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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1883.
V.: y..r N.B.Thistlewood-
Trnrtun-r 'I J. Kirth.
Ckra wrUuU.Ji ruiey.
Oc uimi'lor Win. 11. Gilbert.
iUr.r.a!--L. U. Miners.
nntiu-y-V tilUm Her.drlrss.
miHU OF 4L0IKMC
r'srsi .Vifi--Vm.McHU,T. M. Klmbrougb.
Dotii Ward-Je llinkle, C. N. Unbts.
I lilnt srd--B. P, Blake, John Wood.
K.mrth Ward-Charles U. Patter, Adoiph Swo-
"lnu Ward-T.W. Hailldev.Ernr-.tB. Pettlt.
i ir.- .i- .l i'lkie-l). J.Okt-r.
ClM uHCInrn . II. Irvln.
.imuty JuJ U. H Yocum.
Count) Cler S. J. numm.
f.ouuty Attorney-J. M. Damrou.
Coutiiv Trees.irr-Mile W. piwt.
Slii'il: loiiu Hodge
Cornncr K. Fltaneraltt , . ,
County ComuilM'.onor. T. W. Halltday. 1.
ftlbbe aud pBler Kaup,
lAlit-l ItUTHr. Oqrner Tenth and Poplar
0 rt'a; priacl.log Mt end tblrd 8u..ueye 1b
illl KH OK TDK REDEEMS .Episcopal,
L iwrwnUi .tre..li Saiidar T:Wa m.. Uoly
1 ,t.,pnt. a. ii... Huodav "tool; TOO a.m..
V .nlng leavers; : V- "-. otci I rsyer,. r
'. Inuvup rl. .. T. U. Hector.
i l. -T MflONHY BAPTIHT CIlUHCa.-
V, t.it-. at !. ... P r Vii?.
..; . .ti.l Vr 30 P- m Rr'' T- (,5or,
rv.: KHAN --Thirteenth ,'.r-et; srrt..e lt
I l.'rt:S0 . to-i Hamtay rnX'Hp m. Rev
Kn -i', iat r.
1 K nioDIHT-Oi r. Elghtr- and Waiunt streets.
, Puecitwg SaWtU 11:00 a. ro. and 7: p.m.
anna. ...? at H. J. A. WarrMt.
; 1 1; K ii V TK BI A N--KlKh'-h e'reet: pwsacoLig on
1 p),l..iili at U:on a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prater
T,...i -.Wdoriulay at 7:ffjp. m.; Sanday Schoi
ci. luv It. Y. George, peator.
I itWLlTi t -i Roman Catholic) t'orner Cross
r !.( 'AaY.-tt treta: s-irvlre Sabbath 10:80a.
r ; S itirtnv rnh.wl at 2 p. m.; Ve-pr, 1 p m. ; ar
i,... ji:ri day at a. m. Kev.Oliara, I'riest.
f !'ATK!':K'S -Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
. f,-v ar.d Was'uiigton evenne; service 8eb
im'. ' inJ Ida. tn-; Veapara p. m. : Bonday School
.,. ;.v (..rrU.a Mry day at 4 a m. Bar. MKUirJIl
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
1LLIN0I8 CENTRAL K B.
Mai 8 )J a.m I tMatl 4:i a.m
t.Nceom dauon. 11:10 a.m Exoreaa 11:10 a.m
tKxpraM., 8 !rtp.m AccomdaUoR AM p
C. M l.iM. O. R. B. (JacVaan Roata).
!a'! 4:4!ia.mtMall...... .. 4:)p ro
Kipro 10:V) a m tKxprcf a 10:J a m
tAc'inodatiou p m
h T. L. . K. K. O'arrow Uau )
Kii'r a.m I Kipra 4:34 p.m
Accom'datlon. l:'p.m I Atcom'datlon 11:40 a m
T.L.. I.M. AS. K. R
ExprfM ll:30p.m I tEipreaa :i0 v a
WAHA8H, ST. LOCI8 4 PACIFIC R'TCO.
