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Tlio of Arrival mill Departure of Malts.
(fmrr. IVf HIH-I-, Ftbrtinry '-', Km
4:4. p. Ill 11:00 p III,
i:u p. in
spilth (ihrotiuli and mbyi. iinOa.im
1:ii p. tn.
11:00 li.l nl
7:0) n. in. Sat.
frmth (Memphis A N. O.).. 4:ooii.in
Oliio Riur route 5:lMi.m
ltn.iipp' lllior route,
Tin silms ''! Friday... 0:O0piil
rlmrU'-ton, Ma., Tuesdays
TfmrS"yf Sj4nnlftn.. 11:W 11.111....
Theism, noose Island nnd
i-iintaFe fl.0Jp.in J rl
-Ohio Ri- rout
deimrt cicrv .lav except Mondays.
Jlnrlu t rVotlcr.
The mayor and market committou will nt
tend lit the city market ltoue, March filh., at
three o'clock, p.m.. for the purpose, of letting
Malls for the enuing your. Thoso interosted
will gewn themiclvos accordingly.
A. Cain, MiirkotSMnster.
To tlie. Iin.llcs of Cairo.
I will olfer for sale tit the flore of Mm.
Stewart, "Winter's Mock, AVwltiwJny, March
:id. 16?(, at 10 o'clock, a.m.. u largo itMort
ment of wtilllncry. fancy goods, )mU, bonnet",
etc. The entire toek will lie sold without
reserve. Daniki. II .hitman, Auctioneer.
Truth Stranger tlmn I'lctlon.
Tho detection of thu Ohio hoy-murderer,
in this city lat Saturday, i$ ntlcndod by cir
cumstanca too atrange to attribute to moro
r-rmtiea. A stated by us yostordny, our Mr.
Murphy had rcnided in Ailnm county in the
neighborhood of the honiiaidc, but, nt sight,
was unabla to identify the boy, lie had just
tlni'hed roadingan account of Mr. Jtico's
murder; how hi body had buen concealed
near hit barn, and how it had bcuti robbed of
a gold watch nnd $1,000 in monoy, when the
two lads, Hardy and Taylor, ttuppod into tho
roftm. Mtirphy spoke, of tho homicidu and
the lioya botrnyed agitation. Not yut thor
oughly fatiftRud of their identity, Iiowmvct, ho
took front hi pocket a photograph of tho
nturdorcd m- n's daughter, and asked thorn if
they rsongtiixed it. Thu ropono wan quick
nnd unguarded : "Yen It's tholikenes'of Mis.
Laura Hire." Satisfied, now, hh dispatched a
inescD. . for Marshal Iiogun, wlio, acting
upon the assumption that thuy were tho guil
ty parties, drew out the confo-ion published
ly tn yitsturday.
Thuvtt 'Mm, tlmy ttt-Hpod the tango of
their acquaintance, safely gained a point tlx
hundred mile from the scene of their crime,
to crnao face to fat-a with the only living mnii
in Uie world, m1:im, who could through the
idvanta-;.j of hi knowledge; havo wrung
from them confession of guilt. Truly, truth
i stranger than (lotion. ' J
Local Item lu Itrlrf.
Coyua' a hull alloy i, in prliuu order for
tho use of parties fond of thu autivo recrea
tion found in a well matched game of ullyv
ball. Thj ranks of the Lmuutt Ouards are m.iii-
lllle'l up " y . moi respwtabla young muu
5n tii"olty. 'J'hoeomjmny fairly glitlaring in
the gold of tho uniform., and the bright uteel
f musket and bayonet, will no doubt 1m mt
object of general local pride in our next lth
of July turn-out.
DJok Pitngorald, yiol.llng a- many other.,
would Hot, to thu importunities of ouUido ne
groc, pt;mit verlutl eotiiriiimirutloii with
tho priuKir, in hit jireMiuco, ttvioo each
week. llooliHcri'iilly paw to the jiriMmers,.
any urtiel of food or ulothlng from outnldo'
Ths tHilored .MohodiMi. huvi; ubiimloued
the idea of erect iuir a $.10,000 Iioumi of wor
hlp, for which after .vyear and a ItttltV Mllbrt
they had dcct.-d alcut forty dollar-' worth
Texa vuttl ntimsoto ntr extunivulv
into vat alilpuiniiU north by rail. They ant
coming forwur.i, nut., at the raltof about one
thoutuuit head jer wwk,
One f the moat ingtiIoti pitule of thfl
nge nwy hsawtu. boltW, at the Autriiiilloine.
