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Til: DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNK 9,- 187
11 SMITH, JK.. M. D.
OrhVe mid Resident :
NO. il TIIIKTSKNTII KTHKKT. CAIRO.
1 W. DUNNING, M.I).
OtUre mid Rfsldiw :
OVFItE-N. W. cor. HUlh nmr Ohio I.evep
UKMliKStB-Ciirner Wnlinit nd Mnili Hrvvt
II. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
tvriea-Nn. lai; Coniinerilul Avenue, between
Kii'hth mill Ninth street.
j)R. W. C JOCELYN.
1 ) K N T 1ST.
OKKICK-Elu'hlh Street, neiir I'omm.'rrlul Avenue
Q J. AVJIKKLKH,
A t torney-a t-TjOAV.
iFyii'K Ohio Levee. In t. Fourth mid Sixth
J INEGAR & LANSDEN,
iK'r'li K-No. IWf'ommercml Ax-emu1.
tT We lire mithorl.cil to nnnoume II. ('. I.OK
I. IN i. a uindiiliite fr SherifTof Alexmider county,
(oihjeit to ihe ile( Ision of tin1 people tit the I'li-itloli
in November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPF.R OF THE CITY AXI COUNTY.
Sihnai. Orrirr.. I
Cairo. HI., June 8
i. lfrs f
Time. Bur. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
; m -m:T0 H 74 NW 5 'Ioudv.
11:11" -.Si till 71 tJl W S (lond'v.
i! p.m. -W 71 fit NW 14 Knir.
M:4t- -.i.t)7 74 M X W 8 Fair.
-Maximum Therintimeter. 74 s; Miuimum Ther-rwimo'i-r.MS
; Kiilnfnll. no
JAMES M. WATSON.
Scri-'l Signal Service. I". S. A.
For other local matter see third page.
Jiidjje Mulkey is at lioine nguin.
Green apples unci colic nro twin event
nf the near future.
Mr. I). T. Linogar returned from
Mount Vernon yesterday.
S. A. Yhceloek, formerly of this city,
now of ( 'hicago, is in town.
A pleasure party from Padueah will
reach here on the steamer Ilillman to-day.
Mr. F. I). Roxford. after n stay of a
c mple .f days in this city, left for Cen
tral!, i last night.
Judge Green is still occupied with the
Yi!n murder rase at Elizahethtown,
('apt. R. W. Dugan, of the wrecker
Eckert, was on the levee yesterday after
noon, beaming on his old friends.
Oir young friend, Mr. C. P. Bell, was
the recipient of a handsome hornet, and as
it fr.M by express from Mound (Sty rve
presum" it is the result of his trip on
Decoration day to that city.
To-day is Whitsunday, and appropriate
sen-ices will le had at the Church of the
Redeemer at the Usual hour 10:30 a. m.
Jind 7;:!0p. m. with a full choir. Rector
Dillon-Lee will officiate morning and
A purse of two hundred dollars has
1 teen made up and will he run fur in this
city on the coining Fourth of July. Eight
entries have been made, and those who ate
up in Mich matters predict a tine rae nd
Oi;r Library Association is the cosiest
affair of its kind in the country, and strang
ers visiting us should not neglect to call at
the room. They may rest assured of a wel
come and of every attention that will render
ti visit agreeable and instructive.
A meeting of the school directors was
l.eltl yesterday afternoon, but no business
of a nature especially interesting to the
public was transacted. Another meeting
will be. held next week, at which business
of a nature especially interesting to the
public will be transacted.
Huffy still lives. A man whom Tmk
Hi i.i.KTts, St. Louis Times and its Chicago
naines:i'e cannot kill between them, has
I".. re vitality than a eat, and deserves to
live. Ik- is still in a critical condition.
The negro Ncalo, who tabbed him, has
almost entirely recovered from his injuries.
At the late election in the Alexander
Lodge, No. 04, I. 0. O. P., the following
persons were elected officers for the term
commencing July 1st, viz: Henry I.oflin.
N. G. Chris M. Osterloh, V. G.: Ilcnrv
AVells, Secretary; Jell'. M. Clark, lVrmaiwnt
Secretary; F. Bioss, Treasurer, aud J. II.
