s rnsCKIPTION, 2.00 1'tr Annnni.
l'UBUSHRD TWIOH) -A. WKttK
GREENVILLE, WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISS., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897.
SIX M Br.-thrw
'.hot f . nan
YERGER & PERCY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
IS. JV. THOMAM,
A.TTOKNEY A.T LAW,
O.Hco ill Wilc.iuskl Block.
1 own the only Abstract of Title to
ihe lands of VV ashlngton count? und the
Tue New York Commercial liullo.
llu and Journal of Commerce, alw iy,
very sensible and cnuiHrvnilve jour
nal, dliciiMei tlio question f t tie 1 n -provomeut
of tUo Mississippi with s
display of common seuso that we would
lika to tee in more of it Jforihoni
coulemporarios. It Hid not lone it
hed when a fow breaks occurred iu
our lilies of levees, but took the view
that liie best way to judsn of the flood
was to wait until it was "over and tbon
compare our experience of It with
The Sea Island cetlou I'rou.
Kj-Chaucellor of the 7th Dlitrict,
Attorney and Counselor at Law I that of previous years,
Will practice iu the State (ind Fed
oral Conns of Mississippi.
D. J . T)J. VIS,
t.ililSKNVILLE, - - MlfeS
Oitlw ui)-talr In Plielps Butlcllnt.
uo umer journals, rouu ram ex
ceptions, shouted "the leveo y8tem
i a failure." at the very first, break,
and a large uuinber of them dragged
Cspl. Cowdeu from hit rotreal uud
tried lo brealho fresh lite iu the Iwici
disprove d. outlet theory. Even Ihe
Senafo beeamo demoialized by all tliis
howling against levies, and appointed
a committee lo reinvestigate the river
It is rue, Ihui Ihe river has been
thoroughly investigated and that tbi-
question of its Improvement lias been
considered from every poiut of view
The fact thai the, outlelers and othei
rivor crauks shootrd faihiro has boon
made au excuse for overhauling and
goiug over tho eutiro matter once
Thy Journal of Commerce lakes
the position that these, Investigations
should uot have been insisted on un
til the flood was ovor aucl we kuovi
how the levees had withstood H a
positiou The Times-Demo'rat ha al
ways maintained. Xow that the over
flow is ouiled, it sees no reason why
we should change our systom of do
fence against freshen aud high water
as it thinks that ihe levees have ae-
coniplihed all ihst was expected ot
llicm. There may be seme better do
feuse that we will learu in time, but for
the prcseul the levees will sullico.
As for further investigations it says:
"It is doubtful If auy important
r l..... ... ii I. i
nnTTftll P A fiTfl D I lsut" ue clonic 10 ugui siuco mo jhbi
C 0 T T U ll rAulUn.l investigation. It is true that the Hoods
oi lots year covered a very large icr-
r. d. s.
I prepared Iu do all kimla of
Office : Up stairs, Wilozinski Building.
Dr. J. D. bmytne,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Ollico over Brill's store, corner of
Washington Ave. aud .Poplar bt.
dTcjviontgoiviery, m. d,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over A. B. Kinlay & Oo.'s Drug
"Henry T. Ireys,
OUlooon Slain St. one door west of Postottioa.
GREEN V1U,E. MISS.
A. B NANCE,
A ml slnnl Cnsbler
FIST NATIONAL BAM.
OREENVT LE. MISSISSIPPI.
Capital, $103 OQif. SumlM $20 0.0.
H. T. KJtlOEK.
ft. W. M1LL&APS,
JOHS 1IANWAY, H
T It CIIWAN- ft
J. 11 JAYSE, H. :. WATSUn.
JAMES K. NEQU8.
Wo solicit the accounts oi Individu
als, Corporations aud Business Firms
Tho double liability ot shareholders
of National Banks furnishes almost
absolute security to depositors.
We give most careful attention to
the lutcrests oi our customers in mi
matters intrusted to us.
Wo arc. prcparod to glvo liberal
accommodation iu the way of ioan to
customers whose average balances
We issue Time Certificates of De
posit bearing interest.
rllory, but wheu they subdued it wbs
found that they had donelers damage
than was feared, at compared with
other years; tho breaks wore few iu
number aud ihe watur was exception
ally high, the modoralo stages of wa
ter having been iu these later years
fairly well controlled."
