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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKMNCI, DECEMBER lfl. 1878.
j jKATH DEFEATED.
KoroverJOyeara HKI.I.KH'S LIVKK PILLS have
JJ line atimlard n-mmtjr for Lher t ouiplalut.
" h Ick Headache. Pain In rhoul.Iera or
teuS'J Tongue. Kcver and Affi
ri I1 dlniaaea rUlnit from deranged atnte of the
T 1, or hlo".. h T . Adum., of HI Handy.
K "?r'. Pill, have .ved hui.dr.MlH of
dul'lan hi dooior.' Mil- In "ila country. K. h.
J"JS "o..l'nirllor-. l'llUbur Barclay
rpJIE GREAT JILOOl) TOXIC
For the cure af all dlacaaca arialnir from Impure,
hlood. and for luvluorntlua and itronat heii n the
yIimI oruaue. Areyott weak, uervoua, debilitated,
pmla.ud emaciated? Huve yea loat y.mr appetite r
lla.e you nauaea. palu 'n nyb,c1k- cT. ,1' $' 1,r
l.in.laeya Blood Searcher will drive ant the diaenae
and brfna hack the Bloom of Health. Pimplea,
Holla. Kryatpclaa, Tetter. Salt Jthcum. Ac.. are but
aurfaee ludlcatlouaof Hlood Dleeaao: and Ir. Llud
.y a hlm)d ru-archcr. by purllylua the ayatein auft
.ua the akin and hcautlflea the complexion. Hold
br all dr;lta. l .W per bottle . . K. Bellcre,
Proprietor, Plttaburg, Pa. Barclay Broi., Aijeuta
gELLEK'S COUGH SYRUP.
OTvrl.flOO.mObottleiudd. It la the moat plcaaant
mid popular remedy for Cough. I'olda, Croup,
Jloareucaa and all throat and luug dlauaaea. llaa
bran In hk for half a century. Doclora recoiuueud
Mid uruacrllia It. J. K. Youman, Long P. O., III.,
anva: "It aaved my two children from Ihe grave.'
'A 1.. Slmmona, of Baltimore, Md.,aUo aaya: "It
will care the worat cough Immediately.'' A your
dronirlft or general atorckeeper for It and take no
other, Prleua, 26c, and 100 per bottle. Send
for rlrcular. K. K. hcllcra A Co.. Proprietor,
J'ltlaburg, Pa. Barely Broa., AgnlaCalro.
II. MA11EAX, M. D.,
Homeopathic riiysk-iau and Surgeon.
Office 13 Commercial avenue Resilience corner
fourteenth 8t. aud Waahlngton avenue, tain).
It. SMITH, M. D.
. Ofllcc nnd Residence :
SO. SI TI1IRTKKNTH STREET, CAIRO. H.L.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omcl No. 138 Commercial Avenue, between
Kkutitn and Ninth Street '
Jp. W. C. JOCELYN, ,
OTFICE-Elgbtk Street, near Commercial Atenne.
g P. WHEELER,
tlFFICK-Ohlo Uvea. bet. Fcrartu and Sixth at.
JINEQAR & LAKSDEN, -Attorneys-at-Law.
OFFICE So. 118 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Mornimj Daily in Southern IllinoLs.
We arc authorized to announce the name of .W
rnau CtmiNoa aa a candidate for City Treieurer at
the anaulng city election.
We are athorlacd to announce the name of Wil
tbuL. HmaTOL aa a candldute for the ollke of t'lty
Treaaurcr, at the euaulng charter election.
Norica. to whom rr mat oo scans. The Cairo
Hulletlu Co., will pay no billa contracted by any of
Ita employei, or any one connected with Tiia Iln
imx, unleaa the aame la made on a writen order
rlgned by myaelf, audi lie order must bo attacuod to
the bill when preaeulod.
E. A. BfliNKTT,
HlOKAl Orrfa, I
CAino. 111., Dec. 11 lTK. I
Time. Bar. Ther, Hum. Wlud. Vel. Weailier.
:40 a in SO 48
9 p. m. 49
:4ti" 80. jO
N. 8 Fair
S. 8 Fair
N. 11 Fair
N . U Fair
M.nlmum Temperature. 410; Mlulmum Tem
perature, IAI 9 ; Kaiufall U.UO Inch.
