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THE DAILY CAIRO .BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKMKtf. MAY 81, 1870.
I . ;
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eliilnti ami Wonhlnutiin Avenue.
KESlDEXt'E: Corner Nlncteeiitu and Wanh-
yf II. MARFAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
tie CoMinuTclHl nvetim'. ltcslilcncu corner
Fo.irt. eiitli M. and VsliluKtmi iiu-iiuo, Cairo,
y it. smith, m. d.
Ollh-p hinI Rcslili'iicr :
NO. 31 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL
JJR. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Vmccyn. W. Commnrclal Avenue, ln-twoi-u
Eighth iiml Ninth Street
W. C. JOCKLYN.
5 Ei;.':t!i Kirt-et, near Commercial Avenue.
j ISEGAIt it LANSDEN,
CFFICE-N'o. m Commercial Avenue.
MlTl'AL AID SOCIETY.
"y IDOWS' AM) ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. and Commercial Aveune,
tij-TK'E Hul Rs: f to 13 o'clock a.m., 1 to fi and
T to s ;.r.:.
THuMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary.
pop, METROPOLIS AND PADUCA1I.
Tie EU'itaat Slilewheo) rufscnger Steamer
77.1 ru wnnnx zz
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Padiicuti. .Vetropo',! nail way ".uiidin-n. Kor
freieht or jUii-mo apply to SOL. A. MLVElt,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
,f Aye O'Nkii
Friday. May itt, at 3p.m.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
E. V. lioi Ln
.Monday, June 8, at 5p.m.
FOH MEMPHIS AND VICKSBFRG.
iEor.. '.V. I.kxvox Master
Tuesday. May -J7. at ." p.m.
JNO. n. MAUDE.
W. il. 2.u'.;e .Master
atmrsdny. May t tit 5 p.m.
Jot.Ti C.-ir.c Muster
Thursday. May if.', at 5 i m .
CITY OF YKKSBURO.
J. K. K.iey Muster
butiiriiay. May ill. at 5 p.m.
CITY OF HELENA,
Jaa -V. IiEK Mn'tcr
Tueday, June :j, lit . p.m.
for .ST. ions.
CITY OF VIC'.KSDUKG.
Ji. K H :) Mu-ter
Tuesday, May 37, at 10 p.m.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
Tuesday, May ST. at noon.
Fi.r-x iv..vnrr MaMi-r
Tanrsduy. May di, at ? p.m
CITY OF HELENA
I. McKce f. Muster
Friday. .May :w. at ID p. in.
Saturunv, I;iy al. ut noon
John Crsr.u .Master
Sunday, June 1. at in p. m,
Sunday. Jinie 1. at 1U p. m.
For n I Information apply to Anehnr Lite; Oll'iC,
Wti.r:'Vu.t No. i.
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Mijit.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'AI'EKOF ALEXANI)EU COUNTY.
Only .Morninjr Daily in Sout hern Illinois,
Foil Si,k A good business house- two
tory brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth struct. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Mrs. J. IL Metealf is said to bo on the
Judges Crawford and Browning wen'
in the :iiy yesterday.
Mrs. Rafter, wife of alderman Rafter,
of East St. Louis, is In the city, visiting the
f imiiy of Mr. Jolin How ley.
Mr. Mat Clark is about to open n ru
loon in connection with bis "rot-fry on
Washington avenue, near Eleventh htnt-t.
Johnny Crowley, traveling nert-nt for
the great St. Louis grocery house of Brook-nicyi-r
and Radkin, was in Cairo yestenluy.
- Ms Nellie KroL, Miss (Jeorgio Row.
inUr,l Mis, Nellie Dodds. all of Aimii,
.e ii. ti... ,..., viMting Mrs. H. S. Spmild
iig. Mentis hiive mnde their apprnranre
among the children ,n Eighteenth stivct.
Xo -iiMse tr,. rr,l(lily ,,,,, jf
cared lor in tune, nnd constantly.
