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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, lss2.
11E DAILY BULLETIN
OirriCE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
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OFifKlUL PAPER OP CITT AND COUNTY
Wear aiilh:riatd to anaaunco that K. A. I).
VVIl.ll ANKS, of Jd(rroii conuly, U a candidate
for Clora oflne A illatu Court la thu fourth
Uirlni.m uf lliloulo. lahjnct tu the duciilou of a
c.aveui loo of th Duiiiocrailc party
W ' authorised to announce thu nnnia of
WALTKIt WAIt')KU a candid e for tuo ulllcu
ut'Coui) y J itddi) of Aloxandur County.
Wo ;ir antliorlxod to Rniioiliiro Justice JOHN
II. KOUINrlO' ei au Independent candidate lor
County Judirc at the coming Noveinour uluctlon.
We am aiilhon.od to aiiuonuus Mr. MILES VV.
l'AKRKIt aa in tnilciuiirtnl candidate for treaa
urer of Alexander count; at thu coming Novomhcr
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tu thi column, eight ccnla per Unu for
drat and Ova cenu per Una each ulMcquenttnaor
liou. Kur ouo wouk, aocouta per lino. For one
n.onth, ftUcsnU pur lu. '
Olnistead and Winter, auctioneers, wilt
sell at 10 o'clock this morning at their
ale-rooms household goods of every de
scription.. Sale positive. It
Two desirable lots for residence on Cen
tra street, between Washington avenue and
Waluut street. Apply to
8. E. Wilson,
No. 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo Street Ry. Co. will receive bids,
during this week, on 500 yards dirt to be
delivered on Poplar, north of 21st st. For
particulars call at ollice on 28th st.
C. V. Nefk, Supt.
Planters House for Sale.
This flue hotel is now offered for sale.
Terms cash. Address communications
Gt Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, 111.
DeBauus 50 Ohio Levee.
ICE! ICE 11
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, uiy
icehouse and office is at present Rt the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, te
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will he
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
DeBauns 56 Ohio Levee.
Southern Hotel aim Restaurant
Leo Kiel) desires his friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition ttiau before the tire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and bods for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, finu liquors tor the
thirsty, is the rule. Qivohiin a call, tf
in market at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee
Summer Exctirslou Tickets.
Thu Illinois Central railroad has now on
alu excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Deuver, Puublo,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. Hates low.
Call or address J. 11. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBauns 50 Ohio levee.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to puuip out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fsir prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Keceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted atub, suited to any business, manufac
tured sod for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DeBauns 5(1 Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumeia of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in CunditPs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
tint the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
A OOOD BAUQAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
In Tuk bulletin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, rong time
and low rate of interest. The building
has 'rented for the past year for
fifty to' sixty-two dollars per mouth.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
trick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 43. Hs a frontage of 50
feeton Washington avrnuo and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II Oberly, Bloom
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant i
No. 23 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avi,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In lhaao coinmni, ion cent per Una,
tacb Insertion. Marked
Mr. 8. P. Wheeler returned yesterday
from a business tour north.
Mr. O. F. Meyer, of Mound City, was
in town yesterday.
See notice in special locals of auction
salo this morning by Messrs. Olmsted &
Mrs. W. P. Wright has gono to Wau
kesha, where she will spend thu balance of
Two more victims ol the Gold Dust,
disaster wero hurried in St. Louis day bo
Jj M. Bnmbrick was fined ten dollars and
costs by Magistrate Comings yestorday for
selling liquor without having first obtained
Mr. W. II. Axe, of Hot Springs, Ark.,
is in the city since yesterday morning. He
is hero only on a short visit, and will ro
turn homo to-morrow.
Mourning over the adjournment of con
gress is confined to Washington boarding
house kocper. The congrens which hss
just did has not mado a record for wiso
Mr. Peter NefT, the baker, nephew of
Mr. Poter Ncfftho whilom merchant tailor,
is now thoroughly established in his new
bakery on Commercial avenue between
Twentieth and Nineteenth streets.
