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ltc Evening fnlletiti
SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 18C9.
II. ODKRIiT CO.
Id It. IIAIIRKLL, ABSOCIATK EDITOR.
LOCAL NEWS. '
Mr. John Antrim is In the city.
A splendid lot of dress goods Just
opened at Ueilbron & Well's. a31w
' Circuit Court, Judge D. J. Baker, 'pre
siding, will convene in the Court house
In this city on Monday morning. The,
clerk, Mr. John Q. Harman, being ab
fie nt, his desk will bo occupied by A. H.
At No. H I Commercial avonuo yod
can And all the fashionable goods of tho
season. 3 lw
The stenmer Dexter, tho grand and
gorgeously appointed Dexter, Is In limbo
at New Albany, having boon tied up, wo
undoratund, by her builders, becauso pf
a failure to pay a duo Installment of tho
cost of her construction.
Itomembor the placo whero you can
find choice prints at I2J cents.
n3 1w Hkimiiio.v k Weil.
1M1UI hlirliiK I MIDI
INew arrival of a cdmnlcto stock of
spring and summer goods at
a3 lw Heiluhon & Wkii.
Lnndrcth' Fresh and itcllabld (lardcn
Seeds ut 1'. U.Scliuli s drug store. ni3td
1. O. Scliuh koeps Lnmlretli's gftrdon
seeds, thcgrowtli of 18C8 ; perfectly lound and
liKMoVAL. Dr. V. it. Smith has re
moved Ills office from lovco to tho room
above Harmon's book store, 120, Com
inerclal avenue. "t
Try Spalding' J utiumuul Hnlr restorer. It
is undoubtedly the best linir preparation over
introduced to tho nubile. For sale, wholo-
i&lo or retail, nt 1. G. Schuh's. 3tcw3w
Xnllce to Tnx'I'arora,
The delinquent list will le commenced on
tho 10th day of April, Uiojo wishing to suve
cost, had letter come to tho Court houso ut
onco una seme.
Louis II. Mycha, Collector.
.MlllKV .STtU t
By buving yourgrocories of J. II. Metcalf,
who koepi a largo and select stock of the ton
family supplies and tells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 331 Wnihington avenuo, op
Hiito the court house, morltf
Spalding's JnUinansi Hair restorer ii
prcchely what it professe. to be, n kair iies
tokativi:. It is thu surest ud safest pre
paratlon of tho nge. For suppllw, wholesale
or retail, npjily nt 1. (. Schuh's drug store
Attention Akahs! Uy order of tho
Governor of Illinois, and under our
charter, ,ypu aru hereby commanded to
meet at tho Engine Home, on next Mon
day, April 5th, at 7 J o'clock, 1 M., pre
cisely; for tho purposo of electing ofll
cora for tho ensuing year and for trans,
actiou of general busluets.
II. Wi.vtkh, Pres't.
T. J. Kiiinii, Kec'y. upU-dtd
Tho linn of K. H. Hendricks A Co. hal
been dissolved by tho withdrawal of Mr.
Hendricks.' 'The business will bo contin
ued uuCT.tho llrm name of J. M. Phil
lips A Co. Hendricks contemplates
locating In Kt. Louis. We shall bo sorry
to loso so enterprising a gentloinan as
Mr: If. His successors aro accomplished
InHlnc? men, well calculated to miccued
tho widely known and highly popular
firm of K ii. II. A Co. Tney havo our
Wo aro under obligations to Horace
Hnnuon for another supply of Sunday
rending matter. Ills counters aro plied
high with tho choicest publications of
tho day all tho great family weeklies,
tho monthly magazines and comlo
prints, tho leading dallies, etc.
Jos. Mendol, Esq., has takon tho
largo building on tho corner of Tenth
street and Washington avenue, formerly
occupied by Mr. Chas Sohuh, nnd filled
It witli a splendid assortment of family
eroccrlos. Ho keeps everything that Is
desirable m tho larder of well regulated
families, tho best coflees, teas and
sugars, fresh eggs and buttor, vegetables
and fruits In season, and everything else
that Is In placo In a llrst class family
supply store. His card nppeara In
If tho oldest Inhabitant over saw a
more prankish nnd erratlo spell of
weather than tho prosont, wo, vlll thank
him to Inform us when, vhero, pn
what account and all other particular.
