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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVE., MAUOH 30, 1883. EOSSER & MoOARTHY, 1'UHI.IHIIKKS AND I'ROl'KIKTOIW. Wk hope the girls will pardon in If Just right bore wo ax If fomalojaws wore fashioned for Tho grinding up of wax. And, pray, was It lutonded that Tholr Jaws Nhould stop It never, But like the tmtolc wo read about Go right along forever. Notice. Tno bulk of the telegraphic matter for the Bum.ktin failed to arrive, probably on account of the storm last night. It will be printed aB usual tomorrow. Coat, this week commiimls ten cents a bushel. Mrs. John Whitakkr, her friends will be pleased to learn, is much better. A PASSKMQua engine on the Kentucky Oontral during the month of February, run 4,000 miles. Trra band room has been removed to tho building at the south-west corner of Front and Market streets. Wk learn that the late protracted meeting at the M. E. Church, Germantown, rcultod in sixteen accessions. Maysville Council No. 3G will meet on tho 5th Monday in April. Tho meetings are held every three months. m Tiik work of filling Court street up again with ashes began yesterday. Some very industrious mound builders aro living on that thoroughfare. The express facilities of Mayavillo aro bettor now than thoy have ever been. It is recoived by tho morning and evening trains and twico a day by boat. Messrs. Chunk & Mills carpenters, are about to put in operation in their shop on third Btroet a lot of wood-working machinery to bo run by water-power. As tho Rev. M. D. Reynolds will bo absent from tho city next Sunday, tho pulpit of tho M. E: Church, South, will that day bo filled by Dr. G. T. Gould, of Millorsburg. There will be servico both morning and ovening. . Mn. Wm. Hunt, originator and proprietor of the Dark Horse, Silver Dollar and other well known cigars, likes the enlarged Bum.ktij and has given it an advertisement. His cigars aro too well known to need a favorable notice from us m The Old Folks Concert and tho Concert by tho Sniith Family at the Opera House this evening is anticipated with much interest. Tho whole will bo presented in a stylo that will bo a pleasant surpriso to all. There ought to bo a largo nudienco present. Mimsiw. White & Oirrare opening tho spring campaign with a motto that mean's business of u puro and simplo kind. If you have curiosity enough to know just what thoy mean to do, you will hunt up tho advertisement we print in another column, and as Capt. Cuttlo would say, " Whenjdoiund inuko a note of it." Ukdkr the head of "Honor to whom honor is due," in anothor column, will bo found somo interesting matter concerning Mr. Jamos Cobnrn, formorly of and at ono time a resident of this city. Ho was for about two yoara iv deputy in tho Circuit Clerk's ofilco, under tho late John M. Duke, Jr.' His friends will read with pleasure the good words spoken of him. Tiik show window at 'T. J. Curley's plumbing establishment is ono of tho most inviting in tho city. It is u mass of greon moss with h water basin in tho center, from which a miniature fountain plays. The basin is to bo supplied with gold-fish and a variety of water plants. It has attracted a great deal of attention and "Fountain Squaro" is the name already given to that partof Second street. Pkrhy Rudy can toll you how to clean out a etovo'pipo that is if you can find enough of him in ono place to talk to. Ho docs It, wo aro informed, with gunpowder, generally about five cents worth, and when tho pipe goes through the ceiling, tho stovo out tho window and yourself through tho door you may know tho Rudy plan is eucccessful, Thero are pthor and perhaps easier ways, but this ono, to say tho least, possesses tho charm of excitement and novolty. PEKSONALS. Points About People Here and Elsewhere. Mrs. Bottle Varian, at last accounts, was improving. Mr. Thos. Y. Nesbitt and