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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THUKSDAY MORNING, MAY 2:J, 1878
VltOFKSM'lNAL C WRIW-rilVMriAX!.
yr 11 SMITH, JH., M. I).
Ofllr itnd Rcl Jt'ni' :
NO. i THHrTKKSTH 8TKKKT. CAIUO. ItX.
W. DUNNING, M. I.
Offli-f mil BmiuVnr :
OFTK'R-X. W. for. Sixth l.. anirOhln Lvco.
KKMDKNcK-CoruiT Wlnut and Mnlh streets.
It. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Omen No. tW Comnvtelsl Avenue, between
Kijjtitb ui Ninth St win.
jyi. W. C JOCELYN,
OKHICR-Kliilith Street, near ComtiuTtl.tl Avenue.
OFFh'E-Olilo I,pvw. I'"t. Fourth am) Sitth l.
J ISKUAlt & LAXSDEN.
OKKH E-No. mComntemal Avenue.
;"Wo an- Mittlmrli-il to tuimum-i 11. C. LoF
UN camliiliitc for Sheriff of AUx.-iniU-r county,
ulijeet M the deci-ion or tho peupk" at the election
In XhvimiiImt ni'jt.
THE DAILY BULLETIX.
Only Moi uiu? Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK CITY AM COfXTY.
A RU T TOWN.
Mcrs. Fred. Pross ami John II. Olicr
y left i' r St. Louis last niulit.
Squire Pat. M rirun, who diieiics
justice at and near Unity, is nttendinir court.
M;- Kuti k'ochler. daughter of Mr.
John Ivi.-lilcr. who has U-cn in St. Louis f.-r
sonic time, returned home lat cveiiin;:.
Ik-v. Mr. Sinitir. of CliainpaiuM,- 111- :t
minister of tin Episcopalian faith, lias
Inert in tiie ri'y for the past few days.
Mr. Jolm A. Item-, the y;cntlemi"i
who tits the jmsition ofcircuit clerk so ad
niirahly, will, in all prohahiliiy. le Mr.
Harman's successor as Master in Chancery.
Jiid'i- IJ.tkcr could make no hrttcr appoint
ment. We arc inlflt'i t Mr. George Yocum
for samples of wheat, of the Fultz variety,
Ifinwn on his farm, near Sanduky in this
county. Tin- sample is in every way the
U"st we have seen tliis season. Mr. Yocum
will commence harvet!ii!r til.ttt the tirt of
t!i ii next month.
The meeting of the committee of fif
teen, which was announced to take place
ti -n iLfli t to hear the report from itssuliconi
inittec, has hcen postponed to the early
part of the coming week. The suli-com-mitfee
has not yet completed its laliors.
Tin: 111 l.l.KTIN should he delivered I'V
?t:W a.m. to all stil scri hers. If they do
not receive it hy that time it is the fault of
the carriers, mid we w ill he thankful for
notice of a failure to receive the paper ly
that hour. If complaint is made, we will
guarantee to supply the remedy.
A stranger was rolilcd at a disreputaMe
den on Tenth street, Tuesday niht, of his
money and n portion of his clothing, lie
was arrested. Mini yesterday lined. He then
swore out warrants against four of the in
mates of the house, and they are now in
jail. This place is a constant source of
trundle to the authorities and a pitfall to
the unwary. Why is it not suppressed?
Mr. Fred Koehler has applied for n
patent o:i his Novelty refrigerator. Yc saw
one of them yesterday, and have no douht
the Novelty is superior to any other refrig
erator now in the market. It is lighter,
easier of construction, will last longer and
iKve 51) per cent of ice. It is not tilled
with charcoal, etc., as the other refrigera
tors Hie, It lias two walls, the inside one
lieing lined with paper, ami is in every re
spect built upon scientific principles. The
one we saw yesterday was a line one, and
was built by Mr. John Fitgerald.
The Cincinnati Commercial of Tuesday
ays of our friend, Geo. Fiirnsworth:
"Pilot George Farusworth, who is engaged
at the wheel of the transfer steamer, resides
iu a fottaifc midway between two churches
that are but half n square apart. Silting at
home every Sunday, he hears two senuon.s
preached at the same time, from different
tets, by men of different sects, and accom
panied by the music of two choirs. One
would think such privilege would provo
very beneficial, hut Ucorifc says tint he can't
sy that this has Ik-cii Ms experience, lie
says it docs very well at times, but thing
jet terribly mixed sometimes, mid about
the time h fellow thinks he sees dear w ater
ahead under the preaching of one side, he
is made to ship tip and back by a breeze
from the other."
