII, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat ment of surgical dlaeaues, and disease of women and children. OFFICE On 14th street, oppoeite the Fost office, Cairo, 111. Jjl M. HARRELL, M. D. Qdentist OFFICE-East Side Commercial, below Sth St. Cairo, Illinois. D R. E W. WHITLOCK, Dental Surgeon. Uics No. 1.10 Commercial Avenue, baweeo a-gtita and Ninth Utreeu G. PARSONS, M. f)., OCULIST AND AUIUST. OFFICE-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, 111. BANKS. rjlHECITY NATIONAL BANK. Of Cairo, Illinois. 71 OHIO LEVEE. CAPITAL. $ 10 O.OOO! . A Geueral Banking: Easiness Conducted. THOS, W. XX AXiLlUA-Y Cashier. ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK. Of Cairo. EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAN K. THOS. MV. IIAILl DAY, Treasu'er. ALEXANDER COUNTY i; IBINIKI Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street ! CAIRO, ILLS. Offloarn: P. BKOSS, President. P. NFF, Vice Pres'nl H. WELLS, Cashier. I T. J. Korth. Ass't cash Direct, m'b: . Broaa...mM. Cairo I William KIulo. .(.'. iro Peter Neff " William Wolf.... " C. M . Osterloh ' I C. O. Patler...... " K.A.Budur " I H. Well J. Y. Clem. on, Caledonia.'. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DON K. Kxchango sold and bought. Intereet paid li the Savings Department. Collections made and 11 business promptly attended to. ! INSBBANUI. CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY I would respectfully announce to the clttiena of Cairo that I hate opened and am carrying on ft first class laundry In the rear of Winters Block, on Seventh Street, wbero I am prepared to do all kinds of work In mv line in a superior and work manship style, defying competiton and at reasonable figures. All work guaranteed, and prompt payment if any good are lost. MARY HBNHELY. N.B. Entrance to laundry, through the private tra: c to Winters Block. 7-84-Sni s.Illg Ail 3l I . N aa:5-S a-' -ill c STRUNG TO A TREE. Horrible Futo of a Ilunpiritu Who Murdorod His DtiujfU-ter-in-Law. A Jealous Lqver Murders His Swsnthnar Rheinlandor's Hallucination-Arrest of the Dallas Ravisher. Cheated the Justice of His Foes Sittin Bull's Narrow Escape -Mui-dercd His Ia'nend. Btrunif Up to a Tree. Wn.KKSlivltitK, 1'a., SeptfiubiT 5.--Zor-gorskl, the Hungurlun who kllloil hit ilaunliter-lu-luw uinl uttfinpted to com. lull suicide by cuttli, lus ttirout at Slub towa on Monday ulht, bus U-eii lynched. Weduusduy uljht ho ca-jit out of the house lu which ho wus lylui: Into u hog. pen neur-!y, where ho was ullowed to ro main, belni; too weak to escape. Yester day morulng ha was not to bu found. When scutch was made hu was discov ered hauling to u ree, half u mile away, with plain eviaenee that hu hud been lynched, though by whom is not known. Then was evidently a number of men engaged, for the fo .iprlnts of at least a dozen . wero distinct y seen In the null ground. Ho bad been dragged from the hog pen through the wood to iliu p ace of the Impromptu ex cutio.i uud handed to the limb of a tree with a strap. This Is the first lynching that ever occurred In this county. A Coroner's Jury has been Impaneled, and an investigation will lie made, though everybody is in sympathy wlih the lynchers. The daughter-in-law had apparency given him no causo for killing her, beyond urging with insistency tout he should cat some berries which hu refused to partake of. Magpie Seeling Murdered by IlurJaal- OU8 LoVcT. Columhi'h, O., September 5. This moruiug J. W. (ireiuer shot and killed Miss Maggie U. Seeling at tho residence of C. A. l'arratt on Third street. .Jeal ousy was the cause of the murder. The girl bad beeu employed by l'arratt as u domestic, and Greiuer called on her last night, and 'vas ordered away by tier but refused to go, when she called l'arratt, who