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FEVER AND AGUE PAT).
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without Dosinjr Tho Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
rhtercmcdlc which ere the olc exponent of
trie tnre by Absorption lire ommed tolling tiave
been proved the cheapen and Mo.rKflectiial Reme
dy for all I)lcae Arising from Malaria or a dlsor
lin ed Stomac h or Liver, and l! Is a well knuv.11 fact
batiiearlvallthedlcae that attack the human
body can be traced directly nr indirectly to lh
It Ii known by actual experience that tbere t to
M:ease that attack the youth uud ackilt 01 both ex
esti.at can even lie modified by the use of drug,
but that can he arieil m In i.',. ......r.... ......
VkJT'v Tkk'mehieV7 thu ,10LMAN UVii
knowledge! to U-yom tht
Kach of Mfdicinf. hav bi'en Hay".
Uu 1 d-r the MiUl Aet in 01 'l'lift-n
If (jnenioncd. end for our pamphli t, ".Nature'
Law." giving extended information and tcstimo
ma; from the rt people .of the counrv. .Vailed
The remedir are ent bv v.tui. pot pa:a. on it
thipt of price, except the Malt, wliih 1. rent by x
' at purrhut'-r txtn ne.
CoLMiiatlun free, and ollc!!ed at ur.r oSce, or
1S tnai:. tfvitt; full tienr'.ptlou o: your cafe.
DESCRIPTIVE I'HK'E LIT. .
LEGfLAItrAD-fJ ; Iccip:ent (!!n.pei. .'.ret
ftf.ee ( h!ii and l ever, etc.
hl'EClAL I'AD-$Jl : Chronic Liver uLd Mom-
.... . I""n llot'r. and Ma. aria.
M LEEN BELT- $5 ('; Enlarged leen and
, . Liver hlu l l.ill fake.
INFAM I'AD-; JO: l'rever.:a:ive ar.d cure of
1. ho. ci a li.fuLH.in and Summer
, , ., 1 Atxillarie for Nenov.
HUDi J'LASiEIlS-V'c ! and circu'atlve Trouo
. 'i'' throwing oir ul-
I-I OT ' pair ' trtict:oL and reajov
,1 li.tr pain
. , '1 Auxnarv f.r co!C. rilik
AP.SORITION SAI.T-1 beadavli. t.r.:ubne of
box i;; fcoxe. $ i'.j extrtn.ltli. etc.
Fur farther Information a to citene reached by
the I'ad and It Auxiliaries conm.t our pamphlet.
HOLM AX LI V Eli TAD CO..
Koon:itLj Slmer EailClm. St. Lo'j;. .Vo.
1 O. SCHTJH,
S..V Ai ret! fr r then.:e.f :l.e L'OLMAX LIVEK
I AD CO. s KEMLMISju
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will end one of our HEALTH RESTOR
I NU I'ADS to any Invalid aft.ieted with Liver
(rrnp.alnt. CHILLS and FEVElt, INDK.ES
TluN. COSTIVENF.SS. Ncrv.u: HeariacLe.
ypt-p!a. Nervou Debility ai.d Impure HitKid.
if they will end ti thi:r nn.ptom and ad
dref and a.'rie to end n f J.mi if It eflet
a cure to their entire atin'i.ellon. oihemi-c
there will be no charge. We will do tl.i to eon
vinre the public of the ruperior va.ue ut a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all we :.t A thi offer
will ufctttariiy he limited in tismber. we hope
therelorc, an early application will be made. Ad
urec, ery liepec!f'i'.!v Your.
1TJ Elm ureet. Clncinuaii. Ohio.
rby!c:L pcal: In Term of i'raife in favor of the
CiNnsNAH, June 18T1.
llav'.nc had omi'cotuleratle acquaintance with
the operation of the l'ud. I cnu ioncieticiou!v
recommend it a an excellent remcdv in ail the ill
eae for which Dr. Forbe rouLelr it ic.
Mi. J. HALLOW ELL.
' 2TG CtorKe Street, ciucluLutt.
What licv. Joeth Emery, the well-known City
Cincisnati. Inr.e SO. (-:Ci.
Havire had a loiu arqtialntancv with Dr. Forbe.
1 am i.t!rled thnt whatever he recommend he doe
o co:cieiaiotitly, ana will prove till thev promlne.
KV. .KisETH EMERY.
Extract from a few of the .Many Letter frequently
received at the O'.tice.
