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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: HI DAVMOKN L i, AL(iLVl IG, 187b.
yr il. .SMITH, M. I).
Office nml Residence :
KO. 21 TIIir.TEESTlt BTREKT, CAUtO, ILL-
1 DlXNING, M.D.
Offlr tntl BflJtnoc :
OFKK'E-N. W. cor. Sixth t., near Ohio Utco.
UEMUENCE turner nainui uu .sinm i
U. E. V. WHITLOCK,
Ornci-'So. l.V. Commercial Avenue, between
lk'bltl anil Mutll HtrwU
H. W. C. JOl'ELYN,
OFFICE-Eitfhtb Street. near Commercial Avenne.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE-Ohlo Lcvei', bet. Fourth al .Sixth t.
JIXEGAR & LAXSDEX,
OFFICE So. tl-l Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morninjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFIi'l.tL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY. I
For Columbus, Hickman aud New Madrid I
S&l T. T. HILLMAX,
JOSEPH AMBR03 Master.
' LEAVES CAIKO EVERY
TUESDAYJHl'ESDA Y and SATUBDAY
For fr.-isfht or t'";,'e apply on Halliday Jc Phil
lip usn ioai, or 10
JAMES EIOOS, Aijetit.
M Ohio Leree.
jAIliOCTll rhllhl CO.
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Were authurizfd .o atiuouuie lli: name of
Samuel liril'y of Haxluwood s a Candidate fur
County CommUnioner of Alexander coun'y at the
distillia November election.
tiTWv are authorized to aunouueu John llni!.'.-
n a candidate for .Sheriff of Alexander county at the
cnsiiin:,' November election.
CWe are authorized to announce II. C. L)K
MX a a landldute for Sheriff of Alexander rnnii'v.
Ulliject to tlie deelsloa oflhu iieople at the eiectlou
I u Sovvmlier next.
Sionai. Oinrr. I
C'aiiot, 111., An r. i:, 's?'. f
Time. iUr. 'i'.ier. Ilnm. Wind. Vel. Weather.
6:tt n. m Wi.cm
i p.m. if.i.fci
3:W !W. Mil
Maximum Therinometer, hhCj Jliulmuin Ther
mometer, 71 s ; llalufall, ,uu Inch.
W. II. itAY.
tSer't Signal Corpn, V. b. A.
Du. W.C.Jocei.vn, dentist, will he found
at his office on Eiirhth street and is m-nnar-
el to give entire satisfaction in all branches
of dentistry at low rates.
Notice. On and after Monday, August
19, and until further notice, the .Str. James
Fisk, Jr., will leave Cairo at 4 p. m. instead
f 5 p.m. as heretofore. H. E. TAYLOit.Citpt.
Take Notice Notice is hereby given
to all persons not to harbor my wife, Lcttic
Young. Anyon'j disregarding this notice
will b: held resjurtisilile under the law.
t'.ix A'irast 12. Uli.
rv.n, win, know they
l.hvt wc-SEt nith thrj undersigned an;
fuy.-v-'l Vj'.h'A hrid adjust the same by
ya.e;.r. ,;.Jt. or otherwise without
o xr. I hive (ill business settled
1" ; n :.V. .. of s i u.'-t.
7;.-f.,t;tr!r.'y lot U-uX of the Methodist
.: ::.) :.! !-t hi-).l jn the hy.t'ire p,m of
Oit-, v-n o'chx.k, Sunday nioniiiig
r.ei It.v. M:. M'irrwn will preach his
ff'.j; y r.:iori i, C veu i,V t Mi, jm.
K."3'.iV.:y s.f-.- r the -r.;n will adminis
ter t:,e yr.::n-., eft),- Lord', .upper.
t i.l,... T. ... .1. ' i . . .
" ' '- ' " e- pro, i. i;i
the city on bti.im ... II . ..,,Uj m i!:
Mr. John lltin. a i.ronr.iu nt and nu.
cntial clti.en of Vie-nn-i, -4. i (. y lt,t
uight on his way hom'e f,m K'-ntii. ky.
-Were.-ret to l:.nn t!, it Mr. JI, p,.,,.
insou was suddenly tke:, in yeterdiiy
inorniiig about ten o'i luek. H.. Was re.
ported improving last night,
Maj. H. W. Hulliday left ye.ti.r,,,y for
Khelxiygan, in answer to a telegram an
nouncing the eriou illness of one of
Mr. 11, II Cunningham writes from
Cape May to Dr. Dunning that hlmn-lf un,i
family are mioiinilng tli.ru uml ure all iu
Messrs, John II. Olicrly nnd John (J.
