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rtTBLIflllXD BY JOMH II. OBMLT ,CO.
M. B. BARBELL, ASBOCIA.T1 1D1T6K.
Arrival aa" Daaartar af Mail.
(Cairo rW (MhllUrMM
astir, . nanar.
(Timii of cloitnir.t
Mrth (thraugh.,.. .. S:8Pa.m.M. 3jmp,m.r
South (throua;h and way). 4:00 a.m....ll:00 p.m.
South jMewpba N, fxfo CN a.ns.UMd.a'.fai.
Ohli-KfW rWl.:..:." 6:to p.m........ 6:00 p.m.
' TuMlifcrTiSStPu..m 7:00 p.m.
Thb(, Oooa Idas' VJ
tMlnlfevku"". vii'SaOp.mFrf. 7:Wa.m. Sat.
OT P tTR rou'e nparvi ot"7 r rxtrpt M6ttday.
J M.MKAIIAM. P.M.
r, A l l b I II
"lUrrettV received the flwt ptetrilunii
Use EndfttjOflh vdurc.-"It never
Mr. John CaaJU'Si little boy, a bright
and promUing calld, ftre years old, died
tlita morning. IMs la -thrtetfilfd
loit by Mr. Cati'lll'durlng paateek.
tfrtloeJa hereby'glveri,Jth"al the pub
llo laws of 1809 are now In my offlco'for
distribution. J. G. LYjfcii
AUgl3 iwk ' County Clerk.
Six Hunched Dozkn more of thn cel.
brated "Mason" Fruit Jars, perfect ant)
simple sclfsealers, tfte (pit .in, Amtrica
jwsV Mfft gYfyfrr 'Ufo l 'reduced
prices, at'the Queensware House.
Parsons, Davis A Co.,
Jy22tf Not. 6 and 7 Tenth St
IakJSvaBsvllle, pa Moaday last, a young
man named Joseph Bahrle, was attacked
by a ferocious dog and so terribly bitten
and torn that there is no poalblllty of his
recovery.. The owner of tha.dacr au
welfadyised of the anlaaL's ferocity, bat.
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pwTHMiiwa niHi 10 run auargo. iruanrie
dies. the don's owuerabouldbe indicted
The number of prisoners in the cala
booso has been reduced to Ave. As soon
as these serve their time out, they will
return to Memphis and Paducah and stay
were. . Tuey thinK it. qulto remarkable
IhVt every time they visit Cairo and in-
auigo in ineiraccusiomeupastlmo ofget
Hag tight and knocking people down for
tho fun of the thing, they invariably
briar up in the calaboose: ?They regard
the people of Cairo as "over fastidious,"
"The Best In Use." finder's Stomach
"Barrett's'' elegant hair restorative,
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in Omatf rawr raraaao.
One day lastVek, on Information re
ceived from gentleman directly from
Grand Tower, wo stated that the iron
smelting rnace.therehad icold with
twenty 'or 'twenty-five tuas of melted
iron lying at its bottom. To this we
added thnt It could be taken out only by
the use of a hammer aad chisel. We
gave the report aa we reoelved It, having
no reason whatever for disbelieving a
word oMU - -r-
In duo time the Caffcoudalo 'Now Era'
who uuk divu m uDumii iiiu iaiuuf
it declared, had not a pound of melle'd'
.... .-ttu .lnMt.l rr.
iron in It, but was as cleau as a palace.
The person in charge, according to the
'New Era' waneqUrely too well posted
in. his business to allow of the possibility
or each a . mishap, This denial was fol
lowed by one from the St. Louis 'Demo
crat' equally positive and sweeping.
There was Hot a pound of Iron in the fur
nace. The coal used, made more gas than
had, been provided for In the construe
Uon of the furnace, and the company had
put out their blas t to correct that defeot.
