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TRAGEDY IN NEW MEDFORdJMASS.
A Tomiic .Man Who "Ipd MotWliioly but
. . . ..II LiI.aI Iliiml.Kv U I u namMAHII
Tho 1'nlr nul 'Frail Jlnrilrren their,
CoiiimiIIs Milcldc Ity Nlioouag Jirrnci.
Corrtfpondcncc of Nt'Y Herald.
IiJv IJiiPKonu, March 23, 1S70.
A terrible tragedy, followed by n suicide,
WUH connriltted nt tbe boarding house of
MH. Cornelius Web-ter, curly lnstevcning,
Tlio victim wasTlieodoro L, J'orker, of the
tlrm of 0. C. & T. L. l'arker.n young man
nged but twenty-fhrt'o-yiur; nud the deed
waH committed by Mrx. Lizzie W. Chnp
jniui, n daughter, of Wlllliun Dnfl'y, nged
iibout forty yearn. The tirtleH hud been
Intlnihte iqr Bpmo montliH pnft, laid hud
been frequently together unon tho streets,
nn although there Is no direct testimony
in regard tq any Improper intimacy be
itweeii tlicirii yet It Is reaHOiiablc'under thc
existing circumstances to Hunpooe uch t6
hnve been the cafce. Mr. Purker Avas a reg
ular boarder 'of the hou-e, having lived
there for the past eighteen mouth-, and
Mry. Chapman was In the habit of taking
her .meals there, but lived at No. 58 South
Second street. At six o'clock yesterday
afternoon the couple were together on tho
street; and Mrs, Cnapman vaH afterwards
seen to enter her residence, probably to
procure the weapon with which hIio com
mitted tho deed. The boarders of the house,
nmbngvhom were Parker and Mrs. Chap
man, sat down to supper nt tho usual time,
nnd about half-past otx tho two arose from
the table, passed through the sitting room
nnd into the front entry of the house. Al
most immediately tnreo distinct reports oi
stoi were nenra, mm tiie lanuiauy rtisn-
tno entry Justus ramer staggered
kiTil foil. Mrs. Chiinmnn was then stand
ing near Parker with a Colt's revolver in
her hand.Btill smoking from a recent dis-.
charge. The pistol was taken from the
woman by a male boarder, mid she then
telea, into tne sitting room, anu wun tue
t ",i am snot," leu upon a jouuge. ,rar
rtvns carried into an adjoining l)edroom,
Almost instantly expireu, wunout ui-
a. wpru. r, js. u. joimson was
juid, Upon examining Mrs. Chap-
jnu that a plotal ball had passed
erjiutiomen, uiooaii going com-
jjign ner noaxr, tne wounu ueing
i? iror'ntvn iinnii- isiin
ns possible, but
;a succession of
lathi Mrs. Chapman's
TtrohouTttxd to be of a serious
liedicnl assistance was prompt-
What passed in tne entry
tg is known only to the
ry reticent on tne
tie o'clock in the
ras seized with
kd to Dr. John-
" she hud ta-
Rnixture of ar-
Ihetles were ad-
Sirht. although she
fcrc was thought to
Ivery. tone ungereu,
lis inorning, when
to whether un uni
jilwnys mm tq t.
jiHMicneiit ot tiie
Fin "tliank you."
fcui to be about a
li a sennon in uni-
V K ...... .
less in tiiese uays n
rone. He takes his
comnlacentl v t-lts down
Cats and i?runtH his satis-
t ills till.
re jiever.yet heanl but that the
:a fat. en ovs nie just as wen
k.. - r ... 'i . i -
as1 long as uic nuiuniiug-
Ire'n?)t bursi When we are
Feoine'to Him, we often grri-
Idl 'lie ready to-niorrow, or
I will come py sucn orsucn
Jilnir' we know: va llnd our
l-lots, looting n snoeiebs
ll over shnrji-stoned. thorny
Ikr nil, not so much on tho
Uielliuu gelling mere.
CTil around us whostifik to
fis flrmlv us tho color-
ui.-in tronscrJ irot'fastcnwl
L... n it n llttln nil till e
iv.iw tiiiri'neo of his barrel of
po cut out mid riiado upr after
lumuiKin lMiuern. i nvy "
lt.,i,. ivoril about uiw nunseiiM?.
