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JOHN onEM-r. Kdltorand I'gbllaheri
flCfDAT ilORXINO, DoC. 17, 1871.
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SSrS&rtnMllneitA-iHrtrrMmp, tht llnUf
Jiltlkf pititt It'tUigcnt rtn.ltrt nnd
TIU HOLLAR WKKKLT IIULLKTIX.
j Sn l( oherly reduced the nib.
.crl.-t on pn-" "f l,ie WV,-kl Cir0 "ullelln lu
perpuWUhH in '-oiUhfrn llllnol..
Senator Tipton call Grant "tho
otollectu.il coIIoskih now sitting in
Hue White House.''
Alexis if to go to Chicago, after
Christuiao, and General Sheridan is ar
ranging for a grand buffalo hunt on tho
plains. A thousand Sioux Indians,
under Spoiled Tail and Whistler, arc to
take part in the hunt, and the affair is
to bo a "stuuncr" all around.
Ho.sf.stv and economy aro traits so
foreign to G rati t'd administration, that
the moment a republican in con
gress opens his mouth to adviso
retrenchment and reform, he is
set upon by the whole adminis
tration ring, who accuse hitu of
being n democrat, and say this is one of
tho first signs.
The ghost of the father of his coun
try ought to haunt Senator Edmunds
for asserting that Grant's administra
tion, for efficiency and purity, will com
pare favorably with any preceding one,
not excepting George Washington's.
The radical who can thus iusuU tho
memory of George Washington, is fit
for treason, statcgem, and spoils.
Foor Spinner I His heart is bro
ken, it is said, over the late discoveries of
defalcations in tho treasury department ;
Warden aud Johnson, who made away
withaboutSl&O.OOO, benig trusted offi-
ciais, the greivauce is aggravated. It
is sad, but if Spinner is going to break
his heart every time it happens, his vital
organ will soon be beyond repair.
The continuation of tho debate
tho senate, on Trumbull's amendment
to Senator Anthony's resolution to ere
ate a committee on retrenchment, was
umcr aim uxcmng, ami appears tolvav
drawn tho line distinctly between ad
uiiutzuuuuu ouuaiurBiuiu uiuto uppuseu
u uui. aiiu uuiuiiuiiiuiu was re-1
jected by a voto of twenty-four yeas to
thirty-five nays, clevcu republicans,
n-ituru, rcmon, jogan, i'attersoii,
Robertson, Sclmrz, Sumner, Tipton,
Trumbull aud Wilson, voting for it.
The Springfield llcgltler, of Thurs
day evening last, contains the following
Etartling announcement. The llajh
ter, apparently, believes the information
to bo founded on fact. Time will soon
demonstrate the truth or falsity of the
report. The plot is worthy of General
Grant, but is a bold r ,i
jam, But is a bold one, even for the
military pres dent : y0 mc just rc.
' ceivod from a reliable and trustworthy
"""i ""uruiation mat it is the intcn
tion of President Grant nnd the mili
tary authorities to withdraw tho sol
immeaiately afterward to iuauKurato a
leilish riot, for ttm douWo purno-e of
iustifvin,. it.. i.- n. 1 '
--v'-h ruiming oi troops to that
-i.j iu iuu urm instance, and to eive
'President Grant a nr..tri r. ,ii.
' martial law i iii:,, ' m,.: . -
"vie, a ma in uiU
4 mOfit lnfprnfcl i ii . .
, ,MH iruabuuuuie plot in
1 thn Inrt.... .i
, i,,. . , 01 ,ue cutry. People of
Illinois, your Uvea fire in t,n !..,
' your homes and . . . '
... . i'iuiiriy arc 10
' be invmlc.l -...J .1... . . .
u uosiroyea, to further
" r""""! cnus ol the ambitious tv-
"ntatid his satellites at Wn..l.;,.,.tn..
eca Upon tho governor and the
legislature to inquire into this matter,
' and if IieCUkinr. .t .. '
i.i .7.'" u"gu 10 call out
wU..,v .umua ox lUe htate. F
4 mon, defend your homes from tyrants
nimicvcr boureo they
ry ruie tuero anouiu ctue
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ered that the Eighth infanwv
IA...li..l Al. 1 .
nvvutu uii wiu pminn, wnere it
be nhortly ordered. Tho adminkira.
tlOH is trvinrr (n ulln n.u nr ..l. ..
mule. It is will riL' in l,rt 1
rirvvpiiu.t. n . . .