The entrance to Tub Bulletin news
and editorial rooivs Is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job ollice is closed
after seven p. in. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street eutranco open. tf
Tho clerks of the national board of
health were dismissed Thursday for want
of an appropriation to pay them, but 422
new clerks were appointed in the pension
A match game of base ball, for fifty
dollars a side, between a picked nine from
among the young clerks and busiues men
north, and another from among thoso south,
of Eighth street, is spoken of and will prob
ably tako placo to-morrow afternoon.
Negotiations aro pending between
Mr. Harry Walker and Mr. C.
B. L. Beard, P"rretary of the Paducah
Racing association, looking to an engage
ment of the Comirjuo band for the great
races which aro to come off in that city
Mr. Foster, of Clmtou, was in the city
yesterday, looking for tracks of d burglar,
or some burglars, who blew open his safe
at Clinton a few days ago, and took there
from 300 cash, some watches and postage
stamps. No traces were found here.
Fanny Brown was arrested yesterday,
charged with stealing a silver watch, a
dress and a bod tick from her hostess. Tho
dress she had on, but tho other things could
not bo fount!. Her caso was contiuuod by
It takes a compositor with his mind
on anything but his work and a proof
reader who never obeys orders, to knock
the sense out of anything from a small
paragraph to a business card. The butch
ering done to Mr. Seba3tian Barth's card
yesterday morning is a fair sample of wiiat
tho two can do in that liuo when they try.
AtOlncyin tho 4lth senatoral dis
trict tho Republicans had a very inharmo
nious, and sometimes, a rather disgraceful
convention this week, the result of which
has so displeased a largo body of Repub
licans that they have joined tho prohi
bitionists and will help them to put a
ticket in tho field aud elect it.
Since yesterday morning we learned
from several citizens young citizens
ol a romantic turn of mind, that there was
an unusual display of celestial light during
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, nights,
visible even in Egypt this Egypt. Shoot
ing-stars with long trails of light were nu
Extensive preparations aro being com
pletod by the Young Men's Democratic
club of Cairo for their grand rally Monday
night. Not only will there be bon-fircs,
seats, music, etc., but speakers of note,
among them Hon. D. T. Linognr, the Dem
ocratic candidate for thu geuoral assembly
from this district, ami the Hon. Mosser
Ward, of Charleston, Mo., a good speaker
of unimpeachable Democracy.
To-day is the first of a series of meet
ings to be held at the Baptist church and
other places in this city by the Alexander
Cuunty Sunday School convention. The
meetings will continue until Monday even
ing inclusive, ami will be veiy interesting
throughout. The songs of the Carman
family, so celebrated in this part of the
state, will bo a couspicuous feature of every
meeting. The attendance will be largo.
Winners in options at tho St. Louis
Merchants' exchange are afforded rare en
tertainment and excitement in tho work of
colluding their winnings. Milwaukee and
Chicago operators who think of taking a
hand there should know that a battery of
lawyers and an unlimited Block of patience
re as essential to success as bait is to fish
ing. We aro well along jn August now.
but the Juno deal is still worying tho jury.
The omission of a line in a card pub
lished yesterday morning over tho signa
ture of Mr. Bartb gave the reader the 1m.
prcssiou that Mr. Fred. Koehlcr, or some
other ICoohlor had made an ugly remark
about Mr. Earth's boor, Such an impres
sion is wrong. No such remark was over
made by Mr. Fred. Koebler or any other of
the dozoa or more of tho Messrs. Koohlor in
this city, and, so far as is known, no dif
ference exists between Mr. Barth and any
of this numerous family.
Horse-thieves are very numerous and
very activo of late. Yesterday Chief Myers
received three cards, notifying him that
liorseB had been stolen from as many dif
ferent places within the last fow days. A
dapple gray horse and a buggy were stolen
from Danvillo, Thursday; on the eainoday
two horses were stolen from Ramsey, III.,
and on Monday an iron gray borso was
stolen from Mr. R. II. Benson, of Monti
The work of decapitating the brick
house of Mr. Kobler, on Ohio leveo, oc
cupied by Mr. J. Lehning, goes on lapidly.
