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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, isai.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
BNTKKK.I) AT Til It POST nPFICK IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS tjr.COM CLASS MATTER.
OKKICIAL PAPKIt (if CITY AND COUNTY
I .nrftOKt Circulation of liny Daily in
LOCAL WHAT11KR Klil'OKT.
Cairo. Ill .. .Inn. Ill, IS"I
Time. Hr. Ttior. Hum. Wind. Vt'l Wtlier.
U " li'.l '.II
Maximum Ti'mperittnrii. Mo Minimum Tom.
p(rRtiire 4.1 1: Kninnill, 0.00 inch.
Kiver, s fool 7 Inchi, KhII 31 hn hes.
W. II, RAi
Sem't Signal Corui, D. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NuIiith In Ihin column, flvo cent per lino, each
The ciipartnL-rsliip heretofore existing be
tween us is this day dissolved by mutuul
consent. W. H. Pkttis,
January lit, 1SS1. A.. I. Biiid.
A partnership has this l:iy been formed
between us to do general groceries business.
V. IS. Pkttis,
C. S. Mkkkmtii.
The style of the new firm is l'eltis it
Meredith. All parties indebted to the old
firm of l'eitis A. liird will please come
forward and settle with the new firm.
Day School for Hoys and Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
mansbip, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New liilliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartniiin, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wi-hed for in a first class ctablihmeiit.
he h is spaired no pains to nuke LU place
on' ot the r.iot attractive resorts in the city,
and invite? all to cm-' vit sr him.
H -.(! Fih! (.time!
Fk H :y-t-;r. in xz i t'.t v. tj tit
us -c i-y u t-i--iii-k ne-
:j "?r M'lt ': i -t-i.:;v. : J . rut 1
f.u'.rs. 3 7 rwt ( i. ;. :hn. ThAi L'i J
tfi:u. u i.uo ti c l vict :'"esiii i
T:t 2ini rii!t.;;!'. uw uii.mr 1.L
Ui.L tJit Je..:;"! : i; epe.-.irei.. i-eui. r:in, 1li j
ru . n.' Jirtert ii "in tieit.ii;m."ttr
: te -.'!- lilt:' Jin), en-no' Olio 2 ." unci
I.:ri:-:i i;:""m,v Koi;i:i"t ilrvr-i. &r x.
Tin ti;i!-: unt' jmreis; liupoiv.o uruii."...
icirie! uij ;i o'.iei! wni't uii.e ti:- ci.i-i'j'ei i
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'nt,ri:y.:",ri..cl, tt i.l.c oi'-r cf i'. ur
M, imd (.:-i:!tmcniU: v.ii 1. "v-f fat vr.i
fi-'.i t. Wi'li ( V'ii;i Vfcnvtv ' f Vti.ici.i
iroin '- ii i'U.: li'-wii to a
su.ky. i;'! Tn a f.:-t-t cund.tion, as well
h htt'J-iie mi it ri'V.i. re;r.!ia. may be had
ti! the ui'iii ii i!):i)il'' fiureson a moment's
u..tite .1 ln "H re M.uison". Hisplaeeof
LUjiit"i i1- 3ii c innection with the telephone
bai t.lor ltif- r-vtived thereby will receive
imws Til I V ;o.
VunUft old reliable oyster depot have
reiuoo 3 the price of oysters to 25, 35 and
45ctsf.T choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk waived d.iily and for sale by the
d j en, hundred, U:ut or gallon, llemem
Ih.t thr stand,
WlNTMl'O OVSTKK Dhl'OT,
On Lighth street.
Wood and Coal,
A full supply "1 Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, ,jut receivel from the mines and
for sale ut 1. 00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at the C. & . It. H. yards,
Closing Out, Hoots ami Shoes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrcns' sewed and pegged Boots anil
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an initueiiM' stock of spring
goods winch will l"gin to arrive soon. If
in want of anything m my line 1 would ad
vise you to call mi me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. KK'II.