Assured of the truth of this tho 'Demo
crat' admonlahsd the 'Bulletin' to bo cer
tain of the correctness of reports calcula
ted to injure the Iran interests of that
section of country, before it gave public
Now, In view of tkejfact that, except
auovorestlmato of tho quantity of Iron,
cooled, our original statomont was cor
rect, these denials aro the calmest speci
mens of bra ren as,urnnco, deyolopod du
ring tho year. Tlio furnace" did cool off
with a large quantity of molten iron In
it, notwithstanding tho sweeping denials
of the 'Democrat' and 'Now Era,' and
we nave in our city Intelligent and truth
ful geTrtlemen who hnvp Boon laborers,
oi in crow-oant aim ciimem, cmpping tno
tho iron from the furnace, making n
headway that indicated that they had ft
job orniany weeks' duration, to remove
tho entire muss.
The' attempt of tho 'Democrat' and
'New Era' to conceal a fact that must
fall uuder tho observation of scores of
persons every day, seems very foolish to
us. Tho attempt (o give our statement
the hue of falsehood, fhlIo evidence of
its general correctness still remains, is
also foolish, and shall not suocoed,
Wo feel the liveliest 'friendship for iiol
nterprlr.es of tho Mt, Carbon company,'
and had vq supposed that public moii'
Uono'f thb mishap in questjnii qou
have damaged them to the (imouut of a
ilnglo1 dollar1, (j, Ufprodoo whatover
would have, bcen.mado thereto in ho
'Bulletin,' T'lia't tho statement is, sub
stantially, ro-lttorated, may bo charged
'o tho .attempts pfi tho - 'Domoorat'- and
'New Erald ,'6ra1ulf0Vn';tob1r)a'tiiroat"
as a faleohood, that whloh we liavo boon
assured and re-nssured Is, in the main, a
truth. n"31 r
CJquis and Xako Fisli.'at Louis. Herb.
i r's, 15 Ohlo Tioyee,' , 7' w .". " ' auglOwl
CslaM1aMI.A Touching- ia.
xne Doay of Mr. Copeland. the , mall
agent on the Ul-fsted Comberlaricl,1- has
been recovered. It was 'found at a point
Ub jaUMsbtiw 'Metropolis, having
float! a4Wtae of amit nety 'mHos.
It was reaogalxable only by the elothln
mau m p?CUUniy ADOUl laB Mill, TM
t.4 t a . a . . i.
ugutarm naa pmicmawu orr at the
Shoulder, and thntiaail nnrl fnnnK,tl.,
scalettl rid-to?? Tl.V belief1 is
taiavauiat meHnronunato man was
killed Instantly by tho exploilon.
inere is a touening incident in this
connection that, we may venturo to re
.lite.. MrevOepebradrthe ybUng, Intel
ltgent and Voted "rwlfe, was at Gala!
donia. Her husband; had. prpmised. to
stop off and spend day or two witbJher
on the,amvtrtiewat:nd she. de
lighted at hietironilse comtng 'atrriged
Sal W Y fc. w nw) hlax
beet, ana nrebared for thn tM,t&btaihn.n
kecessl Me delicacies for whfch' hd shown
JCjWiln. In Jdyotis expectation ah e
awaked iho arrival nf thdliLtH,
, .''.liJl ' i '.i a ww",' m
iwjnMfflia stllL -watched;-, it would
surely eomerAnir WtnTo 'iKe night
the board, with its snowy clothaud
tempting viands awaited the husband's
coming, the devoted wlfo alarmed but
.W1- .yKMHn?1. Mkile.
wsJfa'tdftf and"bTeodlng corse, slowly
nearlng the the wife and the waltins
board, borne along by the.slaggish waters
or la Belle revicrc. From the grief of the
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uuvuieu wue, wuen ine saa news was
communicated to her, that she awaited
in vain the coming of her husband. ,we
ujujr turn away, n was inaescnbablo
Mtr$. hdltOTi! ThA .frpnuenL rnlli
gMHf taeimtff lield iMobV the colored
muen ood, -Theyjliould, therefore, be
enccfaged." 'But there Is la feature of
them of which, In behalf of the laboring
colored people, I feeh constrained to
speak. The night meetings aro often
protracted until ll audi sometimes 12
o'clock. Noijr It so happens that nearly
tf1? raetabcr-of these congregations has
toam his or-fcer llvingMby days' work.
