Newspaper Page Text
OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's. Building.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
Gen. McClollftn la to bo tendered thopo
illen ofmostemlnentcdinmanderof the
new democratlo organization, "tho
grand army of the constitution."
Mr.-Brdley Is noWMld to havo been
the original choice of tho president for
the office of supreme court Judge, in
place of Judge Wayne, and was oaly
laid asldo In'order to make way for Mr.
Hoar, who had a still stronger hold upon
UitfrfaU-trlll of QenJral 'Onfall Wken
f Mr. Hoar was rejected, tho presidont
jjaturally went back to his first choice.
At last a "Union Leaguer" has shod
hlnoil In hlu-country h causo. At n
meeting of Republican politicians In New
York, on Tuesday even! Dir. a wur of
worlli led to ail exhibition of tho ''manly
art of self defence1 on the part of two of
the belligerents, cuo of whom, not being
proficient, had his "claret tapped." A
general fight took place, during which a
revolver Id Uip(posstssloB of one of the
braves was discharged, and thus these
Radical patriots shed blood and smelt
powder for tho first and probably the last
v8lnce tW passago of tho act against
bigamy, the Mormons havo adopted s
new arrangement In reference to mar
, rlagw, to that. now oo ouo cap find proof
oitno secona oruiiy BuusequeiiiiJinrriugw
All marriages aro now performed in the
"Kndownmeut House," and whatever
transpires there Is secret. The man who
perfuf m thd ceretnon .aro oatli-boButl,
and even placed before a grand jury on
oath would manage to evade In some,
t way; I' Under the law of 1602, it Is im.
possible to prove a marriage according to
the rules of evidence,' which accept no
witnessed the solemliatlon of It. N;
He4iWlsJreiuired beforehand, and no
, record, unless It bo a- aeoret one, 'kept
' MESWtfSTBljbrTIES OF. WOMEN.'
The epnggjldRepuUican,' alludldg,
to the public sentiment which has ac
quoted, Mr. Ajer, of "Virginia, for tho
murder of Dr. Oliver, a married maa who
educed the daughter of Ayer, saya it Is
tlsae women had woke up to a sense of
the necessity tbatia Imposed on them of
protecting and keeping their own virtue.
Society will soon, the 'Republican is
confident, at least demand that u woman
married or single, who hold her virtue
ao cheaply us to Iojo, it to a marrlod mau
known to be suck, shall glvo up. the as
sumed rlglitto murdor htm for taking It,
ad either iraffer for her indiscretion iu
slltnoe,,rseek'througli the courts for
ttas 4aaiagis that an Intelllgentjury may
award. In most of such cases the righte
ous verdict would 'bo that the woman
has equal guilt with the man, and often
it should be that it ia greater.
A deceased cltlxan of Nashville, has
left six widows $5,000 each, conditional
that they jaeverjaarry.
Oo the depaawi of le, Turkish govern
ment several Bulgarian chiefs havo beon
arrested at Bacharest, charged with
fomenting (fpn trouble In, Bulgarian.
The Russian police has discovered
janeihaTjpolltlcal. conspiracy, tho prin
cipal agents of which are iu France,
Austria and Swltserlaud.
The strlko among the miners at "Wal
deuborg has finished by 7,000 of tho
workmen leaviug that part of tho coun
try. Most of thum havo gouo to tho
Mlue in "Westphalia.
Boven Poled woro recently arrested at
Montpellior on tho charge of counterfeit
ing, and it lil reported that they form
part of a gaug that has ramillcatloiis
throughout Eufopo aud'Aruorlca.
The 'Mormon, oldor who 'has been
"stopping, In Xafayotte, ha9 already
succeeded t In proselyting a married
woman of that city; and a divorce ault
A private lotUr received In Ne w Y6rk,
from an AniericanJlUhop,at,the Fapal
Council, eitpresVes tho opinion" that the
council will nolaoceede to the pope's de
mand to declare tho dogma ''of infalli
bility. A Belfast, Maitie, storekeeper,
annoyed by loafers who persisted in
'roo9thg'on' th'6 granite sill of his
window poured sulphuric acid on the
stqno, 'soilliaVeuch of tho loafers loft tho
seat of his 'trousers thero when ho got
A musiclau at a Monaco casino lately
bought a bottle' of ''champagne,' and,
slttlnfcUwn, tftMRPJrWi.M Plyed the
gayest; ijaiMb aud- drank, his wine' until
but a ulugle, gass mmalnedj Uuq thU.Jie
poured vlal of prussio acid, drank It o'Ij
and, began ioleasn funeral .march.
