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DAILY BVKNING BULLETIN,
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TUESDAY I5VK., MARCH 27. 1883.
Kvknino Hdllktin Is
published dally, nnd nerved Ireo of postage at
4 cents per week j 25 cents per inontu;7fi cents
per three mouth ; 91.50 per hIx months, and
3 per year, payable in advance.
OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons
nre the uuthoil&'d agents for the Daily Hul
lktin nt the placis named. Contracts for
subscription or udvertlMng may be made
Shannon Win. Clary.
Mr. Olivrt Peter Myers.
Maysmck J. A Jackson,
Kkkn IjKAK Harry Hurgoyno,
Uekmantown T. J. Kuekloy it Co.
Washington Mr, Anna Thomas.
The above number represents the clrcula
Hon, each week of the Daily and Weekly
PI'Llktin. Advertisers are Invited to call
and assure themselves ot the truth of the
statement, and they are requested to bear In
mind that our ra en for advertising are the
Tin; Grand Lodo of Knights of Honor
of Kentucky will meet nt Louisville,
A St, Louis estimate of tho wheat crop
reports that in Kentucky and Indiana
tho grain lias been considerably damaged.
The Tennesse Legislature has decided
to allow Polk, the defaulting State Treasurer,
to make good tho deficiency in his
accounts, and thus he escapes.
Mas. DkLono, wife of Capt. DeLong,
of tho Jeannctte, on Friday visited tho
.Navy Department at Washington to examine
the note book of her gallant husband
and read his last words.
Thk head of the Treasury Department
has decided to take no stops in regard to
the exportation of bonded whisky to
Canada uutil the subject is brought before
the Department officially.
Tub Nebraska Legislature lias just
passed a bill providing that one of tho
two assistant physiciars of the State
Asylum for the Insane shall boa woman.
They hold their oilicos for six years,
Thk federate soldiers of this
county, are moving, we hear, in the
of the organization of an association
tho object of which is the cultivation of
friendly relations among them. A meeting
will he called at an earlv daw
Tin: eruption at Alt. Etna is reported
to be increasing in violence. A now
crater has opened and tho lava from it
threatens to overwhelm the villages at
the foot of the mountain. The people are
fleeing from their homes and the soldiery
has been called out to aid in saving tho
Tub Indiana Legislature was foolish
enough to pass a bill amending the law
providing that doors of public buildings
shall swing outwardly by exempting seminaries
and school housed from its operation.
Governor Porter is of the opinion
that tho requirements of the law
should apply to seminaries and school
houses above all other buildings, and so
ho has vetoed tho bill.
The result of a recent election for
county officers in Falls county, Texas,
was determined by tho votes of seventeen
naturalized Chinamen; and the defeated
candidates are contesting tho
election on tho ground that a Stato law,
passed in 1S75, limited the issuance of naturalization
papers to white foreigners,
and, it is claimed, disfranchised
who had already taken out naturalization
Thk report of tho Treasurer of the
Kentucky Central Railroad shows tho uet
earnings for the year past from all sources
to be $130,230.78. Tho report as compared
wUh that of tho previous year is an
of $19,230,18. During: the year
past sixty-three miles of steel rails were
laid and now tho entire lino from Covington
to Lexington is laid witli steel and
is ,fti a most excellent condition too
rolling gtock had been Infcrcttfieiyndyt,
in .thorough order a Jy sfT PflpaJWct1 JTh"o ;
bhowing made by the Kentucky, CeAtralj
lot'h6 year 18B& falW?fctf a'go'dd
fleeting much credit o'nltKe,manngenie,rit
of the road,
Dr. IT. C Morgan sold a few days ago to
D. L. Hunter, 50 acres of land for $6.j(j0.
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Wood will move to town
Hev. Mr. Krwlu has been flick tor several
Mr. Ellns rolling, father of a largo family,
died near Mayslick, on Sunday.
EqulroJ, D. Raymond hold hh court Fit-day
with a good docket. Meatus. Judd, Newell
and Bailee, of Muysvlllle, were the uttorneys
L. W. Heath's sale last Saturday was well
attended and everything brought good piloea.
