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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, 1)1)0. 17, 1S33.
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each wnjk or the Daily ami Wkkklv
Hulletiw. Advertisers uro invited to call
oml nsiuro themselves or the truth of Hie
huuciuqui, ana tuey nre requested to bear Id
mind that our ra ei for advertising are tlu
Commodouk Clajik Wkma wilt probnbl)
succeed Roar Admiral Hughes In commaifc
. or the Pacific Station.
John Elfcs has been sentenced to b
hanged at Colfax, W. T., January 15, foi
the brutal murder of Dan Haggerty.
Tiikiie arrived In the United States 85,39:
Immigrants during November, aguinst 40,
025 In November, 1883.
The missions of Messrs. Moody ant
Snnkey at Stepnoy, London, has been t
Finn from a locomotive spark partly do
stroyod tho Bonton Harbor, Mich., i'lim
Company' works. Tho loss on tho build
lug and stock Is $20,000; Insured for :,UJ0.
Tnc final sitting of tho American liUhor
In Rome took placo Friday. A solemn ro
coptton will be given them by the Poie pro
vlous to their departure.
Thb United States Consul at Acapulcc
reports twenty-two cases and twelve dentin
from yellow fever during the week ending
In the celebrated California Santiago
Santa Anna case, ponding before the Interior
Department for six years, Secretarj
Teller has decidod in favor of the settlers,
and against the heirs.
A dispatch from Fort Davis, Tex., states
that Dursnd was hanged there for a murder
committed last year. He was sentence!
to hang In November and tho Qovcruoi
gave him a five weeks' respite.
John BnianT, in a speoch at Onkwortt
Friday night, referred to the extension ol
the county franchise as one of the greatest
measures to be doalt with in the nextsossiot
Onb week ago Victor Joseph and some
other boys rotten-egged Dr. Hughes, at An
nnpolls, 111. Friday Hughes met Joseph or
the street and shot him dead without s
word of warning.
The Lorlllanl Fire Insurance Company,
of Now York, has decided to close iU no
counts and discontinue business. Tho riski
of the Company will be re-insured in tin
Guardian Insurance Company, of London
Tn Treasury Department has so far redeemed
$28,874,050 under the 121st bond
call, $10,103,800 under tho 122nd call,
under tho 123rd call, and $184,250
under tho 134th call.
Bradstrekts reports 249 failures In th
United States duriug tho past week, being
three more than tho preceding week, nineteen
more than tho same week of 1S83, and
eighty-four more than the sunie week ol
A Fins Friday night In Canaan Village
Me., destroyed stores and contents, owned
and occupied by Albion Chase and Henry
Rickoy, the stable owned by L. W. Morrill,
and blacksmith shop of S. F, Hubbard.
The coast in the vicinity of Rchner
ingen, Holland, is strewn with casks ol
powder and dynamite from wrecked vessels.
Forty thousand kilogrammes ol
powder and GOO kilogrammes of dynamltt
have Leon picked up by tho customs authorities.
Mna. IUnnARA Campbell, of Vandalla,
111., was stricken with paralysis and lay or
o. field ten hours unconscious yesterday,
dying soon after being found. She wai
eighty years old, and was heir to a fortunt
of some $8,000,000 coming from the British
Secret ajiy Teller has given a delegation
of Mescalero and Jocarilla Indians, of New
Mexico, permission to visit Washington.
Last summer the Jocarlllas were removed
to the Mescalero reservations, but slnc
their arrival there dissensions have arlson,
and it is for the purpose of reconciling
these differences that the Indians are coming
The business failures in the United
States during the last seven days number
290. The number in Canada and tin
British Provinces is thirty-five, making a
total of 325, as compared with
last wcok, when there were 2tS3 failures In
the United States and forty-four In Canada.
