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OariTIOE: iSTo. 13 Tenth. Stvoot. Thornton's Building.
WEDNESDAY EVENING; MARCH 2, J870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
The Colored Senator.
ItmlivulM Sick ofllioir Own Mt'dl
cine. On tlio 2-lth of February, the b'cimto
lmvlng under consideration tlio ruHolu
tlon of Mr. Stockton to refer to tlio
Judiciary Committee the Credentials of
Mr. itavcla, Henator elect from Missis
sippi, Hcnator Stewart, a full, ledged
radical, boldly challenged Mr. Ravels'
right to a seat In the noimta,
Ainong other lliitigKlK sit Id :
"I do not wish to deal with thlw fjnoa
tlon In any sly. ono'sldtd, or evasive
manner. J wlsii to meel the ficiuaMon
boldly and squarely, and assert the prin
elpl, which I honestly bclfevo to bo
sound, that under the Federal Conititu
tlon there Is not a nero or mulatto
within the whole United ' States to-day
who Is eligible to a seat In tills body.
Section one of the Fourteenth amend
ment to the constitution reads ns follows:
"All persons born or naturalized in the
United States, and HUbJedt to the Juris
diction thereof, are citizens of the United
Statctt, and of the Slate wherein they
resido. No State s!iall make or enforce
any law which shall abridge the iirlvll
djroi or immunities of citizens of the
I'nlted States, nor eliall tiny person of
life, liberty, or property without duo pro
cess of luw, nor deny to any person vltii
In its Jurisdiction the equal protection of
That Is section one, and the only sec
tion which lias any rclcraucy to the
question under consideration. Rut my
point li this: If Kevcls are not quallllcu
to boa member of the Senate of the
United Slates otherwise than by this
amendment, then this amendment does
not operate to qualify lilin; and why?
Jlecause the third paragraph of section
three of the flnt article of the Constitu
tion declares that
"No person bIihII be Seanator who
shall not have attained the ago of thirty
years, and been nine years a citizen of
the United Suites, and who .slinll not,
when elected, be an inhabitant of the
State for which lieshall be chosen."
Then, If Hovels was by this constitu
tional amendment (routing it ns a valid
portion of the Constitution declared to
be ft citizen of the United States, vet If
bo was not a citizen of the United States 1
within the meutilnK of the Constitution
as It stood before tlio adoption of this)
amendment lie is not now eligible ton
sent in this body; becatisii this lourteoiith
kttrticlu was only declared to have been
adopted us a part of the Constitution in
the year 16C3, and It would require that
lie should haw been a citizen nluo years
after the adoption of that amendment.
Therefore f,lf you rely upon tlio four
teenth amendment of the Constitution,
which you declare to be n part of the
Constitution, us rendering Mm elli.'lbh
to tlio position ofSeuator upon this Hour
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iibiiiK cm H'U a i ui: v uu uwuiuu u ciw-
zenof tho United States by virtue of that
provision or tho Constitution, lie In pro-
vonicu by tlio tnirii parugntpn or luo
third section of the llrst article from be
ing a Senator In this body, because that
requires that he shall have been a citi
zen for nine year.
I will not elaborate this point. Thu
bare statement of it, If that be tlio basis
of your claim for his eligibility to a seat
on this lloor, is HiilUcIent to show his In
eligibility. Jtut, sir, I may be auswored
that ho was a citizen of the United States
by virtue of some other action of Con
gress than the fourtoiith amendment. It
may bo claimed that ho was u citizen of
tho United States by virtue of of the pass
ago by Congress of what Is termed thu
civil rights bill. Well, my opinion of
tho civil rights bill Is Just about tho same
nu It is of Uio fourteenth amendment:
but for tho purpose of this argument I
treat It as valid and binding. Then, my
answor to the claim of cltizenslilnarlslng
from the passage of tho civil rights bill
Is thut that was passed in 1SG0; and If
his citizenship was created by that act
then the nluo years have not elapiod
hlnco the passage of tho act, and sluco ho
thus became n citizen."
Tho utter hollowness of tho friends hip
avowed by tlio radical leaders for the
black man Is surely revealing Itself.
