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THE DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN.
GiENERAL DELIVERY open .:su a.m clone
r ::wp.ra.; Sunday: 8 to M a. m. '
t5Unm ' Vvvmmul J"-'n " Sa.m.t closes
Tbrontii ExproM Mall, via Illinois Central and
Mississippi tVutral Kallmad close at lsl::m p. m.
cli." ,fatT au p'n" mS a'Uro"1U ui Mu
Way Mill via Illinois Central, Cairo and Vln
ecnue $Ld MULMtpui Central Railroad, cloo at
11:4.1 p. m.
Way Mall fur Narrow Guurt Hallroad close at 8
Cairo and. Evanavllle Mver Route cleses at 8:30
p. m. dawy (except Friday).
JL K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
TtlAIN allMVK. TlUl.VS DKPAUT
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mall !:Ii)a.m.
tipres U:uup.m. Express ti:uo p.m.
Wall 10:00p.m. Mall.;.... ......4:43 a.m.
CAIRO 4 ST. LOUIS R. R.
xpre p.tn tipr-aa. ..- a.m.
Accom'datloa p.m. Accoin'iSation p.m.
C1IICAUO. 8T. LOILSANDNEVVOKLEANSH.U
Eipren l!:3na.m, Express S:Crtp.m.
Mall 10:top.tn. I Mall 5:UU a.m.
C. A.4T. RAILROAD
Ten express. ..4:40 a.m. I Tcxa exprus 11:15p.m.
Mayor N. II. Thistlewood.
Trcastiri-r Edward Dezonia.
Clerk Dcnuls. J. Kob-y.
CouEiclor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Narihal C'. D. Arter.
Attorney William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate J. J. Bird.
HMAIl! OP ALnBHMf!.
Flri! Ward-Win. O'Callahan. M. J. Howie,
becond Ward-David T. Lluear, C. U. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Kmlth.
Foirro Ward Charles 0. l'atli-r. James Kvnaston
Filib Ward-T. W. Halltday, truest 11. Pettlt.
Couuty Officers. '
Orcii! .Indite O. A. Marker.
C'lrtUiU'lerk-J. A. Heave.
Counry Judu'u It. Vocum.
ouu-.y Clerk S. J. Ilumrn.
County Atlorny W. C. Mulky.
Contny Treaciirer A. J. Aldeu.
t iirouer K. FttzgeraiL.
Couuty Commissioners T. W. IlaUiday, M. V
lirown. ramu.-l lirlley.
ii. Walnut and Cedar streets; services riabbith 11
a. in. aLd :) p. m.; bunday School 1:. p. m.
ClIIIiTlAN Eighteenth street; meeting Sib
J tuth l'):Jp. in.; preachlnu occasionally.
CIinsclI OK THE REDEEMEK-(Eplsropat)
J Fourteenth street: Moruing prayers (Sabbath)
W:i a. m.; evening prayer. , : p.m.: Sabbath
school a. m. Iter. M. J. Dillon-Lee. Iiector.
"17IKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIl'RCU.
1 Pr.-v 'hlng at In:' a. m., J p. m.. and 7: p. m.
tahbatb school at ': p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
IrniERAN-TUrtwmh r-t: ervic Ssb
j bath 11 a. m. and T::ip. m.; Sunday school a.
rj. Rev. Duemhuer, tastor.
METiloDIST-Cor. Ki.-hth and Walnut streets;
Preaching hshbatti lit:i a m. and T p.m.:
j rivcr rtK-i-tiiiK. Weduefdav T:'W p. m.: Sunday
Kbool, 5 p. m. Her. A. 1'. SIoiricuL. pator.
Sablisth at lt:t) a. ni. and T::iip. m.; praye:
raietitig Wetliielav at T::p. m.: Sunday School
at .1 p. a. Rev. B. V. ieor;e, pastor.
ECOND FREEWILL IJ.VITKT-Fifteei.tU
rv'.Mwffiinilum and Cedar rtrci-Ut: jr-
vice .-i,l)ttili at 3 and T: H p. m.
ttT..IOKl'H'S-H Roman C.-.tho'.lct Corner CroM
O atd Walnut irevt: aervtrr Sabbjth 10:10 a.
m.; s it.'lnY schtvd at 1 p. in. ; Yvapert 3 p. ta.; t.-r-rice,
every day ut S p. m.
C T. r.VTRICKS (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atrvt utid Waphtntfuu avi-nue; ..nice Sab
baih iud to a. m.; Veper S p. m.; Snr.dav '!iod
2p.ni.; er ice even- day at p. m. Rev. F. Zalwl,
(JAIHO CITY FE1UIY CO.