The Journal of Commerce, will have
nothing of Cowden aud his outlets.aud
is sick aud tired pf having the.m trol
ling out with overy hih water. 1'.
believes that iho Mississippi Commis
siou is doing good work, and it rea
lizes that it was never pretended that
It had ihe river under full coiilro
but only that it was KeUlng beiltr
control of it from year to year. It
there is one fact well established by
the present liitib water it is tbb, for
although the flood has been much
greater than ever before, the land
overflowed 1s less and, ihe damage is
less than iu many years of only moder
ate nee. It cnu see uo reasou in this
year's exparieuco for chauging tho
plan of river Improvimeut now uuder
way from whicb we have secured such
beneficial results, and it says:
"The separation of the Improve
ment of the Mississippi river from
N. (). Picayune
Imports from ihoso dlitrlcts iu the
f-omh whet-, Iho famed sen Warnl
lotig-Nlsple, coiton is grown Indicate
thai the crrp or such cotton for the
preseut year will tall from 20 to SO per
cout short of that of last seasou. This
shortage is attributed partly to the
unfavorable start Ihe crop has made,
uui mainly lo l lie unsalUfaclory sale
of Hie last erot). Last vmr Hi. .mi,
of tea island cotton reached 106.000
bagv which was about Ihe laree.i
ever recorded. Unfortunately theds.
maud, which everybody had supposed
would be equal to auy possible pro,
ductlon, did uot keep pace with tho in
crease in the crop: heuce iheu was aeon-
tmoratiio decline iu prices, and there
still remains a considerable stock un
sold for litis period of Iho year.
The discovery that the sea Island
cotton crop has a limit, beyond which
It U not enfj to go, will be considora
bl of a supnrisA lo the cotton inula!
The fact is si ranger when taken iu
couituction with tue kuowledgo that
ihe imports of Egyptian cottou duriug
eie ny long ouus the largest on
record, bring In rouud figures equiva-
ii ui io mu.uw Aiuencau bales. Il was
the prevailing beliof that the Imports
ofEgjptian worn iuteuded malnlv lo
supply the delicil iu tho production of
u'juiesnc long-stapie cotton compared
with tho demand. Tho fact that
Ejptiau Imports have largely incroas
ed iu the face of a sea island crop ap
parently iu exeess of requirement
would seem to show that the demand
for Egyptian is based upou something
el6e than ttie uocessily for supplyiug a
dotlcil in tbo home production oi long
It Is possible that the cost of Egyp
tian being lower than sea island mv
be au inducemeul, aud, i( this is the
case, there is no alternative except to
produce (he domestic long-staple cot
ton so as to sell it lu competition with
the lewer-priced Egyptian. If lower
cost is not the true explanation of the
large Importations of Egyptian, tbeu
it must be admitted there Is a tpecUl
demaud for tin foreigu cotton for some
particular descriptions ot manufac
turers. In that case tho importations
would not represent actual competi
tions with domosiic cotton, as was
feared by some might be the explanation.
Board ot Supervisors Meeting;.
E. H. WH AT , Jr., at tue Depot Hotel
Saloon, at the Y. il. V. It. K. depot,
is the place to buy your bottle of cock
tail and have your jug tilleifbetore. leav
IV ior vonr planturion home. am
Vicksburjf and Greenville Packet Co
other river works aud its assignment
CARRYING TJ. 8. MAIL.
Steam:rs Euth and Annie Laurie
Leave Greenville for Vlcks
burtr every Tuesday, Friday
and Sunday at i r, m.
Iieturninpi, leave Vlcksburg every
Monday, Thursday ana Saturday at 1
Boat leaving Vicksburg on Saturday
and Greenville on Sunday offers the
special Inducement of one fare of $li.50
tor the round trip.
i'irst-class passenger and freight ac
commodations, Cuisine unsurpassed,
The right is reserved to pass any land
ng deemed unsafe by the Captain com-mandvnir.
LtniS Staklino. Agent,
VVharfboat, Greenville, Miss.
' J J. POW jSUS, Supt., Vickiburc. Miss
" wLn Boats pass Ureenville, two
-8nL ea,,Q wav twice a week
Sunday and Wednesday. Boats going
up the river connecting at Memphis.
