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THK UA1LY UAlttO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOUNINQ, DECEMBER 11, 1884,
2few Dining Kooni,
just opened, IS itto'i new building up stairs.
From this date written orders will be rc
quired tor all good purchased in the city
by cmplyocs, otherwise bills mill not bo
paid t-y this oonipany.
Xew York Stoke Co.
15t Uy C. 0. Patieh.
Look lor the Rod Lifflit,
at DeBaun's CO Ohio levee.
C. Kocb, Manufacturer aud Dealer
ia boott aad shoes, keeps always on hind t
large assortment of genu' and ladies' boots,
shoes and rubber ot all style aad size.
Hand-made goods a specialty, also always
oq hand lcitber and findings. It will pny
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low Hnd gatis
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to De3hun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Do net let your little darling suffer so
wit J that horrid couljIi! Go to your dim;
store and get a buttle ot Dr. Jackson'ci
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It's
so nice your dnrhng will be delighted to
take it, and it will Mop the couidi, cure any
throat or lung complaint quicker thin any
other remedy. Sold at 25 j., 50c. and f 1.00
per bottle. " 1
Place your orders
Oysters and Fish.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcUtun's, GO Ohio
An End to Lou e Scraping1.
Edward Shepherd, of Ilnrristmrg, III.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Hitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering hutunnity know it. Have hud a
running sora on my leu for eiht years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Hitlers and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Silvo, ard
tny leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 23c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (3)
Entrance to Lotto's Lining-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Hewetl's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door uist of Commercial. tf
hucKien's Arnica salve
The Best .Salve In the world for Cuts,
Uruiscs, Sores, fleets, Silt Rheum, Fever
Ntres, Titter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns.and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cp res Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fiici satibfitction, or money refunded. Price
S5 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, Kiis'.-clus-i, m all Styles,
at Ditto's res' tur-iiit, up stairs.
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio ItVee. tf
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of llur in, Dik., writes
that his wife hud be.-n troubled with acute
Bronchitis br many years, un 1 that all
remedies tried give no peinnnotit relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discuvery ft Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a mimical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is j!Unran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B tiles Free at Barclay Br..' Drug
Store. Itarge Size $ 1 .00. (5)
Only the Befit Brand of oysters,
at DeBun's, 50 Ohio leu-e. tf
Do Not ii Discouraged.
Even if you have tried many remedies fur
your kidney disunite or bvtr cmiiplnint wiili
out succesn, it is no reason why you should
think your disorder incurable, The most
intractable caws readily yield to the potent
virtues ot Kidncy.Wnit. It is a purely
vegetable compound liich acis on the
kidneys, liver nod bowels at the same time,
and ill in cleanses the whole sjstem. Don't
wait, but get a package to- lay and cure
A Fair Ouer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Di. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Appliances on trial, for thirty dv, to men,
old or young, alll.ctod with nervotn debili.
ty lost vitality and kindred troubles. Sen
advertisement in this paper. 'i
Io tin H ip PUsicr aro u.iited French
Heps, Oums and Hilsam, and its power
Is wonderlul In curing Back AcIip, Sprains,
Bruis-s, Neuraly;!, Pain in the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
-if" It is a well known f..c ! In the
Diamond Dyes more color ns is uiven than
in any known dyes, and they give hshr
and mora brilliant colors. 10c t all drug.
. ifisti. They are a greit Hu.ce.s. Wells,
U'chardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Cheap hotn"M In ANuimh nu t Texas
Aloiui tilC lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Uadway, Texas and
laciflc i Uailwsv and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres ot tiio choicest farming and gra.inu
laud In the world, ranging in price from
18.00 to $3(10 ami fi.oo per acre, In a
healthy country, with climntu unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send ymir ad.
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
Unties of crop raised in ArkatoHs and Texas,
In 1882, and make op your mind to g0 tui
sua for yourself when you learn that tlm crop
for lt?w:i Is 50 pit cent larger than that of
oo. Io those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one.
bair, or nil cash, a proportionate, rebato It
allowed for money paid fortlcketr or freight
ever the Companies lines.