. , alii Eli h late proolama. y,. , ua " ,lb0 ,'arbor of l ort "u acquaintance of David llollmnn, of Haiti-
tion has not Itcn without cfTcel sin In thi iL pa5 . t!l'Vl,mt'' ,in8 nrrlvcd more, tho eminent lawyer and lont writer,
JudKo Davis is denl.! V i . card to te ro' ho dkii of apoplexy shortly a?ter in the
J t0 havc Haid m v i n '"I', 'II'" captain is a Our- city of Now Vork, sovonty years old. I
that the presence of troops in Chicmrn WlVn&l.n was introduced to him at tlio dlnnor-tablo
is a national humiliation to ffipK W" V'1? ,nt 1,10 lmr- ' Chnrlci Jared Ingcreoll, then living in
mi,f 1 "d varl0us thlt l. I fince, Capt. Wahman states Walnut itreut, near Fifth, in tho city of
inembera Of congress to have exprcsed L T X.T ''y the ehiof en- 1'hlladolphla, an equally IntoroUi.iK cfiar
numj.m uu mo most Kacrcd rights of
tho people, but it dare not defy publie
opinion. This i8 th0 0iy rein lhat
holds tho military president in cheek
for on tliis depends the further lease of
power. Xamc excum arc already
loiug offered for tho military occupa
lioa of Chicago. It is now said that it
was tho intention of tho admiuistratiou
fcioro the tiro, to station omo t
in Chicago, that bciiifr (ho residence of
tho lioutcnnnt-gciicral, ami also tnni
tho soldiors w!ro ordered to
that city in ho dap of tIltJ firo
without the president's knowl
edge. These statements do not
hang well together, hut thoy arc etifli
ciciil lo 'how that tho reins of power
Arc in the hands of men to whom tho
public good, patriotism and n wise ad
ministration of the laws, arc empty
terms mere public adventurers who
arc willing to barter personal honor and
truthfulness and the rights of the pco
)le for profit nnd place.
txff A certain young mother was in
tlio lmblt of airing her baby's clotlics at
tliu window. Hor husband didn't like II,
and, bi liuying tlmt If sl.o law her priiotico
at olliura saw it the would desist. lie to
directed tliclr nftornonn walk as lo bring
their ntirtary window into full view from
n central part of tho town. Stopping ab
ruptly, ho pointed to tho offending linen
(lapping consptcoiuly in the breeze, and
asked sarcastically, " My doar, what Is
that displayed from onr windows?"
"Why," alio proudly rcpllod, " that is
the flag of our union I" Conquered by
this pungent retort, ho saluted tho flag
with a wavo of his liat, nnd pressing his
wlfo s arm closer within his own, said as
thoy walked homeward, " nnd long may it
tffir A French journal. publMicd in New
York, denies tho nccuracy of tlio roport
recently current, of General Cluscrct, tho
communist leader, having latoly passed
through New York on his way to tako
command of tho Mexican fcdoral army.
It says that General Cluscrqt, having es
caped from Fnrl on tho 3d of Novcmbor,
wont to Germany, whence, being refused
protection by tho United Slates ininistor,
ho embarked a few davs oko for New
- President Thoirs recently had it
brought to his notico that an American,
Dr. Charles li. Brigham, n Harvard
graduate, had achioved 'a wonderful oper
ation on a French soldior, and thcreforo
invited tho surgeon and his patient to
visit tho Exccutivo Mansion. Tho oper
ation consisted in replacing tho face of a
soldier found on a battlefield. A complete
face has been substituted even to tocth
IST Plymouth Church Uonry Ward
Becchor's, at Brooklyn, has a membership
of 2,UC and an incomo from pow-rcnt of
S0C,774. Its sunday-school has l'OSS schol
ars; its Bcthol a moinbcrsliip of 1,098;
tho navy mission, 2,310, nnd altogether it
Is ono of tho most successfully conducted
"shows" in tho city.