No. !)() CouniM K i ul liVi line between Fifth
md Sixth slreein. Cairo Ills.
Hiti'Men's Arnica Salve.
'1 he bent salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
(ctter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
nil kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Oit. F O'Haha
Thfl ladies of the Library Assx:iatiou
have mado arrangements with the Rcdpiith
Lyceum Uuroau to turnisii an entertain
uient fur the benefit of the Cairo Public
Library through Mr. Stuart Rogers, one of
the finest and inoht successful elllirnfter
impersonators on the American stage. Ho
will probably bo in Cairo the 17th of
February, and will present one of the best
entertainments ever given hero of that
character, of which further announcement
will be made.
Foil HKNT. Uooins on Eleventh street,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tlieHn coltinitii, ten cbiiti per line
onck inxrrllon. Marked
"A poetical contribution" is crowd
cd out to-day, but will appear in our next
Prunes, Curants, Uaisins, Preserves
and Jelly, cheap. Pettis & Meredith.
"Miss Mollio Clayland has gono to
Cairo to visit friends." Paducuh News.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a largo stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The ice in the Mississippi moved dwwn
stream about fifteen feet since last Satur
Young Wilson Whittaker, sou of Rev.
Whitaker, was reported very sick yester
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large. stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
We have still a few mounted and var
nishcd maps of Cairo, for sale, nt Tiik
Mr. S. P. Wheeler's residence was yes
terday connected with the telephone ex
change; its number is eighty-four.
Oat Steal, Cracked Wheat, Farina,
Dried Green Peas and Dried Corn, at re
duced prices. Pettis ,t Meredith.
Mr. George Fisher went to Missouri
on business yesterday, but will return soon
perhaps to day.
Check books, rceipt books, order
bonks, etc., made f order short notice
at The Bi lletin office.
The officers of the telephone exchange.
rootetrpure a engage la tncir quarter.
The prestos r-a too :n.ili f. r them.
Mr. T. W. F;v. s-..-f the Cxlw
izi V::ii:i. rL'.vL r.'.t .:' iiy
zz:rr.:.zz, it. i : i' ?.ht cr Ur.
Ti-f Ms -'. Cijt? c:.:y: '.k-
?.n;''c-jc ts5 Cu mz; Try car
K'las C.ck. 'U-lvr&f Dr. Grvc. cf
KtY:c I;:::.va : in the c'.:y. ca &
V'n iivi t'X.: 5-r ztl:'. Ja i; Grves.
Ttt ;rkj? ntitic ia the Mct.Vviiit
A-rttu U ez'2Zi to n-.rht
Li'5 ::' ' l' .'.r :hr:u.-h :L? w-xk. A full
ir..ts:ii ii i-.':-: i.
We ttiko a f ;-x': .'::v of gae Ten: jo if
you aunt s- nit;th:::j r:i".y c!i'"ice. give u?
a tnai; !.- s;.uir.teed p':e Ground
Spices. IVttis & M-re-iitb.
The name of the Illinois Cotrl bnkc
inaD, who had his hand bal'y r;-.-':.-1 last
Saturday as reported m Sunliy's II' i.i.e
tin, was David M unlock.
Mayor M. Weil, of Paducih, will - a
candidate for re-election, having accepted a
call from a number of citizens to do so; he
has held the oflice, altogether, for eight
Cook Corned Beef, Lunch Tongue, 2 lb
canned Roast Beef, Pie Peaches, White
Heath Peaches, White Wax Cherries and a
full line of best brands of Canned Giids.
Pettis it Meredith.
The Chicago Tribune says that most
papers do not pay for poetry, hut that,
wishing to encourage genius in a substan
tial manner, it gives a cent a pound for all
verses written on white paper.
A Baltimore clergyman recently
preached on the subject "Why was Lazarus
a beggar?" We suppose because he didn't
advertise. Burlington Hawkeye. He may
have published a country weekly.