Mr. John Clmicv returnd home yect-r-.lay,
from Mmtr .-ul, where he witness.Ml
tho grAnd'cereiiiotiii's Mtendlng the eele
. lration ofcj.ieen VictoriuV birthday.
A number of o.ir bu-int-M house, rhm
d doors yt-htenlny, ami a hulf di..eii or
tuore threw out the national radon. n ull
intimation of their re.pect for the day.
W" received a friendly rail yeterday
from Mr. .lame A. Keiineday, editor of the
Catholic N'ew, n weekly journal recently
GJtiiMfchc.l in SpringfleM. Mr K. will re
main in Cairo two or three days, having an
eye, the while, to tho busim-M interests of
Miss Annie Alvord goes to Jackson
ville on n visit to friends, and not to re-en
ter the conservatory of music, as stated yes
terday, she having graduated several
W. Morelund, Esq., one of the. most in
dustrious and promising lawyers and cer
tainly one of the most ardent and influen
tial Democrats of Union county, was among
the decorators from tibroad, who visited
The Cairo & Vincennes train that ran
to and fro between Ceairo and Mound city,
presented the attraction that most people
find in good music. A fine brass band was
on board, and added not a little to the
pleasure of the trip by the music discoursed.
It is claimed; (and as it is a matter
that we are not disposed to "haggle" about
it, we agree to it) that the man, John, Fuller
was guily of the theft of the sardines and
oysters, and that Londa Moore was not
that Fuller confessed tho crime nnd settled
the costs, etc.
If other localities contributed as large
a per cent, of the colorod population to the
crowd that assembled at Mound city, yes
terday asVairo did, the total number pres
ent could not have fallen short of 2,000. It
is estimated that more thau two thirds of
the Cairo crowd were composed of colored
men, women and children.
A coal car on the St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain and Southern railroad, jumped the
track, at Bird's Point, yesterday, aud
plunged into a ditch. Two men were on
the car at the time. One of them, named
James Avery, had his shoulder blade and
left arm broken. Andy Griffin, the other
man, was injured very slightly.
About midnight, Thursday, while Offi
cers Schuekers and Hogan were passing the
corner of Eighth and Commercial, they
heard a lively commotion in the Planters'
saloon, and entering thev discovered Harris
and Moore, brothers-in-law, in the act of
belting each other. The belligerents were
taken under arrest and held for trial.
We heard, yesterday, that Dr. Holden,
now n resident of Jonesboro. but at one
time the mayor of Cairo, is suffering in
tensely and is in great danger from the con
tinued eatings of a cancer. It is said that
for the past six weeks he has been confined
almost constantly to his -bed. We sincerely
hope the facts have been exaggerated.
Our physicians report considerabiesiek
ness in the city; but little that is of a necs
sarily deadly type. Remittent nnd inter
mittent fever, bilious complaints including
colic; cholera morbus, measels. dysenlary.
etc. Unt whtit is true of Cairo, in this re
gard is true of every other locality in South
ern Illinois, ami the adjacent portions f
Missouri and Kentucky.
The well-appointed and popular steamer
Champion will make a Sunday excursion
trip from Cairn to Padiicah and return, leav-
ing Cairo nt ti o'clock in the morning, and
returning at 0 in the evening. The fare for
the round trip 100 miles travel is only
fifty cents. The Champion is admirably
arranged for excursions, nnd can conven
nccommodate from 000 to S00 people.
Quite a number of citizens have com
plained to Health officer Wooten, that the
Mississippi levee slaughter houses give out
ungracious smells, and are therefore nuis
nnces. lie will at once issue the ret mired
orders to the butchers, and should tticy neg
lect or refuse to compiy with them, lcgid
proceedings will be instituted, ami com
plaining citizens will be subpu-naed as wit
nesses. The St. Charles Hotel was re-opened,
yesterday, under tho management of Mr. A.
