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MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1869.
john h; OBERLY & CO.
IFFJCIAL PAPEK OF COUNTY AM) CITY
AS HONEST JUDICAL.
The editor of the Golccndn IIurald' id be-
raying evidence oi returning reason mm
auo li neighboring cotoinjiorariw ef the
...1tt.nl fuftli Mif iltti.. tltitd.ftifi.u ene 111.
tntice, ill tlio recent judicial contest huAhewe'i
Imulf mi honest rniin bv lendinc bis support
0 Judge filean, n democrat, because hu be
ijved tlmt gentleman possessed of quallflcn
ion superior to those of hi radical cotnpeti
or. Mora mcontlv ho' ha declared tlmt the
iftconth constltutionnl Amendment "hould bo
wised upon by the people; that tho present
eitislaturo Iiiivfnir been elected without refer-
if to imv such measure, vra guilty ot a
ruvoa;unitlon in uctinir uion it. Ho goes
till further, and oppose the amendment a
'1 mutter of principle, und asserts tliat it does
vici.ncu to the enunciation of tho party n
..aJe through tho Chicago platform. Wo
qotc m f "llowV from u recent number of hi
Tl.nt tl flftiitii Hiiu'iidmenl is contrary
tv t'. J -. iple of the republicun party is
intent t j cvory one who i familiar with the
lute uili. ai'ti" Kvnry man who was elected
ltt't fail ly tlio republican party wu pledged
io tin principle expressed and promulgated
in the j itform. And to show tlmt we are
'H v.,1'. t'i' Pfly i" opposing the rntiflca
t'on of t'.. nmendment, wo shall only call to
the. t.i.n it i f our republican friend the fol
Wwit.g ciuteoffaid platform :
7 .s u Dujfrmje in all the loyal
ittc't .. pftly 1rtong to the people of ttote
An 1 we are only observing the abovo do
r!nra.un In opposing this prnpo'd amend
t.n.it T:i't Htopt of the loyal state do not
unJcrstunJ how or when they lost the right
that g :3r.ttitod tu thorn in the written bond
t-T t'i prinritil of tho republican party.
Tliir it i. una there it must stund, urnl ev
er v mem' it of rongre and other olhVer who
was mv ted tixn that plittform stand pledged
to t j j ?' to tmrry out it principle.
There u mi Iiontvty, a manly independ-
enin, nr. J an adhesion to principle manifested
Ly tho llcrnld editor that must command
tlio a liuirution of all rmsiaUnt and conscUti
it.,... ..,., i.it-it.. .....i. . ... it...
tlWUI 4(4' ... IIHUHHIIJIII iVHUI t IHItllllJ III
bu:h uvuwali, however, and it mouth-piece
are at th .- w .rk of reading tho Herald' out of
(.U prt Hon -ty and raliciillsm arc In-
compat.blc, nnd the editor of tlm 'Herald'
in ut discard one or the other. If he think
princ-.ple has anything to do with our "latter
day" radicalism he is wofully mistaken ; nnd,
if he it "old fogylsh" enough to bo gorerned
by the solemn avowal of the party, made six
month ago, he is a very "slow coach," and,
of course, is louVml upon with auipicion.
A diilectablu party ! the raillcal party i
consistent a patriotic, eminently nittonal
how dare the 'Herald' nimi question It wis
dom and infnllibilitr ?
Four ncgne wero hanged in I'rincet
Anno, Maryland, lat week, for tho murder
of Henry Carou and II. F. Johnson, captain
nnd matw f an oyster sloop.
The execution f one of the negroes named
William W1U011 furnished a eight horrible
nr. J t. k iliiL; thut only tho brutalir.cd sp'C
tator could look upon it. His seek did not
break. Hu groaned and struggled, got til
rope olf hi hand and legs, caught hold of
tbk shroud of one of his companions and tore
it Into shreds. He then telztd hi own rupe
nnd by a de spernte struggle anil an exhibi
tion of s.ipurhuuian strength drow himself
upon the seatTold again. Hern hu begged for
tiod sake that they would shoot him, chop
hi head oil', dispatch him in uny manner that
wotil Favc hint from thi- low and terrible
proce of choking to death. Tin Jailor -caaded
thu tcatfuld, r-adjiuted the rupe about
the poor fellow' nuck, tied hi hand and
leg and again pushed tho wretched victim off
tho piatr irni, violently jerking thu rope 11
he did o His neck was not broken by tho
second fall, and the writhing, wrangling and
struggling f the poor wretch wa most hor
rible. From thu tim hu wa shoved from the
icnflold until deceased hi ttrugglut was forty
five minute! He wa slowly rlioked to
death ' And this i our metliod for inflicting
ctpitul punishment. The axu Is kinJncss in
Allocking a wa tho tctuo just described, a
woman present looked on in ferocUui. delight,
yelling 'that' good for you kick again, you
villain kill a white man, lin ? oh, you bloody
Thu crowd pre. eat numbered 7,000.
