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?ATURPAY, OCTOBER 15, 1904
|| IU THE GlD orchaed. aVK aturdy velerans ..:. tbaaa That s:;ind aadate and dlenHiad a"he caini bbmI Batrinn I al treea WhOBB t>. ayhtl BTt I wide, las tbouafe thaa aava ? taeadlj atajaj That :i their Bppl< i ' u. pieaae !To rtiu.1, oar haadi ind miue aVcaoaa | e orchard acen ted gtauaa Wiri<! \..i\ward BBlhfl tbe boya have B larid here the ahlne aad abadovrfl paaa ln ;i u uout'a eadk ia cavalca ? hVi>>I I i ' n ap| ? ? !?? .1. Or I i - ? ? ? ? . . brass. Bmile al thatr BbUobtb ? >? head 2 '? l t. ,,. go rOBJtll ?- | Who ? f ? i b Ii ? n i i se had ?' ? i - BrtBv | ? the U aa Th? I ?? k upon tt ? ee ci uise, 3 ina oot Iu ei ooa Ullli i.i! BBOBB ln ? WBJ k?-;. 3 fc\re i> sing through ml if;ernooav. tn t he .. : orehaid! i :? ? That ..ta af all taa ? ? i-ara BaTBBl ,i ' ra in of I BBB ? ? !. s Bh-Tii of the oi ea aan u l teara? Just .i.-- tha aau *htaa aad ' ?? rala li;i\. i aai Ii ?> Uae Hi ??? ? ? apr.erea IAri>i n >? tl;. ?? sweet aul I ui ej ^;ain. ?-W l? N , ta i ago Dai'o Tribuao. rHe Cfcief By FRA?": H. SWET.T <Copyrin''t.: .,l>y Uallj Baarj i .it>. Co.) ? D II> yo?. ,-.<?? one, John/" Mrs. :'.. lord Bpol i as rly, al raost hysterl i Her huahaad drea off hia gievee i loarly. "Why. yes: 1 brOBght o;i< up. Julia, Of course. I siin h'?r roaad to the kitclu-n i nfinu." '"Can she cook?" ?- ,. "She la i < ai and vi ry aiOB loohirm." Mr. Botaford tetaporixed, defenalvely. *'She BBya Bha can do ? ."ry kind of aoasearork, fi m ap ?. irret to doera eellar. aad ahe aaeaaa " be atroaaj and Willin.u." "But ran Bha cook 1'ancy dishes. I rnean?" Mr. Botaford looked embaraaaed "W'cll. you see. Bh( araa hrought up cn a farm,M he axplalaed, "and haaa't had nuiiii ehaaCB Bt aach thin.ms. She pays. howereT) thal she had quite a reputa*. i<n at home for plaln. whole aome cooi.inp, ai d aha is artiUai ba learn i told her wiiai >om araa ted " Mrs. Boisford ilropjicd on a BtOOi her ,;:i, ilfc ,'. 'It'S 11 e'clock r.ow, and CoQBta IMwird's fiauce i-; riimirs at three to stay until Sunday. and Bha and Bdarard and some Of her people Will he lore to-morrow for dinner. ami you know I have t ever PBBB1 Ihe Rirl nor any ol thctn. Wo tuust have thinus nice. The .uirl's worth B clear niillion in her own riyht. Oh. John! why aeed our cook ?et sick Bt such a tiBBB, and " Mrs. Uolsforo Was hecominp incoherent, and BeOflaed to reeogataa tha tael haraalf, for she Btopped aaddealy. loha nodded com praheadtaajiy. "I see.'' he said. "But what else rould I do? There's a corner on sorv ants. oapeciallj cooka, at this Heatoa. The only BaajajaBtloa of one bealdoa Barah was a un d.illars a day < hef, who coBaaaeace] oa > reajalar Joh lloa day. or ooaraa, you doel waat a chef for two dn\s" Mrs. Botshir.l BBTaai lO her faet, her face aaddealj radlaat, "The v? ry thlajrt*' sh?- cried. "II?? can do ihe art work. aad your cook the pl.iln diahea. A chef will he so?so ??Ol! MV DEAR.' SHE CRIED, WITH OUT OIVIHG IHE CHEF AN OP> PORTUN1T1 TO BPKAK. chlc, and you knoa Miss Lenox has been used to arerythiag. lle?a chef is he, isn't Be, Johaf" "\\ hy, yes, 1 BappoBB so. That haa alwayb been my Impreaaioa -thoegh 1 don'L aappoaa there i* any law aj;aiust a girl fililiiK ihe posltioB, The mana per did not itate in thia case, only that B chef couhl he had till Moi.day." "Wdl, it's him, of course. N'ow hurry to the telephoae, piea.se, i? fore toaae one alae jrets him." She waited until her hushand re turned i'r.,11) n,,. telephoae, ooddtag. ' Says the chef wiii he up at one I - ^"-*ii ? liia .Now IU go down loa ii aad ordei Bga." Al ? ;.i aaa at *hl' wtado . ..us. But . roUed ap to Mra. B foll :l m* l"'. hoi i .: ihe girl, alth a ojeiek i in d the BBBBl and went toward the sid?? entrance It was the chef. though hut a sirl. Am the fad of her Baaatag ta a cah am; ?adag we:i dreeaad was siyuidcant of tiie ten dollars a day. Mrs. Botaford did not wait for the nhaaaaar gtrl ta aaaaar the ball, bm hurried to the side cntrance. The oc easion was too BBOnKIBtoaa for eere BBoay. As ahe threa open the door the ^in was beadtag ovaf b laa eiaat] of late chrysantlu iniiins thal wen amlllac dariagly lato tha very teeth of aiater. Mrs Botsford'a heart araiaml toarard her tastaatly. She lored aoa ers. and a girl who eoaM hctid o\er thaaa with thal look oa her faee was aol bb ordiaary aarkwuaiaa, hut an artist As the ^irl looked up. BBBiled, aodded, and then eame forward. Mrs Botaford aimost eaaghl her in her arins. "Oh, my dcar." she cried. without piviim the chef an opportur.ity to Bpeak, "you don't ! now how glad ! BBB ta see you. I will take you right into the .viteh.r.. and Sarah wi'l show you wh re everythiauj is. I am so glad. i shall not make a BOggeetloa. for I see you are perlectly rapahlo and can dO beai in yoar own way Only do make it just aa as coaapreheasrrc bb >'OM caa MI Laaoi la aecaatoaaed bo eTeiythtag, and and I want to flaake her like me, so aaach, and to pleaac Bd ward " She had heen harrylag the chef through the hali toarard tha kitchea, hair laaghtag, half eryiag, bal arholly Joyoaa and aotlcipatire. Al the door. to her aarprlse nnd aimost consterna ?ion. the chef BUdde&ly beai forward. preaatng a lighl klaa npon her fore? head. "If jroo are as niee to Miss Lcaoa as vou are to me." Bhe BBBiled, "1 think she will ni o yon. Now you may laave me in charge. l artll do the best I can.' Mrs. Botaford retaraed to tha draa inp-room rahhlag her forehead thooghtfally. "What'a the matter, Jalla?"herhae band asked, "aaother hoadachoT** "N-no." toabtfally. "That's where the chef kissf i me. I never had a siri klaa me BO soon before. Bnt 1 don't care. if only she dift'uses her artist soul thronph the COOkiag She has an artist BOOl, John; I saw (( iu her eyes." At thre? o'dock Mrs. Botaford waa again at the Window; hut there was no oarriage ta alghL Two Bataetea later tha telephone rang. Rhe did not call Mr. Botaford this thae, aai went to the telephone herself. "What'a thai you say?" she qucs tioned. preeeatly, leaaiag forward as thoegh in ihat Bttttade ahe COald make he reeeirer al her ear more latelligi hle. * can't come? Why, that's too had! But you will be here to-niorrow. of Boaraat Whatt W1U aaad aota Tea Well. <-?.ni< |as( n- e.irly as you can " An hour later the note eame. Mrs. Botaford read it with a perplexcd face. then passed it to her hushand. "I didn't know pIip spelled her name thal way. .lohn." she r.aid. "though of aoarae ara never saw it apollod out. One can never tell rnuch from nronuncia t!on. And?and I'm afrald she's not so iicah Rli ?ai me wa ada lots of Tamilies ge, rich quickly out there. And. <>f ooaree, a lofer*a opin ion i#n't always reliahle. I'oor Bd> ward *" Mr Botaford aodded rageely and opaoed the note. vhieh read: "Diar Mr. and Mrs. Botsford: "Sorry I <ai<not come aoording to Bgreeflaeat laiperatlTe aaauaoaa alaa where Will see you to-niurrow. "I'aithlully. etc. "M LBHKN0CK8.M ?Rather ahrupt for BJOOd forni. isn't it" qaarted atr. Botaford; "and flnaanl thara a n i aggeetloa of Jew aaBoag tha aacea ora, or is ii Qenaaa or Iriah? rhe eoaibiaatloa mlghi Buuajearade al BBOBl any na! (OBBll Iy - that'fl forelgB. But never BBlad, .1 ul iu. We BQBt he as Blce to her aa aa oaa, for Bdarard'a sake " at alaa o*dock that oigat, after