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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKMNti, ALC1UM 27. 1878.
yr II. SMITH, M. D.
OIBm and Bpildt'nr:
SO. t THIHTKBSTII STKKET, CAIRO. ILL
1 W. DcXNISG, M.D.
Olhe and Reslilrnc s
KFicK-V. W. for. Sixth St.. war Ohio tow.
VtKSIUENeE-Corucr Walnut tod Statu rtivrt.
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orm-i-So. 1 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth ud Ninth Street
JJK. W. C. JOCELYX,
OFFICE-Elghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICK-Oblo Levee, bet. Fonrlh ud Sixth ft.
J IXEOAlt & LAXSDEX,
OFFICE So. US Commercial Avenue.
STEAM HI UTS.
For Columbus, Hickman anil New Madrid
JOSEPH AMCROS Master.
LEAVES CAMO EVERY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY and SATURDAY
For freight or passage apply on Halllday 4 Phil
lips w barlboal. or to
Sfi Ohio Lovee.
JAMES BKiC.S. Agent.
QAlViO CITY FEUItY CO.
I.EAVEt LIAVZS LI AVE
Toot Fourth t Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 i. in.
1U a. m.
J p. m.
4 o. tn
t:W I. m.
10:4) a. m.
V a. m.
it p. m.
5 p. m.
Wearcauthorlr.ed '.n announce the name of
Samuel Briley of Ilazlewond an a Candidate for
County Commissioner of Alexander county at the
dialling November eiectlou.
tfPWt' are authorized to announce John HihIlv.
UK a candidate, for Sheriff of Alexauder comity at the
ensuing November election.
lTW'e an- authorized to announce 11. C. LOF
LIN a a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
ftihjfct to the decision of the people at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moininjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
SliiSAI. OjFI'T. I
C'.illin, 111., Aug. -H. i
Tim;. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
6: Ma. in Jt.n:
y p.m. tfi.T'l
3: Hi" .V.i.77
Maximum tneriiiiimuter, his; Minimum Ther
mometer, S3 ; Kaliifull, M Inch.
W. II. HAY.
S'Ttft Signal Corps. L'. h. A.
Fresh SiulillcRiH-k ami Rultinmrc oys
ters, in tine condition, just received at
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
Removal. After S'itt ttil)iT 1st, Dm. (f.
G. i D. II. Parker will occupy the place of
Dr. Wordiier at 111 Commercial avenue.
Fon Rest. Tliu Cuhl property, on
IIollirok avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. ScHllnKDKII, Agent.
Postponed. The sale of Hue furniture
to have leen sold this morning at auction
lias hiTii Me.tioned until Wednesday next.
Died. Yesterday morning at six o'clock,
of bilious fever, Julia, wl 'e of Juines Clo
nan, ol'1 37 years. Hum ralservices at the
Catholic church, corner Xinth street at .'1
p. m. to-day. A special train will leave
font of Eighth street at 4 p. in, for Villa
Ridtre. where the remains will he interred.
Friend aud aciiuaiiitaiice of the family arc
invited to attend.
Chicigo papers pica! copy.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Th Mystic Krew have taken the yel
low fever benefit entertainment in hand.
A meeting will U huld nt the K. M. K. C.
liftll to-night to arrange for the affair
' Mr. P. W. Hardily the city for
Ru;iville, Ky., yesp-rday. on receipt of H
tidegram stating that his fther was lying
a the point of death from a paralytic stroke.
-The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will hold its weekly meeting at the
Temperance Reform 'Chili . lUm this
afternoon nt f ur o'clock. A full uttemi.uicc
of members is requested,
Mr. Pat Fitzgerald in funking a well
the other day was fortunate enough to
Btrike water at it depth of nine t'eet-(lroV(.
tho well thirty-two feet nnd has twenty,
three feet of tlrot-clamt water.
At t muss limeting of tim citizens
Mound City, held on Saturday nMit. a
olution was ailipt.nl prohibiting all ateum
l xits from landing at that wharf, coming
from either the north or wuth.
Dr. Ram h, president of tho ntnto lamnl
of health, arrivcil in this city from Chicago
yesterday morning. Tho doctor has partially
recoveitHl from the indisposition contracted
by his very tuird lalmra on his previous visit
The life sizo likeness of Robert Emmett,
rallied by the Ancient Order of Hibernians
nt Turner Hall last night, was won by Mr.
