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" Trit' ' ontt-monopoliMs will ,hohl
thtir Utc convention on the tnth of
.Fun. The "Republicans ytjl bold
their on the Hcventccnth n( June.
1 ne JUeraocrata h" ' ui mum a
Yot7 mutt adirrli:e or yon mart dure
your places of btttine; if you do ad
vtrtize your heal paper Kill jwyir r ;
ttu community in whichthe loco! paper
pro'pert it ti "tYc" community. For
your take and ours, butinen men of
Cairo, udvrtic in The Dui.etin.
Conor ess will not adjourn before
tht middle of July, if thou. The San
born contract report. and the moiety
jwtter will occupy the attention of
-"-nenber till tho firtt of June, 'and aftwr
that the appropriation bills will come
up. The Mssion will be nn eight
months on, at least.
Dr. Whittle, of Liverpool, has the
SnfBitatioa !ef boiag' an authority on
questions of jurisprudence, fn writing
to the 'British Medical Journal' on
cremation ho ays : "ity cremation all
' "ehanees of the detection of crime by
potiuoTtni examinations and chem
ical analysis will be annihilated. Many
: of crime will be undetected, or
post-mortem examinations will have to
lie nude much more frequently than
they are at present in fact, almost
tvury eiaa and he adds, "The adyo'
cates of oiemation will have ta, meet
--Ibk'dificty 'beforo 'thjs rrpdio ol dis
posal of the dead can bp udoptcd even
CA Law ijecwijly published by the
I Uliiu, Assembly punishes a challenge
1 about ?100 ; meeting for the purpose
of dueling, by a lino of -1000 lire or
(680il, and five years' removal .from uny
office the offender may hold under the
government ; actual fighting, if with
out any" result, by imprisonment of
from, 4 to 12 months ; iuflictiug a
cwpnd, curable within H days, by an
Additional fine, of from 500 to 1000
lire : if the wound is likely to keep
the man from work for three years,
the punishment is to be .'1 yeum' im
prisonuent ; and if the duel icsult in
death, the punishment is to bo from f
to 8 yearsf imprisonment and a Hue of
tioOO lire. The Eecouds arc to be pun
Uhed the same aB tho principals and
the challenger is always to receive the
heaviest punishment. The two wisest
provisions of this unusually strict l.iw
are tho last, one of which provides
that the offense shall bo punished, no
matter whether tho duel is fought ou I
, Italian soil or abroad, and the other
that whoovcr shall insult a mau because
he has refused a challenge, shall be
punished by a fine of 1000 lire mid
from 4 to 12 months' iiaprisoniycnt.
, A rrw days ago, it came out in the
Oistricj investigation that (Jo v. Shcp
hirdV business partner had played a
dishonest and disreputable psrt in so-
.a ?riDg to certain parties a valuable
contract for laying pavement in Wash-
' ington city. Clov. Shepherd promptly
hroka off business relations with him.
The affair was considered unfortunuto
for .Got. Shepherd, but people were
disposed to acquit him of blame for
the transaction. The connection of hi
fcs rt -ft M
reported a few days ago in the of-
ec ot the assistant attorney for
the District, which now provei to
ttafaJiW" A deep laid conspir
acy to cast suspicion upon one of
the memorialistsis another unfortunate
oircnmstanpe for the hltherjto fortunate
MitiY. nnepneru. lln cliicf of polite
principal detective, police Uvryer and
brother were ajl mixed up with the af
fair and there'ls-nothing left for the
governor to do'but to promptly cut
loose frpm them all as he did from his
partner and even this will not remove
the black look -nhich the aflain of tl0
VriuchiTijmnuied, for !,,
cO'Jf New Orleans Ulepublican, in
s4imtig;tke approainiatc tUmuiies
a .. i i 15
w mijvtww iu &uuiaiaua, uas care-
folly prepared .a tablo which contain.
jttmeiBteraitiug figures. The whole
' area or UeaUto is 39,401 square miles
orlWif "2(r,W,,600, teres. Of these
4W4fai'arlMprovl. There has
ttu Mventeeu parishes more or less
iajured by the flood, comprising r87
'J HI nctvt, which jumlucct lo.Ni'l.'.o
of rice, l.'l'-V)7(l bales of coUoimiil
I S,.S 1 7 1iog.1ioil.i of sugar, in '.nldition
lo livo slocks iiinl oilier farm pro'lnrtrt.