"SPEA KINO OUT IN MEETING."
The (Jidcondu 'Herald,' a radical nheet, that
ha stood right square up to tho rack," fodder
or no foddor," I kicking in the radical trace.
The odltor cannot wallownll tlm unpalatable
nostrum preented to hi lip by hi part,
And regard tho tlftecnth amendment a par
ticularly obnoxiou. Hear him:
The fifteenth amendment virtuallydcprives
tho ittatc of a right they have excrcUod inco
the organization of the government the right
to ny who shall and who shall not be voter
within their respective limit j but wore it
nnonieu oy a majoriiy oi mo people of tho
ujiiitm oium, iuuiv uuiiiu luen Iim iu nnm.
plaint, a it would bo tho will of thu people of
. It should be 11 motto thut. uuthorlir (4
the people, obedience with their legislator.
Hut it seems that tho people and thu state
have no rights which congros or legislatures
are bound to rcpcct.
Tho'irglnia radical convention hu nomi
nated uVncgro for tho ottlce of lloutenunt-gov-crnor.
Yet it w never tho purpose of that
party that negroes should voto or hold olllco I
Not a bit of it.
Tho Salt Jiako Saint arn Jut now ogling
iio leg drama "Thu mdro tlio log-l-fee," ro-
markoii iwiiinuii, wietiuiitlv
I like it."
I. r . il . .
critic "the bettor
DeJtA YENS (J HE A T S TEA Mil OA T J1 II 0
JECT. Wo have repeatedly referred to the project
originated and, o far, engineered, by Captain
De Haven, that look to thu introduction of a
now class of steamer on tho Mississippi river.
Tho Memphis 'Avalanche,' discussing the un
dertaking, which i now charged to thu con
trol of a stock company known n "The Mis
sissippi Navigation Company," grow very
enthusiastic. It enthusiasm partakes, in
fact, somewhat of rapture. Heur it:
Commerce demand such an achievement :
travel demand it; ovory consideration aircct
ing tho wclfaro of u continent demand it.
A o bellevo victory is at hut within our irrasp,
and we do nut allow ourselves to doubt that
thu opening of tins next business season will
witne'R a triumph not let brilliant, nna in
many respect more important to mankind
than tho irrtatctt victories of war. Thu plan
of navigation so iongundunwearicdly pressed
by Captain ) Haven, Iia commanded thu
confidence of scientific men, and received thu
unqualified indorsement of underwriters. I he
plan of that gentleman is not un experiment.
it is a certuiuiy. mere is no chance lor fail
ure. I hern i nothing In it that can inn. it
will revolutionize thu transit byline!, and
render travel on our great watery highways
a tale u. on lanu. jjiviucu into compart-
inunu, onu may be snagged, but the vessel
cannot sink. One may bo fired, but the ves
sel cannot burn, for an npurutus for extin
guishing it iilinot instantly will he provided.
One may go to sleep on the steamer soon to
lxj built, and fear no disaster. Kxplosion will
be next to impossible. Freight will be safe,
and underwriters, appreciating this fact, have
voluntcrod to indor; the enterprise.
Tlit; company propose to take lands and is
sue stock for thorn. In the present condition
of labor, every land proprietor ha a urplu
of real estate. It find no murket, and is dead
capital on his hands. Tho tax which he mutt
pnv upon 11 devour 11 is otner resource and
cripples hi progress. It is Inevitable that
great landed estates must be divided. Men
cannot ..fiord to own vast bodies of land.
