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y II. SMITH, JR., M. I).
Ofltre and Ilcslilcncf :
VP ai T1HRTKENTH STRKKT. CAI1IO. 11-1
fj W. DUNNING, M.I).
Office and ItisMowo :
OrTH'E-N.W. ror. Sixth t., near Ohio Levee
UKslDKNt'E-ioriier Walnut and Ninth utrveu.
jyi k. w. wihtlock,
i iprtrr;- No. W, f'i)mtiu'rcl:il Avenue, helween
ti.ijlitli una Miilh Street.
jyi W. C. JOCELYN,
1 ) 1) Is' T 1ST.
OITIcK Kljrhtli str.rt. mur Commercial Avenue.
ATT( HtNKVS -AT-I.A W.
C P. WHEELER,
OKKIi'K Cililn Live... I't. Fourth anil Sixth t.
J l.NEUAlt ii LANSDEN,
Attoi'i teys-at- La v.
OFFICE -No. US Commercial Avenue.
lifVie m authorized ti) atiuouuce II. C. LOK-
LIS aa a candidate fur ShorUI of Alexander county,
vnnjrrt to the uVcWmii of thu people, at tlie eleclton
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morninsr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPKR OF THK CITY AXD COUNTY.
('mho, III,, June .1. ISTS (
Time. Bar. Thr. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
i ii. ni. w.nt
Maximum Thermometer, ?7; Minimum Tlu-r-
nwuniur, ;n ; itainiall, u.tu Inch.
JAMKS M. WATSON,
Sera"! Signal Service, f. S. A.
Wasted. A good Cook, apply to Mrs.
A. J. Bird, Seventh street.
VisiToits to our city should not leave
without first looking through Stuart's stock
of dry goods and get .his prices.
Kotu k. Parties who have not redeemed
work left ut the jewelry store of C. Under
& Dro., are hereby notified that it can here
fter be found at the establishment of Ed
wird A. Under, corner of Eighth street and
vnoice uucon, iiiuns, Mutes, SlioulUers,
ii. it .... i
Dry and Salt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg ami Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon.
etc., etc., nil iu good stock and for sale nt
market price. W. P. Wmoirr, .
Nos. 70 ami 71 Ohio Levee,
r,,. . I
(',r( lllt l'""rt whs engaged inclinn-
eery business yesterday.
Ilinl WHU IVit Iv
his severe illness.
Steel rails have been ordered for the
Cairo and Vincenncs railroad
The majority of the court-house ofli-
nals are sanguinary gentlemen. They
thirst for human gore.
Burklow was taken to Vienna, in cus
tody of the Sheriff ot Johnson county, by
yesterday morning's train on the Cairo and
Hcv. Dewee.se remained over from Fri
day night, and occupied himself yesterday
in a general survey of the town and its pul
u. Miwyer, late general freight
agent ot the Cairo and Vinceniies railroad,
now general manager of the Continental
line, with Mr. C. S. Wyght, were, in the
Our Congressman. Mr. Win. Hartell.
was in the city yesterday, looking hearty
unu enjoying tlie greetings of hi many
menus Here, jje is making a tour of the
district, and will Ichvc to-day for Metrop-
-There will be a meeting of the Alex
under county bar, on Monday morning at !
clock, at tho court lion t'i consider the
iieainoi jmige N.lncy Hreese. A full at
tendance of the members is desired.
Miss Minnie Hills returned from ('in
einuati Friday by the C. & V. U. where slut
liailjl.ecn visiting the last six weeks, accom
pnuied by Miss Mamie Owen who will re
main in our city a few weeks, the guest of
Preaching by Eld. Ii. ('. Drwcse Mt
the Christian church. Eighteenth street,
this forenoon and evening at the iismtl
hours. Morning subject: An Excellent
Oiurch. Evening: ur Oblations to
Christ. A cordial invitation is emended.
The regular ipmrteily concert of thu
various Sunday-schools m the cilv will
take place this afternoon ni the ('liristhiu
rhurch.on Eighteenth street t ;i ((.iH k.
