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V. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
ibole-At'ciit foi the Celebrate'
alsocarrlee Ihelarct and bp.t M-cU-d ! -cu n
eer brought t tba city. IMce. ranging from the
loveat lor 1 cheap ttove np 10 ibe cliwe-i nVurve
ON the FINEST and IlIvST.
Builder' flir lwa-n, and a complete ao tniirnt o
Tinwar.', (iraiiliemre, Karthenware an-1 a g -ucra
line of Houmi K irnifli o (looda. Lamua. KU'.urea
etc. Call and-xa-nln b-for- pu-cnaa tiB.
Corner Utb aud Coinii Tela! Arenue, Ca:io, III.
Telephone No. is
136 188 Uom'l Ave.
hare a full and con.pl:e Hop of
Lineii uoods, Duster, Notions, Kte.
A hcTjr atoclc ot Body Brnei'e'e, Taper
tries and Ingram
A full (twit of Oil o'be, all aU'. a hlA pHrca.
All tioodaj nt Hottoin l'rioosl
laa. 1. smith.
(OBItllT A. .XITH
Grand Central Store.
' DRY GOODS,
OA IRQ. - ILL
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND PETA1L.
The Lai'tf jst Variety Stock
in tiik crrv.
GOODS SOLD V ERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Ninetmnthetreot 1 ft0 J n 111
Oomtnorcial Aththih ' 'Mllll. IM
Mrs. Emily Mowers,
Mrl, AMANDA CLAUK80N, Agent.
Wait Alexander Co. Dank, Hth 8t
UrOood Block and Prices lteatoniihlu.Ji
The Daily Bnlletiii.
THE CELLAR HORROR,
The Murderer of tho Doad Woman
Found In tho Collar of tho
Likely to B Ddiectod Through Eis Efforts
at Concealment By the Brutal
Murder of His Wife.
The Woman, Left For Dead, Revives and
Tells Her Story-The Mur
derer In Jail.
New York, December 5. Samncl S.
(ray, said to be a printer, who hud an of
flee lu the Carletou House In IW2 and
13, In In thu Trunton State Prison for
attempting to murder his wife. Gray
formerly lived In Dover, N. J. Upsides
bcln a printer, he was accustomed to
running stationary euglues about tho
mines. On October 15, 1883,
seven months after Ben Gray
disappeared from the , Curleton
house, Samuel S. Gray arrived In Dover
accompanied by a woman who said she
wan his wife. He started with the wom
an for the Allen mine, alon? a thickly
wooded and lonesome road. In a dense
part of the woods he Htrtitk his wife with
a clut) and beat her until he thought she
was dead. Later in the nl'lit the woman
recovered consciousness and crawled to
the first house, where she
TOJ.D llKIt S10KV.
She was then Uken to Dover. She
said she met Gray in 12, und was
married to him in New York, June
2, I:!. Soon after th ir marriage he
bean to beat her because she would
not support him. He told her stor
ied, which made her believe he was a
bad man. If (iray was the author of
the (,'arktoii House crime, and his wife
had discovered It, his motive for his
attempt to murder her Is explained.
'J'he (.'atietou Jloue printer enter
tained iu his room at leat two women,
and they were jealous of each other.
Late ye-iterday ufternoou SprenT be
came convinced tlmt the dead woman,
who-e skele ton was found iu the cel
lar of the t'arlet'iu House, was not his
si-ter, and the body was buried iu the
A FATAL FUOMC.
An Explosion of Dynamita Wrecks a
House and Causes Lous of L.fo.
D'vi:i:, N. II., December 5. Late par
ticiilars from Strafford shou that Mephen
Yotiny, in whose house an explosion,
previously report'-d, occurred, had ;i
party last ulijht. There was dynamite for
bla-tin jmrposes on the shelf, anil one of
the pa. ty, to scare the rest, tired off his
revolver, and the jar caused the explo
sion of the dynamite. The house was
blown to atoms anil borucd up. One
rcrson, a Frenchman employed by Youn,
was killed outright, an I seven were
wounded. Ilouds to the amount of 5Jo,
Ooo and an amount of railroad stock were
destroyed. Miss Sadie Greenlleld, of
liochestcr, was blown through a window,
and had her head cut open. Several of
those injured will probably die. Among
Ilium Is Dr. Stephen Younir and his uncle,
Stephen Youna. at whose house the ex
Ushered Into Eternity.