ordered him awny. Gainer lelt threatening to kill both lu the morning. He killed the girl at tliu llrst shot and then snapped tho pistol twice at l'arratt, who grappled with him, but the pKtol missed lire. He then struck l'arratt on the back of the neck, and broke loose, and rau from the house, but was caught. A box of thirty-two cartridges was iouud ou his person, also a letter ad dressed to Mayor Walcott, staling that be was goiug to kill Miss Keeling uud theu kill himself. Imaginary Outiaze. New Yohk, September 5. William C. Hliluolander, wiio is being examined as to bis sanity, on account of his attack upon Lawyer Drake, has written un ap peal to tho people of the country as serting that his family are using tbelr iufluuuco and tho power of $87, 000 to seud him to uu lusane asylum, aud calling upou tho people to prevent the outrage upou the Individual liberty of a citizen. Arreat of the Nogro who Assaulted the Dallas Woman. Dallas, Tex., September 5. Bill Tay lor, tho uegro recently arrested in Fort Worth charged with having brutally as saulted tho wife ol City Treasurer Flip pen, of this city, a few months ago, dur ing his absence In Kurope, was held yesterday on $1,000 ball for assault, and 1,500 lor burglary, In default of which ho went to jail. It is thought that Taylor and an other negro, not yet captured, are the ones who raped and attempted to rape so many white women in Dallas about tho time of the outrage upon Mrs. Filppcn. The great excitement that existed at tho time is reviving, and the Indications arc that Taylor and his confederate, when captured, will be lynched. Cheated the Justioe of His Fees. Cincinnati, O., September 5. On Wednesday a stranger was arrested ul Avondale for stealing, and locked up in the Town Hall call-room. Ho gave his name as John Graham, aged twenty eight; no home. His hearing was set for this morning. When the jailor entered the call-room he found Graham suspended to the top of tho cell by a piece of blanket tied about his neck. Lifo had been ex tinct .several hours. Tho body wa3 removed to the Morgue. Sitting Bull's Narrow Escape. St. Paul, Minn., September 5. Sit ting Bull Is doing the city, and attended: tho Opera-house last night. As ho was leaving the hall some unknown man pre-; seated a revolver at his head and was with difficulty restrained from firing. Ho' was determined to avongo tho death of General Custer, but the pistol did not go: off, much to the regret of many people. Murdered His Friend. Dawson, Pa., September C. Last evening Samuel Short and W. J. Mullen,' heretofore fast friends, engaged ia a' heated political discussion, aud finally; Mullln became so angry that ho drew a! knife and plunged It Into Short's side, lnllictlng a fatal wound. Mullen has been arrested. Third Hearing of the Same Off inse. Bowling Gkkkn, Mo., September 5. . This afternoon the caso of tho Stato against Samuel W. Collins, Indicted for murder in the first degree, was callod. As Collins has twice been tried and found guilty of the same offense iu this court, it will be difficult to obtalu a jury. Murder and 'Probable Suicide. Portland, Mk., September 5. This morning at the City Hotel Thomas Libby, proprietor of the West Point Houso at Point's Neck, Cape Elizabeth, shot and killed Lydla Snow, his domestic, and un successfully attempted suicide. Cause unknown. Llbby has a wife and family. The two arrived at the City Hotel last night aud took a room. Pistol shots were heard ta the room this morning, and In Nalagatlon showed Miss Snow lying dead Llbby wounded am llet lu his brain. Tin bleeding w ith a bulk chances of his recovery are about even Miss Snow was the daughter of a deacon and so far us known hhu had lived a pun life. All WINti'S OKCOrTION. Analysis of a Drug Captured at I Chinese Opium