All friends to the cause are especially in
vited to be present and bring their Testa
ment. Ilelievolent I'llion No. a ( colored i' gave
a festival last night at the hall of the
colored temperance club on Washington
venue, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. For several hours al'ler dusk
the hall nnd w.ilk in front nf
it were thronged with visitors nnd spectators.
It was a sort of basket festival parlies
bringing with them tlcir own edibles.
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Tin- K. M. K. C. clelration will lie,
to say tlic least, the grandest ever given in
this city liy uny organization, I he ('Xjti'n-
sosof the crew, so fur. have ureatlv exceeded
those of any former celebration, while the
subscriptions of citizens have also liccit
liberal. We atliniro the pluck of the young
men who compose this society, und hope
their efforts wilt he rewarded in a manner
satisfactory to themselves and to the public.
The following letters reiunin uncalled
for in the Po.st-oflicc tit Cairo, ou Saturday,
June 20, H"X: Averv Mattie', Allen Bettie;
Baird Mrs. J. J.; Bouchct Jennie; Barber
Mary; Bennett Celia; Harry Mrs. J.;' Bow-
num Lizzie; Downey Mary; Downing Sara;
FWier Kate; Flerny Mahala; Fielder liar
rett; Fleiiov Mollie; Gibson Kate; (left
Mary; Harris Caroline; Hopkins Hattie;
Hampton Cora; Hendricks Jennie; Hutchi
son Millie; Iowa Lizzie; Jones Minnie;
Macklin Lizzie; Reynolds N. J.;
Robeson Annie; llecvcs W. O.; Sweeny
Mary: Sailcs Sarah; Smith llosctta;
Taylor Martha; White Mahala;
Allison V. W.; Able. Clarence; Anderson
James; llryant David; Humes Geo. W.;
Brown Isaac; Billiard Win. P.; Bird Whish
itus; Casey E.; Cas?y M. E.; Cray ton Rnfe;
Clark S.; Devinu Dennis; Freeman Albert;
Foster Thos.; Foley Thus.; Grigg, N. M.;
Harrington Hobt.; Hutcher N.; Johnson
This.; Plater Chns. W.; Parks John; Peas-
ley J. W.; Pieehnian ().; Pracht Hobt;
Parker Willis; Roth F. W.; Strong F. H.;
Snallcy John; Taylor J. II.; Thomas W.;
Van Ileoutan I). W.; Vaime John; Wooten
Geo.; WhiterleW Joe.; Whalen P. 11.;
Handsomest line of Crepe Lisse and
Tarlatan collerettes ever shown in this city,
and at thu lowest prices. Stuart's exclusively
cash dry goods house. Eighth street.
WlNTKlt's PllorooKU'llir Oau.ehy.
Strangers in the city, or those intending to
visit Cairo, aro invit-d to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, nnd examine specimens of hi work on
Fon Sale. At the Lumber Yard of
J. S. McOahey, corner 20th street and
Washington avenue. One two horse Moline
Wagon, one Moline platform spring picnic
Wagon "Piano IJo.x." Also 1,000 Cedar
posts and building material of all kinds
at prices to suit the times. Lumber sold
in cur load hits ut bottom prices.
Cairo, Ills., June 29, IS1H.
A PLEASANT AFFAIR.
Tweuty Kour llourHol' Mlmourl llnuitulity An
. Kxeeedilltflv Plfuyiint Tln I
Thoso of our vounsr oeoole who went
to Missouri on Fridav .mornin.r t t,,k.
part in the picnic and fishing party given at
Brewers lake be Mr. and Mrs. Steohen
Bird, returned home yesterday enthusiastic
over their snort, and lml in imww r
tbeir Iwniiul lui.t I iiui,UI, n, .i...
I ---"i'"-. ...... i. wn, .-.n. 'ill mj; uu;
ineiiaypartvwereiomet v number of vomer
I folks of Charleston. At mum nftr ui..,.l.
-., ,...v. uu-
., the i.K.rnin.r . .till' ri.if,, l .u..
in sl),lui( (iMII,,, .,.., "M,v
'i " i j
ii.iltnki.ii nl' mi. I it,.