jrb leW ouljf j Wed wltiih, death. '
One Eogan Carter llviBg sear Athens,
wfihal Jncu?red'lhe displeasure ofihe
eojajtiuoUyJutika sedttattoa tiHm-JM-
ly Langs, was Informed by WUatid ofnsMa
ffutssd men that be nust marry the fcrH
The following brevities aro from tho
Vienna 'Artery,' of tho 20th Instant:
Corn Is selling in this market at 85 cents
from the wagon." Tho crops of corn last
year, were not good in this county.
The Presbyterian Synod will meet In
this place some tlmo in April, duo notico
will bo given in our columns of tho exact
Applos sell hero at$la bushel. This,
Is in exllorbltantprlco when wo consid
er tho great crop raised last year in tho
FIvo hundred mules havx .been, sold In
Allianv. Ooortrln. ulnco tho first of
November last, utan average of $225 pcr
head. The hard times keep tho constables of
our county pretty busy. Peopio must
have monoy, and they are suing to get
It. . One man was sued seven times lust
We aro informed that the wheat, In
that part of this county known as goose
neck, wax badly damaged by tho unset-,
tied weather we had during December
A great many of our citizens aro pre
paring to Improve their property, this Is
very well. We shotlldtaot'waU for tho
railroad, for we have to atay here,
whether ttie roauccmesor noi.
Tho distillery selEe'dafow weeks nn
by tho, Collector belonged to .old Mr.
Isaacs of 'tha northern part of the county
and ho Is, also, in danger of losing Ills
and: forall or wiiloli lie niotto is respon
sible, ns he wai vlslu-d by the Assessor
and Deputy Collector who made lib
duties under the law plain to him.
doveral does, supposed to bo rabid havo
been killed about town during the past
Jitw weefcj. Ibid. - 4 L
.MtQeo. T. Wall, of Du Quoin, 111.
hu..ittabllfthc4'at Pulaski lu this'
fcViifntv. un oxteuilve tottrV. "It Is now
III BUCVVB9IUI UW11UU Uiiuci lucnailiuiii
direction -of Mr, Alfred H. Mom, of j
LidimfiKO. A young
struck by IlghtolDg and instantly killed,
urhlla aiandinr Ib the doorway of a
t I1I1BIU uausnwMsj n m
house' near Bouie & Oi's ml5J,,atVlllh,l In
this., county, last Monnay niicraoi
14th InsL-Ibid. -
Ilov. James Denehcy. of Alton. Ilia.,
succeeds Jtev. It A. Walsh as pastor of
tho Catholic congregation of tills city.
Ho has already arrived and assumed
charge. Wo believe also that Father
walsu uasuopanuu tor ms now appoint
ment at Decatur. Success attend hltu.
At Mcrom. Intl.. on Sunday last. Dr.
Holmes baptized iu tho Wubaih river,
thii'ty-elght persons. It tool: twuilty
threirmluuta to perform this Uik from
the time tliev Urst. went down into water
until tho last ouo came out. This is what
wo can quicK wornuoi quite iiiree-i
quarters of a mlnuto to eaqh persou.
to, ijaacsuo.ro 'iimes.'
Atisw manafacturlntr association has
fieen organized here under tho tltlo of
he Pluuor Mauufaoturlni; Com nan v.
The basis of tho compauy is the ,hundlo
m . . T .. , 1 . ... ....a TI I..
Tho capital has .been largely increased
by taking In Otis B. Hopkins, Esq., of
Milwaukee, Wis., a leading and In
fluential business man of that city. The
factory has been quite successful thus
far, and with Its incroaso of capital must
greatly extend Its business. Welcome
to tho Pioneer. Ibid.
Died. At Unity. In Alexander count v.
Ills., on Friday the lltli Instant, after
Ave months sickness of dropsy. Lucinda
Axloy, wife of MIddleton Axley, aged
twenty-seveu years. .