It U thu retrnlt of tt Joint oUort of two .!onr
Jioro (conUemuti. Tho piualu Mlver i- not ex
jioctd to explain how the dejicatu fratnowork
of wood thatHlU-i the MfhV j,jlwj thors.
He will bo paid twwity.tvH dollar, if lie will
tell how a (Ingle one o." thu .itmll riet that
hold It tsethw, jmt ,Jn it. plaeo. We
onf!t our.olv .luoil-l'ouiilol.
l ino of our citlxu patawl thtvugli AJeiuphi.
the othor day without revolving a inglv bul
let hole through hi hat. .Ilc.wa not. ur,
indaud, that ho ivm ovi n flrwl al !
The Southern IllinoU TuHchsr',' a iiutjaMr
ofuttu.ual iiiteret, will mako it. apitraiitii
to-iawrow. OopU, Arr tmoirrfw can 1h
oUlainad ul the book p'.oru.
Among the mou t hi v publieatioiikuf real mar-'
it to be fmiloM th oountrof Mir,.AV.IJ.
Itoekwi-rtAK, Ohb'Urt rotlko following; I
wur toung oik-, I.tjplti;tl Jlagnxlittt,
7ow Kclvctic, Patorson . 'iudc'. HallouV
HarjMtr'i. and Putuamx utMgaaiiie, Mavno '
I.eiij UnwarO, Uur al irl b Oil- (
vor Optic, "Wuv.-tly and I,eliu . monthlv
jart, BallW Monthly Xovolett, Yotmle I
La-lio. Budget. V.'nverly, nk. It would bew I
Strang., doand, itideod, for mNgaaJiies or Hp.
tilar nmily weeklies that' W. It. It. Aj (fit ,
tould ujly from their ttovk n hand.
Th.. work or th Cairo ipul 'inconii- rail
ro. i- undressing moat favorably. The ro
pu, l k rtiWi through correjkndoneu of a
New York paper that the hand are paid oil'
in ordur w Hum, U vrtthuut foundation.
The monthly eetimatos are )aid in -;uh, with
We were nut a liltl.. surprised V fad a
docket entry at the otgee of 'njulro Hlian
f"y ysatorday, .njlnt olllcer Oolllu. for
levying 'W " " We leliavd him an
houett man; but ntut rely on tho facte
agoiml WujJ and daiourd that belief alto
gether. U W callou out in the tustlmony
thai Pt rams .os a young man and
notorious de.mlrefj on l'oplMrttreet, Saturday
)":'.t, and took the yowng man tinder arrest,
While eseortii hltn U Jail l'at otfurcd to
rob'aae him for t atftittg Uiai he would be
flntl that much in 'the morning anyhow.
The young mat) ' hlowud on klin" tho ncn
mo. ning, and yesterday tho guilty olllcer wai
arreted Mid flned 'J5, and made (a disgorge
A1, the in6et'i. o tb ('.in, ';i t
(J 'i.- vm jii r "up!, r;lv -ii, I, r, t ,
(Tho St. Dmrlc Hotel, Jlomlay, .March 1.)
ltd Allen. Ill;
II Miller, N Y)
I' Hnimie, Ark:
V. 11 1Orlns A. ltcr. Chle
Win I'oree, III;
.1 A Wlliilrntn, ctlyi
II II llmili-. N ():
.1 H Aloxiindor A w, N Yi
.1 ."Mollrini, Httf,onlM V
h V Kuzele, Ark;
H it Trout, lloiton; '
T W Kid.I, 111;
A II llur.l, eftv;
VH llcnriluii, l'wluciili;
.1 ii ltniny, Kvi
Jim Taylor, Dn'noln;
WI IlmlonlA r, llolon; K F Kimbnll. Ilnstimi
11 H Kinersoii, "
TlirVnlio llooit Itliiiiei-y.
