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0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
al.oearrle. theltfge.t and but .elected tticitol
er brought t th. city. Pr.ce ranging from iht
lo.ei lur cheap Move tjljibe ciu.ert oVuie.
ON the FINEST and BEisT.
HEA DECANTERS hOK
Balldr' IliMwa-e, ami . cmiMe aMotment o
Tmwr, Orai.llewt.re, -arthenwara to a e mra
line of llou.e Kirni.hn.' Uoud., Laici". fixture,
te. Call aiid.xanin h-lur pa ci.a ut.
Comer Uib aud Commercial AvenocCa ro.Ill.
Telephone No. t
Goldstine & Koseuwater
13G 138 Com'l Ave.
bare a full and complete tin of
Llnei; booils, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A he try itock ol Body Brni.e.., Taper
trie, aud Ingrain
A full Hock of Oil o'.bi. all tlcei atd p'lcc.
All tiooda t Bottom Prioesl
At 1. .HITS.
Grand Central Store.
OI'RO. - ILL
IfBW YORK. STORE,
WHOLKSAIK AND RETAIL.
The Lartysst Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERYCLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth urtut I Pa i im i
flnmmerc'a' AvHtint '
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mri. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Next Alexandf r Ut Hunk, Hth St
tJrOood Htoek and Price neaionalile.l
Blows It Loud, Long and
Threateningly to a Corre
spondent. He Procla'ms His Innocence, Says He
Is Houn led For Other Min's Crimes
and Will Pnteot Himself.
He Doesn't Want to Kill or be Killed,
But Promises a Bloody Tims to
Philadelphia, Pa., December 3. Abe
Buzzard and a compuulou have gone so
far Into the swamp as to be beyond cap
ture. A correspondent who returned
from there to-day saw Abe Ba.zard. "Put
down now exactly what I bay,'! said Buz
tard, "and how I say It. Don't add any
thing, because I have not much to say.
Every winter there Is a lot ' ot
stealing golug. ou here, especially
In this section ol Lancaster
County. I have seen my name con
nected with burglaries on the same night
which put me twenty miles apart in four
different spots. Everything done crooked
Ls done by Abe Huzzard and his gang.
This Is all wrong. 1 have not been out of
Lancaster County but once since I got
out of jail. I was up In Heading to see a
friend. Since then I have been In Uie
TRYI.NO TO LKAD AN HON'KST lipk.
I worked at odd jobs, and bought this
rifle of a fellow that came through here
last summer. I paid him twentv-seven
dollars for It. It is a repeater. W'itb this
gun I am going to protect myself, I give
all notice to let me alone. I nave done
nothing. 1 am tired of being in jail an
Innocent man, and I won't go
back, as sure as there Is a God,
and I believe In a God. No matter
bow much I have been wronged, some
day I will get square. Whoever takes me
must do it when I am asleep. No man
will ever get me alive. That Is as sure
as there Is a God. I have no hard feel
ings against any one, but I want them to
let me alone me and my family. On
Saturday, when shcuVr's store was rob
bed, I heard the constables and horse
COMING FUK ME.
Now, I didn't want to kill or bo killed.
So I just got out of their way and went
down to the swamp. There is only one
man with us that's done any thing wrotig
(if late, but that was uot robbery. 1 said
ho could stay with uic, poor devil; he is
better with me, out of danger than down
in the count ry. I was home all Friday,
Saturday and Sunday night. They won't
come here in the night. In the day time
1 get out because I don't want to meet
Uieiu. If I do aud they grab mo there
will bo a bloody time."
.THE WAK OKOWINU BITTER.
Big Cut. Mads by Competing- Lin, to
Nkw York, December 3. The railroad
passenger war continues unabated. The
West Shore aud Erie are selling tickets
to-day to Chicago for 150. The New
York Central, and the Delaware, Lacka
wanna & Western Roads ask 310.50 to
the same point. To Detroit, the Erie
Itoad asks $7, to Cincinnati, 810.50. One
firm of ticket agents to-day quotes tho
following prices by all roads, except the
Pennsylvania lioad: Chicago, sjs.iU;
Ciuciuiiati, $s.50; Cleveland, $0; De
troit, 85; New urleans, round trip,
$43; and Buffalo, 44.05. It is under
stood that the Central has instructed
brokers to sell their tickets as low as any
The Railroad War.