Joint. St. Loris, Mo., September 5. Twi samples of tho article taken from Al Wing's opium joint on Wushlngtoi aveuuo ivud Fourteenth street, last night were dellv red to-day by tho pollco t Dr. llaeckelmun, analytical chemist o. the Health Department, for unalysls Tho Doctor took a small portion oul of one of tlio bono recepta cles, making tlrst a dilution with distilled water and afterward a solu tion with alcohol. Ho then dripped souu nitric add Into tho vial In which tho so lution w as placed and the fluid assumed i deep red color, gradually changing to light orange color, plainly showing that the stuff was Indian hasheesh, and nol opium, us was supposed. A tabulated statement of tho analysis will be iuad and glveu to tho chief. NU K IN A KXII K. They Lead to the Indentlfioatlon of Murderer. Sai.km, N. .J., September 5. Howard Sullivan, a negro driver for a Salem farmer, has been traced as tho murdurei ol Miss Klla Watson somo weeks ago, bj means of a knife with two nicks in th blade. Ho sold tho knife two days aftci tho murder to a lit lu boy, and tho ulckt In the blade, lilting tho breaks iu the freshly-cut sapling with which the girl was killed, and the nails and breaks lu tho solo of his boots precisely fitting the tracks beside the scene of tho murder, tho proof was considered complete. Tho production of tho knife, tho treinoi of tlic murderer, as ho was Identified, and his protestations of innocence, aud his conduct before tho Justice, made iilto a dramatic sceno in tho Sheriff olllce, tho other negroes lu custody who wero thereby exculpated, belli,1 amongst tho most lutorested of the spec tators. Brok) Jail. South Bund, Ini., September 5. Tcu prisoners out of seventeen in tho County Jail ei-caped last night by sawing off sev eral bars of iron in tho grating of a ven tilating register in the floor. None have as yet been recaptured. A Foolish Fiifht. Four Smith, Auk., September 5. lu an altercation near llackett City Wednes day evening, over the corn crop, James Taylor was fatally injured by Freeluu Johnson striking him on the head with a pleco of scuutliug, fracturing his skull. Arrested for Forgery. AsnriiY Pakk, N. J., September 0. Frank Patterson, charged with forging Indorsements for largo uinounts, was tho proprietor and manager of the Opera houso here, and not of the one at Long Branch. He was arrested eurfy this morulng at Philadelphia. WHY D1U UK JU.MI'f Terrible Leap of a Prominent Chloago Real Estate Aent. Chicago, III., (September 5. James M. Gamble, one of tho best known real estate men in this city, who represents millions of outside capital, was fouud in an alley at tho side of tho houso at 48 1-2 Congress street at three o'clock this morning. Ho was en dishabille, his face terribly cut and one leg broken. To tho police who curried tilin to a room at tho Palmer House, Gamble said he had leaped out of a third-story window aud had caught on the telegraph wires aud fallen to tho ground. He offered no further explanation. It is said tho leap was duo to tho appearanco of a police olllcer aud the alleged "lujurod husbuud," but It turns out that the couplu wero ou their way to another flat in tho same houso to arrest a brother of a prominent merchant. Gumblo is In a precarious condition. Declares for Butlor. Nkw Yohk, September 5. Wm. A. Fowler, for years a leading member of tho Democratic Stato Committee of New York, and of tho First Ward Democratic Association of Brooklyn, has resigned membership of the latter, giving as his reason tnathedoes not believe that Cleve land Is a fit candidate; that ho Is a sound, Democrat, and his nomination was brought about In opposition to tho wishes of tho Now York delegation at Chicago. Fowler declares for Butler. New Hampshire Grreenbackera. Manchestkii, N. II., September