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3ATTJRDAY.NOVEMBER ??(*, 190-*
??-mi<^Atk BULL RUN IN MI.MIATURE. ha E\ C -nfederat- T "j a Funny Bto-y of His A V-mtures in Northeru Iffiaeoart. Ia the summer of 1861 Col. M.irtin Ureen raa appoifl ? 'a b ndier gen aral of tha aeceaaiot . . aeFii aongre ;unal dlstri.:t of :.;...aoari, and he gnM red up i.sn < UViU out Binlonis-ii in thal ae ti< b, aad . nrticu larly to wipe ff the :. Daaid hfoore. and his "F:r:* ;: ,-thcastern hllsBO'iri infr-- -y," v' ' > < re sla MOaWd at Ath. . Ua. Dl J. T. Norr's. kiow a promin ai pbyal li n a. hlo., a ia cc.<- f <;-< | ,?. --the tflowrr of th. land."' as ? .- <;? MBBaOa fpapers a*aeerfbed tt,<ti, and rrjrea thia account of th- battle: ??Our men got 011 iheir hortes and tled them to treea and f. n-e posta They were araaed with ahoQ taa aqulml ritb-s thal w Nild ahool poaral bly from Tl to 150 ymrda. i aea we had Iwo cannon. -\ <\\ .->? d a ? Rider. "The laderala lincd up ;n tha fona of aa L. Our eaaaoB ?.t. anllnaborod and the guaaera areal to ? <r';. To me lt looked borui.idal to polal those arrtxa mons-ers ;<t humau lu ing*. He anamber, none rf us kn< i .. y .r.uro of war beyond what we had rnd ii the books. . **The rannonoors applied their hnatches. l .shudn-red a- I iumed Ba] head. Two awful daaaaatloaa r-iilowed ??and th<> bills lit in loara. They gra aioualy traveled about MQ feet above %hn erfniy. who Jeered BB **For two hours tht ba ;!e ra.mrd on a and renter. *\\ i rd eame to us the Dea Moines river was aimost fehoked with the corpses <vf th?> fedcrais. It was aaid the river was hanoBBlng a Bich car->ine huo. V, ?? <he< red and Btarted forward. Thaa BFB BBBda a dis hgrecable dlacovory?the enemy's mus hals would shoot more than tarlcB as ?ar aa our haatlng |taaa "."<? might Mjca ahnottwa* la the * "Of ro-'-oo V " ? ' *-?--? i*f)Tt* en learning <u th.- aaparloi raa Ihcir ,.. BB '?? ? .,? 'aaa, There Werr? artonrh ? r >'i.Pr(,,| |b th<"> ??. iu. ?? ,r. ?. j hraei t**r/ttoea ard aii. i- ?_? faa ooaM oatahoot Burs. Bad i v. i , :;s addtBJ iwo and te^o Io flr*re , ai thal they must aeres.s.rih ha BhtB to "'?' OB. K\ery "? tara+d hlmaalf into a llffhi to worh out this ?aaali .... ... ah far hia I i raa i a? v. a b<-: i did. it Bror ; ?? ?? v BOOUajh BOW, hut T thought ! , ii- .. !??**< ?? ror ?t tbor, fn sni'e af tha Eh ^; % river b lag daanaied by daad blv a reli rtala that Ihera wara i -?-?:?. left to rc -eh us arlth thr~e - -r-!' ?f ' ? ? raBfja nmsl>et<?. when t>--> faadtra ?< tri<-d to aahltch their hoi>-s i m araited la untie them. Boma ataah rldlCfl wl li a Knife; Othcri ' rl ,^ hy main forr*?. 'i i-. ? ,./ ? | torror Of their uia- ^--- ->>i.! u.TTv.or! nmnni traarJeaHy. Maa* bta a looaa and ruaiie<i Wiiai) .....ss tha leld, adding to the B| . aaa oi ...^ . aolda.ri. ... . .. : tha ooaatry wltho to get The ( glnea de aime] tn larritj the reeaay -wara dragged oT ?) e floll and htddaa ln aome h.i7?d hrneh. "The root ?? <("'t siop until the eon federaies koi bacft tn th. ir homes in Marlon. Lewis, Shelhy, Seotlami, Knox and S. ,.,- gfgmw rr.en m if.v Dur? ing all ' le aad ? f !oo there K?s rn Btl ?pl l?v :>v ,-? .-rcy t.< pur *^r YANKS !? RH r:UNS. lae. While < out shoot us , . aot that day. "After th* en a hlt, ar.d t1 .ad reor be 'juat a. ... aev.-r ot ? rrar i u :onfe axouad with th ...o.. 