Illinium left tlio city by river liiHt evening
for Goleonda, wlicro Mr. Oherly makes hi
first speech of tlio ciimpaigji this evening.
Mr. Louis 8huckcrM,nrmcd at ull points
with the ncecsMiry documents, left for Gol
eonda lust night to canvass Popo and Mas
sac counties for The Weekly Cairo Hit
i.ktis ami Josh Allen.
Hon. John I. Cram, member of the
state Ixwd of equalization for this district,
was in tlio city yesterday on his way homo
from Springfield, where he went to attend
a meeting of the lxmrd
Tlio following is from the Puducah
Sun of Monday : "Miss A. Alvord, of Cairo,
who has been visiting the family of Col
Pickett, returned to her home on the Fisk
yesterday muruing. Miss Alvord made
many friends during her stay, who regret
The report in circulation in the city to
the effect that Mrs. S. P. Wheeler is lving
seriously ill at one of the Summer resorts
in Wisconsin is not cornet. Mrs. Wheeler
is not sick, but one of her little daughters
was very ill, but we are glad to learn is
The concert at the Methodist church
last night drew out a fair audience, not
withstanding the rain and wind storm that
prevailed in the early part of the evening,
The music, both 'vocal and instrumental,
was excellent and elicited much applause.
Owing to the fact that many who held tick-
ets to the concert were prevented from
I attending by the r.iin and fur other reasons,
it is announced that it will 1 repeated on
net Tuesday evening with some changes of
At a meeting of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, held on Tuesday.
a committee of three ladies from each of
the five wards of the city, was appointed
to secure signatures to a petition requesting
the city council to refuse to issue any more
saloon licenses uides. the party desiring to
take out lieen-? s'mll tir-t present to the
council a petition signed by a majority
of the legal vut.rs, and by a
maiorirv of a!l the women
over eighteen years of age in the ward in
which the saloon is located. These com
mittees were out yesterday obtaining signa
tures to the petition, but with what degree
of HIccinn iliini.l know Tf is tin.
W. C. T. K li concluded to earn- the v;ir
against spoons into Africa.
WlNTKH's PlIuTOOltAI'lllC GaM.LUY.
Strangers in the city, or thus.' intending to
visit Cairn, are invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and ashuigtou ave
nues, and examine sjiecimens of his work on
NO MOKE Tli.UNsS KI'.OM THE SulTI! To HE
AI.UlWEU TO PASS TIllloUOlI THE tlTV.
AND ALL STEAM1IOATS HloM UEUiW To UK
I'ltEVENTEI) KHO.M UNLlLS'l AT THIslliliT.
At a mcetin' of the lxard of health
morning it w;is decided
that under the existing Ftate of
at New Orleans, Memphis and othi r south
ern points, that it was no longer safe to al
low trains and lxiats from the south, to
pass throui;h or land at this point, and a
resolution Jto that effect was adopted, to
take effect at 12 o'clock last night.
The train on the Mi-sissippi Central last
I evening brought aliout seventy-five passen
gers from Memphis, twenty-five from New
Orleans, and about thirty from other joints.
The Mcmphii passenger, stated that the
Physicians were advising everybody that
couM 10 lcavc the lhy
Dr. Dunning examined the train on its
arrival at Fillmore and found the passengers
all well, and the cars all thoniiighly disin-
feeted. The train and nasseniers were al-
iowe,i t0 pBss through but not stop in the
Notice. Physicians, accouchists and
midwives, having obtain d certificates from
the State Hoard of Health, and who have
not had them recorded, as the law directs,
are notified that they must present the same,
to the county clerk without delav. All
liurtics practicing without said certificates
ure hereby notitied that they are liable to
arrest and fine. h. J. Hi mm,
Cairo, 111., Aug. 10, 187$.
The following resolutions were adojtted
by the I tough and Heady Fire Co., ut a
meeting held at their hall in Cairo, III.,
August ., 17.":
Whereas, The lneinbers of this comiuinv
liave heard with deep and heart-felt regret
of the death of their fricml aiid compan
ion Cha. Weber, one who . for so maiiv
years assiK'iateil with them ns a menilier
and otlicer of thi company, and whose
genial (jUal;ti"s Ii i-1 enie.,"red him to
all connected with him: therefore, be it
Jl'.o.veo, in:u v.e U' -ire (o jiiy our
humble tribute 1 1 his memory, mid io his
many goo' I ipmlities. He u.is a good citi
zen, a warm and generou. fiiend, u loving
and devoteil husband and fotlo r.
ltesolveil, That we de"py deplore and
mourn liis los.. mid join in sympathy with
the sorrow of hi bereaved wii'e and sister.
ltesolved. That as a token of p spect II
leaf of the Journal be y t apart as a tablet
and these resolutions inscribed thereon.
ltesolved, That a copy of these resolu
tion be sent to his wife mi,! nister and fur
nished to the daily li i.i.etin for publica
''" Cham. Ccnuisoiiam.