A Kochcstor girl, in n noto mak-
ng indignant complaint because a man
spit tobacco juico on her silk dross in tho
street, says: "Never while men chow
tobacco will I uo to tho polls to vote.
This country may go to ruin before I will
have my clothes spoiled or even jeopardiz
France, at its session mi llm
adopted by n voto of 280 to
-ii, a rccommenuation irom tuo com
mittco having chargo of tho subject for tho
""cnation to tlio State of tho Crown jew-
SQi.Tho London Vi'mrs disposes of
Secretary lloutwcll's pretentions to tho
credit of hnving reduced tho dubt, fairly
as well as epigramniatically, when it fays
that " ho might as well take to himself tho
merit of n good crop of corn in Illinois."
C Somo wretch, who can scarcely be
lied a human, took a mattress which had
... ,, , . , ' .
icn used by a person nillietcd with small-
I0X Rn1 lMrow il int0 1,10 seminary lot at
Vlnccnnes, occupied by tho Sisters of
irovi(jcnco ns nn 0r,,lml Asvlum
mcnco a9 Url'"an Asylum.
86? The old Manassas baltlo-ilold was
sold n fow days ago for eight dollars nn I
ncrc. AVlmii thn wr M,nlnnnn,i wn
.... i ... , . , . ,
under a high state of improvement, and
tho dwelling-house upon it was ono of tho
8SSTho disease under which tho princo
Lf win.i. .,,, , ,...i...i.. n.
" " "'" " """"s l"u B"'"u
wmui mi minor meu, ami
1)cc- u w t,lu tenth anni-
V(irsiir.v of llo latter' death.
m. The ox-(Mcen of Hanover, tired of
W'"B "er tnrone, lias resolved to be-
tako herself to a nunnurv and turn ltonmn
BaT Hundreds or nnimaH and fowls
wcro ,rozcn t0 llen"' n Tonnosseo by tho
il,tpr'6" chl of Tuesday night, the 5th
THE HORNETS TROUBLES.
AnKlVAI. OF THE CAl'TAIN AT NEW-YORK
Kl'ANlSH INSOLENCE AND CRIME.
(From Hih Nw.York World, Dec. 12.)
w u n k. w Ai'n im.i. ,.r u, ,.!..,
t, i, ......ii, v. iuu niuuiliui
"-riai, wnicii litis for sevornl monthi
remained f,r inn.,11
sovoral bpanlMi gun-
nuiUIUUI oyei or
in roiponio to Mr. it.n'
. ii it
... 21it,.r J ' command, arrived on tho
uuu I 7 ui:iliunr aild uni inrn.l
....w.t, uu.. uiiiMiiirnii iniim .iin
tanco ouuido tl,0 harbor. CmTta in '..
iiinn, iiiimciiiftiuiv on tlm n,rU...i r 7i"
Kiimtln r jiw.11. ' u L1IU
ornot's iiapon, and fm 1,1 Vi ,7,
and regular.' topXT
iked Cantaln AlC V. 11 -
man then ailcd
. . 1 . . . 11 11 III
was tod that ho had better wilt a wl,
a. uierc wai plenty of timo. "Jlut," said
b'1:'",' : "V"'."'"' 1 bettor get In
(',,ti,.ir' "... isauoiia actor, of moro oxperioneo. f not nro-
r";.'"."oourOU lllln from $10,000 fnnm or lnnrnln ,11m w.. l,n litlo
it is ilir.n. " h W"'J nU, burn, or blow n,u1 tl,.f 1 1. 1, ,,r m.. isr.-. V. S
is IV Z J t. n- preat a ot i.Bhly. SfirkSf' deV ply
" " i vnnwiin, mm ho n inv mninnrv nf t int nft,rnnnn unm
1 ivrn i I tl 1 1111 1 II !( 1 Ii
i''i'i i-ailtn on Clllllliln All..., , ""Mi.iiiiii.ill iu WII1U 1IU W1I5
to?elhorther repaired to't ho II nl td Kin.rll p!A'!8d.1.0 cul1 11,0 loctniio and toaohlngs
LU UU UIO Jl
3LfilJlnd .'y. Mil NVJUltlbtnko
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1871.
was then again told lo wait until instruc
tions woro received from "Washington,
As that had been tlio plea on which tho
Hornet had boon detained in port for seve
ral months, Captain Walsman, ns lliu chief
olllccr of an American trading vessol
threatened with vlolcnco by a foreign
man-of-war in neutral waters, made n
formal demand of Captain Allen for pro
tection, which was refused until orders
wcro received from Washington.
