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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFJNOUL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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first and nv Mnu per Hue each t ubseqaent luser-
tioo. For one wsuk, 3U cents per line, fur one
month, 60 ceuu per line.
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Furnished rooms for rent on 0th. street
third door from Commercial avenue.
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manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
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From date until the 20th inst, I will
sell hnnd made boots and shoes, also ladies'
and children's shoes, at actual cout. II.
Block, Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenueB,
No Meeting To morrow Night.
The Yonug People, will not hold a bus
iness meeting at the Temperance hall on
Thursday evening; there will be ono, how
ever, on the usual night, Friday Jan. 20th,
for the purposo of electing a President and
other officers, if necessary.
Miss Jennie Weight, President. It.
Sociable Thursday Night.
Episcopal sociable at Dr. C. W. Dunning's,
Thursday evening, January 12th, 1881. A
short programme will bo followed by re
freshments, music and dancing.
Houseof five rooms and kitchen, next to
court house hotel, on Twenty street. Key
may be had at court house hotel. Apply
to Jacob Kline.
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Kotlcos In the e columns, tea cenu par line,
ten Insertion. Marked
See notice of house for rent by Mr.
Jacob Kline in special locals.
Prayer meetings will be held in the
Methodist and Presbyterian churches this
evening. ' .
See notice elsewhere of the Episcopal
sociable to be hold at the residence of Dr.
C. W. Dunning to-morrow night.
' Wanted; A few reliable young men
as News Agents on good roads. Apply
Western & Pacific News Co.
Tho Ohio river, which has been on
tho decline for sovcral days 'past, changed
its motion yesterday by rising a littte.
FouSale.t A two-bowl, marble-top
wash stand, suitable for -barber shop or
hotel. Geo. Steinhouse, 8th. street, lw.
The Massac Journal nominates Judge
Robert McCartney, of Massac county, as a
candidate for state senator.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for salo at tho Cairo Bulletin
The Mississippi river closed at La
Crosse January 1. There has been no timo
in the past twenty-five years when it re
mained open so late.
Tho brick repairs on the Anna insano
asylum are finished, and Mr. Henry Stout,
of this city, who had the contract for do
ing the work, has returned.
""Mr. B. O. Jones has retired from the
editorial chair of the Metropolis Journal,
and Messrs. Davisson & Malono are pro
prietors and editors since tho first of Jan.
Dalton's afterpiece, "CWy, tho Pi
per," creates unparalelled amusement at
Harry Walker's Theatre Comique this week.
A highly interesting programme every
night this week.
After the prayer meeting in the Meth
odist church this evening, a teacher'iimcetr
ing will be held at which an election for
finnil.u otVirinl nfrtrtiM fnr tliA Ananlnrv u...
will be hold. ,
Tho Georgia Minstrels attracted quite
a crowd after them in their march around
the city yesterday afternoon. Their music
which was mostly of the usual Minstrel or
'hurdy-gurdy" styh, was tollerahly good.
Mr. James Checncy, grocer at the cor
ner of Eighteenth and Poplar streets, sold
out yesterday to Mr. Daniel Ilehl, shoe
maker, on Ohio levee, who took possession
' Messrs. II. Dryfuii & Co., dry goods
merchants of Paducah, have made an as
signment, the asslgnco being Mr. W. D.
eipally in New York and Cincinnati.
Quito a fall of temperature was report
ed in the northwest by Sergeant W. II
Bay's bulletin yesterday afternoon, Tin
state of the weathor was generally cloudy
and will probably bo tho samo bore to-day
The Guitcau trial at Washington con
tinucs to draw large crowds to tho court
room of Judge Cox. Tho argument was
begun by Judge Davidge Saturday, and
continued by others yesterday and the day
Mr. Ilcnry Wolls, who has been sfudy
ing law with the firm of Liuegar & Lang
den for some time past, nns entered upon
his duties as assistant surveyor of tho port
of Cairo, to succeed Mr. George 8. Fisher,
who left yesterday afternoon.
