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IN THE PASTRY
MB TBESOTII AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOil THEY STAND ALO'E.
Prlc Saklng Powder Co.,
Dr.Pricj'i Cnam Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupulin Veast Gems,
lry Uo. YemnU
MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
: W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Corn merdal Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated.
alsnctrrlS' thelerji.t ud hn-t .,i-:t.d .1 c
er br. nght t tbe city Prce raniting fro-., ih.
loet lur . ehrep .tore Sj. to ibe cltwei-l fljqie.
ON the FINEST and BEbT.
Builder. ' Hir Iwa-e, and t em il-te amotmcnt o
T,nwr, Orr Pewite. arthen ari n a if n.r
line of Ho ae P rn .b n G.i..d. I... p., r Ixtnre
te. al. lid xii. In h lor pg c u
Conif? 12 b d Com m, Tela Avenu.-.C ro.Ili.
Telepbuor No. li
Goldstine & Rosen water
136 At 18 Uom'l Ave.
hare s fall And complete lin of
Linen Gooda, Duster, Motions, Etc.
A heTy stock ol bodr Brnt.e s, Taper
tn.t aud lugr.lB
A fall .tori of Oil
o'.b, all tlxei atd p-lcei.
I a s. rra.
(UBBRT A. -SIT
Grand Central Store.
OAIRO.":.- - ILL
vvwmw m a it1
NEW YOKK 8TORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Lartrt variety Sic-r
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD vkRYCLOSI
NEW YORK STORE CO,
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OoMimefc's' ins ' ' HI"". .
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Vrl. AMANDA CLABKSON, Agont.
Next Aleiundrr t 'o IJrmk, Hth 8t
fcVOood Stock and Priced Reaionahle.ci
NATIONAL MONEY MATTERS.
Estimates Submitted to the Houao
Committee on Appro
priations. Monthly Statement of tbe Publio Debt
For November (hsh in the Twas- '
The Japanese Minister of War In
Estimates Submitted to the Home Com
mitt tee on Appropriation.
Washington, D. C, December 2. The
following estimates have been submitted
to the House Committee on Appropriations
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 188(1:
Pension j (jo.ODO.OOO
...uiiury icu'ivmy Ijy.t,:li4
Consular anil dlploinatie expense..
I'ost-olllee I. purtmcut
Indian Bureau ,
Legislative, Exeeuti ve and Judicial
bundry civil expenses
luipiovemt-ut ol river and har
The estimates for the present fiscal
year were 213,2';y,r.5, and appropria
tions 1 77,770,450. The Increase of esti
mates for the next fiscal over those of the
present year are 43,412,054, and over
the appropriation of the pre.nt year
Minthly Statement of the Pnbllo Debt.
Washington, D. C, December 2. Fol
lowing Is the statement of the public
debt for November:
Four and ahalfs $
Navy J'eiiNion Fund
2M ,i.i, t:i
Total lntfrftt bearing delil....
Certificates ol depnuit
Oold and dv-r i fitillcati-n
Knictior al currency
Total wlinout intercut
Toiul Intfrent ,'
C'anh In T reasury
In-ht lc cai) hi Tn-inury
nermann during Novciuocr
Decrease since June i, 1-
Intereitt due a id unpiiid J
Ii' ht on whlcn it.tercat ci asi d....
t inted -tatei iiod-m del I for re
demption of certificate), of tli--pomt
(dd and silver ceriil!cnte
CasU balance avad.iole hoi
AVAILA HLE ASSKTS.
Cash In the Treasury $
ltonds liwued to rucitlo Hallroad
Companies, Interent puvaijle oy
United Mate., principal out
tmidina Interest accrued not yet paid ''
Interval paid hy t mted states....
Interest repaid by (oiri)a.,..-a l.y
trancportation r ice
By cn.il imyiiiHittM, iIvh iwrpaiil,
ol net i.-nrnin.
Bala C' of intercut paid b the
Luiicd Matcn '
Tha Japanese Minuter
of War In New
Nkw Yokk, December 2. The revenue
cutter William E. Chandler, at half pat
six yesterday morning steamed down the
bay to meet the Cunard st-amship Servia
on whit b tne Japanese Minister of War
and Ids suite were expected. General
Oyama, the tlistinjuishcd visitor, Is about
forty years old. He and his suite were
all dressed in Knglib costume and num
bered sixteen Including a courier. The
Minister speaks K.uglish well, and said he
was In excellent health. Tho party will
remain lu this city about a week.
