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W. L. BRISTOL,
RccpH everything nortaining to
tho lino of Btuplo and Fancy Oro
sorios, Woodonwaro, Vcgotablos,
Fruits, &d., &c.
Try My Now Stylo Mixed
T 32 Jbk 9
Different Combination From any
lloforo Offered in tho Market, '
nnd of Excollont Flavor.
flvroet oad Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Ag'iln Thin Summor.
No. 32 BIGHT STREET
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attonded to.
O&S-To largo consumers and all
.Manufacturers, wo aro propared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EJ-llalllihiy Uro 'i offlce, So. 70 Olilo I-cvcc.
CJ-lIairiibiy llru 'a u luirl tout
E$-AtKgyptlan -Mllb, or
KJ-At the OkiI Iluinii, lout of Thirty-Eight
KJ-l'ost ODJce Drawer. 2uo.
ltitall Ui-ulcr In
Imported from Now York City.
hrDVI' . No. 178 Washington Avo.
I Mil Ul ! Corner Elovonth St.,
REST! REST !
Evor prosout "Rest for tho Weary."
Mnltn.'.M"', l'llluw uii'l Holsters nt
G. W HICK'S
Coruer of Niucleenlh anil I'onlar streets, l
I w tn Ihe Nov York tiUnv ami l,ol Taylor' rif
llce, a, follow; Kxcelslor 11 ml Shuck Mat
lleisei, full ulif, cotton top, $5 Uii uroml cUr,
"tjm top, 5; gnoil plalnShuck .MaltiefcC3, l
iiml $M Lounge, Mngle, ami l.rlli Matties at
t iiluctil price In f ult the haul timet. 'leinn
Klrlctly unh Highest cash prlco paid for corn
Uiiiek, ilellvertil at inv factory.
Ihe Prlvnto Prescription Boole,
Bcror cobitmuunttv nu t rurcnron
la ftat Bexual UtieaCB( Aiihnu,
lirtceiilll. I KUllli lWntuui tlob, I'lln,
I'hiuU, Vurlcoct'te, hjdmrfit, Hcrofti
J..u. hji tUllic m j pkUi I)Uu. l.lr.
tr ('cniUliit, Krmato Wrakucn kMnrjr
liiffcri, Bemlnal and Nrrvoua n.
, biliivand iixhauaitcn. Imi.-otcn-kfXi
tllcti, Ktrkiun ud aiiiiUviirMrli
S' from Bxocaaea utd Imnrudoiit
Kr'fMDlii lime, turiiiey ut litnliu
Prrlptlon Book. Th. 7." '"""
lot..4r 4 WtrnMWt cur... , XuriSSnHi. to
nuittr ho or wblcl Ui fnl. rellakla Ouldt for lh
M.rrl.J.nllhc. MUnpUUni Uirrt.,,. .,briD; ,.
nHtl.twoaiuooMhr. Ulh,4 ULlVr .Al on
mtlUfJMou. HUtu 1
1 THE AMERICAN REMEDY CO..
' Ko.703FlntBtrwt.Hr. iop,0
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale nint lUtfllt IralM In
I Foreign and Domestic
vim:s of am. kixiin.
No. 60 Ohio Leveo,
f KSllr. J-MVTII A CO. have antly
XVL a largo twk of tho W rikxU thu mar
Lt, ami gUeeaprclal attention toll'" wlioletnU
ranch of I lie btialne.
IOI3 ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
Wholesale iiikI lletall Hultr In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Hulen &Wllson'a. Corner Twulfth St
and Ohio Leveo.
wlll tun an Ire wairon throughout the
Simon, iWllKrfn purv lale l' In any
part of tl.f city at the lowest uurl.it price, anil
vlllnlM)fiirnlli my frlt-n.li out'lil the city with
cebythc rjK'-iir lar luail, packeil In umltut
or hliimcnt to any ilUtnnu'.
Coruor lOislitlx Stroot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATllUviv watc). Kept night ami iUy for
rain, am) MinriiliM .
gueU rTo'loin,i!yW'l,kJi,lu' .IfS?,",1011
viioi.i.:sai.i: iito i:km.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDIJR CO.
