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THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1800.
rUDMBUKD 11Y JOIiy 11. OHKItLY A CO.
M. II. HAIIHKM,, ASSOCIATE KDITOR.
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llllnolt iv imill di'ntiKO oiTJiih-j
Tho trains now lqaYoifjpllpA: ,
' fJOlNCi NOHTIIS
Mall train Ieaesnt
,. 2 o'clock a.m.
Mall Irald i
e n'nWjr O.TTI.
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:.,..;U.,H.r. I:M o'clock a.fnj
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Wny' nrr' el'jVaMAit'X.....'
I'xprera " ......... ..............
Dully, Sundays excepted
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6C.0 " ' 'P-m.
7s?0 " a.m.
fi- c iri
rrii.n l,lnr ti1i niniiirs sneak of .1 Bliscop-
.HV ....www.... I"-1 i V . -I J' "J'tt Jl
tiblo young Kchtlemnn lif that lowrl Vrhd'
becamo deeply umltteu by tho charms
of a young lady whom be met In the
ball room at tho St. Charles. Ho didn't
know bow ho could leavo' town, and to
ir tb to make tho effort ho,
unn.i htiiiHolfatthe breakfast boards of
tho .St Charles for a cup or Laijuyni.
"Steak, fried bam, ham and eggs,"
came In silvery accents from tho lips of
the attending waitress Tho voloo was
familiar. Turning around in his Beat he
behelU, In a clean calico gown and snowy
apron, bis ball-room charincrnf tho night
Well now, what of It? Tho young
Udy la Uoubtlcsf i!L and virtuous.'
Why la Hbo lees charming hccaujjo ""by
tho sweat of her brow" she chtns her
bread?" Thatwuno Paducwh bb an. might
fall In lovo with a hundred fragile, ivory
colored, stinpor.rif? pWoVeriltH abd
fashion, and In tho wholo lot bp unab
to find one who would tniko rhlrn'i
sensible, substantial and loveablo a wife
us Bho of the St. Charles dining room.
Tlmt'o our notion of tho mutter.,
Hi. Xarj'a I'nrk lo br Improved.
The Ht. Mary's Park, Ih tbo upper part
of tho city, I lo bo enclosed by a picket
fenfco and otherwise Improved, with duo
dispatch. ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 ' '
A resolution has passed tho select com.
inlttcc authorizing the mayor to appoint
n committee of three-one from each
board and one citizen- -to "superintend
Tho Improvements contemplated will
Involve tho expenditure of about threo
Dr. Auotln, surgeon dentist, extracts
teeth without pain, and in tho Insertion
of new teeth, singly or In setts, gives tho
most completo satisfaction. Jtoom
Commercial avenue, between Klghth and
Ninth streets. J161w
Irr for tlir I'oarlli mmI.
Hereafter a bupply oficoNvlll
for salo on tho corner of ltUli and Poplar,
at tho same rule as furnished by other
IJulilUI t'micliinir. j),
Tho Itov. II. H. Rlobanlson, tho pio
neer Baptist ot lowei Krfypt, will preach
in tbo Baptist, church, corner, of iMwh-:
Ington avenue and Elghlqctntl) slreet,
this and to-morrow ovenrng, 10th and
17th. Tho public is Invited to attend.
The Groat Crescent City Circus will
exhibit in Cairo on tho lBth and 19th Inst.
The pubjjo rlU please bear this ac Jn,
mind, and not bo mislead by tho falso
dates placed under qoraitt th;Crcceut
City's bills. It is an institution that trav
els on itaowa nierttsji bprrowhir'clat'
and prestige of none. ' ''Jelfi 3t
"Barrett's" tbe aMt appreVed.n - $ai
Jral ln(ruBiall Ccaeart.
Carl Wittlg, assisted by ,hU grand
daughter, Emma Wlttlg, orphan child of
Carl Wlttlf , Jr. deceaaed, has been ta
kon in especial charge by her grandfath
er, and under the faithful and able in
structions of that accomplished violinist,
haa at tha early ( of twelve years
aanlfealed remarkable proficiency la
the musical art. Together .with his sons,
and host of amateur performers, they
will give a grand 'oen'oertrln the'Bt.