Ono cow sold for 431 ; bacon brought u cents
and lard 13 cents. J. A. Jackson at the sale
disposed of his Jersey cow 'for J."). f
Ed. Walton how sold his tobacco to J. D.
Raymond for $12 50 Horn the ground up.
There will be preaching at the Presbyterian
Church nextHuuduy moinlng at 11 oclock.
Mr. T. L. Holtou has had the misfortune to
break his arm.
Mr. Mont Pickett, of Franfort, Is visiting
Mr. W. O.lIolton'N tamlly.
MnvChas.Odmrne Iflsllll Yery low.
A' little feou of Mr. Carpenter, of Millers
burg, Is very hick ut Mr. Udborno'J, his grand
Vheat Is looklngjbadly In thtssectiou.
Find KtutK sold his crop of tobacco to Pollock
& Watson ut it eolits per pound all
Sunday school was organized at Two Lick
Church last Sunday. '
Thomas li.Mtrode is electing a. now dwelling
home, and Josoph, IIIuhod a large tobacco
The protracted meeting at tho M.E. Church
closed with elghtynlne additions.
A uood shoemaker would do welThore.
Tho public echoll ut IJrldgevllIo closed last
From Another Correspondent
Rev, J, U Aultman.a young dlvlno of New
Richmond, Ohio, to the satisfaction
of huge coagulations while fn our midst.
Mrs, Moomiitifl Mrs. Whllrldje left
Monday. Tluy will ever bo reraem
be rod by ourolil.ens,
Tho protracted meeting closed nt tho M. K.
Church on tho 2ftl lust (Seventeen united
with the church. The pastor Rev, K. C. J'ob
lard. has 'spout four months In protracted
services this winter. Ninety persons have
baou added to the church,
'Squire J. P. Truenox living near Mllford, Is
in -bad' health, hardly expected to recover,
yet somo little battel than he lias been. lie
was born Iuthoyoar.l8iX),,ln tlfHthen tied ford
now Nowloit county. Pa, (immigrated to Ibis
Htnto 'when twenty-five years old after five
years sojourn at Chatham, Rrncken county,
beisetllwd where he now lives. Ho filled honorably
for several terms the offlco of Justice
of the Pence to which he was elected by the
ku tie rage of his follow citlaensj J. P. Truenox,
exfeputy sherlll ot Bracken county. Is hi
son. For a long time he has been an honored
member of tho1 Haptist Church Serving as
deacon for many years to tho MdUfoctlon of
tho brotherhood, and on his reputation there
lias never beeu a shadow of a stain. He Is universally
Mr, John Jot an old and respected citizen
died atPowersville, Sunday morning last of
Wo had tho pleasure of visiting tho Franklin
Somlnary last week near Fern Leaf. The
school Is belngtuught by Miss Ktna Prnther.
Wo were so well pleaded with tho way It Is
conducted, wo can not (arbour congratulating
tho patrnuson securing the Mirvlces ofbo able
and accomplished teacher. Hhe teaches them
not only what tho hooks contain tut
molality and gnoij manners hc.shUs. The
scholars are progieslng satisfactorily.
For and About Women.
There is a movement at Toronto to establish
a medical school for ladies.
Canning oranges is tho latest Florida,
idea. It was started by two maiden ladies
who, tindingno market for their oranges,
conceived tho plan of canning them like
other fruit. It was a poi feet success.
Tho Lancet condemns the now article
of female atliro called the "erinolette."
It is an impediment to walking, induces
an unevon bodily temperature, adds another
to tho many burdens by the waist,
and bids fair to compete with crinoline
in encouraging a prevalence of deaths
Two American ladies travelling in Italy
recently got vory homesick in their long,
ing for some New England food, A friend
from somo quarter sent them a genuine
Yankee mince pie, with which they so
deiiglited that they carried it as a lunch
when they visited theFortim and thus presented
to their friends the ignoblo spectacle
of devouring vulgar species of refreshment
in the precincts which'echoed with
tho voices of tho Canars. Their friends
in Romohavo had a deal of fun, of course
at their expense, but they only wish they
could be blessed often with a similar
donation from New England nourishment.