Uorld turning over yvery
BSf. It would nave f'"3
L &of their niJlI-ixnuWyeaigrt
ItfWn liny truthUii If. - - ,,. , .
i n wiu-at and rye in me -
Int. and I tliinkt TOWtire nut
llii-uiind women,' " .
In..:!!, .iwf'.w.iif xffVifcJi of devel
Itiilu'lmsttnlng Airwiinl t tc
It HViiw. if lilltll Will Ollivi-oir
..... l. ..y.A
.i.. uvuvor for 1110 HUi UL'in
The Iron Trdo In Europe. -
:io irouliusihees apjiearHtlo i)0 cxeeed
lv Actlvo in.Knirlnud. ahd in the nrincl-
pariron'regions oi mo comiaeiiuc-auvjlus
from Prussia' state that 'the. bloeffurnaecs,
although running to their full capacity, eun
scarcely supply the demand for pig iron.
There Is scarcely n ton of pig on hnnd that
is not sold or bespoke ; considerable mian
tlties are being imported from England nnd
Height m. The market for Iron bars con-a
dimes in n very anlmftted state, nnd the
rolling mills are scarcely able to produce
the quantities of-Iron ordered from them.
Manufacturers stipulate for extended pe
riods in connection with new deliveries.
The market for mils mailitnins n favorable
appearance. Lnrgo orders have been placed
duriDg the past few weeks. Tho produc
tion of steel Is increasing rapidly In. Prus
sia; many works that have heretofore pro
duced iron rails only, nro now preparing to
make cast-steel rails, which artf at jiresent
more 111 demand than Iron ones,
Limit of tho Human Voice.
A learned Professor, who appears to have
had nothing better tb do, has been making
calculations of tho distance to which the
human voice would reach if it were as
powerful in proportion to the size of the
nnlmal.as is tho case with tho grasshopper.
The grasshopper makes himself heafu one
sixteenth of n mile. An ordinary' mnn
weighs us much as 20,000 of thesa insects;
and if his voice were proportionally pow
erful could bo heard for the distance of a
thousand miles. Such au arrangement
would enable us to, dispense with the tele
graph and, facilitate the abolition of the
franking privilege, us the honorable mem
ber from Smithtown could address his con
stituents directly from his neat in Congress ;
it might have.lfe disadvantages,;, for ex
nmple, if, one were to necldently sneeze,
the roof of tho house might be landed in
tho jiclghbor's lot, and the walls of the
house be generally dislocated. Upon the
whole, as "silence is golden," nnd the tel
egraph answers every purpose, we are sat
isfied with tho present limit of the voice,
nnd propose to leave the grasshopper in
possession of the field.
A Novel Stcain Engine.
A Washington paper htates that a steam
engine, operating on n novel principle, has
been fcuecewfully at work In that city for
over two years. It is operated upon the
nrincl nlo of reaction and direct action, both
at the same time. Tho reaction-wheel is
simply a hollow shaft, having two or more
hollow arms ; steam issuing from opposite,
sides of thesiuirnis,-eilu'seK tlielu to 'revolve
reo or reaction orunuaianeeu pressure.
st outside tho hollow arms-Is a wheel.
vliitt buckets on tho Inside of its rlin.
lis wheel is hunir unon u shaft In line
vitn uif noi mv Minn, i no Mcam. uuur
exerting its full power of reaction upon the
hollow arms, strikes the buckets and forces
the outer wheel in the .opposite direction.
The power of both wheels is used in driving
machinery by means of one cross-belt.
These engines have been tested by long
and hardusage, and have proven theiu-
elves equal to the best piston-engines in
economy of fuel. The great points gained
ny tins engine are (lummeneu cosi, sim
plicity, less liability to get out of order,-
can be set up witnout uu expensive muti
lation, and operated without a skilled en
gineer. A ten -horse power weighs but
three Hundred pounds, aim costs, complete
(.without boilerj, $400;, These engines, it Is
said, have been examined, and tested by a
kirge number of government and other en
gineers, who have ulinost without excep
tion, pronounced tnem superior to any in
use for stationary purposes.
Ilaiso SheepEat Mutton.
