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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1873
W raH dafctwlbera et rfcrlr
lac Mlr prs rtcnliirlr to re-port
ffca toft M tula . rllnar erseii
Mir r rti
BwMliBtf matter on every age.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
1M MUa the Nkorteat Itnntc
glghtt- MUlaa Ik Bborteat Hoale
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CABS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CfflOAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
CtaelanaU, i-llanapolle, Tolem,
ZMtroil, Cleveland, Niagara Kills
ufleJo, PHUbutg, Washington.
Baltimore, PhlladeIatila, New fork,
Boston ud all point east,
atllwaukle, Janattille, Madls.n,
Lacrosse, St. Pal and all points north.
Ibis Is also the onlj dlnct rent to
Decalar, Bloomhijrton, fipnngeld,
eerie, Quincr, Keokuk,
Burlington, Rook Island, I, Petle,
fendou, Inxoa, sreeport,
Galena, Dubuque, Mom City,
Oatha and All points northweet.
Eles-tni Drawing Room Bleopine; Car
On all Night Trains.
Baggage) Cheeked 10 all Important point.
Foe tlckeo and Information, apply to I. C, IUR
depot at alroi on board tne transit atesraer be.
iihu Oolumbu and Cairo, tad at tbe prlnclre,
railroad ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON. tB'IPaa. An t. Chleso.
A. MirtmiLL, Gen'I.Hop'f. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANOK OK TIME.
Passenger trains on tlio lMnol Central
change time to-day. Krom AVail alter 2:40
p. m. to-day train will nin an lollow :
Kxprtas, daily . . 2:40 a.m.
Mall, except Sunday ... .2:40 p.m.
Kxpresa, .. 2:10
Mall, daily except Sunday .. .1:;;o
RAILKOAD T1S1K TABLE.
OAIHO. AHKASSA-S AND TEXAS II. It.
On and alter Monday, Aug.., uk:),, train
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Greenfield's landing and Riddles, Ml"0Url.
an lollaws : ,
Leave Greenfield'! at 0:0.') p.m.
Arrive atuoxter si iu:tu a. in
Arrlro at Kiddles at 11:20 a. in
Leave Riddles at 1:20 Kin.
Arrive at Dexter at 1:12 p.m.
Arrive aiitreennciui at , . o:ou s.m
Leave Ureentleld'a at :4D a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at ..10:50 a. in
Leave Charleston at 3:30 a.m.
Arrive at GreenflcM' at U:20 a.m.
THK CAIRO AND VINCENNES
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlagra Fall,
Buffalo, Pittsburg, Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York.
Boston and all Eastern Point.
CHANGE Of TIME.
On and after Tuesday, July 1, is;.", trains
will run a. follow :
Going north leavei Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
Uolng south arrives at Cairo at.... li:V) p.m.
MOUND CITT ACCOMMODATION.
Le, Cairo at 7:00 a.m., ll&'ia.in. and C:00p.m.
Ar. Cairo atS:00 a.m., Ir25 p.m. and S:00 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln-
n ....... - . ,on n n. m..h . 1 1 ...... . .,...,
lion at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis and
Vincennea railroad tor Indianapolis, tlio
great railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing ui an Hours, lor nil
uolnts In tho united States and Canada. At
l2tw p.m. with the KvamvlIJi ami Craw,
t idsville railroad, for Terra Haute, India
napolis, Chicago, Dantlllo and nil points
north, via the Terra Ilaiito, -VuiMlllu and
Cblcogo railroad, and eat via tho Vundnlia
line, and Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad.
At l.-M p m. with the Ohio and Mississippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
points east, via Cincinnati,
Passengers going by thl routn are placed
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Loulbvlllc, New
Vork, Boston, 1'hlladPlphta, llaltlmore,
Washington, and all u.ixtern point, twohe
hours In advance of any other route.
Exprewi train m ikes connection at Eldo
rado with SU Louia and Southeastern rail
way, tor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
Shawneetown, and all points between Eldo
rado and St. Louis.
At Norris City makes clofo connection
Tor Sprincfleld, Itock Island, anl all point
on Springdeldand Illinois Southcuetcrn rail
way and connection.