"Nothing," remarks the Philadelphia
News, "so takes the conceit out of the
average man as to order his paper discon
tinued and then see the editor going right
along and getting rich without him."
Ilereaftir the "Delta house'' will be
called the "Globe, hotel." It is now open
for business, transient ami regular boarders,
and under the management of Mr. Wilson
will become one of our popular hotels.
R'.'V. Murphy, a returned missionary,
a gentleman of learning and nn able
speaker, will preach in the Presbyterian
church on Wednesday night. Everybody
is cordially invited to be in attendance.
Boston Cod Fish, 5 cents per pound;
12-lb kits Ki.mily Mackerel, 75 cents; 10-lb
No. 1 kits Mackerel, $ 1.25; 5 lb tins, some
thing nice, 50 and 75 cents; Boston Cod
Fish balls, choice Mackerel (loose), 50
cents per dozen. IVttis &, Meredith.
As an indication of the amount ot im
provements, to take place when the spring
opens, wc note the fact that John Poore
has the contract to build three new dwell
ing houses, in the upper part of the city;
work to commence as soon as the weather
The steamer llillinan has again been
put aflou. The veteran wrecker Charley
Hill, with his busy little wrecking boat,
has been Industriously nt work on her lor
several days, nnd has succeeded in placing
her in a condition for further
repairs. Shu will bo towed
out into the river to-day und will
be entirely overhauled and, when ready,
will again resume her regular trips between
here und Hickman. Whilo wo sympathize
with Captain Ambrose in his loss, wo must
also congratulate him upon the speed with
which ho will be enabled to recover all
through the elliciency of tho wrecker,
Dr. C. W. Dunning, like nearly every
other citizen of Cairo, has lost faith in, and
become, delisted with cinder and gravel
sidewalks and will replace bis present
gravel walk with ono of bricks. Ho lias
already procured tho material for the pur-
poso and tho work w ill begin in a day or
The Illinois Central railroad company
has built a side track at Mounds Junction
in order to uccommodnto the great number
of freight cars, which are constantly acctim
ulating at this end of tho line, and lor
switching off passenger trains when neces
sary. The track will ucconimodato three
Professor Riely, chairman of the
cntimological commission at Washington,
has prophesied a grasshopper raid duvingthe
coming summer, which is to devastate por
tioiiBof not lesstlmnadozenstates, including
the southern portion of Illinois. Our
farmers and gardncrs may govern, them
Sunday evening tho Mississippi rail
road made the fastest time on record in the
transfer of the passenger coaches. From
the time the coaches left the incline on the
Kentucky shore until they were taken off
the steamer here, hoisted, their trucks
changed and ready to proceed upon their
route north, was twenty five minutes.
At the request of parties interested wr
call the attention of whomever, under the
ordinances, it may concern, to the condition
of the sidewalk at the southwest corner of
Nineteenth street and Commercial avenue
which, though only one of a hundred other
similar places, is entirely impassable and
causes much dissatisfaction Hinong the citi
zens in that neighborhood.
In one of the towns of Northwest Ar
ksiKis Thanksgiving services were ap
pointed to l.e held, in accordance with the
prtxl:tni at ion by the governor. When the
hHircam.' for opening the exercises, the only
two per' !-. in the church were the preach
er and tie? village editor. "Let us he
:h!-.ifu'.." observe I the clergyman, "that
:!.ire are two people in this God forsaken
t.Twnwhoi.t mindful of the claimsof heaven
'-pa them." "K'-no!" sai l the editor;"!
rjsin ir.;.-r," he ad le i, correcting himself
List night about fifteen minutes to ten
o'clxk Mr. Mike M ahany, an old resident
of Cairo, and step-fathr of our city clerk,
IV-cnN Foley, died at his residence
o.i Nineteenth street at a mature
a'. He Lai bee a sick with quick con
sumption for about three weeks, and his
h:v.li was quite sudden and unexpected
and will cause surprise and deep regret
amon' those who knew him. Owing to
tiie lateness of the hour we wen- unable to
o.tain lull nartuui.ars. services anil
f'lr.eral will probably take place to-morrow.