C Tho Greenback Stato Convention held here to-day, with fifty delegates pres ent, nominated Georgo A. Carpen ter, of Swansey, for Governor; John F. Woodbury, of this city, and J. K. Wil liams for Congress, and a complete Stato ticket throughout. Butler was indorsed as Presidential candidate, and an elec toral ticket placed In the field. Tho reso lutions of tho Indianapolis Convention were Indorsed The Steel Nail. Wheeling, W. Va., September 5. The Iron and Steel Amalgamated Association', of workmen publishes a card calling upon consumers to boycott steel nails. Thcyi claim that tho iron nail Is better audi cheaper, whllo tho manufacture o'f steel! ualls would throw 3,500 men out of em ployment, as It is niado almost entirely by machiucry. The card asserts that the' attempt to iutroduco tho steel nail is solely for the purpose of breaking up tho' Amalgamated Association and crippling tho strength of tho laborers. Spontaneous Combustion. Whkklino, W. Va., September 8. By spontaneous combustion of chemicals In Parson's photograph gallery last nighty the placo was burned, together with the' block situated on the corner of Twelfth, and Main streets, owned by McLaln liros. Loss, $9,600; covered by lnsur nice. Summer Billiard. , Chicago, III., September 5. Advices !rom tho north wost and Mississippi Val ey Indicate that a cold wave will strike' icre during the day. The temperature i las fallen from ton degrees to sixteeni legrecs In Dakota, Minnesota and Wis tonsln. on Hid Hour aud CHARLES JAMES FOLGER, Tho Hocrotury of tho Troasurj Dopurtiiiont Dion in tho HiirnoHH. Overwork ami Too Oloso Application ti Details of His Offije Responsible for His Uutiuioly Death. Uricf Resume of the D;;ad Sccietaiy'i Political Caicer The Department Closed To-duy. Gknkva, N. Y., September 6.--lion. Charles J, Kolger, Secretary of the Treasury of tho United States, died atbl homo hero at 4 :45 yesterday afternoon. He had beeu prostrato from overwork foi several weeks, uud Ills friends wero nol unprepared for the uews of his death. ClIAItl KH JAMES I'dl.llKH was born In Nantucket, Mass,, April 10, 1HIH. When ho was twelve years old, he moved with his parents to Geneva. H graduated with honor ut the Geneva Col lege In I HM, and soon after commenced tho study of law In Cunandalgua. Aftei three years, ho was admitted to tho llai of tho Supremo Court, and entered Im mediately Into the practice of his profes slon at (ioncvu. Iu 1814 ho was appointed Judge of the Ontario Court of Common Pleas, aud was also miido Muster and Kxaiiilnor In Chancery, which positions ho held until the Chancery Court was abolished In lttftl. In I H.I I hu was elected County Judge ol Ontario County, and held that olllco four years. In those days J udgo Kolger was known as a Democrat, but disagreeing with his party on the slavery question, ho allied himself with tho Republicans, und has since been one of tho leaders uf that party In tho State. Iu 18iil hu was first elected to tho Statu Senate, and was re-elected In 1 till J, 1805 and 18(17, wheir his Senatorial term expired. In l8ii'J President (irunt uppolnted him 1'nltcd States Sub-Treasurer ut New York, which office hu held until 18711, when lie was elected Judge of tlio Court of Appeals. In May, 18H0, Governor Cornell designated him as Chief Justice, to llll a vacancy, aud he was afterward nominated and elected as such In the fall of Uiu samo year. In October, 1881, lu was appointed Secretary of tho Treasury, for which olllco ho qualified on November 1 1, uud held It at the time of his death. On September to, 188-', lievsii nomi nated at Saratoga for the olllce 'of Gov ernor, but was defeated ut tlio polls. Iu public olllce lie was painstaking uud conscientious, and personal attention to details which proper, y belonged to Ills