Cairo and St, Louis with all railroads
&no steamboat lines diverging. Careful
attention to way and plantation busi
ness. The right is reserved to pass any
landing deemed unsafe. .
Excursion rates now on sale to Mem
Phis, Cairo and St. Louis, with privilsge
of returning by rail. Rooms engaged for
any boat or date. Further information
cheerfully furnished on application.
J. J. HAYS, General Agent,
LNi STARLING, Agent, Greenville
I. SOMMER & SONS,
A Full Llue or
OPEN DAYnd NIGIIT
Hv you soeu Ilk
lures? If not ask tot
w ttylt plo
them at Bell's
to a commission of engineers was tho
result of au investigation, aud there
has bceu at lerst out. in vesl iyation
since tbo creation ot the commission,
was created for the Missiotiri rivor
becsuso the Mississippi commission
had giveu, if not full satisfaction, at
least more satisfaction, than the sepa
rate treatment of the seferal reaches
of the river. The river is not ::nder
control, but it is probably safe, to say-
that wheu Ihe floods are only moder
ately high there is now litlio overflow,
and whon tbsv are very histh the over
flow Is less destructive thau it used to
be. Year after year Capl. Cowden
gels eomo beuovelent geutleniau in
Congress to Introduce a bill to experi
ment with what he calls the outlet
system, but the subject has been x
amiuod aud reported on by omineut
engineers who regard it ss quite In
This is a common-sense wew "f the
matter. No worse policy could have
been suggested ttmu that proposed
during the height of the pauic that
we eDould abandon the levees be
cause a few of the weaker ones broke
aud adopt the first quack remedy pro
posed to us.
Peru recently adopted the gom
.i.h.pi .ml followiuc lu lis loot
steps, uow comes the uews that Boli
i. .knt ia tin iho same thing, al-
ihough it is reputed to be richer m
undeveloped or partly developed stiver
mines thau any other country on the
globo. The famous roiosi mi
Bolivia, aud geologists tell us that this
is' only ou of ihe rich veins with
which that country abounds, and is
net the richest oue. Bolivia Is still
nndeveloped. It needs ouly railway
communication and miuiug machinery
to pour out upon the world stores of
white metal surpassing those of he
Comslock lode of Nevada or tho Bio
ksn UIU of Australia. And yet it ap
nears that Bolivia wants the gold
standard. N. O. Stales.
A few days ago Senitor I'ettigrew
introduced into Iho body of which he
Is a member a bill to provide for Ike
submission to a popular vole at t hi
cougressioual election of 1898, ihe fol
lowing questions :
Shall Congress at once enact a law
providing for tho immediate free aud
unlimited coinage of silver and gold al
the ratio or 16 to 1 if
Shall the constitution of tue United
States bfi so ameudtid as to prevldo lor
the election of United Slates senators
aud of Ihe president aud vice presideut
by direct vote of the peoplo?
We were uuder the impreisieit that
the first question was practically passed
upou at the last national election, when
the great free silver apostle, ilon. Wil
liam Jeuuiugs Bryan, was so snm-j
manly turned down by a larno ma
jority of the voters of Iho country,
luuc silver was made ihe paramount
issue, aud there might have beeu a
chance of gettiug it if Mr. Bryan had
beeu elected, cither presently or re
mote bul the chance was uot taksn. As
to the other proposition wo should
like to see It submitted to the people
lo be pasxed upon, and it Is our con
(i.ient opiniou that their judgment
would be iu favor of the afflrmalive
side. There Is perhaps "a cat lu the
meal tub" of Senator Tettigrsw's
double-barrelled resolution ; be thiuks
if the resolution shall be passed it will
help lo keep the free silver issue alive,
and by coupling with ii tho proposi
tlou as to presidential and senatorial
elections, ihe latter will help to carry
ihe former io success, if wo take Ihe
ivhole of ihe resolution of the disliu
guishcd gentleman it may prove an.
other Trojan hone for all unsuspect
iug people. Naicbez Democrat.
The Boiinl of Supervisors met
in regular session on Monday, willi
the following nieinbeis present: C.
A. Winter, President; (1. P.. Alex
ander, B. L. Lee, J. A. Holliugs
worth, members; J. B. Hebron
sheriff; T. II. Hood, elerk.
