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W. L BRISTOL,
Kcop ovorythitiK portioning to
tho lino of Staplo and Fancy Qro
sorios, Woodcuwaro, Vogotablcs,
Fruits, 8ia., kc.
Bass and Injyruber
BAWLS WW nrovs.
Aggot and Opal
Belle and Iurn bounde
Fur Uoizo and Gurlz.
A Horse for Sal.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
UKAI. KSTATt! i(ll'..NT.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
iOJt VKYAXCXKS, KOT ARIES P0W.IC
Land Agenta of the Illinois Contr&l ud
Uurllnifton and Uulncy K. R.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
I. (I. LYNCH. M. J. HOWlXV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Dolloctors and Convoyancors.
OFFICE At tilt) Court Houao
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oornar 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
U. Jl J..I 1,- - i
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a-, a. xxttxixjs.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
3ulUtln Building-, Corner Tweiah Street
and WaahlBKtou Avenue,
WCouurr and lUllrol Work pvcilty.
R. SMYTH & GO.,
Wliulxatf ami Ui lull llml.rs lu
Foreign and Doinestio
VIFH OF A I.I. KIN UN.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MES9K'. 6UTTII A CO. hav , , antly
a laifr atof k of tlie but Knott Hi the mar
ktt, ami (It eopeclal atttmlloo toll "loliU
mticnnf Hit Imalne..
ICE ! J(J J ICE
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Tukr im-.it i!tjutf In aniioiinrine Hut limy
KTr now prep-im! t mipply ever) body with
f the very lt 'jtiullty, either nl their liouset or
I tin' Mores Onli-ti MionM lie Ml nl the
No. 00 Ohio Lovco, CAIRO, ILL.
CE! ICE!! ICE!!!
WboltubW and Jtttail Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Xankakco, III.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Hulen Wilson's, Corner Twslftn St
ana owo ivee.
will run mi Ire wairon Ihrniifrlinul the
Seooo. ilellverlni; nun- lake in- In nu
prt of thefilT at the l'iwi-l iu.nl.i-t prio, ami
win iiMiuminn my irieiitia oumiieiijeriiy wuu
c lir tlK ml. ur ur Ittiil. larLHl In Mi.u-iliidt
or ihlpmrnt lo any illataiicr.
Coruor ZlifilatlA Street,
WM. WETZEL, Provrlttor.
A TIUIfiTY watch Ut uyht ami day fur
-ZjL trkltit mill itraiiibouu
Tl.- U-nl of accommodations for transient
KUiu at Two Dollar irtUy. -l-ls-tf
WHOLalNAl.E (IIMIt EBN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A Tliotui. L. U.lhonn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
tiicci-4or to II M llulcii,)
Ami i1iIit in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forelirn and Domostlo Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'HCl ALartcutlon given tocomUpiiuutta auJ
i UUIuif onlen.
1...J.- I . J-'-l
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Fapor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, iio,
Alwsyt on hand, tUe celebrated illiimlnatlug
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
Ot&cm, SvaOlatla. JSMilAlaEr. C3tn T-vrltli. Ctraat v.ia.fl.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
Thr l.mtt Mint ion.
(I)rtnilt Irre l'n-.i.
Hi-had Im i'ii sick ill line tif llio hotels
lor Hint? r lour M'cks, ami tlm boys on
lite roail I iftd (Irot)jM.'il In dally to pd liow
lit; ot alonjf, niiil to k'lirn W they could
render hha any khidtiu-s. Thu lir.ikt1
imiii wan u good fclliiw, ami onu and nil
(.'itiiournxwl hint hi the hope that he
would pull through. Tin- dotitor dliln't
rewnrd thi' itvw an ilauKeroit'-. hut tin
other day the patient Im'L'uii -1 i i k i i i . and
It wits M.'i'ii that he could not llvt; tin.
