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She Evening Ifttlitfiu.
PUni.tMIKb XV JOHN It. OHKKLY A CO.
M. II, HARRXLt., AKSOCfATK KMTOH.
SA I t'llDA V, NO VKM JJF." HTfJM.
Hnd.-rV Chill Cure. "it
A u sos turn muciN, W. IT. Echutter.
Hd c'n, Cniro, HllnoK no 'jr, ;
;tei 'nil .111-
A full supply "t Welly's and aoiug oil
t hi'IijhI eo't. tf
V paruiT in a hoe dop. Addre 1'
i Box 'M. t
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Ender'' isfnmach Tll(tor!"Tiif r.et
trliell oyster, game, etc., can always
h( tcured at Walker NHjon's re.ituu
1 Itlelly hni a large "lock of hats, 1
which will h sold at New Vork whole
nl price". tf .
Kvprythlug that fan ho found in any
dry gof.dn houe hi the city, can be e.
nured at f Welly's at ooit price or lesH,
' s determined to clo-e out. tf.
Hu.iit.-4. Hon..- rUr it.!, I
ihht eligibly situated buslncM bonne
to. 3 Thornton' block, Tenth fctrx-t, U '
'""-ren. Apply on th' prmi?e. '
- -; .. , ...., .
If yvi want to buy fur. cheaper than !
liiey wrr everotlered in Clro, will call
U V. HlellyV I ie has a good as,ort !
niffit which h will sell very low. tf
A grand bail will b given by the
'alro Casino, on the evening of Dreem-
ter 7, 1809. Committee of Arrange
aieati: V. M.rfTOCKKLKT)t,
C. L. THouia, Wru. Alba, i
M. SlLVliUUUItU, Ur.OKUM LiTT5Klt. ,
First c!as day board can be
secured at Walker and Sisson's for
li per wek. Thj bill of (are consists of
of the best in the market, served by ex
pert caterers in an unexceptionable style.
Walker A Sisson's Billiard Hall and
Restaurant is the center of attraction for
strangers and others who would strength
en the inner man with fresh oysters,
tewed, raw, roasted or fried; quail on
toast, venison, llsh or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pats an hour
with the "cue" in the largest and bes
billiard hall in the city. tf
Klist clan day ooard at Walker A Ms
n restaurant, at per week. tf
Tim second term ofth Conservatory
of Music will begin on Monday, Nov.
ld, and continue ten wotks. Instruc
tion on the piano, guitar, violin, harp
and vocal leson, each ?o in advance
for twenty leoni, I O. IJi.Aisnr.i.i.,
From and after this date we nhall pay
no debt contracted in the name of the
Bulletin oflice, or the llrm of Jno, H.
Oberly A Co., unle;s they nre authorised
by our written order.
Jno. II. OiiKitt.v A Co.
nov lOlf Proprietor Cairo 'Itulletln.'
IttMl I ion Trlnniptiaiit.
The Ited Lion Alpacca tho great
iaecaofthe age-andthebest goods for
the money In America All who have
een this alpacca are delighted with its
richness and gloss. In wiJth, color and
texture, it is eupcrlor to any everotlered.
Cunningham's is the only place In the
city where tho goods can be found. He
ran otlVr as good an articlo of this cole
bratcd brand for 75 cenU as tan be
ooiwiidsowiiere lor w. ve w, .u
convince any one of the truth of this '
i. . S 1 . 4 S t A. S 1 .
statement who will give ut an opportu
nlty to exhibit these good. 10. It
Cunningham oilers splendid bargains
.ii dreis goods of every description. He
lias just recelwd n fresh in voice of fancy
pialds, which he ortern at reduced rates.
He also oilers n beautiful assortment of
Parit clothe, French poplins, and all
wool Epinglinc at reduced price.-.. 19 3t
(.', N . Henderson, Commercial A venue
three doore below Twelfth street has as
line a line of heating and cooking stoves
as can be found in the city, all at prices
that cannot fail to suit reasonable uusto.
men. He also keeps all kinds of tinware
and is prepared to put on roofing or put
up gutterim:, in the bent stylo on short
r. i.m i. i i .i.- ..it.. ..,-., i, ir ! If auy one would see the fruits of lib.