-Mi s. Manny, wife of Mr. ( In is Hanny.
hud a narrow escape from death yesterday.
Altout twelve o'clock Mr. Manny 'drove tip
in front of his residence, on Seventh and
Vfashingtim avenue, and having helped his
children out of the wagon, left Mrs.
H. hitting on the back scat. The lines
were allowed to hang free over the dash
board of the wnjron. A tain coming up,
Mr. II. whs in the act of raising her tun
brclhi, when the animal took fright and
lushed d.wn Washington avenue to Sixth
street, and up Hlxtli street to Commercial
uvciiuo, where she was thrown from the
wagon, ami the unlnml hilcd. She
suffered ii dislocation of n shoulder, which,
though painful, is not serious. Ir. Ward
ner attended her.
The citizens in the vicinity of Eighth
and Walnut streets were aroused from their
slumber Monday night about 10 o'clock by
the scream of anjunknown white man, evi
dently in great agony. An investigation
revealed these facts: Two negroes in
veigled a stranger, supposing him to have
money on his person, into taking a walk.
This accomplished, they proceeded in
the direction of the place alove named,
and when opposite the Methodist church.fell
afoul of their dupe, beating and choking
him mercilessly. His half-suppressed cries
for help were kept up some twenty minutes
before any attempt at assistance was
made. Finally two railroad employes came
up and the assaulting rascals made
their escape. The police authorities
were placed h possession of the facts the
same night, but so far no further develop
ment have been made.
"Arter, the man w ho beat Marshal Gea
ry out of a reward offered for an escaped
convict. ly false representations, has K-en
re-elected by the council of that place as
chief of police. Cairo mut have poor ma
terial that such men as Arter gets jnto of
fice. " Paducah News. After did n- t I n.-at
(Vary out of the reward. C.uy wa :
dull-witted to haw- ever reaped the Win-tit
of it. and Arter, seeing thk stepped in and
made the money. As far as Cairo's ma
terial Pr otSce-holding goc. that i another
affair. YVc have more im u to the square
foot who are willing ti give up every thin::
for their country's service save honor than
can If found upon any other similar ied
patch of groun I on the hemisphere. Of
tie quality well, that isal r.nother affair.
We prefvr not to Ik-o sweeping ioi-I gen
eral upon this point. !V,it that there are
some ind nuiti ii o. "me iiniiffi r-'.it and
some unredeeniin'') bad, it is pi rfn t'.y safe
- The Sim w:;ns to know if the nicmWr
of the Republican c -uiity central commit
tee are ''all dead, or haw they rei'i;ed. or
what!" and prefaces this inquiry by another
one: '-Thepublicwouid like to know who !ro
the mcmWrs of the Republican county cen
tral committee." Now, this is some th;ng like
it. lb-re is a confession of ignorance, man
ly and Imm-st, upon certain ;ns. Mrothcr
I)avis, unlike s.iiuc Helicals we know of.
cares not to asi;iue a irtue when he has it
not. Of course, when he -.ays "the public
would like t" know" a thin:;, he ex
pects TiiK Ih l.l.KTIN to impart the deir
ed infnrmatjo:i. And Tu y. l!i i.i.ktn will
not di?:ipoiiit the yo-hl old otil. The
members of the committee are not
dead, nor have they re-tgiied. Tie
committee i coinpox-.l of C. N. H i'hes
and W. T. Scott, from the South Cairo pre
cir.cf: C. (. Patii-rand Hick Taylor. North
Cairo; l. A, -Mniuion :inl James S imler,
Clear Co-ek; Lawrence Ponahuc. Oi"'
Tooth; W. Ireland. Santa Fe; Ciif. Malc-
Wood, HaleW'iNMl: Wm. l!i'i;les. l'':ty ;
at large, G. W. Mclv-a; and Marry O'l'rien.