Ed. Dezonia. Tho affair was terminated
with a social dance, which was tho sourco
of much pleasure to all who participated.
Charles Tyler, a colored roustaliout
while working nt loading a Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company barge yes
terday morning, went to tho stern of the
barge to see how much water she was draw
ing- In le.mii g ovr the barge he lost his
balance and fell into the river and was
drowned. His ldv was recovered alkiut
one o'clck vesterdav afternoon.
The entertainment to be given under
the auspices of the Mystic Krew, for the
benefit of the yellow fever sufferers at New
Orleans, Grenada and Memphis, should lie
liberally supported by the citizens of Cairo.
It promises to be a very interesting affair,
the best stage talent in the city having been
enlisted for the occasion. The performance
will be made up of short character sketches.
songs, dances, duets and quartettes.
Among those who have consented to take
part are W. II. Morris, Walt Wright, Frauk
Howe, Walt McKee, John Aisthorpe, Geo.
Fry, Nick Hacker, Charles Gilholfer, John
Horn, John A. Reeve, Lee Doieourt, Louis.
Uross, Harry Schuh, Ed. Dezonia, Harry
Lentz and many others.
The Sun of yesterday evening says:
It is needless for us to tell our readers that
from statements by t'ios who ouirht to
know, we are of the opinion that Mr. Clark
died of yellow fever, contract. 'd in Memphis,
but that our physicians think that this dis
ease can not and will not spread from this
case." Will our neighbor W kind enough
to give to the pubic.' tic "statements by
those' who ought to know" upon which it
expresses the opinion that Mr. Clark died
of yellow fever; A n.-wspapr opinion of
the matter amounts to very little in any
event; but such an opinion expressed upon
the authority 'of physicians who
examined the case and pa-d upon it
would be justly entitled to weight. We
therefore express tho opinion based upon
"statements of those who ought to know''
that Mr. Clark did not die of yellow fever,
and l,thos who ought to know" ure physi
cians who examined the cas. Dr. Dun
ning expressed the opinion and is positive
in it, that Mr. Claik died of "pernicious
bilious fever;" the board of health adopted
this view of it; Dr. Wardner thinks it
might have been yellow fever modified by cli
matic conditions'' while Dr. Waldo, when
we last interviewed him on the subject, was
of the opinion that it was bilious fever of
an aggravated type. The testimony is con-.
elusive therefore that the case was not yel
low fever at least such is the testimony of
doctors, and we believe they may safely lie
ranged under the head of that large class
those who ought to know." It is proba
ble, however, that the Sun buses its state
ment upon a diagnosis of the case
made by bis honor and an experi
enced nurse sent by his honor to investig.ttc
the subject, and in this way to settle and
reconcile the doubts which existed at one,
time in the scientific minds of the M. I). S,
The nurse first sided with the men of sci
ence. He changed his mind, however, after
fuller investigation and concluded that it
was a case of the most pronounced type.
The doctors, however, did not change, and
the lmard of health adopted their views.
The Rci.i.ktix be! leves that the doctors
were right, and the Sun and its informants
wrong in their conclusion. Will our neigh
Inir give us the names of "those who ought
to know ?"
Al.l. thoso who are interested in the pro
posed entertainment tor the yellow fever
sufferers will please meet at the Mystic
Krew hall this (Tuesday) evening, at 8
o'clock, p. m. Ry order of the G. G. M.
TiiKiiMAMNK cures all forms of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
swamp fever, etc. As a preventive, it is the
best safeguard in cities where fevers are
prevalent, if taken in time. Ask your
huggist for Thermaline. Twenty-five
cents per box. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Dtindas, Dick & Co., !tt Wooster
street, New York.
Notice to Contkactoiih. Sealed pro
posals will be received lit the boot and
shoo store of C. Koch, on Commercial
Avenue, between 3th and (lth streets until
Thursday evening, Aug. 2!tth,for building a
two story brick lnnMing on the next lot
south of the store. Plans and specifications
can bo seen by applying at the store. Also
bids will lie received tor tilling up the same
lot. ror particulars apply at the store,
Caiko, Ills., Aug. II), WH.
