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BULLETIN VOL. XVI. CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1881, NO. 275. CAIRO TEST YOUR BAKING POTO TO-DAll Bruidi adr.rtl.ed at absolutely purs OOWTAIW AMMOIKA. THI TEST I Plaswann top down oa a but .tot until ht.ted.thea ?.2a. Ul? mu- e'wmut will uut U r qulnd to douot Ui. prwvnoe or aiuniouU. DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA. ITI MIALTHrTUUt Hit NEVER BL'M Ql MTIOIID. la ft million hornet fur quvter of ft century It Lu tgod Ui. euniunieri' reliable leit, THE TESTJFJHE 0VE. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., ikies or Er. Price's Special Flavoring Eitracts, Tto f M.Mrt SdleiM. u4 Htara I S..r ku.i,u4 Dr. Prict's Lupulin Yeast Gimi For Light, Uealthy Hred. The Il.-.t Dry 11 p YMjtln Wurld. FOR SALE BY CROCERS. CHICACO. - ST. LOUIo. 0. W. HENDERSON, No. 191 Commercial Ave., Sole Agent foi the Celebrated and EANGES, also carries thelargeat and bcrt selected stock ol HEATING STOVES erer brooght tithe city. Trite" ranging from the loscst lor t cheap stove no to the closest figures ON the FINEST and BEST. HEADQUARTERS FOR Batldera' Hardware, n1 ft complete assortment of Tinware, Oraulteware. Karthenware and ft g-oeral Una of Hon.e Furnl.hlni Gooda. Lamp, fixtures, etc. Call andexamln- before purcbaiiug. Corner l.'tb and Commercial A'cnne.C'a'.ro, 111. Telephone No. 12. Goldstine & Kosenwater 136 &138 Com'l Ave. biro full and complete lln of Dry Goods! Dress Goods! Linen Goods, Dusters, Xotions, Etc. A heavy ttock of Body Brussels, Taper- -tnei aud Ingram C-A-E-P-E-T-S A foil stork of Oil Clo'.bn, all e!i aDd prlccf . All iioodm at Bottom Prion! Manofacturer and Dealer In PISTOLS RIFLES 8th Street, between Com'l Ate. ud Levee. CAlliO URINOUS CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY ALL KINDS OP AMU.NITION. tiafea Kasalred. All Kinds nl Ken Mid. Hentjy Hasenjaeger, Manufacturer and Dealer in SODA WATER. CHAMPAIGN CIDER. BIRCH BEERi Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water, ALWAYS ON HAND. Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a specialty. Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l Cairo, Ills. EW YORK STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The Lariat Variety Stock iN TIIK CiTV. . C400DS SOLD VERY CLOSE NEW YORK STORE CO, Cor.NlnetMnth street 1 Pavt 111 Cositaerdal Avenue f UUIU IU "FIRE THEM OUT," Tbo Cry Raised By a Flarbt In the. Gallery of a Crowded Show, Precipitates a Pan'c Among Two Thousand Women and Children A Struggling Mass of Unreasoning Humanity. Two or Three Doz;n Persons Crushed tc the Fluor and More or Less Injured. Montreal, Can., October 24. The Royal Theater Museum, a len-cout show, was packed at the, matinee yester day, tho audience numbering over 2,000 persons, chU fly women and children. Two buys la tho crowded gallery engaged la a fljht when the cry ot "Fire th.-iu out," wan rained. This was understood below to bo a cry of Are, a panic eniu-d and a wild rush was n ade fur the exits, all pushes were Instantly choked with a strug gling unreasoning mass of humanity, Women became frantic, a d many of them fainted, fell and were trumped upon by the crowd. The actors au i attache.! vainly tried to quiet the frenzy by shout ing that there was no Ore. The panic lasted until all who w re physically ab.'e bad left the theater. Then It was discovered that two or three dozen wom en aud children had been c rut hud to the floor and were more or less 'severe. y In jured. None of them wore able to walk to their homes aud cab were procured. It Is regarded as miraculous tint soma were not allied. A Cry of Distress. . Quebec, Can-., October 21. E. J. Fiyon, Commissioner of Riliways, re ceived the following telegram to-diy from U-v. J. E. Ii. l'oullat: Uasi'a, October 'ii. "The set lament of Poltite-a-Fregate ond Petit Ansa have been completely de stroyed by Arc. 