S. Robertson, formerly connected with the
Planters. The St. Charles, as our renders
know, is tin- best appointed hotel in Cairo,
and Mr. Robertson being an excellent busi
ness man, and having had considerable ex
perience in tho inner management of hotels
the public will fiad the St. Charles a first
class establishment, generally and in detail.
While two or three gentlemen were
standing at Hart man's corner, about nine
o'clock last night, the flush of a pistol was
seen nt a point near Koch's shoe shop, In
stantly the ball ifeishcd through Hnrtman's
show window directly over the heads of the
gentlemen above referred to. A moment
later a negro was seen to run from the spot
from whence the ball was II red, toward the
river. Why the shot was llrcd is n matter
that remains to be explained.
A train of six passenger coaches came
in about 10 o'clock yesterday, on the Illi
nois Central. The larger portion of the
passengers left the train at Mounds J unc
tion, and were conveyed thence to the Na
tional cemetery by the Mound City rail
road. Quite a number came on through to
Cairo, and nfter loitering about the city
awhile took the C. A: V. train, and visited
Mound City. A number of thejnissengers
came from Carboiidale, but tho lurger por
tion lroiu Jonesboro and Anna.
-The Reform club, lust tilght. was ad-
drcssea by the Rev. V. Whltaker. His
speech win n pluln presentation of the hor
rors and miseries of drunken life, and of
the happiness and thrift of a life of mo-bi'e-ty
and Industry. The contrasts were
forcible. Indeed malty persons who heard
the speech regard It as one of the best he
has yet mude. In the club room 1,,-low
the ladle bnd provided an abundant supply
of cuke, Icd-sheibert and Ice-cream. The
latter win liiiimil'artured in Chicago, and
wm the nioHt delicious cr'-nm we ever
tasted in Cairo. The ladies were well pat
ronized, and certainly deserve the thanks
of all friends of temperance for rendering
the club meeting attractive, as well by their
presence, as by the toothsome refreshments
they provided ut such 'very reasonable
Right Reverend P.ishop Raltes reached
the city, yesterday, on the afternoon train of
the St. Louis and Cairo road. To-morrow
he officiates in the forenoon (after High
Mass) at St. Patrick's church in administer
ing continuation, to a number of young per
sons, who have been receiving instructions
from the pastor of the congregation, Father
Zabell. In the afternoon services of a simi
lar nature will be held at the German
Catholic church. From this place the bishop
visitsMonnd City, thenco several Catholic
settlements along the Illinerts Central rail
road. -The narrow-gauge brought in quite a
crowd of excursionists yesterday morning,
composed chiefly of young men. A num
ber of these, learning that the fare to Mound
City was forty cents, and not understanding
that this sum paid for the round trip,
struck out up the railroad on foot, declar
ing that they were not often olfered an
easier way for making forty cents than by
walking seven miles on the railroad. We
are much inclined to the belief that the
young men felt they had earned every cent
of their money before they reached the ccm
We dare say that there was not one
person in a thousand who supposed that the
members of our new archery club would hit
"the bull's eye" three times out of five ain
they didn't. Tint they did as quite all new-
clubs do, scored a big arrary of misses. It
must nut be understood, however, that the
result was made up entirely of "goose-eg.