Master Roe Nesbitt have gono to Owingsville to be absent about a week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sphar left afternoon to attend tho funeral of a relative, near Newport, Ky. Mr. Charles Osborne, of this county, Is still very low, and we regret to say, there is no hope of his recovery. Rev. B. F. Bristow, at tho urgent solicitation of his friends, has consented to become a candidate for the Legislature in tho First district. Dr. R. Hiner, of Shelby ville, passed through tho city yesterday, to assist Rev. W. D. Powor in a protracted meeting at Germantown. Dr. S. M. Cartmell, who has been laid up for a week past with a severe cold is much better, and expects to be out again in a day nr two. Mrs. A. J. Baylcss and Miss Lida Secrets, of Concord, are visiting Mrs. J. G. Payno, of East Maysvilllo. Mrs. Payno will return with them to Concord next Saturday. . - - He Is not n Colonel. Colonel J. B. Noyes, tho pleasant and popular assistant at tho County Clerk's office, is not a Colonel aftr all. We are very sure of that because a Bulletin reporter had it from his own lips yesterday afternoon. " I am not now, never have been and never will bo a Colonel," ho said, " and I wonld bo obliged if tho Bulletin would remember it." "Colonel I" called Clerk Ball, who was in tho adjoining parlor getting ready for another wedding. " Coming" was tho prompt reply and tho conversation ended. This is how wo happen to know that Colonel Noyes is not a Colonel after all. 'Death of Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler, wife of Mr. John Wheolor, died yesterday afturnoon about two o'clock after a painful illness of sevoral weeks. Sho was the daughter of the lato Robert White, of this city, and was in her thirty-sixth year. She was a kind-hearted, good woman, noted for her unobtrusive deeds of kindness to tho indigent and distressed. Sho leaves one child, a little girl. Mr. Wheeler and his motherless little one have the deopest sympathy of tho community. Tho funeral will take place from tho residence to-morrow afternoon at two o'clock, after services by Rev. S. B. Aldorson, of the Presbyterian Church. Future Piinhliiurut. Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach at the Christian church on Sunday morning on tho question- "Is there Punishment after Death ? " At night tho second of tho series of lectures to young people will be tuvon, tho subject being i "What can a Young Lady do?" All seats free. Everybody cordially welcomed. K. of P.Tuentiou. A full attendance is requested to-night, at Castle Hall, at. 7:30 o'clock. Work in new Ritual Lecturo by a distinguished K. of P. and Lunch. Simon Davis, C. C. James K. Lloyd, K. of R. & S. Dn. T. H. N. Smith advertises elsewhere somo now business arrangements. Hereafter he will devote his time exclusively to tho preservation of tho natural teeth, and Dr. C. W. Wardle, will tako charge of tho mechanical work in all its branches. See the advertisement. When a cold or other cause checks tho operation of tho socrotivoorgans, their natural healthy action should tie restored by; the uso of Ayor's Pills, and .inflammatory material theroby reipoved from tho system. Much serious sickness and suffering mightboprovented by thus promptly correcting those slight derangements that, otherwise, ofton develop into settled disease. The caso of Thomas Camming has not yet beon brought beforo tho Court of Appeals and ho has not thero foro been granted a new trial. He was taken out of tho custody of tho keopor of tho by virtuo of a writ of habeaas corpus and, Is now in jail hero awaiting the next step in his case, what that stop will bo no one tho Bulletin has ha been able tp say. His attorneys decline to give any information as to their !' tontions in tho mattor. ABERDEEN ITEMS. We arodollghtod to hear that tho captivating widower haschiingod his mind, Abotdeoti was too powerful