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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building.
lvnuffSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY :"g CO
A correspondent of tho Illinois 'State
Register,' writing from Waterloo, Mon
roe couuty, says: 4
John J.Mltchcll, president of the Cairo
and East St. Louis railroad, and T, JJ.
Blackstone. president of tho Alton and
Chicago railroad, aro now here In. con
millatiorf with Hon. Win '11 Morrison,
or this place- (Waterloo) In tho Interest
or the Cairo and. Eat St. Loll!. railroad.
I'lio Kobnhllltlfs arelHatthWroad will
bo built within the next two yenrx. Tha
great mining nnd agricultural JhtorusU
of this BeCtlon (if Illlmls demand, nnd oX
right, ouuht to havo u railroad leadlitir
oui irom m. iouis, ho as to reach mo
(southern murkets with better fuel I files
tlian It now poxsesses.
This paragraph is In confirmation of
tho facW mado public liy m Yesterday.
A bill has been proposed to rcconstruc
TenneMnco Homethlng on tho Oeorgl
THlt2tBSSIiH IN TJIB MILL.
Wo find tho following among Mon
day's dlspntchea from ashhiglon to
llin Sl. I wil i ( m Itximlillnnii '
n)nn ntt. H... I.I-.. I. I
iiMtj. iii uiu iiiuiMjifiiinii ii is iiiiut'i'-
btood has the support oi General Butler
and the most of the Congressional delo
gallon of that .State. It is snld IiMomo
(lUltrters Hint It imvnr mii tinu tlin
. , 1 ' ' " " 1 M -
1 1 ! Kouie put the dlsDODUtori uvlnned to-day
(o-nass thn Oenrfflii till) mIkixvh Hint tlm
opinion was not too well founded. Tho
proposition, however, that Congress can
imereiere in a htato Hilly represented,
lueeui wiiu warm comment.
ainco Kcnillntr nryVlotH d Miatch It is
learned that tho programme about
Tennesnco Is that It is not intended to
set up a provisional government or to
Interfere with the nreuuiii unvernmeiit
Juht now;' htit a bfll, Is to bo prepared to
secure a new reclslratlon of voters in ac
cordauce with thu pruonl Contitnllou
ti wiu oiaiu. ami mm mier mt? ror-iair.T
tlon Is completed an election Is to be held
lor a governor auu Ieulsluturc. which
when they are elected aru to tako thu
places of tho present administration
Tho. Justification lor this Is said to Ixs
found In tho rlirht of Congress to securo
. r . . . . . ... w- -
iu i-nuu oimo n rcnuui can lurm 01 cov.
ernment and that thu present one is lllo
gai ana utterly Inadeouate to protect
ik'ojiio in incir pursuit oi lire, iincrty ana
The First feiiuiic Jury.
The court room In, .Lararulo City, Wy.
omlng, was crowded to excess on'Mou
day, the attraction being the presence of
several women In the (J rand Jury box.
Court being called, Judge llawes pro
uounccd the following lnlriietionn:
Ladle and Gentlemen of tho Grand
Jury: It is u novelty to bee, as wo do to
day, ladles summoned to iurve as Jurorn.
The extension if politira.1 -right and
frachlso to wotiiah Is a suljeet that Is aid-
tatlng tho wholeountry. Ifitivonovor
taken an active part In the illwcnirSlotii,
but Have long seen tuat woman was u
victim tq the.'vicrfyrlau-tand Imraorall
ty of man, with no power to protect and
defend herself from tlieso evils. T havo
louir felt that such nowers of nroteotion
abould be conferred upon woinnti, and It
nas raiien to our lot nero to net as pio
neers In this movement, and to test the
Tho oyes of the world aro to-day fixed
upon this Jury of Albany county.. There
is not mo f lightest impropriety in any
lady occupying tho position ; and I wish
to assuroyoti that tho fullest protoqtlon
of this court shall bo accorded to yob.
It would bo a most shameful ecaudal
that, In our tomplcs of Justlco and In our
court or law, anything snouiu uo per
mitted, which tho moit sonsltlvo lady
mIL'ht not hear with nronrletv. and wit
ness; nnd hero let mo add, that it will ho
a sorry day for any man who shall so far
rorgcl mo courtesies duo ami paid by
every American gentleman to every
American iauy as to over, ny a word or
net. endeavor to deter you from tho ox
crcko of those rights with which tho
laws have IuvlU you.- -
I will conclude with tho remark that
this Is a question for you to decide for
yourself. No man hay any right to .in
terfere. It seems to be proper for women
to sit upon grand juries, wnlch will give
thorn tho best possible opportunities to
uld In suppressing tho dens of infamy
which curse tho country. I shall ho glad
of your assistance in tho accompllihmeut
of this object.