One by one tho bricks aro being railed
from their bod of mortar and slid down a
long, steeply laid skid, in ordor to prevent
their being demolished and pormit their
use for othet purposes. The bouse is about
seventy-five feet high and tweuty-five
wide. It lias stood for many years but
one of the walls has begun to show an in
clination toward the south to an extent
that it was deemed, dangerous.
There is prospect that tho prohibition
ists in Illinois wil make a goneral fight in
the coming campaign, and in Chicago and
in St. Louis, thoso ( opposed to tho move
ment aro organizing for sen protection
It is proposed to make a square issue with
tho reformers and for individual liberty,
and tho anti prohibitionists of Chicago are
confident they can bold their own. The
loss occasioned by prohibitory law in
crippling industries which men have spent
in building up would bo very heavy in the
lake city, though not bo great probably, as
would in St. Louis in a similar event.
Tho Keeley motor is attracting some
attention again, because stockholders iu
Mr. Keeley 's enterprise at last got disgusted
at waiting for results, and had a court ap
point an expert to decide whether or not
tho matter amounted to anything. This
expert. has now lor sometime kcu associa
ted with Mr. Keely, and has become about
as mysterious and prominent as the in
ventor himself. Ilefutimates that Keeley
is in earnest, that be endangers his life in
this work and that cue revelations will bo
made probably about tho first of tho year.
Chicago and Cincinnati are united in
the opinion that tho creator made a great
uiistike when he nwide thu Mississippi
river. At any rate tho editors of tho Chi
cago Tribune and tho Cincinnati Com
mercial agree that they could have done
the thing better if they had had the mak
ing. Tho mistake He who made this
globe was guilty of all lies in tho section
of the river from Davenport to Cairo. If
tho Almighty hud only been as wiseastheso
editors ho would have shunted the river off
to Luke Michigan via Davenport aud tho
Hennepin route, so that Chicago might
have monopolized the upper and Cincin
nati the lower river.
On Thursday one of tho nicest of all
the series of barbecues so far held in this
county for tho benefit ot the several candi
dates for county ollices took place at Rock
Springs, near Thebes. Rock Springs is a
beautiful Bpot ; the sceucry thero at this time
of year is charming. Tho barbecue proper,
which consisted, of courso, of meat and
other eatables, and of refreshments, was a
pleasant affair. All the candidates were
present, also a large number of constituents
ot both sexes. Tho candidates did good
work each for himself, and all for tho man
or men who managed the barbecue. Among
the prominent orators of the occasion were
Hons. John Hodges, Miles W.Parker, S.J.
Huniin and John If. Robinson.
It now appears that the man Hamil
ton, the fluent talker, tho grey-haired old
horse thief, was more guilty than at first
supposed. Ho did not even ask permis
sion of any ono in Pinckneyvillo to tuko
tho mare for stealing which ho was ar
rested at Metropolis Wednesday. Ho took
the mare without tho knowledges of auy-
ouo but himself, and it was not known who
the thief was until bo was arrested. The
discovery of tho mare at Metropolis whore
ho had tradetl her off for a horse and ten
dollars cash, ami a description of him from
his victim there, lead to his discovery aud
arrest. He has a bad reputation generally,
having been engaged in sovoral escapades
in different parts of this statu before this,
which would have sent him to the "pen"
had sn effort been made to do so.
The prohibition convention with some
dilllculty came to an agreement on tho fe
male suffrage constitutional amendment
question. The general sentiment was iu
favor of declaring in favor of the submis
sion of a female suffrage amendment to tho
people, but it was difficult to reconcile the
different opinions as to thu language in
which tho opinion of the convention ou this
subject should be expressed. At last the
proposition was separated Irom the pro
hibitory amendment. Tho question was
then taken on tho female suffrage resolu
tion, ami by Its adoption the convention
declared that the prohibitionists of the
state are in favor of permitting tho peo'plo
to voto against giving woman tho ballot.
An amendment that the convention favors
female suffrage was laid on the table.
