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1UMMIMIAN MkM HANTS.
R. W. MILLER,
W. L. BRISTOL,
Hoods ovorvthine nortainine to
tho lino of Staplo and Fanoy Gro
serios, Woddonwaro, Vogetablen,
Pruiti, Sto., &c.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
Different Combiimtion From nny
Boforo Offered iu tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Oholco Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
I UTILE tt CRATE Won,
Sweet and Rich
Oentral Hop Yeast
Attain This Bummnr,
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
Dromptlv attended to.
lajrTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rfllalliday tiro ' olUre, No TO Uhlo Levee.
rfllairiday liro 'a wtuirtbout.
rt. , Ktrviitlun Mills, fir
tJ-At the fcoal Dump, foot of Thirty. Eight
giyM'oat Office Drawer, IXJO.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eiehth Street, Carro. Ill
Orders fir Steamboats promptly
snjr hour, day or nltilit.
Wholesale, Retail and
'heat Cosh Frioo
A Book for the People.
SA itgmintie i
Lttri anj tnfri
mural tuil If al
A ltgltUntte inedU'Bl uik of sm)
roiuiiili (lasrianu u nni
f rtvijriuu Hi natural,
vai ruiaiioniorino writ-i,
Uaori sural I la fliilloa ttlltl lllaKl till kH T .
Ki, tto MrtttrHti of Ktproducticn, ito. A vtarulard
it t rlty oti iht varluua d lis-ait ot the Vrinry and .Of 11
TtU, VrMUnit C'hrnlo Dlieaieiuf MhStxti.tM
TAW wi w wvnwTvw, iMViuuilijf n iwisiisrari
hm of Sarljr AbutM ua flit tcaual lyttwiii iii'l the ilaiu
uyonaojrai ria i'uuiix
EuiiUiiiiilatluf marrlaie. U
, but Ufhf only K)iiular MtU
rvtt-r Diluui tr all the aliii
aisrnsa ana isoi cuiusiuiiiaiiui aisrnsip. nui inert
uacka4rsitlssiiisat,butltilisoiiV, K)iiulir MtilUtl work
trial auuisruui tcr plluui tur all ths slime Ulitsiei.
Fries. rP iwtihi i.w, uuiiu ia a ram.
Mmi oovara. al.w. bjuntl lai alcVt.
bblttou (tit Imp ruv till trcatuient of Bperwtorhf
Turn cuuUnli uf lh attOVK otk, ariii In (valfHl w raui
ftf uuUnU of IU aWova vurkiK-iit hi avalM ttrair uh
iMWipt or nainp. Ato iniau hiuivm Areaino utttiic
TBS MEDIOAL A 8UEQI0ALIN8TITUTH
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale end KcUl! IXtUra In
Foreign and Domestio
WIM.H OF A Mi KINIIH,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSItf. .MYTH A CO. have constantly
a law t' k of trie Unt goods m Ihu mar
kit, ami enH--iHl utUntiuii to I lit ulioluude
runrii oi win uiiMiirs.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDEH CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
6. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KC I A I, attention given to consignments and
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow fcmaues, etc.
Always on haml, the clbralnl Illuminating
3EI n. IX d i xx K .
Corner Eleventh Street aud WnahltiK-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. XXia.ols,
HINDER AND BLANK ROOK
Bulletin ButMlnir, Cor. Twelfth Street
anU Waablna-ton Avenue,
El-County and tfallroad Work a Specially.
The Beit la al'ya the Chaapest?
Tha eliding top la without isami or
hlnaeii and cannot Bet out of order.
Tha meneurlng Pump la the emleet,
faateit, nnd ONLY PATENT PUMPuaed
In n anWnnlied Iron tank. Prices reduced.
end tor catalogue.
