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SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1G, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OFFICIAL I'Al'KK OF COUNT V AND CITY
THE CHARTER ELECTION. TUB
KIND OF MEN WE WANT.
The nlmostcntiro chnngoof the custodians
or tho city's municipal afmlra Hint is effected
annually, niny well, upon tlio eve of each re
curring chunks excite tlio attention of nil
UicHo who have interests to bo nflectcd. It is
fi mutter of 110 small moment, ns upon tho
wirdom or folly of Uo change depend, for
n twelve-month nt least, tho social, tho finan
cial, and business" status of tho city.
Tim inniof nfuw weeks will brine us to.
tl is eve of another charter election. To pro
pat o for it is 11 work of precaution that no
fjood citizen will neglect. If tho administra
tion of tho your drawing to 11 close, lias, in
niiy articular, shown iUolfJnoflicIont ot un
equal to a martly nitil faithfiil discharge of tho
trusts that were committed to it, tho correc
ts c or npjwirtunity to supply tho deficiency,
wi 1 be presented the coming election. If any
pr it' j is unworthily filled J if brains, if 'in
dustry, if dovotion to the public good, havo
bc.n f Hid wanting in any department of tho
city government, tho ooplo will be untrue, to
themselves if they do not oust tho official in
whom tho delinquency is found.
"Vo havo hero a city of ten thousand inhab
itar.ts. It1? wants nro varied,, and its affairs
arc c iplicnted. No mean mind, no apa
t. t' .li-positlon, no lazy man, can grapplo
,wit'i th'-se complications or provide for thoso
wants. Drain, energy, activity, must bo en-
l.stc 1 Men destitute of thcc nttribut- s must
ri ju.n otllcclei. The city, it interest and
character, must bo tho highest consideration,
and keeping thoso in sight, wo mut go to the
noils and deposit our ballots. Mr. A. may bo
a clover man. Ho may 1w and smile upon
every man he meets, nnd evince an incxpres-
si' ie noJMtude nbout tho health of littlu il
lie and Katie, but unlets ho have thoso ater
ling qualities of head nnd hart that go to
make up tho man we want in n municipal of-
tlce, ho should bo permitted to stnllo on as
private citixen, 11. may bo oor nnd dejerv
ing, C. may be u gentleman of varied infor
mat! n, and D. mav bo n largo property-hold
er; but unless H. 0. nnd D. preent jn them
selves such qualitlcatioiu us will insure an in
teliteint, economical nnd wlo discharge of
official duty, thev should be elected to no of
fice. Tho time has p.iscd when offices should
be conferred upon clover men, bocauio they
aro clever, rich men, becnuso they are rich,
or poor men, became they uro poor. Wo are
acting, In our corporate capacity, not nlono
for the present but for tho future. "Wo are
shaping the detlnr of our city. Tho erlinl
inalitv of follv. the enervating effects of
thoughtlessness, tho deadening penalty of fa
vorltlsm now betrayed in the cholco of our
city officers, will tell unmistakably hereafter,
If they do not do so ut once.
'c have men in Cairo, in tho democratic
party, eminently qualified to so administer
our municipal government that it will woric
out the treat purposes of its establishment.
These men must bo elected. They may bo
averse to the distinction, but the crisis calls
fjr thcinurpiiiti. hff Jheirenorgy and far
reaching ability, and they must obey, al.
th ugh in doing so tliey sacrifice something
of inclination and much of personal comfort.
THE HQ UTH- WESTERN PA CIFIC RAIL
ROAD CAIRO AND SAN DIEGO. ,
The numerous nnd superior claims of this
r;rand JntorprUe nre nlrwidy claiming tho
attention of congress. On Wednesday enu
t r Kellogg introduced a bill providing for
aid in tho construction of tho road, willi it
branches nnd connections, whloh was referred
t the committee on l'acllic railroads.
