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kik lUlLY i;AlUO HULLi'ilN; FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 8, 1884.
TliU iilw ktciiiici T!irc Stu'cn will lie
ruri on a n;o i!ili;:l;t i:cuisinn Tli'irs
J -' I'iih', whicli th n'')l,i: is'iuvitm!
to Hitin'l. (t in I ti.ii'ic, itnijilo rui'iu tor
ikncirif,', Hi ct-ssify icl'rubliincnid ami other
coinfjits mil iiiiv.tis of pita-urn will bu
provided ; Hinl it will lit-tin ull'iir of ihu
btrictiht ir'irict)' as to ptrmis.
1 In ii ic i 1 u 'iM)liw, in any I'min, upnri
priMiiisi n wLcre the Luil'Jin or its contents
ure cover .! Uy ihsu'inre, forfeits tin.' insur
ar.cu unli-4 a ptrmit is procure! t'r tn tin;
couipm y or iiyt.-nt wlni isiu.'il tin' polity.
II. II. Candkk.
Well & Kkiith.
('i:.nni.n.iiam tV Yocim.
1 m M. J. JIowlly.
K You Do I
If you want to sill anything,
If you want to liuy anytliinj.',
If you want to mcre'isi your u ..inc.-!',
If you wan t to hire unyuiie,
If J'oU Wnilt 11 sitU'itiul),
If you have it liuu-o to rent,
If you Wiiut to ant a limiii-,
A'ivui sUe in Tub Caiiio ;i'i.i.i-.ti..
All Knl to Iioiie 'crai'iu'j.
EiUar'l Shi purr J, of Hiuristnir, 111.,
Bays: "Having receivi.'ij so much ixnctit
from Ekctiic I'itti-is, I fuel it my duty to
let suiflerino; humanity know it. ILtvo hul a
runniutf sore 01 my Ii;,' for cilit yt.- irs; my
il'Ctor.1 tol l me I woul 1 have to htive the
hone H.Tapi'il or !. umputnte I. I used,
ii:rti-inl, three ImttUs of Ekctiic Hitters and
seven hi. x a liucklun's Arnicn Si!ve, nt'd
my le is ii"' soutid ku 1 m.-'l.''
Electric Bitters arc B-1 -1 at filly cents a
lot'li',Hiid Iluckleti'n Arnica H.iive at Q'ic..
per box by Jiirc i ny lirof. (5j
Lcffal blanks Kcjit J'or Suit
at The I'CLLETIN oilko.
pecihl Wiirrairy Ik-' is,
Chattel Morten;" s,
Q-iit CNim lb- U.
Heal Et-ite M rty-t,"-,
Executions, Si.'.mui' lis, Vel.'re,
Giiriiis'n e 15!'iil.s, Ac.
HucKit'ii Arnica salve
The I'est Salve In tiie woriu lo; Cuts,
Eruises, Sores, Ulo.r.-, S'lit Kl.eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, ChilbUins,
Corns, and ill Skin Eruptions, ami positively
cures Piles. It in uarauteed to give per
fect saticfuctinn, or looriey refunded. Price
25 cents pi-r box. For gale by Barclay
A Startlim,' Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johi.son, of llur n, Dnk , w rites
that his wife had been troubled with aci;t;
Bronchitis for many years, an 1 that all
remedies tried ynvu no permanent reli' f,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which bid a trm-iral ctft'Ct, and
produced a permanent cure. It is jruirsn
teed to cure ail Disuses of Throat, Luns,
or Bronchi il Tul.cs.
Trial B .tries Yr-c at Barclay Bros." Drug
Store. Large Size 1 .00. ' (7)
"iuti;'i on Katt."
Clears out nis, mice, roachrs, ants,
beil-lni!, skunks, chipmutiks, gophers.
I have used Ely's Cream Balm for dry
Catarrh (to which eastern persons are sub
ject who come here to live.) It has prow l
a cure.-B. F. M. Weeks, Denver, C!'.
