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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OlTlrej Bulletin BnildlJUC, WMblngU.n Avnn
RVIKKhl) AT TDK POST OIWC IX CAIRO, IL
LIKOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS HATTER.
ymciAU PAPER OP CITV AND COUNTY
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thin column, eight ccnu per lino for
trU anil five cenu pur Una each lunsuqueut li.er
lion. Kor one month, W cents per line.
That CapUio Wm. Avinger, of the firm ot
AvingcrA Tharp, intends to connect an
other link with Cairo, by putting in adkily
paUet troui Columbus to tairo, ior mo
accommodation of the farmers between the
two points, also for the citizens at each
Olid, leaving Columbus daily at 0 a. ni.,
arming at Cairo at 10 a. m. Returning,
Jeaves Cairo at 4 p. m. arriving at Coluin
'mis at 7. p. m. Will be ready for business
lietwecn this and first of August. Captain
II. M. Hampton, master.
The Groat Triple X.
4,XXX Beer," tho finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received iu largo quantities, by 51r. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"trippleX" ib superior to any other beer in
t Ik. rmmtrv. in a root and healthv beaveratre.
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Jlr. Herbert s
and Iry the "XXX."
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at tho office, 1200 No. a book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Keta'l.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Waiid.
rr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Use thePantagph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads And
other printed stationery.
Ovek lO.OOO Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, Sel
leck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
Headache is effectually cured by
WUIOIITS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLB, which
cleunse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haua
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap
est barrow that has ever been offered to tho
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow iiO
acres iu a day, for ten dollars, nil complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to f;ive
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
it just the size ami weight he wants, I will
sell thoyilan with instructions and rij,'ht
to make one, tnd send it by mail for one
dollar. If viliago mechanics wish to make
Jt to supply t!;dr customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
list, a. Hutchinson, Unggaville, Pike Co.,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice Iu thce commna, ton eetiM per line,
each inicrtlon. Marked
Smoke Schuh's ''Gilt Edge."
A new crossing has been laid over
Washington avenue, on Fourteenth street.
A new double bumper is being con
Btrueted for one of the many tracks in the
Illinois Central railroad yards.
-The residence of Mr. 7. Reiser, at the
soutehast corner of Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, Is being repaired and ad
Lost A liberal reward will be given to
tho finder of small package, containing a
pair of bracelets and a ring, if he will leave
the sumo at this office.
Messrs. Ilinklc, Moore & Hiukle
report tobacco firm nnd growing scarcer.
Last weeks sales were about sixty-five hogs
heads. Check books, order bonks, receipt
books, etc., done on ahort notice at Tim
Ui'i.i.RTiN oftlce. Stock and work guar
anteed, pfuti "rock Iwttom."
THE DAILY CAJKO BULLETIN; WKDK
The ditch across Tenth street is being
tilled up again, the sewer having been laid.
The jury in the case of Aaderson
Glenn, is in charge of Deputy Sheriff Guy
Morse and stops at the Planters house.
Tho remains of Patrick Corcoran were
taken to Villa Ridgo yesterday. Services
were held in St. Joseph's Catholic church.
Iu tho Auderson Glenn case Messrs.Leek
Mid Warder are the attorneys for the de
tense and States Attorney Damron tor the
Messrs. Boicourt and Newland's water
tanks are now nearly finished and a con
ducting pipe has been laid down Tenth
street to Commercial avenue.
Larjje invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes all colors, sizes 5,0, C) and 10
just received at The Bulletin ofltec.
Gt samples and prices.
The Ohio river was eighteen and
tl.reo quarter feet above low water mark
y sterday morning at eight o'clock. From
that hour until six iu the evening it rose a
quarter ol a foot.
Eight hundred founds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and cst-
lock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Brums office,
Washington avenue corner Twelfth street.
The Paducah News says that the tele
phono line between that city and llenton is
an assured fact. "Only about $100 more
in subscription is needed, and work will
begin. This amount is expected from Pa
A fight between Phil Hervey and
another negro attracted a large crowd to
in front of the Planters house yesterday af
ternoon. A water melon was the cause ol
tjie fight. Some blood flowed and sor.ie
yelling was done, but no arrests were made.
In the county court yesterday but little
business of importance was transacted. Tho
principal case was that of Hudson and
Adams, two men, who were charged with
having cut timber in section twenty-one.
