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KO. 81 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL
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Office and RusloVnre :
OHFK'KN. W. cor. Sixth ut., near Obto Lotoo
KBSIDKSCB-Coruer Walnut and Muta Btreets
Ii. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omen No. VMi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth uud Mntu Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
I) K NTIST.
OFFICK Eighth Street, near Commercial Avonne.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth aud Sixth sts
JIXEGAtt & LAXSDEX,
OFFICE No. M Commercial Avenue.
For Columbus, Hickman ami New Madrid
Stf T.T. IIILUrAX, SSU
JOSEPH AM BROS Master.
LEAVES CAIKO EVERY
Tl'F.SPAYJHl'RSDAY and SATURDAY
For freight or piiKfngu n)lyon Hulllday Phil
lips' Wbnrt'hoat, or to
1 JAMES Hl(i(iS, Agent.
56 Ohio l.cveo. .
FERRY HO AT.
.10 CITY FElUtY CO.
I.SAVBS l.EAVti I.KAVKH
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8 p. m.
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g'-Weare authorized '.o announce the name of
Samuel Itriley of Hazlewood an a Candidate for
County Commissioner of Alexander county at the
ensuing November election.
W"Wc are authorized to announce John Hodges
an a candidate for Sherltf of Alexander county at the
ensuing November election.
t irW'c are authorized to announce ,11. C. LOF
LIN n a cindidiite for Sheriff of Alexander county,
subject to the decision of the people at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Jloniinsr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
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Caiho. Ill, auu. .;. "h;s. f
Time. Dir. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
6:ia.m SM.M 7! Til NE 3 clear
11:11" i S'l M NW H Cle: r
2 pm. tf'.tn Kl 41 NW 4 Clear
8:Ui" Mi.TS M 4H N E 3 Clear
Maximum Thermometer. M; Minimum Ther
mometer, MS ; Rainfall, .OU Inch.
W. II. RAY,
Serg't Signal Corps, f. h, A.
Fresh Saddle Rock niul Baltimore oys
ters, iu fine condition, just received ut
Hurry Walker's Crystal saloon.
Removal. After September 1st, Drs. 0.
Ct. & D. H. Parker will occupy the place of
Dr. Wardnernt 111 Commercial avenue.
Foil Rent. The Culil property, on
Ilulhrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. Scii!toi:rKit, Agent.
PosTi'OXKD. The sale of tine furniture
'to have been sold this morning at auction
has been postponed until Wednesday next.
Died. August 27th, ut 11 o'clock a.m.,
Fannie May, infant daughter of John and
Sallie Sprout, aged days. The remains
were taken to the family vault at Peoria on
last evening's train.
dipt. Keiser and wife, of Greenfields,
nre reported to be quite sick.
Sherill Saup is dunning delinquents on
their personal taxes.
The quarantine, in commercial circles,
has produced the stillness of death.
The meeting of the c unity board has
been pos,n,.,i until September Kith.
The remains of Mr. clontm were
yesterday followed to St. Patrick's church
Wil thence to Villa Kidgc by a large con
course of relatives and a ipiaintances.
At the W. ('. T. U. yesterday it was de
cided to pot e the presentation of peti-
tions praying for certain regulations of the
liipior trallic until the tneetiug following
the next one of the society. Reports of the
work of those engaged in circulating the,
petitions were of an encouraging character.
Mr. Charles Armstrong, a ship carpen
ter well known in this city, residing on
Twenty-eighth street, while at work yester
day morning on the ways ut Mound City,
fell from the guards of a boat into a Imrio
lylug alongside uud sustained painful inju.
rid on the leg. Dr. Punnhg was sent (or,
and gave relief to the ' 'jurcd man.
Dr. Rauch, it is currently reported, is
exceedingly well pleased with the sanitary
condition of Qdro. If Cairo wcro the eye
of a needle and llron.e John a camel, the
state board of health, backed by a yoke of
oxen and a derrick could not push or pull
that camel through the eyelet. Tho pecu
liar atmospheric conditions of tho town, etc
" On Monday night tit 1 o'clock a.m.,
Officer George Olmstend arrested one John
Fnrren for knocking down, beating and
stamping Mrs. Moran, who keeps a lunch
house at the Illinois Central railroad pas
seuger depot. Tho assault was an aggra
vated one, and Judge Ilinh, before whom
tho case was tried, fined Farreu fifteen
dollars and costs, which amount being un
able to liquidate ho was sent to the city jail
for eighteen days.