Owv.y Soixu, unt., December 5.
Cook Tetts, convicted of the murder of
his young wife by administering poison a
year ago, was hanged this morning, flo
declared himself innocent, aud requested
the jail official to have the ceremony as
short as possible. At three minutes to
eight o'clock the procession started. The
prisoner walked to the scaffold. He as
cended the steps with fortitude, and took
his stand on the trap. Whilst the haug
man was adjusting the noose the prisoner
shuddered and gave himself a slight turn
to the li ft, which was followed by nervous
trembling for a few moments, during tho
delivering of the Lord's ptayer by Kev.
Howell. The hangman tiicn drew the
bolt and Cook Teets was ushered into
Importers of Chinese Drowned With
Their Human Cargoes.
Huston, Mass., December 5. A special
telegram from Victoria, 11. C, says: "A
few days since it was reported that tho
three-ton sloop which left hero with nine
teen Chinamen, who were to be smug
gled, and two white men for the Ainerl.
can shore, had been swamped and all
In addition to this disaster, two more
white men who left Foul Hay seven weeks
ago In a leaky boat with twelve China
men for Washington Territory, have not
since been heard of, and are all believed
to bo drowned. The temptation to smug
gle Chinamen across the border Is very
strong, as for each one lauded the owuers
of the boat receive p:'3.
CO UN T12 It FF.ITK It C'AL'Ul IT.
Eos pec table Youn? Man From Alton,
Alton, It.l.., December 5. Deputy
I'ulteil States Marshal Darwin to-day
arrested Uarney lSrowlingtou, an employe
In 1). 1. Sparks & Co.'s mill here, on tho
chargo of counterfeiting, llrewlngtou
has for years been an employe of the mill,
ing linn, ami his habits have not been such
us to glvo weight to the charge against
him. The Government olllcers, however,
claim that they have ample proof to prove
his guilt and that of the other members of
the gang of which ho was a member.
They chargo that the headquarters of tho
gang was Iu or near Lltchilcld, and of
fleers are there to-day searching for" tho
tools and uppltaucis. Considerable of
tho Npurlons product has been circulated
In Madison, Montgomery und Macoupin
Counties, It Is a base Imitation, but a
great many people have nceeptod It.
llrewlngtou was taken to Sprlngileld to
day. Mhor arrests ure to be made In and
Somebody Und to Die.
Cincinnati, O., December 5. Katie
bum, a good-looking "girl eighteen yearn
old, sworo but u warrant for tho ar
real of her lover, Louis Ilcllcr, enis
ployed at Clemens' Iron' Works, mak
ing allldavlt that she feared bodily
harm, ffN Heller had threatened to shoot
her. Tho cam ouuw up iu 'Squiro
PnujDtng'ii Court tUL morning, When
JUtte fluteral the room Htller laintod
hp and levelled a pistol at her, but
the 'Squire grasped the weapon and
tried to wrest it from him him. Heller
jerked It away and deliberately placed
tho muz.lo over his owu breast und
llred and fell dead. Jeulousy wua tho
cause of the trouble.
A Dead Paupor Alive With Vermin
Hkrkimkk, N. Y., December 5. Just
before the adjournment to-day the Ilourd
of Supervisors were astonished at the
presentation of charges against tho man.
agement of the County House, preferred by
Mary Uassett, of this village. She Is tho
daughter of the late Uenjamln Lane, who
was taken to the Utica Asylum May U,
1881), and removed to the County House
April 1, last, where he died Novemberi'Sth.
She visited her father November lUth and
noticed sores on the back of his hands
and on his nose. Ills mustache was also
bloody. Attendant Tucker could not tell
the cause of tho sores. When tho remalus
were brought to her house she and others
discovered vermin on them. She believes
lie was brutally treated and brutally neg
lected. County Superintendent Crowley
denies the charges. The Supervisors have
ordered an Investigation.
A Human Butcher Sent to the Fen.
Lknoiii, N. C, December 5. The trial
of Kd. W. Itay, for tho murder of John
C. Miller aud Kd. Burleson, which was
begun last week, was concluded yester
day. He was convicted of manslaughter
and sentenced to twenty years' Imprison
ment. Hay Ls a desperate man, who Is
said to have murdered seven men since
tho war ended. He was a revenue officer,
und in (ach instance he secured an ac
quittal, on the plea that the killing wai
done In the discharge of his duty.