5? Ohio Leveo.
11 A Thorn I. 1 Thonw
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succoafors to II M llulin,)
Ali'l ilralera in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMEECIAL AVEKUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KCIAI. attention glcn toconslgnmi'iits ami
O tllllns ortlrn.
B. F. PARKER,
I tinier In
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Ahvays on haml, the cIiIhiiIliI IIIiiiiiIiwIIiik
Auiun v n..
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahintr
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. zruiazjs,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Julletin BuUdlutr, Corner Twolfth Street
and Waahlnirton Avenue,
KfCoiiDtT nntl Ilallroiid Work a nwlally.
Offica, Bulletin. ZSixU&lxier, Coxn.r Twalftli. Otxoat an.A
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1875.
Ilrnty llroMii 011 llrllo, (Irant. TIL
li'ii mill llrnilrlrUw.
(From an Inlirvlcw 111 the Olncliiiinll folnnior
clal. Oovcrnnr Hrowu lilt oil a piece of to
bacco, nml anwurotl my jn:tloii n to
the next Presidency ns follows:
"I don't ce liow tho Dotnoeratlc parly
nan be beaten. As to its candidate, there
U Mime doubt. Tlldcn Is well iiol;rn ot.
Ilftidrleks would stilt me. I think the
Itt'publicnns will nominate W'aibbiirne.
lie lias a rood record, nnd linow." bow to
manipulate :t conv'.'Htloti."
"Governor Urown, don't yon tblnW
Secretary ltrlMow l 11 rllnt eniiilltlale
fortbe Pnvldfiicv t
"Xo, sir; I do not Mippotc that, 111 the
proicentlon ol U duties tbat tiling ani
mates blm ut nil. If . von knew liN itsso
eialloiW mid birth-place, u I do, yon
would not ak the question. Public men
In Kentucky do not do their duty lor re
wards of anv kind. They die poor, taken
eareof in their latter dnjs by public -tib-eriptloii',
like Clay, Crittenden, Itroek
Inridsre, and many of that class. be
lieve Ilristow to be actuated by thesen-e
of honor, au.I not the desire of olllce. If
he could L'ct the Presidency lie would not
.-corn If, but he would not turn out of
the way of his duty to stoop for it."
This" tlugulur reply from one now a
warm but ' not a reactionary Democrat
wa. attended by a straightening up of
Gov. Urowu's Miiall roo-tcr llyure.
"ICalntuek, bv Gttd, lr!" win in the air.
.So I thought I would tempt hi. 11 out on
President Grant. Hrre I be his pardon
for f o fully relating his view, but ani
eoiicioii5 that he will take no exceptions.
"I didn't know Grant much." he said,
"when Grant lived here. I llr.-t knew
him well when I was in command of a
regiment at Iron Mountain, and he came
down there to take general command,
and cent my regiment and me back to St.
I.oul. lie sat up In my tent nearly all
night, and talked lueeaiitly. I bad a
gallon of line whl-ky, but he would not
take a drop, Miyltig that he had t-htit that
oil". I wa afterward very much sur
prised to bear that he never talked at all,
and always drank.'"
"Gov. Ilrown, ditl he show that night
any appreciation of the iues of the pen
"Not of its moral consequence.-. There
he was torpid. Hut Its immense theatre
and eo-t he did. lie said It would be a
long war and a battle of rc-ourcc-i. I was
a civilian, and rather shocked to hear his
Indlllerence on the question of human
life. He seemed to think men were made
to be food for powder. Afterward, when
he sacrificed so many men in the Wilder
ncs, I said to Henry Wilson, with whom
I served on the Military Committe of the
Senate. "Well, that Is all In accordance
wilh his programme. Give him men
rno!K''"iii,'ll tnkenichmond.' I think
m.iulrnr-lieniln! fii,i. l,.J,a,J w-n
co very pwMK.-ftirc liu itonil the War f flat
he was torn time very auxloiw for nium.v,
but he's getting over that."