Notice to Caiko Siiippkiis.-I'ntil fur
ther notice no more freight of any kind will
b j received for transportation by the C, St.
L. & N. 0. H. R. Co., to Abberville, Coffee
ville, Waterford, Duck Hill, Winona, Val
ium, West Durant, Nallls, Kosclsks, Good
man, Dickens, Vaughn's, Terry; Chrystal
Springs, Miss. Madison, Miss., nor to any
point on the V. & M . R. R. via Jackson,
Miss., or Meridian, Miss. C. T. Rcod, Agt.
Cairo, Am. 24th.
Smokkks, if you wish a Hue "Key West"
"r "Imported'1 cigar, call at Korsnicycr's
elgar store. It Is tho only place in the city
almost daily in receipt of lrcsh goods.
SOME SKRIOFS CHARGES.
AOAISST AS OFFICIAL OK THE I10A11D OF
HEALTH AND OTHER CAIRO OFFICIALS J1V
A CORRESPONDENT OF THE PADL'CAn SUN.
In the Paducah Sun of Friday last we
find a communication from which we give
some extracts. Tho writer makes grave
charges against some of our officials, ami
from the fact that no names are mentioned
wo are led to tho belief that
tho accusations arc the off
spring jf spite and disappointment. The
writer, however, makes one charge that
against an ofllcial of the board of health
which we are sure that body will deny au
thoritatively at once; for the facts of thi.i
case can be readily ascertained and without
much tumble. We are vfree to say tl 0
charge in the Paducah Sun is news to this
community, and that our first knowledge
of it comes from the extracts appended from
?or instance, on a recent trip of the Fisk,
tho iHiat was not permitted to land passen
gers, but was compelled to return to Mound
City. One of the officers of the Cairo
board of health either returned on the Fisk
to Mound City, or met her nt that point,
and took under his charge a noted Paducah
prostitute his mistress and escorted her
triumphantly into town. The fact can be
established by incontrovertible evidence.
Decent people who have been put to irreat
trouble and inconvenience by the childish
and senseless regulations of that port very
naturally wonder if the mistress of a cer
tain member of the lioard of health is per
mitted to enter that to-vn ad lib. why they
should not have the same privilege; Have
prostitutes who sustain intimate relations
with certain members of the board rights
that people who strive to live virtuous can
not obtain i
Letters have been exhibited in this city
and are now supposed to be in the hands of
a legal firm in ( atro, winch seriously im
plicate other officers of the city of Cairo in
operations which, if the letters are true
land they come from a member of the
lioard of health to a prostitute), would fur
nish abundant material to the district at
torney of Alexander county. Ills for a series
of tiVst-classs criminal prosecutions. We
are informed that the writ -r states that
he and several other officers naming
ing them have fonncd a little "ring" for
the sake of skinning strangers who may
have lieen caught in trouble in that delecta
ble city. In reciting one case, this virtuous
member of the board of health, so it is stat
ed, says his share of the swag was a dia
mond' ring and 1."iO. He adds that if she
(the prostitute) will come down there be
will give her the ring. She went.
It will be observed that in the last ex
tract corruption is charged upon "a mem
ber of the board of health." We are quite
sure this is a slander, and that investigation
will bear us out in so characterizing it.
Fresh Saddle lbs k and Raltiiiiore oys
ters, in hue condition, lust received at
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
THE FINEST Fl IIMTlllE EVER,, OFFERED FOR
SALE AT Al t I'll IX IN CAIRO, !l (K'l.lK K
W EDSKSIUY MoiiMMi, ACiil'ST 2. 1ST. AT
THE RESIDENCE I IF MIC I.OCIS HKIillKIt 1'.
' EK. 1ITII STREET, 1IETWEEX WAslllNOToN
AVENUE AND W.W.N IT STREET.
Sideboards, liureaiK Wardrobes, ?Iarblo
Top Center Tables, Parlor Sits seven
pieces in hair Red-room s"t.s, Kitchen,
Parlor and Dining chairs-. Ingtain Carpets,
Queeiiswar' and til as-ware, Reds and Red
ding, Trunks, lee Chests, etc.
Tom Winter, Auctioneer.
AN APPEAL TO THE CURD J1RANCH IN HE
HALF OF THE SICK AND PESTITL'TK OF
New Orleans, Aug. 22, 1S7S.