W. II. RAY.
Serg't Signal Corpa, V. S. A.
MATTERS OF LOCAL 1UP0UT.
At the St. Churlcs hotel.
Loc u I umttiTon first nff,
An luljourneil m jt'tin of tec city coun
cil will l)nh(.'l.l thin evening.
It requires over a hiirrel of Mijjnr daily
Ui supply the youngslers of Cairo with taffy.
Amonif the niitny articles displayed hy
Mrs. Willinmsnn, we noticed an elegant
Reincinher the Arab's Hull, Chrislnum
niglit, at the St. Charles hotel. It will he
the grand feature of our holidays.
Sunt Cairo must look to her laurels, or
tlio Halliday farm, with its warehouse,
dwelling, barns, etc., will eclipse it, even in
its pretensions as a city.
No market in Christendom is supplied
with liner green apples than tliosu now to
be seen in our Levee groceries and cummis
siou houses. The ruling prices for the
best is fj.50 to fll.OO per barrel.
Mr. J. (J, Barnard, was in tlio city, yes
tcrdsy, a guest of the Planter's house. Mr.
llarnard is one of the mirst extensive oper
ators In lumber iu Alexander county, being
the proprietor of two or three last culling
U ;d the attraetivB advertisement of
Barclay Uro's. It Is rich in Iniornution
tlist ought to bo in posm sshm of tlio pub
lic. The oil they give such conspicuous no
tlco ti is beyond all perndventuro as safe as
a like quantity of sperm oil, is a splendid
llluminutor, and cheap.
The last of a consignment of four hun
dred tons of cotton seed, destined for Chi
cago consumption, went forward by the
Illinois Central, lust iilfh' i; Vi.
' stent consisted of six car loads. An-
Hlnr lot, in frgmciitnry ahipnients, will
commence arriving In a week or ten days;
M j u the company using theso leods, ex
pect us early as next March, to require n
supply of 400 or 300 tons every week, tlio
mere handling of it will form quite an Item
in Cairo commercial matters.
The Arab's Dull Christinas night, Is
already attracting the attention, ns well of
the young folks who tako delight In the re
creation of the ball-room, as of the people
of mnturer years who wish to encourage the
Much needed repairs arc going forward
in the residence portion of the county jail.
When tJieso ore completed Sheriff Hodges
will locate his family there, and take the
jail under his personal supervision. Until
that time the prisoners will be fed by Mr.
If the Taxpayers' committee of ten, nt
whoso expense the Sun is "too funny for
anything," hnvo not met, organized, aud en
tered uion the inquiry with which they
wero charged, it Is al.out timo they were
doing so. On next Friday evening they are
expected to report progress, if nothing else.
A letter from Capt. Dill Deerwart, who
i.4 in Evansvillc, Indiana, conveys the intel
ligence that his health is slightly improv
ing. As it is thought that his lungs and
liver aro both involved in his ailment, his
final recovery is not regarded as a certain
ty. Mr. W. M. Davidson superintends Mr.
B.'s Cairo business.
Wo aro not much given to asking
questions. When wo want to know any
thing, we go find it out, or remain ignorant.
But, even in this case we are tho telephone
of another: What disposition does the city
council propose to make of the city's lately
acquired railroad strip? An answer attested
by the city seal would bo preferred.
Mrs. Mary A. Rawlings is still in
Mound City. Her mission there is to dis
pose of a quantity of Mound City and Pu
laski county real estate. .She has already
made a few sales; but nt such low figures
that the transaction barely saves itself from
the designation of a gift She is Hie owner
of considerable very desirable property,
Judge Crawford is still holding court
in Metropolis, Massac county, lie will, to
morrow, complete a threo weeks' term.
Judge Dougherty is holding court in Vienna
an act of judicial courtesy to Judge Dar
ker, as several cases are on trial in which
Darker wastngaged as an attorney, before
accepting his appointment to the judgeship.
