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For Freedom and Nctionnlity. ,
ft. c. irinuci:w, r.iitr.
To Our Subscriber!. ,
We find after few month experience
that it ia impossible to collect tho imall
mount tine us for the Dailj in the cif jr,
with tbe rugularit j that should attend
that department, without more time and
attention than we can well affovd to be
, stow upon it. Ia the future ' we will le
governed by tho cosh in advance princi
ple, and by that "Timorous policy" hope
to render profitable, that which up to the
present time has been a burden. , From
this date no paper will be delivered
from this office unless :aid for in advance.
When the time paid for expires, thepaprr
wiU bo discontinued, unions rciewed in
4,ime 1e ir vent if. Ou Agent cannot
olTord to call on any. one three or four
Sdics for tho paltry sum of twenty cents,
md then perhaps not petit. All subscribe
jrs'io arrenia will please' pay the route
fyeni on application.
v ; A "Congo" Bank .
An old broker, who is writing a series
of sketches' in the Huston Bulletin, tells
the following story of a "colored" bank
formed by a number of "gemmen," in
imitation of the old Unitod States Dank
at the timo that institution was in oper
These bank transactions remind me of
a littlo story that a friend (not Lincoln)
used to tell of a financier of New Ued
ford, a " Bcmman of color." ,
lie was a runaway slave of more than
usual intelligence and cunning, and might
fiossibly have picked up his banking
deas frtnu "oneobdtso bery 1'altiniore
massas hisself." Perhaps while brushing
Buchanan's coat or waiting upon a round
table of bank corsairs, that new wrinkle
went through his wool.
At all events, in New Tedfnrd he found
a community of "contrabands," well to
do in the world, and some of its members
. occasionally very greasy with money af
ter the whalers arrived, lie started the
project of a Congo Rank. "While men
have bauk, why not de nigga? " Color
ed individuals' institution entirely..
: Magnificent project a big thing into
which the darkies floated like Hies to a
lump of liver, nnd deposited their "idle
currency" wHi the self-elected president,
who made w hiles of eyes eaucecrier than
ever by the marvelous dexterity with
which. Iihu Ilussel s gravo-digger, ," ic
gathered tliem in." , , ,
"fhi Bank and He Prcsumdent" were
clorious bourees of endless turkey gob
,bliig and ri!o amongM. the depositor
.i a great euccet-;-, in fuel until one day
" eel tain nig made a diaw upon tho in
stituticn for 81, 100 to pay for a schooner
: he had just bought, when it "cochitua
ted" and closed its doors.
A Houn d nigger wattb't a circumstance
to the whitened condition of him who
aroused "do cullernd population" -with
tho astounding intelligence "dat debank
had done gone bust."
A mas'! meeting was convened atonce,
and tho crowd demanded instant expla
nation as to tho whereabouts oftho as
sets, receiving the usual lucid and high
lr satisfactory statement which bank
l-rcsidenta generally give on such occa
eious, v iz : ''l hat the report will bo ready
.iu a few da.va.
Hut that did not satisfy the Ethiopians,
who held out their hands for truth, and
cheating was intimated swindling ia
fact. Tho honor of Mr. Johnsing was
touched by so malignant an accusation,
and he lndianantly replied
"Cheating? "Who say dat? Who
'cuso me ob cheating di m V No, sar!
All fair and Htove board in dis bank.'
"Look at dat! . .
Hauling out sijpeuny pas book, ho
held it up to tho rolling sea or eyes be
"You see dat! Well, ebery man dat
eber put in a dollar into de bank, got his
name put down in ifis book. Ebery ting
am sauare." 1 .
" Look ! It am all down iu de book I "
Throwing that document into tho sway
ing field, of ebony and wool, it was soon
torn into shreds by the ignorant victims
ia their anxiety to see if each one's namo
was safely entered ; and iu tha midst of
the row the President stalked out and
over to tho "legal adviser of tho Bank,"
who published for him a notice, to wit 5
"Owing; to tho wanton destruction of tha
bank, by a unprincipled crowd, composed
doubtless if tho comies of the institu
oAi, it was impossible to furnish depos
itors with a deMtilcd statement of its af
fairs, until artet tlTe lapse of a few weeks.
