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l;.g.t '.Till nppcir 'o lorrow.
Tim (lormnn ncliool bull cornea oir to
nl;bt. notr tlio fact in ininJ.
Wo regret to hear thai Mr.JolmOatci,
ortlio El Dornlo, it seriously slcl: of brain
fever.
Tho ralllo for Hurry AVnlkor dwel
ling liouio did no, como olT .Saturday
nijjht but was positioned mill next Sa
i...lnu nvimlni. ! Hpa I llrjrOSHXl .Will
nloafiotako notice.
Itcmombor tho Democratic rally nt
Mr.. f!airncv' ball allcv to-nli'lit. Allen,
(Jreon, Morgan and other will rldrcastho
ineotin;.
Tho ball In Kclicol' hall to-nlghl Is fur
the bunellt of t'10 GiTinan school- nn In
ttllutlnn aliko honorahlo to tho city, and
ho llberelltr of our Oertnart cltlxonj.
Ko csio of r i.v kind vrr I put on trial
In tho Circuit cour' up to noon to-day.
Thotlmo ri i duvo'cl tomotionicnlling of
tho docket, etc.
Mr. Ilalfry h opened a subscription
school in the building nn tho corner of
Twelfth and 'NVartilnjj'.ofi, that seems, to be
In a rc-y proiperors condition. Tho daily
nttondanco is stety-flvo.
Tho Fnducah lUrald lays the Quick
step baso ball club of that city, will havo
to play a lively gumo If they beat tho Cairo
iKd'ik dub, but thoycui play Just that kind
of a game. If tho ell tor ufthoJmW
wants to bet anything, from a gunboat to
bottlo of pop, on tho result, let him adilross
the subscriber.
A. colored man on Fifth street, named
Nnwton IVInslow, erased by tho brain
fovor, n.lfctol a gnod deal of attention,
lint night, by htacut Ingi-up and 'Id out
cries. Ho seized a lighted lamp, hurl 1 it
into tho sir oct, and finally became so vio
lent that his trlends were compellod to
conflno him.
Tho cry of "mu -dor" tat wi raised
on 11th street, about ono o'clock today,
didn't indicate the truo s'.ato of nlTalri, us
no murder was attempted. An obstreper
ous negro wonch resisted thn officer who
wm conveying her to tho calaboose, and
fattened her fanf.t In h arm. The officer
got tho bac' -crook ot ono of her fingers,
and henco tho outcry.
A number of boys, largo enough to
l.mi letter cnpi?d In very noisy ji"
time near tho ycl.'oi? wnroroufo yesterday.
A pctlon of thm vt' riding on r. hand
car or'ruck 'h'!o .? - otl or 'wrttoi vnuteil
thrmsi'ves br t- -t ;irov i'io tr
from tho track whi.e under .iradwity. Hud
they eucccjdod In this design somebody
p'irimpi n half dozen bvilici wmM havo
! seriously hurt.
A thief cntorod l'rof. licnburg's room
li.iturday night, and ttolo tho I'mfcMOr'
watch and chain and four dollar and a
half In money. Tho rascal was caught In
n lovoo saloon next morning, nnU tho
watch and chain and one dollar of the
monoy recovered.
Wo greatly increaso Mr. llolcomb'a
list of appointments, to-day, and nsk tho
members of tho county Central committees
concerned to perfect such arrangements as
will tocuro a good turnout of tho people
At Golconda, Kllnabcthlown and Shaw
nootown Mr. Holoomb will 1ks Joined by
ublo Dcmocraoipcakort to bo named by
tho Sta'.o Central Committee -among
others, probably Gen. Anderson. Tho
prominent Democ: its of those towns
should ico to It that tho meetings aro well
r.dvortWeU.
Dikd. InUils city, on tho 25th Instant,
LIxzle, daughter of John H. and Caroline
(Ifusman, aged ono year, cloven mouth
nnd 27 dayt.
Funoral services will bo hold in tho
Cutholic church nt half past 2 o'clock p.m.
to-morrow. A special train will lcavo tho
foot of Sixth street at 3i.in.,to convey tho
remains to Villa Kid so, for Interment.