One my: "I feel that vour I'ad have aved rav
l'fe." Another ay: "Vour I'ad ha jtift reached
my cae. It hi. entirely removed my coMivcuef
and conequent Sick Headache." Another write:
Yotir I'ad attended trlctly to buine. and In
forty-einht hour I felt a well a ever." Another:
'Your l'nd hcnred me of lUlllonsiie and a tor
pid Liver. I am better thun I huve been la twenty
yearn." Still another my : I rave endured all the
horror prowinout of a torpid Liver and D,vpcpia.
After.niuc your pad ail thcel!l left me. ' One
more: "1 nave ued your I'ad with perfectly ati
lactory reul,, and cheerfully recomend them to
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
The Safest. Knuieet nnd Bout ever
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
A pnrely vceetablo compound, not doctored with
poUonou liquor. bin(tdrv a uetitio cathartic mid
tiffectlve tonlc-urc to ettectnnlly erne otne of tho
niot common and painful ilieae that buttle roed-
icul klll. Thoe Who hnvo heen riired when III!
other mean fulled. lntlv av: "It. I the Kreuteft
lileIii(j of the atto." "1 believe 1 thonld not wow
be alive but lor It. rhvicluuin rejjnlar practice
any: "It work like a charm and effectively."
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
nrif the KIDNKY WORT catnot othorwlfe no
niadily obtained, we will mail kparkaec, nre tmld.
on receipt of tho rlce. one dollur. WKLlrt, HlCH
AltDBOiJ & CO., Proprietor, UurllnBtou, Vt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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fo regular advertler we offer mtierior induce
ment, both u to rate of charge and manner of
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for It in New York.
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to the public art at all time acceptable. Rejected
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Letter" ana communication should be occrcsecd
E. A. liurtett. Cairo. Illinoi "
The Cairo Prices Current.
OfRee Washington Avenue,
The Cait.o TmcEa CfniiES? : publithcd every
Taeday and Friday from the'off.ce of The Cxmo
Eru-iTis. and i Intended to Rive a true report of
the condition of the market od day of publication,
and the publisher trr.ta that full and complete
quotation will be givea by the buinci men of the
TERMS. Ote cent per copy. On all order of
85 or more, of tame date, the 5bcriher' name
will be priLted without extra charce. Order for
extra copie men he received by 10 o'clock.
on day of publication.
TnrRsDAT Evening, June 5, 1ST9.
The weather lias apain turned warm and
the mercury is up among the nineties.
Business is stendy, without any excite
ment in any of its branches. Prices as ft
rule are well sustaineJ.
FLO UK This staple rules steady as to
prices. Stocks are very scarce in medium
and high grades. Low grades are in fair
supply. Receipts are very liirht owing to
country mills having shut down for tht
HAY The market is not quite so active
and buyers are inclined to shade prices.
The market is better supplied.
CORN There is a good, strong demand
for white and only a limited amount offer
ing. Mixed is a little dull.
OATS The market is bare and none
coming in. There is considerable in
quiry but no sf.cks.
MEAL The market is stiff and supply
fair. Prices are firm at quotations.
BUTTER Overstocked and very dull.
EGGS Plenty and quiet.
FOULTRY Choice spring chickens .-.tc
scarce and wanted, other kinds arc plenty
BERRIES Red raspberries are begin
ning to come in. First arrives sold read
ily at $3.00 a crate. Ciwics strawberries
are scarce and in good demand.
TOBACCO iestw-rdav w;is the master'
day of the season so f,ir as pries were con
cerned and closed very rm, having reached
a price not attained this season. To-day
prices have been maintained fully up t
yesterdays' figures, and several new buy
ers on the the breaks made things looks
planters are happy.
Sales aiul Quotation:?.
NOTE. The nrlre here clven are for alc from
rirft hand In round lot. An advance 1
charged lor broken lot:n lillirg order.
200 bbl Varlon
i) " Fancy City
lui " Choice Family.
J00 " Variou
100 " choice
... i Ma no
... 4 0l35 .VI
(00 bbl. City.
..$'.' SOfta 35
1 car in acks.
Mcdltprriineau $ W.'p.t 00
White Wi4 H5
Red !i3to i'7
8 car Red Ton f
1 car prime Timothy
1 cur Choice mixed, in mull hide
ScarEwt edL'e Timothy
1 car choice Timothy
Scar mlxtjd .
