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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1873
PaMKmllaa MBe( Balletla) alMlsia;
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
U.B. HfO. SUM.. OlHKKVBR'8 OPKICK.
' CA1KO, April 15, lt-73, lO-.U p.m.
Thermometer 47 degrees.
Wind southwest, velocity Indies per hour,
- Waatber, cloudy
Maximum temperature last 21 hour,
3 p. In., 62 degrees.
Mrtilmurn temperature, Ut 24 huiira,
B a. fa., 11 degrees.
I'revalllnfr wind ;iat 21 hour, southwest,
ToUl number of mile wind tracllcd, last
ti hour, nod.
David W. flAn.VETT. Observer,
fitly thousand envelopes. Just rccchetlat
the UULLKIIN office. tl
Jut received and for ale, toobbls Haul':
Jrnnctt applet Coppkv, 1' C; A Co.
Envelopes furnished ami printed at tli
BULLETIN Opkick at 3 tu per thousand
Hon.O. TV. Wall of Duijuotn, and Copt
W. II. llambleton, were In the city yester
day. .Mr. Wall Was In atti n dance on ci
The case of tbe man Orfcn, charged wllli
iuc tuning or a man at Uorse Island tome
fourortlvo weeks ago, will be ruinmeiiccd
w me circuit court to-day.
K.M. Ward Is nowpteparcd to dcllierthe
beit of sawed and sjilfthirkory wood to any
part of the city. ANo all lin in of wood and
coal alivajs on hand. J.'Jj If.
Kd. K. Slssou declines to be a candidate
for councilman, and announce- himself In
favor of.lohn C. YantN, for one ol the conn
cilracn from the Third ward. Columbus
Mr. CJiarlei Hardy wishes It distinctly un
derstood that he ..Id not post -Mr. Swaync'a
bills on Monday night. .Mr, Hardy has bul
letin boards of hl-own, and neter makes
use of private property In porting up
As Col. Jtiardrn was voted lor at the
election yesterday lor alderman Irom the
First ward, it is proper to state that t'jc
colonel was not a candidate for the ofllec,
did not Save his name on any of the tickets
and made no cfiorts to secure his election.
Xew stock and new styles of wallpaper,
palnu. oils, window glass, etc., etc , at U.K.
Mclgs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call and ai-e the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing ule
He are the sole agont for the dale of Mu
aon'i jmre cider vinegar, made on hl lann
at Cobdon, Illiiolf, put up Inconvenient
sled packages for family use, and everv
package warranted pure.
'Ia tf Coi fkv, Pack A- Co.,
No. .') Ohio I.eec.
At an early hour yesterdy morning notices
wre posted at the dlfterent polling j.lace
tothcnleetthatMr.J.epli McKenzle had
withdrawn Irom the contest for police mag.
Urate. JIany ol his friends were aurprl-md
at tilt announcement, uml were at a loss to
kLOtt for which one ol the ruiiialnliii candl-
datttocat their votes.
The agent for the 'J-'Irtsldo Krlend,' pub.
hshed In Chicago by Waters A Co., Is now
in mis city for the purpose of soliciting uu-
scnoers to me paper. It Is a literary news,
tsmlly paper of eight pages, containing serial
stories by good writers, and other attractive
reading nutter suited to every taste, and
always ot a refined ami improving character.
The agent offer, a beautiful cliromo to even
subscriber, and will call on our citizens for
the pur-Toe of exhibiting the picture.
ThJ Katie futnam troup olaTcd to a good
hous.. Ust eveuliii-. Ml.s Putnam as Kan-
luon lue "-ricuel, sui-pa-scl Uerselt and
eucneu me nearly applause ol the audience
io-uiguus me oeueut night of Miss Katie.
uu in, oAiiBcieuiiiaiiierinenUs will elv
h u 1 . .... .