Charles Hotel on Thursday evening,
June 17tb, 16C0, for tho benefit of the
three orphaa girls (children of Car'
Wlttlg, Jr.,) who have been in their in
fancy thrown upon their aged grand-1
parents. For further particulars see pro
gramme. Tickets 60 cents. For salo at
Hannon'a bookstoro and the 8t, Charles
Hotel. , Jel5d2d
"Barrett's" Infallible Hdlr Hesfb'ralivo
If you want a good stove; or tinware
hollow.ware, copper or sheeUiron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that lue,
call on A. Frase'r, Commercial' aveiuoj"
hctcen Eleventh and' Twefflh sireet,
wbcro he haa moved to, and fitted up the
largest and piost completo shop in
Partlculalr Atteatlon given, to steam
boat and mlll; wprkwpjTO fsrlikjajd
ami Bhcet iron worn, sucu us chimneys,
breccber escaping steam-pipes, etc.;
The Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio'
Jiovcc, '(urHlshwdlth .the latest: styles
of tables, and the bar suppVled with the
most excellent liquors. Freb lunch is
pread everyday ata. W, kndHlit.va.
Save your lives and property. A.
Fraser is agent for the copper.iioroll light.-,
ulugrod company and will"rllf all orders
promptly. Call at onco mid have them
put on your buUdlagyThW is the best3
and safest rodaow JUA ShopouCbBJii
aierolal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl24d8m
"Ilarrelt's" satlfies oVcrvbodv.
'Persons requlrlnp; thu Hervleos of a llrat
class dontlsLflbauid rail rtttbo rooms of
ltottHftthofafeCo y JjfO 1 e
Flro on Nevmtli Mlreet.
Yesterday morplug a flr.o broke out In
tho rear of a fram'd' oWidlfig onSovont'h
street, botweSil .WidHuPntTd ''Cedar, -bill'
way extinguished before RJnvolved the
,oi tiro building. Tho occupant, a negro
toman, was nbaqnt whonttbeflreibroko
tit. A defcollvo lluo was no doubt tbo
, . . .
. Illrih Injr rnrly.
' 'SHsa Loisi Vincent, daughter of our
umlablo n,nd qnUirprisiug fellowclllon,
F. Vlnce.nt,, celebrated thonUyeutof her
slxlcqnth.blrth day, last night, by a party
atlhn rcMdouco of her father. fSluch of
the youth and beauty of tho city were
there; and ntaji .advanced hour In the
evening tho festivities wcro at their
bight. There was jxn abundanco of good
things, and Allsa Ioulsa presided with
an ease anu allabillly Ibat madb every
participant feel tbo cordial welcome I
tended. It was, beyond doubt, one
ttv finest airiilrs of tbo sonnon.
' How lo Jfll Cnlro.
Wo suggested, ycAlotday, that citizens
of: (Cairo in Igbt, accomplish something
for tho business prosperity of Cairo by
sending thowcokly 'Bulletin' to their
frlonds aud'pnlfotis Ai'tficip'imlry.' Mr
K-. Jilntou, dealer In Ice, "seeing the
point," came forward this morning and
fetibiarlbed for three copies, and 'ordered
them sent to frlonds abroad. H a
friend to Cairo, and has, herein,i mani
fested his frlendsUlpb bi((jirks.
r rWo jjomraj!U,tho oxamplo of Mr. J
TAn'ton'toSur frlonds generally. Our1
business' tmpH might distribute several
hundVed'Copic oMbe weekly 'Bulletin'"
'tri thb surrounding countryr to the ad
vantage of themselves and' tbe good of
the city. Country patrons of the (alro
market 'vlll not bo unmindful of the
compliment; but will show themselves
deserving of, tbe attention, , '
Cairo lias scores of cltiztns who avow
themselves deeply concerned for her
malerlaladva.ncq'mcnt, but so. .far most.
ofltbeiu ha v,o giyen 4fwnnbj,.ujouthlugi".
aijthe only ovldenco of their sincerity
iiCltineso men imltute the example set
jbyMr. lilntou, and they will gUu their
frlondsblp for tho city an effectiveness
that will bq fclu
Hlngle subscrite. $2 per annum iu.ad
vanco. Fivb Copies $8. Corno forward,
gentlemen, and subscribe for tho weekly.