Republican Senators In Cauous.
Washington, D. C, Decemb"r2. Im
mediately after the adjournment of tho
Senate yesterday a Republican caucus was
held, at which a caucus committee was
appointed to select Seuators to fill tho
vacancies which exist on tho several
Cincinnati Merohants to be Boyootted in
Nasiivtllk, Tknn., December 2. Tho
Southern Steamship & Railway Associa
tion, representing tho Nashville, Chat
tanoogo & St. Louis Railway, the Mem
phis & Charleston, tho Louisville & Nash
ville Railroad, and all steamship lines
from the Carolina and Georgia ports,
met last week to confer with the gener
al managers of the Cincinnati
Southern Railway relative to freight
rates between Cincinnati, Memphis and
soutnern points, ino manager of tho
Cincinnati Southern claimed tho same
r rates should be made via that linn
from Memphis to southern poluts, Mem
phis heretofore having three cents advan
tage, hence the poolingarrangement failed.
In consoqnenco of this Presideut J. W.
Thomas of the Nashville, Chattauooga &
6t. Louis Railway, says to meet the com
petition he will be forced to suspend one
fourth of the employes on his line, about
600 men. Tho order took effect yester
day. It is regarded hero as a calamity,
and merchants talk of boycotting Cincin
nati. Tho wages of tho remaining em
ployos will remain as they aro.
Have Burned the Bill.
FniLADKLPiiiA, Pa., December 2. The
shoe manufacturers who have signed the
bill of wagea presented by the Turn
Shoemakers' Assembly No. !):14, Knights
of Labor, of Philadelphia, which went
Into operation yesterday and continues
for ono year, are the following: Lulrd,
Schobcr & Mitchell, W. Drisbach, T.
Miles A Sons, Ogden & Markley, Sol
lers, Morgan & Co., Milton Phillips, Nel
on & Shepley, Willis & Trask, W. 8.
Reeves, Kelly & Mooro, Jacob Fisher,
Puling & Watsou, Nailer, Lewln & Co.,
11. Gardiner, M. Klkius & Co.
City or Mkuco, December a. As a
result of the Presidential election icld
in this Republic on the 13th of labt
August, roillno Diaz was yesterday In
augurated President In a manner be.
fitting his eminent services of "Libcrato"
and statesman. The Inaugural ceremony
and tho accompanying punuo celebra
tion mtu tho most Imposing event ever
ttosutd ta this cttf . The oath wm
CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER . 8,
and aftoi the conclusion of the cere,
monies, retiring President Gonzales
gracefully made way for' his successor,
amid a storm of applause, the tiring of
cannon, and the ilnging 'of bells. Sub
sequently the President was escorted by
a clvlo procession, followed by the mili
tary to the puttee, the j.iy of tlie peo
pie, an thalr confidence in Diai bo
lug abundantly manifested.
TUB i UUP.
Brighton Beach Races. .
New Yoiik, December 2, The. weather
was bracing uud the attendance good at
Brighton Beach yesterday. The track
was rather close and heavy.
Flrit Race For beaten horses, three
quarters mlJei Modoc, flrst; Typhoon,
second; Jersey Maid, third. Time, 1:20
1-2. Mutuuls paid, 810.45.
Second Kaec For beaten horses, three
quarters mile ! Mollie H., first; Red Fox,
Becond; Burgutidia, third. Time, 1:211-4.
Mutuals paid, fti!Mo.
Third Race Helling allowances, one
and one-half miles: Tilford, first; Leroy,
second; Paterson, third. Time, 2:40.
Mutuals paid, $19.05.
Fourth Race For beaten horses, seven
eighths mile: Pericles, first; Richard L.,
second; Kuchlel, third. Time, 1:83 1-4.
Mutuals paid, $16.40.
Filth Race For non-winners since No
vember 1st. one mile: Geo. Sinrer)ev.
first; Huledon, second; Hickory Jim,
imru. lime, 1:43
Mutuals paia, $to.