Allen's Biiiouti Physic is a purely veireta
blc liquid remedy for Heidtielus. B:l.ous
ncss and Conatipation. Ea-ily taking, act
ing promptly, relieving quickly. 25 cents.
At all drujo'ists. 2
Thirty-four years a victim of Catarrh. I
have tried many remedies. One bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm gave me more real bene
fit than all the rest. It is a safe and valua
ble medicine. A. L. Fuller, Dur.by, X. Y.
Palpitation, Dropsical Swelliris, Dizzi
ness1 Indige-tion, Headache, Sleeplessness
cured by "Weil's Health Kenewer."
For she cure of Catairh, I can recom
mend Ely's Cream Bdni, as the best rem
edy I have ever used. Dr. J. S. Yaiighan,
dentist, Muskegon, Mich.
"Rougdi on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns.'" 15c.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
warts, bunions. (1)
Goes up from the lips of Rev. C. D. Diggs,
ot Trenton, N. Y., whose wife was cured
of rheumatism of three years' standing, by
the use of Aihlrphorog. He writes: "Ath
lophoros worked like a charm in her case.
She was not able to go anywhere for three
years. Now she goes everywhere, and is
as sound as a dollar. Oh that your remedy
could he in the hands of every sufferer.
May the Lord help you to get it abroad in
this part of the world."
Cheap Romes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific. Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
RC-res of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $:i00 and ft.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
drees to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkanc as and Texas,
in 1882,,and makeup your mind to go ami
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 188:1 is fit) per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, anil paying one-fourth, one
hair, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for ticket? or freight
ever the Companies lines.
II. C. Towksend, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
u KM 1 A LT'Al'KIt iK Al ,1.. VNDKU t'tJl XTV
VIKIIKIi AT rilB (.'A I li I'OSTOKKICK JfOll
llAN'-MISSION TIIHOLOII TllK MAIl.ii AT
Hlil)M) CUfiS IIATKS.
Workmen know their Friend.
The action of the E iecutive Comiuiltee
of the National Labor party is very signifi
cant. Instead of holding u convention
and nemiiiuting ciindldates, it resolved to
adjourn to July U0, But b fore ad
journal;.', the committer; udopted and reaf
firmed the following portion of the New
Yoik Djinoeratic platform on which Mr.
Cleveland was elected Governor in 1882,
relating to labor questions and the rights
of WolkiliLOliell :
''We afliriu the policy uhvnjH maintained
by the Democratic paity that it U of first
import nice that labor should be nude
free, h.-althful and secure of jut remuner
ation; that convict Ubor should u ' t come
into competition with the industry ot law
abiding cit'z -us; that the Ubor of children
should be surrounded witlisii'di s ifeuards
as their health, '.heir rights of education
and their future as useful memoirs of the
cotnmurii'y demand; that workshops,
whether large or small, should be under
Bueh fcHmNry cot.trol as will insure the
health and comfort of those employed and
protect all a-iain-t unw holesome labor and
surrounding?; that labor shull have the
same rights as capita! to combine for its
own protection, and tliat all legMatiun
which cramps industry, or which enables
the powerful to oppress tl.e weak, sli .uld
be rejiealeJ ; and to pron ote the interests
of lhbor we recommend the collection of
statistics and information respecting the
improvement-, needs and and abuses ot
the vaiiom branches of industry.''
Not only this, hut the cimmittee warm
ly c .muiend Governor Cleveland for the
part he took in carrying out the tbove
pledge. "These demands for reform made
by the workirigmen of New Yoik,"' says
the Committee, ''have been accomplished
through their acceptance and indorsement
by the treat reform Governor of New
York in the following measure : Establish
ing the labor bureau of statistics; prohibit
ing the manufacture of woo'en hi9 in
sta'e prisons, penitentiaries, Ac; j p Libit
tng the m ar.uieture of cigars in tentuutit
houses; prohibiting the making of c.ntr ids
for convict labor; rmking 1. boring men
reft rred credit' rs in assignments of employer-;
prohibiting child contract labor
and providing for a commission to esamins
the saint ary condition of tenement house?,
fa.'toiie.?, etc., which are commended as
vital iss'ies to the people of the United
States, and are hereby declared the princi
ples of labor in th" whole country."