as we professional base-ballists put it, for
during the practice the target was hit
once. But "practice will make perfect,
anil tlien the contests will become inter
The colored man Henry Symme was
brought before Squire Osboru yesterday, to
. answer to the charge of arson, preferred
against him by Noah Harris, who live
nyle or two beyond the upper line of tin-
corporation. Henry attempted to setup an
alibi protesting that he slept in an empty
box car in Cairo the very night the corn-crib
was burned; but ns he could bring no proof
to that effect, ami as Mr. and Mrs. Harris
swore positively that they saw him in their
neighborhood on tin- night of the tire, and
as other damaging facts were brought to
bear against Hetiiy, the squire could do
nothing less than hold Symnies to bail ti
answer the circuit court. The amount of
the bond was fixed at f.'OO, and the ac
cused being unable to liil it, was committed
There was an immense crowd of people
at Mound City yesterday. The river and
railroads and the surrounding country pour
ed in their scores and hundreds until the
crowd had swelled to the number of four or
five thousand. The committee of arrange
ments had written to Generals Palmer and
Black, Governor Hendricks and other emi
nent gentlemen to come and address the
multitudes, but all of them failed to re
spond. Mr. Oberiy being present was
forced into the service, and delivered, what
the people were pleased to call an able, elo
quent and patriotic address. The notes of
our reporter not being wiitteu out, and our
compositors begging for mercy, we have
concluded to defer the publication of the
remarks until some future issue. The cere
monies at the stand concluded, the people
amused themselves after the customary
way, much of the pastime
consisting of very healthy
feeding. While it cannot be said there
were no drunken men on the ground, it can
be said, und truly too, that for so large a
crowd, the evidences of dissipation or ine
briety were conspiciotisly few, and to be
seen only at long intervals.
Lmuie sums of money have been made
in Wall Street by persons shrewd enough
to invest at the right time. The old house
of Alex. Frothingham & Co., brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, is entitled to abso
lute confidence. Their customers are fre
quently rewarded by large returns. Send
for their Financial Report.
LIST OF,!lVi:ilTISi;i I.KTTKHH KKM.UNtNO IN
tiii; mho i'ost oFrici; may Jil, l7:i.
Mrs. A. M. Adams; Mis llettie Allen;
Miss Victor Behtirst; Miss Belli. Ranks;
Miss Sallie Blown; Mis! Lizzie Carroll;
Mrs. Martha Crayton; Mrs. Sarah Courtis;
Ellen O. Dunning; Miss Lena Brown; Juno
in hi Drelson; Miss Msttie Reiisley; ,mSh
Maggie Hervey; Mis. J. B, Gli,,; Vanlu
Lumpkiiis; Mrs. Dou'l Moss; Violet.
Mosely; Mrs. Louis Nassano; Mim Mattio
Narthaiiton; Mis, Anna Jleinincl; j.jvjt,
Russell; Mrs. Rosa Williams,
Douglas Burton; Edward Allen; Chas.
Bell; Eugene Biles; J, M. Budget,; .Julius
Birger; Warden Coons; Jno. (', Do ,;i,me
Earl; Jim Estell;N. E. E!lit!niip(.; Willie
Fountain; Wm. (latlin; Fillmore Jackson;
A. Kraus; Harrison King; Ben, MiCmniless;
C. 11. Martin, (colored); Jasper McCarthy;
Mike McQuIrk; E. M. Prince; Jerry it.,,J
der;Ralph Phlnney ! I.W. Ih iit;!:, M. Rb.
inson; A. J. Sentibaiigh; Henry Svi.s J,,,
Smith, Carson vv Co.; Tho. Si::ir; s,(mi,j
Sladc-.W. R. Sinclair; M ijnr 'l,, ..01,.
U.. ....... I ...... I, . I 1
r-miMiei t .iuiui; r. iii rt-n ; I'm,-, p
Wdll;Nolec William; R n
Pleas.' call lor "adveii'id" ,...,
DEATH OF ST. J. PILLOX-LEE.
Of the many sorrowful nnd lamentable
surprises to which our community has been
subjected during the past year or two, nono
has been more intense than that which fol
lowed the announcement of the death of
Rev. St. John Dillon-Lee, rector of the
Church of the Redeemer, Ilissickness was
generally known, and known to be of a seri
ous and nust painful type; but on Thurs
day he was thought to be resting easier.and
no one apprehended n fatal termination On
the contrary, it was believed that he would
recover. About eleven o'clock Thursday
night, however, he was taken worse and his
attending physician responded to the call,
and remained at his bedside until 2 o'clock.