Vl Ba..., I.Dvm 'Mat) A Ex.... :W) P m
tArffltn'datlon J:S p.m tAccom'datloo 11:10 a.tn
i)aily except Bauday. t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. R'
Mall J:t,n. I MaU.-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
W?Wsri 17ms lmi"Pi
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckictigo.
The Onlv -Line llunnina:
9 DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotios
Tbin La Ciw:
:i:03 m. Mull.
Arriving In St. LoulaMS a.m.; Chicago. H:8 p.m.;
ConntictinK at Odin and Kfflngham for Cincin
nati, Lou tavlila. Indlanapolii and potnta Eaat.
1 1:10 u.m. t. IjOuiB and Wtm
Arriving In Ht. I)ut 7 r- 1 oouuactlng
(r I pmnta Wt.
3 OO V-m. Fust Exproaa
oi 8t. Louis and Chicago, arriving at8t. Lonl
ti): p.m., atid Chicago 7:30 a.m
'.i Qt p.m. Cincinnati Kxprtwa.
Arriving at L'iucl-nati 7:00 a.m.; Lounvllla 6:56
a m.; Irdlanapolla 4:06 a.m. PaMngera by
thin train rtarli the abovo polnta la to 30
HOCKS tu advance of any other route.
r-ThflS:H p. m. eiprew haa PULLMAN
hLKBPINOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehangoi, aud through eleapor, to 8t. i,oul and
Fast Time East.
raSHcllfACI S ern polnta without any dnlay
canaod by Sunday luturvening. Tha Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive, in new Yo'k Monday
twruiog at l'i:8V Thl rty elx hour, tu advanceol
by other route. , . ..
tyfor throngh ticket, and further information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONES, Tlr.nut Agent.
A, H. U ANSON, Gen . Pa,. Agtint. Chlcauo
QEORQB II. LEACII, M. D.
Phvioian and Snrceon.
Special attflntlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
m.'nt of surgical dlieaaes, and dlattaae, of woman
and children. M
Olllpe! On 1 1th ,t,t, opposltn the Po,t Offlr.
R. Vr. O. JOCFLYN,
OKfH K-ttlgUU Stroet, near Comn arclaJ Avenue
H. B W. WHITI,O0K,
Orrioa No. 1M Oommercta) Avenue, bttweatj
XW't'iand Ninth Btraete
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicett Fruite, with
cut coloring, poieonout oil, acidt or artific
ial Ettencet. ttways uniform in etrtngih,
without any adulteration or impurititi.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior ttrength and qual.
it. Admitted by all who have used them
as the moat delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc
' MAKUFACTUBED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
imf l.p.ll. Tm fiM, l)r. frtf't rnu BaklM
r4r, Dr. Frio'. l'b)v tmtmm,
MfKMAKE N0 8CCONDCRADECOODI.
JTgw KIHO AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfected mv arrangement, to
ipply the trde with
OYSTERS AX D FISH,
I CQ Now Oiler as Fttllowa: Oystera
Taken From the Shell Here Freub
From tbe Gulf.
Bayon Cooks m .. .,,.. 1 M per 100
" Hi Ines l it "
Bailno , 78 "
Oyatera In balk 6o "
Oyiiuri ,tandard, In cans 80 "
FRUSU FISH. -
Red Snapper I'm. per t
Croxiee " "
Sheep Head, Ac .. "
Shrtmns. Lob.tn. Cr and Turtle, all In ,ea,on
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TUB TRADE.
RW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest. .Variety Storli
IN TICK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO..
nor. Nineteenth, treat 1 Pa l rn III
Commercial Avenne Infill U III
PROHUf.TOR OK SrROAT'S I'ATKNT
Wholefuile Dealer in Ice.
ICT V THK CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
IMiKD FOR 8UIPPIN0 .
