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JOHN IJ. OUKKLY, KMTOK.
THE VIEOA EXPOSITION.
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ST. CHARLES HOTEL
I'lii) 'Ulnt I'liailu'H well nml wlilt'ly Known in tli lenillit ami
LARiiBST hot ml in soiitiikkn Illinois
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Reported Expressly Tor tlie Bulletin.
Till-: WAY FOR
HHOAD AND SP.NSIHI.P: 511(1
UHSTIOXS 101'. IT.S OR
(.'A.V1ZATION. Ml.. (JKOKSUKCJCa YIKWH
WHAT Til K I 'A It TV
.SHfH l.li Do.
HIv DKCIiAliKS TllK IIISTOIt
K'AI. DII.MOCIIATIC l'AUTV
N D SA Y.S JT HAS NOT LOW! Kit
sTitnxoTii ic.vonnn I'mt
HK SA YS IT BUori.D UK COM
POSKD HI' OLD AMI N K
DKMOCRATS AN D IMS
LJCANS iT-ntoii.n oppohr ai.i, porms
IT . 11(11 l.l) aockit thk iu.hoiiv
CONSC M MATlON HI'
n .smiri.i) adopt pkki: tiimik
A- USE (IF ITS OAK1HNA1.
DOCT KINKS '
HIOl'LO HK TO I. Kit A NT. (1 KN
RP.OlJS AND HUMAN K '
AND SHOPLD HK (,'A I.I.KI) I'll K
l.l UKl'.A I. DEMOCRACY
Til r. NOV J'AKTV.
Uindinnai, .luly 21. Tlio loltnwinf;
lttti;r of Hon.
W. S..kJ5romticU, In tlie
L rnpreieiitiiliv'.of tbo VAw Depurtyri) und
Liberal movement, in whrcb lit ccluie
tbu runilidsf y lor governur, anil givi bl
view- ol tlie f' rnntiou "f t iibw political
orKanizntlon, are v.iblubi! tbii uiorninj;:
uhorj.)Ci u To kk ..orKl-.Noh
cVm'I.nnati, .1 11)' l!,-"
To .IuiIko Coliinr
Mv tJKiii sik I feel very much
ob!igiit to you ml the ;;,;"tll!,"on 1,110
enllixl to-day, for the honor you proposed
to confer upon me, but I will not recon
lider the answer X have mnde. I will not
accept a aouiination for the office of gov
ernor. While tuii i so, I Warmly sympa
thize witli what you propose to hccomplUh,
and hope the time ie near when present
Dernocratt and former Democrats and
all dusat'uCe'l Republican' limit
br cordially unlti'd under a tingle organ
ization. I don't think ttiero i auythtng
acred in mere party organization , they
are only machinory which should be re
paired whou out of ordor, and renewal
when too mu-'h worn. A contitu(ion of
a overnmont ii a mor sacred thing than
that of n p ilillcal party, ot we do hesi
tate to pull down an old constitution in
order to put up a new one. W
havn convention in Columbus now
engaged in that work. 1 givn you the let
ter to which you referred. It was written
ton gentleman in New York hoforn your
movement boan and without roferonco
to it. It was not written for publication,
and not madly a1 t would have written
it with that view, hut you are at liberty
to publish it if you think it muy contribute
in thu Icat decree to a closer and llrmor
union of all who are opposed to the pres
ent administration. Vory rospoctfully,
Slgnodl W. S. UltOKMIKI k.
A I'KKSO.N-.M. fOl.ITICA.l- I.KTTE11.
Oisciv.NATi, Mriy 0, 187;l.
My Dkar Hik I have your letter of
April 2:1. 1 should have answered It
nooner, and lmvu no lulticleut upology for
riot doing so. I'orinit mo to nay that ihu
reply 1 here makn to it, is not for public
lion, but perinnal to yourself and Ihom at
who'-a sii(;i;itioti you havu written
1 bidievn tho hlitorlciil Dam.
toratlc organh'.ntiou n upoiled. lllun
derins constantly Jduriug the last ten
yens, ami shatterel by mimy d ideate, it
turroudtired at the presidential uleitiou.
It cannot ledi'oui Unit am render, or tho
conlunlou then iimdo, and Um nut longer
itruriglh enough for victory.
IN Till! KXTIIEMITV
Jt will bo wise to lay aside tho old oran.