They were acquitted for g'jod and sufficient
A young boy named Robert Embodco,
step-son of Mr. Carey Newsuin, was se
riously hurt yesterday morning, while
jumping from a farmer's wagon on the
ferrylioat Three States. He was Beated on
top ot the wagon, which was loaded with
wheat, and the farmer told him to jump off
while he drove up the hill. The boy jump
ed off at the rear, but was caught by a
large nail or hook, which protruded from
the single-tree, and was frightfully torn.
Dr. Parker dressed the wound, and at last
account tho boy was doing tolerably well.
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. tu.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Ten n., 97; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 83; Davenport, Iowa, 81; Dubuque,
Iowa, 81; tKeokuk, Iowa, 83; LaCrosse,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth Kas., 83; Louis
ville, Ky., 86; Memphis, Tenn., 91 ; Nash
ville, Tenn., 87; Omaha, Neb., 87; Pitts
burg, Pa., 86; Shreveport, La., 101; St.
Louis, Mo., (jl ; St. Paul, Mian., 84; Vicks-
burg, Miss., 07: North Platte, Neb., 94;
Bismarck, Dak., 78; Dodge City, Kan., 09.
Captain George W. Thompson, ot the
steamer Cons. Millar, is circulating a peti
tion among river men, urging him for the
position of supervisor general of the na
tional board of boiler inspector J. It is
argued that the men who have heretofore
filled this lmportau positiou nave
been mostly from the cast
and, though well posted in
all that pertained to their otlice upon the
oceans, gulfs and lakes, knew nothing
wnatcver alxmt the western rivers. Capt.
Thompson meets this objection and is said
to be eminently fitted tor the position iu
Tho law-making it a crime to sell or
offer tor sale any artielp, as butter or cheese
that has I Ken made out of any other sub
stances than pure nr.lk or cream of pure
milk, is as follows: "Whoever manu
factures out of any oltagenous substances
or any compound ot the same, other than
that obtained from unadulterated milk or
cream from the same, any article designed
to take the place ot butter or cheese, pro
duced from pure, unadulterated milk or
cream of same, and shall sell
or offer for salo tho samo as butler or
cheese, or give to any person tho same as
an article of food, as butter or cheese,
shall, on conviction thereof, be fined not
less than twenty-five dollars, nor more than
two hundred dollars."
Our rcgulur St. Petersburg correspon
dent, in his last letter, speaks of another
attempt upon the life of tho new czar as
follows :"I hear on good authority of a fresh
attempt against the life of the emperor. Ar
rangement had been mado for tho removal
of tho court from Gatchina to Peterhoff sonic
ten days ago. - Tho Intention wag to pro
ceed by rail to St. Petersburg, and thence
by steamer on the gull to the landing
place below tho PeterolT Palace. At tho
last moment on anonymous letter was re
ceived by the chief of police, advising that
a strict search should be made on the im
perial yacht which was destined to convey
the czar and his family. Suspicion being
thus aroused, an inquiry was mado, which
resulted In the arrest of a licutonant and
two petty officers of the ship. In posses
sion of tho latter were found explosive
bombs of tho samo nature as those used on
the fatal 1st of March."
Last even'mg, almit six o'clock, a col
ored employe ol Mr, Harry Walke took
Mr. Walker's horse and spring wagon to
tho river for the purpose of watering the
former. The river is very low and the
man drove too far into the water, which
caused the horse to step over the wall and
go under, dragging the rig with tho negro
nnd two littlo children after
him. ,vThe driver bronght him
self and one of the children ashore,
while the other came ashore alone. The
horse, wagon and harness was afterwards
fished out, but not until the former was no
longer among the breathing things of this
earth. The wagon and harness were saved
in good condition. It seems that nothing
short of an accident of this kind will satisfy
driver, of teams thnt, about this time every
year, the river is very low and that there
is danger in driving in too far.
Persons who have travelled, even
though only in the southern portion of
Illinios, and who have observed the clean
liness and nestuess of the littlo towns and
villages, iu comparison with some portions
of Cairo, will feel greatly encouraged at
the spirit of improvement that is now and
has for months past pervaded the
property owners iu this city. It
is a remarkable fact that in the villages
in Southern Illinois, although almost
entirely composed of cheap houses log,
rough board or, perchance, weather board
ing, th general appearance of the whole as
wvl.' as each premises in particular, is
pleasing to the eye. The reason of this is
that the rough boards are covered with
whitewash, fences are not allowed to assume
an irregular, serpentine shape; door steps
are not allowed to rot away one by one
and the houses themselves are kept in good
repair, and decorated and surrounded
w ith climbing vines, shrubs, flowers and
trees. In Guru, property has been sadly
neglected in years goue-by and the result
was that wherever one's eyes were turned
he met with old delapitated than tecs, both
little and bir, with roofs partially caved
in and shingles all warped, with the sup
ports rotted away and standing in every po
sition but perpendicular, and the whole
ready nt any moment to collapse. This is,
of course, an imperfect description of tho
worst specimens. There were other prem
ises and are still, which were mainly in
good condition, but which everywhere,
from the front gate to the crown of the
chimney, the bore signs of total neglect.