II. C. Towrhnd. Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, M ).
Tho Somotimo Candidate) For Pres
idential Honors, Goes to
To Confer With the President-Elect, and
Give Him Such Information As
Lies in His Power.
His Impressions of ClevelandThe Enor
mous Task He Is Con
Wasiiixotox, D. C, December 10.
Senator Bayard 6mlled rdeasantlv last
evening as a correspondent entered his
parlor. "Yes," said he, "It is true I have
been to Albany. There Is no mystery
about It. I saw Governor Cleveland. I
spent part of Sunday with him, but 1
do not care to talk about my Interview
"Had you never met the Governor be
fore?" "Rarely. I was Introduced to him. at
Ncwburg several years ago, but I never
had any conversation with him uutil last
"What were your Impressions of Mr.
"I was greatly pleased with him. I
found him sincere, plain and direct. He
Is a man who, If he should have come to
the Senate, would be well able upon his
merits alone to hold his own there. I
was very much gratltled In learning some
thing of his views about
HIS FL'Tl'KE WORK."
An extensive paragraph from a Wash
ington evening paper, in which It was
said that Senator liuyard had been offered
the position of Secretary of State, with
several paragraphs of Senatorial gossip
relating to the 6amo subject, were
read aloud, nt ilrst, by the Sena
tor whose only comment on it
was: "This Is all Idle flummery." Then
he said: "It Is very unfortunate for
Governor Cleveland that he Is situated at
such a distance from people that he
wants to see and from those who want to
see him. He said that visits to him under
the circumstances are apt to be exagger
ated In Importance when In reality the In
terviews may be of no more Importance
than the conference of two Senators any
day. Cleveland is not familiar with
Washington life. He Is confronted with
- AS EXOItMOrs TASK,
the like of which fias hardly a historical
parallel. The Democratic party Is the
legatee of a monstrous system of manage
ment. It is a task to purify the public
service, greater than that imposed upon
Hercules of cleaning the Augean stables,
and even he had to call the gods to his
aid. Look at tiie report of the Depart
inent of Justice. Look at what It
says of the enormous amount of
money stolen by the Star-route frauds,
and not a siir.de oilicial of any Import
ance punished or a single dollar recov
ered. Remember this report accuses no
Democratic contractor or official. It is
a Republican tamily affair. Look where
you will, you are confronted w ith a mon
strous system of wrong or mismanage
ment." The Senator then continued:
"I k not think any one would be jus
tified In saying that Cleveland has yet
come to any decision about nliat he "in
tends to do. Tin: subject is
TOO NEW AXI WIUK.
It might be even too much to attempt to
indicate bis impressions. He must have
time to talk with the members of his
party who can give him the Information
he desires. Be Is not yet free to give his
whole mind to the subject."
"Will he not leave Albany soon, so as
to be within easier reach of public meu
with whom he
MAY WANT TO COXFKH?"
"I think he will, but I do not know.
He might come to New York. It is a
long and wearisome ride Irom here to
Senator Bayard indicated very frankly
that the object of his talk with Governor
Cleveland was for the simple purpose
of laying before the Governor as much
information as lay in his power to
enable him to best form an adminis
tration. He had no personal desire to
advance beyond what he could aid In tho
cause of good Government. It was plain
to be inferred from Bayard's frank Ulk
that he Is In favor of a very complete re
organization of the Government in a con
servative but thorough maimer.
WHAT WAS AllliOTX AHOUT t
That'a What the Father of Miss Mackey
Wants to Find Out.
Ni:v Yoiik, December 10. A suit has
been begun against Benj. V. Abbott, the
well-known lawyer, by John Mackev. a
mechanic of Brooklyn, to recover $:'0,000
as damages for the loss of the services of
Lis daughter, nged eighteen, who was for ;
some time a servant In Abbott's house.
The allegation Is that Abbott betrayed the '
girl. Abbott's answer will be an abso-1
lute denial. He Is one of the best known
residents of Brooklyn, and bis reputation
as a lawyer Is knowii all over the country.
Uneol his brothers Is Austin Abbott, and
another the Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott, of
the Christian Union.
