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OFFIOK: lo. 13 Tontli Street. Thornton's Building.
DAILY EDITION
MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 13. 186!)
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
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i'jii; oiticial iMii:it or Tin: city
AND COIWTV.
t it t: m i.i.i.rix i thu o.vi.v uaii.v
IVVIMCK I.N NOt'MtEUN I LLI XOI.'l.
TO I'Alt I I I.S DKNIKOI'S Ol' HK.M.'III.MI
tii i:sor i a 1:1c; s i u vr tjh: icm.in
tiv is tiu: jiosr m;.i it a iim:. vovr.ic
'usiMi ui:ihi:.u i;; ii.umhs.
'I HI! ( OWIiLTtUNAL CONVENTION.
An A tiMilnu f a
Jt ls :i fat-' dlselo.J by the late elee
ti n that If the territory of the State of
Illinois were divided into two equal
lull I y an cant and went Hue, u very
iMiislderubli' nmjorlty ofthrpeoplo ro
M ling north uf Hint line Would bo futiiul
of the republican faith, while ft largo
maji rify of tba people residing south of
tlu line would bo found of tho
ih moiTiitie frl'.h The pn.of of
Mil i.i soon In tin flection
i.f tlility-flvu rudioal and MfVtaii demo
cr.ith' delegate t tho Constitutional
( jnveiiti jii from the uorlhorii half of
tho Htte, and thlrty-Mx democratic and
et Tin radical delegate from the .south.
i.ru half f thu Stale.
A like antagonhm of political faith ex
isted up to tho year ls0, but was, to n
great extent, dispelled by thu war. Tho
return of peace and "tho sober, second
thought' have brought about its re-o-tabltahiiuut,
rostoring about tnubamo
dividing lined, and giving vet fair pro
mlio of the wonted democratic prepon
derance In Egypt.
'I ho Constitutional Conveiilimi oan
vuics D-day, and an matter of sentral
pub Ic Interest we append a list of tiio
members, correctly Indicating thu pollti-
I afllnlty of oacli Radical raemUrn,
ikvk I by democratic votes are c!ased
with tho radicals, ami democratic mem
bers 'c ted by radical vote are ouuntod
on tho democratic sldo. An asterisk, in
tho fip r mlcd list, denotes tho lattor, and
an id disk the former.
The members may thus bfl clashed
wltfcoutoUVMtco to their former jxilitical
attachments, viz:
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run EXVATiuAnax or jiussiax
JEWS.
V on careful Inquiry It turns out that
Pnsldont Grant has not o.iusud any rw
prcsentntloiiB to bo made to tho Jluaslan
government relatlvo to tho allowed ox
patrlatlon of Israelites from Kt. Poter
btirh'. Ho had nslther ont a detpatoh
about the matter to Minister (.'urtln, nor
Iisr he Instructed Secretarty ri!i to Mig
t'cut In a friendly way to M. Citaenzy,
tho new and ucunmplishud KushIiui
Minister, that our government would do
kIio to liavo tho Iraelites treated with
moro forbearancs an'd charity. Tho fact
Ih that thero aro serloui doubts aa to the
truth of tho story upou which tho Wash
Ington Jewish delegation based their
appeal to tho President in behalf of thoir
eo religionists of Hussla, St. Petersburg
papers of a later date than that upon
which tho Czar's uliass wai 'reported to
havo neon promulgated against the Jews
liavo arrived and. no mention ia mado of
anything of tho hind having occurred.
Tho proclamations ' of the Czar are nl
wayH publlfhed In tho llnsfdan papers,
and it U believed had rnch a ukase bron
Issued Homo noticn of It, or t least of tho
ixpulsion of tho Jews, would have ap
peared in the ltuHHlan Journals.' Tho
whole Btory Is pronounced a canard.
Old "torch and terpenilno" TJrownlow
Is In favor of tho removal of tho entlro
radical Judleary of Tennecsee, and the
the amendment of tho constitution up
on tho democratic basis. The oldjman In
the ordinary course of nature lias not
long tollvo, and had bettor mako tho
most of It in eeds fitted to fttoio for tho
past.