- S piire Osborn seems to haye become a
favorite among young people who contem
plate Ciurria'e, which cannot well be ac-
co'inte 1 f.r in any other way than that,
either from personal experience or from
u:g pr.utie he is enabled to perform the
ile.icafe job in tin- latest approved style.
We are led to the,i remarks by the lad
that within the la-t few days he has been
ttmee called upon to transform his criminal
court into cupid's court, and his desk into a
HTtnennial altar. The names of the happy
couples were: first, Henry Heller and Rena
Rus.se ; Hecoud, Joshua Crofton and Callie
Nichols, and third, William McC'ormick
and MuKie Mclw e. The firt-t were married
on the 21th; tho second, on the 2Sth, and
the third, on Sunday night last.
Sunday evening, at live o'clock, young
Mr. Patrick Naiighton breathed his last,
after a lingering illness ot many months.
He leaves behind him a mother, two sisters
and a number of more distant relatives and
innumerable sincere friends, who deeply
regret his untimely taking oil'. He was
twenty-two years of age, at tho time nf his
death, was raised in Cairo, ami had been
an ellieieiit und trusty employe of the New
York store, for live or six years. Owing to
nn agreeable disposition and a freedom
from misanthropy, he was always looked
upon as indispensable when any social or
other event was under consideration, ami
was a universal favorite wilh all who knew
him, both young and old. His funeral
took place yesterday afternoon nt two
o'clock, by special train, and was largely
Tho movement begun in tho c ty coun
cil some time ago at the instance f Alder
mail Blake, whb'1) has for its ol.jcot the
reconstruction of tho plank walk around
tho north-cast corner of Fourtceith ami
Cedar streets, is anxiously watdied by
many of the people of thu Third iddition
to tho city and should not be allowed
lag. None but those who
reside in tho portion of town deiignatcd,
ami who havo no alternative but U use the
Fifteenth street walk, know what m odious
hindrance to pedestrimiiiui it is, cr can ap
preciate tho absolute necessity fin rebuild
ing tho other walk. It is true that, in
weather like wu have had within the last
few days, no sidewalks could remain
clean for any length of time, but this
stretch of walk has not been in u decent
condition since it has been in existence (ex
cept, perhaps, when it was frozeii hard) its
very construction was an abortion and it
has been tho fruitful ciiuso of endless
curses ever since. Wo speak from au as'
suraiicu that amounts to a positive knowl
edge when we say that it is the daily
expressed wish of nearly every resident,
who is compelled to use tho walk
referred to (ami that includes unless than
forty families) that the plank walk contem
plated by Mr. Blake's resolution, bo speedi
ly constructed; and, should tho matter
coiiio before the city council to night, it is
to bo hoped that the wishes of tho people
in this respect, will be complied with.
The attorney-general of this state,
Mr. McCartney, has submitted to
the legislature his opinion us to when
the amendment to tho Illinois constitution
relative to the terms of county officers,
which was adopted ut thu last general elec
tion, is to take effect. In his judgement
the old constitution holds good in this res
pect until it comes in conllict with the new,
when it is repealed by implication ; this does
not occur until the Tuesday after the first
Monday in November, 1HS2, Consequently
the county officers, elected at the last elec
tion, whose terms expires on the first Mon
day in December, 1SS, will not hold over
another year, until the day of election set
by the amendment, but an election will he
held under Iheold constitutional provision,
and the officers then elected will hold their
offices until the day of election designated
by the new provision, which will be t lie lirst
Monday in December 12. Our county
officers, and others, will no doubt feel nn
interest in the matter. The opinion has
been referred to the judiciary committee,
which will report upon it in due time.
