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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL rAI'lIK OF ALEXANDKIl COUNTY,
Pknatou Looan in presenting a petition
of soldiers urging the passage of the
Weaver 1111, which provides for oqualiziti
the pay of soldiers by paying them the dif
ference between the value of greenbacks
and gold, said "the measure is the most
demagogical ever pres-ntcd in congress."
The State Treasurer of Maine refuses to
pay out any money until it is definitely de
eided who are the legal officials of that
State. If he should pay money to the
wrong parties, ho would he personally lia
ble, and when money iuletvsts are involved
it requires more than a partisan opinion ot
judges .; satisfy him.
Tub select committee of the New York
assembly appointed to investigate the mau
jfcmeut of railroads handed in its report,
yesterday, accompanied by six bills. Dis
rrimiiuition and stock watering are severely
criticised. One of the measures submitted
provides for the creation ot a commission,
consisting of three persons clothed with
suitable power, corresponding with the
Si'Kakeh Hamuli, is judicious in clear
ing his skirts from the charge that he sent
to the Fusionist legislature in Maine, bid
ding them stand firm, and saying that they
urc a legal body and should not yield
their rights, because it is a matter of na
tional importance that the Democrats
hould have the control of the State gov
ernment of Maine. He denies having sent
any rucIi dispatch. And undoubtedly he
is not a fool.
An attempt will be made in the spring to
organize an independent Republican party
in jNcw York. The movement is an out
growth of the Cornell-Uobinson campaign
ot lasl fall, and probably will not be a very
formidable one. The Independents declare
that they will labor for the defeat of any
local Republican candidate, and in co-operation
with those holding like views else
where for the defeat of any general Repub
lican candidate, whom th.-y deem un unfit
Thk bill for the abolition of shivery in
Cuba, which is likely to pass tha Spanish
coites, is gradual in its operations. It frees
a third of the negroes on the island in each
of three successive years, and binds each
class to an eiu'ht years' apprenticeship, with
a strict law against vagabondage. The op
position to the bill which caused the Cabi
net crisis w as not on account of the meas
ure itself, but b cause of the rejection of a
free trade clause- which the Campos Cabi
net had attached to it. The planters claim
they cannot make free labor pay without
free trade with the United States for pro
visions and machinery.
8o VAR as promises are concerned, the
fisit of Outuy and his companions m
Washington has been highly satisfactory
to himself and to Mr. Sehurz. The pres
ent understanding is that the I'tes shall
abandon the greater part of their immense
reservation, and be allotted land in sever
alty in the Gruud river valley. The Color
ado senators wer inclined to insist on the
removal of the Iudians from the state, but
as Ouray intimated that he would fight
before he would leave, the suggestion was
not pressed. Pledges have again been
jfiven that the murderers of Tuoruburgh
41 ud Meeker shall bu given up.
Tkccmskh Sukhman has been for fifteen
yearn inflated with the fiction that he Is a
great military leader-greater even than
Grant and rests his fame upon wlmt is
called "Sherman's march to the Bea," Grant
punctured this wind-bag by declaring him
self the author of the "march to the sen,"
and laterly Gen. Iloyntoii lias been showing
upon wlmt a slender basis Sherman's milita
ry reputation rests. Tmiinseh has, in fact,
been sailing uuder false colors. His only
occupation for years has beeu that of a
party-goer, lady's attendant and dinner-out.
His instincts are sybaritish and imperial
istic. TllIUTV YEAKs' Exi'EWKNCK OF A.N t.l)
Ni-iisi:. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the perscription of one of the best Female
Physicians and Nurses in the United States,
and has been used for thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers "ami children, from the feeble
i n f "; i n t dI" one wee 1c old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
r....t Iii.nltli nml enmfort to mother and
eliil.l Wo lielieve it the best and surest
remedy in the world, in all cases of Dys
entery and Iharrha'a in children, wiietner u
orison from teotliiii!' or from an v other cause.