''ax Ioivds a Spwialtv.
ror.Twell'th Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS FUN AS FOLLOWS
on and trrsn mokdat, ootobrr Si.
Expres, and Mall leave, Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.i at Eaat Ht. Louia at
8:30 p.m Arrives at Cairo at 4 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvea at 11:40 a. m. and dc
part at 1:00 p.m.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
H. T. GER0ULU AND
U. P. N E W L A N 1).
AND GAS FITTERS;
DRIVE WKLLS, FORCR AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES Of all kinds fnrnlnhed to order, old flstnrn r
brooaed; Jobbing promptly attended to. Order
received at Danlol Hartman", or at tht (hop,
commercial avenue between
ninbtb and tenth streets,
oaitio . . . . j TjTjH.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COURECTBD DAILY BY CnA9. CCNNINO
8:80 A. M. January 11, He3.
January, j Ptbruary. March. May.
Pork...... 17 ii I I7 i
Wheal... I Vi
Coru.... t-i I lS t
Oats.. . ti)i M MX
U:i P. M.
Janoary, February. March. May.
Pork ... t II7 27 jl747li '
Wkt-at.. H 8
Com.... tlX bin MS
Oat, 86 87K
80 P. 51.
Jan 'arr. February. March I iiay.
Pork..., $i7 1" I TlTvS $17"4
Wheat.. . 9:H 7 t'4 '
Corn.... 5H UH 6i 6S!
Uate.... 86VSH I t 86)j 87
Chicago, January 11, 1882.
Wnea r.7U 14.i8
OaH 10'.4'J5 82,871
W. F L.MBDia, r!yr editor of t'R ilULLCTfii
and iiei.nboit paseair agunt. Ordnr, for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing aoliclted. Office
at Bower' Europeao Hotel, No. 71 Ohio levee.
KTAOE8 OK THK RIVKB.
The river marked by tbe giuge last
evening at this port, 12 feet and
6 inched aod rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 11 6 p. m. River 18
feet 11 inches and rising-
Pittsburgh, Jan. 116 p.m River 3 feet
2 inches and falling.
Louisville, Jan. 110 p. m. River 6
feet 9 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jan. 11 fl p.m. River 13 feet
0 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Jan. It -6 p.m. River 8 feet
1 inch and falling.
The Vint Shinkle from Ciociantti is due
here to-mnrrow fur Memphis.
The R. R. Springer left Cincinnati Wed
nesday evening for New Orleans.
The Henry A. Tyler will report to night
from Osceola if the ice is not too heavy. .
The City of BUon Roue was to leave
here for New Orleaos last night but will
not get off until this morning.
The Andy Bium left Memphis Wednes
day night for Cincinnati but she will btrdly
arrive here before to-morrow q-joo.
The new M.ary Houston from Cincinnati
arrived here last evening at 8 o'clock. She
had a good trip of freight and people and
added largely here. She leaves to-day
noon for New Orleans.
We expatiated on the remarkable weath
er yesterday but one notice was incomplete
as we forot to mention anything about
earthquakes. When it struck us we
thought our time had come.
The towboat Raven arrived here early
yesterday morning. She came after barges
to take up Tennessee river. She received
two and departed some time during tbe
The City of Vicksburg arrived here yes
terday at 11 :80 a. m. from Memphis. 8be
bad over 1,300 bales of cotton which was
discharged here and alio will remain bore
until further order from headquarters.
TbeGue Fowler arrived here last even
ing at 2 o'clock and her officers report
heavy ice running out of Wabash and
Green rivers and also itato that if the
weather does out moderate within 48 hours
that the Fowler will probably suspend bu
siness for a tew days; however she will be
here on time again to-day an 1 thm wi will
know more about it,
Mr. Dunn and bride, formerly Misa Hay
nes of Smithland, Ky , and sister of our
popular young friend, Mr. John Haynes at
the boat store, came down on the Fowler
yesterday accompanied by Mrs. II. K.