J. II. Barloti, editor of the Free Press,
published at Cai boiidalc, and an able writer
devotes nearly a whole column ot the
last issue of his paper to an article full of
wholsonie advice to, and pointed hits at,
Brother loy, of the "Cairo News." Alter
discoursing at length, upon the impropriety
of Mr. Joy's anger because Governor Cullom
nominated Robinson as Mr. Obcrly's suc
cessor on the board ot railroad commis
sioners he, Barioii, concludes us follows:
"When republican editors- small editors
of very small papers, like Mr. Joy and our
self and oven big editors like him of the
Mound City Patriot, assume to run things,
we are apt to retire from the task very
much alter the fashion of a spanked small
boy, the tender part smarting, und swearing
like troupers when we know our maternal
ancestor is riot within hearing distance.
Bro. Joy is disgruntled. He is nn office
seeker, and is disappointed, and as a conse
quence he is cutting up. He must learn to
labor and to wait labor earnestly and un
complainingly and to wait long and pa
tiently. If he is worthy, in due time he
will be rewarded -probably. If he con
tinues to cut up be never will be anything
but Tom Joy." Barton is a heartless
wretch who, with a ready, sarcastic pen
and a fertile brain as his weapons, seems to
take particular delight in dissecting the
words a. id deeds of those who excite his
On last Saturday night some one t n-
tered the Illinois Central mail-car, in wkich
Mr. O. Viquasney, one of the I'. S. mail of
ficials, was asleep and robbed him of
his watch, six dollars in greenbacks and
sonic foreign coins. No clue to the Ihief
was discovered until Sunday, when Officer
John Sbeehan accidcrdially came upon
some of the money, in the hands of a
negro. The officer asked him where
he had obtained the money, am
was told that another negro had "riven it
to him. Being threatened with ar rest the
negro revealed the name of the party from
whom he had received it. Taking his
negro with him, Mr. Shechan looked up
the man referred to, upon whose person he
found more of the stolen in iney He took
this man under arrest, who admitted having
ivi.ii the lirst negro the money, but ulso stat
ed that lie was not alone guilty of the theft;
but that he had hail an accomplice, and
he was not willing to bear the punishment
alone. lie, therefore, revealed the naineol
his accomplice, who was also arrested by
Officer Shechan and both were lodging in
jail until yesterday, wheu they were brought
before Judge Olmsted for trial. There
being no doubt of their guilt, the judge
bound them both over in the sum of two
hundred and lil'ty dollars, and they will
anguish m the dark, damp dungeons of
the county bastile until the next term of
-One of I he most painful duties which
it has been our lot to perform for many a
day, is to record the deatli of Mr. James
W. Stewart, a man who was well known
throughout this part of the country und
highly respected for his noblo char
acter. As is known by ull
readers of Tiik Bu.i.kti.n, his death
has been expected for soini) time, and it
came yesterday forenoon at 1 1 ;;)0 o'clock.
lie suffered much nml long from that
'bcudlul disease, consumption, which has
never yet failed tocarry its victims to tho
grave, Mr. Stewart was born at Buffalo,
Aew Wk.on August 2K A. I)., 1812.
lb) came to Cairo in the naval
servicu o ,(! Kovcriimi!nt in 1802
and remained hero in that capacity during
me years 1nu:i mid 1H(11. Ho was married
to Miss Francis White, of this city, on
October 2nd, 18(H!, and was the father of
two sons ami three daughters, who, together
wmi nis wile and other relatives, remain to
mourn his death. Leaving thu naval hit
vico ho entered thu employo of llalliduy !
Brothers and shortly after became connect
ed with the City National bank where, with
tho exception of about two years, when ho
engaged in business for himself, ho has re
mained until his death. Ho whs u lino
penman mid bookkeeper, a true Christian, a
kind husband and father, and au evir
ready und faithful friend to all whoever
knew him, or needed him. He was a mem
ber ol the Baptist chinch and of the Knights
of Honor at the time of his death. His
remains will probably hi! taken to Union
town, Ky., for burial, where other members
of his family have proceeded him.