a magnet to retdst. Theslnglng.attho MethodlstUhuroh, March 20, was the bright and particular uttriiutlon of tho evening. They all did well, but us wo have an especial udmlratlou for a good inns-online voice, wo hud u treat In listening lo Mr. Mellord'M rich melodious voice. He Hingis u certain stylo, whlph is elleetlve. Mr. A. J. Crono, of Sonora, New Mexico, la visiting his relatives ai Aberdeen. Mi. II. M. Pultnor has bought out Mr. T. K. III1I. Mr. I'ulmor will continue thogiocery business, Ho intends to keep u grocery. Wo are much obliged to Mr. O. W. O for hi kind advlco in rcconiinciidluiHliiimoiiN' medicated well-water. No doubt it could euro heart disease. Hut we are fice from Unit troublesome tnaludy. QKRAI.DINK. Mrs. Catharine F. Rand. Mrs. C.itharino F. Rand, who died at Vanceburg on the 20th inst., was the widow of tho late Jacob W. Rand, who for 20 years was principal of the female department of the Maysville Seminary and whoso( memory is still fondly cherished for his Bterling worth and christian character. Though more than a score of vears have passed since the deceased left her home in this citv, yet many of her loving friends still live to lament her death and to sympathize with her bereaved family. Mrs. Hand was born at Marietta in 'S0(i, and was lliu eldest daughter of Stophen and Catharine Mrs. Shcpard being the sister of Dr. Wm. S. Plummer, ono of the brightest constellations in the galaxy of Divines. In 1818 sho removed with her parents to Charleston, West Virginia, and in 1825 married J. V. Rand. Esq., with whom she removed to Mavs-ville in 1831, at which time Mr. Rand became principal of the female department of the Maysville Seminary, in which position he continued for twenty-six yoarrf; and many who were tutored by him during that peiiod are htill living and will with one accord bear testimony to his usefulness, fidelity and lovely christian character. Mrs." Rand during that time was matron of the institution and admirably discharged the duties of that office. In 1800 sho removed with her husband to Lewis county, and nettled on the pure waters of Kinney, stir-rounded by its lofty hills mid illimitable forests, and here lur home soon became a sanctuary in the wilderness', where the children of the woods frequented on Sabbath ilnys for Siuid.iy school instructions, and the yiumu' anil old were taught the impnrtani lecsim of "seeking first the kingdom of God mid his righteousness." On Tni'sihy, the 20th, sho gently fell asleep, ami was buried ut Charleston, in Spring Hill C'liie tery, where her loved onus Mrs. Rind's funeral services wre performed in tho same church at early in life she hid united with God's people, the same in which sho was married mm her children nnd where, nine years ago this same month, she had lieard her husband's funeral preached. Now she has sunk to rest. The weary pilgrim of 77 years has left her earthly scenes for a higher sphere in the Holy Oitv of our Gud. She too has passed the veil within tho gates, "Where golden gloiles stream afar. And heavenly harp tho soul await, To glowing notes ol Joy attuned, There bursts orprulsoand wondering love In lolly siiiil i)K ului 11 imw ird tluw, Hluill onwaiti and lorcwr How The music ol Kternlty." W. W. it. X Drunken Jackass' Hound With Hie Hoys'. Bodlo (C'aU Kreo Prfs,s. Aurora has a little jackass that enjoys a drunken spree, and will drink liquor until his earn can no longer wtiu. While under the influnco of wine or whisky he will perforin many amusiny trieks. Several weeks ago a number of IJodieite.s visited Aurora. After drinhiiiKiill thoy could conveniently carry, tho Hodietes turned their attention to "tho jack. He was escorted into a saloon and tho ordered. The jack took his "medicine" like an old-timer. After tho second quart had disappeared the animal became frisky and wanted more. Ho tried to climb tin on tho bar, and