On Sunday, the 20th instant, the em
ployes of tho St. Louis aud Cairo railroad
on its entire line will have a picnic at Red
Bud, a picturesque rural resort, about mid
way on the line. An excursion train will
start from here for Red Bud, taking on all
the employes and their families and Biich
of their friends as they invite, botwoen here
and that point, and will bo met
thcro by a like train from East
St. Louis. The Cairo party has inado
arrangements with Mr. Harry Walker by
which Prof. Al. Gobs' cornet band is to
attend the excursion from this end of tho
line. The East St. Louis peoplo have
also made arrangements for tho presonco
of a celebrated St. Louis brass band. Tho
two bands will ; of course, each seek to out
play the other and wo feel safe in betting
that Prof. Gobs and his band will "tako
A country man came over from Mis
souri or Kentucky yesterday, bringing with
lim a calf which ho sold, and promised to
deliver, to Mr. Fred Koebler. Subsequent
ly, before he had deliverod tho calf to Mr.
Koebler or received any money therefor,
tiuding that he must make haste or be left
by the ferryboat, he sold tho calf to Messrs.
Hinklo & Son, delivered it, received ten
dollars cash, anil then left. Messrs.
Hinkle & S.mjhad tho animal taken
to their slaughter - douse and killed
and dressed ready for the market, all uucon
ciousof what awaited them in the near
future Mr. Fred Koohlor learned that tho
granger had "gono back on htm," and, be
ing deterniicod not to be thus beaten out
of what he hvl bought, ho Bwore out a
writ of replevin aud got possession of the
doad c 'f. Messrs. Hinklo then also swore
out a writ of replevin and again took pos
session of the calf and have it now on salo.
A Buit will bo thu result of it, of courso.
A disp ttcli from Columbus Ky.
under date of August 10th says: "Mr.
Albt-rt Lower, formerly a traviling sales
man for. Dr. J. II. McLoan of St. Louis,
ami well known in that city, and a half
brother to J. I). Roberts, druggist of this
city, was murdered hero by somo unknown
parties last night. Mr. Roberts wos ab
sent, leaving bis house in charge of Lowe),
who slept iu a room in tho rear of the
drug store. This morning Roberts' house
keeper called at the store at an early hour
and fouud Lowel dead on the floor in his
night clothes. The thieves had entered
tho house from a back door iu a room still
in the rear of Lowel's bedroom, robbed the
cash drawers and took two or three pistols,
anil tho circumstances indicate that in
their attempt to leave the house Lowel
detecetd their presence, sprang from his
bed, and in his attempt to prevent their
escape, was shot dead. Tho ball entering
tho left side of his neck, passed through
the spinal column, fractured the vertebra,
made its-exit.lrom the right side of the neck
and lodged in a wardrobe. Mr. Lowel at the
time tf this tragedy was traveling for
Messrs. Glover A Nichols, drnggists of
Detroit. Much excitement prevails here
over the sad affair. Mr. Lowel leaves a
wile and two small children. No clew to
tho murderers and thieves as yet, lut ac
tave efforts will bo taken to bring them to
There is no end of monopolies here.
Tho telegraph, which, in England, is as
free to all as are the mails, is a mouopoly
heie; railroad monopolies discriminate as
they please; telephone monopolies, miuing
monopolies, quiniuo monopolies, newspaper
monopolies, oil monopolies, monopolies, in
short, of evtry kind abound, aud now
another is threatened on an article in com
mon use. The telegraph announces that
the wholesale grocers of Philadelphia have
just been served with a notice that the
price of matches will be raised henceforth
from 25 cents to $1.50 per gross, according
to quality, and tho likelihood is that
grocers of other cities will soon receive
similar notification. A great stock compa
ny has been formed representing 20 man
ufacturers with a capital of $5,000,000 and
this etock compauy proposes to furnish the
country with matches at its own figures.
A congressional act in regard to the stamps
on motclics was hoped for to relievo tho
country of tho monopoly, by making com
petition practicable, but such action was
not taken and with the adjournment of con
gress, the combination promptly shows its
hand. Another tax is thus levied indi
rectly on all classes of peoplo, rich ii.nd
poor alike, and another croup of schemiug
capitalists ( aro fattening on tho public.