Jistimatiti; tlic nrob.ililu iiom uf rice
siifjar nuJ collon of those jmriMiiM :w
below, tlic '15i'iulilic!in think (lit jro
portion uf damage tuny lie ajiproxiivat
ci at unc-fixlh of (lie prolialilc piotluct.
Thus on thcrrop of
(Vton. 1J.7 tv)cfc....
Met, ll,tl'.tV IU, ..
wauhl give about ?:.,00I,(I00 u the
nonprotluction of these taplc. .done,
to which inu-t bo added :i great Io.-a in
live stock, poultry, vegetables and
other articles of farm produce. The
Bcvcrity of this immense loss is temper
ed somewhat by tho fact that crops and
lauds damaged by high water- have
great powers of iceuperalion
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
Whitv. (Jtii STY. The Cairo Vies
bylcry will meet in Carmi 011 the 1-tli
The town rouiicil of Cariiii lia re
fused to reduce L-roeorv lironsos to
Tho (Jrayville 'Indepeuduiit' cays:
On last Sunday night, I'ev. Mr.
Whitaker was returning to the parson
age, in fompauy with hi sister and
Mr. Harvey, in crossing the bridge
over Owl Creek, on Court street, lu- be
came confused in the dark, made a
mis-step and fell off the bridge.dragtM!:
the two ladies with liiiu. Mr. VI hi ta
ker is badly injured in his bin, tho leg
from the hip down beinj; camplotuly
paralyzed. Tho ladios-erunuinjurod.
Tho wonder is iha. worse injuries
were sustaino, tiiu 1 an was some
ciirht or iuo feet.
At a recent tern of the Whito
county circuit court, eight invoice
eases wore tric.d.
The ypung tobaccu blunts of the
couuty, are, being dttstioyud, tuniisouie
cause not kuoun, und it it feared there
will uo't bo cuouuh for Irans-
LssAf Uor.NTV. Tlie Southern
Illinois turfassociation holds its annua'
meeting ou thu tilth, tiSth, and ti'.tth
iusls. G8Ti are oflered in premiums for
rumnng, trotting nud'paciug horses
'lames M. 'Iregg, Kscj., met
a mere accident at the lUversidt: Ho
tel in Shawueetown, Tuesday night
In ascending the stairs on going to bed,
a small pintol in his pocket by some
iiifints nun (Urn.lmigL-ii, tliu )al) j-ai.-iin
through hw thigh, ranging downward
and lodging just above tho knee, from
where it was removed by a surgeon.
loii.NHO.v County. Three mad dogs
have been killed in the strcc.ts of
Vicuna within tho last three wctk.
The 'Journal' says:
The Universalis! church will hold
their annual Valloy convention here,
beginning on the -'I'd of this mouth
and continuing over Sunday. The ter
ritory to be represented is quite exten
sive, extending over part of Kentucky,
Illinois and Missouri, and many of
their most eminent divines and leaders
will, no doubt, be present.
Three murder cases are to be tried
at tho present term of the Johnsm
county com t.
The different farmers.' clubs ol
the county are ubpuj tp effect n . omity
tioveruor Dougherty has bcoir lec
turing to the Vicuna people.
In "Hell's Neck,'' iu Johnson
county t lie muii aro industrious, the
women domestic, and singing schools
and prayer meetiiigs are tho itcrealions
of the community.
Pulaski County. Mound c'.ty is
making preparation1- for decoraliun
Ice will coit three wenls a pound
iu Mound City this suiAiuer.
Says the M'atriwt;
Tho city council, has oidcred that
the eity cisterns be filled, and men
are now at work dipping up the sipe
water for thai purpose. It will take a
long while, however, for them to empty
our cellar by the dipper lull.
- -I'lHn is troubhd with l.urglai.
A VIVID SKHTUH OF Til K CITY
FHOM Vlf'TOI Hl'tJO'S IAST
NOVUhPAltlS IN 17tKi.