At Carml with St. LouK Evansvillo, Hen
derson and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
Varnon (Indiana), Kvamvlllfl, HcuderMin
(Kentucky), Nashvtlllo (Tennecsee), and nil
points on at. L., E., U. and N. railway und
llaKgaf e checked to all important points.
tSaTFor tickets and Information apply at
the ticket office, corner Seventh street and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
Jxo. Lxi, Sup't. Cha!. O, Wood,
Gen. I'aii'r Knd Ticket Au't
B. F. Uuknsiiie. Asent. Cairo.
WHITE COLLAR V LAN ING MILL
a WAIjTKBH, Hrirlelor,
HARD and SOFT LDMBKR
LATH, SUINOIiES, CEDAR POHTl?
DOOR8, SASH, BLINDS
furnlid.d on sborvt.t
Oommarcial iTenu, Utween Tenth and
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
ritKRii fa i.i. N'rri.Ksv.
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swauders,)
announce! that sho has Just openit a large
assortment ol the
Millinery Goods to be found In the market.
Mb will keep on hand
Uatb, Bowsers, Flowers, Riudomb,
Daest Tmmiiinos. ov AllKindh,
liABlia Fuknimhinu Goous, Notions,
Collam, U.SDtRsLxr.v-ts, Rurr-i,
Aud all goods found In millinery stores, all
oi which will he disposed oi at the lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of the pataonaga which
liu been to liberally bestsowed upon her by
the ladles of Cairo and the vicinity.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
0"WID-tNOaV-oorBrUiih and Walaut sts,
tVcXace eeraar Witt iti-tot aad Ohio Usee.
CHU boars from a.tn, tp It m., id ep.ra
HiMoviD.Or. Dunning hat removed
bit residence temporarily to the second
cottago eait of Scheel's hall, on Ninth
A book on private dliotutii (for both
texci) and descriptive circular for married
women. Sent sealed for Un cents. Ad
dress, Dr. Stone, 112 W. Madison street
Chicago, 111. MO-d-end-m
I'bil. II. Saup receivot ripe, lusciou
grapea every morning, frosb from the
tineyard. Ho olrs them for sale at
wholesale or letail, 102 Commercial
avenue. 1 l-S-tf
i!0AMio Mrs. Vanderventer, Tenth
street between Washington and Wnlnut,
it prepared to accommodate a few more
day-boarders, alio hoarding nnd lodging
for a limited number. References given
and required. Sept. o-ltn.
Notics Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods told to any of the em
ployes of Tnit Cairo Hcllktik, either
or themiAlvei or lor the use of tho ollico
unless the same are furnished on an order
llcnod bv Mr. Burnett or myself.
llMIO-ly Jon H. Oheri.t.
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, reecho board at
the rate of 30 per month. MO.tf
Fine white; single and double X amber
single and double X Canary, best quality o(
manllh, blue letter, etc., etc. M,0o0 for
ale, printed at $.1 .V to 6 .V) per thousand,
at the lll'U.ETI.V OFFICK.
Tho Delta Social club roomn, suitable
for office, Urst tloor, south tidoof Tuk
IIct.LKTIN Imlldirit;. Er.nulre at thlt of-
Or nxebango for Cairo city property. Tbu
rooory store at the corner of Sixth street
and Washington avenur. Tho establish
ment is doing a good and pnytng business,
nn. -nUV Vin dlsrioitd of at a bargain.
Ue&tons for wishing to sell out satisfacto
rily explained to any ooo wishing to pur
chase. For further particulars Inquire on
the promises. 8-20tf
.MR. MAX IIUJjLKK,
COMPETENT PIANO TL'NEl. AND
Hat locatcni In the city. Contacts mado
for tuning pianos by tho year, or other
wise, to suit the owner. pArtios desiring
to purchase oroxchange pianos would do
well to call on Mr. Max Roller before ne
gotiating. Second hand pianos for tale or
reit. Orders may Jhe left at Paul G.