There is not the slightest doubt that this is
a g-ent country.
A report from Hickman, concerning the
condition of the victims of the Gold Dust
explosion, says that of those remaining there
John Ltuglois, Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, L.
P. Day and Frank Libke, aro all doing
well. Henry Hayes, ThouiasGibson, Henry
Washington, arc still bad. James Wash
ington is very bad. The dead buried at
Hickman aro: William Robinson, of Ed
wards, Miss.; P.J. Fitzgerald, of St. Louis;
Newton Coleman, of Ohio; Manuel Victor,
of SL Louis; Thomas Breuk, of Warren
County, Ohio. Thecolored buriod at Hick
man aro: Henry Hayes, Memphis; Oeorge
Washington, St. Louis; John Evans, Mem
phis; William Hall, Memphis; Jeff Walker,
Memphis; Jeff Thornton, Kansas City Mo.;
Walker Howard, Memphis; James Day, St.
Louis ; Sidney Dre wery, St. Louis. Of those
who went to St. Louis on tho City of Alton
Cpt. McCord aud two or thrco others were
able to leave the boat alone and went to
their homes, but tho remainder ot tho badly
hurt were carried anhoro on stretcheis and
cunveyod either to the Marine or tho City
Hospital. Low Gray, one of the pilots, was
taken to tho home of dpt. Carter in the
(tiiburbs, where ho will In carefully nursed.
He is badly hurt, but will recover. The
persons most sTiomly injured are Law
Gray, pilot; Henry Evans, fireman; Thomas
Beck, deck sweeper; Henry Stutsman, pan
tryman; Pat Fiiz,'t!ial I, watchman; Sol
Price, mate; and J unes Welch, Peter Ru
dolph, ami two others, mines not given.
John O'Neil, deck hand, and another of
the crew, name not obtainable, died on the
Kloomingttiii Hiillutiu: "Much de
nunciation has been showered upon the
Mate board of health, and Dr. Rauch, the
secretary, has been made tho Bubject of wit
in not a few of the newspapers. The Bul
letin has occasionally sent a good-natured
shaft at' tho doctor and tho board. But
justice requires that the eflicacy of tho
board and the iudustry aud the competency
of the secretary idiould bo recognized. In
the matter of the yellow fever In Cairo in
1878-79, Dr. Rauch was never-tiring in tho
dischargo of his duty, aud we are confidunt
that to his vigilauce the people of that patt
of the state are indebted, for the tact that
thedssease was no more fatal than it was;
that in 1878 it was promptly stamped out
and in 1870 its presence in the state was
prevented. In the matter of the late small
pox epidemic, tho labors of Dr. Ranch con
tributed in a groat degree to the skillful
handling of the discaso by our people and
its complete stamping out. Ho undertook
his work in the faro of many difficulties
ami tho hilarity of thu wits of the store
box and street corner. But with his pecu
liar pluck lie stuck to his work, and as a
consequence, there is not to-day a small
pox case in Illiuois outside of Chicago ami
only five cases in that city. The doctor has
at last successfully organized a system of
reportingand is now receiving a report of
every case that lias been in the state.
By this system of disease reports,
Dr. Rauch will obtain valuable statistics
and produce a valuable mass of statistics,
which will give the history of each case
and the total cost of the disease to the peo
ple of the state. The doctor estimates that
the cost of the late small pox epidemic was
about $500,000. It cost Chicago for virus
alone $(i.'),000, and in this estimato is not
included what wsr spent for virus by private
individuals. A halt million dollars was
expended by the city. At least 000,000
school children were vaccinated."
I had a calf to sell and supposing Mr.
Koebler and Mr. Hagey were in partner
ship told my wile to sell it to either one
that came out. Koebler came first and got
the calf and Hagey became very in
dignant thereat, aud says publicly he will
buy no more of my "slops." This is to let
the public know that I keep as good beer
as can be found in tho city and am inde
peudant of Jno. Hagey.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION TO
The Alexander county Sunday School
convention will convene at tho Baptist
church this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and
again to-night at 7 :'J0 o'clock. The fol
lowing interesting programme will be car
ried out :
2.00 Devotional service. Rev. Bcnj. Y,
2 -30 Organization and reports of com
mittees. 2:45 The cull to work, president II. B.
