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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOILMNO, AUiUM 21. 1S7S.
yr n. SMITH, M. D.
Olllcfl ami Ili-sliU iii o :
NO. il THIKTKENTIl STREET. CAIIIO. ILL
1 W. P' NX I NO, M.I).
Oitlt-e Slid KfsiiliMic :
OFFICE N W. cor. Sixth t., twur Ohio Lereo,
HKslHENCE -Corner Walnut and Nintli stru.'ts,
2JH. E. W. W1IITLOCK,
Orni 1-Nd. IV. Commercial Avenue,
Eighth and Nluih Mrceu
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKIf E-Eii;hlb Street, uear Commercial Avenue.
Q P. WHEELER,
A 1 1 o v noy-a t - Ia v.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth anil S!-;th .
IN EG All & LANS-DEN,
OFFICE -No. 1V1 Commercial A renin'.
Fiu'Coluinbits Hickman ami 'e Madrid
T. T. HILLMAX,5a
JOSEPH AM DUOS Muste r.
LEAVES CAIHO EVEilY
TIESDAY.THUR.SDAY and SATURDAY
For fn U-ht or paa.re apply on Ha'.liday A Phil
litis" WL'irl'hoat. ur to
JAMES 1UO0S. A.vut.
W Ohio Levee.
CJAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
I.KaVE LJAVtl IXAVE
Foot Funrta t. Missouri Land'. Kcutikky Ld'g.
lo a. in.
4 b. m
vi a. m.
lo:;i a. m.
:i:i p. m.
4 :i l m.
:j p. in.
f p. m.
AXXol'XC F.M F.XTS.
4" Wear-; authorized to announce the D ime of
Samuel Kriley of Haicwood a a Candidate fur
County Commissioner of Alexander county a! the
euioiinj November eie'tiou.
"W't arc authori.ed to annoim:- John lloije.
(l a candidate forShcrifTof Alexander county at llu
ensuing November election.
J U"e are authorized to mmo'incc II LdF
LIN as a candidate for Mieritr of Alexander co-..nty.
subjeet to the dcci-luu ol the people at the fiction
lu November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN'.
Only Mnriiiiijr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFK IAI. I'Al'Elt OF THE CITY A Mi COfXTY.
Sial rrv r.. I
Caiiio. l:i .. :;, )i. 7. ,'
Time. Jiar. Tu-r . Hum Wind V.-:. W.-atie
0:i nr,'.'.i; o sv Cloiidc
J l:ll- ."""I xi ; W n fair
J pin. :ui !i M C i.i Fair
: JS.1 W M W T fair
.Maximum Tlcnmeiiet.-r. HI s ; Minimum Tticr"
ttniuicicr, Tj; ; liamlail, .uo Inch.
W II HAY.
Her't Si;-ual Corp-, I'. . A.
Two lit NDKED dozen ladies', jfelits" and
children's ho-, at the lowest prices ever
seen in this city. Stuart, Kiirlitli street.
111!. W. C. Jixklyx. dentist, will he found
hi his offi.-c on Eighth street, uml is prcpar
v to 'iw entire Mitkactioii in ail bnttwl.r-s
of Jeijti!rv at low rutes.
Notice.-On ami after Monday, August
If. ami until further notice, the Str. James
Fik. Jr., will leave Cairo at 4 p. in. insteiul
of 3 p.m.a heretofore. II. E. TAVI.on.Capt,
(iitKAT liarains in lileacln-il uml nn
'l'le:u'heil cottons. Special haru'ains at , 7
uuilSe, All inscriptions of cotton ooo.ls
are (irmly hehl at mivaneeil rates. )o not
duliiy purchases. Stcaiit, Kihth struct.
(iF.NKRAL LOCAL ITKM
The county jail contains sixteen prison
ers. Os. Creenley, Ksip, of (!ose Mnn.1,
iiii'l Ju.loe JamesC. McCrite.onia.h woi.nl,
were in tne city ycstcnlny.
City Jailer Muhoncy, -villi his foree ()f
calaboose huuils, was enoijye.l yestenlay in
the man holes of the city sewers.
