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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DKCEMBrR 10, 1834.
FOK WltEMTII AND TRIE FRUIT
tXA.UK THEY STAND ALOE.
MIDRIB r TBI
Price flaking Powder Co..
Chicago,.,,. m o .UL.U...A
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price' Liipulln Vonst Gems,
ilnl Dry Hum Ttml.
3fVH. SALE 23T GHOCEXiS.
WE HAKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave,
bole Agent foi the OlcJratei.
t aV M
tv i v
Itoeirrle- the largest tod be-t selected tckOI
evrrbfughtt the cliy. Pr'ce- ranufnc fro'n the
loe ior clitp tovB op t tbe cluet fU'nie-
OX tlw FINEST iind BE:.T.
Builder' II ir iwa-e. ant a e.m,iMe a-o tment o
T Dr", (i ri,iiewire, - arl'ienoare if in r
line of llo u K rnii-U'iu lin.,d. La.i p, r ix'.arc
ele. i all and xamin h-mr pa cini e.
Corner l- b and CouiBtri-la Afoi.u-.Ca 10. III.
T:l.'ibiii No. i
Goldstino & Rosenwater
13G Ac 138 Com'l Ave.
have full and complete llu of
Linct. uoods, Putters, Notions, Ktc.
A herjr mock ot body Bruve., Taper
trie aud Intjraln
A fall stork ot Oil
o'b. all uli'.'i atd price.
Hot torn Prions!
IAS. I. SMITH.
IUBEIIT A. SMITV
Grand Control ' Store.
OIRO. - ILL
NEW YORK STORE,
VHOLKSM-B AND RETAIL.
Tlw Liu'it Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
tiOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Ninotoonth tftrftot I 10 i I'M I
Mrs. Emily Bowers
Mrs. AMANDA CLAHKHON, Agent.
Nxt AJexundfr Oo Hunk., Wth Ht
i'VOnod Stork nnd Price KusiinnaliUt.
The Dailv Bulletin.
OMAHA CHARLEY LYNCHED,
Dosporado Who Was
Froo With Hie Lit
Ee Shoots a Ci'izm in a Baloon, and Ib
Taken From Jail By a Mob and
Hanged Till Dead.
Stout But Unavailing Resistance of
Brave Sheriff and H s Equally
Maryvili.k, Mo., December 9. Charles
F. Stevens, alias Omaha Charley, who
shot Hubert Krcmcrlu Illlgert's saloon In
this city on Wednesday of last week, was
taken out of the county jail last night a
little after midnight, by thirty or forty
maskers uud hanged till dead on a
bridge 100 yards distant. .Sheriff An
dcrsou and Deputy Sheriff Jack Ander
son refused to surrender Omaha Charley
to the mob, when a number of shots were
fired by the maskers, and some of them
came near hitting Sheriff Anderson, graz
ing just past inn neck. The Sheriff and
EMPTIED TIIEIH KKVOLVFKS
and were forced up-stalrs, where the mob
completely overpowered them aud took
the key to the cell from the Sheriff.
They then got a light and .went into the
cell where Omaha Charley was. lie
offered what resistance he could, and
clung on to the railing with fearful tenac
ity. It Is reported that he bit one ol
the maskers' thumbs nearly off, and
that another masker was wounded In the
arm during the shooting. When they
took Charley to the bridge he wanted to
be heard. They told him to go ahead,
when be said: "Gentlemen, what does
this mean?" Some voices said: "Is this
all you have to say?" He said nothing
more, except when they pulled him up,
The Sheriff and deputy made a gallant de
fense. The shooting of Kremer was very
unprovoked. Ho Is yet living, with a
chance to get well. Omaha Charley was
a desperate man and while many feel that
he fully merited such treatment, yet the
law-abiding citizens of the community
deeply regret that the law was not per
UiiUed to take Its due course.
CI-1 F FOK I J'S t'ON F KSSI OX.
One of the Captured Train Robbers Weak-ens-Plunder
Little Work, Akk., December y. The
authorities now hukl four men in custody
as being Implicated In the train rabbery.
Tbi-y are Jack Clifford, Joe Cook, Adolpa
Farker and Charb-s Campbell. Clifford
Is the mau who built the twitch and who
was the ringleader of the party.'
The Chief ol Felice and cue or two de
tectives played upon Cook's feelings to
such an exteut tiint yesterday he made a
lull confrs.siuu. lie nays ( anipix'll is in
liocent, the fourth mau neiug Jack Kline,
who bus beeu mining since Suturdaj.