Tdo not mako these remarks from any
distrust of the gentlemen; on tho con
trary. I am exceedingly pleased and
gratified with tho indications of lutein
gcuce, lovoof law nnd-good order which
I seo malfestcd.
Hon to IrcMerve
'il'Uo radical majority In Congress aro
carrying things with a high hand. "We
aro glad to observo, however, all of them
are not corrupt, and that now and then
is heard tho voice of remonstrance.
In a lato discussion in tho House the
Xnxlety of nionibcrs' to so shape ttie legis
lation of tho country no excited tho dls-
us to call out from him the-,folIowiuK
stinging rebuild: A radical member ask
ed the General if he knew .how-New
York .could bo wrested from" the rJdmoc-
. 'i - .v
racy: ... .
"ycrfalr," replied the doueral, 'mnkc
a law ns you propose to do for Georgia,
that ahull inaugurate a government ana
Install State officers whoso tenure of
ofllco shall be for life I Thntli tho surest
and easiest mode of maintaining our as
cendency In tho nation, much surer and
easier than by holding elections. If that
Is to bo tho rule then maintain your as
cehdenoy by act of Congress h'uch is
the new rule or tho gentleman from
Massachtifetts, and if wo pass a few
more such bllld ns this one of the ucntle
than from Massachusetts 1 fear It Is the
only mode by which wo can nernotuato
our ascendency. Mr. Speaker, when they'
nap, a inir ..eiemiou iu tno utnte on tho
adoption of tho constitution they elected
a Itcpubllcau ticket by a largo majority.
They havo tho same registered voters now
as then, ana but for the unlawful and
bad acta or some or tho officers In that
htato that useendency would havo been
maintained and the party solidified and
made a unit. Hut that is not u irood rca
on wny we siiouiu nitempi to perpatuate
the reign of these men, and especially
when it Is chanted they aro nurlolulni-
And appropriating to their own use tho
luniiH beioiiKiug to tuo otate.
UeUllcmen looic at it. You nrotioso
w exicuu ino aci oi congress tuo ton
lire or tho members of the Lcirislalura
aim oi inoacuaio oi tuainiaio for anoth
er full term ; to extend by act of Congress
the tenure bv whloh tho Governor or
that htato now holds his oiTIcc, under
tho constitution ana laws: thereof, also
for another1 mil term. la othet words,
this vicious bill asserts tho alarmlnc
principle mat umgrcss may at iw mere
Pleasure or wnim. cuspouu tiio constitu
tion and Ihwa or n hlate, elve Immunity
to usurnsN who dUirard them and tlinlr
objlgatlons of oaths or otQce under
them, aud extend tho terms or officers
elected for two years to four, aud or if
qoVcrnor chosen for four ycara .lq eight,
anu inui renuer it impoiuie iur a ui-
irustod. onnressea ami outraueatieonia to
relieve themoolvcs of wicked, tyranuicil
and haled rulers. Could u muru mon-
strous proposition be suggeUed under
n repr(uUtivo ttovcrumeiil? Could
ono be suggeaieL .thai touvuut moru
vltaly thauiot urccioiu and cherished
principled of .freo lustUutlons'.' Tliere
can bo nothlnc; In the situation of Geor
gia to Justify jjueh psurimtion.' Jt is k
rcckjess n attempt io, overthrow the
gpv6rntn.en,i (i a blttte without ro
rUM nAnbklltilWlvnb rtf tiritfimlmi J
and' "nicrily lo- a temporary and
s-iprcmcly unjust partlslan asceu
uenoy it manes tnu uongreas the
open and cruel ally of bad men to
retain thorn in power, to prolong their
ability to oppress and plunder tuo peo
Die. and to susnend aud defer tho nrac
Ileal enjoyment or self-government for
weary years or sutlering aud wrong to
the people of Georgia.
