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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1881.
Till: DAILY BULLETIN
O'llif. I'ullKlo iiulldlnc, Wuablnetou Avenue
RNTBKKl) AT TUB POST OFftCB IN CAntO, IL
LINOIH, A 80ONI-CLAHS MATTKB.
OJfKi-;iAL PAPER 0? CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
KnU.-stn column, l(;lit cent per lluo for
fl-t an.l uvo cum mirltiie rb eubaequeiit liiler
lion. Kr oiib wek, SOcunia perlinu. lor one
mouth. ii' fifiiti" Pr l'"1'
Flection of Officers.
AH members of tlio Cairo Board of Trade
are n-iucsted to attornl a meeting of the
bonid on Saturday, October 15th, at three
o'clock p. m., for tlio purpose of electing
oilier for the ensuing year. Iiy order of
the b'mrd. C. Tjnk, Secretary.
Coiiiiiwnciiig Sunday, October Oth, 1881,
passt-tigcr trains of the St. Louis, Irun Moun
tain and Southern railway will arrive at
and depart from Union depot, corner Second
street and Commercial avenue. Ticket
office, 5") Ohio levee.
Oxk KfiiMsiiED and one unfurnished
rooms to rent. Apply of
Mus. lioyi.E, Eighth street.
. "Public Opinion"
rules men, women and society, Kings and
Princes acknowledge its sway, and Public
Opinion iH sold ouly by II. Meyers, solo
agent for Cairo, Illinois. Don't fail to ob
tain a supply.
All parties holding duo bills from C. O.
Patier & Co., will please call and have
same awii) to October Sid, 1881. Persons,
indebted to that date on our books, are re
tWed to make payment at once, as all ac
counts of the old firm ' must be closed at
once. ('has. 0. Patiek.
Messrs. Jesse Hinklo & Son, 79 Ohio
Lcvei;, are prepared to furnish at retail all
kinds oftresh meats at the lowest prices
and deliver the same free of charge to all
parts of the city. Orders for meats by tele
phone Xo. 119, will have prompt attention.
Oysters by the Can
at De IJaun's 50 Ohio Levee.
13uy Long or Short,
but be sure to buy enough of "Public Opin
ion," the best cigar ever offered in this
market. Sold only by IT. Meyers, sole
agent, Ciiro, Illinois.
at Do B iuii's 5t4 Ohio Lay en.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
1 :iin now prepared to soil ico by tbo car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagon1) will run to all
parts of the city during summer, nerving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ico Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
'phDo No.. fJ2. F. M. Ward.
in cans at Ie Uaun's.
For Sale at Greenfield' Landing:,
1 oiler for sale my store bouse, residence,
and three acres of land. The store is lOx
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side of
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tanxku, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
geriVThaip's Restaurant and European llo
tei, Ohio Levee, next to City National Hank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best stylo, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use,
in tans at lie Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LKAfcE Koll A TK11M OK YKAItfl.
I will lease mv farm at Pulaski in miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm Is rich bottom and tim
bered upland. L'ood for fruit and i.h
cardeuintr: two livinu snrinus of wnte.r that
have shown no signs of failing this present
drv season: new two storv dwelling of 7
rooms within five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postoffico and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as tbo best can bo
obtained bv dnvinir. At a little cxnensa
a fish pond fed by living water can bo
ma'.le ami stocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to tliu acre ami corn will yield 80 bushels to
the acre. As a dairv farm, the nlnen is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
nor 's, etc. will bo sold w ith the lease ll
desired. Parties are invited to visit tlio
place or address me by hitter.
E. M. Lowk, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may bo made at Tun Bulletin
office or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at De Nairn's 5(1 Ohio Leveo. ' ' '
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Ilattie S. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Schuh'H.
- Prof. Floyd's terms for day-school re
2 per month, io advancu; night-school as
Paper hangers and painters aro at
woik in the business houso of Mr. Samuel
- Any person taking a newspaper and re
fusing to pay for tha same, according to tho
new postal law is liable to prosecution for
If you want first-class boarding call at
Charles Rchocumeyers' corner Poplar,
Tenth and Washington avenue, Oermania
The ico dealers have had au unusually
long and lucrativo harvest in this city dur
ing the past season. They are now ncar
ing their rope's end.