LCAVfk l.t.WH LEAVE,
Foot Fourth at. Mlaaourl Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 a.m. 8:9) a.m. a. m.
10 a.m. 10::W a. m. 11 a.m.
'2 p.m. p.m. 3 p.m.
4 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5 p.m.
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY TITE CAR LOAD 0RT0N, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Detwm Wa.htngton und Com-
merolal A v., adiolnlng Ilannys.
KEEPS for tale the bolt Boof, Pork, Mutton, Veal
Lamb, HaiMago, 4c, and ta prepared W lent
auiui.. iu au wiMUtv wwuni
Dry Goods and Clothing
C00T3 AND SIIUE3,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
S"?.TLAu.n!: i Cn 1 rn. Til.
II EAT XARKXT.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
fcln of the Bsffaio Head.
I Cairo, 111.
No V). Ohio
KOEIILER BEOS., Proprietow,
A fti'l and eomolete mrnlv nf the twt nt 'l
Kiuus iubi a. wars on uauu.
Order filled at any
hour, day oruiftht.
ALEXANDER C0U5TY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. ItllOSS. Prealdett '
P. NEKK. Vic Pre:4cat.
H. WELLS. Caabier.
T. J. KEKTII. AsuttULt Cashier.
F. B.'mj, Ca'ro:
WlllUm Klnae. Cairo;
Wll'iim Wolf, Cairo;
K. L BUllnz!ey. St. Louli;
J. Y.CiemjoL, Caledonia.
'eter Ni J. Cairo;
4 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
cban oli and bouiiht. Intereat paid In the
saving Oipannieut. . oSectlon, taaue and oil
butm- pnmptly attended to
JJNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
CLarttre-J March 31. 18C.
OFFICE IX CITY SATIOXAL BANK,
INTEREST raid on dope!- March 1ft and Pep-t'-inber
lt. latere- no- nithdrawL ! added im-
Dii-dtat'.-ly t the prltr'.pal of the depo.it, thereby
g-.viL,' them Coapo'-Ld itte.-t:.
ty C'lii'.dren and nurried womin muy deposit
nioDej' and no one else ran draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Treasurer.
rjWE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL. ' 8100,000
W. P. HALLIDAY. President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vlce-Preaideat.
aTAATTArUB. W. T. HAI.LlDAr,
BBNHV L. UAI-UDtT, It. H. Ct'NMNOUAX,
U. WILLIAXOJ(, aTKl'llKS BIBt),
11. U. CANOES.
Eichanffe, Coin and United States Bonds
' BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depo,:t received and a cncral bankinir htmlueaa
NEW (JUX SHOP.
II, E. RCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave., opposite Seventh st.
CA1KO, : : : llilUNOIS-
Guns, ristols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys aiaue to oruer.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH-LOADING GUNS
All work eimrantoed aatUfartorv. at rbeaticr ratoa
ban can be olitaluud at auj other place lu the city.
WHOLESALE WIXB AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
no. co ouio let:e.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have eonatantly n law
tock of the best good In the market nud Rlvo
wpuclai I attention tothO w hole.alu branch ef tho
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY
IS YOUR BLOOD PURE I
Sow this la an Important question, for without
iiuru sun waoieeome oioou mere can he no per
feet health, und without
life la a moro burden and waatc. For Impun
blood the boat modlcluo known !
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It la the Kreat Southern time tried and trtio rem
edy, and may be implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In tho Snrlnn time. eneclally for lm
pure accretlona of tbu blood incident to that.
aeaaonor the year; ana take tt
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint, Weak
neM, Holla, Tumor. Swelling, and tho thou
.and Ilia that corns from lnipuru blood.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(8) BARCLAY BROS., Wholeaale Affentl.
BOOTS AXD SHOES.
Manufacturer and dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES
Alio dealer In
The Best Hand Made Boston and St.
Louis Boots and Shoes.
Work done to order on hort notice. from the very
bett material and a good flt guaranteed.
IEAVE order at my hop. on EijzMh atreet. next
J door to Jake Walter', sign ol GOLDEN BOU'
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. fO Commercial Ave.. Bet. Fifth and Klith Sts.
Keep conf tantly on hand a larsc aneortment of
Gent and Ladlei Bootn and Shoe of all atvlea
and aize. and of the very beKt of St. Louli and
Cincinnati Hand made work: fold cheaper than
ever before, and cheaper than like good can he b
tained iu thl city. .
