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130 tfclUS Com'l Ave.
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LiiU'i; tioods, Dustcvs, Notions, Ktc.
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Grand Central Store.
OiMHO. - IIA,
Mamifacturor and Dealer In
' Ul FIjJCS
tb 8trooi, between Com') Ave. -ml Levee.
U All tO Ilil-LNOM
CHOKE BORING A SPECIAL 1'V
ALL KINDS 01 AMUMTION.
Ittoi famirtd. All Hindi ul Key i Mi.df,
d Crystalized Spsc'aclas
TJiroe Hundred Punic-Strlckcn Girls
Mako a Dosporato Rush For
To Escape From the Dangors of An Im
aginary lire Two of Their Number
Trampled Almost to Death.
Miraculous Encaps of the Multitude A
Ltvol-irraded Workman's Nstve
A Brave Girl.
Nkw Vjhk, Di'cciiiIict 27. A narrow
(Ivi'-Htory brick IjiiIIiIIii' at No. 0 Hiving
ton stn-ct, In o cnpli'il by Vr. Diike, Son
& Co., limiiufactiirciK of clgiin t.es. Up
on tlur (Irst floor tin; tolmcco U niolsteu
ftl; tin; M'conil In a vast packinn room,
iiinl in tlic third, fourth and lllth .ilorh'S
the cl;:aiitt(.'N an; niailL- by about 800
girls. At three o'clock yesterday after
noon a Mcaui-heatlng pipe on the third
floor burst. One of the iilrls. hearing the
Iioise and seeing the white steam pulllug
cut, supposed that the building was on
fire. She rushed toward the door scream
ing: "(Jet out, girls."
1 UK FACTOHY IS ON MltK."
The other irirli followed her, also
Keren initio, Hnd In half a minute the trirl.s
on the fourth and llfth floors, abandon
ing their work, rushed toward the nar
row stair-case. Among the first to reach
the stairs were Hachel (loldsmith, of No.
Division street, and Annie Phillips,
of No. W. Kiahtecuth street. They
grasped the balustrade and started to de
scend, when the pressure of the fritrht
ened crowd behind made them lose their
balance. Curried off their feet by the
rush, tlie two foremost irirls tell to the
second Hour, and lay helpless, while their
s'lrb khi'.', panic-stricken companions lit
crally trampled them under foot.
Vainly Foreman Wright and clerks
from thcoilice assured the girls that there
was no danger. The uncontrollable
young women choked up tin; stairs and
tumbled over each other, tearing their
clothes in their efforts to escape, Many
of them, who had been st itiotied in the
rear of the building ran upon the little
iron balconies of the lire escapes and
reai tied the ground by the narrow lad
ders. Iiari headed and lian armial, for not
one of thein had stopped for hat orshawl,
the girls ran into the street, or grouped
themselves in the rear yard, so glad to
have escaped an Imaginary danger that
they did not regard the cold.
Kvery one left except Annie Phillips
and Hachel Goldsmith, who lay moaning
where they had fallen. They were as
saStej dow n stairs, and immediately taken
home. Both were severely bruised, and
Annie's left arm was so injured that she
will not be able to work for some time.
Rachel's injuries were mostly iu the back,
although her head is also badly hurt. She
seeineil dazed when a reporter saw her at
I can not tell jut how it happened,"
sin-said. "There was no cry of lire that
1 heard; lint I saw the other girls run
ning toward the door, and I supposed
that something terrible must be the mat
ter, and I ran. After 1 got Into the street
I heard that one of the steam pipes had
burst, and that really there had been
nothing for us to be afraid of. This is
the first dav I worked In the factory."
Several other girls were more or less
bruised, but they did not report them
selves Ui the police.
Burprisc was expressed by the neigh
bors that, considering the excitement and
the crush, no one was killed or even seri
ously Injured. The shrieks of the fright
ened girls sounded shrill through the
street, and soon a multitude blocked up
the doorway. Women were in the ma
jority, and they joined their cries to those
of their friends on the stairs, making a
din that was heard several blocks away.
The panic would have been greatly in
creased had it not been for the presence
of mind of a workman on the sidewalk.
Several men thought that a tire was really
under way, and made a dash for the tiro
alarm box. Undoubtedly the noise of
rattling engines would have completed
the panic and caused several girls to be
tramped to death. The workman stopped
the men who would have unwittingly ad
ded to the confusion.