It is a matter of little consequence to
the public whether a certain young lady
went south, or whether sho returned to
Jonesboro; but the main facts are ns stated
by The Bulm'TIX. She came to Cairo on
her way south, but returned home by the
next train. By the morning train she came
to Cairo ugniu, and coutiuued her journey.
Walter, Letter 1.
Hon. John R. Thomas, our member of
Congress, elect, was in the city yesterday,
en route for Vienna, where his presence is
required in the management of a lawsuit.
After his return from that point, he will
start cast, but whether or not the eastern
trip is to be made in the interest of oue of
the applicants for the Cairo post office, we
can't say, for the very good and sufficient
reason that we don't know.
It is nice to have an appreciative fath
er, and, nt other times it isn't bad to have
one whoso vision is not too penetrating
when inclined to criticism which philoso
phical remark opens the way to the further
remark that Will Kendall occupies a com
fortable well appointed new dwelling house,
located on Thirty-fourth street, which com
fortable well appointed dwelling is the gift
of his father, William Kendall, sr.
Sometime last summer one Lee Grant,
a colored man whose name is a "household
word" iu the families of our jailers, shot at
a girl, ami was arrested. Being consigned
to the care of a gentleman who had too
much confidence in his trust-worthiness.
Lee was furnished an opportunity to escape,
and improved it. Remaining away from
Cairo until he became home-sick, he stole
into town again, and was soon discovered
by officers who wanted him. lie was re-arrested
and is again ensconced in the coun
tyjail. A tremendous transfer shed, like that
which forms a continuation of the Illinois
Central railroad depot, is in course of con
struction at East Cairo. It is intended to
give it a capacity for five hundred cars
not that there is a present demand for any
thing of the kind; but because a capacity
of that kind would be an excellent thing to
huve, in the event there should bo use for
it. With that shed completed, we see no
reason why East Cairo should not be incor
porated. Almost anywhere else in Ken
tucky, a shed and a hotel form a city of no
Affairs move nlong in Hinkle, Thistle
wood and Moore's pork cutting and pack
ing establishment, with tho precision of
nicely adjusted clock-work, At tho head
of the lard rendering department, tho firm
has what might be considered a "perfect
treasure," in the person of a colored woman
named Mrs, Taylor. She has been engaged
in her present occupation six oi eight seas
ons, all the while the boss of the lurd ren
dering department of a Princeton, Ky,, es
tablishment, where from 3,000 to 10,000
hogs weru killed annually. Mr. Hinkle in
formed Us that kIio has neither spoiled nor
damaged a kettle of ltird whilo in the firm's
employment. Certainly nioro beautiful
lard than that which tho firm offers for sale,
was never put oi thu Cairo market. Fred.
Whltcamp teen: to Iw the head man of the
cutting department, which is an ampin
guarantee that nothing will go wrong on
liis side of the house. Upon tho whole, the
establishment is in good shape, la every re
spect. Mr. V. M. Stockfleth Is said to be con
lined to his bed by sickness in the neighbor
Ing town of Cobtlen. ' As Stockfleth never
takes his bed for an attack that would kill
an ordinary man, we fear his sickness is
The Cairo and Vinccnnes railroad is
moving considerable cotton that is shipped
from Memphis and other points south di
rect to Liverpool, through bills-hiding being
given by the first currier. Tho time is not
distant when business of this character will
assume such dimensions as to require great,
ly enlarged facilities for its accommoda
tion. Pndiietth's chief industry seems to be
tho manufacture of skiffs. A float of twenty
or more passed Cairo yesterday. It is not
at all unlikely that this industry is prose
cuted among the Puducahians to the extent
of seventy-five dollars a month, There is
gr )und-work in this fact upon which Padu
cuh editors will, after a while, base a claim
for another railroad.