Tho committee of gentlemen, who are
about to organizo a lecture club, will meet
this evening, half-past seven, at tho office
of Lincgar & Lansdcu.
Tho advance car of John Robinson1!
circus arrived in tlio city last night from
Vinccnnes, Tho tent will bo pitched in
Cairo on the 2Uh inst.
Tho Cairo & Vinccnnes and Mobile &
Ohio inclino was used for tlio first time,
Sunday morning, by a train of freight cars
from tho Iron Mountain railroad.
Barge No. 75, belonging to tho St.
Louis and Mississippi transportation com
pany, has taken tho place of tho whnrf-boat
No. 2, which will give the necessary storage
capacity for tho present.
A t threo o'clock this afternoon the
ladies of tho Methodist church will meet at
the residence of Mrs. N. B.Thistlewood, for
the purpose of transacting business con
nected with their church.
Tho late rains are causing tho grass to
grow rapidly, and it looks as if an abund
ant fall pasturago would in a measure com
pensate our farmers for tlio oorn they were
forced to feed stock during the drouth.
Captain Frank Harris has resigned his
position in "Tho llalliday," and gone to
Chicago. Mr. Harris is a genial, clever
gentleman, who will make friends
whorever ho goes. Mr. Wright succeeds
him in tho office.
The quantity of water, which passes
Cairo from the Ohio river, is four times
greater than that which flows by through
tho Mississippi river. Will some highly
educated sanitarian arise and place upon
record an emphatic denial?
Vennor predicts a very severe winter
for Great Britain. In this country, he says,
the winter is likely to bo open and mild,
with ft few brief but intensely cold "dips"
the first of these will probably be felt at
the close of November or beginning of
We have received a beautiful song,
titled "Write to the sad folks at home."
The ''Song Friends" says: "It is a good,
plain, wholesome song, good words and ex
pressive melody." Sunt on receipt of 0
cents in stamps, by Theodor Wolfram,
The new office fitted up on wharf-boat
No. 1 is exceedingly elegant, made so prin
cipally through the efforts of Captain
Baughman, whoso early apprenticeship to a
carpenter in Pittsburg, while yet young,
renders him very skillful in tho use of tnc
saw and chisel.
Tho telephone now being in running,
or taking order, onwharf-boat No. 1, the
chap who always wishes tho exact time the
Fowler will I 'lve, is respectfully asked, in
behalf of thu clerical force of said wharf
boat, to put in an appearance and begin as
early as possible to jingle the bell.
Officer Warren Wims is circulating a
petition to the city council among tho
residents and property-owners on the north
side of Fifteenth street, between Walnut
and Cedar streets, asking that a sidewalk
be built in front of the said property. The
petition is being numerously signed.
A Atrip of street, between tho tracks of
the Illinois Central railroad on Ohiolevcc,
below Fourth street, is being paved with
broken rock. That particular part of the
street has most always been in bad condi
tion and in 'almost constant use; the im
provement is therefore an important one.
The Illiuois Central railroad company's
wharf-boat was brought down from Mound
City yesterday evening and was placed in
position by Mr. 11. F. Jones, tho new clerk,
with tho assistance of ten men. The boat
has boon newly calked and otherwise re
paired. It will bo newly painted while
In tho last sixteen years wo have ha 1
two presidents assassinated, one tried by
impeachment, and ono fraud, who was
never elected, and enough money stolen
from tho treasury by tho whisky ring, star
route ring, and other thefts, to pay the
national debt. But all these guilty chaps
have been loyal.
Tho item in tho Argus of Saturday,
in regard to the mulo stolen from Smith
Brothers' vard. was received, with all Its
details, direct from the man in charge of
tne yard, and was certainly thought by him
to be correct at tho time. Bulletin please
copy and charge to the mule." f Argus.
Can't do it tho editor of tho Argus has
no account with us must havo "spot cash."