Again at five o'clock yesterday morning the
physician was summoned, and remaining
until half past seven, left the patient in a
comparatively easy sleep. Shortly after the
physician's departure, a great change was
noticeable the patient grew rapidly worse,
and in half an hour was a corpse the in
telligence going out over the city at 8
o'clock that Rev. Dillon-Lee was dead! He
was first attacked with inflammation of the
stomach and bowels, nnd finally the inflam
mation seems to have involved his whole
No minister that ever located in Cairo
ever gained a stronger hold upon the affec
tions of his parishoners, or upon the friend
ship, respect nnd confidence of the people
in general than Rev. Dillon-Lee. He was of a
nervous temperament, ardent, cordial and
impulsive. Eminently sociable in his na
ture, a brilliant and fascinating conversa
tionalist, and entirely free from that reserve
and stiff-restraint that render men unap
proachable, he won the respect and admira
tion of everybody with whom he was
thrown in contact. As a minister of the
gospel he was deeply read, and having
added his theological lore to a thorough
classical education, his sermons were re
garded as the most scholarly, eloquent ami
impressive ever delivered from the pulpit
he. occupied at the time of his death. He
was a man whom anybody could approach
the child, the lalrer, black or' white,
were greet'-d with courtesy and cordiality,
and always left him sensibly impressed
with the truth that they had met a gentle
man. He Reined to hav- an eye to the
bright side of life in everything; and to
every soeial circle, he came :;s the sunshine,
gladdening all about him. True to the
holy vows he ha 1 taken, he yet sought to
make what he had learned to believe "the
right way," tin- way of pleasantness and of
peace; to convince the world that the
bright'--: and best life was the life- of the
Christian. It is not to be wondered at,
therefore, that the sudden snatching away
of such a man and minister, such a friend
and companion, should fill ull our people
with feelings of prefutind sorrow and re
gret. But the community's loss and the
people's grief are not to be com
pared to the heart-cutting arigiii-h
that f.tirly crazes the devoted
wife and fatherless children. They have
the unbounded sympathy of all who appn--
iate the great measure of their bereave-
:icut; but expressions of sympathy in such
i case seem but empty words. Time alone
an serve to heal such wounds of heart and
soul a thty are suffering.
As to the disposition of the ltody we have
no positive information. Deceased's father,
who is now in Ontario, Canada, will proba-
ly arrive here Sunday. In that event the
matter of the disposal of the remains will
determined, aud the funeral services
held on Tuesday. Meanwhile the body
will be nt the residence, in charge of the
Knights Templar, of which order deceased
was an honored member.
at Tin: ri.AN'i r.i; norsi;.
Phil. Crooke, St. Louis; J. G. Morris,
Wheeling; W. W. Stickney, St. Louis; W.
C. Smith, Curbomlale; W. A. Hanson, Jack
son; I). S. Johno:i, Villa Ridge; ('has.
Fritsi-t, St. Louis; S. S. Merriman, Chicago;
R. W. Willis, Metropolis: E. A. Conner,
Metropolis; A. M. Stratton. Chicago; P.
1'iickett and wife, Dexter, Mo.; O. S. He
ron, St. Paul.
DIXON' SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capacious dining rooms hate been built,,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. Thespriygs
uro situated in a high and healthy locality,
Hitrrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their inodical qualities, not excelled by any,
nro too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with tin abundance of
Ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
und strictest attention to the comfort ol
guests Is guranteed all for the small sum
of ijiS per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. Biiowx Sc Co., Proprietors
May 2otli, InTu,
WHIR SCKKKNS, FUUXHTKE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured nnd nil kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twell'ih
Htreets; also nil kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing mid upho.
ntciing done on short notice. I ,.1V(1 (l
good supply of walnut moulding mid wire
cloth for screetis.to be made up in the latest
nnd best style. Price very low.
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIG A.H!
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever ottered to the
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A THIAL
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a line aromatic smoke
will do' well to trv
mi nil DDA n
inn i iiui)1jiij1V1 wijAI
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of he Cigars imported to this country.