County Judge Me(!onagill,of Puducali,
has determined upon a course that com
mends itsi'lt to the careful consideration of
everybody that has a due regard for the
well being of our juvenile population. The
judge has determined to procure a list of
the names of all the youthful
vagrants, who lounge about the
streets and alleys of the town; to cause
their arrest in order to ascertain who and
what they are, und, if possible, to have
them properly taken care of by those whose
natural duty it may be. Paducuh is by no
.means the only place where exists the occa
sion lor such action. Cairo, and in fact
every other town, has the same dis
grace to bear. We have our share of
youthful vagabonds hoys of from six to
fifteen years of age - yes, and older -who,
through idleness in things useful and, a
constant aiqilicatii ii to the study of mis
chief, have become a positive nuisance to
the community. They nre familiar with
all the alleys, by-ways, gambling and other
houses in the city; their vocabularies con
tain all the Idlest and foulest slang
phrases, which they never fail
to use when opportunity offers; they
delight in playing practical jokes upon
unsii-pi cting strangers and in abusing
respected citizens for the merriment it
affords to tle ir fellows ;they haunt the pub
lic squares by d ay and the threatre doors
and by night, learning the noble
arts of gambling, di iiiking.sinoking, swear
ing and carroiising generally. They nre
not nil ragged and dirty either. Some of
them have the a 'i'V.. hanck of young
gentlemen, but these are tne most to blame,
for it is presumable that they have had
better training than the ragged urchins,
and they are usually the acknowledged
leaders. If by some mentis this evil could
be ameliorated it should be done; and those
who would undertake the task should
receive the hearty cooperation of every
lover of purity in our youth.
W. ('. AND L, A.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's dub and Library association,
which takes plai n Wediie-day, Feb.
2d, Will be one of er,.;it interest. The
meeting of lie- board of trustees will con
vene at 2 o'clock piomptly. The associa
tion will meet at I! o'clock und the literary
exercises begin at half past thiee. Tin y
will consist of a select reading by Mrs. P.
A. Powell, the efficient and active librarian,
and an interesting paper by Mrs. Anna K.
Safforl. entitled. "Journeying through
Sicily. Malta and Tun;-," giving the ex
perience of an eye w itness in those interest
ing countries. A cordial invitation is cv
tended to all, to attend the literary ex
Knr He- ' iiiro Hull' U'i
SUA KIM. HANI'S.
It in ty be going too fir to say that one
person may judge the character ol another
by the manner in which they shake hands.
But certainly theie is a significance in those
busy members ol the body from which by
clo.e attention we might learn something.
l'!perieiice has t night us not to trust the
owners of limp inoi -t hands, which close
coidially on nothing save their own posses
sions. A comment. iloron this subject says :
"It is the touch of the h ind, which warms
or chills my heart at greeting and makes
mi! know to aceitainty how much or how
little I shall like the person before llie,
If i In: lingers close about my own with u
short, quick, convulsive grasp, I know
full well that we should simp, snarl and
finally qu irrel and that the least I have
todo with theowner of those wiry digits,
the better oil' I shall be, If a nerveless
cold hand glides into my own und seems
disposed to lie there without lile. I know,
at once, that all my happiness would be as
nothing in that awful palm. But if the
hand grasps yours and holds it firmly in
strong warm lingers, take our word for it
you are sal'u in cultivating the friendship
of tho owner. 1. A. M.
C.muo, III., Jan. 2S, l.ssf.
Al l. sh'Ulhl recollect that with the loss of
health, loss of enjoy iinnt and happiness
soon follows. A cough or cold quickly
intlermines the health, and should hit
checked by the prompt- use of Dr. Hull's
C'oiigh S)i'iip. i' or sale I y all druggists.
I 'rice 2.r cents.