A Damaged Pillar.
Nasiivillk, Tknn., Dumber 5. It
was discovered here yesterday that W. L.
Iilanton, cashier of the freight delivery
depot of the Nashville, Chattanooga 4. St.
Louis Hailroad in this city, is about 10,
000 short in his accounts. Wanton Is one
of the pillars In the Methodist Episcopal
Church, and a director of. tho Young
Men's Christian Association. The jicople
feci as If one of their idols was broken;
IJluiitou claims that he will be able to
show lapses iu the payment of freight on
the part of merchants to the amount of
his defalcation. Traveling Auditor Ab
tier Jackson I iu possession of lilanton's
olliee, uud is investigating his accounts.
the -iv nr.
Brighton Beach Races.
Xkw York, December L There was
a liberal number of entries ut Brighton
1' ach vesteidiy. The track was in gpod
order, and the attendance was an average
First liace Maidens of all ages; three
fouiths mile: Theodorus, irst; Quick
march, second; King 11., third. Time,
l:-'3. Mutuals paid e;4.a5.
Second ltace Selliug allowances; one
and one-eighth miles: Paterson, tlrst;
Inconstant, second; Dizzy Blonde, third.
Time, 2:03 1-2. M:ail $18.00.
Third Hace Three year-olds; one mile;
Sister, first; Jim Carlisle, second; Mollie
B., third. Time, 1:51 14. Mutuals
Fourth Lace Handicap for all ages;
one and one-fourth miles: Little Dan,
Hist ; Bouncer, second; Caramel, third.
Time, ails 1-:'. Mutuals paid Sia.iJO.
Fifth Haee llaudica) steeplechase
over the short course: Jim MeGowan,
tlrst; Sam Brown, second; Puritan,
third. Mutuals paid J0;.7j. No time.
Washington-, D. C, December 5. The
St'ir says: '-It seems to have been set
tled down to a certainty that this will be
the working session, aud much Important
matter before the House and iu the com
mittees will be disposed of during the
winter. Buckuer says the Banking and
Currency Committee will try to pas
through the House some bill to secure a
National bankruptcy system and avert a
tlnauclal depression. He expects to meet
with opposition, butsavs something must
bedone. Whatever action is taken, how
ever, will have to be before the Hth, for
after that time it will be too late to get a
The inter-State commerce bill will pos
sibly not occupy more than two davs.
Cobb will make an effort to pass soino
additional laud grant forfeiture bills.
There will be an effort made to pass a
bankruptcy bill. The canal men are pre
paring for a light to get their bills through
this session. Tho hardest work will be
done by those interested In tho Henne
pin, the Fi le, aud the Maryland aud Dela
ware Cunals. The Nicaragua!) Canal inou
will attempt to have some action taken
by the House to the udvuucement of their
Interests. There will also be an effort
made to pass the bill restricting the coin
age of silver dollars.
Merchandise Unmailable to Foreign
Washington, D. C, December 5. Tho
Post-otllco olllclals find thut a largo
number of packages of merchamllso
evidently Intended for Christmas pros
cuts for friends lu foreign countries
are beginning to bo sent through the
mulls. All articles of this character
are unmailablo to foreign countries, and
Inconsequence llnd their wuy to tho dead
TIIK KIHST HKTUUNfl.
Tho vote cast by thu electors by several
of the Staled for PrcNldent and Vice-President,
were received by the President of
tho Senate yesterday, Tho tlrst which
came by messenger was that of Pcnnsyl
viinlu, the tlrst received by mall was that
of New Hampshire.
The Solicitor of the Treasury lias re
ceived from thu Comptroller transcripts
of Cnptuln llowgate's account, wllfrh
show him Indebted to the Government In
tliosumof tfl))!l,000. Thu Solicitor has
directed said suits to be brought to re
cover tho amount due from Captain Mow
gate's Hureties, one of whom
lives lu the. Southern district of
New York,' und the other In the
District of Columbia. The United Slates
District Attorneys of those districts will
uso the transcript referred to as evi
dence In the proceedings whldi they have
been directed to institute.
hhii will not nKsio.v.