All this shows that the laboring men are
not deceived by the humbug cry that Gov
ernor Cleveland is the enemy of labor.
The sky was variegated in this weather
district yesterday. The biromiter w hs gen
erally ah ve 30; thei mr meter between 01
and H, a very low average and showing a
general fall in the northwest. Rain was
reported from North Piatte, .44 of an inch-
Tin; Bulletin' thermometer stood as
follows at the different boors of the day
''iven in the diagram below:
07- j C A.M.
?0-! '-12 M.
g0 j-C P.M.
Au Arkansas Divorce Case.
Several days ago a young negro and
his wife appeared before Simon Patter
son, a black knight of the rural Arkau
saw bench, and demanded a divorce.
"Whut's de trouble 'twixt yer?" ask
ed old Simon.
"I kaiu't lib wid her an' she kain't
lib wid me," replied the husband.
"Why kain't yer?"
""Cause- she ain't eddycated up tcr
in y standpiut."
"Iso belter eddycated den ho is,
Jedge, ease I ken read an' he kaiu't,"
said the woman.
Oh, she niout hab more book larnin'
den 1 has, boss, but her knowledge
ain't tie kine wiiut suits de undersigned.
She ken spell cat an' dog, but sho kaiu't
spell biled cabbage ter suit me. Ebery
lime I comes ter do house, I finds dis
'woman hau'liti her book, but 1 doesn't
smell liuthiu' in do pot."
"Ef yer wuster fetch sulhin' in do
house, yer would' smell hit biliu in do
pot," rejoined tho wife.
"Oh dat ain't iuv lookout. Do
' omau's duty, cf I un'erstans do case,
is ter furuish suthiti' ter cat. Dat's
whut 1 married yer for. Kain't 'speck
mo ter keep tip do pepcrtation o do
family an" hussle for bread. I 'longs
ter de s'eiety."
"Madam, said tho Justice, "do case
is ergin yer. Do Iliblo says dat or
'woman mus' mind whut her husban'
9ays. Ef ho tolo yer ter put suthin' in
de" pot, an' yer didu' do hit, why den,
yer'tf laid ycrself Haul. Mr. Clerk, write
out er 'voreo fur dis gennonnnii, but
doan' giu ouo ter do lady.," Tixas
Sin, ill Hands ami I'ei't.
A very liiio h in earliest Philadelphia
editor taUs with empbasis about small
hands and feet. 1 Id says tho hand of
the linest linly, ho ii ever m soft and
dainty, should be nlilo to grasp with
the full fervor of friendship and do any
net of benevolent service. Eveu should
all the lilies in the palm Judicata char
acteristic virtues, if the hand may bo
so small and meaningless that it can
'oppose tho veracity of the lines, no de
pendence can bo put upon it in an
emergency, and it is no credit, no mat
ter how pretty it is, to cither man or
woman. Tho notion that exists among
certain neoplo that a lady's hand must
bo of this kind, is in tho real sonso of
the word vulgar. Delicacy i3 delight
ful, but weakness must excilo either
pity or contempt, according ns it
is self-Imposed or not. Hands aro
no more beautiful for being small than
eyes are for being big out of propor
tionhut many a modern girl would
ask her fairv godmother, if sho had
one, to give Ler eyes as big as saucers
and hands as small as those of a doll,
believing really that the first cannot bo
too large nor tho last too small. In
deed, wo know a young lady who wa3
one of the excitements last summer at
Saratoga because she kept her eyes so
staringly wide open that they looked as
if they were popping out of her head.
