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DAM EVENING BULLETIN.
DAIL r, EXCEPT SUNOA Y
RATES OF HUDHCRIPTION.
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any part ol the city at 6 conta a week, or one
year for 8.1.
Tub Daily Bulletin to anypostofflce In
the United States, tiosiago prepaid, nt tuxnty
five cent per month or three dollar per year.
MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 7, 1887
It is wild ono of the first thines a Kan
aa town docs is to build an academy for
iho o iucalion of the childen of expected
Immigrants, nnd in n measure the success
of many is due, it is claimed, to the fact
ibnt they have good schools.
Tna growth of Birmingham, Ala., has
been wonderful. In 1880 her property
as assessed nt about $3 400,000. This
year hor total properties, real and per
sonal, are listud nt $40,128,000. Oh, for
a boom like rlirminithnm's 1
CoNnniw-MAV Kelley, of Pennsylvania,
thinks Kentucky will one day be tho
richest State in the Union. Such is the
opinion ho expressed after his recent
visit to Louisville and other points in tho
Commonwealth. Mr. Kelley is a man
who does not indulge in idle talk. When
the rich undeveloped resources of the
State are considered, it will be seen Mr.
Kelley is about riant in wh.it he says.
At the meeting of the House of Bish
ops of tho Protestant Episcopal Church,
in Philadelphia recently, the Rev. James
fi. Johnston, of Mobile, Ala., formerly
of Mt. Sterling, Ky., was elected Mission
ary of Western Texas, to succeed the
lamented Bishop Elliott. Atthesamotimo
the Rev. Abieh Leonard, of Atchison,
Kan., was elected Missionary Bishop of
Utah and Nov.ttta, to fill the vacancy
-mm ed by the translation of Bishop Tuttle
SniLnvviLLB is a local option town,
ibut the liquor drinkers still manage to
get their toddy whenever they want it.
3t is not sold as liquor, but it is liquor all
'he samo. The Sentinel tells how it is
done. It says two brothers named
Adams were arraigned recently on the
charge of violating the law. They had
been openly selling a bitters call "Queen's
"TaBte." They admitted the selling, but
claimed the bitters was not liquor. The
testimony before the court went to show
that "Qneeri'H T.iste" is composed of
twenty tlve gallons of common whisky,
twenty-five gallons of water, two gallons
of syrup, two pounds of orange-peel and
Jour pounds of various other ingredients
The jury brought in a verdict of not
guilty, thus lecltrine that bitters is not
liquor. The trial of the case consumed a
A case of similar nature was tried in
the United States Court in Louisville,
and a bitters composed of almost identi
cally thesamo ingredients was declared
tobe liquor. " You pays your money
.and takes your choice."
Governor Buckner has issued tho fol
1, 8. B. Buckner, Governor of tue Common--wealth
of Kentucky, recommend Unit Thurs
day, November 21, 18s7, the day designated by
tho President or tho Untied Utates tor that
jinrpose, be observed by the people or Ken
'tacky Inthe man er which -each Individual
may deem most fitting to acknowledge the
bounties which have been extended by the
'beneficence or theSupteme Being.
Doueat Kranktort t!ienecoudday ofNovem
'toer, A. D., IHH7, aud In the ninety-sixth year
ef the Commonwealth.
8. B. BUCKNKB,
Geo. M. Adams,
Secretary of State.
Pithy Points From Washington.
If every family in Mason County had
a skeleton in the shape of a drunken son
bow quickly would liquor be relegated
io ils rightful place.
Will some of those who favor
-whisky being retained in the county.
kindly show wherein it has ever been of
.any benefit to any one but the few who
may have nmnssed money in its manu
facture or sale 7
We are able on our side to show blight
ed homes, rained families, mortgaged
Jarms, drunken fathers and sons and
misery and woe on all sides, as somo of
the direct results of the traffic.
Wo affirm that if the people of Mason
County vote liquor nnd the rum traffic
'from their miiiat, it will be the wisest
.ami best movo they can make.
If we take no broader view of the mat
'Tier than tho sordid selfish one of dollars
and cents, it will bo immensely to our
gain to shake ourselves clear of this tre
There is a threatening change from
Tiigh coiffeurs to moderately low ones.