1 1 incorKmtns u company under tho nnmo
of the .Southwestern Pacific Dnilroad com
pany with n enpitttl stock of ?100,000,000 to
contract and maintain a railroad and tele
graph line from Fulton, Arkansas, crossing
the Trinity river between tho 32 and 33 para
loli to El Paso on tho Ilio Grande, thenco
Into New Mexico nnd Arizonla, ton point on
th" Itio Colorado near tho south-eastern
boundary of California, and thencu to San
Frnncisco, with hrnncho. from the crossing
of Trinity rlvor to u railroad running from
Louisiana through Marshall county, Texa,
ami from tho sumo point in California near
nu Diego. I tuiid of tho enterprise tho bill
propoto to grant twenty sections per mile
on each side of the line, and six per cent,
thirty year bonds of tho Government to tho
Amount of $70,000 per mile in 'ew Mexico
and Arizonin, nnd $10,000 per milo for tho
ret of tho line, to bo secured by n second
In this grand scheme it is contemplated to
ambrnco tho Cairo nnd Fulton railroad, tho
building of which is already provided for.
T'ie course- indicated, following tho route of
tli Cairo nnd Vultou railroad, is direct, nnd
more thnn four hundred mllei shorter than
any practicable northern route
Tlio assistance tukeil U less than thnt ox-
ttndcd to the Union Pacific, .nnd will not bo
withheld if tlio liberality of congress is large
en jugh to embraco tlio whole people.
Collated from our luted telegram.
In the brloklayers national convention,
yeterduy, tlio retiring president, mr. Frost,
administered tho oath of olllco to hamuol V.
Gail, of Now York. After n few ronmrka by
the latter, lion. H. V. Carey, of Ohio, was in
troduced and made u wpooeh. A motion to
offer Carey n seat on thu floor during tho
huIiii of tlio commission, excopt when in
Hocr-t session, was p.Used. An invitation was
cc'pfcl to visit tho presidunt at 1'-' o'clock.
Iliui!,'ri cm nfler lliu llvwli loU,
rJ re nro two viioincioa in thu olUco of
paymnstcr of tho nrmy. For theso positions
tlicro nro twcnty-iour applicants, wun strong
rccommondntlons. For tho two vacant brig
ndlor generalships, there- uro between twenty
nnd thirty ofllccrj in tho contest. Prominent
nmong tho lnttor aro gens, lluchnnnn, Stonc
man, Hcintzelmnn, Augur, Dontnnd Granger.
A special dispntch from Now Orleans, un
der data of 13th, says that tho stern-wheel
steamer Glide, henco on Tuesday evening for
Kcd river, exploded her port boiler about
fifty miles nbovo tho city, nnd subsequently
triking fire, was totally destroyed. Tho num
ber of lives thus far reported lost is ten, nnd
about twenty-fivoothors wcro scalded so dnn
gerouslv that most of thoin will die. They
wero brought back hero on tho steamer Uov.
Allen, nnd carried to tho charity hospital,
whore two havo slnco died. Tho captain, two
clerk nnd llrst engineer wore nil badly in
jured. Tho second engineer Is missing. Maj.
Marston, first infantry, one of tho passengers,
narrowly escaped death.
Tho Glido was built nt Pittsburg, six
CnrlHIiurz Klcctcil Hnintor.
A dispatch from Jefferson City, Mo., under
dato of 13th, thus announces tho election of
CariahurZjU. S. senntor from Missouri:
The radical agony Is over I After n rather
stormv time- in caucus, nnd much preliminary
skirmishing, Carl Schurz was nominated on
tho first ballot. Tho vote stood Schurz 59,
Loan 40, Ilenjamln 10, Fyan 2, Dyer '2. On
motion of mr. "Waters, of Hay, tho vote was
mado unanimous. "Drake's clog" is really
Chauncy Ualley, a resident of .Nnpiervillc.
in this state, hearing that his wife was in illicit
intimacy with J. A. Laird, laid n trap and
caught them injlagrantt dilectu. Thereupon
ho fired flvo shots nt Lnlrd, one of which laid
him out a corpse. Ualley surrendered him
self to the authorities, but is not held a close
prisoner. Laird was recently sheriff nnd
deputy United States 'marshal, at Cheyenne.
A bill is pending in congress the purpose
of which is to restrict tho power pf tho Mor
mons by cutting down their territory. It
proposes tho consolidation of n part of Utah
and Colorado into n now territory. "Ve sco
no causo for apprehension from tho growing
power of tho Mormons, and tho measure pro
posed would fall to crlpplo it If it should bo
come a law. Strike at their abominations as
you will, but don't press measures against
them that will assume thu color of persecu
tion The Shawncctown and Edgowood, or the
Illinois Sontheaitern railroad Is In a state of
fuvorable progress. Tho 'Mercury' announces
tho arrival of engineers in Shawneotown who
will proceed immediately to tho work of loca
ting tho road in that county, and tho contrac
tors nro nlready on hand, ready to emmenco
active operations within tho next ton days.
