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FRIDAY, Octubwr 2U, 1877.
OXK XH.IIT 0LY !
Saturday Oct. 27
A reorganized nd reconstructed,
ii AraampUah rarfariatra '.Ml
0 OBIaT COU1IKDIAM it
4 nOMN E3D nKNl 4
klleiponnitiot refined mlnstrelry, in a
mw programme replete with darkey fun
and negro wlitklsuis.
Admission, s 60 and 7"i cent.
Itese rved Seats at f (artinan't.
Cur, Rifl lUiMiMa la
Mra. Harry Walker, proprietress of
toe European Hotel, being well aware
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rate to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars per month or lour dol
Jars per week, for day board. Jn con
nection with the European Hotel Is a
first class restaurant where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be serv
ed at all hours daring day or night, (tf)
UlitMfjr mm Wmmmr Bmmm:
Mrs. C. .McLean, Eighth street be
tweeo Washington and Commercial
avenues, is ust in receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Woods ol every kind. Among
other articles we my mention that ahe
is telling fine black straw bats In ail the
latest styles at from 40 to 60 cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than wss
ever offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit. In the hosiery for ladies and child
ren line her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment In the city, and ahe
asks the ladies to call aud examine them
Uijre going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds a cheap,
If nut Jrper, than the same kind ol
good ran be bought elsowbere In this
market. Khe solicits sn examination ot
ier stock and prices, balieviog that she Is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a eall in both. Ladies desiring
lo have hats pressed can have the aame
lone for trom 23 to 33 cents. -7tf
A tKW Of THK I'HICtS i'l
PJSTTJS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 Ik V. Orleans " 1 00
4) m lllo Coffee 1 00
lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 26
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 03
G Bars Soap....- - 28
Coal Oil. per gallon 25
And all other goods very cheap.
XUo, Just received, a choice lot ot Pure
.Splces, Mustard, English Table Uauee
i all and see ns. 24 Ct
AT THE SHE OLD SJTAHD.
not lhr Hlaaaelf ant UmUm
Mr. S. Uatson desires to announce to
the citizens ot Cairo and the surround
log country, that ho has returned trom
California,, and again casting bis lot In
Cairo, has opened a new stock of BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old stand, No.
140 Washington avenue, between Eight
ud Ninth streets, where, while thanking
hit old friends lor their past patronage,
be desires to shake bands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need In his line. His
ttoek Is coming right In every day, and
'. the.best the market affords. All are
nvlted to coll. 27-lm
Mre.L. J. ,
No. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of the ladles to
her large stock of fall and winter millin
ery, ot the latest designs, whlcb ahe Is
dally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCIOBEH 22,
she will bold hsr
sontinulng one week, and wishes all the
ladles to eall and examine her goods,
As ber stock Is large and complete vis
itors' can rest assured of finding her
wbok to suit the most fastidious aud she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be In stock, Ocl4-lm
fid. Braxton has returned to his old
Btaod In the Reiser building, where be li
better prepared than over to aooommc
jate hit patrons and the publio who
may favor him with I coll. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with nil tho latest Im
provement tnd oonvenlenoof. He em
ploye only, first elect workmen and those
who patronize him will have tbelr want
attended to la style tnd will receive
courteous tjeatment, . t
Satire New Stock of
Remember tbe circus.
Mr. Tom llalliduy'a building up
town is receiving its root,
Mr. Tim Gorniun was busy yes tor
day repairing the city scales.
Lawyer Cunningham drives a bran
new hack, and is as proud as a Julge.
Sixteen Car-load ot stork arrival
by one train yesterday on the Illinois
O.A. Marker, Ks., of Vienna, was
in the city yesterday on professional
MUs C'opeland, sinter Of sirs. Geo.
Fisher, Esq., arrived at home yesterday
alter a protracted visit to the East.