Good mutton, well fatted and neatly
butchered, is the most wholesome, nutri
tious and cheapest of meats. It grows
quickly, and costs little to produce, com
pared with beef and pork. Every farmer
shbuld have a few long-wooled Cosset
sheep, at least Cotswold or Leicesters.,
Tlicy arc little trouute, anu wiuKcepiuipu
the orts of the cattle. They usually bring
twin lambs, which will sell to the butchers
fofc from $8 to $10 by the first of July,
Their fleece averages from eight to fourteen
pounds, with from sixteen to twenty-five
ner eent. shrink only. Their wool Is now.
,und will be, in tlw future, worth thirty per
cent, more tnan merino, wiueii snriiiKB
forty-iiVe to sixty per cent., according to
the family and treatmont of the flock.
Long wool makes strong, excellent and
durable stocking yarn, thougn it. is mostly
used to make the brilliant, light and lus
trous Orleans goous, lor tne npparei oi our
nrettv 'women. " Two such sheen will yield
as much nroflt as a common cow, and five
or tnem can ue Kent as cneap as a cow in
milk. Their lambs and mutton' Would
koen ii farmer sunnlied with the. best of
fresh meat of one kind as often as is neces
sary., the year round, and would make an
uirreeauie episouo to tue eicmai rouuu oi
salt junk and pork, and be far more healthy
tnan eiincr. 'rnose who eat principally
salted meate show it in their complexion,
their akin belli ir less fair and smooth, l'ork.
at best eaten constantly, produces irritation
and eruptions or tne bkiii.
WoiuaxasiEN And Dhink. Mr. Sam-
unlson. member of Parliument forJottliiK'
ham. nnd owner of several manufactories
in JSnginnd nnu tsaxony, nusiaieiy pmiusii
ed a little book concerning the condition
of worklinrincn in aermany and Swltzer
land, ue cues tne temperance oi mo ucr-
" .j a il r
mans us nn examplo to lis countrymen.
He says tliat iirunKcnness is tne greatest
tiitvo uirfm tho material nnd intellectual
progress of the English workman ; and, as
un eneelive means agaiusi-miH imue, viy.v
vlstbt Hint IiiHlL-nd of tiie formation of tent
rleraiK-e unions, or of totally cjoslng beer
ImiiHf. flfrmim beer should be introduced
in place of the heavy adulterated English
beer. Th6 use of German beer In England
is pontinuiiiiy on tne increase, ami n may
now be had in tho better eating-houses and
clubs In Lond(n and the hirger cities
'PhVTunnmutloii "which Secretary Kol-
j&si)ii ls give'1 the President wll save us
I'' ..'.it jikif It Killntlnli y ItllA it 4tr
n..iST3im. .wlille the Now of tho Unl
kSjih wmI SW"Meim'ii. It will thus be
fcceii. tlwt emen and guns uro us
miuh ,wiuVtlM;- iitproportlon to our NAvy
iw.thVare, in to
astiecU Sftth'o Cuban (luewtjon. The Bee
&y !A tliat'KpuliOuvs H!) vessels, with
mid is.uou seamen, in me various
WEEKLY .CHRONICLE; WEDNESDAY
-Tlio Josk1ilHF Papers.
The ahi Iz a nwiny footled Insckt.' ,
They:llvc"a4ioVonth6uKand "five hun-
dred.and fifty of thcin (more or less). In tho
sameliole In the ground, nnd hold their
property in Common.
They hav hb Holydnys, no eight-hour
sistcm, jior tieyer strlko for enny higher
.luiey.nro cheerful llttlo tollers, and hev
ho malice, i0r buck door to their heurts.
Their lz no sedentary loafers ninuiig
them, and yu nover see one out'ov u job.
They git up nrlyi go tew bed lute,, work
nil tho time, and ent on the run.
Yu never see two tints urguelng suhi
phoollsh nuostlon thut neither ov them
didn't understand; they don't karc wheth
er tho inoon lz inhabited, or not J nor
whether n fish weighing two pounds, put
Into u pail ov water, ullrcddy phull, will
make the pull slop over, or weigh more.
They nln't n-huntlng nfter the philoso
pher's stone, nor glttliig crazy over the
cauzo of the sudden earthquakes. ,
Tlinv don't, onrn wln'thnr Hilnlter lz 30 or
31 millions ov miles up in the air, nor
whether tho arth bobs around on its axes
or not, so long nz it don't bob over their
konl crib and spill,thelr barley.