Ization, ud outer luto a now one. The
ntw organization should accept the ro.
suit of the war as was ilono at Uattiiiioro,
and it Uould acoopt ilium In y,ooA taith,
and 10 at tocommuuil tho contldeiicu of
WH4T TIIK NKW OKUANIZATION .lllol'LII
Thi) now orauisHtlnn should be some
thing dill'orelit from a rocn.it of thu old
one, there hould be no oxoluilvoness
about it, nor should it tin merely Her.10.
Ot WHOM IT SHOULD HK M.Uli VV,
U ihiiuld be umilo up of piemiit Domo
crati, of former Domocrati, of Republi
cans who are otl'unded by the policies and
tendencies ut the piesnut admluiitratlou ;
bt new organization ahould Jb.) the Joint
ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, JULY
wo'k of t 0 DotnoraU r.nil Rcpubllcani,
incthoy should be equally at home it. it
j neither the guest of tlio othor
I WHAT SHAM. BE IT .VAUK '
You tskod what until bo Iti nauio. Call
i! tho Mbcrnl Dcmocrtcy. That will let.l
tin fre.i, umclilib govnrnmsnt of tLo pei
pie. And now as to
ITH IIO'TRISI'.S OK 1'RIXCII'I.Ki,
Ton ask , tnd in this connection, how tbo
liioition of nen'o julVragc shniild be
hie m . u.riov
'i noitiof in no Ijngor before ut.
.N ugto tullrage ii tho bloody consummation
of tin-great war, and nothing short of war
can unilo it In our day. In my opinion
It will snduru In this government ns long
ai gtnsral iutIriuo. 1 comprohfnd the
1 objection to it, and it wai granted too
soon. 'Dial part of our rmmiUtion re
cently o-uancipalfel should make some
preparation lor this day. Wo
di-ny iurttai;e to tho forolgner for a tirno
in order that ho mar bo prepared for it,
and wo haie schools for all, on the the
ory that all should pri-part- fur It, but it is
granted atidU cannot be recalled, nor do
I think it wieo in such a govnriimont as
UiN t- keep permanently so largo a part
01 iMir peiipie iti an inlerior. ilerndm! -1 n
dilion. TUB I'AVOr.KI Of M A ahl
."'lery was always u danger. To hubt
this population now free in a derailed
condition ill la 1 grrator danger, and
always trouble 'is. Hay we have aduptl
a doubtful policy, it is done. I aciupt it,
and on all Mich uuitious admltttrd to be
of doubtful uDmlii-nrv,' I ibtOI for thi ro-
maindor of my life, if perchance I mint
err, Strive, at lent, to bo
TOI.XKA.VT, (.ISKKOVM Ai Ill'UNC.
And aftfr all I relv for good voting as
much upon the heart as upon the head I
concur in what else you snijeit '1 ' e
uiw organization thoiilJ
OI'HISl ALL rOIIM OF UliNOfOtY.
This is too plain to need argument. Mo-
nopnlits am an outrage and otlenie agaaint
people. The new organization ! r :d
And it should hdvocatt) home goVernn at
in all local tirinirs, and to the turn, -t 01-
tent that is practicable. You cann '. keep
a pioplc free, sturdy and intelligent with
out home iovcrnmiint It is g verninent
that tm ut in tevbes ioliarnv and d -vol-
p. manliness, 'IV I. u . away
and the freeman disapper'. Vntrlize
power at NVmliinton and w sro trann-
ferred to outside mauaneiuttut, no tottar
govornini; ourselves. If w must be gov
erned, ileoandmir unnn WH&hmirton. v
.. . a 1 . . D
lose our fell-dependence, and the free cit
izen soon degenerates Into n minor sub
ject, whose whole duty is to obey law.
and whose only deilre is t" bu aniiined in
You refer mo also to tun question of
tree trado. The new organization should
make it one of its cardinal doctrines.
There should be no af Evocation or double
meaning about this. A prohibitory tarill'
is in plain coLlradli'lljn to the character
of our government V c are eijual In
rights, privileges nnd immunities, nnd
tbero should be no discrimination, no fa
voritism, no partiality, personal or llnan
cial, and as a commercial policy a prohibi
tory tarltl'li behind the age n'.most n bar
barinn belongs to the times
wuen nation? wkuk w.vLLKii, .v.vii j
COMMKKCE WAS WITHOUT WIVIS.