Sho thought that by so doing she gavo
thorn the appearance of enormous size,
liny feet and hands aro terms con
stantly used by poets and novelists in a
most misleading manner. It cannot bo
that they are intended by the writers to
express anything but general delicacy
and refinement; but a notion is encour
aged that results in tho destruction of
one of the most beautiful natural ob
jects tho human foot. This unfortu
nate notion that tho beauty of the foot
depends upon its smallness leads to tho
crippling of it until it becomes, in many
cases, a bunch of deformity. It is a
most reprehensible practice, alike re
volting to taste and good sense, to put
the foot of a growing girl in a shoo that
is not only too short, crumpling tho
toes up in a bunch, but, being pointed,
turns the great too inward, producing
deformity of tho general shape, and, iu
tho course of time, tho inevitable bun
ions; tho only wonder being that stead
iness in standing or any grace of move
ment at all is left.
Jlouncor Struck Ity Ligbuiin-;.
"I saw a paragraph iu tho Sun,"
said Farmer Silas Wagner, of Bayonne,
"about a dog that was killed by a
thunderbolt, and tho suggestion of "tho
dog's ow ner that dogs attract light
ning. I don't know how that may be,
but I learned once that a dog with a
steel collar around his neck is a nasty
animal to have at your heels during a
thunder-storm About two years ago
Bouncer taught mo this. He had on a
brand new steel collar, and was with
me and two men in the field when a
thunder-storm broke over us. Bouncer
was greatly frightened, and headed us
as we ran toward the house. Sudden
ly I noticed a ringof blue llame around
bis neck. He noticed it about tho samo
tiruo himself, and, turning around, ho
ran yelling toward, us, as if for protec
tion. But we turned and ran too. Per
haps we didn't yell so loud, but I be
lieve wo ran nearly as fast as he ilid.
1 know we had covered three miles of
rough ground beforo lie overtook ouo
of tlio men who had stuck in a hedge.
He appealed so pitifully for assistance
that we returned to help him, and
found the dog lying exhausted beside
him. The Line lire was out and tho
collar was gone, but its imprint was on
its scorched neck, and looks exactly
like a steel collar to this day. The
hair has never grown over it, and whilo
the dog seems proud of his ornament,
he always slinks into tho cellar three
days before a thunder-storm, and can't
be tempted out until tho sky is clear
again." Sw York Sun.
For all bodily ailments, aches and pains
Sr. Jacobs Oil the great pain-cure, ;s unsui
passed, and all for lifty cents.
Answer this if von Can.
Is there a person living who ever sw a
case of the ague, biliousness, nervousness
or neuralgia, or any disease of the stomach
liver or kidneys, that Hop Bitters will not
"My mother says Hop Bitters is the only
thing that will keep her from severe at
tacks of paralysis an 1 headache. Ed. Os
"My little sickly puny baby was chang
ed into a great bouncing boy, and I was
raised from a sick bed by using Bop Bit
ters a short time. A Younv. Mother.
H' "No use to worry about any liver,
kidney or urinary troubles; especially
Blight's Disease, or Diabetes, as Hop Bit
ters never fail to cure, where cure is poss;
ble I ! !
"I had a severe attack of gravel and kid
ney trouble; was unable to get any medi
cine or doctor to cure me until I used Hop
Bitters. They cured me in a short time.
T. Ii. Atty.
Unhealthy or inactive kidneys
Cause "gravel, llright's disease, rheumatism
and a horde of other serious and fatal dis
eases, which can be prevented with Hop
Bitters," if taken in time.
"Ludington, Mich., Feb. 2, 1870. I
have used Hop Bitters for four years, and
there is no medicine that surpasses them
for bilious attacks, kidney complaints, and
all diseases incident to this malarious cli
mate. H.T. Al.KXANUEU.
"Monroe, Mich., Sept. 25, 1875. Sins:
I have been taking Hop Bitters for inflam
mation of the bladder. It has dono for me
what four physicians failed to do cured
me. The effect of he Bitters Penned like
magic to me." W. L. Cahteh.