'ihirty-llve fjruiilei are h'-ineli ss ii ud starving. F r God's sake a-it us." Another tel'gram fruiu Clorydorme say: " I'lilrt. live bofurs at tills place havs beft burned. Two hundred per sons are In a state of starvation, having lost their barns, bouts and everything tht y possessed. Sorut-thlug shou.d be dune at once. The men could be sent away for the wiutei If tb,- women and ihlidreu were provided lor." ThsR o'lVdrs Abal. Nkw Y'ouk, October 24. Curtain bond bo. dm of the West Shore Kailroad have addressed to the United States Trust Company's trutee of the bouds a protest ogjlust the action o the receivers of the road In cutting passenger rates below a raying basis. lTe-ldent Stewart of the Trunt Company, It Is under.-tood, rep led In a non-committal form to the effect that the bondholders were entitled to protec tlon, and would doubtless receive re dress from the court If bey could tbow that iht-y were being Injured. Iu view of the latter clause It Is perti nent to stale tliat at .sterday's meeting of the Handing committer of the West Shore bondholders, the Receivers of the roud subm tted a statement showing since the reduction the Company's re ceipts have lucrea-ed twenty per cent. Secretary 11. It. Uulk.ey, of the com mittee, says ther Indorsed the Receivers' po.tcy, as In the Interest of the prop erty. A WIFK'S TEAKS. Tu.y Furnish the Cliw That Will Hacf Her Husband. Fiketwood, Pa., October 24. A Ger man farm laborer, named John Medlar, was shot dead re eatiy near hero by Charles Ep,ler, bis former employer, of whom he demanded payment. Epplcr au; a bole on his farm and buried his victim. The crime wouid probacy have rnnalued coucua.cd forever had it not been revealed through the pratlle of K,. pier's children, wno said their mother bad been crying for a loni time bec tuse papa mlsht be hung for shooting a man. 1 vehti-ation disclosed the murder. Darned the Girls and Mended Her Voles. ' llociiESTKit, Pa., October 24. Ellen A-h worth, a young woman whoso home Is lu Bridge water, Pa., and who has for twelve years been unable to speak above a whisper, having lost her voice la an at tack of scarlet lever, recently r covered her speech In a remarkable manner. She had established a mlllluery store at East Liverpool, O., and was doing a pros perous business. A few davs ago some of tho employes grew rebellious and la her rage Miss Ashworth surprised herself and those ab ut her by exclaiming la a loud voice: "Oh, darn these g ris!" Her speech Is now as perfect as beforo her Illness. STUDENTS' THICKS. A Poor Lcat Horse Brought In For Prof rsss. Wokcksteii, Mass., October 24. When the faculty and studouts at tho In stitute met lor prayer yesterday they dis covered a horse In one of tho pews. It had been smuggled up two wlndlig fi ghts of stairs during tho night by mis chievous students. The professors wers much puzzled how to get rid of the 1 tra der, and were occupied all oay, Finally they hired a number of men, who tied the horse's feet together, wrapped It In blankets, and slid it down tho stairs on skids. The boys stood outside and cheered lustllv at the proofing, They were so boisterous that the pol.ee were called upon by the Irate Faculty to scat ter them. The Cotton flxpotttlon. Nkw Youk, Ootober 24. Mayor Edson has lusued a proclamation ooncorntng the World's Industrial and Cotton CVn tenulul Exposition, to be opened la New Orleans December 1st. Ho calls atten tloo to the fact that the United