Tho Captain states that n trial trip was
niado; that tho Hornet steamed out 11 vo
miles nnd made irood timo. No efforts to
dctor tlio Hornet wore mado by tho Span-
isii gnnuoau, anu nun incro uecn suf
ficient coal on board, tho Captain states
that tho Hornet would not havo returned,
but would havo attempted to escape. Tho
day after tho Hornet had mado hor trial
trip tho Swntara left Port nn Prince, but
tho United Stales steamer Nantaskct was
hourly expected in tho port. Shorly after
this the Spaniards took occasion to mako
outrageous demands on tho Haytion
Cnl'n.ni.MKl l .. nu. ......
vw,v.,l..l.ll,, JL uu IIIJIUIII III fcllu UUI II Uti
tliroiiL'h tlio Snanish Consul, demanded of
tho Hnytlcn olllcials of tho port that tho
Hornet should bo dollvcred up to him
within thirty-four hours or ho would tako
hor by force They also demandod of tho
JUytions $120,000 In cold asnn indcmnltv
for tho coal nnd other expenses incurred
wiillo watching tlio Hornet. Thoso dc
ninnds wcro indignantly spurned by Gcn
oral Lorquct, who, in tho nbsonco of Presi
dent Sagct, then nl Aux Cayos, was presid
ing ovor tho government of Haytl.
General Lornuct Immediately nlaccd
fifty soldiers on Fort island, n battery of
guns on shore. Ho was himself out on
horeobnek all night, ready to prevent tho
lureaicneu soizuro ot tlio uornct. uo nu
SO despatched n special tnDongisr lo
Grand Onavo with intolligonco of tho
Spanish domands to President Sagot, nnd
although tho distanco was about fifty
miles, the niossonger returned within
twenty-four hours with tho president's re
ply, " Don't give up tho Hornet under
nny circumstances." Mr. Bassott also ac
tod promptly, and demanded tho activo
protection of tho government for an
American vessel. A meeting of tho for
eign ministers in Port au Princo was hold,
and thoy highly approved tho course taken
by General Lcrquot. In epilo of tho
demands and threats mado by tho Span
iard, thoy mado no attempt to seize the
Hornot. "On tho 8th of November tho
Spanish consul camo to dipt. Walsman
and told him Hint ho thought ho could buy
tho Hornet for SGO.OOO, and that ho would
givo him (dipt. "Walsman) half tho amount
if ho would aid him In tho purchase, nnd
would also givo $1,000 for tho crow. This,
as provions attempts at bribery, was indig
nantly rcloetcd by tlio captain, who shortly
after, finding thefo waslittlo or no chnnco
of getting tho Hornet nwny at present, left
for Now-York in tho bark Trail d'Union
on tho ICth of November, arriving thoro
on tho 4th inst. When ho left, tho Span
ish war steamars Saragossa and Pistnpro
wero daily oxpected at Port au Prince, nnd
have since arrived thero.
THE TICHBORNE TRIAL,
(iCK.vr.s is the couut uoom.
(t.omlon Cor. Iloston Pott.)
Tho urent Tichbomo trial continues to
afford amusement from week to week to
tho attendants on tho court, nowspnper
readers and club irossips. Thoy havo re
cently been examining tho members of tho
Carbineer Corps, to wlncli blr Jlosor was
attached early in his life, nnd who all swear
tho claimant to bo too man. Tlio monoto
ny of tho trial is frequently relieved bv
amusing little episodes, nnd I cannot omit
giving you ono to snow you now tlio court
is now nnd then diverted in tho rather
tedious current of tho trial. Ono of tho
soldiers tested thoclnininmt's menorynbout
certain things that happened in tho regi
ment whilo thoy wcro In together, nnd told,
among other things, nbout n dunkoy hav-
injf anon 1)111, lis ii irii'ir, "li" fir
bed on ono occasion, which tlio witness
had taken out of tho bed nt Sir llngor's
request. Tho chief Justico ashed him :
""What did you do with tho donkoy after
you got him out of bed 7"
, mvjmo lt musl havo been In his fright
"As soon ns ever no wont into ins room
lio dropped tho cnndlo nnd candlestick
on tho carpet, and ran lo mo, crying, out,
't;.,l,. In in,. !'