Full directions for using will accompany
each bottle. None genuine unless the fae
umilo nf fin-tin it I'crkins is on tin; out
side wrapper. Sold by all .Medicine deal
ers. .j cents a homo.
Thk dismissal of another siipentiu inh nt
of construction of the St. Louis custom
house has brought out a fresh batch of
scandalous stories concerning the manner
in which the government has been swindled
by the men having that particular job in
charge. Incompetency, carelessness, negli
gence, extravagance, the pensioning of po
litical favorites, and the payment of fancy
prices for cheap work are some of the
things which it is deemed worth while to
enumerate in reciting the long list of
wrongs recently brought to light. The
building when completed will bean un
sightly, and in many respects dangerous
"As Old Physician's Advice." C'oiiyhs
colds, asthma and other pulnmnaiy auc
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated in time and thus all srrious results
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry."" The first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or coupi in a
very short time. Try a 2" cent bottle and
be convinced, and yon will thus ivoid a
doc-tor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 2 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles j. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
fc Son, :W0 North Sixth street, Philadcl
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
ROUGH ON FORSYTH E.
Kll'a'ttliin ( 111. I Democrat .
Congressman For.-ythe of this disiriet in
tro Iticed a financial bill in congress l:,t
week, and if he doesn't receive the R'-pub
lican and Greenback nomination this year.
it won't be because he hasn't shown himself
to be the pessesor of broad views on the
intricate subject of finance by introdueiii!;
somebody else's bill and ailixin the glory
to his name. It is just a little bit singular
that Mr. Forsythe. with such radical and
broad views on such a labyrinthine subject
as he would fein have the people of this
congressional district lielieve by his bill,
has kept quiet during all the debates on
this subject, never leaving anything to
identify him as a member ofcongres be
yond its pay roll and a yea and nay vote of
the himsn. We say his prolonged silence
makes his present di nouncement look suspi
cious. Mr. Foisythe has proved himself
to be unequal to the emergency, and it is
certainly incumbent upon the Democraey
of the district to meet his emergency.
New Yokk City, June 10, 1871).
Entirely Recon-eher II. II. Warren
& Co. Gentlemen I hereby certify that
my wife has been using Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver cure for Uright's Diseim
and she is now entirely recr'tgod. When
all physician's remedies faiovurshc was in
duced to try your remedy , and received
beneficial results from the first bottle. Af
ter taking four bottles she was entirely
cured. Truly yours
Roiieut R. Fitzukv.alh.
Vuiutnlia il l.) Deinoiral.
Thousands of western farmers are being
swindled by patent-right operators under
the law that permits all non-residents of a
state to bring suit in federal courts. They
ih in and relief of congress. They allege
that Ih'-y are sued on fraudulent claims,
and compelled either to pay them or make
an expensive defense before a distant court.
These men are not asking relief as Demo
crats or Republicans, but as citizens. Then-
is nothing of a partisan ehuaoter in tle-ir
appeal. They find the laws cni'dly oppres
sive, made and administered in the in
terest of swindlers and against the rights of
honest men. The truth is the province of
state courf has been invaded, the sphe'e of
the federal judiciary enlarged, to the mani
fest perversion of Justice aud oppression of
Itch i no Piles Symptoms and Ci he.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, inteiis' itching, increased by scratch,
ing. very dUti-essing particularly" at night,
ns if pin worms were crawling in and abmit
the rectum; the private parts tiro some
times all' ct'-'l ; it idlowcd to c uitiniie very
serious results may follow. )r, Swnyne's
All liealing Oiithiu nt is a pleasant, 'sure
dire. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Kiyesipelas, Ruber's Itch,
liloichcs. all Scaly. Crusty, Cutaneou
llrnptions. Price fid cenis. ;i boxes 1 J,V
Sent by mail In any address on receipt of
price in currency' or three cent post ago
stumps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Men, i:io North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
WANTKh.--S!icrmniv A- f' Mui-dl.,.11
... . " .'.nil,,,,,
Mich., want un agent in this county at
once at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as above.