When the first scare was over, and the
plrls who thronged the lower hallway,
street and yard were undecided whether
to flee or to return to work, the question
was settled by one brave girl, who stood
half-way down the stairs. She called to
her working sisters to return to their du
ties, aud made all effort to turn the tide
upw ards. In this she was successful, and
the panic was nipped before further In
jury was done.
lie R jbbod II a Neighbor and Slew Him
I.i:wisni'it(i, W, Va., December 27.
A dllllculty occurred yesterday neat
Frankford, Greenbrier County, W. Va.,
between Jas. Quick aud Hcubcn Mc
Keever, which resulted In the latter be
ing fatally shot by the former. Several
months ago tjulck borrowed a saddle and
bridle from McKeever nud sold them.
The men met yesterday In the public
road. McKeever dismounted from his
horse, threw his overcoat aside, and ad
vancing toward Quick, asked what ho
ought to do with him, threatening to lay
him out on the ground. Quick drew a
pWtol and llred, the ball taking effect la
Mclveevcr's stomach. Death resulted lu
half an hour.
McKeever had been drinking. Ho
leaves a wife. Quick Is a young man,
about twenty years old. He claims that
the act was committed In self-defense,
lie w as arrested. McKeever was former
ly a deputy Sheriff of Pocahontas County.
Strang's and Wicked AiBault On a
Youutr Irish Girl.
Si'ltiNC.Kiiai), 0., December 27. Last
night Mary Conney, a young Irish girl
but a few months in this country, ap
peared at thu door of lier uncle's house
with two gashes In her throat, cut In the
shape of a cross, severing the wlnd-plpc
and just missing the jugular vein. Med
ical aid was hastllv summoned, and Mm
i plrl's wounds were dressed. She tells a
"I was going up Linden avenue," she
said, "when 1 noticed two young men
walking behind, They followed mo soma
distance, and finally caught up with
uie and attempted to force a
cuDtcrsatton. Qua ol them sulJi Toq
have Honift money. Give It to us.' They
then caught hold of me, and while oue of
them held his hand over (tny mouth, tlm
other pulled a ring off my 'linger. 1 felt
something sharp pass across my throat,
and begged them not to kill me. At that
they both left aud walked rapidly away.
I knew I had been hurt and hurried
here. I could not cry out, my throat
hurt me so."
The idrl tells her story In a straight
forward manner. The police have been
unable to discover thu young men, or any
trace of them.
A CHRISTMAS ACCIIiKN'T.
One Man Klllad and Another Eudly In
jured Atciiisox, Ka.v., December 28. On
tho Central Hranch lioad Christmas morn
ing an extra freight train encountered a
broken rail near Nctawaka, and the
caboose and live cars were thrown from
the track, the caboose rollingover several
times before lauding In tho ditch. Sev
eral persons were In the last car, of whom
J. C. Stewart, a brakemau, was Instantly
killed, and James., Kelly, tliecouduclor,
badly Injured. Stewart was probably
killed by the stove falling upon him,
Kelly had his Ihlgh fractured, and re
ceived a severe cut In the bead. lie was
brought to Atchison yesterday. The
doctors pronounce his case a very seri
ous one. None of the other persons In
the train were injured.
It Killa One Man and Bauiahea Another.
CoUMiifs, Cia., December 21. Oa
Christmas day Harry Holland and Captain
Siff Moore, a former Marshal of this city,
had been drinking in a Middlebrook bar
room, when a dispute arose. Policeman
Cox entered and took Holland outside.
Captain Moor'; followed aud asked:
'Who is that?"
. "Vou know who It Is," replied Hoi
laud, "and you have been told often
enough not to speak to me."
Captain Moore replied with an epithet,
and Holland struck him. Holland drew
a pistol, but Cox stepped in aud took him
An hour later Moore returned and
found Holland talking to a man named
liisiiop, Moore said to Holland: "Vou
are the mau who struck me," aud raised
his pistol. Holland raised Ids and both
llred. Moore llred once; Holland three
or four times, and iiishop once, Cahtain
Mixire died soon afterward. Holland
crossed the river, and has not been ar
rested. He was struck on the arm,
Holland is), son of Colonel Lane Holland,
who fell in a similar brawl some years
ago. Moore has lived here all his liie.
WHISKY Al TI1K AI.TAH.
The Deadly Drui Proves the Undoing of
an Episcopal Minister.
Piiu.Aii:i.rniA, Pa., December 2s.