- uimutu iwuse. ine pluy Is a new
oat io me people ot this city. The t'nea-
ual aiatcli," uml in the alter piece Ml
i-uiu-ini appears as "Diana" In "Don't
juu-b uy Appearances."
uur oiu lime friend Ed. V. Slsson Is In
luck. He has received the appolutmcut of
general passenger agent ut Columbus, Ken.
lucicy tar me iron iiountain railroad. The
Dispatch' ot that city says U the appoint
JUl. t. MsSOn. Or lUIS tllaee. I. .s rap.lv.. I
the appointment of Southern pas-eniieraifent
jui iuc iiuu jiouuiain railroad, hu. is
me uiau uii auiaze wiiu activity and en
ergy, and will make a must etllcient at'en
Urn It the right man for the place, anif vve
iYiuw uuu uu ins weii'iieseiveu pro
a ucai cuuagc aim iwo lots, located on
the corner ol Division street and Washing,
ton aveune. For terms, etc., enquire at Uie
corner ol Fifteenth street uml Commercial
avenue of T. O'callaiian.
UAJitO AND VINCENXKS ItAIltOAD,
Trains now leave Caliouml .Mound City as
aye Cairo. Leave Mound City.
virmm 1:45 p.ui.
B:U p.m. ' i.
Ciue. O. Wouu, Oen'l 'l i. ket Ag't.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Wa.Wi.Kton avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion.
uumurry koous. sue na, f)Ue (mnj.i
and any dlflereut .tjle.or hat. and bonnc-U
beside a large assortment m i-ii.i - '
ers and notions ol all sorts, all ol which wli
we luncn prices.
ICE CltEAM. SALOON.
A WsTi'Ptn I I
i, "c"l"cr. l "I'Proaehlng thi
v. ".'" "B,U W1" u S'ad to learn that
. nave uttcd un nH
... -.-.M..uSor.ier. aim nothl,,,,
.wanting about the establishment to make
r.v-.u.u auu comeort uf the r'pstrons
BPMni'ji. riL .
curni sti kVya. ,?o anu
Unm. Ulum 4 Amsou would respectfully
:r;:L !,..WI rc'uve their
,,miiiiN tucicuaiiuiw ir,m
street to the atoreroom No. l42,Coinmeiila
VlU one door alio v e Elliott & Hayihorn'a
sod will, 00 Monday April 14, be prepared to
display at their new place of business a T,.ry
large and weH-sorted itoclc of dry goods
clothlag, etc., to which they Invite all their
tild cutMaun and many new ones, to call
iki exaJuUt r tiiewselrei. 4-li-it
A WOIII) OH TWO.
Various cemtnents have been milclnce
the citizens' meeting of lat Friday iilgbt,
on the course of Tilic Hullktin In advocat
ing Col. lTooil;for mayor, It being patent
that this paper has never hown what
might be termed Tory warm affection lor
Col. Wood. A word or two on this subject
may not be out ol place at tliU time. Tiik
Hui.i.ktin, from the Hrst advised the calling
of a citizens' meeting for the purpose of
nominating a cltlens' ticket. This IIIH.I.K
UN Itlt Itself bound to supjiort the citizens'
nominee, and also hdleed Col. Wood to be
much tnnre formidable tandidate against
Mr. Winter than either Dr. Bnilth or Mr.
flwayne, either ol whom, if placed In nom
ination by the citizen' meeting, Tiik UtiL
lktix would have warmly supported.
At fllln, Illinois, April IS, ISM, at II
o'clock, p.m., of brain (ever, Kinnii Alice,
daughter of John and Mary Cutmnlnfrs,
aged one year, one month and two days.
The deceased Will be burled at Villa Itldgc
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
'daette' and 'Sun' please copy.
1 siuTtirii L' X IK
Hcgtllar meeting tu.nlght at S e'.lock .it
l'liillutmonlc hall. Important blidtirss on
uauu, anu vvn an nifluinis io auenu,
and those who would like to become tuclii
bcrsof the llutid,
lly order of the pre-ldent,
John W. I'ki'kmi, Hec'y.
Diivs of wrath! l-'verv nnilc ni.in.ic
hlcsed with it wife and n home, knoiv. full
wclljmt how much the boasierl superiority
ol his ex amounts to on housvclu.inlii
uji, vvnen lovely woiilan liuvlng re
jiented that she ever married man, procceils
to destroy him from on" the face or his own
premises hy means of an Impromptu deluire.