WILSON tL EVENDEN,
fiUstrtl ti J ll.oftUr,n, 41 4 W..I Ukt St.. CbitM
For Sale at Manufacturera' prlcea by
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBCIAJj
Manufacture hia own Boraa Bboeaaud
can Assure Oood work.
wuntluKMchool I urnlturaorsuppitts should wnte
UAar.u, no.iin sseeiiiDs
voir 04sT JsV'&K M
I taw my ehlps ifo foundering down-
My winsome idols shattered,
When leaves that had been gtcen giew brown,
And rustled where thv scatteieil,
I sew Hie jwaoeful stars fade out
In storms Hint wrecked and killed tlirm,
K'en esinyjoys, Ir mi of doubt,
Weie slain ere Tllut imuiici iimia.
1 raw my bttls Idly fought,
My Klieinet rscai fruition
Mv ventures still nchltvlng naught
llut lioaile.11 luaiiltiou.
My strength waa spent, my lovts weiedeed,
llesplte my warm embrace,
And left liiu, when their fairness sped,
Uanul specters in their pieces.
Ihe very ebb of hope t found,
Lire's bitterest lees 1 taMed,
And shape or sorrow, hovering rouud,
I'rocUilued ezlstenca Wasted t
lo TRitMniK I for aaln
One lingering angel stayed tue l
Mill strlTitifrfor me, even when
'Die utter chill illitiuiytd mt,
I found the ransom of my hope
The wanes of my eadeavor,
Ami up the fal sky's purpled slope
My stars shone, hrlKht as err.
My ttilbifaied homeward, frt-fUte.l well
My Idols Mood and glistened;
My waking loves hail tales to tell
'lhat thrilled me while 1 listened.
My red wine flatbed, my schemes wrought
tides of hope were swelling!
All Midas' coffers might not hold
The stores that crowned ray dwelling.
lo THiujirnit -ace, not war,
.-lull Jian uiegiau io-uiorrun s
To-niKbt 1 blest the angels fur
llieulicipi rue ( sorrow.
An Alfulr of HlooilHt I wlrBelil-W. W
imiLin. a'liiior at tts "Ledir er.'
Mboota Eel. I'Hinpbell. Chalrninu of
I be liriuorrntlc fcUsle Cuuimlltcv
Chlctgo Inter-Ocean, 1Mb.)
Tlii! political contest in Jefferson
county. Iowa, lias btmi bitter and uncom
promising, ana lias oi luic uccotnc in
tensely iierional between the editor of
the Hetiubllcan paper, the lion. .
JiinUlii. anil the cfialrinan ot the Demo
crallu tstate Cotntnlttee, the Hon. Ktl.
Catnnbell. In the 1'alrllelU Ltdgtr ot
last week an allusion was made to .Mr
Catnnbell. which will be found emoted In
Mr. Campbell's letter given below, and
the iollowing h Mr. Campbell's restioiise
Faikfield. Iowa, Oct. 7, lb75.
M. M. Ulkakmouu: The Ltdgtr hat
an article in uraUc of iU candidate for
bheriirin which It charges that you have
tited to blackmail mm.
Jtmkin then wantonly switches off, and
to net a chance for blackimarUitijf uic,
nrinU tliu lb I lowlnir:
"Kd. Cambdl went to the orifati, and,
with the insolence or h klave-uriver o! the
olden time toward a Door tlave. com
tielled theeditor to suppress hii vile abuse
and Hie crinsitiir, lawiiliii', cowardly y-
coii milt ii'rvilely uiu ins masier
blddliiL'. Tlie column of abuse dwindled
down to a few lines of dark insinuation.
It is distasteful in us to allude to the or
Kan. but its relation to the Democratic
party, mciuumir, ur. jmrwe, leaves us no
nu wny inouiu tue lion. r.u. v-utn-bell,
Jr., assume sucli lordly airs and dic
tate to ills craven tools the course tltcy
shall pursue i"
This miierable wretch, Junkiti, some
time ago published ills own wile as a
trumpet and her children as bustards,
lie atterward published a wholesale
charge of want ol virtue against a com
pany of younif lady school teachers stop
ping iu your town, ujfuln coarsely Hllud
injfto tile secrets of his wife's bed-chamber.
