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JOHN II. OIIKM.T, Klltor and Publisher.
Haturhat Mornino, Fcbrimrylo, 1872
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THK DOLLAR WX-" HCLLETIN.
The judiciary commitlcc of the
Iiou.o of representatives have agreed to
report a bill constituting a judicial dis
trict in the northwestern and western
part of Illinois, with l'rccport and Pe
oria as the placet lor the court to
A Russian journal, published at
St. Petersburg, is rather hard on Sec
retary Fish and Gen. Grant for the
part they took atrainst Cntncazy. The
latter docs not seem to have suffered
very severly in the estimation of the
Russian government or people.
An Illinois lawyer writes to n
friend in New Haven that he is one (if
50,000 republicans in this state who
arc " nil resolved to forget past differ
ences and unite upon any good man
that will deliver our country of tho
political cormorants and plunderers
that arc suckin" its life awav."
M.uitin .1. Spaulmjco, primate of
the Catholic church in the United
States and archbishop of (lie diocese
of Baltimore, after a protracted illness,
died on the afternoon of the 7th, at 5
o'clock, at the archbishop's residence,
in Baltimore. He will be buried on
Monday next. He was in the C2d
year of his age.
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AN outraged public should spare
no pains in the effort to discover and
bring to punishment tho man Baker,
the conductor of the freight train which
collided with the passenger train on the
Rockford, Rock Island & St. Louis
railroad. The loss of life, the maimed
and crippled limbs aud terrible suffer-
uig which has resulted from it, may all
be traced to his criminai carelessness.
Tin: Cincinnati Qjmmtrcinl, inde
pendent radical, says : " President
Grant is not as happy as he was. Sev
eral unpleasant tint)'' have ocurrcil.
One of his brothers-in-law has made
n fool of himself in New Orleans ;
another of tho same valuable class of
relatives has done the same thing in
Copenhagen, while still another has
been discovered in an enterprise of a
disreputable character in New York.
The Qimncy newspaper!, radical
and democratic, are engaged in a dis
cussion as to who is responsible for the
temperance law. Tho prospect of
losiug fifty thousand votes in Illinois
is more than the radicals can
stand, even to claim the credit of a
measure which once would have been
the pride and boast of the "God and
morality " party. Radicalism is weak
and cannot afford to lose any of its
props at present.
TllK Washington Patriot groups
together the following array of figures:
" Pension frauds, 88,000,000 per an
num '" (Mr. Garfield) ; pension frauds
during Grant's incumbency, 21,000,
000,00 ; " revenue loss by smuggling
una fraud one-fourth of whole " (re
port of the civil i-crvieo commission);
average annual revenue, S.'iOO.OOO,
O0I) ; average annual stealage, 8125,
000,000; stealage during Grant's
incumbency. W7.'i.000,000 ; total,
'Vuv. Voidest, it is said, has de
termined to uvthe general order
bu,inoss connected vn tle .'uW York
custom house. (5 rant tin, . .
,u ims umj merit.
He i, perfectly willing to uimVlkAl uU
auu-m hi tnc
tlieyimycxtot.ua soon as the tmlAW
discover., them. That is he U i-rld
pniniMi to do o, and iluerve credit
for hU good intcutiuin. That thoy are
the kind which are uid to pave the
way to perdition, does not alter their
merit as promises, tl rant's promises
are always good.
Thk following interesting and ini
porlant information to ignorant hu
manity is given by a recent contrib
utor to Wnodhiill's IIVf.y.
In purs'jaiicoof kollcllatiniis made and
MSsenlfd to In th fall or ifeoo, I havo been
inedlu'iiiUtliully uxouiHtud with H 'ntli.riLi
of angelic huiiiaiilzurs in making theorct
leal preparations for the thorough, prac-
ii'.ui uiutiuu ui uiu jMuuirm oi nuinan
weii-Doiti, angniic auo curniite.