Chicago, III., December 3. The Rail
way Managers' conference ou Western
passenger rates resumed this morning.
The belief is expressed that a satisfactory
agreement will be arrived at to-day.
Chicago, III., December 3. The gen
eral managers of the Missouri River Llues
at the meeting to-day decided to ord'T a
restoration of passenger rates to Missouri
River points, taking effect to-morrow.
The new rates are 912.50 to the Missouri
River, aud $7.50 from Chicago to St.
Louis. Tho new agreement is to rua two
How He Secured a Block ol Shares In
New York, December 3. -The second
trial of the suit by David Stewart, a re
tired merchant, against Huntington, the
railway kiug, to recover $SO,000 on a
transaction in Central Pacltlc stock, was
begun yesterday before Judge Van Vorst.
Jos. 11. Choate Is the plaintiff's counsel,
aud Roscoe Coukliug aud Francis N.
Bangs conduct the case for Huntington.
Mr. Choate, In questioning the jury, asked
one of them whether ho knew Jay Gould.
Mr. Bungs remarked that if auy juror had
gained the Impression that Gould, Sagcor
Mills are concerned lu the suit, ho
wished to say that neither of
them bad any thing to do
with It. Mr. Choate, In his opening re
marks to tho jury, said hu had reason for'
asking If auy of them had any relations
with Jay Gould. There wus a free ma
sonry of tho moneyed lords, so that when
one was touched they all wliikod.
Stewart testitled that in 1870 Hunting
ton desired to obtain lino shares of Cen
tral Paclllc, which Stewart held. lie
told Stewart that there were troubles lu
the company, cither that there was au
overissue of stock or danger of au over
Issue, so that there would be sales at low
figures, and ho wanted, while lu his pow
er, to obtain for us a good price for tho
stock, and ho would givo par aud Inter
est. . It Is alleged that tho stock went up
enormously soon alter. -
How Arthur WUl Earn Hit Living.
Nkw Youk, December 8. That Presi
dent Arthur, at tho termination of liLs
term of olllcc, will return to tho pructlco
of law lu this city Is now considered set
tled by those thought to know, unless ho
Is elected to tho Senate, and, even lu
that caso, ho might resume his profes
sion. Several largo rooms on tho
fourth floor ot tho Mutual Life Insurance
Building, adjacent to tho apartments of
tho Chamber of Commorco are being held ,
and pat In ordor for tho reception of tho i
rmidrai After Much i . General Ben F, 1
Butler has an oftko on the satuc floor.
President Winston of tho Mutual
Life Is a warm social and political
friend of tho President, and this accounts
fov the latter's choice of an olllco In the
Mutual Life Building. It Is understood
that Mr. Arthur will not appear In court,
not considering that It would comport
with his dignity as ex-Presldcnt, but will
coullue himself to the practice as consult
ing attorney, only. Lven before he be
came President, General Arthur, as mem
ber of the llriii of Arthur & lUusoni, sel
dom appeared In court.
THE HfcViiMJK MARINE.
Effective and Satisfactory Work of the
Washington, D. C, December' 3.
The Chief of tho Revenao Marine, In his
annual report, shows the cost of conduct
lug the service for the year to have been
$451,311. The sigulilcaut fact Is noted
in connection with this, that the assessed
amount of Hues upon vessels apprehend
ed through the efforts of tho service dur
ing tho year was almost as great as the
cost of maintaining it amounting to
Tho relief work of the year excels that
of any former year. Assistance was ren
dered to 24ii shipwrecked or distressed
vessels. Upon these vessels were 8,310
persons, many of whoso lives were Im
perilled, aud sixty-three were saved from
drowning. The special work ol the serv
ice has been more than usually Import
ant. The Corwln, Captain Healy, cruised ex
tensively lu the waters of Alaska during
the past season. The work has been pro
ductive of most gratifying results. Tho
tratllc in rum by Illicit traders, and tho
consequent demoralization and Injury of
the 'native population, have been almost
entirely arrested on all the coasts. The
Alaskan work of the revenue marine, it Is
believed, could not now be abandoned
without serious injury to the country.
