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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY v MORNING, DECEMBER .10, 1S80.
j. BunoKn.
FOE THE HOLIDAYS
T. Burger
"Havintr in st received from the East
AN IMMENSE INVOICE OP GOODS
For tbi. Kucn, I oro now pn-pured w supply the wanti of cttrj-tody in nttd of
WINTER GOODS
-SUCH A5-
lhrnTiftls. Blankets, Underwear,
Hosiery and Fancy Goods
AT LOWER PRICES THAN THE SAME GOODS CAN HE
BOUGHT FOR ELSE WHERE. OUR STOCK O
DRESS GOODS
COMPRISES ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE
SEASON IN DOMESTIC AS WELL AS IM
PORTED FABRICS.
I Vu-tieulai- Attention Called to our
D riur px r i
1 1
(J iOAK )ErAitTiI li
IN THIS DEPAttTXEXT CAN HE FOUND THE LATEST STYLES OF
Dolmans, Cloaks,
Ulsters and
Circulars
C1
AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
I WILL OFFER
LADIES', MISSES' ASD CHILDREN'S
UNDEBWE A.JR ,
For tire next TLirty Days. In addition to the aWe I would also mention my stock of
LINES GOODS
Such as Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, to be sold at lower
juices than any other Dry Goods House in Southern Illinois
will oiler them.
I respectfully Invite all purchasers to examine my goods
and prices before purchasing.
,J. EUEGEE,
jNro. 1S24 Commercial Avcimi;.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
pyyiCIAl. PAPKK OK CITY AND COUKTY,
KNTKKKU AT T1IK POST OPKICS IN CAIKO, IL
I.INOI8, AS 8KCOND-CLA8S MATTKIl.
T A UK II ISKOTHEKS.
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TAI'.iiK UKO'S Maiiiifac.ttit-inJevvelin,
No. I;' Commercial avc., Cuiro, III.
i.lU'.U. Wr.ATIlKft KI.IMHT .
i:iB. lit.. !' iw.
Oysters! Fi.-h! (iamc!
Fresh oyster, fine and Cut. for sale, uy the
can or by the hundred ! IJulk oyftors re
ceived daily fiom Mobile, mid Ualtiiri'irc
oyster received in cans, direct 1 rota the
puckers, by every express Fish of all
kindd constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the kins among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
yulr". Send your orders to the headquarters
fur oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Houkut IIkwitt, Aif't.
Magnetic Physic lan.
Dr. J. Wilbur, of Chicago, magnetic
physician anil healer, can be found for a
short tinio at Mrs. nm Jiowuras, corner
Seventh and Washington avenue, Cairo.
He baa wonderful succtss with chronic
diseases of all kinds; such as are generally
considered incurablo. No medicines of any
kind used.
City reference Jacob' Martin.
Make a Note of it.
The best assorted stock of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Hol
low ware, Cultery, etc., etc., can be found
at A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
Mr. Fred Koekler's Butcher Shops.
Mr. Fred Koehler's two butcher shop?,
the one up town and the other down town,
on Eighth street, are both constantly stock
ed with the choicest fresh meats und sau
sages of every description. He has suc
ceeded by fair dealing and excellent goods
in establishing for himself and enviable
reputation and a good trade. His places of
business will be open until ten o'clock a. m.
and from three until nine o'clock p. m.
Oysters iu any Style.
Harry Walker has employed an experi
enced oysur man, who was was lormerij
with Tony Fitut iu St. Louis, who can
now be found behind his oyster counter,
where he will serve oysters in the best of
s'.vlc.
Ovr.u 1. 53,00') Howe scales sold. Bur
den, Hclleck & Co., ants, St. Louis, Mo.
Elect io-Vupor Laths'.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia und ail derangements of the system.
Hot li rooms, 12"$ Commcicia! avium-, over
Tabor's jewel rv tit ore. Terms: Single baths,
fl.Ofi: s'ix baths. fVOO. Tivthem.