'a swldiera could '?OHMISI l ( Mlll uu us? <i-?d worn off ted, ihey n said . i ? ??? . . ua tha h i h ?ir ll.< ..._for scar-* at Aihens. InconstH.uent.ial as the batthl was, it gave them in after days tha euuipoise of veteran.-i aud lau hl theaa how to staud aud be shot Bt without Uiuchiug." FURLOUGHED BY LINCOLN. Great President Had Pity on an Ail ing, Diseouraged Soldier Boy froni Peunsylvauia. It was Abrahum Liacaba'a rule to re cei>.e oallera m taa whiia house nom i aatil I o'doek, ex. aat oa days wtu eahiaat met. it ?<<> a rule. however, more boeored iu tha hraach than la uue ahaarraaca. Vtattosra toun.i thur way iuto his Bceaaaca trom aartj Baorauii aatil Lateat alght, um. avea hia iag houa wara n>i whollj Grea Croaa their faapor BOitiea Late iu the -aay. wh-1. tha waathar and his datiea ptr Baitted. h? droveoal foraa hoar'aadrii g aVlaaoei ln*. uriahly, some camp oc l oa pitai araa tho ohjectira point ot he day's ride lle was Irom the first the persoual Irieru of every soldier ha aaat to the front, aud freni tae first, also, e\ery aoldler Beemed to divine, as lf by latuil ?? . that ha had Mr. Uncoln'a Storifs of hOW tha !?:?? terfered, *m raorally.toBecareaoma right or fav ?r far the BBBB BfOOt, With a cun on hia shoalder, iteadilj found ? thi trmj . aad, aa the arair went on aad battle to battle, th? s ^ <~~v > /*Wl ? I/*? I.D NuT LiaTEN. won: i aoldler Bt bbling into the whitfc IB i Ight too feBaillar 10 partad arlthoal chaer jt bela of aoaac tiad, and n tfi parts of 'r.e country little cards are traaaarad h> prit.t: ich ol whieh biars aritaaaa to -<?>:i:.> kindly ad perforaaad or r*qaeeted by tha deat. Onw >f th?>m ra ii St* r t-irv of \\ ir P1< B8B PlttBharg boy. Hr- :s very vourc it i ?atlaaM with whatever you do witl 21. 1S63. Tha origli il ..! th . note ls In pospea sion of William D. Post. a ettiaea ol P i Poal BBltsh d when leaa thaa li raara of nge. was stricVen with faver aaortly after enterine tha -erv!.. BBd WBB > a ho- pital io Wavh Kton. Wh \Die to ler. Hted hjs captain to allow him to ratura boaia, promlslng that. lld r<co\er. he would ? :?-, ap hia moaket aad go to tha ptata, howavar, turned a ?"" ' i bla ? ? aad, r>s n last reaoil v. st aaaghi an aadteaca with the preel "hlj aid Mr. Llacoha, aa thr "lf jroa want tc r, yen: shall. You ? oaag to cr lato the war. and the man ? ' o per - -i to aallBt ahoald . Mrvtca : i lr? yoar eaaraaa -md Batriothna bai j oar rdaee la at hotaa witv Tha. - rata tr?? aot< lt to Pct. an.' iroogh \"Cod I r-:'U i hOBBB \'."' ?r? ?>o r-"?> >.T><-t and ha r< 'ur- ? :irmv nnd f ? ? ? ???-.? eloaa cets rrrrio.N recularly. The <"'".- , ? Oai ||p Doe^ \ Doa . t ? ? -it. T-.. in tha A-r p- ?? . | i, an old Gen nenr Otl Clzr\ : do. i lot ... . rer i rred a day in tlu- anaj of tha Ualtad States. His atory la ar nnnaua] one. Does w - ?? ooe among ? cd ln Beptember, 1864. Ha had t> tr re eaotly eona to the Pnlted 8tat< i and could hardly apeaft a word of Er~'I=;h. Takea away : . C:imp CarrlBgtoa, i:... .. .: ,, he was kept there aatil tha go anuaeat bo aeeded hin*, when he was hooorablj dlacharged. He had bo eonpreheasioa of what was being done with him. and rataraed home at the end of fca* daya, aiyatM i aad la a hasy frame ofmlnd. While at Camp CarrlngtOB he had done a little guard duty. but there was noth? ing UkB the military work to whieh he had been aerustomed ln the old