Recomtueudatiou is made for new and
larger vessels for service at tho port ol
New York and Alaskan waters.
Want to Go to New Orleans.
Washington, D. C, December 3.
There seems to be a clash in the oplulons
of leading Democratic members of tho
House about the holiday recess. Chair
man Morrison of the Ways and Means
Committee, said to a United Press re
porter to-day that a recess would doubt
less be taken about Saturday the 1 3th, so
that those who desired might attend tho
opening of the New Urleans Exposition
on the U;th.
"There will not be such a recess as that
would indicate," said Holmau, who ob
jects; "uot by any means. 1 think the
recess should be very brief. Wo have too
much before us this session to waste time.
A recess taken just before Christmas aud
reconvening Immediately after the New
year comes In, is about the right th'ng."
The majority seem to favor Morrison's
Public Bullding-a for Large Cltiea Only.
Washington, D. C, December
This morning the House Committee on
public buildiugs and grounds appointed a
fcub-committee to interview State delega
tions In Congress In reference to the con
sideration of bills favorably reported to
the House by that Committee. It is in
tended to secure the consent of
U' cled members to drop
providing for public buildings
cities, and consider ouly those
places, which would, It is believed, facili
tate the passage of a class of measures
that would otherwise be left unconsidered
at the cud of the session.
The Public Land Grant Question.
Washington, D. C, December 3.
The House Committee on Public Lands
will hold Its first meeting this session
to-day. There Is a disposition among
the members of this committee to dispose
of the Northern Paeillc land graut for
feiture bill now pending in the House. It
Is thought the committee will to-morrow
pass a resolution urging st-. 1y action
ou that measure.
A Stroke at Silver Coinage.
Washington, D.C. .December 3. In the
Senate to-day Mr. McPherson introduced
a bill directing the Secretary of tho
Treasury to discontinue tho Issuance of
treasury notes of denominations less than
85, aud to cease the regular monthly
coinage of standard silver dollars, and
Issue lu lieu thereof silver certiilcates for
bullion deposited lu the United States
Washington, D. C, December 3.
There was a very slim attendance at tho
opening of tho Senate, and some delay lu
getting to business.
The resolution Introduced yesterday by
Senator Vest, directing the Committee ou
Indian Affairs to Investigate the alleged
Illegal leases of grazing lauds lu tho In
dian Territory und report by bill or other
wise, was amended to Include tho Indian
Senator Plumb contended that many of
those lands were uot needed by the In
dians, aud souio of them were sultablo
for agriculture. He thought Cougre.ss
could open them for settlement without
breaking faith with tho Indians or Im
periling their Interests. Ho especially
advocated tho opeulug of the Oklahoma
territory to settlement.
The resolution, asamcuded, was agreed
At their own request Mr. Manderson
was excused from further service on the
Committee on Claims i Mr. Slater from
further service on the Judiciary CommlU
tee; Mr. Morgan from further service on
tho Committee on Indian Affairs, Und Mr,
Dawes from service on tho Coinmltteo to
Examine tho Several Branches of tho
On motion of Mr. Cobb (of Indiana)
tho House by unanimous consent nou
concurred In tho Senate amenduiouts to
tho bill to forfeit unearned lands grautod
to tho Atlantic & Pacific Railroad to aid
lu tho construction of that railroad from
Missouri and Arkansas to tho Puclllo
Const, and a committee of conference was
After tho transaction of soma lm
portant business, by mmnlmous consent,
tho uiornlug hour was. on motion of Mr.
Randall, set aside, and tho llouso went
Into coinmltteo of tho wBolo on tho bill
milking provlslou for llio support of tho
navy for tho last six months of tho fiscal
year ending Juno 80th, 1885, with Mr. j
Cox (of N, Y.) In tho chair. General do- i
bate was dispensed with, and the bill was J
considered bjr jxuagrapJiS nnlr the &v
Q2falUtdJl0. , i
Ba'KDEKED FOR MONEY.
A Texas Famer and His Wife Brained
in Their Beds by Oovateoas
One of the Murderers Taken From tho
Officers and Lynched The Other
Likely to Share H.s Fate.