subordinates has probably hastened his death. The D-mr miits lu Mourning. Washington, I). C, September C Tho heads of burcau.i i.f tho Trcusury Department met this morning, and Comp troller Lawrence, Commissioner John son, Treasurer Wym.iii, Commissioner Evans, ml Solicitor Neal wero uppolnted a committee to draft resolutions of re spect to tho nii'iuory of Secretary Kolger. Tho draping of tho New York sub-Treasury to-day, und of other sub-Treusuries and Custom-houses on tlio day of the funeral, was ordered. An K.xecutlvo order will be Issued cldng all Govern ment Departments and ordering all flags ou Government buildings, ships, reserva tions, forts, etc., at half mast ou tho day of tho funeral. Tho Trcusury Depurl mout building was draped lu mourning to-day. President Arthur Keoolv.s tho Nows. Newpokt, U. I., September 6. Presi dent Arthur received a telegram an nouncing tho death of Secretary Kolger at llvo o'clock aud wa greatly affectod by the news. Ho will attend tho funeral and hopes to be able to attend that of Senator Anthony also. Ho has telegraphed his coudolenco to tho father of Secretary Folger and ordered that the flags on Gov ernment vessels aud buildings lu this vi cinity aud at Fort Adams bo placed at half-mast until after the funeral. Tho President hud Intended giving a dlnmr to the English Admiral on Saturday, but this Is now probably Indefinitely post poned. Secretary Lincoln's Mothor- In-Law Dead. Washington, D. C, September C. Mrs. Harlan, wife of ex-Senator Harlan, and mother-in-law of Secretary Lincoln, died at Fortress Mouroe last night. WAS IT 'I'HK SAUDI N ICS P A Young Woman Becomes a Raving Manlao After Eatlnsr Them. HiLLSHOHo, III., September 5. About two weeks ago John Burtlett, residing at Fillmore, fifteen miles southeast of here, bought a box of sardines for his sick daughter, who ate a portion and set tho rest away. A fow duys Inter sho ato tho remainder aud was taken violently sick. Tho doctor nronounced it a. cuso of poisoning, and administered remedies wnicn apparently restored her to health, but her mind soon began to wander, and she Is now a ravlugmaniac. Her mother, who attended her closely, exhibited the same symptoms a few days ago, aud Is now also Insane. Proap.oi for a Novel Camp-Meeting. Nelsonvillk, O., September 5. Tb families of fifty of the striking miners will be compelled to vucate their houses at Bmhtel on September 10. Georgo Snowclen, a prominent cltl.on of that town, made application to Governor lloadly for teuts for them. Governor Hoadly wired that they would be sup plied, if tho Sheriff made the applica tion. The operators want the houses for Imported miners. Guutral Grosvencr, of Athens, has been ongugod to defend the arrested strikers. Dr. OroBory Kt slgns. Jrvkkiison City, Mo , S. ptember fi. Dr. E. II. Gregory, of St. Louis, Presl tout of tho Statu Hoard of Health has undered his resignation to Governor Crittenden. Tho letter reads: "I here with present my resignation as a member it tho Missouri State Board of Health. I hare considered the matter .nd con eluded Unit another, mom ellli lunt, cat fo loiimi to un my position." Thodoctoi was anxious that Ids resignation hIkhiU bo accepted at once, but this tho (lovernoi wad not willing to do and only ucceptei It to take effect January I. IIASU HAM. IlltlCV 111 ICS. fcoru ol damn. I'Uye t on Thurs lay 8-ptembiir 4. Ilostoii, Mass, Bostons, 7; IlulTa los, 0. I'oluuilius, O, Columbus, 6; Vlr glnlas, I. Indian ipolls, I ml., Ilrooklyus, 5; In dlaiiapolis, Washington, . C Nationals, ti; Kansas City, 5. ' Philadelphia, I'a.-D. trolls, I'blla delphlus, I. New York. Cliligns, 7i New Yorks, 6. Providence, It. I.-Providence, :t ;Civo. lands, 1, Toledo, 0.--Toledos, 4; Alleghenys, 3, Italtlmore, Mil. St, l.onls Unions, 15) Baltluniro Unions, 5. Ilosion, Mass.