States; Government will bare a mora exhaustive exhibit than any hitherto attempted by It, and to tho effect the Exposition I likely to have on trade with Ceutrai and South America, whose annual commerce K estimated at $076,000,000, and o rhkh tht United States now controls faiwm tSiAnonofVA. He -Qgmrandi W XtttMlttci to ther c-WwTis dr-tfsw York, and urges them to take) the Interest la It that It i.estrves. To furtht r this end, be culls a meeting of citizens or to-morrow night at the Chamber of Com merce, when Commissioner General Moonhead will be preseut and make an address. ' Dr. Nachtel as a Benefaotor of Bit Nkw Youk, October 24. Dr. Nachtel, whose efforts recurcd the system -of night medical service at call from police stations In this c ty, Is trying to establish an ambu'ance service lu Paris, such as exists la all the principal American cities. He has received the following sutograpn letter from Victor Iluaoi "Ni-w York has cornm need, Paris wM continue that which you propose, and which Is sug gested by reason and by evidence. , The success of the scheme will confirm your affirmation. It Is clear, is definite, Is huln n. I approve of It, and con gratulate you." THE TL'ItF. National Jockey Club Races. Washington, D. C, October 24. This Is the third day of the fall meeting of the National Jockey Club. The weather Is clear and cool, the track g jod and the at tendance large. First Kice a mile dash: Bella, won; Itichard L., second; Tattler, third. Time, 1:50 1-2. Mutuils paid, 920. Second Race One mliei Elizabeth, first; Hopeful, second; Saltpetre, third. Time, 1:501-4. Mutuals paid, $29.40. Third Usee Seven furlongs: Uotere, first; Coral, second; Lytton, third. Time, 1 :S3 1-4. Mutuals paid, 40.85. Fourth Race Congress stakes; two m ks: Iieel and Toe, first; Nettle, sec ond; B ast, third. Time, 8:44 1-2. Mu tuals paid, v20. SO. Fifth lUce Six furlong: Frankle B., first; Little Mtnch, second; Bessie, third. Time, 1:19. Mutuals paid, $14. 20. Brifhton Beach Biess. New Youk, October 24. The cold weather yesterday thlnnod tbo attend tendance at Brighton each. The racing was good, and the number of entries up to the average. First Race Maiden two-year olds, three-quarter-mile: Emmet, first; Adala, second: Hawthorne, third. Time, 1:22 3-4. Mutuals paid, 813 S3. Second Race Ad ages, one mile: Jen nings, first; Bouucer, second; Carrie Stewart, third. Time, 1 :4U 1-4. Mutuals paid, 1 8.05. Third ltace All ages, one and three eighths miles: Chrence, first; It, Monee, second; Bay Miller, third. Time, 2:30 1-2. Mutuals paid, $15.70. Four h Race Three-year-o'ds, seven eighths mile: Valley Forge, first; Nore na, second; Pilferer, third. Time, 1:S4 3 4. Mutuals paid, 911.75. Flf;h Race Handicap hurdle race, over six hurdles, one and one-half miles: George McCuilough, flrat; Pawnee, sec ond; Billy, third. Time, 2:59 1-2. Mu tuals paid, 912. Bchaefer Wine. Boston, Mass., October 24. Jacob Schaefer and W. J. Catton, of St. Louis, played two straight-rail billiard games at the Marshall billiard par.ors yester day. J he first game resulted: Schaefer, COO; Catton, 290. Schaefer's average was 21 3-7, and t'atton's 10 3-4. Th second game resulted!.. Schaefer, 1,000; Catton, 904. At the close of bot i games Schaefer gave a brilliant exhibi tion of fancy shots. Maud S. Lexinoton, Ky., October 24. Maud S. was jogged yesterday afternoon, act ing weh lu harness, feeling well and look ing well. She then was exercised faster, trotting a mile l i 2:2 ), doing the laxt quarter In thirty-one and a quarter sec onds. After seeing this, horsemen gen erally feel confiJeut che can break her record. All Signed Atrain. Cincinnati, O , October 24. Tho thir teen