The police authorities have not as
yet "run In" tho pestiferous tramps that
Inlest the round house. Why don't they.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. U. Hughes arri
ved in the eity by the afternoon train on
the Illinois Central railroad yesterday
The Georgia Minstrels, the best min
strel troupe in the country, will be at the
atheoeura to-morrow night. Lovers of
fun should not miss seeing this troupe,
Tin ro was another large audience In
attendance at the atheneum lust night to
wl'ness the concert and oratorio by the
young ladies, The entertainment was
At Blake's yesterday could be seen
seven umbrellas getting the named "W,
P, Ualliday" painted on them. The cap
tain believes the more umbrellas the less
lire slaughter house of Keohler
Bros, was entered night before last by
thieves, who carried away with them the
best meat in the place. The thieves have
not yet been discovered.
On Monday night the SclJlu Irwin
combination will open in this city lor a
three night's engagement. The play on
the first night will be the popular drama
entitled, "Our Boarding House "
The ladles of the Methodic church
contemplate giving a sociable at the close
ol the meetings which are now conduct
ed by the Rcy. C. C. Chaplin. The time
aud place will be announced hcrcatter.
Burr Hobblns' great circus and men
sgerle will exhibit in Cairo to-day. This
Is undoubtedly one of the best shows in
the country, and those who go to sec it
will certainly get the worth ot their
Don't rulu your health, aud, besides,
make yourself disagreeable to other peo
ple by your continued coughing. A
twenty-five cent, bottle of Pr. Bull's
Cough Syrup will cure you. T.nrzc bot
tles, GO cents.
The friends of Mr. Geo. llson are
still urging that gentleman to announce
for the office ot county constable. Mr.
Wilson would make a most excellent
constable. Where Is her What Is he do
ing? Why don't he come out
Baby shows are the fashion now, but
as long as mothers continue to nurse
tbelr little ones with laudanum or other
opiates, they cannot eipect tbelr babies
to look bright. It your baby needs med
icine get a good and harmless one, such
as Dr. Bull's Baby .Syrup. 25 rents a
The meeting at Turner Ilall last eve
Ding was well attended, and Eev. C. C.
Chaplin preached an excellent sermon,
A deep Interest Is being awakened In
these meetings among all classes ot citi
zens, and there It every reason to be
lieve that much good will yet be accom
plished. By a card published elsewhere in this
Issue of the Bulletin, It will be seen
that Scott Cauble has withdrawn from
the race for county commissioner and
advises his friends to vote lor Mr. Ualli
day. Scott ia a sensible man. In with
drawing from the race for commissioner
Mr. Cauble has concluded to give Jack
Alden a tussle tor the county treasurer's
office, and says be will make It as warm
for Jack as he knows how.
Mrs. S, Williamson Is marking down
her goods, and Is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She Is now
oflerlng hats which heretofore
sold at 73 cents to one dollur, for
33, 40 and 50 cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock ol
flowers is very large aud range from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price tor press
ing and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 30 and 00 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of
her fcoods and prices. tf
Having taken charge of the grocery
establishment at the corner ot Four
teenth street aud Washington avenue, 1
and put in one of the largest and best
assorted stocks of family groceries ever
exhibited In Cairo, Messrs. Tettis &
Bird are now ready for business, and in
vlte the attention of the publio to their
house. They have given special atten
tlon to the selection ot
their goods, and haying purchased
for cash are prepared to compote
with any other honse In the
elty on sugar, coffee, syrups,
teas, hams, bacon, canned goods, and In
fact everything la the grocery aid
provision tine. They will always kocp
on hand choice tresb butter, eggs, and
all kinds of country prodoce. They will
deliver goods In any part ot the elty
free of charge tVi on short notice,
Messrs. Tettis & Elrrl solicit a share ol
the patronage ot eur citizens, believing
that tbey cau give Itieui better bargains
tbau can be obtained elsewhere. lm
Through tho kluduess of Mr. Frank
Ualixuer we yesterday bad the pleasure
of Inspecting aud In-Julglng in a "con
flab" through the telephono whlcb Mr.