1 believe I have substantially answerod
vour letter. Vl.e new organization may
probably atitaganlzetlte party now ad
ministrating oir atl'nir" at almost every
MOVE CAHEFftl Y KOKWAIlll.
While this Ii 10, It should not undertake
to do everything at once, or push reforms
without some regard fot immediate con
sequences. Changes that shock by their
nhruptnesi are not always Just or fair,
NKVKK FORGET KUl'Sli riilMClI'LE".
And we should movo toward them con
stantly, surely and steadily, but some
times gradually. 1 don't believe in daily
revolutions, or in sudden and violent de
rangement of ptiblin alliiii-i. Let 11W
suggest a dnctriuo to which you hivo not
reforred : I moan the doctrine or strict
construction of the constitution. Have
you considered what a certain prevent! v
of misgovarnment may be found In tbu
faithful application of this doctrine''
I believe such an application of it would
correct almost ovory public uvtl of which
wecomplaln. It is worth your while to
test its reach and olllcacy ; and what a
apltndul dm trinn for such a government
ts ours' How It iixalts the Individual
man, and how it ubordinates the govern
meit' It "1! fattur tho government
now and then, but uever the citizen He
air, ays remains upmost and masters. I
am uot a politician or competent advisor,
but If you nhuiild make such a movuiiiont
at you priipnit, it hnuld be conducted io
as to givo the itintigest nf'iirauee that it
sought reforii, tnd nut place, i am h
Domocrat but 1 should be glad to see thu
Democracy walk mil of Its
old organization into a new
sine. You will not succeed unless they doit.
Maybe tli"y will rofiisii and prefer tn
tarry where tlnsy aro for tho balance of
the renlurv, uud until they can fix tho
meaning ofthu reu'lutious of lib. If no I
supposo'l shall tirry with them. After
R)l 1 like thorn, and I like,
tho old political hoiiieituml. I eonfesa It
Is somowhftt dtlaptdttted. There nro uo
banner upon Its wall, an I victorious
shoutings are no longer heard within. Hut
It Is a homo still, and 1 shal. not leave It
until itli pulled do"
SIgnedJ W. 3. GROEfiVicK,
TIIIIHK OU 1'OI'H hIVUS I.O.ST
i!V Till: SINKING OK THU
a'OMi: INCIDENTS OF TUII l!AI.
Til K KBV.
DR. II A It
TO TUV "
Til It A 1 1) CO M ,M ITTK K 01 V I Nil R K
I.IhJ' TO THK N hKDY.
KvaNhvim.e, .lulv l!fl -The Jennie
Jlnwell struck- a snag and "ank in liftecn
ret of Water at (,'urlnw fioint, at '.' o rlnok
this tmirnliig. Mr l'rindio, two thlldron
. .1 1 S a 1
at'u .r. ning 01 icast'irg wero
drnwnel Cabin paungers and crew
liroMttl't tn Shawne-to t-y 'l,c tj ilck
step. I HU IMl.TMIoFU.
IfALintwnE, July ti. The llomn In
luratun notupatiy says iti.WJti will cover
its ltwe . the Asofiate l I'irctuen b nf Hal
timoro, ir,0), Hanover nf New York,)
fi.OO''. Tho insuranre nn the l'irt Rng
IMi l.iitliunin church, VH.'iolt was
wholly in Kaltiinore otlicus ' Tho
congregation vil! loo J'JO.OUO
by the flre. Tlie valuable library at
tached to the parmir.age wnt savd The
insurance in tho burnt distri, t is intima
ted at J.yjO,(H)o, and tho entire inss is not
estimated toiucerd il.UOnKIU by anyone,
nnd soino iristirniice men still put thu loxt
not to otceed i-tno.OiMi. Marshal Ory ol
the poliiu deparment. durint; the bri -tit nf
the eM'itemeut whs
L'KIICU TO HLOW l' II U I r lilNU-S
To stop the progress the llamew. but be
was JatiiUed such eitime measured were
tinnecesi-ary. Aid was tendered from
Philadelphia, liarrisburg Mid Aletuudria,
Virginia, and other pointr, which wni
promptly hi knowledge.! by the authori
ties, with the request thut it be held in
readiness in cnsn it should be needed. An
aid train from Washington with three
tint wi, 'laving two steamers and two
bo-o reels, and one parsenger ar HIed
with Uromen, made the run hiire in forly
A MILE A MlNVTr..