members of the Cincinnati Base Ball Club have all signcJ for the season of 18K3. The players are White, Sny der, Powers, Reilly, McPhce, Fennelly, Carpenter, Jones, Corkhld, West, Peo ples, Shailix and Mountjoy. Messrs. Stern aud Kramer have disposed of the greater part of their stick In the Club, and Mr. George L. Herancourt will be the manager. For the Cnampionship of Amirica. New York, October 24. The first name of the series for the baso ball cha - plonshlp of America, was played yesterday at the Polo Grounds betweeu the Providence team, the Leaguu cham pions, and the Metropolitans, champions of the American Association. Followlug Is the SC'OKEt. Provldenco, 20100030 C Metropolitans, 00000000 00 Base Hits ProTldence, 5 ; Metropoli tans, 2. Errors Providence, 2; Metropoli tans, 0. Pitchers Keete and Radbourne. Umpire-Kelly. MUohsll Ifeana Business. New York, October 23. Ata lute hour to-ulght Clias. Mitchell placed 9500 la the hands of Harry Hill to bind a match with Dominic McCaffrey, whom he de sires to chaLenue. He says he will meet McCaffrey with bard aloves or baro knuckles wlthlu six weeks, at any place lu the world, barring New Oceans, for from 9500 to 92,500 a side. One minute In Jail. PETERsnunoii, Va., October 24. John T. Pleasants, editor of the Mail, an aitor neon paper publlshod here, who was Irx dieted by tha Gran l Jury at the last term of court tor publishing on tho 17th of June last, a libelous card reflecting on the character of W. T. Lawrence, was convicted In the Hastings' Court to-day of a misdemeanor. The jury Imposed a flue of 95, and one minute In jail. Poleonsd the Wrong Person. Colcmbub, Ga., October 24. Ella Gamble has been oonvtctod of reorder In Harris ConutVi and w,is sentenced to tho TeuUcntlury for Ufa. Ella was an in mate of the house of Pink Bu chanan, wboeu affeotton the enjoyed for a season. Buchanan's wife ordered the artful woman to leave the bouse, when the latter mixed "Rough on Rats'4 In the day's batch of bread, Intending the poisoned loaf for Mrs. Buchanan. The aOl aiiCjrrrleoV bowVeK 4 HaXtS m toe 11uttitit4e4 his wlfeT INDIGNANT AMAZONS, Thoy Arm and Organize For the Dofonae of Their Homes and Firesides. A BogUB Baptist Preacher Overtaken is His SLs-H 8 Capture and Con viction As a Horse-Thief. The Hazsltine Murder Trial Tho Attempt to Show Insanity A Serious Cutting Affray. New Aliuny, I.nd., October 24. At Palmyra, llarr.sou County, a party of thirty women, disguised In men's clothes, rode up to the liquor salooa of Wll.lam Bott last night, aud demanded admission of B,tt, whose residence Is In the house with the saloon. Ejforclng the demand with drawn revolvers, they were ad mitted to th t houso and at once set to work and broke all the decanters, glasses and other furniture of the bar. They then kuocked in all the beads of the bar rels and kegs, and poured out tho liquor. Bott was thou given nollca If he re opened the saloon they would pay him another visit aad lynch tiliu, aa they did not Intend to tolerate the sale of liquor In the town. Bott is looking for another location. An ex-Oonvict In the Bole of Baptist Praaoher Cornea to Grief. Tolono, III., October 24. John Biggs was yesterday convicted la the Douglass County Circuit Court aad sentenced to sixteen years in the Penitentiary. Biggs appeared lu Sandora-, this county, about eighteen mouths ago with a letter from a Quaker church. The Baptists of the vil lage reaUliy took him into full member ship, and . he soon obtal icd licenso to preach. Occasionally a valuablo HOUSE WOULD DlJjAPl'EAIl from the locality where he had beon preaching, uut no one ever thought of suspecting him. A few weess ago a fine bay pacer was