Thf. liwt iIiyvb nt Mnrnh nrnmUml us a
contluuanco of fair voathor:' uut last
nighttloo formedou ,exposod wa tor,, and
at this wrltliiR 10 o,clockA.3I,.theaaow
Is shimmering down qulto ,JlvoIy,
Iqd hot stoves aro ossqntlal to. comfort,
(iuecr, gloomy aud peculiar.
A Paducah gentleman hy the name
of Thomas V. Glass proposes tho puhll -cntlon
of Cairo Directory . Tho Paducali
Herald1 sayq he will .caijytjss Chjoap
and 8t. Louis for advortlsomonts io pay
the expenses of Its .publication. Ho Is
commeudod to tho people of Cairo as an
enontotlo business piup, fully equal to
tho task ho is about eior upon, and do
soryliigQf coudo"co- Ho w t hnyo
left Paducah on yesterday.
Tho latest ncccsalonto pur list of beg
gars Is "tho poor llttlo brokou-babkod
boy that has not nny friends and Is' In
sad need of money1 to'pay his way to his
mother." Three years ago this "poor
lltllo,hoy" was seen luSt, Louis, endoiiv
orlug to raiso money for! tho same pur
pose, H,ow very l'ltlful I
The arguments agalnst'tue proposition
to granttrie right of way down Coinmer
clal avenue to the Cairo A Viuc6nnes
Ralltoad Company, are unique, if nbt
forcible. One alderman,, like Nlobe, all
tears, appealed to his fellows to
pause before , It was top Intoto
pause befo?o'ihey allowed-ihchlld-klll-in
tocomotlTe to rush along our crowded
thorough (area. "It wljl ho. too late," ho
siil'd." 'when the mothor Is weeping over
the mutilated rorm or nor oniy cunu, iq
reconsider your aotion. Ah,, sir, ,what
are the blessings of woalth to the Inestl-
mable boon or lirei newer, iar power
would It bo that Paducah should have
this railroad that Mound City should
havo the work-shops, than that one of
our smallest children should be crushed
by the locomotive. Theso arguments
may not touch tho hearts of rldh men,
but to the poor, whoso affections are not
placed on their money on a deslro to
- . 1 .. ... . ...Ml t...
increase tno vaiue oi lots mey win uo
Irresistible, and they will hurl from
power: the men Who havo dared to sug
gest that tho railroad should bo allowed
to run along Commercial avenue." Wo
suggest to tho honorable gentleman that
ho might Toniovo his objections to tho
scheme by offering an amendment to tho
ordinance rcqulringthe company to havo
painted on tho sides of tho locomotive
to bo run along tho avenue, tno worus
"Forbid little children to come unto me."
Another argument against the proposi
tlon Is, that it will ruin tho avenue
Ituln the avenuo I The suggestion Is as
foolish as weak. It will mako the aven
uo a grand wholesale street, Increase tho
value of property along Its entlro length,
and benefit tho entire city. But tho most
conclusive argument used by the ene
mles of railroads is, that If matters are
allowed to go on in the way they are
drifting, no gentleman can get drunk
on any of the streets of thu city without
bcincr In dauuerof mutilation and death
Where can a drunken man safely lay
his weary head If locomotives are allow
ed to run along all our streets and aven
ues? This argument throws Into tho
shade tho child-killing argument of our
friend the alderman.
i ii i
Nainsooks, marsollles, brilliants,
checks, jaconets and Swiss, at Ueilbron
& Well's. Iw
A Hove In llir night Direction.
Mr. Joseph McKenzle, of lumber, lath
and shingle notoriety In Cairo, has pur
chased tho little elevator, situated at the
curve of the Ohio levee, near Williams
distillery, and proposes to convert It Into
a sash, door, blind and furniture factory
The building Is abundantly large, now
and In good order, and could not bo
moroadvautngeouslyaltuatedj If a choice
of locations were still open. It will be
directly at the Junction of the Cairo and
Vluccnnea and Illinois Central railroads
nnd a convenient as could bo desired to
tho Ohio Illvcr.