Tue ueoeajcu was a 'most exemplary
member of the Lahdy Creek' Baptist
Church, and she died hannv in the faith
of an exlstenco lit a better world. Tho
futieral, which was held on Sunday, 13th
Instant was very largely attended, ns
many as jot peopio be nir present.
Mound City 'Journal,' 21.
Tilfll.Mr Attempt nt Atinlntlon.
Tho account of Mat. Burn's attempt to
assassinate, young Stockton, lu Mound
City, tho other day, as given In tho
Bulletin,' was substantially correct.
Tho Mound City Journal,' of yosterduy,
speaks of the alTalr' as ollows;
Monday, ulaht, James P. Stockton, an'
old resident of tho' city and a youug
mau .or respectability, was ataudlng
behind) the bx of the Mound City
Brewery waiting upon customers, whou
a pistol shot ovldeutly aimed at him.
came through the window attlie eud.of
the counter, passed diagonally across
and. penetrated the, wainscoting beyond.
From tho position Stockton oceunlml.
and the Hue of the pistol ball, the latter,
11 is juugeu, omy uurejy miSBeu 11 1h
breast, aud his escapo was fortunate.
Tho matter is traced up as follows:
Homo tlmo boforo tho shot was 11 red
from without, Stockton and Buru9 had
eoino dltllculty, tho former haylug order-
eti tno latter irom tue uouso on account
ofhls disagreeable conduct. Burns re.
fused to go, high words ensued which
ended iu a tuisel, lu which . Stockton
broke a bottle over Burns head, outline
it considerably, Parties Intarfer
cd, the epoabataqtai,wra neparated,l
aud Bums was led from tho!
portion vy mvcuui
Willie INB ,ua
remained. After Bt
about fifteen thfnUtes. he returned wUU
a pistol and'made VloleBt'atUJmpti'to
force the doors opwi, allhig In this he
wivVjhed bia opportunfty.untll ihloffa be
came" quiet and Stocktoq ha.d mumsd.
operations behind the" bar, waiting upon
customers, and, wiua faa same It) range.
i area wnai was eviuenuy inteuueato no
a deadfy shot. ,l "
The Rejected Pup,
Tito President liCarn thai He In
Worth 100 Ho Orders Dent
to Interview Colored
'Wuhtngton Cor. oflKo Clnclnruti Enquirer.
Just as I was scratching my head for
subjects of epistolary discourse this morn
ing, a frloud came along with a face fvill
of smiles, and said he, "Did you hear,
about that dog?"' "What dng,V said I,
thinking that, perhaps, another pointer,
or pcrchanco a terrier, had beon sent to
his excellency. "Why, that same dog
that wjts uent to tho President from
Cleveland. roplled that the last I had
heard of that unfortunate minimal his
fate liuhg biispended between Burnum
and Bologna, and it was a question
wiletuer no siiouid adorn a mu.eiim or
be converted into sausage. But my
friend Immediately bald t was mistaken,
It was very truo Unit the President
had concluded at flr?t not to receive that
pointer, and had scut him summarily
from his, premises. But, since thou ono
of his confidential advisers, who was an
experienced1 dog fancier1, had called on
him and set forth, tho praises of. this
Cloveland contribution In glowing
terms told ihlai ho .-was an? imported
animal, worth J?100, and 'that it was a
great mistake libt to accept him;
furthermore, that the express charge of
lip. was. an error, all the cost of- trans
portatlon having been prepaid In full..
The President's countenance won in
stantly overcharged with the gloom of a
conscious blunder; ho saw at a glance
that he hud acted hastily in not receiv
ing the dog; and his tlrst Inquiry on
recovering his Helf-possesslon was as to
how ho could retrieve this fulso step.
Tho doir was now tho property of a
.colored citizen, and the occupant of an
jnveneu ury uoous ikjx hi a uacK yaru
adjoining the white hoiuo grounds.
The President directed Dent to proceed
thither and negotiate, if possible, for the
surrender' of tho animal on payment of
But the eolored citizen, who Is said to
be an oxoellcht Jiidgo of dogs, was not
easily" persuaded Into this arrangement;
and at last accounts ho and Dent were
discussing the matter In a v ery animated
and .exciting style of language. But
Dent wast evidently getting tho worst
CiuelHiiatl IK'iul Hondo Weep nt
(From the Cincinnati Commercial, l'lli.)