A Constitutional Government for Mis
sissippi Washington, D. C, Deoembcr 10. In
tho House yesterday, General Chalmers,
of Mississippi, presented a bill "to re
storo to tho State of Mississippi a constl
tutlonal form of government," which
created much merriment on Uio Demo
cratlc side. The bill proposes that Rep.
rcaciitatives to the 1'IHieth Congress shall
be elected In the presence of inspectors
appointed by each ol the candidates; that
attempts at bulldozing be punished by a
lino of 9500 and six months' Imprison
ment; nnd that the election take place nt
the next election for State olllcers. Tho
bill also proposes that eueh person
should bo permitted to cast his own
ballot, nnd explains that the object of tho
act Is to take thu election out of thu
hands ol any one party or political creed.
A TAlUl'i1" CI. I'll.
A Call lor the Onranlieatlon of One That
Will Make Itiell Felt.
RitAM.vo, Pa., December 10. Thn
Laslon Pig Iron Association, Henry S.
Lekcrt, of Reading, President, has Issued
circulars to every class of manufacturers
and prominent men lu the United States,
asking their co-operation In the formation
of a tariff clnb. The circular says that
tho . organization should be based on the
broad foundation ot adherence, to protec
tion and opposition to free trade, and Its
synonym, tariff for revenue only; that the
membership will not bo confined to any
interested party, and that tho only quali
fication will be the simple pledgo to
promote American Industry, by restric
tions on foreign goods, They further call
upon all the friends of protection to
unite, as Loudon's Cobden Free Trade
Club Is united, and Is prepared for the re
newal of tho attack on the tariff. A
ceneral meeting of the Pig Iron Associa
tion has been called for December 17th,
to formulate a plan of organization.
A FAMILY UUR.NKI) TO DEATH.
Six Persons Cremated In Their Dwelling.
Pittsville, Pa., December 10. Early
yesterday morning an engine crew on the
Lehigh Valley Railroad In passing Tren
ton, a mining patch half a mile from De
lano, discovered a house to be on Ore,
and gave an immediate alarm. The
neighbors rushed out partially dressed,
but the occupants of the burning building
it seemed Impossible to arouse. Just be
fore the blazing roof fell in the head of
the family appeared at the window with a
child in his arms, which he dropped out
upou the ground. He returned evidently
to save others, and was not seen again
alive. The flames spread with great ra
pidity, and in a short time three adjoin
ing houses were enveloped and all were
completely destroyed with their contents.
All the inmates escaped. In the house
in which the fire originated, however, six
persons lost their lives. There were
Prank Farrell, his wife, his daughter
Amy, aged fourteen; his sons Walter,
aged ten years, and Thomas, aged four
and a young boarder named James
Fitzgerald. The child that was saved is
seven years of age. The bodies of four
of the victims have been recovered. The
residents of the other houses destroyed
have been provided with dwellings by
people living in the vicinity.
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, December 10. There was
a much better attendance at the Brighton
Beach Race Track yesterday than for
6ome time past. There was a strong
breeze blowing and the track was In ex
First Race For beaten horses; three
fourths mile: Alfred, first; Gipsey, sec
ond; Jesse James, third. Time, 1:23.
Mutuals paid 10.45.
Second Race All ages: one aud one
half miles: Leroy, first; Nettle, second;
Patcrson, third. Time, 1-4. Mutuals
Third Race Handicap; one and one
fourth miles: Fosteral, llrst; Little Dan,
second; Arsenic, third. Time, 2:18. Mu
tuals paid SH.9J.
Fourth Race For beaten horses; seven
eighths mile: Mtot and Ruchlel ran a dead
heat for llrst place, In 1 :30. In the run
off Mtot won in 1 :3; Modoc, third. Mu
unls paid 845.55 on the first heat, and
s.i;u on the second.
Fifth Race For all ages; one mile:
Herbert, llrst; Hickory Jim, second;
Glcngarine, third. Time, 1 :4S 1-4. Mu
tuals paid 0.75.
All Greenfield Falls to Show Up.