Tlmo is demonstrating that us "voting
c attle" tho colored men are prized by de
sign ing radicals. They are valued ns n
means to give radical demagogues uud
ofllco-Kcokcrs place and power; but not
beyond this. Tho moment a colored man
neekH n position of honor and trust rad
ical Stowurta block his way uud &eek to
thwart his purpose
UHLia 10 US UxciTHMENr IX
livansvlilo U all aglow with religious
excitement. Union communication spr
vlces wero held oti Suuduy afternoon in
tho Walnut streot Presbytorlan Church,
In which tho throo Presbyterian and tho
Trinity, Ifpthodlst nntl Episcopal
churches participated. Nearly 1,000 com
muulcants wore present including some
800 or -100 who have Just inutio a profes
sion of religion, among whom wero gray,
haired grandfathers, proruinont ralddlo
ggad business mou ami children of
t-wplvu to plgliteon yoars. Tho union ro
vlval meetings, vlll bo continued nightly
during tho balance of this weak,
IW POim' LOYAL TV.
Recent tabular statements compiled
from papora id tho "War Department glvo
tho following Information; Of tho
whole number of living graduate, both
in uud out of the army when the robol
llou commenced, sixty-seven por cent,
had boon appointed from tho froo Status,
uud.thlrty-threo percent, from tlio slavo
States; und of theso, soventy-elght por
cent, remained loyul, and twontytwo
por cent, Joined tlio rebellion.
The jLonteii Season.
Fmiy 1U)H ofFuuliiignntl Prayer
tiii: ouimx xxn ohheiivaxce or
Kinm tlio I.ouIitI!Io 'Courier-Journal.'
To-iiuv U Ash Wednesday, the com
mnnnnmorit of Lout, which, ill tlio J to
mini Catliollc and. 1'rotcstant Episcopal
churches, Is a fast or rorty uays nnmeui
.....I.. 11 T.-.. rri. n.l..ln
aieij jirecuuuiK j-3u;i. juu umni
this fast has been dlsnutcd, but it Is ceil
orally resumed uh a preparation for East
or, unil a time especially set nnari mr ro
nuntaneo over tho sins of tlio pant year
while luo number of forty dnys dovoted
to it is tlioiiKht to have rcfcrcncototho
Savior's fortv davs' fast In tho wilder
Hess, to tho forty dayH of tlio deluge
t ho fortv veara wauderlni: of tlio Jews
thu forty days' urniitetl to the Nlnlvltea
for reiientniiCD. or the time snout in fust
in: hy Moses and Ellas. Saint Jerome
sneaks of the fast as a memorial of the
Savior's nasslon. Accordinc to tho
name writer, as well as St. J,eo, St. Au-
uustlne. and most or tlio ratiiers or me
lotirth ami llfth centuries, it was instltu
ted bv tiie!anostles. although rroteslanta
commonly noiu tnut it was not esiaunsu
ed until tlie Kecoud or third century. I
seems to have beeu made obligatory at
least as earlv us tint mlddloof the second
or third century. At ilrst thero was rent
diversity in tho time and manner of its
observance. JLs duration was soon llxed
by the church ut thirtyslxdays, to which
lour were suiMequenuy auueo.
Ash Wednesday derives it name from
a custom which still prevails in the I to
man Catholic Church of sprinkling tlio
Jiead or forehead with aslies. To roll
oneself in the dut, to cover tho head
with aihes. was. in primitive times.
mark of profound Krlef. A man who np
neared svith his body. hair, and drewcov
red with dtit announced hv such exter
ior his tnouriiluuand uilliction. Kxum-
iih-s of thN are frcnuent in i-crlpture, be
itiK mentioned in Job, the KIiik, the
I'ronliets, and also the (jospels. David,
to express tho bitterness of ills grief, suys
lie ale as lies iikc ureau. in tue ursiceu
turies of Christianity, when public pen
ance was Im nosed, ashes were cast upon
the heudii of those who were condemned,
uud they were obliged to stand without
the gate of tho church amid tho lamenta
tions of tho people within. The ceremo
nies of Ash Wednesday In Roman Catho
lic coiititrlis arc a continuation or tins
1 lie old linen of tho altar and frag
ments of coineerated wood are burned
uud the ashes carefully collected. Uefore
tho celebration ofthotnutu, the priest, In
mourning robes, recites penitential
iKnlms and folemnlv blesses the sacred
ashes. Then all tho faithful approach
and prostrate themselves, while u priest
murks a t-lgii of tho cros wltli thu ashes
unon the forehead of eacn or liiem, rc-
noatltiL- ea-htiiue thu worus ortiio an
, " " ,11,1,llw.,i A,lm fr l,Uln.
