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HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN,
CAIRO, ILL., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1831,
IN THE PASTRY
rally H. (he fruit from which Ibry re niurie.
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'E MAKK BUT ONE QUALITY.
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Sole Agent foi the Celebrate
altocarrlei thelarutftand beat (elected ttjclcot
ever brought t the city. Price" rane're frnm the
loen lur cheap ttove op to the clcmft figure.
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at their own rcld ne- on I eve the amu doue,
by leaving utdera at The llallldav ilouxo,
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130 &, 138 Oom'l Ave.
bare t full and eompe'e line of
Linen ttoods, Dusters, Motions, Etc,
A beery ator.k ot Body Bruaaels, Taper-
trie aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil o'lir, all ar.d prlcee,
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NEW ORLEANS' BIG SHOW,
latoreotlng Facts Oonoerntnff tho
Great Industrial Event of
Delays in Preparation For the Opening
and Their Games A Thousand
Tons of Foreign Goods.
What the Various S'ates Have Done
and Are Doing For the Great
New Oki.ea.N8, La., .December 17.
Ovur a thousand tons of goods of the
loom are lying lu bonded warehouses
au'l aboard ships, although the manage
ment used every endeavor to secure a
modification of the customs rules aud the
uual formalities attending thu eutry of
Imports, and although they were seconded
by customs oUlcials here, and tho Treas
ury Department at Washington seemed
willing to make concessions, It was only
llonday night that Collector Badger re
ived an order from Secretary McCuU
loch to allow all articles Intended for the
exhibit to be sent to tiie grounds imme
diately, without being disturbed lu any
way. Bond will be required on small ar
tides of great value, w hich w ill be given
by the exposition management.
By far the largest and most Interesting
of foreign exhibits will be that of Mexico,
and their building has just been com
pleted, caused by a delay In their iron
work at Pittsburgh.
Iu the Government building there seems
to have been unreasonable delay on the
part of the Commissioners and owners
The United States exhibit is a magnifi
cent one, but Is not yet complete. The
Smithsonian Institution and geological
department is well advanced, aud. very
little can be added to them.
Almost every animal of prehistoric
times and of the present day is seen In
the former's space, from the mammoth
that occupies a large portion of the gal
cry to the smallest fish.
The patent olllce Is represented by
thousand of models, some of w hich are
novel and Interesting.
The SUte Department Is constructing
alarge glass globe which will represent the
world in miniature, both from inside and
exterior. It will be transparent, aud one
standing within will have a birds-eye
view of the entire globe; its commerce,
Tue Navy Department has a very
creditable exhibit, though not as yet com
pleted. Some of the State exhibits are com
plete; some in an embryo state, and
others not begun.
Ohio ls building a bountifully construct
ed sky of blue bobbiuet, interspersed
wlUj sura, an exceedingly line effit being
produced, the domes being an exact pic
ture of the heavens as mirrored lu a sheet
The States presenting the finest dis
plays are Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Virginia, Delaware, Sew Jvnwy, all of
'ew K n gland except Connecticut, In.
diana, Nebraska, California, Dakota aud
Wyoming Territories. All of these pre
eut every product of their soils, mines
The mineral displav from the Western
and Pacirlc Coast states could not be
finer or more complete.
The finest and most picturesque dis
play in this building is that of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. l'aul Railroad.
In a large Swiss chalet, built of sheaves
of grain with ornaments of com In tho
ear, Is every vegetable raised in thu vast
section of country through which the
The art collection Ls said to be exceed
ingly fine, containing gems of the best
artists, aud connoisseurs declare It will
equal any ever exhibited.
Horticultural Hall is a garden of Kden.
Every flower, seed and plant of the
tropica and temperate zones ls seen.
Even In its present stage nothing ever
before presented can compare with it.
Altogether, wbde the Kxiwsition Is not
yet in as complete order as Its manage
ments and Its friends desired on opeiiitig
day, It will fully repay a trip across the
continent. One cauuot see tho exhibits
now preseuted In a day, or even lu a
week. The first day leaves the visitor's
mind In a whirl, aud be passes over so
much space that he really does uot know
what he has seen. .Booths that would
hold the atteutiou for an hour, if standing
alone, are passed unnoticed in a valu at
tempt to cover the mammoth buildings at
a single visit.