Kxtiiact.-For persons sutfering from
exhaiiston of the powers of the brain nml
nervous system, from long and continued
study or teaching,or in those cases of ex
haustion from which so many young men
sulfur. 1 know of no better liiedieino for
restoration to health than Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of HypophosphitcB.
Ei)ioNi)Ci.AY, M. P., I'ugwush, N. S.
Dr. Kline's (beat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neivo Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Semi to u.)i Arcn
street, Philadelphia, I'eiin.
Not for a Fortune.
"Phew," I wouldn't marry her if she'd a
fortune,. Poor girl, sheM N all right if sho
look Spring Blossom i ho butt thing in tho
world for olfensivo iiremn. rrico ou cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
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bund, mikk hi lleiire. and mil t, Irani li ..rk.
Addrins liy letter Imx I I", I'iihI Olllce.
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rlciirlllle lu (lit- uroperly. 'er inli.inmii,,,,
terms, ulo ,iiy nt ,c City ,V(.rv sii.l.l,.
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ATTENTION! ATTENTION! !
A NKW liAliliKUSIIOI.
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rro MjIj (M:NTrj:Mi:x:
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NOT I O K
Tim Kiiiiulili' I.il'e AsHiiriiiin- Sm U v i.inlioi
llerhll-ed ilB iiiln l. liv.-r llnee years III I'.iriv, 1,1
lie lllCOIlll-Hllllllr, iIHHiI;(ih ;
On nml nil. r.liinnnry let, s-, n n., I,,, ,,,,.
Ie"la1ile pel ( i,n will ! ii, t iiinlur.ly, vuMmnt
relnile nt Inter, -I, num. .len.-iy nit, , t. r,.,., ,,,, (lt
till! Sorli'Jy'H lilllri' in Yelk of n,r Is I I ,,ry
pl-unlnof (J. Ilth, ha;. tPr r III Vflll'l lilKl K-U ;-.',h'
lory iliHi lniri'i-frein lie: p u I i' in ii,i., . i. nl ,
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nml I' Hill iiiiii wilh iiiln-r rerrieinirs
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unit 'I. tor r lie nirnis.- nf i-,,,, ,-iii: ii,. r . . ,.f
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met prior yi nts ,
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runry. A. II., iss . ii t. ii
Al (h.-fior-,eii-ef U. )' Cuni.. i ,,f
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mi i .ii in . null,, i-iniiii precini i . or ' n
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nt Sni.u Ke. nt.tn i-V pr.-i lnrt, K, ,;,,.
tie- ilitv n( Kilirnnrv. A . le. ls-1
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town ,,f ' hi l . 'I h. l.rt. prerii.i i on 'l . ,',r
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ne: .nn liny nl c . - r r : nrv. A. II.,
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itry. A II . lss
Al lie- sli.r.' )tiii,-,,f 1 K'!tv-r-.i. !n l.'t-t
fiat"' (iimrileiiii pn run t, nn ,ti.ri!iv. lln , , ,; . v
of Ki lirnnrv A 1) , iss) '
At the r.-sid, i i-.- ef pi I, r Smp. in Kirs' (
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Al lie-r. itl i slut.' oll.i . nf M .1, Hm,;, ,-., s.,
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A II . Iss, ' "
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t'lni 1. on l'ridiiv, tie- HI, ,im (,f y:ir, llm ,. i . !-.- ',.
At tie-niiiri hm:i- in l-'niirih t p., , . ; , ., , .,
S.-iiiiriJiiy, the .'.Ii, In ii:r :ilt die .,! M.-.i. ;, !i
'I't'i. r. will in itr in iiilnd t I ; -i t i.h i-.t d i,". -
lt ilv nl April In Xt, Ih'it nt..- pet !, .,! ii i,,:: e.
w 111 Ii.- ml, led tn their tits. . if tint pn d ! v j;
lltli (ur Mil ll Is th..- Inw nf our Siille. i h .
Iion't (nil l tie p-adv with nmr p. r-m.i.! a..