Galigbcr now basin operation between
his rcsldcuce at the coruer of Twenty
eighth street and Washington avenuo
and his otlke In tho mill at the coruer of
Twentieth and levee streets. There Is no
thing in the appearance ot the telephone
to lead one to believe that it is the won
derful littlo instrument It U, or that such
wonderful results could be obtained (rem
it, So to speak, tho telephone Is simply a
piece of wood about seven inches in
length, nicely turned, little at one end
and a littlo bigger at the other end. It is
hollow, and all you have to do
to make it go oft is to atUeh telegraph
wires to the small end, which contains
hooks lor the purpose, place your mouth
to the opening in the largrr end, and
make a noise. We tried it, mid were as
touched to find what wonderful things
could be dono with it. Mr. Frank Hull
gher was at home while wo were in the
mill holding the other "end ot the line."
After chatting for sonic time, Frank,
lhree-iuarters of a mile away, favored ns
with a tune on his cornet, and every
sound and strain was clear and distinct.
He then whistled a famllmr air, every
turn of which we heard equally as dis
tinct. I ndeed this telephone l.s a wonder
tul little instrument. Mr. Galihrr has
fent for a larger one which lie expects to
have In operation in a few days.
The llne.it cottage in town. Impure of
Iw Geokok FisiiKii.
Hot far f'mmialoner, But fur Treaa
nrcr. M'i i n U aid the Public:
ince announcing myself as a candidate
tor the ofllce ot county commissioner, I
have learned that the duties of that oflku
are more arduous and complicated than I
had reason to suppose they were, and
that in the event of my election they
would require more time and attention
than I could possibly afford to devote to
them. This being the case, and the fact
that Mr. Thos. W. Ualliday, a man ol
experience in county mutter, who un
derstands the wants ot the
county thoroughly, aud who has th abil
ity to discbarge the duties ot county com
missioner more Intelligently than I could,
having announced himself as a candidate
lor the olllcc, 1 have determined to with
draw trom the race in his tavor, and ask
my friends to cast their votes for Mr.
lu withdrawing trom the contest lor
county commissioner, I desire to say
that I am a candidate tor assessor and
treasurer, and it elected I promise to un
charge the duties cl that ofllce to the best
of my ability. Respectfully, etc.,
Cairo, 0':t. 25, 1S77.
.Mr. Charles .Schoenmeycr has received
a largo lot of the celebrated Cobden cider,
( iplel welri) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold in this
city. Families desiring it ran procure
this cider in quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Tenons desiring elder by the bar
rel can have their orders tilled by notilying
Mr. Scuoenmeyer at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Sehoenmryer bus also just
received a consignment of the celebrated
Calilornin Riesling wine, which is
equal to any Rhino wine. This
wlno is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior In the country. And further, he
keeps Moerleins' beer, the best made,
and a lull lino of choice liquors and ci
gars. Coll and see Charlie. He Is al
ways glad to sec his friend!, and will be
lound ready lo serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
SIilVAl. RKRVICK RKPORT.
Bttr if m innrT
STATION. LOW W ATM., Kile or Fl
FT. IK. IT. IN.
PilMbUTR 4 11 - I'l
Cincinnati 4 S z
Lmisville m, 8 1
Kraniville a 7 2
Cairo 1 X 11
M. Paul 2 4 0
LlitTeiinurl 8 " 0
keokuk 4 3X1
St. Loins 11 X 'l
J AITE'S M. WATSON,
Seraont Signal Scrvica, U. S. A.
The Silveithorne brought a big trip of
furniture aud about 30 tons ol other
freight. Among ber passengers from
this city we noticed Miss Louisa Vincent
and Miss Ray, who go to Evatisvllle ou a
short visit to friends In that city.
Captain James B. Bads' great iron
dredge bout G. W. It. Bailey, has started
lor PitUburg in tho hope ot getting out
in the orcst of the rise.
