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th birth day has Just boon eolebruteil
bothutv.o and America, of no-
; miiuu uui mui mutism inn iii-iii
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Immortal Sehlllor, Ctivler, Kupolcon,
tl Wellington. He was educated at
aukfprl-on-tho Odor, Berlin and Got-
fl I. ..I 11... .....I .t..t.t.,. .tf
gH, u ueillg 1110 ueaigu uiiu uvbiiv
parents Unit lio should become a
tCHiimn, and (111 a niche in tho polltl-
history of. Germany. , But .au-.oc-
alntancc with Firnt;r''ud flank, com
nlonj.i.fCapL fool;, hi hjsjlrbt and
nnilVovnui-f? rtrrtOrtd thr world; and
.dnetlt promoter, of pnysical wch-K.e,j
nl the cUect or liitor.f ir,viti ins dcRiro
r Waved and, bcleutiilc distinction.' At
ybt rg ho' studied astronomy, .with,'
vruvl , lib ivil ijh ii.iuiinii ir.vu iiii4
!f with thc,.1lrfcof t!ries of Calvotin1,'ani1'
Jena whertf ho formed nu acquaintance
ith Schiller, and Goethe, he KuiJed M"r
corny Von Zach oonvinclifg him of
, valuo In tl.o prosecution of his fcclen-
1 .in 1.. - 1 . . .1 1..
manner that gave him pePMl:rquuliH
itions as an explorer.
In 17D0 Humloldtpnl)lUljfel, UU. (lit
jk -beliiff devoted tooortnln bacaltlc
rmatlons on tho river Hhlne. When
ilrty years of ae he embarked from
piiin, lo company with u youpy botan
t t.amcd Honpland. forHouth Amt-rica.
1 vi lorutlons in Souti. America, the
st Indie and Mexico were termlna
1 theyear lbOl. 'it I swluIcK1.lotMn
al, rvlogkalnnd mfcellai;tou ncl
't a. u'KmnnnrmniK. rirfinlrlin n Innp
a.n of mule to convey them from
sll) point. He reached the Tutted
tat ex In Mny, 1S0I, and at Wahhington
ad a most friendly reccpt'im at the
ui.lHof I'rcxIdenttTfdurt'O. ItctiirnliiK
cmehe choe rarls as his reuidente,
.e Inducement being tlx- extraordinary
jtnber of dbtinuiihed men and hchol
r? then In tho French capital, with
linm ln inlilit illxnilM hli nl.sprwitimm.
he hclentlllc results of ills c.ploration
e embodied In several volumes, which
e commenced publitdilnj; In 1S07. fn
otany he was asiUtcd by Jlonpland, in
nliKaa (iliil tt AAin t.lllAllliA nitiilntttti
rviV'nJ Mill! l'lMUlHnHC UUUIUUJ,)
y Cuvier. From lS4b to tho day of hit
I... It. H lC.n 1... 111.-., I ai.tt.. 4. .-.., .,11.,
r IUr III. '1 I11I11TI' .' I III LTTII1L
tHtuttganlt, in IWs. "It the ovenlng
i ill t iiil'i i lj oil i e- lift iir- iriLiiiiiU k w
relinks. i iiriTtiiL kilt iiuuiic mi u
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mL .. Il..iilf,il I a I ml r linir
UC iiuiicu til luj iuiiiu tiii, tiau vvir
HIh generous encouragement uf rising
urPM ni ins iiiL' iitf was a uuiiuiuLHur ui
- e 1. 1.. ir,. . i r r
ia( ru.ia nil (lint it tu fn fttn frlnti?afittt nf
till kt I u tl I I I
At the ripe age of SO the yrcat man bid
in.Hiiii ... liiu n.j.i.a .v.. 1-.U.U.. ..u nail
...ii i n.n ....i.i r.. ...i.is.i. 1. I. ...i
jccompllshfd ho much, uiuUdh body was
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I wed to IU luot reutliiK place In Tegel
by iuch afilucral conooumt as was never
before accn In Prussia; and there rest tho
ashen of tho profoundeat Hcholar and tho
mos' Hiiccesaful explorer the world ever
7 TfEMIA'EKA I. WE A 1. TH OPS 0 UTU.
EAS7 MiSSOL Jtl.