These llltliy practices oi Junkin absolve
all from taking much notice of liiui. I,
therefore, cement iny.-ell' by sayliif that
in tlie article iiuoted above JUNKIN
I kuow nothing at all of the tiuitUr re
ferred to bv tlie brute. I never spoke to
vou about the man Hughes, aud certainly
1 a-iKtU vou to feutiiiress no urucie auiuu
him or anyone else.
William i . Junkin Knows lie is a fciio-
llnie liar, lie knows 1 so branded him iu
a hotel among ills friends. I now re
iH-at tlie brand.
It remains to be seen bow many of
tlie decent men and saints of Fairfield
will endorse tlie wretched bawd, vtlfe-in-
sulter, ami cowardly liar.
CD. VJkMI BKLL, J It.
A little after noon on Saturday, Octo
ber!), .shortly alter the publication of tlie
above communication, iir. Campbell was
standing in front of one of the bauks
(says a dispatch to the Ilurllugtou Hate!.
tyt) when Mr. Junkin came along, re
turning irom ms limner, wuu u iiiurhei.
basket on Ills arm. As lie passed Camp
bell he took a revolver from the basket.
and turnliisr around raid to him : "Vou
tlirtv scoundrel, dciemi yoursen." anu
witli mat ureu at mm, cocKeu tue re
volver to lire a second time, when lie was
arrested by Sherlft' Ueck. The shot
struck Campbell on the lelt nip, just at
the lower enu oi tue pocket sup, ami
L'lauccd outwardly from the hip bone.
lie refused to be taken away for a time,
but Dr. Molir was called and probed the
wound, tailing to und tue uau, which is
probably lodged among the muscles iu
the vicinity ot tne wound, a very small
variation of the ball would have caused
certain death. Campbell was able to
move around with a cane, aud about half
an hour alter was standing uear the same
Diace. wiieu JiiiiKin cam aiontr airain
aud asked if he wanted any more. lie
brandished the revover iu tils face, but
did not tire.
Soon after the first encounter Charlie
Junkin, son of W. YV. Junkin, got a re
volver ana endeavored to snoot Camp
bell, but was prevented by the bystand
Campbell has cone to his home, six
miles enst of town, aud Junkin has
waived an examination and given bond
to await the action of the craml Jury
Junkin wishes it to be understood that
the provocation for tlie shooting was the
allusion to his family, which ho denounces
as a baseless lie. lie says that Catnn
bell's abuse of himself would have passed
unnoticed, but lie was determined not to
permit the insult to his wife and children
to be unavenged.
A dispatch to the Pes Moines RtgitUr
dated on iionaay, gavi : i ne wound in
flicted on tho lion. t-u. Campbell by tho
pistol snot of Mr. Junkin it now not con
ildcrcd dangerous, as was at first nip-
posed. Tho ball is lodged somewhere in
the left side, and Is not dangerous unless
It shall finally affect the left kidney, ntar
which it must De lougcu. Air. uampoon
could move around but for tho injunction
of his physicians, who ordered absolute
quiet, In avoidance of irritation Und in
flammation. Public opinion U divided,
each gentleman having a large number
of menus, jiiiikiu much tne larger,
1 'i'l'ere U general feeling that the publl
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1875.
ration of Campbell njralust .itinkln and
ni laniliy wa oiitniufoni, anu an mineiit
the bitter mill loii-pciidliiK inatrel be
tween the two men, which has now re
nltul In bloodshed and nearly in thelos?
lln was a well-known und hlKlily-es-
teemed citizen, und when he entered the
Herald sanctum the reporter rose rvweci
fully, ami offered him u scat. Me ae
knowledge! the courtesy by a racetul
wave oi the Hand, sixnuymj: a miiuwuia
tlou to tarry, nml remarked:
rvc a Krievancc. '
" U It iiolbleV" Inquired the reporter.