Louisville CourierJournal, 21: "Tho
Indiana Falls Pilots' Association was or
ganized on the IStb inst. in Jcffcrsonvillo
and went into effect immediately after its
organization. The following aro its of
ficers and members: Fountain Harness,
president; William B. Carter, secretary;
Levi Roeder, troasurer; John M. Onion,
Samuel C. Knight and J. Perry Gaithei,
members. Secretary Carter gays: Thu
obect ot this aoeicty is to pool all its
earnings, and execute tho pilot laws as
laid down In our statutes for the prosccut
Ing of all offendlug trespassers who may
Infringe on our rights, let them be whom
they may, or from any State, as wo are
legally commissioned and authorized bv
tho governor of this State to enforce its
laws. We hope a word to the wiso Is
sulHclent, lor tho way of the transgressor
Is hard. The law must and shall be ex
ecuted from now henceforth, as we are
determined without fear or favor, come
weal or woe." Does this association hold
that no pilots but "Falls Pilots" daro run
the falls V
Thero was a sharp frost at Memphis on
the morning ol tbe 24th.
Aualandt2i: The James Howard
bandied nearly 10,000 sacks ol cotton
seed as tbe came up, putting It out tt
several oil mills as she came along.
Nearly ball dozen cotton seed agent!
cmeup on the Jams Howard Tester-
day. The river shores to the south of us
s warm with tbcui. They inako this tbelr
Headquarters to Plan campaigns ana
mako raids The Phil. Alllu is com-
lug with over 2,000 sacks ot seed taken at
JIUJIllS IUIS 6106 OI ICKBUUr,
The local editor ol the Helena World
states that be was Invited lo dine on the
Scudder by Capt. Hicks, but was obliged
to decline, owing to a heavy run of busi
Tho Memphis Ajitl says that frost
was an hallucination.
The uow Golden Kule goes Into the
Juo. itagon and Charles May are pilot
ing the G. W. D. Bailey trom Pittsburg,
The Pittsburg dispatch to the Cincin
nati Ctutmerciai wcunesuay says: con
nidirable coal has gone and more will go
to night, but lust how much the run will
segregate It Is Impossible ut present to
state. The amount reported lor i. iucin
nail Is 451,000 bushels, taken out bythu
Ownwaru. r red W itson o. i, iiy cuolcc,
(;oal Valley, Hornet INO. J, and ftamson
No. 2. For Louisville, 17i,003 bushels,
taken out bv the Panther and Charley
McUonald; for Madison, 120,000 bushels,
taken out bv the Baltic and bam larke
lirown & Co. will ship some out, but how
much they don't yet know themselves.
The llainmltt departed for St. Louis with
HI barges ol coke. She will be assisted
to Cincinnati by Hie new tow boat Jos.
Nixon. George Nelson, engineer of the
towuout South Hide, was lound dead this
morning In a Hat just above Lock No. 1.
He was under the Influence of lienor last
night, nnd was ordered to bed by Captain
Craig, but is supposed to have attempted
to go ashore, and fell and was killed, lie
has two holes in his head.
The Fannie Tatum brought 220 hairs
of cotton yesterday tor re-shlptiient east
by rail and has a fair corgo lor St. Louis.
When the Silvorthorne eaine past Cum
berland Island two dredge boatts were at
work deepening and wiccning the gap In
the dam, intending to make It safe and
cay to navigate.
Tho big pile of rock ncx', to Dog
Island Is being removed and the rock
carried away and deposited behind the
Island, where it is to be hoped It will be
out of the way forever. U has cost the
government nearly as much by the yard
to remove these rocks as it did to place
them there, and It is difficult to find a
spot to lay them where tliey will give no
trouble lu the future.
The beautiful new lied river packet
Latus arrived yesterday from the Ohio
with the hull ot the old Latus No. 3 in
tow, and having a good trip of freight.
She made some additions here.
The Golden City, Captain J. D. Ilcgler,
cleared ior the Ohio yesterday morning,
but unless there is more ot a rise tliau is
reported above she will not get far. It i
Captain Hegier's hope to reach Evans
ville, and get the start of a load for New
The Sto Genevieve arrived on time lor
St. Louis and reports 8 feet water, She
has a fair trip.
The Latus added largely and is well
laden lor the South.
The llillmau for Paducah, Dora Cabler
for Kvansville, Commonwealth lor New
Orleans, Katie O. Kounlz for Little Rock,
Colorado for Vicksburg, are due to-day.