when intimidated ho displayed a had temper by kicking a county odieial in tho abodmen and biting alawer's leg. Not until he had drank a pint ot whisky did tho intemperate jack qiliet down. In tho morning he was found stretched out near a deserted building. A cocktail revived him, and he was ready for anothor " run with tho boys." Pack's Bad Uov at Fluster's 50 cents. CITY XTDEITVrjS. Advertisements Inserted under this bonding lUc per line for each Insertion, Thy Langdou's City Butter Crackers. Ladibs, call and seo our cheap Tables and get bargains, A. R. Gb.vsscocK A Co. J. A. Jackson, & Son, of Mayslick, aro tho solo agents in that place tor nil of J. 0. Ayor & Co.'s celebrated patent medicines and many other valuable preparations, among them T. B. Smith's Kidney Tonic. Call and cot a bottle. 117. 1 m Aykr'b Sarsnparrilla, tho first blood mediciuo to prove a real success, still holds its place as first in public estima tion, both, at home. and abroad, as shown . v i ,T.'.. . 7 by its miraculous CUrefl and immensoly uuchvu iira. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by O. W. Okmel, grocer, street, Maysville, Ky. VLOUK. Limestone M 8 7 25 Maysville Kamlly .... 6 Maysville City 0 75 Maxou County - 0 25 Kentucky MIIIh 0 00 I Butter, iB .. Ho.V Uml, ' m . 15 Kgus, Ulor in I Meal f, peck 20 ChlckoiiH 3tfa: Molnssos, fancy 7.1 i Coal Oil, V gal. 20 ,8ugur, granulatpd W tt . tl " A. V tt iu " yellow V th ... 89 Hums, sugar cured V R IS liucon, break last $ ft 15 Hominy, salJou 20 UeauH V gallon & Potatoes' pock- 25 Coiroe.. I2fal6 WA.1TTS. good mmmiiiI hand sate. w Apply to miulM THIS OKKICK. buy a nnlrof second hunt! w piiiuorni in goon ouiei. Apply lo JOHN AiiAMHOi , mOiM Iu .Maysville, ICy. i llTAVrKI A position inn guuleuer by a T r coiupeicni man. Amity at 1111 UtflUK. W ANTKD A home forn good girl sixteen renin old. Kxlo L'fHieial lioiiMiuiiik. An. ply at niKildtwtf THIS OKKICK. I Vir ANTi:i liotloni knocked out of prices Yt iu waton making, .lames M.Kia.ler desires tho people to know that he is prepared to f 1 51 nil klmlMiif u'uitiiii iMtLr itltli.tr ri.ttnlt I .... Lor new work, tit prices. Persons t,i..i i ....... i i.. i. ...in ..i ....it nuiijf, ii iiuu juu i, 1 1 1 iii'u.u run. JA.MKHM. KKA.IKIl, m'.'Ud&wlni Helena. Ky. '04t tl,lK. 1,tit f.t.t: llv .Montgomery County llonds. Safe Investment lor gimidluns. Apply i his week to inzMHiwu UAKHKTTH. WALL. 1.1 OK NAI.K Three good houses on the 7 Fleming pike, within i he ei'y limits, by 27dwlv H A LLtih.&.SALLtiK. Attorney. 170II NAI.K 7."),0(K) hand topiiar V X. Co's.bilek; j0 Mjuaies looting tin neaily new;2.i.'l 0 feel of nearly new lumber ol dlller. out kinds. Apply lo mlOd&wtl G. M.WILLIAMS. r 70KS A hundred acres of best janil 1 I.. M. ...... I i. in 1 a. in uifiintv, wiiii fulfil iiwmiuiK uiiu lino lob.icco barn. Twenty note, ol now laud. Situated on Fleming pike live. miles trom M uimt1li t. ...t.... ...v. inlod&wlui UAlUW'vl I .-I, V Aljl.. ; house In UieMe I.iOltNAI.KOIt eoiiiiilnlug.') looiiiKiiud a kitchen, gulden and neiiery forn large lot of poulliy, stable and hoo'tor buggy. Apiily to murl'Jdll JAMKS JACOHS. It of III ncies near FMf Caldwell county, K.. itailioad run Ihinugh Iheeiiunly. I'i fee 7iW, will exehang lor lfxusiand or oilier propfiiy. miidlw .U.K. .MA HSU, Library Building. Sutton Stieet. I.MUt SA i: WiileliouseiuTd lot. corner ill Wall and Second, ihreestury hiieK coinei .Market and Front, two resileuia'son Second, and one 011 Fourth street. Apply lo UHlm UAUHKri S. WALL. .iK si,k a Frame ot :i ir " " 4 iiiiik cottuge 111 t iir;iiin I I' llllll If 1 1 fdlttlt y. mint if(rrttittil nt tiuilnxl one mile trom Mioxvllle, 011 the Fleming pike Apply on the premises to mil . MUS. MABGAKKT CHILD-. A I.i: A 5 looms, 1AOK Thud Mrut. Tlio roonin are all on one tlour, with a nice basement. Tlieiels an abundance of fiuit trees, a good well