JZZ! i&M&l rtr jet hint step Jn
remain until Sunday. The Dr. makes Walker and bUson'a. The business bue
ehronlc d!eH,es a sp lality. dive him tie and thrift observable there iRlveasur
aoa,j ' j,t ance that the proprietor not only know
Fine beavar and Chinchilla cloaklngs
RlTTRMIOfSK A HaNXV.
Cunningham lu now exhibiting the
Inrgcst nnd flnot ashortmont of Jeans and
oftHsimeros ever ofTHred In this city. He
has hit the market at the right time and
I'ftii sdl at prices that will defy competit
ion. Heavers,, waterproofs, cloaklngs
Ac, In good variety. :it
New urrival of Casilmew for boys and
Gents suits at
RittkmhoI'SB A Hanny
Letter Heuds printed at the 'Bulletin.
Offloe for 5 OOper thoupand.
Pitcher HctiryV lrage soack of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves,- tinware, etc
will be old without regard to coit.
Cur latest information respecting Gen
Logan, In to the ofl'ect tlj.it ho was en
1 route for Du t'uoln to glvo the editor of
tlie Tribune.' of Hint village, a found
We shall not be ui prised If the fJen
(?rul concludes to let out the contrnct.
A monster tooth that of n mastodon,
probably was found on Wolf Island a
fow days ago, by a laborer, and Wt in
the ofiice of the Columbus 'Dispatch.'
, It in about three inches 1m diameter, and
live Inches in length, and Is in a perfect
'state of preservation. JJob Summers
will please send it up. That tooth be-
' lorn; to ' tho umouth" of the Ohio.
Jioutou, of tliu Jonesboro 'Gazette,'
was In the city to-day on business con-
m itnf ii.l lit. nnlnn 'I'lio Ifla vt t ft
under B s management is one Of the
mo?t prosperous country papers in the
State. He runs It, not for glory, butpay.
Ho is one of tho few newspaper men of
the country who knows exactly how
deal with aspiring politicians.
Dick and Charles Itutter were recently
ludlctedin tho United District Court, for
the Southern District of Kentucky, for
Ku kluxlng upou the country tho loyal
residents bolug the victims. When tho
ca.10 came on for trial tho preferment
was so absurd that the District attorney
"'-oned its proteeation. And of a
""c w ? r? "
? ,.tor,.M of 1uk'us
piece with this are quilt all the prevail-
the.hudow of a foundation.
There aru in Cairo about two hundred
colored men who live from hand to
mouth. As long as they have a morsel
of food they will not work a lick. Dur
ing the late cold ipell there was quite a
demand for wood-sawyers. Idle colored
men could be found in abundance. Many
of them would promise without Intending
a performance, whilst others would plead
that It was loo cold for out-door labor.
Thus great, stout lualthy men would
refuse employment when they Jiad
scarcely sufficient clothing on their
bscks to hide their nakedness, and when
some of them had no Idea where they
would obtain their dinners .' To chaps
of this kind it would not tc a very bad
idea to apply, now and then, the vag act.
The Columbus 'Dispatch' says that the
Inclined plane of tho Iron Mountain
railroad is about one half built, and
might be completed In a week's time if
there were any particular need of haste.
A corresponding Inclined plane le to be
constructed on the Kentucky side. When
this Is completed, and a suitable ferry
boat put In, whole trains of cars will be
passed over the river, with only a few
minutes delay. This will be a fatal ar
rangement to the business Interest of
Columbu. The freights that now
give employment to a doren teams and
twlco as many laborers, will pass through
in bu!k, affecting the trade and business
of the town no moro' than would the
paseagc of a balloon a mllo above the
town. This arrangement will be to
Columbus, what a cleaning out of the
F!!f would be to Louisville.
Fully twenty thousand dollars of our
city taxes remain unpaid. On the 1st of
January thero will be a call for about
R,000 In city scrip, to renew saloon and
other licenses. Yet, in the faco of this
condItlqn of aflWra (here is a constant
decllne 'lu the vnlue of scrip. Wo need
not say that we do not understand this.
The cause Is manifest. The scrip mills
are kept too busily grinding. There has
been no union of effort on tho part of the
city authorltieeto appreciate acrlp. On
the contrary the couucil has accelerated
tho depredation by increasing salaries,
d makmg expenditures beyond the
LiiI,-fn. t .,. n-
, present ability of tho city. In the one
lm nf.lilua-tlL' reiinlr) tho ntltlnv Is
, equivalent to one thousand dollnrs 'per j
i month. Vnl5( there is a speedy stop !