This, in tho Jewish calendar, is tho
second week in tho year 50-12, and tho fol
lowing important days aro yet to bo cele
brated: Octobor 14th is Hosphaanah
Rabun, a day of prayer; 15th, Shemineo
Aseret (8th day); 10th, Simhat Torah. feast
in honor of finishing tho reading of the
rolls; tho 23d and 31th, Rosh Ilodesh lies
bran, beginning of the second month.
Tho agreement between tho flinc
Dutchman and another well known cor
poration having fallen through, tho captain
of the Dutchman folded his horses, zobras,
eagles, etc., quietly into a two-horse wagon,
Saturday afternoon, and took tho Sto Geno
viova for Capo Girardeau. Tho Cape poo
plo have tho sympathy of throws citizens of
Cairo who resided adjacent to the bIiow
This statement from tho Boston Tran
script should ho a star of hope and a spur
of endeavor to Illinois farmers: "A farmer
has recently died In Penobscot, Me., whose
property exceeded $100,000, every dollar of
which was made in farming, and without
speculating in real estates.1' When a farm
er can thus Bucceod in tho rocks and hills
of New England, what might a farmer not
accomplish in tho matchless prairie soil of
Illinois, by the same exertion and economy?
Tho diseaso known as "pink-eye,"
which has prevailed among horses through
out the country, but which has not victim
ized any in this city, is slowly disappear
ing. The ailment proves fatal in but few
cases. Thcro has been no loss of stock in
this city. An old and experienced horse
man of this city, is of tho opinion that
"pink-eye" is a sort of second to epizootic,
and that when it has run its course, the
country will bo froo from diseaso of this
nature for years to come.
The caso of Laura Raymond who was
chargod, in an information sworn out somo
time ago by State's Attorney James M.
Damron, with being tho patron of a disre
putable house, has recently been decided in
the appellate court of tho Fourth judicial
district of Illinois. The defendant was
found guilty in the county court and fined
fifty dollars and costs, but tho attorney's
for the defense, Messrs. Mulkcy fc Leek,
not satisfied with tho decision, appealed
from it, which resulted in quashing the in
formation and discharging the defendant.
A white man, whose namo we could
not learn, fell from tho guard of tho Illi
nois Central wharf-boat last evening and
camo near being drowned. Mr. R. F.Jones,
of tho wharf-boat, heard the noise, and after
some search, found tho man clinging to a
chain. He requested ono of tho workmen
to take a ekiiT and bring tho man ashore;
which was done, but not until a large quan
tity of water had found its way into the
man's stomach and head. lie was uncon
scius and speechless for a time, but revived
soon and was allright again half an bour
In this issue of The Bulletin will bo
found the name of Salmon Hazlewood an-
nounced as a candidate for the office of
county commissioner at the November
election. Mr. Hazlewood is an old resident
of the county, counting the years by tho
score that ho has helped in tho good work
to bring Southern Illinois out of its prime
val wilderness and change the face of the
country into farms, rich in tho production
of cereals and fruits. Mr. Hazlewood is a
long-headed farmer of sound senso who
will make a good county commissioner, if
The latest swindle practiced among
the rural people is that of tho "Detroit
Spring Bed company." If an agent of this
company comes along and wants to store
a dozen or more of these beds in your barn
or some vacant room, and offers you a bed
for the favor, don't you do it. An Iowa
farmer had $80 worth of them unloaded on
him, and what ho gave as a receipt for them,
proves to bo a valid note, which he will
have to pfty, and he is a pretty shrewd busi
ness man, too. The beds are actually worth
about $1.00, but no farmer wants a car
load of them at once.
The season of tho year has arrived
when tho head of the family is obliged to
lend a band in putting up the parlor stove;
so with thoughts of future comfort the task
appears quite pleasant, but ere 'tis half
completed, an inch andaquartor of skin
peeled from tho back of his right hand,
three cinders in his left eye, and a quart of
soot sprinkled over his shirt bosom and
down the Imck of his reck causes him to
forget the teachings of his, younger 'days
and indulge in a few remarks, which,
though quite foreign to christian sentiment,
gives ease to his injured feelings, and, for
the time, bring contentment to his troubled
A great blockade of freight cars at
East St. Louis is causing much inconven
ience and disappointment to St. Louis mer
chants who are out of certain lines of goods,
which tho cars contain. Two thousand
freight cars have been standing for weeks
upon side tracks in East St. Louis, await
ing transfer to the Union depot in St. Louis.