stolen from Mrs. M. Spauldiog and a horse from William Udeli ; another from A am Boone, a bug gy and harness from Stephen Hanson and numerous other articles. At the same time Biggs disappeared. Investigation showed mat he had previously served in the Penitentiary lor . horse-stealing and that the letter with which he first gained the confidence of the people of Sadorus Was a t'OKCEBY AND A FRAUD. Officers captured him at Fiora 111., with most of theproierty In his possession. The S'lenff of Douglass County took him iu etianjo ai.d started for Tuscola, but before reaching that ci;y Blgs went in to the closet, slipped througn the win dow and jumped trout the train. He was stunned by the tali; and when the train was backed up and tho otflcer to nd htm It was thought he was dead, but be re covered aud was tried aud couvicted yes terday. Tha HaSUiins TrlaL Baltimore, Md., October 24. The Huzeltine trial was continued this morn ing. The State rested Its case wlthjut the introduction of further evidence. It was expected that a number of witnesses would arrive this morning from James town, but they failed to appear. Gov ernor Whyte stated that iu their abence he had other wit esics he w u d nt on the stan' to prove the Instult ot the prloner. Wituesses irom New York will, It Is understood, tt stily to the duliuess and eccentricities of Hazultlueln bis boy hood. The flrt witness called by the def-'nse was Van Witzco, a young lawyer of Bal timore. He met liazeitlue iu Jamestown, N. Y., two mouths prior to the snooting, and hid traveled with . Un up to the tiiiii of the occurrence ol the uuiortunate af fair. He said Huzeltine acted strangely. At the hotel in Toron o ho tore up his stockings and the sheets, and witness had sat up with him all night. When they arrived at Ba tlmore, the pris oner's condition was verglug on acute mania as the result of a pro.onged do bunch oa which thev had been. Hazel t ne had trieo to purchase morphine at a drug store to quiet tils nerves, but the diugglt had refused him. The court took recess until 2 p. m. Serious Cutting: Affray. Chicago, III., October 24. A serious cutting affray occurred at the Board ot Trade bulldlun at one o'clock this after noon. Thomas Brown, colored, aged seventeen, whj goes by the name of Black Tom, was probably fatally stabbed In the neck by another colored man, uame nuknown. Th- victim Is a boot black, and owns a chair lu the nlley. It Is said tho principal in the affray went Into the mala hallway of the bulldlug uml began quarreling. Words lod to blows, and the -unknown man stabbed Black Tom In tho neck with a jack-knife, lntl.ctlng a very serious wound. The as sailant ran out of tho building and es caped. The victim was taken to the Couuty Hospital. Annual R-pirt. Wabuinoton, D. C, October 24. Tho annual report oi the Acting Judge Advocate-General of the Army has been sub mitted to the Secretary of War Tho report shows an Increased number of court martinis In all branches of the service, and recommends various mluor changes In the rules of military jurisprudence. DIVIDENDS DECLARKD. The Comptroller of the Currency has declared a dividend of thirty per cent, in favor of the creditors ot the Hot Springs National t ank and the First National Bank ot Monmouth, III. A Ringing D om on for B ill. WisnixoEON, D. a, October 24. The Examluer-ln-Chlet of tbo Patent Office his rendored a decision awarding Alex ander Graham Bell priority of Invention of the telephone receiver. This was awarded by tho exsmlner below to Mc Douough. The point at issue Is regard ed as the prluelpal feature ot the tele phonic Invention. Tha Kerry Hum of tht Bp ndlee to Be H.ard Again, f ail Rititi, Mam., Ootober