Tho success of such an undertaking in
McKenzIo's hands wo do not allow our
selves to doubt. Eminently praotical
and Ihorough-golng, ho will soon give us
a demonstration of what Is claimed for
Cairo, ami that, ns A jdto for tho manu
factum of uch articles as. enter iuto
common use among tho people of tho
Mississippi valley, It prefonts unques
McKenzio will enter Into the proposed
work immediately, wo understand, and
vigorously prosecute It to completion.
At every Htngoof his progress may good
luck attend hlui.
Hellbron and Well have tho largest
stock of white goods" In tho city. 'Call
and examine. a3 lw
Chris Hanny has Jmt returned from
the Kast with a rousing stock of Spring
goods. The ladles aro In ochwles oyer,
his selections of dress goods. '
Up to tho hour of putting tho 'Bul
letin' to press tb-day, sulllclentsnow had
fallen to coyor tho ground to ,tho depth
of two Inches, and that wo havo not
such n coating for tho earth, U chargofl
Llo to 'a warm tli that molted it tho mo
ment it fell to the ground. About 1
o'clock P. M. tho Hakes wero unusually
largo, and tho fall heavier than visited
us at any time during the winter.
Weathor wonders will never cease in this
,.llm.il ' '
1.1 nun iv-.
A.sufllcieut sum was contributed by
sympathizing citizens, yesterday, to pay
'the Hud Imposed ngahst John Strieker
for obtaining mouey uuuer iniso pro
teuscs, and, upon iv promise from liljiii
thatjie would lmntdlatciy leavtj.town,
tho'innoulit was niild ' over. ' Yeslordav
1 ovenlng ho was' released' Yrom tho cala
I hooso, and truo to his promlsoi loft town.
i happy jddaie,'' says everybody,
I'and'evorybody U.uuquestlouahly right.
!jf,vl)orq,yot returns, tho thirty dpl!irs
lmlri" to"tnt rid of him. Will 1KOVO .the'
host investment over mado in Cairo. i
AralOyoltrteen Ohfldrvii hh'cf KU vciij
.tj- . . Uotfa- " '
A Virginia family en routofor tho "nr,
west,'! passed 'through tho city this morn-!
Ipg, a,ttraqtlng as much. nttontlQU alone
the route as is usually commanded by a
;clrcus processl6n, brass; band and ele
phantand no wonder. The family con-i
slstedof theoldman, the old woman,.
fourteoy cniiureii aim eievou uygs ; xnm
old' woman, two of tho ohlidrou and Hvo,
dons occupied places In Itho wagon,
. .. i.ii.i t. ,n.i
i. sv.i?!drn.i tr ninncrliiL' through mudholea'
. i t.a inraivA nniiiiriiu 11111 mil
ift'ttttor ohllvlpusneJs.'pf tho eXItoncppfii
VBii'nli.iHlnifaasldowulks. Thoy imssod Ii
iconunuataoir juumcj ,.,....
j j , ' (
,J Svhat 'ls 'the matter .with tl'ie "hogUl?,
Thovare:dyihg.l.ll iVrts of tho oHy.i ,
Wittjri:ihS.it few tlavs a argo nmp - j.
AlcxaMttovt CsmssUjt rseisHiira aud Jl-
In Mav. 18G8. a meeting was heldTfor
tho organization of an agricultural and
mechanical fair. Joel G. Morgan and
W. W. Thornton appointed a commlt
the to solicit stockJTho delays unavoid
able provonted tho holding of a fair laBt
Tho following gentlomon took stooK,
and will meet on Wednesday, April 7th,
at the office of W. W. Thornton, at 7 j
o'clock P.M., and dotormlno whether to
proceed In tho matter and elect officers
for tho association, or return tuo notes 10
the givers :
Jowtt Wilcox A Co.,
J It Kinsley,
0 W Hughes,
(if orgo K Cnitlo,
W II Itockwcl! t Co.,
T H Phillips.
W II Kandutky,
II II Carjilce,
II A Harmon, -
John N Mcl.eoJ,
Tabcr A Jordan,
Jams W Htswnrt,
Ilayncs A Hloo,
John W Trover.
H ii t;uDningnm,
II T I'ttKrr,
Hh Wick wire,
A 11 fiaflord.