We suggest that the "angelic hu
maniuu j" begin on the lowest round of
tho ladder, where thoy will find Wood-
hull and Clnflhi, Theodore Tilton, etc.
flicu lut them tako Grant and u few of
his radical ndvihers, and then if they
hivo solved 'the problem of huuiuu
well being, nugolic aud caruute," and
uiu not iicod up in the operation, let
them begin businessin tho "field of the
tar A. car lose! r.r potatoes wore shipped
frmn St. Louis on Saturday last, billed to
llntiry Feiihring of this plnco. They re-mnino-t
t tho T. & V. depot on SunoV.
n.l wero consequently frozen. F,u'ir'nS
- I.. r.,.A ..Ln Hie potatoes in
tins' nondtllnn, r.nd tl.ov ere rcsl'lt.pcd to
St. Ljuls. Tho next ''""
will loo tho poll'"''' i''x-
Tdo Kdbrimry issue of tlint sterling
men hly, 7"lie American Odd Pillow, more
tliiin sustains Hsprovious high reputation.
The content! are both Interesting and In
itructlve, and pleasingly varied among
them : The Garland of Hop, nn excel
lent -lory; Illustrated article on lebru-
ary tho Keystone State, Charcoal Making,
and I ho Oyster Trade J Letters of the Un
lettcndj Humors of tho Day; lllitoryand
Triumphs of Lithography ; Sclentlflc and
Curii.m Facts; Hemlnliccncci of Early
Odd Fellowship; Original Poetry and
Miiculany; Departments for the Fratcr-
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The Little Corporal presents the
following Interesting table of contents for
February: Dora, chapter II, with Illus
tration by Helen C. Wcoks. Parsonage
Doves, with llliitratlon-by Mary E. C.
Wycth- Quest of the Flower by Edgar
Fawectt. Number Three, by A. H. Poe.
LIMc's Valentino by Olivor Thorite.
Sunimor days at Klrkwood, chapter VII
by Emllv Huntington Miller. Afloat on
nn Ice cake, with Illustration, by Charles
E. Hurd. The Ulvali, with full page Il
lustration by Gerald North. Prudy's
Pocket Is filled with tho usual variety of
spicy letters from tho llttlo folks j and
Private (uncr's Knapsack iscrowdod with
things to puzzlo tho minds of tho boys
and girl for a month to come. If you
want a magazine that Is always fresb,
sparkling, and vigorous, subscribo for Tur.
Little Corporal. Terms $1 00 a year.
Address John E. Miller, Chicago, 111.
TUB AMNESTY BILL FARCE.
TREATY OF WASHINGTON
PROSTRATION OF AMERICAN
ETC., ETC., ETC.
the amnestt hill.
"Washington, Fob. G, Tho amnesty
bill was yesterday before- tho senate. From
tho "backing nnd filling" of tho radical
senators on this question and tho pulling
together of tho canting moral rads. of tho
east nnd west, and tho plundering, blun
dering carpet-baggors of tho south, who
carccly caro to nssumo tho garb of hypo-
critc,whcn nnything is propoicd that looks
like amnesty I urn morn than over convin
ced that there is an understanding to slave
It off. Of couiso Schurz, Trumbull and
Fcnlon are not In this secret; neither is
Sumner, tho bull in the china thop, who
plays direct! v into tho hands of the "clique"
and smashes everything by his infernal
miscegenation amendment, for it mean
nothing more nor losv The result will bo
t'.ut ainnestv will ho defeated throii?h
Sumner's negro mntila nnd the administra
tion whom ho is unintentionally serving
will point to Grant as favoring nmnesty
and his opponent Sumner us defeating it
tho now Georgia senator, to hi maiden
speech completely riddled Simmers amend
ment and pointed out most clearly and
convincingly the object of it, mUcegcna-
tion, and tho evils which would flow from
its adoption. Ho Is an able addition to
tho senate. Senator Carpenicr, one of tho
Grant cliquo played villi Sumner much
to the amusement of the senate and galle
ries. This 1 judgo w.n the part assign ed
him in tho amnesty force. It appeared
that Carpenter is, ucording to Carpenter,
n great lover of tho constitution, which
no one would havo known judging by hi
votes, and, ns everyone knows Sumner
dotes on the declaration of independence.