When the country that is embraced
within n circuit of one hundred miles, ol
which Cairo U tho center, Is fully devel
oped, It will bu fouu uusurpusse'd in
mlnoral as it is known to bo In agri
cultural wealth. A well Informed gentle
man, who has glyon the character and
rosources of the country much of his at
teutlon, says that besides tho iron moun
tains, of Southeast Missouri, tho country
U known to abound in lead, copper and
tin. The lead mines were worked most
snccessfully during the French and Span
Ish dominion, and it will require but tho
completion of tho railways now In con
temptation to render them a prominent
.source of wealth to tho country. Of the
rou It Is jicedlesa to speak The ore In
a state of unexampled purity, sfahds In
mountain masses, in abuudaaco for tho
tho uses of the world a thousand years-
f Wipi.eppsits.nf tin nnd.oopper in Mau
son, Bolilngor.und nthov counties, but
little has been said, buljthat these
precious metals exist there iu an nuun
dance that will richly repay the cost of
mining, there Is uo doubt.
With a soil adapted for nil the fruits,
grains nud vegetables of the tomperate
one, and with an untold wealth of mm
erals underlying or cropping out of flio
iurfaco: with a, curaute the most genial
aud healthy, and all the other natural
attributes that are caleulatcd to render
the country one gf tie most Inviting
homes for mau on tho face of the globo,
the present generation will live to see
Southeast Mbwoitri the garden spot of the
Mississippi valldy, wonderful as that val
ley Is known to bo lu all tho clomoute of
wealth, andTu' lintural advantages,
The fcpuekU Chicago Express from Syra
cusd to Rochester, makes H in eighty-five
m'lnu.teMJOiHtanre, ightyflre villi n.
inxiuiucr oil uuiuuijiiu. wuose mm'
XEW POSTAGE STAMPS.
All the attempt made to improve
upon the old .atylg of postage. HtampH,
have reuttedlt. mUorabio fallhVe.' Hut
(lie radical auuiinlstratlon, fruitful In
ways to upend thor peopltj'fi money. Is
going to try It tigulii. The blue dauLs'
that liuvojust entered Into circulation
are all to bojcalleiUn utjthojjarljesUOfi
Blblo mrnenf, "and red Stamps with
heads of Washington, JorTursou, Jack
Hon and Lincoln, siibJtltdtdd. 1 '
ThoHprliiizileld 'Journal,' a paper that
Ujially claps Its hands In extacles over
everything the administration docc, has
actually arrived at tho conclusion that
it U "about tlmo to htop the expensive
of folly expe'lmentlng In Ihls direction."
r4ml hero Is the way lint delectable sheet
would havo if stoppfd. ' -.fii4t 'klfep' up
.the experimenting until "some appropri
ate design Is adopUid., Aftoj iUadoj)
(ibu the next Important thing If to have
,i executed in a maunorso perfect as to
tlgfy couuterfoltlug," That's, preelsoly.
what the axses havo been trylwg to do:
me maim: election.
Tho election In Maine Vast quiet af
fair, il'e'vote m'lling over forty thonland
hhortof thnt thrown-last year. The. re-,
null, however, fehowe a great democratic
'gnln. Last year the radicals carried
fifteen out of the sixteen counties. This
year they cajry onlyUvelve. Chambers
majority over hjnfltlflri (ho biilire 'state
will fall short of 8,000. Last year his
majority over 1'illsbury, was IS.liss. The
radicals still have the 'legislature, but by
a reduced majority.
.Mrs. Itrewer, late of Holly jr-pilugs,
writes a page In Grant' military history,
which, although It has been before the
public during a period of several
months, has never met an atithorative
denial It was not made public ab an
election etory, as dated by the .Spring
Held 'Journal.' It was first published in
December last, in tho Jackron, (Miss.
President Grant has tendered the China
mission to Senator Freyllnghuyaun.
The California State fair, which closed
on Saturday, was financially a nucccs.
The Western and Atlantic aud North
Pacific State. Telegraph Companies havo
Work was resumed at the Avondalo
mine, tho hcene of the late awful calain-
Itobt. Barr, in Wiuchestor, N. Y. Jail,
charged with outraging his own daugh
ter, suicided Faturduy night.
1 ho Methodist Episcopal Convention,
In session at Kvansvlllo, Ind., on Satur
day, voted against lay delegation, GO to
Capt. James Burns, of Company K,
Fifteenth U. K. cavalryi has been sent to
Virginia with a detachment of twenty
men( to enforce tho roventio law.