TUX. SPANISH GUNBOATS TO Jill
. ' '. ,.: , WlibRAHBl). t i C
It Is tho opinion In Washington olllulal
cireUs that thu Spanish gunboats cannot
be ultimately detained. This Is confirm
ed by tli a statement made to thu Presi
dent by Judge Plerspont. It appear
that he has on Hoveral occasions olllclally
enlled tho attention of tho Peruvian Mill
ihlsr to tho importance of supplyinr
whatever cvidonco ho has In his poscs
flon or en procure from his government
to sustain tho charges which caused tho
libelling uf tlu gunboats. The minister
however, hits failed torespoud, and Judgo
Piorropont ftnys ho iIocb not appoar to
take any interest lu tho matter. Wheth
er ho has any evldenco toofler,or vrhoth
er.ho is Indifferent as to rhthcrthtgun
boat aro released or not, .ludgo Pierre
pont Is not Informed. Tho latter, how
ever, ways ho is frco to confess that thero
Is no evldenco now ill possession of tho
goTemmeiit todotaln the gunboats. Tho
caso will ooino up ou tho 20th, when, If
there Is no rciponso from the Peruvian
Minister, Judgo Pierrcpout will proba
bly outer a noUr protfju!. In tho mean
timo it is thought Congress may:tako
homo action which may placo the caso in
u new light and keep the gunboats from
going to sen.
-
I 'll mU) OS t OF Til A SSIT.
On Thuruluy lwst Mr., Carpenter, of
Wlscouitln, Introduced into the IIouhc of
CougroM a bill to secure and protect tho
freedom of transit within the United
Hates It provides that no citizen of the
Ur.ited State in passing from one place
to another within the same Miall be sub
ject to any civil process whatoverinuny
State, Torritorr or district unless 'ho
voluntarily tarry therein for more than
twenty-four hours, nor shall his property
be subject to attachment while in transit;
and all plaintiff or attorneys instituting
such ruits shall be liable to actiotl for
damages in tho United Htates courts;
provided, that thlsehall not abridge tho
right of commercial stoppage in transit
butwesn vender and vendee, and further
that action may bu Instituted ou the suit
of a party demonstrating to tho satisfac
tion of a court of record that he has a
good causa of action, and (hat tho party
hn-i left his place of domlclio and Is In
transit through tho United .States with
tho intention of departing from the
same. Section 2 gives to the United
Statos district courts Jurisdiction of acts
contrary to the provisions thcroof.
It is thought that the bill will pass.
...
IMI.t. FOIl UXIFOHMIVYIX F.LKC
rycf iriiMDJiris ofcoxgiiess.
Tho committen on elections have
agreed upon a Jbi'.l "which provides that
tho day for holding elections for mem
bers of.congrcis shall bo tmjfonri through
out ail the Ktates. As it will rcqulro
torn' cbango lu tho laws of several of
tho BtaUs to conform to this .at tbs,b(l
provides that it shall not take died un
til the Ilrst Tuesday In November. 1S72.
The bill has two objects, first, to insure
a full representation of all tho States at
the organization of Vach new 'eoiigrcm
on the ltli of March, 'and, sittohd; to
prevent persons from ono Ktato going
Into another to colonize. It is thought
that having the eongreslonul elections
going on In all tho Ktates on tho same
day, every district will llnd enough to do
at homo without going to holp their
neighbors.
siro uj.d tjti: popf nivt
Tho latest advcles from Romo state
that Pope Pius the Ninth lias becomo
pocsscd of the npprohonsiou that the
excitement of tho Ecumenical Counoil
may be greater than his health can on.
dure. It is confidently stated in Home
that a Papal Pull will ho lsued ordain
ing that should his Holiness die daring
tlto meeting of the council his 'successor
la to bo elected by all tho assembled
bishops, and not merely tho conclave of
cardinals in tho manner Just now de
scribed. POLITICAL XOTKS.
Oco. A. Haldwin Is thp .clomc-qratic
nomineo forjinayor at Itoston.
Tho Alabama legislature has passed
a" hill making it'perjury, tojajsoly Jake
tho orUi of office.
A colored man haa bcen elected. ten
grossing clerk of tho 'Alabama house.