Thk intelligence was received at Washington,
on Sunday evening, of the sudden
death of Postmaster General Howe,
lie was a native of Maine and was born
in 1810. Elected a United States Senator
in 1801, ho served two terms and was
at all times a Stalwart politician. There
is much conjecturo as to who will
take the vacant place in tho Cabinet,
Chauneey I. Filley is prominently
named and so is Emory Storrs,
of Chicago, It is also predicted that
William. E. Chandler will bo transferred
from the Navy Department to the
Department and that a new Secretary
of tho Navy will bo appointed. Tho
Piesident, will not bo in a hurry to fill
The Covington Commonwealth makes
the statement that burglars actually
ptlier nfg'ht, to rob the house
6j( J)IHoq, pltjiofctato Journal, tfjioy inqst
have opened the door by reaching down
the chirnnoy, that is if it is true thut an
editor lived there.
Pittibubs. PPa., March -Hirer 4 feet
Inohct and falling.; i..
ZjWimilsno, W. V4 March M. Hirer 7 fool
10 Inahes and falling.
Cincinnati, March 26. Biror 18 foot 8 Inohei
Louutillr. March SO. Hirer 8 feet 2 inches In
cauaI, and 8 feet 2 lnohea In ohuto. Falling.
KviNiriLLi, March 26. Hirer 13 loot and
Cairo. III., March 28. Hirer 24 foe 2 laches
MARKETS XIV TClMRAPn.
New Tor k, March 28. Ftour Market dull
and declining. )
Grain. Wheat TleATr and &!4b lower, with
tnodemo speculative trading: tffo.a white, $1 U;
rio.z rua, April, MW01WJ " iuiyi 2i x;
June, II 22XM WK, loworaud
MIAf UTAfl?rn . bnnt Af7Aftrt. An Ai.
ture. G467c. OaU ia.lowor : Western,
Pbovhions Boef Quiet and steady: Now plain
mess $11 60(912 25) now extra do, II 2(7)13. Pork-Dull
and weak Bpot new mess, 19ld '25. Lard
lleary and lower: Steam rendorod, 11.37Uo.
Butter Dull and weak: Western, 1033o; Elgin
ereamery, 35o. Cheese Firm at 614Jo,
Toledo, Om March 20. Gbaih Wheat-Dull
and easy: tfo. 2 white, Oic: No. 2 rod, spot or
MAroh.Sl 10; April. 51 lofi; May, 81 13f. Corn-Dull
and lower: High mixed, afro: No. 2 spot,
63o bid; March, Mo asked; April, 65o asked;
May, 6c; rejected, 49oi no grade, 48o aslced.
Oats Steady : No. 2 spot, 42c; May, 43c; ro
ected, 41o bid. Clover Seed Finn: Primo
mammoth, y (5; primo medium, 83 25: No.
Ciiiclnnntl, March 20. Flour Winter patent,
806 50; fancy, 85 2.P(J5 75; family, 84 05Q5;
Spring patent, 80 757 25
Grain. Wheat Regular No. ? red, 81 10 aakod
and $1 09 bid; .choico longberry. 81 13. Corn-
No. 2 mixed, M50o. Uats No. 2 white, 47(J
18c; No, mixed 41o on truck. Barley Kail and
spring, 60G8o. Hye Dull and weak atC2o on
track und UJc In elovator.
Grocxrim. inferior, 8Joj ordinary,
wM5c; good, lOif&Uo: Javo, 1825o.
3u2ftr Kustorn yellow rciined, 77c: standard
A,c; granulated 9a9c; yellow clarifled, T
8o. MoUsaes Gootf to primo Now Orleans, 35
pBOVifliONB. Mess pork, 818 60. Lard Prime I
itcnm, llo. Uaoon Shoulders, 8jg8c; clear
rib sides, ;l0.r2(lo.G5c; sugar cured liams, 1261 ,
12c; shoulders, 8)'.o.