These two worthies spread themselves on
their devotion to their respective- tiuid
arJsand quite a Hurry w created which
ended in a laugh ngiiiist the august
TllOt'lll.K IIUKWl.NO IN THK RADICAL (iAJIP.
Sumner claim ihithU amendment will
command Milllcient votes to tack it to tho
nmnesty bill and it I- aid that cthii
Sch u will votu fur it :is amended. Tho
lioii-u will not concur; the radical mem
bers of that body Imhn; nmro nearly re
sponsible to their constituents for their
a:U will not daru to go beforo tho people
for re-election after voting to mix tho two
cplors in. the public schools and they, from
will ilefeat the invasuro.
,nSBir will then withdraw It and place
tti-iii, iiufore thu lunate on Its own
monw, una u ir(.ur ulfphant never was
" ""'"re n pirtvon tho ovo of
an elrctlun. w, hu fr,emh n0.
cept the aniniul ,,, .,, ,. ,,.,.
and brothers " ... .
...... ""inutile mo grrav
bulk nf their party in U,., ,uU, ,
Tl.K TREAT V or WAHMl0
There has been quite u emlUon
duced hero by rumors with rugate, u Uio
treaty of Washington, growing out ot
threats or the l.jndoii press. OUleiulivl
. 1 t. .1.! 1 .." I
iiiviui iimmi.g miuwm iu uiuieaiu irouulo,
Johnny Hull got too much tho hot of us
In that dicker to dialler much h'joiU It.
Vi'o will sou whbh party will foot tho
fiddlers' bill, the danco being a costly one.
OUR COUMF.HCE llANKRlTTCr LOOKS Us
IN THE FACE.
Hon. Dan'l. V. Vorhees laid recently
that the bankers knew that the south to
day was bankrupt. Everybody. Includir.t:
the bankerr, know that If the commerco of
this country is not soon restored to what
it onco was, both north aud south will bo
sunk, nationally, as well as indlvUlualh.
In utter bankruptcy, tho complete loss of
our im.-.. . .... oou.g too primary
luu,l ' '"ul'Bio'coataining 7 rooms, cistern and out
many piaiii ,irin:u iu iuigri-M vo r.'ine-
dy the evil, If that of the international
THE CAIRO DAILY
f ilcamshp company, composed of practical
business men who have given this question
both In this country and Europo their
especial attention, and who now pro-
poso tno erection of an iron
hip-bul!dlng yard, with docks and nil fa-
cllltics for tho construction of Iron and
wooden veise's of any size, required for
naval or common IjI purposes; the gov
ernment to have tho preference In caso of
emergency. Thoy show by facts nnd fig
ures that Iron of a superior quality to any
madooruscl In Great Britain, in tho con.
struction of steamships and steam machin
ery, can bo made bore, by tho economy of
having all tho labor dono In this locality,
from the smelting of tho iron oro until the
Iron is lined on the vessels; thus saving
five distinct profits, besides the cost of
handling and transportation, all of which
makes the dlfl'orenco In the cot of Its pro
duction in this country and Greut Britain.
This ship yard must nlso supply, at an nd
vance of five per cent, on cost, to our ship
builders, nil shipbuilding machinery as
they may require. Tho company, from
its own resources, will at onco commence
the formation of a line of soini-wcekly
steamship, and placo them on tho route
bctweon tho United States and Europe,
asking only the mall pay as now provided
by law for carrying tho mall.
This project meets with great favor In
congress as being cntiroly practicable and
unobjectionable as, it requires no subsidy
citbor In money or lands. Tho govern
ment Is involved In no expense In uccept
Ine this proposal. Tho navy departmo.it
can savo over $2,000,000 a year in repair
ing its vessels. Merchants can buy ships
as low as can their English rivals and by
this means our lost commerco can ngain bo
restored. Tho most stringent safeguards
aro thrown around tho financial and busi
ness oporatious of this company who
proposo issuing $5,000,000 worth of their
own bonds, which duposltcd in tho United
States treasury, 'are only to bo drawn out
as property Is created to secure their pay
ment. I havo not space to cnumerato the
advantages to flow from this enterprise, but
trust that tho gentlemen composing the
International steamship company may
soon be enabled by act of congress to pro
ceed In a work which has for Its object so
great a national blessing as the restoration
of our well nigh extinct commerce.