. 14 00
10 00311 (K)
Rear white in ack 4(1
7 car mixed, in bulk .' ff;
5ciir white in bulk . 433,4s
1 cur mixed, lu bulk
1 car, bulk...,
1 car In ack.
lOpkc chlce Northern packed 14(3,15
boo lb. Illinoi
MMlbt. eholc Northern llllhol 10
M.lh, Southern Illinoi HtfStIO
4tt0 lb, choice Northern , is,ig
H tun w lconiu iafril4
400 Ibi. "isreaso
800 done ti
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING,
J'J coop mixed thicken 12 25
10 coop hen it j
j "i' inui cuicKen. imaii
J coop hcu
iricrac poor alrawberrlci.,,,
9 urn 00
a 0U&! BO
5 Shu. taudi
H i bit. tand "
Scaiei red raphcrrle
.14 00(24 as
55 bbl. new Totatoc
30 hbli. new potatoes ,
5 7.V&3 00
K (.(,' choice
AMI )h. Ham P. 8. C
3000 lb. Clear Bide
fet. John (1 40
V M1 110 OftJlO iffl
Fcacbe. halve and quarter! 2'iHiV
Apple, bright sZ&3
Choice nay $
5 hhd. N. O. Sugar
Pry Flint u
Dry Salt 0
J2 00 8 .V)
.... S iKfa, 4 00
.... Ortft-ll on
.... 7 muVi 50
8 SOU 4 50
.... 7 OCftlS 00
.15 nm,t50 on
Medium Leaf 4 SU& 6 50
RATES OF FREIGHT.
New Orleans Flour
Pound freight ,
Vickmxiuj Flour . . ,
Pound frelcht 10
Way frelcht below Vlcktbnrg, 5 and JO oenta
RlVEli WE.VTHEU BUSINESS.
There is nothing to say of business the
same state of dullness continuing that has
characterized trade for the past month.
There was IT feet, 5 inches on the guage
lat evening a rise of 7 inches in 24 hours.
The City of Alton is overdue.
The Vint Shinklc is due.
The Paris C. Brown will probably pass
The Alice, from St. Louis for Pittsburg,
passed up Wednesday night.
Frank Galigher went to Paducah on the
Champion last evening.
The Ste. Genevieve passed up from
Memphis for St. Louis yesterday morn
Tiic Nashville returned from Cape Girar
deau last evening, and goes to New Or
leans this afternoon.
The DeSmet returned from Paducah last
evening, with a good trip of fiieght and a
large number of people.
Tho Champion is now carrying people to
Taducnh for fifty cents, including meals.
She leaves this port every afternoon at 3
o'clock, landing passengers at Paducah be
fore bed time.
The City of Greenville, instead of going
through to New Orleans lias taken the
place of the Gold Dust in tho Vicksburg
trade. She was duo from St. Louis last
The Thomas Sherlock, Captain Lew
Kater, arrived from tlie Ohio on Wednes
day night and lay in port all day yesterday,
making additions to her cargo. She had a
big trip for New Orleans.
Capt. Bill Hamilton,' accompanied by
Captain Woolfock, of St. Louis, who is
putting in his time watching the vork as it
progresses on the transfer boat North Pa
cific, at Mound City, were in the city yes
terday. The Iron Mountain arrived from New
Orlenns. She picked up at Columbus two
barges of old railroad iron, and lias in all
five pieces, one of which is loaded with tho
framing and decking for tho new barges
being built at New Orlenns for Grey's line.
The Champion seems to bo cruel in her
persecutions of her poor little adversary,
tho W. A. Johnson. Every morning now,
when the Evansvillo packets arrivo nt Pu
ditcali, they do not transfer their freight to
the little victim lying ut tho wharf, but
taku her in tow and start down tho river,
reshippiug their freight as they come, in
order to keep tho Johnson within a respect
able distance of the Champion. This is
bitter work tor tho Johnson people, but it
must be done.
Wn.vT a screnmerl is tribute often
paid to a crying baby, but Dr. Bull's Bbv
Sjrrap by alleviating the pains of the little
one soon stops the crying.
DIX0X SPRINGS, ILLS.
yiieso springs will bo opened Juno 10th
under the management of tho new proprie-
tors, who would respectfully announco that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, largo and
capacious dining rooms havo been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scencryj and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of f 8 per week. Special rates to lomilies.
J. R. BnowN & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1879.
WIRE SCREENS, FUJtXITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
ana kept on sale. Repairing and uphob
stenng done on short notice. 1 have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
ICE! ICE J ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacob Klee.
AT THE PLANTERS HOUSE.
S. M.Johns. Terre Haute; W. ,W. Wil
son, St. Louis; John R. Jenkins, Scott
county, Mo.; Wm. M. McArther, St. Louis;
Louis Hulen, Vincennes; F. Guth, Ev
ansville; N. P. Mason, Bolivar, Tenn.; L.
G. Stanfield and wife, Texas.
Groceries, New and Fresh. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Shller.
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
FM. WARr. .