coun? try. The law of 1890 gave Does and othet soldiers drafted lihe him a pension, th* same as other old soldiers. But he knew nothing of It. Time w^nt on and he became dlsabled. IIls neighbors re membercd his war record and urged hfm to apply for a pension. He made fre quent trips to see Capt. O. W. Coward. at Charlestown, but that pension agent ffot the impression from Does that he had never been ln the servlce. A thorough search of the records re? vealed his name as a member of tfte t:nasslgned Fifty-ninth Indiana regl caent, and Bhowed that he had aerved 95 days, Just five days more than was re? quired to give him a pension. With that information CapL Coward set to work, and the old man is now drawiug $12 per month.?Loulsvllle Herald. Built on Hava. All Naplea is haill of lara, and all the s'.reets are paved wlth iL Full Ti:ne. T3 Qe?Hear ah >ut Madga? Sha has . lectara, K:de~ '?? Ul lt! BeUa?Taa, it'a true. A marriage car tiflcate.?Puck. WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO OUR JOB DEPARTM It is thoroughly equippcd to do all kiuds of priuting on short notice. We make a SpecKity of Society printing and work for Iusurance Corn panies, such as Financial Cards, Policies, both straight Iif< and b'enevolent, Physi ci;in's Certificates, Sick Cards, Aoplication blanks, Agents l\v port Sheets, Rate Cards, etc. We print VVedding Invita tions, and High Class Sta tionery for Balls, Parties, Pic nics and all entertainnients of a social nature. We print Church Envel opes, Note and Letter Paper, Bill-heads, Monthly State ments, Business Cards, Fi? nancial and Order Books, Circulurs, Check-books, Pani phlets. EXCURSION WORK OF ALL DE5CRIPTIONS We print Handbills, Quarter-Sheets, Half and Whole Sheet posters, Tags, Tickets, Placards, Society Cards, Min. ates, Visiting Cards, Mouruing Stationery. OURAIM is to please our patrons and to give them the best service at tlie lowest prices, consistent with satisfactory work. We furnish "ctttV* when desired and we will arrangc to complete special work in our line. When in need of any work in our line, call and see us and estimates will be furnished. WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SAMPLES _WHICH WE WILL SHOW ANY ONE DKSIRING TO SEE THEM. ?ur Stoch IRoom Embraces a jfull %ine OF THE LATEST STYLE 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 DOOR. i WrE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS OF WOOD-TYPE Of Any Job Printing Bstabaishment in the city. Our Presunt Corp of Hmploybbs ark Competent and Quick-wokking. Our Officb is with: : Easy Rkach of the Pinijc, BEING within Fifty Yards of Broad St. Our street-entrnnce is retired and ha? no objectionable featnres, the most fastidious lady bein.r able to enter with it einbarrassnient or annoyance. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO Long Distance Telephone, 22i 3. John .vlitchell, Jr., 311 N. 4th St., HichmonS, Va HISTORY OF TliE GYPSIES. Mo'ern Historians Have Traced the Oiigin of ihe i^omauic Suau geis to Iiitua. Tbe word BJ] BB] . Bi onriuiis an?i inler BBtlBs] arlaia, ia ai oaee iUaatraUva of I oi i rorruptloa aad ai U*ra 'bat taa pn paaait] ol ebilorea ior u... aagaaaa la ? raac.aj . rail. rba aipalaa < :. then BraaBppearataoala BBBjIaaal ab.nn taa baglaaiai al tbeaix . ceatarj aren Btitiakea i"i EayP" l Ibbb aad as caiw a bj ? <..