Fkvits and VioKTAULis.AppleB Primo to '
choice, 83 W4 50 per brl. Cabbage, 81 to2 per I
brl. Onions, 822 25 per brl. Turnips, Go75a '
per brl. Potatoes Michigan roo. 05c(81; North
ern burbanks, 8ll 05. Sweet Potatoes South- l
era, 822 25 per brl and Eastern, 83 253 50 per
MiflcsLLANRoufl. Coal, at elorator, '
nv, 12c; Campboll Creek. Pioneer, Coal bury and J
tianawna mines, no. 31111 ieou, vio. HUlp stuns,
S1617. Salt, Ohio and Kanawlia, 81 30(1 35 for
llaltimore, March 20. Flour Steady; Howard
Street and superfine, 8 371; oxtra. 84 255:
family, 85 256)6.
Grain. Wheat-No. 2 winter red, spot, 81 17K
1 18. Corn-Western lower.closing steady; Mixed
pot, 62i(362c. Oats-Western white, 525$3c;
mixed, 60(5 c; Pennsylvania, 6153o, Hre
Quiet at 67(i70c.
I'xotisionb. moss porK, 820. 13 ul k meat-
Bhbuldors and clour nb sides, packed, 8Uo.
Bacon-Shoulders, 0c; clear nbaldon, 12o. Hams
Lard Kenned. 12ko, :
EilTe Stock Market.
Cincinnati. March 2fl....Cattle Common to
fair ahippers, &a6; good to choice butchers',
& 2536; common; S2 6033 75: good to choico
heiforu, $5 25U5 73; good to choioe, St 605 60.
Uogs8eloct uutcheia' and heavy shippers,
17 658; fair to good packing, 87 lu7 Co; com
Tion, S(125fift7. Hheep Common to fair, l-lS:
wos, $33 75. Lanitbs 55(J8 foe fair to good
Chicago, March 26. HogsFair to good
1$ht, 8G 7.17 M): mixed packing, $G 807 3);
jholeo hnury, 57 407 IK). Cattlr Good to
jhoioo shipping, W(tttt ii; common to medium,
tt t')(JJ UU. to good, 5JJC.
Toll by th WnjKliIc.
MiLWAUKKBf March 20. Alfred A. Cox,
night watchman in tho Evening Wisconsin
office, has been arrested for stealing from
tho counting-room. lie mado a confession
of tho robberies. Ho is a membeeof the
Young Men's Christian Association, and
has a brother in tho ministry. Another
brother called at tho jail tills morning, and
left & Biblo for tho prisoner.
A Llttlo lluy'ti Pniyrr.
Mddlolown (vt. Muieury.
A liuly reidtn r tli villus tho
n. other of n Uriah littlu hoy, was t dicing
to him tho othi'r ni'ht Ium imsIk was
putting him tf IxmI, ahmit the fHirary oi ,
prayer, and tohl luui tli.it it lu would usl;
tlod -- . lor . MliVMliht' --, --.... lliiit ...... ... In f ... . . iciil:irlv Uis ,j ,v '
Hired .iiinlud midoiitir hii MU?rsl would
)n rnniiMi. Tin little fellow knelt at
his motiier'skneo and prayed to God to
send him fifty little sisters' and one
litttlo Uroiherri. The prayer was
never ttniHlioil. for tin nintliDr ii.rl.nu nf
.:; ; . ;"- v ." "- y
iiib iHUNfiui i ui miviuy ner noupe turned
into an orphan asylum, lilted tho Uv to '
his feet and tucked luni into bed without
a moment'H uiuieeefiary delay.
A Sleepy Kin?.
LouiB, tho handsomo but eccentric
yonug king of Buvarin, cailnot, aa is
well known, endure to attend a play or
opera unless ho alouo constitutes tho
entire audionco. A short timo ago he
wan indulging this strnngo taste at tho
Court theatre, Munich, wlion ho fell
ftftloop in the midst of a plrty. Hero was
a dilemma. Tho play codld not go ou
with tho audioyco ftBleep, and nohody
dared rouso him, nor dared tho actors
for a moment leave their places, for foar
of his displeasure, should ho chance to
awaken suddenly. Ono impationt actress
throw a chair across the stage with
a crash, and an actor repeated sovoral
lines of his part in stentoriau tones; but
still tho king slept ou, Thus everything
was at a standpoint for several hours,
uutil, next morning, tho king awoke and
thoVfririod actorA finished the play just
in time for breakfast'
An employe in tho salt-mill at God-dos,
N. YM named Ihtvid T. Smith, while
passihg a revbVvf rig $&Aft. had lifs apron
oauijht by a nut jh'tlio fehaift. l5 nn
mwil thd tinlortiinatoinanwaa Hrhtrlfed
AVqfihd VHU'toibloViote'nco'utittf his
m 'lorn' mW'M keteittirlMf!Mit
ankle WAboMmVm'W Wchn
tho leg, and landed some distance away
with the shoo still on the foot.
una JliiyNvlIlo Dnftly Packet,
HANDY DllUCK ItKDDKN, Capt.
it. u. isaucE, uierK.