"Wo can feel no Jealousy for this project; on
tho contrary wo bid it God-speed.
Tho rleht of Missouri and Kentucky to
exerclio jurisdiction over Wolf Island de
pends upon tho courso of tho river's channel
nt thu timo of 3Iissouri's ndmistiou as n
state. Iloth states claim the right of iv
reignty over it, nnd n member of tho Ken
tucky legislature resides on the island. It
belong., without doubt, to Kentucky or,
Thu women arc petitioning congress for tho
right of suffrage in tho territories nnd district
ofColumbin. They claim tho natural right
to "put a little bit of paper in n box" nnd in
sist upon sufficient intelligence to cxerciso it
wisely. Wo proclaim oursolves ns eminently
"sound" on this question and nil otherj cal
culated to effect the-statu of tho feminlnes.
Wo shall dislike to loxo tho fellowship of
Union county in the first senatorial district.
When that gallant old county is, in obedienco
to radical wire-working, added to the third
liftrlct and Williamson given to the first, it
would bo a merciless thing upon radicalism if
loth districts should elect domocrntlc senators
Stranger things hnvo happened, frequently.
During tho year 18C8 tho number of emi
grant that arrived at Now lark was WiflW.
Tho number that passed through Columbus,
Ohio, (luring the past week was 182, ofwlioqi
32 will remain in Ohio, -10 settle in Missouri,
28 in Illinois, 20 in Indlnnu, 19 in Wi.-consln,
17 in Konlucky, nnd U in lown.
Letter from Loudon sny Unit .Ictlurson
Davis and wife hnvo been visiting Ireland
where thev wore warmly received by tho
Kngllsh officers. At Dublin thoy dined with
tlio lord lieutenant of Irolund, nnd subse-
inently attended tin official reception. Thoy
expect to spend the winter In tlio outli of
. ,.."t ' ' i i' 1 i
Pulaski county is tho most enterprising lo
cality of our knowledge, in tho one thing of
furnish ni: the llrst mnd dog?. Fourteen won
killed in onn neighborhood ,ln that county,
not long ngo.'and sovernl at points nlong tho
A bill bus been introduced into congress to
fix a pension upon widow Lincoln. Tho sums
named run front $3,000 to $5,000 per annum
If it is truo that president Lincoln's estate was
worth $180,000, upon wlmt consldernticm.is
tho proposed pension founded?
Tho radical members of tho U. a. seuato
uro not pleased by thu election of Curl
Sohurz from Missouri. Luto telegrams say
that expressions of dissatisfaction arc gou
Mr. Cuffroy, known, whon associated with
tho old Oalro 'Times,' to most of our rendorj.
13 iiiiuiii-iiiiiir u rauicui wuukiy iu aioutiiuii
Tho Inquiry excited by tho present legisla
ture concerning tho propriety of enacting a
law prohibiting tlio importation of Toxns
cnttlo is continued with unabated interest.
As it is n subject of no small moment to tlio
pcoplo of Cairo, or rather to tho shipping in
terest of tho place, wo need not apologize for
our frequent referenco thereto.
On Tuesday senntor Tinclior introduced u
bill for nn act regulnting this trade, which
was read twico nnd referred. Tlio substance
of the bill is as follows :
Section ono rnalcen it unlawful for any per
son, railroad or corporation to import Texas
cattlo between tho 1st of February and 1st of
November in any year, provided that, during
tho timo in which permitted, thoy shall bo
hold liable for infection nnd damage caused.
Offenders may bo indicted, fined not over $2,
000 for each offense, nnd linprioned for a
yenr in tho county jail. Persons, ralirond
companies, or corporations, having Texas
cattlo in possesion shall bo arrested on wnr-
rant, bound over to n court, nnd tried uud
io provision is mndu showing in what
manner u railroad company, or nny other in
corporation, niny bo nnbbed nnd locked up
for a yenr, or a day; but in this progressive
aire nnd under radical rule ono need not bo
surprised at anything.
Infected cattlo may bo Impounded if thoy
nro Texas, and sold. Tho opinion of witness
es that they uro diseased makes a prima facie
case, to bo rebutted by other witnesses only.