' put to these outgoes, the declln wilf go
on and on, until tho city's paper will not
command twentyflve cents en the dol
'lar. Will the only 'remedy that is pos
sible, be applied V
Hot for Monad t'JIjr.
The great alo of condemned Govern
ment property In Mound City takes place
on Monday next. That such of our citi
zens as may desire to attend may mako
tho trip without expense or loss of time,
the navy tug will leave our wharf atO
o'clock on Monday mornlug, returning
immediately after the cloije of the sale.
now to Keep n noiei uui wiow mm iu bci
a knowledge of that fact before the pub
He. The house is constantly mil, ana
everybody speaks well of the fare and
mine hosts' hospitality.
Hal or 'otctrained Good.
A large quantity of condemned govern
ment stores will be sold In Mound City,
ou Monday. Tho lot comprises flour,
rice, beans, tobacco, pickles, clothliig,
mattresses, blankets, etc., etc, all of
' which will go for what it win urtng.
t qn0 advertisement appears in atlother
''.column. Persons desiring to attend w'lll
j be conveyed to and fro, free of charge on
which leaves our wharf at
7 o'clock on the morning of the ealo. If
you want bargains attond.
I THE LOVAL AT L0GGK32IEA1)?.
flit Kilkenny Cr ' IVowlirrr.
A high old muss has been kicked up
among tho Joyal leaders of central
i Egypt. Logan, Alden, Flannegan,
Dougherty, et, alt., are heaving mouth
, mud at one another, witu a vitn tnat oer-
talnly owes Its paternity to angered
'hearts. Logan declarew that Alden Is in
sympathy with tho copperheads, and
j publishes n d-d dirty sheet anyhow,
1 Alden says that Jogan anu iiannegan
are one In beastly instincts, and are at
liberty to say us many dirty tblngsjof the
'Tribune' as they please, provided they
doa't furnish him occtslon to "set up a
shoemaker's shop about the rear of their
premises." "Next to Flannegan," con
tinues Alden,' John A. Logan ! less res
pected in Igypt, than any man In the
Stato of Illinois, and if tho electien for
U. S. Senator were to come otT tomor
row, the 'wickedest man' in the country
would bent him two to one." . In return
for this and similar shots Logan threat
ens to boot Alden a threat which, if
carried into execution, would, most liko
ly, creato a vacant scat In Congress.
Bam Flannegan is referred to as "a
jjerjured and bribed villain." It is said
that he earned this designation while act;
Ing as one of tho Normal Commissioners.
Be that at It may, certain it is that tho
people of Du Quoin and Tatmroa would
derive a solid satisfaction In tear
ing him to pieces. At the ro
eent session of the Perry Circuit Court
the grand Jury presented Sam for tho
commission of a heinous crime, to-wit:
burglary, with attempt to commit a
rape! What the foundation for this
presentment is, further than that Flan
nlgan eflected a forcible entry into the
house of a lono female at Tarnaroa, we
cannot tay; but surely nineteen geod
and true men 'would not prefer so a
grave charge agalntt a fcllow-cltizcu,
unless they felt assured of at least a
probability of Itt Justness. Hut, as fath
er l'.ltchie was wont to say, iwt vtrroni
All this aud much more has grown
out of the contest for the Normal school.
Where it will end we do not know. We
would, if pressed, however, lay a small
wogor that Logan doesn't whip Alden,
and that Flannegau doesn't undertake
such a Job.
THR IXSAXE 4RTIXM.
. tMssBberff rtwre Bel.
The madhouse commissioners are at
outa again, and an effort will be made to
relocate the asylum. Dougherty de
clares that there is not water enough
convenient to the present location, and
Is causing the survey of a site near
Jonesboro. On the other hand, Wiley
says there water enough near Anna,
and is opposed to a reopeulng of tho lo
cation question. Of course the citizens
of Jonesboro and Anna will "take
Ides" on this issue, and, for a time, at
least, permit it to overshadow
In this city, on Thursday the ISth in
stant, Addison Barrett, Infant son of
W. W. and Mattie M.Thornton.
Tho remains wore eonveyed to St.
Louis for burial.
Nothing's lost! Thedropof dewtltat
trembles on the leaf or flower, but ex.
haled to fall anew in Summer's shower.