The greeting of Major Burke, tho Di-rector-Ueucral,
by the vast audience was
spontaneous, hearty and long continued.
He had to pause teu minutes before tho
applause subsided, and it was a lining
tribute to the man who has worked eigh
teen hours a day for six mouths, to mako
the affair a success, by atteuding to every
detail of tho work. Subordinates did
nothing that had not his supervision, aud
to his efforts aro due the present ad
vanced condition of affairs.
TKXX ESSKK K Kl'lUI.ICANS.
They Find Cause For Rejolcinir in the
Keiulta of the Late Election.
NASiivuJ.it, Tknn., December 17. Tho
State Republican Committee yesterday
Issued an address congratulating tho
party upon tho results achieved In Teu
nessee at tho recent election. Tho ad
dress states that "Tennessee will be,
probably, the first State to secede from
the 'Solid South;' and this act of scces
slon will bo worth millions of dollars to
her in the shape of accretions to her mln
Attention Is called to the fact Unit, tho
Democratic party has brought disgrace
upon the State, aud squandered through
.dishonest Stalo aud County olllclals, largo
amounts of tho public funds paid Into tho
Treamiry by the tax-burdened people. Tho
committee announce that the party lust
month elected fifty members of thu Leg
islature; gained ono Congressman; re
duced the Domocvatlf majority lu various
Congressional Districts aud Increased the
'Kepubllcan vote uearly 05,000.
m retutitig uie charge that the Repub
lican Natiotial Committee contributed
largely toward their campaign expenses,
tho Commltteo say, Wu have accom
plished what wo have without aid from
abroad, aud with means barely stilllclent
to pay tho expenses of tho cumpalgu."
XoCulloou'a Confldenoe-The Mew York
Chicago, III, December 17. A
tpeclal from Washington saysi McCul
ltd) Mid tOMtay Uttt be was not at ail
nomination by tho Senate, understanding
as he did that the opposition cumo almost
entirely from one Senator, who could, un
der tho rules of the Senate, delay tho vote
as long as he desired to talk. Tho Secre
tary said ho entertained no doubt as to
what the vote would bo when taken, and
was not In the least anxious about it.
A New York Republican, who talked
with ex-Senator Tom Piatt yesterday
about tho Senatorshlp, says tho latter ls
absolutely confident of Morton's election.
Tho Tribune, which has been hesitating
between Morton aud Kvarts, will proba
bly support tho latter, because ho ls not
so friendly to President Arthur as Morton.
Evartt a Candidate for the United States
Albany, N. Y., December 17. Wm. M.
Evarts arrived in this city last night, pre
pared to arguo before tho Court ot Ap
peals to-day the point raised by the cigar
makers that the teuement house cigar bill
passed by the last Legislature ls uncon
stitutional. Mr. Evarts spent the evenlug
with Civil Service Commissioner, Rich
mond. To tho Inquiry of the 7'imea' corre
spondent whether he intended to cuter
the contest for the United States Senator
ship, Mr. Evarts replied with delibera
tion : "I am not Inattentive to the men
tion that has been inado of my name for
tho olllce, and circumstances will doubt
less compel me within a few days to
formally aunounco that I am a candi
CLEVELAND' SOCIAL DKBT4,
He Propoaea to Fay Them In Bulk.
Albany, N. Y., December 17. Gover
nor Cleveland has decided to pay his so
cial debts by one comprehensive recep
tion next week. Tuesday evening, the
23d lust., he will receive at the Executive
Mansion the many friends in Albany at
whose hands ho has received social cour
tesies. There is hardly a prominent Al
banian to whom the Governor is not in
debted for pleasant dinner partlesaud re
ceptions. Heretofore Mr. Cleveland has
had no opportunity to return these fa
vors, as ho was living alone; now that his
sisters, Mrs. Hoyt and Miss Cleveland,
have made their home at thu Executive
Mansion, he takes this opportunity to re
turn a few of the favors received.
The reception will be iu no sense a
Governor's levee. The invitations are
limited, aud aro confined solely to tho
personal friends in Albany ut whoso
houses the Governor has visited. It is In
some respects a farewell reception. It Is
essentially an Albany affair, and nobody
outside the city will receive cards.
Governor Cleveland Is rapidly getting
tho affairs of his olllce into fchape, so they
can be easily transferred to his succes
sor. "I.V THE SWEET li -AXD-UY."