To the Secretary nfthe Y. M. C. A. Cairo HI:
My Dear IIkother: The Y. M. C. A.
of New Orleans has thought it to be
its duty to do whatever may be in its
power tor the relief of the sick and desti
tute in this city and elsewhere if necessary
during the prevalence of the present epi
demic. It has already mapped out its
sphere of duty and awaits only the neces
sary means to carry out its plans effectually.
Any help that you can give will be most
thankfully received and carefully admin
istered. This appeal is made in the confi
dent hope that it will be responded to, be
cause it would seem proper that our organi
zation should be one of the foremost in good
works of this kirn'. Contributions may be
sent to the undersigned. Please give this
as much publicity as possible.
" Faithfully Yours,
W)i. Hardie, President.
07 Carondelct street.
Ll'MUEit. Parties needing sidewalk lum
ber can be supplied in car load lots, or less
quantity, by calling at lumber yard of J. S.
McGahey, comer Twentieth street aud
Washington avenue, Cairo, III.
CITY corse I L.
Council Chamher, Cairo, 111.
Aug. 20, 1878. S
Present Mayor Winter and Aldermen
Foley, Halliday, Lancaster, O'Callahan,
Rittenhouse, Wood and Wright 7.
Absent Alderman Patier, Thistlewood
and Yocuin !1.
The mayor stated he was informed that
the nii'iubers of the state board of equaliza
tion would be here next Wednesday even
ing, and that the object of tho meeting was
to take into consideration tho subject of
appointing a committee to wait upon nnd
show the members such attention, etc. as
might seem projicr.
Alderman Wright moved that a committee
of three members be appointed with author
ity to invite such others as they may wish,
to wait upon State Hoard of Equalization
upon its arrival. Motion carried.
Tho chair appointed Alderman Wright,
Lancaster and Wood as such committee.
On motion of Alderman O'Callahan, tho
council adjourned. J. U. Piullis,
If J IV ORLEANS, (I HEN ADA AND OTHER POINT
-I'RIK!HESS OK THE DISEASE VEHTERDAY
A11ATINU AT CANTON FOR THE WANT OF
AT NEW ORLEANS.
The number of new cases reported at
New Orleans yesterday were ono hundred
and twenty-three, nnd forty-four deaths.
Eight deaths, six whites and two negroes,
occurred at Grenada. No new cases were
reported at noon.
A COl'HAAKors OPERATOR.
After fruitless efforts of a week of the
Western Union Telegraph company, to se
cure the services of an operator to go to
Grenada to assist Redding, tho hero, John
Hayburg, a young man twenty-one years
of age, who has been in the employ of the
Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans road
at Winona, yesterday volunteered to ac
cept the perilous position, lie left Wi
nona for Gn nadayesterday.
AT HOLLY SPR1NOH.
There were no new cases reported nt
Holly Springs yesterday. All of the six
persons taken down on Sunday were still
alive last night.
. AT CANTON,
The disease is abating in this c:!y. There
are no persons left for the fever to take
hold of, and it is hoped it has run its race
LATER FROM NEW ORLEANS.
D. R. Marc-, general freight agent, and
P. L. Carter, cashier in the general freight
office of the Chicago. St. Louis and New
Orleans road, were stricken down by the
fever yesterday morning.
HICK AT ORENADA.
Late last evening a dispatch was received
in this city that John K. Wood, agent of
Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans mail
at Grenada, was taken sick during the af
ternoon. He is supimsed to have the yellow
Fresh Saddle Rock and Raltiiuore oy. -
ters. in tine condition, just received at
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
Winter's Piiothiraphic Gallery.
Strangers in the city, or those intending to
visit Cairo, are invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, and examine specimens of his work on
The auction sale at Dr. Wardner's yester
day by Thomas Winter proved a com
plete success, he having disposed of
all the doctor's household eff"cts, leaving
nothing but the goods of his office to sel',
amongst which are some tine articles
of furniture. Sale Thursday morning
next at !l o'clock.
THE OLDEST TOWN IX ILLINOIS.
AND It I-.R HEROIC DEFENDERS THF. HOAHD
OK HEALTH WARRIORS HuW AN HONEST
PENNY CAN RE TURNED.
Cairo, Augti.-t 2U. 17.