C. N. Hniilies is chaicnian of the com
mittee. AI'Uf lift. -en of the best pcoph- in the
city atteieleil the lecture of Mrs. Stockton,
at Turner hall, last "night, ami had their
heads felt. Accord'n:.' to Mr. S.'s ob
servations till the pro'oi'u -ranees of each
particuler head, a more int. -lh-cuial ami
moral gathering it would be scarcely possi
ble to imagine. In ascribing to different or
gans their special propensities, Mr-.S. wa
always happy, if not always strictly correct.
The virtue of truthfulness was assigned to
a gentleman who prides himself upon the
contrast he furnishes to the father of his
country in that peculiar respect; while the
beautiful attribute of constant y was im
puted to a young man as volatile a a cater
pillar w hose pathway is strewn with
broken hearts and withered form; ami to
a gentleman who has a well-earned and well
deserved reputation for the quantity ami
hardncsof the metal he ciirrie in cither
cheek, was given the swcet'M of all trait
ino'lesly. A lln.i i:tin reporter present
was. without a dissenting voice, and with
considerable feelinn, declared to be alto
gether the loveliest being ill the audience,
while an examination, conducted with dis.
crimination and can-, of the vari
ous well-developed bumps on hi
beautiful head, revealed the fact that hi Ut
ter disregard of the trulhl (which will be
confirmed by this paragraph), would have
made him one of the fii'ein'ist lawyers of
the laud. Pair would have been made on
a physiological bai. but as there were nut
enough of the gentle ex present to go
around, and a the gentlemen did not care
to be paired with one another, this feature
of the evening's entertainment was dispell
so I w ith.
Wi-; do not believe in inedicine for child
drell, but we do believe in Dr. Ihlll's Baby
Syrup and assert that no family should be
w ithout it.
Fun Sai.i; -A large sied ice chet, suit
able for saloon inc. For paiticiilnn apply
to K. B. Pcltit, corner of Twenty-eighth ami
Livi-iiy i Sai.i.. Stai:i i s. hit Filger
aid", at the corner of Fourteenth street and
Commercial avenue, offers to the public the
best livery rigs In Southern Illinois, at the
most reasonable rates, Orders may be sent
as iiW-e, with assurance that tiiey will
be promptly tilled.
Mil. F. KoitsMKVKii is just In receipt of
ft very large and select Htock of Kej1 West
unJ imported cigars, to wlile'i Ii" calls the
special utteutlon of smokers.
"K'EWBIN" TO TIIE RESCUE.
UK IXIKS NOT IXTKSl) TO IIF. lU'MnnftRD I1V
1IIKI) AM' I'ltOltisKS TO CAItHV TIIK WAlt
INTO "TIIK II UITS OK AKKICA." A ItAC V
Thk IUi.i.ktix desires, in the favora
ble progress of this war, to bo, aliove
all th'ngs, neutral. It therefore permits
Mr. Rewhin Smith to use its columns to
shed the full light of his intellect upon the
topic now absorbing the colored mind, y It
will be be observed that Mr. 8. is a little
personal, but there is raciness, without of
fensiveness, in this effort of his life, He says:
Caiuo, III. may, the, 2:lrd, 1878.
Mb Ewtok, ok thk caiuo, 13im,ktis.
pleas permit me space, in your paper, for
the purpus, of correcting a charge made By,
Of, my sourness, over. my. having, Lin
Discharge, as Janitor, of the Public, Schools,
seven, years, ago, Hy, Mr moses, Hern-I.
thinking At. that, time, I. had opposed,
him. in the School Election,
And at that time the Hoard of Education,
consisted of. Mr Moses Herrel, ami, eapt, P.