A Sl.XCi.LK TRIAL WLLL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FI11ST-CLASS HKTAIL DKALEHS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, und no dealer should be
SOLK ACIKNT VOli CAIRO,
rail aniU'xamine and he convinced. Jf. MEYERS.
GERM AX-F.NGLISll SCHOOL.
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich. known to our
people as a successful cducathr, will open a
German-English School, in Turner's Hall,
on the first Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that are re
garded essential to a thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will be opened on the
evening of the same day. Pnv.tte lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib
For particulars apply to Mr. Freidrich. at
UK! H E! K K!
ani pn.pared t'.furnis., ,ce- ho esale
or retail all through the s'-ason. Oihce,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
next door to Bristol's
Jac.hi Ki n..
Lokii. laud's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lnrilhird's Nh kle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, fr sale- at F. Kor-meycr's at fac
b k, Ii k Winu i sAi.t; ami Ri.TAii. in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city. Ieivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities lis cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
resilience on Seventeenth m ar Commercial;
at SargeaiUs, on Eighth stree', or address
me through the po-t-iiflice.
F. M. Waiu..
NoTKT..--To ALL WHOM IT MA Y COM KltN :
TIm- Cairn Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same- is made- on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill w hen presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bl LNHTT.
Gmx (.nil.. Nkw ami FiiLsii. I have a
t'nl! line nf fn-sli f onile irrnei rii a nf i vi rv
iuii urn. 01 iron i.imuy gmo-rnsoi tu rj
variety, just received,
and for sale nt close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
'," . 1 . , . 1 1
the gardens. large stin k ol canned
goods, fruits, etc.. at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Si-illkii.
,, , , , , .
I.VTH M II LlKl: hen the blooil, tree
n, ... , , .
0111 inpurities makes lytlmiie melody 111
man's life, he cannot sutler from trouble
with the kidneys or liver, and dies w
Kidney-Wort is an unfailing
cure for these evils. It also aids digestion.
Tks Ck.nts Wiuitii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 11'.' Commer
A Caiid. To all who nrc suffering from
the errors aud indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hixid, A:c., I w ill send a n-cipe that will cure
you, I'ltm; ok ciiAitoK. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in SouMi
America. Send a si-lf-nddresseil envelope to
the Rev.JosF.ni T. Lyman, Station J. NcW
Ahciiitikts and school ,os having
limps and plans to draw fii' Lenmon's
Dyes the most convenient form of colors.
They are put up by Well's, Richardson St
Co., Burlington, Vt. These Dyes are the
best to be had for general use. Druggists
John- J. Sti'.lzmii him removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
eateil by H. Hoiipt. He Im n large stock
of jewelry ol l kinds, wutches, clocks.t-tc.
His silverplated ware Is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, wMy below anything ever
yet olfered in this market, IBs watches,
and clocks are also down to tho smallest
margin. He Is a tlrsf-clnss jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and Jewelry, and always guarantees
Ids work. Try 1,1m.
i in rim n
A siile bur tin'v. sir u'le i'fit. without t"t. A;iy
at the Hiilietlu vijiiti'liii: room.
PaDIVAII AXI) PiKTl'IIX
On tao sqiUij'li'l !!'!. he, I steamer..
J. H. NEWMAN M i-t.
A.J. BIRD ( ;,r
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Mru'lllT l!l inif urt III s II Vim k MOel:iv m..riiii.
fur 1'ieliK n!i. l.iu'lini: :! ;miM. m, 'tin- nu r"
li-Oirnliiif. will h-.w ratiardi nt I p. hi., nfrnit:;
ul iiiro t 'J p in. A li. to r rdiimv ..r ,Uv .
I'len-iir'. niiil ri i-reutliiii ill tn.t n.-ic-i !.:, i t
(liirliif tin- pi n-iin. K r t . . ! . i li,it. .1 tn i-.,
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' I! ATES REDL'C'ED!
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GOOD HORSES AND PUGG IKS
At prices to milt the time, UIvp mo trail