A Novel Adjournment of the Goorgta
Atlanta, Ga., December 17. A strange
scene took place in the State Senate to-
uay. As three o'clock (the hour of ad-
jourument) drew nigh, Senator TallygariT
ho.mn v,i,mn,ir, u-rv, c .. . r . .. ,.
began humming I he Sweet By-and-Hy."
His voice unconsciously rose lonWcr. aud
Senator MjkUci chimed in. Then Sena
tor Colley added a basso, Senator Ca
baniss dropped in with a tenor, aud iu a
moment or two a dozen Senators were
making the chambers ring wi:h their
music. The Senators crowded together
around the singers, and all joined iu with
a good will, aud in a short while Inter
est in the Impromptu concert was at a
high pitch. While they were singing the
Speaker's gavel announced adjournment.
FK1ENDLKS.S3 AND DESTITUTE.
A Brother of Mra. J jff arson Davia Dies In
a California Poor House.
San Fkancisco, Cal., December 17.
Major Wm. F. Howell, brother of Mrs.
Jefferson Davis, died in the County Hos
pital yesterday, friendless and destitute.
A telegram was sent to Jeffersou Davis,
askiug what disposition to make of tho
remains. Howell has resided In Cali
fornia a number of years. He was addict
ed to dissipation aud was a burden to his
Washington, D. C, December 17.
A resolution offered by Senator Dawes
calling upon the Secretary of the Interior
for all Information In his possession iu
regard to leases of laud for grazing pur
poses on the Crow reservation, was adopt
ed. Senator Brown, from the Committee on
Railroads, reported favorably a blllgraut
lng the right of way for a railroad aud
telegraph lino through the Choctaw and
Chickasaw Indian reservations to the St.
Louis & San Francisco Railroad Company.
Senator Dawes brought up the question of
Indian laud leasing, stating that he had
received a communication from Montana
staling that three million acres of tho
trow reservation were reported leased
by Indians at one ccut an acre; aud that
threats and bribery were resorted to for
this purpose. He had fouud no record of
this in the Interior Department, and
deemed It Incredible that such a
lease could bo entered In
to. Without desiring to cast
any censure upon tho Secretary of the In
tcrlor, he Insisted that It was the duty of
the Secretary, and not of Congress, to
maintain a supervision over these mat
ters. Whatever wrongs were committed
couldn't be excused by tho statement that
they were committed without tho sane
tlan of the Interior Department.
Mr. VanWyek Introduced bills regulat
ing passenger and freight rates, and tele
graph rates west of the Missouri River.
Mr. Reagan's Inter-State coiuincrco bill
was taken up, and a breezy partisan do
bate followed on tho nmeudmeut propos
ing that no discrimination bo inado by
railroads between white aud colored pns
sengers. Mr. Reagan then called for tho special
order, and tho Houso proceeded to voto
ou Mr. O'llnra's motion to table Mr.
Blount's motion to reconsider tho voto of
yesterday by which Mr. U'Hara's amend
inent was adopted. Mr. Blount's motion
to reconsider was laid on tho table; yeas.
H'J uttys, 120.
Washington, D. C, December 17.
Thu Senate has locked horns with the
House on tho Naval appropriation bill,
refusing to adopt the House bill appro
priating another lamp sum for tho re-'
malnlng six mouth of the fUool year, and,
Insisting poQ JtUUd awfcwUUun
lor tb ten. w
THE COWARDLY SLUGGER.
Ho Turns Dully and Narrowly Es
capes Moat Cleaver and
Another Statesman Implicated la the
Brand-Lemin Eleotion FraulB-Day-ton
Fierce Fighting Indicted For Murder
On the Tiail of a Train
N'kw York, December 17. Tho ITorfd's
, Boston special says: "I ain going to cut
you lu two," was tho salute which Juo.
L. Sullivan received In the Hawthorne
House, a popular roadside resort, a lev?
days ago, when ho Insisted upon Charles
Hayes, the well-known shoestring gam
bler, drinking with him. Hayes really
meant It, for he swung a largo meat axe
lu the air, and was about to bring it down
on Sullivan's head, when friends seized
the champion aud dragged him away.
Sullivan had been making things hot after
be returned from New York the last time,
and in every saloon ho Insisted upon every
body drluking with .him, whether they
wanted to or not.