The following accounts were al
J B Hebron Shff, va acts, 2207 00
T II Hood elerk, " 10S 7.')
I)r S K Dunn, jail physiean
May account, - 25 00
Ji Gordon, janitor, May, 25 00
K M McAtee, services, May 100 00
" labor on bridges 4!) Ii5
Greenville Light & Car Co.,
acct for Mch, Apr. May, 02 70
Gv. Hdw Co, nails etc, :1 10
L YKerr, plumbing !) 25
K KMontgoinerv&Co, luiiibr 22 OS
Marshall & Bruce, books 100 05
E V Brown, account, 10 25
Lake's COD Store, acct 1 25
Percy Bell, salry & stamps, OS 00
S Kdmundson, bury pauper 7 50
V B Cannon, various aects 15 50
B D Finlay, various aects, 29 75
Greenville Democrat, p rtg 4 50
S D Finlay, salary, etc, 20!) 50
Miss. Hdw Co, account, 17 27
S II McClintock, nails, 2 40
J C Jones, account, 17 40
John Caswell, account. 2 00
Russell Bros, account, ' 10 t3
H Summer & Sous burying
paupers, - - '5 25
Greenville Times, pub., 7 50
b D b inlay, extra labor, 50 00
Delta Guards, appopriation, 200 00
The petition of Anuie Laurie
Pippin to retail liquor at Elizabeth
The clerk was ordered to notify
Y. & M. V. li'y. Co. to repair cer
tain crossings on their line.
J. J. Henry aud B. O. McGee
were appointed to lay out a new
road aloilg Bogue Phalia and Six
Mile Bayou, aud to report same at
Kcporfc of J. B. Hebron as to
fines and costs read and approved.
It was.ordered that the following
mileage and per diem be allowed:
C A Winter, 1 day 32 miles 5 60
Geo B Alexander, 1 day - 4 00
n Ij Lee, 1 day 40 miles u 00
J A Hollingsworth, 1 day
(12 miles - - 7 10
J B Hebron, sheriff, 1 day 2 00
T II Hood, clerk, " ' 3 00
There being no more business
before the board they adjourned to
meet on first Monday in July.
For Ihe benefit of all those who are
subject to attacks of bilious colic and
severe cranipiug pains in the stomach
or bowels we wish to slate that Cham
horlalu's Colic, Gjolera and Diarrhoea
Komcd5 gives immediate relief aud is
pleaiaut aud safe to lake, f or sale
by Clarke's Drng Store.
Our Sfeglige Mkirts.
This seasou, many neglige shirts
will be seen going lo busiuess.
Some '11 bo uunomforiable not fit.
Some colors 'II fade.
Others 'II be poorly cut, badly made.
Not If bought hero.
Warner & Siarlks Co.,
IIENBV T. IREVS, Jr.
lississii Valley Wis z ft
Huilroiut to the -
And IuieniiViMi".! Kxpo.-il i,,n
will l m
Lile I'm in April 1.
(in- ;i ..,
Sl.J I' fnr ti,i' runl ti
Or.ti.bf r l:, lv 7, gMinl i'.,r
rrmii ii;ao nf :f.
0 no r.ir tln nn.iitl ff:., i
Thur-i;o s oi t';;i'li m-k un
iiuoa lor rt'tuin tin -i
Km'iii hIgii Tii kcta
lit, an fullowfl .
.n Mile ilaily until
it it 1 1 1 S eii'iU'r 7,
u .,;e il.i
211 Main Street,
We represent none but reliable
and solicit a share of you r lusintss.
J. S. WALKER, President.
W. X(K)o, HOSE, (
n .lv 'I'li.'sil.iv- unl
Lit "f ai
h. ,U. MIDKI.t.liA
W.M. MLHU-, liv. I':l-(,. A'llt, Nf'VV llrU-.ui-
Jno A. Slom, Uiv. fa.-s. Afii-i.l, .Mpiiii.liii.
vn nr -i
is a i
. uhui i iiuiniiniiTn nvid
c 7 "J t W ' 'J WW 'Jill
A. M. HANSON, II 1.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
Postponed Spring examina
tions will occur as follows :
For colored teachers, at School
Xo. 2, Friday and Saturday,
June 11th and lJth. Exami
nation begins at !. a. in.