Tie oilier two were Farker and Clifford.
jf There were only four iu Hie party.
jne plot was laid ja Kline a room.
Clifford was the leader, although Cook
w as to act a such on the night of the rob
bery on account of his superior weight
and heavy voice. His description of the
robbery is the same as has been given.
After the robbery they walked back
to the city and went to Kline's
room, where the swag was divided. It
was subsequently found where he said it
bad been hiddi-n, that Is, all except
Kliue's share, which has disappeared with
him. It consisted of Uve silver watches,,
live cold watches, $si. 70 in silver coin
and 413 In bills. A reward of $400 is !
offered for Kline's capture. Cook and '
Farker are both of respectable families. ;
Men Who Swindled Gullible Hoosiers,
andThen Threatened to Send;
Them to Jail.
LooANsroRT, Ixd., December 9. Dr.
A.M. Chord, a practicing physician of
this city, who was arrested Saturday for
bunko steering, was given his preliminary
hearing yesterday and bound over to tho
Circuit Court In 8500 bonds. In the trial
it was shown that the gang had had quar
ters In this city for months. Their plan
was to bleed each victim to tho extent
of 850 or ?100, by representing that
they bad counterfeit money. After
getting the victim's money they would
fail to deliver the counterfeits, puttlug
him off on various pretexts, and finally
telling him to expose them If he wanted
to go to jail with the rest of the gang. It
is estimated that thousands of dollars
were made ln this manner. Besides Dr.
Chord, a farmer named Hernothy was also
arrested and Is now ln jail. Other mem
bers of the gang have fled.
Arrested For Ineendlarism-A Capital
Spartknburo, S. C, December 9.
The arrest of Mrs. Alice Vance, tho wifo
of a respectable miller In this county
charged with Incendiarism, has created a
sensation hero. Several mysterious fires
have taken place within tho last few
weeks, tho most notable being tho burn
ing of tho gin house of Colonel
llammett on the Faodet River ln October
last. It Is claimed tho evidence is clear
and convicting. Mrs. Vanco is a woman
of violent temper. The uelghbors now
allege that she was a party Iu other fires.
Incendiarism Is a capital offense In South
Arraigned for Burning the State Peni
tentiary. jK.ri'KitKov City, Mo., December 9.
The case of the Stale against Ferry Mar
tin, one of the convicts who, It Is charged,
assisted J. B. Johnson ln burning tho
Fenlletitlary, February 20, 1883, was ar
raigned ln court this morning, and en
tered a plea of not guilty. Ho was as
signed counsel nnd tho trial commenced.
It Is not likely that a verdict will bo ren
dered before night. Martin was sent
here about three years ago from Harry
County on a ten years' senleiico for high
way rubbery. ,
Froitrht Train Wrecked.
riTTsiii'MOii, Fa., December 9. At ono
o'clock this morning a dostruotlvo freight
wreck occurred ul Loctsilalo, a station
about fifteen ml ins from this city on tho
mvsUirgh, Port Wayne & Chicago Rail-
pmy, A WMt-bowiil freight tnrtu wan
tracks. A flagman who was sent to stop
the approaching cast-bound freight,
failed to do so, aud the train crashed Into
cars on the main Hack, wrecking tho en
gine and cleveu freight curs with their
Nicholas Long, engineer of the east
bound train, had an anil fractured aud
was budly bruised about tho head.
Through passenger trains are being sent
via tho i'an-IIaudle, while local trains
transfer passengers. The track will be
cleared by this evening. All trains !.ro
running regularly. The loss will amount
to several thousand dollars.
The Wild Weit 'Neath the Wild Wave.
ViCKsncno, Miss., December 9. Tho
steamboats Captain Miller and W. V.
Thompson collided last ulght about sev
enty miles below here, and the Thomp
son was sunk. The damage to tho Cap
tain Miller amounts to about $10,000,
and the Thompson to about 12,000. Tho
Thompson bad Jon board Buffalo Bill's
"Wild West" combination with all of
their fixtures aud stock. Tho steamer
was beached before fehe sank and no
lives were lost.
Fatal Accident Canted by a Wild Train.
Cairo, III., December 9. A wild train
on the Illinois Central Koad, coming
south this morning, broke In two on tho
hill near Dongola. Tho rear part ran Into
tho forward part of the train, demolish
ing several freight cars aud killing a
brakeman named Dougherty, whose head
was severed from his body. 'o others
are reported hurt.