Tho chief Justice: 1 inked you what
you did with tho donkoy.
"Witness : I'll toll you when I'm ilnlsh
ed. I said, ''I don't want to too tho devil
sir," but ho said, "you must go nnd fotch
him out of my room." 1 said it was
death to a soldier to quit his post until re
Hcvcd, and at tho samo timo 1 didn't want
? 0 w,ilh lli,n; A T n0 hero, ni ,1!10
time, and 1 wanted to keep nway from tho
devil. Howovor. ho said ho would ho nn.
sworablofor my;post, and I went with him,
' I was bound to oboy my suporior of-
,,eor- As soon 1,3 1 ot 11,0 room 1
t , ,d f t, clin(lcstIcU whcn tho cnn.
.1 nil nflll Wild nillinilin.l T
urns oxiiecttni' every minuto for tho devil
to como nnd catch hold of nio laughter
when Mr. Ticliborno shouted to me, "Dii
you, you let tnocnniiio out. '
T .J ,.,,f i,iif.Tii . i,t ,.
did with tho donkey ?
AVitne? "Well, 1 handled his furologs.
Uo was tied down to tlio bed, and ho had
tho forelegs ho
As soon ns 1 cot hold of
llto loreiegs no snt up. tir itojjer looked
in, but off ho hooks it. again, nnd I shout-
od to mm, "it s a young donkoy, sir I"
Tho chief justlco-llut what did you do
with tho donkevV
"Witness carried it down, nnd nut
11 ETCffi V
"Ho used to follow his mother every
, "And 1 duro nay yon novor heard .of tho
donkoy story nftor that V
A verv imnorlant witness has iust boon
examined, who lestilles to have seen Tioh-
borno como oil' tho Osproy nt Melbourne,
tlio snip which, it is claimed, pickc
up nt sea. 'i nis witness s testimony was
... ,.,.Dilll.A ..ll..o A ...n.t f. ...1.1..
.wi,! 'v9iti.i-, iiiiu ;iivi II must 111 VUI II lllu
nupect to tno ouny claimant's cane.
STORIES OF PUBLIC MEN,
lw0 miecdotcs of General AVaihington,
whom thoso Interesting vutorans
,ma l!,,ow m vhoir youth. Mr. Hoff.
man. whllo ldavfullv leniindln,. 1,U rnn.
cul UmfMr innn.lnti .. n
i li i" in i .ii i, jiiLiurfiuii wiis uno ui ino nuinaL
I .. ..... .
. ? .V1" "J,n?ru.1'0 uni ?.rs .,lt . l,,V . t,m'
IL h"'"-" ""u"
rl-,-1' l"' io iiiusirato ins
I fl 1 ri b 1 0f n T t
. ''"ul"ituo i-inner ot Ii UOoun-
iih 15oU'-h"'JVt' hotel, In Light .treat,
"aHlmoru. An Immenso crowd hud as!
Mil I Cfiinl.1,,.1 ,. a.t . t
10 UTPCl thn Hiilrlnt 1 ! -,tl. . .
with two other boys, llngured after tho
f,U"?uri0 I'ad dispersed, lor an opportuu
nml COnVOrSO with thu hnnnrfil
ufihliurtrin htul fnttr.d i.. i.i
Il ft HI b Of. but niiHWiritl thn l.-.ww.l. ..r
II Y COL. J. V, FORNEY.
(From the Washington Sunday Chronicle.)
nllnnlimniil ... ...1.... 1. .
French republicans had n largo class of J
Imitators nnd followers in tho United
State?, and Hoffman's two companions
woro whnt was known ns tho Jcfi'orson or
French cockndo In their caps. After
Washington had asked tholr names ho
turned to Hoffman nnd said, "I seo that
you havo no cockndo ; will you nllow mo
to mako ono for you 7" And cnlling n ser
vant, l.c directed lilm lo purchase n plcco
of black ribbon, nnd " with this." said Mr.