An alarm of fire was rung at East Cairo
yesterday about noon. Tho cause was
small flame in a house near the hotel, which
resulted from a defective flue. The fire
was soon put out with buckets of water,
tho damage to the house being but very
Miss Jennie Wright, president of the
Young People's Temper unco society, gives
notice elsewhere that there will bo no meet
ing of the society at Reform hall to-morrow
night; but that a meeting, for tho election
of olhcers, will bo held on Friday night.
Tho Jones-Illinois Centrail railroad
company case occupied all day in tho cir
cuit cjurt yesterday. Tho evidence for the
prosecution was concluded, and that for the
defenso was begun to bo taken. Much in
tcrcst is manifested in the case by railroad
men generally. The case will bo resumed
to-day and may occupy all day.
Yesterday afternoon's Illinois Central
train waited over an hour for tho Chicago,
St. Louis & New Orleans passenger train
from down below, and left finally without
making connections. Some accident is said
to have happened to tho latter road some
where between East Cairo and Fulton, Ky,
-The saying tllat "a lie will travel a
eaguo while truth is putting on his boots,'
was never more aptly illustrated than in
the recent report in regard to President
Hayes to the Garfield monument fund. Tho
old lie that he refused to contribute ia still
going the rounds of tho press with a variety
of imaginative embellishments, with the
truo report that ho did cheerfully give $250
received bat little notice. Ono of the
meanest things in connection with this af
fair is the publication of the falsehood, in
18 most malicious form, in tho Philadelphia
Prei?, with credit to the Cleveland Leader
A little physical set-to occurred be
tween a white man and a negro on Ohio
levee, near Twelfth street, yesterday after
noon, which might hive resulted in the
death of one or both of them. Having
closed one with the other, they scuffled
from oue edge of the sidewalk to the other,
each trying to throw tho other off. Tho
walk on the inside is very high at this point
and hud either succeeded ia his purpose, or
had both fallen off on the inner side, there
would have been work for the surgeon, if
not for the undertaker. But some one
cried, "police I" and they quit cuffling as
suddenly tin they had begun, and each went
his way in peace.
According to a bulletin issued recently
by the department at Washiagton, tho area
of Alexander county is placed at two hun
dred and thirty square miles; of Pulaski
county, at ouo hundred ninety square miles;
Johnson county, three hundred and forty
square miles; Massac county, two hundred
and forty square miles; Pope county, three
hundred and sixty square miles; William
son county, four hundred and forty square
miles, and Union county, four hundred
square miles, The area of the stato of Illi
nois is placed upon 50,000 square miles,
containing 56,650 acres; and its water
surface is Jeix hundred and fifty square
Tiik Bulletin acknowledges the re
ceiptor a specimen copy of "Tho Season,"
a ladies' illustrated magazine. Tho editor
of tho magazine does not confine himself
entirely to supplying the wants of tho toil
ette, but gives his particular attention to
fashion in furniture, lingerie, hairdressing,
handiwork Buch as, embroidery, netting,
rugwork, etc. Space is also reserved for
fancy work, viz : artifical flowers in every
style, feathers, cardboard work, decorations
of all kinds, etc., which, without being ex
pensive, are of practical use and easy to
make, because of tho minute description
accompanying each design. Each part of
"The Season" contains also two extra en
gravings of historical or national costumes,
all artistically executed. It is sold by all
Tho young blind man John Brewer,
who was swindled out of fifteen dollars by
a confidence sharper Monday, has gone to
Carbondale. Ho is a professional beggar
and is usually very caroful of his money;
but this man Hay who successfully played
the confidence game on him, had been a
friend to him for a number of
years and they always greeted
each other cordially when they
met. On Monday Ray met Brower on Ohio
levee, and asked him whero ho was going.
"To Carbondale," replied Brewer, Ray
asked if he had enough money, and Brew
er replied that he had just onough to pay
his way to Carbondale. Hereupon Rny
offered to tiost Uie oy, who was leading
Brewer, upon a card game and then to in
duce persons to bet and beat them out of
their money. But instead of playing the
ganio on others, Ray played it upon the lwy
and the blind man.. Tho evidence is strong
against Ray, and he was held to bail in tho
sum of three hundred dollars.