Boston, Mass., December 10. All tf
forts to bring Alf. Greenfield and Jack
Burke, tlic Kifrllsh pugilists, together In
Boston have failed and Burke will go to
meet anybody but Sullivan and Is particu
larly anxious for a mill with Mitchell.
Greentiel 1 declined to meet him at the ap
pointed time yesterday. Both men are
heading toward New Orleans and Jack
Kilrain will meet them then;. He pro
poses to play the South for all It Is worth
during the exhibition at New Orleans.
Burke and Kilrain expect to have an
t-round bare-knuckle tight there. Green
field and Sullivan will not meet In Boston
on the L'l'd Inst, as announced. In order
to get a license It would have been neces
sary to make an application to the Board
of Aldermen last night. This was not
done and Boston sports are disgusted.
A Scientlflo Set-To.
Nkw Yokk, December 10. The Albam
bra In West Eighteenth street was packed
last night at the benefit tendered to the
light weight boxer Denny Costlgan. Ben
jamin II. Benton was Master of Cere
monies. After a great deal of lively
sparring by well-known volunteers came
the event of the evening, which was tne
wind-up between Costlgan and Jack
Dcmpsey, light weight champion of
America, of Philadelphia. It was ex
pected that it would end in a tight. As
It was, the hitting was brisk aud hard,
the men sending In their blows straight
from the shoulder. It was u very scien
tific set-to In which honors were easy.
Ex-Deputy Poatmaetor Morton Returns
From Abroad and Faces the Music.
Buooki-yx, N. Y., December 10. Con
siderable Interest was manifested In
political circles In this city this afternoon
when it became known that Charles B.
Morton, ex-Deputy Postmaster, had re
turned from abroad and surrendered
himself to the Federal authorities. Mor
ton's put in an appearance, with four or
five acquaintances, at the United States
District Attorney's olllce to-day and
said he had heard there was a war
rant out for his arrest, and though
hu failed to see why thero
should be, he was reudy to meet It. Dis
trict Attorney Angell then conducted
Morton before United States Commis
sioner Allen, who fixed his ball at one
thousand dollars. His bondsmen are
Henry Hamilton and Geo. Pultner, of
Postmaster McLeer visited Morton.
Their meeting wtt friendly, but thero
were no questions or explanations as to
the peculiar suddenness of Morton's do
The Bud Man ot Buffalo.
Bt'M'Al.o, N. Y., December lO.-Last
night at eleven o'clock Wm. Riley was
arrested lu Last Buffalo, charged with
criminal assult preferred by his daughter
Jennie, fifteen years old. In court this
morning .Judge King was satisfied that
the charge was true, and held Riley for
trial. Another little girl, aged eleven,
assaulted by the brute yesterday, will be
u witness against hlin.
Mother an 1 Two Bona Killed by a Falling
Soi.ma, Ala,, December 10. Tho rc
port reaches hero that yesterday Mrs,
Jam; l.wlng, a widow, who lived twelvo
miles southwest ot here, was going to
town on horseback with two llttlo
tons, one before and ono behind, when a
dead tree on tho roadside fell on them,
uiMiiiitly killing the three- together.
The Rich Man's Kear of Burglars
story of an Klectrieian.
Buffalo (N. Y )Nowi.
At tho dead of nij bt, Mr. J. B. Anthony
. -ii . i i. m
a vmuicsaiB grocer oi ir. y xs. y was
awakened by hi- burglar alarm snnuncla-
tur, which told him that his house had
been tnteiea through the roof scuttle. Hu
hastily dresses, rings for a policeman, bur
ries to tho upper story, and dears the bur
glarin the servant's room threatening her
with mstunt death if she mado a loud
He whs captured, convicted and sent to
Sing Sing prison for ten years.
taid Mr. C. II. Wtstlall, tho electric
ian of Westlicld, N. Y., to our reporter.
"Do city residents generally use burglar
"Yes, all first-class houses are proviJed
with them, and I Uve never had any dis
sitisfaction from my customer?, many of
whom are the best known and wealthiest
people of New York, Boston, Philadelphia
md other large cities."