It.'ll, thli.. Cmro, ll'n . .1 'lliiinr 1 -Jl'ti. A I
.11 111 N IHilll.Ks. s, ,u;
Kiel ex odii in t'niiiTtiir of Ali-iittel.'r l ieiMi I:',.
OKIiINAM. K NO f.
An orditinin-e nun inliin.' mi nriliiett,. tititi. d An
irdiiiurn i' proi.liti' for the ft f r riaiii per
tlllllllf lm li. t Mrlp nt IT. MO, il 1 -lemil ::- r:.:l
mud strip nnd for lo lie.: nut. i--;.,M:.;,ic.- t,.t
i in pro itiL' II ii 1 1 ii'id A I lev. ' appro vi d M:,y j I ;
He It (irdmiji d hy tin: City Cotilji il of tin- t.itv of
SkiTo1, Thnl Ihe nrdiciinre imiio-d in 'he
title hereof, npproti'il Vnv 11. ls-i'. ), tied tho
Ihe siime i hen tn- m niiii'iid, d h to m k nl' thnl
portlori of hiiilrnnd Alley h n,; l,i t.'. n s,., ,,i il .-. 1 . 1
Konrii'i nth s:r. ' ts. sixtv f-et in width. wh lots
11111111111 on either side tle renl, Ivmi.iv . i I in
d, pth. Imti iid of He in said o iIii mim . pmvid 'il ;
tlie reninmltii; pnrtnin ot liiiiro,el A.N i v.: - u l
ordiniilii'i' provided tor ni,d th" lot nMitnu ile ri
on to In- Htid re tun In n in sntd ordinuie-.- pr,,t !,!, ,.
St:erinN -J 1 It it mid ordmaie-e lie nnd l!..-n'iii-in
Inn hv Itirtln-r nini'iidi-d tot a to rm..!,- ih .t
lie-i ltv of Cniro shull only .in nl tipi.n mi
I'rovi'ineiil nf Hld tmri nil ol lliilroml .S ! ! . v , y,i
liftui'i'll Kolirtei'lith nl:d Si (end stl-i ! . . : n mi!',-.
ot tiioiiev a' tuny In-renli.' d hy the iity ft . : . i t!,,.
i"ii.'of Intl. nt. it 1 1 lov then on I'rtivoe I i. ii frr-
th'-r I'xiii'tidltiirei' hil lie mnde on nisli irutirnv .-
tni'iit. until llie tntiiiey to In: ili-ri v .-il limn t;,,: sn.,
of tin. Iiilsitliiittin said rnilrond sin-el shnli havt
to-.-n pi Into the t hy tn-n-nrer.
Ski Tins 'J. That mild (tiditmnie iif.niMd May
I Ith, I hmi, lie nlsn Inrth'T h tin ml. d, n- tn pr.i
vide Hint Ihn tmnte "liiillrond All,y' shall :
( hHiiet) to Idtilrond Street, nnd I In- w,'m iillrv.-'
w lierevi-r it iiefiirs In cnnl urdiniiin , . ),, strirkeii
out nnd the word street siilistitin, ,1 t ft.-r. for.
Approved Jaiiimry "o' '-'rh. A l.. I--1
N U Tllls l I.KWdiill. flavor.
Aitkst: -1. Knf.KV. City CP rl;.
HOOTS AMI MIOKS
Ii. eJ O N KS.
SHOE-iM A KKIl.
Allictieiiiii iJiiililiiigCoiiiiiierciiil Av.
' 'if only Dm very Ih-Bt Ittiporletl Slink niitl etn
p'oys llin liiiist conipett.nl W'tirkiiieii.
IHI(.'KS KEAS0NA1ILK nml fiitlhracllou
3IILL AMI COMMISSION'.
J A LLI DAY KIlOTIIKKiS,
FLOt'R. GRAIN AND HAY
Hlifhest Cash Price Paid for Wlieat.