"Y ill he desire to rim again for the
lTfidencv .' '
Xo. I think his idtcr is an explict de
clination." FIFTEEN HUNDRED DOUBLOONS.
Sunk in tin- fluir or .M.'vlto. ami
Troiilillnif I In- i'oiirlH r Vuik
( from tin- Xi'iv VorV un, June 27 J
William I.eltch, a merchant of Mlnatit
lau, -Mexico, insured In .May, 16C7, in the
Atlantic .Mutual Insurance eotupanv,
through Keuls, Perkins & Co., of Xew
Orleans, as his agents, in two marine pol
ices, the cargo of the schooner Pacqnet
de Tamplco, 011 her return voyage from
I.nguna, .Mexico, to Xew Orleans, via
The cargo inured consisted of l..'00
.Mexican doubloons, valued at SIW.li'O,
and a quantity of mahogany and fustic
worth $2,'Xd. The premiums were paid
by the agents, Denis, Perkins & Co., bv
their promisfory notes, which the com
pany accepted. The amount of loss, if
any, was 10 be paid to the agents. Thu
agents tiller thu loss surrendered the pol
icies to the company and took back their
notes. The company refused payment,
upon claim of Ios, on the ground that
the policies were not executed and deliv
ered to I,eltch. but to Denis, Perkins &
Co., and that they had never paid the
premiums ; that thu policies were ob
tained on false rcpre-cntatlons' ; that no
gold had been shipped ; and if shipped,
It had not been done in a legal and proper
manner, and that thu wood shipped a,
of an inferior kind.
I.eltch sued hi the court ot common
ideas to recover on the nolieles. mul It
appeared from the plalnthrs testimony
inui uiu its-ci luaocii ai .e wneaiis lor
I.aguna with the object, principally, of
receiving a large amount of speclo'due
I.eltch from the .Juarez, government, re
cognized by the United Slates as being
that of .Juarez, while a large portion
of the territory was In possession of the
Imperialists. The vessel was Mexican,
and henco had to carry what is adled a
"Hag captain," and the cook nominally
acted In that capacity. She had a clear
ance from both the Maximilian mul
Juarez consul ut -Vow Orleans, its the
ports were Held alternately by each.
On her arrival at Laguna, which was
held by tho imperialist forces, she car
ried the Mexican euign at the main top
mast head, as a preconcerted signal to the
parties who were to pay the money that
ihey might know the vessel. The cargo
was partly unloaded, when Imforniatlon
was given to tho imperialist authorities
Unit arms lor tho Liberals were secreted
on hoard. Tho following night was
spent by thu captain hi throwing thu
arms overboard. Tho next night the
specie was put on hoard. 11 had been
brought from thu hotisu of Gutierres
Hrothers at San Pedro, within thu Lib
eral lines, the .Juarez military authorities
permitting thu passage through their
lines, and was then taken in a canoe
throutrh a canal used for iloatln" inrr.
wood to the hay of Laguna, under 1
ciiiuu ui a I'uiinui'iiiiui cieiK ami
two servants of Gutierres. It was re
ceived by the captain and Leitcli, and
placed In tho run of the vessel under thu
ballast. At Miuatitlan tho outward car
go was discharged and tho mahogany
and fiistlu were put on board, and the
money was recounted by tho eaptuln and
tt bill of lading given for It. On tho voy
age for Xew Orleans, after a heavy gulo,
the vessel sprung a leak and became water-logged,
the men having barely tlmo
to cscapo hi a boat, leaving tho specie be
hind. A month attcrward the schooner
was discovered water-logged, floating In
thu Gulf of Mexico, looking, as Cap
tain Duvls who found her, said, as If a
waterspout had gone over her and torn
everything to pieces."
The Jtuy gave plaintiff a verdict for
the full amount claimed. On appeal to
the genenl term, Chief Justice Daly yes
terday. In an eleborate opinion, alarmed
I'lioiimiiriin of tin
Hrtioul of Mnif lr.