Schuh't drug store, Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. Max Roller.
rsc )r.'Hnry'a,World'a Tonlr nnd,
It Is the gTeat household remedy, pleasant to
Mir, yet potest for the prevention and cure of
dl.eniM, It Ii better than Bitters, Cordial,
UucbuorStrtaparilla. Sold by Druggists
Dr. Henry' Boot and Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping en
tirely vexttable rreat liver remedy, rrlce Si
tents, Poldby Druggists.
Mr. Whltcomba Hjrnp.
Tli great soothing remedy. Price ou'.j 25
cent. Glees rest to the mother and health to
Ibe child Poldby Druggists.
Intl-e-tlia Work, KmUtgwi Kditfon, New
CngraTisgs, Two-hundred and slxtr rg,
Price SO oeots. Address Dr. Bctts' Diariit-
tsar, It North Eighth Street, St. LouK, Mo.
OA I HOA NDPADUt-'A H
HI All. HO AT.
ftii splendid .tesmer
Dick Fowlkk, Unptnln
Lcavot Cairn DAILY, (-iunday exceptud) at
1 p. in For trelghl or passage apply on boat
Or UJ .IAS. tlALI.OUY, A't.
COFFEY, HARRISON Jk CO.,
(Succci'Ois to I). Hurd A Son.)
KI.IIIIU,JUAI. AMI HAT,
VANILld. LEKOX, ETO
.'or Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pastry.
Vilh tprat care, by a new procc sb, we
txtraa from tho trut, nclcct Fruffs and
Aropatics, each characteristio tlavor, and'
produce Flacoringt of rare tzceUence.
Of grtat strength and perfect purity.
Aopoi lonoui otlt. Every furor as rep
resented. Ao ittceiteath bottle full
iture, holding one-half more than
others purporting to hold same quant it;.
mojf delicate, delicious flavors eternal'.
for fTOr i1,c m "tracts. Ask
. STEELE 4 PHI0B.
Vmvf attorn, of J)r. Price: Vrem
AND ITS CURR.
Victims of this awful diseaic are found In
In every neighborhood, In alino.t cery
For them and for their friends, we have
tidings ol goo.l cheer and hope the an
nouncement of i most Important discovery,
firmly based upon comuiua sene and reu
son, by which the terrible malady Is pol
lively controlled, and it lctlms are perma
nently rctored to health.
CARHOLATEH COD LIVER OIL
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum. It l a
happy combination or two remedies know n
to physicians everywhere as the best means
ol combating constimnt on. This combina
tion Is Mr. Wlllson'. illscc 'cry and i
founded upon the following
SOUND REASONING :
Consumption is decay. Soothln?. expect
orant remedies are only uelul as palliative.,
they do not reach the cause Ihey do not top
the decay. Tonic medicines strengthen the
III lorces nnd prolong the battle, but the
decay goes steadily on, and sooner or later
the victim mii-t yield. Climatic changes : ri
cometimc! good, but they seldom wholly
cure. In short, the Uret thing to bo done Is
to sioi'THK tir.CAY ; then apply the restora
tive, tonic and ttroiiuth giving treatment
Think a moment. '1 he lungs are decaying
tubercles, ulceration', cavities and depos
itation carrle this poison all over the bedr.
Wting, los nf appetite, enervation, night
weal", ami all the terrible symptoms ap
pear; 1 it wnrth while to doctor tho symp
tom, which arc merely the nult.., while
the decay, which Is !h caue, l eating up
the life epritig.J
These two thins arc wed known by the
1. Catholic acid joitlvely nrret decay.
It l the mot powerful antheptic in the
known world. Even dead bodies ate pre
served by it. Entering into tho circulation
It at om-e grapple with corruption, anil
decay cease. It purities tho source of dis
ease. 2. Cod Liver Oil Is nature' bet astidant
In rel'tlnL' con-umntlon. It is at once a
lood. n tonic, n tuiriiier, k healer. It braces
tin and sunnlle tho vital forces, feeds the
watted svstcui. anil enables uatuic to recall!
her looiiinld, Kor tliee purpose nothing
ran i'uiiiimii: nun oon teller Ull. 1 111' tnc
I CAHI10LATKU COD LIVER OIL
A described iullvln the Inventor's circular,
I which will be mulled, upon application, to
1 anv address.