Thev cannot pay the tax on it. Thu Missis
sippi Valley Navigation Company propose to
take surplus lands. The stock which will be
exchanged for them will be convenient to thu
holder in many respects. It will pay no tax,
nnd involve an trouble or extene. A land
advance in value, at thoy undoubtedly will, so
will the dock advance. If ono million acres
of land, held by the company, advanco from
one dollar to live, so will one dollar of stock
advance from one to five. And, beside, tbo
stockholder will own a line of boat and be
entitled to dividend. Wu nk real estate
owner to investigate this subject. Land
that aro now wild or unproductive will, under
the impulse this company will give them,
come directly into market. Wn are glad to
know that large quantities aru now ofiering at
the agency at this place.
It it not exactly plain to u how the value
of tho stock is to be regulated by the value of
the land, which the company must sell or
pledge for money to operate upon. It looks,
to an outsider, very much like the lands form
the capital stock of tho company to be em
ptoy.tl in the construction of the boats, and
that dividends, if any, must arise from the
freight and pauenger business. Iiut we may,
in this, be obtuse, etc., Ac.
The apjHilntrneat of the ex-rebel General
Loagstroet to the suveyorship of the port of
Now OrUans, U an insult to every original
Union man of the South, uch persons are
scarce it Is true; but there are n few, nnd
oinoof these llvu in New Orleans. These
men were faithful under danger and trials of
which northern men know nothing; but
they passed the ordeal to learn that they were
very great gooses. To learn that had they
cut, shot, burned and otherwiio dispatched n
thou. nnd "cursed yankeee" and "Lincoln
hireling," their chance for preferment would
have been greatly improved thereby. Had
they done this, swearing the while that it wa
for country and homo, in resistance oi nggru
slon and tyranny; nnd then at the close,
acknowledge as Longstreet has, that it wu
all the work of diabolical treason against "the
best government on earth," had they dono
this, thu doors of office would bo opened to
them a a reward,
There wa not n "bloodler-haaded" rebel
than hongstreet brought to notice during the
war. He ha embraced radicalism, however,
and I Kut cover up multitude of sins. More
thon thi it does. On the principle that there
I more rejoicing In heaven over n (Inner
saved, than over ninety and nine that never
went astray k is named fur a fat otllce, and
will no doubt Ve installed.
Southern Unionist who desire office will
probably taku their cue from this, and avow
themelve original rebel, very bloody and
relentless, newly converted to radicalism.
Upou ruse of thi kind depend, apparently,
n recognition of their claim to position.
A PJilSON'EMPTriNO DECISION.
Judge Maltobert, of tho circuit court in
Morri. Illinois, Tueday, gavo n decision
that liberates thirty convicts in tho peniten
tiary. It wa in a case of habeas corpus, in
which tho wardons were commanded to pro
duce .lame Fox in court. Fox was convict
ed in January, 18G3, of evoral charge and
committed for different tonus each, to com
mence on tho expiration of thu proceeding
one. Tlio court decided that a entenco com
mences to run from thu timo It i pronounced,
and that judgment must bu in thu present
and not In tho future, and in operation tho
moment tho court adjourns. As thirty other
prisoner woro thu confined, tho warden
nkud fur h dechiun, and tho court decided
thoy must bo discharged.
l'adueah has obtained 11 charter from tho
Illinois legislature for a company that enter
tains tho Utopian idea of bridging the Ohio
river at that point. Tho company that pro
pose? baloin communication with Murcury
was uot qnito so successful.
THE PAUPERS OF ALEXANDER
A Communication Kriim the Ovtrnrer of
Editor 'Evening Bulletin Gentlemen :
With a persistent zeal, which, weroittucd in
a worthy cause, would seem commendable,
"Tnx-payor," "Vox Fopuli'' nnd "3. J!.," f who
aro nil one and tho s.imo thiwj) seem, at
thi timo, to bo mnking mortal cfibrt to ac
complish through tho column of tho 'I.til
lotin," I know not whnt. If, however, any
information I can impart, shall bo of any ser
vice to him in bin present statu of seeming be
wilderment, ho it perfectly welcome to its full
use and benefit.
In 18C7 tho invnlid county, pauper whoso
keeping wn let out by contract to II. Shan
nessy, K-q., were so nhamcfully neglected that
several respectable tax-paying citizens de
manded an investigation of the manner in
which thuy wcro being cured for by the con
tractor; which investigation revealed the
fact that the contractor, amongst other short
comings, had u littlo orphan girl named I'ol
lie, intrusted to the cure of a colored woman,
who ufiercd tho child to starvo for want of
proper nourishment tho contractor, li. S.,
being cognizant of the fact. Tlio child was
tit once removed to thu fostoringcare of Mrs.