nlht out. A dozen of hl frlemN nt lu
the room when nhht came, hut lil mind
wandered, and he dlil not nxonuUis
It wm near one of thu tlepoU. and after
thureat truekx anil noUy dray had
neaTd rolling liy, tlii-l'INnnd th) -liort,
hharp whUtles of thoynrd-enjjlneji'oimd-Hi
painfully loud. The patient had lx-en
very )atlent for half an hour, when he
.'iitldi'iily unclo-i'd UU eyes and 'houti'd :
One of the men hruOied the hair hack
Irom UU cold forehead, and the hntke
niuii clo-ed hit eyes and win ((itlet for a
time. Then the wind whirled around the
depot and hanged the Miud-i on the win
dow ol hi" room, ami he lilted hand
and ried out :
".Iack-on ! Pacn"ers kohz north
hy the Saginaw lload cliaiiKe can !"'
"The men understood. The brakrinau
thought ho was eouilngeast on the .Mich
igan Central, The effort .-eemeil to have
greatly exhausted hhn. J'or he lay like
one dead tor the next live uiliiutC'-.aiid a
watcher fell for hU puUe to n- If life
luul gone out. A t n r going down the
river Founded her whlnle loud and long,
ami the dying hrakeiuati opened hi? eyes
and (-.tiled out :
lie had been over the road a thotl-aiid
tliiie.-. hut had made his hut trip. Death
was drawing u vpcclal train over the old
track, and ho va hrakemau, cngluecr,
One of the yard engine titter a shrill
whlitle ol wanting, a- If the glare ot the
hcailllglit had .hown to the engineer
(otne tranger In peril, and the brakeinan
called out :
"yi-lanty :hntige ears here for the
Kel lilvcr lload 1"
He's coming in fa-t," whirred one
of thu men.
"And the end of his 'run' will be the
end of hU life !'' ald n second.
The dampness of death began lo col
lect on the patient' forehead.' and there
was that ghatly look on the fan; which
death aiwav liriiiir-". The lnmmlnz ofa
door down the hall sturtlcd him again,
and he moved his head and faintly
'(iniml Trunk Junction passengers
going Kast by the Or.ind Trunk change I
He wah .-o iti!et titter that that all the
men gathered around thu bed Ivclievi.-1
that hn was dead. Hl elned, and
the brakeinan liftwl his hiind, moved his
head and whlsiicred :
Not "lictrolt," but Death ! He ilteil
with the half-uttml wlilstier on Ills lip-,.
And the hoad-llirht on death's engine,
Mioiift full lu his lace and covered it with
Mich pallor as naught but death can
Influent-)' of tl Mi-iihk?.
From the New Vork .S"hi we extract
the following remarks of the worthy lec
turer of ihc N'atlonal Grange at an enter
tainment given by the Knickerbocker
Grange, No. 1.71. ol the I'atron of Hus
bandry. He .'aid:
"American tanner?, until recently, have
ignored the principle that Is moving the
world the principle ot association.
Their Individualization was the ciue of
their subjection to almo.-t every other In
terest, six years ago no inauulacturers
dealt with "us directly; no eicvators or
warehou-es were owned by iw, and no
banks or Insurance companies were con
trolled by us. Now, In one State alone,
there are thirty-eight lire insurance com
panies ; and more than hull of thu eleva
tors and warehouses in Iowa and 'l
conln arc under our control.
Furthermore, we have agent?