I. sin s sons.
Collections and Correspondence Solicited
ttTAll Correspondence answered and remittances made on day rcceiv
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.,
Foreign Exchange on all Civilized Countri,
Si: VUHK C'UKKE.miNDK.NT: 'j
NATIONAL P.AIiK T3ANI!
UUCKN villi:, MISS.
Scroll Turuiiia u:id T.iiiks of all si.es
made to order on tdmrl notice unit
salisficl ion giiaraniofil.
Orders by T'-l-i:-nf or Tebgra-di
I'rompitv AltitlKiod I...
Ueduccd Rates to .Nashville via South
ern Kaliway, Account Tennessee
MISSISSIPPI COTTON OIL Ct
R. W. FORT. Acting Manaeer.
Cotton Seed Oil, Meal, Oil Cake and Linten
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Seed
Either Free on Board Cars at Kallroad Stations, or Delivered at Mill.
L L CILK.EY.
L. L. GRIFFITJ
The Sonriifi ii i;
from 'ill of iN prin
ets to Aiiiliviiln an
low rate on ticcoun
Centennial. Call i
station- t j ! -turn
Railway agent for particulars regard
ing schedule!- und detail in formation
about rates aud ticket-.
n. i.,m.l devotes much space.
i .. - - . . i .1.-,
aud effort iu n attcuipi io ..o "...
tb preseut Attorney or iue i m,
Mr. Siller Iitqu.1 lu point of ability
to oueofth. tele Attorneys, Mr. Ls-Pr-v
The Journal is entitled
to its opiuion.-KosedsleDeniocral.
In treating childreu for coughs,
colds, croup or whcping couo, u
inedieut ta have a medicine that Is
nleaiant 10 take. ui.. -- -
berlaln's Cough Remedy, ii i"J
er loo. For Ml.br Clarke's Drug
The old reliable House Mover is
anion? vou. aud ready for business.
Mauy years' experience is my guaran
tee that all wort entrusted to me win
be satisfactorily done. Leave orders
1 Yegor's Bakery, or address 705
Main St., Greenville, Miss.
juuc5-lin THOS. H PEUIiY.
m m m
Amid criminatiou aud recrimina
tion, "you did" and "I didu'f' aud the
like, John Marshal! Stoue looms up
grandly, aud evervbody points to hiru
with pride. He Is a bright, particular
star iu the firmament of this common
wealth, aud, whether in the executive
chair or lu the walks of private life,
has tho unlimited connueuee oi me
whole people Mississippi JJureau
Fair Inst aud true, every wora oi it.
liroilier Wlisnu. but uot because of
bis Eoldbue seniimeuls. Governor
Stone has beeu tried aud fouud true
in all the walks of lilo, aud while many
differ with him ou political qiietlious
he is honored aud resptcled of all meu,
aud enjoys the coi'tideuoe of the State
as do few meu. Diloii Review.
Even a slight improvement iu busi
ness is remarkable while Congress
till refuses to take auy step toward
currency rerorin aud proposes in
creased uxatioti as the only remedy
for hard times.
That busiuess Is fretting better is ev
ident from ninny signs. The fiuiticial
reviews and commercial agencies pub
lish reports from all parts ef the coun
try which indicate this.
Tiic reports of railroads show iu
oresxd earning over ihoso of the
same peiiod laH year. Another sig
nificant aud hopeful sign is the fact
that the money now In circulation iu
this country is $138,149,612 more thau
the circulation oue year ago, the total
amount in circulation last Saturdav
The absence of speculative interest
is uot au uumixed evil. It indicates
that what improvement is taking place
iu bumiiess is healthful.
The record of last week is, ou the
whole, guile cuceurgiug, and we be
lleve ihe movement iu iho right direc
tion will continue.
Sninmer Scnool, Yonns Women's CM-
laii AssociauojJsnYillc, N, C,
Reduced Uaies via r.utiioru Railway.
For tlis occasion of the meeting of the
Slimmer School of the Vouni; Women'
Christian Association at Ashville, X.
C June 13-2.1, 1SH7, the southern Rail
way will sell tickets to Ashvllle. X. C.
and return :it rate of one fare for the
round trip ; tickets will he sold June
Kith, Itth, ami i"Uli, eooJ to return un
til June -.'Till. 1 ",".