to'c; cannot afford pace to tell the whole
story here, or to give the numerou certifi
cate" Irom eminent physicians and well
Known citizen, testifying to the abolutely
wonderful results flowing from thH great
discover). Sufilce It to 'ay.lt i curing thou
sands who supposed them'elve to be at
WIIon' Carbolatcd Oil I scientifically
prepared with tbo purct carbolic acid, so
combined as to be entirely hariulei. with
Swkkt Norweoia.n Con Livur. Oil
From the celebrated Ilihcrle at Aaletund
(Norway), pronounced by
most delicate, eHlclcnt coJ liver oil
It Is easily taken, tolerated by the weakest
stomachs, digests readily, never becomes
rancid, nnd is altno't entirely Iree from the
usual dNiigrccu je characteristics of rod
For every ueof cod liver oilMr.WIIlson's
discovery i ol the greatest value.
For the safe internal adml'istratlon of
carbolic acid Mr. WIlIon' met'iod of com
bining It with cod liver oil Is absolutely nee
CARHOLATED COD LIVER OIL
1. n specitiu and radical cure for
G O 3ST S U IP TIO 2ST
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
Remember the name, "Wilson's Carbo
latcd Cod Liver Oil." It conies in large
wedge-shaped bottli-, bearing tho inven
tor's slgnatuif, and iv sold hy tho best drug
gluts. Prepared by .1.11. WIIl.on,S:i.Iohn St., N V
SOLI) I1Y AM. DRUOOI.STl.
Ricti akii-o.v it Co., St. Louis, f, "Wholutalij
UuRLHUTit El)HALL,Chicago. J Agents.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LlQALIEaT- HT 8TATX AUTUOBITT AKll
Dkawn in Puiilio ik Sr. Loots.
Grand Single Nutnbor Schetno.
Clsss I ro'Hi Drawn SetHmnbir 30, 1873
0,880 Prizes, Amounting to J300.000.
Tiokota, f5: Quarter
Tickets, ?2 60.
Our lotteri r ehsrtem't by tb t HUte. ro
lwy4 iirann st the time nmel, mi sll draw
ings are un-lr th mi'rsUiou f norntoni.
The official drip, will b piilillehed in lh
Pt. Louis psper. and oopj of dnwms .Hot to
.ureh.rn of ticket.,
Wewlll drw aimltr scheme the Is.t dj ol
ejrerj month during the j"r 1ST3,
Itemltat our rl.k bv posiorBcn moner orier.
'jlstered letter, draft or eipress. hmd for cir
cu.er. Addreea, MUKKAT, M1LI.KH k UO,,
l0. ki iH. Hi. Iy)Uls. Mo.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED
CHALLENGES THE WORLD
This preparation Is acknowledged to bo
superior to all known medlcliio as n suro
nnd certain cure for syphilis in all Its foiuii,
no matter how deplorable the condition ol
the patient. It Iscntlrcly vegetable. It can
be taken In all conditions of the system, and
with safety, also, in connection with other
mcdiclno, II the patient deslros. Tho re
cipe, from which this preparation was Hindu,
was obtained fioin an old physician In South
America, In 1822, by Or, hhennan, Sr., who
1ms used it wltlu unparalklcd success In the
treatment ol syphilis, not only exciting the
admiration and astonishment of leading citi
zens, but of the medical faculty, and has
saved the lives of many allllcled whon given
slclans""'1 lin"' ,,J' Sk Uml cm'"l!nt ',--7,
One bottle will satl.fy the croatest skoptic
as tolls siiprrloilty over all ' other prepara
tions now In use,
t'fic'Je :VP"elr 'itlt Kent to any part ol
ioid l only h " T c-'1rt''"1' Trcpared and
v.R.ui. . s'h "real Specialist,
No. h Christy A v., Kt. Louis, Mo.