We announced, in yesterday's paper,
the arrival of Prof. Leon, with a troupe of
renowned acrobats, and intimated that the
Professor would give an exhibition. Tlio
Professor and his troupe arrived as stated,
but as "tho best laid plans of men and mice
aft gang aglee," the Professor cannot, as he
intended, give the exhibition. Two of his
best performers left him here, and returned
to St. Louis. For some reason (which it
may be none of the public's business to
know) the loss of these two necessitated the
Professor's immediate departure for Mem
phis, for which point he left, the first oppor-1
We are learning so much about
slaughtering hogs, etc., that it is with some
difficulty we restrain ourselves from making
application tor the post of editor to a live
stock journal. But for the fact that The
Bulletin serves as an escape pipe to our
surcharged intellect, we couldn't restrain
ourself. What we wunt to let out, now, is
this. If you have hogs to kill, or propose
to kill any of your nuighltor's hogs, don't
feed them during tho three or four days im
mediately preceding the time fixed upon
for briogiug them to the gallows. This
puts them in a better condition for the
hands of the gut-stripper, and renders them
much less loth to part company with a man
w ho starves them.
The Fancy Costume Bazar opened to
the Cairo public last evening, was all, and
more, than the lady managers promised.
At an early hour the throng commenced
gathering, und so frequent, so continuous
were the fresh arrivuls that, fur a time, it
seemed unlikely that the building would
accommodate the multitude. A descrip
tion ot the fancy und character costumes,
the arrangement of the tables, the excellent
taste and good judgment displayed in the
studied effects produced, is, within the brief
space allotted to us, impossible. Wo can
only congratulute the participants on the
score of the unexecptionably good time they
had, and the lady managers upon their sig
nal, but merited success.
Mankind, especially that portion that
has advanced to the meridiun of life, is
much attached to old forms and old ways.
We do not know but we must plead guilty
to such mi impeachment ourselves in so far
as the modes of river transportation ure
concerned. Years ago large magnificent
steamers served ns our Mississippi freight
carriers. At intervals of twenty or thirty
miles, tho whole length of the lower Mis
sissippi, these great swift-water leviathans
could be seen, acting the part of freight
carriers for the people. But now an ugly
stem-wheel boat, with from two to a half
dozen uglier barges, tukes the place that
was once filled by four or live of the afore
said magnificent steamers. We were im
pressed with this idea w hile observing the
Uilmorc, with her three monster barges,
pulling out from our landing, yesterday
evening. Piled away in those unseemly
barges wus the freight which, a half score
years ago, would have culled into requisi
sition on Uncle Sum, a Great Republic and
an Alphonse de Lnmartine, with their crews
of a hundred men each. But the new order
of things the necessity for cheap transpor
tation, we suppose, is driving those "majes
tic floating palaces" from tho river. One
by one they have dropped out, until little- is
left of them a few to remind us of "tho
times as hns been." But we must forbear.
Tho theme is becoming too affecting.
Millinery. Mrs. S. Williamson does
not intend to be undersold. Sho invites at
tention to the following prices on hats, and
assures her friends und customers that they
are lower thun the same goods can bo pur
chased in any market. She will sell felt
hats 40c. to 75c; and tho very fineBt felt for
f 1.00 worth 1.00; straw huts for 85c.
worth 50c; straw worth 05c. for 50c; fine
straw Milan for 00c. worth $1.50, also
Milium for 75c. worth 1.23. Feathers,
flowers and other goods proportionally low.
Sho only asks that you call and see for
yourself, ns she is desirous of closing out
that branch of her business before New
Year. She invites attention of her custom
ers to her elegant fur trimmings suitable
for cloaks, which she sells by the yard, also
a full line of ladies' und children's furs at
vory low prices. Her stock of jewelry, suit
able for holiday gifts, is largo and of great
variety. Sho Invites special al tenth m to
this. Sho will koep a full stock of nuturul
flowers In boquots and baskets for tho holi
days. Her English crape much logs and
English crupo collars for mourning goods
are very fine. Theso goods hate not been
in market for several years. Silver and
gold roiichings,vcry fine. Call and sco their
stock of articles too numerous to mention.
All the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, tine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a largo
nnd varied stock, tor sale at w holesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
My 5Torro'T"t7uick sales and small
profits." So suvo your money by calling at
the lumberyard of J. S. McGuhey. Build
ing mat (.'rial of ull kinds, including side
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, five two-horso Moline wagons for sale
Coal! Coal F. M. Ward has on hand
the best quality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. lie will soon huve
a large stock of wood of all kinds. He is
well known to every body and we trust
he will receive his full share of pa
Beauty and worth nro combined in the
grand "Climax1 base-burner stove, llica
doors, nickel-plated fenders und ornaments.