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relished by all. After this, owing to the
apiH-arance ot threatening clouds and a
heavy wind having sprung up, the party be
took themselves to the house of their
friends, where the remainder of the tlay was
spent in the popular amuseinents of shooting
ata mark, croquet, etc. At the former, Miss
Aunin Hunter, sister of Mrs. Bird, who
added greatly to the enjoyment of the as
seinbly by her pleasing manners and
kindly attention, showed remarkable skill
liir liioeeinir ftwi liourt nl m, ntn.l.i .:,l,
Millni, rilll! ut .
having come, again the guests were invited
to partake of a sumptuous repast, and then
preparations for a dance began. Parker's
xtring band of this city was there, and
notwithstanding the warm weather, this
amusement was kept up until a late hour.
when the guests of the hospitable twain,
weaned bv their lonir feast
f,,,,, W4.r(. ,'oinfortablv ensconsed
downiest of downy beds, ami soon foum
rest iu pleasant dreams of their glorious
nays sport. A Heavy rain Icving set in
about day break yesterday, the party w,:s
unable to take leave of their kind host and
hostess, as they had Intended doing, and the
moriiinir was passed away in card-nlaviii!
ami other games, which afforded much
amusement for all. The affair from be
ginning to end was one of genuine enjoy
incut and recreation, and Mr. and Mrs,
Bird may rest assured that it matters not
what may be the future of those who were
their guests, the recollect! nof this occasion
will ever remain fresh in the memory of
each ami every one, nnd will be looked
back to with real pleasure.
Gknt's Suinmer I'nderwear at prices to
close. Seethe Gossamer undershirt at 2.ic.
Nainsook undershirts rcducd from 7." nnd
$1 to .VI and ;.1e.
Sivaht, Eighth street.
ECHOES FROM A VISIT TO VIENNA.
Some Keinnrku of a I'ermiiml N ill lire Aluinl Mull-
The Johnson County Yeoman regrets
that a young gentleman who lately visited
lcniuoli an Odd-Fellow's dav did llol
get anythingjio eat. Our young men are
not ot the class that falls to get at good
table things when they are as plentiful as
they were at Vienna last Suiuhiy. Every
old uml young man front Cairo came iiwny
is full of chicken and other good eating as
whs ever a Methodist preacher at general
Till-: DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
The Johnson county Yeoman: "Wo
have already heard some of tho Cairo peo
ple, who spent Sunday with us, express thu
wish and intention of making another trip
to Vienna, and spend a day with our people.
They say they like our people. This is
gratifying news to know that tho hospitali
ty and the courtesy of the citizens of our
county aro so highly appreciated. We
extend to them the assurance that they will
bo welcomed at any time.' Really, the
people of Vienna are good people to vis't.
Their hospitality has becomo proverbial
The Johnson county Yeoman, xpeaking
of the late cemetery dedication tit Vienna,
says: "If anyone failed to get plenty to
eat, it was not on account of scarcity of
provisions." Very true. Our experience
on that occasion led us to believe that
Johnson county is the veritable land of
The same paper says; "Thos. McNally,
editor of the Cairo Bulletin, attended the
dedication here last Sunday. He is
young man, of winning demcuaor and
and a perfect charmer of young ladies
hearts; so say the girls." We would take
this to otirself with blushes, but candor
compels the confession tlmt we were mis.
taken for the lleau lkumuiel of Tiik
Un.i.KTix. Our friend Farrisgot mixed
Mr. McNally is a creature of the imagina
tion a myth; but Mr. L. C. Shuckcrs,
evidently the person intended by the above,
is a living reality in good clothes, of !-win
ning demeanor a perfect charmer of young
ladies' hearts. So say the girls." We
both are young, buthe is beautiful.
liniKLOW'S LAST STATEMENT.
A Kl ItTIir.ll ItEVIliW OK SOME OF TIIK I'OISTS
OK IMS CASK A TOU UIXU Al'I'KAl, IN UK
HALF OF 1I1S W IKK AM) CIIILD I1KO.I KSTS
OK THE DOOMED MAX.
Caiho, I m.s., June 2, 1878.