Smokeiik, if you wish a fluu "Key West"
or "Imported'1 cigar, call at Korsmeycr's
cigar store. It is the only place In tho city
i uhuost duily lu receipt of fresh good.
TIIK DKMIX'IIATIC Cfir.NTV CK.NTHAL COMMIT
TI1K MKKTI.NU VKhTKItllAY AM) WHAT WAH
IX INK A COUNTY (ClNVliNTIllN TO HKI.KCT
A NEW COMMITTKE CAU.En, AM) OTIIKU
WHINES TIUNHACTED THE CAMPAIGN
AM) THE OL'TI.OOK HON. II. T. L1NEOAH
TO 81'KAK ,
A meeting of the Alexander county
Democratic central committee was held
yesterday afternoon at two o'clock in the
office of T. W. Halliday, corner of
Eighteenth street ami Washington avenue
Four members of the committee Chairman
T.W. Halliday, II. P. Illake, Capt. W. M
Williams and D. J. Galligan were present
The business for which the committee was
called together was soon transacted uml nn
Chairman Halliday stated that the com
mittee had met for the purpose of calling a
convention of the Democrats of the county
for the purpose of selecting u
new committee and the transaction of such
other business as might pmprly come be
fore the convention. He -tat.-d that there
seemed to be a difference of opinion us to
the length of time the central committee
should serve some Detwxrats holding that
they were selected for four years, while oth
ers U'lieve the term was only f.v.i
years. For himself he desired that the
question s!ioum ii- settled oy tlie proper
authority, and he believeu that
the Democracy in convention assembled
was the right place to settle it. So far as
he, individually, was concerned.hi was will
ing to serve wherever his fellow Democrats
thought he could Mo the most .Mod." If
he was placed on the committee he would
do his duty to the U-st of his alility.
The matter was discussed at ciwd'Table
length by Capt. Williams, Mr.lT.ake, Mr.
(ia'.ligan, of the committee. County Clerk
Humui and others present, after which the
CALL Foli V CONVENTION
was proposed and iued:
A mass convent in of t!rj Dem -wr it of
Alexander countv le hvM at t'u court
house in Cain) on Taesday. Septemlx-T 3d.
lST1, at 1 o'tloifc, p.m.. for the purine
of electing a new cunty central cominittee.
and the transaction f such other business
as may come before said convention.
r!y or l. r of the Ivtii'Kratic central com
mittee. T. W.H vlli:).v. Chairman.
This convention ii called at an early hour
to accommodate v.t. rs from the country
precincts who ure i rticular'.y re;'ie-:ed to
To he -etti.k;) rv the (.invention.
Tlie subject of noninati.ig a ticket i
county officers a ii.'o.tched. wh-Ii
man HailMaV viid In- K-li.-v.-d tiiat w;ls
question witli wiiieh tin- C'imii.i'.t -. siiOlj'.d
not deal that it sho-Jd .m left w!th the
ceiavention to decide whether or !; it w-
exp'-diT.t t ) nomitcit-.'a coun'y tick-t, an I
this iieing the un'iliitie.Us s.T,ti:n . ::t of ail
tho..- yr, -nt no 'V.rth' t action wis t-.ken
witli referent , to tin- m itter.
ll'.K M.'.V committee.
Chuinilall H:i!!i'l:iV l iie,.d thf? Lew C tl-
tral committ'.-e ''miM Io- comp.'. -d of nine
mender on" from i.mi h pre in-t ia tlie
county. :nd an a I lltri' ;i:a! iu -m Iht fp.in
thecountrv at larg-: witli an tXe'-Uti ve cou-
mitt'.e ot t ir.-e m ;m'j--r. t ae-t subjei t to
heoriersiiftliegener.il comiuitt'-e. Tl.: -si;'.'''s;io:i
s'.-emed V meet with the unani
mous approval of all present, and it is
probable at the assembling of the conven
tion this plan or one similar to it will be
Capt. Williams wanted to know what
was to be done aliout finances to carry on
the campaign. He thought the subject an
imxirtant one, and some action should be
taken with reference to the matter, at this
meeting of the committee. He stated that
the congressional committee had made an
assessment on the several counties in the
district, and that Alexander's proportion
was fill. Of course the cominit
tee would need money to carry
on the campaign in this county, and h.
moved that a committee of three be ap
pointed to solicit funds for the campaign.