In every section of the coun
try, to whom we ship our prodift-s,
and from whom we receive forty or lltty
per cent, more than tho.-e wo used to get
Irom local buyers. In consequence of the
fairness of our treatment by these agents,
who are bound hy the ties ot brotherhood
and heavy money bond?, the l'atrons of
Husbandry saved Sfl.OOO.OOO In lb7;i,-?12,-000,001
In'lS'l, and, according to pa-sent
indications, will save at least $20,000,000
In lS7o. Six years ago there were ten
granges; thu nextyear there were thirty
eight; the next, thlrty-nlno; the next
10,000 ; tho next 20,000. Sow there are
illtcen granges joining our ranks dally,
and we number 1,500,000. Our exte
rienco 1- pointed proof that women are
worthy members ol every union. We
have -100,000 of them among its, and we
ought to beqttalilied to give an opinion
of tills kind.'1
Fast .Muster Wright, of California,
author of tho "Declaration ol'l'ttrpo'Csol
the National Grange," who was prc-cut,
made a few brief and pertinent remarks,
in which ho said :
"I hereby InilorMi what our worthy
lecturer ha said. Tho Grange mcie
mcnt began in California two years ago,
yet we have accomplished some. Import
ant results in behalf of agriculture. Our
State Grango was lormcd when there
were only I,o00 .-ubordlnatu granges' In
Ihc whole country. Wc now have 2 CI
.subordinate granges, with a membership
of 20,000. Wc have sa veil between $1,000,
000 and $.',000,000. Tho Grangers have
also brought neighbors together who, al
though living only a few miles apart,
were almost strangers. Wo have the
"Grangers' Hank of Calllornla," with a
capital of $5,000,000, which is doing good
service, and thu"Fnnnera' Fire Insurance
Company," which Insures our properly
at one-third of thu former rate-. e aru
completing a business association on a
basis of 1,000,000. We do not expect
these corporations to tnanago all our af
fairs, but merely to establish healthy
competition. Wo havo done much to re
unite the sections, sundered by tho war,"
The name of l.allttc, onu of thu most
eminent of French bankers, is almost as
familiar, in the history of tils times, ax
that of his cotemporary, tho It rut Napo
leon. It Is not generally known, how
ever, that- ho rose, from tho most abject
obscurity to the topmost pinnacle of
tlnauclal power by his habit ol prudence,
unconsciously exhibited In a trivial mat
ter, on an occasion in his youth, when
tils prospects were Indeed dubious.
When a meru lad l.nlltto went to Fails,
ami, poor and modest, timid and anxious,
ventured to offer his service.? at tin bank
lug house of rerregeaux, who occupied
the elegant Gurinard palace. The bank
er Informed him that there wero no va
cancies then, none were likely to soon oc-
iir, and advled him to look elsewhere.
Disappointed, the youthful seeker for .
employment lelt the olllie; mid while.'
with ii dejected tilr, lie traversed the
stately court-yard, he . t(iiped to pick up
u pin which lay In his path, and which he 1
carefully stuck In the lappel ol his coat.
if... ,.(.,, nf Mi nnl.lm.t Pi.p.
rcgeaux had observed this movrmcut,
and not indifferently, lie wa, hi fact,
one of those keen observers and quick In
terpreters of human notions who esti
mate the value of circumstances appa
rently trivial In them-clvcs, and which
would pass unnoticed by the majority of
mankind. In this simple action he saw
the revelation ol a character a young
man who would thus pains
takingly llf l n . I'l.
could not Tall to make a
most; Valuable clerk. In the evening of
the same day, I.atllte, to his utter as
tonishment, received nline from the great
banker, stating, briefly, that a place had
been I n rule. foe ltlii uj eli rk, of which he
might take poessloii the next morning.
Tin anticipations of the banker were not
disappointed. The youth exhibited every
desirable quality for tin1 place. Front a
simple clerk, lie soon rose to b- cashier,
then partner, then head of the first bank
Ins liou-e hi I'arls; and atterwards, lu
rapid sttcces'ion.Ja deputy, and president
of the council of ministcr.s the highest
point of honor to whlcliaclti.eu couidas
plrc. liarcly have riches conic Into bet
ter hands rarely has a banker or prince
made a more noble use of them.
The lluirnlo Until.
'I'he hulliilo gnat, which Is causing so
much destruction among cattle in the
Sutithwet, a a small In-cct, not more
than half tin? sli- of the liiiu-c lly, which
siiddcnh appear- In the air by million
and settles upon sill four-footed animals
within reach. A horse or cow will Is
literally covered with them tit night : in
the morning the animal will be loiuid
dead and swelled lo an enormous -e.