LoveH VnncehurK daily nt
Leaves Mrtysvlllo l:W p. tit
Qoch to Hlple' Mondays, Wednesdays and
Friday, Connect nt MunoheMer with Htnue
ror West Union. For freight or pftffltgo apply
iUiicliiiuitl, lorlNiiionth. JIISHtMty t
I'omoroy I'nckot Conipuuy.
lip.wis OiiKNN, Hecrctary and Treasurer.
C. and O. K. K. JPAOKKTM
For lItintliiKton,roiiicroy,itU(l fill way
TKTiKOUAPH, Mond's and Thursdays 5 p. ra.
FhKKT WOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 p. m.
UOSTONA.WedneRdnysaod aaturdays, 6 p.m,
Portsmouth, air Midi and Wny findings.
BONANZA, Tuesttnyf.Tlitirsdnyi Hat'ys, 12m.
MayHvillo,All Mull und Wjiy Landings.
MOHNINU MAIL, dally (Sundoyaoxcepted)
ueuvo uincmnaU'i:.Kjn. in. Mnysvuie, i p. ni.
rt "'ITTBV c freight Vccoivcd on wharf
Ooat. U, AUJIUIjLUWAY,
-W - . ,
I T AH. H. HALLEK, OLAUENCK h BAlitUK,
Niulce A Mnlloe,
ATTOKNKTN AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Strcct$pMy) MAY8V1LLK KY
jyr p.MAiwiif, "
ATTOllXXSY AT LAW,
JiiNtlco of tlic Peaee,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT,
Will ndvortlsonnd sell renl estate. No charges
whatever unlet n miIo Is consummated.
Deeds, mortuage Ac. written at rates an low'ns
any one's, Oillco Library Hulldlng, button
i ' ' i i 1 1 .i
pAUl, J. AMKEtNO,
No 21 Market St,nearlyop)h Ccittr at Hotel ,
Office Opeix at alt Hours. MA Y8 VJLLh KY
ALL of tho latest stylo colors of Cashmcro
DrasH Go His ut
MKS. A. J. WILLIAMS'.
J. ii. nonsoy. p. c. fkazkk!
New Firm ! Fresli Coal!
DODSON & FUAZKK, miccessora to J. If.
Oodson. We are now orierlnR the bet
ot Pdmoroy Coal, delivered to customers in
me city or in waiions ut our yard. We aifio
Keep constantly on hand Youuhlngueny Coal
l"or bhiekHtnlth purposes; BemtCannel and
Stilt. OJIlce and scales Front Afreet, between
Wall and Short. Orders leftat J. H.Dodsou's
grain warehouse promptly attended to.
DODHON A KHASSEK,
in 23 dim Coal and Leaf Tobdcco Dealers
i.t -i i
s ZE3I I IRT
rilHK Host brand ofHhlrtsat LOW figures.
X -all and examine.
in&Jdlw MU8. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and fallings
Will be sold CIIKAP for the next thirty dnys.
Call and see them.
luSJdlw MRS. A.J. WILLIAMH.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
hcpii used with most TwratifylnK
HAH lu many ohstlnato cases. Prof, F.
W.CIarlc, professor of ChemNtry at the University
ot Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the samo class with that of the Alleghany
Prions, ot Vistula," tho medicinal virtues
of which are too well known to be stated here.
Thoso who desire to try this famous water
are reined to Captain C. W. Boyd. Levanna
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio: J. J. Halno. Cincinnati. Ohio. For sale
lu half barrels and Jurs by
UU. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
m'J3dAwf Aberdeen, Ohio.