Holl'man, "ho cut out for mo n black cock
ade, which ho pinned to my cap with his
own hands; nnd that Is why 1 hnvo re
mained n Washington federalist to this
day, mid why 1 shall dlo ono."
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pure laccH, in cm t ri linn I tftMf crocket buttona,
eilk nud velvet LuttoiiH, pluali nnd triminlnK vel
vet, hata and lionneU, lino Itld uloveii, laJlpn' anil
clnidrena'alioeii, and a full iindcouipleto utockol
Millinory nnd Etmcy Goods,
0 W (D
COIINEII 32D-STIIEET AND OHIO LKVtk,
J. I. UAJIIII.E
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
C'oiiiuioriiiil Apiiiip, ipoNllr Klllo
nun jiny iiiurii'H
CLOTHING FOIt LADIES' WEAR
Mndo la order, or Kendy.Mado.
Una received n full nnd romplcto atock of soodii,
the nimeat and coinpleleat In Hie city. Au in
meniio vnrity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
alio oirc.r (treat Itnluccmulii to her palronn and
all otliera torall on hcr.iixamlne Hie price.i, styles
and quality of lior goods.
Mrs. ywander, ImvinK aold lier pronrly, will
sell the wliole of llieau Koodnat nnd below coil.
Nn ! the tlnin to nurclia
le Cliri8tman (joodis
at the very lowet prices.
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prepared to retpoml promptly to nil dc-
limndH for nla amices,
SHOl'-COR. 8TII-ST. AND COMMKRCAL-AV
III llit I'erry Iloime,
OASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
Produce and Groceries
WASHINGTON AVENUE, UETAVEEN
EIUIITII ANU NINTH HTH.,
For Sale nt Wholesale or Retail
W. II. MOIlKlf),
II. It. OANDKK
No, I'ulj. nnd I), H. Com,
FIHE, UULL, OAltGO, LIVK STOUlt
X 2T StIEA 3T O 32 1
NORTH AMKIUOA. FA..
Aicln.- 2,73,(igy oo
Afflii. J.MI.SIO It
Amtlii.. 1,781,111 80
I.NTKKN ATIOKAL, N. Y..
AsU.. l,U3,38 17
KonHn ,. .7O0.V17 0t
Atl- 615.CT3 SS
AmeU 615,278 41
AMERICAN CENTRAL. UO..
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE.
Asoti JO.OMO.OOO l
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORl), LIFE AND
At- l.'W.O'W ,
RAILWAY l'AHSENOERH AK8UKANCE
SAFFOR1), MORRIS & CANDKK,
71 Ohio I.rvrr,
Clljr National Hank, CAIltO, ILL.
. FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
A"t - - II.IK.ZU V
HERMAN! A, N. Y.,
AMet l.OCS.TJl 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
A uni t IK.KI 0)
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Annel" .7U,WJ 00
Co:nriiDK Hie Undcrwritera' Acencjr.
YON K Kits, N. Y.,
Atiotx ili.M S
Ai.Hii ..4S3,1W S3
FIREMEN M FUND. B. F
Amcl C7I.O00 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
AsJttn.. 1,432,I)('J OU
QTOUK, Duelling,, Furniture, llulU and Can
i Kor., inmri'd at rat an faTorablo ai aonn.i
IMtrmanrnl nfcuriljr will warrant.
I rpfirilttllllir a.lc ol thn rlflfn. it tmwn
hareol their patronage.
. a. niunt;
THE OLIVE UKANCU SALOON
Near Sloao Depot.
ItE.NT LOW, A.NIJ FIXTURES AT A BAT.QAIN
llooiin for real nt 11 ner'inonth. and Il.mnl
I). C. I.AWHE.NCK.
ii x A L I a IN
Ohio Levee : : : : : Cairo, III,
oamat ruovrrLY riM-io;
U. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Oommercial-avc,
R. SMYTH & CO..
Alto, keen constantly on hand a moit com
plete alook of
HCOTOII AND IRISH WHISKIES
l'ort, Mudoria, Sherry mid Catawba Wlno
E8HYTII A CO. sell oiclualvely for cash, to
, which fact they invite the especial alien.
IIUll Ut VIUBW umgniu UUf.1.1