The motion was adopted and T. W. Halli
day, Capt. W. M. Williams and II Tin 1:1
Meyer npiointed as such committee.
A DOIT liKMiX HATS.
Chairm in II illid iy laid before the com
mittee several communications from the
Congre-sional committee with headquarters
ut Washington, and from the chairman of
the State Central cominittee with reference
to the distribution of campaign documents.
The subject of ihe cha-acter of the docu
ments and tic manner in which they should
be distributed windiseus.eil ut considerable
length and a plan settled upon. A lit of
names of the in ire prominent and influen
tial Democrats of the county to whom the
documents will be sent was proposed.
Chairman Hallid.iv wax authorized to cor
respond with the congressional and state
central committees with reference to the
Capt. William- stated that Hon. I), T. Lin
egar would address the Democracy of Cairo
on Wednes lay evening, August 21st, and
that as a member of the committee he ha.l
secured Turner hall at tin; corner of Tenth
and l'oplar streits for the occasion. His
action in the matter was approved by the
The balance of the time the cominittee
was In session was devoted to an exchange
of views as to the, prospects for thcpirty
in til': unit -st in which they w.-ru engaged s
and although it was admitted that the bat
tle had only commenced the outlook was
Ottawa, Aug. i:j, Midnight. No dis
turbance has as yet wcurrcd. Tho Orange
men have dispersed, but tlie Catholics, num
bering over three thousand, are still in the
streets, in the vicinity of St. Patrick's hail.
One of the leaders having stated that it
was his intention to march to upper town
and demolish the residences of prominent
Orangemen. Mayor Uange ordered out the
Fixit Guards. They are under command
of Col. Iloss and are now stationed
at the head of .Sussex street, awaiting
orders. Speeches were made by Catholic
leadeis, some of whom counselled the crowd
to act in an orderly manner and uot tight
till they were attacked, and others encour
aging them to march through upper town
and have revenge for last night's proceed,
ings. These inflammatory speeches excited
them, and at one time it was thought the
advice would be acted on. A start was
really made, but Storrs and Lefebre finally
(iicceeiled in making tho crowd alter their
letermiiiation. Union men are all wearing
handkerchiefs around their arms, and aro
armed with hardwood sticks and intend to
remain on the watch till rive o'clock iu the
morning, a rumor having been set afloat
that the Llritons would burn dowu the
The military are now extending in line
cross Sussex street, about ix blocks from
the Unionists, who are still talking loudly
among themselves. The inavor went down
md promised the crowd that if they would
go home he would guarantee that no one
. . . t t . t .t
tuiie ii mem, and it anv damage wa
lone after thev left he would oav for it
himself. This was satisfarctorv to most
of the crowd; and Alderman Steers, who
was in charge of the Communists had al
most persuaded thein to go home, when a
young lawyer named Kehoe, president of the
union told them that tie- mayors oiler Was
not worth anything, and changed the feel
ings of the crowd to such nn extent that
they refused to hear any more from the
mayor, and decided tu remain till daylight.
Fears are vet entertained that they will
come in collision with the military.
Ottawa. Aug. 14. The crowd of Union
men paraded over town till daybreak. The
.MilitMv were kept on duty at the bridges
till after they had dispersed. There is not
much excitement this morning, but further
trouble is exacted to-night.
Ihe root I iuar Is assembled at the armory
full strength to-night in anticipation of
further disturbances, and the police had
orders to clear the sidewalks at dusk. M iv-
r Hangs having determined to preserve the
public p,:aie Was energetically uvdsted by
llbcnl-millilcd Citizens Ot Uitll Sides.
Leaden, of the warring organizations also
urged tiieir partisans to remain at home to-
mofit, and no; congregate in the street.
i" result of m:I tiit. precautions w us that
al eleven o clock the streets Were deserted,
and no further trouble is expected. The
induct ot Kehoe, grand president of the
union, who reliis-d to allow the crowd to
lis;vr.', is generally condemned.