Friends of the family nro invited to at
tend. Deuocjutiu Hally. Thcro will bo a
meeting of tho Democracy of Cairo, at
Mrs. Uttflnoy'a ball alloy, on Monday ovtt
iiing noxt, for tho purjoso of forming u
Democratic Club. Messrs. Allen, Or eon,
Oberly 'and othors will mako speeches.
Citizens of other wards aro invited to at
tend. scptSI.St
Labok Samc or Excili.kxt FunsiTuitK
at Avctiov. On Thursday morning,
Hoptembor 20th, 18-0, at half pait nlno
'clock, sun., at tho rcsldenco'of Mr. "Wil
liams, on Washington avonuo, between
Eighth and Ulnth street, will offer for
tale a largo assortment of parlor, bedroosa
and kitchon furnituro, consisting of rose
wood and haircloth, nirlor tr.lt nnd
. i y i '
walnut wardrobes, Voeo wood nnd blrdsoyo
inaplo chamber sets, handsome haircloth
parlor chairs, tofas, inarblo top tables,
llrussols carpets, good two and throo ply
carpets. Alto ono fino soven octavoplano,
manufactured by Stoinway A Bont. Ex
tension tables and chain, dining tea and
glass ware, spring mattresses, feathers,
comfort, sheets, blankets, bureaus, cooking
Moves, Meeting stovos, knivos, forks, etc,
etc. Also a lot of Gorman and English
atandard work by colelratod authors.
Terra of solo, csuh. AH good sold
without reserve. D, IIAUTMAN,
td. Auctioneer.
Wantkb. Klvo hundred dollart in city
scrip, and flvo hundred dollor In county
ordors. Apply to
jt VETT WILCOX f: CO.,
cp2 im tff O "lg IItQl, C to J .
OAS.
Vot the Jltillrlin.
Jin. Editoh. Ti.ough not claiming to
bun Btronc-mlndeU l'omale, I trust I am an
cnlli'htoncd ono. Aro wo in danger, Just fit
tlie'1il",'ftc!ilng timo of year, when light
I xnett needed, or being doprived of our
gM? Only think of being doprlvod of
IMitai'fall anu winter; imn
n. nf Lrokeii sldowiilkt, mnaoy crouingi
lowalks. and sidewalks full of
loc planks and holes, and no gas to ll
Vitnlne our pcrllout way through unsoon
dangers, to church, to concert, to party, or
in hull, as tho caso may bo. Now I have n
suggestion to mako; In fact, an appeal to
to tho patriotism which may bo floating
around looso In somo Ualroltcs1 breasts
and which tony bo aching for an opportu
nity to sorout forth and b"itr so onablo
fruit.
I ntu not an expert In financial matters,
nnd tlierofore hcsltalo to assert what tho
xirnourt may bo which the city pays for
tho p-lvilogo of light; but certainly If wo
tnko Into account tho danger of traveling
in tho dark in a city )ikoaCatro, and tho
additional expenso of a protective pollco
it would bo noccsiary to Jomploy to insuro
safe'y to person nnd proporly, surely somo
mean may bo deviled to keep tho city
alight o" dark night.
Now, In tho threatening exigency or tho
tue, would It bo posslblo to get somo gen
tlemen to fill tho offices or Mayor; City
Clerk and .City Treasurer, for ono year,
for tho honor of tho thing, and allow their
salaries to to go toward the liquidation of
tho gas LIU for tho city? Should such
patrlo'tannouncothclr willingness to servo
In tho abovo capacities gratis, 1 would pro
pose, that when Cairo it rich enough to
build a town hall, tholr namos and patri
otic docds be Inscribed in stone In somo
part of tho edifice whon built, or on tho
present new custom house aad pott-oslee
building, and their raomorici bo held In
pcrpotual, grateful romembrance. Who
will t tho patriots 7 CATHERINE.