Notwdy feels inclined to Cot un and
tW house' during servlceyet If they re-
uwsin iney roo incmseivee or hours they
b5u(4 de.vototo sleep. Ifjght after night
colored laboring men and women.fcwho
attenc tljese meelngs, are left only four
or ijvp( nours .urjng wnicb to refresh
themMlyes by sleep. The result is they
are sleepy, anlietlesa diirlng thefsuo-
i;ueuiuKuy, aaaquiie Bnnt for tlik du
1105 ey, are.:caUed upon to perform.
rurinermore, famtlies who give emnlov
menttocolorcdsglrls, fUsIIko to have
woaldjlmlt their sorvlcoslso as to Ills.
miss their coagregatlonW by half past
nine, as other ministers do.
be no broken'-rest. audi tho llrin
members eonldeoter oposv the duties of
the next day refreshed, and notexhaust-
Tk calr ViaSat. R. K.
We have iatelllgence"from New 'ork"
in connection with' theMutare of thn
Cairo Vincennes railroad, hat will
prove most gratifying to all friends of
that enterprise.. Jt.teto the eeot thW
an immcnia abundance of means have
been placed subject tothe control Ypf
OeheraliBornefde to conjplete 'Ahd'equlu
the rosd In''trishorV"p9ssIblo Ume;
that the work will go on with' increased
vigor, the cash being ready for every
monthly cstlmatoas It shall fall due.
This, wo hope, wlU quiet , all annrehen-
ions as to thesuceese of the umlertaklag.
The road-wlll-bo bullt-quidWyaTmen
anu money.car.bWId It, "I a
Major MeClUre, who has recentlv
mado tho tour of all the uelrhborinir
counties o Keutuekysays that the pros
pect for a good tobacco crop is most
promising In Ballard county. Tho corn,
crop has been greatly injured bv'ithe
drouth, everywhere, and In some oarts of
vauoway county win scarcely averagea
ousnei 10 rjie acre. It is in fact parched
to a crisp and entirely beyond the bona
Throughout Southern Illinois th iwi-
torn lands will produce very nearly an
average crop. In tho hlls, however, tho
prospect Is moat discouraging. In Ham
llton, Saline, Pope, Williamson
of Johnson, Jackson aud 'Union, thn
crop will bo very shortscarcely worth
gathering except, as stated, in the bot
tom lands, where thero was the greatest
retontlon of moisture. The rain of lasf
night may doBomo good, but cutuo too
,lato to effect a goueral rescue.
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AaKiimMt for 1SB.
xotico is Hereby given to all parties
concerned that. ih'iiUai.k'iii..
...w mraoawcuv uu ior
State and county taxes ifbr tbe'year I860
10 wow ueposueu in the County Clerk's
offlce, where the.aame may, be examined,
and all persons having complaints to
makomaylay them before the County
Court to bo holdon 'at the Court Hbuso
on Hie first Monayju 1 JBep.tqWber next.
VY. A. Rkdman, , ,
Aug. 7, I860, dtd. (Times copy.)
me wemocratlo Couu.y Central Com-
UO 1. I
ineireepoistnrlod and rest broken
me eairance or meir servants at 1 1
12o'cIeck.tnght If colored mln(t
...vv, ...u ituueaieu io meet at tho oil
of f. e. Albright, baeoimyhin:
IllUt flf O nln
THE '!E HtJJmESSXES T.
Maw aa4 wheal
II It rM ciir
It may safely Te aisdmed that the set
tleentefTeetea w.Jth Mesrft )Far, How
ard Co. Is satiifkciorSLto every reason
able tax-payee 0 the eltjr Ht Itfinist
not be thought tho arrangement effected
" 11 nnaiity. nie ucdi remains unpaiq,
and both principal and Interest most
be provided for. -This being true those
cltlsens whor paid ti)e levies Imposed
upori'inem 'during the progress of the
workout of which the dobt grew into,
eekig, are, naturally enoach, anxious
that trie reiaseeesnioWt' c'onletaplated by
our recent charter atnoudmeptrphuuld.
bo made with all due dispatch, thatljajs
tlceJnay be done all concerned, ihe.
matter. j ,
As the, work of street filling progressed
some of our citUcns paid tho assessment
against then In full, some paid In part,
and. a large Climber paid nothing.; The
reasons assigned for the dollnqae'riay
were, on the part of some, Inability, bin
the part pi p'tuers that the burden was
not in proportion to the benefits was
unequal akd-lu nj list.. . wl
It is honed and believed that tho
amendment to to tho charter 'provides
cure for all tho evils complained of,'and
uiaiau assessment lifiuortt wui no as
nearly 'justarid equitable' as1 It Is possible
hdcaao; Ingenuity toaiakeit,..It will
be the duty of tho commissioners, pro
viaea ior in we amenument, to deter
mine under oath the amount of benefit
or .damage sustained by the real proper
ty of the cltyi oh" i account 0f the"W6kk.