From Ihe Spiritual s'clintWI
A lady resident In a large city In Xew
York State purchased some time since In
Kuropc one ot those magic mirrors, In
whose black concave surface the "con
scious clairvoyant," as Major Mttcklev
called those whose Interior vision is open
ed wlille the imtsoii W awake, are able to
see the wonderful phahtasmagoiiaof the
It is formed apparently out of a great
black onvx, some llfteen inches in diame
ter, and f polished more highly than cut
..lass. i framed hi black, and rests upon
acrhiisoiisllk pau In a hand'oine inn-
roeeocae. At a recent seance ino pow
er" of this bowl of fate were fully cxem
plllled. A clairvoyant woman gazed at
it. and for more than two hours described
with scarce a moment's Intermission
landscapes, emblematic groups, scenes
tran-piring by land and i-ca, In the snowy
fastnesses of the 1'ar Xorth, and on the
burning .-an.ls of the Great Sahara I ), .s-
crt. '1 lie lorms 01 Uicctiscu menus an
ted across It. and im-.t'iigca were ui
plaved on white sheet., or paper screens
held up before thu stere-'" eye. Anon
a mounted cavalier would ila'h Into the
Hi. Id of vision, or the exciting episode of
a lion chae bu exhibited. Take It all In
all It is one ol the most curious ot the
phenomena ol the school oi magic.
The potency ol the magic mirror
was avouched in the earliest hl
inrli. m-rlods. The ancient Kgyntliiu
soothsayers used a drop of Ink hi a pol
ished metallic iia-tn or a narK iiuiii neiu
hi the palm ot the hand, lit modern
times the most famous among the adepts
In this form of divimtlon was Dr. Dee,
who-e magic crystal Is still preserved In
thu llrltl-h Mu-eimi.and who lell a vic
tim to the ignorant intolerance of ids
The true magic mirror is prepared by a
high-caste priest, villi solemn and pecu
liar ceremonies. It potency Is supposed
to depend upon the nature of the eere
nionlix. and It may be made to represent
either the dark or the light Mile of nature
to attract either good or evil spiritual
Verv large sums have sometimes been
until lor a "ood mirror, and the one In
question was thought a great bargain at
the price ot $2'0, It hiving come from In
dia. HISTORIC REMINISCENCE.
Alirittinin I.tiivoln'v Flrt Inter Iom
Willi Wniiiuoh,.c rfrKiiHitii Tin
rrt'xlitciil mm n Vf.ioil-Cliuupcr.
Mtmphls Corrnionunc- Cincinnati Commer
cial.! UelUll? f I.'ivn Pnv'a lfit,.l ntt fnmn
ui" to ?Iu"t'hls, I may as well repeat
..,.i i it,,,, T.7 ,,va'? l"iy ,oid wood
.............. ... ... .,,ca
above, known as Greenock, which be
longing to an old citizen of Memphis,
nou-k-ml, named W. D. Ferguson, who
had been an Indian tighter, and had
served under .Jackson as a sharpshooter
at the battle of Xew Orleans. It was in
the summer of 1S31 that a steamer, on
her upward-bound trip stopped to wood ;
when a young man wentatlioru and so
licited employment from Ferguson, tell
ing nun ne nati oeen to .ew Orleans on
a Hathoat, and while returning on the
deek of the steamboat had the mi-fortune
to ue robbed ol all his money. Fer
guson gave him a job ef cutting cord
wood, at which he worked until he had
earned a stniieient sum to earn him to
his home la Illinois. During this time lie
was an inmate of Ferguson's house.
This young man's tunic was Abraham
Lincoln. It Is further related that dur
ing Mr. Lincoln's Presidency his Arkan
sas employer, old and gray, but still
erect and active, vl-ited Washington,
when, unheralded and unannounced, he
entered the White House and was recog
nized by the Pre-ident on thohistaut, and
warmly welcomed by the wood-chopper
of thirty-live years before. The Incidents
of this interview the old Indian lighter
was attcrward fond of repeating to hi.