Tiiey nro Bimpie, ntue, uizzy aunts, iuu
faith, working hard, living prudently,
committing no slu,prazcing Uoti by mind
ing their own blzzncss, and dielng when
their times tomes, tew make room' for tho
next crop ov aunts.
They are a reproach to tho lazy, an en
couragement tew the industrious, a rebuke
tew the viscious, nnd a studdy to the Chris
If yu want tew take a lesson in arkltek-
ture, go and set down hi tho side oy their
hole in the ground, und wonder how so
irienny kin llv so thick.
If yure pashunce needs consolashun,
wateh the ants, and be strengthened.
If man had (added tow hiz capacity) the
pashunce and grit ov thezo littlo atoms ov
animated natur, every mountin on tho buz
zum ov the arth would, before this, hav
bin levelled, and every Inch ov surface
would scream with fruitfulness, nnd count
less lots ov human critters would hav bin
added to tho inhabitants ov the universe,
nnd bin fed on corn nnd other sass.
I hav sot by the hour nnd a half down
near an nuntriiiii, nnd marvelled ; nnv
wondered ut their instinktu, nnd hav
thought how. big must be tho Jackass who
waz satisfied to beleave that even "an ant,
the least ov the bugseould haV bin created,
made blzzy. and sot to work by chance.
yn, now vuo pity tno individual who De
leaves that all things here are the work ov
an aeksikent ! He robs himself ov all plez-
ziire on, earth, and nil right in Heaven.
I had rather be an nut (even a humbly,
bandy-legged, profane swearing ant.) than
to look upon the things ov this world nz i
ouiu upon tne tnrow ov tno nice.
Ants are older than Adam.
Man (for vcr.u wlzc reasons) want bllt un
til all other things were finished, and pro-;
If man had bin mado fust he would hav
insisted upon bossing the rest ov the job.
He probably would hav objekted to.hav
Intr enny little, blzzy aunts at all, nnd vari
ous other objekshuns would hnv bin ofler-
i, equally green.
I am clad tlint mnn waz the last thing
If man hadn't hav bin made at nil, you
never would hav heard me find enny fault
I haven't much faith In man, not be-
kauze ho kant do well, but bekauzo lie
Ants nav bye laws, and a const itusnun.
tnd they mean sumthing.
Their laws aint.llkc our lawtf, mado with
l.nl.. 1.. tlmt v.n,i Ir.i. ulnnl
ll UMiv i num. nu limb u aiiuu nuu oiun
lioss and ride thru them on a .walk.
They don't hav enny whisky ring, that
vlrtewous. simply bekauzc It hooks bl
the mlllyun, nnd then legalizes its own
They don't hnv enny legislators that, yu
kan buy, nor enny Judges, laying around
on the haft" shell, ready tew le swallcred.
I rather like the aunts, and think now I
shall sell out mi money and real estate, und
I had rather line them than the bulls or
the bears, i like their morals lietter.
xne nuns ami tno Dears nnnuio more
money, It lz true, nnu make a great deal
more nolze In Wall street, one ov them
sticking his horn into a flabby piece of
June ana tossing it up into tne air, anu tne
other ketchihg it when it cuins downt and
traiiiDiiiicr it unuer inz naws.
This, may be phun for, the bulb and the
oears, nut it lz wuss tnan tne cnoiera mor
bus for noor Erie.
Ants never uisturu June ; yu couiun-tseii
one env Erie, ennv more than you. could
sell one skrip on the cod-fish baiiks ov Nu-
Ants are a honest, hard-tugging little
heonlo. but whether thev marrv. and cive
in marriage, iz beyond my strength j but if
tiiey uon't tney are no wuzz opu man tuey
aro out west (near the city of Chicago),
where thev marrv to-dav and annly foe an
Injunkshun to-morrow; and are reddy the
next day to juc it out agin on sura otuer
Wedlok out west (near the urate grain
mart Chicago) lz one ov them kind bv locks
that almost enny body can picK.
How to Kill a Town.