Very few ol the largest nIioih wero
open, l'eripatetio haberdashery and
toy-BUops were dragged about by wo-
liiun, ugiiieu ny eanuies.wliicli ilroppud
their tallow on the mercham. -n.
air shop! were kept by ex nuns iu
nionuo wigs. Ttie nmmlcr, darniug
stockings iu astall,was a countess; that
dress maker a Miarehiouess. Madam
ue Moultlcrs Inhabited u garret, from
which she could look out at her own
hotel. Jlawkors ran about on'orim- thn
"papers of uchs." Persons who worn
cravats that hid their chins were called
tltl., P i ii
MToiuious." Hticct singers
swarmed. Tlu i.r,,--i iw.,.i..,i i;,,,..
ne royalmt Bong writer, and ii valiaut
u iu U1U bargain. They danced the
carmagnole , iu gret circles.
They uo ou,er Hail
fleman and lady but citizens and
fitizciies-. Tbuy danced in the mind 1
cloisters which the church lamps light-
td on tho altars, with cross-fdiapcd
chandelieii hanging horn tho vaulted
roofs und tombs beiieath their feet.
Uluc "blue tyrant's waisl-coaLs' were
worn. Those were liberty cap chills
pins, made of while, blun and rod
stones. The Jlnc do llichclieu was
called tho sticcl law: tho Faubourg of
Glory ; a statue of Nature stood in the
Place do la Itahtilc. At tho Invalidos
the statues of tho saints and kings were
crowned with Phrygian raps. They
played cards on tho curb stones at thu
crossings. The packs of cards were
also in full tido of revolution ; the
kings were replaced by genii, tho ticeus
uj luu xuiuiusji ui iiueriy, me Knaves
by figures representing eijuily, and tlic
noes by impersonations ot law. They
tilled tho (public gardens ; tho plow
worked tit the Tuilleries . With all
theso excesses was mingled, especially
among the conquered parties, an
indescribable haughty weariness
of life. A man "wrote to 1'oit
quiur Tinville, 'JIavo the goodnojs to
tiee mo from existence. This is my
address" Newspapers appeared in lo
gioiH. The hair diessers men curled
tho wins ot women In public, while
tho .Master read tho Moniteur atmnl.
I'cnplo went to have their fortu ucs told
by Martin, n( So. I7'.l in the uo
rt-'Anjou. Tliorc was a hm; f bread,
of coals, of soap. Flouts of milch
cows might bo seeu coining in from the
eouutry. At. tie Vallco lamb sold at
fifteen IVaiip.'i per pound. An order of
the Comviune assigned a pound of
meat lies bead every ten davs. lVnnln
stood in rank, at tho diors of lbo
butciorh' shops. One of these files
hrJ remained lUiuous . it reached from
a grocer's shop in tho Jlno des IVlit
Cancau to the middle of the line Mon-
torgueh. 1 0 form a lino was called
"holding tho cord,' from a long iope
which wns hold in the hand of those
standing in the row. Amid this
wretchedness, the women were bravo
and mild. Thet parsed entire nights
awaiting their ",uru to get into the
bakers shops. Wood cost four bun
died lYanc- in toil) ber cord: Denote
could he seen in tho streets sawinic un
uieir ncustcaiis. in tlic winter the
fouutains were frozen ; two pails of
water cost twenty sous : every man
made himself a water carrier. A
golden louis was worth .'MUM) (paper)
francs. A eounc in a hackney coach
cost (WO francs. After a day's Use of
a carriage, thi sort of a dialogue
might be heard: "Coachman, how
much do 1 one you ?" ".Six thousand
francs." A green grocery woman sold
20,000 francV worth of vegetables a
day. A begcrar said : "Ilelti 111c, in
.1. 1. . . .
flu. .in. . I ..1 ... I t. . I i.nn
i.uiu vi uiiarny 1 11 iook ;su
francs to finish navitit? for mv slin,."
1 rri rt " j
11 Here was no flattering among- this
I people. 1 Hero was the sonibro joy of
iiiiwng inauu an con 01 tiironcs. Vol
tintecrs abounded; each street fum
ished a battalion.