13" Dermic tho epidemic of intermit
touts in the We.i this season, the whole
immense stock o( Ajcr's A?uo Cure be
came exluiistcil, mul the producing power
ol bis Laboratory was found Uiadfi) late to
meet the ileinainl. Many who Vuu lr e
traordhmry virtues for the enroot chills and
fsver, paid exorbitant price- for It. This
ague cine is said, by those who uo It, to
never tall. Header, if yon must uavu med
ical aid, tako the best of medicine. Poor
remedies aro dear, as good tiro cheap, at
any prico you have to pay for them.
riT Inthisagcuf bkcpticUin, facts aro
required to inspire confidence in the inlodi
of the people ; but, with good endorser,
they are willing to let any article claiming
extraordinary meiit. Tho proprietors of
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itenewcr ol
lor tho following Iniloriomont of (he merits
claimed by them for their preparation, bv
tho Pittsburg, Pa., "Christian Advocate-;''
lz- "Tho public has so often t.ei'ii do.
ceived by tho uso of worthless preparations
lor thobalr, tli.it tin iiticle of this kind, to
gain their favor and secure taolr patron
age, must possess real tnorit. AVo aro ghul
to assure our readers that Hull's Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Itenewcr U meeting with thu
sueccsi which its merits so justly deservo ;
and wu have reliable evidence that It will
perform all that Is claimed for It. In restor
ing gray hair to its natural color, ami, ns a
permanent dressing, 1 unurpaeil,"
OP A VICTIM.
fulilUlieil ns a warning and fur Ihe honcllt of
a oiinij ili'ii uml others who Hitler Ironi Nervous
lJcbllity, Loss of .Manhood, etc., Ulvlnir his
IliiH-9 of Self-cure, after unilonroiuir much uf
teriiiKMU'l cniwiiU', anil mallei IVeo on rrcclv
1.ll!?.,.,;l,i,J'1 dhwlml I'livcloyu. Address NA
TIIANIKLMAYr'AIII, J. O, llo 151, llrook
lyn, N. i . 7-7-l-wiim.
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS I
Langley'a Patent Slata Paint.
Foh Siiinolk, Tin, Iron andCuavki. Jtoors.
Tills 1h n Fire and Water-Proof l'alnt, e
lieclally designed for Hhlintle roofs. An old
root, Slate-I'alnti'd, will outlast anew oneun
palntetl, and a new roof will loat three times a
ouk Slate-I'alnted. A a matter ef economy a
roofntwdi ualnt more than any other fart of a
building, rrlce, so ccuUiier KaUen. Uemlfor
twimihlet. AitenU wantfd
nWlVXJ 6. JAOXaON, Oen'l Agent,
23-M-wll Km WhlnKtou 8t , ChWo.
Clough & Warren Organ Co.'s
fLato SIMMONS tc CLOUGH ORQATT CO.,)
mtlll WITH TIIH
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
,u lnentlon bavins a mot Important bearing on the future reputation nfllml instruments, iy
iukius of which the iiuanlity or volume ot tone U vi ry largely
tncrca-cl, aril tlie riualltv of tonerctHleied
lo h & 111, Sssl Pi;:
(inr r.lpl.n.t,-,! "Vnv fvif.li.." "Vi, Iliiiiuna
channliiK "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stop-,
Kiia r.ineria'- aim
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can bo obtained only In thce Organs.
Fifty Different Styles,
For tho Parlor and tho Church,
Tho Best Material and Workmanship,
yuanty ana voiumo oi xono unequattea.
PniOBS, too TO ABOO.
Fsicior; d Wofims, Cct. 6th &nd Cnngren Sts., DETROIT, VICW
(Established in 1850.) Agents Wanted in F.vory County.
AdiUebS CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Dctiult, Mien.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
Q.EO. H. LEACH, M. D.,
Ur. I.f;ii li has hail a lurKe experience In the
practice of Medicine and Mirgery, KaH-cIal at
tention paid to the llomuopathlc treatinent of
Surgleal dUcaseas, and dU-.ise of women ami
JC1" h:ice Corner toinin cial Avenue and
Ninth lrcct. 1 1-7-1-1 r
YyiLlilAM R. SMITH, M. D.