Tho two compaules trom Washington,
with two tire and three hook and ladder
companies of this city, were all that en
gaged in staying the contiugmtion. Wil
inlngton and other points heard 1110-t ex
aggerated account' of tho lire, and that It
attended with great loss of life
DR. IUKKLEV OVKItCOMK
As soon as Dr. liarkley renchod the
city ho made his way to his pHr'onage and
church, where his Ptmily wore residing.
On reaching the neighborhood he found
the church burned, also tho pirsonage.
Tho street was blocked with people and
ho could gain no information whether his
family had been lost or saved. He was
overcome with incitement, uud the
reverend gontleman fell insensible on the
street. He was borne 1.1 a drug stoe, and
soon afterwards I'jiiiij ol his friends learn
ing his cunditiou, tok him to Mr. Miller's
whore his family had been carried. Dr.
Harl.ley whs msonslblo during the night,
but this morning, although cnmjiletely
jirotratei, is better.
TIIK AID COMMITTSK.
The committee appointed by tho city is
relieving till cases of distress and furnish
ing means to curry sufferer ovur until
A QIITK VOU.VO HEKOISK.
AU-ino.v,'July '20. A llttlo boy of Col.
'-.bilggs, tged three yetrs, fell Into a ids
torn in hi fathers yard, twenty foot deep,
tbii afternoon. Tho c Worn had Uvo feet
of water In it. A little nlecu ot thu col
onel, named Nettie, aged 1 1, witnessed
tho child's full, and Immediately jumped
into thu cistern after tilm. .Seizing the
little boy, she hold him nbova tho water
till a ladder could be procured, when both
wero taken out. Tho" llttlo 'heroine who
almost oihmisted, but the child was un
hurt. Tho girl 3 clothing buoyed bur up
mi the water or she would have
bt-eu drowned. Il was 11 ru'imrl.nhlu ethi
liilion !' heroism.
Nl'.w Youk, July lit! lly Kuropoan
lllus Just receivud the king of Italy Is rep
resented ts having hold the following
conversation with tho I'Yoneh iiunitur on
the occaslou of his iluparttiru Irom Koine
"Mr. Pourniur, you may leave in nil as
iiuratico my ministry will be conservative.
I wutit no other ami toll your govern
ment I desiiii to bo 011 good
terms with it. 1 lmvo no
tnstu tor Priisslau alliance, and theru ex
ists no tteaty between Kmpuror William
aud 1110 Only call the attuntlonyif your
government to tho doings ol tea clerical
parly In Pranco. Their doings are a con
tinuous provocation. Tho cry of Have
Rome nt La Prance, U 11 cry of war
against ltutitin unity. If Marshal
Muc.Mflhoii'ii govortimuut does not
succeed in calming this agl.
tutlou which Is communicating iKelf
to tho wholo 6f clorlcal P.urope, ho will
obllgu mu to cast myself entirely into thu
arms nf (lurmany, and t shall tin at
oncu. At piesiuit I represent peace be
tween Pranie and Germany, do not for
get tills. Let war bu declared against me,
tnd It will u sittticlent tor mo to place an
army corps on yonr iron-
t,oti In order to paralyzo
great part of the forces of Trance, tnd
to cane her tn Ivaslon with loses of pris
oners and Idemnltles moro terrible than
tbo'nof lb70. Tho Ilasiiort of Conitan
tinople has been suspended for having
published false Intelligence, announcing
that Turkish vc!es would be sent to Su
matra. THF CROPQ.
SllHr.vsi-oliT, duly 'JO. Cotton in this
and adjacent parishes is reported as doing
woll. Thoro hut been sotmi complaint of
laborers In sonis places. Tlio plant Is of
good sizo and forming well, though omc
wbtt backward as compared with last
year, 'there are proipucts of a yield
promised About the ssmo as list year,
Corn crop doing well whiro cultivation
was good. Yield will bo li to .'n per
osnt. groator thiin last yenr.
Mo.vnor, July liO. C'r ip pro'pei.t vory
favorable throughout this part .! the
state. Pino rnin during the pint -2 or X
dnys. Cotton and c.ru grontly lunetllej.