-....... ..i.ou, battbacoaaanoi ??? o\ taotaaaif BceltJ in n . r. adl red 1 . i tba a ..i di rlaaj pao ple bava e\<i ilan beeaealled. ihe r. Iga. of Haarj VIII., in i BTastata aaaaaaeted oxpeiiinp; the K> paies from t! ?: <oui.tr> aadi r p. nalty of impri.-oi.i".(M;i BBd torfeltaro of prop? erty. aVccordlBf te tba Gray iTlars1 Chronuie tba atatBterecltad tbat "many outlandish people, caJllag tbaa BaTyBfJaas.BaiaaTBOcrafl aorfaicl iprae tleB) of merrhar.cisp. BBT8 come Into this realm am! enrre from shire to shire Bad place to plaea in pn at eoaapany and real aabtla aad erafta aaeaaa to ee tae people; beartaa them la hand that they h\ palmlstry could tel! men's aroaaea*! fortBBee, and so many bj oraft BBd subtlcty havo d?>< cived ople nf tbalr money. and alBO l.a* I iltted aaa ?>? and beiaoaa felooiea and robbeiiea " Six yeara Iator Crnm arell, la a lett< r to thp preeldeal of tho a <>f Walea, accaaea "tho p:p ilans," as hr ni'.s them. of "falaebooda, felonles and trpnsons" and orders the azecatioa of such as fall to leave at rommand. Tho BjyBB.88 had sproad over tbe ron tlnent of Enrope several centnries be? fore their appoarancc ln England. and an Auctrian mnnk. wrltlng of them ir. the twelfth eeatary, oalls them the progeny ._?.* the son of TTnrar. or Tshmaelites. Modern hlstorrans. however, have. by the pecaUarlttea of their laataage, tra-^od their orirfn to Tndla. Throurth OBt the orie'it and eontinental Enrope they were Vrnrwn as metal vrorl ers. and Sir John Lubhock attribntes to them the lntrodiietlon o- metallurgy. espocially of bronze. fnto Enrope. SISTERS BEAU. p ? o ? #**^-4*,5r^/v\N 1 J Please, Mr. ft me a yoar 1 h . ralt in my book. ?Cbicatio Journal. "! IWONDERFVLJ | DISCOVERY j : Curly Hair Made Straight By 5 I .Baat TaaEM FROM lAWtl aUrOBB AKU AlTtU TUKATME.VT ORIGINAL | OZONIZED OX MARROW *0aB7Tl?BU4.] g _\ l .a wourterful hair potaad. ta tti<? o.H aafo ?. ' pr. na.rat.toB ln tho world thal ,.r v. ? - li.-nr atralght aa alioau above. Ui..'ur-ft ? i - a!|>, i.r?-\. -:ts the hair fron Tall- <? . ititf ...it or hreaklm: off. eurea dau.lruff an.t /-.-? ,n '-..?. : haly pow lona au.t allky. KoMorrr > ?ii-lu?.-,ll,y tfToimatida. Wamwitod <? ? ? lt ??? O.- Br t ; i. , .r:.t ..-. . ?< - ? i- aold f->r Rtraithli-iilnu k-nWv kutfr. B< \ *r.-?f r. . i tho Orimiial Oroniz, .1 - - Oa .M.-irrow ai t'-..' gi *S k? .p the hmratralcht. a..ft and t.. alltlful. rlv- ? ?> liu- il taa* healthy, Ufe lik. ai |h arai ?? ao .?N ?j iiiueh .t-ired. A lollet n.>aait] roi la.! . , tltsmon atM?MMren. Kle tcantly i.-rri.n . .' - K < i v Ing to Ita anporii.r nn.t laatin*; qi ?- la the. l......t and nn.M ??<?-.:.? inlcal. H . ? * iwiyl,.-.lv Io i.r. ........ a rrei 9? tion .-?jnu, t<> lt. Bai! .Ur.-.-ti. n> wlth everr <? ,?; bottla. Only fiO .-.-l.t-. s ll l,v ,ir.;; . (Js and <l.-al-r> ..r Mnd na AO reata for . .? hot- ,i fc tlrt orBl.lO for thr. .? bottlea. V. V expreaa oharnt-i. Bond poatal or nin * ^*. ni.n..-y ..r.l.-r. naaaa tnention na v*. |.:i|..-r -.. li. n ordering. Writoyouruiuucuu.lv* m addraaa pUlniy t? (. I OZOXIZED OX MA RROW CO. *) 76 *g*Ba>aat -4ve.. Chicago, Tlliintis. * **SvSX*X^<*X*)??<^ . . . . . ..... MRS. P- G. EAsLEV 6*5 N. Second St. Id CREAM, CONFECTIOXARIE. -' CAKEs, ETC. | Iawn and Pic-nic Parties, FeBV vals, Weddings eto., fnrni&hed aji th<> best high-grade Ice Cream t the Shortest Notioe. Satisication Guaranteed 6 7-Smoa. before" ,"***~~"*,~-' MAKING *> aYoor parehase yoa woald do **el to call a; the moat reb' able fur n<tar? house in the oity ana aee the fine line of Reirtgerators, fla tingi, Oil-Giothf. A.nd in '?"