Dallas, Tlx., December 3. Near Sul
phu.r Springs, Monday, a farmer named
Jones and his wife wero found lu bed
unconscious, with their skulls crushed In
by some heavy weapon. Jones revived
HUlIloieniy to say that negroes had com
niitti'd the deed for tho sake of robbery.
Ou Thursday hist Newton Albrooks and
Perry Rellly, both colored, were at Jones'
house, and saw Mrs. Jones handling
Home money. They wero arrested. Perry
finally admitted that the
sight ok thk money
in Mrs. Jones' possession caused himself
and Albrooks to plot for securing It, even
If murder wus necessary. Monday morn
lug they got a heavy Iron from a black
smith shop and put a handle Into It. Mrs.
Jones was awakened and tho murderous
assaults wero made ou herself aud hus
band, when other Inmates of tho house
being aroused, the criminals fled without
securing the money. The Sheriff started
for the jail with tho two prisoners, but a
mob of 100 men secured Perry and lynch
ed him. Tho Sheriff managed to escape
with Albrook, whom he lodged In the Sul
phur Springs jail. It Is feared the mob
will overpower the guards, however, and
lynch Albrook. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are
still alive, but there is no hope of their
Between Rival Choristers Over the Selec
tion ot a Hymn.
HoRNELLsviLi.E, N. Y., December 3.
Barney Bell and Henry Wadsworth are
members of the Zlon African Methodist
Church lu Bath. They were rival candi
dates for tho position of lead.r of the
choir. Wadsworth was successful, and
on Sunday evening he selected a hymn to
be sung which did not suit Bell.
Words arose between the two musi
cians, and Bell knocked Wadsworth
down. Wadsworth then drew a knife,
and Bell took a heavy stick of wood from
the wood-box. Bell struck Wadsworth
over the head with the stick of wood aud
Wadsworth stabbed Bell In tho breast,
Inflicting a wound an Inch deep and three
Inches long near the heart, The two men
then clinched and fell together on tho
floor. Members of the congregatlou tried
to separate them, but did not succeed un
til both men wero seriously Injured.
Bell's wounds, wero at tlrst thought to be
fatal. Wadsworth was arrested aud held
to await the result of Bell's Injuries.
ROUUHON MY BROTHER-IN-LAW.
'Hut Russell Sage Got His Money All the
! Nkw York, December 3. Russell Sage
last summer when stocks were tumbling
at a rate that swept away his riches like
chaff, "lay dow n" oa his puts, calls,
spreads and straddles, iu other words,
to save as much from tho wreck as pos
sible he declined, until compelled to, to
honor his privileges. As a consequence
tho glass iii his partition door was
smashed by tho crowd of impatient hold
ers of his contracts pressing ugalust it.
Yesterday Wall street was told that Sage
had "lain down" again. This time it was
Colonel Jos. J. Slocum. It happened two
weeks ago, aud was kept a secret some
how or other. The story hinged on tho
collapse of the United States Under
ground Cable Company, of which Sago
was President, und Colonel Slocum wus
the Secretary and Treasurer. Colonel
Slocum, It was asserted, loaned $10,000
of the company's funds to some person.
This person owed Sago the money and
handed It over to tho latter gentleman
without delay. An examination of tho
company's books disclosed the loan, and
Judge Ingrahuni granted an order of ar
rest against Colonel Slocum who was
thrust Into Ludlow Street Jail. Sage let
lit in be lu prison for two days, but at last
JAY GOILI) HECAMK SlUF.TY
for Colonel Slocum, who was thereupon
released. John II. Ketcheti, who was ap
pointed receiver of the United States Un
derground Cublo Company by Judge Bar
rett, was seen at his resldenco Into lust
night by a reporter. He 'declined to say
anything about the nature of the suit lu
which Colonel Slocum had been arrested,
but said that tho Colonel had been ar
rested two weeks ago and balled by Rus
sell Sage and Jay Gould. "Colonel Sin
cum," Ketcheu said, "is Treasurer of the
United States Cable Company, of which I
am receiver, and I am the plaintiff In this
suit, representing many creditors. Col
onel Slocum Is uot tho only man Impli
cated." Further than this Ketcheu re
fused to say anything.