And in the meantime all parties are cau
tioned against sacritluing their claims
for less than tho full amount of the samo
Ab for' Johnsing-, ho always insisted
that "It am all down 'in do book ; " and
upon any attempt to make him disgorge,
or iu rrply to any sluricii hit honesty, ho
immediately put up Ihut ljield, and froze
his aut;tiint witli Ins honor and recti
..!.. i-i mi! tin-' "ilall down iu do book."
; p-f .
Emancipation in Misjouri.
The following bill has been introduced
in CoDgreel by Mr. Noell, of Missouri :
A Bill fc secure Abolishment of Slavery
in the Slate of Mtssoun, and to promde
compensation to loyal persons tlierein vilto
oion slaves I - -
"I3e it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the United
States of America, in Congress assem
bled, f r
"Sec. 1. That the following proposi
tions be, and they are hereby submitted
to the state of Missouri, to be accepted
or rejected by the legislature thereof:
" I irst 1 he government of the United
States will upon the adoption by said
state of a system of immediate emanci
pation of all slaves therein, to take effect
within one year from the 1st day of Jan
uary, 18G3, apply lheumofj$10,000,000,
in United Slates bonds, bearing six per
cent, per annum interest, payable semi
annually, and the principle redeemable
in thirty years, to the purpose of paying
to the loyal owners of such slaves in said
state a full equivalent for (ho loss of the
Services of such slaves; the said bonds
to be piepsred and issued by tbe (Secre
tary of too Treasury, under such rules
and regulations as he may prescribe, to
mako effective the provisions of tho act.
"Second That in ,tho. event of tho
adoption by tho said Stale of abolish
ment of slavery therein, as hereinbefore
provided, the government of the United
States will remove, or cause to be re-'
moved, and colonized in some place out
side of the United States, such of aid
emancipated slaves as may elect to leave'
said State. ..
Sf.c 2. Wheuever it shall become of
ficially known to the President of, the
United States that the State of Mis
souri has, in good faith, by legal and
constitutional acts, accepted these propo
sitions, he is hereby authorized and re
quired to causo the said bonds to be is
sued and delivered to the proper author
ities of said Slate, to be disposed of and
applied to tho purposes aforesaid, .aud
none other. . " " . , ,
Sec No compensation shall bo paid
out of the proceeds of the bonds hereby
provided for, to any person or persons
who may at any lime heetoforo havo
been in arms, or who may hereafter be
in arms against the government ot tho
United States during the present rebel
lion, or who may in any wise have wil
fully given aid and comfort to the rebols,
or incited, encouraged or countenanced
the rebellion: and it shall be the duty.
of the President of the United Slates to
see that effective provision is made, by
any act ot emancipation that may ba
adopted in said State, to exclude such
persons from compensation before ho
causes said bonds to bo issued."