Tho city council met in regular ces
sion last night, seven aldermun, tho mayor
and city clerk were present. But little
business was transacted and this was not of
much' importance. Tho most important
was the nomination by tho mayor and con
firiuation of Mr. Ilazzard Martin as city
police officer to fill a vacancy, created on
tho force by tho resignation of Mr. James
Kinnear. Provision was also mado for tho
construction of a side-walk on tho north
sido of Seventeenth street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street, a little
business of less importance was disposed
of and council adjourned.
In consequence of tho continued
heavy rains, the streets of the city are in a
very bad condition, and well deserved the
thrust given them by ono of tho Georgia
minstrel troupe on tho stage at tho opera
house last night. He was addressing the
audieuce upon the subject of "Our Present
Condition." Referring to Cairo, ho said that
a hundred years ago you couldn't have seen
anything but tho bare streets of Cairo and
now now you couldn't hardly see even
them for mud. But while this thrust at
Cairo streets is not uncalled for at the pros
enttimo, it could be made against tbo
streets of nearly every other city in the
state after such cloud-bursts of rain as havo
deluged Cairo for the last week or more,
Chicago Times: "Advertising is the
fashion this year. It is the fashion because
it pays. There is money in it. The ad
vertiser who advertises most makes the
moBt cash. His balance sheet at the end
of the year shows tho best result. He may
congratulate himself. He has giod stand
ing at tho bank. He's 'hunk.' There can
bono doubt upon this point, for the fact
has been demonstrated over and over again
Tho leading business men in every com
munity are the ones who advertise. They
do not leave the public in ignorance as to
what they have to sell and the special ad
vantages they can offer purchasers. They
keep themselves and their ware constantly
before the reader's eye and not only receive
patronage from home people, but attract
purchasers from tho surrounding towns and
country. This in turn builds up the cities,
so that there is certain profit, looked at
from every point in view."
-Anna Advocate: "In this portion of
the great state of Illinois the people who
were heretofore careless in regard to tho
emigration question, are now thoroughly
in earnest and at work awakening an in
terest in the work. We can grow almost
everything in the shape of fruits and grains,
and our proximity to the best markets in
the west enables us to tret the very top of
the market for everything we have to sell
When Cairo actually loads an ocean steam-
er at its immense elevator, then the "boom"
will begin in earnest. Think of raising the
finest grain in tho world right
at the very door of a direct
shipping port to Europe! That
day is not bo very far distant. If congress
will appropriate the necessary funds and
the west should be attended at once in a
while Captain Eads' mattrc6s system will
soon straighten and deepen tho Mississippi
sufficiently to enable the largest ocean
steamers to come direct to Cairo. This may
sound unreasonable, but we expect to sec it."
The president proposes to send a mes
sage to congress on tho subject of small
pox. He will advise immediate legislation
looking to its suppression, but it is safe to
say that he will not recommei 0. such a
scheme as his predecessor, James Jlalison,
had the pleasure to carry out. The pre
valetico of eraall-pox in the winter of
1812-13 frightened congress, and an act
was passed, February 27, 1813, authorizing
the president to appoint an agent to "pre
serve tho genuine vaccine matter," and to
furnish it through tho poBt office to every
body who applied. This agent was direct
ed to send a copy of the act to every post.
master, and also notify every postmaster
how applications must be made for tho
virus. To.maKe too system wora, leave to
frank letters to and from the vaccin ) agent
on the subject of vaccination was granted.
The law never amounted to much, so far as
Btaying tho disease was concerned, but it.
remained in force until May, 1822, or nine
years. The population of the whole United
States in 1312 was not much greater than
that of Indiana, Illinois and Missouri now.