To The Cairo llulk'llu:
Deaii Sin : As my time is near at an end
I wish to let in as much light on the sub
ject which carries me to death as I can, so
that people mayjudge of it after I am no
more, as fairly as justice may nllow, for that
is all I claim. I do not think I got it. I
was placed in n prison outside of the county
the same day on which my troubleoccurred,
and remained there until the second dav of
court at Vienna. This deprived me of uny
chance to procure such evidence as existed
in my behalf. My wife was the only one
who could help me in this, and she was
taken sick a few days after I was placed In
jail in Cairo, and had to be taken to her
sister's in Randolph county. She had
then, as she has now, the club with which
Wagner drove me into my own house, and
she was not able to attend my trial nt
Vienna. The friends from whom I expected
help were not there, and I was forced into
the trial unprepared, without a witness.
Being in prison I could )md no means of
communication with them. After I was
sentenced it was too late, although then it
was found out that there were several who
heard Wagner make threats against me.
Mr. Virgil Bris k, who heard mid saw all
the dilltciilty, was at Mcl'ansboro, and I
had to go to trial without bill). If I had
had plenty of money I would never have
been sentenced to die. Now, I don't claim
I did right, but under the circumstances I
was justifiable to some extent. It is wrong
to kill, but it seems just as hard to be
killed or trampled on by others, and to
have my family abused at their own home.
This last fact is known to many who were
our neighbors. I hope my God will
forgive me, if the people do not,
for he is all I can depend on;
and I hope he will also forgive
nil who have wronged me. Iain at peace
w ith everybody, and when I give up my
life I hope they will lie satisfied, and treat
my wife and child with respect and kind
jiess. I have some good family connections,
and 1 hope my fate will not bring disgrace
on tlicm. 1 think this will he my last
writing. It may be read on the day of my
execution. But I d not wish to complain,
as I must put up with what fate has allotted
lo me. There are three witnesses who
testified in my case, whom I would like to
be present at my execution. I would like
to ask them a few oiiestions, if thev will
comfort me so much. They ur" Lewis Me
Carver. Frank Vandoser and II. L. Boron.
I do not wish thi'in to think that I mean
any harm, for I do not. Nowr I .wish for
some good, responsible men to go to Chap
man & Hess' mill, and stand at the
saws where Vandos.T and Murphy Worked
at the time of this fuss, nnd place a man
where Wngiicr stood and a man where I
stood and let all the saws be running as
they were at the time of this trouble, uml
see whether any sound uUi'rod while the
saws are In motion can b:i heard. I want
it done, because it was sworn against me
that Wagner said: "llurklow, don't shoot,"
These words were never spoken, for I was
tenor fifteen fit closer to him than any
one; and cerlaiu'y could have heard it if it
was uttered at all, I hope some uitin will
attend lo this wh n I am gone and satisfy
the people on this point; 1 am writing this
for the people, Imping they may be sntis
lled after my death as to whether I have re
ceived juslice. Mr. Editor, please send
me a copy of the, paper, so that I can retain
it unlit the day of my execution,
Your unfortunate friend,
A. H. Ill iiKiow.
iJrKUY. Why will men smoke commoii
tobacco when they can buy Marburg P.ro'
"Si.l of North Carolina" at the s;iiiie price?
SUNDAY MOKNINQ, JUNE 30, 1878
Llletiry MstiKeySlmnU Diilmey .InUnnon. tnltlellnir
m Hevere hut nut Omir,i-.,ti.i w.. i L.t ...v
Bhiunjj tho Colored I'opuliillou.
The readers of Tub Bulletin can doubt
less recall to mind an ntfrny occurring
about six weeks since between Win. Mas-
sey and Minor Johnson, in which the hitter's
skull was laid open by a blow from u hoe
in the hands ot the tormer. Being both
colored, it occasioned considerable talk
among their own people, at the time,
Massey was arrested uml fined for tlx
ii , i . . ,
assauir, ami Hearing unit an effort was
being made to have him indicted, he left
town. On Wednesday last he returned
and made some threats about Dabney
Johnson, brother of Minor, Dabney yester
day morning was ut work on Pa tier's new
building, and when the rain came up, about
eight o'clock, in common with tho other
hands, suspended his labors, lie had heard
of some of Massey 's threats made that
morning, and being anxious to avoid him,
started for his home, on the corner of Sev
enteenth and Poplar streets. Beaching
Nineteenth nnd Poplar he halted, where
he was confronted by Massey, w ho applied
insulting epithets to him. Johnson re
sponded in strong language, nnd Massey,
without more ado, pulled his pistol and
tired three shots at Johnson, one striking
him just behind the left car, inflicting a
severe and painful, but not dangerous
wound. One of the other balls lodged in
the hand of a bystander, and n general
scattering took place of those who had gath
ered around to witness the row. Massey took
to his heels, and found refuge in the house
of his parents, on Poplar street, between
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets.