the deeoratloBB had anired aad heen ar raaged la the rartoea rooata to their aatiafactloo.Sarali auddenly barsl opoa them wlth faee fall of cooateraatioa. "The chef!" she gaaped. "Didal ye say she aaa ??oin' tO stay to niorry an' the next <kr. ?" "Cerkiinlv : WhyT" "Becaoee ahe*B ajone left eatlrely. I was at the raage, aratchia' the roaat, an' she come in witk le r ha: oa an' paid that ? rerythli i araa all ready, ao I could Bttead to it BOa An' she left this note for ye." "But why did she BJO?" gaaped Mrs Botaford. "I thonght?" "She aa!d arerythlrg araa all right," Sarah repeated, Btolldly, "an' thal I could atteod to it now. Then ." bj a cie:r ear t.nl le BOaaded outside."that's her ear stanin' now. She said she aaated to eateh the nir.e o'clock." Mrs Boisford opened the note wlth treaihliag Sagera Aa siu. ro:U] She frowaed, looked nortlfled, laaghed, and finally paaaed the note to her hus band with shining eyes. "She's all right." was her only eoniment. The note read: "Dear Mrs. Botsford: "You really must forgive me. I had an arraad down town. and so called at your house a little earlier than I in tended, thinking I wouid stop there a while and then perhaps you and I wouid do the errand together. A sight of your lovely ehrysanthemums drew me straight through the gate to the side entrance. then you opened the door. and some way we drifted into the kitchen before I quite realized what I was doing. Then your straits and a remembranceofformer triumphs in the oooking s.-hool eoaaplred to do th? rest. I really do love cooking. and have taken a lot of eourses in special things. I think I have excelled my self this time, and believe you will he satisfied with the result. Sarah and the ehamber girl can manago the rest very nicely. I shall do my errand now an.l will stay with my aunt at the Marlborough to-night. It will be more convenient You can expect us quite early to-morrow morning. "Loaiagly, "M A Itc; U B.RITE LKXOX " Consoling. Mr. Thinne ls there BB] tiangfr of tl.at dOg Of yo'irs biting me? lliram CloYcrtop- No, alree, that dog don't b;te bOBOB he just. gnaws 'em, that's all. - Brooklya Life - WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO OUR JOB DEPARTM It is tlioroughly cquipped to do all kinds of printing on short notice. We niake a specialty of Socieiy printing and work for Insurance Com panies, such as Finaucial Oards, Policies, both straight ife aud benevolent, Physi cian's Certificatcs, Sick Cards, Application blanks, Agents .Report Sheets, Rate Cards, etc. We print Wedding Invita tions, and High Class Sta tioneryfor Balls, Partics, Pic nics and all eutertaiunients of a social nature. We print Cluirch Envcl opes, Note and Letter Paper, Bill-hcads, Monthly State nients, Business Cards, Fi? naucial and Order Books, Circulars, Check-books, Pam phlets. EXCURSION WORK OF ALL DE5CRIPTIONS We print Haudbills, Quarter-Shee' Half and Whole Sheet posters, Tags, Tickets, Placards, Society Cards, Miu ntes, \Tisitiug Cards, Moumiug Stationery. OUR AIM is to please our patrons and to give tbem the best service at the lowest prices, consistent with satisfactory work. We furuish "cuts" when desired and we will arrange to complete special work in our line. When in needof any work in our line, call and see us aud estimatcs will be furnished. WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SAMPLES WHI *H WE WILL SHOW ANY ONK DKSIRING TO SEE THEM. ?ur Stock IRoom Bmbracee a 3full %inc OF THE LATEST ST YLE BOND, FINE WRITING?FLAT AND LINEN PAPER, ENVELOPES, ETC. WE CAN PRINT A BILL AS SMALL AS A DODGER A Three-Sheet Poster AS LARGE AS A FRONT D OOR. WE HAVE ONEOF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS OF WOOD-TYPE Of Any Job Printing Establishment in the city. Our Presem Corp oe Employees are Competent and Quick-wokking. Our Oefice is within Easy Reach oe the Puklic, Being within Fifty Yards oe Broad St. ^Our strect-entrMnce is rctired and has no objeetionable features, the most fastidious lady bc'mr able to enter wit; at embarrassment or annoyance. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Long Distance Telephonf, 22 i 3. John Mitchell, Jr., 311 N. 4th St., EiohEioiid, Trcv Tht Oiber f f lt. "No, .ia!;"." rald tha ward hteier; "] cnn'l put apata) BBOft st \;ff lor you. You araat ai;ainst me last fall. after you had my nioney The troabla with you it you woni ataj boaa ai " "Yoa're arrona;, Pete/'aigoad thr hon rst voter. --Tbe troabla aint with me. Seoms a.s if my v? to was m> hlaaaOd COB> trary it arOB'l -ta> BOtdY' ladfB, Just li.s iinaarfaation. "Jalta,** her father called Iroaa the head nf t ba st.iirs. ?*a BB, iai lu-r " ?Did I bear ? Baaacl down there just now?" "II ynn i!i?l \ nu're a \vo: <!er. I'vp been Itatealai for oae all cveatng; b.it without reaalta.*' Cblcaao Record Har alU. "Joha, i arlab roa aroald uo rlght over bo Morooco aa' ajrii kldaaped bythal foi lor Kalsuli an" beld till your ramid?1 ijiean ransoii.i-d." "lbit araal far, btaadj r* "Bacaaaa, Joha Nearrtch, I aajual them Dppercraati next door to kaow that we. hia aaYord it ' Hoaatoo Poet, Entertnininp. "Do you expecl toeatertala aest win tor '?? "Well." aaaarered TaTr. fnmnix, "Vn tertalalag' is arhataaother tuad the ajlrla Will CBll it. Fbit whon.Mi I say any thlai thal Bcerafl io ?really aaiaaai the coaapaay, their barab looka ara aoaae* thlai t* irfal." Waahtagtoa star. With affalloa Afterthought. Jack (al t;;- taacj bell, arltb aaalloa aforethoaght) i ooasTatalata Foar partaer, aid man. Bal why doea she chooea aacb aa BBbecoaalai Baaak? Hoah (iBaoccBtly)?Bha hasn't any inash on. Jaek traisinj; his ulass a.naini What! lsthat her faee??Tit-Hits. It Seems Likely. First Poet lla\e you e\er written aaythiag that yoa feel sure is going to live? Second Poet Well, I wrote a prom Isory note laa! week that 1 feel pretty sure will last 90 days- Somervi lle Jour nal. Had to Get Even. Mr. Stout- Why did you grow so elo? quent when you advised that young man to marry? Mr. Slymm Beeaaaa I was flim flammed with the same advice. and I had to get square with somebody. Philadelphia Telegraph. Counterfeit Coins for Cofflins. The making Of counterfeit coins is permitted hy law in China. They are only intended to put in the coffins ot the dead, as a siiperstition prevails that they make the dead happy. The coins are s-upposed to he used to pay ferriage for carrying the deceased across the streams that lie betWOBB eaith and the reaims of the bleeaed The StapJe Food of Cuba. R;ee is an important food in Cuba All classes, rich and DOOr, eat it. Aaaoaaj the coanPry people, a/ao seidom eat wheat brea . rica Is reritahty the "atafl of life lt is eateo al every meal. and no one kaoare better thaa the Cahaa bousewlfe hs rarled aud ac ccptab'.e uscs. __ ^^ Just Out! If yon havo read haa Pilgrims Pro? ross by John Knnyan, yon ought to b* sure and read tho -SEYENSEALS by Mrs. Lnoinda Young. This Book sells for 81.00 and is meeting with great aaaaBBBl all over tho counrry. Truly a great book. Address all communica tions to MRS. LUOINDA TOUVO, Lniiilx>rtville, N. J.. pB? iflllllB WANTED.' apl<; tiui M. LAWSON & CO.} DKALRKSIX FISM, OVSTERS AND OAMR, PatBStl rtBATS & GROCERIES JJiey-"All orderR receivo prompt atteu tinn. 61!) Rrook Ave. 