Silrcrbtirg, tho presiding genius of thu
Cairo book bindery, U displaying his ability
just now to do any kind of blank book work
demanded by the trade, whether legal, com
mercial or otherwise. Ho ha just completed
n record for our count v clerk, that dhow." both
patience, exactness and nontnoM in its oxecu
tion. It U ruled on' into nuctions and town-
.ltipj to facilitato the work of tho clerk in re
cording the tnctos and bound? of our school
districts, and i ns complete n job as can be
Tho truth h, Silvorbttrg can do any kind
of Infilling or ruling needed by our people,
furnish tlr.t clans blank woki at tho 'very
loweit prices and 'he should therefore havo till
of that kind of work ho can do. Call in nnd
Tho 'Timoi' of this morning give Mr,
llogtm',s version of the arrest and detention
of the boy-murdererf, Saturday, find as it is
calculated to cast u shadow of iiiioertiiintv
ovor tho details givon in the 'Jlulletin,' yes
terday, it rwiulro." u brief notice "Vo ob
tained our information from 31 r. .Murphy, of
the Antrim luni.-e, whom wo regard as truth
fill and reliable. Ifhu is mistaken liis ini.'-
tako is a broad one.
Tho 'Times' says that Mr. Coyno finding
tho boy.-t wore the p?roii ho wait In iuritiit
of, he took them into custody and left thorn
in tho Antrim hou-e, while he went out to
notify Hogait of tlie arrest. U is homewl.at
singular that an ollicor of Mr. Coyne's well
known fhrcvdnes should turn murdererh
loro in tho open .olllce of a hotel, leave them
thcro tiiiguardod, whilo ho goes oil' in the
jiursuit of another olllcur, whose deputy he,
himself is. AVu haw. a better opinion of Mr.
Coyiio'n tact as an olllcer, jwrtieularly when
he is called upon to deal with murderers.
And, furthermore, how is the fnct that Mr.
.Murphy dlsjialclied .Timmy Smith for mar
shal Ilogan when he became aatistied of tho
bo' guilt, to he reconciled with the new ver
sion of the mattur. If Hardy wa under nr
rot when ho entered thu Antrim 1iouo, ho
had been given wonderful latitude, as he was
entirely unattended. M r. AVnlton claim that
he ow him in a l.evoc locn, "Sojtt free" the
livening previou ; other parties caw him in
tho ?uloon opposite the Antrim Imuro tvoral
hottr before hi.' arrot, to till intenU atuljutr
jiOie h frd and unreitrNiniHl n anv citizen
Hut wo have no di.-po-ition to purMta thu
cubject. AVo conllnod ourselves to the facts
as rolated by Mr. Muf'phy, as nearly ui wo
could. If they aro foundationles. .Me-sr.
Ilogan and Murphy for it.
I-Mre !'. tlnmilli rlti jioi i f n,r llnnril
of Umli-ru rllrr.
J. Ikiliio -lllltll, :
.(4-nt HuU'ix'k's 1'uteiil Fire r,xniiB-iiih'r
DmrSir: I lie undersigned, membori of
the Cairo lloird of Firo ('nderwritotv, wore
pra-ent at tho exhibition givon by you lait
night, of the oilicietiey and utility of tho Dab
cock Fire Kxtlngui'her, and take pleiuuro in
bearing ttimony to the wonderful jtowora of
tho little miichinu. Wo were aware that the
lmrrels usel in making the exporimental tire,
wnro old oil lnirroli, completely Mituruted with
l!aeel and coal oil, and that you then
drenched thttm-with coal tar. After giving
ample time tn allow the whole to Woliio en-velope-l
in tluiuc, you ext itiullc d th entire
lluini in f.'rty i. ond. Th-n, aftr allowing
thu mam to Ixteome aguin ignitodand thu wood
completely on tire, the lmrrols bulng about
ona half consumed, you again extinguihed
the tliime and fire in jut thrno minute. The
general u.-e of thoto maehinog would greatlv
enhaucu tho safety of property and propor
tionately decrease the rate of inturancc. W'u
would therefore recommend and urge th" iti
troduetion of the llalM-usd; Fire KxtinguUher
into every lioiiMtj and call tho tmrtluular at
tunthm of hntul proprietgr and Miiruliou.e
men to their utility. Kvorytmrtibonthou!d
1m aujijilinl with one or more of thoo ma
chiiius. They would provti moro uwful than
At the tor I we witueited of th'u tiro ox tin
gtdsher, thu tire was eompoaud often largo oil
bnrrele, ulovutod upon planks placMl upon
two dry good boxes, thereby giving freo cir
culation for tho wind, whluh w blowing
quite brUkly during the experiment.