Cairo, Sept. 20, 1870
TlIX At'BOEA BoaiALia, Batubuay
Nioiit. The exhibition, on Saturday
evening, of this extraordinary phenom
enon, was or very brilliant cnaracner
and has never been surpassed U this lati
tude, except, perhaps, by tho luminous
display of September 1859, which lasted
about fifty hours. Professor Itogcrs, of
Massachusetts, describes it as tho most bril
liant e-hlbltlon of tho kind on record,
either on thts continent or in Europe.
lieforo that ttmoour most eminent philos
ophers and astronomers differ '1 suttotho
irigin rjf tho phenomenon. Rome of them
olaimo.5 that tho llgt was electrical, and
this w -!flcd l.v exhibition in quo-
Mr-, t1' ou'h thortr induced upon tho
e r h wire. ttbentlcally stated
t'l. i. o. Ugh. athci of eloclrlclty,
wero plainly viiible on tho wires, In
many places, actually cutting off tol
graph' communication. On other lines
coiiibi tlblo iiiatorlal becumo ignite J, and
operators received sovoro electric .hocks,
whlloon itlll othor lines the operator wero
enabled to detach thulr batteries, and com,
mun'.cata with romoto polntt by a uso of
the electricity produced by tho Aurora bo
realis current.
Frof. Lottior says that in tho polar ro-
glont tho magnlflccncoof those exhibitions
Is indowribablo. Tliey aro, however, seon
in groat beauty i.-om almost any point be
tween tho COth degroo north latltudo and
the 60th degreo south.
Tiir Grayvlllo Mtptndtnt says that
"not aslnglo prominent ltadical has openly
... LI. . -1
or sAtifiy avowoa ms purposu w tio
against Dan Munn."
irtho precious old lubber, who presides
n tho Iivltpttultnt office, will visit this
end of tho district wo will introducohlm to
tlx very tubstnntlal Radicals, living within
a stone's throw of tho Bulletin otco, who
will voto against Mr. Munn; and, If ho will
tako a "round" with us, wo will agreo to
show him Hodlcal of a llko mind in cvory
part of tho city. In truth, thoro Is senrcely
n voter In tho whole district who cannot,
of his own personal knowledge, Inform tho
editor of tho Independent, or any othor
man, that whon ho says that thoro It not a
slnglo Ridlcal In tho district who Intonds
to voto against Dan Munn, be utters n very
bald-faced falsehood.
Eocauto' tho editor of tho Independent
happens to feel dosporato, it doesn't fo How
that ho must make nn ass of himself.
Thk Talk ahout Elliott, Hattiioun
& Co. Fathors nnd mothers, lad and
lassies, In all parts of tho city, aro talking
about tho now stock of boots and snoes
Just rocelved by Elliott, llaythorn & Co.
For tbowholcialo trado thero aro cor us on
cords or cues ; but in this, rotall buyers
ore not tpoclally interested. Tho rotall
department forms tho attraction with
them. Bo many sow stylet, such beautiful
gaitorsiuch splondld boots I The like was
never seon in Cairo. And then there are
Keltlmer patent shoos, Arctic boots,
French calf boots, and all other kinds of
boots, sewed and pogged( for gentlemen ;
and felt slippers, (a luxury), Sensation
shoos, French keeled and Grecian bend,
and all other styles or snoes anu support.
for ladies, mistes and children I Tho
stook it immense, uneoualed, beautiful and
chean I We looked through the estaWlsa
mont this morning, and know whereof
we speak, when we declare tliat Elliott,
llaythorn & Co., aro prepared, hotter than
over, to supply all domands, ordinary or
extraordinary, for boots and tkoes. Do-
foro you pormit anybody, then, to Jure you
into tho purchase of foot-wear, go seo
Elliott, llaythorn & Co. soptSStf
1
Twkntv-Fivk Ousts will buy a bottlo
of Mrs. Whltcomb's Syruw, tho croat
eoothlng remedy ft r r idlsouics Incldont to
iufunt i (imj CUil f'JH v C;VW,lw
Chartkh Oak Cooking Btovo tho best
In use for t nlo by C. W. Henderson 100
Commercial Avenue. .Seo Jadvortlsomont.
nug 30d 4m.
Ewcll & Jacob wilt furnish Oasollno
for Gasoline lamps nnd stovos at low
rates. tf
Go to 05 Ohio Levooand buy tho Au
rora oil for 30 cents per gallon. Thoso who
havo it know its value. tf.
Louis Herbert it in constant receipt of
fresh Baltimore oysters, whlsh he will
servo up to customers in any style desired,
on short notice and in tho most satisfactory
manner. augltf
Fine French calf boots, and gents
wear generally custom work may bo
found at Elliot, llaythorn & Co's, at low
er prlcos thnn elswhero in tho city. tf.
Pkxd. llLAKK.nUBO, of tho Washing
ton saloon, is a judgo of ood beer,
and keeps no other kind. Ills St. Louis
lagor Is, confessedly, tho best kopfln Cairo.