Trenton, N. J., December 2. Vlce
Chancellor Van Fleet yesterday granted
a rule to show cause why an Injunction
should not Issue against Daniel F. Beatty,
the organ and piano manufacturer of
Washington, N. J., restraining birn from
doing business; also that a receiver may
be appoluted to take charge of the affairs
of the Company. 'J he application is made
by K. F. Fanley, of Shelnyvllle, 111., for
the benefit of himself aud other creditors
of Daniel F. Rcatty.
Still a Losing- Concern.
Annapolis, Md., December 2. The
annul meeting of the stockholders of tho
Cbenapeako 4 Ohio Canal was held here
yesterday. The report of the Presideut
shows that the Chesapeake &. Ohio is still
a lo.MDg concern, the receipts for the year
iho.0W, wliile the expenses
readied 200,000. Durlna the vear a re
ductiou of salaries amountiiisr. to $15,000
annually was made. Uu motion of Gov
ernor MeL-aue, who represented the State
stock, Colonel L. Victor Haugliuian, of
Frederick, was elected President. The
foliowiug Hoard of Directors was elected :
Colonel J. j. Jh-rvet, James A. L. Mc
Clure, Patrick llannll, John Huinbird,
Mejihen Watkius and K. A. Dobbin.
A General Shut-Down and Reduction.
Klkton, Ml)., December 2. The ex
tensive fertilizer works of D. Scott &
Rro., of Elkton have shut down and dis
charged all their employes. This is the
first time this ever occurred since the
formation of the linn, fifteen years or
tuore aiio, and It throws out of employ
ment a large number of men. None of
the lrn orcottiu mills o'i the creeks near
horv mm running on more than halt ti . '
The Klk Cot toil Miils have it. so shut
Jown. The .lc('uliii::h Iron Company
lave rcduod the ruuui.ig hours to half
.be usual tiuiu.
Last o,t li Name
New York, December 2. Abram C.
(Vortendyke, President of the Worten
Jyke Silk Manufacturing Company, at
tVortcntlyke, Bergen County, N. J., died
fery suddenly ou Satuid.iy night. Ho
iias the last of a line ol Woru-ndykes who
aave carried on manufacturing lu his
oativ? village since early In this cen
tury. He kaves no brothers nor cliil
Jren to succeed him, and the probability
is that the business will pass into other
Toledo, O., December 2.' Bigamist
Neville rested quietly last night, and
there are no signs of Immediate dissolu
tion. When conscious ho continually
asks for Miss Whitney, saying he wishes
to see her once before he dies. His orders
are that his other Detroit wife should not
be admitted to bis cell, as ho blames her
for all his misfortune His lawyers will
demand a new trial.
Barnum and the Cabinet.
New York, December 2. Chairman
William H. Barnum, C. J. Canda and
Smith M. Weed were In conference at tha
Fifth Avenue' Hotel vesterday morning.
It was said afterward that Mr. Barnum
is himself a candidate for Cabluet honors,
If Connecticut Is thiw to bo honored, and
loes not propose to be overlooked for
Sovemor Waller, General Frauklln, ex
Senator Eaton, or any other man.
WAsntNOTON, D. C, December 2.--Mr.
Sheffield, tho new Senator from Rliodo
Island, was sworn In. The Vlce-Presl-lent
laid before the Senate tho reports of
Uio Treasurer and the Comptroller of tho
Senator Vest offerod a resolution di
recting an investigation Into. all leases
Df lands In the Indian Territory for
grazing purposes by the Indian tribes,
tho number acres embraced in the said
leases, their terms and the persons or
sorporatlons becoming the lessees, also
ill the circumstances nndor which tho
leases were mado, the means used In ob
taining tho lenses, aud whether they aro
lutborized by luw.
Mr. Wilson (of Iowa) presented tho
credentials of Smith, member-elect from
tho Seventh Iowa District, to fill tho
vacuncy occasioned by tho resignation of
Mr. Kasson. Mr. Smith took tho onth of ,
Mr. Follett, as a question of prlvlloge,
presented a proamble'atid resolution Im
peaching Lot Wright, United fUates Mar
shal for tho Southern District of Ohio,
of high crimes and misdemeanors In cou.
nection with the October election In Cln
slnnatl. Mr. Kclfcr made a point of order
igftlust the reception of the. resolution,
out the Hprnker ovrrrulnd It, deciding
that the resolution present-d a .natter of
jrlvlleire, and the Mouse cou'd tleternilno
for Itseli 'u far the Invesllnatlon should
bo prow, W id with and what committee
would have charge of It.