Few of our readers are aware of the
cxteut and value of tho rapidly expand
ing commerce vviti Western Africa. Tho
palm oil shipped from Lagos increased
from one hundred and sixty tons in 18.r.'3,
to the-dcclared worth in 1817 of $5,311,
000. The export of British goods to the
West Coast of that Continent, amounted,
for the lust six mouths of 18G0, to $3,-
liliG,310, being a gain of 40 per cent, over
tho,o for the corresponding period of
The English 6crcw steam vesuta are
crowded with fitiht and pashcnuers
The packet Athenian at Liverpool, i re
ported to nave "brought o. passengers,
U.otK) ounces t gold, and 11.2(a) in spe
cie : and her successor, tho Macgregor
Lund, arrived with " sixty-two passen
gets, 2,175 ouneea of gold dust, and i
very lull cargo. i.ho company con
trolling this line lately held in London
their semi-auuual meeting, when, in ad
dition to the cost of building and equip-
pin a more poweriui steamer, ana lay
ing" aside' V hailuVome',amouut toward
their sinking funda dividend of 'seven
per cent, was made out of the earnings of
the previous six months... , r
Liberia is growing in importune. The
brig Ann has arrived at New Votk from
Monrovia, with 20,000 gallons of palm
oil, fl,(XMJ pounds of Liberia coffee, 30
barrels of syrup, 21 barrels of sugar,
6,000 pounds spun, Sj.T tons of cam
wood and other articles. Tho barque
Greyhound has since resetted the same
port with a full cargo of palm oil and bar-
wood. Uotli of theso traders have return
ed. Over tilteen hundred pound J of this
colfec,-which " is in demand wherever
known, owing to its superior size and
flavor, was brought to Philadelphia, and
sold readily by tho quantity at thirty
cents per pound, cash. t J j
MAitciiiNri To he Sacuipickd. The
New York Journal of Commerce of Tues
We have lying before us as we write,
a private U tter from as gallant an cllieer
as ever led a column into tyittu, written
the night before the crossing ot the bap
pahannork, in which he sayt : " erpecl
to le sii:riia'd U-iwtrivu. Hud hye and if
to-murrcw ni'ht Jinda dead, revuntler me
i.:.. .... .. ..'.j.'..- .w j 7,;. .;,,
Such was tho soldierly tpirit that anni-
mated that magnificent army, every man
of whom felt that (lie crossing was
marching into tho jaws of death."
'' Lakcasuiuk Sutt'EiiEBS. The Illinois
Central, Michigan Central, Great Wes
tern tCauada.1 and New York Central
lfailroads, have all offered to transport
any contributions to tho Lancashire Sut-
ieicrs mo of might.
j The Confederate States Marshal of
; Georgia, Thumas S. Iloss, of Macon, was
hilled u.i mo t(H mm., ai .iiarieua, unuo
attempting to silence a brawl.
Proclamation of the Governor.
WOKntas, The Slate of Tennessee ia
now, nd baa been, without s fnll repre
sentation in the XXXVlIth Congress of
the United States of America; nd
whereas it ia believed, upon information
received, that a large majority of the vo
teri of the Ninth and Tenth Congres
sional Districts of this State, at appor
tioned by the Act passed February 20lh,
1852, have given evidence of their loyal
ty and allegiance to the Constitution and
aws of the United States,
Now, therefore I, Andrew Joitssoir,
Military Governor of tho State of Ten
nessee, io order to secure to tho loyal
electors of these two Congressional Dis
tricts their constitutional representation
in the House of Representatives of the
United States of America, have deemed
it proper to Issuo this my proclamation,
appointing and ordering elections to be
held on the twenty-iynlh day of Deceni-
i r, 1SC2, to fill the vacancies in the
XX-KVillh Congress of tho Lnited States
f America in the following Districts, to
wit: The Ninth Congressional District,
composed of the counties of nenry,
Weakly, Dyer, Obion, Lauderdale, Tip
ton, Gibson, Carroll and Henderson. . I
The Tenth Congressional District,
composed of the counties of Madison,
Haywood, Hardeman, Tayette, and Shel-
by. ...... .;, ' :
Wrils of flection will bo issued, and
tho election held at the places desig-1
nated by law, end the proceedings
under said writs returned to the office of
tho Secretary of Slate. The judges ap
pointed to hold said elections, in addition
to tho oath prescribed by section 814 of
the Code of Tennessee, shall further
swear that they will permit no person to
yote whom they believe to be disloyal to
the Government of theUnited Slates.