'Phone 1680. MRS. P- (!. GA?LE\ 6X5 N. Second St. ICE CRKAM, CONFKCTIOXARlKh -' CAKrX bTTC. I Lawn and Pic-nio Parties, Fear vals, Woddings eto., fnrni&hed wli thb best high-trrade loe Oream o. the Shorteat Notiee. Satisicatioii Crtjaranteed. ?7-8moa. BEFORE MAKING ****#? I D R G ? N S eV i purehase yoa wcald do wei to tall atthemoat rebable furnftura hoo > in the oity ano. eee the flne line of Rifrigeratori, aattinga, OlMSloth*, Aad in faot everything that ia need ad in house furnishinga. RUQS AHD CARPBT3. ?? i.. ii ii ? Of *very deaeription tialao the lat eat tigna io ROCKERS and apae ial 1AIR8. Oar goods are tha be*r. for the prioe aaa the prioe ti V6TJ lOW G. 6 Jnrgen's Son 431 EAflT BROAD 8Tm f* gjkVi: tveea 4th and5th Street aaeaa aaiaaaaaiieaaaaaaaaiaiBaaaBBan Si:' ciibc to Thb Planet. $1.50 per vear.' BUtS. MAKTH. the world r.novv ncd and Blaalj ataaabcaBad Baataaaa and Tvnt Medmm, revcnls **verything. No tmpo-otion. Can be oonuulted r.pon all affairs of life, bBaaBaaa, love and niarriagea specialty. Every iiiystt-ry r? venled. nlso of nbswnt, ileecas.si and living TMaaaav Baaaovaa au troabaa an<i aaaaaaaja menta, challengea any Modinma who can ex aaaataarla aBartUng reveiations ofthe past, orcn-nt, future evcnts of onc's life. Remember ?h?- wili not for any iiru-i- tlatt.-r you ; vou nmy rent as.-ur*d jim will gain faets "without non aaaao: sh?- caa l>?- oofaaalaad apoa all atl'airs of I.ife, l.uvr. Coartahip, Marringe Kru-ius, Ktc. with f\ill daaartpBaOBol your futi>re loinimn lon. Slio is very accurnte in tn-seril mg aate> lng friends, anemiea et<-., husiness, Inw an ta lyai aa j ??ooaBaaa ad vills, divoroo and laaaaav tion is valuable aud raHahaa She rcmbt yout dcwtiny?yood or lutd; ahe witholds nothing. MKS M.AKTH telN vour entire life i>ast and pri'scnt and futur?- la a DBAD TKAM'K, haa the piiwt-r of any t\\ o Mediums you ever nu-t. ln tests she tells your motlier's full immc be for?- numiKi, the uames of all your family, their ajjes and doscription, the name and busl ni-sy of your pt-eseiit liushand, thc name M vour next if you an to have one, the name of tha young bbbb arho now oalla oa yon, tha name af your future huahand, and tl-e'dny, month and year of your marnagc, how many children yon have or will hava; whether your pa aaal aweetheart will l>e true t? yon am' -f i-.e vwl marry you ; if you B*vB BO sweetheart she will tell you ? haa vou will have one and his name, . busine.-s aad date of ?u-i|U"">tance. All your ' future will ba aoBtta an honeat, clear and plam l'.ann.-r and in a dead tranee. Al others ahoul.l know the aaaoaaO of their busliands and children; young baataa* should klVoW everything alxiut their sv\ uetheatts or intended haaaaaa! Do not keep company, marry or go into hus? iness until you know all, do not let silly relig ?ous scruples prevent your consultinif. Madame 1* the only one in the world who can tell you the full name of yoir future husband with nge and date of marrhge, aud tells wheth er the one you love la t rue i r false. There are some persons who believe that there is BO truth to \>e gaitu a from consulting a Medium, but such ladiefa a-e contrary to the truth. lt is only from the ack of disoriniina tion that such a eondusion atn !?? reaehed. It la not every one who placai.ls himself or her self as a nmiimii that can standthe test ofwhat he or she claims. And a person of an lnijuiring mind may ask the laaaoa why. lt is simplv that these adver tisera do not take the trouble to atudy human nature. They do not spend their thoughts for a nioiiieiit wiuiacuuiring the art of phraseology and kindred branclies that will have atendency to make the pathway to the road af the busi iu-ss clear and devoid of all obstaeles. lt