For False Imprisonment.
Omaha, Neb., December 9. J. W.
Fatten, arrested a few days ago on sus
picion of being Fusey, the defaulting
clerk of the Kansas Feniteutlary, has had
the City Marshal and three policemen ar
rested for false imprisonment.
A One-Armed Letter-Carrier Robbed.
Omaha, Neb., December 9. Letter
Carrier MuCabe, of Council Bluffs, was
attacked Sunday night by two men, who
robbedhim of 8111. McCabe has butoue
arm; they tied this to his leg In such a
way that he could not move. They then
ran away. McCabe shouted for help, and
was soon released.
Fire at Decatur, Texas.
Dallas, Tex., December 9. A re
port reached he at midnight that a fire
was raging at Decatur, the county seat
of Wise County. All tho south side of
the square had been destroyed, aud tho
flames w ere uot yet under control.
Drowned in a Cistern.
Indianapolis, Ixd., Dccemher 9.
Llizabcth Gelsendorf, mother of a large
and well-knowu family, committed sui
cide by drowning iu a cistern this morn
ing. Mental depression was the cause.
Will Not Prove Fatal.
Chicago, III., December 9. Donald
Harold, the young actor who was dan
gerously injured while attempting to get
off a Mieaioau Central train Sunday, was
reported to have recovered conscious
ness yesterday, and It is now thought
that his Injuries will not prove fatal, 'in
stead of f lactured skull, tie received & se
vere shock and a bad scalp wouud.
A Good Mouth for Quail.
Chicago, III., December J. Yester
day, at a West Side museum, James Mc
Donnell, of Indiana, the so-called
champion quail-eater, began the feat of
eating thirty quails in thirty consecutive
days. His repast was watched by many.
He Is confident that he can accomplish
the task be bus set before himself, as he
has succeeded in doing so before.
Ross Defeats Cannon.
San Francisco, Cal., December 9.
Duncan C Ross defeated Tom Cannon
last night In the California theater ln a
mixed wrestling match, Gra:co-Roman,
catch-as-catch-can, side holds, (two
bouts) and collar and elbow. Ross wou
three falls and Cauuon two. The match
was for 8500 a side.
Washington, D. C, December 9. On
motion of Senator Hale, the Senate took
up the naval appropriation bill, and In
sisted upon Its amendments to the bill at
the last session. Tho Chair was accord
ingly requested to appoint new con
ferees. Senator Slater attempted to call up bis
bill to forfeit certain lands granted In aid
of the construction of railroads In Ore
gon. Senator Harrison objected, as It would
Interfero with his motion to admit South
ern Dakota Into tho Union of States.
The yeas aud nays were called, and by
a strict party vote of twenty-nine yeas
and thirty nays tho Senate refused to tako
up the bill.
The yeas and nays wero then called on
the question of taking up tho bill admitting
ouuuiliu isa&uiB mio me union, iiio
Senate agreed to couslder the bill ; yeas,
34; nays, 25. Tho bill being now for
mally beforo tho Senate, tho routine busi
ness on the calendar was proceeded with
till two o'clock.
The Houso bill declaring forfeited tho
lauds granted to tho Texas Faclllc Rail
way was made tho special order for Tues
day next at two o'clock, aud a joint reso
lution proposlug an amendment to tho
Constitution In relation to tho veto power
was mado tho special order for tho day
Tho Senato passed to tho consideration
of the lottery bill, authorizing the Fost-master-General
to prohibit the delivery of
registered letters and the payment of
money orders relating to lotteries,
whether tho same bo fraudulent or uot.
Senator Hoar wm In favor of tho
proposed bill, but doubted tho propriety
of tho remedy proposed. Legal objections
wero suggested by Senator Morgan, who
regarded tho bill as entirely too broad.
The bill passed,
Mr. Hewitt (of New York) presented a
'petition from tlu Chamber of Commei'co
of the City of Now Yoak, urging proper
measures for tho defense ol tiio harbor of
On demand for tho regular order by
Mr. Reagan, the lutcr-SUtu commorco
bill came up ns unmitahcci boslness.