Circuit Clerk John A. Reeve, with
Iris family, has t Alto pass to spend h
Hliort vacation, He will return the lat of
-Mr. John P. Hely win ,,11V, ht
Louis, his future home, to-day. Mr. Hely
is tin old citizen, hiohly ..st,.,.,,,,,,! ,y llis
neighbors and the puhlic x,.t,,r.,iV) ,, ,liH
lejiarture from Cairo will . ',e.r,etted
On Saturday iit.it last l,iir:urs enter
ed the saloon of John Kuehler, mi Einhth
Blreet. und curried oil" several lu.v,,. c
cigars, koiik; winu and whi-ky ami n snti
amount of chanjr'. There i no due to th
Then.1 is very little news to he (,),.
Uined now in river circles. The ipianui
tine ha virtually stopped river tiallle und
the number of boats itrriving Ht this port
are very few. The Arknnsim Helle, from
jivunsviiie, win tlie only boat that came in-
.. . . .
to port yesterday. She left ou her return
While mi his rounds yesti'rday. Hob
Heard, of the mounted patrol force, found n
flatliout tied up to the 1 :mk of the Mississip
pi river opposite Kline's brickyar I. In the
boat he found an old man iiloue and sick.
The matter was reported to the I muni of
henltli mill tin. chief of Police WHS directed
to look into the matter.
James Dully, llu; youn man arrested
on Saturday lat by Officer Sheehan and
Deputy Sheriff Hodi.'.'. for pltiyinif a confi
dence jrame on Lewis Pettit, ot I hebes pre
cinct, was before 'Squire Robinson yesterday
for a preliminary hcarinif, and was held to
bail in the sum of two hundred dollars. He
could not jfive bail and was hs ked up,
Mayor Winter has closed his business
Louse and devotes his entire time and at
tention to the board of health. Jack would
not ;ive up the position of mayor of Cairo
for the presidency of the United States or
for an inheritance of heaven. He had rath
. ., . , , ii
cr l ic mayor man an !ini;ei any oav. rcr-
haps this is beoar.s' he knows he wouldn't
make a pretty anue'. though in the nYh he
('lure Gibs' n and Clark Howman
wi re before his honor Judae Yikiiiu, m
Monday, for a hestin on a chiiri' of lar
ceny, i iiese are tuc ooys who were arrci
ed a week r ten d-iys Hifo for brcakim; into
. . . . i t. .
cars on tlie Illinois ionir.it tracs. iscitio;
under ae, thev were sent to the reform
hool at Pontine for the term of one ver
. . . a- ... ...'.- il ... .1 ... .1 . .
caell. rv'crin Mitlp .or I ouuac w iui uie
Imys in charge, on Monday afternoon.
The negro, Georue Hotter, wh iwas.hot
by another negro named James W,xnls. at
the corner of Eiyhth treet and Ohio 1, vet-
on .'Ion, lay nuiit. was sv.a ai.ve at n.ne
o'cliK'k last night tl.ov.-li but slight hopes
for las rti-overv were entertained. The ball
enti red IhkIv about an itict al-ove the
navel and lodged in i.i- low,.'I. He bled
very little outward y fr-nn the wound, and
it was believed that !o.' w-i blredim: within.
Wim-b. who did t', !i.o:ifig. is till in
jail and wi',! n ' 1- i:i v.-:i a hearing until
the fate of his vj.-riiu i d' Tenuined.
A St. Louis drummer named Miih r,
arrived at FUlnior on Sunday, and on Mon
day tried tocTos tlie riwr to Cairo on the
f'rrvliot Three States. le.:t was met at the
wharllby the chief of jil. e and compelled
to return to the K-nfjeky side of the river.
Yesterday he telegraphed to th" mayor that
there was no way for him to get nwav from
Fiilmop- unless -Unwed to conic to (Vim to
take the ears, and if je rtllitted to cross the
river .In-wmiid h-nve on the ti 1st train. Per
mission wms gnnt" I, a'el h" cine- ov.-r in
time to cateh tie-otv o'elo, k train on the
Illinois Central railroad.
Probate court. Judge I!. S. Yocinn pre
siding. wa in ses.ioti tor a s,,rt time yes
teniae. Then- wa ti'd lnueh biisiness trans-act.-d.
L'.-vi Jordan, iruardian of John P.
Jordan, ma hi- firi-i ! report which was
a. proved and Mr. Jordan discharged from
further dii'y. Emily Laar. ad!ii;nitr:itri.
of the e-t.lte of Mitchell Laar. Illlele re
port of her management of the nrhiirs
of the estate, which report
was approved. Mrs. 1 zar also made her
re pott a guardian of the minor chidren.
which wa- a'.-o approved. Court adjourned
until court in c.ui.e.