Woodward, Mrs. W. W. Wright aud Mr.
John Haynes, all of this city, who went to
Smithland to attend the wedding. Mr.
Dunn aud bride will spend several days
hero with relatives and friends.
Some heathen, are not at much of the
heathen as we think; rcAd a Mohometan
proverb, "God has bottowed the ecod
things of this world to relieve our neces
sities, not to reward our virtues; these will
be rewarded in another world." W
know of no greater necessity to be relieved,
than a stubborn cold, and ws know of no
better relief than Dr. Rull's Cuuh Syrup.
O O A. Ju
D Stoves D
8 Tinware. B
THE INELIGIBILITY QUESTION.
Article V, section S, tf the constitution
of the tato of Illinois, is aa follows:
"Sec, 5, No persun shall be eligible to
the office of govern r, or lieuten nut-governor,
who shall not have attained the age of
thirty years aud been for five years next
preceding bis election a citiz-n of the
United Stutca and of this state. Neithor the
governor, liouteuant-governor, aurlitor of
public accounts, secretary of state, suporin
lenrtrot of public instruction nor attorney
general shall be eligible to any other office
during the period for which he shall have
Iu the face of tbi emphatic declaration
of tbe constitution of the state of Illinois,
there are two of the iuhititod officers of
the state aspiring to another offl)8, in the
gift of the people of the state, during the
period for whuh they were ilacttid. One
of tht so gentlemen no less a person than
the chief executive -ha, or clalmi to have,
a plurality of the members of his party in
the legislature pledged to vote for him in
the Republican caucus. In view of the
declaration of the constitution tbtt he and
other state officers, shall not be eligible to
any other ofBcc, and of the ftct that mem
bers of tho legislature seemingly disregard
the requirements of the fundaments! Uw, it
is no wouder that many of Governor Cul
lotn's strongest personal and political
friends are entering their protests against
his being a candidate for United States
Senator. The Register published yesterday
an -article from tbe Litchfield Monitor, aud
to-day we publish one from the Jackson
ville Journal both strong Republican
papers io opposition to tho governor's as
piratious. These are straws showing huw
the popular pulse bat.
The Register is a Democratic paper, and
it is just as friendly to Gov. Cullotn per
sonally as to aoy other gentleman on the
Republican side who aspires to tho office
of United States seuator. Being a citizen
of Springfield, interested as we are in the
prosperity of our city, we feel ihst were it
not for the constitute n d inhibition, we
would prefer him to any of bis leading
opponents. But as a Democratic paper, tbe
Register is a strict constructionist of con
stitutional law, and a stickler for its obser
vance; and it, therefor.), urges that when
tbe constitution snys tbe governor shall not
bo eligiblo to aoy other office during his
term, it means what it says and should tte
obeyed. Can any other meaning W at
tached to tbe section above quoted I If it
does not make the governor ineligible to
the office of seuator from the sta'o of Mi
nou, to what office does it make him ineli
giblef No other construction than tb at it
makes him ineligible to aoy nthr oflkti
thau t'ueotiu he Alls, ran be gken the
words of tie cous ltutiun. They aro as
biudlng u, on the membors of the lugiula
turu as any other portion of the constitution
Any one who has sworn to support tho
constitution cannot disregird tha require
ments of this soctiou without committing
If the intention of the iuhibit ry sec
tion is taken it makes th ) cose of ineligi
bility s'ill stronger against the governor.
It was put into the constitution to prevent
the abuu of public patronage. It was
put there to prevent the governor aud
other statu officers from using, tho. patron
age of their officers for "p-'ioiinl agran
dibcruent. Such being the intention of
the constitution, no one can tec lociiu his
support of Gov. Cullom with a devot.on to
the spirit of tho law even, to sy nothing
of its letter.
That such a provision is needed cannot
be questioned. If there was any doubt
about it in tho mind of any one it would
be removed could lie seo the horde of
state officials who, for the past week, have
thronged this city in the interest of Gov.