May 1 ask you this nature of It V
"Oh. I see." said the reporter, "brutes
tinned loose to prey upon ths ("acred
rights and property of honest citizens
und tax-paycra. liven In your farden,
ruined your potato patch, und mat sort
or thing. I'll write an article nt once
cotideuinlnir tho freedom of cattle, and
advocating a Heavy penalty lor cows umi
trrwpaMou private property. I'll dojt
"Hold on a minute, younir man." said
the citizen, "you're too fast. I've got
no garden nor potato patcu. it's tne way
they dress the cows
"Oh. ves 1" InterruiUed tli reporter,
"1 ece, the butchers; 1 was just thinking
wlieu you came in 01 writing au arti
"If you will hold your horses, said
the citizen, "for a minute. I'll tell you
what I'm Urivlnif at. 'llio dress I'm
ronitjUlnlnir of Is one that every cow in
tne country seems to wear a uccxiace
The reporter Indicated his appreciation
bv a smite.
"All the cow wear bells, and they
manage to make my neighbothood their
illicitly rcnde.voiu. All the cows
have got the mange, and it is
but natural that they should scratch."
Th reporter answered, "Of course."
"Soon alter dark the cattle conifreira-
tiou assembles, and the scriitchingTcgius
at once. Then commences Mich a clang
ing ot bells u would crae any man in
Chiiritcudom. 1 get up in my night
clothes, and chunk 'em witli brick-bats
until they 20 away, but before I get to
sleep they're back again. I want you to
write 'em up. '
The reporter promlfsd to do it, and the
respected citi.eu went away .-atUlled, but
before lift had reached the foot of tho
stairs tlie reporter Proclaimed to the
listening walls that he wun't paid to
write UP inaiii'y cows, and he d be dad
burned if he was going to prostitute his
talents in any sucn way.
Aclreaae t their Moil (JoriEf
Xcw York Cotrespomlence of the Uslllmorc
Tlie met beautiful and expensive
dresses seen upon the stage this season
have been worn by liose Kytlnge In "Led
Astray." and arc provided, not by the ar
tiite, but by the managers of the Union
Square Theatre. The more elaborate
ones consist or silver-grav silk
nd royal uurnlu hat to niktch
the costume trimmed with -rold
and mother-of-pearl ornaments ; the hat
lilt crav leathers and a hriiiiaut ciapot
gold and motlicr-ol-pearl. A dinner
ures or lemon-colored silk, with blue
velvet train, trimmed with white lace and
cariet geraniums; a ball dress of black
tulle, with black culture trimmed with
flame color and white lace, und oviih
mented .villi erlin-oii and pale tea rotes ;
a garland of thee surrounds the skirt.
i no ni'iiueiuini costtiinu is oi luck
velvet, s-fiuare cut, nnd trimmed
with let. 'i he-e dres.se arc made ol the
richest materials, nnd could not have
cost less than Irom llltceu hundred to
wo thousand dollars. I-ornit nrtUt lo
supply them her't'lt, unless she received
iitiou s or .missoii's salary, would he
impossible. allack's was the llrst tliea
tre in -ew l one city to introduce tlie
custom of supplying actresses, and even
actors, of position with stage wardrobes
1 lie mauuuement there have louir atro ills
continued It; but other theatres, notably
the union Sxiunre, nave taken it up.
Symptom of CiUnrrli,
Dull, heavv lieadaclie, obstruetloii of
tlie na-al paosaet discharges falling
Irom Hit! head into tliu tnroat, sometime
wroluse. watery, ami lullamed ; there is
ringing in the ears, di'afnes, liackiug or
cotij'liin': to clear tliu turoat, exiK'clora.
tion of uHenslve matter, together with
scabs from ulcers ; tliu voice is changed
and lias a nasal twang, the breath is of
fensive, smell ana taste are unpaired;
there is a sensation of dizziness, mental
depression, hacking cough, and general
ebllitv. Only a lew ol ihe above-named
symptoms are, however, likely to he pres
ent iu any one case. There Is no dlcaie
more common than Catarrh, and none
less understood by physicians.