A NHW VHK Knit a V.UIlt; I.Alt
J ho Itostou 'Herald' vouches for
tho truth of tho following sensational
event as having taken place at the res
idence of a Hoston gentleman a short
time since :
"The master of thu house, who is a
widower with several children, had
gone out of tho city on business,
leaving in the house a lady house
keeper, a femalo domestic, and his
'children. Dunne; tho uichtouu of the
children was suddenly taken ill, and
tho housekeeper, reinciuberinL' a ore-
soriptiou which had been nrooarcd liv
tho lamily physician iu case of the
child's illncs, rang a bell to euiunion
tlie domestic beloro niontionod. The
girl, on coming up to the lauding ou
niutii iiiu n ouur opened, con
fronted her astonished mistress with, a
pale und terrified eouhtcuunoo. Tn
broken accents she announced that a
burglar was hidden iu a close in tho
basement. Sot tho least bit frihtenml.
the housekeeper, with a coolness which
infused some eourngo into the girl,
commanded tho latter to follow- her,
and the two women descended, to tho
basement. They lighted the gas, and
then opened the door of the elosot in
which w:ih supposed to bo eoncoaled
that bugbear ot tho feminine mind, 'a
man iu the houie.' Hut nothing ani
mate could ie sen. The ladv- then
said: 'If t!iore is any one iu tliii
closet lot him conio out.'
l'o. the lvorror of the two dcfonoolcss
women a huge negro, with an ovil, sin
ister face, emerged from behind' a pro
jection and walked out. Tho hoiwe-
keopur; with a readiness of wit and a
suny froid hoyond that of, oua man in
ten thousand, bethought herself of tho
prescription, which alto still hold in her
hand. 'Tako this,' she said to the amazed
negro, "to the nearest apothecary and
get it tilled I hero is a child siok in
too house. '1 lie astounded negro tooV:
the paper lrom the lady's hand, :nnl
withoutj-ayiiig a word luft tho Louse by
a door which was opened fur him.
When tho echo u bis
footstep. on tho pavement
grew faint in the distance, the woman,
who began to experience a miction of
fright, summoned a gentleman living
in the next hoiiso, and with his aid
made doubly seeuio all the doors and
windows. Tho sick child was then
thought ot again, and tho gentleman
wa about to leave lor thn ap'otUwnry's
when the door-bell rant: and a. iiiL'ht
olork appeared with the desirable med
icine, staling that a negrahad brought
the prescription to (he store a few min
In tho most sensational tale such an
incident as this hero narrated would
throw discredit on thu whole story, but
'tis always trrfc that truth is stranirer
than fiction. Tho only reasom for
omitting the name of th0 heroine of
this little drama is her pardonable mod
csty." I knew a man who walked tlmm,.!.
life minus one car, and now and then,
wiiuii in u i-iniiiuuiiuai mood, tie would
groan; -"L lost my other ear in u pis
tol light thirty years ago. 1 bd quar
relied with u man about the Pritchard
indemnity case, then the leading topic
of the hour. Hut who remembers the
1'ritchntd iidemiiily now, mid
good has tho.loss of my ear doiio
I'rilrlmtd iidemiiily now, ntid what
good has tho loss of my ear doiio nwl
This man miilillmvohnnlcd in couples
with a lloiiiau noble, of whom liene
diet XIV tolls'us, und who leeched n
death wound i)ler n literary dispute in
which ho had championed Ariosto
against Tassu! "It is hard lo din for
Atiosto," ho Inoaiitd, in his parting
breath, "lor I ievcrrcad a lino of bis. '
W'v. hue it ytiuiii printinijvj(l'uvt tnn
plitc in oil itt'dipartmintt, ond tee do
oil kindx of pnnlihij clmiicr '"' '
eon In: done uvwhrru ilte, IIV there-
ore ink the pitrOHije of tin piuple nf
Cm'ro. We eonuot maintain niir.7fs
if Cairo liusiiiim )iui, nrilietin; Cairn,
it'itnnliiiin', patrmiix fnni'jn ciliit.
Yni: mint advertise or yt mutt clnte
your place of Iiiihiuv ; ifyi adrrrli'.e
your local pujirr mil pnuper : the. torn
vuntili in irn'M tin: loeal jmpirjuw-
pen is (t ' fife community. i r ,'
ici take ami our, Imunct mrn nf
Cairn, adrcrti$e in TltK lln.l.KTIN.