The bite is wry poisonous, and the
wound quickly fe.-tcr. Cattle owner
II tul that the mn-t ellcctlw way ot pro
tecting their animals I to cover them
witli a coating of diluted tar, but If that
cannot be done llres aie built and the
smoke drive? oil the insects. Amongst
the wild animals, especially the deer, on
the Arkansas siile of th fiver, the rav-aue-
nf llieguat are everywhere atiparent.
Without any protection, the ifeer fall
vlct'nis lu large numbers to this poi-on-ou-
hiocct, which, however, does not
Tlmnko '-rroni Hie lliiitlis til Hie
Wm.l.t.voTox, I oraln Co., )., Aug.Si, 1671
1)K. It. V. I'lEltOK, Ilmlalii, N. Y. :
Doar .sir : Ynur medicine. Golden .Med
ical Dbcovery, Ur. Sagt't CuUrrli Itemed)',
aavu proved of the greatest service to inc.
Six month a;-o, no one thought that 1 vould
io.MIly live long. 1 hid a compile itlou ol
disease scrofula, manifesting it-elt in
eruptions and grait blotches on my head
that mnde such sores that I could not have
my hair combed without causing mc much
suffering ; also causing swollen ghtuls, ton
sils enlarged, enia'ged or "thick neck." and
Urge and nutnu.'ous bolts. I also millerml
from a terrible Chronic Catarrh, and lu
fact 1 w nodLcuseu that lifts was a burden
to mo. 1 timl Hied many doctors with no
bttuntU. 1 tluaUy ijrieur4l ..ne-balt iloxnii
bottles or your I iolJcn .Mudk-ut Dl.covtr
and one doen Saga'a Cnturrh Ilcmedy and
..nttiw.tt.f ihlr . .At IJr.1. I WMa l.mllw
discouraged, but niter taking four bottle'')
ol the Discovery, 1 bcan to improve, ami
when 1 had takeo the rcma'mug 1 w as well.
In addition to the Use of the Discovery, I
applied a solution of Iodine to the Uoilre
or thick neck, as you drlo lu pamphlet
wrapping, and ft entlriily dNappfiired.
Your Dlcovery Is certainly the most won
dell id blood medicine ever Invented. I
thank (Sad and you, from the depths ol ray
heart, 'or tho gieat (rood it h is done me.
Mils. b. Oiuvi kk.
Most medicines which arc advertDed as
blood purlliers and liver medicines contain
elthor mercury la some form, or potaslum
aud lodlno variously combined. All of
thce agents have strong tendency to break
dowu the blood corpsucles, and debilitate
aud otherwise permanently itdure the hu
man system, and should therefore be dis
carded. Dr. Pierce's (ioldcn .Medical Dis
covery, on the other hand, being composed
of tho tluld extracts ot native plants, barks
and roots, will lu no cae prouueu Injury,
Its effects buiug strengthening and curative
only. Sarsaparilb, which ucd to enjoy
quite a reputation as a blood purillor, is n
remedy ol thirty yeart nio, mil may well
give place as It ( doing, to the more posi
tive uiid valuable vegetable alteratives
which later medical Investigation and dis
covery has hromrht to light I "orofuU
or King's Kvll, White swellings, L'kers.
Krydpclas, Swelled Neck, (loltro, Scrofu
lous lnihtntnalloiis, In Meat Itillanmiallon,
.Mercurial affections, Old Sore, Eruptions
ofthe Hkln and Sore eves as in all other
blood diseases, Dr. Pierce's Colden Modi
cal Discovery has shown its great remedial
powers, curing the tno-t obstinate and In
tractable caes. Sold by all dealers In mod
lclnos. HOWIE BROTHERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
yjV iloo Blooli.,
Coruor Poplar and Eleventh Stroeta.