None but street suits and walking
dresses are made with coat sleeves this
Silk puffings aro tastefully let in at
4ho upper part of the sleeves of many
Stockings and gloves in Sardininn green
attest tho popularity of this new shade.
Tight-fitting jackets of ve'lvet and vel
veteen are worn in tho house with a
variety of skirts.
Black trimmings, jot passementerie,
and braids nro much in vogue for trim
ming colored frocks.
Stock and Crops. I
Tho enmpliBof t hacco awarded pre
miums at the Gormantnwn fair have been
sold at Cincinnati at $30 per hundred.
In CI rk C uinty John P. Bu-h pold 12,
000 pounds of new tobacco at 15 cents all
round. Lew B -an aud others about 20,
000 pounds at 18 cer.ts all roun 1. '
At Buffalo a few evenings sinco J. O.
Hamlin' drove his two trot era, Belle
Hamlin and Justice, a mile in 2:18,
neither horne making a brake in the en
tire distance This time beats tho world's
record for team trotting.
W. H. Hendriek'd Bale, at Flemings
burg, last week waa the largest ever in
that county. Abwt $30,000 worth of
property was Bold. Among tho et ck
disposed of wore thirty-four two-year-old
mnles each at $111, twonty-nino year
ling mule at $89, five suckling mules at
Tobacco has been way upon the Cin
cinnati mirket of late One lot of 200
hogsheads of fino cutters brought 30
cents per pound, and another lot of 200
hogbho ula brought Bomewhero between
34 and 38 cents per pound 200 hogsheads
bringing close to $100,000. ,
Last year the Dwyer Brothers bought
Joe Cotton, who was thought to be a
great hone for the future. The price
asked was $10,000, and after some hig
gling they agreed to pay $9,600, with
Bessie June thrown in as a make-up
weight. During the season Bessie June
won upward of $150,000 for the Dwjcrs,
while Joe Cotten was a dead load on their
hands, winning nothing for them.
The Lexington Press says: "We would
adviso farmers to hold the 1887 crop of
tobacco for a while rather than to sell at
present prices, 12 to 15 cents, as the price
is certain to advance and holders will re
ceive from 18 to 20 cents before the end
of tho yetr. The boom now on is a sub
stantial one and not a speculative one,
as it is the manufacturers who are ad
vancing the price. Hence take our advice,
and not sell at present."
A Sad Case of Poisoning
Is that of any man or woman afflicted
with disease or derangement of tho liver,
resulting in poisonous accumulations in
the bl od, scrofulous affections, sick-headaches
and dNease.s of the kidneys, lungs
or lie i rt. Theno tioubles can be cured
only by going to the primary cause, and
putting the liver in a healthy condition,
To acuomolh-h this result speodily and
effectually, nothinir has proved itself so
efficacious as Dr. Pierce's " Golden Med
ical D scovery," which has never failed to
do the work claimed for it, and never will.
The Chum Would Have Liked It.
Tho other day, in an elevator-car an
absent-minded colleye boy, eighteen
years old, was seated in his chum's lap.
A beaaliful young lady entered. In a
jiffy he was up, and politely removing
nis hat offered her his seat. Epoch.
Silk embroidery, passementerie nnd
braiding are the trimmings of the sea
What can be more disagreeable, more
disgusting, than to sit in a room with a
person who is troubled with catarrh, aud
has to keep coughing and clearing his or
her throat of the mucus which drops
into it? Such persons aro always to be
Fitied if they try to cure themselves and
ill. But if they get Dr. Safe's Catarrh
Remedy there need 1)6 no failure.
You cannot afford to waste timo in ex
perimenting when your lungs aro, in
danger. Consumption alwnys seems, at
first, only a cold. Do not permit any
denier to impose upon you with some
cheap imitation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds, but be sure you get the genuine.
Because he can make more profit he may
tell you tie has something just as good,
or just the samo. Don't bo deceived, but
insist upon getting Dr. King's New Dis
covery, which is guaranteed to give relief
in all throat, lung and chest affections.
Trial bottle free at the drug stores of J. C.
Pecor & Co., nnd S. P. Campbell & Co.,
of Aberdeen Ohio.
We are having some lovely tall weather.
Altnout like itprlug now, and the 6th of
H F. Franklin, of Bohm Broa. 4 Co., Cin
cinnati, was with ua on the 3rd inat with
some nice samples.