Aio. aiway on nana a larje tocs 01 Leather and
Finding of all detcriptiou, rula very cloe.
STOVLS AXD TIN WARE.
V, U. DAVIDSON,
WORK IB nt
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING cSc HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Beenvart'a old stand, on Eighth street.
Iiooftns nnd Giitterini: a specialty. All kind
of work skillfully aud promptly ierformed and
prices made satisfactory.
Jessk IIInkle, N. B. TutsTLSwoon, J. H. MoonB
Farmer's Tobacco Wawhonse
Nos. Ii5 and 127 Commercial Avenue.
tSfLllteral Advancement made on t'onslsn
nieuts of Tobncce, Flour, and Grain.
fA(ieut for Gear, Scott & Co. thresh.; ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing enJ'iu.
Agent for Champion harvcstlnj machines, mowers
CARPEXTKR AXD COXfRACTOR.
JOHN A. TOOK,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREE T,
(between Washington and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on short notice.
ALL work Intrusted to him will rocolvo prompt
atteutlon. aud will bo executed In a tat.sfactory
B. F. TIIISTLEWOOD,
Horse boarded by tho week ,at reaionttlo ratci.
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At prlcvito mil tho tlmci, (llvo mo call
MORNING, MAY 21. 1879.
... I . ' ' ""
THE VERY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Jin. R. H. HrnvrJ0"' Nl
v;..i' C VcB(;llno' Wlien 1 began to
l-.i': lu". l.y''r a-o with such marked ben-
'nt;Lu L'lld thonirht It wa a nlmnlant effect,
nil Willi ill rt'in .l,i.l.. t. i ...
.iu.iuu, navinir mean nau a ho-
testimonial that I w rote at that time, might think
the amo. I write once more to satisfy tbsm on that
po1 ? v 1 t,ei'"n to Me Vcgetlno almost two
?imo Jt which? K,llnel1"!',,4mi' 11 tlM! Pt
i,mi.f.'r mvi r"n '"J0?1 "'X farmer health, and
J i.rlf curKd b Vegetlne. Two year
!Jm5Tin, ,","1imncou,,l')eRn'1 llvo- I
Slriu hM,lh, bT,lf0,elht month", nd given np
to d by eight doctor, some of the mo.t .kill-
a, VL. ugte- Tlu!,r ,ala 1 ovoral
dlcaei, including coninmption, heart disease, and
Mvernl others, equally fatal, and must die. But
cgetinu, Uken a a last resort, brought me through
and to that I owe my life. Since my health began
ip improve, i nave made a study of disease, and nnd
the cause of my symptom to have been Dyspepsia
or indigestion, and I also find that five cast of
diseaae in every s x. are effect of the same cante.
When the food is not properly digested In tho stom
ach, it becomes a polaouou. putrid Dam, which 1
absorbed into the blood, and by that )s conveyed to
all part of thesvstcm. causing symptom of diseant
In any oral! of "the organs of the body: and If thl
cause is not removed, these symptom become in
time orgaulc dieaue. I have given Vegetlne a
thorough test In my own case, and also In that of
many of mv arnualutances. and find it In hp h
very best medicine extant for Dvspepsla or Indiges
tion, one of the symptoms of which is usually the
i.-nri iui you nave some organic uisease. lam
well known lu the towns of Goffstown. Weare, and
Newton, pf this state (N. II), andean furnish un
undeuiablo corroboration ol all these statements.
I will willingly answer any letters of Inquiry lu re
gard to my own case, or the use of Vegetlne.
Your truly. A.J. Bl'RBECK.
ir eoetixe Is taken regnlnrly, according to di
rections, a certain and speedy cure of Dyspepsia
will follow It use.
ASTH M A.
., Philadelphia, Pa.
Mb. II. R. Steveni:
Dear Sin For the last fifteen vcars, duriii!? the
months of May and June. I have'been afflicted with
what the doctors called Asthma. It waa very dis
tressing, rendering me miserable, so that I dreaded
Its coming on. I was recommended to use Vege
tlne. I took two bottles before I expclced the at
tack, nud was en.irely relieved. I feel grateful to
egetlne. JNO. T. RALINOKR,
11W Greek st, 1'hila.
eo Ens e ha restored thotiHaud to btalth who
had been lou aud painful suflerers.
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevexs:
My mother has used your valuable medicine -Veg-etine."
for Tetter and Kruptions of the skin, and
has found gn-at relief bv the use of It. I can rec
ommend It for such complaints.
M ,c- K- A- BLACKWELL.