Robins. in, Representative to Grand Lodge.
John Thompson is a white man who
has been idling around Cairo f(,r sometime.
doing nothing in the way of honest labor,
4Uiil frequenting the haunts of the worst
dements of the community. Re was yes
terday in rai.,red More Justice Robinson on
n charg- of vagrancy ,id n(., $,-. A sy
of execution was entered, mid John wasgiv--en
just two hours to ,,!,. himself outside.
mur corporate limits.
Times have degenerated. It was a sad
8'iL'ht. t see a prominent member of the
lie form Club standing outside a levee
Hih ton yesterday, while his Kentucky
friends, whom he was showing around
town, left him fur it minute to see the mini
inside. The amount of downright, hard
thinking done by him during their mo-
mentary absence in;.y be guessed at it
can never Imj known. Wo extend to him
our sympathy In his mournful reflections.
For a few hours yesterday Cairo wore
the appearance of a holiday. The exeur
sionists from Fulton and the neighboring
sections, filled our streets, arrayed in their
best garments aud seemingly bent on see
ing all the sights our metropolis affords and
of enjoying themselves to the utmost. The
great body of them era vd to the other
side of the river on the ferryboat Three
States at about four o'clock in the after
noon. The party, it is said, numbered be-
txveen eight and nine hundred persons.
At a private meeting of a committee of
the Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
held at the foot of the steps leading to the
hall of the club, yesterday afternoon, a
lady was overheard to say something about
flO, and from this it is inferred that the
sum mentioned indicates the profits of the
entertainment given by the ladies on Tues
day evening last. Of course, the inference
may be a mistaken one. and if it is, we
xvill cheerfully afford space for its correc
tion. At the Methodist church the s"rvicfs
will be unusually interesting this morning
and afternoon ,as it is a i'hildrcn'sday, and
will be properly observed by a short senium
to the children in the morning and a song
service at three o'clock in the afternoon.
There will be nn services at niuht. The
music furnished for the day will consist of
anthems, quartets, duets aud solos by the
choir, special songs by the children and
choruses by the choir.
We have received from Messrs P. Lor-
illard & Co., of New York City, a specimen
of their tin tag plug tobacco. For ourselves.
we cannot abide the us of tobacco in any
shape; we look upon it its one of the relics
of slaver-, to be shunned by every one who
aspires to purity in morals ami upright
ness in those little characteristic the sum
of which constitute perfection in man. But
we have altout us several young men who
are ambitious to distend and puff out their
jaws, in imitation of the chipmunk, and
who can expectorate with the precision and
dexterity of a Bunsby. To their tender
mercies we turned over the plug, and they
pronounced it free from nil adulterations
or pernicious ingredients, and made from
the choicest cured leaf, with pure licorice.
It is having a great run everywhere.
Preparations are in progress to make
the celebration of the coming Fourth of
July eclipse all former occasions. Besides
the Mystic Krexv programme, fireworks,
races, etc., efforts are ljeing made to secure
an orator of more than pop-gun calibre.
By the way, we observe with pain, that the
reading of the Declaration of Independence
has by some unaccountable oversight lieen
omitted from the features of the day. Have
we no elocutionary talent f or-if we have,
shall it be allowed to slumber "and bring
forth no fruit.' The reading never fails to
convert Republicans who possess a glimmer
of sense to Democracy, and consequently to
virtue and sobriety. Let our best ami most
cultivated lung power be secured at once
for this important service. If dramatic
ability can be added to a stentorian voice
and commanding presence, we predict a
sensation. Have we this rare combination
in one person among us?
The following letters remain uncalled
for tit the Cairo post-otHce, on Saturday
evening. June 7:
Breeze I. A.; Barry Emma; Bascorn E.:
B;dicock Cora; Barker C; Corclt Julia;
Clayton Maggie; Callanan M. A.; Gunn
Annie; Harness 11.; Harrison M.; I very
Harriette; Johnson Julia; Jones P.: Kelley
Jane; Lee Mrs. D.; Mack Ann; Richason
Emma: Scagravcs Ella; Stevens Celico;
Sanders Moning; Saylor Nancy: Allison C.