A correspondent of tho St. Louis 'Kepub
licnn' snvs nn enunllv illy-diKCited plcco of
legal mechanism has rarely been conceived.
It is scarcely possible that it will pass, nt
least in Its present inchonto condition. Leg
(station of somo kind, however, is nltogether
Kiillrond Talk (irrri-mandcrlug by Nrn
tor Miiuii, 4kc.
Special 1'orreij.oti'leni e of the Krenlni? 'Iliiflotln'
Springfield, Janunry 1J, USJ.
First of railroads. Early In tho session the
old schemers, anxious to replenish n depleted
exchequer, introduced in tho senate a bill for
an net to regulate the puongcr nnd freight
tariff on railroads, and to-day it passed that
august body. Contrary to tholr expectations,
tho railroads did not Imitate Zacchlus and
come down, but thoy could not recede from
their position. It is n matter of gravo doubt
whether tho legislature can placo restrictions
upon those companies nlready incorporated;
in fact, I bcllovo it.ls generally concodod tlint
the only application tho proposed lnw can
havo is to tho compnnics horenfter incorpo
rated. To Southern Illinois this is n most
unjust and iniquitous measure. Tho attention
of capital Is but just being directed to the
construction of roads in that part of the state,
and if legislative restrictions uro to bo placed
upon their business it will be a long time
before the prooscd roads uro built. Such n
meinuro gives to the old roads nn undue ad
vantage, in thnt It virtually prevent tho con
struction of new ones, and to-day it is whis
pered that it is n measure iu tho interest of
tho old roads, for which thoy nro willing to
pay. This statement is strengthened by the
fact that no lobby" is hum in tho interest of
the old ronds. I nni sorry to sny that mom-
bcrs from Southorn Illinois, who live- nt points
distant from nnd who wnnt railroads, yted
for this nefarious lnw. '
Amendments to tlio dinners, wholesome in
their provlslous, to both the Cairo nnd Vin
cennes nnd Cairo nnd St. Louii railroads,
have been introduced. Thy nro such ns tho
officers dot-mud noccasary to carry out tho en-
prises iu which thoy are engaged. Of tho
llrst, thoy relnto to tho coiUeniuatiou ot tlio
right of way, power to comolidnto with tho
Vlnconnosnnd Indinnnpolii railroad, legaliz
ing the county subscription) heretofore made,
nnd empowering tho countr courts of tho va
rious counties to donate their stock, nnd le
galising Mich uet where already done; and
providing, also, for branches to tho Ohio
river. Of the second, tlio sinoiidmonu nuow
township nnd school districts iu the counties
through which tho roadmnr pass, tosubjeribo
to tho stock, and provide tho manner of
calling elections, voting, etc
A bill was introduced in tlio nonnto to-uuy,
bv mr. Munn, attaching Willinmson county
to the 1st senatorial district, nnd taking
Union county from tho tint nnd annexing it
to the third. This will enable mr. Munn to
re'prosent n republican dbtFict again. Tlio
third is largely democratic, so that thu addi
tion of Union wu uiiuceoJsiiry in that viewf,
but it becomes very uccesiary to get lior out
of the first. ' "'
Iu former times the constitution wuuld
havo been regarded as inhibiting such an act,
but now ull things uro passable. Of course
it will pnss. 1 suppose' senator Munn is for
tified with u petition froai your milk nnd
water democrats, nsKing nun 10 uo sogm tlio
score of economy. Tho ecpriomy will bo this:
It will in.uro it republican sonntor, nnd some
democrut will anvo his timi uud moiioy vhlch
ho would othorwlso expend hero in represent
ing the people. Tlio city oninell ought to In
dorso that, uud send him a (unified copy.
No other measure of local interest has yet
turned up. X
Tho southern UllnoUi ponltentinry docs
not receive that encouragement from nbrtliern
members its importuueo doierves, or that tho
pcoplo of Egypt had a right to expect, Tho
want of such an Institution is concodod; nnd
wero It of Chicago origin iu erection would
becomo only u mattor of timo. Chicago gots
ull she wants. Egypt gets just what Chlcugo
is willing to concede to her. In this matter
Chicngo will net tho part of wisdom In help
ing us, ns tho timo is rapidly approaching
when wo will bo a powor wlioso goou win
bo worth having.