Secretary FrollnghuyHen suya there Is
not a word of truth In the cablo dUiNitoh
from Bnwaoln stating that Mr. Nkiholait
FkU, Dalted.$vi iOaieM to Boljrura,
Mrcitgnca. ; - '
NIchtly Appearance of Spooks li
tho Village of Mystic on
Womea an1 Children Tightened Out ol
Their Wits-Thd Malo Popula
tion Had None to Lose.
A Deliverer at Last Appears Who Layi
the Ohost and Quiet is Restored
-The Spook In Jail.
New London-, Conn., December 5.
Three ghosts have been frightening thf
women aud children of tho quaint little
village of Mystic on the Sound, eight oi
ten miles east of here, for several weeks
Women and girls were at first pursued
almost nightly by a tall, white figure thai
rose up suddenly from the way
fclde, and seemed to 'their affright
ed vi-ion to float swiftly on the
wind toward them. They sped
down the street closely chased by the ap
parition and dashed Into their homes out
of breath and fell on the floor. At length
the terror became so general that few
women and girls ventured out of their
houses after dark, and when they did so,
hurried along their roads, often turning
an affrighted glance over their shoulders
lest the three ghosts might steal on them
Next a company of young men was or
ganized to lie in wait, with loaded shot
guns, for tho ghostly disturbers of the
peace, and several parties staid out all
night for a week or more at different points
about tho village, lying on the frosted
grass behind wait and fences, or In the
shadow of unlighted buildings. No spec
ter apieared In
THE SILENT 8TUEKTS,
and the watchers went home and
thawed out in the chimney place with
draughts of hot cider. Thereupon a
committee of two or three young men
arrayed themselves In hoop skirts,
dresses and bounets, and ntter dark
minced coquuttlshly up and down
the sidewalks hoping to lure the ghosts
into pursuing them. For two nights
the ruse was without results, but a
few evenings ago one of the ghosts was
tempted out. He sprang at one
of tho masquerade, who at
first fled, leading the ghost
on, until he suddenly wheeled, aud,
throwing his arms around the ghost, held
him in a merciless hug. The captive was
lugged before a police justice, who had
him locked up. The ghost wa Albert C.
I'.riggs, a jack-of-all-trades of the village.
He was seutciiced to thirty days In jail for
disturbing the peace. Who" tho other
ghosts are Is not known, as Brlggs refuses
to expose them. They have not been
Seen since his arrest.
The OU Market.
Pittsburgh, Pa., December 5. The
oil market was excited and panicky to
day, owing t.r rumors that the Mc Bride
well at Baldrldge was showing for a good
well. As about half a mile of new
territory will be opened up, if the well
proves to be a gusher, the trade becaino
frightened aud u general rush to sell fol
lowed. Prices dropped like lead from
78 1-1 at the opening to 73 aud at one
o'clock the market was a trifle steadier at
73 I-. The total daily production of tho
Baldrldge district is 5,'jx'j barrels, a fall
ing off of several hundred barrels. Since
yesterday Gibson No. a stopped flowing,
ami the Kennedy well Is still Asking for
PiTTsnunoii, Pa.. December 5. A re
duction of wages is contemplated at the
Millrale Boiling Mill of Graff, Bennett &
Co. There are over Ave hundred em
ployes lu the mill. Of this number there
are but a hundred members of tho Amal
gamated Association, while two hundred
can not be reduced because they are now
working under scale prices.
The employes of the Pittsburgh Bridge
Works are to be reduced llfteen per cent.
Sixty hands are employed.
The report that the puddling forge of
the F.lba Iron & Bolt Works had started
on double time caused a great rush of
mill men this morning, who were looking
for work. As the watchmen of the mil
wore unable to clear the works of In
truders, policemen were called In aud the
men ordered away. About six hundred
puddlers ami helpers applied, of whom
473 were turned away.
TWO FOOLS AND A BOTTLE.
One Man Dead and the Other a Fugitive.
Wilmington, N. C, December 5. A
fatal duel was fought between two young
men lu Morning Star township yesterday,
In which the weapons used were, on one
side, a whisky bottle, aud on tho other
side, a club. John Dullu and Rufus Mul
llo were Intimate friends. Dulln had a
largo bottle of whisky, aud they sat down
in tho woods and became merry over Its
contents. After the bottle iviu empty tho
men disputed a to their respective abili
ties as men, and finally undertook to set
tle the question then and tlierc by a com
bat. Dulln took tho bottle hy tho ueck and
used It as a club, while Mullls selected a
pleco of oak-plank about ',ho length and
width of the bottle. Dulln gave tho
first blow with tho bottle, striking Ids an
tagonist full ou Uio heud aud felling him
to the ground. Mullls staggered up and
managed to glvo Dulln a blow on tho
head. Do foil us though he had been
shot, the edge of tho plank having cut
through his skull, llo died soon after
ward. Mullls fled and has not been up
piehelided. An Explosion of Natural Oaa.