But these relics of former ' years are
gradually passing away. It must be with
the greatest satisfaction that persons who
can appreciate neatness in all things, con
template the many improvements, both
grea and small, that have of late been go
on in all parts oi the city. No one who
has been accustomed to live for mouths and
years in a half finished, weather-blackened,
generally dilapidated little old shanty, sur
rounded by an old tumble down tense and
an infinite variety of rubbish, has any idea
of the absolute repulsivencss with
which his home is regarded
by the average stranger. A board replaced
with a nail and a few strokes of the ham
mer; o ost reset; a gate rchung; a door
step made new; a portico repaired; the
blackened house, fence and out-houses cov
ered with a coat of whitewash all these
things have a wonderful effect in giving
the whole premise a pleasant appearance.
Add to these a tew shade trees, a flower
bed or two, and you have a
perfect paradise in comparison with
some of the miserable home
steads, which meet the eye in some por
tions of the city. The Bulletin appre
ciates fully even improvement that is made,
no matter how small it may be, because
it is thus that the whole city,
in time, assumes a new drew;
and it is for this reason that Tuk Bulletin
sit faithfully records and, by recording, cp
coursges, every change for the better that
appears upon the residences and business
houses in our growing and prosperous city
The health officer pro tern, Officer Geo.
E. Olmsted, has distributed alout twenty
notices among as many citizens, ov .iers of
property, asking them to construct, or re
construct the privy vaults upon their
premises. According to an ordinance
appnved July 8ih, 1881 all vaults
th'Tcaficr to be constructed or reconstruct
ed are to Iks lined with brick and to Iks
three lei t six inches long and eight feet
deep. It is a sensible ordinance, a strict
enforcement of which against all persons
upon whoite premises the building or re
building of vaults ii required by tho laws
of health, 'Ai l In- ponhirtivM .f much good.
Thetub system would probaby have worked
well enough if tho city had employed a
number of teams to keep them empty; but
as it was, tho "diiruw ij did not provide
this, but left it with the
owners of the tub to attend to. The
consequence was that iho system woikcd
very badly the tulm were a nuisance and
greatly detrimental to the public health
bee hi they werCtiever properly attended
to. There are now iu the city a number of
persons who imc these tubs and they should
avail themselves of the new ordinance to
get rid of them. There arc also a number
of persons who maintain vaults that should
bo condemned and these persons will no
doubt all lie notified by Officer Olmsted to
remedy tho evil. Rut tho question may
well bo asked: "Is it well that the work
of cleaning out vaults fdiould be
done in midsummer, while
nil decaying and putrid matter is so apt to
produce germs ot disease?" Experience
and a duo regard fur tho health of the com
munity would answer in tho negative. It
has been a habit with the rily council to
KSDAY M0UN1NQ, JULY
apiKiint a health officer at tho approach of
warn weather and discharge him at the
approach of cold. This has always been
done after due deliberation, of course, and
with a full kuowledgii of the fact that
tho officer had waited for cold weather, in
order to prosecute his work ot
cleansing the city most vigorously. Any
one, who will give the matter a lew
moment's thought willjut otico admit that
the action of the council in this respect, is uot
suggested by the highest wisdom. For a
number of years some of the worst places
iu the city, among them a number of
vaults, have been sprinkled with a little
limi and tar and then covered to await cold
weather when they were to bo cleaned out.
This action has always lcen approved by
the board of health and by those who were
able to judge of the effects upon" tho atmos
phere and the public health if these 8ink9
of rottenness were stirred up during
the heated term of the year.
But when the timo arrived that would
permit of the cleansing out of theso places
without prejudice to tho public health, tho
health officer was discharged nnd, as a
consequence the vaults and sinks have re
mained undisturbed for lo! theso many
years. If it was dangerous to clean them
out in former years, it must bo more dan
gerous now, because they are in a worse
condition now than they were then. If
would be well if the council would take
this matter under serious consideration and
adopt a plan by which the health of the
city may be better served.