V V. are uow Jirilltiili) hill head Oil
fnitrtein pniiiid papir at the low price nf
?.l L'.l IT IhOi'diml. Ho llir liimiiirn
Jin 11 of' Cairo vant hill hnuh at lover
price.' If iwl.thry thmdd fin tlnie
ordi.m to Till: IJt M.KTI.V and nut In
fit. Lnuii ami Chicoyo.
I tako plousurn iu citHing
tlio nttontinu (if the public to
my tosh ami full stock ot
now and elegant "Furniture, at
my J'irniturw ami ratrass
I'aotnry, corner Seventeenth
Street stud Washington Ave
nue. Mv stock embraces
nedstead, Wad robes, u-
i i t r i
rcaus, buieooiiras, asn-
stands, Tables, Chairs, JJug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, propose otVering lie-tter
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large nyixtiu:!
in the pri;2? ol rtl my goods.
Oll t.rl oX.'lllliuo nr wtook
And secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade .1 otter special induce
ments. TsTote the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills,
Wholasalo and ltetail Dealer iu 1'ur
nituro and latrasscs.
C. N. HUGHES.
.General Insurance Agent
Ohio l.evce, over .Mathus Phi's.
ttSeJfom- hut firtl-ihif Cnmpanic
Siifl'ord, Morris & (Juiiricc,
l Ohio Lowe, City National Hank
Ihiihliin.', C'Ailto, Ii.l.s
"I'lie fiiU-t i il.ihlMieil Aecilcy in Siuthern
Hl'iimi, ii'pre-eiilln iiir
Of IU) Ift liKiir.'iui'n Capilal m the I'. s
Boot & Shoe
lietwoee I'fiiili null Klevenlli .ilit el-,
PA UK), IhlilNOIS.
I- iroi.ireii iu tin iiriiers wlilmni tuln .
lie luiri a tine Hi k of iliipni t-it leather till
)mml,jut n-colii-,1 frmu Nuwivorl., ami ha
pill ilnwu tlic pfica'd to I mi lowcrl imli Ii,
M -Jin '
lie wren Slvth ami Hcrpiith Street, Cairo
T. II. l.M.IS. I'roinielor.
Th Now AtniiKion iiou ii, nciw open
r tliu reception of Kiiuut". Thu limnui U
catuil iii thu In-art ol tho IhikIiil-m portion
1 Hie city, ami eoiivriilont tn 1111)11111110.1,
UnUliiiiM unit rnllronil dupou. (loml hinnple
room lor I'oiiiiiieri'iul UKi'nt Watch Kept
' umt nlRlit lor lioatu uin li .ilii.
mm in nil! m
?CIir.Miiias, J'alciit Aicdirinos,
Toiiett Articles, Druggist's
Lead and Other tirade, J'aints, Color, Oils. Varnishes,
Window Class, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dve
.Stull's, Etc., Etc., Ftc.
AVi' Solleit enrrc-poiiclciioe hihI nr.ler- troin Iiruu'lt. I'livMclsnt sml (ienfml Jtora.'
In n.'iiit nf OnniN In our Line. Sic iinliiiit. I'l iiiI-iLIum itinl Kainilr Mollclna riwi lini.-
jMied or Itflllleil Willi licllililc Drtlk'S :il llca
WIIOLKSALE & HKTA1L,
I Ohio heico.
SO Ohio Levee
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
'I he Plaillci II"". . i. ,ii -ilc 1 on Ohm l.erve Slv ( in
OLOSFl I'UOXIMITY TO II A 1 IJtoAl) 'I )K
POTS AXD STHA.MBOT l,AM)I'NTG8
And in tho Center nf the IIuuicks
:iiiil coniiilcte in all it-i atitxiint om iiIh.
beini; elegantly furnished anil carpeted,
men t and the be-t of aceoinuioilali'in--.
Transient d'liests $2 per J ;y.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
i l.at'' IV'ijirii i'-r nl i in
Has become Miw
SIXTH STREFr AKl) OHIO liFVEE.
-Mr. Walker having taken charge of this obi otnl noil. known howe, will at
onco ivo it a thoronjili renovaliiiff, and nut it in tin' (-class order lor tho reeeji
lion (ue.ils. Tllr. Walker will weleoine his old euMoinerti to the new hou p. ;iml
will always bo j;lad to '-co them.
jirsi-cltiss Day Uourd $20 por iMonlli.