W. II. AlAKHAN.
Houin'pathic I'liysk h:i.
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W. II KAY.
"r..''t serial Corim. I:. 8. A.
KI'KCIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
No'.kv-lu He. mlania, Hie i ti t a p'-r line,
!nffttini. )
cacti
I At Tat Fil?Miild.
j The eldest and jmrest imported brandies-,
I (enter and oilier wines may lv enjoyJ ut
I the elegnnt Mimple and Idlli'trd r-i f-)f
I Jlr. I'.i't. rityyraM, at the corner of
teenth and Coiniiieri in! : anil horses fat and
fleet, willi every variety of vehicles
I fro:, i ; bu-.s down to n
! . i,n ii :., .. it.... ..i... t:.:.. it
no 1 , ,i 1 1 in i ii i si -i: i tun' 1 1 , i mi, u- v,'1!!
ms Middles and riding regalia. niiiV be had
at the most reasonable li;oiresou n moment's
notice at his "Horse Mnnson". His plaeenf
busines is m connection with the telephone
and all orders received thereby will receive
prompt attention.
New llillial'd Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagida has taken possession
if the building fumcriy occupied by Mr.
Dan'l lUrtman, mi the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
Mtablished therein a billinid saloon and
restaurant. He hw repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for iu a tir-t-ehihti establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his pl.ice
one of the most attractive resorts in the city,
und invite all to conn- oel seeliini.
Heating Stoves.
Forty Wc-.tmii,st'T vliiu 'hts in use
in the city and all give perlcet nisl'mion.
Sold only by A. lla'ley, 113 Connuei . i;i!
veriiic.
For Ken'.
I'ol'.age on Twenty-secoli'l sheet, iieur
Walnut, H". Drilling on (Vos, s'lnt,
in m- high i.cliool, $1 :.().
M. .1, HOWLVV. I'.eul II. till.. Aj., ut.
For Side.
7 iim cottages and atwoH'.wy Inn;.,.' on
ou!h side .Nineteenth siveel, w.( nf Com
mercial ineu'i-. l,"ts !i3xi0n ft. eacli.
'J'itlo fcrli! t. At a barg.ii i,
M..J. IIi.wi.hv, H'tl INtate Agent.
Cooking Stuvos.
The ''Champion Monitor" is the hest
cool: store iu the market for either wood or
coal. Can bn had only at A. Halley's, 113
Commercial avenue.
rtucKltMi's Arnica Salve.
'1 he best salve iu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every rase or money refunded. Price, 23
cents per box. J-or sale by uko. L. () Haiia
( 01 (ill MY HIT,
Grand Annual Hall.
The old K tugh and Heady Fire Com
pany, No. 3, will five their Miami laU at
Washingtoa Ha'.l. ew i ear s eve, Decem
ber 31st. A general invitation is extended
wid a pleasant evening is guarante d to
their friends, .so improper characters will
be admitted to the hall.
W. C. Mf.iinki:,
Wu. Scmnz,
F. W. Citi.uuY.
Committee of Arrangement.
Oysters.
DOWN THKY (.0.
Winter's ohl reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price .f oysters to 25. 35 and
43 cU t r choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and for sale by the
idozen, hundred, quart or gallon, llemem
ber the ttand,
V.'lNTKK S OVSTEII UEI'OT,
On Eighth street.
Another Arrival.
100 bales oats straw ; 5,000 pounds choice
roil butter, at 2') cents per pound ; 200 bids,
apples, at 1 .50 per bbl., for sale by C. M.
Aldtn, 7 Ohio Levee.
Eib.s, Lack Bones, Etc.
In quantities to supply the whole city
and country are now for sale at the packing
house of Hinkle, Moore & Hinkle, on Com
mercial avenue low figures; also leaf and
fresh rendered lard, salt meats, etc., at
lowest market pnee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In th.- co'.nmtn, teu cnl fr lln,
ecu inger'.ibC. url;eii
-Paducah young women say, l'I havn't
saw.
-Navigation between here and St. Iui
is now entirely stopped.