Call on him and try it. tf
Tho A urora oil ts perfectly clear,
non-oxploslvo ; It, will glvo cntlro satis
faction, and can be had at OS Ohio Lovco
for tho inconsldorablo sum of 30 cents per
gallon. tf
W. W.'.Thornton, No 13 Thornton's
block, Tenth street, has Just received thrco
hundred boxes of glass, varying in also
from 8x10 to 30x40. For salo, wholesale
rotall. JUf.
Flour- Cholco Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., sacks, 4c, for talo at tneEg) p
tlan Mills. augStr
For a glass of splendid St. Louis lager
boor tho bost in tho city go to the
Washingtoon taloon, corner Washington
avonuo and Fifteenth street tf
Dixixa Boom Girls Waxtbd at thb
Saixt Charlis, We want immediately
thrco (3) experienced dining room girls to
whom liberal wages will be paid. Apply
to JKWXTT WILCOX CO-
Sop23tf St. Char las Hotel.
Dwjcllixo nousc iobRixt. A con
veniently arranged brick residence,
situated on Holbrook avonuo, containing
sevon rooms and a kitclwa, necessary . out
house, largo yard and garden, vines and
shrubbery, for rent on reasonable terms
Apply to "W.H. THOMAS.
. i.
Siout u Fricblxsa Money cannot
buy it, but Laeuras and Morris' perfected
speetaclos will proservo it. No- glimmer
ing or wavering of sight, peculiar to
others In uso. Tabor Bros solo ngents for
Cairo and vicinity. Sco advertisement.
nugSl d&w tf.
Notice or Rkmoval. W. 11. Rock
well & Co .vlll common' a removing their
stock of books, stationery, musical Instru
ments, , on or about the 2Cth Inst., to the
ttoro room now being vacatod by Mr.
Scott White, No. 124 Commercial Avcnuci
where, on or be foro tho 1st of October,
thoy will bo prepared, with now goods and
increased facilities, to con tin uo tho book
Utioncry, nows, pleturo and picture
fl aklna VutuaMf lu U ta l it m.'
They will alto establish a Newt Depot
at No. 73 OUo Levee tor the accommoda
tion of the traveling public, and all others
who may with to obtain their news matter
thero. ptU dlw
Tan Mechanics' Boarding house, corner
of Third and Comtaercial, is constantly
growing in popularity. Mat Burns, tho
proprietor, is exerting hiaaseir to deserve
public patronage, and his etbrts are bolng
handtemelr rowarded. Hit boarders al-
wnyt wear a pleasant face when they eomo
from their meals, bocauto ho feeds them
well. His rooms are furnished in first rato
stylo; tho house if lighted with gas, and
tho bar it supplied with at fino liquort at
can bo found in Cairo. Tho houso it al
ways open, night and day, forthoroeeptlon
of guests and tho transaction of business
nnd ovcrybody is kindly received and hos
pitably entertained. Boarding and lodg
ing fivo dollar per week, or ono dollar per
day. . topOtf
Saui-'b oyster saloon, (Just opened) and
rostaurant at 103 Commercial avonue, es
pecially commmond thorctolvci to every
body who wants oystors stewed, friod,
rousted, or raw ; oysters by tho dozen can
orctso; orn 'lunch, or a "good Kjuaro
moaV sorved in tho vorybost stylo of tho
cullnvy art. Tho rooms nro woll fur
nished And retired, insuring tho patron
whether lady or gontleman, perfect exemp
tion from Intrusion. Tho best supplied
and most extensivo cofectionory in the
elty, i in connection with this establish
ment, ready at all times to supply wottding,
picnic and othor parties, balls, families,
etc., with the choicest cakos and confec
tions, on short notice, and In any Quantity
desired. Romomber tho place, and give
tho establishment a share of yowr patron-
Fbksh, Sxajwxablx, Stylish axd
CsiBAr. The eheapett, freshest, and iaost
easonable and fuhloaablo stock of drjr
goods, clothing, etc, aoiy U found at 138
Commercial avenue. Messrs. OoMsJjna
Xotenwater. The Fall stock Is sow arrl-1
TIBg, I rati IBSUUIIBVHW
everv dav. and every lady or gentlman
m a . al a VaIsil j w
that has Inspected M pVbsuac it Just tho,
kind of a toekeBatwtlod bT tbo marxet.