This s nothing more than the legitimate re
sult of man's own obstinacy. Had he
ceded the voice ol reason and ued the
Averlll Chemical paint, the smooth, glossy
surface obtained would have rendered Inun
dation unnecessary, and house-cleaning
would only be a pleasant recreation, like
the cultivation of Mowers. The A. 0. 1'.
eutrrsuue-wiini more surface, and stays on
twice as long as any lead paint. Call lor the
genuine article, mixed and ready for use In
all colors, atN. K. Way & Co.'s, Sixth street,
between Washington and Commercial
THE KLEOTION VEST EMMY.
Mr. Henry Winter was yesterday de
feated as a candidate for mayor. It l not
necesiory bero to recapitulate the causo
which conspired to defeat him.
Wo consistently and conscientiously
oppoiod hltn, at we bare done bofore. Col.
John Wood haa boon elected mayor of the
city forthe next two yean, and we believe
having been elected as Iht-'cltlzena' candi
date, he will to conduct big administra
tion of municlpM a (lairs as to fuldll tho
trust confided in him. Many good citlzena
wboe objoction to Col. Wood do
not affect his character as an
honest and honorable man,
worked and voted against him jes
terday. We hope and believe that Col.
Wood will so manage the conduct of his
olllce a to prove the foara of such citizens
Fltl'IT FA KM AND (iAI(I)EX Sl'OT.
The noith part of section l.v T 10, south
range 1 west. In l'ulaskl county, one mile
north ol Mounds' Junction, two miles south
ol Villa llldge, and four miles northwest of
Mound City, containing slxty.llvo acre.
forty-five oi which la Improved and under
fence, with a stream of spring water riimiliii;
through the same.
l.'pon the premised Is a new frame liou-e.
built the past year, and four tenement
houses. Also trult trees ol cverv varietv.
mauy In bearing, and a vineyard ol 800 vines
In mil hearing,
I he above premises Is one of the most de
sirable tor giirdenlng purposes In Southern
Illinois, Title perlect. Apply to
4-13-Ut W.M, K. 1'ITCIIKlt,
Although the exrltemetitover the election
yesicruay ran nigh, with the exception of
two Or three tights everything passed off
At the Third ward polls Charles Williams
and a negro by the name ol Johnsou j-ot
Into a dispute which resulted In blows, Wil
liams -.truck Johnson a heavy blow, knock
ing him over the railing to the ground be
low the high sidewalk on Thlr.eeiith street.
Williams Jumped alter .loliuson, when the
latter drew a revolver and flred at him, the
ball taking ellect Just above the lea eye and
lodging somewhere under the Mii on the
left side or the head. Johnson was arrested
by Constable Cain, and taken to the county
Jail. Williams' wound Is In no wlso dan-ser
ous as he was on the streets a lew hours al
ter the occurrence.
Another skirmish took place at tho .Second
ward voting place, at thu Jtoughand Iteadv
engine-house, In which a while man and ne
gro were the participants. Tho negro, we
are told, was meddling with the engine,
when a member of the company ordered
him to desist, a command which the darky
refused to obey, Mr. White Man went lor
his colored lordship mid gave him what in
common parlance would be tunned n
'mighty good thrashing."
Yesterday afternoon as the IikumiIml. ir .ln
ou the lllluols Central railroad was approach.
ug the .Stone depot, a boy about tllts-t-n
years of age, mimed Charles Elmore, at.
tempted to get onto the platlorm of one or
the cars. The train was moving at a rapid
rate of speed, and In endeavoring to msuiit
the car, Elmore lost his balance and fell to
the ground In railing bis left foot vv,
caught under the wheels and crushed to at
torns. The loot Is so badly crushed that
uijmuuiiuii win ct-naiiiiy ne necessary, w
uiiuersianii uie UlllortUllatt
liUV IIlsl lift t
friends in thl, cits, ami that his ,,;.. . !
side In .Smlthl.mil, Kentucky. He was tak. n
" ' "I'", a imyML-lali (n,n.