Call on any iient of ihe Southern
Railway for limber information.
Post Office Comer,
A full liue of latest Periodicals and Novels.
A first-class assortment of WHITIXGS, HURDS and CRANE'S fim
papers, Courtesy Notes, Iuvitatious and Visiting Cards. vg nnil
BLANK BOOKS, MERANDUMS, TABLETS, ETC. v 10-'-
BASE BALLS, BATS, AND SPORTING Haoturo
Sa?-Ordere taken for Eugraviug. Printing and Special Blank Books.
Anything uot lu stock will he ordered proir9 nnesl
ESPECIA.L ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDEUknr
Bummer school I. il. r. a., Knoxvnie,
Tenn. Seduced Kates via gnatbern
For the occasiou of the meiliiB of
the Summer School of the Y M. C. A.
at Kuoxville. Tei;:i, .T . i s f j 8-27, 1897
Ihe Souther:! Rnihvay nil! $..; tiekets
to Kuoxville and return at rate of one
fare for rouud trip. Tickets will be
sold Juno 16th to 19;h inclusive, ?ood
to returu until Jims III, 1S97. Call on
any agent r-f ilie Scuitliern Railway
ID. 4 S. SFENGLER Planters Cotton Seen: aifl CrnsMng Aa
Xivcr Commission'! Expenditures,
Washington, June 7- The Secretary
of War seut to the Senate to-day a
statement shewing the total expendi
tures uuder the Mississippi River Com
mission up to date. The statemeut
was made iu response to a resolution
of Inquiry, aud shows tho total for the
river above the Passes is $21,357,331,
with au uuexpendid appropriation of
$856,368. On the jetties aud below
the South Pass $8,222,773.
Radgesky A Co. keep a superior
Krade of Whiskies, Wiues and Cigare,
aud all they ask Is a trial from the
public to couviuce them of the fact.
Every effort will be made to please all
who enter their deort, and expert aud
accomodating barteuder will o found
ready te fill all orders lu the most sat-
A young lady asked au editor how
lo make "not euougb', out of "enough''
aud he tella bar It Is easy. Take the
31,91 aud 1st letters of the word
"enough'' for the first, aud the 6tb, !tb
aud 5ih for the tecoud aud you will
have two words that will siguify some
thing that Is net euough for any young
lady. Arrange the letter according to
the above direcllous aud see what you
Kel- - - -
Claret by, the Gallon
at the Merchants Ex-
ft h r V f .A i ' - -5''r
Siair Work and Interior Finish,
ii.iiokim: ami (i iiixn
Write for prices.
os-tf VicKsnnn;, miss
ESTABLISH i-D 1SSS.
The old and Reliable IJakerj
Family ami Fancy
Con fed ion a ries. etc.
FRESH BREAD, CAKE, E;c.
Coustantly "a !i:iud.
Goods delivered at ail hours ot the da)
Fresh Bread doiiveaed at rtsi
disnces every evening,
Thanking my patrons and the public
generally for past patrouajre. 1 respect
nllv. reuuest a coutinuaiK'e otthe san.e
NEUUS. PrVt. A BLt'M,
B. ALEiANOKR, General Minus".
Vice-Pres't. .US, ROBFRTSIIAV .
UENRV CHITTENDEN, SctrtCt ,
lie Planters Oil II.
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton See
I'atronage solicited. Tromi't settlements made and satisfaction Iguarantccd.
Save your corn and buy Cotton Seed Meal to fi
your stock. It is cheaper and more nutritous
1'Ianters are cordially invited to call and inspect ot Mill building, mac'
and conviences. and learn our plan of nmnaeeuient and operation.
S. . Bkotvn. fresidnt.
XI Jl. Joxks, Vice-I'iiti,
B. Ryan, Sec'y and
K. SrEan, GenT 11a
II. Scoti, Wholesale Liquor,
carries the largest stock in the
tar Job rr'ntmi; or even' description
pi'MtV and i,jm, -r-M.- nf i(.n
Pittsburg oal o?
JOHN B. SCRUGGS, Manager.
COAL AND WOO
First Fool Pittsburg Coal, the best in the mar
supplied to Steamboats, Railrvadsjr
Machinists and rami I1"
,"!) or night.
i-.d, and picture
Office near Foot of M
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