The river at this port rose one foot yes
terday but the Ohio does not seem to be
rising very fast above here.
The C. W. Anderson arrived on time
yesterday and brought a good t rip.
fAIIIO, lLI,INOI, Till R.DAY F-YHIIHO, I
The weather has changed ogaln, and
wo aro now having more rain. The
prospects arc that we shall have fulling
weather for several days. Intelligence
from every part of Southern Illinois Is to
the effect that wheat sowing Is
over, and that the seed has been got into
the ground In better shape than ever be
lore. The acreage sown Is also
larger by perhaps 23 per cent, than ever
before. With an average crop tho yield
next yeir will be enormous. Business
here Is fairly active, and our merchants
are all In jood spirits and hopeful, and
look forward to a further increase in fond
ness In the near future. The rivers arc
low and notwithstanding the late rains
navigation above Cairo Is difficult. From
Cairo to New Orloans there Is an abun
dance ol water for the largest boats, .
The Hour market is holding Its own.
While no actual decline has taken ;place
thero is a weaker feeling on marly all
grades except good mediums, which are
steady and firm at quotations and the de
mand good. Other grades are In fair de
mand. Receipts nre large nnd stocks
good Thero is a lair demand for
choice white corn at 4G47e. in bulk.
Receipts nre light and the supply on the
market Is not large. Mixed corn is in
lair supply and quiet at 45t&4rc Re
ceipts of oats are liberal though the sup
ply on the market Is not in excess of the
demand, which U fair. Prices arc steady
at quotations The stock of hay
on the market has accumulated
until there ia now a fair
supply. The demaud is limited and con
lined to good mixed and choice timothy.
Prices aro not changed The supply
of city meal is about equal to tho de
mand. Prices arc steady at $2 3502 10.
Country meal is lu fair supply and light
demand Drau is In light supply aud
active demand at $13 Receipts ot
potatoes arc good and the supply ou the
market large. Prices have undergone
no change Poultry Is In fair supply,
receipts liberal and demand good.
There is no change in prices
Choice butter is scarce and iu demand.
Common and low grade is iu over stock
and hard to work of. Receipts ol
eggs aro light, aud there are but few on
tho market. The demand Is good at
15$l6o The market Is well sup
plied with apples. The demand Is only
moderately active Prlce3 aro not chan
ged Vegetables of all kinds aro
plenty and prices low. Cabbage Is abun
dant, and selling all tbe way from $4 600
$0 00, according to condition. For all
other articles see quotations below.
Rates by river to New Orleans are 17Jo
per 100 on hay, and 35c per dry bbl.
Way rates are grain, 52o; Hour, 50c;
. THE MARKET.
nyOur friends should hear In mind
that the prices here given are only tcr
tales from trtt bands In routftl lots. In
ailing orders aud for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance over
Tbe market Is unchanged. There Is a
lair though not active demaud for all
grados. Medium are in good de
maud and firm tt quotations. Receipts
are good and stocks accumulating. Sales
200bbls. Various Grades
on orders $5 00&7 23
100 Low superfine 4 50
100 XX I. 5 40
100 " Choice Family 6 SO
200 " Family 0 00
100 " Various Grades
on orders 0 0067 00
100 Choice XX 5 75
100 " Good Superfine 4 90
ISO Various Grades
on orders 5 O0Ti;7 00
100 " XX (trom mill) 3 23
XX (trom mill).
There is n fair demand for white corn
at 40Q, 17c in bulk. Mixed is lu good
supply and quiet at 45g)IOi We note
sales or 1 ear white In sacks, 32c; I car
mixed In bulk, 13c; I car good mixed In
bulk 10c; I ear choice white, 47c
Receipts of oats aro fair, though the
supply on the market Is not large. Tho
demand is liberal and prices steady at
quotations. We note sales as follows:
cars mixed In bulk, 20e; l car white In
sacks, 31c; .1 cars black seed oats, in bulk,
31c. 1 rar white do., In bulk, 28c; 3 can
heavy black mixed seed oats, 32c; 2 cars
choice northern 27c.