More than two-thirds of the whole number
occurred In the "Western and Southern and
Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago,
was on Friday presented with a fine gold
medal by the mother and brother of General
W. A. C. Ryan, who was shot by the
Spanish authorities November 4, 1873, in
violation of international rights. Tho occasion
of this gift was the help the Mayor
gave to the relatives of the murdered soldier
in securing them, through Congress,
an indemnity from Spain for his death.
Aliased fraudulent fraction.
New Yonir, Dec, 10. Blumonthal and
Furoch, representing a number of the creditors
of Charles Fox, Sons & Co., manufacturers
of cloth caps at 103 Green street,
who failed last Tuesday, havo obtained six
attachments against the firm for alleged
fraudulent disposal of property in shipping
goods clandestinely and selling out the
factory the day beforo the assignment.
The deed of assignment is dated December
8, but was not recorded until tho 11th
The Londonderry Illut.
Londonderry, Dec. 10 A Commission
of Enquiry to Investigate tho causes of the
recent Orange-Nationalists riots in this
city last Friday. A number of ien.ons
who participated in tho riots were sum
moned as witnesses, whereupon tho Iiomnu
Catholics In attendance left tho Court in a
body, protesting against tho acceptance of
John bright Against Uulversul Bufrruga.
Bradford, England, Deo. 1 .Mr, John
Brightin a speoch at Kelghley last evening,
declared his opposition to unlversu.
suffrage,' 'and said that ho would endeavor
by all possible means to maintain tho forty
shilling county franchise.
The Baltimore Chess Tuuriinmniit.
Baltimore, Md., Doc. 10. Dr. Zukortore
played gumeaof chess simultaneously
last .evening with as many contestants.
He won all but one game. His successful
competitor in tho remaining game
was Mr. L. T. Thorpe.
Street Onr Conductors Discharged.
CHICAGO, Dec. 16. Sixty conductors on
the South' Side cable car system woio discharged
yesterday afternoon without a moment's
notice. Alleged conspiracy to rob
the company is the probable cause.
Baker Paalia'a Oplnluu.
CAIRO, Dec 10. Baker Pasha has given
it as his opinion that at least 15,000 troop
will be required for a successful campaign
In the Soudan. He also states that Egypt
if unable tosawlr tuch a number,
STRIKE BY CAPITALISTS.
SOME QUEER BUSINESS RUMORS-
Imported Orgnnlied Movement to Crush
Out Trnde,tmtonltni Alleged
General Lockout to Uend
Off a Geimrnl Strike.
New YonK, Dec. 10. The belief prevails
henyamong many who are in a position to
speak with intelligence, that tho depression
in the iron and other manufacturing industries
is largely fictitious. But there la dullness
in tho trade, and that many of the
large concerns aro justified in curtailing
production is self-evident, but there is reason
to believe that this curtailment Is welcome,
and that It Is a part of a concocted
plan on tho part of heavy manufacturers
to strike a telling blow at trade-unionism
by hitting worklngmen hard at that season
of tho year when they are most helpless.
In other words, it is belloved that there is
in progress a quiet and determined strike
of capitalists against labor, taking the
form of general lockouts in all
the groat manufacturing centers
of the country. Tho vigor shown during
tho last eighteen months by the trades organizations
has had tho elTect of arousing
capitalists whoso money is invested in manufacturing
to tho belief that they are on
the eve of a great struggle for the mastery
of their own property. Thero is, furthermore,
n belief that the labor organizations
will not delay longer than tho next summer
a dcllnito test of their strength, and that,
unless they are demoralized and disrupted
during tho present winter, there will be, as
early as July noxt, another widespread
strike similar to that which culminated in
tho Pittsburg riots, and thut it will bo tenfold
moro serious and determined than anything
that has boon soon in the history of
For this reason the theory is that the
manufacturers are this winter determined
on a starving out process, which will leave
the worklngmen next season hungry enough
to be glad of anything that will give them
bread. The closing of the Pennsylvania
coal miners, and tho shutting down of manufactories
in all parts of the country,
throwing thousands of men out of employment
nt the time whon they most need employment,
is regarded as the evidence of a
concocted policy of this nature. Tho effect
of this course has already been to create an
uneasiness in tho business world which is
without adequate foundation, the alleged
depression being more artificial than real,
and it is feared that, should the policy be
pursued, there will bo a temporary commercial
disturbance as damaging as it is
In addition to the concerns that have already
closed and thrown out their employes,
thero are rumomof many moro heavy manufactories
about to take the same step, and
by the first or second week in January, it
is belloved, the lockout will be fully developed
into uu organized capitalists' strike.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Ylin ('a lino in New York Attacked by In.