Doc. 20, IS,,. Lnloutown, Union Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In thiscondition of tho skin, tho Veoetise Is the
great remedy, as tt acts directly upon the blood.
u tbu blood
iicieauausaiui purines me IiUmmI. thereby causin
uuuiurp ni u-t'.ppenr. tsy inieruni triutn.t-ui a
Impiilities are .hrown out. Vei;etise fives eood
rircnlation to the blood, relieving the Itiilained or
congested organism, restoring tho health, giving a
good, cluur cumplexlou.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetine is Sold Ry all Dnifffflsts,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
s I I
5i O i
6 E I
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
0. 0. PATIElt & CO.
I r ' i
AN OLD FELLOWS OPINION.
D Wlt.LKTT IN HVH VORK !lX!
I voted for Andrew Jackaon,
And proudly the vote I cast;
I Toted for Abraham Lincoln.
And that vote, my boy, was my last.
Although on tome point they differed,
Thoae men were the right one for me;
One stood for the cause of the people,
Oro et a down trodden race free.
I wanted to vole for Tllden,
But vent to the poll that day
And encountered a squad of soldiers
Drawn np In martial array.
A ineaklng and low politician
Then quietly pulled mr coat,
And said a he glanced at my ticket,
'You bad better not try to vote."
A neighbor I taw arretted
A man with a ticket like mine
And I aw, at they marched him to prUon,
Behind him a bayonet ihlne.
I am old, my boy, hut no coward.
Yet triva to keep clear of a light.
And don't want to ask a a favor
What I alway have claimed as I right,
So, aonny, I tore np my ticket,
And hobbled away prcjtty fast,
I'm waiting for thine to get ettled
Once more In the track of the past.
THE STATE CAPITOL.
Springfield, May 19 There bein-' no
quorum in tho Semite during the day, and a
unre quorum in the house during the after
noon, legMation was dull at the capitol to-
Jay. In either houso a few unimportant
bills were fumbled over on a second read
ing, some being advanced, while others,
over which there was likely to be a contest,
were withdrawn. The senate did not sit
half an hour during the entire day; while
tho house put in a pretty fair afternoon's
work, passing its bill permitting any fire
insurance company to insure against light
ning. OOVEUNOR'8 PROCLAMATION.
The governor to-day issued the following
proclamation in regard to the observance of
Statf. of Illinois, i
Executive Department. (
Whereas It has become a custom of the
patriotic people of many of the states of
the Union to annually manifest, by. appro
priate ceremonies, their erateful apprecia
tion of the heroic services of the soldiers of
the late war, who made the paramount sac
rifice of their lives that the government
might live, and believing that this custom
should ho honored by general observance,
Therefore I, Shelby II. Cullom, governor
of the State of Illinois, hereby request the
people ot the state to turn aside from their
every day duties and assemble in their several
localities on tho 30th day of 5Iay, inst., for
the purpose of Ignoring the memory ot our
Heroic ueail, by strewing their graves with
flomcro nn exprc9sin' in unmistakable
terms our devotion to the prin
ciples in defence of which they
braved tho (lungers of tho field anil
embraced tho soldiers death. By doing
this we shall keep alive in the pubiic mind
memories of the uoblo and unselfish sacri
fices of the men who saved the Union when
it was asssaulted by armed treason; and
shall strengthen the pcoplo in their devo
tion to liberty, union and good government.
A free nation cannot long preserve its lib
erties after the people have lost respect
for the memory ot those whose
lives were given in its
defence or in vindication of its honor, and
in no more effective way can the love of the
people for our fallen heroes bo strengthen
ed, tho recollection of their patriotic deeds
be Kept green in the public mmd, than by
assembling, from time to time, ot their last
resting places, and there, while decorating
their graves with flowers and recounting
the story of their bravo deeds, dedicating
ourselves anew to tho principles of liberty
nnd nationality for which they bravely
fought nnd nobly died.
In testimony whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused tho
seal. great seal of State to be nflixed.
Done at the city of Springfield, this
10th day of May, A. D. 1379.
S. M. 1'cli.om, Governor.
Ry tho Governor:
"Geo. II. IIvrlow, Sec'y of State.
Sp"clnl Correspondence of the Bulletin.
Washington, May 17, 1879.