Tho suspension of business, during tho
death and funeral of President Garfield, un
favorable weather and an unusual rush of
passengers to St. Louis during the fair, ne
cessitating the running of many extra pas
senger trains to tflo exclusion of freight
trains, are assigned by tho railroads as tho
causes of the freight bluckadc.
Dr. Todd, of Elgin, prophesied that
tho weather about tho 1st of October would
turn cooler and more cloudy than that pro
vailing during the last days of September,
and so continuo until about the Oth, from
which, until about tho 12th, clearer weather
will prevail; from tho 12th wo shall have it
warmer and cloudy for a few days; then
dryer and clearer until about tho 22d; then
cooler until tho end of the month. Tho
storms, if any, will occur about tho 7th,
12th, 25d or 20th the heaviest about the
12th and 20th. The month of October will
bo generally warm, pleasant and rather dry.
Thero will bo very few gales of wind, a
still, quiet state of tho air prevailing, or
which generally is called Indian summer.
It is gratifying to noto that thoro
Booms to bo no abatement in tho zeal with
which tho people of Johnson county aro
pursuing tho flond Samuel Hazel, tho mur
derer of little Mollio Dalton. Only a fev?
days ago a poso of men from Vienna, in
tho vicinity of which it had been rumored
that lie was roaming, went out to capture
him, but failed to do it. The sheriff of
Johnson county camo face to faco with him
several days ago, but, Hazel being known as
a vory desperate man, failed to arrest him
for fear of losing his own life in the at
tempt. Hazel has many relatives among
tho hills of Popo county, who would of
course lend tho scoundrel every assistance
in his endeavors to elude tho officers of tho
law. Ho is supposed now to be roaming,
along tho road between Vienna, in Johnson
county, and Golconda, in Pope county.
The ladies of the city are anticipating
a grand treat in tho form of a display of
millinery at tho elegant new establishment
of Mrs. S. Williamson, on Seventh street.
The display is to bo made on Thursday
and Friday next, and will bo gorgeous in
appearance and infinite in variety as Mrs.
Williamson's stock is larger, newer and
more complete and her establishment moro
spacious than it has ever been before.
Years of experience in the millinery bus
ness in this city has taught Mrs. William
son not only where and how to purchase tho
best and newest goods at tho cheapest
price, but has also enabled her to judge
correctly of the peculiar wants of her cus
tomers. See may therefore bo relied upon
as being able to accommodate any ono with
everything desirablo in her line at reasona
ble figures. Do not forget her grand open
ing next Thursday and Friday.J
Tho Cairo board of trado met in the
office of Mr. Charles Cunningham yester
day afternoon. It was a special meeting
and some business of importance was trans
acted. As will bo seen from special locals,
it was ordered that a special meeting of the
board be held next Saturday afternoon, at
three o'clock, for the purpose of electing
officers for tho ensuing year. A motion
was also adopted to tho effect that the ini
tation fee for the organization be reduced
from ten dollars to one dollar. This prop.
osition will bo finally voted upon at the
next regular meeting of tho board, which
will be in about ten days. Several less
important amendments to tho by-laws and
rules and regulations were made. It was
also resolved that taking of the associated
press dispatches by tho board would be of
great benefit to its members, and with this
subject in view, Mr. C. Pink was appointed
to confer with the newspapers of the
city to see if they would
share both the expense and
benefits of such an arrangement.