W.: Brown Ambrose; Berry ('has.; Brooks
Win.; Clayton Alt'.: Clark A. E.; Clark C.
B.; Cloyn M. Y. Collis It. T.: Deistch
('has.; Ellis (teorge; Tresher T. B.; (Jalvin
Mike; Harlour A. P.; Humphrey A. N.l
HaetleR.:Ha!l J. II.; Jones A. H.; John
ston David; Kendall Wm., jr.; Lutz Anton;
Lindenfelter Thomas; Murphy John; Me-
Crarey M.; McMillian M ; Morris Win. II.;
McCauley Wm.; MeCollum Win.; Ryan R.
II.; Rodger Hubert; Riley Patrick ; Spring-
stead George; Sheridan John; Seem Wm.;
Sununitt J. F.; Tirrell Coleman; Tshute
Joseph; White C; Whitaker Charles;
Wright Edward; Wier J. M.; Waters L,
M.; Wilson R. S.
A gentleman well known w all our
people, and distinguished in railroad circles,
is responsible for the folloxviog utorv.
winch ,at the time of the incident referred
to, was not quite so slanderous as it would
noxv be: A good-natured gentleman, of
strong social propensities, believing with
St. Paul in taking a little something for
the stomach's sake, had occasion, while
traveling by rail in this end of the state, to
invite a friend to join him in a drink, and
brought out from his valise a bottle of
bourbon. He discovered that he had left
home without his corkscrew, u yery unusual
thing with him. . Returned to bis friend
and represented his dilemma to him. but
his friend was situated like himself had
left his corkscrew at home. He then ad
dressed a similar inquiry toothers near him,
but they were unable to relieve his neces.
sities. Finally he arose from his seat and
shouted at the top of his voice, "Is tliere a
gentleman from Cairo on this train !" At the
other end of the train the railroad gentle
tniiii arose in his phice and replied in the
alllrinative. 'Then," said the anxious in
quirer. "I'll trouble you Mr. for your cork
screw, for that is,I believe, an Indispensable
article in the traveling outfit of every Cairo
ite." The corkscrew was cheerfully hand
ed over, the cork retired from the mouth if
the Uittle, and the party adjourned to tie
A Padueah paper remarks that what
ever may lie true of other places, in tint
city, at least, the short dress now invogie
is unpopular, und can have but n brief ec
istence. It is fair to presume that tic
paper in question knows what it is talking
about. For our part we must confess tint
the subject of ladies'dress forms a consid
erable part of the large and instructr'e
volume coKtaining things we know entil
ing of ; but we are for the short dress that
is a short dress with a conservative cut
not too short. It look well, was origi
nated in sound sense aid good taste, and
in contrast with the street-sweeping and
mud-bedraggled train, is refreshing and
fair to look upoi. The fact that
since the adoption of the short
dress Padueah ladies have been confined
to their homes during the usual shopping
I. ours of the day, is not a good reason why
it should be unpopular everywhere. If na
ture has been unkind to them in the size
and shape of their understandings, they are
to be pitied, and we sympathize with them,
but we cannot for that reason join in the
hue and cry made against that which is u
true representative of the sju'rlt of compro
mise in dress. Here it U all the rage, and
is worn without a siiUsfe exception. How
ever, there is noreat loss without some
small gain, and what Padueah loses in an
testhetic sense it gains by the permanent
character of its immense leather and last
Lawks who have pale complexions.
blotches and pimples on the face, rough
skin or freckles, should use Dr. Bull's Blood
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Arbucket's Best Brown Coffee 2"i
Best 2 lbs Tomatoes 10
Be't 2 lbs Peaches 12.'
Bert I) lbs Tomatoes ; l,"t
Best Huston Butter 22
Lily White Flour, pcrbbl $0 50
Fancy Golden Rio Coffee 35
Choice Rio Coffee 20
Best German Soap, 4 bars 25
Best Soda Crackers, a lbs 25
Best Baking Soda Iil4'
Best Cheese 12i
Choice Prints 5
Best Muslin 3ftl0
Linen Suits 1 25,5 00
Also a full line of fans nml white goods.