Mr. JjurnNdnlQ (of ,rtlsn.) addi-cssnd the
nouno, urgp.ua me necessity lor somi
measure wgulallnit !ntr-8Ut.o traffic) by
ullroacte, aaui tkfendug iMtartfcitoii
An Awful Picturo of Distress and
Buffonnrr In tho Hockingr
Starving Mine-re, Eagird Wives anSfBar
footed Children Shivering on the
Bleak, Barren HillbiJes,
Under Bayonet Ru'e-A System By Which
Those Who Work Are Sw ndled Out
of Their Starvation Wages.
Cleveland, 0., December 9. A corrc
spondent at Nelsonvllle sends a distress,
ing story of the scenes witnessed in the
vicinity of Murray. City. Ho writes: "To
day I made a trip through Buchtel and
Orblston to .Murray City. All through
the valley, In their huts, hugging the
bleak barren hillside, could bo seen the
starving miners aud their families. Some
were mining coal for their own uso In
little entries where coal cropped out.
At other places barefooted, ragged
children were raking over tho slag-hill
for refuse coal. Tho women seem even
more determined than tho men to resist
the operators. One woman, with scarce
ly enough clothing to cover her, said : 'I
will go out aftd lie down on tho bank of
the creek and
DIE WITH MY BABY
In my arms before I will allow my hus
band to work for fifty cents a ton!
At tho foot of the bill, as one drives
down Into Buchtel, Is the mammoth Aoro
of the syndicate, the doors guarded by
uniformed sentries armed with repeating
rifles and revolvers. There are tlfty of
the guards In thel.ittle hamlet of Buchtel
alone. At tho entrance to the mines and
on the surrounding hill tops and In com
manding positions on the slag piles, forts
have beeu built. Three or four men In
each could repel the attack of hundreds.
They were just fluishing and equipping
the strongest fort to-day. v
arc quartered In the large hall over tho
store. The store is a large concern, sup
plying the necessaries of life In exchange
for the checks that are given iu payment
of wages. These checks are good at tho
company store only where goods are from
five to twenty per cent, higher than at
She Scores a Long One at the New
St. Louis, Mo., December 9. "While
the rest of tho New Orleans Exposition Is
several weeks behind timo," said Mexi
can Consul Cahlll to-day, "the exhibit of
Mexico Is complete and Is a magnificent
one, occupying nearly one hundred acres
and employing two hundred men to guard
aud attend to it. The military baud' from
the City cf Mexico, seventy-live pieces,
which is said to be the finest lu tho world,
I present and will be the chief musical
attraction of the Exposition doubtless.
Fresldent Diaz, with all tho labor of a
new administration upon him, will not bo
able to be present, but has sent Rev. En
fi fit clo as his representative from the
Mexican capital. I think the influence of
the Exposition npon the already amicable
relations between these two countries
will be very great and trade generally
will feel it.''
'How Is the trade of St. Louis with
Mexico at present?"
"Getting better all the time, and tho
Mexicans are beginning to reciprocate by
sending samples of their native manufac
tures to the M. Louis market. I am con
fident from trustworthy assurances I
have had, that the Mexican treaty will be
passed after the holidays, and Its success
will produce a geueral boom in Inter
national trade. Tho treaty ad
mits 179 articles of American,
aud principally Western manufacture,
into Mexico duty free, and In return ad
mits tobacco and sugar Into tho United
States. The tobacco will hurt Cuban im
ports, but will uot harm American manu
facturers, aud as for tho sugar, Mexico
does not raise enough of that to Import any
quantity hero, though Louisiana planters, 1
icanug us competition wun moir pro
ducts, killed the treaty last year.
THE SCALl'KiW T'UR V.
They Continue the Rates War After
Peace Has Boen Patched Up Be
tween the Companies.
train ii..ir .t. , i . T
train tickets aro to-day being sold by
nKeuiaoi mo irunK lines. New Orleans i
tickets aro becoming a largo factor ln tho
sales of tho "scalpers.' Agents of tho
lines ln Interest demand that round
trip tickets bo signed at tho sale, aud
iir-.iln ... Vn... ftl I. .
uiiu4u an iuyt vi leans, nut MO SCIUpeM
aro provided with facilities that enable
them to sell tickets ono way at 820, while
tho fixed rates at the olllcesof the lines
is 8J1. ino rates to points west of Chi
cago are said to havo been restored, auo
"WANIKD IN CIUCAUO.
Mike Coleman Getting Into Very Hot
Chicaoo, III,, December D.-Mlka
Coleman, the Bridgeport desperado, who
Is now custody ln t. Louis, charged with
robbing tho City Clerk's ofllce at Fast St.