Editor IIu lU-t I ri :
Evidently the quarantine at Shawnectown
is proving a most complete success.
The Silvcrthorn, on her last trip down, w as
hailed in and bonrde.l by a skiff containing
tl e quarantine officials of the "oldest town
in Illinois," and laconically instructed not
to land here.
The boat, however, continued to hold in
toward the town, and as she beaded the
wharf-boat the State Militia and guard
intimated in very emphatic language that
they would sink the G d d n boat if she
made the landing. Not having the Silver
thorn fully insured, Capt. Humphreyilecidcd
with other philosophers gone long before,
that discretion was best under the dircuiii
stances, ordered the boat out, and was pre
paring to go down the river, when he was
hailed by the chief ollicial, probably of the
board of health, and informed there were
three passengers who decided to go down
the river. Capt. Humphrey informed them
he would send a skill' out and take them
aboard, which suggestion was scornfully
repudiated with the additional remarks,
"they would bring them out in a skiff of
their own," and the three victims were
each charged the small amount of
twenty-five cents, which offense goes
to the credit of the health fund.
The Silverthorne was unfortunate in not
having the Golden Crown's lay cannon, with
which Capt. Walker nearly scared the life
out of the militia who congregated on the
wharfboat to prevent his making his
They do say that when the cannon went
off such a demoralized mob of idiots as
went scampering and hollering up the
Shawnectown levee, never was heard t
even by "the oldest inhabitant," and dis
patches have since been received lrom dis
tant parts of tho country, that many are
still running for their lives.
Let the Cairo people learn from the ex
ample set them by the Shawnectown quar
antines, that there is more ways than one
whereby wind may be raised for tho benefit
of the yellow fever sufferers. Olim.
Notice: All persons who know they
have nccounts with tho undersigned are
requested to call and adjust tho saino by
payment, due hill or otherwise without
delay. I wish to havo ull business settled
before the first of September.
H. Wards Kit.
I.KTTIE COIF.MAN'H LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lottie Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the time?.
I I I V I i I
JLf 10111 1 UUl
Pint Bottles, with Directions.
25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. N
arbolic Powder; '
In Cartoons, with Directions.
J. CIS. EACH, OK AVEIGIIEI) OUT AT 10 CIS. PEIl LP,.
1 I 4 1 1
Chloride of Lime;
lnll Supply at
33 arcl ay
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
GRAIN', FLOUR AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring 3ills
Highest fnsli Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
Nob. l- nul l-.T Coninier- I f1 . ,.-, Tr t o
tlul AvoiiiiB i vAIKO, ILLS.
flllKRAL Ailviinn'tncnts miulo on Consignments
J ill Tolmi co, Klonr anil (irnlu.
Mayor lli'iiry Winter.
TrmsHNT- IL K. I'nrker.
CliTk-J. II. I'lilllN.
l otiiint'lor-Win. U. Ulllirrt.
Miirslml ('. I). Artcr.
Attorney W. 0. .MeOeo.
IKIAIIII OP AI.HKIIMKM.
KlrH Wnrit ieii. Vot'iiiii, Wm. O'L'nlliihnn.
Si'conil Wnrd Wooil Klttuiilitinso, N. H. Tlilntle
wood. Third Wnrrt-W. P. Wrlalir. John Wood.
Fourth Wnrd-Chiirli'8 O. Puller, l. .I. Foley.
Filth Wurd-T. W. Hiillldsy, Chux. Liiucutttcr.
Circuit .Iiidiio I). J. linker.
Cln illt Clerk-.l. A. Iteeve.
County JiitlixoK. N. Yocum.
County Clerk S. .1. Iliiiiim.
County Attorney-W. C. Mulkry.
Coiiih'v TrenHiirer A. J. Allien.
Sheriff -l'i'tcr Simp.
Coroner H. Fltzitern.i..