The handsomest and best heating stove in
the market, and the "Grand Charter Oak"
cooking stove has not its equal in any mar
ket. It is complete in ull its departments.
Both for sale by C. W. Henderson, 104
Ambrose Piatt & Co. have not been un
mindful of the approach of the holidays, and
in order to supply some of the demands
of the occaston, they have laid in a very at
tractive stock of photographic albums, auto
graphic albums, embossed pictures, picturo
books, and numerous other articles that will
form a part of the supply that will be pro
viped for nearly every houso in the city.
Christmas Oranofj, Era-Just received,
30 cast's choice Louisiana Oranges, choice
Malaga Raisins, choice Michigan cider,
Ohio cider, cream cheese, pigs iett, per
keg mid per half barrel, C nuts per 100 und
hogshead, Malaga and Messiua lemons for
the holiday. Also to arrive December 20,
50 bbls choice coast selected oranges, by
bbl und box, very fine, expressly for tho
city trade. S. E. WILSOX,
83 Ohio Levee.
Important to those w ishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We huve en hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots und shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hund-made
goods, which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods can bo ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good lino of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain lagged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. We especially call the attention
of ladies (wishing to make their bus' anils
holiday presents) to our fancy silk-worked,
hand-sewed inen"s slippers, just received.
Very nice for holiday presents. Sold
very cheap, at C. Koch,
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
CIIATTLE MOliTliAHE SALE.
On Saturday, iJociinlxir 14th, 1 87t, be
ginning at ten o'clock, a. in., at the St.
Charles Hotel, there will be sold by the un
dersigned, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash, 14 bedsteads, 14 bureaus
and 14 wushstands, all nearly new nnd of
hue quality; !J3 chairs, 1 fine office desk, 1
letter press, 1 letter press stand, 1 looking
glass, 1 largo office stove, 1 large lot of
slate colored window shades, 1 steam pump
and 1 upright steam boiler with same, 1
laundry stove, 1 wooden water tank, 1 large
pastry table, 0 twelve feet sample tables, 10
glass shade, 2 whitewood wurdrobes, und a
large number of other articles.
Jewktt Wiifox, Mortgagee.
in dead earnest! He drops a thunderbolt
in tlio way of
A clean sweep made. The public to be
No trash offered us a decoy. 1 have
space to mention only a few articles : .
Men's Grey Overcoats
Cuasimere Business Suits,
Good Caasimero Punts,
01 Ohio Levee.
For aCaae of the following Dlaeaaea which thn dlf
fcrciit numlicra of
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH TADS
Will not euro with Ilemnrkahla Kucceaa.
Y , . ( Chills und Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
0, 1 Price, fj.
L Kidney, Spine and Bladder af
No. 2 : 1 lections, and Nervous Prostru-
(tion. Price, $3.
, . ) Femalo Diseases and Womb Af-
f l:uhlfiira . iwi r.
Influmatioi' of tho Lungs, Bron
hitis and Asthma. Price, $1.
Tha ahnvH reward does not antilv to Csaea already
In the aurglcal or fulill atnRcw. On receipt of price
will aeiid T'n.l hy mall. Bewnm of Imitation, tiikt
none but the Korbu. ''F WKOnrJM.
172 Klin St., Cincinnati. Ohio, and learn particulars
lmpwtaul to invalids.
A. D V A. N T A G K S O ?
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD !
Over other Refined Products of Petroleum
FOR ALL ILLU-MfXATIXG IHJJtPOSRS.
Persons who have neither time nor inclination to investigate the peculiar merits of thf
various grades of ltelined Petroleum, usk why
JE 1 A I N K !
T II E A M 1 1 Y S A F E V, II A It I) 0 1 L,
. 1.10 s Kah rcn licit Fire Test.
Is Safer aud Better than Other Oils It is Ijecuuse Ehuiie
CANNOT ,I3XP.Lo:DKI) !
And is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil ftom which, in the proce of
manufacture, Ever)' Impurity Has Been Elliminated. Elaine is Free from
Benzine and P.iratline. In Color, Elaine is Spring Water White,
and its " Fire Test" is So High us to make it as Absolutely , .