Some one makes tho following excellent
suggestion. If you want to kill a town
put up no more nuimings tnan you uro
obliged to occupy yourself. If you should
have an empty building, and any one
Wished to rent It, ask uboutthreo times its
value, JjOok at every now comer wun a
scowl. Turn a cold shoulder to every bus
incxs man and mechaniu who seek a Home
among you. Go abroad lor your wares
rather tiiun pureiiase rrom your own mer
chants und manufacturers nt tlio same
prices. Refuse to advertise, so thatpersons
at a instance will not know tliat any uusi
iiHi lu lu'liuf ilniin in voureitv. A iironil)
and close observance of these rules will
ruin nny town in two years.
The Whousomk-Pjiokkktv ok Avi'I.es
There is nerhuns no fruit more whole
some und moro useful than tho nnnle. Ev
ery housekeeper should lay in a good sup-
l)iy. OI apples, ll is mo jiiohi, cmmuiim-Jii ju
vrtttmcnt in tho whole nil lire of culluurles
A rawmellow upplo is digested in un hour
und n hairJ' A moro neuitny ocssert can
not 1k nloced on the table than baked an
oh, if eaten at breakfustt, with coarse
bread oiid bdtter, thoy have a good effect
.on, tne general system
Tlio" .FlrstUHierican Flag Mad and URfurled.
Ml'.JAViUlnm,iJ. fjnnby rend Vforcilho
PennsylvjuliaiHlstorlenl fiooiety,Jnt its,last
meeting, a pnjier on the American Flag rind
who'flrst mado It, in which ho sthtes-that
after niuch patient research he has discov
ered that the first times the stars and
stripes were unfurled were at tho siege of
Fort Schuyler, Aiigu 17th, 1777, and about
n, year beforo when tho brltj Nancy, having
been sentto the West Indies for stores,-nnd
while there her commander receiving the
news in July, 1770, of the Declaration of
Independence, a .young man, Captain
Thomas Mandevllle, made one, artd It wns
hoisted nt Porto Hic6 on the Nancy. So
miich for the first tmfurllng'of tho old flag.
The first American flag, as designed mid
approved by Congress, wns made by Mrs".
Elizabeth lloss, tlircb of whose daughters
are now living in Philadelphia, and certify
to their mother having told , them this.
Mrs. Margaret Hoggs, nged ninety-five, of
Germaittown, Penn., a niece of Mrs. Ross,
attests die truth of this statement, also.
The house in which It was mado still
stands (No. 2i)9 Arch St., old No. 89.) It is
sald'that when Washington and Col. Geo.
Ross visited Mrs. Ross and requested her
to make the flag, tho design of which Con
gress had decided upon, sue Suggested that
the stars Bhould be live pointed instead of
six pointed, which suggestion was adopted
by Congress, and Mrs. Ross subsequently
made all of tho Government flags, with
other assistance. She was afterwards tho
AVifo of Claypole, a descendant of Crom
well. Whetstones. When first putting a
now whetstone into use, try water upon
it, and if this keepri the surface from being
glazed or burnished, oil will not be need
ed. Some stones work better with wnter
than oil. A dry stone is very npt to give
a wire edge. It has been ealu that a litde
carbolic ncld ndded to wnter will increase
tlio frlcUon on cither a whetstone or n
JOHN L. MURPHY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
S, Commissioner ami Notary Public.
JUDGE TEMPLE'S Old Office nn (JAY STREET,
net. .Main one! inn street;,
J3-Pnrticular attention paid to Collecting,
npril fl tf
TO S1IBEP RAISERS.
MERINO 1 SHEEP.
I have for snlo
Thoroughbred Merino Sheep.
asVThe stock is warranted Pure. Address
JOS. A. JIABRY,
arrllCtf , Knoxvillc, Tcnn.
STEAM SASH & BLIND
TARWATBR & AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Dealers in Lumber, &c, &c, &c.
.' . f -
CJAVINO FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS
. 'r , f
in North Knoxvllle, we are prepared to jiuike to order
; ',', -V. ..AND
We alo .'DRESS LUMBER, WORK FLOORING
ond different kinds of ,
In the btt ttyle and at prices ta'iuit the timet.
All ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED nnd ehlpped
to any point on the different Railroads leading out o
Bent !(vcl(l Nllliie I)rc;l niitl Jolnteil
47-For particulars call on oraddrces
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
aprilfltf Knoxvllle, Tennouec.