Caterpillars in limitut nuiubers appeared 1
but nuilHiiiagii done.
f l!OM 1I"13J!"IM.
at mi 1-., duty V': Thu present ap-
poarancn of cropi I lair. Caterpillars
tmvo appeared at ome few places, No
damage yet done.
VifKiim-Kij, .l ily 20 -Crop prospects
are not so favorable us Hit year. Worms
have appeared on several plantation
The weather during nearly every day for
the imt weiiK whs utifiivnnble.
KKOM t'KXTIlAt ANll Ki-Tll TKX Ai.
Ni:h Oiukanh, duly Ufl Dlipatchei
from Central and Kastetn Texas ulwt
tavorablo accmints of lha crop".
iaco, 'leiti", July 20 Crops are as
good as the most sanguine cmild uiuect.
JKFFKKsos, July 2'.. -Heavy rain last
night. Crop pro-pi'-ts splendid, promU
Ing a better yield ol - .rn and cotton tliau
for many years.
AT HOW LI till UHBF.S, CKNTUCKV.
huuiHMi.t.c, July t!C Ties cholera has
again broken out In Rowling Ureen, Ken
tucky. Two negroes died there of the ills
ease. It is conllned entirely tn tht race.
- - t-p. t..i-B .10111 L'Alir llEI'OKT.
Sr. Douis, July 20. Mortality report
of the board ot health for thu wool; ondiin
Vita eveutuK, sUnws the total number of
f deatha to bu : decrease from ibe previ
ous week X , deaths from cholera t!t , de
crease of " cholera morbus 12, decrease
W vshixiiTdv, July .'C Probabilities
On .Sunday for South Atlantic and Otilf
states rising barometer, southeast and
southwest winds, partly cloudy and clear
weather In the interior, but light rains on
coasts, l or Ohio valley, Lower Lakes
and Middle etatos rising barometer, clear
or clearing wcathor, and lower tempera
ture. 1-orNow Knglar.d rising btrometer
and partly cloudy weathor. Kor Upper
Lakes and Northwest falling barometer,
ri'ing temperature, ottorly winds and
partly cloudy weather.
OI.OSI.VO bAI.OON! ON SCNDAT.
Ct,r.VKi.ANi, July 20. About onehuu-
drod and twunty-tlve saloon-keepers of
this city held a meeting last night to du-
cido what course to pursue regarding the
ordinance prohibiting the sab: of liquor
on Sunday, which goei into etl'uct to-night.
lhey finally agrood tn close naloons until
legal advice is taken with a viow to test
ing tlio constitutionality of tin ordinance.
Itlm mill rut I ot tlie HHria
Por.il liotiiH ending-:i p. 111., .luly "0, ls'ft
AboVcTT Changed "
HllllllWil l.... .
Cincinnati, .. .
letlerHou City ,
K.iiir:ii City . . .
l,nui.iWlk' . . . .
MarletU .. . .
Meinphl-. . . .
Mowiutown . .
Pudueah . .
Pittsburg. . .
Slirevepoit . ,
St, Josejih.. . .
Vli'Kshurg . .
Yankton .. .
l.'llW IN UAItl.ANH,
Observer .Signal ?ei lce, II. . A.
I.ouisvillk, July 20. River ftlling
ilowly; 0 feet ft inches in caual; river fell
steadily from 10 a m till '2 p m. Dullness
vory dull, Mary Wheeler left for New
Orleans with u good start and engage
ments below to till her out. Phil Sheri
dan and Alex Swltt ascended the falls.
Mary Houston has gone to Madison for
repair, Arrlvod; Sheridan, Cincinnati;
Houston, xsow wrtcans; Atex wm uud
Rogors. Cincinnati. Depaited: Shoridati, i
St Louts; Alex Swift and barges, same. 1
Sr. Loi'is, July t!0.-Arrlv.d Rob
Roy, Leoktik; Rauuock City, Cairo
Rock Island, tit Paul Deputed- Kob
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Roy, Keokuk; Helent for Vickibug ;
Minneapolis, St. Paul. Rivtr ftllinc
feet water to Cairo. "WetthM cloudy,
light ihorrarltit night.
ilBMHuu, July 2C.--BIv.rfiHIot lUtd
Jly; oletr tnd pletaint. DipuM, Onuid
Utrkiv lie, I.IUl, Kock. uUu y,ck
bliftr pi ...u, t. o. '
NAaUVII.Lt. July 20.To inc
a rite since last nlf ht and 30 iocbet 00 so
ihotls. Anlved, Arch P Oresjti, uppssr
Oumberltnd. Doptrtexl, Kilt nughW
Cairo. Cloudy tnd wtrm.
hVAsvar.f, July 2C.-CloudT: bttvr
JV,n , .fo?noon- "Ivor itatlontry. Up:
IdUwIld, Fayette, ltobrti tnd ChtrrasJr.