Chas. Whlttlesy, tho defeated Wells
candidate for congress in tho Alexandria
(Va.) district, has been appointed iby
Gen. Canby Attorney General, vice Bow
Tho lato dlsastor at Avondale leaves 73
widows and 151 fatherless children, Tho
latter will be Increased to near LW. Cash
receipts by Treasurer H. Gaylord are
The dopol of tho St. Paulj.aud Sioux
City railroad, at Ottawa, Minn., was
struck bv llchtnlug on Sunday and
burned, together with Its contents, in
eluding several oar loads ol oats.
The Madrid Imperlal'jiewspapei' con
firms tho report that 21,000 soldiers will
be sent to Cuba, and states that tho mer
chants of Havana have raised W),000,000
reals for their pay,
Daniel Richardson killed Silas P. Casey
In Indiana opposite Hendersou on Sat
urday, by striking blm on tho head with
a gun barrel. Both wore jlatboatmeu.
Tho murderer was arrested.
Tho Avondalo disaster was the subject
of many of tho Sabbath discourses in tho
churches of New York on Sunday, and
iu the most of them collections were
takon up for tho families of tho sufferers.
The Cuban Jua, in appreciation of
Secretary Kay)lns' strong sympathy for
the Cuban cause, have presented Mrs.
Itawllns with f 20,90Q iu bonds of tho em
bryo ropub'lie and a hearty lelter of con
Mr. Morris, of the tlrju oT Morris &
Strattou, was nominated as tho liberal
candldalo for Mayor of Nashville Mou
day. Tho uomluatlon gives universal
satisfaction, although other candidates
1 wero laid aside.
It Is ascertained that Major Pratt, at-
1 .. .....j!l.Tt...-.l JM-..n.A..f l T..viia.
fow tiays auer ins reioaso. ,jm to throw the fork down, oh it waa
havo befcn sont to New York from Texas dangerous to carry It. Ho replied, "God
for hlsAvrest, , t Almighty won't strike me." Just aa
41 , . . .. , i the words wero uttered he was struok
On Tuesday last Vm. lelly, squ of It, . Uea(Ji tun 8troko mangling him In a hor
Kelly, Superintendent of Schools in I rid mauunr, . yh.eortlflo melt
Whiteside coiinkv, UI., while out )mqt ed, and his boots torn from nls feet.
ing, watf Tillled by the accidental dis
charge of his gun. His body was not
discovered until two days after.
Wni inn Korinnd v. dealer In stations
on Vine, near Fourth fltrcel,;X?lncInnall,i
committed aulcldo Monday afternoon at
t o'clock, by Jumping out of the fourth
story window abovo his store. lie died
Shortly after tfie fu(tulJJeat)JJ f y c
Twenty Protestant ministers of Cin
cinnati, dovoted all or part of their ser
mons" on Buiiday 'to the potltlou to ex
cludo the Ulblo from tho publie schools.
A petition to tho school hoard protesting
against it is being circulated in all the
The bonds of tho Cuban Insurgents for
a loan of twenty million dollars have
beji .cburjiljded, u-aVJ SoIHuk at,
tweiily-Iiv'e cents on tno dollar. InterdsV
begins at seven per cent after Cuban In
dupcnde.ncedsi acknowledged, and tho
bonds are payable ten years after inter
One of'tlio Liflum lirofhorbygymmihts,
connected with Johnson's circus, while
going through his p-rformuuee at Free
port, III., on Saturday night, missed his
iioht arid fell to thtgroucdf r0nusIngjIu-
Juries which, resulted In his death iu a
few hours aft'er. He was esteemo'd 'ah'
Tho Central Pacific ralltoad company
has succeeded in breaking up the gang
of lncendlarics banded together for the
purpose of destroying its fuel, water
tauks, stations, etc., in the East Moun
tains. . Among those who have bceu ar-
.natml n fi. LnMi.nl 1111 i 1 1 !' . T' 1 1 n '1 ri' 'r '
the jnow8heds at the summit of the
mountains .sevcial Weeks since
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS.
Minister Motley, according to our la
test advices, has taken no new steps to
wards a settlement of the Aalabama
claims. It is not positively known, but it
is believed that it Is mutually agreed be
tween the two Governments to wait until
the temper of tho Urltlsh people has ful
ly quieted dowu, when the ministry can
approach, the matter moro unlnllucnced
by the prejudice of English sentiment.
Ills regardel as very doubtful whether
anj new negotiation will progress far
enough to warrant any favorable report
by the president in his annual message
tncongrcHS. A member of tho Cabinet
attributed the delay to an Intention to
wait and sco if this government does not
on the Alabama question by recogniz
ing the belligerency of Cuba.