"Do wealthy nun have much fear of bur
glars?" "As a rule wealthy meu do not keep val
uables in their h use, and yet they are not
sure that they shall escspu burglarious at
tacks, and tbey don't feel secure without a
first-class burglar alarm apparatus in their
h mse. Every door, wind w, and scuttle
is connech d with the annunciator, and it is
quite impossible to effect an entrance with
out ti e fact becoming at once known."
"Don't electricians rr.n considerable risk
in handling wires?''
"Eveo the most careful of them some
times get a shock. A few years ago while
I was descending stairs at Elmiia, N. Y.,
with a wire coil in my hand
I feit as if I had received the entire charge
from the battery. For over half an hour I
suffered the keenest agony. I did not
know t ut I had been fatally injured. Af
ter completing my business circuit I return
ed to BtstoD, and for 18 mouths I did not
get over the shock. I lost my appetite; sll
food tasted alike. I could not walk across
the common without resting several
"My hesd whirled and I reeled like a
drunken man. I consulted the best physi
cians in a good many Urge cities, but none
of them seemed to understand my esse.
About a year ago I was in Albany and a
physician there stated that I would prob
ably not live three months. But to-dsr,"
said Mr. Westfall, and he straightened
himself up with conscious ptidc, "so far as
I know I am in perfect health. I weigh
170 pounds, cat well, sleep well, feel well
an l um well. One of my i.ld phvsimr s
gave me thorough examination a few
wieks ago and t -Id mo that I wis in s pr r
"You wi-re very f.irtuna'.c, sir," reuurk.d
t ic srribf, "to luve escaped itstiut deith
alter an tloc'ric d shuck."
O, it wes not ehctrici'y thut p'ostrnted
mo. It wis uremic convulsion. For rr.y
physicians tol i mu I was a victim of a very
Serious kidney disorder. And when they
and a d"Zen widely advertised remedies
failed to benefit me, Warner's Safe Cure
restored me to perfect health. That prepa
ration is invaluable to every gra'le of socie
ty, fbr it is a priceless blessing."
"There is no need of death from hand
ling electricsl wues if the operators will ex
ercise care. In our burglar alaim uttsch
ment there is no posslolu danger from that
STACKS OP TUK 1UVR.
River marked by th gauge at this
port, at 2:18 p. ru. yesterday, 7 feet 4
Inches, Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 feet 0 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 10. Hiver 2 foot
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 10. Itivcr 0 feet 4
incher and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 10. Hiver 4 feet 1
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 10. River 1 foot 0 inch
es and rising, .
Pittsburg, Due. 10. River 8 feet 2
indict and falling.
cit Louis, Dec. 10. River 10 ft 4 inches
At Atherton's there is O'tf feet of water.
The City of New Orleans will arrive to
day. The Bayou Sara came in last evening
from the south.
Tho Minnetonka brought in 20 empty
barges from tho south,
Capt. II. II. Hart of tho R. R. Sprltigor
died on that boat Dec. 8.
Tho Henry Louruy, Annie P. Silver and
John H. Fisher made this port yesterday.
The City of Provldonco arrived yesterday.
She was aground several hours at Green
leaf. Opera House.
On Tuesday evening, Dec. 10, Cairo's
favorite, Milt m Nobles, with a splendid
company of artists, will produce "Lovo and
Lsw," a powerful drama by Milton N bles,
which lias proven a wonderful success
throughout tho country,
A play by this namo was rendered boro
No. 101 Commercial & 6th,
WWW WWW WWW
We have just, received an invoice of fine
Curcoa and French Kid Hut ton Hoots, in
commonseii.se and panisli styles, all sizi's
and widths.- These goods are first-class
in every pirtit ular, and will be sold at
ournsiwliW prices. Ladies, come and
see them, they are beautiful.
104 Commercial Ave.,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned I3erlin and iA gate Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajrent for Adams & Went lake Oil. Gasoline and Gas toves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton iSteel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc. i
Uos. 27 &
TKLKPIION12 NO. 120.