llticrd, ami. mr Watson Week
Which has nothing to do, with my chais,
of the present. Teachers. Nor the majority,
of the Parrieiits, of PuepiU and that will be
shone up. to the Hoard, of Education, at
thir next meeting. In Legal form,
Ami yet mr Rird is Fighting through the
colon ms of your paper four the Right to
dictate who Shall W Employed as teachers
without the concent from the majoriety of
the Patrons of the Schools
Hy n furing to the pat of Seven years
Now no one Never heard me Com
plain after I was Discharged of
Mr Talford and. mrs. Me. Pride ar teachers
N r of this cxsistteiite teachers
Huet it is vcrry Natural for a Drowning
man to catch at straws
Ami as. mr Rird Proposes to carry the
war. into the harts of africa. Let him snap
his whip for that is the Rom 1 1 am travling
And 1 liont intcndetoW Rueldows from
it Ry. mr liird Hy hin, chargind me of as
sailing of mr chritys Daughter And De
siering to hae her to Arrest me. Nor Will
I Retreat by him assailing my character
And if I havi nt character I have friends
White and eoh-n-d that think us I think
liUct as No character mr Rinl should
N.et Reprove men that live in glass House
Should Not. throwgh Stone
For if all that i Know n of him was made
public the citizen wowuhl think he Indent
lV.ut Attrica will be heard from before
long Rkwiiix Smith.
Thk Ladic of the German Catholic Con
gregation of Cairo will give a May Festival
at Scheel's Garden on Tuesday. May S". for
he benefit of their chuich and chool, L"i-
cream, lemonade, strawberries, etc., in fact
even Jiing in the refreshment line, will be
in abr'iilanci-. for the ladii- will spare no
time to have everything in good style, so
everyone that comes will have a plcannt
time. A No. 1 tring band wiy play all after
m n in and evening.
THE COUNTY O'URT.
I-IICK i KOINOS HAD TIM'S KAU.
The follow ing pro -ceding have been had
"luring the present (May) term of the
County Court. Judge Yocum presiding. Mr.
S.J. Milium, clerk:
Final reMirt of Conners and Parker, ex
ecutors of the estate of James H. Wild, ap
proved and executor discharged.
Final report of Thos. Martin, administra
tor of the ctate Joshua S. Yates, npproved
and administrator dichargcd.
Final report of M. L. Halliday, gu.irdian
of Win. Tweed Parker, npproved mid the
Report of August Watermeier, adinini
trator or the etati' of Walter Watermeier.
apjimved and administrator discharged.
Petitions of R. V. Parker, praying that
B. K. Blake, late administrator de Imnis
non of the estate of Daniel H. Phillip, pay
him the sum of A'.e,7-. the btdance in :ii,
adminitrator'. htitiils after .settlement of
said estate. Prayer granted.
R' poitof 1J. A. Ediuumlsoii, iiilminitra
torof the estate of James H, Ridgway, ap
U'ovi d and administrator discharged.
l'riMif of publication of the notice of ad
jutnicnt of claim, inventory and ap
praieinellt bills, of the estate of A. B. Snf
fol'l, preseliteil Mini aproved.
Claim of Henry Watermeier againt tie
estate of A. ('. Ilod-ges, deceased, presented
In I he matter of theetateof Peirv Power,
deceased, Elizabeth Powers waives her right !
a executrix, and the Court appointed (leu.
Fiher to in t.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
minor heir of Bowen S, Oilmorc, Eliza
Minion- appointed guardian.
Clailnsof W. A. Hughes against the estate
of A. C. M'idge. presented and allowed.
I lie tax list will betaken Up to-ilav.
Mwini. niado arrangements with Mr.
Robinson, the largest ilriiiryinan in South-
in Illinois, to furnish uu- with pun- civnin,
i will be able to e Pure Ice Cream to
Festivals and Parties in large quantities at
11 .Mi per gallon, I would also state for
the beiielit of those that Want Cream from
Chicago, that I will furnish better Cream
than Chicago, or will refund money on nil
orders. All order. ,y lxrii(. i,ui,ntities
.hoiild be hamled in two day before want
ed, so as to give me time to order ('renin.
I'llll., II, S.UT.
A nkw Oerinan school will be oN-ned on
the Ill's! of Jim,.. m7n llt the old Oerinan
s'li"ol house Fourteenth street, parents
w ishing to send their children there can not
have a belter opportunity. Also mi evening
school will I H nei, Ladies ami gentle
men wishing to learn the Oerinan or French
languages, will do well to take advantage
of this opportunity. Terms moderate, nc
cording to the times, For particulars ml
dress lock box M!i. I. M. Fiiikhkiiicii, '
CTRITIT court notes.
THK I'AV DKVOTKI) TO CltlMIXAl, tlfSIXKsw
NO ItKST KOII TIIK WU KKIi.