My UoIdencoand 45 acres of ground above
tho MaysvlIIo Kair Urounds on the MaysvlIIo
und Mt Ciirmol turnpike. There aro on tho
premises U Tenant Houses anda laruo Ihirn
and tf table. There will bo ofTered at the same
time 40 acres of Land on tho opnoslteof tho
nllri LriifMirn nutllA ITIll.utllfl lilllfl. 'I'lllttlnml
too lies on IConnedy's croek. About 0 acres Is
hill laud and the rest bottom land. This land
will ho sold as an entirety or separate, to suit
At tho Mimo time Housohold and Kitchen
Furniture, cmiHlstlngof Piano, lleds, Ueddlnc,
flvo Cooklntr strtveH.Oarpets, Chains and all
kinds of Household and Kitchen Furniture
and Tableware, 0 head of Alderney Cows, 3
Calves, 2 horses, all kinds of Farming Implements,
1 two horse Wagon, I Break Watgon, 1
Iloekaway and Harness. Also 10 shares in tho
tyaysvllle Fair Compauy,
sums ovor $25 notos with good
security will bo required: all sums under that
amount cash' in hand.- Halo at 10 o'clock a. ra.
jiw. WU) J.UPIWI Jt.PALVEivr.,
Timothy Jlierloy's'adm'r rialntlff.
W ,r J1 K6tloo to Creditor '
Timothy alette? tuieasediawtll pireteatiliftir
mSlwSt Master OomralaHlonerM, O.O,
So. n,W. Scroml tit., Opp.Opcrnllonnc,
Fruitsand Vegetablesln season., Your patron
XO respectfully Bollclted. Jl4dly
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
FKE8H OYSTERS A SPIAITTV
Tho only manufacturer of PUKE STICK
OANDY in the city. Orddra toi wedding und
parlies promptly ut tended to, .nyodly
, i , s i , . , , i 1 . i
P. S, MYERS,
Groceries, Hats, Caps,
Hoots nnd Shoes, Quconswuroand Hardware.
Highest cash price paid loi uruln and country
Produce. JylBd Mt. OLIVET
T. J. CXJBLBY,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly on hand Bath Tubs, Water
Closets, Wash Wtands, Force and Lift Pumps,
Wrought Iron and Lend Pi no.GIobe Angle and
Check valves, Hteam und Water Guurcb. Dealer
In tho celebrated Calumet brand of Sewer
and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to nud all work warranted. Secoud street, two
doors above Geo. T, Wood's. 1 10d8m
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEOUGK UKI8ER,
.. -4- n i J ' f
Manufacturer and Inventor of
Mado Double or Hlngle for men or boys. Ad
drebs WILLIAM CAUDLE,
caroT. K. Hall & Son,
jTcTKackley & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing. :J
Goods always what they are reccommouded
to be. Main street, Germantown, Ky
Q. A. MoOARTHEYhaa removed
his Quoonswaro storo to tho build
ing on Sutton street, two doors below
Second stroot. inySdly
BUY YOUJl i
and SILVERWARE at
No. 43, Secoutl Btrofil, 3 dooro West of JInrket.
flerolvos every day Hlver, Lake and Bait-Water
HUAi m m
IParioosi tjao 31i Q'7 J3QT.
'spring mFlLinery goods
HAVE Just, received u handsome supplyjof
1 Millinery Goods for tho Hpriug trade. New
Bonnets9Hats and Neckwear
and lu fact everything ot tholuteststyles,
and beautllul to behold 1 ask tho ladlcs'to
call and examine my slock and compare prices
tulOd&plm MISS LOU
FARM FOR SALE.
farm of ono hundred -and
twenty eluhtacres.wlth a reHldonce,sta.blo
good tobacco barn and other
Maysvlllo and Uormautown pike,
about neven miles irom MaysvlIIo. Apply to
Win, P. Smoot.on the promises. or to '
fAkl&whu UAK11K1TS. WALL,
Tty EXECUTED feM
AT TffK n) 4,1
A. S0RRIES & SON,
, 4 MftWlf
f II IJ1 ' rt fflf if Ui ri i ., ulirTJr
WALKING CAJIESi kp.
JM a ft ii ju'oy 6 t mint vvjiri esj.Tfa
neAirlk KXf alnk tVmetdn.