KESII)1:N(J1:: No. -'I Tlditeculli street, be
tureen AVuahtngton ovenue and Walnut etieet.
OFKlCK:.oitli bide of Ulhlli Blritt be
tween Commercial and Washington avenue.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
KKSIUKSCH! Comer Niutli and Walnut
OFKICB: Corner Sl.th sti-ect and Ohio Ixvee.
OFFICE IIOUUS. From 0 a.m. l'.'m , and
from a to i. in
QR. W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physioian. '
OFF1CK: lludcr'a lllock, (up-stulrs), corner
F.lghth etnrt aiiTl Washington nveuue.
J OHN H.MUI.KEY,
Attorney at lituv.
OrFlCi:: Klghth Slm't, Iwtwcen Commer
cial uml Washington avenue.,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney ut liiiw.
OFFICKi Oliio iAivee, over mom formerly
occujiieil by Ftrt National Hank,
Q.REEN Sc. GILBERT,
Attorney ami CouiiNelorN
OFFICKi Ohio U'vee, rooms 7 and 8
City National Hank,
William It. fi rmi, )
William II. Gilbert, CAIItO ILLINOIS.
MiliiD t'red'k( UlllwrtJ
B3.9iecll attention given to Admiralty and
FOlt the speedy cure of Seminal WSakmeai,
Loal Manhood autl all dlMrder brought
on by lndlcretlon or exoeai, Any DruggUt
luw the Ingredient,
Dr. R, HILTON &, CO.,
0?p ot lis m Cijwilj.
' "Wilcox Patent." "Octave Counter."! t
"Uenu Horn," "Cremona," "Vox Angtlet,'
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West nldo Commercial Avonue, between
Eighth and Ninth atreeta,
(Next door In .1 Ilurgcr'H dry goods store.)
A full line of the latent nnd moit faihlonablc
HATS AND BONNETS
always on luind. Alio evry variety of
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the ehespc-it to the most on 11 v. Ladies
will tlnd any uml everything In her store for a
complete street , lmll or party outHt.
I'llces lo compete with any In the Weal.
t3Al'o agent fur lite Home Sewing Machine,
Wholesale, Retail and
Wlloox'a BI oi.,
Oomor roplnr and Eleventh Street.
fir Highest Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
NORTH SIDi: OF EIGHTH STllEE'l
Between Waahincton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Bftwaan Waahlnrtor and Cosazaerolal
Avenuee, adjoining' Xanny'a.
KEF.1'8 for ialt the beat Beef. I'erk, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. Sausage, o . and la pr
parol to terve fantlllrs In nn acceptable manner
R. W. ICXLUUK,
And dealer In
FLOUR, MIAL, QKAIK BAY,
AXD DIAUH 1.1
LIME, OEHSHT, FLAITEK,
Ua4r City KaUaaai
T Wll.t, iell la ear-load lot at ma&tifacntrtri
. prlcra, adding Krelxht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Bncmtort to .toha B. rhtllli)
And Dealers in
HAY, OBN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BKAJT, ate.
Aftnti for LAFLIK UTtAJf D ?0WOU CO
ZCeraar Taatk ftraat aaa Okl
7,. I), Matuiiis. K.C.
MATHUSS 4c UBX,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Q4 Olxio Xjv
K. J. Ayrea. S. I). Ayren.
AYRE8 4c CO.,
M W. TAMIER. W. r. A3LKY. J. U. WIU.
PARKER, AXLET & WILD,
(Succcjeors to Parker & Axley,)
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Produce Generally
1?&-5!?erclaI Avenue' A1B0, XIX.
K. It. CUXNOtOOAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
fjucceitorx to Miller X Parker,)
And Dealers In
WHEAT, HEAL, GHAUT, HAY,
1 omoSvse. c"0, ILLINOIS.
trfWehuve lnmeal Ilin rjirm. vllnu. vv.
houee, f totage capacity a.ooo 0m, which give
in ample futilities foratorinir andahluiilnr?
C. N. HUGHES,
Orar JbtaaM OM'l.
NOSE but rirnt-Glau CompanlM iyr
S AFFORD, MORRIS
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