Hazen has not yet learned now to
make the weather behave- itself.
Meer.-cha'im pipes and cigar-holder,
large stock at F. KorMiicyer's.
Mr. GoMsline, of the firm of Gohlstine
id Kosenwater, is in New York in the in
terest of his business.
-The store room of Smith Hro. is the
largest in the city. The firm at present
employs twenty clerks.
Meerschaum pipes andigardioldert, a
large stock at F, Korsmeyer's.
"Frou Frou" will be presented by the
Eunice Goodrich company at the Athene
urn to night tind we have reason to believe
that a rare treat awaits our people.
--Mr. W. H. Walker, formerly proprietor
of the Cairo 'try dock", but r.ow a resident
of M' nipliis. who h is h.-e:i in the city on n
vi.-it for a few days, returned l.owo y -ter-day.
--The cominiini'- ition signed ''Siiiiori
IVt -i," and entitled, ''L"g:-la:ion,'' to be
found c-':uhen: in this ismi'ms a very aMe
one and will be read with profit by all.
slm e it eo'it tins mi ; viliiaVe s'lgg -diori"
and stat'-nients of facts
-Mr. DiV ' li-irry infornis ii:-. through
his friend, City Clerk Foley, (hut heieal'ter
letters from young ladies, r"piesting his
photograph, will re t be noiiced llide.-s ac
companied by half a dollar arid a three
cent stamp. He is right. What is the use
of being beautiful if he can't make it
pay.
A Philadelphia judge decided last
week that "an assertion of sobriety is one
of the delusionsof.intoxication, and, reason
ing the thing logically, when a man insists
that he is sober, it is pretty good evidence
that he is drunk." We mention this fact
for the benefit of Judge Olmsted, Squire
O.sborii and the court ol acquittals.
We are informed by heveral friends of
Mr. Jack Winter that that gentleman will
certainly be a candidate for mayoral the
ensuing election. They claim that l.e is
the be.-t racer that can be put upon the
track and that they will run him whi ther
hisvonscnt is ohiuini d or not. Jack was
not bom in Ohio und is a tiptop fellow,
but has all the attributes ( f an Ohioan who
never well, "hardly ever,'' refus's an
olliei'.
The rivaliy between the WePteri
Union and the American fnion 'I'elegrn; h
companies is now reduced to a lively game
of nip and tiii.k-wi;h public sympathy
about if pi illy beMiiwed. The victory gain,
ed by the former iu one day are hnnd-iinc
ly balanced by the vdr i'.'" it !i"u,ta;;c
necurcd by the bitter on tli-day puieccding
Altooethirthe r.tr"fg',e i, emir enCy h,;, ,
csting to the people, who perceive, as the
result, a still further reduction of rates
It is a source of satisfaction to know that
the American Union cannot and will not
bo bought up.
The weather, for the lost week or so,
has been unprecedented within the last
fifteen or twenty years of Cairo's history
The cold Is extreme and continued, causing
much suffering among the poor classes of
people. The scarcity of fuel ot every des
cription is an additioual calamity, which is
felt very generally and which increases the
evil effect of the weather.
Says the Jonesboro Gazette: "The
blockade ot the railroads, in this section,
with through freight from St. Louis to
Cairo, is alarming, and if it contiuues will
greatly damage to the business interest of
local stations, t'very side-track ou the II
linois Central railroad, from DuQ loin to
Cairo, was tiil'd with freight cars the first
of the week, and there were seven trains at
one time at Anna, last Suud.iv. Vice-Pre
sident Chii k and Mr. Jeffreys, general su
perintcnder.t, were recently in Cairo, and
we trust that they h ive made arrangtinents
to flop the blockade. O.ir business men
cannot receive freight from the cities, and
it is almo.-t impossible to get coal. This
has a damaging effect on budness and will
work great injury if con in't-.-d. All th
ro. iing st.-ck ot the (...no and S:. J. m.s
rat. road seem to oe employ :d in turougn
business although the local freights, wiui
the cxc.'j.tion of coal, are transported.