AffcrloiiKiMscusMou tho House adopted
tliu rofoiuilon for tho Investigation.
Tho House proceeded to tho cousldsrv
uou of tb lntai-lHute oonUMfiiu? MM.
NAMED THE CULPRIT.
Supposed Author of the Ghioag
Bogus E eotlon Tickets
Found at Last.
Fa'al TJso of Kn fe and Gan-Joha T.
Teweese Arrested For forgery-Fight
With a Gang of Bobbers.
Defalcations Amounting to $300,000 Dii
Covered By Experts Tbe Swaim
Supposed Author of the Chicago Boras
Election Tickets Found.
Chicago, III., December 2. A sensa
tion was caused to-day by the publication
of tbe fact that testimony before the
Grand Jury connects the name of James
C. Mackin, Secretary , of all the Demtf.
cratlo Committees, with the aliened fraud
lu the Second precinct of the Klghteenth
' Ward. J, s. Thompson, an employe ol
the printing house that printed the bogus
ballots, testified that tho order for the
work was clven bv Macklu Dersonallv.
tjMBuaiu, wuo nas oeen
1 v...i. ... . -. . , ' .
in t rvinuiuil Ha.
nles Thompson's statement, and any com-
pjiuny wnatever in tne irauu.
Fatal re of the Knife and Gun-Two
Upton, Ky., December 2. A double
murder was committed at tho residence
of Alexander Wells, colored, near here,
at a dance Saturday night, In which Tay
lor Phillips and Rafe Howard, both col
ored, were tho victims. Phillips was
asked for few a cents, which ho refused.
This angered Howard, who began carving
Phillips with a knife, cutting him so
badly that he ran out of the house and
died. As Howard tried to make his es
cape he was shot In the back by Jim
Phillips, a cousin of Taylor Phillips, and
died in a few minutes. Jim Phillips Is
still at large.
Arrested for Forgery
Denver, Col., December 2. John T.
Deweese, a well-known Denver attorney,
was arrested last evenlug on a charge ol
forging the name of Albert N. Smith to a
deed for real estate in this city. The
prisoner gave bond. For .several months
Deweese has been In St. Eouls, and last
wluter was a very successful lobb. 1st lu
tbe Missouri Legislature. Deweese has
had a very checkered career. After the
war lie was a carpetbag member of Con
gress from North Carolina, and for sever
al years has made his residence alter
nately in Denver, St. Louis and Kansas
Fight With Robbers.
San Antonio, Tex., December 2. -An
unknown man was robbed and murdered
by a gang of thieves forty miles east of
Clarksvlile. The gang was overhauled
yentorday by a posse of officers thirty
miles Irom the scene of tho murder, when
Ki.ieii ami another lataJly wounded. Two
of the pin -mug party were dangerously
I Philadelphia, Pa., December 2. A
repoit will soon be submitted In refer
ence to the peculations by ex-clerks of
the Gas trust For eighteen months .ex
perts have been examining the books to
discover tho sum of tho defalcations,
which are said to be nearly $300,000.
I Tha Swalm Court-Martlal.
Washington, D. C, December 2. The
Swaim court-martial- convened yesterday
aud refused to take another adjournment
as requested by the defense. J. Stanley
Brown, formerly private secretary to
President Gartleld, was examined and
gave testimony similar to that given at
the Court of Inquiry.
A DlSGltACli TO BUFFALO.
A Defenseless Old Man and His Daugh
ters Stoned by Roughs.
Buffalo, N. Y., December 2. The
Rev. Geo. II. Ball, of this city, Is having
a hard time of It, and doubtless wishes
the election was really over for him. Last
night a gang of toughs surrounded his
parsonage and pelted out the whitlows
with chunks of coal. One largo chunk
was hurled Into the sleeping apartment
of his two daughters, frightening them
badly. No arrests have yet boen made.
Saved by a Kitten. ,
Nkwbl'Ryport, Mass., December 2.
The house of Michael Dunn, on tho out
skirts of the city, was burned early yes
terday morning, when tho cries of a kit
ten awakened the family. The alarm was
so sudden that tbo I mm tea bad to floe for
their lives. A sou I no I his trousers gone
and a watch stolen lrom his vest. Michael
Dunn's trousers, containing money, wero
also stolen. It was undoubtedly a case
of robbery and Incendiarism.