What Frank Lkhurb III. Nkwbi'ait.r
hays: A good piano at a fui.' price is one
of the wants of thtt times. An instrument
that is durable, that is substantially made,
ami has nil those qualities of tone which
make a first-class piano, enn bo had from
the MicNDKLHsniiN Piano Co., 21 Fast Fif
teenth street, New York, from l-ltto400.
For over thirty-seven years their factory
lias been producing pianos, and adopting
every new invention winch lias proved itself
to be valuable. They can be compared by
an expert with the instruments ot the hii;h
est name and fancy price, and the result is
surprisingly satisfactory. The Piano is
warranted lor live years, and no purchaser
has ever made a complaint. From personal
knowledge ami critical examination we cm
recommend any one to send for a catalogin
to the above mentioned manufacturers.
July SUtli. 187!).
UT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCA1I.
Tim K."'iiut KUlewaocr l'seni;er Steumer
a& champion 3sai
A.J. 1!UU Clerk.
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Wiuicr's Week. Corner Seventh street and Coin
Ociri to inform the ciliseus of Cairo and ieiui: e,
that r-he has a
New ami Large Stock of (JikhIs
Which shf will cell at actcai. cost, coiii-thi: of
Hats and Bonnets,
And Fine Imported Hose lor Ladle and C'liH.hvii.
Ladies' Fiiriikliinir Goods!
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FRANK LESLIE'S ll'M8IIINO ItOL'sK.
i, M, aud C? Fa.k l'lact, Nuw Ygrk.
Eilato of William Mci.'ormlck, Deceniiod
Tho utidersluu'-il, havlna been appointed Adrnln
Istruturoi tho estate of William .McCormlck, lata
of tho coilnljrof Alenanderand statu of Illinois,
deceased, hereby -.'Ives nollco that hu will appear
before tint County Court of Alexander County, at
the court house, j'n Cairo, at tho March term, on the
second Monday In Mann unit, at which time all
persons having claims Hpilnst said estate are noti
fied and reijuesteci to attend for the purposo of hav
IliKlhu samo udjasted. All persona Indented to
sttldesiato are reuniiMcd to mako Irumediutu pav
lueut to the nudeifiined,
Dated this 81st dav of Jan. ISSfl. Administrator.
K. L. H iker and Julia K, laker are hereby noil
lleil, that on the .Till day of December, A. D. IX7V,
Cliurles C, llollpu, who sues as receiver of the e
tate of the Sulety Deposit Life Insuruncii company,
tiled his hill of foreclosure in tho circuit court of
Alexander county, Illinois, on the chancery side
Ihereol. wherein yon, to-,'cthet with ( . ('. Jirown,
.1 unics V. Kddy. Lincoln Dubois, and Francis A.
Itiditle. aro di fendaiits, and that said suit 's now
peiiilliiL'ln said court. That thereupon a summons
was Issued out of the clerk's ofltce of s-dd court,
in said csuse, returnable on tho second .Monday of
Pebiuury. A. I). IssO, to a (erui of said court then
lo be holden at the court house In Cairo, in suld
county of Alexander and state of Illinois.
Cairo, December 1, 1ST1I, JOHN A. KUKYK,
Samlu, 1'. Wiikbi.kii. SorrforCompri. Clerk.
Ily virtue of two executions Issued out nf the
clerk's office of the county court of Alexander
county, ond Statu of Illinois, und to mo directed,
whereby I am commanded to mnke thn amount of
two certain judijeinnits recently obtained against
Jacob Ci Lynch la favor of Harvy C. Johns, and
William ( Johns, undone In favor of Jacob T'mhcr
und William Anbury out nf tho lands, leniiinei.is
coods and Chattels of the said Jacob (i. I.vneh. 1
have levied on tho followini- described p'roie rtv.
to-lt: Lot numbered three (.t i In Vloc'k
numbered forty ci.ht (-IS) in thn eitv
of Cairo, County of Alexander and State
of Illinois. Thcrclore, accorrtini; to suld com
mand. I shall expose for sain at public auction, all
tho right, title and Interest or the above named
Jacob (1. Lynch in aul to Hie above described
property, at 11 o'clock a m , on Tuesday, the :ird
iluy or February, is-o.'at the westerly door ol the
court bouse, tu Cnlio, Illinois.
