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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 20 1878
-y H. SMITH, Jit., II. D.
Ofllre and nealdonr ;
NO. l THIHTKENTIt HTRKET, CAIKO, Il.l
Q W. DUNNING, II. D.
Ofllre and Kcniilrm:
OFFK F.-N. W. rut. Mtxth nt.. wt Ohio Uvea,
KKSWENCE t'oruur Walnut aud Math utrri'l
jyi. E. W. WIIITLOClv,
Orwr-Nn. TV, ('(imniiTclnl Aveuuc, between
klflnh mid Mini street.
It. W. ('. JOCELYN.
I ) K NTIST.
(iFFK'E-Elchth Street, near Coinnierciul Avenue
C P. WHEELER.
A t to rncy-a t- La
OFFICE Ohio Levee. Iitt. Fourth and Sixth et
JINEUAR & LANSDEN,
A 1 t orncy s-at-LiaY
OFFICE No. m Commercial Avenue.
J'ir-We are authorized to auiit.uticc II. C. LOF
MX at candidute for Sheriff of Alexander county,
subject to the dVcMlan of the people, at the election
lu November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
The Only Daily in Southern Illinois.
Siun'ai. OrrnE. (
Caiko. III.. June 1. I7S
Time. Dir. Ther. llum. Wind. Vl. Weather.
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llaxiu.um Thermiitneter. si-; Miuiojum Ther
Mtfineter. - ; lUibfall. 0 0
JAMES M. WATSON.
Sers't Signal Service. C. . A.
(iitA.su Ball. Tlie eople of Cairo are
cordially invited to attend a Grand Hull to
lie given at Mallard's new and commodious
hall at Jonesboro, on the evening of J tin e
Loth. No tickets will bo issued. All are
Of Uoiulp About Peron and Thing, Picked Up at
Jul Men. Women and Children. Th .Suiunier
Mr. Wm. Holdcn is iii from Unity
Ttidge J. E. McCritc, of Ha.Iewood
precinct, is in the city.
Tlie firm of C. Under & Ilro., jewelers,
will remove their store to Columbus, Miss.,
Mr. John Robinson will represent
Cairo Encampment I. 0. O. P. No. 144 ut
the Grand Encampment.
Mrs. Swander, formerly engaged in the
millinery business in this city, and now of
Pulton, Ivy., was in town yesterday.
Col. Lowcry desires it understood that
is not a candidate for representative to the
Chic ago Red Kibbon camp meeting.
Mr. John McNamee, who suicided at
Tamaroa, on Tuesday, was, for a time, a
business partner of Officer omtcnd.
To-day Mrs. Dr. Marean and children
will leave home via the Illinois Central for
Northern Iowa, where they will spend the
Nearly every citizen of Cairo who has
a surplus of funds on hand will spend the
summer abroad visiting the Paris ex
position, famous watering places of the con
tinent, or doing the great capitals. Then'
will be no perceptible decrease iii our pop
illation. Judge MeGee, of Pulaski county, one
of the oldest residents of this section, visit
ed town yesterday. The Judge wax in
Cairo just forty years ago, when there was
but one house on this peninsula--Hird's
tavern. lie has bei n a careful observer i f
its growth, and has confidence in its out
come. Gkani) R.rm:.--Tickets for the raillc of
the Hibernian engine bruise and two lots
'property worth over rive hundred dolltrs)
are now ready for ulc and may be had of
member of the company. Tickets are al.no
h.r sale at different business houses
throughout the city. The drawing will take
place in thy ie v engine houschily 4.178,
and will be under the lij-.-ft supervision of
Mes. T. W. Hallid.iy. 1. II. Cmnini.'
ham and So!. A. Silver. Tickets, $1.
"the k. m. K. I."
jl.et till..- WI...K, the i, V. W.'.r It. A Drive
'""-.' " i ii. .-'iiii.-i.e:!.. I. mii mi. i
The Eckert excursion Is being talked
up among our beaux and belles.
Remember the Sabbath school pic-nic
and keep it in mind. This is the day.
Tlie Association Nino of Cairo will
play a match game at Annu on St. John's
day, Juno 24th.
McIIale is as proud of the new engine
house as a militia general on dress parade.
Ami lie has good reason to be.