When Lucille Western portrays the
love, mad Jealousy, fully lost condition
aud horrible mental sjflerlngH of tno
Earl's daughter, Isabel Vine, Mm. Car
lyle, aud Madame Vino at last, of a
aaturduy afternoon, whou tho weather
Is fine, tho eyes of the iltmi mondo aro
fastened upon her.
Yesterday afternoon, for instance,
there was such a gathering of this class
as is seldom' seen even iu tho largest
cities, Dress clrnlo, purquette, aud
second tier were densely packed. Half
oftuode present woro women, and fully
one-half of them wero recognized by
ttie detectives an fast.
One who paid msro attontion to the
audlenco than to tho play, tolls us that It
was rather a startling scene that the lat
ter presented, as well as that made up by
the characters, on tho stage, when poor,
fallen Isabella parted, in hatred, scorn
and utter heart-broken weariness, with
her contemrtibly mean and depraved
seducer. All oye3 wero Jutenly fixed
upon her, and as sho staggered to her
feet aud fell luto tho arms of her maid,
when tho interviews, with her betrayer
and Lord Mount Severn were over, and
groaned In anguish, "My God, why can I
not die?" there was a fluttering of cam
brick as a .hundred handkerohlefs went
up to tho eyes unused to weaping, and
at least a score, whoso hearts ono mlijlit
woli suppose tolinve been turned to Hint
by years of slicme, bowed their heads
and wept iu their deep sympathy for t
poor, fallen woman.
Tho Now York 'Trlbuno' 6ays:-"Let
us eclobrato tho next anniversary of our
national independence) a reunited and
completely free peopio no master, and
no slave no degraded cast, and no ills-
franchUcd and sullen minority whoso
rights havo beon forfeited for rebellion.
Lot us hold out tho haud of reconcilia
tion and entreat those who were mlseled
luto rebellion to share with us Iu full
measure the rights vindicated in our
Union triumph, not for a party or a class
but for our country and for all man
An Englishman has arrlovd In Now
York having In his possession thirteen
poouis by Alfred Tenuysou, nover pub
lished, and which have come Into his
hands by so mo dishonest dodgo unknown.
Tho thief offered his spoils to Fields, Os
good & Co., for 250, but was properly re
pulsed in tho reply of that firm'.
UCKMEGEL,, ftEy,BERRY & CO.,
PRACTICAL MARBLR.W01lKEttS. .
I " i ' -n(UWSrMi:ofr-l4 '
1 laUaM, ?Carble, fie OtmrniUj fjfa
WSrroom t3 Workshop cor, SJ k B, Ann tr.
OWEN3UOHO ;;.LJ,;. .kkniuckt,
Ibii;.(c., executfift with superior workmanahjp, at
lett prices, .lnglljli, (Jvnnan ahd-llehrewletler.
lbs dejisin tbt bcslatyfo i marhle and uranltn Hjrua
i jnmripn vuiw(urTBUnei,'innes. rttlNl
Ur the' boit sculplors of Europe Impurled, and all
work guaranteed. Fordesluns apply to 1
'.'' ' ' C.1BL I.. THOMAS, Agent
JauDldlf Cor'.Sth street and C'vninierclal are
By requett of rntny friendi, the
Young Men's Dramatic Association,
Itmte sgiln tolaaUered their tertlcci forth
Tura Oat! One and All t
REMEMBER THE ORPHAN j.
A Ktw PIceo Trill 1m tHdtd tn the tUtndj tplendld
Friday Evening, Fell. 25th, 1870,
Tho Krpnlne's Kntertalnmcnt lo commcnoo with iho
Lauxliablo and tldo splitting Kurcr,
"Tho Plop of the Period."
YkJ, (a German Kmfgrnnt) M..,0 OILHOPFEK
OptHIlm, (it float Of tho pfrlM).............C H DEI.AV
Col .M Do PourtMuuiimac, ( 1) JJl O T WIllTLOCK
.King KichanllU ..ll 11 I1LAOK
Atlolplm IVacli UlonsoroM .KD IiEZOM A
llllljr'a DadT'ieOhost........ ....T M UVETT
1'AT milEKTY M-.
JlnO nourk - 0 MEII.NEIt.Jii
Claude JIMnot ..........(; H DKLAV
Paulino .TM IOVKTT
MOte M WILIilAMHON
K At hsrlnf MHiaHlaMC HAHDV
OVKRTDStr,...:.' ;. orchcatra..