3:45 Response from the workmen.
Limited to five minutes each.
8 :()0 Prasing the King, Carman Family.
8:30-The King and bis Kingdom, W.
Everybody is invited to attend.
Tho following relates to one of the best
shows ever organized and speaks for
St. Louis Kt'iiuhllcan.
Coop's comic bit on the times, in which
are caricatured all our leading politi
cians, is alone worth more 'than the ad
mission. Ohio Slate Journal,
The Menagerio and Museum are the fin
est we have ever had hero, but the (3)
three rings and groat hippodrome track
around them aro the features. Certainly
the performance is tho best ever seen here,
from the Congress of Monarchs to the
Comic Entree and Chariot Races. Ono
feature is its originality.
Cincinnati (O) Enqnior.
We thought Coup advertised, but, after
seeing the show, wo do not hesitate to say
that it is not only the largest, but tho best
tent show evor seen in this city, to bo
sure wo did not sco t'10 Horse on Stilts, or
the Salamander Horse, but in a show bo
superior ouo can overlook these shortcom
ings. BCURLOCK NOMINATED.
Special to TIib Bulletin.
Anna, August llth. Tho Republican
senatorial convention of tho fiftieth sena
torial district convened here to-day. Full
delegations from all the counties in the dis
trict were present, also a largo number of
people from tho surrounding county here
and from other counties.
Tho convention couveuod in the forenoon
and pertoctod its preliminary organization
which had been begun at Cairo at a meet
ing held at the opera house just after the
congressional convention adjourned
there. The committee on cre
dentials reported all counties represented
by .properly appointed delegates. Tho
Damron delegation from Alexander county
was admitted to seats. There were but '
two or three ot tho Thomas delegation
The proceedings were very harmonious,
and quiet almost to dullness. It was in
marked contrast to tho Cairo congressional
There were Boveral candidates before tho
convention, but tho most prominent were
Mr. Hooves, of Union county, and Mr. J.
M. Scurlock, of Jackson county. Both were
put in nomination by friends in neat
little speeches and then the balloting bo
gan. It was evident from the first ballot
that there would not be much of a fight
and that Scurlock was much the stronger
man; and the second ballot decided tho
matter, Scurlock being nominated and
greeted with loud cheers. Mr. Scurlock
whs loudly called for for a speech, but re
sponded very briefly, as ho is not at all a
speaker. It was late in the afternoon be
fore the convention adjourned.
If You are Ruined
in health from any cause, especially from
the use of any of the thousand nostrums
that promiso so largely, with long fictitious
testimonials, have no fear. Resort to Hop
Bitters at once, aud in a short time you
will have the most robust ami blooming
I have a food lot of Ono huIMtiis sand altnvu
hlub water that I will deliver to any perron in thu
city limit for ono dollar par yard. Order may lo
loft for me with Heha.ttan Ilarth, corner Four
tecDtband Watbltiirton avenue
AN 8 ar 10 horee power upright i'iit;tn), In food
condition, and la foot horizontal 2 tluu boili-rn.
with all the valvoi, plptt. new beater, drive well,
w alcr tank, etc., new rinolce Ma k all complete,
price iio. Apply at Tua lluu itin. tf.
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MILL AND COMUISNION.
FLOW GRAIN AND HAY
Hiurhest Caah Price Paid for Wheat.
D Stoves 13
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S Tinware. S
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. HK08H. rr.ldent. I P. NRI'P. Vlro Proa'nt
U. WELLS, Ciishler, T. 0. KnrtU, Ano't cnolt
P. BroM Ca'ro I William KIiilo. .Cairo
relet Non" " I WlllUm Wolf....
C. M Oatarloh " ICO. Patter
E. A, Buder " I II. Well
J. Y. Clem. on, Caludunla,
A GENERAL BANKING BU8IN KN3 DONE.
Exchange sold, and bought. lutereit paid It
th. Navlnm Department. Oolleotloui mado aud
all buiinM promptly attended to.