There was a regular meeting of the
Women's Christian Temperance Union held
yesterday in t'ue rooms of the Red Itibbim
Reform club. The attendance was large.
The committees appointed to secure signa
tures to the petitions requesting tlie council
to grant no more license to HI liquor, un
less upon the petition of a majority of the
legal voters, and h majority of the women
over eighteen years of age, residing in the
ward in which the saloon is to be located,
reported. While tli" petitions Were signed
by a great many ladies, the number of men
was not near so large. The petitions will
be laid befor" the city council at the next
Tin; story having been circulated about
town yesterday lo the ctl'cct that a man a
stranger had died of yellow fever the night
previous at the boarding house kept by Mr,
Win. O'Call than, at the corner of Fourth
street end Commercial avenue, n reporter
for Th k Ri i.i.ltin yesterday made an inves
tigation into the affair, and ascertained tho
following facts: The man had been in the
city for about six weeks, and was n piano
tuner by profession. He was sixty years
old, and sick when he came to Cuiro. For
the last two or three weeks he was scarcely
able to j,'o up und down stairs without as
sistance, and it was a common remark
among the boarders that the old man was
not going to last much longer, (in Satur
day he was more than usually feeble, and
on Sunday took to his bed, and on Monday
evening he died. He was buried tit an
early hour yesterday morning. He was
penniless und friendless, but did not have
('apt. J. 0. (irnintn'T of the Cairo and
Evaiisville packet line was in the city ytg.
terday and endeavored to inuka some ur
rungeinents by which his boat might be al
lowed to enter this port, A spei ial meeting
of the board of health was culled, and a
private, consultation at which only tin
members of the board wore present, it wus
agreed to ullow tho Arkunsus Helle, which
come down yciterduv to laud tit tho Yin-
odine whurf hout, ami put tiff a lot of corn,
t i ,
"in none oi ner crew nor passengers were
allowed to comu on shore. During the
meeting dipt, Griimmur was in the front
""in, und tlesired to consult with tliulNia.nl;
but u. ,.,., n t. . .t
1,1 u """H as tlie private meeting was over,
all of the members of the board, excepting
Mayor Winter, left the room in a lsnly, und
only the mayor was left to explain what
action the bor.rri hud taken. This action on
the part of the board is regarded by many
as extremely discourteous and uncalled for.
That ('apt. Grammar felt the insult was
apparent to all present.
Health officer Summerwell yesterday
swore out a warrant for the arrest of Mr.
Valentine Hosch, charging him with main
taining a nuisance and refusing to abate it.
officer Summerwell. a few days ago, exam
ined the yard in the rear of Resch's vege
table, stand on Eighth street, and finding it
in had order, full of rubbish and offal, such
as would naturally accumulate aliout a
place such as Mr. Resell keeps, ordered
him to clean up and disinfect the premises.
Failing to obey the order, Resell was yester
day arrested and taken bi fore Justice Com
ing? for trial. Mayor Winter and Health
othVcr Summerwell appeared as witness's
for the city, while Mr. Rcsch had no less
than ten witnesses to prove thai his premises
were not in an unclean or unhealthy
cmdition. The bulk of the tes"
titnony was on Resch's side, and he w,i dis
charged. Later in the afternoon, at the
request of the health officer, S veral mem
bers of the lioanl of health and a number
of other gentlemen examined the premises,
and another warrant was sworn out against
Resell. The trial will come off before
'Squire Conings this morning, when those
who attend may expect to hear some t ill
My fall stock of ladies' and children's cus
tom shoes are now being made .inri will be
ready abuit September 1st. Every pair of
my shoes are w arranted not to rip.
Stcaiit. Eighth street.
On Tuesday next, Mr. Tom Winter will
off r at public auction, the (litest collection
of household Furniture ever offi-rcd in
Caiio. Complete advertisement in a day
WlNTElt's PlIoTOollAI'lllc Gw.I.KIIY.
Strangers in the city, or those intending to
viit Cairo, are invited to vi.sit Winter's
photographic parlors on Sith street, be
tween Commercial and Washington live
nues, and examine specimens of his work on
New Yhyk Stoisk We now hnvingcom
pieted the ii"W addition to our building,
it gives us the largest commercial establish
tueiit in S'Uthern Illinois. Y'c are now
receiving our new stock, which we claim
tar exceeds any stock heretofore carried in
Southern Illinois: Consisting of full lines
in dry g'oo.ls, groceries, Umts and shoes,
wood and willow ware, peice goods, hats
and caps clothing. queetisWare, tinware,
hardware, plows, harness, furniture, wines
and liquors, tobacco and cigars, )i.h salt,
bacon, nails, etc.
We claim after an experience of fourteen
years in Cairo, that goods bought from lir-t
hands, in large ipiantitics, lind bottom price-,
and that we will sell tit wholesole and re
tail lower than any other houe in this sec
tion. We know newspaper Iik is cheap,
but wo ak tlios'' in want of goods to call
and see us. obtain our prices and lie satisfied
that We mean what we say. The old but
now enlarged New York store will .-ell
goods lower than any other house-in Cairo
All orders promptly 1'lhd and prices
guaranteed as low as St. Louis.
( has. o. Patiku A' Co.
COTTAbi: AND LOT
AT AKTION 111! I'ltlVATK CAI.E. TIU llsDAY
AKTI.ItNooN AT ' 0'MH'K, At'OI'ST 2s?, 17.
Frame cottage of !i rooms and hall, with
an inclosc'd kitchen attached, situ
ate on lot 14, block 47, first addition to
the city of Cairo, on Twenty-tirt street, bet.
Washington avenue and Poplar street.
A cistern of large capacity with pump at
tached, and stable on the premises.
Cottage in complete repair, and newly
painted and papered. Property unincum
bered and title guaranteed.
For general information and terms ap
ply to Tom Wintkk, Auctioneer.
Liver is Kim;. The liver is the imperial
organ of the w hole human system, its it con
trols the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper action,
all kinds of ailments are the nuturbl result.
The digestion of food, the movements of the
heart und blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system are all immediately connect
ed with the workings of the liver. It has
been successfully proved that Green's Au
gust Flower is unequaled in curing all per
son's alllicted with dyspepsia or liver com
plaint, ami all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of the
liver and stomach. Sample bottles to try,
10 cents, Positively sold in all towns on
the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
PoVKUTY AND Sl'r'KEHINO, "I WHS down
with debt, proverty und suffering for years,
caused by u sick family and large bills for
doctoring, which did them no good. I was
completely discouraged until one year ngo.
Ay the advice ol'my pastor, I procured Hop
Hitters and commenced their use, and in
one month we wen; all well, and none of us
have seen a sick day since, and I want to
say to all poor men, you can keep your fam
ilies well a year w ith Hop Hitters for less
tliuu one doctor's visit will cost. I know it.
Ll'MiiKlt. Parties needing sidewalk lum
ber cun be supplied ill car load lots, or less
quantity, by calling at lumber yard of J. S.
McGahey, corner Twentieth street mid
Washington uvuimu, Cairo, 111.
HOARD OF HKA'LTlf.
M KK.TINO VEST KIIIIA Y MOUNINO A M'MIIKU
OF PKIIMITS ISSI KI).
The board of health met nt half past
eight o'clock yesterday morning, all the
inemlicrs being present. Tho business
transacted was of no special importance ex
ccpt to the parties specially interrested.
A. L. Dreysucker, president board of
health at Little Rin k, tel cgraphed to tin
lioard of health here that there is no neces
sity for quarantining against that point, as
they have no fever and no connection with
any of the infected districts.
I'DllMITS issi KD.
The Iron Mountain road asked permission
to bring over one car of tobacco, six coops
of chit kens, and "D. Axtel, division super
intendent of the road." The request was
granted. The same road was granted cr
mission to bring over one car of niai hinerv
for -Mound City.
Permission was also granted the I hicag' ,
St. Louis mid New Orleans road to transfer
eleven cars of tobacco, wheat, pig iron and
The Green Line was given permission ti
bring four curs of lumber into the city. '
The Southern express comiianv tiskul
permission )Vr one of their agents to crt ms
the river daily to receive money packages
fnun the express messenger on the Missis
sippi Central. Permission grunted provided
such packages are properly disinfected.
The tug ('has. Xellis was granted periuis
sien to tow the Green Line wharf Imat to
Hickman, on condition that she bring
passenger or freight back.
The petition of Julius S.irbian, asking
leave to go on with the street rilling on
Thirty-fourth street, was rejected.
. H. Goodrich, of Chicago, asked per
mission to take lumber from Metropolis to
Cairo, and that the captain be allowed to
visit the freight office in this city. Permis
sion granted provided none of the crew be
allowed to enter the city.
Request i if the Iron Mountain railroad,
asking the Uiard to allow them to ship to
bacco, lumber, coiititry produce, etc., into
the city, was njei ted.
n )H-titi m of Messrs. Halliday Rros..
J. M. Phillips and Col. J. S. Rourricn, re
questing that the .steamer Scuridcr and tow
boat Grand Luke, of the Mississippi Valley
barge line, be allowed to land at this port
and transact their business, subject to the
regulations of the board, the boats to pre
sent to the Mayor a certificate from the
quarantine physician at this port thiit they
are c lean and in a licuithy condition, was
The board then adjourned .
Sl'Ki I AI. lj.Uto ANS in corsets at 2.'. ."ill. 7)( .
and if l.OO, at Stuart's, Eighth street.
NhTH K TO Co.NTIlAlTolis. Sealed pro
posals will be received nt tin; hoot and
shoe store of (.'. K'jch, on Comm. rcia 1
Avenue, between oth and tith streets until
Thursday evening, Aug. 2!)th,tor building a
two story brick building on the next lot
south of the store. Plans and specification
can be seen by applying at the store. AIo
bids w ill be received for lillilli.' Up the same
lot. For particulars apply at the store.
Cm no, Ills., Aug. in, l's7s.
(ink HfNPitKP pairs new and thoice
-tyles fall prints just received at Stuart's,
Qi Eitv. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg liro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price.'
Choice Hacon, Hants, Sides ami Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Ducket Lard, Dreakfast Hacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. WnniiiT,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee.
1.KTTIK COLEMAN'S LUXURY.
Mrs. Lettiu Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
Arrival and Departure, of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Express i!:im p.m. l:lo p.m.
Mall. 4:im d in. V to p.m.
Kreltfbt 7:10 a. m :im a.m..
freluhf il:au p.m. 4::iop.iii.
CAIRO ANI VINCENNEsl ItAII.KOAl).
Mull in:'"' p.m. 4:-t:ni.m.
ST. LUC IS, I. M.ANC tSUlTIIKKN RAILROAD.
Expre .Von ii.tn. S:K)p.ni.
CAIRO AND ST. LOt IS RAILROAD.
Thronirli Expre 11:1.1 p.m. Kbit a.m.
Murphy phoru Aceninnioiliitloii.lJiMi p.m. p.m.
Except sinnday. tExicpt Monday.
Mayor Henry Winter.
Treasurer II.' . I'aiker.
( lerk-J. I). 1'hlllU.
Ciiilinclor W m. II. (illbert.
Marshal ('. D. Arter.
Attorney -W. J. MeOec,
IVilIco MHetrte-J. J. Illrd.
noAIIII or AI.KKIINRS.
First Ward lien. Yociim. Win. O'Callahnii.
Second Ward Wood Klttenliousu, ', I). Thistle
wood. Third Wnrd-W. 1'. Wrlitltl. John Wood.
Koiirth Ward -Charles O. l'aller, I). .1. Foley.
Fll'tU Ward-T. W, Hiilllday, Chus. Luucustcr.
Circuit Jndi;i! D, J. Iliikor,
Circuit Clerk-4. A. lteevea.
County Jildu'e It. H. Yonim.
County Clerk N. J. llamm.
County Attorney W. C. Mulkcy.
Coitntv Treasurer A. J. Aldcu.
Coroner It. Kttxw-m.'..
County Coiiiml!oi:ur T. W. Hiilllday, M. V
rou, ileu. W, Gammons.
Pint Bottles, with -Directions.
W CENTS 1EU BOTTLE.
In Cartoons, avHIi .Directions.
23 ("IS. EACH, OK WEKMIEI) OCT AT lo CIS. 'Kit LII.
Chloride of Lime;
Bromo Chloral urn.
Full Supply at
13 a i -clay
IO. Il.lli" IS
GRAIN. H'U UANDHAV.
l'r icii't ch
Highest Cash Price Paid lor Wheat.
aiTiiers' Toliiicco Warehouse
General Continissioii Merchuiits,
Nos. I'.'" and lit rotnmer- i (i . . .,, . I r t
cul Avenue )
r I It Kit A I. Ailvancements mode on Cuii-iune uU
of ToIiai.cn. Flour and Orain.
FOUEIiiX COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
gMITII, HACK Sc CO.,
NO. :l) IIItOAD STHEET,
Iti'specllully Solicit ConsljjumetitB of
PROVISIONS. PRODUCE, CHAIN AND
TO which they will ijlvo careful and prnmtit nt
. teliliiui. They are prepared to maku llhcnil
mil will iiko their best offnits for tho Interests of
those favoring them with couDlKnuicum.
Hefer.br permission, to National Bask, or Au
gnslu; National Exuianu Hash, of Ansusta, On.
,T 1 1
LI 1 1
.1.1 U xr
M t l Plctiiini
( XCLAI3I KD (iOODS
-T A UCTION'. '
"niii-.' ts sii Sillied j.kms will be ..,;.! ,
i lion to .ati-fy rlalm" for Fr. i.-l.i :
o.'i l.arfleei:. No. 1 and 'i of t.,
Hailidav and I'liilllpn W'.aftioit ( u., fu.it c.r Si,.:
street. ( airo. Ills., on
Comnieiitiiig ut lo O'clock A. II.
utile's sooner claimed and chart's paid.
T. W. Dowdy. 1 bos II. II. (io.xls. 1 hbl. Molans.'.;
O. K. Willliims. :i packages ShniKle Machine; I..
Siillhau, :l lioxes II. II. tioods, 1 Hide (inn; Nancy
Tlminiius, t Sewing Maehlne; O. W. Mines. 1 Heaper
and Mower; i. M. i. P. Wure, 1 box Hardware;
I' H., 1 box Lnaf Tobacco; .1. It. Llnseulmrir. 1 box:
Iliinkln & Co., 11 empty Cuddles; W. M., 1 iackaue
Wardrobe; I', ii. Co., 1 package L. (ilass; H. Jt Co.,
J Wood Chillis; White Co., M box S. Tobacco; W.
A. West, ii boxes DriiL's; A. W. ( arr, 1 Ilasket
Clothliie; .In-. ( nickel!, I llnx: ,1. Lind-ey. 1 Mall
llurrel; CM. Power. 1 Tall Chest; dnhii Hrowa,
i boxes llnitiily; T. II. Sander. bundle Paper; II.
V. Pearee, I box Siindrh. I Ilarrel: E. Hlehiird-oti,
1 box ILirdMiire; I). A. su n". I box Sundries; Tllloo
& Taylor. I ke Soda: Z..I box (ilassware; M F.
P.. t boxen I.iiioi. :i barrel Liquor.: Mr. S. II.
(ilasscnck. 1 box II, II. lioods; (inricy. 1 chet
Tool; (1. It.. I Hat Hack: .1. M., 4 lied Hull; S. II.
1 lied lialls; S. I... 1 lied Kails; J. .. I Sack Seed;
M. W.. 1 Stiiudiird for L. (ilnss: Mr. T. Ilorre und
L. Davis, I lot II. ll.Ooiids; .1, A. P.. 1 Drnavi
Dun Itohlnsoii, 1 Old Carriage: Jolin Points, I
Trunk. No Murks: IS boxes Sundries; ICnskWInc;
4 barrels Molasses ; ; barrel Mnlnssrs; 1 kes Horse
shoes; 1 bail Moats; U Tin C'tius: 5 bundles Chair
Stuh"; i Tool Chesls; 4 l.ouiitfe F. ml: ft but die
lied Ends; 7 bundle lied End; 1 Immlli' lied
Slat: 1 kei ,Moliies: 1 Jun Molasses: :) blllldes
Waitnti Hubs; 3 reams Paper; 1 L'hnlr; 1 IceCreiim
Freezer; 1 Heed Planter; 1 bundle Haines; I liarber
Chair; 1 Sheet Iron Store; I bntf Cotton; 10 Hunks
Sundries; 1 bundle. Wuon Spoke ; 1 Stove Drum;
il LiMikliiK Olass; 'i ki'Ks Powder; I chest Clothlim;
1 Common rUore; l hnndlu Currlnu; 4 Hulls Uiu
Hjlnn; il Plasterer's Trowels; 1 bundle: (ilnsswiire;
I package Clici k ttelns; 5 do.eii Wnhhoard; :i
KlaiiKcs; I box Oenslnii Large Tool Doxev; U'c-nk
store and Fixtures.