Mark, rursons k Co.,
(1 I) Williamson,
Jno I Taggart,
I iiano Williams, -M
ItiltcnhoHMi 4 llnnnr,
H filants Taylor, ,
Wm II Green,
Jas II .Morris,
Cairo is unduly aflllcted. Nearly every
broken-backed, roel-footed, ono-lcggeu,
blind or sallow faced man, woman or
boy one meets, now-a-days, turns out to
bo n beL'L'ar.
It Is stated as a fact, nnd wo aro inclined
to accept It as such, that cripples and
human deformities of all kinds Mock to
St. Louis, whero thoy aro hired by tho
month as beggars, and aro assigned par
ticular districts of tho country to canvass.
The receipts from Cairo, in times past,
having been highly remunerating, wo
are nov cursed, as a consequence, wuu
beggars in every part of tho city.
If our citizens will closo their doors in
the faces of all alms-seekers, they will
deal 'tiroDerlv with laziness and avarl
clousness nine times for every slnglo
time they fall to: help tho deserving and
needy. In this way, and not otherwise,
enn wo drlv6 off tho hosts of beggars that
infest our cuy.
The following Itom has been, slnco
Thursday. Inadvertently overlooked:
A former resident of Cairo, a Mr.
Rosetmllon. of tho late firm of ltosen-
stien&Dro., was arrested last night by
officer Currle. of St. Louis. For some
Mr. R. has been residing at
Charleston, and tho charge against him
Is that ho procured goods for his inut
vldual uso In tho name of tho dissolved
firm of Koscnstlen A Bro. Of tho truth
or falsity of this charge wo know noth
Inir. Several of his Cairo friends be
Hovlnir him to bo Innocent, visited
Judge Baker, at a lato hour of tho night,
to nrocuro a writ ot habeas corpus, out
cor Ctirrlo at that tlmo being with his
prisoner in "the city. Currlo obtaining
word of their purpose, however, spirited
his prisoner away, so that when tho writ
was put In tho hands or nn omcer mo
game was non ett. It Is thought that
Currlo procured n skill', crossed the Mis
sissippi with his prisoner to tho sacred
soil of Missouri, where he was beyond
tho reach of ordinary Illinois process.
Mfi-plmnts. nizcnts. draymen, saloon
keepers and others who aro not fortified
in the pursuit of their callings uy unex
pired licenses, aro llaulo to prosecution
at any moment. Every caso of this kind
is now uuder consideration. '1 ho only
guarantee against a lino Is possession of
n license. Procure that guarantee with
out further delay; Call at tho clerk's
office and get your liceuse. To delln
quenisln this respect, no further notlco
will bo given. Tho next call upon them
will bo made by nn officer.
Attention, Honub mill Homty.
Tho members of this compauy aro no
tified to attend their regular meeting on
Monday, April 5, nt 7J p.m. Besides
other Important business, tho roll for
dues and fines will bo called preparatory
to closing up tho books for tho Ureal year.
3t J. Gkohcik Steinhqusk, Sec.
Tho Intimation thrown out that thero
will bo no lmmedlato change In tho
Cairo post office, haa excited a yery
Btronirriirossuro agalust Col. Graham,
'tlfo IhcdmUont, a number of prominent
radicals taking an actlvo part against
him. "Go it husband, go it bear."
. i i
Wo hoar It rumored that Mr. John
Wood will be removed from thosuperln-
tendoncy of tho now custom house work
nnd Mr. Nlles L. Wlokwlro appointed lu
hi stoud. Wo do not vouch for tho
truth oftlio report, wo' only know thero
Is an effort on foot for Mr. Wood's re
moval. ItlVlvJt NJLWS.
Port I.Ut forltn t!4 JIourM F.mllnK
Two o'clock, 1. fll.
nen. An'deron,iOohim.i , Viu.Whlk, Piidueahl ''
Tyrone. NaihMlle: David Watts. Tenn river!
OlUCkbtCP, lVnTUSi 1 ' l linilllMOII, VIIICIUUHH .
V ralnla. .iilsTllli l .. "rile Louis.'.Memphli
Ham J,- Hale, Cmcmnan, wary Houston, i. o.
Oen. Anderson. Colum.i Wm. White, Pnducsh!
Tyrone. Nanhvdle (Juioktep, Evansvillo i
David Wotts, St Louis t Vlrgllilo, N. O,
lielto Ht. Louis, tt. LoilUj I.issia Oill. .S. 0.