Furthermere, ' Messrs, OolitUae 4s
Rosenwaterkavo requested ns.to. say to
thevubllo that, while a WUar iuortea
fresher or more fashionable stock cannot
be found in tho country, they wiUl"
nobody in Me cowntVy io nd-$H
iTheyptepeso to aatuiy 'rnfrn
small profitt, and toguaranieo rati taws
factlon!to their cuttomers Inovcry Inttance
Dron in thero. and you .can soon, satUfy
yourself that this riotlco ia not a 'puff," but
a nlaln candid fitst'onicnt of facU. dlw
IMfOTOOBAPHSt FltOTOaXAritS!
Go to J. O. Bagwell, Piotogrnphcr,
corner Eighth etroot, and Oho Lotcc, for
nlcturcs. Carte do Visltot, oU. Having
. modo nrrangoments with somo of the best
artists of our largo cities, uo respoctruiiy
solicits ordors for copying and onlsrgo
ing old pictures. Call at his rooms and
soospocimens of work in that line.
ap4dtf t
What th Prim bats. Tho Reading
(Fa.) Zh'spafcA says: "Tho well-known
superiority of Mlshler's Herb Bitten will
sparo us tho nccosslty of astylng anytafag
at length in favor of this magical tonic
and stlmulont. Whcrover this Bitters it
best known it moot with an astonishing
talc. This Is the caso in our section of
tho country. Thero nro cases in
this city whore tho most radical
euros havo been effected in chronic diseases
cures which tho bost phytlcians could not
effect, and we know scores of families (our
own among tho number), who would not
bo without a plentiful supply of this Great
Household Remedy for any consideration.
Let every family in the land keep it on
hand." Sold by all respectablo druggist.
Frico ono dollar per battle. sepiOeodlw
F.Savp, tobacconist, at 102 Commercial
avenue, presents unusual attractions to tho
trado in the line of chewing, and smoking
tobacco, ctgan, pipes, etc. His cigars,
manufactnrod from tho best and finest
stock, enjoy a reputation second to none in
tho inarkot, and nro told wholesale and ro
tall on tho most accommodating term
Ho has recently onlarged his cigar manu
factory, and so faiereasod his force af to bo
bo able to supply all futuro demands, how
ever large. Tho rotall, as well as tho
wholesale trade, can bo aeooaaraodated ne
wbero in a better or mors satisfactory man
ner, sep. 19 tf
A FAIUOBArR T0B THB DMBSIXC-
room. Geatlemen who aro trying to re
vive the tinge of other days la theft Jgl
sled hair with muddy and glatbvxai pre
paration, aro hereby Informed that Hut-,
ion's Vltalia or Salvation for Us Hair will
accomplish the object more effectually than
any of these, and le'traatparent and with
out sediment " - " '
Cut this paragraph out, and lay it on
your toilet as a reminder.' "
sept M dw lw
Ax IxsTiTb'Tiox. A , Charter Oak
Cooking Stove it absolutely necessary for
life and liberty to all women, for it light
ens their labors, preserves their health'
cheert and soothe tholr temper, ocnom
l.cs tholr timo nnd strength, nnd oxtondt
their leisure. sept2CltdAltw.
an ounce of jirovcntlvo Is worth a pound
or cu.o. To prevent chills and fover
tako Simmons' Liven Regulator.
Scpt2id&wllw
RIVER NEWS
ARRIVALS.
Ann-uln. Mmaii, ew Orlvaai,
M'.lliolMiron.KTeai., !,"J,r
Normui. " lUllMrniplilNfatLoui
imaixioli. - . WMiMti
ArtjoaMrt, o f . Tm rl v ttue Blltir, "
Kiker. Oape uirwdM MJoMpli, ''
nia MiKh, UuiirlU Kublcoa. "
MolllaOrali. " CoUsnbla, "
CUy Viektbarc, Vlekt (limad Tewsr, Meinplils
SXrABTCRXS.
UWUtj, Paducsit
Armada, Paducah,
ladlaaa, Mtw Orlcani
BUmarck.