And no person will bo consider
ed as an elector qualified to vote,
who, in addition to the qualifications
now required by ldw, does n6t give sat
isfactory evidence to the judges holding
said election of his loyalty to the Gov
ernment of tho United Stales.
in testimony whereof, I, Anhkew John
son, Governor of the Slate of
Tennessee, and (Jommaoder-in-
Chief of the forces thereof, havo
hereunto set my hand and
caused the great seal of tho
Statu to be aflixed at the De
partment iu Nashville, on this
the 8th. day of December, A. Di
" 18(12. ' N
13y the G overnor :
F.dwahd II. East
Secretary of State.
IIeadquauteks l lrii Ahmy Corps,
Df.I'AUTMKST of the Ccmbeulanp,
Nasiivim.e, Tesn., Nov
a-neml Orders, No. 23. "
Informal ion having reached theso head
quarters to tho effect that largo quantities
of goods of every description are being
sold by Sutlers fend other parties to citi
zens, and by them being passed beyond
the lines of this army, thereby giving
aid and comfort to the enemy, the follow-,
ing regulations will hereafter bo strictly
I. All Army Sutlers are required to
join their regiments, and they will not be
permitted to sell goods to any but per
sons connected with tho army.
II. No SuUer will be permitted to ship
Hoots, Shoes, or any articles of clothing
in his regiment, unless ho first obtain a
certificate from the commanding oflicer of
the regiment, 'stating that such articles
and quantities (which must ia all cases
be specified) are absolutely necessary for
the comfort of his men, and also receive
a permit from tho Colonel, approved by
Drigado and Division commanders, for
the shipment of such goods to the regi
ment. III. No person whatever, other than
the regular Sutlers, will hereafter be per
mitted to follow this Army, or to estab
lish themselvet within, its lines. ; !
IV. In towns and cities, now or here
after wiihin tho lines of this Army, no
person will bo allowed to sell goods
needed fur the use of the residnt citi
zens, unless ho bo a resident trader. To
such, upon application to the Provost
Marshal General, or. Provost Marshal of
the l'ost, a permit, with such restrictions
as ho may deem necessary, will be grant
ed, proper assurance being given of the
loyalty and fidelity of the applicant.
V. Any person, or persons, found ship
ping, selling, or attempting to sell, goods,
either directly or indirectly, in violation,
of the above orders, will be immediate
ly arrested, their goods confiscated, awl
tho facts reported to these Headquar
ters. Corps, Division, Brigade, Regimental,
and l'ost Commanders will be held re
sponsible for the strict enforcement of
lty command of Maj. Gen. Uosecuans.
JULIUS P. GAIiESCHL,
Ass't Adj't Gen'l and Chief of Stalf.
OlhVial : 0. NoM'AitD, A. A) G.
1) a'r ljr WU, Lf OS.
BeiWfm Dtadfirtck mwl Vnum StrtrU, (up diri.)
Our facilltlM In ma'1ijuTT anil good workmen,
cnablo oi U exocuta en itinrt order, In tha hlgheal
itylo of (ba art, and
AT MODERATE CHARGES,
; ' all PtcscmrTioxs of ,
Bills of Lading,
of tvBur nEscitrrriON, ;
, RECEIPTS, &c, &C,
At SO, .
Statf, rcuufy, aud Corporation
B-V rvalectfuMjr luvlta a, liberal patronage,
knowing tliut our atjt of worknianuhip cannot ba
excelled, or .our Uirmi couipatej with. ... '. j
To Army Oflicors and Soldiers. :
H BVOU A 8 .1 i
Lid of Q. II. Stores deliver ed, -c, . , .
Receipts for Q. li. Stores delivered, Afe.t
Special Requisitions, .
' Final Statements, . i '
. DESCRIPTIVE ROLLS,
Quarter Jy' 'Return of Chtlnng,, ce-,. (
Quarterly Return of Otdnancs, $.,
Provision Returns, ' ' '
Enlisted Blanks fur Recruiting,
lfynUdy Compaq Rdurni, '.
Cgkrri &ay Account,
Ac, o., Ac,
CONSTANTLY : ON . HAND,
aud fur aale on tha nit moderata term.