Down- Coal lllll tnd barge, Mollla Eb
ert tnd Mary Ament.
SnREAKPonT, July 2C Dontrtetl im
tordnv: K H Di rfo. 3 T ijM uilZ.
. " "...ti. nivoi-
fell 4 Inchci. To-dtv no trrivtli. Dt
parted-John T .Moore, New Orletni. Rirtr
foil ilx incbti.
ClKPIN.VATI. Jllll? Irtllj... lo
and falling. Arrived: Junlttt, Pittsburg.
Deptrtedr Haifa o,nn ' Lf..i?
Cloudy tnd wtrra.
NKW Or.LKAVS. .Inlr )! f. I
Pauline Carroll. St I.nnt. n.i ...i-.i.
Woathor cltar tnd wtrm.
Vicki.iii'kii, July 26 Down: A STur.
ner. Hp: liart Able. Waalhar H,,i,
PlTMUt'KU. .Illlr 2fl Slnm f-,t
Sr. Lot! t a July 20. Flour
nol much dului'.
Wheat Una, higher; No 3 fall $1 CJ: No
dofl 41. '
Corn dull, unsettled: Nov mlid S'Ua
ntleriil; il'Jc hid.
Uats dull; No -2 mixed Wj.
Whiskey steady at alo.
Pork quiet at 1C W)1C 03.
Dried salt meat firm: small Dtoked lott
shoulderi 8c, cletr tldtt 9o.
b.cori steady uncbaOKM' x'""
6Jo; cluar tides 10c. ,. . .
l.ara nrm at 7Jc; for summer sn
of retlned tell at BWftBJc.
nogs uncntngea ai iwviD1 w
MKVtPllla, July 20. Cotton nrm; gaol
ordinary 10c; low middling 180; receipts
J14, shipment 435, stock y,4y()
Corn raobl tlrm, $2 9S3 0&.
Corn, white C208c; yellow 63Ma,
Oats dull and drooping, 43c.
Hay, common $19(3)20.
Bran nominal. SW, , ... ,, , .
unjou urai; ihouldert lCc; UM i
Potk and lard dull and nominal.
Nvvr Orlkan. July1 taftJ Corn quiet;
yellow mixed &9C0c; white mixed 70
71c; wh'.tu "'2c.
Hrtn dull, 80(3 85c.
lltcon firmer, 10i.llllc; oth
.Sterling- 27; tight ' premium.
STEAMBOAT - BUTCHER
wit HUobi;iibi nllrflar.
eaijlpeoial ttUBtma paiil.la ordart from tatia
boau olatilor da
(1AIHO AND PAUU6AU
Tka tiiUtdld aUaaitr
Dick Fowlkk, Captain
l.eavos Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p.iu Por freight opassage apply on oott or
Jas. MaLLOHV, Ag't.
CAIJRO CITY COAL
In iriariil to mipptv oitsumat NltU tti
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO AT 1.
OltUKHS left at HtlUday Hros. otUco. e
01110 i.kvkk. or at the Coal Yard below tlx
SI. Charlea Hotel, will receive prompt tttea
Hon. The Tuu "Montauk" will bring ootl
Immatdu tn aujamom at any hour.r
ih WAI.rs.liM, Proprietor.
H AUD AM) SOFr LUMBER
LATH, HUINULKS, CKDAH POSTd
DOOHS, HASH, BLINDS
Ciiroi.lni'l oa alitirtMl noiloe,
Ciimmeri'inl avonue, hetween Tenth tad
WIN KM AMIS aJIsVOUM.
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JAIMU. I )!.
Aim, k oetsuaUr ea head a aseel es
Plate eteekt el
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-a 1 rV.-
Port, MadetKry and UtUvtaWUf
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' hniw a la afmucJi
larwe stocv. '
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