Fancj Unnce. CHAllDV.
To Utfollowod by the langhalla aketch
KU KI.UX KliANt
" ' o,
KnrtiMV Konsumptivo Kure.
Tr Kartlm.... . UH DLA01C
Unci Jrn .....0 UILltOKKEK
And otlior character j by the Cpmpanjr.
The e?tnlng entertainment to eonclada with the
original allegorical tmrltniuc,
ANTE CANTA OK THE PLOWEU QUEEN;
WHO HAKEH THE nENT BREAD?
Adtnlitlon, (0 cii. Iteaortod'irftli 74 ct, l'lrta
Loxej, ft W. i ' ,
TlekWofflin'open fitm 10 ft'.ml to 4 p.m'. 'Doiri open
at 7 o'clock; Curtain rlica at s o'clock.
In relation to the Police l'prea and the aalirlea ofecr-
ulbOitr offlcora. J ' - 'i I its
Bt it onlaintd.ty tto CUv OwtU tf thi Cty of Cains
Hictiox 1. That the l'ollce Korea of the Citjr, from
and alter thanaataxe of this Ordinance, ihallboon.
atltiitedai f.illowi, flu A Chief of l'ollce, who shall
perform audi dutlen ai are now or may hereafter l
jitr.crilw.l by ordinance, and not more than four
rollracomtable, threu of wham ihalldo duty In the
nljlit ttnie Mid one lluiinii theilajr.
nic 3. Tho Chief oi l'ollce ihMl rrrclfe a
alary of one thotmand dollars por year, and
eir-h of the l'ollce ConttaUos r hall revciTo a nalary of
reTenty.tlTn iloltars per month.
."-to. 3. Krom anil after the dale of the pm ,? rf
l'n ordlnauco the salary of the City Mur.hal shall IJ
filty dollars por month, aud of the City Comptroller
etvntytlre dollars pr month.
Hrc. 4, All ordiiuncei or parts of nr linancc In.
C')ii .trntwith tho proTinons of this rdnian ara
here ' y tr alfd.
Aprrorud i'clirary. Itth. If 70.
' JOHNil. Olintl.T. M)or.
GRAND ORNAMENTAL TAINTING,
AlliJ Xj. TUUJiaO,
SIGX AXD OKXAXEXTAL PAINTER,
Shop In the Purry Iloune, Corner Cotnmercail
Artnite and Eighth street.
. Cairo, XlUxLOlfJi.
W. H.SIorrla. II. II. Cassis.
QANDKK & MRRI8,
Notaries Pobllc and Iusuranco Apcnts.
OFFlCRh'o. 71 Ohio Ltvte, City .National
Hank liuilding. doc21tf
FIIIE AM 3IARINE!
MEUCIIAT5 Iiw. Co., of Chicago;
CAI'ITAI. AND A8iEW .8 H30,7US 11
SECCKITV Im. Co., or .New York
CAPITA t, AND ASSETS .81.73a,8I0 00
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., of Cliientro;
CAPITAL AND ASriETtJ ...8 310,010 31
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co,, of lloitonj
CAPITAL AND AS3ET9 8 330,000 00
SANOAMO Ins. Co., of Sprtaffflelil ;
CAPITAL AND AB8ET8 8 Uae,0'47 83
AURORA Ins. Co., or Aurora, 111.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS $ 310,960 11
STATE Vlro Ins. Co., or Clsreland, 0.;
CAPITAL AND ASaETd...8 834,030 b
j. n. ki:arii: v co Agtii,
Ktryptluu Block, '
seiSJt. Ores Klrst National Kink.
J1IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
ASSETS 81,430,310 !I0
GERMANIA, NEW YORK;
1 ASSVrf.. 81,008,081 7S
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
REPURLIC, NEW YOKj
A83ETd .87U.33 O
Comprising the Underwriters Agency, t' I
YONKEllS. NEW YORK; V
' !. - ABaK'-.....4.....88V814 10
I IfiQIMlU . A . a MM
J FIllEMAN'fl FUND, 8AN FRANCISCO
SECURITY, NEW XaHw').,
Store, dwellings, fiirnKn Mull's and cargoes
'Insured at rates u Xavorahla-aa -sound permanent
security win warrani. 1.1A1J "v
1 respectfully asksf theellaenaof Valro, share of
' mfiS'. , i. w. j.a-jfoHuaHHB,
OSlcf alFlfat National ak. -
' r ' lit 'i .