The recent appearance of Lev. 15. Craw
furd before the alUir of the Lpiseopal
Hospital in an intoxicated condition
bhocked the congregation, aud his resig
nation and departure from the city, were
the subject oi much talk In Kensington.
'I ho Jitetn wi-rva linlicel Up, hut the an
nouncement i.s now- iij.'kJo that Jiislmf)
Stevens has signed an ollicial document
dep sing Mr. Crawford from the min
istry. Uu the Sunday iu question, iu reading
the prayers Mr." Crawford stumbled and
stammered, and when he left the altar to
make his way to the pulpit, the Superin
tendent of the hospital hastened alter
him. The congregation waited for the
sermon, but lu vain. A few minutes
passed, and Mr. Crawford,' looking very
much agitated, came back from the
vestry aud, omitting the sermon, pro
nounced the benediction. That night he
wrote his resignation.
No Arrests .Were Made and Yet Five
Inoffensive N.iicroes Were Shot With
U.montow.v, Gv, December 27. A
war of races broke out here yesterday,
and live negroes were shot, one fatally.
The negroes were standing in the big
road talking, when a party of farmer came
up. The negroes were told they must
fight. They begged to be let alone. One of
them was dragged to the fence near by and
beaten until blood ran from his wounds.
His companions, exasperated at the sight
of the blood, ordered the white men to
stop. Almost simultaneously both par
ties began to lire at each other; several
volleys were exchanged, in which the ne
groes were worsted. The white nieu
made good their eicaic and no arrests
have been made.
The Noted Stone Will Sustained.
Huston, Mass., December 2S. lu tho
Supreme Court at Cambridge, the jury in
the noted Stone will case returned a ver
dict to tho effect that the will was
drawn up in proper shape, and
that Mrs. Stono was of sound
miud. On tho question of undue Influence
over Mrs. Stone on tho part of Kev. Dr.
Wilcox, one of tho executors the jury
disagreed, standing six to six. Tho
amount involved lu the coutestis 2,000,.
000. If the will Is sustained, the entire
estate is to be glveu to educational Insti
tutions. Mrs. Bower's Right Bower.
CiiKAC.o, Iu.., December 27. llrooks
&. Dlcksou's "La Charbonnlcre" Com
pany, headed by Mrs. flowers, has been
playing at tho Ilaverly. Last night she
refused to go on unless tho manager of
the theater guaranteed her week's salary.
This he refused to do, and a card was
placed on the door announcing the theater
closed. The company are awaiting de
velopments, and lu the ineanilme it Is an
nounced that tho Ilaverly will be closed
till to-morrow, when another company
begins an engagement.
' Contracts Awarded.
Washington, 1). C, December 27.
Tho Postinaster-General has awarded tho
contract for printed wooden tags,
metallic Libel cases and cord-fasteners
for mall bags, as follows: Tags, to W.
K. Sehree, of Washington, I). C.j label
cases, to the F.aglo Lock Company, of
Tcrryvllle, Conn.i for cord-fasteners, to
thu Smith & Kggo Manufacturing Com
pany, of Hrldgeport, Conn.
Our Coast Defonse.
Waniiinoton, D. C, December 27.
It is thought that the House Appropria
tion Committee w ill make a liberal appro
priation for tho Improvement of sea const
defenses thin year. Tho oplnlou that
several millions will bo appropriated for
tho purpose had been cjcproosed by thus
wlio an: la a position to know.
Lamontablo Accident to a rroral
' nont Youna; Now York
Surely Dying a Most Awful Death Tro'ia
Blool Poisoning Contracted While
Following H!b Profession.
A L:f For a Scratch The Dyinrj Man's
Pa niul EfTjrts to Communicate
With His Wife.
Nkw Voiik, December 27. Dr. George
II. Atkinson, one of the leading phvsl
clans of lirooklyn, was lying at the point
of dentil last night at his residence, H7
Henry street. A few weeks a:'f he
seemed to have a long lease of life before
him. lie was In his thirty-lllth year
only, and was a neta of splendid
physique, Hi; was always in buoyant
health, mid, us many of his patients ex
pressed It, his presence in the sick room
was better than riicdicinc. In ls;g he
gradua!ed from the Long Island College
Hospital, and has since piactlced iu
Jirooklvu. A few years ago he found it
necessary to employ an assistant In his
praclic , He was also engaged In sev
erable liiisincs enterprises, and of late
he lias become.