.Snmll, Dr. Arter paying that lady on the
spot a week board for the child.
I paid Mr. Small weekly, in advance, the
board of little l'ollie, who, being too fur gone,
was, after lingering two month', relieved by
death from her uflcrings. For tlio money thus
advanced for little Collie' board during tho
last three weeks of her sieknc, the contract
or stubbornly refused to pay a dollar, and,
notwithstanding he recVtve'd from tho county,
as per hi contract, the sum of s oven thousund,
five hundred dollar for properly providing
for and taking euro of tho poor, hu afterwards
had the unblushing elfrontery to petition tho
county court for nn additional allowance of
twenty-five hundred dollar, alleging he wa
out that amount. The county court "couldn't
see it' and hone tho present "tempest in a
teapot." At the expiration- of the contract,
Dec. 31, 18G7, the county court, with 11 view
to having the class of pauper above referred
to properly cared for, conferred with the Sis
ter ef the Holy Cross, who had just estab
lished n house in Cain). Tito Sitters at once
signified their willingness to do anything to
relievo tho suffering of tho unfortunate, but
tuggeited that the house they then occupied
wn not at all suitable for an infirmary. The
county court nt once routed tho Pilot Home,
on Washington avenue, for twelve months,
at 90 per month. The Sister tboruupon
took possession. For two month from Jan
lt to March ensuing, the oversnr of tlio poor
was unable to effect a contract with the Sit
ter, who said that, inaimuch a they would
have some marine patients, (which wn under
stood from the start; and the county had fur
nished the building, thoy should bu satisfied
with whatever the county court might seo
proper to allow them. Tho court In deliber
ating ns to what should be n proper allow
ance, consulted in joint committee with Dr.
Arter, A. I). SafTord, and, I think, W. I.
Halllday gentlemen who had nlroady made
frequent visit to thu infirmary and knew ox
uctly the manner in which tho inmate wero
treated. Awaro of the fact that tho county
had furniihtd the building, ono of tho gentle
men gave it nt hi opinion that n dollar n day
would not he. ton much, upon which the other
two promptly said, "a dollar a day is not
enough." Thu enlightened, and having
reached the courthouse, a proposition Was
suggested that each member of the court write
on a klip of paper what In hi judgmont was
a just and fair allowance, with the following
result; Hodge, II 00; McCrite, 41 00;
Howluy, 75 cents, which evoral amount be
ing added together and divided by threogave
92 cents, which amount tho Sisters, up to thu
pretnnt, continue to receive, and which In the
opinion of a majority of the gentlemen above
referrod to, is too low, and thuy, too, if I am
not mistaken, are tnx-payor. It teem to me
that "Tax-payer," Vox Fopuli," etc., should
blush, if the faculty of doing so i left him,
at the reference to the manner in which pau
per were treated and until In thut pen of
filth and corruption on Division street, in
1807, He think that class of pauper can
bo cared for at one half the present expense.
No doubt such care a he would bestow on
them. Hut no onu whose mind is unpreju
diced, will for a moment say it is enough, in
view of thu caro and kindattentlon nt proent
bestowed on them. And this being the fact
I havo thought of suggesting to thn county
court, at its next session, that the present al
lowance bo increased to a dollar. Thu gen
tleman appear to be ignorant of tlio fact that
tbo infirmary furnishes food and hulter to
many an unfortunate poron, without monuy
and without price, who should, otherwise, bo
upportcd by tho county, and that hardly a
day passes tlmt thu Imllo in chnrgu do not
dispense food and mcdicluu to the hungry uud
ufilictod. Vet hu think thuy nro too liberal
ly paid. What a rockles squandering of thi
pour tux-puycrs money!