The resolutions of the K. M. K. C.
published elsewhere, is a dig under the
fifth rib at some meddlesome parties. Who
Those of our renders who wish to pos
sess themselves of a house and two lots
for the small sum of $2, should invest in
the rattle for the old Hibernian engine
Ed. Wright, an account of whose
frightful injuries at the incline on Tuesday
appeared in yesterday's Bu.I.kti.n, died
night before last, between ten and eleven I
o'clock. He was buried yesterday evening
A prominent Republican gentleman
said in conversation yesterday, tl at the
manner of McNamee's death at Tumaroa
'would spoil the good old Detrich's chances
for the Republican nomination for con
gressman from this district.
Messrs. Will Murphy and C. N.
Hughes and Judge Bird were engaged op
posite The Bulletin office yesterday in
setting up Republican pins. We calmly
looked on for about half an hour, over
heard all was said, and have carfully laid
away the notes for campaign uses.
At an election for officers by the Cairo
Encampment No. 144. I. O. 0. F., held on
Tuesday night, the following gentlemen
were elected : F. I). Rexford, C. P.; Chas.
Lame, II. P.; A. Black, S. W. ; J. M. Clark,
J. W.; Reuben S. Yocum, S.; A. Fraesr,
Treas.i John II. Robinson, representative
to the grand encampment.
One of the most striking evidences of
the growth of pauperising in this country is
the constantly increasing number of
itinerant beggars, o.'the maimed, halt and
blind classes. Singing on the public street
seems to have become a favorite method of
soliciting alms with them. It is new to
most of our people, and betokens a very un-
.pleasant condition of things throughout
We do not know that the circuit court
adjourned over until Friday to give the
members of the bar an opportunity to at
tend the Suuday-school pic-uie to-day; but
we do know that no county in the State can
produce a bar comparable with ours for the
piety of its members. A busy day in our
court resembles nothing so much as a re
ligious revival where the bretheren give
full play to their holy feelings. There is
earnestness of manner, loudness of voice,
energy of gesture, and a general atmos
phere pervading t he whole of every man
for himself and the old boy take the hind
The prohibition of tlie sale of beer at
St. Mary's park on the coming Fourth
meets with disfavor. If the parties who visit
Cairo on that day yearn for beer, and will
promise to drink enough to last them until
the succeeding Fourth, we are in favor of
letting them have it, as a measure of tem
perance diplomacy; but St. Mary's park
does not comprise the city, and no
persons need stay away, fearing the
article cannot be found. It is
proposed by some of the saloon keep-
ers to reduce prices for the occa.M'on, and
;ive to the thirsty veoniaiiry two glasses for
five cents. Where is the Council;
The McXainec Tragedy. u''an'1oI1C',I sllL' is li of Mr,
rnufmian nt T I - Til
" ..., t ""uiiiiaiti nt iougoia, 111
Special to tbo Cairo Bulletin.
The telegraphic advices from our own cor
Anna, Junk 20, 2 o'clock a. M.-This lit- w,Int report the greatest excitement
tie village is all agog with excitement. I over tho 8ff"lr ttt Anna- Nothing else is
will forward full details of tho whole affair t,,lkcMl of' Hlul tl,e l,ir is ful1 of sorts of
by this evening's train. I will confine my- run,,,rs McNaincc is well spoken of by
self to the affair nt Tamaroa. ' On Tuesday "" kncvv 1,Im' 011,1 he 1,11,1 in!inJ' "'l
evening McNamee learning that his wife
was visiting friends at Tanmroit he decided
to make a lust effort to have his wife return
I A Cruel Stepmother Appllen Concentrated I.yc to
to nun. lie lelt Here on tlie morn- i" rewona of her stepchildren. 1
I t.Tiiim r i.i...n.. .... . i
i V,.il. ...!., f l .i.. Vl l,e " iear
niii iiiium utiiii. in in vui OMiio lie, i . t . . ....
" ' ' ing beyond the levee on the line of the II
trlmrn lin titutnt n n-irt rtf lw !(. I !!.,!., ..!!- 1 w
twn.iv. nv. put nit MUJr "Mil I UllUir) V villi ill I (11 1 lUilll, HQ WU8 l WlUOWtT
his brother, and then went on to Tamaroa with to chll.lrcn, and about three months
HL'o was united in wedlock to tin. v,r,.,.i,i
I,.. II... iitV..rii...,i, ... m. ...... k ..!.. r I 1
' H Mrs. Ledbetter by Justice Robinson. Mrs
ing that his wife was at the residence of L. conceived a dislike for the children of
I r.. r i i . . .... ... . ... .