New York, Doc. 10. A remarkable
story of an attempt to burn the Casino, at
Thirty-ninth street and Broadway, on last
Wednesday night was made
by Byrnes. morning
Mr. Rudolph Aronson ami his brother
Edward, tho managers of the Casino for
the stockholders, culled Uxn Inspector
Byrnes and fiifoiiued him thut a dastardly
attempt had leeu made to destroy
tho . theater by tiro. Detectives
Hloviu mid Dnenborry were assigned tho
case, and, on making an examination, they
discoveiud thut a box tilled with combustibles
had been placed In a little room over
tho bulcouy box and that a lighted candle
had also been placed in the box, which, in
burning down to tho bottom, would set the
inflammable matter on tire an 1 probably
would have destroyed tho
theater. Fortunateiy tho watchman,
Fiedorlck Tryburg, on going his
rounds, noticed that the door of tho little
room was fastened and a light was burning
in tho room. He quickly forced open tho
door and discovered tho caudle burning in
the box of combustible. Suspicion fell
upon Edmund J. Rough, the stage carpenter,
and he was arroste I yesterday as ho
was leaving his residence. On being taken
to police headquarters Rough at first denied
his guilt, but on being confronted with
Mr, Aronson he confessed that ho placed
tho box in the little room on Wednesday
afternoon, and that ho put tho lighted candle
in tho box Just before he rang up the
curtain for tho last act. Ho ssld the reason
he attempted to burn the theater was
because he had been given notice to quit,
and he did it out of revenge.
There were about 1,200 people in
tho Casino at the time, and, had Rough
succeeded in his evil design, tho
would have been terrible. Rough
is a Scotchman by birth, about
years of age, and has been employed
by tho Casino for several months. Ho was
taken to tho Tombs Polico Court yesterday
morning and remanded back to tho Central
The Kmma IJond Horror.
Hillhhoro, 111., Dec 10. Lawrence
Hulnsleln, uncle of John Montgomery, one
of tho defendants in tho Bond caso, testified
m Friday that, on the morning after the
jutrnge, Mrs. Pettis, her son, Lee, and
Clemontl stopped at his house after taking
Miss Bond to her home. Mrs. Pettis told
him of the afTair. Lee Pettis and Clemontl
refused to answer any questions or alarm
hu neighborhood. Witness found In
ho loft of the school house
it duyllght Miss Bond's parasol
tud scarf pin, and discovered a hole freshly
tit through the flooring of the west end
olt. When Montgomery hoard there were
crutches and cuts on Miss Bond's neck,
nl that dementi's fingers had been bitten,
i exclaimed, "My God, what will wo dolt''
lontgomery asked if ho would Ijo protected
f he knew anything and would trlvo it
iwny. Witness said ho found a pool of
Inod on tho school house floor, just beneath
hu This corroborates Miss
kind's statomont that whon attempting to
,oi up she fell and caused her noso to bleed,
lo also picked up some hair over a foot
jug in tho loft.
. AFTER THEQAMBLER3.
V 1 1 envy Itnld Made In Chicago on Complaint
of n Victim's Wife.