"Hnrrelt'K" free from dirt and gum.
I4i rn I llr Itlm.
The weather during the past two days
has been cool, buoyant and tracing.
Abattalllon of United States Regulars,
frriih JetTersoti barracks,t passed ddwu
yesterday eveulnir on board tbo steamer
k'Rt-J'DUniarck, on routo for Te?xa
The Itcv. H H. IttcuarUson-will preach
his closing sermon in thu Baptist church,
corner of Eighteenth and Washington
avenuo tnls evening.
Tho Hev Dr. Dodge, pastor of th6'
Baptist church of this city, during the
past eight or .totumonths, will hereafter
'operats la sonieqther field of labor.
(Jus Altliouso bad a splendid supply of
red currants, cherries, new cabbages,
strawberries and vegetables generally on
sale'in the iharket house this )rbofo!Rf'
He was crowded with customers. It.
Tho, now saw mill, in the Fourth Ward,
wilt.be. devbtd excluslvelv to theaawlng
of walnut timber. It will create a mark
et for all tho walnut logfjbit ca&.I out
within flfty nilles.ef Calrjo.. -,V?Hy
does uot some gentleman,of cap
ital leise the pump powef.'iSd the land
adjolnfng and erect a cottop or wpplen
factory;? No Hie of buslaesV could bo
pursued more aatlafactorily I a. C iff f 7
'The tnji;uBUBUlc .Cojaeert under ,(ho,
direction of Uhe"veteran Wlttlg, comes
oft In Ithe hall of ha St. Charles this
evening. A family of helpless grand
children has been eharged to .the'.oarejof
the oId'gentlemaufan lovers ofgopdmu-,
sic will find much fo enjoy by attending
besides, the co'nsoidusness. that they are
doing something toward the. suppjobjf
the orphans; ' ' m5
Mrs. Walker will be installed next
Monday as matron of the Cairo Orphan
Asylum. She Is an lntelllgeat, Christian
woman, and will no doubt fill the posi
tion most acceptablyr A
Quito all the opposition toa subscrip
tion of ?100,000 bonds to' the Cairo A Ful
ton railroad company was based upon
the belef that the company was com
pelled to build the road, anyhowl .That
erroueous impression removed, the op
position will narrow Itself down 'fori cor
poral's guard. 1 " "
tJhe Alexander county relief law will
'not thecQUUty, In the typ years, between
$11,000 and $12,000.' Whea the.prpliau
Asylum receive their 10 per cent, of the
amount, and the ltci(tcn(Qt expenses are
paid,, bet ween $8,000 and '$9,000, and no
tnorclwill be left to appropriate, to the
cure or paupers ana criminals. There
"port. thnt tlio eouuty would realize, $80,.
(K)irls(mply prepbstefous. ii4
We admonish young gentlemou who
can't spell, and aro courting by mail to
mIIpIc to tlm ninrrlB'tre'(V)ntriirt ttir(f rnuv
" 0 j
enter ijito, The law ,1s merciless on
lovers who. rjanfjj peU, Jlqmpniber the
fa of Spra'giie.
Tbo dogs doii't'seom to be sajetl a
bit. After 'this ist'dav 'of Jiirie tliev wore
to havubeenkilied-bywhpesale, unlesr
ithyi(Ho a muzzleaml a tax a,b( whsu,
they appeared upon thov 6tredts, As'
about the usual uumberlnfestthestreets.
lh Inoilry Is rifo: "has anybody lost a
'rbos ijlgh iToWul'niepametit oftno1
public holiool was packed with visitors
this nftciTioon, fo witness the closing ex
ifrol80. Wc huvo ji j Hpdyofor details in
Aldertnnn Jlieobold.loft for Ulnolnnati
:M tho 2 p.m. train. Ho. will bo absntit
L $wo or threo weeks. .
I Tlio vcternti 6hrJ.'B? Hackdrls fitMho
Ifot Sprhigsj A'rknirirfftft. fWo libptftt, 'fnlH
restoration of',lbo nojd . guiitl,eman's
illtaltb and strongth will be the result of
his trip to that rtiggld region uf "Ihiuk
ensack" . "
"Barrotfs" la highly perfumed. 1 f'
U'lio AVitlit n Job?