Champion, St, Louis I tain J. Hale, .Memphis j
JUry Houston, I.oiimwllo.
Tho river has risen about eight Indies
In tho past twenty-four hours.
I Tho weather vory much romlmls us o
Master Sammy' JRpcka(ellorfl, vonerablq
rltfia for thn OiTcrlwi of tho
, - - ''uui L , iib
Oilier WUU v " uuiiiliuiima
noxl. Wo tried topred let Ma changes,
.b Btl)r,Uctlons ialledr Wairied to hopo
- i.jcoMnw qf tlmo It would be-
reslgualtonf5"ciur umt n.,-.-- t -might
be, and If that.Uaa Hot Med en
tirely, It certainly has almost. For, tno
hennflt of tho blind, the unfeeling ind
thoso otherwlso ignorant of the condi
tion of things generally,. We will atato
that following the pleasant afternoon; ,'of
yesterday, wo, woro visited. this forenoon
by another Installment of winter; in the
character of a spirited Bnowtorin which
lasted for over an hour. Wq Wl report
tho noxt change after. It happens.
Tho Mississippi and all Its tributaries
aro still rising.
Tho Cumberland 1b falling again with
12 foot on Harpeth shoals.
The Ohio Is falling again with 17 foot
in tho channel, our is rising at uouib
vlllowith 10J feet In tho pass over tho
Tho Cumberland 1h tho regular packet
forEvansvUlo this evening.
Thn Wm. White. Cant. Northern Is
the regular Cairo and Paducah packet
Thn Hnlln Mcmnhls. Cantaln Crane, Is
tho packet for Memphis tnis evening.
A Clerevman. whilo residing In Couth America as a
rmslonary,tll!icoYerei a safo nnd simple remedy for
Sho curn of Ncrrous Weflknes". Early Decay, Diseases
of tho Urinary and Seminal Organi , and th whole train
of ilInonlcM hrouchtonhv baneful and Tlcloua habits.
Great numbers havo been cured by this noble remeuy.
Prompted by a deaire to benefit tho aOlictetl anil Un
ftirtiirmto. I will neivl tho recipe1 for preparing and
using this medicine, in a senlcd envelope, to any on
who nceilsjlt, rE ot cno, , Mffifa
Station D, isimo iiouac.
febl-dSm New Torlc City.
Q1TY NATIONAL BANK.
W. P. IIALMDAT, Presldasstl
A. II. KAFKOIU). Cnahlart
WAtiTKIl UVSLOl', Aaalataat Cashier.
u liTirrii t i vi.nn. i w. i. nAi-LinAT.
(JUO.U. W1I.LIA3ISUA. sir.niM uuuf,
A. l. BArrusu.
nnd United States Bonds
Bought and Sold.1
Deposits Received, and a General Banking
VIE PIKST NATIONAL DANK
noiiT. iv. Mii.i..n
C. N. IIUO
Collections l'rouiplly Attended to.
Kscliaiicr. Coin. Umik Notes and United
Bousb.'t vxxel Soldi
Interest Allowed on Tlmo Deposits,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, EXp..
TXTM. II. SCIIUTTEIl,
Importer and Wholesale Deafer in
WIXES, LKtUOIlS, "TOBACCO
1kt" Hrniiils of Cream nnd Stock 'aIo
. I 1 1 '
Inijinrtcd Ale of Different Kinds.
No. 75 Ohio Lbvke, - Cairo, Illinois
UN FLO WE It BILLIARD SALOON
Olxlo Lovoe,, . -r
Is furnished with tho latest styles of Tables, and tbo
lit supplied Willi tho in. 'it oacelk-ut liquors.
l i 'I
ii prad every day nt 9 a.m. and 10 p.m.
JOHN II VLANB S SALOON
, Is supplied with ull kinds gf
liver, Ale, sle., lW
Commercial nvenno, bet. Ninth and tenth streets.
Tlmthlriitv.Hholovocood llnuors, should Kite him
h .mil. ntul llinao uho wi.ll to DUIt'll fniKrant cl
t clear can
have, thoir wonts supplied at his bur. '
m IT ii x P. tt .
Is prepared to furnish ( ,
Good II.x-ci. wood
I- . '
At prices which defy competition, and also to ,
Deliver lu any part of tkc City,
,0a (bo shortest notlco.