Brighton Beach Raoea,
Nkw Youk, December I). Tho racing
at llrlghton Ucuch was continued yester
day. There was a largo attendance, and
tho truck was lu good order.
First liaco Two year-olds six fur
longs 1 Kiuinii, first ; Hlplelte, second;
Nounlo Lee, third. Time, 1 ill) 1-4. Mu
tual paid $UU.15.
Second ltucc A selling purse; one and
one-eighth miles 1 Sister, tlrst; Huron,
Hocoudj Fuugh-a-Hiillugh, third. Time,
2:0.' 4-4. Minimis paid, fJl.W.
Third Hace I land leap; all uges; 0110
and three-eighths miles 1 Lllllo Dun, tlrst)
Arsenic, second; It, Mouco, third. Time,
2:L"J 1-li. Mutuals paid tiOM.
Fourth ltitco All ages; seven fur
longs 1 King Lion, first; Logun, second ;
Delilah, third. Time, 1 1 114 . Mutuals
Fifth liaco Handicap over five hurdles j
ono and one-fourth miles 1 Sum Hrowti,
first; Pulley, second; Jim McGowun,
third. Time, ailiii. Mutuals paid tjL4.75.
Murylund Jockey Club Trouble.
Haltimhiui, Md., December 8. For
some time past there has been trouble
brewing among tho members of tho Mary
land Jockey Club, and a few weeks ago
Major J. lh F'ergusou, Secretary of tho
club, anuo inood his Intention of rcslgu-
ng. Finally it developed into a motional
A ruootlnd of tho club waa held !
jiMitfirJa-fatiiy Wtitwirti TUmli .trli 1..iif...ln.i,.l . Qui Aa
sided, stated that tho object of tho moot
ing was to receive ttio resignation cf Mr.
Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson then read his
letter of resignation, in which he said that
it was no longer consistent with his self
respect to hold the position of secretary,
because of insidious efforts m tin; pan of
certain members of the Executive Com
mittee to iniike his ollleial life unpleasant.
He said that Governor Bowie, the 1'iesi
dent of the club, had interfered to lend
the I.oriilard stable to a horse owner for
occupation as winter quarters, It was
Intended to have let the stable to tlvo
yearlings from tho West, and experience
showed that disease frequently broke out
among such horses lu tho spring. On
this account he refused the stable to tho
party. Governor Bowie, in reply to 'this
letter, stated that it would be best to ac
cept Ferguson's resignation. He charged
that Ferguson's rude and Insulting treat
ment of owners, rii rs and jockeys had
become so unbearable ns to deter
many from bringing their stables
to limllco. The Governor then recited
a number of alleged offenses committed
by Ferguson, among which was that Fer
guson had retused to exchange compli
mentary badges with members of the
Washington National Jockey Club, as
Is the custom w ith all jockey clubs be
cause he had beeu refused the olllce
of Secretary of that Club. Tho resig
nation of Ferguson was then voted
upon, and resulted lu the club's refusal
to accept It.' Mr. Ferguson then arose
to reiterate his intention to resign, but
lie was shouted down, and the meeting
Cleveland, Thirty-Six; Hendricks, Thirty
Six. Albany, N. Y., December 3. The
Electoral College was called to order at
10:20 a. m. by President Kelly, The roll
was called ami all found to be present
except John Delmur. A recess of half an
hour was taken to await his coming.
Upon again being called to order, Del
mar was present. The College then pro
ceeded to ballot, ami Clevelaud received
thirty-six votes for President; Hendricks,
thirty-six voles for Vice-President.
A committee of three was appointed to
mail the certificate to the President of the
United States Senate at Washington, and
to obtain a receipt from the l'ostniast..i
for the same.
lErastus Coming, of Albany, was selected
as messenger to tarry the certiilcates in
Washington, und Frederick A. Fuller to
the District Court.
QMr. Ottendcrfer offered a resolution
thanking Secretary of stale fa if, Avsi,,.
ant Secretary Wood niii nth.T oillcers fo
their assistance lu the collet'.
At 2:15 p. in. the college was still i
AFTI21E nYKMY YEARS.
Father nnd Daughters Separated
by the Doath of Wife and
Reunited Alter Twenty Years All Hav.-
Been Fortunate and Are Well-to-Do
in This Words Goods.