The spirit that has flown away, will
give perennial bloom, in fairer, happier,
Among the new dodges adopted by
some of the New York advertising
agents, Is tho following: They send out
manuscript of certain advertisements,
naming a figuro therefor ttnt no repect-
paper can accept. After tli
- weeks they will send
samepartles a letter reading, substan
tially, thus: "We beg leave to confirm
our ofl'er to you of the lust., and en
close herewith the mss. which you wilt
Insert, forwarding us yon paper regular
ly, and your bill at the end of every
In some o.tses the person thus ad-dresj-od,
is sorely pushed. Ho cannot
recall the time when he submitted such
an offer, fortlu reaeou that he never
did submit It), but taking It for granted
that his obligation is in the hands of the
advertising agent, proceeds to the ful
fillment of what ho conceives to be a con
tract. The dodge is quite au artful one,
and, among freshmen In the profelnn,
Is well calculated to deceive.
The Ureal Lend Mule'
The great Hendorsou land distribution
take place on the Itfth of December.
There are over live htindrde prixes, taug
iuir from $50 to f l.V,000, Such men a
W. U. Walker, mayor m a.va,,Sv.,.e,
H.natorarrett Davis. of Kentucky, and
nYnvotheraof cmml note, endorse the
scheme- as a fairly arranged one, and tin
derwrlte for the honesty of Its manage
ment. One ticket must draw the $150,
COO. Betides this handsome- prlae there
are four of $37,000, either one of which
would be moet grateful to take. Tickets
$5,00 each. For sale by W. I. Hudd,
Oalro city wharfbonU
Small flat store door key, "L. Yale, Jr.,
807" stamped on the Bide.
The finder will be properly rewarded
by leaving the name at thU office.
There was a very pleasont party at
tho St. Charles last night, in which quit
a number of Mound Cif3'ge itlemon par
ticipated. Tin Continental is the only cook stovo
with sliding ovon doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher fc Henry, at 182
j Commercial avenue, cor. I2th street.
' Tho fllghl of tho wild geese South It
j tajd to bo n puto Indication of cold
j weather. That sort of emigration was
i extenivethlt forenoon.
The Rough and Readies and the Hiber
nians will repeat their contest for tho
horns on Thursday next. Each com
pany is quite ponfldeut of its ability to
out-throw the otbtr. The mrttch will b
a very close one.
Game and fish are abundant in our
market, Just now, the neighboring lakes
In Kentucky furnishing us bass, perch,
fun fishand buffalo by tho thousand,
aud the surrounding forests adding deer,
squirrel, etc., In the greatest plenty. A
UP It I rilrtrnt rllolt rif Jin ttntt liana la
m t)Msj vi- i a 's i vuwuu vra uuoa Am
not a rarity now on wthe tables of the
To lie Revived,
The Murphysboro 'ArgUB will be re
vived by Mr. T. F. Boutou, on or about
the 1st of December, the presses and
materials for that purpose having been
provided. The 'Argus' will, as formerly,
bo a democratic weekly. It will circulate
largely among the farmers of Jackson,
Union and Perry counties, and will,
therefore, be nn advertising medium
which the business men of Cairo may
employ to advantage.
"By the Continental," In the early
days of the Republic was, by the witch
killing fanatics, called profanity.
Ia this more enlightened age it Is
deemed an evidence of sound morals ae
well as of good sense to give tho advice
"Buy the Continental," as it la not only'
the cheapest but the best store in the
For sale by Pltoher A Henry, 102 Com
mercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The Xm laflrmaty lldls-g-.
The new infirmary building li now
about completed, and is a substantial
and well arranged structure. Aider
man Kennedy, the builder, has, in Its
construction, performed a faithful , hon
est and workmanlike Job of work.
The building Is located on the highest
point of ground in the city, and presents
an appearance that adds not a little to
the attractiveness of that locality. Its
inttrnal arrangement it good, furnish
ing all the wards, chambers, titling
rooms, offices, pantries, store rooms, etc.,
for which there Is any call in such an es
tablishment; and, unless there la an un
usual and unlooked for increase in the
number of marine and tfthcr patients,
the building will servethe purpose for
which it it intendeiLfbr many years.
tt- Haiurr.itt, C'o)crr,t-n. Wm. White, Psductn.