He was pursued by Aid. Foley, Sheriff
S.iup, and a crowd of negroes. When near
the house, Aid. Foley advanced to the door
from a lositioii directly in front of it, while
Shirilf Satip dismounted and apponmched
along walk the lcudiiig to the door. Atthis
juncture Massey leveled cocked pistol at
Mr. Foley, and would have doubtless per
forated that gentleman had not the sheriff
dropped his revolver on Massey, command
ing him to lower his weapon, or take the
consequences. At this Massey retreated
from his place inside the window to the
middle of the room, followed by the sheriff
and others of the crowd. Massey was ar
rested and taken to the county jail, but on
the way thither a large crowd of negroes
gathered about the officer and his prisoner,
threatening all sorts of violence to the lat
ter. It was not without some dilli-
cufly that he was lodged in jail. John
son is a hard-working, industrious, inof
fensive fellow, his only crime in Massey 's
eyes being that he was a brother of Minor
Johnson, whom Massey did not like. On the
other hand, Henry and his brother John
Massey are known as idle, good-for-nothing
vugiilioiids, constantly seeking quarrels and
reckless as to their mode of getting out of
them. The nfl'air was u topic of conversa
tion among our colored citizens during the
day, and the universal opinion was that
Cairo should bo rid of the Massey ut the
earliest jsissible moment. Drs. Wardner
and Sullivan examined Johnson's wound,
and determined not to probe it at this time.
Soilul Science ami linlii'rel Si lmol
r l.tt lun . I
The second meeting of the society was
held at the residence of Mrs. L.J. Kitten
house, Thursday evening, June"i7th. The
following named ladies and gentlemen
graced the gathering with their presence,
the "sterner sex" being specially invited:
Mesdames Uittenhoiise, Caiidee, Wardner,
Winter, Fisher, lloupt, Sehuckers, Leigh
ton, (lilliert and Edholm. Messrs. Kitten
house, Caiidee, Fisher, Edholm, Winter.
Sehuckers and Leighton.
The President, Mrs. H. II. Candee, call
ed the meeting to order, and read the min
utes of previous meeting.
The constitution and by-law
which had been prepared by the secretary
were then read, amended and adopted, sec
tion ly section, the gentlemen showing
how dear to the masculine heart is the right
of siill'rage by immediately paying the fee
of 'i't cents.
The work which had been prepared by
the directors was then distributed, each
lady taking home a garment to make.
Report of the cimnnittee on solicitations
was then read. Messrs. (iohlstinc A Rosen
water very kindly contributed a bolts of
calico, I yards cambric, 2 yards muslin,
8 yards liourrctte, bolt of trimmings. 1 1
pair ot kid gloves, I pair corsets, 3 neck
ties. Mesdames Winter, Shuckers and Kit
tenhoii.e also made generous donations,
Our warmest thanks are hereby tendered to
those liberal donors. Mr. Ilaiiny too
donated seven yards of delaine,
which was Immediately sent lo the
school, and for which we are very grateful.
Sundry niatlers of business wi re dispatched
and the society adjourned to meet on the
fourth Monday evening of July nt the res!,
deuce of Mrs. Dr. Wardner, to which all
interested iu the work are cordially invited,
We sincecely hope thai the g I Indies of
Cairo out of the kindness of their warm
womanly heails, and for the sake of their
own lillle ones, will come out in large niinu
hers mid ii' sl t us in this practical work of
relieving and H'tcnting the homeless,
motherless g!t,. of our Slate. Ills little
work for each of us with our swift machines
to make one plain garment a month, but
thirty or forty garments per month make
hupp)' the little mies wlio.se lives have been
so full of inhory.