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply o puro Nitrous Oxide
Ou, for the palufesi extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Booms of Dr. Douglas, successor
to Dr.A.M.AusHn.Elghibitrec , ".jtl
5nM.,fS.,,Mr.'.7.1110 AmcTr5c?'1 vMio 'without this Lin'mmS Tho money
J I 1. 11111.1 V yi nra. It l.ai novir , funded unlc 1 tho I.'n innit h as rtT'e
jcli (.elt .t'U-opertV-.. ent :.'a -. jji, and Ki-titcl. Ilo nro and pel the ircnufno
Jiasjuv v-l.'nHVyloa tho pauaeo.f, rail MEXICAN Ml'STANll LINIMENT,
eitr t.u1 ,.unaK,L!ut, Burns, Swellings. Sold by nil lruirsr!ts and Country Stores,
bpraJn., llru 'i-i, A'c, Ao., for Man nnd at 25c, 50c. nnd'l.OO per Bottle, Notice
ifoatt. : ly should bo a tin-rlo day ntyle. alzo of lottle. &.- " .
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROKsT VABlXTT tTOCK IN THK CITT
OOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE.
Csiriirr of ! Inotennlts .(reit oai t'oio
1r1 inrrt'lal Aveinis,
C. O. PATlllU
Cairo Box and Baskt.t Co.
Dealt is In
Vmmi OF ALL KINDS
iiAiti ami norr.
Keep constantly on hand
Fl.OOHINd AMI SlDI.NO, AI.f(l L.TII.
MILL AND VAKIi t'ORNClv TIItUTY-FOUHTJf
STREET AN II OHIO I.KVBB.
ILLINOIS 7-30 tl
E. 0. PACE & CO.,
I O H IV Ml II I Ml
A N I)
FLOUll AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Thnnkful to tho enterprising cltizor.t o
('nlro and vicinity for the patronngo they
have to liberally 'bestowed upon us, and
the kind en.courgoment we have receivul
In consequence, wo agidn call the atten
tlon of all Independent buyers of tine
clothing, gont's furnishing goods and hats,
to our largo aud growing stock of thosn
goods, which we Intend to sell nt ptlces
lower than evor ottered at In Cairo. AVo
say "lowor" for It lies in our ability to do
so. Having a resident partner and buyer
In New York a gentleman full of years
and e.tporionce and two largo stores in
this vicinity to supply, wo lay to claim to
"CI1EA1EST HtV.E J.V ( AIKO,"
for no house in this city has those advant
ages. How cen a merchant who goes to
New York twice a Jear, with only "n
store to buy for, have tho audacity to say
to his patrons, '-we arc the Chmp ,lohn
ul the community,' wlmn ho knows that
when he is in New York ther nro mer
chants like himself there?, loo, looking out
tor bargains. If such a merchant should
pt-rchance meet a lot ol goods which art
nQ'ered to him cheap, ho cannot lake them,
for tho lot It too large, hs great bargains
nro oft'ered in largo lots.
Wo ruakn n rule to never buy gocds
when there a ruih; lut abide our time,
when thofo "twice a vvar largaln nek
f rs ' have gono hi me to dipoe of their
nock of goods, "nt prices lower than the
lowest' as they say.
'Wo are always thoro looking out for
"Wo nra always on hand to buy large
lots at prices to suit.
"We are always thero, looking out for
tho first appearance of stylish goods and
shipping them to our patrcne.
"A oare always in New York city, led--inir
to the interest of our patrot .
We are always there looking for "great
har;aln in largo lots" to supply our
mammoth stores in Cairo nnd Psducnh.
You. independent buyer, look t our
ide of tho picture and tho side of other
mereharts. Our sido tho best for selling
goods low. AVe atk you and Ii avo you
to answer for yourselves- If yru think
that vou havo merchants in this vicinity
who avo advantages which surpass ours,
wo say patronize them ; If our advantages
for selling goods lower than all others,
give us your patronage.
"Down with high price-, and give tho
public value received.''
I. Farm baker A Sov.
Our Mammoth Clothing Hou.es, Cairo,
Illinois, and Paducah, Kentucky.
HERMAN SCH.M I0TZSTORFF,
(Successor to II. Thlclecke.)