Head thoCounty Clerk's advertisement
'calling for sealed, proposals for rouU,"i
work in tho county. The orders of Alex
ander county, are now In ynod demand,
and can bo mado available qulto readily
after you gel 'om Here's a chance.
How many Cairo democrats would toko
umbrage, shbuld ve chargo tliatthoy hre
oxcoedlngly"lukovrtrm In nil party move
ments about which they wcro not person
ally'consulted? Fifty? -.yes, ruin, i JJut-
inimcrous as this class of democrats are
they ure greutly nutuunibered by -those
citizens wbo act as If nothing In business,
commercial and social life is'dcscrvlng,
or ought to succeed, nnless they are per
mitted to take be lend. Thh is an un
happy state of ri flu Ira that must work
Injury lo the city.
Tho Johnson county -peuplo aro In a
slew about a court hotisu contract lately
obtained by J. K. Fnek, late of Cairo,'
anq A. J. Kuykendall, Into "tho gentle
man from Illinois" In congress. It is
conjectured on tbo ouo aide that there is-
"something rotten In Denmark," and on
it. . .ii.. ii . i
uiu oiuer mai jounson county is pro
lific In (he production of curpcrs, growl
ers and olllcious intcrmeddlen with:
courthouse coplrUctsl Tho controversy
'Has reached tbo courts.
Ifrallhfnl MMd.Iiclluirwl utvermg:
Thp celebrated belter's, Kisslugen and
TVitolsvlllo Artesian waters aro kept' on
draught at the City Drug Store,' Com
merclal avenue, between tilxth and Sev
enth streets. JoJ5tf,
Barolay - Brothers
June 15 d&wlw
Ircu Ta-iii -rrw
Cliarley Noves' irreat Crescent Cltv
Circus com puny will pitch Its tenton the
Corner or Tenth and Poplar Htrecta to
morrow, and give an ufiernoun uud even-
Jug .exhibition. Tho company Is an A.
i. 1 organization, uuil embracen inuuh
of thu first talent of ihu country. The
Wilson Brothers, who form tt big caid ot
.tliejiihclvef, are with Nodes', as is the
graceful and fearless Mlns Stlckney,
daughter of tho veteran showman Sum
Stlcknvy. And us thu Crescent City
comes Into such close Juxtaposition with
Lake's circus w may xpect something
urpasolnuly excellent Mit..usalL turn
out at least lu sultlclent nuinbers to re
fund Noyea' tho threo hundred dollars
ho has already left in the uny.
A Hchuuurr ailM. Whurf.
At tho extromepolut or the delta lies a
schooner, here from lake Wiuuebagoy
via Fox, Wisconsin, uud M jalsippl rivr
ers. She made tho trip aldou only by
current and sail from St. IaiuIs to Cairo
in 228 hours, about seven miles per hour.
HhFwMl receive 160 tons frelghthere aud
pal out for New Orleans, and from thence
W kaow nut where. Her appearance
excited considerable curiosity among
those who had not' been made familiar
with sailing crafts.
Tabatcu Bale la-any.
There was a fair ai tendance of buyers,
at the sale oftbs Plaaten'Tobaeee Ware
house company to-day and the tobacco
oWjcqiuionded prices that were highly
Tho sales were as follows:
rriMfttt..... f 7 001 fi hhia t
. (. 10 0813
3 ' - it a 3 .
"k - , 14 Ml .AW.15 W
3 1 13 76 1 6 " 76
i ' 12 Til 0 " i M..O0 0U
The prices obtained producing an av
erage of $11.85, which was pronounced
"good" oa all sides. Out ef sheerty one
hofsheadssold thoro was only ono rejec
And thus uncoursglngly progresses
the 9a(ro tobacco market.
A Connecticut editor, elloaatt ioy
sidewalk lasj (we;k, Ho did tnot use
unparllamehafylanguaB"e,,M as' somb
would have dono, but bit his lips, rubbed
aown tno uruises,' and whiio a benevo
lent smllo radiated his countenance,
r6in'orked: "Wo don't oherlBh any 111
will,; but for light and entertaining read,
lug mater, recommend to us the obituary
of tho man who owns this sidewalk.' '
least injuring the riat, Jhla attachment
tochamp3gnebotUes in this country is
'thajot w 'single drop J8 left lu (hem
after tliey aro onoe opened, n.'.