Mrs. McLean is in Chicago.
Mr9. James Johnsou has returned from
her visit to Iowa.
Mr. C. W. Cheara is the Cairo agent of
the Mobile & Ohio railroad.
Mr. George Lentz and daughter left last
night for Zinesville, Ohio.
Mr. W. M. Cook, the new agent of the
Iron Mountain express company at this
point, is quftu sick with a bilious attack,
at the Planters house,
Mr. Charles Mason, of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad office, kit this morning for
Cape Sar.ry, Iud where he will remain
alxmt one month for the health and pleasure
of himself and his wife, who accompanies
Mrs. Melvin nnd daughter, Mrs. Gordon,
mother and sister of Mr. Lem Jlclvin, ar
rived yesterday from New Albany, Ind.,
having been called here by a dispatch an
nouncing the dangerous sickness of Mr
Melvin at the hospital, in this city.
Judge Browning opened court yesterday
morning at nine o'clock.
P. D. Mulkey, of Elco, charged with
having sold liquor without license, was tho
first case on docket. He was found guilty,
but his attorneys made a motion for a new
trial, which was granted.
Jam'js Sheieic", in whose possession the
gold watch of Tuney Fogassi, plead guilty
to the charge of robbery and was given one
year in the penitentiary.
The next case was that of the negro, An
derson Glenn, who is charged with the
murder of another ncro named Moses
Justus. Part of the forenoon was taken
up in securing a jury in tho case and in
the evening the following men had been
selected : B. D. Davidson, David Brown,
Pres. Brown, George Wooden, G. W. Hea
ter, Frank White, Vf. IJ. Hubbs, James R.
Block, Joseph Hutchinson, W. P. Red burn,
R. D. Logan and Thomas Smith. The tak
ing of testimony will begin this forenoon.
Criminal business was dull yesterday.
There was only one police court open in
the city, tho dignitaries who
wero wont to hold forth in the other two,
having gone to Chicago to attend the
In Magistrate Comings' court three cases
wero tried, as follows:
Charles Storr, arrested by Officer Myers
and Mahanny for disorderly conduct, was
fined five dollars and costs.
Joseph Lotticr, arrested by Mayor
ThiBtluwood for violating section
five of chapter fifteen by
being drunk, was fined one dollar and
John Galighan, arrested by Officer Ma
hany for simple drunkenness was sent to
jail for lour days.
Under the above head tho Frccport Bul
letin publishes tho following letter, which
delines the rights of tho telephone compa
ny with regard to establishing telephonic
communication between two or more
Western Union Teleoiui'H Comi-amt, )
Sui'ERintbndknt'h Or pick,
Ciiicaoo, July 1 ltd, 181. )
ManK-r, Prenport, tlMnoln:
Dear Sib Tho quostion has been
asked a a to tho right ot telephone compa
nies to build linos of inter-oommuuica-tion,
that is just between two towns
In which the Western Union Telegraph
company may, or may not, have an office.
For tho Information of allconcornud, It has
been decided that they have such right, un
der the terms of tho contract between tho
American Bell Telephone company and
this company subject to the following re
They (tho Telephone companies) can
connect daces with tolephorve lines, and
hire out their use, with telephone upon
them, to the public to converse with. The
conversation must, however, be direct
between two parties at either
end, without any intermediate
repetition, and the parties must themselves
(or their servants or agents) be personally
present ami carry on the conversation.
It cannot be done fr them, or be repealed
for them, by the agents or employes of the
telephone company. Nor can the telephone
company transmit messages or do anything
b the nature of a telegraph business, they
being limited to hiring out their lino and
telephones for conversational purposes only,
as al)ovo indicated. Yours truly,
F. II. Tubus, Supt.
Mrs. L. I). White, long a resident of
Quiney, died in Scotland Thursday.
Quincy rejoices iu a fino new littlo pleas
ure steamer, tho "Daisy Dickhut."
Rood house now claims to be the largest
town in Greene county, with a population
Dr. II. Z. Gil', of Jerseyville, has been
appointed a physician at the Chester peni
tentiary. The colored people of Peoria will cele
brate the Emancipation Proclamation
The Carrollton autiiorites have evidence
to prove that cider is intoxicating, and
won't let it be sold.
The Illinois Pharmaceutical Association
will hold its second annual meeting at
Peoria November 8 and 0.
Frederick Scheider, a Bloomington ma
son, fell from the top of a four-story build
ing into eternity.