Democrats voted for him against a
white iria'ri. ' : ," ' 1
Choycuno legislation Is looking de
cidedly toward the adoption ,of femalo
suUVago. A bill of that character 1ms
passed ono branch and U now before tho
othor. Thoro is scarcely aiiyof, tho se?r
in thotcrttory, and this a bid to induce
immigration ,
Ii is a curious fart, nnd ono illustra
tive of tho times, Uhat when, tho Mnssa
chusetts legislature shall next qUopo tho
United States senator, Its only altoma
tUe Is supposed to bo to chooso cither
Henry Vlladrt or II. K l)litler. Tn view
of this supposition ono may exclaim
yKU Clnero, "0 tompora, Qunoresl"
nif.M oiiTiir. KKJioVAi, or niMAniM
tim vsvr.n run vovrtrkbitii
AMKXl)Mi:XT.
The following la n copy of the bill in
troduced by Mr. Btovouson of Ohio, in
the house of representatives to-day:
lie it enacted, 5cc, two-thlrda of each
Houso concurring thoreln, Thntupon tho
ratification of the proposed fourteenth ar
ticle ef amendraont to the constitution
of tho United States by tho Legislatures
of three-fourUis of the Htatcs.all legal and
political disabilities imposed by tho four
teenth artlclo of amendment to the con
stitution of tho United States, shall, by
operation heroof, be removed from all
porsonu mibjcct thoreto who shall havo
litcii at the (I a to of said vote citizens and
actual residents of any State, tho Legis
lature of which shall have voted to ratify
said fourteenth artlclo of amendment;
provided; however, tko provisions hereof
shall not apply to any person who shall
hare beo Indicted for any crime com
mitcd in or in aid of tho Into rebellion,
nor to any person who during said rebel
lion, was guilty of cruelty or Inhumani
ty to any prisoner of war hold orollering
to sourrendcr as such, nor tonny persou
who aided, allotted or countenanced tho
asassinatlou of Abraham Lincoln.
If YOU EVKIt?- F.VKR WHAT?
Why, when tho good old democratic
party was in power, did you overhear of
spiuJiO!lugAiuong your private goods
to'Vee'if j'oli have complied with tho
proTlsions of an unknown and unpub
lished law?
Did you ever hear of stamps?
Did you over have to swear as to how
much money you mado?
If a manufacturer, did you havo to
mako a monthly report to somo lazy of
ficial at fivo to ten dollars per day?
Did you .over hoar of a tax on every
thing you eat or wear, in addition to a
State, county and municipal tax?
Did you over hear men (as you now
do i advocato tho policy of paying tho
laborer with paper rags and tho money
shavers with gold?
Did you over hear that a negro was
better than o white man?
a niMinAciMTi, ami Mimuiinots
Arm ay.
On Friday afternoon, tho Eighteenth
ward of New York was tho sceno of a
disgraceful riot, arising from a political
feud, tho result of which Is likely to be
fatal to several persons, participants and
non-participants. The row jippenrs to
liavo been begun by a small, ward poli
tician named Florence Scanueii, who,
with about twenty of his retainers,
made an attack on the saloon of ono
ThoniHs Donahoe, corner of Second
Avenue and Twenty-third street. This
Donahoe Is understood to bu a partisan
of John Nesblt, the Tammany candi
date for asistant alderman, n position to
wiiicli hcaunell sought rc-nominauon,
A numbor r.f Nesblt men being in tho
saloon alteady mentioned, tho hen nil ell
party undertook to "clean out" their an
tagonist. Clubs were freely used nnd
numerou shots tired. Seannell fell,
badly wounded, at the opening of the
fray, and Is dead. It is tlionght by somo
that his own brother shot him, by mis
take, in the confusion. Another man
jiamod George Johnson, was nlso fatally
wounded, though not mortally. Arrests
wgru mudo of the leading riotors. It Is
to be hoptd that they will recolvo tho
full rowan! of their scoundrelly conduct,
and that thus the lesson presented in
the fatu of the leader of this savage
political vendetta, may be lu ft" alutary
manner supplemented.
Till: ICK IIA ltISO..JICFAU-
i,am) nAititiAa:.
iir.i'.cnr.ii'M kxim.an.itiox.
- " .(From tho Nw Vrk UcrulJ.)