The trial of Henry Yeater, charged with
practicing the conlldence yame, was con
cluded this morning, und ho was sentenced
to one year's imprisonment in the peniten
tiary. Lnwsou Ourtney pleaded guilty to the
charge of stealing a set of harness at Clear
Creek, a short time since, and received one
year in the penitentiary.
Pearl Seminion alias Minnio Butler was
sentenced to ten days' imprisonment in the
county jail ami to pay a tine offj.'i and
The cases of ('has. Scott and AlWrt
Whitehead were ordered stricken from tho
docket. It will be remembered that Scott
and Whitehead were confidence men, and
that the former broke jail w hile the latter
left his bondsman to settle with the author
ities. They were disreputable characters.
Leave was given by the court to reinstate
the cases at any time. ,
The case of James Kelly, who broke jail
with John Walker some time .since, was al
so stricken from the docket, with leave to
Julius llaller was indicted for borrow ing
a gun from his friend Pnmty, and forget
ting to return it. Judge Mulkey appeared
for him. ami ecu red his acquittal-
Bv every consideration (,f profit and pro
priety the blood should be kept absolutely
pure by using Dr. Hull's Blood Mixture.
Tk vciikh. A young lady of good family
in this city, and well recommended, desires
to teach children of one or more families
during vacation, or at any time. Muic
lessons on piano ami melodeon given, if d.--sired.
Charges moderate. Address Teacher,
care Ul l.l.KTIN Office.
THK DAILY HI l.l.KTIN.
i mTTT rpKNTII YEAR.
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The Cairo IklMin -::t r upon !:
Mil IIII''"1'' '" "i'h '""U-!' -tu ie
if ii until aui a le:rrmii "i::o: to niaki
" 11 it in nil ree I- vu,r:hv aimrl
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Monday km i:h kk
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pUHEKA ! KUltEKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Oltiians' Muital Aid Society
Orusnlzi'il July 4. H7T. imd.-r tin law of the H.iln of IUInuii. Copyrighted July 0, H77, undur act of
N. B. THISTLKWOOI), Piiksidkst.
MRS. P. A.TAYLOR, Vkk Phksidknt. J. A. GOLDSTI-1, TuKASi-nr.ii.
DR. J. J. GORDON, Mkdk-.u. Advisoii. THOMAS LEWIS, Secuktauy.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
MHS. IV A. TAYI.OH,
N. II. THISTLKWOOI),
MISS KATK I.. YiK'l'M,
J. .1. GOHIMiN,
I. A. (lOUWINK,
MHS. 8. A. AYHKS,
t.Fnr piirllciilur Inquire t tlii ofllcc, comer Seventh street mul Comm-r ! il avnnae, WIdI.ts'h UUjcU.
rnilE lLACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
TEE M O NT II O TJ SE
ruin-is lii-Diri-n to & vym day.
A'mve l':ir'iT K'oor. i-N-.'piliu' Kr.mt l!"min nnd Itoutti- rli llr.
ROOMS WITHOUT 1JOAK1). Ml TO H'J IKlt DAY.
AN ELEUANT RESTAl RANT CONNECTED WITH Tills l.'OLK.
t.Uoi Klis AM) lHMMNo MKUt HAM.
WlIOLKSA LK (i IIOCKK'S
7 OHIO LEVEE.
A ( J F.N'TS A M Kill ( A X I'OWD K II ( 'OM I" Y
W. Stiuttiin. ' :iir-. T. Unto. Mimirl.
CA i:.". ILLINOIS.
(il.'AIN'. FLOCII AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring )Iills
llighet Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
iiinkij:, tiiistli;v )od
Farmers' Toliacro WarHioiw-
(ieiieral Cointiiissioii Met chants.
No'. I;:, mul l-.'T ( oinmi-r- i ".,,,,, lr, .
rii.1 Aviiiie. i 1 A 1 '") 1 l'l-.
I UK II M. .'k:iti i'ti. iiN nimli" nn 'oii"i ,'iiui"iil
I j of Tiili'in u. l-'loiir ini'l lirnlti.