Mound City has quatantined against
Cairo, not because she believes Cairo is
atllicted with scourge and famine, but be
cause a failure to do so would place her out
side the fashion. Now let Mounds Junction
quarantine ' against Mound City, Villa
Ridge against Mounds Junction and all of
them against Xew Orleans, and the circle
will be complete. It will give to them tin
airs of centers of population aud the reputa
tion of knowing u thing or two.
Dispatches received at the Chicago.
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad oil!
ces in 'this city last evening, gives the fol
lowing reports of the progress of the fever
in southern cities yesterday: There were
one hundred and twenty-five new cases at
New Orleans, and fifty -one deaths. At
Memphis there were one hundred and fif
teen new cases and fit teen deaths. At
Grenada there were thirteen deaths. At
Canton six new cms s were reported. No
Mr. Hugh IVirc'.ay, the venerable fath' r
of Messrs. P. W. and James P.arelay, was
sinking rapidly at his home in Rus
selviilc Ky.. yesterday afternoon, and ere
this has probably passed away.- Mr. P. W.
Barclay reached Ri:selville in time to be
at his parent's dying bedside. The old
gentleman was advanced in years, and
until a recent paralytic stroke prostrated
him, he was hale and heartv and bid fair to
live many years yet. The gentlemen and
their families have the sympathy of the
communitv in their alltiction.
One of the sufferings entailed by the
free use of tar as a disinfectant is to be oh-
served in the wrigglings of the poor pigs
who, as they emerge trom their wallows,
find their tails curved and fastened to their
backs by the adhesiveness of the tar. In the
use of this particular kind of a disMl'ect
ant, we have another illustration of he
heattlessness of the ricii 'n dealing a 'th
the pigs of the poor. Copperas or carOolic
acta wouui nave answered tnc purpose
quite as wed if not letter than tar, but the
authorities had to step out of .their way to
inflict unnecessary cruelty upon his honor's
pets. And still people wonder at the. spread
Mr. Summerwell has done more to pro
tect the city from evet k'ld of sicl- less.
by thoroughness "n discharging his
duties, than' the quarantine and board of
health combined. We say this in no spirit
of fault-tinding with the Imard, but because
we believe a clean city is a surer protection
against the ingress of dvscas" than the issu
ance of proclamations or a system of regula
tions that discriminates aga!,ist Dcmociatie
candidates and federal o!!icchoMers, and in
favor of strange women. lien such thi'igs
come to pass, we may well doubt the elli
ciency of republican 'nsf tutions and lose
faith in the judgment of mankind. Civiliz
ation is, indeed, a failure, md the Caucasian
now pales his ineU'eetual fires before the
favorites of the might.
The following gentlemen, members of
the State Hoard of Kqiiali.ation, accompan
ied by Congressman Win. R. Morrison and
others, wll arrive here this evening
on the Cairo ami St. Louis railroad,
nnd will leave in the morn
ing on the Cairo and Vinccpnes road:
James P. Root, 1st distiict; Conrad L
Niehoff, 2d district; Samuel II. Chase, 3d
district; Henry E. Hunt, 4th district; Ed.
B. Warner, 5th district; Henry A. Ains-
worth, (ith district; Amos Savage, 7th dis
trict; Clinton C, Campbell. 8th dis
trict; T. Judson Hale, Oth dis
trict; Robert J, Sabeen, 10th district;
Levi T. Whitter, 11th distiict; Edward
Scott, 13th district; John H. Anthony, l.'ltli
district; William T. Motl'et, 14th district;
William Gillmore, 15th district ;K. M. dill
more, Kith district; Frederick Sunkel, 17th
district; John S. ('ruin, lwh district; Val. S.
ileus I'JtlHlistnct; Thomas 11. Needles.
Notice to Caiuo Siiiitkiis. Until fur
ther notice no more freight of any kind will
let received for transportation by thoC, St.
L. & N. 0. R. R. Co., to Abberville, ColTee
ville, Waterford, Duck Hill, Winona, Vid
den, West Durant, Sallis, Koscisks, Good
man, lliekens, Vaughn's, Terry; Chrvstal
Springs, Miss. Madison, Miss., nor ' any
point on the V. & M , R. R. via Jackson,
Miss., or Meridian, Miss. C. T. Rum, Agt.