-Pittsburgh Unions, b; Hustons, ;t. TIIIC I II It If, Tim Shot pahiiu t Day Hucos. Ni'.W YoliK, September 4. -The ex cellent programme of tliu third day o the (i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hireling ut Slirepsheud Hay brought together a large assemblage. There Were six races aud all wero well tilled. First Kaco Two-yeur-olds; throe fourths nilloi Floilo, first; Ma Chore, second; Natalie, third. Time, 1:10 8-4. Secoud Kuco Threo-year-olds and up wards; ouo nilloi Checkmate, first; Klcu, second; Arsenic, third. Time, 1 :40. Third littco--Tho September stakes for three-year-olds; one and three-fourths, miles: l.oulselte, first; lllast, second; Economy, third. Time, ;i:i)7 1-4. Fourth Knee Handicap sweepstukeS for all ages; one uud llvo-elghths miles: Monitor, first; Nettle, second ; Murk land, third. Time, y 3-4. Fifth Race All ages; one and one eighth miles: Frank Kiiiiyan, first; Monk, second; Prescott, third. Time, 1 ;58 l-'J. Sixth Kuco Handicap steeplechase over full course : Cochran, first; Altai re, second; Disturbance, third. No tlmo given. Hiunpil' n Park Uxors, SriilNGl'M'.i.n, Mass., September fi. Another cloudless sky, superb track, uud iillractivu programme, drew tlio largest crowd of the meeting to tho third day of tliu Hampden Park Association's fall meeting. The postponed 2; 17 pacing race, purso $1,1)1)0, hud only two starters, and wus won hi tli reu straight heats by Hesslo M.; I.orell., secoud. Host time, 'J; 18 1-L Tin) 2:11 trotting class race, purse (M, 000 divided, had three starters, aud was won by Harry Wilkes, who took the third, fourth ami filth heats; Phillips, second; Majolica, who won the first bout, being drawn In third. Host time, 2:15, by Harry Wilkes, lowering his record of 2:10 1-2 inailo at Buffalo this season This Is tho Ht cond time 2:15 has beeu madu ou 1 1 a m i p Ion Park track, the first Doing two years ago, by St. Jullen. In the free-for ull pacing class ruco, purse, 1,1 no. divided, there wero three start ts, ami Westmont won In threo straight heuts; Jewett, second In each heat und ruco; Hilly S., third. Kesttlmo, 2:11. A Puolng Race. Minneapolis, Minn., September 6. Twelve thousand persons wltnossod tho puclng raco for $5,000 between Johnston and ltlchbnll yesterday. Splan drovo Johnston, and John S. Campbell, Hlch biill. The weather was Hue and the truck good. Johnston won the first heat, lu 2:1.1, ltlchbnll tho second lu 2)20 H-4, and Johnstou tho third and ruco In 2:17 1-4. J John Pie Bouts the Record. Fall Kivkm, Mass., September 5. One of J. J. Cody's homing pigeons niado the journey from Bordentown, N. J., hero (214 miles) yesterday In 275 minutes, averaging l.Sii'J yards per minute. Tho best previous record for 200 inl.es was at the rato of 1,31'J yards pormlnute. . Failures For the Weok. Ni.w Yohk, September 5. The busi ness failures throughout tho country for tho lust sevon days, as reported by It. (i. Dunn & Co., number, for tho United States, l'JO; Canndu, 14. Total, 213; as against a total of l'JO for last week, showing an increaso of 17. Casualties uro still numerous In tho Western and Pacific States, while In tho other sections of tbo country tho number of assignments Is rathor below tho aver age, The President. PitoviDENCK, It. I., Septoniber 5. President Arthur will coma to this city to-niorrow morning, to attend the funeral of Senator Anthony. He probably will leave hero direct for Geneva, N. Y., to attend the funeral of Secretary Folger. He returned tho call of Admiral SlrJno. K. Cummerell ou board the Northampton this morning. Gloom in New York. New Yoiik, September 5. Tho death of Secretary Folger has cast a gloom over all tho offices connected with tbo Government In this city. No official ac tion has been