- 04" W. are ajaa batter ir'ar4 ha any otltvr
a ituMUlinaitnt In tha city, l ex cut with tU garat
fit iluiitch atut ou u;Jrala t'-run, ,
ANY 3CINIJ OJT ,
and mwut rcit-clful!j I'jlkit onltra.
Uw Blank,, 3 .
NOXICKTo '" "' " '
' CITIZENS ' "
,. . co.nii to
NO. 21, DEADERIfK STREET.
Whara jroo will Bad tha . 3 : '
" -'CHEAPEST TOBACCO,' .
in MoahvllU. , Also , i , , .
Bakina-powder, , , ,
Cofls Tea, llicx,
MUBiartl, Table-Salt. "
&trou Botla, repper, I i
, Bpioes. Vinegar, Hoap, , , f
. Can.elles Matohe,
1 J3rulic, lilaolting, rTvrtm ' .
. ,-' AVrappins-papor, i!fco Sco.
Don'l forgot the 1 co, , . ;
NO. 24, Deaderick, Near Cherry.
j. ncaii h co. .
Pec.4-.tf ; ' .
24 - d4 24 24 24
Library Association Co
Draws DaUy at COVINGTON", Ky.,
AT 12 AKD 0 O'CLOCK-
Under tlie Superintendence of Sworn
$5,000 to $40,000!
Tickctx from One Dollar lo Ten Dol!,:rs.
Ordera for Tlcknla will ba promptly arnt by ra-
torn mail, and our official Prawlnga acnt to all cor
tW AH orders for Ticket, addrcw
R. FRANCE & CO.,
MCf Ctrcnlara acnt frea to all ordering.
ARMY IMELLIGCMK OFFICE,
No. U, South Fourth St,, ;
' SAINT LOUIS, mo.
Eatabllahed for tha benefit of atrangera coming to
ei. louii in aearcn or
SICK OU WOUNDED'
and for peraona living at a dlntauce who can rlt
to Hie Army Intelligi'iica Otlicu and olitaln reli
able information ot any auldler that en
limed la the Htatee of '
niinaU, Indiana, Ohio, Inoa, Michigan, Witeon-
tin, Afirtrwfota, Kentucky aiut Slittouri.
r10RIl!'X'T IVTKI.LIQKVCS WIIX BB 0IVKN OI
Vj any auldler from the above rotate), whrtlier
Bica, WotiNiiao, Killkd, or Taken I'fciHoNaa, and
in what battlea he may have boen engaged, and
where hie reuinirnt ia atAtiouDd.
Information will alao be given of the condition of
at j aick or wouu'ied aoidier In Pt. lonla, Luuiavllle.
Cincinnati, Nashville, Mound City, or any Hoepital
in the WeaUrn Ueuartmeut I and where tiioae killed
In battle, or liava died from tbott wouudu, ara burl
ad; and whfie thoee taken prieonera are son'
fined. 4 - . . . -
Tnii la tha only Army Intelligence QJHoe id tha
Department of tha Mlaslailppi, or Waaloro Jenart.
nieut, and information of aoldtera from aay or tha
above 8uta can be ri.en at any lima by calllug or
writinK to the ArmyTutvlilKence Office.
Pot aona writing will pl'ae give the name of the
oldlvr, what blue he enliated in, and tha uamtwr of
bia regiment. LhRrgea for any kind o Ai ny lutein.
gnce will be Two iioi.LAns, aud any peraou riling
will pleaaa enclose fie amount, ju order to tecure
aVUmtlou to taelr inaulriea. r - 1
UilrHi Army Intelligence Office, Ht. I)uia, Mo.,
a. uoz leuf, i . , ly i, iui ly
HATIINTEDUCT, S, 1901.
Three Chimney e are Intended for the flat
flamea, which heating all part of tho
glaaa aqally,(loei not expoa U to crack
ing, v ' i ' K. h. UITBRIIXJIC, .
Fort fill Cllaaa Work. .
. Vtaahlbf ton atre i.