HAEEY WALEEE, Suufc.
Jiticettsort to Jtcu J1 Uoiittije.
Will mail samples of new and desirable goods whenever re
quested, and send the articles selected, subject lo inspection
ond approval before payment, and free of all charges except
cost of carriage.
The convenience of this arrangement will commend itself
to the attention of distant customers, and- secure to them
the great advantages in price, style and selection always offer
ing in our exteiisivc and magnificent stocl; of late foreign
novelties in Rich Silks, Fancy Dress Goods, Suits, Costumes,
Shawls, New Suit Materials, Mourning Goods, choice selec
tions in "Lace Goods, Ribbons and Fancy 'Articles, with
superior qualities of Linen and Housekeeping Goods,
Cloths, Fancy Hosiery and Underwear. "Special JSaigains"
constantly offering at extremely low prices '
Nos. 106, 108, UO STATE,
BO Ai ( WASHINGTON HTltKKT. CHH'AUO
-h. r .-sbKB&ZS.iWrV
l'rri'iitncrv, Sn;i..-, Unifies,
1'ancv (lends, Collier White
- Oliaple Kates.
IKTAIL & lMtWCUlrflON.
Wnshliigloii e, cm. i:i(clltll St,
Portiun ol the Cily. 'fln Homo i x.ew
The ronton, are hre and airy, hi-dde.-
inie-ln will rci'eive eourteoiiii treat-
Hay I hoarders $20 ier '.Month
and Boats Day and 2Jight.
-I. Ni. lmla II. 1. 1
- i ml. m
H ti ii U Li
11 II 1 1
BMHSaiari tire KWfliiQjtiil
ii A rtk" -
Buy the World-Renownpd
n n v nTttiTirr u n
The Highest Premium
vas awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair,
Amcr. Institute, N.V :
Cincinnati Exposition ,
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Scving Machines
and doinp; the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
E-t" for l!rn:minj. fell
';, Stitching, Carding,
Binding, Ihwding, f u
cring, QuHtir.ff, & Sfit
fine or hcrwij Gocd -. . '
Vhcrc v. c l'ava no out
vc will deliver a ITachliu
the price named above, at th
nearest Rail Road StaUo'
ITccdlcs for ail Bow.: ;
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exch
Send for Circulars, Pi ice
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, otr of the
best Periodicals of the da,
devoted to Sowing Machines.
Fashions, General News anil
Wilson Sewiiii MacMiie Co.,
The most Henoxnnl Fpreiaii i v tli- 1. i
treatment tfPJUVAii;, VltliOXW v t
XAUY 1)11 U.UUti,Hi;UlX,lI. W'K IA
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Muoi.sxrf,K, rnirkua (: 'fin: wit, a'iiih.
fwiciny, Wi-Al-iD ni(,ur. l.os.1 OV in m n. .
ma:;ih)OI) ri:i:-i:rrTi.v micii. Tim u; i
mine mi. i.nnrmr:;iMiiiutrt..ti:ii a .,!,,.. .,,
l.jUli.tni: Lurny Birry..hf nol, vtir. Tlhi' litij. i .im
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(y..-- ,;i.ril (1'iurivuliel. ItubU ruuli ..u li.lul.
VNE MUjUimiY GOOD
rar.sii siu:i.'.; uiiotipf
M KB. M . JAOKS t) X ,
(Kormcrly Mrs. Swuulorn,)
wmmmooH tn.-it flio Imi ust; ojicnoil u l.uv
RBirlinnTit ol tlio
Millinery Uooils to lio toumi m tho niarkrt
Him will licoji ou liaml
Hath, Uonnhth, J'lowkuh, Hiiiiiom,
t)KKSH TRIMMINdS OK ALL KlNIIH,
LiAniKH KuitNimtiNa Uoods, Hotionh,
UOLLAllfl, UNDKltSI.KKVKB, llUKKS, .
Anil ull kooiU louml In intlllnvry blows, nil
ol wtiluh will bu tlUjioboit ot Rt tho lowrbt
cahh jirlcou. SUh, .liiclmon respectfully
(isliHti contimmtlon of tlio paton:iiu whlun
Iiiih been do lllivinlly licstnoweil npiHi lior by
ilm l.iila-s of C iltD ami tliu vicinity.
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