ol water In tho yaiit and a uood stable. Apply to W. HIT KUKRI', mini) life w I m AlKMileeu, Ohio. foik Hao"e ATI-.l A unod ctiolc, a white gill pre let led. l'ei'iuaiienl slluallon lo the rignl person. Auplylo in.'ludlt A. M ItOGKUS. MHt It r.NT Booms for rent In the central I pint ul theellj. Inquire at the 127 r BULLETIN OKKICK. of thelxsi building ITllMt In Chester. PilcejIrOtoJi.'iUln weekly or monilily payments. Apply lo M. F. MABSli, Library Bullillnu'. Sutton .street. liONT. About 11 week iao, a plain gold LOST 11 gentleman's hre.ist pin. Tho tlud or will please return Mime to ti.ls olllee anil be liberally re win dud. lni'JSdlw On thuntternoou or Mrs. J. LOST funeral, In Abeideen, a lady's fur cupo. Bettirn to Thomas Hill's store, in Aberdeen, or this olllco and receive rewartl. in'2l3t Vmicebiirc, Koine, Concortl Jliiysvllle Dully l'iiiikt, IIAMV BltUOK BRl)l)KN,Capt. It. L.Buuck. Clerk. Loves vanceburu dally nt ij o'clock a.m. for Maysville. I.eiivi'u MiivHvllln IrAl I), in. Goes to Blpley Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, Connects at .Manchester with stage lor West Union. Eor freight or passugo apply on bourd. Cincinnati, 1'oriHiinmlli, Hitr KuiMly A l'oincroy I'ncket Co 111 puny. JOHN KYLE. President. Lewis Glknn, Sooietury and Treasurer. mul O. K. it. r.vcKiyrs For Ilumlnfflon.l'omeroy.uml till wny l.lllllllllKN. TKLKUBAPH, Mond's and Thursdays 6 p. m. KLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 p. in. BOSTONA.Wednesdays and Saturdays, 6 p.m. I'oitsmouih.all Mall mid Way Landings. BONANZA, TuesdaysThursdays Sat'ys, lim. .Maysville. All Mull mid Way Landlnus. MOBNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted) Louvo Cincinnati t::t0a. in, . Maysville. .- . I P. in. v teigni receiveo 011 O. M. HOLLOWAY. Suporlutoudont. Dissolution Notice! Tho llrm of HONAN A OLIKT, was dissolved by mutual consont Maroh 22, 1HH3. Tho books of tlio late llrm Imvo been placed in tho hands of Halloo Bailee, who are authorized to Bettlo all tho business ot the Into firm. A. HONAN, mmimdiw. .C. B- OLIKT. Commissioner's Notice. Timothy Hlorloy'aaUm'r Plamtlff. vs. Notice to Creditors. Timothy Hlerley's Helm Ac Hefondantu. In pursuance of an order in tho abovenctlon made by the clerk In vacation, the croditorn of Timothy Hlerley. doceuBod. will present tholr claims and prove Barae.oa or before April 181, 188S,atmy offlco on Court Htreet, Maysville. ( nutwat Maaver uoramuwonerM.u.u. ((1I1IcyXCH1EXJI Th9 Fine HARNESS STALLION, Will make the present season, which has commenced and will expire on the (list ol .Inly, at the Htableol John 11. Fields, on tho .Mllli'ieek turnpike road, lour and a half miles north ol Kleinlngsburg. two miles souihol Mf.Olleml, lour miles wenlol and (wo miles east of Millwood, at $10 to Insure a LIVING COLT, $8 to Insuie a mare In Koul. Money due In nil cases when the mare is ten oved or parted With before tho fact Is ascertained. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. KKNTITCKY OHIKK.Jr.lsu beautiful dark mahogany bay or brown sixteen and one-half hands hluh, nine years old this spring. Ho was Mired by the celebrated premium horse, Kentucky Chief, he by ihe world dronowiiod piouilum horse, Dill's Indian Chlol, lie by blood: Vermont Hlaeklmwk (hall brother to Kthan Allen) he by Hill's lilaiikhawk. ho by Sherman Morgan, ho by Justin Morgan, tho original Moruau hoise; Ko'Uiicky Chief, Jr. 