Cullom 's candidacy.
Tho lcttor of the. law, the spirit of the
law, and tho need of the law, all com
biue to emphasize the point made agaiust
the csndidacy of tho governor for th) of
fice of senator.
Tho Rcgibtcr has been speaking to Re
publicans in what It has thus far s iid; for
they aro tho ones who will bo called upon
finally to dofoud . the constitution against
this contemplated Ntaault upon its Integ
But while the Dumocruts aro r-pecUtors
of the present content they are not disin
terested ones. Tuny should tx-rt what
itifluenoo they possess to maintalu the au
thority of the fundamental law of the state.
In doing this they art) not taking sides be
tween candidates. Principally, not men,
should bo the incentives that govern their
actions. The Register, therefore, Hpprovcs
of the preamble and resolution introduced
into the sonato yesterday by Senator Hamil
ton ; they are io keeping with Democratic
views of the obligations of law, and of the
duty the servants of tbe people owe to the
state. They should have received the vote
of every senator aud espocially of every
Democratic senator. We trust and believe
that every Dotuooratlo senator favor them,
although many of them yesterday did not
vote against referring them to the judicisry
committee. Democrats should stand uni
tedly against all encroachments upon the
constitution and laws. Law is held alto
gether in too light esttm nnder the regime
of modern Republicanism. If similar reso
lutions to Senator Hamilton's are intro
duced in the house, which probably will
be done, no Democrat can afford to shirk
tho record. Let Democrats at least wash
their hands of any responsibility for the
disobedience of law.
The sheriff of Northumberland Co.,
Va., Mr. Win. Claughton, says: 4'We have
many good medicines iu our parts, but
nothing which equals St, Jacobs Oil. It
iauntqua'.el for rheumatism nnd all bodily
Track-Laying on th9 Northern Paoiflo.
I lrnvo just returned from a visit' to
tho end of the Northern Pacific Rail
road trnck nnd the head of tha Yellow,
stone valley siiys Guneral Brisbln. What
tin enormous valley till Is 629 miles
long! It would roaoii nearly, in a straight
l'un!, from New York to Chiengo. The
nd of tho North ParMAi; track Is at
Young's Point, on the Yellowstone riv
er, or, niUmr, tvns thoro a few days ago.
Tho ro:td is progressing nt tb rato of
one nnd a half to hvo mi! pr day,
nnd this W'inter will renuh Bmson s
Landing, and possibly BozJtnati. The
traek leave Yellowstone valley at Ron
son's, after having Unversed it for a din
tanee of 400 milo. It strikes tho Yol
lovntone at Glctulivo, runs up to Miles
City, eighty niil.'s; thence to Fornytb,
forty-eight niilos; thence to Hillings, "133
miles, where it croM over from tho
south to the north hsnk of tfle Yellow,
stono. From Rilling it run-' t Coun
tryman's Crofiftoji, ngiu to the north
sidts aud thence to lVuson's. " Hero it
turns tihnrp w.t, up Trail creek
to Badger Mountain and throucrh a tun
nel 2,Ok) f.t long, nod emerges in the
head of the Gallatin Valley, n ".ar Boze
nian, from which place it traverses the
Gallatiu Valley to Helena.
I Srtw tho tracklayers at work on the
Northern Facin road. Little ears, load
ed with iron rails, were dragged! forward
by mules hitched to ropes made fast to
the sides of the ears, and, as fast as tho
iron reached tbe end of the laid rails,
new iron was seized and rushed for
ward. So accurately would tlio hand
lent throw a rail, that it laid whore It
full and was instantly spiked down in its
place. If you stopped to couver! for a
fow niluutes tho tracklayers w,nld got
several rods ahead.