Caiho, Acq. 84th.
Fresh Saddle Hock and Baltimore oys
ters, in fine condition, just received at
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
Wintku'h Photoouai'iiic Gallkht.
Strangers in the city, or those intendiug to
visit Cairo, are Invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, bo
twecn Commercial and Washington ave
nues, and examine specimens of his work on
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDMvSDA MQUMNU, ALCiUM 28, Iblb.
THE ADSORBING THEME.
TIIK CIIANOE IN TKMl'KHATl'HK HAS A BOOTH
ISO KKHKCT OX l'l'lll.IC FKKl.tNO Itt'N
KINO OOWN SENSATIONAL LIES THE (IKN
KUAI. HEALTH OK TIIK CITY CONTINIKS
On Monday morning about daylight the
mercury sank In the thertnoneter to sixty
five, and since then we have been enjoying
a taste of fall weather tho most de
lightful season of this latitude. With the
fall of tho thermometer there has been
perceptible a corresponding increase in tho
spirits of our people based upon a belief
uow very general that our fortunate expe
riences of former years will be repeated
in this and that wo will escape tho epi
demic terrors of tho scourge. It would be
exceptional if, in a community which has
had the nightmare of fright lifted from it,
there would not be still some doubting
Thomases with evil tongues in th.'ir heads,
wagging mischievously and industri
ously with falsa and sensational
reports. Indeed, it is perfectly Bale
to say that if we do not
have the fever here in an epidemic form be
fore frost there will boa dozen individuals
who will lie down and die of broken
hearts at seeing their darling theories shat
tered. But as we can better all'irl to
that number at that time from adiseas.
that will create neither terror nor grief, it
is perhaps well that it should be so and
that their pet theories should vanish with
them. A Bulletin reporter was informed
yesterday morning, at break ot day, that a
had run the blockade by swimming tho Mis
sissippi river, and that he was literally alivj
w ith the Yellow Jack in fact it seemed to be
the power which shot liim through the
town like a bolt of lightning. He invaded
several households, nnd after frightening
the women folks well nigh out of their wits,
departed as inyteriously as he had arrived,
and the utmost diligence on our part failed
to discover him. The aext rumor located
in the house on Poplar street, in which
Clark died. A vis t to these premises
showed there was no truth whatever in the
report, but it was stil! current at a late
hour last night and will'ncJl probability
be running on the streets this morning.
ANOTIIEll OHOCXM.ESS STOHV
located a family stricken down with
the disease near the corner of
Eleventh and Walnut street-. This
family arrived n few days since
from Cape Girardeau iu a destitute condi
tion and utterly broken down w ith chills
and fever. They arein the hands of one of
the charitable ordersof the city, and are b"
ing properly cared foi Two of the family are
convalescent. AVe mention these rumirs
specially because tlcy located the disease,
and thus furnished m opportunity for ascer
taining the facts ii each case. There tire
many others of an absurd and exag
gerated character afloat, but they
failed to nuke any impression
on the ni'nds if people who would
take the trouble U think for themselves. It
is a good rule to si t down all stories that
me bandied from mouth to mouth on the
streets as lies tint! their truth is established
by the authority f physicians.
THE AlsOHUIXO TOPIC
among thcscanda.-niongers was the charges
published i'l Til K Ut I.I.El'IN yesterday
morn'ng from the Pnducah Sun reflecting
upon a member nnd an official of our
board of health. As will be seen
elsewhere the board of health has,
by resolutions, expressed an earnest de
sire to have the charges investigated by a
committee of the city iintncil, to be com
posed of members outside of the Board of
Health. This places tit matter in the prop
cr hands and' in propel shape to get at the
bottom facts. In the meantime The Bul
letin refrains from making any com
ments upon the charges that would have
the appearance of prejudicing tb( case or
attempting to forestall tho actions of the
committee. It wilL however, give to the
public the " proceedings of the com
mittee from day to day, or at
least such tiortions of them as the
committee may deem not 'incompat
ible with the public scrvic".''