Would an irredeemable currency be
as good as gold? While there is a very
large clasf of intelligent citizens who
believe it would, we regard it our duty to
all alike to say that as a cure for old sores,
cuts, bruises, jams and slashes, there is noth
ing like Carbolic Salve. Beware of coun
terfeits. Ten Cents WoitTn. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remenilier the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
John J. Stelzer lias removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by II. Houpt. He has a large stock
of jewelry ol all kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His silverplatcd ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, way ffelow anything ever
yet offered in this market. His watches
and clocks are also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, and always guarantees
hi? work. Try him.
The coneral dancing da, lact of the eaon. will
take place Saturday afternoon at .' o'clock. Parent
and friend of the pupil are invited to attend.
Room and Board, f 3.00 and $4.00 per Day
Path-room nnd I'urlor extra.
All Modern Improvements
OILMOUR & SON'S, Proprietors.
FREE TO ALL
LIFE OF 0HRT8T.
WtIO ragp,, Over OOO Illustrations
Free to all uhn ... ....i. .
in i.n.ij..rr.... " .' ",l ,r auu ix cents
ID postage Mamp. Addre.
HTATKH HOOK A BIBLE CO.,
178 it ihu Elm St., Cincinnati, O.
NEW (il'N SHOP,
II. E. INCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
CdlMierrlal Ave., opptifltfl Sevf nth st.
CAllto, 1 t t 'ILLINOIS.
Gnus, riuiolH, Salon and Locks Repaired.
ivcys aiaie to order.
CHOKE BORING ON BUE ACII-LOADINO OVH8
A ail'UUAL l'Y.
All Wort tfiiarantnml utUfti.tm. !,.... .....
uauumWobWuidatanyuihwplawlB the city,
JUNE 6, 1879.
A Specific Remedy For All
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
For Dl billtT. T.O Of Vmnrv. Tr-'annaltlnn ,
Exertion or Buelucaa, hhortne 'of Breath.
Troubled with Thonshta of Hieae. Dlnme of
iion. i-ain in tne Hack. Chct. and Head. Ruh of
Blood to the Head. Pale Countenance and Dry Skin.
ji iucpc pvniuiuai are anowea 10 no on, very
frequently Epileptic Fit and Conmmptlon follow.
hen tho constitution become affected it require
the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen,
and tone op the ytem wulch
DOES IN EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known, it 1 procribed bv the
mot eminent phyaician all over the world, lh.
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health,
. Female Complaints, etc.
Headache, Tain in tho fhonldcr.. Cough. Dlzxl.
ne. sour stomach Eruption. Bail Tate in tho
Mouth. Palpitation of the Heart. Pain in th re
gion of tho Kidney', and a thonnnd other painful
eytuutom, are the offprlug of Dypcpia.
Invigorates the Stomach.
And stimulate tho torpid Liver, Bowel, and Kid
ney to healthv action, in rleun.lin. tkn hin..i ..r
all Impiirltie, and Imparting new life and vigor to
tho whole ytein.
A lnglo trial will be mfflcletit to convince the
motbeitatlugof its valuable rctncdlul qualitlcr.
PRICE U PER BOTTLE
Or Six Rottles lor $5.
Delivered to any addre free from obervHon.
"Patient" may consult by letter, ruceivlng tho
sume attention a br calling.
Competent phvlciau attend to correspondent.
All letter should be ddreed to.
II. T. 1IELMB0LD.
Druefflst and ChemiHt,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
Xew, Fot und Klecant FnMertger,
32UJAMES W. GAFFS21-
U. W. THOMPSON
Will Mil Round Trip Ticket from Cairo. Metrop
rad".C1h 1n(1 Hnl'll.toClnelnnatlind r-v
tnm. irood durluit tho month, of Mav and June,
iMnl'.r.S "'"'""om n Port) for ten Dollartt
Cincinnati offer more aitrnctlon ta viltor thoaa
two month than durlnit nil other of the year,
Ajd wUblufi to favor excurltmlt, I make thia
.IimtE'1 v11' '? ? 8njf , "NUR to make the round
1. J.1l,0.J:or,.U APe,r,lcn.n ""'"Kerfeat commence.
Jiiuellthi Ijemer Walluck. thu Great Tragedian :
Madam Andurnm, the Champion Walker: and
b"hcrcVtUD' lh" world"r,'nowlM!,1 Hvvlmmer, will v
I (The Animal In the Zoological Garden will ha'1
111 luBir funmiht quarter, snilllto sroat Dry
mi ''"'"ce-Uhe Ha.nnr of American Kaahlon) ;
will have prinir and ummer open'mr until
Aiulwltu tho "Hill-top Ituaort. free
to all, the "Pari of America" will bu eten when
THE "RAFF" CARRIES A FULL STRING BAND ,.'