In the eelectlon'of theso bo'tam'lsJl Jders
the property holder have a voice. The
The assessment will embrace all nrooer
ty affected by the Improvement, whether
iam ue mereiy me properly aDUiimg
tno improvement, or mo, enure property
of the city. The benefit , that haver ac
crued to each Jo. wlll.be aseeseed sWhat
it, whether Jarge or small; and the
amount that may have been paid by
tho owner under former assessments will:
go to his credit. If the credit Is lens than
the amount assessed, the awser of the
lot will be called upon for" the deficiency.
If the credltWc'ced tho amount assessed,
why tberV'fUc; surplus 'will bo refunded
Lift AVnrv roil Kb t ? 11 nivn.
er of the eitynbeneitted or Injured by
the Imprpveaenti twill bo placed on an
While there la a purpose on tho part of
the authorities to proceed Jwlfh ho as
sessment at nneaiJy.day, we do not sup
pose it is desired or Intended to enforce
the collection of the amount levied in a
manner that will" prove r -oppressive.
There being ao call roc preclpjtousaptlon
in tho prcmfscsU 'has 'been suggested,
and we think tho suggestion a good one,
that the assestment be perfected as soon
as It can be accurately done, and' thai
then thej.eralamounUlttViedJe made.
threefonr or 'five yean, and In tho scrip
or tne city, such an arrangement,, it
seems to us, could xcltjtbo ostilltof
nocitisen disposed Uibe falr and'reason
able. Made payable thus, in small in
tallmeutsat long intervals, in city serin.
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ine wnoie levy wouiu pe collected Wltn-
out seriously oppressing any one. ,Thls,
plau, weVriow, meeli tho approbation
of many citizens with whom wo have
conversed on the subject, and cannot be
bjected to as either unfair or oppressive.
We bring tho matter to tho attention
of our citizens that they may give it doe1
tJ At A ' -" t J
codsiueraiion, intcnuing in future issues
of the 'Bulletin' to treat it more elabo
rately, Ender'e Stomach Bitters! "The best
Mr. J. W. lirner Is receivinsr
a supply, of splendid hard fire wood
which he will deliver in any quantity
desired In any part of the city. Now is
tho time 'to hand hfm your orders for
wintetwood. no can and will deliver'
It muoh cheaper than It can bo bought
two orthroo mouths, henco when tho
roads beconio rough ami muddy, and as
to tho quality of tho wood, it cannot be
surpassed. He solicits orders for auy
quantity from a half cord up to fllve
hundred eoriis, promising to sell at prices
that will defy successful competition
"Barrett's" is tlie household word.
Entler'a Chill Curo Never Falls
Wo have in tho Btidden doath of Mr.
John.jpamilton aud of Mr. Copolaud: tho
malfagent on tho steamer CumWrlpnd,
an illustration of tho wisdom and pru
dence of life insurance. JBoth.left a wjfe
,au(l chlldj but left them secured against
future want and poverty. They had
taken out and kept up policies for f 5,000
on their lives, to bo paid fa their wives.
Thus by thq expenditure of. a corapara.J
tively small3 sum kof vaopqy,jiQt WOre
than is Usually expended for tobacco,
these men left their widows ,aqd chil
dren n competence have Insured them,
against penury .and want for all time to
come. It was, comparatively, a small
outlay that kept ihese policies In force.
Compare with that outlay tho rosult. .
fleet upon tho uncertainty or lifn oi
the wisdom of Hfo Insurarico Incomes
undenluble. At thn ovnlrnf Inn r,t ..t.....