Henry G. R imsey, author of "Researches
in the Missisrtppi Valley," suicided at
Freeman. Cause, financial difticultiies.
Since March 1 to date Chicago packers
have slaughtered 1,438,000 hog, against
ljSO'.'.OOO for the corresponding period last
The clearings of the Chicago banks for
last week foot up 141,881,155.10, against
$28,778,432.03 for the corresponding week
Seventy-five horses have been entered
for the I a Salle races, which commence
July 20 and continue four days. Premiums
to the amount of $ 1,000 are offered.
The lumber yards in Chicago on the 1st
instant contained 332,311,320 feet of lum
ber, 142,720,000 shingles, 30,704,313 lath,
120,559 cedar posts, and 3,170,228 feet of
Co. Win. II. Edgar of the Jerseyville
Republican-Exau:;ner, has been reappoint
ed deputy internal revenue collector for the
4th district, under Gen. Rowett, tho new
The Garrison and Vail families, residing
in Schuyler and McDonough counties, had
a picnic in Schuyler county recently. One
hundred and twenty members of the two
families were present.
The government is spending 50,000 in
improving the Illinois river on the west
side ot Greene county, erecting dams, clef r
inir out Buags and drifts and otherwise im
proving the channel.
The Will county board of supervisors has
declared ugainst issuing liquor licenses in
the country towns by 13 to 14, though frotn
some places a majority of the people peti
tioned in favor of licenses.
A Michigan man has made preparations
tu start a hennery nt Joliet, with patent in
cubators having a capacity for hatching
1,400 chickens every 21 days. The hen
nery is to accommodate 15,000 chickens,
who are expected to furnish 10,000 eggs
The Union Mutual telegraph company is
to run a new telegraph lino between Chi
cago an I St. Loins, nearly parallel with the
Chicago & Alton road. 'I he company has
asked tho Hloouiingtoti city fathers for tho
right of way through that city.
A man ran into a shoe shop at Locon the
other day, and threw down a package
which ho requested should bo handed to
Col. Fort. Tfio'package lay rrcglected dur
ing the day as one ot no great importance,
and it was then found to contain $383 in
good hard cash.
Thirteen of the counties of Illinois are
unfortuinite enough to have two county
fairs each, this fall, while two ot them,
V;nnillion and Whiteside, are to have
three apiece. The counties having more
than onu fair within their ljordcrs, respec
tively, are: DeKalb, Fulton, Iroquois, Jo
Daviess, Lake, Livingston nnd WhiUi.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you aro suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection of t ho throat or lungs, wo know
Dm. Kino's New Dihcovkkt will give you
immediate relief. Wo know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
w here all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that I)u. Kino's New Disc'ov
kiiv will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Havr Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
aud Colds, IJoarsness, or any Throat r
Lung discaso, If you will call at Goo. E.
OTlara's drug Btoro,CnlroIlls., you can got
a trial bottlo tree of cost, or a regular slzo
bottlo forfl .00 (2)
Fevers and Intermittent! of all kinds
aro speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
THE GEM OIL STOVE.
Tbli Stove nerds no commenting upon It Is
without doubt the t)nel oil H'.ovo Iu the market.
Themanufscturere have iu.id over 20.000 and
tin y nv fot to hear of one tlmt did uot Klvu Hst
lfacton. Glass Fruit Jars
and Jelly Glasses
OF ALL K1M18.
Pocket and Talile Cutlery,
Butcher Knives of the well-known matufst-tcrin
Oc-i. WiUouaudJoe Kudecfi". A full aHirt mnt
of Tinware t reduced price. Aleo liyht ntujjle
and double iiuggy Ham.-.
DANIEL HA RTMAX.
A COOKING 8T A F. for mlp. with two Iron pet
two talcc pan and twa KndUle: will b told
fur ton dollar. Apply at Bulletin oflto.
OPENED JtXE FIRST.
It l iitil'r'l In Pop; County. HUnoU. In a fptir
of the O.ark Monntaino, lulr way b-t'vn Vkoua
and Oolcond. Iin
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABUSDANCK. The table it uprcad
1 with all the delicacu't or the oawii. The
tr are miner' api-ilug and hpeltb jflviriK,
and their beneficial tuYct arc felt immediately.
J. It. I1KOWN, Proprietor.
8TOVK8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COITKR & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS or JOB WOUK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
HILL AND COMUI8HION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
, HUrhest Cash Prl e Paid for Wheat.
felt ; J3