M'tiunto, homo, uod nulvlt C4. tt in put'
varan rcvcrlcrl'. "Uememuer, man
that thou art dust, and unto dust shall
thou return." Tho peoplu having thus
listened to tho sentence of death, and
each bearing upon his brow the prophetic
ashes, return to their places. 'Uio som
ber monotony of tho ceremony, the
silence whlchjfollows it, the confusion of
rallies, ami tlio Humiliation oi an pnuo
which attend tho com mou recog
nition of tlio transleutiiess aud
tho fearfulness of human existence ren
der it ono of the gravest and most im
pressive of all religious rites. It Is tho
overture to forty days of pcultout mourn
ing, and followa Immediately thu wild
excitements of tho carnival. Tho heroes
of tho delirious aud clamorous follies of
ono day uro found oil tho uoxt kneeling
In silonco and contrition around the
altar of tho church, nnd thus the utmost
frivolity and disorder of a world! r spirit
and Christaliiily In all its severity aud
sadness as the veritable law of a fallen
humanity, stand In Immediate contrast.
Tho uo of ashes is omitted by those
brunches of Protestantism whloh retain
any observance of Ash Wodnoduy. In
thu Anglican Church the maledictions
pronounced ngulnst Impenitent Muucrs
are read on that day, at thu end of each
of which tho poopla repeal, Amen. Abh
Wednesday l tho forty-sixth day hoforo
Easter, the Six Sundays which intervene
nut being counted us part of Lout, nor
observed as fast days.
In the Komau Cathollo Church, tho
nature of tho fast Is prescribed by rule.
Uuly olio meal a day is allowed, aud at
tills the uso of llesh moat is prohibited,
thu precent of fasting always implying
that of abatlnenco from llesh. A slight
refection, however, may bo taken morn
ing und evening, tho quantity of food not
to exceed two ounces tu tho former case,
und eight minces In tho latter. liul con
siderable modillcutlous of tho rules are
nnulo in countries where tho climate or
habjts of tho people render their observ
uuoo Injurious to health, and dispensa
tions are also granted to particular pel
sons. In tho United States, tho use of
llssh meat is allowed several times a
week. In tho Greek Churuh, tho rules aro
stricter, and thero nro four Lenton fasts
In the year. The Protestant denomina
tions which recognize tho season or Lent
leavo tho manner of IU ub.iervaiioo to
In ono of tho towns on tho Sanglnaw
river, Michigan, a band of girl thloves
was lately discovered, thoroughly organ
ized uud ofllcered numbering some ten or
moro. Tho moncbors of this bund wero
all girls of the ages from ten to ilfteeu,
uud thoy belonged to, amno af the most
respectable families qf tho place, Their
depredations wero mostly1 carried on
among tho dry goods dealers, and seem
to have boon altogether douo in a wild,
daro-dovll uud wanton manner.
Tlio last European duel Wtt9 between
tho AiHtrlan Plenipotentiary nt llcrliu
mil Dm brother of 'ono of tho ladles of
houor at Court, whoso reputation ho had
damaged. Tho Plenipotentiary, having
tlio Urat ghat, magnanimously tired In
tho ulr. und tho injtireu bromor tnero
upon Bitot him through tho body,
A Good Law.
Protection to 1'ciiHloncrs.
Soldiers, soldiers' widows and others
have been persistently and mercilssly
plundered, Hlnco the closaof war, by per
sons representing themselrca aa pension
ogents, attorneys, claim, agonts, etc.
Parties entitled to pensions under the
lawn of Congress, havo been made to be
lieve that tho government would only
recognlzo tholr claims when presented
in a particular form and that this form
was known ouly to tho aforesaid ageuU
and attorneys. Tho services of those
mediators were therefore considered
iudlApcnsiiblo, nd -the remuneration,
exacted in most cases has been unrea
sonable, enormous. To simplify tho mat-
tor and protect pensioners against these
cormorants, tho member of Congress
from this district, thn Hon. John M.