And let It bo remembered that by pre
clsely the saino kind of legal loglo It Is
competent for this Congress to prepotu
ate li own tenuro; It is competent for
us to prolong our olllclal existence with
out a return to 'tho' jicoplo from whom
we havo derived our rlebt to sit here.
On the'same prlhclplo wo can declare by
act of Congress that this Forty-First Con
gress shall continue to bo a legal and
constitutional Congress of tho United
Stales until the 4th of March, 18S0. That
is the logic which Is contained In this
bill. Do "the Representatives of tho
people want to endorse It? Do they ap-
provo It? - Will the country approve It?
When, gentlemen, you seek lo perpet
uate the iiscoudeuoy of your party bv
such monstrous moans as these, then do
you sound Its Heath kneel, Tho honest
maa-ic of tho land, an ono man, will riso
In tholr might and overthrow It once and
A Picture by Radical CeugreM-man.
Gen. Farnsworth, of Illinois, while
discussing questions growing out of the
reconstruction of Georgia, descrloed a
"carpet-bagger," such as at present dom
Ineer it over tho South, Ho aald :
Thero havo been disorders In .Georgia,
know, but in my Judgment they havo
been grossly exaggerated. I have al
ways noticed, the moment Georgia af
fain an to eoHse"up, we read In1 the
'Chroniole' of this city of outrages; theu
wo have Governor Bullock and his staff
hero, with more outrages; then aa act of
I remember tho doings of a gentleman,
a very clover reiiow, a man wuose poll
tics aro thoso of tho reigning dynasty al
ways ivho was a Democrat before the
war, and atcrrlblo war man during tho
war: a Johnson man durlne tho Johnson
administrationand a Grant man now
wuo in tho Winter of lSWJ-m nau sold
arms, to tho peoplo of Georgia, had sold
them arms with which to snoot down
our, boys. This man wontdowa to Geor
gia, and with tho asalatarico of Governor
JJullock got a committee appointed to
examino tho case and so manipulated
the committee that they reported in favor
oi me mate payiug ror mo arms. The
legislature, Tiowcveri refused to adopt
me reporter me committco, ana would
not pay tho money. That man came
back, to Washington full of sorrow oh,
how sorrowful his heart wrung to its
very depths, with tears In his eyes, over
the tcrriblo persecution or tho neuro and
loyal men In the Htato of Georgia! Ho
was in favor of thn rcconstruetlnirnf Hint.
etalo at onoe. What was his (touch.
Sl6nn? It was that ho should et his
$13,000 and Interest for tho arms ho had
sold Into tho hands of Georgia robots,
and that right In tho faco and eyes of tho
fourteenth amendmeut to tho Constitu
tion, which forbids any State to assume
orpaynny debt or obligation incurred In
aid of insurrection or rebellion against
the United mates.
I feci, in regard to this matter, havlntr
known something of it, having been on
the JtocoiiBtructlon Committee from tho
first till now. and havinir watched
tho course of oveuts and persons, as
well as of covernmcnts In thoso States
I reel as certain as I could be.
without having the sworn tcstl-
llinnif 1 111 I. l.n MIA Hint . 1 n n n r. n . i
or this bill prolotiKltiK tho term of ofllco
or thoso men who now control the State
or Georgia, authorizing Governor Bui-
iock to appoint an tiio judges again, to,
commence .da tiouo, and putting tho
power of tho Htato iu hii hands, would
t)o an outraxo unon the neonlo of tho
htato of Georgia, I believe it Is only in
iuu luterest or a rew peoplo who deslro
to perpetuate their rln that tlicy mav
purraonoy in tneir purse.
y UCltRIEGEL, NEWBERRY & CO,
PRACmCAX MARBLE WORKERS,
And Importers of
Italian Marble, Beotck Granite, K(e.
Warft-roonn mH Worloliop cor. 3d St. Asn sir i
. Monuments Vautt,drTofitonc, Mntlr..t. Pulmb.
itiR, etc., executed with suprior workmnrnhlp, it
owpt prices. KngHth, Germn and Hebrew letter-
inxuaneia ino oo; iyio ratrUonad grnttoilgurci
bj tho bett BculptoM of Europe Imported,- tnd nil
nuiajiuiiiiiiiccui t urut'-iiini, iilipij in
.-.... . CAHCli. tJiIUMAS, Aeenl
JanSldlf Cor. 8lh itreet and Commercial to;
QITY NATKlNAL BANK.