PiTTsnunoH, Pa., December S. An ex
plosion of natural gas at tho Consoli
dated Gas Company's well at Murrayi
tdllc, Pa., yenterday seriously burnud a
.vorkman, whoso name coiil I not b
earned, and totally destroyed tho derrick
Falls Heir to a Million.
PuiLADKH'iiiAa Pa., December 5.
Slchard Bracken, o rcstanrant keeper ol
tills city, and one of the moat prominent
if Irish Nationalists, has rcculvod notice
thut his uncle, Richard 0. Erakou, has
lust died Lu Bra&ii, lcarhlg to him a tor
lino ol acarly f 1,000000. Bracken 1 to
hAustrioua lVUthtnau, fortr-Cve yam
fugitive, fifteen years ago, Ho
was arrested lu 18GU as a sus
pect and Incarcerated In Mount Joy, a
Dublin prison. Ho still shows the marks
of prlsou ulialns on his wrists. Ho was
confined until July 18t;7, when bo was
liberated under tfie habeas corpus act.
llo then came to America and was Presi
dent of tho Wolf Tone Club, and became
one of the bitterest haters of Kuglund In
the city. He will go to South America to
look after the unexpected fortune.
The Fig-Iron Trade.
I'ittsiiukgii, Pa., December 8. Tho
project to restrict the production of pig
Iron by banking furnaces for a mouth or
more, has been allowed to die quietly.
Instead of further restriction, reports re
ceived at the otllce of the Pig-Irou Asso
ciation of this city are to tho
effect that a number of furnaces will
blow In during the next month. In
view of the complaint of dull trade and
low prices, the resumption of work seems
paradoxical, but It is stated that the stock
on baud Is much lighter now than at any
previous time for years, and that, while
there Is no prospect In the Immediate fu
ture for better prices, there Is room for
more Iron than is piled In the yards at
Drawing to a Close.
Binokamton, S. Y., December5. The
trial of Moucken for tho murder of Katlo
Brodhoftls rapidly approaching a conclu
sion. The evidence fur the defense la all
in, and the case will probably bo given to
the jury this afternoon. Judge Smith,
counsel for the defenw, requested the
Judge to let the case go to the jury with
out argument, aud it Is probable the re
quest will be granted. The court ba
taken a recess until half-paMtwo o'clock,
when the Judge will render his declslou
In the matter.
Mackey and Bennett Weaken and
Knnokle to the Western Union.
Chicago, III., December G. IV
Evening Mail prints the following dis
patch from New York: "Rumors are cur
reut here this morning that the Western
Union has about completed arrangements
for absorbing the Postal Telegraph &
Cable Company. Mackey and Bennett
are said to be tired of their venture. The
story Is credited by well-informed peo
ple." Serious Charges Against Teemer's
Pittsburgh, Pa., December 5. John
Teenier, the oarsman, and his two back
ers, Saulson and Eph Morris, have ills
solved partuershtp. Teenier alleges that
Saulson and Morris .made bad matches
Jor him, aud while be had rowed nine
races the past season, all but one of thciu
(the last race with Wallace Boss for
$1,000 a side) were for gate receipt
only. He also alleges that they beat him
out of his money, lu consequence of
which he Is now broke. He promises to
make disclosures soon that will astonish
the sporting world.
Know Nothing oi It
Chicago, III., December 5. General
Superintendent Gowby, of tho Western
Union, ami Supriuteudeni Parker, of the
Postal, were interviewed this afternoon
Both stated emphatically they they knew
nothing which wouM give color of prob-
acuity to we rumors oi tne proposed ab
sorption of the Postal Telegraph Com
No more Overtime.
Nrw YoiiK, December 5. Tho Sun
says: Owing to dullness In buskiess the
Western Union Telegraph Company has
cut off all extra time work hi this city.
This will be a serious blow to operators
nnvi ii nuiMiiii overtime COU il enrn
about $30 monthly
In additlou to their
Indicted For Murder.