A CHILD'S PARTY.
From the N. Y. Standard. )
The dresses consisted of white, nlnk,
rcllow and bluo silk, elaborately trimmed
and decked with spangles. Tho llttlo miss
es had their hair dressed in tho latest style,
frizzed, puffed, powdered and adorned
with flowers. White kid cloves wero cen
orally worn. One thing was lacking
in the minature representation or an atlu.lt
nartv. viz : enameled faces. Powder how
ever, was freely used. One llttlo girl (if
sho could bo recognized as such) purlieu
Inrly engaged attention, bl.o was appar
ently ten years of aie. In addition to the
powdered hair nnd dazzling costume, sho
sported, with true appreciation, a pair of
diumond car rings, a gold chain, and a
locket studded witli diamonds. On each
arm was a bracelet of elaborate workman
ship, which bIio held up for display, ex
claiming, as sho did so to her ad
mirers: "There's no i-liain tlmil these;
thoy'ro tho real thinir. " which her audi
tors wero quite willing to bellove. Iftlio
above seems incrodtnie, wiiat will llio lol-
lowing do ( A ltuio girl ot seven sum
mers was arrayoi in u roi-colored silk,
$7 per yard, point appllquo nowers, a gal
axy ot diamonds and other expensive
jewelry. A gold belt, tho bucklo of which
was ttuddoa Willi diamond" ; n nana oi
gold encircled the head, and from a
pendent on tho forehead sparkled
a soitniro of great value. Her mother was
heard to exclaim exultantly, that tho price
of her child's outfit for that evening, was
$5,000. Another mother jealous of the
sensation caused by such a display, re
marked, that " upon tho next occasion
mino shall bo dressed in tea-rose silk,
which is by all means less common than
pink, as my child's complexion is such
that sho can wear anything."
A WOIIII FOR NOVELS.
Novels familiarize men's minds with socie
ties not confined to any ajro or class. The
poorest student treads palace rooms; tho
seamstress In tho garret penetrates into
tno mo l inclusive boudoir. 1 lie pauper
without a vote takes p.irt In the highest
politics of past times. Suggestions of
philosophy, of wisdom, clothed with per
sonality, are generallydrunk in ; and tho
render rises bettered ; not taught tho most
upproved kind nf drainage ot work-house
or lunatic asylum, hut so lifted above tho
meaner thoughts of daily life, ho Is In
spired to tako a broad and generous view.
Man does not livo by bread alone, nor by
facts alone. Wo are not all of us states
men, statician?, or student', careful to
read everything on both sides of tho ques
tion, and to test every assertion. Tho
world Is moved by feeling more thnn by
Interest or argument. .tivo power; an nblo
novelist uuy onlit on tho side of justice
that Inrgi force of public fooling which is
called thu opinion i f tho day, without
which the legislative machiuo could not
lu made to move. To lift men up, to
make them superior to daily need, to
make them forget animal wants and hab
itual littleness, is In itself of tho greatest
and purest use.
TOOK 11 A III. A V.
Defeated Harlan receive but littto
sympathy. Tho Now York (?amnsrclal
Ailcert'mfr administers a lut olVonnolatlon
which is too good to bo wasti-il. It ought
even to soften tho lie.ut of that obdurate,
old Cincinnati Uazcttr : " in better days
and calmer times, ' my thu comforter,
"Senator Harlan Wn it unriUtt-r of the
gospel, and in pursuit of that holy calling,
he feariud tho lesson of Chrittfan resig
nation. He has also seen the wicked flour
ish like n green bay tree, ind while tho
shunts of Ids enemies nro i-iill ringing in
hlsoars, he takes comfort from tho words
of David, waiting patiently for tho hour
when tho wicked shall bo rooted out, and
tho righteous exalted.