Crcbs, has introduced a bill, thosubtance
of which is as follows:
Tho first section provides that within
fifteen Iayp, Immediately proceeding tho
mi any or.Mnrcu una tlio ntu uay or
September in each year, tho several
UKcnts for thu payment of pensioners
shall prepare a semi-annual vouchor for
each uud every person whoso pension Is
payunio at Ms agency, una transmit tlio
sumo hy mail, direct to the address of
tho pensioner named in such voucher,
who, on and after tho 4th day of March,
or the Ith day of Sentcmber next suc
ceeding the date of such voucher, shall
execute uud return the samo to tho
agency at which it was prepared and at
which tho pension of such persou is duo
The second section nrovldes that unon
tho receipt ofsuch vouchor proper I v ex-
coined, auu mo identity or tue pousioner
established aud proved in the manner
presorinca by me becrotary or tlio in
terior, the auotit for the payment of pen
slons shall immediately draw his check
on tho proper Assistant Treasurer of tho
i. niieu tataies lor tue amount duo sucn
pensioner, payable to his order, aud
transmit the samo by mull, directed to
the address of tho pensioner entitled
Tho third section provides that hero
after no pension shall be paid to any per
son ntlier than tlio pensioner entitled
thereto, nor otherwise than according to
tue provisions or tins act, anu no warrant,
power of attorney, or other paper execu
ted or purporting lo be executed by any
pctihionor to any attorney, claim agent,
broker, or other person, shall be recoit-
uizeu by any agent tor tlie payment or
IMjusiuua, nur s u uu mi- pgmiou ue paiu
thereon. The payment to persons labor
ing under legal (Inabilities may be mudo
to tlio guardians orsucii persons in tho
manner herein prescribed, und pensions
payable to persons In foicitru countries
may ie made according to tlie provisions
oi existing taws.
The fourth section provides thut every
pension agent or oilier pert on who shall
take or receive or demand any pay from
any pensioner for any servlco in con
nectlon with the payment of his or her
pension, shall forfeit and pay tho sum
of f 000, to bo recovered by Indictment in
any court or competent jurisdiction.
Tlio llfth section provides that the Secre
tary of the Interior shall cause suitable
uiaiiKs lortno voucuers mentioned in
the llrst section of this actio bo printed
and distributed to tho agenbi for tho pay
mont of pension upon which he shall
cause a nolo to bo printed Informing
pensioners of thu fact thut hereafter no
pension will bo paid excopt upon tho
voucher Issued as hcrelu directed, and
tho fee to which tho pcusloii nceut Is
entitled; aud ho shall also glvo all
necessary Instructions for carrying this
act Into effect.
Tho sixth section providos that the
provisions of sections twelve nnd thirteen
or nu act entitled "An act suppio
mental to nu net entitled 'An act to
jrrant pensions.' upproved July 1 J. 1S02,"
approved July 4, 1SG4, shall be, and tho
same uro hereby, declared appllcablo to
all tho various nets relating to pensions.
a iiesovontn socton repeals nil ucu and
parts of acts In conlllct with tho proyls-
oiih of this act.
110 GAS CONSUMERS.
nr. 1'. ll. MurrJV near romfr of Klclilh
atrtet and Coimnvroial avrnile. has sunn'.lfd tnui-
of with onv r U.l Mi-lion.tld A Co.'s JnUUiMe
Metor'IVilei. I'artiej illtsalistlrd with thn register.
Ins of their meters can now havo them tet ted. If tho
meters are found trim tho unall flipense of the test
III Da ciurxej 10 uio liariy c.ni.inii; u w meter
vmml Inonrrwtu no rhre wi m mail mvlMl
TWO NKJHTS ONLY.
Groat Pictorial Tableaux
Of the Holy Dlble.
Frlilny nnd Satnrda)Evciilut'.s,Mnrch 11 A-1
A series of inaunlncent nalnlinR. Illustratlra of
Horudure history or IheOld anil New'Iestament. Tht,
lati:! tuiidllneetmoriiiKlableaux in Ilia world. Tlia
jiiciures. thirty nm in number, aro lime fue high ,y
intern iwn tuiiu, hmii hi imp ... .mm.. ....un
nt jillili uf lhl ooimlry. Thoy aro recoiiiinemled
l.y prnminonl dMne ofAmerlcai Imve leenx.
liU.lnidlnlhe lirliielliul cities of tho United 8 ales to
Millions of iiconlo and have euT)w hero called forth
tlui orrulot nnmlintion and ir ie, as they are not
only icry tftuilful Lut highly in.lruuihe.