If the suggestion of a country cotom-
porary, tliat his town snoum oe llguted
by red-hcaded girls, were carried Into
effect in Cidio, nothing short of capital
punishment would deter some of our
young men from hugging the lamp posts.
Unless closely watched thero would bo
no sure thing of it that some of our ohl
chaps would not squeeze 'em occasion
It is reported that a proposition is to bo
niade at the next session of Congress to
creatotwonew States out of old ones;
one by cutting oft" East Tennessee from
Middle and Vest Tennessee, and another
by taking a portion of Arkansas aud
Joining It to the territory occupied by
tho Choctaw Natiou.
It Is said that ono of the uses of house
Hies Is to keep bald-headed sinners from
going to sleep in church. Thoro is a
bald-headed sinner, we wot of, thai
would sleep iu spite of a swarm of "yellow-Jackets."
Flies merely soothe him.
It has been decided that it is a breach
of etiquette for a person afHlctcd with a
bad cough, to go to church and disturb
tho rest ot the congregation.
Bismark has twouty-four orders of
knighthood aud nobility, aud Boust, tho
Austrian Prime Minister, has nineteen.
Mrs. Brewer, formerly Miss Cox, charg
es that Gon Grant carried ofVsllver plate,
from the house of her father, at Holly
Springs, of great value.
Among the valuable articles carried
ofT In Grant's baggage was u haudsomo
card waiter of sliver, with tho name of
Gen. Moultrie ongraveu in mo center;
also a haudsomo silver waiter, hand
somely carved, made lu.Euglautl boforo
tho revolution, with tho name, "Mary
Anuesley, 1750," engraved In the contre.
"This waiter," she savsi w ill readily bo rej
cognized In thoGrant mansion aWflh
invtnn. That and several other articles
I of value that come from tho south may
be recognized there. A nephew of Gen.
I (.rant also at the same time took an an-
I tlque quilt made by the grandmother of
' Mr.iCox. I .To
- . - -
Near Youngstowf), Ohio, about two
' weeks ago, two men were in a harvest
1 Held when a heavy thunderstorm come
. up, anil they Btartcd jtownrdr the; barn,
1 one of them carrying a pltohfork on his
J'1" V'f"il- femM ?.i tA Wlhfl'XfX
iTMiV" I'lii !i,-u r,R Co. , nt Clmrlylpu.'.q., t.uri
tlutiiiperb tnnifizino for onnytfiir, liiiii' o'cojly bt M
the r 6f tti. WnvcrW Npielj or Uto.uork ,qr Clmrlto
I kon th .( may hf. J, hgfatlii: ''ftn'Miiicn tiiitni.er
with riimvijcnu. ; ' :UiUiik
. rut xiur.kTi;uv( i'iaiic.tiiiI7ti t ciiwiw-
.ton, Urn totli no niit. i,fu In IKoranr! pminiun
th! Ctit-r hrb tlnfribullnft Imhai'oJj-orfcWf itan-taril
worku f-;ni:L (o thu jiualusiri" of jiftK inaiiW. Afc'
JOTICE TO CONTItACTOUti,
tlr, in llwi ny of f oiro. 1IU., until li oclKk ni I. on
I riflftjr. 'ilth mt.. for cloarlnu Uio.tni4lr,ot tip nmr
rcwLjutt uriMii, lKt'wOriit.vriMr 5idi wi the
IVll'n ro.nl mi, I ,)!.!!. rs"tl .Mntlln'd firm.nin, mwl iitrn.
Iuer- inili,.tQ(iruroriinll'tli ttet trdHi.wchl
or u iliKm.fcr to Up f. tit Mi J nnK the ?ttnJ,
trn l lcinuv p, ii f. e( (Voii, tlm rrnlornf nl r"J.
rouai; or.l. ri. t-fhl r- rm itovrm Tl, -11111. .