Wra. Fields, colored, who accldently shot
himself a lew days since, died on the 2nd
lnxt. About four weeks ago his sister wus
burned to death by her olotnes catching fire.
The drouth Is beginning to be a little serious
In many places In the county, Drlnklug and
stock water are b itti getting source and bobm
of the farmers have stopped shucking corn in
order to nave the fodder, it Is so dry.
The meeting at tho Christian Church was
brought to a close last Friday night, At tbat
meeting three confessions were made, making
in alt eighteen additions.
Hon. A. P. Gooding has returned from the
Hot Springs and reports himself as sound as
a "daddy's dollar."
Mrs. Fannie Couoh, who has been visiting
relatives and Irlends In the two counties for
nevoral week, returned Saturday to her
home m Texas.
Miss Ida Walton, tho guest of her sister,
Mrs. Tommlo Tyler, lorsoraoweoks, returned
to her home in Covington Saturday.
Wo hoarol sovernl crops ol tobacco In Ma
son County belling all the way from $18 to $i5.
Tho Baptists itro holding a protracted meet
ing nt Two Lick Uuurob, lie v. Holmes
James, second son of GrandlRon Plnckard,
died Friday mornlug, October 4tb, of quick
consumption. Fnxewoll, Jim, wo will all
diop a tear of aympatby upon your gravo.
Mauy deads of Ulndnoss, perhaps but little
thought of, at the lime, wilt Rive him a warm
filaco in the memory ol many, Henitaohtd
ilinself iq the church on his sick bed .and
died in tho hepo of a bright hereultor,
PAIR OF DANOING TURKEYS."
Devico or a Cmcl lint Ingenious liar
keeper to Attract Custom.
In a saloon on Frankfonl avenue a reporter
saw, tlio other day, two turkeys dancing to
tho strains of an orguiuetto. It was n strango
sight to seo tho ungainly birds bobbing up and
down, flnt on ono foot, then on tho other,
then up with both feet, circling and wheeling
around each other, chasseiug aud changing
stiles, keeping perfect time with nn orguiuetto
turned by tho hand of the barkeeper.
AU the onlookers woro mystified, whllo tho
barkeeper grinned nnd raked in the nickels
which wei-e paid over tho bar by tho amused
Though tho turkeys apparently kept timo
to tho music, the reporter noticed that they
danced on wln the music stopped, raising
first ono foot nnd then the other, and ns thoy
warmed to their work their steps grow faster
and faster, tho musician raising his spi-ed to
keep up with tho jumping birds. Tho tur
keys, whilo going through their performance,
wero confined in a wire cage at tho end of th
bar. The cage was about three feet 6quaro
and five feel high, and tho floor of tho cage
was thin sheet iron.
The leporter, after tho crowd went out, in
vestigated tho. dancing turkeys and discov
ered tho method by which tbey were taught
or rather compelled to move. He found
that the plan was ingenious, though crueL
They wero made to dance by means of fire.
Underneath tho sbeet iron cage floor there
was a shelf set, leaving a space of about
three iughes, into which was fitted nn iron
slide. When tho man wanted tho turkeys to
dauce ho would quietly get a shovel of live
coals from the kitchen stove, distribute tuem
over the iron slido and slip it into place un
der tho sheet iron cage floor, and in flvo min
utes the turkoy fandango would bo in full
blast. Fiibt ono foot would bo raised, then
the othor, and so on, tho pace quickening ns
the heat increased, until the birds would be
going as fast as they could lift their feet, and
they would keep it up until the floor would
cool off again.
"They know what's coming now at soon as
I begin to fool with the slide," said tho bar
keeper, "and thoy begin to danco without
waiting for tho floor to be heated. It's
good card for the placo while it lasts, but I
guess the novelty will soon wear off. I'm
getting tired of it myself already.'' Phila
Toptof of the Tlraas QWin in Terse ana
Lepera have been smuggled into Philadel
phia. Eighteen Nihilists have been arrested at
Kieff ond Odessa.
James H. Place, a New York policeman,
committed suicide, no ono knows why.