A good time ! promled. Invito your friends,
and join ti In a trip. ,
leave Cairo, p. m., Friday May Oth. Monday'
Mayjf,. Friday, June 13. .Moudav. Juno iW. Fri
day, July 18. Your, Heupcclfiillv.
ROBERT W. WISE.
JOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant SJdewhccl raesciigcr Steamer
Si CHAMPION Si
A.J. BIRD -....-.Clerk.
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Paducah, Metropolis and way landing. Cor
freight orpaMago apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Flkm Cit.vEitT Master
rriuuy, jnne h, at i p.m.
.iiouuuy. done 'J, at 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURO.
CITY OF HELENA.
Isaac McKia Muter
Tuesday, June 3, at i p.m.
CITY OF GEENV1LLE.
A. J. Carter Mastes
1 bun-day, June 5 at 3 p. m.
Saturday, June T at 5 p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
John T. MeConn
Tueeday. June:). atlOp m.
Wcdm-day, June4. nt 10p.m.
CITY OF ALTON.
Tbureduy, June S, at noon.
Georuc W. LrsNox Master
Friday, June d, at ti p.m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. H. B'.ake Muster
Sunday. June 8, at 10 p.m.
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Office,
Capt. THOMAS. W. SHIELDS. 8upt.
TEACHERS & students
Wtoiw r I3WPKK
MONTH during VACATION . For iull particulars
Addre, J . C. McUCHDY 4 CO., Chicago. Ill
The only combination of the true Jamaica Ginger
with choice Aromaticf and French Braudy for all
S'il TO S"lYirt I J'ollcloudy invested in
7-0 1U OOUUU I woll t., lav the founda
tion for tnhtantial fortune every week, and pays
an 1 lmmeue preccntage of proflu by tho New Capi
talization Syewm of operatingin Htocki. Full ex
planationon application to Adam, Brown fc Co.,
Banker, 2ti Broad t. N . V.
TT 4 ! C1TT1 . Pie
eao write for larpo
-LJjiXli OXri.HlQstrated Catalosu
RIFLES, SHOT GUXS, REVOLVERS.
Address, (ireat Western Gun Works, PlUsburtf Pa.
AN ABSOLUTELY PCKS ARTICLE
JJ nrrauterl to ki'eo pickles forvear.
Thirty-one year fn the market.
Consumer should lnlt upon eelng our brand 00
the barrel when buying.
Dr. WM. ALEX GREENE,
Write: Trhoii-rniivaint. v,i 1 ..... ....
ed the virtue and etllclency of Culden't Liaaiu'g
Lwi'iD Extiuct op Hsrr in my private practice In
case of ircuerii ili-hllln- ..Ln.. J. ."....
. r u'i'i evi.ou.
U.Vncn In. Iok of nimetitu un.l n, .
when medicine had proven morn than usele. f
hive found t the best remedy I have ever ued In
chronic alcoholism, when the roniach I alwar lr
rttuted mid food equired to nourish. Sold by all
Leudlug Druggl!. '
r nuruouiii return cverv week on !foclt Olitlou of
J-.1i - ;.v - Km - Adrlre.
T. POTTER WIGHT CO., Bankvr. SI WJ1 St.,
ne wul pay AgenutuNtmryui IPv per mouth.
tit eiprTi.ci, er nl lew a lame cummlMimt, ipm-iI eur
new ml woiiilr tlnl Invumom. HratAatv'Kiv
hun;iti i, Aildreui-umiM.il t Co., itniiuU.itlua.
CJT7TTTO F. C. RICH 4 CO. Portland.
nrjl II Malue, for bet Agencv Butilie la
in the World. Expeulvo outtlt fruo.
$77" '"""lh and expetie guaranteed to AgunU.
' ' Outfit fret). Shaw & Co., Augusta, Mulue.
$777- YEAR and expense to agent. Outtlt froo
' I Addre, P. O. VICKKHY, Angustu, Maine.
AD VERTISE.M ENT?r X'm
newspaper for 10. Mend inc. for 100 naso
pamphle'. P.P. RoWELL fc CO , N. Y.
fpOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
A STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
M OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO.
John T. Hennie;.
HAVIKO established hi work at tht above men '
tlonod place 1 better prepared than ever f
mjnitfaeturlug Mem Kugine and Mil) Machinery.
Having a 8Um Hammer and ample Tool, th
nianalaetiir of all klndf of Machhiery, Railroad,
bteamboot and Bridge Forging made a iclalty.
Espeelal attention giwt to repair of iv -lie is d
Bra Ctlr of all triad u4fl.orJ ' '
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