We have now ojicn and on sale fruit jars
of all kinds, which we guarantee to sell
lower than any other house in Cairo lsith
wholesale and retail. Buy your goods
where a dollar will go the furthest at
the Nkw Y'ohk Stohk.
(lnA.snlUvi.-i r Tickets for tlio raffle of
the Hibernian engine house and two lots
I property worth over five thousand dollars)
are noxv ready for sale and may be had of
members of the company. Tickets are also
for sale at different business houses
throughout the city. The drawing will take
place in the new engine house, July 4.17.
and will be under the direct supervision of
Messrs. T. AY. Halliday. R. II. Cunning
ham and Sol. A. Silver. Tickets, 1.
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
TIIKIlt KKSlMlNsK TO TIIK ltKqi'KST OK Till;
TAX-l'AYKIts' ASS4.K IATION.
The following communication from the
Tax-payers' Association and the resolution
in response thereto adopted by the Board
of County Commissioners explain them
selves; To the llonornlile Bourd of County (iinitnisiiiiiier-,
Alexander County, 111m :
Gknti.kmks: At a meeting of the Cairo
Tax-payers' Association, of this city, held
ill their hall Friday evening, 7th instant, the
following resolution, introduced by the
chairman of the executive committee, was
adopted by a unanimous vote of the associa
tion, to-wit :
Resolved. That the authorities of the city
of Cairo and county of Alexander be re
quested to give assurance that they will co
operate with this association in employing
every legal means of contest and defence in
resisting the payment of either principal or
interest of any bond or bonds of the city or
county, not included in ami covered by' the
'funding arrangement"' which the voters of
Cairo are asked to pass upon at the election
to be held on the 'i7th day of June, 178;
and to give further assurance that they will
provide the funds to pa all reasonable ex
penses of said defense am) contest.
(A true copy of the minutes or tin; pto
eeedings), M. B. Hahiikm., Sec'y.
Caiiio, Ills., June x, 17.
Whereas, the Tax Payer's Association of
the city of Cairo, and the county of Alex
ander, have by resolution recommended that
a Funding arrangement proposed by the
Funding Association of the I'nited States,
of the city of New York, as set out in a
published report of said Tax Payer's Associ
ation, upon the bonded indebtedness of the
city of Cairo and county of Alexander,
be adopted, by which arrangement, if
adopted, the boml"d indebtedness of the
county of AlexaudiT will be adjusted by
Hie issue oy the couuty of new bonds tor
about 5H per cent of il'ic principal and over
due interest of the bonds noxv oustanding,
xaid new I Is to lie payable in 20 years
and to bear interest at Uie rate of six per
cent per milium, ami
Whereas, in the opinion of this Board it
is useless for the county to attempt to pay
a larger sum in satisfaction of its outstand
ing bonds than is confomplnted to be paid
by said proposed funding arrangement, n
the exactions in taxes for such a purpose
would be greater than tax pavers would re
Therefore, resolved, that this Board
hereby approves of said proposed fumling
aiTaiiireiaent, for adjusting fu. ,mlcd' In
debtedness of the county, and will coope
rate with the milhorities'of tin' city o'airo
and the taxpayers of said city and of the
county of Alexander in carryiiiir into effect
said proposed Funding arrangement, and, if
said arrangement Is adopted ami authorized
by the voters of the county as required by
law, this Board will adopt nil proper meas
ures to assist in carrying it into effect, and
will also use. all proper means to effect the
collection and payment of any of the IjoihU
of the county, except as provided for by the
promised funding arrangement, contribut
ing such portion of the funds necessary to
defray the expem e of the contest, as may
be just and reasonr'ile, and as this Board
may hereafter determine.
An Astonisiiino Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
I'. i.'npr from the effects of Dyspepsia, or dis
ordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is most alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a plesant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. Tliere is no
good reason fortius, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skep.'cisin, take the
advice of ilruguists and your friends, and try
one bottle of Green's August Flower, your
speedy relief is certain. Millions of bottles
of this medicine have been given away to
try its virtues, xvith satisfactory results in
every case. You can buy a sample bottle
for ten cents to try. Three doses will re
lieve the worst case. Positively sold by all
druuists on the Wistem Coutinent.