Geerge Balzor, of Ottawa, BL, bottlo
blower, will hang for the murder of a com
rade. The steamer Ocean Bird, sunk off Pasquo
tunk river Monday night, and all on board
Edward Blake, Canada's parliamentarian,
is quite likely to enter the next parliament
a Home Ruler.
Annie Deadrick. of Jonoaboro, Tenn.,
was burned to death by her clothes catohing
from burning lpaves.
Emperor William appeared at a window
in his palace yesterday, and bowed to the
thousands ossumblod to see him.
Huggins Cracker and Confootionery com
pany, Kansas City, burned Friday night;
loss between $75,000 and $100,000.
The strike of the union printers at Roches
ter, N. Y., is practically a failure, and
many of thorn are returning to work.
A. M. Way, secretary of tho wrecked
Empire Building and Loan association;
New Brunswick, N. J., got away with
The, metal shell found in tho ruins of
Newman's house, in St. Louis, is a portion
of a lamp, and not of a dynamite bomb, as
Henry Robinson, colored, was hanged at
Union Springs, Ala,, Friday. Last May he
murdered an old map whose young wife
was the causa of the trouble.
Wharf master P. H. Kallaher, of Momphls,
has been indiotod on twenty-eight counts
for embezilomout. The deficit is placed at
50,000. He placed but a small proportion
of his collection for wharfage to the city's
Kosaler & Co., of New York, have so
curod au attachment against the property
of Isidore Cohufeld for S14, 735. Mr. Cohn
fold is said to bo the largest foather manu
facturer in the United States, and is in some
way counectod with the Rosenthal failure in
Ivy City Itaees.
WAsnmoTON, D. C, Nov. 7. There was
a decided falling off in the attendance at
Ivy City, although the weather was perfect
and the track in good condition. First race,
one milo: Telle Doe drat, Barnum second,
Bess third. Tim 1:42 1-ii. Mutuals paid
Second race, one and one-eighth miles:
Dunboyne first, Lolex second. Time
1:55 1-a' Mutuals paid (7.20.
Third race, six furlongs: Patrocles first,
Joe Cotton second, Ovid third. Time 1:10.
llutuals paid 111). 45.
Fourth race, one and oue-alxteonth miles:
Telle Doe first, Qlenmound second, Banner
Bearor third. Timo 1 m9 3-4. Mutuals paid
Dill Green's Trial.
Pcnu, Ind., Nov. 7. Testimony for the
state has closed in the murder case of Will
lam Green and tho court adjourned until
Monday. There havo been thirty witnesses
examined, and the testimony of all is the
same with regard to the killing of Brom
baugh and the oruelty of tho premeditated
Itlaw Ont the !
WiLKKSDAniiK, Nov. 7. Father L. 8chor
inskl, pastor of the Greek Catholio churoh,
at Kingston, this county, was found dead in
bed at Schwartn'a hotel, in this city yester
day morning. It is believed that the priest
upon retiring blow out the gas and was
Nature's Seed Sewing.
Tho woody melnn-abapod fruit of thousand
box trco of tho West Indies is rnado into a
neat box by sawing oil the top and scooping
out tbo seeds and is usod in Barbodoesfor
holding sand. When, howovor, tbo fruit Is
allowed to ripen on tho tree, it bursts ex
plosively, scattering tho seeds over tho
ground. Au experimenting naturalist recently
sought to prcservo a specimon of, tho fruit by
drying curofully, but it exploded with such
violeiice n.s to destroy tho box containing it.
Tho Smart YoaBg Xau.
A tramp was sleeping sweetly on tbo string
pieco of tho French lino dock ou Sunday
afternoon. A cloud of flies swarmed above
blm. Thrco nicely dressed young men ob
served tho sccno, and ono determined to end
it. Ho secured a bucket wltb a ropo atttocbed
from a neighboring tug. He filled it with
water from tho river aud dashed its contents
into tho tramp's face. Tho startled sleeper
awoke, throw up his arms, and rolled into tho
river. Tho crowd rushed to tho strlngpleco,
whilo tho young man was a picture of despair.
When tho tramp came to the surface no
called lustily for help. Tho women on the
8boro looked at tho well dressed young man
and cried, "Shame I" Down went tho unfor
tunate again with a mournful appeal to those
on shore. The young man who caused all tbo
mischief waited no longer. Ho jumped into
tho rivor. Both he and the tramp appeared
at tho samo time about six yards apart. Tho
young man swam for the tramp, but, strange
to say, the tramp struck out, too. With little
effort ho ronched tbo tug from which tho
bucket was secured and easily gained its deck.