II. II. Canukk.
. S. It. Hay,
.Ias. S. 1'.1-.AR!iK.,
Cairo, IllinoU, March 2, 18U'.'.
I'al. Collins Vln. Hi litis Illio.cir.
We rwolvwl tho followiuit note from l'at.
Collim accumpatiM by the rtxpiast that wo
give it ptibliolty.
1 " Culru l ,luw' of lul "'ornlng, makes a
icrriiMn ohhuu uKu iiiu, wriicn i iiiiiik is uu
tlrcly unuilllod for. 1 never was in the habit
of making money or arrosting innocent per
son, h the 'Sqidru's doekot will show. I
own ii)i to having taken fr 00 from a couple
that wire disturbing the peace at 1 o'clock
at niifht. and intended to return the sumo to
tlie 'Squire next morning; but having boon
up all night did not make tlie return upon
which Capt. .McCarthy, hoaring of tho $5 00,
caused thu arrest that madu iu h a enation
article for tho 'Time.' 1 am u eitiauu of l.'l
xcar' standing in this town, and am prepar
ed to proe my character by most everybody
in town. Pat Collins.
Collins conduct was highly roprehensible.
In aoeeptlng thu Jive dollar he was guilty of
J usurping the functions of the police magls
i trate, and falling to make u return, (boonuso
; he was fcleopy,) added groatly to thu turjiitudft
of thu trnnuaotlon. Wo hojio, and aro inclined
to believe that ho is not ns chargod, an old
oll'uuilur in this linn. The, ilnglu olTonco to
whluh Uu ijunfuwoi is biul tuiougli, ami oar
tainly authoruod his quick dismissal from tho
i. o, or c. 'i'.
niiier ranniu Woodhurv O. AV. V. T. of
Illinois, will aitond the next regular meeting
of Cairo ho.. No. f.M, ., 'J'n.-.l . v evening
next. Kv.ry meinb. rl-i ., tt, (jboinat-
i r! ,i , r
1 -M. Yi . , Y.".'J.T.
THE M'GINNIS BOND.
ltow ii JiUxn Illit n 'I'll In I,' Me Colli. I'nl Do.
In 180" thu city council, by ordinance, au
thorized a bond of i?r.,O0O to be issued to tho
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company, for thu
purpose of enabling tho company to inako a
survey of thu road. Onoof tho conditions of
tho transaction xvas, that the amount of tho
bond .should bo credited upon any subscrip
tion tho city might liiuko to tlie capital .stock
of tho company. The ordinance authorising
this bond wns voted for by every member of
the council, but Mr. Itodmnn. and was ap
proved April -I, by Mayor Thomas
The bond was Jlnally old and got into tho
hands of a man nitme.l MeGlnnis, of Now
York. During tho pn-t two years interest
lias been paid upon it promptly.
The proceeds of tho bond weru uo(l in part
payment of tho coU of surveying the Cairo
and HI. Louis railroad. The board of direc
tors of tho road approved thu manner in
which the money hud been expended, and the
city roceived credit of .W0 umii its sub
scription of $100,000.
Last month thU lioivl became due and pay
able. Tho council ordered tho truttrer to
not pay it, and directed that tho interest bo
McGlnnis, llko most melt, didn't like tho
notion of our council, and forthwith began an
acti.-n against thu city in one of tho uw
York courts, nnd attached all of thu interest
fund depoitcd in the Ninth National and
Ocean National bunks of New York city. A
groat many of our citiaen, when they heard
thi news, said MoOinnis couldn't attach tho
interest fund. Mcdlnni evidently believes
lie can, and us proof shotvn that he has ; all of
which is very unsatisfactory and naturally
leads to tho inquiry: "Who is McGlnnis? '
Tho council met last night, and process was
served bv the luwver of McGlnnis tllon the
city, giving notice tlmt unless answer should
bo made within twenty days McGinnis would
take judgment bv default, and pay himself
out of thu interet fund. Alderman Gibson
moved to lay the jirocc upon the table, which
motion was "a good thing " for McGinnii.