The last official report concerning the
crops of tho state speaks of Alexander
county, as follows: "The quality of fall
wheat is good and the average yield per
acre is somothing over ten bushels. Bye
promises to make an average yield. Oats
are light in weight and will not average
twenty bushels per acre. Hay crop saved
in good condition and will make about two
tons per acre. The drought has seriously
affected the corn and the prospects are not
encouraging for over half an average yield
per acre. Broom corn will make about two
thirds of an average yield per acre, and two
thirds of an average yield of sorghum. To
bacco is nearly up to an average in condi
tion. Pastures are short and need rain
badly. Thero will be about two-thirds of
an average crop of Irish potatoes and three
fourths of a crop of sweet potatoes Farm
animals are thin in flesh, but generally
healthy. Fruit prospects indicate about
two-thirds nf an average crop of apples ami
peaches, half a crop of blackberries, and
three-fourths of a crop of pears, plums and
The United States senate met yester
day and a presiding officer of that body
will be elected, who will be the successor
of President Arthur in event of his death
during this term. The scnato stands Ii8
democrats to 35 republicans, with two sen
ators from New York and one from Rhode
Island all republicans, to tako their seats,
which cannot be done until after the organ
ization. Senator Bayard, of Duleware, will
undoubtedly bo the choice of the senate as
it seems now, and cannot be removed dur
ing tho present congress, as after tho organ
ization the senate will be a tie. Tho only
way by which a republican could bo elect
ed, would be for two democrats to vote
with tho republicans on tho organization,
making 37 to 30, or for Senator David Davis
to vote with them after tho organization to
replace Senator Bayard by a republican,
neither of which contingencies will arise.
Senator Bayord will probably bo tho next
president of tho senate a just and honor
able man, it is believed, who will not be
likely to abuso his power, unlesho ignores
tho record of his life.
Considerable indignation has been ex
pressed of late at the manner in which bill
iard saloons havo been conducted on Sun
day. Persons passing by these institutions
on any Sunday within tho last few weeks
or months would be sure to havo their sen
sibilities shocked by tho loud noises that
eminnto through tho half open doors and
wire screons. Tho saloon men of tho city
are being, and always havo boon, allowed
privileges that aro not guaranteed to them
by tho ordinances, and somo of them havo
of lato allowed these privileges to . bo
shamefully abused by persons who frequent
thoir places of business on Sunday to play
billiards, and who do bo in
a most disorderly mannor. There
is nothing wrong in a quiet gamo of bill
iards, it is an innocent amusement in itself;
but when tho sharp click of the ivory balls
To every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Goods wo will present a
Cairo Street Railway Ticket. 'We do this to encourage the new enterprise
and to bring tho Cheapast Dry Goods House closer to your houses.
During this week in Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels, 6c.
worth 8c; 8c to 10c, worth 10c to 12c; 12Jc to 15c, worth 14c to 18c;
Scarlet Flannels, all wool-and guaranteed, from 13c to 30c, worth 18c
to 35c; Elegant Bleached Muslin, 0c, cheap at 8c; and Unbleached for
5c. Now is your time to obtain your Fall and Winter Flannels and
Muslins at exceedingly low prices.
To Close Out,
We will offer, for this week only, a handsome lino of Matlesec Dress Goods,
in all eclors, and seasonable goods, for 8c, worth 15c; 10c, worth 17c.
2,000 pieces of Fall Calicos, choices patterns, for 5c, selling everywhere
for 8c. 1,000 dozen Hosiery, 5c per pair, worth 15c.
We offer these inducements for one week only, ending Saturday even
ing, October 11th.
8-?"We intend to make things "warm" this season, if good ooow
and low ruiCKS will do it I
124 Commercial Ave.
and the clatter of cues is lost in a deafen
ing chaos of course laughter, hallooing,
cursing and expression of the foulest char
acter, nil of which can bo heard for several
squares from the place in which the authors
are congregated, then it is necessary that a
halt should be called, for it is a disturb
ance of the peace of the entire neighbor
hood, of which people have a right to com
plain and of which they do complain. Mar
shal Myers has not been closing his eyes
and ears to these outrages upon the peace
of the community, ami has determined to
proceed in law against all who may here
after be guilty of allowing their places of
business to bo made offensive to tho neigh
borhood in which they are, by tho boister
ous and disgraceful behavior of young fel
lows who congregate there.
Miss Hattie McKee is visiting in St.
Col. Reardcn returned from St. Louis
Mrs. Burnett returned from St. Louis
Samuel Walters has gone to St. Louis
for a few days.
Mr. Joseph Wenger and lady returned
to the city yesterday.
Copt. Tom Wilson left early yesterday
morning via the Illinois Central railroad
for the north.