An Insane Convict Outs His Throat, i
Jefferson City, Mo , December J.
Geo. Graves, a convict at the ponlten
tlary, cut his throat last night with a
shoe-knjfo, from tho effects of which he
can not recover. He was sent hero from
Jasper County for grand larceny and was
serving a second term. Ho was consid
ered Insano, aud had been In tho hospital i
for several mouths.. He bocamo Insaue I
during his Ilrst term of Imprisonment and
was taken from tho Penlteutiary to tho
Shot Himself in the Head.
Philadelphia, Pa., Deoembor U.
Gustavus Schwarz, of the firm of Koons,
8ch war z & Co,, commission morchauts at .
137 North Water street and 144 North j
Delaware avenuo, attempted to commit
suicide yosterdny afternoon at his home
by shooting himself la the head. No
cause is unsigned for the act. The wound
is said to- be of a fatal character.
The Bustard Oang.
Wkst Ciikhtkr, Pa., December 9. A
special from Lancaster last night says
mounted troops from Ooodvlllo, Bow
mansvl.lo and Compassvllle, with a num
ber from Cacrmai'ton 'left early yesterday
morning lu pursuit of the Welsh Moun
tain outlaws ' Sunday night robUrles
were committed near Intercourse. A
borse and buggy have been s tola a from
Miller Kllug. Ths awuttlM twit
party captured a crowd comprised ol
William Marshall and four colored men,
In whose possession was found harness,
Jewelry, clothing and other articles.
Tho posse with their prisoners are on
their way to Lancaster Jail. It Is re
ported by good authority thirt Abe Buz
zard, the leader of the gang, left the
swamp In which tho outlaws were cor
nered last Saturday aud was seen going
East on Sunday, armed to the teeth.
THUOtroiI A HOLE LV THE WALL.
Illicit Love Behind Prison Bars, and
What Came of It.
Lancaster, Pa., December 8. At a
meeting of the Prison Inspectors yes
terday, it was revealed that Salome
Whitman, a horse thief, and Frances
Fisher, another notorious woman In the
same cell, had made a hole through to
the cell of Geo. Spangler and Thomas
Sharpe, with whom they had constant
communication. Tho female horse thief
has made a confession of her guilt,
which Involves an Illegitimate child as
tbe result of this unheard of shame.
Tbe only action of the Inspector so far
,has been to censure the prison officials.
Tho affair Is the sensation of the hour.
Slight Clew to a Murder.
Cambridge, Md. December 2. On
Sunday the dead body of James II.
Willen, aged forty was found near Flnch
vlllo. His death was caused by a terrible
gun-shot wound in the neck. The only
clew to the murderer Is tho finding of the
wadding used In the gun from which was
fired the fatal charge. It consists of part
of an envelope which had been addressed
to some one at the El Dorado Post-office.
She Chanced to Get a Rasor.
Salem, N. J., December 2. Mrs. Ellen
Chance, residing at Brickstown, Cumber
laud County, while laboring under a tem
porary fit of Insanity, got possession of a
razor aud made a frightful gash across
her throat before it could be taken from
her. She is expected to die momentarily.
Two of the unfortunate lady's sisters
A Fiend Hanged.
8alkm, N. J., December 3. The legal
execution of Howard Sullivan, which took
place at tho County Jail this morning,
was the clotdng act of a tragedy seldom
equaled. The story of tho crime is as fol
lows: Ella Watson, on the night of the
18th of August, while proceeding to her
home over-a lonelv road uear Yorktown,
was waylaid, robbed, ravished aud mur
dered and her body concealed in some
bushes near by, where it was discovered
a few days alter. Sullivan, upon the
trial, pleaded guilty. Sullivan was exe
cuted at this morning and died
without a (struggle.
Cut the Wires.
Philadelphia, Pa., December 2.
Water street, between Market and Chest
nut streets, was all day yesterday a
labyrinth of tangled wires. Messrs.
Harding, Brltton & Co., grocers, were
annoyed by tho wires aud especially
oy tne tramping oi workmen over tuelr
roofs, and Harding, one of the firm
employed s man to cut them down, and
late at ufgnt down toey camo.