Mr. Thomas Williams, he called there and . . w ""Mmu uwm wm
tlie iieginninir. lr. E. protested, but n va n
i ..A. 1 . 1 . I If I ' '
was mei ui me ooor oy .nr. illianw. She would take ndvantage of the absence of
l; her husband to larrup his children, and one
line-tliis ui.i.L- i'l,;i (I,,.., ...I. ....
....... ,1 . I "V -v.... .,..... iii' , ..Lii; nan I ii tl
int'itri.l in l.nf t.iili.i.l t-.i.f Tm l 111;.,..... I J I
.ii 'in iFii.Tin.,. eiiai .'41. 11 llll.lllin . ;1 . ii .... .
' ' girl ot seven and a boy of five she, so the
and entered the room where his wife was. father alleges, rubbed concentrated lye
When Mrs. NIcNameJ saw her husband en- 0,1 t,,u 1,1,11,1 of t,u-' Kirl n1"1
filled the mouth of the boy with
ter the room she crossed the floor ami sat
it. He awoke in time to pass his wrist
down at the piano and commenced to run I over his mouth and wipo it off, escaping
her fWer over the kees. The wer, with sli,,t "'W The girl
was not as fortunate. She slent on. and
aione in tins room, an me memoers when she awoke ran from the house to her
of Mrs. Williams' family having withdrawn father, who was in the field, and complained
, v , .... . to him of a burning sensation in the head.
when McNamee entered. W hat passed be- . ,. , A. ,
He examined it, and found in rubbing it
tween them will probably never be known, that the hair fell from a spot on the scalp
Ten minutes later the inmates of the house about thrve ilK'1,l's in circumference. He
went back to his house w ith the child, and
........ ........ i ... i i... ii... . .' . iii
ere biaiueu oy uie icjioii 01 iwo pisioi
shots. They entered the room and found town, fearing to trust them longer to the
McNamee Ivinir on one side of the niano ,,,n'k,r ,nmie,i oftlle stepmother. Here
ported his troubles to the authorities ves
.., i ,i ....... i "
stool witn a ounce in ins neart, ami terd.iy, and proceedings have doubtless
Mrs. McNamee on the other side with a ,,L'en instituted against the wife before
, ,, . . , , , , .... .... ,. this. The woman should be fed on a iinxl-
inuiei m irt neiei. i ne nuc is Sim anve I , ,,.,...
eraieiy wean solution oi jve lor tlie remain
but her death is only a matter of a few derof her davs
hours. The McNamees are, virtually,
among those who have '"gone before."
Dr. Barnes is still here and
in charge ol tlie Asylum, hut
since bis difficulty, it is said that he has
not been in town but once, and when he
goes away be travels to Cobdon, seven
If your constitution is broken down, or
you find it necessary to purify and cleanse
the blood, use Dr. null's Blood Mixture.
rjpiIE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
vu:v. - .-s'.'-t...:
PHICES J1EDLTEI) TO $ PEK LAY.
Aboe Farlor Floor, rxreitlus Front Koonm and Itoom with Bath.
HOOMS WITHOUT HOARD, 81 TO 82 PER DAY.
ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
JjJUKBKA ! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' axd Okhia.ns' .Mutual Aid Society
Oriraiued Jo y i, H, under the !aui of the State of Ulinola. Copyrlhti U Jul ti, 1st:,
nmler at i f
Oov. Ileuilricks Weclliieii with Thank ai.d the
The Mystic Krew, through Mr. John II
Oberly. extended to Gov. Hendricks an in
vitation to be w ith us on the coming
miles out ol his road to take the train. Fourth, and give our people a talk. This
To-dav I have talked with many prom- ,s uw W" TW
IXDIAXAI'OLIs. June 13, 17
inent meiit nere, ami wiule 1 nn'i that Dr. juhn li. oi,. riy. E-n
ItnriH.s! l,n l.i. Cru.n.l, .....i Sin: I prct that
and i - ri'irrei mat my engage
iii'-ihi win inn aiiow me to accept voiir m-
everv vitation to address the people, at your citv
I on the 4th urov. Pur voiirsi.lt' n.l tl."..
three persons spoken to were very bitter gentlemen of the committee please accept
iii . . . . , , ,. my thanks for tlu honor of thu invitAtion.
against him, and declared that he should llt flir .,, ,., 1!inm.r . .. .
cominunicated. Vety respectfully yours.
at once be removed. Besides this, McNa
mee has three trnovn brothers, and at least
two of them have made the
assertion that they will kill the
doctor on sii;ht. This evening when I
asked a well-known lawyer of this place
whether these fellows meant what they said,
his reply was "they will do it as sure as
b 11." So you see, under all the circum
stances this will be a very uncomfortable
place for Dr. Harno to reside.