The supply is fair and demand light.
There Is no chango in prices. Sales
noted were 200 bbls. city, $2 33; 100 bbls
do, $2 335y2 40; 40 bbls. country, S2 23.
'Die demand is good and the supply
limited. Prices are steady and firm at
quotations. Sales were 60 sacks, $ 13; 200
sacks, $13; 130 sacks, $13.
Receipts of hay have been more liberal
and tho market Is fairly supplied. The
demand is only moderately active.
Prices are unchanged. We note sales as
follows: 3 cars prime timothy, $10 50;
2 cars choice timothy, $1111 60; 2 cars
good mixed, $10 50; 2 cars strictly choice
timothy, $12; 1 car red top mixed, $8 50.
There is no change iu the market.
Receipts are liberal aud demand fair.
Prices arc not changed. We note sales
as follows: 30 bbls. peochblows, $2; 200
bushels pcachblows, 45c; 20 bbls. com
mon, $1 73,
Receipts of chickens arc lair aud the
supply on the market good. The demand
is good and prices steady at quotations.
We note sales ot 8 coops young chiekens,
$1 752; 3 coops old bens, $2 50, 2 coops
mixed, $2 25, 4 eoops extra good young
chickens, $2 25.
Choice butter is still scarce and in de
mand. Common Is in over stock and
difficult to work of. Sales reported were
10 pkgs. southern Ills., lS&20c; 8 pkgs.
Wisconsin. 26Yai20c: 5 buckets choice
northern 2Cc; 10 tubs common, 14i8c; I
IReccipts of eggs are light aud there are
but few on the market. Tbe demand Is
good at 1510c. We uote sales ol 150
dozen, 13Jc; 3 cases, Mr; 2 boxes 15c; 250
The market is well supplied with ap
ples and the demand Is only moderately
active. Prices are steady at quotations.
Sales noted were 100 bbls, Ben Davis aud
Roman Beauties, $2; 50 bbls. do, fancy,
$2 23; 50 bbls. common, $1 50l 78.
Sales were 1,500 lbs. pork strips, dry
salt, 8J8c: 5 tierces, S. C. C. hams, 12J
Sales were 3 tierces refined kettle ren
Choice onions are In good demand and
ready sale at quotations. Sales reported
were 15 bbls. yellow and red, $22 10;
5 bbls. red, $2.
Vegetables are plenty and prices low,
Cabbago is In large stock and prices
vary, according to quality, lroni $4 50 to
$0 per 100.
Sales were 2 bbls., 23c per gallon.
We note prices as follows: Prime llye
geese, 40c; mixed, 2535c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides aro worth dry flint, 1316c;
Green salt, CJ7c; green, C0Jc. Sales
tallow were COO lbs. 77Jc.
Choice bright pealed dried apples are
worth 3fi)3Jc; peaches, 5.r.
Cairo, 111., Oct. 21, 1877.
Having been detained on account ol
a pressure ot busluess, I could not visit
Cairo auy sooner. However, 1 will say
to those who intend getting any winter
garments that I will be In your city lor a
lew days, at the St. Charles Hotel, where
my samples can be seen for sultB, over-.
coats and line shirts. Consult your own
Interests and call on me. No city ordi
nance will keep me lrom cutting in
prices to break up monopolies. I'll sell
my $33 suit for $2t ; all others In propor
tion. Wm. P. Scott,
23-2t 212 1st Street, Eyansvllle, Ind.
Money by getting your bulldiug mated!
ot Lancaster & Itlce, Tbey are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
pUe and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pine shin
glus at $1.73 per thousand; sawed cedsr
posts at at 25 cents each; white pine floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at $15.00 por thousand. Try your luck
with this Arm. tt.
Waort Working- Maehluery Tr ale.
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfaccr tnd one Qlgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For term apply to :
241 ra Jmb Plt VUIo, Ills.
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION. Ohio LcveaLI
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTATl t;' :
Washington Avenue and Eighth Ctrcit
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