l'l(iIXi:.T IN l'! I lies
111 the Heights. A week ago Thursday,
at nn exciting primary election, he was
chosen President of the First Ward He
publican Association, beating (ieneral
lieiijainin F. Tracy, his opponent, by a
vote of four to ten. The disease fro-n
which Dr. Atkinson is suffering, and
from which there is not the slightest hope
of his recovery, is blood-poisoning, con.
traded while attending a private patient
in August last. The patient was the vic
tim of an infectious disease, und had
been for some time under Dr. Atkin
son's treatment. A painful opera
tion became necessary, and ether was ad
ministered. While the patient was under
the knife he scratched the ilrst joint of
the middle linger of the doctor's right
hand with bis nails, drawing blood. The
wound was apparently Insigniilcant, and
for some time it did not give Dr. Atkin
son anv anxiety. Soon, however, the
pain In his linger increased, and the swell
ing extended to the hand and forearm,
and about Ictober 1st he was obliged to
III sni-T TO CAitr.ru. Tiir.vrMKvr
under w hich the linger healed up. A scar
still remained on the point where the
patient's nails had entered, and the joint
itself was red and sunken. No subse
quent biul o (Ted were apprehended from
the injury by cither the doctor himself or
other physicians, whom he had consulted,
and he supposed that the poison had been
eradicated from his svstem. Toward the
end of November, however, he began to
suffer from racking headaches on the left
slrt of hi head, and n heaviness nnd
dullness, the verv opposite of his natural
ly lively ifNfHiKMfon. He wis itlso troubled
with Insomnia and had to resort to nar
cotics. He found It more and more dif
ficult ti attend to his numerous patients,
the most of whom he handed over to Dr.
Pearce, his assistant. About two weeks
K.ITKI IS or Till: polsiix
became more manifest. Iu stepping off
acar, Dr. Atkinson fuiMid that there was
some trouble In his riniit leg, and with
dilliciilty he walked fro-.i Fulton street to
his (dlice, ait's Pinc'ipp'o street, about a
block distant. Dav by day the dllllculty
extended, but, until yesterday week, he
spent several hours at his ofllee, lb;
made his last call at seven o'clock in the
aftc noon. It required the services nf
Dr. : earce and a friend to help him on
with his overcoat, his right arm,
his right side and his right leg
having become araly.ed. Ills voice
was tremulous and his mind was wanderb
lug. He was assisted to his home, Next
morning he could move his left arm only,
and on Wednesday his tongue became,
paralyzed and power of speech was gone,
Prof. Armour, Doctors McCorkle, West,
Lew Is and Pearce, the attendant physU
clans, called on Prof. Kccs, a specialist
of liellevue Hospital, who expressed an
opinion that Dr. Atkinson would recover.
One or more physicians remained at his
bedside day and night, but lu spite of most
careful treatment the patient grew worse
llol'i: WAS AllANDliM'.l).
During his intervals of consciousness, ho
communicated with his wile by signals,
such as niovlnghis eyelids or opening and
closing his left hand, which lie could vet
do. Occasionally he would make an effort
to speak, but hi' could utter nothing in
telligible. Dr. Pearce said last night that
the patient's pulse had reached l.V), ami
that the end was not far oil. The case,
he added, was considered one ol llio
most remarkable that had come to the
knowledge of the attendant physicians,
as the poison was not expected "to reach
tho brain for a year or more. There w as
one case of a similar kind mentioned In
the books, lu addition to his regular
duties Dr. Atkinson was one of the visit
ing physicians at the Long Island Col
lege Hospital, and the lecturer on
surgery and genital diseases. io had
two children, but both died young.
WHO M A L V. VI. T A MINATOIH
A Follow From the B.ick Woods Who
Was Full of llumj.il Nature.
Wasiiinui'on, D. C, December 2s.
Senator Vest Is a great story feller. Tin
and Wade Hampton sit next each oilier
iu tho Senate, and It is a cold day when
oue of them forgets to tell a good story
about somebody or something. Hero Is
the latest, which ho told Tuesday after ho
made his little speech ahout slim"
speeches lu the Congressional Keo
ord, about a Missouri constituent
who always wanted to go wlih
the crowd. Ills iiamu was Adklus,
and he was a member of Ihe Missouri
Legislature when Vest, was there as a
candidate for tho Senate, Theru were
several candidates, the light was clone
aud each aspirant was drumming up all
the voles ho could tmisier. Adklus uai
as good a specimen as ever came out of
the backwoods of Missouri or any other
State. Ho had slipped Into the Legisla
ture on the Grecnhiick ticket, ami It was
a matter of doubt whether he would voiu
with thu Republicans or Democrats, Mr,
Vest, with a friend, called on Adklus to
And out how he would Vole.