A I promised thu gentleman at the output
all the information I could in relation to thu
subject under consideration, I will furthur
say, for hlsspeclul Information, thut there uro
now, 11111I hu vo been for weeka puit, in thu in
firmary, siok poor person who lmvo been
clothed and fed, nnd In all respect kindly
and humanely treated by thu good SUtor,
and for which thoy uxpect uo reward in thi
world. Iiut "Tiix-puyrr," who views evury
act from a murcuiuiry stand-point, i incapable-
of appreciating tho unselfish motive. of
any one, the object of whoso action i higher
and purer than his own. I profoundly bow
nnd npologi.o to the good Sistor for being
compelled in any way to refer to themselves
or their innumorablo works of kindness and
charity, knowing as I do, I trend on holy
ground. I hopo thoy will pardon me for my
intrution on their sacred privacy. I feel,
"Mcssr. Editors, to you, too, I owo an apolo
gy, for tho excessivo length of thi communi
cation. Very respectfully,
John- Howlkv, Ovorseor of tho Poor.
A privnto letter from tho Hon. John M.
Crcbs, member of congrcis from thi district,
boars the. assurance of his readiness to serve
tho pcoplo of Cuiro with all tho Industry and
ability nt hi command. Should uny special
legislation for tho city be demanded ho will
tnko plenum in urging it forward.
Thu peoplo of tho 13th district will have,
in the person of Mr. Crobs, ono of tho most
useful representatives that over represented
them. Ho 1 suro to becomo popular, and
wo know him nt an untiring worker.
In Henderson county, Tenn., on thu 27 ult.,
Alf. ltrndford wns killed and hi. brother,
Jack, badly wounded by two disguised men.
Jack Urad'ford was shot whilu in thu arm of
hi wife, who attempted to carry him Into tho
houso after hu had been wounded. Circum
stances point to two nephew of tho Urndfonl
n the perpetrator of thu foul deed.
County Court for probate biulucss, Judge
A. C. Hodges, residing, met thli nfturnoon.
Notice Is herfbyslvi-n In all jK-rsomi Interested, ami
more particularly tlini-"roii named iWurriArhtro; t
of land unit town or city lot hereinafter crl.i-.. In
wlion" names the nmewr asfd, Ued ami oId,
that I did, on tho acth dar of June, A. 1). 1M7, at a
tubtie aln of land Mid tnwn and city Iota, held at the
rotirt hou-e, m the city of tlro, Alexander eminty.
Illinois, for th taxn asennod. Irsied and unpaid
th w on, Ur stato and eonnly nurpos, for the year A.
ll. IS'., an J cot, purchase the followWK described
land and town or city lots, to-wit 1
To W. O. Kinney' helr-Wet half sonthweH quar
ter, suction , lownohlplO south, wnge 1 we.t, for
To'ri? j.l'ttleneld-Lot 1, block SJ.oily of Cairo, for
ToH.tj'. llliIo Utr.blockS;, ftria addition to city
To?Tii$o5-ot 3. block 77, firit addition to city
rCalro. for $15 30. , , ,,, ,
To J. W. Peterson Lot 1, btotlc SI, first addition to
city of Cairo, for $130. .,.,..
To I). Currie I)t 11, Mock , flr.l addition to city of
To ll.'curT'eLot l, block Si, first addition to oily of
TnCTayior "ron-l.M3, block ), Bret addition to
ToTaTUrA Vareonii Lot 4, Mock M, first addition to
min.iM ommtv nf Alexander and rUtn of Illinois.
cut 01 lairo. iur iv.
nnd that Itie time allowed by law far the redemption of
ld lands and elty ion rrom aui eaie, win expire
and wilh the seth day of Juna, A. D. 1 1 .
Co W ZSTOn
film. March IS. 16.3-.Ut
(HiKoesior to John Q. Harmon A Co.,)
KK.1L kstatk agent
j. XT c t x a 3NT aa ei :n. .
Iluys and sell Ileal Ktat, pay Tue,fiirnlliy
Aitrwtof Title, and prep.ru Convey iinrea of all
kinds. Office, Nu.T4 Xd floor) Ohio Lesee. tnsrIStf
1THAYK1) OK STOLEN,
Krom 1'irker A Hudites" llierr Uble, a n.all filly,
(on the tnustanic order) heavy with foal, dark brnwn,
about nix ) ear old, and of tail eaten 'U by a calf. A
riiltabln rewr rd will bu paid fr her mtuin, r Informa
tion that will lra-1 in bur recovery.
Api4r at Parker A Hodx' lisery UUe.
OK EVKKYTHING IN
i fTTTi book Xjiioru
deoil'tl'tf No. 10 Caaaaacui AvskCK.