RS'TH: Vnnr linn llllOici liavi, hion rT frri.nt
value to mo, ! wnn liiiil tip with typhntd lever f.ir
ovi r two month", nrnl coii'tl oet do relief until I
trlort 'our Hop IlutiTC To tlune miflVrlrij from
dehltlly, or nny one In feeble, lieiillli, I ronlliilly
recommend them. .1. C. Ntokizki.,
fiW Fulton Kt Ct.lcnuo, 111.
''Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old la
dies are made perfectly quiet nd sprightly
by using Hop Bitters.
leNono eniiln without hniu-h of green
Hop on tho wliliii liiln'l. Khun nil Hie vile pulp
onoumlull with "Hop" ofllopn" Intholr nam.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Hi'lli'ViM uml cures
IIAI KAI IIC,
1IEADU III, TOOTHACHE,
SoreneJi, Cull, Bruiiet,
IIU KSs. St AMIS.
And all otlu r b.,dily ucLiua
FIFTH CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold liy nil Dnu'ttWtii hihI
Di'Uiits. UirecUuUS iu 11
The Charles A. Vogcler Co.
IHUX.M01 U A. VIAitUK 1 11) )
llaltliuorr, Jld., V. h. A.
1 i!ltlll!lll!l!!l!IC!lll ;
the llst mix a kno try
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
PAVKS LAISOIC, TIMK anil SO AT A SI A 7.'
1M1I.Y, uii t Hives uiiiv.Tiul nillsfaetlou, iC
family, me or poor, olioiUd a without it.
Sold by all Oroeerj. UKWA Ki: of imitation!
veil ilebii:i;-I t" mislead. I'KAIlI.IM: is the
OM.Y .1K lalior saving compound, and ul
ffki t bi-nr iLe above byuibol, and name ut
JAUEsj l'YLE. EV YUKK.
AV II O O J I ' CI O OUO II.
Ii i- a luiRi'.!. - v.-i.'1-i ,1 1- vnp.v..TV .'' H fi to
tin- t:i-tt. L' O-o ul '.tii-e and Is a )9itivtf euro.
WINTER ond BRONCHIAL CCUCH
1.1" ri;;vl I y -hi-s i xiclli lit M-ilo dy.
VinXhii I.-, r, i '..;..'i.;ij iniyw! tttnj bt ttlt.
ALL MsH c.y THE T'.M " iD, STOMAC'It.
Liw-r. lv.wi-1- ai.d Ki-!m-v: f x i;!l lis.-.i-"-' nimlti
S'im: in in. I 1 1 1 1 1 - -) , t ..f tin- I lml. :i Aimiiiin, "nk
ll. :,.i... !,.. .V. r-. -..I;-,. .-, I'.-ireili- i :ikn"-s. I.ivi r
-.! Ic.t, I"--" l -i;l. .'.'lilli'li..''. r.ll..ll-ll'"-1 and
:iii,.-v I. 0, ii ni.-ilii- i- i.l .1ui.-ly s'lri-.
'1 hi- la. -li. li. ! " ii. I r"lit:iili imv minl-.il. I L-
, liit.lv v. v ;.!.!.-. r.-t..r.-s Hi.- 1 1 t.. l.wiltliy
r.nliti..n. nt'nl itim; nvs and supplyim i!-
tit IilUf, Ul.1. li'V.Mds 'lisl'llsl'.
lirfit-mt i" tm liu.j'iar,! uenn j'nn 1 firry Kjlllr.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOB SALE EY ALL DHUC1GIST9
For Sale bv
PAUL G. S0IIU.1I,
Special .Airts. in tliifl oitv.
Delivered at CAIIiO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gal. I'iici.
iiliu' lliil! Liinii!