The HKAtKsT J:.r.siN;. A simple,
pure, h:irmie-s remedy, that cures cv, ry
time, an 1 pr-ven's disease by keeping the
b'essi pure, stomach regular, kidney and
liver active, ii the greatest bie-.-ing ever
conferred up.:i man. Ifp Hitters is that
remedy, and it- proprietor? are being bh.-"-
ed by thol'.-tml- who have been s:iVe,
nrei-y i. vu,i you try it: - e oii.it
An A-tom-h.no Fat. A ! irge propor
tion of the American people are to-d iy -offering
from the effect of y.;n-pi.-i. or
'".is: Tdored liver. Tin' re-ult of thee !i.sc;tc
i:jo:: the ma-".- of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
J.'.y a burden in-lead of a plea-ant exi-tence
of . njoymciit an I usefulness. There- is no
g 1 rcaoii for thk if you will only throw
a-ide prejudice and skcptici-in. take the
a ivjee of druggit.s anil your friend, and
try one bottle of (Jreen s Augut Flower,
your speedy relief i certain. Million of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sult in every case. Vou can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses will
relieve the worst cae. Positively hold by
ad druggists on the Western Continent.
S rot k Xotii K. On and after this date,
'all horses, mule, bulls, Uinr, oxen, sheep
and dogs found running ut Urge, will be
impounded. Hogs found running at large
on and after October tirt wiil be impound
ed, n by ordinance provided. This i posi
tive. ('. I). AliThii.City Marshal.
I.miK COLKMAN'S) I..UMUIY.
Mrs. Lcttic Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, take
this method of informing, her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their pa'roiiugc. Shu
has reduced prices to suit tiie times.
SkIIVK AN I.N.IfMTIoN ON IllsKASI1.. I!y
iuvigorntiiig a fcMc constitution, renovating
a debilitated physique, and emichingn thin
and innutritions circulation with llosiettei'
Stomach Iiitter, the fmei, the most highly
sanctioned, and the most popular tonic and
preventive in existence. t htr llgthelis the
stomach, remedies torpor of the liver mid
bowels, mid .gives a healthful impuls" to the
secretive and di-charging functions of the
kidin ys and bladder. Not only dors it ar
ret and prevent the recurrence of malarial
fever, but it i'tini:!ic the only adequate
safeguard agaili.-t them to per-ons who ha e
never been ii ill ! r -t 1 witii those maladies,
but would be liable to incur them if Ini'iiie.
ina 1 1 - unpri'ti" t'). It eliminates from the
blood ceitain impMiities which the most
skillful pathologists assign as the exciting
causes of those ngoni.ing complain!. rhcu
inatisin and gout, and it is, moreover, nn
ec(d!ent reiiieily fir n:i cnfei'bled or over
w rought state ot' th;; m rves, and I'm' in iitnl
Choice llncon, Hams, Sides and Shoulder,
Dry Salt Shoulders mid Side, Tierce,
Keg tl m t Uilckct Lard, Ureal, fast lineoii,
etc., etc., all ill good stock and for sale lit
lowest ctrket prie W, P, Wuioirr,
N'os. 70 mid Tl Ohio Levee.
Pint Bottles, with Directions.
25 CENTS PEIt BOTTLE.
In Cartoons, with Directions.
2o CIS. EACH, OK WEIGHED OUT AT 10 CTS. PEIt LB.
Chloride of Lime;
1 1 HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
: Commission Jlorcliants.
mm:. Ll. IS"
(iKAIX. Fl.on: AM) HAY.
I 'ri ijri-t i'H
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iliirhcst Cash I'liee Paid for Wheat.
Fanners' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
Nu. l'ffl iiti'l l.T dimmer. I "'.t.,,, Trtc
cUl Autiue )' AIK", ILLS.
IIIIKK.W, Ailvnnreini'iit mmle on (.'ini'li.ineri!
j ol '1 nine in. Klei:r mel drulii.
KOUKK.N COM MIssIO.V MKUCIIANTS.
fjMlTII, HACK it CO.,
'.O :o IlIlOAIl STIiKKT.
l'.' i !!a!ly isnlU lt l.'(iiil;'limetilii (if
PROVISIONS. PltODfCK. (iUAIN AND
MEKCIIANDIH OKNKUALLY, .
'I'd IiMi ll.ey vl!l kIvi' rnrefiil uml iirniiuit nt
I lent, mi. '1 lo mo ireuil -(t In llialiu llln l'iil
let Will II"'1 lle'lr '.( elT'ill" fur III" Interest of
lln 'oHiln.' I tl 'In Willi i:oli-li..n.. HI".