! everything that ia need ad il hoase farniahings. RTJ43 AHD CA5PHT3. Of t n ry deseription; alao the lat eat dt ? <na in ROOKER3 and apee ial O I vlRS. Our goola ara the beat f ?r the priee and the priee 11 very lova. G. I Jurgea's Son f* __ y_ 431 EAS1 BROAD HT., + 1 a9e9rbev4Bea4th and 5th Street >ius m.^kth, th- arorU riauapad aad hiKliiv ceiebrated Buaineaa and Test Mediun rereals everythinr. No Imuo-dtion. Can l>. conault* ? : upon all afTa.rs cf life, hn ain waa l..vi aad aaarruaajaj a apeelalty. Kverv myatery re ^falaal. also ?f ali-^i t, decaaaad an.l llrtai friends. Eteraorea no .:,,1 MtraaW .r..|-- ? halh > .; - any Mediuilla Who Can e.\ need her in atartlina' rerelationa nf th. naal fatara erenta ot ona 'a Ufe. Remsanber aba arill nol t..i anj prtoc Oatter yoa; yoa anaj raart aaeured yuu will (rain fn.r^. without noti aenae: sh< oavn be conaulted upon all affaira ol Life, Low. Courtahip, Mnrrii |a, Btr with fi : "ii ut yoni . onpm v ' rtrr>K anlaa i<ls, an?mi?9M . .? BU t^ . j -. eontested will* iilnaiilr and reliable she raaada yoar . -l.'<mkI nr bad ; ahe \\ ithold* nothiner MARTH tells your entire life naal aad ? and future m h DEAD TRANl'K, has laa. power of aay two Mediunia yoa ever met. jn te?V ahe tells your mother'a faUaaaMhav arriae*, the namea of all your fainily, ahairaeea anddeacription, tha name and batad nt hoaband, tha aaana .<t yoar aext 11 oaa, tha aaaae of the youaa' maa who now oalia oa yoa, tha name of md, and the day, moatfa and yoar marriec*, how many ohildran \<>u mve or Will h.ivt?; wli.iii. r fOOT praaeal iweetheart will be true tayoaant1 fL wil i.rtrry vcii;if yimh.iv. no aweethearl aaa will .. n you w bea v<.u will aara jaa aad hia name, and uate ol aoqunintanoa. AW roar fatara will l*- toadtn an hoaaeat, olear aad plaia manaar aadia a drad feraaoe. Ilothara ahooad kaow the suoce > of their hushnnds aad ohildn n; young ladie* should kaow ererythiac about thatrawaetheauta or intended huabano. Do aot haap ooaapaay. aaarry or ro into baa baaaw uat.1 you kaow alb ao aot i.-t stUy relig* <ous acruplea prareal yoar ooswultlaaa;. ataaiama is taa only one Ln Ihe w orai arho aaa te'.l you tha full name of y?ir future husband with apr aad date of man al aaa, aad tt l!.s wBath er the one you love i^ | rOO < 1 Ball ? There are some ner-oii- who tialiaiO that Ihara is no truth to ba nhw * fruaa eoasultLne a Medium. hat aaoh baaVata aaooalnaryto Maa truth. lt is only from the aok of discnmina tion that such a conolusion ataba reaehed. It af not every one who plaenids himself at her? self as a medium taal can -land the test ofwhat lie or she elnuns. And a person of an inqutrinp mind may ask the raasoa w hy. it ia aunprs that these advm BsMMta do not take the trouble to stndy human nature. They do not Bpaad their ttaoashta for a moment with acauirin^ the art of phrnseolo^y and kind red brannnaa that will have ataadaaoy to make the puthway to the road of the busi? ness clear and devoid of all obaBaolaa lt, is and undeniable fact that persons will come for advice in full knowledtre of what they want to know, nnd yet as BOOB as they confront a medium they try their utmost endeavor