ls and undeniable fact that persons arlll eome for advice in full knowledgo of what they want to know, and yet aa seon aa they confront a mediuni they try their utntost endeavor to dispel front their lninds what they know so as to hear if it will be rehearsed by the Medium. To ^et the seeret out of a person by uafair and dishonest nu-ans i? the art uaed by ruany unprincipled Mediums, but to take holil of the hand and gain control of the mind thereby la a matter of nnpossibility to moat of them. And yet this can be done and by consnlting Mrs. Marth the seemingly mystery becomas a realization. Thia aubject haa received no little attention by eminent men and even colletre nrofesHora. Bo it provea conclu?ively that althornrii there are lnfringers in our mulst with oily tonyuea, perhaps the gatea of wiadom have" not been closed to the entire profession It takea a great deal of stadv to become an occompfisht*! medinm and bv a oorrMwTioua and nntinng effort. the key to tbe weilof apparent ly unfatJ*omable n?ysteries ha? neen aecured by MRS. MARTH for the beneflt of nnmanlty. -ADVIOE BY LETTER, 81 00. Hours From 10 A. M. to 9 P. M MRS. M. B. MARTH, CHICHASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. (BOX, Mo. ?.>s.) Encloee Stanip for reply. ^?lease mention the Planbt W. S. SELIiEN, FUNERAL DBRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Warerooms: *506 E. Broad Street, OLH 'PHONE, 1484 RESIDENCE, 1308 E. Leigh St. Richinond, Virgiiiia. S. J. GILPIN. 506 E. BROAD STREET, C Richmond, Va. DEALER ^T adj Firjc Boots, Shoes, and Ladies Gafters, III Kinds of Fine Footwear. H. F. JONATHAN Fish Ojsters St Prodnce 120N. 17th St.,RIClinOND, VA. ALL ORDEttS WILL REOEITE PKOMPT ATTENTION. Long Dlatance Phone, 752. New Phone, 4j^8. ROBT. S. FORRESTER --FLORIST^ 2 J5E. Leigh Street, RIOHMOUD, VIRGhMIA Plant Deooratlona, Ohoioe Rosebuds, Oat Flowera, Funeral Dealgna, House Deooratlona for Wedding, Parties, dfco. & speoi<y. Give me a call. 3 inoh. 8m. WhBB Y90 Are Sici fare aad Fresh Madiemei only wP eure yoo then poxehaie yeiv Drugaaand afedieiae from: Leonard's Reliable Prefcrlptloa v Dnif ?>tor 724, North Second Street. 'Ph^ne, 150'* o..^w.,?- Nr? M| x^4 ROBT. W. ?ILLIAIB5, FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER. NO. 3019 P. STREET, BETWEEN 30TH AND 31ST STREET.S. RICHMOND, - - - VA. Special attention jriven to all busineaa eutrusted to me. Caniapes for funer als, receptions and marriapes at all hours. Satisiactiou ^narantced to all. til?-20-'04 A. Hayes OrKICK AXD W AKK-KOOMS, 727 North Second Street * rf.sidknck, 725 X. aad St. First-class Racka and Caskcts ,>f all de scriptions. I havea sjiarc lOOBl for bod :es when the family have not p suitable place. All cooatry ordera tur Klvstt Bpaaaal atteatioa. Your special attent 3:: ia 0 died to the new atyle Oeh Oaaaaai CaU aud see me and vou shall 'ie walterf on kiiidiy. """ ----?1 'Phoiie, 2778. ?-?^?^? 11 ,i ??MBtt riw CQStalO HHMJ ;m2 E. BROAD ST. tlar r>g remodeled my bar, and lt* ig aa up-to-dttte plaee, l am prepav e? iu oerve my trieuda and tbe pahiai BJ ??e same old <?tanu. Oiiotce Wtnes; Uqaors afl> Ciaars. FiaafX class restaltrastp Meals At All Hours, Batr? ^hooe. 128J Wni Ooftalo. *to*T S. W. ROBINSON, ' NO. 23 NORTH 18TH ST. DKAtER IN FTNE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. far?' All Stock Sold as (iuaranteed.-aai ?PROMPT ATTENTION. Your patronage is respectlully solicited. JOHN M. HIGGINS, DKAT.KR IN CHOICE GROCERIES, WINES LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. PURE GOODS, FUTX VALUE POE TIIE MONEY. *6*0East Franklin Street, [Near Old Market] . j RiciiMonr>, ? VntGQOA I ?