Coiintv CommlMliiiiuin T. . Ilullldiiy, M, V
Drown, iioo. W. Shiiiiiiouk.
llv virtue of nn execution to nui dlrerled, liyllm
clerk of the circuit court of Alexander coiintv, In
the Mule ol' IIIIiioIh. In favor of Thuoiloro Hilllllif,
sad aiMliiKt JoHcph C. lliirihyt'tt, I liavii levied
upon Him followliiK di'M'fltied property, to-wit: The
Moutliwi'f quarter of the hortliM'cut uunrtcr of
tionul'.'ht (SI la Towii'lilp No. fourteen (14), aouth
riiinie three (.'II wi'Hi of tlio third principal meridian
In llii) county of Alexauder sua state of IlllnoU,
which I shall otter for Mile at public, vendue at the
HoiilliwcHtcrly door of the court boiinu In tho city ol
Cairo, comity of Alexander mid utatii of Illinois, on
the H'venlli (7) ilav of Septi inhor, 1H7H, at eleven
o'clock it, m. Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this I lth day
of Auuiist, A. D.,167H. I'KTEK bAIT.
Jl LTi VII
13 ro tl 1 ers
The f.i!!n!iii unclaimed food l!l lie sold a!
I'ulillc A icliiiu to satisfy claims fur Frelc'it. Stic
, Kti:., on WImfhoiiti So. 1 and tt of the
Ilaillilay and 1'Mlllps Whafbunt Co., foot of .sixth
struet, Cairo, Ills., uu
Thursday, Sept. 12, 11173,
Commencing: ut 10 O'clock A. M.,
tiuli'na sooner claimed and chnr:ei paid.
T. W. Dottdy, 1 box II. II. (ioods. 1 Mil. Molaises;
0. F. Williams, 3 packmen KIiiukIo Machine; L.
Sullivan, :) boxen II. II. Hoods, 1 Ititlc (inn; Nancy
Tlinmonii, I Selnn Machine! (J, W. lHnea. 1 lteaper
and Mower; .H. M. & J. P. Ware. 1 box Hardware;
P. H., 1 box Leaf Tobacco; ,1, It. LlnscnbiirK'. 1 box ;
Hatikln Co., I) empty Caddies; AV. M., I packani.
Wardrobe; P, & Co., 1 package L. (ilasa; II. A Co.,
8 Wood Chairs; White A Co., 1 box H. Tobacco; W.
A. West, t boxes Kruus; A. W. Carr, 1 Musket
Clothlnx; Jus. Crockell, 1 l!ox; J. Llndsey, 1 Half
Barrel; CM. Powers, I Tall Chest; John Drown,
boxes llranily; T. II. Sanders. 3 bundle Paper; It.
V. Pearue, 1 box Sundries. 1 Darrel; K. Itlehardson.
t box Hardwares I). A. StclL 1 hox WnndrleH; Tllloo
& Taylor, 1 keg Hoda; Z.,rbox Olassware; M. F.
P., 4 boxes Liquors, 3 harrela Liquors; .Mrs. S. II.
filiisscock, 1 hox II. II. Uooils; Harvey, 1 chest
Tools; . It., 1 Hat Hack; J. M.,4 Bed Hulls; S. II.
4 lied Hulls; 8. L 4 Bed Halls; J. K.. 1 SurkSced;
M. W., I Standard for L. (ilass; Mrs. T. llorro and
L. Davis, I lot II. II. (Ioods; .1, A. P.. I Drausaw;
Dan ltoblnson, 1 Old Carriage: John Points, 1
Trunk. No Marks: 1.1 boxes Sundries; 1 Cask Wine;
4 barrels Molusses; barrel Molasses; likens Horse
shoes; 1 ball Moats; 4 Tlu Cans; 5 bundles t'lialr
Siufl'; it Tool Chests; 4 I, online K lids; ft but dies
lied Knds; 7 bundles lied F.nds; I bundle Bed
slats; 1 keit Molusses; 1 Jug .Molasses; i handes
Wilson Hubs; tl reann Paper; 1 Chair; 1 ko Cream
Freuxer; 1 Seed Planter; 1 bundle llames; 1 Ilarher
Clialr; 1 Sheet Iron Stove; I ban Cotton; 10 trunks
Sundries; 1 bundle Woyon Spokes; 1 move Drum; .
1 Looking tilass; i ki'k's Powder; I chest Clothing; j
1 Common Stove; 1 buinllu Curving: 8 Hulls Hag- ::
glng; 8 Plasterer's Trowels; I bundle tilasswure; i
1 package Check ltelns; ft do.na Wash boards; f
Flanges; t hox (lenslng;SLHrgoTool Duxes; U'ook
Htovi) and Fixture.
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