W. P. HADMDA.Y, Prc!ldt' "
A. B. HAKFOIUJ, CacbUri .
WALTER 1IVHLOP, AsiUlaat CaihUr.
BIAJTT Willi It,
UU.II. VI 11
LLIAMHON, BTEfHE.V DlltU.
A. B. BAKFORD,
Exthsnge, Coin, and United States Bonds
Moaglit aud Bold.
Drpotits facetted, and a General Uankuif
rpiIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA.flKL. IIURD, I ItOIkT. W. M1M.B.H
rreiueni. i vicn-rrcmufni.
CH. IIUallKH, Cnhlr.
Collectlous Promptly Attended to.
Ksehang, Coin, flank Xgfci and United
JSouKht M.xa.ct Sold.
Q W. GREEN,
(Successor to Fllfi . Green ft Ca..
CAIRO...M.M.MM i HHH
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
I'ltODCCE AND COMMimiONlMf
Ho. TO Ohio Levee, . !; HI.
Specltl attention plron In
orders. " Jn-iva
1 '.' ?P' ,
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES ' AND PRO
YISI0KS, ' t
ool3,r ir; lltinarV.
TJ)ETER CUHI, - f-
MERCHANT AD MILLERS
RO oblo Lcree, CaJr, Illlnta.
DYAfl T. PARKER. Jonj B. PHIZXTfl.
pARKER & PHILLIS,
CoBimlnlon and Forwirdlnr
And Ucalcra iu i, .... V
liny. Corn, On(a,-RmB, nnd I nil KtoaW r
OHIO I.KVEK.....-.., ;M,..UAJK0, . ItL,
pl dtf .
Alloned on Tin Beposltit.
property appertaining to the Imrrau ol tam engln
Thrro mil Uaaoldat Public Auction at the Natal
Mation In Mouml l ilf, llllnuii, on
Ttirsilay, the 2itl Buy of JKnrrli, 1 870,
Al 10 o'clock a.m., a ntfcellanou't Rjnortment nf
:X o wir iKirrau ol
Minit, cnnilitting of
Tools ano Appliancos,
aornp. liar ana Shoot copper.
Rubber Hobo, Iron, Hydraulic
Jacks, Whito Rod AtBlaok Load,
Lard and Linsood Oil,
Pumps, Copper pipo, Gas
Pipe, Gum, Homp,
and Cotton Packing,
ilQ., SlQ.j SiQ,, Sic,
Ono Bcain Engine,
Ten liiobn drumrteramlSil inch stroke, and iteam
pipe, iuo wiioip(niiiii a to,).
TKUMi t-Cuh on day of rile. Artitlv) to U re
mored ih(int delay.
nyrjroi ine vvinmannani,
I.. A. MMIUt.l,
lml mam r I'. K. V.
I)Ate.l at J round Cltv. III.. Maruli 3. 1S7U.
Aiu U?nvaiTantc(l Oitslnnglit
inehouth weteni 1'rliillng and rubllnlilnr .
rialion hare cuiiiiilrlel nrrauceiiienla wnrrrCv thev
are enabled to aiipplv mail aubtcriU-m, either lingl),
VI uib-uu, Willi llir
LEADING X.Ui.VINKS AX1 WEEKLIES
at pnViliihera' foweitcluh ritas elUier of the follow.
A Npcciniea of NjmiiiIhIi Cruelty.
Tlio 'aauloia' of Purls, gives nn account
ofahorrlbh and mysterious nfl'alr in
Spain, which it snya it would not dellovo
had not the detalln been confirmed by u
letter (oia Its own correspondent. The
Btory Is, Umt on iubuary 17th a baud of
people broke into house at Allclru
vlllluL'o, near Vftloncla, iu tho morning,
bymakiuga hole. In tho roof, iu tho
house wan Mr. TJarlade. Ho was in ld
with IiIh wife.