. 'l'he lliiltlmoro Amtritan says that tho
' ,u"""rand Ohio railroad company has
'Y.'ii """"'Vol with Iron freight-cars; and
it!, ! i imoroveniont over
1 ,w.r .C'':r,l"u "' discovered that In
nS'MtVw,hn kinds of freight
m. to 1. if'"lfc,y wealing pro
o bVl n " 'Luh subjected: ' To
was rninn,,,! .. . . i V""'"
found, th-t If il, . i. " '. "aen H Was
will, dust l,Bv bsTro ,. :,rm?vcrcii
being set onllro bv ,m xti whle V
Iheir way into thJ ca.l through ZC
nc!s left open for ventilation Tho 1 'V
pany, however, is experimenting with ro ;
cari", and will usu every exertion to brlntr
them Into general u$e, h
Fou Sale.-A cottage on I'.'tl, street
houses complete. Apply to
I yt iiyi Thornton
BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1872.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IK FLOUR:
Ohio Illver Bint Knmmlia
70 Ohio Lsvek,
r OAUtn. it.MNoi
ri'in, riiorKMtvm. ilmix tcaicic
UIIAS. SCIIOKN.MEVKH St CO
Allorilrrx roin jitljr ntlended to,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WABHINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
BUTOH E JEl
mn Brum in
Eighth Street, Hetwken Washington
and Commercial avenues,
Ailjoiulng Itlllriibouae V lliuiuy's,
Keep (he be.t of Heef, I'ork, Mutton, Val,
l.H nli, haujugf, ele., aiiU are ireareU to serve
o'lltfin In ltii moH acceptable manner.
II K T II K R II A
l U'nukrisha, M IkcoukIu,
''iliiioulrilKcilciirr of llriglit'K I)leao, Dlabelea
j!,0l'Hy, I'll Htlcutioii ot KlUnry, lllailiter anil
Jiuu.rj or;'ii, alio Liver troubles, H. 1'. Chase,
VaUatlreurihe Unlteil Blalea, restored to
"'."Uli tiv ItHiite, In nit vteeka.
J. WHU, ttneral KfMt lor Ilie Blato ol lilt.
Vv.i' I I'uleaalo auU llfiall Hopply "Depot, 7S0.
iV,?u ,'' ''"'. ChieoKO, llllnbia. All orrtera by
"II IT'onpiiy HileinUd lo. Send for circulaia.
w. n. Monnis,
II. It. CANURK
No. rub.nn.U). 8. Ccm.
PIKK, UULL, OAKGO, L1VU STOCK
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INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Asei. t.s-vi.aos n
Ainets 7(4,917 (f
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A1IKIUCAN CKNTKAL, MO,
At .cmyjijo on
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL L1FK,
Aturl 30,(jn,X) DC
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORI), LIFE AND
RAILWAY rASKENOEna ASSURANCE
SAFFORD, iMORUIS & OANDEE,
71 Ohio I.cvre,
City NMIonnl Hunk, CAIIiO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
I S TJ -A. 1ST O E
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
AaeMn l,41,Jle 2f
OERMANIA, K. T.,
Aaaet 1.0CI.721 7
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets - 7Je,SC2 00
RF.PUIILIC, N. Y.,
Comprising the Underwriter' Agency.
TONKEK?, N. Y.,
AMt 67S.4M If
Aaet - 4M.193 2:1
FIRESIEN'a FUND, H. F.,
Arttln 678,000 CO
SECURITY. K. Y. MARINE.
AaeK. ),i3j,,i) ai
STORK, DMellingi, Furniture, Hull and Car
Kora, Inaured at ra'.ri as fToiabli an aound,
Iermanent securliy 1U warrant.
1 renpectlully alc ci tho cltitena of Cuiro, a
share ol their patronage.
'. v. iii:iiii s.