The New (Jlass oil Cans, Simmon's Re-
frigators, Water Coolers and Ice-Cream
T'Vi.,.-i.is ;.t IT-.!
i From Our Own ('orreppuuiicut.)
Anna. Jink. ','(), 1 o'clock a. m.
The reader, of Thk Bci.l.KTlx are famil
i. leys, 11.. Commercial ; iar with the incidents of the VrVmnr....
' I llallies seandal. hlrh. o Iier ti i flu. iirotii.
Attkvtiox, Akaiis. -Th-iv will be a ! "
special mei.tiiig of the Arab tin: company ! I"""rl' "' I."1"'""1 ,"'""'','"d with it, has
Friday eve'jiii'', June )ih, at 7:) o'clock, i I n t!i.. oiineet ol' i,,o.., ,i;.,.ii;..,.
s then' will be important business to I .
,( u, ,. ,,, . , .i.i ! tliroiiifliout N.ut'iern I inois. t tina v
0 transact all i.iemliers are retpii sted to be '
bo on bend. ll.Wiius S( nt i,K.
led to the seperation of McNamee from his
w if . She left Anna, returning' to her )ia-
I will sell on easy terms my farm -it- 1 r, nts. at Doiwoia. and at the time of the
tiatcil in I'n.asAi comity, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Ai res in eiiliivation.
gof.nl improvements, in all n-pints; situated I III". MeN.imei
three miles northeaot of Caledonia.
For inforniation, apply to John Hoiran
j tragedy was visiting friends at Tamaroa,
followed her to Tama-
oa. with, it i-i said, a view to a reconeilia-
i'ound her Mopping at the
T. A. Hknpuicks
We understand that an effort will be
made to secure (Jen. Black, of this State.
If the club is successful, the people of Cairo
will hear one of the nioM distinguished
public spciiK.Tsof the time.
Hlaiit Diskai-k 't iiLD. This is to cer
tify that I Was taken with a disease of the
heart, in February. 1n7 and suffered for
six or seven month, when my attending
physician told iiw that I had neuralgia or
apoplexy iif the heart, and there was no
chance for me. Mr. John L. Oliver sent
me word to try Dr. Pierce's Medical Dis
covery, which I did, and found relief from
the tlr.M do-e; after Using four bottles I was
enabled to go to my daily labor and have
continued at work ever since, never feeling
any symptom of the disea-e. It i-certain-
ly a great medicine.
O. W. Ib'ath, i . Thus. Edwaii;
W. R. Johnston, 'Witiii s-C'..
Jlio. L. ' lliver. V
Americu, 'ia., Nov. 7th, 1 -7 7.
N. B. THISTLEWOOD, 1'hksidest.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vi k I'umidknt. J. A. (iOLDSTIXE,' Titst nF.n.
DR. J. J. GORDON, Miiiu. ai. Amtxit:. TlKi.MAS LEWIS, SmtETAnv.
.i. j. (ioi'.ihin.
.1. A. OOI.I.wriSK.
MKS. S. A. AVLKS,
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
" I. A. TAVI.OH,
N. V. TllIsTI.EWiXU),
MIsS KATK I.. VIXI M.
MKS. K. C. FOLD,
S. p. AVKL.S,
re" For particular' lniiiire at the nfflee. mriier Seventh -tree! and Ci.iuru.-ri ial aie
I'RY (KlOliS. KTC.
The larirest wholesiile ami retail Dry
Oooilsand Clothing House in this City;
m e receiving new (mmhIs diiiiv Hnd are
olferingirreat bufiriiins in tlie most hand-
some lines of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS
iiiid MATTIX(iS: silks. Cashmeres. i;,,u.
rettis, and a trreiit many other new
styles of Dress (ioods. Fans, Etc.: in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
u call ami see their stock.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
I ) i
I i KiTi I(irJ..TOK I A l.'S
Norn k. As we intend to m-.ve away
from thiscity. we call everybody's attention
who has work at C. Ihidi-r Un.'... 11
commercial avejiii". Winter's blot k. to take
it out by Mondav, June 'J ltd.