The next day be was in Gleason's, on
Court street, and he ordered Tim Mc
Carty, a junk dealer, to drink. McCarty
said he had just drank. ' Sullivan made
for him, but like a flash McCarty drew his
revolver and was about to fire as friends
again came to the rescue aud Sullivan
was got luto another saluon, but was not
quieted down until bis wife went to him.
Another Statesman ImpUoated la the
Brand-Leman Election Frauds.
Chicago, III., December 17. Win. J.
Gallagher, a well-kuown lawyer and poli
tician, who came hero a- year ago from
Philadelphia, was arrested last evening
on a warrant sworn out by a member of
the Citizens' Committee, charging him
with complicity in the Brand-Leman elec
tion fraud. It is asserted that, on the
testimony of experts, Gallu:iher Is accused
of forgiug tho tally sheets of the second
precinct of the Eighteenth Ward one
with erasures approved by the County
Canvassers, and the clean ono found by
the Grand Jury with the ballots. Mr
Gallagher gave bail at a late hour last
night. He refuses to talk to reporters.
Dayton Water-Works and Aquarium
Dayton, 0., December 17. A mysteri
ous case of supplied water polsiOlng was
brought to light here yesterday by tho
sudden death of about 2,000 fish lu Saeh9
& Priuden's aquarium. Ou Monday night
the fish lu the water-works ponds died in
' f 8amu ,w,!y' B1,(! 8 tho watr
instances is from the water-work
the r,rcsuIuplion ls thnt tho 8l
water iu both
poisouud. As several mysterious dvntha
by poison have occurred in this city lu
the past two weeks, the discovery has
aroused the people.
A Youthful Murderer Arrested.
Shklbyvillk, III., December 17.
Harry Tice, a lad of sixteen years, was
yesterday lodged In jail, charged with the
murder of Newton Eusey, a playmate of his
own age, last summer. The boys fell out
over some trivial matter, and blows fol
lowed, when Tice drew a knife and stab
bed Eusey. The latter lingered a few
days and died. Tice escaped, but re
turned a few days ago. Both were highly
Butte, Mont.', December 17. Tho
prize fight between Jack Waito and Mc
Nally, which has beeu talked about for
weeks among the sporting men from the
Rocky Mountains to Boston, came off
yesterday. It was uo pillow case fight.
The boys poured lu from tho hills In
crowds. Both meu were lu good condi
tion. Five hot rounds were fought un
der tho Marquis of Queeusbcrry rules.
At the end of the tilth round
Walte's party threw up the spougo.
Indicted for Murder Committed Twenty
Corpus Ciihisti, Tkx., December 17.
Twenty years ago Telespero Aqullla
stabbed and killed Antonio Castclla lu
the streets of Corpus Chrlstl. Aauilla
succeeded In escaping Into Mexico, where
ho lived for over fifteen years. Recently
he returned to this city, tbluklng his
crime had been forgotten. Yesterday the
Grand Jury found an Indictment agaiust
Aquilla for the murder in lam. He was
immediately arrested und remanded with
On the Trail of a Train Robber.
Star Cut, Ark., December 17. Fraufc
Kllnc, the missing train robber has been
seou iu tho vicinity, aud yesterday a largo
posse of citizens were on his trail, but an
hour behind time. IIo was walking, and
kept generally In the woods. KJluo was
lu Piue Bluff several days ago.
LET THE UUZZAU1M HOOST HIGH,
For the Avengers of Blood and Stolen
Property Are On Their Trail.
Lancastkh, Pa., December 17. Tho
frequency of robberies in the vicinity of
tho Welch and Ephratu ranges of moun
tains have resulted iu the formation of an
organization whoso purpose will be, in
their own language i "To mutually in
demnify ourselves nnd our associate
against loss by tho theft of our live stock
aud chattels," and they are bound to
capture or extcrmlnnto the Buzzard and
other gangs. At n meeting held iu Colum
bia, ex-Sheriff Jacob S. Strlno was elected
President, and Geo. Young, Jr., cx-pub-llsherof
the Columbia Herald, Secretary.
Other men equally prominent were elect
ed directors, aud they mean not only to
protect themselves, but wipe out the dis
grace which has fastened Itself on our
Too Horrible for Belief.