Tht- toi.i.i (u irt ii-8pfr th rmht to rciftnll
-1 rr A n.-LV.Vll,
- UM " -- 1 - t otintyci-rk,
ijty 1 .-! of mi iiiu.i, 1. .t,tly ilic
uirnt or iiift i'.rfiiit iiiirt of Alfx.ituirr cpmiiy, In
th. Ht oi fiiiilo!, ill rvorof. Jaliii 3iunlKmaii.U
.in-, din h'ih ikniiii;nr'i, 1 nnfc if viol upon till'
r.ltrtni d.. rilKt prujiert. lu-mt Tli uutlu4t
of tl.o 1, rllirt. .1 viurti 1 anil tlio noll.wi..t iirvrir.,f
u tmn ii'iuiUrf rlu4 In lOMWdlp iiii'rlnrtti, 9e".tn-
raiiuo i,.o irft. In Aloxumler 101111I), Illiholi,
v'r,Vjy'JiyV.' lUMUldo IlttUiugM, vvUfjlr i
hall ofTrrnt phUie Mt At tko ttntorly iloor of xhh
lourtlioii.c, in (Miro IllmuiK, on tho istlidar or On-
t'jHrrArn.MS'.'hptirpf nthp hnr ef nlnVriarhT
n.til.t nii't (iiniri ot saul nv. fortili, to naiufy mu
Ihitedn'Cai.o, lllnjoi-, K i.Utnlwr :i1.,IiSac"
. , , I.Ofl-1 Jf. MVKUS,
Itw Mici't 01 U.'ian.ler warily. Utiuon
r.i.V rr.l) -AOKNTSto n tfTormtsMy p'.o.f
..h.r.t,i attn 11 , Hunted m I xccj1 family. Ex
tliinv. Urntor) sivcn. Ilutinrx), ),(uit and tv.
lftaU5. On -nt joM &JU in ojio innall town , one,
luOu.ii.' i( ni one, tn In tallbiK on a duniUe ,
AnothcCJ per day for laminaiiN'Yien,upotiwlii Ii
lie lnrul.f I- prrifiiY. ami othnrntln ,itialIyA4 well,
s-tii'l rurcir.;ii;r. I.IITI.KFiKMJ A Ii.VMK,
kCl3ww 102 WMnn.ton ht-, yo(oli. Ma.
1) EGl'LAR CAIRO AND EA.-sTPOUT
Xl WEEKLY PACICET.
nti:i.iii:u a. Ji.vii:jt. .
i.-.n r wiro every wjiiay i.iuii.m., niAMini;
(lo.ei'omietionwah trninaht D.tnviuV fur Clnrli
ville, aivl al7olmonille, with train for Naihvillv.
Particular ntUntmn given n.iy hiinlucn.. ix ll lif .
WATEI-AIj:ini!ef Coiinly Order.., at 80 ct.
and Jltyrcxlp utcfaton tlia dollar, for all
kimiK of Lumber and Umljcrs' Mat.auli. r-
Utilllf W w m-tll.t.K'mnX!'
w. w. tiioknionJ,
A 1 r ANTED-TlioT ileiirini U
TT ek, ria Irit acctnm'lara.l at Mr, ftcdtnan'k
corner of Surenth rtreet nnJ Wablricton avenue
Toxin.. i lO jr eek boards if7 W perweolc
uuani air i injgmg. t auisim-
TAltUI.NfJ Vtmr gentleinen Mil get ifny lioarU
X in irlatc f.imily, at At Ninth Atrrrt, tiilnl door
we.t of NValtiUl. e.1 St
lHOF. EI). wrrriG,
WHTHi'S STHlNti AND BRASS HANI)
a ininlat IUp pttbUc.ullll Ifce ''t inii.i-'
n d. Ill, ril, p.-rradct-oti'l aert-nadei.,
on ihort notice
I.eii.iin- ci veil on every in.liumrnu .
Iteidi-ni .i Wailnntton at. nue, tivtMOiii 1'Ot.llb
anil Kifilitreet, Cairo, Illiuoi.,
N. II Mi.i: furtallt.ctc , ftimlabeii, from on to
N" EW CLOTHpfGt ,.,
X3 xr o'x-yt ix.--xx-sr -JE'wtmlx
HAIKfAINS FOR T1IK
lavinetloied Ant thfllr1 ol J .'Cock- of Clothtug. h re
I.liro anil Splumllil Stoi'k
Wllrcmbratea crery klndoi i'II
FAthtonablv tioulleuien'a Wear.
And nuchann siejim.cla,, ( , H
Tl.cywonidMVerKi!lt tpjit fhi 'to tlio pi J ' of
ECats au.d Oapw,
In wlu h thev profo.a to lemlthe martlet1 A'.o to
Vl'ln. ii .mbraL-a all attic of Cintll.. CanuilM.