, .mini t .0'
rr( lAl for the Hi Ifoura) EaaUaaar a
Tw o'cluek, P. ST.
olmubua. Wm. While, 1'wliWali.
navillit llorer. flt. Ioulf. '
...Ml..n'.. UII.V..II....I. KVCUiniLK! IU
Aloe Pi-an, do .Mary Kounton, N, O,
1.AIII.1..II. I. . I . .1 I I U...HI.M.U .1.1 X '
no 10 .iiemiinia. .tieinun h.
Oan. Antiunion. Columbua,
LouUIauo, Not Orison,,
aiamarakl do '
Wm Whita: l'aducali,
Wary llnuKton, I.ouUr.
Hello foniphl!, SI. Lou.
' TnweatUerDoutlnues clear and pleas
ant with the mercury ranging id 'the'
neighborhood of 82 degrees,
? The Ml8slsslppMsoteidll on thofdo
Vlfno at St. Louis,
Tho dhlo Is falling again at Pittsburg
An attachment to achautpagno bottle,
patented In Kngland, pormlts a' pnft of
'theconteuts to bo drawnfwJtbout'lu the
...f.l. r t .1... ..Ij. t : I jff-wi. '
wiiu o juub in uiu uiiiiiiiiui aim t juiouifl
vlllo with 4 feet 4 lnchn in tho dhutb
over thofHljs1 . j
Here tke,riyqr has,cflavjietl titoOt'ln tWfeyp
paBt 24 hours.
The Cumberland Uad:,S :bbls 'SifilfdV
Ht. Liouls and a few nltirs nundrlen for
other, points. , r .
Tho Wm. yhto,Cat. Norjhcni, Jstio
Cairo and Padueah packet tbl.i eyeing. -
Thu ArmadH, Capt. Ous. Dusorjcbet.Js,
tno Cairo ann .vansvuio paoKct tins
e'veilltig. ' ,
' "The Tyrono is the Tdgulftr Cairo and
Nasbvijlo piicket to-day.
Notice Is horew Hit JribM scaled rtrwifaYii .flll
no received um unicn unm.i o npcK.n.. or. nony
ilay. th 21tluyor"Juno: 1W, far llenlnx ninr.cx-
bo rceolved tniflicA
.1n. it., nif ..n..rnrTi,n
. .m v. una. 11 ipmcifiiiH .l..iViiv
tomlliiE tlmt Ixirtlon of Chf Cl ronml Jontubofo iViad
known n tho Prtlt rv4i rollnwn, lo-wllr-p.
CutmntnclneattM upper end of ralil Ti.l(f
nn inyinr wnito oroiir oak reus, ai irai iout-whw
fqimrc, elclit ftt'lij; ami mjuoro at ono enJj iwfU.
raiN (o ho laid mr'Wj wine, lu. n .uniform iiiiiiiot,"(hfl
ivlinlo length of.aalil mail, on jh onutlald. tit aod;
Ainitilnu tlif rail laid 1 Prkir iloilfffs on' laid.
rrutl tho nqnara cnil-to'W lltlrd rlaIjr up Irftjio
rallnhnwon kok! ri-ad. -Bnld mil to be toTered with
rarthalx Inchon In tho cenler, Hoplnif gradnnlly to
nroo Indies tlilok on either Miio. l ho whom work to
iMVlnnn la a eood. workmnnllka manner, and to con
form r nmr n potalhle lo the road linllt by raid Tar
KcA )lft.1ff. To bo t-omWotp.d by tlio fir-1 (lav of
I'irt ulil.llngon ald road will bid nacasubnsi,
by thnlenlal tard.
Jr. . Ill 1 1 II. . . I . 1 1. ...
lly order of tlio oountr rotirf
i lie roiir win rcf ervo win ngni to rrjee pu oiuj.
X.TNCH, fountj Cleric.
June 17, lfCT-MId
STOVES, TINWARE,- ETC.
H ALLEY'S C&ARTKh' OAK
Copper, Tin uad Sheet' Irea kt,
Xo. ino WASIITXaTOti AVENUE.
(AbOTe tho Market.Uoaie.)