KN OIYILLE ! 1
THE MOST JIIUpTirUl. -
HEALTHY - AND ACCESSIBLE
' t i-f- 4' '
Suburb of Knoxvillc.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED A POR
TION of tho Land lying North of tho
. Rolling Mill, . ,
nnd adjoinlnfr tho Corporation, I will Pell, at jiublio
auction, on MONDAY, tho 18th DAY OF APRIL,
Fifty Desirable Lois.
Fronting tinoeC of them) SO feet on tlio strectf. and run
ning back 150 feet to an Alley. , ...
Tho LOTS are near, to Second Creek, and as Jho
ttreett run to the Creek, this advantage adds much to
A Sfap of the Ground
can bo seen at tho Exchange and Deposit Bank.
One-Uiird cafh. The halanco in equal payments, at
and 12month(, with Interest.
aprilG2t JOHN BAXTER.
EAST TENN.LAND AGENCY.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
ttoriioy at Law
ComBiissioner of Deeds for the States or
Ohio, Michigan, Georgia, &c.
OFFICE: Over Exchakok and Dcfosit Bank.
ATTENDS TO THE PURCHASE,
Sale and Excliniigo of Real Estate of
especial attention pam to tne organizn
(ion of Companies and Colonies for the Im
provement of large tracts of land.
nents collected anu taxes paid in all
parts of East Tennessee.
Abstracts ot title caretuny made ana con
eyanclntr In all Its branches, drawlntr of
Deeds, MortnaKex, &c &c, done in a
30 Farms In Knox county. 300 Farms
in East Tennessee.
Valuable city property, improved and
vacant lots, from S100 to S10.000 In price.
100 vacant lots, some of them exceed
ingly desirable, in Hardee's and the Rail
road Addition, Several choice and well
improved lots In Deaderiek's and McGhec's
A largo and hantlsomo residence on Pat-
ton street, East Knoxville.
Farms on tlio CitmhcrlniKl IMntrnu.
All wlshlnc to buy or sell will llnd It for
their advantage to call, and look over lists
of property for sale. aplO-tf
Early Ro8e, Early Goodrich, White
KUBset, Xiondon Liaay, Harri
son and Peaohblo-w
NansenoRd Sweet Potatoes for Seed,
HOUGH & CHURCH'S
"apS-tf Mcflheo's Block, Gay Streot.
OHAS. H. BROWN,
AGSKT FOU TUE
Inman Line of Trans-Atlantic
Plylnit between New York and Liverpool, and the
Detwecn "JTew York and OIofkow.
"DOTH ARE FIRST CLASS LINES. THE Former
X) carrying the &Ult. Tickets as low as by any other
Lines. Farther information cheerfully given on ap
Have for eale bight Drafts on all the principal cities
-A general notary uuunceg uio iranracioti.
Office in Exfhan'Ok and DsroaiT Dane,
a pi tit f Knoxville, Tcnn.
Ir. P. II. CARDWELL,
(Office i Corner of Church and State Streets,)
Y? ESPECTl'ULLY ANNOUNCES THAT. IN VIEW
XL of tho irrcat full In solil. ho .wilt furnifli full Fcts
of TnETH. on tho Vulcanite Daso, for tho email turn of
A (Ingle Upper or Lower iet for
ea-AU bther charscs in p'ropftrtion to the abo c,
Satisfaction guaranteed In nil Dental operation?.
. . apW Tft-tf .
lUlLKV, . .
Exchange and Deposit Bank.
TJJNNESSKK 3IONKY VQU TAXKS J'OH
Rett rati paid for Ncvr Isue Dank of Tennosjcc.
Ea't Tennessee, Vlrzlnia and Gcorsia Railroad Stock
and lionUs bought and old, andiu Ucneral Ranking
DuiincM transacted. "BBtiW
Intcrett paid on Dcpotlti ia SAVIN08 BANK De-
fUM -SWUTFTS.'1' '
On all the principal citlei 'of Europe for ulo.
. pril(Vtf '
M. & N, STERN,
Dry Goods, Ready-Made Clothing
AND FURNISHING (100DS,
tiny Street, ICtiozvllli-, TtuiPttHir.
(Opposite Cowan, McCluns S: Co.)
lUvlnir a llwldept I'urfnerln New York", who buys
for carti. our.facilitici enable u to .U cheaper than
thoe who purclia'e ooly livery fcaton, up CJm