Baltimohk, Mi)., Decomber 17. An
oyster niuu was fouud In a boat at Frlucoss
Anno Sunday exhausted from exposure,
who soon afterward expired. He told ft
horrible story of crime. lie alleged
that he was employed In shoveling ora
tors on tt vessel from Talrmont la the
eMpe4(vnef SMff' . hf
angry with a sailor, klllnd him with a
shovel and afterward cut the body no
with an axe and threw It overboard. Tho
crew dared not iuterfcrc, but obeyed or
ders to wash' tho blood from tho deck.
The sailor who told tho story escaped In
tho vessel's boat fearing for bis life. IIo
had lost his oars on tho bay and was
nearly frozen during tho severe sleet
storm of Sunday night,
A LUCKY DOO.
To Be Publloly Klased by a Lady In Pay
ment of a Wafer.
Bridgeport, Conn., December 17.
During tho heat of tho Presidential cam
paign a well-known lady of this city de
clared that If Cleveland was elected she
would publicly at mid-day on Main street,
kiss an equally known gentleman. Sho
promised to stick to her bargain and tho
kiss will be given on Main street, Iu front
of tho Sterling House on March 4th, 1833,
at mid-day, according to agreement.
0K OF HAMILTON'S CLIENTS.
A Numeroualy Slg-ned Petition for His
Bi.oomingto, III., December IT. A
petition signed by nearly 8,500 citizens
has been forwarded to Governor Hamil
ton, asking for the pardon of Edwin
Goodspeed, who was sentenced to the
Peuitentiary for thirty-three years for the
murder of Silas Stolz, which occurred at
the McLean County Fair Grounds In 1871,
and which created the greatest excite
in e tit at the time. Goodspeed, who ls a
member of a highly respectable and old
family of the city, was defended by Hon,
Leouard Swett, of Chicago, and Gover
nor Hamilton, but the jury brought In the
above verdict. The sentiment of the en
tire commnuity seems to bo iu favor of
Goodspecd's pardon, but It Is thought
that inasmuch as Hamilton was oho of
his attorneys ho will not grant the par
don. EXIT CAIiPENTEK.
Will Go to Kansas and Try to Ee-
bulid His Falling- Fortune.
Lincoln, III., December 17' O. A.
Carpenter, of Zura Burns notoriety, it ls
thought, has left this city never to return.
The night before he left ho told ono of his
Intimate friends that he thought he would
go to Kansas and attempt to regain his
falling fortune, which at one tiiuo was
estimated at 9 150,000, but has now dwin
dled down to half that amount. Old man
Burns, who attempted to shoot Carpeuter
a few days ago for tho murder of his
daughter, is still thought to bo lu a con
dition that ho is not responsible for his
SUPREME COUKT ItEl'OllTS.
The Number ot Caaea Reported and by
Jekfkrson Cjty, Mo., December 17.
Tho 79th volume of tho Supreme Court
reports Is just out. The number of cases
reported is 130, all decreed at tho Octo
ber term, 1 8MB. The number of opinions
rendered by each member of tho court is
as follows: Judge Norton 22, Judge
Sherwood IU. Jutne Honry IB, JuiirfO
Jlough 0, Judge Kay 8, Commissioner
Philips 2'J, Commissioner Martin 20, Com
missloner Ewiug Hi, Commissioner Win.
low 2, by tho Court 1.
Du Quoin's Diaaater.
Du Qroi, III., December 17. At ono
o'clock this morning an Incendiary flre
occurred which totally destroyed Harris
& Harrison's hardware and fumlturo
f buildings, together with tho entire stock.
! Higiilus, jeweler, and Humphrey Bros.,
grocers, lost heavily also, on building and
stock; total loss, about 912,000. Tho
other losses are Individual, involving
fouutaius, law Horary aud plate glass de
stroyed by beat aud the explosion of gun
powder, aud are not Included. Had tho
City Council heeded tho requests of tho
Flro Company much of this loss would
not have occurred.
DELIVERED HIMSELF UP
And Got Ahead of His Would-be Be
trayera. Toledo, 0., December 17. A man
named J. W. Manstleld gave himself up
to the Sheriff this morning with tho state
ment that he was wanted aud that 9200
would bo paid for bis capture. A tele
gram to tho First National Bank of Salts
burg, Pa., was answered by tho bank
olllcials, who say tho man Is wauled there
for forgery. When ho camo into tho
Sheriff's olllce he was accompanied by
two meu whom he afterward said were
going to give him away, so ho got even
with them by surrendering himself. A
Pennsylvania olllcer is expected at ouco.