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2sT()TICK TO CONSl'MKHS
Tie-LTinl (cl.'liiltynr mir TIN T.i TOIIACCO
llll- lllll'i'll IIKItlV IllllllltlollS tlHTCIlf III II"' pllll-i'll I'll
tie- mnrki't. We tlieri'fiir.! i-mitinti all eln-wers
HL'iiln't pMreliio-ltiii "n il itiiltutloii"-
All ili'iilcr-li'iylicior ""1'iliiit ntln-r pliiu' lobarco
ln'iirliiirii Imnl or ini'lullk' IhIm-I, n-ii'ler i!ii-iiisi-Ivi--llnltli"
to tin- pi'iniHy of III'- law, uml nil person vlo
UHiil' oar trii'l -murk nn- piiylshsiile liy tine uml
lliilili-olitinnl. We'1 Htl iil't'iile.'r.-'". Anu'. M. ISX
Tin- ir,'iialni-l.ll!IIIL.M!l) TIN TA'I TOIIACCO
riiiilii"(ll.iiiiiilln'illivii TIN TAO on emli lump,
with lie-woiil LOIIIIILAHI) t imp"ilther"iiti.
OverT.iws tun tulnuiii sulil In 1S77, "'ml neiirly
il.UO per-otni I'luployeil In I'ai lorli-H.
T:iX"li'ilil tiovi-rntii'-tit la 1ST7. atiotit :I.SHO.0Urt.
mul iltirliiii pust 1-1 years, over J-Ji,m.i.i.
Tln-sc uinnln solil by all Joliliers t muminietnror-"
JjrTlm TIN' TAO SMOKINO TOBACCO I
"si'i onil to nnii'.'" In nrotmi, ta1Ulni'-, purity and
MItS. K. C. FOUU,
S. U. AYHKS,
MtY i.ttopr Kit'.
The latge.t wliolcale mul retail Dry
(iiMid ainl Clothing Houi' in thi City;
are leeching new (omhIs daily and are
offering great bargain", in the most hand
some lines of CAIil'F.TS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINtiS; il! -. t aliineies. lion
rettes, mid u great many other new
stales of lle (hnmJs. Kail, Etc.: ill
fact in every department of their hui
ne. they cordially imite the public
ti rail ami see tlo-ir stock.
SALOON" ANU It KT Vt. II VNT.
Saloon and Ki-stanrant
tU,: 3ET (?
WINES. LIQPORS AND (TOARS
rotittaat'y en himl: n'-o h-i n-rst.i:it!y or. Int.d a
I ir.-.' u;ip!y or
FIIPITS, LEMONS, ORA NOES, APPLES,
AT Wllol.::s,!,K AMI IthTAX.
At IlloOhl lli'tlllotlli'il Hotel. fiilOlilo Levi"!..
HOOT AM) MliiK MAKKK.S.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER
ATHENEl'M RI ILDINO,
Ciimmi-rcl'il Av nu". l"-t. i
ltli mul Se-.i'titli -N.
rpAKKS plvti'iiri" In : ti mot ml to (ii p'Ornri ami
1 Hi." pulillc i'-nerillv Hint h-li i ri't'i'iitiy .''i-"!-.ril
til." lln.'-l uml ino'l .i fiM t sine k nf l.cutlii r' ul' r-,.-iv
ilesiTliitliin ever lirmiglil to llil eitv. AM virk In
bl lltii' i"Xi"i,iil"'il priim tl 1 v nml In t!ie l"t ttt iiiner,
Ktitire 'illr-tlon lih.'ii In e.'-r'- l!it-iiM'-. 1'ri' i'S
fii'iiteilile. A i-nrillMl lavlliillim' evt'"inlg'l to nil Id
cull mul cxiitiilni' iiioil anil learn prlee.
The Cairo liox and Haskot Co.
mriLDIXCi MAT Kill A Tj
Floorinur, Sidiiiix. Lath, Kf ci
At tin- very lowest rate.
Ravin? a Henvy Stock of Loir on Ifmid,
We are prepnred to
SiAW OUT SPECIAL OlIDEHS
On the sliorteais oil -o.
ASI'KCIALTY mmle nf STRAMIIOAT LI'MIIIO'
Wi- :i! 'ii ui -in it fuel ii r K K I' ITllo X M AT S K I A 8
I'Mclter, Canity, I'aciltirf Bun's, Sfuvi-s, UvaillK.