(J x !i n:o S2-1.00
() x ll 10:50 215.00 :;: t ti
7 x !! L000 32.00 t
7 X 0 22-)0 1)0.00 I',', j. s."s I box W eturos.
7 x 10 2500 10.00 5?: t t
These tanks are made of CLEAR CYTIiKSS, 1
tii'di.'" thi. k. securely hooped and are W'ATLK
TIlilll. lUey are
Shipiifd whulp.ind tire well lirsioptl
to prevent their b. lni; racked or broken iu hand
linn. Estini'itt'B furnished for
Tanks ot any Hi.t.
V. KIGGS & BHDs'.,
217 Delord St., New Orleans, La.
The Regular Cairo hulncali Daily
HENltY E. TAYLOI!, Master.
t-VEUUGii J O H E n , Clerk.
L'.ive? l'iducah forCiiro daily (Sunday! except
ed) at 8 a. m ., and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. I'.eturr.
Inir.leaves Cairo at4p.m.; Mound City at 5 p .in.
U. 111. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In'
8'.h Streci, between Com'l Ave. mid Levee.
CHOKE nOliING A SPECIALTV
ALL KINDS OF AMl'.MTION.
infe Kinaircd. All Kinds ol Kevg Mude.
The Weekly Bulletin.
JiTClulis of TEN for f 2.50. Mu nsmes
Public Sale of Uiiclaiuictl
Tln're will lio i.ddat fh In aiic'ii-n fur ft' raL'.'
and cbarjin, tn Hi., hlhin and li.-m IihIiiit, 1111
Wcilnt'itduy, tlio l ith ilmr of Si'piemliiT. lw. t ilia
wharlboat or I h Ilalllday it 1'hl I pit Wharf Bout
Cn., layinn moored ta tliu puhl.c lamliiig on Up
Oloo KiTr oppoHlt tlie font of Sixth nrrut-t. Cairo.
Illinol, Th Hiilu to cninmi'tice ai p) o'clock, and
contlnuo until all at., mild or dupoh-d of, uiili
prevloualv called lor.
The follou'iui; lot of gooil, ut..nil, Ac , which
have boon In arorc and uncalled for moru Mian
twelve montha lust pa-t, iiiimbi red and marked
a ful.owa vl:
Lot No. 1. no mark. 1 box ntovo pip. Ac.
Ja W .Muk, llroolUyn, Ak, 1 Imx
3. I' & W, I brl ftove pipe.
I no mark. 1 ra!e oeam.
5. J-'lucher Cairo, 1 box II IT scod. and
I beflHtead. ri!n and flat".
it. .1. W. I'hllllni. I box II U uooj
7, no mark, I fox .am-iH. Ac.
si. J. W. Duvenpoit. .Mi'iiiphl?. 1 bil e
ianvan and utility,
ll. no miirli. 1 box g'nn.
10. Ex Str VlrclM I ee, 1 drai; Kaw
11. At:l. 1'. A II. Show, Cairo, I box
1L Jotf Arinafon, Cr ei. villi). 1 brl Iioi.
II. M C. Ailania, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
I I, no mark. 1 box plow pnlntn.
15. J'eti-r lluri.au, Tcxarkaaa, 1 box
It II., 1 lot Hi.lloware.
17. I.L.. vMlliamsvtilu, Mo.,1 box dry
no murk, 1 box fume.
III. S. li. liibert-, Vciuticil'o, Ark.. 1 l.rl
Kmp c iinnevi!.
;j. M K. Sui.e. F-irt .Vorlh, Ti xa", 1
Jl. H., Holly Spiini'n, M'i-ii.. 1 l.rl bet
He. II .t CMil'iurn, Ky. 1 bub; bttu i;.
1:1. no u'T, flni m 4 hum
H. .la-, li -ll. Cllin, Hi ., 1 pr hamin.
J . no mark. 4 lid e,cJ dui nlitio uri'.n )
.ii. Lhirii'ston .t Co., iron lound'-rs,
riUnhun:, I box appiu pur.:rs.
.?. U A. Kidd, 1 box ll!ikn.
i'S. Dan l'ti.-Un, Vickctiurj', 1 bd!e i !
'.'i. C. II, W., 1 wu.sM Ktancl.