"lUofinic, OuUf rln(f, Ppoullng
and Steamboat Work
ilonn In a n.at and aubitanll
manner,, at ahort no
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3 t. j 1 -j .t
TO OBTAIN IT OO TO
REEKWART, ORTM 'V CO
And pareliMO the trading
Stove oJT 3xs VkTosat
A good rarlnty of CooUln end Heating Biotas al-
wajra on hand. Alio a completo aaaorxmeni oi
Tinware, Ilollow-Wre, c, c.
Manufacturen of Gultrlnnand Itooflng.
Our motto la Quick Rule aod Small Profits.
an-TUtUfiu'tlon iruarantced In every tnttance.
RS. ADDIE BUCK,
(iMmmerniM avenue nciwern .iniunnaivnin iiitju.
In tho bulldlnic formerly occupied ly A. O'Donrell.l
Maimfttcturcs and deals In
Hair hs1 MllllHcry Gl
Kefna aplendld variety of every kind of Hair, and
anil Manufactures on abort notlco
Cur , --w ii, wvaaaatant,frHr-flMara
Rrnrelela flair Jataeiry ciraillr.
Ladlea may liavo the cmnhlngs of their hair manu
fjcturod Inany tlrrialre. . -
Anno ioi 01 .nunnery uooaa aiaoon owii janMiii
l0 I 1 .1
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rraprielor of trW
O . x- o City O-star ail
WhalcMile Price, nil KIJm f
At hi Stall In the Market Home, comer of Waahlnc-'
ton avenue aad TcBlfajtrteL - .JaUJlia
t m Cmmm iaaioft MerclMsit,
navlrr removed to No. 73 Ohio Levee, aezt door to
n u u mu aaa
here wtU kuar faaJilllea aad
ianrr avocai. pe aeiiciii ino coniinuaace ot patron
age of ate former cuatomert, m wen ae'that of as
Har aeeaMMaelallaiaa -.ftr aiaraae
UiMl Ike ffMMeUlwa r all ItlaeU r
Clro.'Itl., June 1, 1160. my3Idlf
QAIRO AND FADUCAHt i '
Tke lgk draught paasaogarBleanier
R. T. NORTH KaN ..... .MaaUr,
, J. M. nEVKKLT-. oierir,
Will make rere for DAILY TRIPd between Cairo and
Taducah, leaving Cairo every evrnloK (Sundaya ex
cepted) at flre o'clock. '
The white connect at Padttcah wlfx the New Orleans
and Ohio railroad, and the Cuaaberlaadand Tennessee
For freight or pauage applv on board, or to
. . A , f if. J. BUUKI.KT, Acenl.
lanUdU Cairo, lllinola.
(Succeaaor to FaIII, Oreen tt Co.,)
flour)' !r! c EJ3sra?.
Geasral Coaualsslaa Mstvkaat,
ill 1 fl lA
Ill " I V 1
eeteMaaeeetee ti aeeeeeeeeaeaeee
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Car. Eleveatai aael wachlastoM Aveaa
Keepa on had the celebrated Crane Jki Breed 1'aad
Rajmonda metallic burial caaes.
Alao. blak velvet, valnut or.fmlnAd uifl1n mirl. Ir.
Serder, at vary low prlcea.
Mr, r eiw pertorma dm ewa wwa. peisc yracHeej '
coffin maker, and Ii therefore akle to eel) caeaper taaa
any!) dy laf , , r 1 1 r - -
ftRNKLIUS lOYL'B, .
CZ , 1 H 1 . ik - H '
InKllMt STearWrerse'e Boot and SaeaieUre,
i Atro, IU4N0W.
4 DAVIDSCN'S COLUMN.
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fi m . t A xt t -v: 'X m W MC
liiHor Kin-mot impirni
TK1W. VICTOR (VINE
LOCI CHAINS.. .
HRE AST. CHAINS,
Jlniwu's Check Row
Corn and Cob
OHIO REAPERS and
(J It AIM DRILLS,
MarTln'a UurcUr and Flro Proaf
It. Hoc & Co't
CIRCULAR AND CROSS CUT SAWS.
Ahd'at Leeal "
'drMXtt Tnwaa Fpx SALS
WM. At. DAjYI
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