Hicks' Georgia minstrels drew a very
good audience at the opera house last night,
raiuy weather and muddy streetB notwith
standing. Tho gallery and dress circle
were well crowded, and parquott circlo was
well taken up. Tho performance was ex
cellent. It surpassed the expectations of
all in tho house. The members of the com
pany, twenty-one in number, showed them
selves to be men of culture generally and
of talent in the particular parts which each
undertook. There was, perhaps, not a fea
ture which could have been improved upon,
henco there is no room for adverse criti
cism. The humorous;; parts of tho per
formance were fresh ami sparkling, and
never failed to elicit a wcll-moritod, hearty
laugh from every ono in the house. But
tho music and singing were especially fino,
and was always received with loud ap
plause. And this was a high compliment
o tho company, for tho audience wn com.
iposcd mostly of Cairo's best citizens, whose
verdict, thus expressed, may be safely rolled
upon. The company deserved a better
houso than it had. I
It is probable that the neglect of tho
paved streets in this city during dry weath
cr will result in very serious Injury to them
during this protracted rain. Tho accumu
Iated mud Upon them, which was
carried there by teams from unpaved streets
until it 1b now from throe to four inches
deep, prevents proper drainage, holds the
water on the streets, allowing it to Boak
through the pavement, and thus soften the
earth foundation of, the pavement. The
result will bo that tho pavement must also
soon give way in spots and what might
have resisted the wear and tear of wagon
tiro mid horses' hoofs for years, will be
come an almost impassable bog. During
dry weather tho paved streets in the city
must have good care. They must be kept
free from dirt, and places which show signs
of wear must be promptly repaired. Then
there will bono muddy paved streets when
it rains, and no paved streets where, to
judgo from appearances, a drove of hogs
rooted for dear life. Paved streets are
good things, but like all other good things,
they neod care.
Paducah News of Monday: "Last
night about 13 o'clock the Octavia, a small
tow boat, which was moored in Island creek,
near the mouth, at tho Southern' limits of
tho city, where she had been for some days,
was badly damaged by fire and from being
scuttled and sunk. We havo learned tke
following account or accounts of the blazo :
About the hour named, according to the
statement of the gentleman himself, the
watchman had gono below to pump the
boat, leaving a good fire burning in the
stove and a lighted lamp in the hall. On
returning he found the cabin on fire and in
a blaze, and he proceeded to at once awake
a partner who was asleep in one of the
berths, and this being done 'he proceeded
to give the alarm in town. On leaving tho
boat, he had to goto the engine houso be
iore trie aiarm couia oo given, ana soon
after this was done the engine was taken to
f Al 1 til 1
the neighborhood of the fire and arranged
for work, though in the meantime the blaze
had been quenched by some parties with
the aid of a few buckets and before the en
tire boiler dtck had burned away. The
boat was being scuttled while the work of
stopping the flames was in progress and
about tho time the fire was out the boat
sunk, being furthor injured; and now only
her 'nose' is to bo seen above the water.
The boat belonged to Capt. W. I. Pormelee
of at. Louis, and was by him thought to
be worth, as he statud to aNows man, somo
four or five thousand dollars. She was in
sured for $3,000 $1,500 each in the Ger
man insurance company, of Freeport, 111.,
and tho Watcrtown insurance company, of
Watertown, N. Y., which companies havo
agencies at St. Louis. Tho fire, tho owtX
concludes, from the watchman's statement,
was an accident. Contrary to the above
accoupt of the fire, there are other state
ments and some not very flattering rumors.
Responsible gentlemen of that part of tho
city allege tho boat burned by an incend
lary and go so far as to arguo their asser
tions with credence; but of this tho News
An item, published io Sunday's Bcl-
letix with reference to a young boy, who
has bcin roaming about the country with
a Swede, evading his father who offers a
reward for his capture, caused the officers
in this city to look out for the young fel
low. Some timo during Sunday, Jailer
Haz. Martin noticed two strangers, resem
bling somewhat tho two persons described
in Tub Bulletin, and he orreBted them;
but, upon closer examination, hefound that.