'in. lnry Sample, Ca.yi.rt City, 1 box
II fl I'llll .
"I. Smith llroii Cairo, 1 box II II good.
S'orrellA II el 12, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II II good
:il. W in lieid.GooHe Inland. 1 b x in.
111. T. T.Travi. Hitf l'ond, Ark., 1 Imx.
S). W. S. tiadilil, Cairo, 1 bux II It
:!ii. Mis Kate I'nlntz, Cairo, 1 box.
:t7. UotlicbiliH ,v 0.. Cii.., O , 1 box.
:S. no murk, -i boles puper patiit
Z'.t H. I.. Aiki 11, EvuiiDvllle, 1 11 ii . , 1 lux
Id. no murk, 1 box II II koo.1i.
II. M.A. H., Clinton, Ky., 1 box inufJT.
4.. M. P., I bureau.
l i. E. W. I). Tbo.iiprtorr, Ld, 1 box glo
Kir hu ips.
41. K. V. K.. Thmnpfou Ld. 1 box
4j. E.W. !., Tliomj.iion Ldir , I box
tn. E. W. I)., Thonint n I.ilg., 1 box
17. J". W. U.. Thompson I.da., 1 box
match' s .
4S. E. V. IL. Thompaiin I.il- ,
i E. W. I)., Thompson I.d.,
fit. E. W. I)., Thorn non I.J
51. E. W. 1., Thompeon Ld
rJ. E.W. O., Thntnpiton Ldj,'., 1 b x
5). E. W. It.. Thompeon Ldi.
M. E. W. l).,Tliomp!Oii LiU.
DS. E. v . I)., Thompson Ld
box brandy c.licrr'uH.
'! . V.. W. I)., Thompijim Ld
.'7. S. J. Simpfon, Lake Charles, lis.,
.') boxes tohaico.
rs. lo mark. 1 boi II II i;ooili.
','. iio 1 box nids ?,
ii. d lo
til. do do
!..'. d ) Ub-l C. O. a!t!.
i.:t. A. 1!.. New Madrid, I huz milio.
at. no rnaik, 1 trunk mdne.
t.j. II. T. A on, Heelfoot, 1 box ca dy.
o-i. 1'. A E., Kiinknu Leg., Miu., 1 butt
1,7. Cleo W. Cralt;, care, dus Fow'.er, 1
I ate miine.
tiS. IIoiiHeuan, Armon A Co.. S . Louii,
l.i bdii r cotton sack.
1 i!. no mark. 1 box b uioi; padd.c".
7 . do ii biittn tobacco.
71. S Sunn) Side. I hail coffee.
do do j hrl nu'iir.
7:'. M. C. Mcalry, St. Charles, Ky.. I
box siind ie.
7i. no mirk, I brl lamn clilmnlea.
71. A. Kudu, .Viileklrn lieud. 1 box
.i 11 y.
7j. no murk. 1 bo siindrte'.
Id. S. 7-:.'ivaro, Liltle Mock, I brl i.lii'8
Wure. H. d i do
Mi. Butter A Ilaff, Holly Ketrea', Miss 1
box medic. lie.
'.k. J.ll. Cavauers, Monterey, Ark, 1
box tiro crackers.
(M . no mark, 1 bdlo waein rods.
ti'J do 1 brl Kiasswara.
t:l. il. S. Aiken, Evnnssllle, 5 boxes
PI. D D.JayneA Son, I'hila , I hoi
(to. McKeown A Pond, 2 boxes i-tovj Al
lures. Cm. Jno. Holilen, Ijlimdy'.lle, Ky., 1 box
sua l boots.
'.'7. no mark. Id bl'.ck valises,
lis. do 1 trunk,
(ft. ,1 11. Fra,-, 1 trunk.
1 o. K.. 9 plows.
H I. liussel, I'.lrd's Point, 4 plows,
loj. A , Cairo, I box biugy bels. anil
1 box eeariris.
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