Notick.- Go to the Nexv York Store and
obtain prices before you buy elsewhere, and
you will save money. Largest and best
assorted stock in Southern Illinois tit
wholesale and retail. Full line of Mason's
Patent Fruit Jars. Also Standard Ring
Jars and Tin Cans for putting up Fruit, at
lower prices than .dsexx here.
Oi n old friend Fred. Hofheinz, is talk
ing of engaging in the grocery and provis
ion business, on Eighth street, between
Washington rid Commercial avenues,
I win. sell n easy terms my farm sit
uated in Pulaiki county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvciicnts. in all resjR'cts; situated
three miles mrthcast of Caledonia.
M.VT1IKW RoA( It.
For information, apply to John Hogan.
Foil RkntTIic business rooms now oc
cupied by Jienry Frohm.i, as a bakery,
corner .f 14th street and Washington ave
nue. For particulars apply to Henry
Qt'KUY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco wlen they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of N;rth Carolina" at the same price.'
Thk NeV Glass Oil Cans, Simmon's Re
frigators. Water Coolers and Ice-Cream
Freezers a; A. Hallcy's, 115 Commercial
UNION" r UN DAY SCHOOL PIC-NIC
TIIK hV AM1KI.ICAI. SCNOAY Scllool.S To (ill
TO KOIIT .IKKKKsOS ON Tlll'ltsl) Y.
JI NE 20.
At the nuggestion of Rev. Dillon-Lee,
rector of the Episcopal church, acquiesced
in by Rev. B. Y. George. patnr of the Pres
byterian church, Rev. A. P. Morrison, pas
tor of the Methodist church, and the clergy
of Cairo generally, a meeting of the clergy
and Sunday school superintendents of Cairo
was held at the office of S. P. Wheeler.
Esq., Saturday. June th, 17. at 4 p. m.
H. II. Candee was called to the chair. It
was unanimously agreed that a union pic
nic excursion, of all the Sunday Si hools of
Cairo to Fort Jefferson. Kentucky, should
take place on Thursday, June 20. 17.
Upon motion a ''committee of arrange
ments' was appointed, to carry into effect
the wishes of the meeting, and duly em
lowered to arrange for transportation, re
freshments, printing, etc. as follows:
Mr. S. D. Avers, from the Presbyterian
Mr. C. P. S. Pennchakor. from the Baptist
Mr. W. F. MeKec, from the Methodist
('apt. B. F. Miller, from the Christian
Misson Sunday school.
Mr. M. F. Gilbert, from the Episcopal
On motion the Sunday school superin
tendents were ad led to S lid comuiitteee,
as follows :
Mr. L. W. Stillwell, superintendent of
the Methodist Sunday school.
Mr. S. P. Whei ler, superintendent of the
Piesliyterlan Sunday school.
Mr. O. M. Alden, superintend 'tit of the
Chrisiian Mission Sunday school.
Mr. II. II. Candee, superintendent of the
Episcopal Sunday school.
D. G. OxvKNs, druggist, Altoon.i. Pa.,
writes: '-Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has u won
derful reputation, the demand for it is really
astonishing. Mothers x.!ll have no other.
It is destined to supersede all other Sooth
Nails, Naiis. We offer to the trade.
Nails nt 2.25 rates. In lots special rates
will be given. N.. Yoiik Stoi;k.
Til K German Lutheran School, on Thir-
t Ih street, taught byR-v. Mr. Durschticr,
will be open during the Summer months,
to give children xho attend the public
schools an opporturnity to learn the Ger
Foil Ri'i.vr A large store-room situated
at No. HO Ohio Levee, 25x125 feet. For
Sale: a buggy, harness, etc,, and also a No.
1 piano. For further particulars Inquire ol
A. P, Si iiui:i. i.;u, Agent,
No. ho Ohio Levee.
THE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
Kt .v mJ fesfr -s& C&o
PUKES JlEHUCKl) TO $ PER DAY.