AdiiilsIniiS0feiitsiehlldrcn3Ceuu, reservea seats
A Krand matiiieo will jo givsn for the 'benefit of
ladli'H aud children, Saturday alternooii at o clock.
AiliplsHion :h cents, children l cenli.
An exdiialory loeturo wdl bo dellvoreil t eaeh
exhibition, by tho l'llbMKT0N 03Ii0nNK,
,c't an )o rcnerveil lit tho ticket otllco 1'rliluy and
Hntiirilar loreiioontfroin 1U tol'i o'clock,
KEEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys aad Counsellors at Law,
William If. OrccB, "I
William B. (lllbert, I CAIRO, I Li
mits r. Ulibcrt, J
Bpcclil attention giro to Admiralty n l Stub)t
OlBe on Ohio tieree, Roomi
over lit National Dunk.
LLEN, WEBB & BUTLElt,
ATTORNEYS AT L1W.
Office lit llross' Styy Uulldlng,
Corner or Elorrnth itrcet nnd Commrrclol Afnut
II. Waunn Webb, (CAIRO, ILL.
CP. Bailor, )
jULKEY, WALL & "WHEELER,
ArroRXErs at Jiiiv,
Joit.v II. Mux.Kxr, ")
Oxo. W. "Wali, CAIRO, ILL.
Sam'l F. "WnxELxn, J
Olllce Itoomi, H and 0 Winter' Illoc
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offlct, corner ofnvcllth Ntroct nnd Wiihli.
Will nraullce In this and the
,011111", and mako collfrllom tn the
r1TY NAT1' iSXIi BANK.
W. I. 11AI.L.IIJAV, Prtaldottti
A. II. AFFORD, Cn.lileri
WAI.TK11 I1VSI.01', AssUlant Cashier.
H. 6TAAT8 TATl.On, I W. V. HAU.IPAT,
SOUTT W1IITK, KOHT. H.-Cir.N.N'INallAM,
GEO. P. W1L.I.IAIS(I., sri-.-Hf..
A. II. BArrosUi
Exchange, Coin, and Unltru States Bonus
Dought and Sold.
Dtnosit Ruex(d, and a Oeneral Hanking
fJUIK FIRST NATIONAL BANK
o l. in o .
UAMF.MIUItn, I llOUT. W. MlM.Mt
C. N. IIUG11KS, Clilrr.
Collection!.' Promptly Attended to.
Kichance, Coin, Dank Notes and United
13 ou. slit aud. Sold.
Allowed on Tinio Deposits.
W. II. .Morris.
II. 11. Candee,
.VNDEE & MORRIS,
Notaries Public and Insurance Agents.
OFFICE No. 71 Ohio I.evte, City Xational
nui: AM) JiAitsxi::
MKRCH.O"1 Ins. Co., of Chicago ;
CAI'ITAI, AM) ASiKTH 8 S,728 11
SECURITY Ins. Co., of Now York:
CAHTAL AND ASSETH (d,7a'J,Nlu 00
COSUIERCIAL Ins. Co., of Clikniro;
CAI'lTAI, AND AS3KTH .8 U0,0lu.11
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Boston;
CAl'ITAI, AND A&jtTftJ 030,000 00
SANt.'AMO Ius. Co., of SprlntrflcM;
UAriTAI, AND ASriETil .K S1SO,037 a
AURORA Ins. Co., of Aurora, 111. j
CAI'ITAli AND ASSETS 9 210,000 11
STATE Vlro Ins. Co., of Clovi'land, 0.;
CAl'lTAI, AND AKSliTD 8 231,030 Ub
J. H. KIUUIK.' &. ;o.,
Oven First National llink.
JURE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
ASSETH... 91,130JIU U
G RUMANIA, NEW YORK;
ASdW .8l,00,Bal 78
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
ABSETd 71l,tt'J3 O
Oomprisliitflhe Underwriters Agency.