J1IN ATKN, Proprietor.
M Commercial Avenue, CAIIIO, 1LI.1NOIHJ
Ilesl brand of California Cljrarf Juat received,
BILLIARD ealoon furnished with tho txat ol
tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clirars of the finest brands.
A. SUSAN K A,
And Dealer In Foreign and Domesllo
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
07 Ohio Lovee,
Ilelnecn Ninth and Tenth Mroeti,
130 Ohio Lever, near Mono I)t-fio
.1. 1). ZANONK, l'ROI'RIKTOR,
Fresh Shell OysterB Received DailjJ
Keeps ulwsya on hand fialtimoro on! Mob!
Jysters, which h will l-i- glad to Mne to his cut..
omers In the Lest eliv. rlecVtl
CO A LI COAL! COAL I
I)U QUOIN AND MOUNT OAltltON
Comniereinl-av., Foot of Elevcntli-ht.
All Coal carefully weighed it Ihs yard on Fair
FULL WEIUHT WARRANTED.
Coa! delivered on Ihe. ahorlest nullce in anj
part ol lh cuy, either by tln half ton, ton or car
Leavo order at the orEc on Coinint-rclaJ.av. a
lis footof Eleventh street iiovici.r.m.
J. M. rillLLIPS St CO.,
("uceessori lo K. II. tlcndrlek' A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
WlIARF-IJOAT mOl'Kl KTOKS)
ApLlberal Advances in itponsS
r- Consignment. SE
Are prepared In rieeite, aiotn aui orworJ
frelKhts to all points and buy ai.u
till un corn in 1 I i,n.
Iluslnesa attended lo proinptlr
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits nnd Nuto,
No. 134 Commorcial-ave.,
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE, ""
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
I)... MATHUA". E. C. UHL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. oi ouio i.r.vr.E,
BUttn Fourth Swlh SI:, AlftO.ILI.
CHARLES M. HOWE Si CO.,
No. G4 Ohio Levee,
MILLER A: I'ARKER,
FOltWAKDI NO ilEltCIIAN TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS roit FAIRBANKS SCALKS
Ohio I.kteb, CAI RO, ILLS.
STRATTON Sz RIRD
(Succe-sors loStralton, Hndson A Clara.)
COMM ISSION M KUCHA.NTS,
57 Ohio Ievee, Cairo, Illinois.
t3rAgents nf American Powder Co., aud man
asents for cotton varn-
CLOSE Si VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner I'.lghlh Ntrrrt and Ohio l,vrt
JOHN B. PHILLIS iSON
(Mucceasora to Jno.B. I'hillls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c..
Cob. TKNTIl-ST. and OHIO LEVKE
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnlahed on aliorteat notice.
Coinincroial-tiv, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
DOOM, Niftlf, KTOl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
I3J TENTH RTREKT,
ISoor, Kftats, Rllnitn, noiilillnsa,
KviCluUcri),(nool Wlndownnd ISooj
Framea, Kloorlna;, I.alh,
NhliiBlen, Ulncrd Nnash, Ulnird Ntilr
I.IkIiIm, illntswl Trnnaoma,
HhhIi nl(hlN, Nnli I'ulllesj astid Conla,
III I ml Fnnlriilnfc. ItooHuc
fell, It oo II Me Omeul, I'lantrrlna;
I'nitcr, Cnr,el frit, Wbll
I.emi, I.lnard Oil, Amerlrnsa Window
tilaam, KssiclUh andrreneli
I'lnfe (llrniN, I'lilly, SJInaler'a folnln
Newer I'lpm Pnlent S'htmneys,
Elf., Klc, kir.
AOKNT8 lor Rock lllvel Taper Company's
Vheathinir Kelt and Huarls Cement.
II. W, John'a Improvrd Hooflnj; alwayi en
LOUIS JORGE N S E N ,
Dealer Ir. all kinds or
STAPLE AND FANCY
rartner's Yarsl and Hlabtlai;
Cor, Waahington-avnnd Twenticth-nt.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
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