Louis iu May last, and whose sensa
tional disclosures involved as bla ooii
federates Captain Duffy of tho Follco
Department of that city, together with
one of tho aldermen and two city officials,
is wanted here on suspicion of being
tho murderer of Follco Olllcrr Tim Ma
honey, who was shot and Instantly killed
on Halstoad and Thirty-seventh streets
three years ago. Mahoney at tho time
was ln pursuit of three burglars. Colo
man was suspected at the time, and he
suddenly left tho city. A witness has ap
peared who declares ho saw Coleman Ore
tho fatal shot. This man and a delect
lvo went to St. Louis last night for tho
purpose of Identifying Coleman,
Meeting ot the Bocloty-Wlth-a-Long
Chicaoo, Ii.i, December 9.--A portion
of tho Massachusetts delegation to ths
National Convention of 0 Ulcers of Fcnal
Institutions and House of Industry and
Iltfforrnutlou, havo arrived lu the city. In
tho party froa' Mostou are John 0. Whit
tod, Superlutondout of th lionaa of
SuuumaUoa and oUmt ijutttolioflai
RtftlrtfHSl Mm, Bf-srtcfl- Ctrbw"! V.
Berry, Master of the House of Corroo.
Hon i Albert T. Whitney, l'resldent; and
F. 8. RUteen, John B. Martin and John
F. Lantry, members of tho Board ol
Directors of Fubllc Institutions.
K IVctor Bent to the 1'lague-Gtrlckon
Districts of Kentucky,' Reports.
Lkxingtox, Ky., December 9. Dr. Jo.
Carson, who was sent by the State Board
of Health to investigate the cause of mor
tality ln tho plague-stricken districts of
Keotucky, returned home yesterday. He
says a thorough cauvass of the Infected
counties persuades him that the reports
from that seotion.have beeu greatly exag
gerated. The totul number of deaths, he
thinks, will not reach above 500; and tho
pi.tguo uas ueeu much moro
disastrous in Wise County, Virginia,
than ln any of the Kentucky counties, but
Is now rapidly abating all over the Infect
ed district. Dr. Carson says further,
that ho thluksthe cause of tho plaguo will
be found in tho malarias arising from de
cayed vegetable matter, rather than In the
water, which he drank without noting the
slightest unusual effect. He will make a
scleuilUc report of his Investigation be
fore a special meeting of tho National
Board of Health.
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, December 9. The attend'
ance at Brighton Beach yesterday was not
large. Tho weather was cold and windy.
The usual five races were run off.
First Kace For beaten horses, three
quarters of a mile: Typhoon, first ; King
B., second; Adalgisa, third. Time,
3-4. Mutuals paid 7.00.
Second Kace For all ages, ono and
one-eighth miles: Frauk K., ilrst; Tuuis,
second; Centennial, third. Tlmo, 2:03
3-4. Mutuals paid 842.10.
Third Haoe For three year-olds, seven
eighths of a mile: Jim Carlisle, first; Val
ley Forge, second; Huron, third. Time,
1:39. Mutuals paid 813.35.
Fourth ltace Handicap, all. ages, one
mile: Bouncer, first; Telemachus, sec
ond; Hazard, third. Time, l;4'Jl-y. Mu
tuals paid 8U.15.
Fifth Race For beaten horses, ono and
one-eighth miles: George Singerly, first;
Faugh-a-liallagh, second; Red Fox, third.
Time, 2:00 3-4. Mutuals paid 80.45.
Weekly Clearing House Exhibit.
Boston, Mass., December 8. The fol
lowing table gives gross exchanges at the
principal clearing houses for tho week
ending December dth, aud shows increase
and decrease as com,.aicd with the cor
responding week of 1SS3:
2 I. 'J
Now Haven ,
St. Jom pll
Outside New York .
.... ID Jin.. 'M
... )', 'l
.... ' l.7!H,i.t
. ... I.M'l.sVI
Another Bank Goes Up.
New York, December 9. Opdyko L
Co., bankers, announced their suspen
sion to tho Stock Exchange just be
fore three o'clock yesterday. The mem
bers of the firm, George F. Opdyke
and Edward M. F. Miller, made a fun
eral assignment for the benefit of their
creditors to William Feet, of tho law firm
of Biistow, Feet &. Opdykc, 20 Nassau
street. Tho failure Is attributed to
losses by customers on stocks and failure
to keep up their margins. The unsecured
liabilities are from 800,000 to 8250,000,
aud it Is thought that the assets will bo
uearly equal, but being largely In real
estate, arc not Immediately convertible.