he had made a mistake and tamed the
fellows out. Subsequently Mayor Thistle
wood saw them and he, too, was Struck by
their resemblance to tho persons described
in Tub Bulletin. He ordered them sent
to jail and retained until Mr. Helm, father
of the lost boy, should come down and
dentify them. Mr. Helm was telegraphed
to and he replied that, from tho descrip
tion of tho prisoners given in the dispatch,
ho should judgo that they were tho pities
of whom ho was in search, and he request
ed that they be held until his arrival in this
city. He arrived on Monday night on tho
Wabash train, and proceeded immediately
to the jail to identify tthe prisoners. His
hopes ran high, of course, for ho expected
to be put in possession of bis truant son,
who has been roaming through the country
for nearly three years trying to elude his
father and leading a life of wretchedness for
no cause but that he wants to. But Mr.
Holm was again doomed to disappointment
as he had bcon a number of times boforo.
The prisoners proved to bo the wrong per
sonsand were released. What contributed to
their capture more than anything else, por-
aps, was that they were wandering about
the streets of the city their uncouth appear
ance and their somewhat unnatural be-
lavior and Mysterious movements. Close
examination proved that the youngor of the
two, who was supposod to be the loBt boy,
bore none of tho minuto marks of identifi
cation mentioned in the item in Tub Bul
letin, and that bo was oldor than the boy
waB said to be. Thus endeth another chap
ter in the search of Mr. Holm for his run
away boy, which lias lasted for nearly three
years already and been full of bright hopes
suddenly dashed to the earth.
' Col. John Wood went up tho Illinois Cen
l1 rnB4 Monday on a short business trip
Mr. W. P. Smyth is out of the city on
business since yesterday morning.
STUART'S POPULAR and RELIABLE
CASH DRY GOODS nOUSE
LEADER OF LOW and POPULAR PRICES
Announce a groat reduction in prices of Dress Goods, Hosiery Gloves and Underwear
which should attract the attention of cash buyers. Our limited spuce compels us to move
stock and our rapidly growing trade necessitates our enlarge of all departments of our
business. We do not wait for business to como to us but propose to bring it, and are tho
only house in tho city who are busy all the year round. See our great bargains in Dress
Goods at 12, 15 and 20 centa. Dress Ginghams reduced from 15 and 15) cents to
8 and 10 cents. 100 dozen Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hobo to close at 5, 10,15, 20
and 25 cents. . Childs Undorwcar from 15 cents up. Ladies' and Gcnta' Marino Under
wear 25, 35, 40, 50 aud 05.
5,000 yards Hamburg Edging and Inserting will be placed on sale next week at
prices never beforo seen in the city. Bleached and Brown Cotton at old price.
Any Btatementa we make in print can be relied on as being substantially correct and
are always strictly adhered to. Buyers of dry goods will find it to their interest to buy
now, and by giving ub your trado tho coming year you will save money;
C. K. STUAKT.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In the Stain ol Illinois, at the close or
December 3 1st, 1881.
Loan nd discounts t sjS.S'.I 15
Overdraft jui -fi
U. S. bond to securo circula
tion.... an.ftfl ft)
V. S. bond on band 9 (AO 00
Other stocks, hoods aud mort-
KKe W,&jJ 04
Duo from approved reserve
scents M.fctT or,
Duu from other nation banks 1,044 M
Due from .Stato bank aud '
banker U.&t to
Real ectatc, furniture and flx-
tnreg 81.4OT 18
Check and other cash Items. $ 2.W9 97
Hill of other Bunks W,70 00
Fractional paper currency,
nlcke If and uenniea 150 SO i
Hllver 7.426-SV941 0O
I-cqul Tender notci 30,(jO 00 82,6G1 77
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) '22TiO mi
Due from U. 8. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent re-
redemption fund 8 055 It
Capital stock paid in.
I ino.nno no
nurpiud r unu
National bank notes outstand
Dividend nnnaid -
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates of deposit,
Duo to other national banks,
Duu to bluto , bank and
ToTAt 708.851 19
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, Tbo. W. Ilallld.ty, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swar that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Iiios. . luu.nur, c annier,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th dav
of January, lbrsi M . J . Howiir,
Corkkct Attest :
It. II. TNXINHnAM, I
(1. 1). Williamson, Directors.