Collosiil, 8t, Iui.t. Norman, Memphis,
Korijtti. do ArKOy, N, 0.
Columbian, do West Wind, ETannllle.
City ufdlro, tl. Louis
tlie lUmmilt, Columbus, Wm. White, Padueeav
Cornelia, da f.'ollosial, Ark Rirer
Norman, KvansTillw. Korsylh, Vicksbur.
Wet Wind, do OliimMan, N. O.
Ami it, Cincinnati. Oli Bruiuh, do
Ho' t Moore, bt Lout.
Tho sky is clear, the tliu .shining
with uudimmed splendor this morning,
for the flrsttlme iu fourteen days. ; The
air is crisp and bracing, with the ther
mometer at 35, but wits a few degrees he
low the freezing point lastdlght. .
The river has risen about two inches
since last report.
The Mississippi and Missouri continue
The Ohio U falling again at Pittsburg,
with two feet, three lnchet In the chan
nel, after a rlso of tevon Inches, The
river tt LeulsvlJle Is stationary at Loads
vllie, with three feet, three Inches in the
oanal. Xo rise Is expected from the late
rain, and boats which had announced
their intention to load Jn Cincinnati, in
expectation of a rlt, have taken down
their 'shingles" and abandoned the idea
for the present.
Tho lato ttorm bltiw many boats
aground or on shore, detaining them
from one to twenty hours. The Mary
Forsyth was one of the unfortunates,
having been carried almost entirely
across the river and lodged on a bar,
causing a report that her pilots had run
. l ... t .La nli n ,i m! ninr
I uer agrouini, um u v.".-
l Green let's. '
1 Louisville sull'ered a very terlout loss
' by tho staking of 170,000 httshels of cdal.
That market was only scantily supplied
vrith tlin urliule beforo the ttorm, and
; - , m
P". . k . .. ... -
1 will he very o.p ctve , u wr
Tin. MtilBndld stoamer, Hello Mempnta,
Capt. Crane, is the regular packet for
Memphlt this ovenlng. '
The White did not make her regular
trip yesterday on account of t!q storm.
She will be on hand to-day and depart
for I'adiican tins oveuiuj,'. .
Capt.Chas.T. Hindola agent for
above boats. '
And those who aroldH,y.Btg Ji ftW
th rich and nor t tho who ba? black K:lM fi
tuoe nho ie irj ? n4 tUptj . w ht
hat iajs loU Ihftlr
bi.ganir 8..yiK. ff jo- w Wlt I at
ncf K' 1 1 botll. Brclas' lipJfllSS&
sleriatbegenHsl lidnart M iht l W .r
WAKTKD AUnnrtf r County ordfr, i
nil City Scrip t Weint on lh deii
UUirfi of uUmUt anti Eu.ldfrt' Mttrrlt!.
r, for u
I't'lMtl W. W.,THORHTQy.
A Itnre Collection ItonJaatTa Receipt.
MugleArts, I)icoTcrle, eW.. comprising rslutWe
Infarmtion for f rerybody. Snnt by atll, (fr (
Addrm B. E. NOnyAIfnr, JM ikt stmt, ft.
Louis, Mo. tTdwl
ir You Wnm
ilt;ril to dolltr Lottie of tit Uit Hsu it,
'toroilr tfr'L''dor rototing ijrsj-bslr Ur.f
ial c.Ior, fnil 2." cnt for il:jf .
If Yob WhI
WLIU Teeth, Ueittiy ura, tad swm! t'lsWh
sna fr iir TPKK19II DE5MHKICE, prlts, U
A stat euro fr Headncbe, Ctrrl, D4faM, er ka
sJej fn tlie )rs, stnJ for or STERMUTATOar
Price as cbi..
.i:;th;r U- tsml rH-f14 J rtt
Address Jo'tpU K. Llskw, MLMstkit street, HK
Loil, Mo. ' esriyitf
Of n-irij one hundred rmelpts for nukiig braiay
tllktndnet Wine, Gin. Ale, Boer, CordUis, SaperWT
Cider, and much ether useful InformsUoa far then
I detlinK mer mknufauturing iny of tlte shore, aietMs
frrlhe trade or tome use.
Sent by nail, free of postee, ler 3 oenU. AdirA
K. K. 30RMANUT, Ml Market street, St.l.eate, Me.
Slew Marriage Udlde.