Hamplea can ba Been at tbll Office, . .
uneo ly. .., ,..
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction 5c Commission
No. 11 I't ltLIC MVA1IF,
, , i ; , NASHVILLE, TENIT.
)LICIT9 (10N8IONMWTS, AND WltU OIV1
0hOeH,iau aud lleri'jiuidiae g'tierally...
All aaiea Caai aiid return uiJe promptly.
Braaxc'M-. M'irrle k ftnttlon, K. 8. Hollliui
A (Jo., A. J. Uunean. k Ou uhvilia, lutin.
1MIBSH Ceil JltAL. il.-llvered la a'l '.rt of
i tl.. ..u h II MI U1V
lo. 7. ' , , ' ' At Hr.todwuy Mille.
f ipianlltii' I I in, a 'lit d livr.-d t" h!I pirl o
L Ik" city. I'. 1. M r. K V,
in. T, At lli a.. Ali.U.
4,: J . J
6K0. W. SnXWatASKB.
SHEWMAEER & R0EB, v
mu gntoUigcwt (Dffia
Ko. 11, 80CTH rOCRTU fTREKT,
. (urai unn ana walk it,)
st. louis, no.
Eatablishtd for the Benefit of Sinngcri,
OoaiM TO IT. lorn in inuitre; t
Sick, Wounded, or Soldion that har-j.
- i Died from Wannda or Biokaew. ;
CORRI'X'T INTF.M.IUKNCE WILL BE GIVES OF
the onndifon of anv Kirk or Wooniied K,i!lm In
ST. UlUlS. IXILISVIUJi, CINCINNATI, NASHV11I.K,
jtiv'u7 vi k i , it maj o. ner iioKpi ai in ilie -vcelora
l.iartmtit. Tbla at the wit irmf rnUlllpene
Office In the l ulled Ftatea, and In irtialum regard
ing Solillera frntn'any part ol the !' ( rau be Jlveo
at any time, by railing at, or wimu to Iba A,uit
limcLiJUaxoa Oi mm, I'u.t flll.e Id No. 1348.
N. B.-"-r!'. iMtia to Bt. lot ie ix muW
Tn Fatigue will obuin all nnwwurv tiitormat'.
by nailing at nnr UOloe, No. U, Mouth Fonrtb Ptrc ik
Way IB, I80i iy ,
CAK CSV ALLS :'
.' -' AMU
o n n i pi n vt Ann n ss
POB SALE AT ..'
MYERS, HUNT & Co's '
CARRIAGE WARER00M3, ' .
North Marlcet Strcot,
KKAB THE BQ0ABE.
Nor.l 2ui, . ..
SCWIXG MAUIi.VKS "FOR SALfi
'r Orortr ic Itnkra. ieic
Wlloon'a ftiid IlMr ITIarhlna,
Also, MACHINE Oltl
And every thing pertaining to Sewing Machinal
MACHINES REPATHED .
it W. Faiinix'B Wall Pr Store, Cor. DiAd- a
1 ... . i,. '
u.itm. anu i uono iMuare, w
augtt-ly nr Vm MAnKHff.
Relmburscnirnt of Officers.'
OFFICERS OF THE -ARMT.
who have been at any expenne iu tho fur-nation of
moir Comoanleu and Regiment, cai be
Reimbursed by Government,
by Jilaolng their Claims in the. hand of ' 1
CHARLES II. op rT?n' r
Agent for Collxlwn of Claim againtl Iht Ootxrnmmi. y
OrnCE No. 38 ITOBTH CHEEEY 6T.
THE ''OLD nEJ-TAT?TJ3"
, AND rA.-HIONAUI.K
si!AVi & inruivu su.oon,
: AT TUB ST. CtOI'D nOTEL, NASHVn.LB.'