I!' I't. Iiv iirail"leti. In NvriiiNAi. Hank, of Am
i."iu; N.wi'iNAi, K:o HA.sciK Dank, of Aiii'isi.i, (in,
at .'Low Price:
sj a r.i: of
T'..e follow iag iinc'.slincil erxvl" will bo foal ut
TiiliiU: Auctleu to rmmfy cUlmii for Frt'lght, ttor
?. Kir., on Wburfbuatii No. 1 nnd 2 of th
lUII.'di.y nml I'lillllp WhafWt.Co., foot of Sir.!;
street, Colro, Ills., on
Comiiiciicin;' at 10 O'clock A. 5f.,
nule-s oooaer c'.iilaH'l :ui'l tuari j paid.
T. W. Hi.Mily, 1 l.ox II. IMiooil. 1 Mil. Moliif " ;
i. K. Wlllliim. :i tue!(Hi'i' r-lniiu'h' V icliliie; I.,
sulluan. 1 lio.te II. II. Imi,i!. 1 Hlile (.1111; Nn:e y
Tlliimons, 1 Kuwliiu Maiililnc; (j. WMIiln'. 1 Ileajier
nml Mower; S. M. & J. J. Wnre, 1 liiet Hardware;
I'. S . 1 Imx Li'iif Tolini i'ii; J. II. Uin-culiiir.". 1 Imix;
llniiklu .k Co.. lieinpty CitOilles; W. M 1 piK ka."
U'ii n! nil"' ; 1'. .V. Co.. 1 i.n ka,'e l (ilrn'i'; II. A '.
',' Wiwi'l ( luiirs; White A Co., 1 liox S. Tolmcco; W.
A. Vet. j lioxe llrie.'s; A. W. ( nrr. 1 Ha-!'':
(. lotiilii; .ln. ( roik"ll. I Ilox: J. I.lti'l"'.v. I Ha'.r
llnrrel; c. M. rower. 1 Tnll t'ln-l ; .I"lm Drown,
g bi.M H llr.'iiKly: T. II. HiiliilerOhiiuitle" I'lipcr; II.
V. I'enrc". 1 li'o: SiimlrleH. 1 llnrrel; K. Illi hanlsoii.
1 lin ll irilwnrc; I). A. Sletr, 1 liox Smidrlr; Tilloo
ii Taylor, 1 k' Soda; 7... 1 lmx (iliiw:irc; M V.
I'.. I Ihixih l,iiioii. :l li.iriel" I.!iUor; Mrs. S. II.
iliiseo.k, 1 box II. II. liimdis irvi'.v. 1 cliest
Tool-; (i. It.. 1 lint Hin k; .). M.. I Hid Hull-; S. II
I II. d Kail: S. I... I licit HiiIIk; J. K.. 1 Sail; eed;
M. '.. 1 M'lhclni'l for I.. ;1:i-n ; Mr". T. Ilorre ami
I., llnvl. I lot II. Il.liooilf; .1. A. 1'.. 1 llniL'snn ;
linn I : 1 1 . 1 1 1 h j old Carrlne: .lolin Point", 1
Trunk. No Murk": 11 boxes Sundries; lOi-kWlnc;
I lmrr"l Moln-sei'; li barrel Moines, ; k'-i; IIor"
slioes; I lunl Mont"; i Tin ( iiiis: Ti bundie c liulr
MlulV; '1 Too! Cbi'st"; 4 l.oiiiiL'e KihIh; S Imiidl''
bed 1'nil-; 7 buiiilbo lltil i : 1 1 1 1 -; I bundle
Miit; I ketf Moliicses; 1 Jnu .Molusscii; 8 bnin'.i"
Whl'oii Hubs; t rnini" I'Mpir; 1 tliulr; 1 lecCr'nni
Kn'ezer; 1 Seed Tinnier; 1 bundle Huiihk: 1 Ilarbi-r
I'lcilr; t Slieil Iron Stove; I bin: Cotton; Mtriiuks
sunilrli'; 1 bundle Wiiitmi Sioke; 1 stove llruai;
ii I.ooklni; (ila; !1 keu I'mulcr; I elii-t t.'Iutlifnir:
1 (Vmnioti sinve; 1 biindlu Cui'vlnu'; H Ito!ls D'i:
Kbit; li Plasterer' ii Tro.velsl 1 billiilli' (ilassware;
1 pock t'heek linlll"! .1 dozen WiiHlibourd' ;
Usee'"! 1 Ucnlr.i?:L.irt:uTool Doxes; I 'wit
htoc aad l'lMore.