THE METHODIST CENTENNIAL.
Closing; Day of the Interaatlng- Confer
Baltimopk, Md., December 17. This
U tho closlog day of tho Centennial Con
ference of Methodism. This morning's
session was presided over by Rev, K. It
Ilendrlx, of Missouri, and Rev. W. P.
Stowe, of Chicago, conducted devotional
Rev. Dr. McFarrln offered a resolution
of thanks for thu personal Interest
shown lu thu conference, unit for tho
Rplritual prollt thnt had been dif
fused, In advocating thu resolution,
Rev. J. M. Buckley read a paper ou
"What Methodism Owes to Woman.!'
Woman, he says aro more naturally tils
posed to piety than man. They aro tho
principal supporters of religion. Ho paid
a glowing tribute to Susannah Wesley,
and commented on what sho had done for
Tho hymn, "Together Let Us Sweetly
Live," was then Nting.
The session tit three o'clock will bo tho
closiug one, at which a pastoral letter,
prepared by a coiniulttoo of Bishops to
which tho work was assigned, will bo
A Virtue Carried to Exonee.
Hloomingto.v, III,, Decomber 17.
Mrs. Dr, O. D. Gideon has been granted
s dlvorco in the Circuit Court of this city
from her husband, who, until ft short
time ago, was prominent physician aud
journalist of this city. Thu grounds al
leged in the bill were 111-trcatiucut and
his fondness for femalo society.
Fire Botween Docke.
Baltimore, Md,, December 17. Flro
broke out this morning between the decks
of the British steamship Barrowmore, and
before iteould be extinguished did serl
one damage to her cargo, constating ot
about 1,000 bales of OOttoo, 60, W0 huso
ela td ntat and corn. The Mtentorth
Thin powder revir vnrlca. A marvel of parity,
trenulD nnd hclt Sou eDen. ore economical
than orjluary kind, and cannot be lold :n oom
pet'ttou with tho miilti tide of low tea', abort
weight, alum o j hnphMe pewdrra. Sold only
la cam. KOYAL BAKING I'OWD1 R CO.,
KW Wa Ht e-t. New York.
American dlructfuud Siudant Lunpa, nlckle
pla vd. A 1 nanuer of uccldesta removed. The
CHpuclty of the on ri'irrvntr la one-third more than
any ether I inn p. Tune lampa bnvr been thorough,
ly te-to.i ami have utven anlvraal aatlatartion.
No ono can alTird to do wilho t one, aa I bate pat
the price dtwn to S4.ei, wlthlu tbe rtacb of all.
JfSand K0 Commercial Ave., CAIRO, ILL
L. E. FALCONER,
10 V. 0. Oary.
y Grave Vaults
alwava on band.
Ifrarso in readl-
iiesa when called
No. 12 6th St., Cairo. Ill
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Succcfscr to Chas T. Ni-wland and
Pluto, Steam and Gas fir
ConinicirUl Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
Drive Well Force and LlftPumna fttrnlihed and
but up, Atit'iit lot tho CuluuraUd
"HUCKEYE FORCE PUMP
htibi'.t tnmp evir invented. New Oaa Flttarea
nril.hml to onlur. O ct fixtures repaired aod.
tftrj.ihhliili promptly attended to llt-tt
FLOUR, URAIN AND HAT
H lirhMt Cash Prl PM for Wheat
TT y T T) t't woikli'i peonle Sand 10 rants
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nrl. thnt n i l n it cu 111 the war of maalna antra
money In a tYw diiya llinti mil rvuf Ihonnh' una.
bin at anv bulni., capital a. inquired. Toft
C'lil'vut hutun ait' worn In apara tin. a only. or
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all the tl in', AH of hot in' , , ab Wa RraM
ly Kiireo-a nl. lOcunta to t.t eaell ear ad mrf ,y
evtinlint. 1'b'tt ail whu want work ma tt-ttae
b alnu-n, w make thlt noperallvM naVr. TaU '.
wbo are not aatt-it l w will anMl 11 o pay fat the
l ouMiMil wriUnti iM, Full parttruiara.titm u .'
Kto.,ncnt fa, imeiinaa pay ebtolvi sate V'
all vheitart at one. l).a't)''lvL.lJ