Safe us any Illtiminunt Known. Having No Dis
ugieeahle Odor, Elaino is a Pleasant Oil
For Family use.
IT 1 )OE.S N OT INCH IT ST TI 1 11 V I Civ !
And thus is avoided its Frequent ltetrimming.
CAUTION should be used in the pim-hoM) of Elaine, as its gnat nnd growing
' popularity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK FOR IT. lSE NO OTHER OIL IX YOUR LAMLS !
I'M) It SALK HY L
I3AI1CLA Y BHOTI I MRS,
v i k )i;ksa a: ac f knts.
piHLGNIX: DRUG STORE,
COR. COMMERCIAL A V. AN 1 ) EIO 1 ITKF.NTI I ST., )
GEO. E. O'lIAllA, Proprietor, ;j
la supplied a 1th a full atixk of Kreah Drna, Mi-dicluea aud chemical of iiwloiilifil purity.
Alao Tollrt Soapa, Perfumery, Bruahea, etc., aud a Kull Line W all the popular I'alciit Family V ii ; f
clue oi thu day. ' !
If rjpeeiul Cnrc ami Attention Riven to tlio rnmpounillii:; of ili,vairlinn' pnf IpilniK. : i
A. BLACK-HOOTS AND MloKS.
We have decided to make our jrent Holiday dlaplay Immediate ly. In order nlnlnle the liienuveii'i v.i I
of ahoppiui; duriutf the wuuk projillu C'lirlrtoiua. ho our tut"iiier will fluii many uttrui f iu oi' '
BOOTS and SI -IDESf
In ever) d purtuieiil.
Lanrest and Finest Ever Shown in the Citvi
No one, if they 111 consult their own Intere.t, will
Immense Stock und
Wo can at lcaat nave you twenty-five centa nu every
LARGE STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLE
To aelect from. Note the following I'rkc Llat. nt-d call and aee the youila adverllaed
Men'i at rone working ahoea f H.1
Mun a atronx kip boula I TVi't) 9 t
Mnii'a home made kip boot It !' 9 no
Mcli'a culf haiid-mado hoota H 8 Ml
Men. a calf hand-made aewed hoota ft Hr(,M 00
Men'a calf Dom l'edro I tU 8
Men acalf Aleila - 1 7.Y((, 8 00
Mru'a calf hand made 8 W 8 Oil
Mi'n'a hand embroidered allnpera I Tftr.ft 3 Ifft
I.adlea' hand embroidered allppura 1 i.Vi i) do
Ladlea' luorocuo aewud ahuua 1 Ul
BLACK'S CITY SI LO 10 KT( )R I
140 COMMI211CLAX.' AVENUE.
JJLACK CRAPE VKILS,
NO MATT EH HOW OLD. HU8TY Oil FADKT)."
Ku-Dycd and DroHscd Eijual to New
KAS't'ON it CO,,
44il W1MT VOTKTH RTHRBT. CINCINNATI.
y-Onlera of three jrarda of Crape or upward
returned ruaior ixi'Ha rumuuT.
Our atoi k la the
luiy our. dullar'a worth of li.aita ami Hn' :u
Lrarncd Our I Viet's.
dollar, hcaldea you will huve Ihe advaiitmre of on J
Lacllea' kid rlde-laee l
l.odlea- kill button 'j
I.adlea' C kid. button. Cloth top
I.ndlea' French button, cloth tup ;l M
.Mlaaea'irooila ofllke klrxU J-VfrTiOf; per pair lexa.
t'hlldren'a morocco or k lfl ahoea
t'hlldrfii'a morocco or kid, Ta to Ka
IloV'a calf hoota.... 4 t"i :
Yo'uili'a lilp boote 1
t'hlldren'a kip booia
Chlldmira calf boota 1 in
THR NI ItSKHY.
' A Monthly M amine for Yotniuest Reado
MfPKRRT.Y tLLtTHTMATEI). Hond lfteentf
amiclmcn eopy and i'remium-Llnt. riubacrlbej
and set mat unninera hi turn year rreo.
JOHN L. HIIOHKY
88 nromfleld Hlruet, Huatoii, m