Dated nt Cairo, Illinois, this fifth dav of .luu
linry, ISw). ,,ins llonons.
Sheriff Alexander Count-.
F'-rdiiiand I". Koler. Ab'.li! A. Koier and W.
I. Tr.iry, are le-reti- nolilled thst on the '.".nh d iv of
December, A. D. IS !', Michael il. I'lo-lau who sues
as assignee in batlrnptcv of the estate of the Cen
tral Saving" Hank, tiled lila hill of foreclosure, on
theelmucery side of the Alexander rountv circuit
court, in Hie state of Illinois, wherein vou are de-
feiidbnts. and thi.t said cause is mm- pending in
said court. That thereupon a summon was Is.-tied
out of the clerk's oilier of -aid rourt against you.
returnable on thu stcord Monday In fibruary. A.
D. IsSO. to a term of said court then to be huUlu; In
Ihecourt house In Cairn, ill said eotii.lv.
Cairo. December -."J. 1st'' John Hr.r. :.
Sashki. 1'. W ii KKi.r.ii, Sol'r for ( ompl'l. C). ik.
I) M 1 X 1ST HATCH'S N OT 1 C E .
K-TATK OF liENNIs sl LI IVA'.-, lri TAr.l.
Tll II n.h.rs1 i.l-. ..I hu viii . it... n m I, I.. .1 n I ...I A m ir. 1 1 .
I h rnl.ir nf , h.rV.f tu ..r 1 1.., t. . sn! 1, ii, I..,.. il...
county of Alex iiid.-r and State of Illinois, di ceas
ed, hereby gives notice that Ke will iitinenr hi-rore
Ihe County Court of Ale-atnbr ceuniv. at the
Court House l airo al the Man h term, on tin
second oiuy in Mutch next, at which time all
pe'snn- having claims ags-sst said i-'ate are noti-tii-d
and rcnuesieU to aiteni! for the oiirnnsi' of imv.
lug the same ailjust-il. All pi rsous indi Me-l to
suid estate nr.' ri-nm-iiti-ii to niaae Iinmediato pay
ment to ths undi'isign. il.
VAT it 1 1 K M I.I.IVAN. Administrator.
Dated this llnti ilayol .Innu.irv. A. D. Isnj.
dm insthatoics notici:.
KsTATE of TlloMAs C. WALKTII, Dr.f K V.sril
Suiteof Illinois, Alexander county, ,
To all parties concerned:
Ymi are hereby n itit'e :! that on Motidav. the
Mth ilayof Feiiruary.lsso, the admiiiistraior of said
estate. wiii present to l!i- c.einty court of Alexander
cou:;'y. at Cairn. liliiiot. tii" final retm.-i of
hi acts nnj doing a such administrator,
and s-k the court to be discharged Irom any
and all further duties and resin. nsjliiiiiie coiiiiee'
eil with said estate, and his admhiisiration theieof.
HI which tinic and place, you may be present and
resist sg'.'li up. lii alion if vom chons" so to do.
SA'MI EL E. WALKEl:.
WOOD AM) COAL.
(Jt W. WHKKLKIt,
Healer la nil kinds of
Corel Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG .MUDDY COAL
WO0I) AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington und
CAIRO CITY FKUPtY CO.
TliliEE -kSlQ STATKS.
(m .ndafter Moinl.iy, June 111, the boat wiil make
the I'., How-lug tr'.ps:
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10 a. m.
4 p. in.
AfiF.NTS WANTKIt. We want a reliable Agent
In every town In Indiana. Illinois, I own mid
Kansas, tos'ell our Medicines. No Capital rciniiied ;
but we do require good recommetidatioiis. Agents
can malic lllty to one hundred dollars per month,
vlllb a little work at home. Kor further particulars,
address HliuuKS & i ll , l:, C hambers St., New
YorkCltv. V. O. lior, '..WT.