Thence ho climbed to the dock. Tho young
man followed him, and the dripping pair wero
tho center of a laughing throng. The tramp,
turning to tho young man, said with a dis
dainful air: "Say, young feller, yo think yer
smart, don't yer; but who got tho wust o' tbat
Tho youpg man nnd his two companions ro
treatod amid the jeers of the crowd, whilo tho
tramp selected a suun v rspot and Eat down to
dry his clothes. New York Bun.
Not Lone n Folloeman.
Policeman Uivo mo a pint of peanuts,
aunly, and there's five cents for you.
Aunty HIven bliss ye, sorrl I seo yer are
a now man on tho foorce. New York Sun.
Most attractive store in town in "Cox
Building." Fine old wines and liquors
toi medlca. purposes. Pure druua.
Tvil' rtclp' m w vr""
FDBNIHnED BT W. A. NORTON.
Saturday's Closing-December wheat, 73;
May wheat 7HJi; May corn, 45Jf; January
lo-dtiy'H Opening-December wheat, 73;
May whea ,7(f ;7?$; May corn, 5J.
No board Novemoor 8lti.
Coffee Vtt. .
Molasses, new crop, per gal -
Uoldon HyruD...... ..
. 10, 12
rtorgum, Fancy Now..
Sugar, yellow's 16... .....
Sugar, extra C, $ 0)
sugar a. v ro -.
i Hngar, graunlated H lb......
Bocar, powderod, per lb...,
"ugar, now urieans, y a
Oial OU, head light V BI..
Oacon. Dreakfaat W tt
Kacon, dear sides, per D
Bacon, Hams.ty &.....
Bacon, bnouiaere.per id.,
Kns, pilot. , ,,.
Klour, Limestone, per barret
Flour, Old Gold, per barrel ...
I Flour, Mayavllle Fnuoy, per barrel .
Flour, Mason County per barrol
Flour, Royal Patent, por barrel.. ,
Flour, Maysvllle Family, per barrel..
VIaiiw Jrnlinrvt no uhaI
Honey, per lb
Hominy, 9? gallon......... .,
1 Onions, pru- peok
roimnwi i i er peoK .......
Apples, per peek ...
I VOR MAYOR,
Wo nro authorized to announce that
W. U. PELHAM Is a candidate lor the nffioe
of Mayor at the January election, 1888.
Wearo authorized to announce that K. K.
PEAHUK. Jit.. 1m a candidate tor re election
to the nOiue or .Mayor ai the Jnuuar, eleo
I FOR TREAHURBK AND COLLECT JH.
We are authorized to annouuee thtt F. 11.
'TRAVEL, la a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at the city election lobe held the
first Monday In January, 11S88.
We are authorized to announce that O. 8.
ILTCA.CU Is a candidate for re-election to the
office or Collector and Treaaurerjut the Janu
ary election, 18-8.
I We are authorised to announce AUSTIN
HOLMKd as a candldato for Collector aud
TreaNUierat the January election, 1888,
We are nuthorized to announce that W. B.
DAWHON is x candidate lor the offlco ol City
Manual, at ino January election, iobb.
We ar authorized to announce that J A M ES
HKFLIN U a candidate lor re-election to the
office of City Marshal at the January eloeilon,
Wo are authorized to announce C. M. PHIS
TKlt am a candidate ror reelection lotheoffloe
' of Wharfmaster at the January electlou, I&8.
ANTED A white woman to do family
wasning. Appiy an mo utnuc
WANTKR-Ladlea lor our Fall aud Christ
inas trado. to take llzht. pleasant work
1 at their own homes, tl to 13 per day can be
quietly made. Work sent by mall any dls-
I luuce. Particulars tree. (No canvassing. Ad
"dress at once, CRKSo'ENT AKC CO., 147 Milk
street, Bonton, Mass. Box 6170.
TNTBNMNQ ADVERT18KR8 should ad-
I I dress Q ED. P. HOWELL & CO., 10 Hpruee
street, New York City, for select list or l,iO0
j newspapers. Will be sent free on application.