to dispel from their miiids what they know so aa to hear af it will be rchearsed by the Medium. To tret tawasaraa out ofa pervon by unfalr and dishonest m< uns is the art used by mary qaprlaetpled Metliuma, but to take hold of the hand and pain cont rol of the mind thereby is a matter of IflllWaWlllllUt to most of them. And yet thia can be done and by consnltlnjr Mrs. Marth the .setMiuntcIy mystery becomee a reaii/ation. This sui)ject. has r?veived no little attention by eminent men and even colletre nrofesaors. So it provesconclnsively that althouifh there are infrin^ers in our mi(Lst with oily toniraes, perhaps the ^ates of WtadoOB have" not been cloeed to the entire profession It takes a k'i >^at aaal of studv to become an wccomplished medium and bv a conM?uoua and i.ntiraitf ?:ffort. the key to tne well of apparont iv unfatkomable mvsteries haa Dtwn aecured by IDas*. M AHTH for the l>eneflt of bumanity. -ADVIOE BY LETTER, 81.00. Hours From 10 A. M. to 9 P. M MRS. M. B. MARTH, CH.ICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. (BOX, \o. i>.->s.) EncK?e Stamp for reply 'Please meution tte Plaset M. LAVVSON & CO., DEAI.KKS IN FI5II, OYS1 HRS AM) (1AME, PRB3M HEATS & OROCER1ES. aTBay^AU or<i<>rs taaataa psroaaat nttcn tion. ?lt Hrook Ave. 'Phone 1580. S. J. GIlPIN, 506 E. BROAD STREET, Richmond, Va. DEALER L*T ^ Fine Boots. Shoes, and Ladies Gaiters. Vff Kinds of Fine Footwear. H. F. JONATHAN Pibh Ovsttrs & Produce I20N. 17th St.,RlCHnOND, VA. ALL ORDERS WILL REOEJVE P .OMPT ATTENTION. Long Dlstance Phone, 752. New Phone, 478. KOHT. S. FORRESTER -FLORIST^ 2*5E. Lefgh Street, R10HMOMD. . . VIROINIA Plant Decorationa, Ohoioe Roaebnda Om Elowera, Fnnerai Doaigns, Hoaae Decorationa for ?\ edding, Parties dfco. a apecialty. Give me a call. 3 inoh. 8m. When Yon Are Sicl fura and Fresh Mediemei only w. eure yoa then parehaae yoar Druga and Mediaiae froaiC iLeonard's Reliable Prescrtptloat Drug &tor 724 North Second Street. ? ROBT. wTtflLLIAMS, FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER. NO. 3019 P. STREET, BETWEEN 30TM AND 31ST STREETS. RICHMOND, - - - VA. Bpeoaal attention Riven to all busineaa aatraatad aa aaa, Gaxtlaajai for fnner> ' nla. reoepaJoBB and marriagoa at all \ hour*. Sutisiactiou aaaraataad to all. tilt)-^0-*04 A. Hayes :C1- AM) WAKK-Ko, >MS, 727 North Second Street* BBBJIIIBMIK, 725 X. 211.I St. Plrst-claaa ll.-n-lcs aad Caslc<-ts of all de* acriptiona. Ihavea apaxarooaa for haaV 1: the family hava not ? suitabla All cooatry onl.-rs H,f given Bpecial attentioo. Your speciul nttentloa Bi dledtotha new atyla Oak Caaketa .'. aaa me and yoo shall he wait=vL oahisdly. - ' "-' ?'?"? 'Phone, 2778. ?' -aawAj Vk Custalo Hon^i BB* BROAD ST. rJ.ar ?..< remodaled my bar. and ??> - .g ao up-to-date plaee, 1 am prepa. -jif iv seroH my friends and the rme*i? at aaa ???iae old Jtaud. ?^hoice Win.es. Ll^uortaafiaV Ctaara. KafT CLASS FKSTAriULMr Meals At All Hours, ?aaa; 'none. \2Ci Wm tJuatalo. f).* S. W. ROBINSON, - NO. 23 NORTH 18TH ST. DKAI.KR IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. aaa?*'AlI Stock Sold as (iuaranteed. -ftia PROMPT ATTENTION. Your patronage is respcctlully solicited. joIXhiggin?, DKAI.KR IN CHOICE GROCERIES, WINES LIQUORS. AND CIGARS* PURE GOODS, PUIX VAI/UR POal TIIKMONF.Y. *6*0 East Franfclin Street; [Near Old Market. J - d| RlCIIMOWO, ? ? Vl&GJDOA.