HutleaUtar,
Mlnnif, Bhawasttown,
Arlloxtoo, Coluinlmt,
1Ukr. Cape Uirrdau
1111 itcmplilt, Merap.,
Normui, "
HtJoMph. "
M Racon. Ef aaivdle
LtutMUn, '
Arcontnt. Not, Bt Tuls
CIU Vkktburf, "
buLIcob. VUksbarc,
filumhlM. Ark rltr
iinporwr.
EllaUofU;,Loalnlllii UnaIToer,
The Iwcathcr lhas been rather cloudy
slnco tho last roport, with a heavy rain on
SatJrday evening. To-day tho toropora
turo it qullo cool and rrln It threatened
Sln.
Tho river wat ttatiouary from 1110 uaw
of our last report until last evonlng, slnco
blch timo It has riton two Inches.
Tho Mississippi and its tributaries nro
all falling slowly.
Tho Ohio is slowly and steadily declining-
srom l'itUburic to this city, with 15 incite
at Pittsburg and throo foot to thrco nnd a
half feet below Louisville.
Business hero Is still good, but show
symptoms of falling off. A quarantine of
25 dayt hat been declared nt nil tho Gulf
ports on all vessels rrom Aow urieans, on
account of tho yellow rover at that city,
and a railing- oU in shipments to cv ,Ur
lonns may consequently bo expected.
ThU blockado will make business nil tho
mora brisk when it i removed.
The Kvantvillo packots arc all behind
timo from low wator and are not ablo to
brine-out as full cargoes as formerly.'
They, however, bring considerable freight
i or rotipK!"k
.The Baker brottf&t ow dou.oi nour, oau
bbls. lime, and TO sacks bran, for rcshlp.
teat South.
The Bello Memphis and Bt, JosopU, re
celvedWtonsoach.at thlt port, and the
Kubicon rccoivoa ivw ton. q ,
The justaarck roosivoa uv tons ner.
The Xlla Ihs bretrglit et barrel
uml and bU, 25 tons glass
no moV&Mii furnituro for reshlp-
BaettJwth. hU her. fielg htwas teebipped
immediaU r. on the JJltssxitM sbss ssor-
80 Ims for ketanhU and way pelaiii
TU llagnU,.hBTlng been Woughly,
iwpaired atttl-paUted,. .t, nf w, mft tho
moat taauttM and stauncbott stoaiaors ia.
the river, flbe h recolvwf a earro tor
Hew Orleaad will leave here on Bat-
MMsUMtMtit." "1 ruirl r.M 1
ThalHilbroy hoi witlidrawn, from tho
Paducah dally packet trade for nfowfejfM
if not permanently' . f'
The Armn la eontmue4 to run iwmy nv
4 p.m. i "
I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ,
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For
isnttirr.
We ato atUliorlsgJ lo unaonaoa tlv.it Mr. A. If.
1RVIN IsaCftntlUtle for tho ottlca of Hhsrlf! of
Aloxanilfrcouiitjr, atthoonsulni; NnxewUr olee'
tlon, lafajsct to lbs deeliion of the Ucmr,c:atlo
County Convention. moWM
At the solicitatloB of 111007 cltiua of both poll
Ileal oarttes. I berebv uiraao mjMlt w th
FEOPLE'8 CANDIDATE for Bhmflot AlexMidtr
eonntTi nt the etitulag November elMtloa.
did FRED. KOF.HLKR.
FeMK iibieimo' M
OBIsKANN. , '
... L !
the splemllil flriiKlartneer 552n
ona freight steamer, JZiQf&QmJ
MAGENTA
J.8TUT NEAL,Mitor.
ADOLP1I MAIITIN, EMMETT BTRANO.-Clerks
Will lonre for tho above ana all intermediate port
on next
Saturday Even'g.pct.lst
K
PtMlfivcljr,
OB arrital of ihoafUrnooit train. L ftor frsttjsit 0
pMoago apply on board, or to vr fc
j. m. isnLLisM.
H0pt2Cltd
R
OW COAL TAKD
FOOT OF ELEVENTH SHEET
nt Curlma, Hurt
Okie Mirer
A ajtM mrf ets'haMtl.sstSSl M'yf
Erery Utf OnI Weighed, and Ml'
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the fullest satisfaction guarran
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AND MILL MACHINERY OP
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KETILLIC CASES.
Abo, all kinds ofWateBl and Black Valiat CoXn.
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