Our cotcmpornrlcs will tnko notico that tho
Cairo 'Democrot' is defunct. All exchanges
sent to it nro taken from tho post office by nn
unauthorized pewon, nnd sold ny mm ns wrnp-
ping paper. Tho 'Evening JJulIetin' is tlio
only domocrntlc pnpor now published in Cairo.
Alexuniler County, j
In the Circuit Ceurt of Alcxnndrr county, Illinois
April Term. ism.
William II. Sclmller iu Michael HeHttl III Attiutli
ment. llemand iC'.l 01.
.Notice Is hereby elen to jou, tho raid Michael
Htiwett, that u writ of attachment has been sued out of
the,iMi"f the clerk of tho rlrvult court of said conn,
ly of Alexander, at thesult of the Mid William So ml
Nr, and nifjiiut tho estate of you, the id Mii-lmM
Ilewt tl, for lx hundred and fifty-five- and faMlM dol
lar, directed to tho nheritl of ald eouiity to exi-eilte,
which aaldwnthx U-on returnetl by wild herl!r en
dowed. "No property found of defendant cr'd on
Jai-ob helming JMKa"iheo; defendant not found.
Now union oil, tho said Mielmel Hewi tt, nhall -r-nonally
Iwwid npjoar before tho cirrult court of nulil
county on tho firm day of the next lorin thereof, to li
holdeii In tho city of Cairo, in fald ronnty, on the rirht
Monday in the month of April next, give, pcci.d lull
and plead t wild itetlon, Jinlnietit will -i enteral
B2.iint you In favor of the M1 plalntllf nnl thu prop
eriy utlaehcd ld ' jrtc.
Pulro. Illinon, Jniuwrj' 1. I09-
1, 1". Jlutlcr, riaintiil' Attorney; Jantldaw
tj Alexander County, f
In tho Cireult Court of Alexander eminty, Illinois,
April Term, l(M,iS.
William ll.l'iireell nndllllerl II. Oreely.imrtner eU,
ilolnis lmiue under the tlnn nanio of I'ureel
llreely." v UavtdA.llimtou-luAtta.liiuent. He-
inalidSin WO.' ,
Notieujs hereby siven to you. Ihecald Hiynl . linn
ton, that a writ ofittiaehmciit has been sued out of the
,,111,-e of the elerlc of the circuit eourt of ald AhjxatK T
eouuty.nt tlio suit of tho nld 1 urcelU fine , ui I
aaaintt the estate of you, tly ald imviil A. I mfon, f. r
of.e hundred ami thirteen dollar, d re ted U I o
nheritr of nld county t" eneouie, whlcli haldwrltlus
been reierued byntd herhrrxeeted.
.owiinieiyou,nie'i i-iiiei .., ".i : ,
nally bo und appear before the circuit court of alil
llll 119 INI Ull' IU ""J "" . . .
;...ll...ri..i .l,itfltr tlin novt
holder) In the city of Cairo, Iiinftl'l eouniy, 011 i.e. my
tiaviii mu iieM ii i ,i .
iioioen iinrifeuj "i .'.in", "17 - - -,
M.,.i..,-,,, ...mil 1 of Anr next. K IVe Spei lal bull
-".""r - .'...r..;..., win f nter
and' oliwl W i-iil.l witlon, judKinem win o .nirn
acaln.t vou in f.n or of the said pi
plafutltr aiid the projl
eriy attach! .old ''''J7;7:'jyAiV:iVerlt.
ThUtoeietj mil cele.lr.itu IN tlrt annlver.iry l)y ft
Masiiiteiwlo Hull, at Wasliington Hull
Moll day KvculiiKi January 3, iSOU.
COMMITTKK OV A (tit A Vfl KM KSTH.
II. MYH13US, W. AIilIA,
AV. T. UEKltWAKT.
c. Vr.UOHTBH, i.ouis hlattau,
I XV. HOliK, . tivnvu vs..
HE CENTKAL ELEVATOR
Ready for Receiving nil Kinds of Grain
From ram and iltlivrrinit llin kiiiio either In bias or
bulk onbruKerr ImnK
Tlio hlevsitorls owned nnd will 1m innnflKcd by tlio
fame jiartle mmlng nnd manning tlio Central Klcru-
All gram rccciveu njrm will im.