TIIK SUN SAYS
"there is no need of alarm, if the truth is
told, but mystery about disease always
creates alarm," and it it adds "there is but
little, if any danger of the disease spread
ing from the Clark case." Now we main
tain that the Clark case was not a case of
yellow fever, and wo gnvo the testimony
yesterday of physicians who diagnosed the
case to that effect. The Sun stated
it was yellow fever and based its st.iteinent
upon the authority of those "who ought to
know," although it refuses to divulge who
those knowing ones are. There Is no mys
tery about the case, and there is no need of
alarm, for The Bulletin hits published
the truth about it, so far as truth Iu
such matters can be ascertained the state
ments of the physicians who examined the
case. The Sun is an alarmist, although we
are ready to coneedo it would not Intention
ally assume such a rolo. Tho dear old gu
xellu Is in one, of her amiable moods,
uml in her desire to please everybody
pleases no one. Shu assumes an heroic
attitude and proclaims her Intention of pub
lishing to the world all she knows of the
scourge In the town, aud In the next breath
modifies that Intention with "huts" and "ifs."
She Is still the same coquette, Tiino has
converted her gazu of celestial fire into
a blink mildewed with age and distorted
witli ugliness, but tho disposition to plav
fast and loose clings to her with tho tenaci
ty of grim death to un expiring frcediniin.
THAT "PERMIT" BUSINESS.
IMI'OHTANT HKHOUTIOXS ADOPTED 11Y THE
110AUI) OK HEALTH It ELATING TO THE
CIIAltOES MADE UV THE l'ADCCAII SUN.
At a meeting of the Imard of health
held last evening, tho following preamble
and resolutions were adopted :
Whereas, Some very grave charges have
been preferred against some of tho mem
bers of this Board, and also against one of
its officials; and, '
Whereas, These charges are now going
the rounds of the press, greatly damaging
to the character of its individual members;
Whereas, It is also currently reported
that permits have been granted to persons
of bad repute, and who are lately from in
fected districts, to come into tho city, in
direct violation ot the rules and regulations
enacted by the Board of Health; therefore,
Resolved, That it is the earnest desire of
this board that the five meinbcrsof the city
council who are not members of this lmard
be appointed by the mayor in council as
sembled as a special committee, who shall
elect one of their number as chairman and
proceed to make a full and thorough inves
tigation as to the truth or falsity of the
above mentioned charges, and to rejiort as
early as possible.
Resolved further, that in order to better
enable the said committee to get at all the
facts in the cas, it is the wish of this board
that thev endeavor to have brought before
them such persons and papers as they may
think necessary, also the different members
of this board, the clerk, of the board,
quarantine physician and chief of police.
H. WiSTEH, Mayor.
W. P. WmoiiT.
W. ( It'll. I.AII AS.
N. B. Til IsTLEWOOD,
Yont special attention is called to the
sale of splendid furniture this morning at
the residence of Mrs. Louis Herbert on
Eighth street, by Tom Winter. This is the
choicest collection of household goods ever
offered in Cairo. See advertisement.
OKCAIKOITES AT HOME AM) AIIHOAl).
Cant. J. C. Willis is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cole have arriv
ed safely ut Sheboygan.
Judge Green is summering between
Metropolis and Dixon Springs.
Miss Ella Robbins, after an extended
tour through Indiana, returned home last
Bishop Seymour will visit his flock in
this part of his diocese some time in No
Dr. Leach dropped in upon The Bulle
tin yesterday. The thx'tor has our thanks
for new spaper favors.
Rev. Dillon-Lee is slowly regaining
his health. He is expected home about
the middle of next month.
Mrs. William Winter and Miss Minnie
Hills left Cairo yesterday afternoon for a
visit to friends in Chicago.
Mr. J. W. Story has severed his con
nection with the 15ox Factor.' and left for
Milwaukee yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Ed. Cox, formerly of the Narrow
Gauge, is now attached to the local freight
office of the C. it V. R. R. at this point.
Mrs. Watdiier and Mrs. Hills, mother
of Mrs. Win. Winter, aro in Villa Ilidgi:
visiting Mrs. Maliiuht and Mrs. Workman.
Mr. John A. Reeve, who is tit present
sojourning with his family at Alto Pass, is
expected to return to the city in a few
News from Sheboygan reports nil the
Cairo people at that summer retreat en
joying themselves and in excellent health
Mr. A. S. Robertson, of the St. Charles
hotel, has recovered from a recent sick
spell and resumed his duties in the office of
Messrs. J. M. Lansden and Walter
Hyslop returned home yesterday after
an absence ot three weeks at Green
Bay, Wisconsin. Both gentlemen appear to
have been benefitted by their vacation and
are pictures of good health and good cheer.