Pkmimer Martin was brought before
Sqr.ire Osborn yesterday, charged with dis
orderly conduct, tending to d-jbailch the
public morals. The eviu.-nce showed that
on Christmas day he had used ail limner
of foul language to children and ladies
while they were going to and from church,
and that he had, otherwise, acted in a
grossly unbecoming manner. lie was
found guilty of the charge
and fined fifty dollars and costs.
In the cour.e of delivering his decision,
Squire Osborn said iu substance that the
prisoner had figured frequently in all our
police courts for various offences of a more
or less serious character. In his court he
had appeared four times before. Johnson
Fisher, who had aided Martin in escaping
from Mr. Alex II. Irvin, while that gentle
man had him under arrest, was also tried
and, being found guilty, was bound over
in the sum of two hundred dollars to ap
pear at the next term of the circuit court.
We are in ignorance as to the arrange
ments for Mr. Oberly's departure from
Cairo, but, apparently, everything seems
at present to point to a speedy settlement
of the matter between him and his Hloom
ington friends, in a manner that will secure
Tiis valuable services to them. Uncertain
as the result of the pending negotiations
may be, we cannot refrain from expressing
our hear t-felt regrets, which no doubt our
readers feel with us, at the probability
of his departure. It is to be deplor
ed that his pecuniary interests thould
demand his departure from among us
that Cairo and Southern Illlinois can not
resent to him a field sufficiently large for his
abilities, and prospects sufficiently flattering
for his ambition, to hold him here, so that
iie might continue to be for many years to
come what he has been for many years
rrast one of our most valuable citizens.
Almost from the day of his arrival here, at
the beginning of the lute war, to the pres
ent time, Mr. Oh -rly has been a public
character who has always commanded the
highest tsteuin of this entire community.
He has served the people of this portion of
the state in various capacities never fail
ing to give entire satisfaction and gaining
the CO.lf.det.ee of tints-',' who tru-te 1 him
and even the esteem of his enemies. His
v.-.'s.e couti-els were always invoked in mat
ter of public concern and wprmost always
followed, ar, 1 had U, - b riioficri'-r h-cded
than they v,-f re inar:y uro: would never
have been committed by urn who thought
themselves wi.-er than he. Jiat this is not
t;i: time f.r a h-ngtliy t.-idogy. If Mr.
Oberly and his cdimable family no leave
loroth'T parts of the Mate, they may v.-t
assured that they v.ill ever be Kept in
kindly remembrance by the people of
South in Illinois whose whites for their
abundant KiK.ce-.-vi will follow them.
A. MAKX CI.OTIIINti,
A. JVIIJ
u.r .T 3 -J o $ f.- j,y :
I-. ; w y, svA
B.M'''i'i:'--;l'J
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To wait any h i.gcr if jou have not bought an
ON'MliCOA'l'.
mid if ru me in ward of cue now is your best
ihaiice to I UV at lets price than at any time
within my recollection. 1 um not g -irg to car
ry over one overcoat if
lowFiireswillSollTli
Within the hast few day they sold lively, and
my customers have n leiwal ' c,o d value. I
have marked tin m
SHOWN! DOWN! DOWN!
'"SiiTiJ Midi's Cliii!cliilla Cvcr-
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Men's Fitticy Fuel.. I.-.
sters, fli.oo: uolfll
tsi .:,(.
Men's I.'evei'sihlc I'I-
slei cltes, fci l ." to Jr'c'O.
I'.oi 's Dvei'coat.s, !i:j to
o.
Aim (1 I'ijII i i n i i,;
NKOKAVAKi:
ll.-tiiilkr'i'cliirfs,
SilkFiiihrel as
SILK SLsTf.MiF.KS
Mill! I'S AN!)
niavi'Kii.s
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XHW YKAli'S CALLS.