TweeJ.. etc, trom wltiflh Uey wantifcturr
In tho Le.t nmnner, and .tricdy fd.lilonable Their
torl of .1 . - , i
tSi-nlU'iiieirN FuriiiNliIiif; C.'ootU
I very complete, including many noteltie never bo
foro IjioiuU io thU inarkiii.
TUl'.NKS. ni IIVKHV HTYLK, VALVSK-, (. AIU'KT
SACKS, hTO. . r t .
Aitiiii of .lie. r nbilllvioxcll guo.l from theirnew
ktock heaper tlmn i'or beforo, they rely nun din-
CUIir.natins PU'U'P UJ oiviiiijiiviwaii puroiWKu uiyy
deerve, ' anal illf
rri i ..ii-
PHE GERMAN SCHOOL
" I ,tIH III
pitor.M. wiitsciuxt;, phlvcipai..
knm jr 4H m i. t.in
Tin. ueil-ObUbhiihed Imtitiitioii has ciilc-ieil upn
lion .n both tho (ieni.nu and I.iirIUI isnguajr.
Tuition ery low.
JOHN MADDEN;1" ' '
BHTWEK.S POPLAR STBJJET ANU WASHUNftTON
decSltn AVEMUS. .
SWEET Ht'IB-INE-TboilW'Uf iiUM
bad lUrolaya'. Ouinln rrwfrom fcllwiti (I
jet o'",5tn(,JlJr'ij;,y(r'""of 'OMmon lllBe. "
ii., iixt:i vetir uniiur iiil' iiiui ji.iivviii.h
The prm. 'jMl.Tror Wlrsilniisf.'w b thoiouKlitjr
in.in uiul.liialUih milvolar. ui",na.SI''len;i;a edn
,.,.t.. t Prinifj ihr.f.ir run iftv'i'exil'l eilt'lnntrite
, .THE ST. CHAltMIS lUiTV.h,
The cmhj FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cat
i,norr in iO mo( uimxcctifioiiuIdB order for cue eU
TllOJtOUClIC ICi:4OVA'l!IOX' aiv,
"RKnK' Cnrrlril tn nml rrom the Hold
f frer oT Clint-Re.
Day fiortM, TivcMy.u. c Dollars per month
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
i'OADEMY OFPI IK SISTEUS OF
ilj " THE' LOKETTO.
H i 1 '.
HI I .
Til 1.1 'jtTiUlrH'on 'wim raiimlMl ' li, 1S03.
nan uiiurU'roii hy 'lit wtuic or
, , Illinois in ifo5.
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1 1 1 TKltMN t ' ' "
rtnatd and Tuition, ittclud mg u mhI iMnldinx. ,
wi1iIiik and ttatlnncry, ptr term iifiHe'"'
Mum, daiH'intt, aintitiann, Itlil Iiiacuazea. txtw.
Tor further InPirtnatl'.it hppfr th ft 1
eitRl7il.Uu .MfiTHKn St'l'KIUOIl.
QAKL L. THOMAS,
HIG.V AXI) OltXAMIINTAL PALNTKU,
Slioji-In the lMemtnt of ti.i- i ly National Hank
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AIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY? '
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HaMnit perfiH'ti il tln tr iirrahgmm nt for tlio iiianulnc-
turc of Urootnn in tlim oily, uv not preparwlto fil
order at an a
stke i-ame qtialititof lfO"ne.n l purtliHirilan).
Orders left at ! Wrt- of 11. V. Willmmioii, CA OIiIk
StnimUrlory, I'ourtefiith htri-et, letcru
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Will lie jiromptly attende.1 1.,
Order by mail thottd lKaddiondto
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OR EASTPOltT.. AND. WATERLOO
REdfl.AIl TIIIUISIIAV IMCKET.
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ri.e Ali(hroiim-iil"nlr Iwnrill with trttin
f..-iM..t..iill linuliiie (iii .ii niul lioulnvlllc. uu(
at Jolmonvllle with truln- for NAibrljle.
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troln for atl point. aul9tf
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SUGARS, COFi'KLS, TKAS, SYRUPS,
HoUaaca, Touacco, Clgai ,
Ish, Caadlcs, lYoodsmvare, "WlllowWaff
fiTaila, Oils, XAixi.tif
tVludow-GIans, l'ulty, time.
Cement I'lostet-Pufh, Gunpowder
Oll Ilypt MonoHgnlicla unit onr
Alo IteeptoiuUtt y oil hand i moM complete
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WINOOW OLAM AND PUTTV
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