Alderman Artur moved that tho city ciutiell
should declare that the nid city council wa
neither legally nor morally liound to pay the
bond, and would spend more than the amount
of the bond tnostabliih thi projx.-itio!!, which
motion proved Mr. Arter to ha gallant la old
age, (loop in law and to have a line tense of
mural obligation. During the debate Aldur
mati llallidny wanted to know what would Iks
gained by not poyiug thu bond, and nobody
thought proper to make reply, except th
city attorney, who was of opinion that, while
legally the city was not 1 sound by thu
bond, morally it might be, and at all evunU
It would lose more than it would mitku by
contorting the claim of the mvsturious
McGinnis. Finiillv. tlie matter was referred
to the J'lnaticu Committee and Mr. Ilutler;
and the debute ended.
Wo aro of opinion this bond hud bettor bo
got out of the way. It i in the hnnds of an
innocent man, if his numc is McGieni, and
hu should not 1k punished by tho lou .f
money because he had oontldenco in the in
tegrity of tlie city of Cairo, and bought a
bond which had been regularly issued by tho
projM-r authorities. Let tho I Kind bu paid,
thou; and, tho foolish farce, oxpuuMvo as
ridiculous, injurious alike to our credit and
our common sense, lie at oncu ended.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.
Tut. .la), .March tJtl0U.
I'reiunt Hon. .Samuel II. Treat, judge.
After proclamation the following busine
wns transacted :
No. 1. Cairo City Ferry Company and
Valloy Ferry Company vs. Meambotit Vir
ginia; libel. Depositions on llle, on motion,
aro suppressed; leave givon to withdraw an
swer, and tile anew ono by thu Ilrt Monday
of April, either party allowed to take dope
sitions upon giving reasonable notice ; cause
No. '. Lincinnuti Wruoking lioat Com
pany vs. stuamlMMt Mollio Hamblcton. Cause
dismissed; ulaim and costs- having been
No. 3. George A. Lulsso v. steamboat
.Silver Cloud. .Same order as in No. 'i.
No. t. Geo. 1). Williamson vs. StuumlMiut
.Swallow; litx-I. Sumo ordur as No. two and
No. ft. Leonid Iliiuor vs. Steamboat Ouick.
step; libel. Answer to be Jllod by to-mor-
Court adjourned until to-morrow mornin
at 10 o'clock.
Pol ire ?InlHi.
F.tquiru ItrosV pulitMOourt wucrewl.Kl by
a motley group this morning, the negroes of
course preHiii(leratiug. Clustered around
thu city attorney woro several thinly olad,
fhivering, crol.lipped and highly odorous
nogro wunchu. iiinlng tlie wall 'waro ov
eral white men, two of them with face
watched, notes smashed and sculps lacer
ated, as oH'ccU of tho night, carousal; and a
third with empty pooketi as tho legitimate
consequence f a visit to a nogro bagnio. A
harder looking .t wo havo not seen in many
Tho llrstcasu culled wus that of tho peojdo
against two colored women, namod Vloronco
Middluton and JCmma .luckson, thu keepers of
a vile brothel on Commorclnl avenue, near
Fourth. Thoy wcro accusod of robbing the
person ofonu.Iohn Malloy, u stranger Just
from Louisville 0f tho muu of twonty-four
dollars in greenbacks. Malloy was drunk,
yctcrday, and blundering into tltoir den of
infamy, tho door was eloiod, tho curtains
drawn by .Mjss Jhnma, whilo his pock
ots wore picked by Miss Florence. Tho proor
ns to the latter's guilt was positive and ho
was committed to jail in default or bail in tho
sum of $260. Kmma, n long, lank, shambling
human montroity, was disoharged, her com
plicity not being fully established.
An individual who gave his name as Al
hurt Arnold, but who looked shrewd enough
to assume a ?xn tie plume for tho occasion,
was up for drunkenness. Ho had evidently
been plunging drunk, as his no was terri
bly .1M1;j ,r. ,j Mll i,a faCQ i,ou,j wuru fujj
v. ...,wiu und bruiso.i, jnrobrtbly Iiiu result
offallc. Ho owned up liko a man, paid tho
$7 05 assessed ngainst him, and went his
Thu next case wns that of Tom Murray,. a
hardened old codger, white-houded and tough
us an uligntor. He hint been drunk, and,
liko Arnold, had boon no-ing tho sidewalk.
The muni) fine was inllicted upon hint, but ho
had no money. Ho tried tho ellicacy of prom
ise', etc., but'without success. Ho will rest
awhiio in tho calaboose.