Lcuvo orders ou klutcsat Hulcri'a grocery, toner-
Kttii'ti fowl store, una wood auit (ijuwn urocoxy.
jrADIKS' IIAIK DKESSINQ
3ntS. A1)I)IE BUCK
Wishes to Inform tho publla that she has a
IiUiUca' Ilnlr Uresalug Wily
On Commercial nveiuH, between Ninth and Tenth
htrooW. blio also 'maiiufaotureu Curls,' wKeksi.
Wutcli-Uunrds, Kut'-)llut, HrlnltW and
bllltlnds of llnlr Jtuvelry,
Ladicj) may havo tho combings of tbeir bstr manu
fatiuredin aiiy desirablostylor k' JanSWtf
Skct, Ac, c.
Tlie best in tho market of all kinds solid, movattc,
and perforated tooth. '
35110 cJtso., tfio.,
WIIOIiKSAXiK .1X1 KKTAir,
PITCIIEK & IIENItY,
Avenue, enmer Twelfth street,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
QAKL L. TIIOMASr
SIN AM) OKXAMEM All PAIM KK
Bhojs 6outli-eat eorlitr of Kightli street and Oom-
incrcioi uvi'iiuu vj lu'irji
S. V. ATEOS.
K. J. AY,EU9.
YEllS iC CO.,
OOMMISSIO X M K R C1I A X To,
No. 133 Ohlol.ovcr,
AINT CUA11LES HOTEL,
THE ST. GlIAKLKS HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now In the most unexce ntlonablo order for Ruesti
naving unite rgunc a
The past Summer.
0a OO Por Xy
Baggage Carried to nnil from tuo iioiei
I irrc in wiiBivi
Day Hoard, Ticculy-Fiv Dollars per month
jr.WKTT WILCOX CO.,
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
TRATTON, HUDSON & CLAKK,
(Successors to Cunningham &. Stratton,)
i Grocers and CoininI.Iou Merchants,
No. 3? OIilo I.eoc, Cairo, III.
ry, D. -WILLIAMSON,
IV H O Ii 13 S A X. 13 G IC O C 15 It ,
I'RODl'CU AND COMMISSION
3vc e n o jSk. 2sr i,
No. TO Ohio Leva, Cairo, 111.
Hpeclal attention kivoii to consJfmmvnt nn-1 In us
STAl'Lti AND l'ANCT aUOCKUlt'S,
IVovIkIoms, Produce, Coal Oil, etc
134 Cvttmercial Avtnue, Cairo, III.
The First and Rest Institution of the K;nd in
(he United States.
Wrehlrllene&tfroUlSSto JtOlncaio of siv.nCis.
Every man or Temalo of lleullhy Constitution con to
This Instlttif i in is legally Ih? ti .ruti'd un lcr tho
laws of Illinois. For partreularn apply to
decSldtf Central Aueiit forHtato of lllinolu.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II ALLEY'S ClIAltTlin OAK
' I' Copper, Tin ami Sheet Iron
Or'o 23 33 X 2NT O- SH02?
,A'o. -ICC WASHINGTON A VUXUF,
(Abovo tho Market Home.)
Wofinir. Guttorinir. Snoutlmr and Efoamboa' WarJc
.douo lu a neat and ul.laiiliul nunnt r, ut abort nn.
'.lAn - .l.l"Jl'(ilU
TO 0IITA1NIT0O TO
- KEEHWAKT, OIITII Ss CO'S
I And jixircbaso tho leading
M'tOTO of t Ixo W O !SS t
A good variety of Cookln? and Healing S-.-ves al
ways on hand. Also a completo assortment of
Tinware, IIollotv-AVurc, &c, itc.
Manufacturers of (Jutterlugaad Hoofing.
Onr motto lsQuleU &ili iod Bmall l'rofits.
laMTSatisfuctlon Huarautccd m uvvry lustuiKe. fftt
BOOTS AND SHOES.
5TVM(tfA street, letvieei Washington and
t , ,(Noarly opposlto tlio Court Homo,)
Keeps a splendid stock of tha best material, and good
workmen, and con 1111 wdeM on short uotico.
Mending dono neatly und cheaply, rutronaga so.