A Brakeinan and Fireman Eaoh Lose a
Kbokuk, Ia., December 2.This morn.
ing while a C. B. & Q. engine was switch
Ing stock here, a switch was left open.
and tho Wabash Cannon Ball came rush
ing along and dashed Into the pony en-
Eine, injuring H. L. Grcgsby, brakeman,
and Scott P. Ouuds, tho fireman. Both
had their legs badly crushed. Each will
lose a leg. me engines were consldera
Western River Improvement.
Washington, D. C, December 2. The
River and Harbor Commissioners held
session this morning and considered tho
engineers' estimates briefly. The csti
mate for the Mississippi River
from Cairo to the passes Is
$7,000,000; for the Mississippi from
the mouth of the Ohio to the mouth of
tno Illinois, 9 1,000,000; from Des Moines
to tho Illinois River, 300,000; for the
dry dock at Des Moines, Jt5,000;
for the removal of snags on tho iils
sourl River, 188,000; and for other
work on tho Missouri River,
only $30,000, tho general estimates for
tho Missouri River being left to the new
commission, which will send them In
soon. In tho State of Missouri the Gas
conade River gets 120,000 and tho Osage
fl,000 In tho estimate, all of which will,
of courso, be cut down materially.
Governor Hamilton Awards
ttfloate to Leman.
Chicago, III., December 2. It Is re
ported this morning that United States
District Attorney Tutlilll has prepared a
report In the Letnau-Braud case, to be
presented to Judge Blodgett, declaring
that over 200 ballots were taken
from tho box and an equal number
of fraudulent ones substituted, but
that tbo Federal Court has no juris
diction In tbe matter as the fraud was In
connection with a State office, and urges
that tho State authorities take up tho case
and bring tho guilty parties to justice. A
dispatch from Springfield says that Gover
nor Hamilton lu a decision of 8,600
words, awarded tho certificate to Lcman,
Republican, thus making tho Legislature
a tie. ,
Tbo Tribune of this city has changed
hands. The new proprietors are A. J.
Dletham, of the Kansas City Journal and
W. E. Haskell, a sou of R. B. Haskell, of
tho Boston Ihrald. Tbo paper will be
Wholesale) Diichargva-Redaoed Wages.
Maw Havun, Conn., December 3. The
force of laborers on the consolidated rail
road was yesterday reduced by the dis
charge of about JiO men. Tho lalriirers
retained will liavo their wages reduced
from 1. 60 a day to 1.85. The bands lu
the company's shops yesterday started on
the eight-hour schedule.
Man and 9lonev SClisin.
BnooaLYJt, K. Y., December a.
Thomas B. Conant, Becreury of th A. A
W. R. Carr Company, manufacturers of
railway supplies, Is missing, and is al
leged to bo a defaulter to the aoaiaut of
92,800. Mr. Coatut disappeared sereml
fen iffVaMftJsxfcw-'-ifti kmcmn
TMa nnwHa. n.n.. A - . -
ttrenKttt and wbd'esnmeoeif It ore economical
limn urjiimry kind., ana cannot be sold n com
pel t inn with tbe tniilti nde of low test, ihort
weight, alum o bo.phme p wder.. Sold onlr
Io cant. KOYAL BAKING Pi WD H CO.,
100 Wa lt eet. New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. U. ( ary.
alwa on band.
'cargo in readi
less when called
Ko. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
IIenky Haseit jaeger,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
."hflojjan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON llAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOIUS C. HERBERT.
(Siicct'sscr to Cnas T. Newland and
and Gas Fitter
oninieifial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Pomps famished and
tu up. Aicuut, for tbe Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORI E PUMP'.
he be.t nmi eviir tnvmted. -'ew Gat Flitires
nn i.bei to order. O d fixtures repaired and
ttrjuboing promptly attended to 810-tt
Manufacturer and Dealer tn
8th Street, between Cnm'l Ave. -id Levee.
CHOKE DORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNfTIOM.
tale. H. imrert AH Kind. ! Kee M.de.
i ALU J) AY BROTHERS.
( 'Oiiiiiiission Merchants,
FLOUR, UBAIN AMD HAT '
nrhMi Cash PrW Paid for Wbsat.
I he Regnlar Cairo & Faducah Dally
itriNRY R. TAYLOR, Vaster.
UBOaatt JUUXo, Clerk. '
I , Ave Pvlncah fof O'lrn dally (Haadiyi )
S aMMMlTtlil n I IM.M . Mi.
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