KW YOUK STORE,'
WHOLESAI.K AND JJHTAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stock
IN TlfJu CITV
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth at met and
O. O. r ATIEK & CO.
WW W ATCHES. "SiS'lif
Direct from tho Manufacturer nt Wholesale Price.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
G12NI1 V A, Switzorlaiifl.
10NT.1KA L, 214 St. Lawrence St.
the ! ci it whbfi L.'(.hrlrln'a i' m ,",f' '" T1 ""r "'"l-n.ifir . t,t a, world rcnow m d Witches, it li.ll
. i.nv themTr ' ,VIn, sold by wa U hmakers, lor tho latter do rot mu.iufa. lure them, hut ,a" 0
I liny tbem Irom (hu inanufiictnn is too. W e are manufactiirliig as u SPECIALTY kevlcss watch
v wit h U7 irt'-f.'i ,1'm,t"wl'V;!lls1un,;,,r,1,,'!.'rt modern limiroveinents In watch work. It does
the iiit.'rv..ls beiweeu thu iiccessury i leauieg bl the watch. 3 ' 1 y proo,ii,K
We forward post free anil duly imbl, at the iollowlnf: prices: '
ri(UN(i NICKEL case, diver plated, (.pen face, Jeweled m .) holes. MTy suit.
able for wo-kiuen, Khool bo), etc $
HOLD EI.LCTliU I'I.ATED ciik-, (will 1,0! lose mlor) c rv-t.,1 1hss, nmk k iom'.s,
STOIT SIl.VKIt cr.se, engine turned, lever thou mi i.t, riydal glass, sunk si-cords.
jcM-ilcd in (j hoie .
KI.LCANT MIA EI! IILNTIN'C. case, fn.ri,v d, hi-hly f.i.ishi ! mov, ineM. sm.l.
conils. chMuotnelcr balance, jewi led In 10 link s, one of the best silver wutchei. 1,1 -ilc
(.(il. I) case, horizontal movement, lint and eicrnt, jeweled tbroiighi.ut. rstirk see-ond-.
cry-la! gUs, i ngr.iveii or plain polished case......
is CAIiAT ;o.D, tt If henttiigcisr, very siipirior ii.nveinent. .'in jcwilcii, j;, ),.
ly i-nriiTeil or pialij polished
IS CAIIAT CiCl.D. hunting ruse, richly etiiue,l. ski ton 1,i-ot iiiovi im nt. Culd
or Er.uuicl Dial, sunk seconds. Coinpeiisaiioii iitiitnie. etc
IS CAIIAT (iUl.D, Hi; riling case, i est i.nd n full) 1 xsn !i.-i d ski 1 ton Lm-r iuum-.
mi lit. jeweled in !c hul's (iold lluiance. wiih nil tl.e 1i,i.s; Impiovi 1... i ts, spb i.-iid
dtiornled double huniiug case
t llllijNCWETE!: W AT l H. hi,hly
:Lroi:chutit, with all the Ian st impiovi n,t
j j iilishcd or 1 ngiftved. Is curat gold Lin.llng
'in, 1 Sl.l.k 1
CllIlcN"ME'lLltC.LENDAi: WATCH, with outre ci.Mis Land. r..arl.ii,g
fur. 1 tli of seiouds, showing on dial. i!J t the miilh. month of the year, aud day of
1 j the weik. w ilb beet chronometer movui
or plain 'olis!.ed extra strotg htir.tii.g
at from $juu to fW
All the ah.ive Wa'ches in smaller sizes fur I.aJiis at the same Dries.
Monograms, Anns or Crests, will he engraved on the hacks ol the Cold Wnkht- wi-h-
out additional cost.