moncd to attend to hi, ,,,
Coii.!derlii the reckless manner In whiih
the dcieus ol small hoys who loiter mil oaf
about the i!ee and tnutttit iiaslm- i,
It is atnatter of ureal surprise that n. ... '
of this city I not oft.ner called ,,,, t(.
chronicle the crushlncoi m,, (lr ' ,
rlKhtkllllncof some of them. We believe
the olllclali of the Illinois Central ut n.i.
plate haedone all they could do to put
top to this daiiL'erous habit, but hai i.
unable to entirely stop the boys from dolu
so. This act-ldeilt should tirove a warning
U the other boys, for so sun. as tboy per.
slst la dolni; us he did thuv
TIIK OITT ElifcCTIONi
... A. ...... '
, I Ml
Winlet'l mijority..., h. ''J
11. W Wbb...
tlaxtey - - ISO
runn!n,harn M Is1
HCIIST... ..... ..M.....M..M.n..M... ....
liird (colorsjj Iki
Iliibv.,. ...... ...
SKCOND U AItli.
S,0 1 IA
cwayne . ,
U'inlet'n injjoilly. , ' bi
II. W. Wlb M .. .109
llo.lev .. 1
"""' vmjJor"' 01
I l'hiili "". i
I ruiuiinliani's m-junly Hi
Pitcl.fr . ii
Hwn - lit!
UnJ (colored, 7
Kyan'i majuniy '."i
'y - M
llutJfr..... ,. fc 47
Mevr. ltltteiihouse and Mt-v er are elected
Hi I III) WAUD.
Wioltr . ,
II. W. V,sb
llowlcy's majority M1
CunDinebam M ....
At DERM EN.
II. W. Webb
Cunningham's msjonty , H.
iviru, coiorea s,,
Ryan's majority ao
Koley ... 1
Col. Wood's majority In the Fifth ward
Mr. W. II. Morris and Mr. Johu II. Kobln
n arc elected to the council.
Owing to the late hour at which we ar
rived at the Filth ward polls, vve werettXs
able to get tbo tutu on thu other candidates!
Wo shall giv e the. complete vote In to-morrow's
At the late hour at which the last returns
of the election were received we llnd It Im
possible to give "the majorities of all the
gentlemen elected; but the following are th
nttlcers elected: Col, Wood, mayor; M. J.
llovvley, city clerk; H. Watson Webb, city
attorney; .1. J. Illrd, police magistrate; and
Robert A. Cunningham, city treasurer. The
members of the new council are, fiom the
Hist ward, J. SI. Thllllps and Illram lllxby;
Second ward, Wood Itlttcnhouie and Her
man Meyer; Third ward, F. Korsmeyer aud
John McEvven; Fourth ward; M. J. Mcdau-
ley a'ld 0. F. Xellls; Fifth ward, John II
Koljlnson and Vf. II. Morris,
The place to buy wall paper and window
shades Is No, 2 Sixth street, opposite Win j
ter's block, where jou can buy cheaper
uuu aiij- piacc ill uie city, II. ABLE, tl
LAKG EST ASSORTMENT
SUIIUirs DRUij STORE.
VALUABLE IM.OI'EHTyToR SALE.
A very deslrablu
Uti.sl In ll. t, . -sii. i
the naiuK nl i. it.-..J ' " ' K.0,n
""til MIC lUllIIUI A fl'l 11 .,.t.
Dial M-Isi il- I,.-..,.