S4. Tha manufacturers of i rlnt cloths hare de lAA . ..... mh amla Alt MaIu1 Vila nun .v inn wy - r i MwUon roKtteeryem latectwsj ''-- - "ii. ' stoppago. The latter chlm to have con. tracts to fill, aud that thoy have no right to close. The probability Is that forty closed mills will start up on Monday and run alternate weeks until there Is aa Im provement I mho market. The 10,000 operators shut out during this week have behaved admirably. Tho machinery of tho cotton mills Is much Injured by laying idle. When a mill closes for two weeks it takes nearly a week to get the machinery to running perfectly again. This makes It prefera ble to run a ternato weeks, rather than every other fortnight, tho product being the same la either case. TOLITICATi. Demooratio Barbsous. Isdianapoliu, Ind., October 24. The Democratic barbecue at Pi ru yesterday, was the largest demonstration ever held lu that vicinity, about 25,000 persous be ing present. Speeches were, made by Mr. Hendricks, Senator McDonald, Dur ward and others. CRAZED WITH RUM. A bloody row occurred on a Wabash passenger train, near Wabash last night, The train wai full of people, returning Irom the Peru barbecue. A woman named Cotticlphan, crazed with liquor, drew a long knlle and began cutting ami s astilng among the occupants of the car. Henry Garner was cut In the lelt shoul der, N. Qulnn was dangerously stabbed lu the face, and Conductor Prince was stabbed in the faco. The woman was finally ejected from the train. A Heavy-Welg-ht Opinion. Bloomi.vgton, III., October 24. Sen ator David Davis, although acting with the Republicans, to-day said In conversa tion with an lntlraatu friend that in his opinlou the Democratic party stood the belter chance for electing their ticket than they had for years. He said be thought, however, that Cleveland ought never to have been nominated, and that be was about as weak a candi date as could have been selected. Tbo party was, however, line y orga ized aud had and were every day accomplishing some very effective work. Between tno two mcu Blaine was bis first choice, but still his electloa was very uucertaln. Crossing' the Border Into Suck'rdom. Danville III., October 24. It was eleven o'clock this morning when Mr. Blaine lelt Lafayette for Sprin-fle d, III. He was accompanied by a large reception committee, who had come from Spring field to meet bim, and by several Irlends from Chicago, among ttu-m, Mr. Joseph Medl.l and Mr. C. B. Farwoll. The first stop this morning, the last in Indiana, was at Attica. Th re were about 5,000 people around the depot. Mr. Blalno spoke very briefly, saying that it was too late for argument, and that the time for action was at hand. No other stop was made until the train reached Dauvl.lu, ill. A YOUNG FKED DOUGLASS. He Mikss a Speech Before the Bloom- lnirton Indepndenta. Bloomington, III., October 24. Last night Rev. C. S. Smith, the distinguished colored orator and agitator of Illinois, delivered an address before the Independ i cnt Republicans of this city. Smith until ' recently was prominent lu Illinois pon tics, 'hd by his race was regarded as a young Fred Douglass. Ho was a strong : Arthur man, but bolted after Blaine was nominated. His speech was reported to be one of the best ever made la this city. Back in the Fold. New York, October 24. "Jakey" Worth, of Brooklyn was last night nomi nated by tho Republicans for Congress In the Filth District Mr. Worth has served nine years In tho Legislature. His op position to Mayor L w caused him to break with his party, but this year he is back lu the fold. Merritnan for Congress. New York, October 24. Tho county Democracy of tbo Eleventh Dlstr ct last