The Rev. Henry Ward needier sees
that hU association with the recout ante-mortem
nuptial coremony was a blun
der. His explanatory letter makes this
fact plain ; at tho samo time In that let
ter he falls to acknowledge his fault in a
fair and handsoiuo way. Ho justifies his
couro on a statement of his view of
how the case stood before hoappearetl lu
it Now a man cannot plead ono of Ills
own faults in mltltfttlon of another. It
does not lighten anollenso to say that It
Is the legitimate consequence of a pre
vious oirencc. Yet that Is Heechcr's
idea. This man stolo tho llvory of
liuavou to servo the dovil with most of
fensive pomposity; ho abused tils saereel
office to gloss an ndulterous connection,
glorify ft llbortlno nnd to reflect all pos
slblo obloquy upon a man In prison by
giving the sanction of his name to the
statoinent that tho shooting of Richard
son was without possible justification.
Having done all this ho excuses himself
hv declaring (bat ho was ignorant of the
facts -that ho hnd formed his opinions
on a grossly ono sldod view of thu caso.
For wjmt ara a man's senses given him,
then, If Jio cannot uso them to bettor
purposo? fa It nqt a little inconsistent
that tills would-bo Inuocont should so
much sot himself up as a guide for men
when ho oanhotguldo himself in a mat
ter so otorinus that nono luiod be Ig
norant lu regard to It? Wo nre glad to
seo that Mr. JJeocher feels tho proprloty
of yielding tho position he had taken on
thfs subjeot In dofcrosoe to public senti
ment It Is notoworthy that all tho
thrno persons conoerned makes substan
tially. tho same dofenuo as to one point
they wero all foolod into their connection
with this business by Greeley. Greeley,
who nover did caro a button for any
social lino whoso Ilrst nnd greatest
claim to notice was always his doilanco
of tho proprieties of llfo nover stopped
to Inquire Into the right of this matter,
but went abend with an intomperato "on
to Riohmond" determination to make
overybody bellevo that Richardson was
right. Ho fooled tho parsons on, and
now will let them got out aa they may,
not caring to got out himself, as he is
qulto in his element in this particular
sort of muddle.'
BOOK BINDi'nG. f
wwsy sy . s-ss --ti s
. QAIKO CITY HOOK BINDKUV.
MAItCUS SILVElinEUO,
Bools. - Binder, XTixloV
lllank Hook Manufacture i
No. 73 Ohio Lkvkk. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
bdi r&Siitf
MTLLINEHY GOODS.
jJILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
Ercrj thliig Fresh ami CYr.
Mr. Annnlni; liinJuntoppnoiU frcli ti I Btrlrt
Ijr r.Kliiontlilo utixlc of bonnMn, niwrn,'rl
Ixniii nnU f.iticjr Knodit Krnemlljr, In4 ah Mioltfttiio
t)ieno; Mi l uonnilcnt of licr RbilltT to unilcrm ll
til otlicrel.tlilialiiiicnU Id tlio cfljr. ,Tlio Jatlles ro
Invlird to oil.
ftlm nMo rolnri", lilfnehM nnd nmkci ovit lonnH
nn 'I bit Iti itylo. Stnrc on Tenth street, botweon
Wniliingtfin Arcnnn nn4 Walnut ulreet.
ANoh fntlftnok of wortMl. nft.Dtl
MUSIC.
JOHN G. KAUFFMANN,'
LKADUit OF
INDEPENDENT STUINO BAND.
Caii nreoinmoil.tn Hio public with tnualc for balli
purtiei nnl f rcnmlc, nt hhort notice, "ml on roMon
l)ln term. Lcaunn k't"'" en uvor; liutrumtnt.
tlFiMQnie on ISth trn4, bet. Walnut n4 CeJnr,
CAIRO ILLINOIS
niTlOUl
JROF. ED. WHTIG,
Lender of
WITTKJ'S STUINO AND URASS HAND
Con accommodate tho public nltU the brtt tnutla
for caici rt, Iwtllii, partio, i'ril, and neri'iimlef,
tn thort notire.
Lcinni ilrcn on ererr lontrument.
Kniili-neunn Wnliinion nYmni', bttwrUi Tourtli
kfi' Fifth tri, t, Cairo, Illmoli.
.N II. JIuw forhnll etc, ftirnlihod, frctn on to
Itht mm. tfltdtf .
TAILOR.