taken yet, and In tho ab sence of Instructions from Washington nothing Is kuowu as to what will be done. Death of Yankee Robinson. New Jkitkhson, Ia., September 6 Filyctte Loda wick Iloblnson, better known as "Yankee" Hoblnson, the famous cir cus and theatrical showman, died here yesterday afternoon, aged sixty-six years, lie wus a lineal descendant of Dr. K b lnnon, the eminent divine who came to this country with the Pilgrims in the "Mayflower." "Yankee" lioblnson was a prominent Free Musou, aud the fraternity here took churgo of the funeral, Kate Smulsey's Fast. Koiit Plains, N. Y., Scptomber 6. K: to Smult-ey's parents say that up this morning she hat lived 178 days without food. She seems to be In about the same 3o idlilon as she was a mouth ago. Resembles Hog Cholera. Alexandria, Va , . September 5. A dls iuso resembling hog cholera hu tiroken out In this vicinity among the iwlae, and sevoral have already died, wealth For the Cure of Coughs, Coldi, 1 1 oarst" ncss, I ironc h i t is.t, rotin. Influ enza, Astlunn, Whooiiing Cough. In cioicnt Constimntion and fur the re- . . - H licfofroiistiinptive persons in advan-1 red stagciol the Disease, rorbalc by all brungists. Price, 25 Cents. -Manufacturer und Dualnr In V PJ8T0I.S RIFLES Hlli Htrtwi, lititM-miii I'niu'l Avu. uud l.cvuo. CAIIH) II.IINOIH CIIOKB ISOKING A SPECIALTY AM. kindh ok a munition. Mafus Itnnnlroil. All Kliuln ol Iters Muilx, C. W. HENDERSON, No. Commercial Ave., flolo Agent foi tliu OlclmtteJ. and HA.XG.KS. ManufACtiirur ami Doalur tn Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, IIKADQUABTKRS FOR riiillilrra' flnnlwaro and !arpmti-rs' Tools, Tab's and I'orkut Cutlery, host tn the market, llogiirs llros.' I'latnrl KiiIvkk, Forks ami Hpuuns, (I run He Iron Ware. Hurl In ICurtliunwarn, White Mountain Kri'iizern, Witliir Coolers, ItufrliTHtom, Clothes WrliiKiirs, Crown Flutem. Nti'p Lndilurs, Uardon Implements, (lolilim HturOII Hlovns linut lu the world, Lamps of evnrr dunrrlptlnn. Klaln Oil, Carpet Hweeiiers, Feat tier Dusters, llrooiim, Win dow Semen wire Clotb. Full snonlv ol Flshlmr IVklo, Tho above at rnnk bottom prices. Corner I'ilh and Commercial Aveuuo, Cairo, III. Tulvpnons No. ID. LOUIS C. HERBERT, (Successor to Chan. T. Newlautl anil II. T. ticronld.) Plumber, Steam and Gas- Fitter Commercial Ave., bet. fenth and Ele venth hits., OAlltO. ILL. Drlvo Wull Force and Lift Pumps furnished and put up. A(unt for the Celebrated "BUCKEYE FORCE PUMr he best pump over invented. New Gas Fixtures nrnlshed to ordor. Old .Fixtures rvpaired and bronii'id. IVJobbing promptly attended to. 319-tf JALLIT)AY BROTHERS. CA1KO, ILLINOIS, (onimission Merchants, DKAI.KHS IN FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAI Proprietor EgyptianElouringMills lighflgt Cash Price Paid for Wheat. HOP This porous planter la famom for its quick and hearty action In oaring Lame Back, RheumaUun, Sciatica. PLASTER IMoklnthalteok. Side or Illn. Nouraloia, Still Joints and Hun-lei, Sore ChMt. Kliinov Trouble and an pains or aohfs either local or doep-anated. ItSoothca-Strengtb-snn and Stimulates the parts. The virtues of hops com bined wltli irunu clean and ready to apply. Buperlorto liniment, lotions and salves. irlcs 15 cents or t tor A GREAT1 ealpt of price. Bop PUxMttr (ftmpany, Pro prlctors, Boston, Mam. SUCCESS tr The best family pUl mado-Hawlej's Stomach and IjTfrPllls. Sic. VlwiwintlnaetlmiandywytotalM. AGENTS WANTED. $35000 PER MONTH! qpUUV.VV SALARY AND COHMI88IOK to competent buslnesa m.irtnirer for this city (of HtaU) Agency. KtrtPONSlhLK COMPANY, tins loess p aetlcalW a monopoly, rivalling the TsU phone. tl(KI CAftn KEyVIHKD for $t.0W 8AMPLR OUTFIT KTAPLfcUOODS. Nobouds, No Particulars address, with references. THE NATIONAtrOO., 21 East 11th St., New York City.