WANTED-2U.0U0 live turkeys. Highest
market pi ice paid.
dAwlmnl F. H. TRAXKL A CO.
FOR RENT A small house on Hntton
Htreet. adjoining resldenceol W.ll.Bhack
Icrord. n7d2t J. V. BARBOUR.
FOR RENTI A8evenootftvepla'iio In good
order. Apply' to BULLETIN OFFICE.
FOR RENT My residence on Forest ave
uue. Five rooms and kitchen, good cel
lar. Apply to E. P. MOCLAN AU AN. nldlw
IjiOR 8ALB A two-Ktory fiame dwelling
JP house on uorth siue of Forest avenue.
Uood prlod and termsv
n4dtft O.S.JUDP, Agent.
TiiOR HALE Iraraedlutely, a bo von octavo
JO piano, The instrument can be seen at
A. uhucuo's renb'ence, Fifth ward. Apply to
FRANK HAUCKE.BU Charles "old. nZdfit
jOK tiALE My riihldonco on Wont Hecnud
JV Htreet. A. H. THOMPSON.
IJOR HALE OR RBNT-Tho desirable resi
; donae now occupied by Mr tjnuvnry on
tue south side of East Fourth Htroet;ou easy
torras ; possesion given October lt
Blikltf CHARLES PHIBTER.
STRAe'0R8lOLEN A bob-tailed olack
cat from n rcsldenooonHuttonslreoU Re
turn to Clerk's oUlce and receive reward. d2t
wit i auuua i ))
J. W. SPARKS & BRO,
No. 24 Market street, pftt oh
sale this rlay great bargains Jim
Dress Gods, Cloaks, Jacket
Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves,
Twenty-fivo pieces DreBsGoodslredtioed
from 30 cents to 16 cents per yard;
Two hundred Juckels, with Hoods, at
an insido price ;
Ladies' fine Merino Yosts nt 45 and JM
Gentlemen's Medicated 'Undorwear,
very fine, at $1 ;
One hundred Bed Comforts at 75c, 90cu,
$1 00, $1.25 and $1 50 each ;
Five thousand yards of Jeans to fe
sold at wholesale prices ;
4 4 Floor Oilcloths 25, 90 and 35 cent;
Latest styles Dress Trimmings cheap ;
Big bargains in Flannels, Blanket,
Ginghams, Prints and Muslins;
Fifty cents buys the best white 8hb
in this city.
""Our prices aro always the loweai i
24 Market Street
LOOK WHAT STARTLING PRICES ARE
BEING OFFERED BY
1 pound new Leghorn Citron ... .......... 35
2 pounds best new Currant.. ..-..... M
1 pound bet Layer halslntk... .... W
1 pound purei-tloK t'aidy. . IA
1 rtoumt Kood linking Powder.. .......- B
1 large can Mustard Hurdlues ..,. 10
1 dozen largo P.cule . .. 6
2 bottles Hnlder Home-made Catsup......
2 pounds choice Mince Meat. ............... K
2 pounds best Jelly IS
8 pounds be t Apple lliittar... ....... ......... X
2 p-unds beft presorvrs ........, SB
6 pounds new Hnokwbeat Flnur...... 26
1 pound bet new Turkish Prunes............ 8
2 package AibuuKles CoOee........... K
10 b trs good Boap ...... ......... 2E
Headquarters ror Birds, Turkey 8, Celery and
H . B. Choice largo Pumpkins.
Close Our House
Bargains in every depart
ment until that time, ery
body invited to call.
W. W. HOLTOir.
KIRK & SHAFER.
New Meat Htore, at No 77 East Second
street, near Yaucey A Vlexnnder's livery sta
ble. Choice fresh meau constantly on. hand
at mvrket prices. Your patronage la solic
-KTIBH ANNA X. TRAZXK,
87 Booond street, dealer in
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,
School Supplies, etc. Call and examine my
now line o Fall aud Winter Goods.
TTVH. W. JI. ANJDEHSON,
PHYSICIAN and SUBGEOX.
Offlco at tint store.
Tlie partnership heretofore existing between
Dm. MoNutt A Phillips has boon dissolved.
Dr. MoNuttcftn be found horoaftor at Ills of
fice, opposite the First ttaptut church, oa
Market street. J12t
J. f . SPARKS 4 It
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