Healer In All Uluda
BKTWJIKN TENTH AND KLEYENTIt bTAKKTe
Uavliigpurcliaed the grocery ohtuhllsh
mentorll. Thtclocko, I shall always keep
on hand a lull and fresh supply of ull the host
goods in my line, to bo found in the market.
Hy strict attention to business, and lair deal-'
lug, I hope not only to retain all the custom I
the place has enjoyed In the past, but to add
to the list many new patrons. Asking a
fair share of public patronage,
Ilespectfully, Hr.fiMAN SCIlMETSTonrr
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TUB ONI.T RELIAIILE OIFT DLSTHI UU-
TIO.V IN THE COUNTRY I
IN VALUAHLE GIFTS I
To be distributed In
Tj. 3D . S I 3JJ 23 ' S
42ml Semi. Annual
'I'o be drawn
MONDAY, OCTOBER jj,B7:i.
ONE GRAND CAPITAL PR17.H
sio.ooo insr o-oxjIdi
O.ve Prize $.1,000 in Silver!
five I'rizes J1.000 r
Flvo Prizss i00 I Q REENBACKS
Ton Prizes J00 (
i wo rainuy carriages und .Matched Horses
with Silver-mounted Harness, worth
Two Horses, Buggies, etc., worth tCOO
Two tlnc-toncii ItosevvoodPianos.vvorth J.100
Ten Kamlly Sewing Machines, worth 8100
l.r00 Gold anil Silver I. ever lliir.tlne
Watche, (in ull,) worth Irom $20 to ?aoo
Gold ','hilns, Sllvor-w.irc, ,IewoIry etc.,
Whole number Gift 10,000. Tickets limited
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
I o whom Liberal Premiums; will ho paid,
single Tickets 2; Six Tickets 110; Twelve
llckoto $20; Twenty-tlve Tickets 10.
Circulars containing a full list of prltee, ads.
I'.rlptlon of the cinnner ol drsvrlng. and other
Information in reference, In the dlstribiiilot, ll
be eent to any one ordering ilim. All letters
mutt be addressed to I.. IT. MINK, lloi, M,
.. . Olnolnnstl, O. .
Main OCIcu, 101 AV. Fifth St.
IMMIGRANT a TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) Forflsle t POR SALK
VOU ALE.KrriJIiSlFOR HALE
Faro from LiYcuroOL,
Faro from Londondruui
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Queinbtown
I'O CAIRO, : t.i i i i -l 8 ao
ffiti1 fr , Canrfef Agvt
lE T Kit 0 U 11 Is,
Kxc.1 II stive
IvTIX.Xi'iH-Ra- A:"C3-33 UST T ,
fin. SMI tlHIO I.KVZK,
Vulcan Jrox WorkJ
COM M ERC I A Ii A N EN U K,
.11 M it ftTiti:i:r
.101 IX T. KKNISIH, JVop'i
vM A C J 1 I A'E s J o P
Foi'.OKS AXIl PlPK FlTTIXl,
ti: m r..vii(i..i.ii.i.,.sri:.-3iiiu
Mamil.ictured and repaired.
.-In rUI Htll'llllllll Vlll ll to lk.l.I I,., ,
forslng. houe,briilne. railroad and
and all work of a similar character.
.-team aim ga tilting In nil Its brsnrh.
V Mill itikrsflfsi..sit t . I .(..-.- H' . I
I'hilailelphla plpenlid linings. llra.Koo.
et-., and ga llvtuie nlwaj on hand.
IMPING OF HOI SE FOR GAM
MAItK A MTIIAI.TT.
Aateiit for Cameron's sticclal kteain nun
and holler feeder. 'I he best uunutsciuru
ton s patent' syphon pump, and .ludtnt
patent governor mid governor valve.
w loiiowing engines, etc., lor sale
Two steamboat eiii'ilies. lt4 Inch bore !
cv Under; live feet stroke, and In good ord.
une stcamooai snail ami crjiik. vvrot Ire
Otic eniflno for holtlng freight; 71X10.
One 10X20 saw mill ell.llle. With 'halt a
crank lor mill)? or gang aw, second band
('lie new TM2 engine; III) own irnuul
Also, n econd-hnuil tave cutting u
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