, . X ..w. u, jijuoiv
Malta h . . .a t i . r
r"ji " nuuiicr it usheu, am, itamllttiii
and Mrs. Copeland Will eacTic6iSe Into
ppsisesslon of aOOO vashj a Vuni which.
if-JudlolouBly Invested, will , bring them
aa annual return, that will conifnriahit
raaaral tlhn MaralHari
At 3 o'olock to-day the members of the
Arab and Hough and Beady Fire Com
panies, with a large number of citizens,
assembled in ths Church of the Redeem
er, where the Rev. J. W. Coe pronounced
fi funeral sermon over the body of John
Ai0.ejk train, eonsisthig of two
PaeMTjches.and bok ,car Wft the
foot bt, Sixth stxWt, crpwded '.to excese
with cltlsens and firemen, fdihe Mound
CUjr burylig ground,' where ' the remains
were Interred. The'hhjh esteem in
which the deceased was held was maul
1W,ihrtii&j&i;t Wfio attend
S SftSWl bd iaroJpated
ltf the last sad r J tee of barhri. MhH.
was a member of the Afah Wr Hk.
i moves and burglars seem to enter,
tain the notion that brail men In 7twn
they cansUaJ frosa Cajat.Dyas T. Park-
night, the burglarious, rascal making off
wJth$30orW0 A young man was ar
rested on suspicion last night and put in
1b2?t .ThSJCSOl tPf bis trlal.to
day wo could not learn.
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If you want a sood atove. or tlntur.
hollow-ware, copper "oir1 sheet-iron. Ware,
uu rooigyierj pr apyiMagin that line,
cuii on a. rraser, commercial avenue
itoiven.lhraud. wmlttk ,BiMttt
where he has moved to, asa fitted tiff the
large aBnaoH oemalete shop in
PartlourarTalieaHlo'n' riven to ntani.
auy oucet iron .won, suon as CBlBaaeys,
breecher escaping steam-plpeaj .etc. -T
apr24d6m JvT:"'i- n
i. r-iJtl.i J
r tnt.Husmi Jbb WaataS
The undersigned wishes to employ .&X
men to work Pft. the Ashley and Mt.
Vernon railroad, which he will pay2 W
i;r uajr. xAymenis maue onco amonth
In cash. Board per week, tf 00. Good
acceatnodaUoBe for boarriltfrd'n tho llrm
or the work; also good springs of water
ana tne most healthy part of the country.
Applications can.be made at the -engineer's
offlce, at Ashly, 9r at P. Clancy's,
Cairo, '111. TrroBvRNES.Gen. Con.
. it rr v . x.a
'Barrett's" ia Wdlspcnsablc.
Dr..Austlnjsurgeo'n dentist, "after an
absence ofLafewfweelwrisagals j in tho
city, pursuing his profession. Parties
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class and scientific dentist should
upon Dr. Austin, at his office over Messrs
Haythora Elliott's, Commercial aven
uo, between Eighth and Ninth.
Bead.Barrett's circular 'iU
F Beit.T-Bbtj-.aeTeeof ie- flheet
Walnut Timber Land In L the' country,
situated In Mississippi coBntr. Mo..
four (4) miles northeast of Charles
ton and within eight (8) miles of Cairo.
Illinois.! Said' lead 'adjoining Jofip
Swank's farm. Alspian acres of ScHooI
Landsltuated threo miles from, Cairo..
"""u'i vu luuvwiua ou Miuis raijroau
for terms and particulars enquire o
B. T. "Wliilaker's Drug Store. No. 108
Commercial' avenue, Cairo Illinois, dtf
Air ( M-Htttn
Twm Vlack, r. M,
inJwon, Coturatioi. Wm. Whli. Paducah.
i"? W,,A?n'. tonUTllI; Uonlda. ti O;
A.J. TUker, NO.
rrl, SI. Ltiuft.
mi. At a
xuoweainer nas nnaonrone a most
delightful change and wo .announce ths,
lamnaratitM .1.1. &'. -i -
- r.-.-.u un tun-noon ai m ueg.
Astorm of rain, accomnnlued bv vivin
lightning and startling thunder yester.
uay evening, urn ino brainless and laid
out "the heated term," cool as a cucum-
Tho Mississippi Is rislncslowlvat Ki.