Tho role of personal explained in con
gress is not a remarkably inviting one at
this time. It has been remarked by their
friends that Gen. Chalmers and Mr. Black
burn would have dono better to Iiavo ex
cepted tho general interpretation of their
sentiments from their speeches than to
have tried explaining away tho radical
points, and certainly the members trom
North Carolina and Florida gained nothing
the other day by "explaining" to the ex
tent of indulgence in some of the worst
personalities against each other that have
disgraced tho representative chamber. But
tho most lamentable failure yet was that cf
Wado Hampton yesterday to cxpluin away
the point charged against him by Senator
Windoni that ho had not only urged a Dem
ocratic convention to declare Bgainst the
constitutional amendments, but had boast
ed of that fact in his South Carolina can
vass. First ho denied pointedly having
mado such speeches, hut Senator Windoin
had a volumo containing his remarks and
entertained tho South Carolinian by reading
extracts from theux. Next, Senator Hamp
ton tal 1 that ho did not recollect that he
had mads those remarks, and finally said
if he had made thorn they wore capable of
different interpretations. Senator Windoni
remarked that he didn't circ for a contra-1
NEW SERIES-NO. 2831
versy over this question, but ho was satia
fled that the senator confessed all he
charged when he acknowledged that speech
Tho report of Commissioner Raum rela- J
tive to tho enforcement of tho law against
illicit distilleries contains somo facts which
vill set political economists to thinking.
Oue hundred and nine thousand dollars is a
startling bill for that purpose alone, and it
is not encouraging to us as a law abiding
people that 5000 persons had to be arrested
in one year for this offence, and that four
or Ave times that number escaped punish
ment wluch was duo them. The larger
proportion of this work was in Southern
states; in fact, the number of arrests there
being 5,000 to Ul In all tho other states.
What can be done to correct this evil? Can
the revenue laws be so amended as to make
the law more easy of enforcement, or to
take away the incentive to fraud? Or
should the government macliinery be
strengthened so that the law aa it is can bo
more promptly enforced, and thus abolish
the nuisance? Congress will probably try
to deviso some remedy, but it involves a
The bill introduced by Congressman
Herbert, of Alabama, "relating to the pub
lic laids of the United States," and re
ported favorably by the public lands com
mittie, is iatended for the relief of certain
persras in the Southern states who were
proiecuted by Secretary Schurz, -and fined
or tuprisoned for cutting timber on U.S.
Laids. It is supposed that many of them
wre innocent of intended wrong, and that
tney ought to be released. They cut tim
ber from lands they claimed to cccupy as
settlers, or were so long undisturbed in the
work that they supposed they had rights.
Tne Indian Territory matter is not likely
to be allowed to rest with the decision of tho
President that the lands purchased for tho
Indians are not open to white settlement. A
bill soon be introduced to give the Terri
tory a government like other Territories,
with the right of representation in congress
and this will be the entering wedge to some
conclusive action relative to the lands
named. There is a growing sentiment
against a perpetual shutting out of settlers
from these lands, and the Western States
are especially opposed to keeping that Ter
ritory as a prisou for tubulent tribes of In
dians. The health bulletin sent out from
tho District of Columbia ought to be ex
plained in the interest ot tho truth. It
places Washington among the places of
the highest rato of mortality, it beint? 26 in
1,000 to New York's 24 in 1,000. It is esti
mated that the while mortality is only
about 17, and that a great part of this is
caused by Northern pdople who come here
with discuses. The greatest mortality is
among negroes. Washington is one of tho
most delightful and healthy cities on tho
continent at this season of the year. '
Stimulate the Sliooisit Kidneys In
addition to its tonic and cathartic proper
ties, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, exercises
a beneficial influence upon tho kidneys and
bladder, when they tire inactive, by stimu
lating them to renewed exertion, thus re
opaning, as it were, a sluice for tho
escape of impuries whose regular
chanal of exit is the organs of
urination. Among these are certain
abnormal aud inflamatory elements, pro
ductive of irreparable lnjuty of tho system
if not entirely expelled. The kidneys and
bladder themselves are also benefitted by
this stimulous, as their inactivity is usually
a preliminary to their disease and disorgan
ization. They also experience, in common
with other portions of the system, the po
tent invigorative effects of tho Bitters,
which furthermore corrects disordered con
ditions of tho stomach, bowels aud liver.
Don't Be Deceived. Jinny persons say
'I haven't got the Consumption" when
nsked to cure their Cough with Sliiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We .
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that wo will re
fund tho price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Ii not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts.COcts. and ft.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, uso Shiloh'a
Poroui Plaster. Price 23 eta. For sale by
Barclay Brothers. , ,
Wiy will you Buffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
cral debility when you can get at our stores
Shttoh's Sytcm Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10cU. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
Hackmetac" a popular and fragrant
paifumo. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
IufviLors printed at theBuixrrm office,
$100 per 31. Enrelops furnished at St.
Loiis wholesale List prices for the next 30