Do.'ili'i' in Ice
line. Winters' Work.
i.IKH IJi.S A.M COMMISSION MKJtl HANTS.
STIIATTOX Jc DIUD,
37 OHIO LEVEE.
A OEM'S AMERICAN POWDF.Ii ( OMP'Y
W.STlun..N.-:,!ro. T. Iliui.. Mi.-uuri.
ICE HVTHE CAR LOAD ORTON. WELL
PACKED FOR SHll'PIMt.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o km- .;.
Cor. Twelfth Street iiinl I.evee.
jcK! 1CK! ICK!
I ACOJI Ivlki;,
Nu. I .'.'. ai.d
Wi.imv, Ty ii. i. t.. v-. 1 m .ur. i noma Williams .'iim
..........v...... ii.ii.ii i ii . i ii.ii i. - v on- -
cert and variety entertainment. The Tue-lay evening, about du-k.
lirogramme will be mad up of violin. I.mii- ' i . . -, , .... .
! " . ' ' " obtoti-d an interview with her. What
jo, Imiic and guitar solos, Ethiopian n- 1
train, burlesques, gl.-is, choruses. ig, ,r;l"P'",l during tin- l.ri-f time they
(.iiiiiiii n i iihjii i -."iiaooiis. iMie-iciw SKeleh'
Songs, ilances, etc. Open at
Performance commence at s.
oi k .
were together i not known, us another
lady who was in (lie parlor w hen McNamee
The fo.,w;ng preamble ;M1 reoiii,i..n
m i : . .. .1
the iCni.'l i , '- ; Foil EvANsvii.t K.-.-The beauiiful and , inadehia, atv-e aros.. and l-fl, leaving
tlie Klllght ol the M.VM.e Krew held Inst ' .1..... i.ii....: 1
jtr)t. ; 1 '"""I. io.eii.i.i.. -i. i.iainiiiki
" ' . lliaster. will leave th-port of Cairo at idle
lll-.lt;-. , 1! n ,-. I.e. -ieli',-, n!v- r,.i ,, ,t-t ... I -ii. i ,
on the s.iviu .1 1.... "'i ' I"1,1"' o-l.sk alUilLiy IilKl.t. J.,,,.. -.-.. for an ex
been ii.tltiei'eeil by ...-fide pressure', nd 1 ('ursi,m ,ril' '" I'-vrtn-v t : tr- and return, inmate of th- lion... were sliirlh-d bv hear
by "ther societies in ti-ir maimi r of ar- Those who participate . jv,. v.,,,,.
ranging io, the coming F..-., of J.,y j day night and all day .Mo:l-v"i Eians . in- "'" "' ,wo
ville; plenty of lime to s-e ell tliiit i.. t. be ''lely ran to the parlor, wln iv Mi N'amee
I i -1 1 1 togetlli'l.
A!.. nit fiv.- minute after Ibis the other
celeorati hi ; .mil.
Wukiilas. iv!d r. .
f .iu.se oi con.ider.il.ie
Ihe success Mi I he aH'.i:: . t
Res i!vc I. That V.
Mystic Krew. bavin;; 1 1.
in hand at the r. ipie.n
(rally, propose to run i: I
of thi Nfii'tv and tic i
't,,. I',', ' '''."" '" ''eautiful eilv. On ihe n-t
., i, ;. ! '"P. ' bdev.ilii will leave L'vaiisviile
" 7'i', iirnvuc;
' ' - Ii..
K 'U; ?".tl! .
oine ''uedav dealt
p ... ii.. .
,i j , ,, " i i- i - i ne i iiisi i ii .-. rooms now i ic-
propose to lie inllueiiceii in any iiin:in r I ' ' bt II nry Krulmiu. a a hakcrv.