The juyqdprs pulled (hem out of bed
and put gaga lu their mouths; then they
want to tho room where six children
wero Hleeplngi whom they bound with
cords, and then in sight of their parent
tore out their oyes nnd tongue. After
wards they cut oll'tho foot of Mr. Roulado
aud hlft oJdentvHon, Vincent, buttpur
posely left tho toudoii near tho heel uu
severed. Thoy theu hung them up, head
downward. After this they rahaaoltcd
ino mruer uim ihuo , iruaiuuni, ij
A eu-ruilnod Despcnulo. eiu'iTjr.. 'Vvu'.'ii?: &
n Atlantic Monthly! Tho Galaxy, I'lilnani'a Maguilno.
v Apploton'a Journal, I.lpplnrolt' Mnxazine. Illack-
. . , , t.i i -wi l wixl'r Kranlr J.cjlle'f Ittuitralod Afonthlr, h'ranlc
A telegram from Ripjey, Ohio, dated I.eIia!i Illuatnted Aewapaner, Old and .New. Tho
Aw. TMi hilfniif nni'- 4 Chiiiiney 0'orntr, Health and Home. Klther of the
tHO (til UlSiaiU, sajS. follmrinc ti W IVriodlcaU at Si 25. tIi: GodevS
vlHlan aye leefi nrtod,
Yesterday mnrnlng Mr. Camnbell
Howard, living about one ami a half
miles from Ripley, while on his way to
church, was met on tiio road by Victor
l'ohl with u heavy rlllo lu his hand.
Soon after pusHlug, i'olil turned and shot
mm fiomo tnree or, tour time, ono bujl
taking effect In the elhQw" of tha right
On tho receipt of the news hero tho
constable with ono or two others, started
with tho iutuntlou of capturing l'ohl.
Thoy found lilm entrenched iu a log
houso and under the bed, with tho Henry
rlllo, two rovolvors and n blt doir. 1
shoptiiig aud (hq party wore forced to ro
gaii to llro' throt)ghi;thitdoo'r, when ho
annoared at tho window and fired several
shots, ono of them .taking cilect ln the
arm or Mr. Courtney, ami tho other in
hand of Mr. UeMdn-IIoWard. moth
er appearing- on tho ground, we'll t aud
succeeded iu prevailing on him to give
himself up. It was found hewas wounded
1 .I1J..M'. '111 a m.
in two places, onco unuer ,w lower,.
Ladles' llooW. MiuLituu Ueuioreat
l'hrennloeieai Journal. Tho follow Inir ' Ail I
ram nif.ou, tu. im itiTcrriun, t'luaurd Monthly,
i no ioiio ing n w l'eriodicnh
Thu Lmllei Friend.
ntSli"'. riK The icctieMaxaiinc, uvery Haturday,
The .Nation; The following publiahed at f Jul at SI , I
riu The Vonng PoIIck, T, H. Arthur' Homo Mii:i. i
lino, I'tterion'K Miigazine. Addreaa,
W. U.XrrU. ' t . ll.lI.Canilee.
QANDBK & MORRIS,5" ' "
Notaries Pabllc aad Iaaaranco Agent.
OrncnKo. n atio Levee,
Km. 133 Oblo Leree, "VAtriorrLl,
4 HtVi r
riTO A TTflV j. uriin
(riuccenon to Htratton, llndapn a'ciarfc),'' A
-WHoi.lMAUg u '"''i;t
(irocers and ConinikwlM ' -Verckaats.
Ajnt.bf 'inn-. ..itT
American Powtlir ty,., nm Mmiiiair)rra
Aajeuu Car Coiiuh Varajav.i,,' )
ritiB A.M MARI.VK!
MERCHANTS Iur. Co., of Chicago;
capita ii.t.NU .WKra..... saa.ns n
SECURITV Iiu. Co., of New York;
CAPITA W AND AHSKTH......l,73a,Hn 00
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago)
CAl'lTAIi AMD ASSTr!.......$ 340.040 31
INDErENDENT Inn. Co., of Uoston j
CAPlTAIi AND AS3KT3.......S 030,000 00
SANGAMO Iu. Co., of SprlugQchl:
CAPITAL AND ASSETS... a0,027 US
AURORA Ius. Co., of Aurora, HI. j
CAPITAL AND ASfiETrf.......a 210,060 11
STATE Flro In. Co., of Clavclantl, O.j
UAfllAb ASH AS.-)trirf ...0 331,030 Ob
J. N. UEARDE2V CO., Agti
- Eyptia Blorlc,
2ilt. "Oree Flrat National Rink.
IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
8. W. riinttngnnd I'litlMilnj; .Wiocwtlnn.
Cnr Hox 119, Cincinnati, Ohio.
JP M. WARD,
FIRB "W O
I prepared to fill or Jpis promptly and
with Ilia lost oak an. I hickory flreHood.