A.V JCtWAT FOII roU.ld MK.V, on Pbysletofteet
Hirers, Abuses and Dis-sie, incident lo Ten Us aad
Kirly kfsnhood.vhl'sh crest iKtedimeata to at A le
al AGE, with sure ruesnsef relief. Dentin sealed Ut
ter earelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. 3. USIlt
UN HOUnilTO, Howsrd Association, Philadel
phia, re. aerdawlai
TOTHK WORKING CI.ASS.W are new pre
pared to furn.ih all classes with censtsat ernpler
men! at home, the aols of the lime or for lb spare
oniente. Buinen new, light and profitabl. Pf
'on of either sex easily earn from toe.t at p
erenieg, and proportional sum by detUn thelr
wholettoe to the business. Boye and girls eaia
nearly 'as much as men. That all who see Ik
notice may tend their a-ldress, and lest Ik busi
nes, we make thin unparallea flen Te sucheeaiw
not well aatisfledw wl1l-and I lay for tte
tioubl of writing, Jull particulars, raluable aan
pre, which will do to commence work a, and a ep
of 'The People's' Literary: Compaaloa'o of
largeM and best fsmlly newspsperi pabllshed-slj
sent free by msil. Reader, if you want permaneiW
profitable worW, addrna E. C. ALI.KX CO
Aerirs, Maui. dw?i
A H-i'l-esit. twi
E?ery prrsonwho sends IS to t the "XIX CEK
TDRT" robllcstion Co., st Charleston, 3. C. ryeeiTf
lhairoptbrnagsslne for one year, an 4 a cpyf
hr of the Wsrerly hotels or the works f Charles
Uickena that may be deslgnstea. epMimeB lunaer
Hh premium list. ISrmU.
JOHN HTLAND'6 SALOON
I topp'ded with aU kra !
Oeaaaercial aTea, et.KlBth aa eUi tt.
re re tla.arj aeeWel ffr Un
wt sh U 0 ftHTial irajs
1lexJ at hi far. damUw
s tall, en1 thou w
3-.T tHlr want unrllel i
PRODCClt AND COMMIOfllON t
A'e. 76 OAio Ltztty CtUr. Ill
Hpecla! attenBen gits to cvaslgsmesls and (Ultn J
jg SMYTH V CO.,
Aiteep cnvtlly haul
S(X)TCH 15 D IBISH WHI8KT, W
rerl. Jfdlrs, akarrr atad Clww
ue, aoaiT rsa
J. RIKD COS CELEBRATED WHh.Krm
We sell arclualvely for CA.HH, Wwil.h we tBT.Ud
attention of eles CMh buyers.
r5peeial atlmtion paid to iuix erdei.
GN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNI
QAKL L. THOMAS,
8105 JLN1) onXAMKM AL rilMTIK,
R k bMtact eflh try .1a(tMl Oaml
rnilduxg, on Oalo Lst,
a fc.il tf
mo UAS CONWUMKIiJ.
MMsra. C, K.
Y. Yeager A Oe., aear craac f Kiktk
maicrcial aTenae, Us I supplied lhn
oe of I). MoDonaM A Co.'s Utalllb
street and Cstai
kAlvt with one
Meter thWI, rrus aiwuicta wim in resV-!
inn f their metete n uew bat taetu teelest. "If
meters are found tr the sasjtl eipena of lh UA
111 be obargeat to pr7 .. n , - m
inj i.i'mih'I to ruaiaewLu , wi"-'
It EE UJNCH!
A freeUnehwillbeserTedupat to WgTptlae -
Uvii and restaurant, atten 'cl(Kk.aTerT nornlng.
The restaurant ba been recently t ted ud, -sons
can ba acomtuoilsted with meU it sit hours,, ,
W Prices reasonaoie.
Comer of Sixth atreel a,4 Ce
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ami'lk rnovisiox ior thk toiiifl-
looJs. K'Srlo-ha Uld i stock m fhal'tlnettta
Ess nMer iH-e" eouaH Id Calr?v .
gomections or au a.nn.,.j. -- y'.
srTChtistms and k,
llemembertho place, Commereial
As. DilclMr auwtesitwettta-.t i
f will sell yldwllfi :hois. aut4 ls rMr
ISppllWlth gU.Ci.WfBf 'til