and sultal,!,. n,.t.i ? laicrn,
-.-.. ui.si.-i,, Jml propertv Is
ou- o,rered lrs.,le.t a harS...' Ten,
cash. Apply to 0. floiiicit, Ann., II
Or to N M. rA.t.N,llaievl ie,K - '
huvo been made svn v...i. ...i.i. ,c-
ducinK their standard or per(oet pulritr;
not another bakUI: powder or flavorliTic
extract In tho market is freo Irom adulter,
at on. There aro no coloring, poisonous
o k or acid. In Dr. lyico'.flafoTo
cbalk glum, or other Injurious lub.tanc-oi
the mCtVa.l"ki"'! Powder- We know
their sTCt!T Uke PriJe ln h""K
tbelr artiolot Hrlctly pure. l-U-diw-lw
HIV tilt NEWS,
Steamer mei Howard, St. Louji
i Thompson Dean, New Orleans
John Kllgour, Cincinnati
Mary Davage.St. Louli
" Mary Houston, Louisville
Hello Vernon, Cincinnati
" Emma C Elliott, St. Louis
" Louisville, New Orleans
" Lallolle, New Orleans
Aakamas Hollo, Kvanivllle
Jim Fisk, Jr.. l'nducah
Steamer It. A. Ilsbbsgc, St. Louis
'J homn-on Dean. St. Louli
,'ohn Kllgour, New Orleans
Mnry Houston, Now Orleans
" Argotv. Mound City
Sam Hoberls, St Louis
Jim FNk, Jr., I'sJucah
Mary Davage, St Louis
Emma C Elliott, Memphil
11 Ixiultvllle, Cincinnati
" La Hells. St Louis
" Jamos Howard, New Orleans
11 Arkansas llolle, Kvanivllle
" lllinoli, Columbus
COXUITIOW Ol THE BIVKHS.
The fall In the Ohio at this placo hat
been checked somewhat since our last re
port by tho heavy rain of night before
Special dispatches to The Hulletin
roport tho condition of the rivers at vari
UCMXK-iS AND WEATHER.
liusini-ss was brisk on the levee and
largo amount nf Southern freight
was disposed of and at dark freight for
the South was very scarce.
The weather was cloudy, windv and
cold enough to mako it unpleasant,
Tho .lames Howard added about live
hundred tons, and would have taken more
if she could have got it.
The John Kilgour and Houston went
South with all the freight tboy wanted.
The sunken Shamrock arrived here yes
terday, and will go on the dockihere, or
at Mound City.
Capt. Flem Calvert was in the city yes
terday, enroute to Memphis.
The LaUelle passed up flying light, and
goes to St. Louis to load for Shrevoport.
The Thompson Dean had about 300 tons
of Ireighl and a fair passenger trip for St.
Tho Mary Davage returned to St. Louis
with the barge Hilly McConnell In tow.
The Sam Koborts lull for St. Louis with
tow said to contain salt.
A little news boy had one foot badly
crushed by the can yesterday and was
sent to tbe hospital.
Tbo Emma C. Elliott la running on tho
City of Chester's day, while tbe latter Is be
ing repainted at St. Louis. She came In
on time and took all the Memphis freight
i no could llnd.
Tho Arkansas Belle had a pleasure
party on board from Kvansville, which
seemed to be having a jolly time.
ADVKRTHKD II V hMILKM Is Son,lnn
and If you use it dally the white uloam of
peria ooiwoen inn parted rubies will
provoita excellence as a dentrlflce, and
mo swoemcss of tho breath will attest its
puniying properties. 4-16d&w lw
Vltj KaUoasI Hank H-aUdlae;.
aJSpeeial attentioa paid to orders Irom simib
EEAL K-STATaC AUE.HOI.
0. WLNBTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (tECOKD TLOOB) OHIO LEVIS,
Bor and Sill Rial Estati,
r UKWitju AXJSTBAOTS OK TITLB
And pse-sare Oonsejsooss ofKlgils!
joun y. Harman. Chas. Thrupp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.orlli Cor. ofOia (, mut (tlila Itcc.
Abstracts of Title. Convevanrlnir mi,l. u
-I.....I..I... !..! L-..... 1 f . -"r ""7
.(ivmnj, Cdliaiu UUUKUI autl 80IU.
CSTTaxes l'ald, etc.
FOR SALE, For sal. KOR 8ALH
VOR SALE. J re'ttaie I FOR BALK
Fare from LircaroOL,
Fare from Lovdondebht
Faro from Olabqow,
Kara from Orriiiu
TO CAIRO. : : : : .4 r ,n
'ffonl, Morrit Can.lts Agents.
LiTerpool New. rork and rhlladelphla
costascr wit csitsd statu sen satrtsa
for Carrjinj) id Malls
FOB PASSAGE TICKETS WOOD BITTENHOUSE & URO.
oa tuarasa isroaairioa
wfcr TO JOUW O. DALE, Aot
It Broadway, K.w-Tork, erle
Wasblaitoo Assoas Otito, Miami.
nniHieii am m reiwAiniiu.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FJOUR.