QOltNKLIUS IJOYLU,
TAIIjO Xt,
MO OM.MKIICIAI. .VVKNL'K,
lni:illott A llnTthorn r Hoot ml Shoo Store,
'HO, ILLINOIS,
arcuttins done n thott notice. marMl
WATCHKS.
l-t Z GKT THE WEST. 620
nt nil. u."ia (ir.ni'i.ir. niriiu i.ii
ORIODE GOLD WATCHES
Manuf.irmri'il Ijjt tho
OROIDE WATCH CO.
Theyuroull tho let insko, Huntlns- Coi, flneljr
chn4; look And wvnrliki line Knld, nnd ro equal In
niipraram i-T the I t cold tthn iMiullr routing
llJii. Full Jeweled I.ofcru, (ient'i and laiJles lic,
at 81.1 each.
OIK DOI'ltl.K r.XTU.t IlKI'INr.ll folld
Orotdo tlot'l Iliintinp'Cnicn ;rull Jwvled Letor,ro
rfjual to tA'J Uold W.1teht'; Itegtilated and liuaran
teed to Urep cnrrrct unit', aad wrr and not tornlh,
with Kxtm Fine. Cam-, nt tit ea- h,
o nioiiry In reipilreit In n4vmre. We
end Iit Kxpret AnjM here ilhin tho l'nlt'd Stuti'i,
i.ival.lu toauentoii Ji lircrr.with t bo nritili i to mien
and 4'xaininu before pld for, and If not Hatitfaitorr
returned, vy paTiiif tliu j.iirem euiir8'. voout win
bo keut by mall KegUlciVd I'n'ku-e, ptopaiU, kj
eendlnre'l In adranco.
AN AflKNT HKNIMNU FOR SIX WATCIIKM lir.TP
AN KXTItA WATt'II KKKB. MAHINii MRVKN I6
WATCHES FOR 5W. OR WEVK.N l.M WATCH W FOR
ALSO ui.i;im.m' cmuini, uii.ni
OIIAINN, of late.t and mot eixtlr htjl.-i, for l.ndiei
ami Uentlenien, from li to 40 inche lonK, t ti, H,
M. andSSeoeh. tenlnith watelieHal nholes.il" lirlee.
State kind and Hie uf tratoh required, and order unljr
rW THE OROIDE WATCH CO.
oilli 4 A r e w Hi Fulton titreet, Nun York.
W. HAMLIN,
JJUALHIt IN
(UHX, II AT, OATH, imAJT, AND WHIP-
k i err,
Corner of Coiiiniorclul Avenue anil
Twolfth Ntrvcl.
Onlro - - - Xlllxxolo.
n. Keep, a full upply of ft .'d, and In prepared to
fill order on uliort notice, at the lowet market rutoi.
.NotI.'i Km
Jt
JJOLIDAY GOODS.
tontcctloiis, Tojm, Flrc-yVorKH.
AMPLE PROVISION FOR THE YOUNGS
TERij. , , .
(lot 102t.'omnieroiiU ATenuo And tmy vour boltifa)'
KO01U. 1' Sau p ha laid In a Hock In (U.it line that
Imi never Imen iniulo4 in Cairo. , -
Conri-etlons or all ktudu, toy In nninvleii Tarlely
everythlnstepleine anil (jrutify tho who nouldob
erviiChrntiuJ nn4 .New Vear. '
Remember tho place, ll CoininercUl '"j
FOREIGN EXCHANGE;
ptOR SALK,
if
if i
JOMNW. TKOVKUdfcCO.,
1IR0KF.RS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS
Eictli atreet, econd dour from Com. Are.,
EXCHANGE OX
Great llritaln,
Ireland.
SouthorGormahT,
r riuick-i
weilyn,
Northoru Germany,
NorTTay.
Aluo, V;ag8 Ticketa from
Liverpool, London, Havre, Antwerp, liremtn
end Hamburg, to Neio Vwh
OrloanrWlntVMt.
irColUellj inadaeaaay pjmiia "Jorapa.'
deeircidtf
Fill BALD, HIAP-Xif C.mi ai4 Ifcree
GROCEmES. COMMISSION.