Dlt. HAIIE'S CATAIlllll HKMKIIT.
is. bevond all comparison, tlie bci-t prep
aration for catarrh ever discovered. Un
der the influence of Its mild, soothing,
aud healing properties, tlie disease soon
yields. The Golden Medical Discovery
. ... . . . . ,.i ,
should no taKcn m correct me oiuuu,
which is always at fault, and to act spe
cifically upon tlie diseased glands and
iliilng meiaur.iti'5 oi tue nose, tue ca
tarrh Kemedy should bo applied immi
with Dr. I'itret't Xaial Douefitlm only
instrument bv which fluids can bo per
fectly injected ro nil the passages and
chambers ot the nose from which dis
These medicines aro sold by drug
gists. For tlie Month ol, October.
During the fever season of last month,
thu stock of Ayer's Ague Cure In the Old
Not til State became exhausted, and be
fore a supply could bo received from Lo
well, the sintering from chills and fever
becamu fearful. A few parties wero so
fortunate as to have It on hand,
and iu Iredell county, thu drug
gists eked out their slender stocks by
selling doses a spoonful each for a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars for a bottle,
whim thu iwmiiir ni-Ieo Is but one. aud
thought themselves favored at that, so
valuable aro the curative properties
of this preparation, which not only ex
pels thu poison from the system, but
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
nnd vigor. Rultigh X. V.) Standard.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
We want live mi'ii who ilestie to niiko n bnsl
nssofsalllnb(poka by subscription to tuts
territory on our nw "HUl;r of fnwa.t'or
' 'History of Kansas, ' ' or '.' History of Wlieon
sln," or "History oftli .Nortlmft' tacli of
these books are new ami runtaln over l.'o lllus
trallon eurli. Hie latter om ww anif ravings.
Toucan aell iWeol'atituta lllslorr lo any onaot
any other book. WeglT exclusive territory,
liberal commission, etc. Send lor private terms,
sample package, circulars, elo , to the otMco
nearest you. Address
11. U ltU.S8Kf,LC0 , I'ubli.Uers,
Huilliun, Wis., or i'is iiuiucs( tuna.
s PROMINENT ADVANTAGES:
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
812, 814, 818 and 818 W. UAXX STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND BOLD ZXOLtTStVELY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
J. BURGER A CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought
an Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter Dry-Goods
COMPRISING ALL THE
NOVELTIES or TSX SEASON
WHICH THEY OFFER AT
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN -
Rockwell's Old Stand,
Wood! Wood! Wood I
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo St St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is ow proparod to
nil ordors for Wood and Coal. Delivorod to any par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow Gaugo Dopot.
Wood, 4 feet, per cord
Wood, aawed, per cord
Wood, aawed and apllt, per cord
Coal, car load, per ton
Coal, car load, elng-leton
Coal, car load, one-half ton
Leaye onlora uttF.M. Stockfleth',62
ul.u ... . .1 r. i i a ..
Ordera Solielted and Proaaptly Filled.
T. LC. WARD, Supt.
J AS. S. XiAXTS, Soo'y cfc Trt&s.
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ltESIDENCK: So, il Tbirtcentb tU-eet, be
twn WaUtuiltouaenuvauU W'aluut atreet.
OKK1CK: NortU sMe of Kltflitti street be
tween Commercial anil Wahluittonaenue.
W. DUNN1NO, K. S.
llKSlDENCKi Corner Xlnth anil Walnut
OKl'lCKi Corner Slutn strtet ami OhloIitTee.
0FF1CK ftOUItS! rrom8a.m. V.lm.,ana
from 1 to 8 p.m.
J-OHN H. MTJLKEY,
Attorney nt Iw.
OFKfCK: Atrcslittnif on N'lnlti BtrK't, be
tweeii Wttsliinston nrnue uml Walnut M.