No.X kiSOLIO 181, lOLLtD
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mom, iioMrimi br tiiwrt,,
HIlUdnrtbltul.taoirTU IIOO Kilif tn i will nw ckun !,. bj. tttbrll.
mo. m. i. . r wiiica MP, it. pcriwi oiau n.
in, fir. ! in. lurt i arf won' a nut, batamai praMst, u nay mtf bm Broad lu ini ihta KE9
Mo. a 110111 18 1. ROUEI BOH PLAIN IINI rlrhdni mu.it,, uul mtmniif to f,
No.4lii mUTOlf IOlIB I St. BQUf I BOLD tilt of clNruitMtteniud ..!.,.. .(..it. i.i.i
r .muibl. for ,lvhr LJf ot lW NoalnalS Dlacallka ttl four art cla nt Juamii n.mad
could b purchaand at any tora for laaa than J wi ci&i ibn f.3. to iiuiociir.
oihat. Mid wuA uuttlTiirfltoniiir.p'tMDl armor Mil apnortriirl. CSV OUR CHOI ;C FOrt tl.OO.
Hmdlh, rletofonor Bororibtrilclr, foodxir, b, nail. RMh.Uri Lotttr or P. O. rdr, u,tta.f with mr
tddm, wrliion pltinlr. If, on .nt Hint. twInM with jm nrdrr narrow atrip of ppr, thatod. of wLkhJn.i
mwti arnand lha turn ritalrad to Ot Mm TO raiVIXI Tauata. nt out tha Ulmtruion of th.arliclr.
drilled In Ihit ad rarUMm.nl, and amd thus with ?oar ordw. Allord.ra rarafull, pariad and ami br nail Ibaaama
. dara. rc.lad. oalitn
i a iiDiiaa nam bar at idi, io1
Tha aboYe Jawalry la abaolatelr XKW,
nd cannot faa porehaaad at tha Mtorea.
Aftar It ii Introdured, wa will not aril any
aviiicie naraea tor last iota from a.J to aj,
PARK M'F'C CO.,
Hr. J. A. HlieMiMn, of 2SI BioinIutT. New York, famonii for the pt 33 yean fur blanuofctifu It nieth
Od afcurlnn rupture without aurKical operation, ! now at bla rfflce, 8t. L nlr, wnre be will remain
to trt-at pitlli'iit till tie!i"ibof Uuremh-r. During trout mint patlcnln can Ubt.r wll In ut liiteif.riDit
v Ith the ' ore, anil with .hfcttf Irom RtraiiKulated rupture. Ilia book, with llkontM of ba,l caaei before
nil after cure, ti mailed for IQei'nta. Ki'tni mber. In Ht Loui. ofllcet 4M Market itreet
lnat year by the Nobles combinstioD, but as
it hns boen thoroughly revised and clmng
ed biuco that time, it chd hardly be recog
nized rb the 841110.
Tlie company includes Agnes Herndon,
a lady who starred at the old theatre a few
years ago and well-known as a thorough
artist, Dally Nobles, the sweet-faced wife
of Mr. Nobles, so well known and admired
here, aud a Tew new faces, all strong in
their special line of bushiest.
Tho combination and the play haro both
received the cordial endorsement of the
press everywhere, and have been doing a
fine buoinoss this season.
From time oul of mind 'it hns bren
conHidtTi'd leitl for )n'oile in Scotland
to marry tneivly by making a doclarn
tiuii In tin1 in'M'iict' of witniMscH. Hut
by an olwolelH NlattilM of CliaiicH II.
Kiicli muri'lnp'H wen' forlililden and do
clarcd punishable. Itci enlly a couplo
Wi'I'i! broliu'lit 11 at tho Killliblli'rr p0.
lien eonrl for liavln conti'iivi'iMMl thin
Htatiite by dcclai'lii theinsclvoH Iiiih
biind nnd'wlfo brfoi'o wilncMMcd. Tlicy
ploaded frullty to tho clmrgn nnd were
lined 1 rdillllng each. 'Oiltlly enough,
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WANTED Ladle and Gent cm n In city or
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which will Include a Court Scene, the atately
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obtained, and all Patent Duilncn attended to for
tor moderaie fere,
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