8nighcst Cash Prioo paid for
Hoes and Cattlo.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill aud Yard,
Senior Thirty-Fourth Btroot and
intSlHta 3 f"'t di'i .T.V
aonioei. o w
S 7 " ' n.w
lteit Material. Itianly fw uie, all ilies. Price
Iiltti Iovt to Trade. Sien for l'l lce I.Uta.
l.ltu ' UUDObl'lt ACO., HI, Loula, Mo.
JUNE 2, 1875.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! GREAT VARIETY!! LOW PRICKS!
COPPEE-Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
HS5 SGW Oceans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP Now Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
ASH DKAI.KHS IV
Provisions,Flour,6raiii, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
Clough 8l Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lto SIMMONS & CLOUOn ORGAN CO.,
nTTKtl Willi THE
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention liaviiuf a mott Iniiwrtant Uiirlniron Hie fulnru rrpiitatlon nf lt.nl InstrtunenK, by
nmms ofwlilcli tliuiiuiitlty ir voliiutfl tit'tuut- U t-ry larKcly
tncica.fd, iiimI tin-iiualltv ul' tonvrenilcml
E:;il to thl of Uio h Pi:: Orp :! Im Sipiiily.
" Our cebbiiitisl "Vox Celeste," "Vox lluninrm,1 "Wlleov I'utent," "Oetine Coupler," lln
clianuliiK Cello" or "tlailont-t" frtoiis, "tJcins Horn," "Cremoiin," " Vox Anir.-U-t."
"Viola fitherla" and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can ! obtained only In these OrjraiiK
Fifty Dillbront Styles,
For tho Pnrlor and tbo Church,
Tho Best Material and Workmanship,
Quality and Volurao of Tono Unoquallcd.
rXXIC333SI. $GO TO OGOO.
Faclorj and Werotas, Ccr. Sih i'ai Gnng?333 UICIW.
(Established in 1850.) Agonts Wanted in flvory County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
Ketall Duller In
Imported from Now York City.
IkVIHVI' . No. 178 WushlnKtou Av.
Dhl U L 5 Coruor Klevontli St.,
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and llousohold Uso,
MANCI'ACri lti:t AT Till!
Annicu Ulliaauis. Wcrii, taki I J.
Our Wall lllue Is Hie hell In Ihc world. It
ilnea nut utii'Hk, Miitalns iiiilliinif liijut lou In
health nrfiitirlo, anil i usisl by all tin; lnwi
tauudrlM mi iiecoiuil of It pluisliiB eln-ftiuiil
rliraniieasi Miih-iIki' for wliltuvaalilnit. Cut
up In packajTM eonieiilent for family in-e. I'llei
10 i-enU eaeli , , , ,
Cor salu liy Rrocera everyviln-i-c, AlivjaK
fur tUe Aineilran Wush lllue, if you want 11'"
clieupeiit and bent.
AMERIOAK ULTRAMARINE WORKS
Offlro, VI Wllllaiii Stnrt, New Voik
IriA.. -.iT-.. .IiL.u.. .ham. 111. fl.Vlhal
M.tiiiKI Bvi rn Co., " UkUw.jf, f 1 1.
MRS. Li, J. SPEARS,
' Went sido Coiiiinorchil Avunua. botweeu
liifthth nncl Kintli stitutn,
' (NVxt duor to-l Itiii'Kir's diy kooiU lou-.l
A Hill line cf the lati'.t uud iuo-,1 fnldoiiiilile
M) lei of
' HATS AND BONNETS
I idw-ivsim hand Al ocmy vmielyof
j Ribbons, Luces and Trimmings,
I from tin- i-lieine-t to the inoxt raMlr. Luillcii
will llnd liny uiid ever lliiux lu her itoie lorn
coniini'ie nut'i , imu or tniiiy nuiiii.
rrires 10 eoniKie wiui any in ine vv e.si,
rj-Also iijfenl for the Home evlnK Machine.
Evor pivBont "Ri'st for tho Woary."