DRY GOODS, ETC
Wholesale and Itetail I'eali r in
Fancy and HtnpU
xn."jr ao ods
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
ticiita' KurtllahlBK Oomla,
LADIES' DJtESS GOODS, SUA WLS,
lllltlllU'tet, C'ttMHllllOrOH lllltl JOilllK
Heavy llniMii Domestic
ADO iil'lll'a Hal nt
73'. mi ll
A Splendid Line 0
limi (J00DS AND EMimOIDKIUKS
Hum vlll do will to call ami, ex:iniiiy my U
before pliridfiulns eliewhcru. 1
No. OO Ohio I.i.vn ,
t ' CAIIIO, IU:
JTKW CLOTHING I
HAHGAINS F0H THE PEOPLE!
HlTXKIt A .MIL fiHK
Hiivlnttrln-ed out tliWr old Mook of Ctothlnir. have
brought on n
Jiiti-ftc nnd Splendid Nlock,
Whloh embrace oery kind of
Kaalilonnlilr Oelit Irmru'a AVenr,
And Mich ax I milted to iiIU'Iihms.
Tlu-y would uk eaa-clal attention to their supply of
lints .2xcl Gtxjom,
In which they nrofi-eK to lead the market. Also to
Whlih inilinui' nil styles of Cloths CussililfM
Tweed", Ae., fMlil wliicli thcjMiiaiUlfiieture
CI.OTIII.Vti TO OilDKIt, f
In llio t-st inninier, and strictly fahkliflble.
fiviitlynifn'.t FurnMiins (inoils
ta lervruinnlete. iunliidlliK ninny nnveltiva DCAtt b
foru broiisht to this market.
Triinka, of i very fctyle, Vnllac, Carpet
As-ured f their ability toell cooda from their new
eritiiilitttlnuMiiiblie to extend them the patfoiiac.! they
.t...M.. i..i.i ..v.p itfur... tiiev reiv iiDODaim
Wlnleib) and llct.ill Dealer in
GENT'S AND IIOVS CLOTHING
If. ITS. CAPS, V?.,l-c.
Corner of Sixth airret ami )llo Iieveo.
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC
"Ypi. H. rfCHUTTKK,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
W1XKN, I.IUIOHH, TOBACCO
JSo.it Ilrund or Cream oud Slock Ale
liupvrtrtl Alra ofUlfTereiil Klnda.
No. 75 Ohio Lkvkk, - Cairo, Illinois
J.J M. 11 U I.K.N,
' Ilraler III
STAPLE AND FANCY GltOCEUIES,
Provision), f 'rod nee. Coal Oil, !'
134 (itmmerrinl Avenue, Cairo, III.
J-YAST. PA UK Kit,
(Mucreaaor to l'arker . IMillllps,)
GEN EK AL COMMISSION MEKCIIANT
And dealer ill
Hay, Corn, Oats and Ilrau,
.Vo. "2 Ohio Letee,
Oaixo - - - Xllixxolsv.
gTKATTON, HUDSON & CLAKK,
(rtnereaaura bi Cuiiiiliigham x Mrnnou,)
Grocers nnd CouiujIshIoh Mercbuut.
NO. S7 Ohio LTr, Cairo, III.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHN W. TKOVKK & CO.,
Iteul Extutc, Hond and Stuck Ilrokcn.
Will attend fo th payment orHtate. County and flit.
Taiea, and all lMiinei pcrii.liiiiiii t a tih.Nhll.U
KluiiTH Stukkt, tecond door iota Com. Ave.,
drc'.'1'CS.ilf Cairo, 111.
This opiilnr i-I.kmi Iiut la'coiuu tho reoit of all lar
er uf (food Ili'.Klt, a uone but the Ix-t
JS.ixxt Xao-ULlcst TMCnls-o
1 kept by JOHN SCIIKKL.
Kinhl -trent, ltven Com. and Wali. :enu,
JOHN II Y LAND'S HALOO.V
I, mppliwi with all kind nf .,
Ili'i'r, .ils Ao.,
coM.Mi:mni. ai:mi:. iikwkkx mntjiJ.m
TKX'l'll hTllTKTS. '
'rii' ilnrfiy. w'im 1" )u'ej liqu.r. should Ktvo hint
' a Ml. "d thine who wish to iitl 4 fragrant ciKreau
have their n nut supplied at hix Uir. . dv4.