Lou!9 ailiL.boy.?.nyJi.aUouls easy vfor
raoaerate sired boats to Rock Island.
The Missouri is falling as" far unheard
The Ohio is falling overywhere
aooui ju incnes at Httsburg, three
inreainciies of water and nuul in
Here ihe river'rema'lns aWt miLtL.
,ary, as tho rise in tho Mississippi la about
unset uy iqo qeciiue in tho Ohlo
Tho Bismarck discharged 81 bales moss
here, for reshlpment North per I. C R r.
, Tho Wm, White Is the reirular A.nfc-t'
for Paducah this evening.
The Mollie Able will probnbly arrive
in time to depart forN? O.'to-niirht.
All tho stranded, Monitors are afloatt
anu on meir way to jfew Orleans.
The Belle St Louis received about "0
tuns aswrdXWIghtlhere,:for: Memphis
and way points.
xuu uuiia receiveu aj tons for
Business has become quite dull.
me wuiCKstop' raiieti to arrive
and afew lots sundrJesWCafrtf Wia
nif",vi ow.uuus, anu woxs Peaches
PnoUd st lb oflic ol iti Ca'roBuiiati
f!n. Andron, Clurobna;WmtWh(c. Tadueah.
Hi. marc. Ht Ixiulf, -' nlle 8t LoiiV. MernDlil.-
Julia, hkLouIsi DWiT.Qup, llTokmsnj ' 4
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
FORWARDING AlfD COXMIgglOl
O IX V. rjp
LEVElt. " '
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MAXUEI, 'COVER, PROP'R.
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mropEK da Y Aqn monr:
QRDINAACJEJ NO. 82,
An onllntn'i? fpr. f nelolng and jmprorlilr' Stfit'i
Psrkjin Un ell- of Clri, nnrt to prorfdc Ways
Wd mn to pay for lh tamp.
B rdlllnf'' l,y tho City Council or Iho City e
mJi i.i "!rPropriftllon or Uirw tliousnnil dollars
Md inhftthjr made for Iho purpoo of mvloalmrs
linprorlnn tf.e Kround In lit nSi ih-wV part "?
?&tl!R''t'iilaa?J tliousand dollar bo
tl..of aa Ht M.rr-s'V.rir'nh.'nr 'oprUt ont-VbS
1 :V Jr i-j-r trui, per uaum, ma to tw Inaad
the denomination of one hundred dollar tnhltmi
nomlnallon or any dollnrj each, and payablo IhrT.
KtfS&'V'l "fn denomlna
n wtlaUe, and aftr maturity .hall bo ielfabtob?
tho elty In rmyrnnt fortXi. llrna,lmproTemiiBta.
MeiwmmlK, and for any lndWdnets duo lott
citjr or Cairo.
Appr.rcd.Vuif. ll. 1MO.
JQ IT. OIlF.ni.Y, Mayor.
THE iETNA INSURANCE CO
By their fruits yc kur them.
J Louct Jpld fn Fifty Year;
)WMll.n mmWB.MW.H.H,.,., A
Moit Successful PJro rnNrane Ci
malt it. vMCTiPPi r..ri-!ir! ,"".mobi
evont for nut r ti..--. :
5sf.y,sjf?r7,r,ser f "f"'. j''i"i"t old iw.0B.7w1
you tow that ahnllynu reap,''' ' ,
IT'S PUTl'RJE : '
Uwfulnfjaanddiliy mutlx ahap and mKnrd
cnly by tho wraith iind firolh of our country. r
Lasses Tald at Cairo by the .T.taaj
w:i.-,.7..Lr::"l:" .. m
7.'':".,.""","" u san
Holomon Little Held
K. U Ktorart llro..
Adama, (irabam It Co,
WIUoil Jc Thrum
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"...i..m.. 148 xte
7(10 OS .
j. n. uumphreV zz: Jm8
John Anlrltn... '. " 2
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I II lli.n..l,.. J' IO
N. W. Oraham Co,
nurd, wanti Co ,
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county of Alpxandor, and Ktalo oflllluVli dMeJid
fmty fmn of tloan-lcoiimy. atSe court hnn..
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Datod thlJai day of June, A. I), imb'
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