WHO WIM. IIMCI'.M K
At residence of Mr. W. H. Schutter,
Washingom avenue: Misses Nettie and
Jennie Schutter, assisted by Miss
Winuie Sanborn, Miss Lillian Phil
lips, Miss Ada Lester, Miss Iletlie
Korstncyer, Miss Fanniu Stevenson,
Miss Fannie Hinkle and Miss lllhi Ariu
stroiig. At resilience of A. C. (,'oleman, F.sq.,
Coinmerciul avenue: Mrs. A. ('. Coleman,
assisted by Miss Lllio ('olcmun, MissFmma
Lecrone, Misses Klla nnd Led in Tlioinjison
und Miss Ada Van Clove.
Miss Linma and Misn Annie ltiley will
receive ut their home on Walnut street.
At residence of Mr. K. A. liurnett, Mrs.
K. A. JJnrnett, a-sisli'd by Mrs. Ida Janus
mid Miss Mamie Mimn, ol St. Louis.
Mrs W. 1'. Wiight will be pleiccd to
see In r friends, at her residence on Kiev
cnth street.
Mi', (ieorge Firlu-r and Miss Coicland,
will lie "at homo" on New Year's day.
H'hiduiee on Kifteriith street.
Mrs. Samuel I', Wheeler will receive
!!'' w Vein's calls ut her retldaiice,. 110
Walnut ' street, Mis, W. A. 'Sloo, -Miss
Ib.nie A. Wheeler and Mrs. X. Linton, of
llv-iia'.illr. Ind., v.ill be with her.
TKLKPHONK TALK.
The telephone is ju-t lew a source ff
considerable amusenieut to those sub
scribers who have been place 1 in communi
cation with the central office. The wires
are in constant use, often by as many as a
half doen persons at a time, each trying to
out talk the other. Having a curiosity to
know what was passing over the wires, we
yesterday evening placed the ear piece of
the telephone to our ear and overheard th?
following :
"Oh, Speck !" cried some person. i
''Well, what do )u want.'' was the
reply. ;
Hecognizing in the voice that the person
who had answered was not Mr. Speck, the '
reply come, "Your name is not Speck." !
"I expert) so," was the r-joinder. '
"Central oflice! Oh, central office!" :
cried some one else. I
"Well, and what do vor want;" in a loud
tone ot voice not from the centra! (.Mice,
but from elsewhere. ;
"I want to see Tom Hal'.id.iy."
"Yuu can't see him through this," was !
the r.-ply.
Jack 1 .lack, do VwU hear me:" Tl.i- S
whs spoken by tome one to the central of- J
lice. I
"Yes. sir, what is it!" was Jack's reply, j
"Connect ine with I'at Fit.."-ra!d V"
"Who are you ;" j
liefore lie could sav who he a- h tit a I
dozen Voices demanded to know wlut he i
be wanted with Pat Fitzgerald. j
"Want to order a hor.;e and buggy," was j
his reply.
''What do you want a hor-e a:i i buggy
for!"
"Want to take a ride."
"Oh, take a walk,'1 was the fatherly
advice t.:iidered by some one in a gruff
Voice full of seeming disgu d.
"Say, partner," said some one else, "it's
nthrr cold to be out on the wire,"
"You bet your linen duster," was the
partner's reply.
"Havn't got. any. Washwoman carried
it. off."
H .re a laugh in which several per-ons
illdulg"d was heard.
The laugh having subsided someone w.ts
lr ird talking at a feaiful rate, hut m l one
word of wh it was s.iid could be understood,
'futlie Hie! of all others some one effectual
ly squeiched loin with the remaik: "Hon't
put your mouth so ne;ir the tiam oii'ter.
Your breath smells bad." II..' was not
heard 1'iom again.
Some very excellent inii.de on the piano
and on the French harp followed and then,
after duly praising the quality of the
mu.-ic. soiii'.: of the men saw (it to indulge
in rem arks not calculated to raise them in
anyone's esteem.
Tun popular prejudice against proprieta
ry remedies has long since been conquered
by the marvelous success ol such u remedy
as Dr. Lull's Cough Syrup. Used every
where by everybody. Price 25 cents.