The new Illinois Central grain elevator
will bo turned over to Messrs. llalliday
Bros, this week.
Miss Annie Pitcher is at homo again
ofter a visit of a number of weeks among
friends in the north.
Mrs. Carver, wife of the superintendent
of the work on the Singer buildings, arrived
in the city on last Friday.
Mr. Brown, of the firm of Brown &
Archer, Greenville, Miss., reached the city
last evening from St. Louis.
Mrs. Heath and children, who have been
visiting friends up in the country for sev
eral weeks, have returned home.
Miss Phillis Howard, who has charge of
a private school at Hodges Park, spent Sun
day in Cairo, and returned to her scholars
Mr. R. F. Jones, formerly assistant clerk
of the Illinois Central railroad company's
wharf-boat, has entire charge of that boat
Tho man, Louis Lawson, John Shan-
nessy's victim, was much better yesterday,
being able to sit up; and Dr. O. G. Parker,
under whoso skilful treatment ho has been,
now believes that lie will recover.
Mr. Georgo Snookc returned Saturday
from a visit to Mauwequa, III., his future
home. His family is at present visiting in
Kentucky, but will soon return and then
leave for Mauwequa, where Mr. Snooke
expects to go into business for himself.
LOCAL WKAT11BK KKI'OIIT.
Caiao, III.. Oct. 10, 1881
Time. rlnr. Ther. Ham. Wind. Vel Weather.
H a. in 30. M
I'l " SH.H8
2 p.m 30. :W
Maximum Temperature 70; Minimum Tem
poratare KSo Rai n 0 00 Inchon.
Rlvor, 19 foot. 1 lncbiii Klse, 8 Inches.
W. 11 KAY
Sorn't Signal Corps,' U. S.A.
MAGIRTnATK COMINUS1 COUHT.
Charles McCullough, Richard Young and
Georgo Madison wore arrested yesterday
by ofllcers Olmsted and Meyers for boing
drunk, and each fined ono dollar and costs.
James Shorrcd was drunk, arrostod yes
terday by Officer Mahany, and fined ono
dollar and costs.
Frank Casey was arrested by Ofllcers
Ilogau and Klnnoar yesterday, and fined
ono dollar and costs for drunkenness,
Jack Gilmoro, for being disorderly, was
arrostod by Officers Hogan and Kinnoar,
and fined five dollars and costs. i
yjt are aiilhorlrnd to announce the nam of Hal
" won llazli-wnoil, of llazlewiiod Prclnct. aa
candidal for iho ofllce of c'oouly t'onimUi-loner,
at the ongoing CoutitjrelcclioD.
t "THE HALLIMY"
A Now arid Completo Hotel, fronting on LcTee,
Hocoud and Railroad Streetf,
Thn Padienger D.-pot of the Chlcaso, 8t. Loula
and New Orleana; lillnola Cuntral; Wabah, Ht.
Loula and Tactile; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Loots Raliwaya
are all Just acroaa the afreet: while the Steamboat
Landing la bat ono iqnarc tlitanl, ,i
This Ilotol la heated bjr aleam, bu itaam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elentof, Electric Call Belli.
Automatic Pire-Alarma, Ratha, abaolntely pure air,
prlect leverage and (.bmplefo appolntrontc
Superb furniPhlnga; perfect aervlce; and an sa
Ii. I. PAIlKKIt Ac CO., IH8P4.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 'HPV3 STATES.
On and anor Monday, Jane 7th, and nntll farther
notice tho forryboat will make trlpi aa followi:
tllTia WAVIi UATM
Koat Fourth at. Mlmourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld j.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
6:80 a. tn.
9 a. m.
Bbnj. F. GnAFTON, Stout B. Ladd
II ALBERT E. TAINS.
Late Commltilonor of Tatonti,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attorneya-at-Law and Solicitors of Americas and
. , ruruiU 1 'amino. ,
M FIBTII BTRBUT,"', "' WASHINGTON, D. O.
i,.. .-.!. .11 ll. k..n.,a In tha
Patent Oflloe, and In the Soprome and Circuit
Coart of the United HUtoa. FamptiUt lost free
a Moelpt, of Stamp for pot tact,
PS 2 P