.viiliced, I'illuw. and liolsleis at
G. W HICK'S
Corner nf Mueteeiilh and I'onlar ittreet. Ihj
Iw wii tho New York Mom and Col Taylor of
il ii-. iu. I'lillowit Kxeclilor unit hloii't JUt-
trenita, full akCbXOlton ton, fsu econd nine,
cotton tiip, W Kuod plalnMiiick Wntlres.vJ, .!
alidVl Lounee, HtiiKlc, iindt'rlti ilattl'eoe at
millet! mice to ult the hard times. . Term
ttrlrtly rauli . lllglie.tt rli price palil for corn
biiuck. nciivemi ai uiy ueiory
A!tD PEALS IM
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Cader Cltjr NatloaU Bak.
T W1M, m-II la rar-loftit lot, at mannfaetarera
p)les, ilillin KreUlil.
JOHN B. PHILXIS
(SnccesviM to .lotiu II. l'hllllt)
Ami Healer In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BRAH, etc.
Agantifor LAFtIN ftEAHD P0 WDEJt 00
:Cornr Tenth Vtroat and Oklo
'. 1 M.vtluiM. B. C, tlul.
MATHUSS ic UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
CI-i Olllo XaOVOO.
K. ,J, Ayres, S. D. Ayren.
AYRES 6c CO.,
M. VV. I'AllKKIt. w. r axl:t. j. II. Wll.ll.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
("Siicvt-Hiori to 1'arl.er X Axley.)
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Conn
try .rroauco ueuorany
. and CHOICE
100 Commercial AveuUL, CAIRO, ILL.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 0100,000
W. 1' IIAI.MDA Y, CrenliUnt.
IIKNItV I, 1IAI.I.IDAY, Vhc Crest.
A. It. SAKI'Oltl), Cunliier.
WA1.TI.K I1YSI.U1', A'l Calder.
S. STAATS TAYLOH, U. 11 f'fsfNISdllAM,
II I, IlAI.LIUAY, Y. I' llAU.IllAV,
(1. D Williamson, Sinriu.x lliiui,
A 1) Sai-mjiid
Exchange, Coin and Unitod States
xsonus uougnt ana soia.
CPOSl't'S reeeived ami a Einerul bunliug
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
A II. SAKCOIID, l'midenl
.s. f. TA Yl.Olt, Vice President.
W. HYSI.OC, seu'yaud'i'tttoturer,
'. M. IlAP.CLAV. CllA4. (.AL1UIIIR.
CM SrOCKH.KNI, I'ALXt? (sflllUl.
It. 11 L'l'NNI.NniUM, II I., llALLIDAT,
j, .ii. riiiu.ii'..
N"I i:i:i".vt' pH,l ilipwlt ut tbe rate of tlx
l.pt riimt i-wrMUiiuni, 3lm-i'li Ul unil hapteni-,
tier Inttreal not MUhilritwn I aililnl iiunir.
ill.ili lv to the iii'lnclnal nf the uYiHMlta. thereby
Kivhis.' 1 lit. in I'oinuouml Intel et
Married Women and Children may
.Deposit jaonoy ana no ono
olso can draw it.
Oncn every hului-ilay fronilHi.in. to .1 n.in
ami isiitiiulay eveulni; for nav lng iloslt only
IIOIIIU IO H'ClOCk.
W. HYSLOf, Treaaurar.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Tnmsacts all kinds of a Legiti
mttto Banking Dusinoss.
P O. OANEDV. Preatdant.
HENRY VBL1A, Vlca Proaldant.
THOMAS LEWI3, Caahlor. ,
X. J. KKKTH, Aaaiatant Caahiar.
Tow-Boat For Sale
'plIIJ SiiltM-rlU'r nffer for nlc the Btain
A. Towiin; .Slrrn-Wtufl lloal, Iko llamotiit.
with engine, machinery, Uckle. appurel Mid
furiiltiirti iu .he mi iv Ile4 at Cairo, I1U;
Her leiiKth I US feel, bur Urualtu l4 ftt, bur
lentil a firt ami nmwuiea ild tout. Sue lut 3
iHillenlfeet ImiK and 1 luf.lit dluroettr, high
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