W. 8T1IATT0N. T. HlliO;
gTRATTON & BIRD,
(SuncPMon toStrntton, lludnon U CI tie),
WHOLKS.VIiE
Grocers and Coininlssion Merchants,
.tgentaof
Amerleaii I'oMtler Va it ml Mnnnlarlnrore
Aicriiu for tlotlnti Yrn,
. N. 57 Ohio I,vco, Cnlro, III.
fH'iayiif '
gAM'L WILSON,
Dealer In
IIOAT 8T0KK.S, fiKOCERIES AND PRO
VISIONS, llO Oliio Iiovoo,
oclatf Cnlro, Illlnoli.
pETEll CUHL,
KxcIiinIvp
FLOUR MERCHANT AND MILLKJW1
AGENT.
No. NO Ohio I.ovoc, f?iilro, IIIIiioIn.
Order Bollelted nnd promptly nnd uttlslnclorlly
fl.ed. oclUtf
I)YA8T. PARICRK. JOHN Jl. PIIIIiLIH.;
pARKER & l'HILLIS,
Ocncral
Couiinlssloii nnd Forwarding Mcrclianla
And Dc.ilors lu
Hny, Com, Onln, Ilrnn, nml nil KlnilN ol
I'rodurc,
OHIO I.EVF.E -.........CAIUO, ILL.
apt dtf
S. I). AT Kits. K. J.ATERS.
YERS & CO.,
FXiOTTJEl
imd or.ncuiL
0 a M M IS S 1 0 iY MERC II A A' Tf
Xo. 133 Ohio Levee, CAlitO, ILL.
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IHutcefior to K. U. Homlrlclcni Co.,)
Forwarding ami Commtsvion .Merclni u
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IAb:ral Advances Mule oil Conttgnmcnta,
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illiolnti bur oraell on cominusion. 1Iuil-.ih ut-
Iro prepared to r.celvo, atoro or forward Iroiuht to
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R
EMOVAL NOTICE.
T-I. INL IT TJ L E 1ST
'w holoeialo C3r X-o O O X
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ComuilHNlon Mvrclmul.
lUrlnp remoTod to No.7i Ohio Lnvn., noxl door to
(: tv Nikfmnul nnnlt. hIia.i ulll. ..Mlltllu ....I
i.i. ." ii.-i inviniii'i. null
larger ktocUa, linkullcllH tho Miiltntiixncu cd patrou
nicuof hi fotmir customiTf. nn well 114 thai of m
m.iti)r new.
Nitprwlor ari'oiiruitinlloni for Nlornifei
mill I lie lltiiKllliiu-i nil lilmU (
... Irlice ou Cointulaloil.
Cairo, .111., June I, ISC'J. my3l4lf
Q W. GREEN,
ffillL'ttMior in Ia!W. it i..
FLOUR AG-B'jN"T
Ail
GenornI Commission Merclmnt,
CAIKO hi.,, .
F.
VINCENT,
Oealer m OKicene, Lime, I'laniur I'ailn, I'lanter
Hair, Cement.
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!Pj.'"'.k' n hand. Comer Klchlh .(reel 1 1
Ohio I.tm, iMtn Illlnul. mvls-lt
LUMHKH.
yiLLlAM V. THORNTON,
Wboleiale ml Retail Dealer lu
LATH, TIMHEH,
Cetlar I'aali, Door., Su.li, Hllnil auil Wll-
no- liinaii.
.Ofllco 011 T011U1 Street,
elween t'ommereial mM WM.Iilni(lnr Aruniia,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
t
Am.ir'ro
Uoek llirtr Taper .(liinpnny'a Sheathing Felt
1KD
(tl'AIlT'Z'CK.MENT.
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, 11." W. John' Improved Roeflug
ARO
Atkitalua Ccmeut alwayi ou kaud
In Urga or tuiall quanlitiw.
4wt 4 I'M
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VARI) ANDOFriCE-CorarCetaral Taaa4
Tenth lrel,
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OrH.r "ollcited aid aranptly MU (iNalW
Lunger furnlihed an ort aalie. eelll-laa
i VOID kJl'ACKB.-A VICTIU, OK ULT IK
J prudsuce, oaailuj uerraa dtblllly. praaMVare
Jway. 4c ha 4ioTrad almple aana af arj,
whieli he will n4 frrwitq hi fellow uraaa. Ae
dres J. U. RHEyKS, 78 frasaaa Seraol, rW fiafcr,
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