Mils. II. II. Caniikk, Presldi'iil.
rjlIIE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
VP f ' P lUIPfittH,
Above r-arlor Floor, excepting
HOOMS WITHOUT HO
A X ELKO S , N TJtj-STA 1 1 A NT
JJUKEKA ! EUPiEKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance ( ompaiiies.
Widows' axd Okm'iians' M vital Aid Society
Organized July 4. HTT
uu.li-r the !) or tue State of i;i!m,l
N. B. TIIISTI.EWOOD. Pkksiukst.
MHS. P. A. TAYI.OI!. Vict Puksii.knt. J. A. GOI.DSTINE. Tiik. wheh.
Dll. J. J. (JOHDON, Mldii ai. Advismk. 'i HOMAS LEWIS, Slcuktahv.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
I MHS. 1". A. TAVNUI,
N. 11. TIIISTI.EWOOD,
MISS KATE I.. YOCl ,
.1. .1. (.OIllHlN,
J. A. OOI.isTISE.
MHS. s. A. .WIlKS,
ItrVur pnrtl, -alar. Inquire at the office, corn, r s,.trnih alreet and Commercial avenue. Wlnl-raM hick.
MtY HOODS. KTC.
The largest wholesale ami retail It v
Goods ami Clothing House in this City; !
are receiving new GimmIs daily ami aiY i
oll'cring great hargaiiis iu the most hand- 1
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS !
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Ymi
rcttes, nnd a trroiit many other new
styles of Dress Goods. Fans, Etc; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
call and see their stock. i
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cap Lionels ii Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Shrct .uhILpvw,
JCH! ICK! ICK!
J Acou Klek,
In now Prepared
To Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
OPMi K AM) l K Ilol HK AT TIIK ClTV Itltr.WKItV.
I cti! I vol I CO I
V)CUM iV: SKHHIAN,
C(UI.Ni:i KH.IITII sTItKKT.CAfltO. ILLINOIS.
ICK! ICK! ICK! ICK! ICK!
Al the uiiim i nf KIdIiI utreel anil Ohio Levee, we
an- miH nti'lMired to illl orders for pmn Lake lc nl
rea.oinililu prices and In iiamitleii ot IVinu ten
ionuil In car Imul lots and will nuiirnntee to rarrv
cajto tlii'imli llie neimon. Leave nrilers at
thu old muiiil,
YOCCM & SUItlllAN.
TO $3 PER DAY.
Front Itooma and liooms with Bulli.
Alt J). 81 TO 8f PKK DAY.
CON N Et.TED A 1TH Tills HOUSE
AIR O .
Copyrlcbt.'d July . is, nIt,,.r , 0j
MHS. K. ( . KOKD,
S. I). AY KM,
tiUOCKRS AM) COJIlIlssKi.v MKRCIIAXTS.
Who lksale Gi;ocki.s
IT OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN I'OWDERt OMP'Y
1n i i'o,
T. ill tan. Mi.oi:ri.
' AIIKJ. ILLINOIS.
GRAIN. FLOI R AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Fnrmcrs Tobacco Wnivliousp
(ieneral Commission Merchants,
No. Ii". and p.T ( i.innier- i
e.l Avenue, )'
IIIIKIIAL A.lviiiici iiM.titi. made on Con-ltfiimenls
I i'lni'1 ii. Hour anil llmln.
I 'iu -a disc,
Orders for Coal hy the car-loml. ton or
In hogsheads for shipment promptly at
tended to. To large consumers uml all
inaimtiictiirers we are prepared to sup
ply any qniiiitity.by the month or year,
nt uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
llOlllce ou Khnrrlmni i: i .......
H..IU.I i. f r-n.ii pirrei; niiici' in
iiailltliiv llroihern. itn,n est. i ii.ui.,. n,ui,i,
. AM. Vlll"Tw',!,ll,l'"" tt'oal ti I til III p. Toot
l llilrly el itr.l lllilruu Kr I'uaiuillie drawer .ikm.