's dam wits by Hellalr, Jr , lie by Thomas Lewis' llollalr, he by Horace Kenton's Dlomcdo, he by (HiickMiver.hehv Uadel, he by Johnston's Medley, he by Medley, he by Hnl, ho by Sir lint ry Helalie.Ji'.'Mhim by Mlack Knbblt.n thoroughbred hoic. Kentucky Chief's dam whs by Aincilcnii.he by Imported Yorkshire; 2nd dam by Sir Charles, ho by Sir Archie; Indian Chlers dam was by H. A. Alexander's Imported Kd tin Fonest, hobyyoungUushnw ho ly Arabian Kiishuw; Young Itnshaw's dam wasby Hist Consul, seeond dum by Imported Messenger, Ihlid dam by Tiocklngham; Hod Forrest's dam by Saltpetre, out of n win.ire; Sheriniiu .Morgans dam by Young liiiuihletonlau, by lllshop's Hambletnnlaii, he liy Impoited inesseimer. (tlioroughbred), .Miiiiibriiio, the thoioughbred of England. A No. I SPANISH JACK AT $8 to Insure a LIVING COLT. Wo letaln alien on all colts for tho season money. Great euro will be taken lo prevent accidents, but no responsibility should any occur, iiiiiilwiiiu L. B. & K. W. FIELD. LAMAHTIITE! The Fine Saddle and Harness Stallion, Will stand tbo preoont Season at my Stnble, 'J wo Miles west ol Moysllek, on the MayMIck and Saitlls I'lko, and will bepormlted to serve mares, at $10 to Insure a Mare With FOAL. Is 11 bay colt, foaled in the snilng ot 1K7U, by C'hiettaln or t'ltlabau. His dam wits Bell by Sollerluo; bo by Impoited Yorkshire. His dam wits St. Mary by Hamlet; and ills ureal dam was Impound iiomp by Langar; Bell's dam wasKitlo by Atlanta; he by American Eclipse; ho by Old Duroc anil luiiioited Dlomedo. Bells giand dam wasby Abdullah; her great grand tlaiii was by Engineer; her ,gr. gn gr. dam was Imported Messenger. R0L0, Prince of Jacks, lllack, tllteen IimiiiIs high, mealy nose. For length niiisfl) and stym, he elniilenues He will sorve marcs at the above plnet), at tin low price of $10 to Insure a Mare With Foal. A Heit wiM be retained on all colts got by th above Hoi'm'Oi .luck, unlit ihe season money Is paid. Mines kept on leiisonnble terms. Cine taken 10 prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. J. M. I'lI'EIt, Match IKIi, InSI. mlOwtf ffiRY&7a M7 9?:,tTRATEDwjF:J? U, .DrspRlPr'iM k J&iT.' ft T?TA, idi 2La KFOFt 1883. tmXmBLs& '111 tt Tt.nl t..i1 LI1.'L. ,fA till lirmllnnlila n.i.l m .... toiners of JttHt year without oriterim, it. ItconLnina at)oiit 175 piures, 600 Ultihtratlnnw. prlcen, accunito c!oacriittniiH ami valuabln ilirectloiiH for plantlimr ISeo varittle. of und Flower Hocsts. PlantH, Krnlt Ttxsi, etc. Iuvahmblo to all, to Market OurilenerH. Seitilforltl D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MlOH. deel wlui I 14,508 JJoxos sold in a year by OJNI3 Druggist of ipgSSSrVHa J?fi"tvfTvf ! m wm El m Bi km t II U mmW 1 Mil 1lH Act Directly on tlic Liver. IT II KM Ollll.IJi Wll KKVKIt, Hick IlKin.uiiK, IIii.iiu'h Como, TIOSJ, IlllKI'MATISM, ll I.K. 1'ALI'lTATION Ol1 TIIK ItKAItT, I IZ.I.NKJW. TllHl'ID I.IVEII. roiTKIlTONflVK, StKKel.KW.NKSt,, AND ALI. DlSKSKH IIH TIIK LlVK.lt AN'll STOMACH. If vim tin not "feel very well." u Btngle pill nl Hthiiiilutes llie stomach, rentoroa the uppetlto, tmpurts vlor to Hit. nvMern. R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa. AN ORDINANCE To movent vagrancy ami drunkenness In tlio Oily of Maysville. Itc it ordained by t!c Hoard of Councilmcn of the CUu of Maywitle : Hkc. 1, That if any person bo lound loitering or rambling about in IheClly of Miiysvlilo. not having ihe means to maintain hlmselt by some visible property, or who does not betake himseir lo labor, or somo honeat calling to obtain a livelihood, or who not possessing bucIi means lias quit his habitation, hnviug a wife or child or ohlldrenwlthoutsultablo means of siibsistatico or who lsdrunkon, Idle or dissolute In habits, without vlslblo meaiiHof Hiipport, shall, upon conviction thoreof before tho Mayor of said wi;, uo ..ii hi unum huv iufia man nor more than Bfty dollani.to bo paid, recovered or enforced with cost another IlnoH undor tho ordinances and charter of said city. Hkc. 2, That nil nnos imposed nnd paid or or worked out under tho provisions of this oroinauco uyii person nuvitiR a wife, child or children, without suitable means of may be appropriated to their support. Hko.,3, That this ordinance ahull takoeflect from lu passugo. Adopted In council March 1, 1883. L. Kn. Pkaiiob, Prealdent Attest: Uaubt Tati.uk, City Clerk.