"Well, gentlemen," he replied, "I dunno
much 'bout this here kind o' business, but
I suppose I'll (to the way tho crowd goc,
It tie crowd C'K's with the (rahtikki I'm
a publlkln. Now, gentlemen, which way'll
the crowd go."
i if course Mr. Vest was quick to as
sure the member that tho "crowd"
would go with the Democrats. Then he
explained at. leugih his own candidacy,
and said that he Imped Mr, Adklus
would go into t!ie caucus and voto for
"Well," said Adklus, "if vou say tho
crowd goes Into the caucus I'll go, too
l iii with the crowd."
Lelng pressed to pledge his voto for
Vest, he replied: "(Hi, 'taint necessary
to promise nutliiu . toil say the crowds
gwlne that way anvhow, and I'm with tho
Vest savs he thinks Adklus "went with
the crowd" that elected him.
AKI'.r.sTKi) IN MII.WAUKKE.
Tho Eloplnir Couple From St. Lonls
Ruu to Covor.
St. LitTs, Mo,, December 2'.'. Salone
Pitzernnd I'rankle o'liannuti, the young
couple whose misdeeds were published In
yesterday's dispatches, were arrested iu
Milwaukee, Wis., hist night, on a tele
gram from Chlff llarrlgan. The detect
ives found Pil.er .at the South Side llo
t I, an I took him to the station. Jle de
nied enticing the girl from her home, and
said that he did uoi leave St. Louis until
several weeks after her departure, und
that he had loliowed her lo endeavor to
persuade her to return home, but that
siie I'elllsed to ilrlell to hilll, a.S sllO WilS
bi tit on leading a gay life.
FranUle was found in a disreputable
establishment on Kiwr street, she said
she was only seventeen years of age, but
remarked exultingiy that Sunday would
be h' r eighteenth birthday, when being of
age she could do as she pleased. IbT
story Is trial her parents disagreed and
separated. She lived with her mother
until Ihe fall of Issj, but they did not
agree, and having an offer of marriage
from John Weis, assistant cashier of the
Workiir.'iiien's Ihmk, Fast St. Louis, she
accepted und ran nvNay to Chicago.
She returned with her husband and
lived with him until August last, when,
owing to his dissolute ha'dts, she left
him. She returned to her home, but was
so persecuted by her mother that she
could Hot lie W illi hel'. Although possess
ing a good mu -deal education, she thought
it a disgrace to be compelled to initke her
own living in ii circle where she had al
wavs been a ladv. Her grandfalhi r, who
died recently at l.lichli, Id, 111., left
her i-s.ooo, which she is to in
herit when tW'e tllY-oll" years of age.
She had made up her mind to
leave home, aud Pit.er furnished her
with the money. lie wanted her to go to
New Orleans with him but she was tired
of h.ni aud wanted to go to hieago. At
the latter place sh entered a house kept
by Carrie Waisoii. Meeting a St. Louis
man ill 're one iii'.ht she w:u afraid she
would be discovered, so she left, there
and went to the house In Milwaukee,
w here she was arrested. She expressed
her determination to return to Milwaukee,
when released. Pit.cr was released from
custody later and will return tolas father.
The girl will he held until the arrival of
uu oltlcer Iroiu St. louls.
Fifteen Business Houses Burned.
C'l.AltKsvru.K, 'J'l.V., December 2i'.
Firo wuh discovered . ye sterday 111 the
frame store occupied ny an auctioneer,
which communicated with a Ijolulng
buildings, and before it could be con
trolled It resulted iu the loss of llfteeu
business houses, all frame structures.
W. A. Shaw loses 2,i"i; L. .1. Patlon,
dry goods aud groceries, i$l2,0ii(j; W. 11.
Ca'llcc, j,,1ini; L, II. Goldberg, drugs,
K...IMM; Antensell & GlddillgS, $15,000;
S. P. Allison, hardware, Jjii.uini; Mrs.
Murray, $2, ); Sam Stelnley, dry goods,
?lo, oiiii. ( ulier minor losses nuke the
aggregate $ri5,ii.ii); insurance, about one
half. ti:ij:(;ijaiiic mti:vi tiks.