JJ. H.Caxdks.. I
All persons dolne business whoso license ex
pired December 31st, 1HS1, aro bvrehy notified to
renew their license without delay and thereby save
trouble and cost. LOUIS II. MYKKS,
Cairo, 111., January 3d, 188i. 2w
Captain Hanson Crews, of the regular
army, now stationed at Chicago, was in the
city last week on a few days visit to his
sister, Mrs. P. W. Barclay, Ho brought
with him Mrs. Crews, mother of Mrs. Bar
clay, whois still here. Captain Crews re
turned to Chicago Sunday.
Misses Lydia and Fannio Pitcher return
ed from Anna yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Georgo Dougherty, of Jonesboro, was
n the city on business yesterday.
Misfles Corlis returned yesterday from a
short vitsit to Memphis.
Mr, Qeorgo Rhodes, for some timo past
telegraph operator in the train master's
offico of tho Illinois Central railroad in
this city, left yesterday afternoon for Spring
field, where he takes a similar position on
tho same road.
JUBTICB ROBINBON'S COCRT.
Thomas Kyan was arreBtod by Constablo
Martin and Officer Hogan for being drunk.
Ho was fined ono dollar and costs.
A fellow named Robert Jones (not shoe
maker Jones, it is needless to say) assaulted
aud struck another man yesterday,
the result of a quarrel. He was ar-
reflted by Officer Hogan, and finod five dol-
ars and costs.
K. Watson ia tho name of the whito man,
who was on a spreo Monday ; was thrown
out of a levee saloon for disorderly conduct,
and was robbed of a satchel by a negro,
no was brought into court by Chief Myers
yesterday, and Inod five dollars and costs.
The nogro, , Robert Shepard by namo,
who was captured by Chief Myers aid
Officor Olmsted, whilo In tho act of loading
the whlto man, Watson, around town, was
brought Into court for trial yesterday. The
preliminary examination developed suffi
cient ground for a chargo of larceny, and
be was hold to bail In tho sum of one hun
dred dollars, In default of which he was
taken to the county Jail for tafokooping
until county court convenes. ;
CAPTAIN D. P. CURTIS
Has started bis
A.t Jlfxlges Iark.
Capacity 20,000 Per Dav
And Is prepared to Ml all orders promptly.
JAMES CIIKNKY, Asront.
" Corner Eighteenth and Poplar Streets.
The Choral Society, of Colro, havo mado ar
ranRfmcDts for tne hoi. lint; of a Musical Conven
tion in Cairo, commencing
MONDAY, JANUARY 16 ,
. and ending
Friday, January 20.
The Convention will bs under tho direction of
AY. F. SHEKW1N,
of Cincinnati, who has a well known reparation
a an able conductor. The sessions of the con
vention will no held at the !'rihvtarlan Church at
S p. m. and 7:30 p. m. On Friday evening
will be given at the
Caiho Opera House,
In which It Is expected '
75 OR MORE SINGERS
will take part.
Season tickets to tho convention and roncert
tirkets can be obtained at ', (1. ttcbub's, Rarclay
Bros' and Oeo. O'Uara's Season tlikel. SI. CO
each ; concert tickets M cts. each. Reserved seats
for concert can be ohtalned without extra charjii.
The purchaser of a season ticket Mill rucvivo a con
cert ticket free.
The Choral Society hopes that the citizens of
Cairo will heartily co-operate with the Society lu
this effort t Increase tne Inturest and cultivate tho
tast of our people In mssic. And the Society
most cordially extends to the ctt (reus of tiie cilles,
towns and country ear Cairn who take an Interest
In music, an Invitation to take part in th work ol
the convention, which will embrace Instructions
In vocal music especially In the slicing of church
music, oratorio choruses, English glees fcc
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
IC BY TIL CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SMITING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
o f i a K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
' ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILL AND C01IMIHHI0N.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Pries Paid for Wheat.