TiiEUMAi.tNE cures all forms of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
swiuup fever, etc. As a preventive, it is the
best safeguard in cities where fevers are
prevalent, if taken in time. Ask your
druggist for Therinnline. Twenty-five
cents per box. Mailed fteo on receipt of
price by Diindas, Dick & Co., a" Wooster
street, New York.
DOUIJLE COTTAGE AT AUCTION.
:) o'clock satuhday afternoon auo. Mst,
Lot No, 4 block 1, Third addition, to
gether with cottage situate thereon, of 4
rooms and enclosed kitchen with one un
failing cistern In same, wood house and
stable in rear with choice fruit trees and
shrubbery on premises IIouso screaned
throughout ami is In one of the most de
sirable locations In the city.
Only reason for selling, the owner is about
to leave Cairo. Title perfect and guaran
teed; terms cash and sale positive.
Tom Wintku, Auctioneer.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders mid Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for sain at
lowest market price. W. V. WutoiiT,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
PstoKEits, if you wish a fine "Key West''
or "Imported'1 cigar, call at Korsmcyer's
cigar store. It Is the only place in thu city
utmost dally In receipt or fresh goods.
Pint Bottles, with Directions.
J3 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
In Cartoons, with Directions.
23 CIS. EACH, Oil WEIGHED OUT AT lu CIS. PEU LB.
Chloride. of Lime;
Full Supply at Low Prices.
t .M I.AIMKI) IlKKiAi.K AT TIIK ST. ( IIAKI.KS
A NO ri.ASIKIlV IIUTKI..-, t-KITKMIil.ll
Conxi.-ting of the follow ing artirli-s:
One valise, W. M. Stone; 1 vuli-e, W. L.
Lock; 1 valise and ci)ut, i. Kay; 2 valises.
no name; 1 trunk. S. Simons; 1 trunk, no
name at St. Charles hotel.
Two valises. A. Campliell, and l samtile
case, K. McKlrov at I'lantrrs' house.
It. K. Koskw,
Fn-.-li Saddle Hock and Baltimore ov- ;
tcrs, in tiic? condition, jut p-ccivcil at
Harrv Walker's Crvstal saloon.
TIIK KINKST VI ItXnil'.K KVKIl OKKKHK1) Kill
hAI.K AT AUTIOX l.V CAIItO, !l o'd.'M K
WKDXKSII.W M'lH.NINO, At (itT l', AT
TIIK HKSIDKXCK OK MIIS. UlCtS HKKIlKItT,
Klllllill CTItKKT, ISKTW KKN WASHINGTON
AVKNl'K AND WAI.M T STItKKT.
Sidelioards, Bureaus, Wardrobes, T.Iarldo
Top Center Tables, Parlor Srts seven
pieces in hair Bed-room sets, Kitchen,
Parlor and lining chairs. Intriain Carpets,
Qilrenswarc and Glassware, Beds and Bed
ding, Trunks, Ice Chests, etc.
Tom Wintku, Auctioneer.
Notick to CoNTiiACToiis. Sealed pro
posals will lie received at the hoot and
shoo store of C. Koch, on Commercial
Avenue, hetwecn 5th and Gth streets until
Thursday evening, Aug. 2!th,for luiilding a
two story brick building on the next lot
sotiih of the store. Plans and specifications
can lie seen hy applying at the store. Also
bids will lie received for tilling up the .same
lot. For particulars apply at the store.
Caiho, Ii.t.s., Aug. Ill, PCS.
Lt.'MUKit. Parties needing sidewalk lum
ber can be supplied in car load lots, or less
quantity, by calling at lumberyard of ,J. S.
Mctiahcy, corner Twentieth street and
Washington avenue, Cairo, III.
Diiks tiik Woiti.D Move? The Hev.
John Jasper, of Virginia, says, "l)e sun do
move, for in de morniu' it shines on dis
side ob di! lions, whil in de ebeiiin, on dat
side ob de hous. Now, of ho don't move,
how com he dar;'' Notwithstanding Mr.