W. 8TRATT0N. X. UIRD.
gTRATTON 4 BIRD,
(aucceuors Is Slralton, lladaon h Clark),
Grocers and Comralsslei ' jffrAit,
Auerlcsn Powder ?o. nnl MaanfactaMra
Agents ror Coikim Yarns,
J M. PHIIiLIPS A CO.,
(Successor so E. B. lleadrlckj A Co. A
Forirardlnrr and CouiuiIssIoh lerchnti
WIIAUFBOAl ruOPKIETOlM; ,
Oatro - - - IULaolsj,
Libtral Advances Hade, on Ccntigntnents.
Ire prepared to recelre, store or forwaroi 'freights U
HI points i buy or eell on commission. Business at
ended towitu proinptmssJ aalOdawsf
Q W. GREEN,
(Successor lo Fallii. Green ft (S0..1
Gcural Coaulsilas X8f8Ma)t.i
Q. D. 1VILLIA3ISOH,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSIOI
2VE x n o X XO" TP,
A'o. 70 Ohio Levee, lr'IU.
8peclal attention git en to consignments Mef'SrHaaj
0're, , s?i;ol
I' i I
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES AXPM
3Lp CXUlo XjsxrsBs4itilii
9 1 .
. i -hi
FLOUR MERCHANT AND JflLlllRI
. .1. , M I 1 .IH
Vf AGENT. 4
Hm. 88 Oblo Ivr. CalraAllilanl
s.uS!r' ,o"0,uJn,, P""pii'nii. tyiltbflgr
DVA3 T. I'AIllCEB.
JOHN B. TKTU.lt.
PARIOJR k rniLLIS, ; im i-
Coiiunllon nud Fonranlinr XercliftMi
And Dealers in Wi
ir. Cora, tints, llrnn, 'nud 'aU'rilueTa cat
ve, 01M TOl
.-.! 41 -.' Kifil
.it. .'. ATtm
i 1 : .' i" t'
VZiOsTA,, u. , ,,,.
iD ttWBBlL f t'll ' 40)' . '
IV. 133 OblaLsrss, CAW, njtVl -marlTdtf
Dealr In Qtocerles, Lime, Plaster Psvts, FWstsrs
Ilalr, Cement. ' 'Vf
'Ma Jl amm.
l?..Vul,lf, lry1n hand. Corner Zlghtk strsot ,
Ohio Ut, Cairo lllnols. , . sulMI"
JOHN W. THO VKK 4. C.,
IlROKKItS AND EXCflANUE 9EAURS
Eighth street, second door Item Oesja. Art'.
EXCHANGE ON X .
Groat llrKahi, I Sonlhoni Gwrmar,
Ireland, n Franw,
wiiiorn uormaur. Nneticn.
Also, PaMaee Tickets from
Lwerpoal, London, Uavre, Antwerp, ,Mrmm
and Hamburg, to Ntv Tm-k,
Or to anv nolnt Waaa. '
Jyltlona invieon any point la Burops.
JOHN W. TROVER A CO.,
Real EsUte, Bead aad Stock BrtJ(8f8.
Will attend fo the payment of State, Csantr and 0
Taxes, and all busluess pertaining to eTBllatlUC.
EioiiTit Stiibkt, itcond door from Com. AiH
decH'OSdtr Cairo, 111.
10 OMKROIAI. AVHNVat,
luE)Utt A llaythorns s- Boot and Mts
'BO. lU.lNplS. , ,
aycutnngdooe a short notlse.
STOVES, TINWARE, 'Efbilht.t
- yy v- t r y r .--. unjr?
i; 'itALislsYlS OH ART KB lt'
n V " HfKM I
, .' rosfor.'Thi ud Sheet Iroa ,,l"Mt,
No. 100 WASHINGTON KWU
(Aoots Lie Market llouae.l
7 ttoatlBg,autterlg,Bpotlng sad BtaamWl Wsra
auaem aveai snu anosmitiai aiannar, at shartar. .
, l II ,T J