JK WKI.h Y ' '!) 1'IAM'S
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L
uy T.r"f-M. mrh ai
Ii;inioii(l. Silver, and Silver
Plat eil Ware
Cold Pencils. Tooth-Picks, Watches.
( lucks and Ji-widry
ot a.l V.:.''.: e.o---l) ii le' :.-il
FOU TUK HOLIDAYS
Iv X A IJ K
Grand Piancs.
Km ln-r-ri-iiit fallr rrsiitnt for ti yr.
A r.l.-. I lie ii.!ue n l:i.inr ULll IT; I llli. of 131 r: t
ill ;:. ( eji.'i li o. i .liilii;li.n.
Al.-i u '"tr r-1-r t ! !..( Is (. Vnttr,' Vrri hsn-ill-"
.i.i.., I." .oM si St. I..-if nail
Ciikiis 1 1 ru-.-. No i.i i a i f iisuy to -
cure liarjii.s.
i:. a. ui;i)i:k,
Kil fi ii inerciiil Ave, Cairo.
NKW AIiVi;i!1'lsi:lKN'l
pnl! SALE.
I nn sai k on Ti'.Aiiv ( i i"-n t.f .nit! f.oimre lun.t
"J'iiitlei" wei i:' Vi:ii Ci!:'(.. hfct:.,ti the form
out el hlch (or n. re to.-I,i en liken ill ruri.er
for biiryli.if rt'.ai !. W .ilselli n at n I urchin
for rush nr It m'.e fer s'.e-k (if nil", kine M.i t me
r.t I'lnnt'T K II. ii '. ,lni :i r -!h ' ! 1 ' tfi . r Vi'ln
Ul'He.Isicoirv lltii ii ed Kali. Jl. II. lUK.'WS
AMl'SKM f'.NT
a th j-; n i; u m.
tui.;:k nk.ius only.
lee. ami ami Jan. 1.
T'i..' T'
.'! yoiilij; Acr".i
NSW YKAK CAIIUS.
a1 v 0 tx ;"Si A m
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I.KIiAL.
, A 1 1 M I N IsTIt TOll'S HAI.K .
.NiiHi i' l lierel.y trivi'ii. tliui on Siita-ilay, tlic r.th
liny nl' iliiiiiniry tie. I, lulveen the liniirK ul 111
o'cli.ek Ui llei fiiieiHiiiii 11 nil 5 nVlerk In I lie after
lifnili ol' khiiI ilnv, lit I lie line .'arm ri-nhiiiirc (if
l-ine Wniil.'r. ilei ens' i. In tnvtilili It s II. '.'
''!!, In Aktareler anil .tuluol IIUmiK Hie per
HDinil )riimtly of h.iM ili'tell'i'il, roi.sNtiiu; ol'
llnl".. MlllIeK, riillle, hd'f, rulillln; ln.ileiMinli
iiihI inm-hltiery nf viinoiiH klniU. Ii"telmlil niul
liliclien finnlture iilmiil a.ium iMi-lieln i.' corn ,
HlMilll Hi Here- nf urmvlilL' ln.'ilt imtl utli'T Mtklex
will lie ilil ut IHll.lie .nle.
TKIlMS OK H LK: i'nrch hu b nf lem Iti in Rv,"
iliilliiin In I'i' ti'i'el in 1 1 -i n 1 : lur tiiHt .ii.e.unt mill
u.'r, mii u ti II of nOiu I'l'inilif, l.e iiurflmii.T
el vllij' mi'e, wllli ii';irnv'"l ..e"rll,
l'HI.IT WW I, IO.lt. Ailmhi'itnlrll.
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STOVES AND TIN'WAHE.
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DAVIDSON'S.
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TIN. COPPER & SHEET-WON WARE
ALT. KINDS OK JDU WOKK TO 0KURB.
NO. 27 EI01IT1I STREET,
Cairo, - - lilinoia'

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