Jasper's logic, we yet believe the world
moves. When Mr. Jasper's ideas constitut
ed the popular belief, people, thought that
to die of small-pox or cholera was simply
fullllling one of nature's laws. Now,
through vaccination, small-pox Is averted,
while cholera, cholera morbus, dysentery
(liux), and dlarrhio'i aro readily -uivil"l
the use of Dr. Pierce's compound extract ot
Smart-Weed. Docs not such evidences
tend to prove that "tho world moves?" As
an external remedy for cuts, bruises,
sprains, swellings, bites and stings of in
sects, tho compound extract of Smart
Weed has no equal. Veterinary surgeons
have ulso employed it with marked success.
Tlio fnllovrln;' m.c!iilmed gnoil will ! sol.l
Public AiK ll.m to ati.fy'clitlni for Fn l-ht, Stor
n:u. tie., un Wtinrfloul No. 1 nnd 3 of ihJ
Ilulliilny uml !liilil Wlniflxiut Co.. foot of KixtlJ
Mrvut. Cairo, III., on
Tliiu-silay,Sept. 12, 17;
Commencing ut 10 0'Clock A. II.,
unices sooner claimed and charges paid.
T. '. Dowdy. 1 box II. II. floods, t Mil. MoIiimi-I
O. K. Williams, 3 pui-kiitfc Munifte M.irlilni'i ll
Mnlllvun, 3 boxes II. II. llooilx. 1 Itlllu (Inn; Nuihl
Tlnunniin, 1 HcwiiiK Miirhliie; U. W. Illtii'S. 1 IleiipJ
and .Mowi-r; H. M. & V. W'liro. 1 box Iliirdttiinl
I'. S., 1 box Limf Tolini'co; J. H. Lliwiibtnx. t nA
liiinkln fc l.'o., empty Cnilillen; V. M., 1 purkml
Wardrobe; I', ,t Co., 1 pm liiij'u L. (Iiih; It. A 1'iJ
!i Wood C'linlrKj While Jt Co., 1 box 8. Tobacco; VJ
A. West, 3 boxes lira en; A. U'. Curr, I Hack J
Cliilhliitf; Jii. Crovkell, 1 Iloxi J. IJiiilsey, 1 H,
Ilurrel; t M. rowers, 1 Toll ( heel; John IlrowJ
'i boxes llriimly; T. II. Siimlers.S bandli's Taper; 1
V, 1'enree, 1 box Snudrles, t Diim.d; E. Itli hiirdiiiil
t box Hardware; I). A. Hteir. 1 box Sundries; Till.
& Taylor, 1 ken Sodu; Z l box (ilasswnre; M.
1, 4 boxes l.l(iiors, !) barrels Lienors; Airs. S. II
(HasHciti k, 1 box II, II. (ioods; Harvey, 1 ( In I
Tools; (1. It., 1 Hat Ituek; J. M 4 Dud ltnllit; 8. ll
4 lied Halls; H. I... 4 lied Halls; J. It.. 1 Suck See.;
M. ' 1 Standard for I.. (ilasi; Mrs. T. Ilorni nil
I.. Davis, 1 lot II. II. Uooils; J, A. I'.. I Drausiol
Dan ltohlueon, 1 Old Cnrrlaite: John I'iiIiiIs.!
Trunk. No Marks: 13 boxes Sundries; 1 Cask Whil
4 barrels Molasses' 4 barrel Molasses; Kkeijs Horsj
shoes; 1 bail Mot. ,s; 8 Tin Cans; S bandies Chi
Still!': K Tool Chests; 4 Loaiiire Klids;''U bat ill
Med Kails; T bundles lied Kmls; 1 bundle Hi
Slats; 1 ke Molasses; 1 Juu Molasses ; 8 bamll
Wiikoii Hubs; ll reams Paper; 1 Chnlr; 1 IceCreiJ
Freezer; 1 Sued Hunter; 1 bimillu Humes; 1 Kuril
Chnlr; I Sheet Iron Stove; I bag Cotton; lOtrtuil
Sundries; 1 bundle Waxon Spokes; 1 Htovo Druil
II Looking Olnss; keK I'owder; 1 chest ClothliJ
I Common Htovo; 1 handle. Carvlnu; 3 Hulls "1
Klnu; Ii l'lnsterer's Trowels; 1 bundlu (Husswnl
1 packing Chuck Ileitis; S down Wash boards.
FUngns; 1 box HenslngiJLnri.fTuulBoies; 1 C'l
8toe md Flxttirci.