Attorney at and Couimelori
OFFICK: Ohio U'eu, rooms 7 anl 9
City Nutlonal Il:uik,
Ullbert, CAlltO. 1I.I.1N0U.
E$.Sp-lal nltvutlon Klvra to Ailmlrulty ami
atrsuuhoat business ,
NORTH .SltW OF BI&tlfM HVKEM
Eetween Washington and Ceiaieerelal
i,l rtamu fi r oinlHf iitiauimiiar. oi an-ui iiu...
Ur. H. Cf rt'Allll, ti li Wash, Bt. niejausjiciBS 104.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
NEW STOCK OF
124 Commercial Ave.
- & 00.
t J OO.
Ohio Levee, at the Cryutal Saloon, corner
nnj B ,k. nAn.nu'a nM.
lt: A I. K8TATK AIIK.NT.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
JOHTETAKCIKI, VOTAXIXI PUBLIC
Land Anenta of the IUtnola Central and
Surlfngton and Quinsy It. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. .
I. a. ly.ncii.
m.' j. iiowLsr.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OyFICE-At the Court Houeo.
In Cbancsry-Xastsr'i Bale.
Slnle of Illinois, Alexander Count
In tlie Alexander Coiinly Circuit Coutl.
William U . Athf rton and .John Hodges vs. John
i uH.....w, teuiiLii. ii'it-tiii.tn.
iiuiiii'ii wia,,,T .""- ............
PUIH.IO nollic Is lieieby given that Iu jnii'
nMiif ..to. tlfr4. lYinilnrnl In ths uboie en
tllleilcausv. iiisaMi'DUi tat ihs May term thereof
A, I)., I3, 1. tioitn inrauin, inasirr in
.,i,.. K. vv nf lil ninitv. will, on Tucidav. the
Jilh iluy of October. A f , IS7S, at Uie hour of 'J
o'clock p.m., of sunt nay, sell at putnte Temtue,
at tee court limine nuor in the city or Cairo, in
said county, the following ilaserltieil leal estate,
to-wlt: Tae south halfoflhe northeast ipuilsr
of section twcnty-sevaii (-7), tnwuihlp dllicii
(la), soutn range, nuiauer two i.j wssi oi
Ihlra principal laarhllau, In Ike county of A
tiller uml ntatc of tlllnols. togellasr with tiis
tensmsnti and keieditaiuuiits thereunto be
lunging or thereto appertaining.
't erms of Kale -Oue-kalf cull Iu kaud, lieltnre
,n one nuil two rears equal payiueuis, with six
percent. Interest ir nnntim thsreoni iteferreil
payments to be seemed by mortgage on the
property sold. .....
Crlro. Illinois. SeplcmWrWUU.
Master in Chancery.
Muvgar Jt l.ausileu, Coiulln;tltt' sollcltois.
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
ASM bEALXR 1.1
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City Katloai.l 2ank.
IVf IfJ, rdl hi rar-loail InU t'. ijj'.m flicturtis
pricfs, u.I.llnjj 1'ieUI.t.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
(Purctsanrs to Juhn U I'lilllls)
Ami Dntrrj in
nAY, CORN, OATfl, FLOUR,
XXAL, BEAN, ttc.
Agists for tAFLIN ft BAND MWPKB CO
:Corner Testk Street and Ohio
Lr.Tse. Z. I) MatlniM.
MATHUSS 4c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Q4 Ohio Ijovofl.
Ni Ml Olilo l.Te,
K. .f. Ayres.
S. I). A res.
AYRES tc CO.,
L. D. THOMS,
And iloiler In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domeatlu Fruit aad Nut
It COatatERCIal AVENUE.
II II. Ct'.VXISQUAU.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(iuccmora toMllier A I'aiLci',)
Ami Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAT,
U-WoliiiTC lwifiil tlie I.igt- Velliiw Ware
hmiKe, stomire cajiaclty 3,W Ions, whleli ghis
u ample t'uclllUvs furstoiiiiir unil shlipluK.
C. N. HUGHES,
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