QriNCY, III., December 3. Twenty
years ago the wife of George W. llajnes
died, leaving him two baby girls, lie
was poor and had no means. He gave
ono girl to a geutleniiin of this city,
Henry Schley, now deceased, who adopt
tier us His owu. I no girl is married to
Mr. II. II Imeiitz, tho brewer. Her foster
lather left her a snug fortune, est limited
It $50,000. The younger girl was placed
in the Woodlawn Orphans' Home, thence
she was adopted by some Missouri par
ties, bt subsequently returned to the
Woodlawn Home, und wus then adopted
by Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas Potter, ol Buy
llss, Pike County, Illinois, and by them
raised to womanhood. Until now she
supposed herself to be their owu daugh
ter, I lay lies having accumulated some
property, and Mrs. Illmeiitz being de
sirous of llmllng her sister, some mouths
ago began a search, and yesterday Alice
Potter arrived hero with her foster par
ents. From tho records of the Woodland
Home, she has been fully ideutitled as the
daughter of Geo. W. Huynes. The meet
lug of tho sisters and relatives was very
kit. ami Mrs. Potter nre well-to-do
farmers of Pike County, and seem to lie
greatly worried, fearing that Alice will
be taken from them. Ut this there Is no
danger, as her father Is satlsilcd to have
her 'remain with her foster-parents, to
whom sho Is devotedly attached. It Is
seldom that two children, left to the cold
charities of tho world, faro so well as
these sisters have done.
Freight Car Thieve. Convicted.
Jkki dhso.n City, Mo., December 8.
Iu the Circuit Court hero this morning
Indictments wero returned ugalnst Thos.
Swift, Wm. Dospard, Henry Maligns and
Thos. Connor for burglary and lurceuy.
All but Swift pleaded guilty, ' Sentence
will bo passed on the three during tho
week. Tho above parties arc tramps who
recently broke open and burglarized a
Missouri Puclllo freight car.
Salvation Army Narrowly Escape
From a Iiurnlnif Bulltflntr.
ilinDUi'oiti), Mi:., December 8. While
the Salvation Army was holding a meet
ing lu a large hall In Saco last night, tho
building was discovered on lire ami a
serious disaster was only avoltTed by tho
prompt manner lu which tho uudlciico
was dismissed before tlio danger hcciiinu
apparent. Tho lire was tho work of an
lucetidliiry. Great Indignation Is felt.
Hatiflod by tho Stockholders.
IlosroN, Mass,, December 8. Tho
stockholders of tho Kastcrn and lloslou
& Maluo Railroads yesterday rut I lied by a
stock voto tho action of tho directors of
tho two roads, w hereby tho former road
was leased to the latter.
A bill in equity was tiled In tho Clerk's
olllce of tho United states Circuit Court,
yesterday by.Duiiiw II. Ingrulitim, of
Portland, Mo,, to enjoin the Kasleru
lialifoiid Company from making any
lease with the Huston & Maine Hull,
road. Tho bill Is roluruablo January 5th,
Tho Work of the Mint.
Washington, I). C, December 8,
There was executed at the mints during
November gold coin to tho value of
1.883.700. and of sliver B.430,000 aland-
ard dollars and 1,080,000 llvo-ceut pi J
Thin iowdr i.i ver yirin. A msrvel of parity,
"tieiiL'tu ml hi It soineDoet .Wire ecoimmlcal
ii uruiin.iy klinln. and t: not ho sol J n com
mI ti n wlili the rn 'i It i ud.' of low it.', short
vciiiiii, alum o ibii.iiri.it piwtlirn. Sold only
ciio.. KoYAl, HAKI'UI't WD K CO.,
100 rt a 1 st eut, Ptuw York.
I, E. FALCONER,
MKcrto W. G. Cary.
arse in rpadi
s when cailcd
No. 1 0th St., Cairo, 111
Mannfitcturar and Dealer lu
lubiogaii Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Milwaukee liter iu kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
(.Success 1 to Clia T. New land and
11. T. (ierould.)
Pumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
1 oinincii'ial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
D.lve Wi ll Yko und Lift Pump, furnlahed and
'.in 1. p. Aiiui.t for the L ulubratud
"BUCKEYE FORI E PUMP''
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