I did not time them, but alont a min
ute was suffleiept to place a rail. In ad
vance of the track-layers were hundreds
of men sizing up th "road-bed, building
culverts aud putting in-bridges. Behind
tho traok-men cams (.corn of boarding
houses on wheels, long lines of oars,
loaded with rails, aud great engines
pushing thorn along westward over tha
new-laid track. It was a sight well
worth seeing, and one- calculated to fill
tho breast of a Western m;tn with hope
(or the future of his country.
REPORT OF TIIS CONDITION
CIT Y NATIONAL. BANK
at Cairo, In tbe State ot IlllDot,, at tb cloaa of
Torember 80th, 1882.
Loan, and dlscoant 887,7 M
Overdraft! 1,J J 09
V. 8. bond, to secure circula
tion 80,000 00
t 8 bonds on hand IVUOO
Other atock,, bond, and mort
Due from approved reserve
agmita ..$ M
Duo from other National bank 18,480 68
Da from btftte bauk, and
banker, W,30J 7ft 1M.880 88
Real estato, furniture and fix
ture, m 88,400 37
Premium paid 48 80
Checks and other caih item. . 8,8 81
Bill of other Bank 1S,81 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickel and pennies 880 00
Oold $,787 00
nuver a,Mt oo ae.aii so
Legttl Tender not, 80,000 00 78,434 81
Redomptlon fund with U. 8.
Treasurer, (8 per cant, of cir
culation) 8,830 00
Due In.m U. 8. Trea.nrr.
other than 5 per cent, re-
dotnptton fund 1,800 00
Total. T80,H 78
Capital stock paid in .. 100,000 00
Surplus Fund 180,000 O0-J3",0r0 00
Undivided Front 4,478 88
N attonal bank note outstand
ing 15,000 00
Dividend unpaid i,CH) 00
Imllvi'iual depoalt, anblccl to
chock $400,831 OJ
Dttuiaud certificate, of deposit, 18.8H) ii
Duo to other National bank, 8,808 DO
Due to Hut bauk, and
bankors SS.TVT 8 47,8'B 48
Notua aud bill, re dlacc.uutei 0,0D 0J
Total $ 700,3 a 75
State of Illinois county of Alexander, ,.
I, Tho. A'. Halllday, Caehlnr of th above named
bauk, do aolomnlv awoar that the above state mem
I, true to the bust of my knowledge and bollef,
luos. w. lULiinar, isanier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ma this Sib day
of Jan . 1H1. M. J. Howi.it, Notary public.
R H. Ct'NOBW, 1
O. I). Williamson, V Director,
b. U. Canpis, i
rpiIFCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of i.'rttro. IlUnnl.
71 OUIO LBVEK.
A General Banklug bnslmwi
TirOS. W. UAI,L,I1A.
PJNTERPRISB SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A RAVINGS BANK.
TIT OH. V. HALL1DAY,
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
Ikon Bitteu is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Licfy Cured of Rhoumatltm.
uammore, Ma., May y.
Mv health mi much ihatt.rad fc
Rheumatism when I commenced
Uking Brown' Iron Bitten, and I
ecarcely had strength eaeogh to at
tend to my daily Household dutiea.
lam now using the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to alL
I cannot y loo much In prais
of it. Mr. Mast E. Bsasmbar,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chriitiatuburg, Va,, lilt.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get eo relief, I
tried Brown' Iroa Bitter, which
cured m Completely. A child ol
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitura with the happiest results.
J. Kyu Montagus.
Via St., Harrlsburf, Pa,
Pec t, iSer.
After trying different physicians
and many remcdiaa for palpitation
of th heart without receiving any
benefit, I wa advised to try Brown'
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
tic and never found anything that
gave me so much relief.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Ito
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
M. E. INCE,
- Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Stres between Com'l Ave. end Lsvee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINU3 OF AMtJMTION.
,afee Repaired. All Kinds ol Keys Mad.
ssm. am m w av . v -w awv
SeV V M K' .8V ' X9
at Ay ..v.
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Egyptian Flouring Mills
BicbMt Ctuh Price Paid M Wheat.