Waui.D nKKi'KCTn;i,i,Y imohm his hu-
meroua lilumla, aud Ilia travelling public,
Hint h" hue newly llitnil up Ilia wi II known tiulooit '
ill Ihii HI. Cloud bitililinK, wboru bluwelf and other '
" dlMtiiigulwlied artiU " will aitem! to Wliuvln and '
J'rf fhuiuHouing and Cutting H.iii , In flwhlou
Tlie ralrain I fllte'l up with every! hlng needful to
tint comfort of rnatoiiirr. W.irui ami Cobl iJallia
provided at nil tains, In Well nriiiiiil rooum. 9 .
askH u coiiliituniKV of tbe ).ikLt'ouiige ao rK'ly given
iu former Jeuii. iNuvXH-tf
It'ST BKOriVE', AND F(IH HAI.K, . , I
L.eafher and Uimi ItelUug;,
M)y 'M. I. TON ,
uly( 41, Uarkal
Oil niWk'BUHHil.8 ( 0 l.'jurt received
CV.l lJ vn Conaigiimuut, and lor into. J i
iirdura urn at the yarn, ('JtN'i.H 'iK CKI'AK AN '
CHKKKI dTKKL'fS, will be vroni4l tilled. '!
maya l. Jt. IIICH I; V t
KKQS AuSyKTi-.I) KAI15,
lOt 4 tolL llol K.
2rfl.fNMI AiHUiUtU BAK ANKHirKT IV.ON.
' JfttMNI lf. ASMlMIH) HIIElT t'OI'I'l U.
. , .. ,", For aulu by Wil. I.YON,'
CO I IN .11 HA Ia,
T the Ttmadwiiv MIKa.
lane ... ...
I). D 1)1 KY, AgnuW
Cn toARRfM rKH (iRi'l'NIV IlTR tlttrH,''
') band and for aia at the Broadway alula,,
iune H, 1 liJ(;KkV, Agent.
lilt AM AM) SlTdTlTS
N band aud for lle ai the lirouilwai. Wlli
luiiej , , , . l. U 1)11 IT, As,t,
FRUSII'COKN' MKAL for mile at tbe
' 1 l 1'K'KV.Y. Agent.
YtHl MT6T H KNUIl ILI'OnOL Oil HTR')N
Wlii.ky lo be p.it Iu yur lluUir to f reo'
Iho ceinpany wll' " m iei.iv irron to Hi ai
Metera whenever Dulil'.eJ, pruvi'ieii yen fur.'.l.li tU
alcohol or whiaky. ,
1 will explain tM : We chiirgn no Meter ri ai
niot On U'Uipanl a do, to cover ihn e p. r., ,iSa
tlila purtliulur 1 1 mu the exinniw vi.l'l b"lirvj .
f I alio to Hi tympany ( In aiaoy , to w .t i iu.
alcohol wouM amotiiit tu more II. au It Belt tjir
tuonllia' bill for g.ia.
JAM. II KKN'liltlCK,
- Ilec. Oth, ISlii lin ferrury.
I HAVE rvu TWO BTOHV tip.rcic IIOl HItf
for rent for in.. i, near Ilia laeaorvd'.r.
on iliion pike. 'J li.im are v. i nil .H.iOe i im
e ; have ea.h i-i.'lit rvnt,! cal li''ui'',in abuiol
atit aopply ol hy lniut onttr, ti.ilnio Mi ailuiirelil;
itnatuil fur dliUiumg au p. tliut U ii iiiie lui'
rarely tu aend to in Hunt, On. Una one r (ibk at '
doom. , '
1 re fur lo Mr, i'nn I'm at., Cily liai.k an.,
f.mrirn n, linn of In ul.tli it I'.'i.". , I' r nny tin (
lifti'rnii'O'ii, lli.y bb'U leioinl. lor tl. prtH..it yii,r
li' lit .VI, pliyuCl' 'ilal l'l ly. h"trr,ai'l lml'4e
will b i ..ii n -I. )t"..tera i itn i'ly to me any aid,
lio.ui, at r'rtl li n-.', ' o I 'anoii p e
Now4 .Mi. 1.. I.AIRnRN.
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