Inspected ami riult!l
llynn InKpeetor appointed by llin l.O. U. It. Co. For
tlm iirmcnt m-iihui. Mr. J. II. llloomflrlil. wlio fin
noted ill llin "umocnpiKMty during tlmpnH maimer nt
Dunlpttlmmi nomuvii Miieiacuun uiiui paruiia, win
bo tlio Inspector. . ,
All grnlii will bont tlio owner's risk of dnmago from
(Ire nnd heating.
11ATKS OF S" ClIlAtlr..
UvplTlnjrniid deli wing to lnrK, grain In pood or-
ler, ini'iuuilli; Murage nui iu crrr
MAnlM lul. Illlftll.ll.
Stonige for each additional rtvo dnys, orpnrt thereof,
nnr-iinn mm per im-iici.
Itwelvltissndii.lueriiiK ta bnrce-, "unbound" grnln
IIK'llKlllig Mornjonui cvrruiiig i "-v,
fitorajjo foretrry ndditionnl llvodnyorpiut thereof,
one ceni per ihimipi , , , , ,
Ilngglnu and tying lig, oiie-balf cent per btinliel.
UiiKimu: nnd iewing Img', uno cont per biiidiel.
n e P iriH)e loeonnnv oiirrem". . '
tool'srilil. J. K. IlUCKI.NHirAM.
ntfit of f?rnlil
juro. iu.. .i.in. i. inm.
. . . . itm
All coal wolghod. Temm. cm on delivery. Dellv
cred freo to nil parH of tlio city, xard and offlcC,
Commercial Avenue, lie tM cen Tenth and
(Utocoal yanl of McDonald A I'rlesf,)
lanlldtf CAIKO, 1M
OK EVEItyTHINO IN
thu book xaxxo-aa
OO TO 1
deeil'CStf N'oi 1 OnmfBcut A".ei.
EWAItlUVALSI NEW ARRIVALS
CHRISTMAS ANR NEW YEAR'S GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 C'oiiiiiiercliil Avenue,
Inform thu citizen of (iilro and vleliilly that ho has
on hand one of tlio Urgent nnd lt iworted stock of
Dry (i(M)tls, Fnncy d'omls and Notions,
In Southern llllnoln, whleh hooflerat price. that VfiU
Wo will ll rrint. f.irKxtbrnnd, at from... to 12W
VnnUldo ltlcaehed .Mmlln at 12J"i
lleayyard lil hceliiiK at...... lie
All-wool Klminel ut........ V
While IllaiikeH er plrnt......... . W 9
I.aro ix all-wool ilmililii Miawl at 4 'a
New t)lo ladle' Cloak. nVSI eDnnd tipwardt
tlood I.lll!,eyat..i.....i..i.......i.ii..w..... -I'C
IUesant mid ii'ry heavy clwuisonblo nnd tiK-
ured I'opliu, per yard, from M..Uloli!
Hilk I'oplin ut 7Sc
lioo.1 yanl-wide Merino nt 4lM
A Urge aj.ortnient of
lllnt'k nnd (.'olort'ii Alpacas nt 2." cents
And nnmerou other t)le of Ire flood eorre
All-linen llnmlkcrcliicf at
All-linen Toweling, per yanl, nt.......
(IikhI TuUo liliien
IrUli I.lnen, yard wiue ..
Ladle' ?Icrilio llorc
Merlua IlnderililrMiiii I Prtiwcr
, 1 1 1 , . 1 't !'
AIo, a laru iuirtiiiiiit of
EMUROIDERI ES, " '
, . .. VELVETS. ' " i''
(JIM PS, -
SATIN TRIM MINOS
Alexander ICIrt Sloven ........-... I
Freiu li CnreU .u.
IC011111I CuiuIj...!..- t 10c
And nil uther GcmU corretimndingly etc.
It I Iheref ro to th lateirot of every htoii buy injf
good to call nt -
C'omniei rial Avenue,
lloforo buying eliewhere, i money mvodls ti)iiey
''Thaiikfnl for tha Uucnd jMtronaso horotofore ex
tended to ii, e hoj-o to reeelvo tho niiu in fuUirv.
.loc?l'ltr 1 l" numl'
pitl.NTlNO, OF ALL Kl.N'DS,
At tlio Olllco of tho Ciifro llullctlu,