(.cave order at llulen'a old itand, or
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
AH RTF ....1,I3C,'JIU 20
GERMANIA, NEW YORK;
ASatTS- (il.00R.031 7H
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
ASgETi3-.... 0730,763 13
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
ASSETS.- a7H,U3 O
Comprlilngthfl Undeprritara Aueurr.
YONKER3, NEW YORK;
Afeor, If ...., SS78.461 13
ASSETS., S33Jli3 2
FIREMAN'S FUND, 8 AN FRANCISCO
ASSETS, (0old)...8078,000 00
SECURITV, NEW YORK; (Marino.)
Htorca. dellini!. furniture, hull, nn.l c.r..,..
nanred ut rule. fiiomblu i oimd irmaiient
ecurlty will warrant.
I remectfull' bikxf theolllioio f rntrn ,ii.r.i.i
not o tf 0. N. III'OIIES.
Ollico ut Pint NalloiiAl llnnlr.
wiillips k co.; t&'
Commission , JMaraliaut
(farvntnr .n I'.tl ir. i J.t. J. ,
' --. - - . tituuiiru4
ND- ... W&X
ide oti Oontttmtnt$.
tnJed to witn proinptneaf. ZlitillSr
uairo m m m xil
Liberal Advances Made on Crnitmmui
IValer lu Grocorle., Lime, Plaewr Pari., PiaaUra
'Xj JL lit
!?ul.k '")r on hand.
Onto Loree, Cairo Illiuola:
Cgrner Elf UUi airaet a.
joust w. trovkh co.. . '
WIOKERH AND EXCIIANflE ni'irW.
EiRhlh atreet, aecoad door from Com. Aro.,
Norlliorn Cermnnj, j Hweden,
AltO. PlUiMin Tifllu f..
lAverpool, London, Havre, Anhoerp, BreSnt
nnd Hamburg, to New York,
vr io any point WH. ..h t V--.
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Estate, Bond and Slock Broken.
n.. in .. i . .... . . . i
m iii nnriiii iu iur ixtyineni orciaie, lunlyandCllt
?mm'?nini' bu',1"'"' P'rtalnlnjt (o a OKNKRAI.
Kiuimi Stiikkt, xeeonddoor from Com. Ave..'
iteuJlWlf Cairo, ill.
Jeering al ineir vioiimu an mo uue, auu rli,anil tno oiner in mo vigui siuq near
loft the houso at daybreak. ' Two of Ihq.J tho aplno. lloth woiinda'ard voryHdveYfc
.VllUtluiV tno man ib uerpngen, 1 -
at the pnai.
Q.LOVER & SON,
Caiut inui I.ockHinitfcn, i
Nn. 330 Vnililnt:toiinvo.,opio.l(otlie Cotirt-hotue,
unufitcturra nd repair all klndi of
' " " nUNrt, LOCKS, KEYS, EJO., ETC.,
Work'warrnnted and charee rea"ftrialile. lV2l.liti
i ' i.
J-iiquor Kegn of All Sizos
rif. 1 1 1. i . 1 nln..lalrt'Ahl. 1 1, n " I -V 1 1 .. .J.l "t'.Vr."
lory, foot of Fourth ilrcer, Cairo, flB,
TrltuiiiliiiTi on Hoal or In U'areliouac,
done nt call. 8upport lionio. labor, fep'Jnlmdl
10 GAS CONSVMRS.
. Mr. K. H. Iurra near corner ill EluhUi,
atreet and- Oomtnerriatavcmie, hat aii'iiplM him
aelf with one nf D.I MalVjuald A (V I.lfallltle
Meter Teateia. Partiea diaaatiatled with the register
lnu of their meter enn now luvo them letted. If the
metera aro found true the i amall expense of the teat
arill be eharxed to the Tarty OAiialuic it t II th. meter
in loiiml Incorrect, no rliaree will I e made my IMf
QORNKLIUS BOYIaE,' '
110 OMMKUCIAL AVHNVK,
In Elliott A Hayllinrna Hoot and Shoe Store,
n aliort notice.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC,
H ALLEY'S CHARTER
A'o. l0 WASHINQTONlAENui
Ivoonugi outtertux, (oiillnK
done in a neat hii. I aiiUtantlal
tuanuer, at aliort no'a