night nominated for Congress Colonel Truman A. Merrlman, President ot the New Y'ork Press Club and political re porter ot the Sun. Colonel Merrlman Is f jrty-four years old and very popular. Will Not Fuse. Pittsburgh, Pa., October 24. Thom as A. Armstrong, leader of the People's party, said yesterday: "I am positive there will be no general fusion betweeu tho People's party aud the Democrats la Pennsylvania." He Will Oet There. Ithaca, N. Y., October 23. The Re publican Congressional Convention of this District met at Seneca Falls to-day and unanimously Indorsed tho Demo cratic nominee, John Aruot, of Elraira. Aasignea. Syracuse, N. Y., Octobor 24. The Kopelewlch assignment was fl.ed this morning. Half a doz n judgments for borrowed money were entered yesterday. The liabllltle-are upwards of 675,000. The slock Is estimated at ,'5,000, with 915,000 in outstanding acouuats. Boat and Cargo Lost, New Orleans, La., October 24. Tho steam oat Henry Frank, hence last even ing for Memphis, burned to the water's edge last night near Davis Crevasse. The boat and cargo are a total loss. No lives were lost. Lik ;ly to b Lyaohed. Nashville, Tknm., Octobor 24. Frank Rhea is likely to be lynched at Houston, Miss., under very peculiar circum stances. A week ago he hit BUI Pate over tho head with a stick. The latter fell dead. A Corouur's jury found that Pate died from heart dlsesso, because his skull was not fractured. Rhea was, admitted to ball. At the trial bofore a Jasilco yesterday, Pate's relations put the skull in evidence, skluned It and showed the ekail to be eracked la four' directions Use a broken egg shell Great excitement prevails. Pubilo sentiment has turned ngatnst Rhea. Ttas By field Bavagee Xtatartained. Niwbuhtpokt, Mass., October 24 Tbo "By Held Savages," Compaules A, B and C la tho old Nineteenth Rrgtroent, were entertained by Major Ben Parley, Poore, the original oomtnander ot the battalion, at hie ral lenca, West New bory, t-a aftaraoou. LkaMaol Graiy, 1 w f wwim . a - TIT" 'I Absolutely Pure. This powdr i en-r varies. A mnrvei of pnrlty. ttreoiftn kdiI win Irsoincness .N ore economical tliND ordinary kind., and cannot b sold m corn petition with the multt ndn of low ted, short weight, alum o borphste pnwrti r.. Sold only Id cans. ROYAL HAKIM I'i WIi B CO., nw w a I M ect, .ew York. AMUSEMENTS. (JAIRO OPERA HOUSE. One Night Only I'rantively. MONDAY, OGTOBEli 27. Beturn ol Everybody's Llttlo Favorite. The Cba' m- mi.', retlio tommeuienne, LIZZIE EVANS, supported by tbo Talented Comedian, HARRY WARREN, and a Superb Company. In the Romantic Corned) Jjrama, aTlie New Dewdrop " an Idyl of the Coast of Wale. t""Adralsslon. 50 nnil 75 cent. Gallery. 25 cents, seals secured at UlMer's W. G. CAET, tKTAKER Dealer in lirouda. Met b lie Ca.-ifS. (Off) 119, &c, &c. Grave Vaults slwav on band. caiso in rpadi s whiu called nr. No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111 IAS. II. SMITH. etJSIKT A. "HUB SMITH BROS' Grand Central Store. DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS, ETC. oa inn. - - iil, Patrick T. McAlpine, Lvader in Mnilo to ortlor. Sth St., bat. Ohio Levee t Commercial Ave. OAlUO. - ILL licimii'iii&r neatly done at short notice. A LLIDAY BROTH I ) lis, CAIBO, 11I.INOI8. l-ommissioi McrchantSj DEALERS IN Cl OUK, AND KA t'rovrtttnra Egyptian F louric g Mil Is Hwhuat rh Pil Pbl fnr Whfiat, The Kesnlar Cairo A radticah Dailj Packrt. GUS FOWLER HBNlir K. TATLOR, Master. UibUlttlli JOULc, Clurk. loaves Ptdacah fnrC iro daily OUnudity except i) ttt a. m., and Miiand City at 1 p. m. Ketvrav n,lavea Cairo alip.ai.tJfoan'lCltratlp.sa Ke a P Jrtirtfl i. . in-. . h ;"-... i go k jrkj: t'; ' I S.I' , .1!