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
ASSETS ..4H7I,44 19
AHSKTrf 8nU,IOS X3
FIRE.NrAN'8 FUND, HAN FRANCISCO
ASiETH, (fio!d)...B07B,000 00
SECURITY, NEW YORK; (Mnrlnc.),.
ASSI'.l,,. .....Bl.iaJ.SiU 00
Ktores. dwelling, furniture, lmlli ami cnr?04s
iusured at rate a. fatoruble aa sound eimuiieiit
security will w arrant. '
. I ri'Hpectfnlly askf thocltlinnsof Clio, ashsreof
novUlf 0, N. 1UIOIIES,
011)0(1 at Firt National llauk.
V. HTltATTON. x. IIIKD,
gTRATTON & BIRD,
(Succatiort to StrAtton, Hudson k Clark),
Groccr.s mi Commission Merchant,
Agnts of , ' , .
American Powder Co., nnd Mantifaelaret' '
AsjcntN ror Cotton Yarn, '
oeH wd?f 07 h, JUSTCC Ca,ro IlU
T M. 1'HILLIPS & CO.,
(Successori 10E. B. nondrlckii Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
DfviX-O - - m XUluoiM.
Liberal Advance Made on Oomignnentt,
tr prepared to ttttU, store or forward Itt iRhts lo
llllmlulsi buy or tell on commission. Buslnoss at-
uuuru IV nun 1
Q W. GREEN,
(Jucces.or to Fnllls, Orocn & Co.,)
Gcnnrnl Commission Merchant
WIIOJiENAIsE OltOCUIt, i
I'HODtlCE AND COWMDWIOl
3VC 23 X. O IX Xk. U" T,
A'o. 70 Ohio Ltvte, Cairo, III.
Kneclal altentlnn rf Tpn In fAn.lrnmMnt . -nit.
gAM'L WILSON,) '
ROAT STORES, (JROCERICS AND' FRO
HO Oliio Xjovoo.
Cn I ro, Illinois. '
pETEH CUILT,, m
M.UUJt .ilERCJiANT AND MILLERS'
"ii-.u, ,.! .i.ii.l
Xo. HO Oliio l.tvcf, Cnlro, Illlnola.jJ. ,sj
fl.tld1' r"I1C"f J "J I rotnjilly- natl sitlsliclorilyl
DYAH T. l'AKKEK.
pARICER & PIIILLI8,
Commission nnd roriTiinlliiff Merchants'
And Dealer) m ( ,p
liar. Corn, OiiIn, llrnn, hiiiI nil Hlmla ol v '
I'rotlure, , ,
OHIO J.EVEE e.tuto, H.rJ.'
al dlf i ..' i i
1. 1. AYEIIS.
E. J. ATcns.
AND Ot.iEIAL y
Xo. 133 OliloLeree, OAIIIO, Ilit
Dealer In Cfooerlet, Mine, I'aier Tails, Daatere
Jlalr, Cement. ,
Mj a. smb.
In bulk, ajwajrs on hand. Corner Eighth street
Ohio Loree, Cairo Illinois. milSdl
JOIINW. TllOVICKdi CO..
RROKKUS AND EXCIIANISi: DEALERS
EiKhlh street, oon 1 door from Com. Aw.,
Hront Rrllaln, I Sontlirrn (Jcrmanr,
Norlliorn (Jorniuny, I tjvtdiu.
Aluo. l'aii'aea Tickets frnr.-i
Liverpool, Imndon, Havre, Antwerp, Jirtmen
arm jiatnourg, ro j,cw l orA,
Or to any olntWsit.
trcolleetlons tndeon any iglnt In Eurono.
doc2t'C8 It' 1
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Estate, Doud nnd Stock Rrokers.
Will attend fo Ihs rnvment of Slate. Counlr ml Dti
Taxe.andall biisiuesa ne rtalnlnif lo a OK.NEllAf,
Etaimi Sthkkt, teeond door from Com. Ave.,
Q0KNEL1US 110 YLE,
140 O3IMBU0IAI. AA'UNUIC,
In Elliott Haythorno a Hoot and Bhos Ktors,
siirciitiint don a short notice. msrfcjt"
,tu .. "imi
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
H ALLEY'S Oil A TITER
HTOVK STORK ' 1
Coniier, Tin ami Slirot Iron J, , ' '
aroBBirja.a n o,ap
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