Clvlo Roform Triumphant.
WiN.sii'Eo, Man., December 9. There
Is great excitement over tho civic elec
tions yesterday. After a bitter fight, the
party In favor of reform iu municipal af
fairs elected their candidates for Mayor
and Aldermeu. Those lu favor of the
coutlutiauce of tho old regime, elected
only two AMeimen. Hamilton, tho re
torm candidate for Mayor, had 404 major-
ny. There was a great domonstraiivn
last ulght by tho friends of clvlo reform
Nkw Oulkanh, La,, December 0. Tho
Western Union Telegraph Company and
Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Hallway
Company having applied to tho Louisiana
Slate Court for a new trial In tho expro-
proprlatlou proceedings, recently decided
lu iavor ol tho Ualtlmoro & Ohio Tele
graph Company, giving that company tho
right to erect a lino of telegraph along
Morgan's Koad from New Orleans to Ver
nillllonville, 144 miles, J ml go Klcbter
denied the application.
Bugg Will Hang.
Nkw Yoiik, December 0. Tho general
term of tho Supremo Court In Brooklyn
has affirmed the sentence of death against
the negro Itugg, for tho murder of Mrs.
and Miss Maybec, In Queens County a
year ago. Hugg also committed a great
mauy other atrocious assaults lu that
vicinity about Die same lime.
Another Puotflo Railroad Completed.
Wasiiinuton, D. Cm December 0,
Tho Frosldeut has appointed W. V. Bur
liaus the General Southern Manager of
tho United Fross at Washington O. O.
Steely, Washington cotTCRoudcnt of tho
Louisville Courifr-Journal, and W. (J.
Nicholas, of Chicago, a commission to ex
amine and report upon 'H'i miles of road
recently completed on tho Hue of tho
Southern l'sclHo Kallroad ot California,
between Needles aud Mohave, Cal. Tho
completion of this piece of road furnishes
another outlet to the l'xillo boast by tit)
Atlantic and l'sclllc Koad, thus niaJug
four transcontinental lines between tho
Mlrwlsslppl and the Far I tic Coast,
A Kednotton ot Tea Ier Cent.
luinitKNCi, U. I., Doc-ember . Tb
Lotisdal Company thin morning posltd
t rwUiosiM ol lea per coat, to take ki
Thl powd- r i.eviT vnrtes. A marvel of parity,
itreiiKta nnil helisomeDis ore economical
' Imc orulnary kind, and csi. not be sold n com
pel tlim with the multl udo of low test, abort
weluht, alum o hoophate prwdrrs. Sold onlr
in cam. KUYAL BAKING PoWDtR CO.,
109 WailMieet, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. G. ary.
ilei. lie Canes,
alwa s on band.
'avse in mdi
i8 when called
Ko. 12 lith St, Cairo, 111
Manufacturer aud Dealer la
shuu.vgKti Mineral Springs Water,
ALWiVH off 11. NO,
Milwaukee beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Ccm'l
(SuccesHcr to Clias T. Newlaml and
Plumbei. Stem and Gas Fitter
t'oiuiiieii'iul Ave , bet. lentil and Ele
Dilve Well Force and Lift Tumps furnished and
ou: up. Aifetit for tho elouralod
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMF'i
hchel 1 1 u in p ever Invented. Now Uas Flttares
urilohm'. to order. O ct fixture repaired and
t-tfJohblriK promptly attended to 319-tf
1- J K. INCH,
-Manufacturer and Doalor In
8th Stri'Oi, between C'omi Ave. aud Levee.
C1I0KK BOItINO A SPECIALTY
Al.L KINDS UP A MUNITION.
i(e. u wiiHit Ai' Kina ' Keys Md.
( A IAA I) AY HKOTHEtts
CAIUO, 11 L1N0IS,
FI.Ol'U, Hit A IK AND HAN
li s:y ptian Flooring Jlills
li. hwsi faah Prle PnW for Whrat, .
Cairo v I'uducah Dally
litckft. .C" ": ,,,, -:
IIi'.NIlT K. TAVLuft, Master.
UliUHUK JOUKe, Clark. ,
avis Pvbicah forOiro lUlljr (Handera fM ' ...
rtlstl a.m., and Moand City tit p.sa. It- 4U
ntf,!om Csiro stlp.m.t MoaadCUf allpa
as o r