I.V oi:V.,,ie pressure ,
Cl.AI OK WlNTKK,
O. (1. R. II. S.
roriier..t Mth uti t and Washington avi -
V": V"T particulars apply to Henrv
r roh in a.
wits found liug dead, shot throu.;h the
Old tile wife Hlieoli-cioll
an I djing. the ball entering
just in fi.i it of ih left ear, ranging back
ward anil lo.ii:ing near the bu.e of the
blaill. She w.i alive lit ten o'clock btl
night, though all hope of her recovery are
I lll."l!AI. A.: v ,iu .-tii'Mit- ir.inte mi C'ou.-ljjiillielits
M 4 lil 1 i.::ll i
To Fill Dialer. Wholesale p Retail, nt
Flnur u i , 1 In. i
at tiik Citv linrwiaiv
THK ('(il'RsE OF .H 'STICK.
IA Itfh.i! it), l.ei.pre .M.,t.!i-.-,i.-, .,i,ii,.u. Li,-.!
niiil C.iiniii.. " i.url linii-i: Ni.e.,j
rei i . i - i
i oe lanoaic co'. n aojoiirncn vcstcrMuv i
lllilil inxt Week.
- The circuit court adjourned at iim i,
i Meiday to Friday.
-Two ordinary drunk wvie bel'me j
Judge Hird yesterday. They were in-.,!- 1m,.,w It-P: i
v., 1,1 ,., .1 II ..... .'11 ... 1,1
iii, mi' i i iii.ei not iav a mill on me Hol
lar. Punishment -ch.iiu-gaiig.
.Mks Lee, Who moves ill the bet cir
( des of our worst society, called nj.ou Ju,.
lice 'oiiiiiig ye-ti rd-iy, in response .. aj
le-r.ii le.e-1 .ii,... , ....... I I ... f ..I I.. L-i I
" n'" "iiiir.i.' .nee. ,.,-,, M1 ,.,.
nan. aim uui appearing in court was lined '
ten dollars, for conduct unbecoming i.r !
- in" complaint was made ,v
jealous sister, Wa afterward iisl o,ei
be malicious, and the line wa not eoleei-.,,
-Samuel Ditcher i, a vairnuil. lie ha
been loalln:; about town for week-, w ithout
a I lank ai count, wiihoul credit or cadi, or
Oilier visihle means ol' ir ii.iim I'v.l'.l I '
" - - "" , l1 !.. i , , .. . .
lb- si-omsa hewerof ,od . a draw t of ' 0:LH LlwilTll sTKCKT. Ali:o. Illinois, j " ""-."""w l"l' sliipinent pfompllv i-
w n.T. but admlii the man whose wit c:n. ; 1 ,,',1,',,l '' '"W consunici's aml.H
bles him P. livenpoi, the ,weai ,-f .;,,.,.. j I CM ! ICK! WW. V't ( ! K J Jnaiiufiui nuts we arc piepa red tu W
Justice Robiiison, Hiifiirtuiiately for Mr. i m r -i' wvwvwi l''.v "' iilillitily, by the ni.tiiHi or yir.
al uniform rates.
CAIRO CIT ( (.', L C(b
ffin.ii'.l.li- i.rl.-e. ..ml In i.iitiniU.' ii fn.iii I..., I .
n.iunl In ear lnml liilH mnl will ciniinnlec In earrv i Ilofllee nti wlinrDinat furl of fllli Fiwrl : offlf r
iairiMiHiiiiii ii hi'tnigh Ilia iieiiaiiii. Leave iililer lit llnllldnv lirnllier. iiiieim e SI Chnrles UmtO
oi'-fl'l 'land. I Ihiveilhii Mills. Teiiil.ilisire,.ir..l t: iMiinp-fol
(M t M ,v- SlililllAN. ol Thirltel irl offliliav, er 1'ust oili.-e ilni..r :i
yocm & SKKHIAX,
1 1 ALLIDAV HKOTJIKKS.
' AlliO. IIMNulS.
JiCAI KU- IV
CHAIN, Fl.om AXD HAY.
Highest Cash Pi iee Pui.l fbr Wlicut.
Ffirineis' Tolmcco Warcliouse
("iieml Coiiiinissioii Merchant,
ai.d !:7 f.'iiiini r . ( ' . , .... f , . ,.
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Dilchet, could not coincide witli hi preii
linr view mi economic iniilter. ami gave
h;,nt tweiiiy ihree days on the gang, where
it is hoped he win experience a change of
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are nnw prepared In fill iirdera fur pure Luke lee nl I
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"itlers fop ci,i ,y the car-load, tin'