Aliov I'urlor Floor, exeejitiu Front Room and Ituoiji with Htu.
UOOMS WITHOUT HOARD. 81 TO 8'i PER DAY
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
MKK. I.VM It A. i 'K.
JjJUKEKA ! KirUNKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Ouphaxs' M total Aid Sociktv
Or'ai:-eJ Jaljr 4. nnJer th-Uf t!i Mate of Ullou!. Copyrl-tileJ July . 177. sutler rt of
OFKICK It H :
N. B. THM'LKWooD. po.:...;io.vr.
MRS. P. A. TAVI.oR. Vu r. PtiK.Mo.vr. J. A. GOLDSTIXK. Tiikasliiku.
DR. J. J. GoIR-iN. M: ;i:rvi. ArnHm. THo.VAS LEWIS, hktaiiv.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
M KS. r. A. TAVIH.
.s. it. Tiiisri.hrtijoa.
M!sM KA'IK I.. His VM.
J. .1. (il)llOON.
.1. A. ooi.otim:,
Mils. S. ,. AYHKrf,
WKor Jirtiru!r Inquire- t the oftloe. ro-ner Sex
ury aww. m
The largest wholesuJe and retail Dry
Goods und Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily and are
ottering great bargains in the most hand
some lines of CAUPK'IS, OIL CLOTHS
ami MATTINGS; silk.Cadiinere. Lott
icttes, und a great many other new
st)les of Dl'ess Goods. Falls. Etc.; ill
fact ill every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
o call and see their stock.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Whok'snlo D''iiW.r in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON. WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car liOiuls a Specialty.
OFFIC !: :
( oi'. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
1:K! ICK! KJK!
.1 A C 0 IJ K L K K ,
N now Pr-piireil
To Kill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
lime A Mi ! K HolSH AT TMK C'lTV IlllKtVHHV.
1 ce ! 1 co I I co !
TSIOKTI I MUN .ICK,
COIINKK r.KillTII s'i'KKKT, ( Allfo, ILLINOIS.
ICK! ICK! ICK! ICE! ICK!
At tin' roraer of Kllit street mill Ohio Levee, wo
life hum prepared to till onlei-H for pure Luke lei; nl
reii.oieilile pili'i. mill In oininile. ol' from ten
pound, to cur I'l.nl lot. iiihI will ciiiiniiilm to emrv
our iMislomi1. HhuukIi tl".1 Heiuoii. l.envo orders iC
Hie old sliiiid.
YOl'l'M A MlillUlAN.
XI KS. K. ( .KOIti).
S. U. AYKKM.
THOMAS I tWIS.
- nCi tre.-t nit Comm.Tcinl i. t)U'. Winter. Work.
(.Rih KK's AM roMKIsspiV HKKfJUXTs.
57 OHIO LEVEE.
Ai.KXTS AMERICAN I'OU DERCOMP'V
'A' stiiaitov. I n.ro T. tiimi. Mi.,i;ri.
( A I I'.'i. ILLINOIS.
( omniission )fercliants,
Di ll K 11- l
(.RAIN. KLOl K AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Funnel's' Tobuceo WarehniiM1
(eiieral Coniiiiissioii Merchants,
No. ti." mil 1-rComtuer 1 ('.,,, , .
Cil Avetllf. ( V A I UO, II.I.X.
IIHKKAI. Aihum-eiie nt. nmde on C'onl(;nnient
4 of 'I'olniini. Flour and (uniii.
COA Jj .
Orders for Coal hy the ciir-louil, ton or
In linifslicmls for sliipnient promptly at
tended to. To larij'o coiisuiiiers and all
iiKiimfactureis we nre prepared to sup
ply any quantity, hy Hie mouth or jear,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
.1!ri' on wtiurfhoiit. fool of Sixth street ! iiltlce of
II d ldiiv llriitliers, oppote St. Clinrle" Hotel;
lietviitlmi Mil's. Ttsenlii'tli street; Colli Illlllip. foot
ul 'lliirtj elK'itli .li'eet. in post iillleo iliuw er :J00.
sJ IB- 1 17 i ... .