There are rumors of another com cor
ner at Chicago.
Thus, Van Valln diei
at Syracuse In his
A number ot business houses at Alma,
Ark., were destroyed by lire.
Fire at Clarks Hie, Tex., destroyed a
number ot business, establishments,
Wall Henry, a saloon-keeper of Akron,
()., was arrested on a charge of wife mur
der. lih'.dstouc will sue ,Vf, ,S',V;,e'u'. ,V.
r.'i !' because of its cartoon retlecling on
The shoemakers' lockout at Philadel
phia ended, in iuy uf tin men reluming to
CIims. Francis Adams, Jr., denies that
the I'nioii I'aciik Poad is lu distress for
The stock exhibit at New Orleans
promises to be one of tho greatest the
world ever saw.
Joe Iloblson was accidentally shot near
LnMoiiie, Mo,, while out with a parly of
Hall.cr Gehr, a resident of Crawford
County, Pa., for eighty-four years, died iu
his mitli year.
James Collins, Ticket Hgenl of the Pan
Handle Houd at Cadi. Junction, disap
peared with 110,000.
Itii'sla will transfer her naval head
quarters Initio lllack Sea to Sebastopol.
'1 he cost will be 417,11110,11110,
Senator Wade Hampton lias written a
letter to a New Vork paper lu reference
to the race quest ion lu the South,
Spain Is willing to have the proposed
treaty with America modllled, but would
like lo have sugars admitted free,
The steamer Vint Shlukle burned below
Cairo, She was owned by the Cincinnati
d Memphis line, and was sallied at $ ',
Fred, li.nlnbrock, of Dayton, O.,
brooded over llnanclal troubles, aud then
killed himself. lie leaves a wile and
The Sultan of Morocco claims mivrr"
elgnty over Timbucloo, Hiid desires to
annex lo ills dominions the coast coun
try south of Morocco.
Jim Murray, a colored man of Mexico,
Mo,, and said to have reached the ad
vanced age of lol years, drank loo much
and was fro.cti to death,
Pandits Milered the house of a Catholic
jirlcst In (lallcla for plllugn, Failing to
get money they lied the priest In a heap
of straw and burned him to death.
David M"lluu!s, a sixteen year-old
hoy, shot, and killed Jerome tiny at
lturgln, Kv. The light was forced on
McGiuuls by the victim and his brother,
Mrs. Downs, the wife of thu lAiug Is
land Congregational minister, whoelopeo
with Deacon Torry, has rdn rued to he.
father's house IbT husband a.M filed I
This poivib r never Turk's. A msrvel of pt-'ritjr,
i:eneiii nnil ln lesomi'UeKi ft'ore economics!
Himii orullmry Mud", una cannot be sold in com
pel tii.it with the multl ud of low tett, laort
wclKlit, slum o lioMihnte pewdfM. Sold only
iu caus. ItuYAL HAKI Mil'' WIU CO ,
loo W ail St; eft, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. 0. Cary.
always on baud.
Hoarse iu readi
ness when called
No. 12 (ith St., Cairo, 111
( '.mission Merchants,
PLUVR, (JBAL AM HAV
fcC)tian Flouring Mills
ii-ift Cash Fciee Paid for Wheat.
LOU ISO. HERBERT,
ISticcesscr to Chits- T. Newlantl and
Plunk Steam and Gas Fitter
CoiiunoiciiU Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
U.lvo Well Furce and Lift Pumps furnlsa 'd and
nut up. At;i!Ut lor thu Celebrated
"IHJCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
he best ai in p ever invented. Now ()a Fixtures
iirrllu'it to order. U,d fixtures repaired and
t tf-J'ihiilni: promptly attended to 31V t
J ex ijy IIasexjaege If,
.Miitiufttcturor and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON UANU.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles,
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW VOUK STOKE,
WJIOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
Hit Lju'tfjiit Variety Stock
in 'run: city.
GOODS SOU) VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Noi'!tooniHMre)tl p,,., , Ill
llio Tabular Cairo & 1'uducah Daily
tlKNItY K. TAYLOH, MaUr.
UtiOiCt.K JUUKa, Clerk.
Itv. P idnculi forCilru dully (Sandayi txeapt
id) al s a. in., and Mound Cltr at 1 p. m. Hotirt
OK.loan'i Cano aH p.m. ; Mound City atl y.s.
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