An J Agssu ot
into EIVER ANti EANAWIU
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY, PACE ti CO.,
I'Ol W A R D I .HI
A .V D
K LOU II AND COUNTKY l'KODUOK
R. A. 'JUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEAI.EK t.V
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - . ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SOALKS
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS'.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. b. Headrlcas a Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adt-ancemeuls made
preoarsd to reoeire, store and lorsrard
frslghU to all points and buy and
vii uu commission,
Buslnitss altandad to prnmptlr;
JOHN B. PHLLIS Sc SON,
(Hueeessors to John H. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
TENTR-8T. and OHIO
OAISO. I LIB.
PE T E R 0 U II L,
FL .OUR MERC; II A NT
No. l OHIO i.i:vek.
3-20 tf. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
8, D. Ayeks, G. J. AYEiia
AYERS Sc CO.,
I GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
188 OHIO LSVEK,
On KlKhlhHtreot.UtwMnCornmsrclalaiiJ Wash
nton Asstiuss, It .ll!r rrcclslnc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST r-r-KINO AfID sUMvUR 9TTLE
HuHti a lull ho of
ITrimraMl aod untnmmxj.ll
KhE.NUU KLUVVKrW. KIBHUNrJ, TKIMHIMUS
of all kinds, Lacss, etc.. etc.
Mrs. McOm haa also a lar aasortmsat o
Ksocjr Articles, such as
ECK Tl.W. CLLARM. UNOErvHLEE VtH
nor rn.BAnitra, rAM4,
And all other articles usuallr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jlr. JlcOce, in addition to her Htock ol
rancy anu JUlllnery (Joods, has a Hue and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
mane i.ames- anu Jtlsscs' Shoes and Chll
urrns' Jloots, Hlack and in Colors. These
areacknowledcd to be the finest and best
rvi-r in uie inarKet, anu this Is the only
nuns.; iuu uu iiiui maaus luem a specialty
IIVLAND & SAUER,
AND DIALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenui
next uoor to thu Ilyland saloon.
11-lCtf. CAIRO. ILLS.
AND DEALEK IN
Eiohtii Street, Between Waauihotoh
and uommekcial avenues,
AdJolnluB Kl'lenhonae and Ilaaay'a
r .:rc:- " V """i rr. asuitoa Veal.
.Vsi. sr.,vpnuie roiOQiri
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
UuTciiKR and Dealer iw all Kinds
CORNEK Nl.VETENTII AND I'OPLAK BTB.,
Huya and slaughter! only the best ealllo. I
",,.dheP.. anJ Is prepared to flU anv
ciiiauu iur resnmeaU from oue Dound to
iuu inousanii pouiiUs,
And buy your
Ten lb alrestaod 4 oinmarrlal A v
' "''"" 1'ii-i'nreu io manuravttire all
spring sty leu. such s patent leather, inorroco
lillrk uml ia ll.stln Imnta 'l.i.!'.a
, " : " . , i'huci. null rinlr
cork and pumn soles. Stotr-h t,ntt.
bevel edire or any other stvl DRY
I am also uanufac tirlnjr an extra qUK V
of ladles' shoes. My material and work
manshlp aru warranted to be ol the best l
am determined to until nn.h.nni,! ,..'.L"
quality ol goods. ,ue
- ifiiif duue ueatly and on abort
asro. 74 ohio -LiuVBn
Retail and Prcicrij lion
Comer ffasblngton Ave,
and Eighth sUteL
Of chamois and rabbit skin,
tot Weak lua-ra.
At BASOLAT BROS.
FOR SOHK TIUtOAT,
t'rtparad and told
Br BARCLAY JtXOft
Ami DlslofecUaUjfer Ubi
At BARCLAY BROS.
YOUN6 A1UUUCA, ,
Ami 11 Ublvcrtal SUadanl."
At BARCLAY BROS.
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllce over First NaUoaal bank. -la-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office orer first Natleaal back.
GREEN k GILBJCMT,
OODNHILORfl AT LAW,
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