Tho olllcors of tho t'nltisl States District
Court, and Messrs. Sufibrd, Gilbert, Taylor,
and other distinguished citizens, madu an ex
cursion to Mound City, this p.m. Thoy ob
served thu progress of work on tho railroad,
the murine and maniifaoturing enterprises of
our neighbors, and returned wull pleased
witli their trip.
Port List for the Ml Hours Klulliif,' "
Two o'clock, I'. 31.
Ren. Ati'lcrson O.lum.; Wra. Wlcte. I'n'lii, ah:
mJ.Vhu. N .; Win. H. lirowti. MemuIiU;
Allruheny llclle. l'llls.; John Kllgoiir. ImsTine,
.Mlnn.'olii, Cui. Innati.
Ceil. Allderson. Coluni.i Wm. White. 1'is.liiealit
Win. II. Hrown. I.u..; Allfeh.-iiy llelle. IfM't
Jiiha Kilgour, if. i.; 3llIlo Kbrl,
The splendid weather of the flrst woski of
February has returned ami spring Mms
really ojxsn to us at last. Ao can now have
somuhopo that winter is indel over. Tho
mercury indicated .. degnlrt thl forenoon,
and will probably reach 00 by ths hour we
go to press.
Tho MUsifippi is still fulling at St. I.otiU,
and covored with floating ice. Navigation
is entirely subtended abe that city, and is
dillletilt for small steamer a low down al
Thu Ohio is falling every where with ix
feet reported over the falls at J.ouisvills, and
about thu same in tho chuiinol to Jktbrg.
Hero the river hu fallen ten inches Mnce
last rejwrt and is now going down rapidly.
ilulnos was fair yt?rday, but extremely
dut up to the hour of closing our report to
day. The Magenta i receiving rapidly, and will
return to New Orleana with 800 to 0i tons
received at this port.
Tlrri Alhujheny l!1le dlfchatgert MT keg,
.10 half keg naiU fr ci'tbipDuwt nerth pr
rail, and 2t bars and bundle iron for C. It.
Tim Mollht lihert received a largs number
f puciiger. horse wagons and bouMhoid
goods brought here by the KHgore. They
were liotind forsnints along the MitoMri
river and the pacific railroads.
The little steamer Hope, built by Meatn.
Keed - Mann, of this city, has been sold to
Capt. David S. Willbvijou who will run her
in n short packet trade fromVheding. Va.
TheAVm. Yhlte, Cajit. Northern. Clerk
.limmy lleverly, U the regular Cairn and
I'adueah jacket this evening.
The Hello St. Louis, Capt. Aleck. YyigU-r. i
the ngular pscket for Memphis and way
jwints tills evening.
Thu QuioksUp, CnpU Dexter, U the regular
mail ami pn--enger packet for Kvanaville and
wny jwdnt this evening.
Tho Tyrone, Cajit. Tom. Ilarman, i- the
regulnr jmcket for Nashville to-morrow at
dipt. Diigun, of thsi LtJvrwritr ha gone
to New Orleans, and telegraph to .Mr. Ham
ilton.fliiKitiewr of the Underwriter, that Ike
bout will not Ihi required to e t j the wreck
of the lVoria City. The disiiaft h does not
iuv whether some other bll boat i going to
raise her or whether it is lontidered im)toii
hie to do so.
Tho clerk of a certain steamer wiii. h r.-cei-v
from Sou to looo t-m frei;lit at Cuiro
every trip. as ho t ill not adertie in the
Cairo paper., "as liedoos not think it would do
iiim ans g.Ksl. He is not the ttr-t luutt who
has neglected to avail himself ..r tto-advantage
of printer' jnk, mid utl'er-d therebi.
l.ltUt HAM: (Ht UK.T-.Vw
I cistern, out l"lll-lln. thro,
and Sixte. nth greets. ( IIKM'
cistern, out MlldlnK". threi- 14 -. -rm-r t.'- n-i
.Sixteenth street. I HKM'
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FOltWAItniNG AND COMMISSION"
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CAIKO TltAXSB'Ua: COMPANY
t'A WO 1LUX01S.
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nar.-I'KCIAI. ATTENTION Tn I'(iUWAltlIM.
J-KMl'HIS AND HT. LOUIS
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TL.VNTIC AND .V ISSISSI I'l'I
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tlculur attention tn Packet Kn-inhis.
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