Every watcb askid for will be immediately forwaid'd. r. aily for in. nciMs use and ruri iv im' il
In a fine Moiocro rase. The rt Hilarity and pn rlrxiiof ;ts moven.i nt ut.d ror-i iei.iii.ns wi 1 1 'n ui -I ip
1s warranted in riling for ten e eais. liuriim whli b 1 ciiod no . I trge wiii be nisde lor r'-i airs. 11 the
watch Is forwanleil to ls post free. All gold (asis inci.e ml so,. I v La ale IS carat fli.e and In S;! ,11
watches ihe lase. are Ij. st Sterling Silver. ' '
I'crsors residing in ary part of the country m i d not I -rate toforwaid tln-ir l'ost i.fi'.n or Dm lie's
order tn our Vontn nl liraie h. as th' v may r'-lv t-j 01; re !ui g tin . jsU wnt. h onli r-il by tbi-iu, wh'.ii.,
if Lot giving the 1:111-1 complete sttisUci on. vtii I e wiilingiv .-xi t m j ,,r ti,,. Diorr-y r ti;inn ' Mu'1.1 y
may be sent either in I'at'k notes or by post oCUc inoi.ev 1 nler. A it;sc.v.u of d p c. will be a .owed fr
ord r of C und uiore watt. ties.
Ol' IN IONS OF TIN: l'HKSS.
From the "Si mains Inilnstrie: e" I'a-i. France, !s Si i.t . i;t
The f.rm. r.-w.- uiiiier-1 ;.i 1'.. dies 111 j n.U in nini wMrh.s ot the lowest price, ft,: th, t 1
watcln'" e: the price; ai.d.'roiu H.e msgriiuiic of their bti-iMSs. wc n.ay falt.y judge tt.s! Kiev have re
ceivid the iuij re-s of pubile opinion.
From the "Hordeaux Journal" .1 Vai. : ;.
We can ror.si ientiouly retomun nd all who want tobi.v a goud and duralih- v.a'.i h at conn rale 1 i'c
toeontult M. Il-liuont A: Co.
Add rcr-s : MANFRlll ) UKLM( )N T Co.
licx .MONTKI'.A I I'. i.
Tlie (irviit Cswriajre .Mamii'itcluriiii: Iloihe of tlie W'urW.
r p. . n.
1 ji iiiiiu.-
Hest materia!, yool woikniaiiship, handsoui" .y'n s, strong and
durahie vehicles in evey n sj'ect.
in every .art of the
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted. They have received
testimonials from nil parts ol the country of purport similar to the lollnwing, hundreds
of which are on file suhject to inspection:
Messrs. Emkkson Fisimu & Co. : (Iai.va, Ii.i.s,, July lfi, lsTfl.
I have used one of your Top ltuggies three years, and three of them two years In my livery stable,
and they huvu given me perfect satisfaction und 111c In constant use. USCAK K.MALLEY.
Messrs. Coitock Johnson.: Nr.wtmnuv. 8. C, .Inly 17, 1;l
Hear Sirs: I huve hen using the Emerson A l-'lslier Huggy I bought from you as ronghlv I strp
pose lis any one could . I had a fast horse, drove him at full speed, sometimes with two grown ladles and
iiiyselflii the buggy, and It Is lo day worth till the money 1 paid lor It. 1 sav the Emerson ft. Fisher
HugKies will do. A. M. TEACJI.'U, Farmer.
The favorulile reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have heen
used f:.r several years hy Liverymen, rhysicians, Farmera and others: rccjuiring hard and
constant uie, lias led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which tbe
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment huve been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
fi.l,l.. d 1 hr 1,1 m. t. r n ov. in. t,t jewel, d
1,1s, m donblt botti tin 1: i r.g-'i.i tiirneil. piin
cs-e, gold or t.nti! whi c enn ei dial, vnli
nt, ran fully i-ianiini d. In spb tdld decornU il
rase. 'Ibis watch is geucrali; sold I j retailer"
mimi & co.
l I Jl 1 .
inn. .1. niiuiunr?,
FISJIIvR & CO., are now in ue
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST.