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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TIIUKSDAV MOUMNU, AUPUSl 22, 1678.
1. SMITH, M. I).
OlhVe ami nosMenoe:
XO. SI TIIIItTEESril STREET, CAIKO, ILL
W. DUNNING M.D.
Office and Residence :
OFFICE-N.W. cor. Sixth t.. near Ohio Lowe.
K E s I DEN CE Corner Walnut and Mtb i"'19'
R. K. W. WlUTLOC lv,
Orriee-Xo. IV. Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
H. W. C. JOtELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue,
C P. WHEELER,
OFFICE-Ohlo Levee. bet. Fourth and Sixth m.
J IXEGAK & LAXSDEX,
OFFIC'E-No. IV! Commercial Avenue.
STEAM Hi ATS.
Ftr ( 'd1 iiinlms, H icknictii anil .New Madrid
SEttT. T. HILLMAN,Su
JOSEPH AMBROS Muster.
LEAVES CAIHO EVERY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY and SATl'KDA Y
For frel.dit or paaic apply ou llilllday Jfc Pull
Una' Wliarl boat, or to
- . JAMES IlIOOS, Aiicat.
5l Ohio Lcyoo.
10 CITY FEllllY CO.
LEAVE LEAVES I.KAVKS
Foot Fourth t MIourt Laud'j,'. Kentucky Ld'g.
D a. m.
in a. m.
j p. m.
4 u. to
s::i a. m.
0::io a. m.
J:tjii p. in.
:M p. m.
H a. m.
11 a. n..
3 p. m.
S p. m.
i"',Ve irr authorized o anuoiince the nnilie of
Samuel Brlley of Hazlewood a a Candidate! for
County C'oaiiuiloner of Alexander county at the
cuuliiu Noveinlivr election.
iSrWe are authorized to announce John lioilifes
' a candidate for ShcrifTof Alexander county at the
vniiiiii; November election.
(rWe are authorized to announce 11. C. LOF
LIS an a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
mbject to the decision of tho people at the election
in Xoveinbcr next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mni'iiinv; Daily in Southern Illinois
OFFICIAL I'AI'F.ROF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Siiinai. Orri'-e. I
Caiiio. III., Ans. i'l. 'HT8. f
Tiiin. ll.tr. TIi.t. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
B:4iia in i'.eW
11:11- i!W HI
a p.m. w.s;
Maximum Thermometer. Ml : ; Minimum Ther
mometer, TO 5 ; Rainfall, .70 hah.
W. II KAY.
Scrjjt Signal Corp, I'. S. A.
Fon Rkst. Cottage, Xo. 30, on Tenth
street hctween Washington avenue and
Walnut street. Apply ut Xo. Tenth
Foil Rent. The Culil property, on
Ilolhrook aventir, corner of Twenty-third
street. Ajijily to
A. P. St IIIKIKOKH, Ajjcllt.
Dn. W. C. Jocki.yx, dentist, will lie found
ut his otliee on Eighth street, ami is prepar
ed to give entire satisfaction in till branches
of dentistry ait low rates.
Notice. On and after Monday, August
19, and until further notice, the Str. James
Fisk. Jr., will leave Cairo at 4 p. in. instead
of 3 p.m. a heretofore. II. E. TAYLou.Cnpt.
Tiik ladies of the W. ('. T. U. will give
an ice cream sot ii.l.le Friday, August 2:id.
They hope to meet all friends of the cause
of temperance. A pleasant time is antic
ipated. Mollis E. Wkhii, Secretary.
Xotice To Caiiio Siner-Eiis. Quaran
tine on all freights has lieen cstahlished at
nearly all stations on the Chicago, St.
Louis and Xew Orleans railroad, For in
formation apply to C. T, Rum, Ajjeiit.
A uakki.e for a heautiftil quilt will take
place on Thursday evening, August S2d, at
the old Hihernian Engine house, on Thir
teenth sireet. Panic hiving chime tire
r(.'iilested to he present.
Mas. S. W. Diuitek.
(iENKKUj LOCAL 1'l'KMS.
Mrs. W. P. lI:kHi,ly returned home
from hheboygan on Tailny eveniiijr.
Miss Xunnie Ohnsteud, ai'w a three
weeks visit to relatives un, fri,,u,s lt mn
returned home on Fiiday night,
Do not forget the auction sale this af.
teniiMin hy Tom Winter, of the cottage, lot
ami appurtenances thereto. Sec advcrt'ibc
The National will hold a nuns meeting
lit Xew Uttrnside to-morrow. The leader
of the party ure uuliclpatng a big gather
ing. Dr. Ingram will be there and deliver
Mrs. Ray, mother of Mr. W. II. Ray,
who has charge of the U. . 8. signal office
here, arrived h Cairo from Ciuc'unnti,
ycs.crday moniing. She will make Cairo
her future home.
The livest man we met in New Burn
side is W. Harris, merchant. Ho is a young
man, g'xsl looking, sharp as a tack, and is
doing the hulk of the business in that sec
tion of country.
On Monday nhfht tin residenco of Mr.
Jack Anderson, on Eleventh direct, betwecu
Walnut and Cedar su-ccls, was cuteied by
burglars and about lift dollars worth of
clothing belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Ander
son carried away.
A brakenmn on the Illinois Central
railroad, named Gamble, whose home was
in ltichview, fell off of a freight train be
tween Cobilen and Makanda Tuesday night
and was killed. Gamble is said to have
been one of the most valuable brakeinen in
the employ of Il"n is Central road.
1 lie Char'eston pcople.ire making ex
tensive prepaiations for- the Mississippi
coun.v fair, which will be heldon the 17th,
ictli, lOlh, ami 20th ol next month. The
ptemiums given tlds season are the largest
ever offered by the association, tuid the ex
hibition promises to be a great success.
The colored Republicans of Johnson
county are preparing for a barbacue to take
place there on the 7th of next month.
Judge Rird of this city is to be the orator
of the daw Capt. Thomas is also expected
to bo there and tell tlie sable boys what he
will do for them t they elect him to
Mr. P. C. Guthrie, who for the past
year has been in the U. S. signal otliee here,
as nssMant to Mr. James Watso.i, and later
assistant to Mr. P.iy. left Crro i'or Wash
ington last Thursday. A Mr. Miller, on
Eastern gentleman, will take Mr. Gudi'ie's
place in the Cairo st-.wion.
Wm. O'Conner got very dnink on Tues
day n'ght, and was a.i-t 'd by Olhcer
CVnand Olmstead. end Nidged injail. He
was before Judge Hi'd for a hear'ng yesler-
biy morning, and ironr'seil to leave town
if he was given an oppm tunny. He was
permit. e I to go wii'mut pay'ng h;s tine of
Sonie of our Cairo ladies and gentle
men who possess stage talent, ure talk'ng
of an entertainment for the benefit of the
yellow fever sutf-rers in Memphis and New
(M"iins. Tlcre is no doubt that such an
undertaking would licet with the apptoval
of everybody and would receive hearty
Mr. J. R. Thomas, the Republican cau
lidate forcong -es in th's d'st.-ict. wi'Vad-
dressthe iieojile of CV'ro to-t':ght at the
coti't house. He will be I'str-ned to, no
loubi, by many DemiH rtw, but that he
will shake thvir b 'lief th.-re is but hide
probabil'ly. Mr. 1 lumias is not tin; k nd
of a m ui to sliuk;.' anvbodv's belief. He is
About 1 o'clock ye.-terday nioiirng the
resilience of Ahlerniaii Wil'iam O'Callahan.
corner of Fourth s.ieet and (.'omuicrc'al av
enue, was broken into by bunx'ars and lvo
coats, be'ongig to Mr. O'Callahan and hi
son, a pocket bool;. out of which the younger
O'C.illa'ian had taken a round sum of
money pre iotis to goh.g to bed and depos
ited in a bureau drawer, and several other
articles were carried uwaw
Mrs. Sweeney, the widow woman who
died so suddenly at her home in the lower
part of the city about two weeks ago.
having no relation in this country, willed
all her effects, consis.lng of nine hundred
dollars in government bonds. .a small house
und lot on Fourth street, and other ut deles,
to l'Ulo Haii v Candee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
II. H. Ctonlee of this city. The will was
probat 'd in the county court last Monday.
The st"anier, City of Alton, Captain
IIirm EWby, mas, t, which passed this port
some days ago, bound for Xew Orleans, we
arc infoimcd is coming back. After leav
ing Memplrs she was (juiirantined at ull
point, and prohibited from landing, and
hence could not liatisnct any business. It
is said she wi'l go to St. Louis and postpone
operations until the excitement in the
South hus died out.
1 lie steamer W bisper, from Ci'icinial'i,
nt rived yesterday morning, but being pro
hibited from lending by the quarantine offi.
ccs, went to the Kentucky bank, until the
captain's petition to land at tho vh;i,f was
uctcdupon by the board o." health. Aftjr
due deliberation that body came to the con
clusion that there was no danger in allow
ing the liisper to land, and she accordingly
came to tho whait-boat about eleven
c'cloek, and commenced loading freight
for the south.
Valentine Resell and Health Officer
Sunierwell met again in the police court of
Judge Couimings yesterday morning. The
charge w as that Resell had not and would
not clean up his back yard; but behaving
been arrested on Tuesday afternoon on the
same charge, Mr. Linegar, his attorney, ask
ed for tho dismissal of the case, on the
grounds that the ordinances of the city al
lowed tho defendant twenty-four hours in
which to do tho work, before ho could be
again tried foi the offense, which request
was granted by his honor.
Notwithstanding the intense heat,
there wus a largo crowd ut Turner hull
lust evening to hear Mr. I). T. Litiegar,
who made a sharp, excellent speech; a
I speech that will prove a blow to the Hadi-
eul party in this congressional district. Wo
shall not iil unpt to give a s).io;sis of Mr.
Linegar's remarks this morning, but will
give he speech in full to our readers in a
day or i,vo. The address is a rlno piece of
political composition, dci'vcn d in a power
ful and tell'ng mn "ier. Mr. Linegar held
his audience willi'igc.ipiive.i i'or U'o hours.
It is a thorough review of Radical admin
istration from the beginning of the war to
the present time, nml was heartily and fre
quently applauded by the audience.
The Democratic mass meeting ut New
Uurnside, on the Cairo and Yincenncs rail
road, held on Tuesday, was a big affair. It
is estimated that there were two thousand
people preseut. Mr. J. II. OberljJdoHverod an
uddress to the thront; in which he laid at
the door of the Republican party all of the
causes of the present distressful financial
condition of the country, prownghy sta
tistics the truth ot every word of his seri
ous charges. His soeech lasted for over
four hours, and was listened to with much
interest. The speaker was interrogated
from the beginning of his talk to the che
by advocates of the National cans,', who
seemed bent on confusing liini, with ques
tions bearing on the vital issti-s of the cam
paign. He answered promptly, coo'.y and
completely to the satisfaction of all Demo
crats, and not a few Republicans. The
meeting was a grand demonstration, and
was an evidence of w hat may be looked
for at the coming election.
It is said tint the owner of Dixon
Springs, who resides in Padneah, is anxious
to sell that pleasant and romantic property.
The farm on which the springs are located
embraces two lutndtvd and fifty acres. The
price asked is three thousand dollars. At
present, the accommodations at this resort
are very ordinary in kind. The proprietors
are two young men who have never had
a'iy experience in the hotel line, and who
have very slight conception of w hat vi-itors
who go to the springs desire or req' -e. To
this tact alone can be attributed t. 1 light
pstronage of the springs at present. For
any one who has a few thousand dollars,
mid who can conduct a house that will af
ford convenience and comfort to people,
here is a paying investment. More grand
or romantic scenery, such as we feel we ure
wholly incapable of describing, than is here
to be seen, cannot be found in the western
country, while the healing qualities of the
waters of the sprngs are equal to those of
any of the popular resorts of the land. So
journing there now of Cairo people are Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Rennett and family, Mrs.
Judge Green and Mrs. W. P. Wright. There
are also several persons fiom Evansville and
Paducah, all of w hom seem to be deriving
much benefit and enjoymcit from their ram
bles through the shady woods and rocky
cliffs, and freely imbibing the water of the
springs. Setiirday la-t was a gala day at
the springs. A grand pie-nie was held that
brought together the old and youngofboth
colors fmm far and near. Mr. J. If. Ob, rly of
this city was the orator, and in the aftern-Min
delivered a political address of about three
hours length in behalf of the Democracy
ami Josh Allen, whiih was listened
Ko atlentivelv and it is to be liop-d
lid much good for the cause.
COTTACE AND LOT
AT AleriON 01! I'lltVATK SALE. TltlK-DW
AFTKl'.Noi.X AT -i oVl."CK, A ft. t ST 22. W",
Frame cottage of o moms and hail, with j
an inclosed kitchen attached, ,-itu- ,
ate on lot 14, blink 47. tir-t addition to
the city of Cairo, on Twenty-first street, bet.
Washington avenue cud 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 WtXTEIt, Auctioneer.
Dn. Wahuxek having determined to
leave Cairo, has concluded to offer his en
tire household effects of every description
ut auction on Monday morning next, Au
gust 2(th, ls7M. A detailed account of
unifies will be giveu in a few days.
Winter's Piiotoouapiiic Gai.i.eiiv.
Strangers in the city, or those Intending to
visit Cairo, are invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, und examine specimens of his work on
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
THE MEKT1N0 YLsTKltlJ.VY MOUXIMI.
Tlie board of health met yesterday mom
ing for the purpose of considering. the pcti
tion of the master of the steamer Whisper,
asking the privilege to land at their port
The petition was granted. Permission was
given tho C. X. O. & F. L. R. R. to handle
and transfer 100 cars of old railroad iron
picked up along the line of the road, the
iron to be placed upon I. C. R. R. flats tak
en from this side.
The following petition was also read:
Gkvi'I.kmkn t In view ofthe fact that
stiietuuarantiiii! regulations exist at lexar
kanaand Little Hock, and that no fever has
nppeared in northern or mid. lie Texas, or
on the line of tun Iron Mountain ami noutn
em railroad between Tcxarkaim and Cairo,
the Southern Express companv would re
spectfully ask that ordinary express freight
he allowed to come into Lairo lrom that
route. C. Pink.
Tlie prayer of the petitioner was granted
after the words '.'except baled and house
hold goods" had been inserted in it.
Hero the board adjourned.
Bmokkus, if you wish a tine "Key West"
or "Imported1 cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is tho only place in tho city
utmost daily in receipt ot tresh goods.
W. C. T. U.
A CAHD FI10M MRS. ltllTICMIOLSK.
Mrs. R. does a Bci.i.ETix reporter injus
tice in the following communication, lie
obtained the data for his statement from
what he supposed to be good authority, and
it is hardly generous to impute to him either
ignorance or willful misrepresentation. He
was not far out of tho way, even according
to Mrs. R.'s statement; but as the difference
gives the lady an opportunity to express her
views on an interesting subject. The lli i.
i.ktix will not complain :
Your reporter is either ignorant of the
facts of the case, or willfully misrepresents
the W. C. T. I". when he 'says that the
number of men signing the petitions circu
lated by our association, is not near so
large as' the women. We have not had a
full repoit from our committees as yet, but
I have two of the petitions in my posse
sion now, signed by DID women and 1:12
men, which is certainly not a large majority
for the women. The men w ho have signed
our petitions, are our best and most
influential business men the botie
and sinew of our citv in en whos
names in the commercial and moral
world, cany weight mid respectability
It will be surprising, ind -ed it would be
strange, if w hen we come to sum up the
w lmle tiumber, there shoiiitl not be a large
majority of women, for the wonr-n are the
oii". w ho have suffered ni 'st keenly from
the liquor traffic. Hundreds of them have
seen their husbands and their boys, for
whom they would lay down their lives,
made little better than beasts by the
They know of places that blacken our
city now, with a cloud far more
terrible than the cloud of yellow fever in
the south saloons, where young I my are
led into destruction for time and eternity
places where our dear little sons, whom we
have tried to keep sweet and pure, un
taught to take their first dr'-iks and do
their first gambling. Knowing all these
things knowing from experience that the
men will not take the initiative in such a
step, can any one wonder if eveiy true wo
man does everuhing in her power to lessen
the evil,' And I wish to say right here,
to the people who believe or pretend t be
lieve it, that this is not a movement to abol
ish saloons. Wc know too well the ns"!e
ness of such an attempt here now, but it is
an attempt to by to do away with the most
of t'lclll, leav ng only those' of a more re
spectable class i if there are any respectable
saloonsi to be conducted by men who will
preserve e semblance of decency, and
obey the liquor laws. There is nothing in
our petition to prevent these gentlemen
who "a re in favor of saloon," and who
"iike their drink" from signing, as they
also have the pri ili ge of signing the sa
loon keeper's petition, thus limiting the
number, mid bettering the quality of the
places lor the sale of intoxicating drinks.
L. J. RlTTKMlOt K,
Pres. W. C.T.I'.
Livkii is Kino. The aver is the imperial
organ of the w hole human system, as it con
trols the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper action,
all kinds of ailments are the naturtil result.
The digestion of food, the moveiii 'litsof the
heart and blood, the action ofthe brain and
nervous svstemare all iinincdiatelv connect
ed w ith the workings of the liver. It has
been successful v proved that Green's Au
gust Flower is Ulleqnaled in ( Ul i lg all p'T-
m Mi's atllictetl with dyspeisia or liver com
plaint, aiel all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of tin
ned' and stomach. Sample' Isittles to try,
Kl cents. Positively sold ill all towns on
the western continent. Thr lo-es will
prove that it i- just what you want.
XoTICK to CoNTKM"I'U . Sealed pro
posals will be received at the boot aiel
shoe store of C. Koch, on Comm. trial
Avenue, between ."ith and fith streets until
Thursday evening. Aug. 2'.uh,for building a
two story brick building on tie- next lot
south of the store. Plans and specifications
ill be seen bv HMiU illg lit the store, Also
bills will be received for filling Up the same
lot. For particulars apply at the store.
Cairo, lu.s., Aug. lit, 17.
Lt Miiitit. Parties needing sidewalk lum
ber can be supplied in car load lots, or less
quantity, by calling at lumber yard of J. S.
MeGahey, corner Twentieth street and
Washington avenue, Cairo, III.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL li.Wt.HOAD.
Exarch 'J:in p.m. f : It p.m.
Mull lain a.m. t" p.m.
Fr'-liMit T:liia.in :ooa.iii.
Freliititt ::) p.m. 4:anp.m.
CAIHO AND VINCE.NNES II A I l.liOA l.
Mall .11:111 p.m. 4 : l.'i a.m.
T. LOl lS, 1. M. AM fUlTllEHS ItAll.ltOAD.
Exiir'-" Vim a.m. J:ii p.m.
CAIitl' AND ST. Lul ls ItAII.UOAD.
TliroiiKli Expre" 5:lrp.m. lonmu m,
Marpliv.ltttro AiTouiimiitatliii.l',,:ri-p.m. li:l'p.lu.
Except Sunday. tE.xeept Monday.
Mayor- Henry Winter.
Treasurer- H' F. I'arker.
'lerk-J. II. I'hllll".
t'olllli'elor-- Will. II. Ullliert,
Miirfhal-C, D. Arier.
l'tjlleu Miik'lflrnle-.l. ,1. Illrd.
noAIUI III AI.IIHISKS.
Flr-l Ward -lieo. Yoeiiiii. Win, O'Callnliiili.
Sei ond Wiird-WoiiU Kltteiilioii.e, N. II. Tlilxtlc
Hood. Third Ward-W, P. Wrliiht. John Wood.
Fourth Ward -t'liarle u. I'aller. I). .1. Foley.
Filth Wind -T. W, lliillldiiy, Cha. Laiieuxter.
Circuit Jud'e-I. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk -J. A. Iteeven,
County .Indue- It. H, Yoeiitn,
Con uly clerk-S, J. Iliiinm.
Comity Atlomey-W. C. Mulkey,
County Trciifiircr-A. J. Allien,
Coroner- II. Ftttfi-ii... , , ,.
County CiiiiimlioOotier" 1. . lliillldiiy, M.
llrottii, ilea, W. Siiuiltiolis.
It inline tlr like n t ruin pel und culla to the Tray!
That pmvei fill Iiew Tempriiliee book.
JATTLIN(. w demox
la ncllliiij by THOUSANDS. Clieupest. timet com.
pletu niidlnUiiM'lv InlereelliiK lliind llook and His
t irv of Tempi'miico ever produced, eiinlnliiltitf blot
niphles of ll Aiolle. thrllllmi atcountu of all tlie
Kreal Movement, anil nihility tact ami nrniiineni
lor tho en Finely lllutrated. Nothlnii ran
compare with It. More At IK NTH . ANTED. Write to
STANDAKDllOOK 10,, St. Louis, Mo.
Pint Bottles, with Directions.
23 CENTS PKlt 1JOTTLE.
In Cartoons, with .Directions.
23 CIS. EACH, (Ut WEIGHED OUT AT lu CIS. PER LI).
i. ui liui iiwd m
Full Supply at
33 a rcl 1 1 v
J ALLIDAY JIKOTHEKS,
(iRAIN. Fl.orn AND HAY.
J 'rlri-ti t
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
HiL'hest Cash Trice Paid for Whoat.
I! INKLE, TIIISTLEWOOD
MOO I IE,
Furmei's' Tolmeco Wai,elioue
(u'lieral ('oiiiinissioii MeiTlnints,
No, lilnntl l-.T fmuuier- I f1 too Tr I a
cial Avenue W AIUU, 1I.L..
r I HE It A I. Advancement made ouConi'iiumcut
J of Tobacco, Flour and dntlii.
FilKKKiN COMMISSION MF.IM'IIANTS.
jMITH, HACK it CO.
NO. w IJItOAD STHEET.
Kepeclltll1y Hollclt Coil IjftiaieUts of
PROVISIONS. PRODUCE. CHAIN' AND
'po which they will iflvn careful mid prompt ut
1 telitliili. They lire prcpamd to uittku liberal
Hid Mill IIm their het ofTottii for the llilerets of
those favotluu llieiu v,UU coUtiiKiuueuia.
ltefer.br permlMlnn, tn Natiosai. Bask, nf An
gualui . National Kxciiano Uank, ofAusutu, Utl,
III VI X Ul
B ro tli ers
Tin f.t'!,ii:ii' u;n:ai:iied pxitl will b. -:'.('.
I'alili-' Am ti.nj to a!i-fy ilalm lor Fr. iiit. s
a.-e. Etc., on Wharftx.au Xo. 1 and 8 of
llulllday iiikI Pi.Illlpa Whafboat Co., foot of Si
flr-et. Cairo. I''.., ou ;
Coiiiiiieiiciiii? at 10 O'clock A. M., :
ntiloi1 rooner chimed aud cbar? paid.
T. W. Doivdy, 1 box II. II. (iood. 1 bid. Mnh
). I'. Wllllnai, 1 packmen Shingle Mnchlie . .
Sulilvun, :)boxe II. II. (.tiod. 1 lilile Oun; X J
TIiiiiiioii. 1 Sewing Mai hlne; 0. W. llluea. I lit j,
mid Mower; S. M. ,fc J. V. Ware. 1 box llarile,
1'. 8., 1 box Leuf Tobacco; J. II. Llnnelibiiiir. 1
liankln Jn Co., I) empty Caddie; W. M., 1 pue ;
Wurdrobe; 1', Co., I package L. Ola; K. :
1 Wood C hulrs; White & Co.. 1 box S. Tobacco ,
A. Weat. 'i boiie DriUf; A. W. Cnrr. 1 II. '
Clothllie; Ja. Crockell. 1 Ilox; J. Lllulfcy, 1
llarrel; C. M. I'o.ver. 1 Tall Chet; Jubn Hi:
i boxe Ilruudy; T. II. Sander. 5 bundle Pup,
V. I'etin e. 1 box Sundries, 1 Ilnrnd; E. Itlcliar ;
1 box Hardware; I). A. Stetr. 1 box Siintlrle;
St Taylor. 1 kej Soda; Z.,1 box Oluwurc;
l'..4lioxe Lltpior. 3 Inrrelt LlipuiM; Mr. ?'
OliifHcock. 1 box II. H. Oood; (iarvey, 1
Tool; Ci. It.. 1 Hut Hack; J. M., 4 lied Uall;j'
I lied Hall-; S. L.,4 Ucd Hull! J. 1 Surk
.M. W 1 Staiulard for L. (ilal -Mr. T. Hon
L. Davis. 1 lot II. H.Onud; J, A. P.. 1 1M1
Han ltoblnwin, 1 Old Carriage: John Pol
Trunk. Xo Murk; 15 boxe Snndrle; 1 Cuk'
4 luirruU Mo1ii(!h; i barrel Moliuc; Skex I
hoe; 1 boil Moat; i Tin Can; 5 bundle
Stun"; !i Tool ClumU; 4 Lonnife End; a 1)1;
lied End; 7 bundle lied End; I bniiill,
Slate ; I ke Molile; t Jlllt Molne; 3 I:
Wuuon Hub; J ream Paper; 1 Chair; 1 lc.uij
Free.er; I Seed planter; 1 bundle Hume; 1 J.
Chair; I Sheet Iron Stove; I bnai Cotlon; 10 J
Sundrle; 1 bundle Waitoti Spoke; 1 Stove i
ilLookltnjOla; S ket; Powder; I chel Cli?
1 Common Stove; 1 bundle Carvln; 3 ItolV
irlnu; i Platiror's Trowels; 1 liundle Ola
1 puckiiifi! Check ltelfla; 5 do.en Wahboi
Kl mi ilea; 1 box Oenlntf ; i LuitlTuul Boxe; ( '
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