Jefferson Citt, Mo., December C
Tho Grand Jury hero to-day returned an
Indictment of murder lu tho secoud de
gree against Frank Blizzard, tho convict
who killed Thomas Bradley, also a con
vict at the Penitentiary, lust November.
No one witnessed the killing, which fact,
perhaps, alone preveuted the jury from
Indicting him In the first degree. Tho
killing was done with a boot-tree.
The Week's Failures.
New Yokk, December 5. The failures
throughout tho country, as reported to
he It. G. Dun & Co. Mercautilo Agency,
number for the hut seven days: Uulted
States, 2'J4 ; Canada, 26) total, 2D. This
Is an Increase of Tl over last week. Tho
Increaso Is general In all sections of tho
country, but particularly noticeable In tiro
Southern and Western States,
Determined to Stiok.
New Bkdkoru, Mass., December 5.
Tho striking weavers of tho Whltteuton
Mills are determined to stick. Many are
leaving town, others are uniting with tho
Knights of Labor. Tho mill owners do
uot regret tho striko as there has been of
lato but little market for their goods.
Taxton, Illm December 8. Win. Os
borne wan awarded 93,000 dumages ut
this session of the Ford Couuty Circuit
Court lu a suit for bastardy against O. V.
McCabo. Levi Newlin and Albert Bun
nel were Indicted by tho Grand Jury for
assault with doudly weapons,
Election Beta Paid.
Chicago, Iu,., December 5. One of
the pool-rooms yesterday paid out $125,
000 in olectlou bets. Thu htrgettt amount
puld to one man was $6,500.
Store Burglar hted.
Cen i kktown, Mo., December 5. The
general merchandise store of A. J. Mur
ray, of this city, was bunrlarlmed hist
night to tho extent of sevcu hundred dol
lars. Olllcers ary lu pursuit of tho thieves,
Didn't Look Af Uur Their Fences.
Habtfoko, Conn., December 6. Tho
Selectmen of Kockvllle, Conn., have to
respond to a suit for $15,000 damages as
a result of their ncgllgonoc In uot having
their road proirij protected by a aide
Frank Skltllaaton wan killed and his
brother John was made lame by t.u fall
ing of an embankment, Vrsuk's wife was
ako badly hurt. ,
Death ol Dors.
QtnxAKtt, Vi., Doceahur 8. lion,
stance VL Dorr died yuttordar, afrsd
ftetor-toati lis vva ymiiaMfiMmt
V (fROYALIS&'iit NJ
Tlila powder never vnrlea. A marvel of parity,
itrenRth anil wholesomenem. .Vore ecouomlcal
than ordinary kind, anil cannot be sold 'n com
peftlun with the niiiltl'iidu of low teat, abort
wuiht, alum o bnaiihatft powders. Sold only
lacuna. ltOVAL HAKINtf PoWD'K CO.,
. li tt'a:l Stieel, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
ialcir:Jl V. 0. Cary.
alwa on hand.
Tearsc in readi
ness when called
xNo. 12 (ith St., Cairo, 111
MiuiufjittimT anl Uta'cr In .
jilitboyau Mineral iirmss Water,
ALWAYS ON UANU.
Milwaukee Ueer in keys and bottles, a
Manufactory Comer 4th & Com'l
iSuccesscr to Chad T. NewUnd and
Plumb, Steam and Gas Fitter'
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
bitvu Well Knreound Lift Pumps furnished and
out np. Atnt for thu I'ulubratud
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'',
he beat fiimo evor Invented. Now Gas Fixtures
iiri'l.hvd to order. U.d rUturcs repaired sud
lairjobliliiij promptly utteuded to ui9-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Hth Htreo. . betwui'U (.'om'l Ave. uud Leveo.
CHOKJ! IIOHINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Off AMUNITIOV.
SiOiia KdjiHirnl. All K'nil. ol Kuja Made, -
(A LLI.UA Y BROTHERS,
(m mission Merchants,
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K" t . nt C8i.li PH.' H.il tor Wh at.
lid hVsntar Cairo hulnoHu Ualljr
NfJNItY K. M'AVLOM, Mauler.
UHOKUB JOIlKs, Clerk.
vos Piil ocah for Cairo dally (Sundays txtspt
d) st 8 a. in ., and Mound City at 1 p. u. Kstirs)
Ug, Is am Cairo it 4 p.m. Mound City at I .