CmcAfio, Dec. 10. The police raided
jnlu last night tho notorious gambling
en ownod and inn by Al. Hunklns,
u Clark street, and some fifty players,
aines Green, "Jetf Hanklns, and John
fcCullum, keoporw, wero arrested, Three
nio lay ouIh, two roulette wheels, and a
of chips wero seized uud will bo
mi nod. Huuklus promptly furnished
ho required ball for all the
irlsonerH, who wero accordingly released.
I'lio raid was caused by a complaint from
drs. H. Oliver, the wlfo of a well-known
iicinhor of the Board of Trade, who claims
ihut her husband has almost ruined hlmsell
ny gambling at cards, and lust night took
loo of her own money, losing it all in
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THE MYSTERY STILL MYSTERIOUS.
Further Particulars About the Xstraor
dlnnry Suicide of Miss Kaiser
New Yore, Dec 10. The body of Miss
Rosa E. Keiser, the young lady who committed
suicide in the room of George Dana
at the Windsor Hotel, still lies in an ice
pack at the undertaking establishment to
which it was removed. Her mother and
two sisters are expected from Utlca
this afternoon. Several ladles and
gentlemen called during the morning
to viow tho remains, claiming
acquaintance with deceased. The features
of the unfortunate woman were placid and
composed, and did not betray the least sign
of a violent end. There Is a theory among
many people of the hotel that Miss Kaiser
went to the hotel bent on killing Dunn,
and was deterred by the sympathy Mix.
Dunn expressed for her position. Miss
Keiser is spoken of as a lady .of very high
temperament, and It is supposed sho committed
the deed under the excitement of
the moment. Detective Schofleld said that
when ho went to tho door of Mr. Dunn's
room he heard Miss Keiser say: "You have
wronged me and will yet be sorry for It"
To some remark made by Mrs. Dunn, who
spoke in a low tone, Miss Keiser replied:
"You are a liar," and repeated the expression
"How can yon account for the act!"
"I can only form an opinion from today's
developments and previous knowledge
of some of the actors in tho tragedy. Mr.
Dunn and his mother have boarded hera
during the last two winters. Another
boarder for about five years has been Mr.
Dunn's wife. She was a Mrs. Alexanders
wealthy widow. She and Mr. Dunn were
marriod a few days ago. After their
marriago Miss Keiser came here two or
three times and asked for Mr.
Dunn. Ha refused to see her. Now, from
the fact of the marriage, Miss Kaiser's
charge that she had been wronged, and the
accusations against Mrs. Dunn (as I heard
them through the door), I infer that Miss
Keiser believed that Mrs. Dunn had meanly
supplanted hor in Mr. Dunn's affections,
after he, Mr. Dunn, had acted very unjustly
to her. Previous to the marriage,
Miss Keiser sometimes took meals with Mr.
Dunn and his mother in the dining room."
QUEER DIVORCE SUIT.
Marrying an Alleged White Man and
Finding; Hint a Negro.
Baltimore, Md., Dec 10. Emma J.
Harrington has applied to the Circuit
Court for a divorce from her husband,
Robert Feariug, on the ground of
It appears that Robert Fearing,
the defendant, is of such light complexion
that the evidences of African
blood in his veins are not distinguishable.
He was employed in the United
States Revenue Marine Service
and married Miss Harrington in Casrlne,
Maine, on May 8, 1879, she suposlng him
to bo of the Caucassian race. Subsequently
Fearing took his wife to North Carolina
to visit his relatives, and the wife claims
that there, to hor surprise, she discovered
her husband to be of African descent.
Sho is now a resident of Maryland, and, as
mlscegnatlon Is prohibited by the laws of
Maryland, she asks for a decree declaring
the marriage null from the date of Its celebration.
She is pretty and hu abundant
Senate Committee on Territories.
Wahhixoton, D. C., Dec 10. At a meeting
of the Senate Cemmitteo on Territories,
tho bill providing a civil government for
the Territory of Alaska, introduced by
Senator Harrison, was considered. An
ameudment, providing for the establishment
of schools to bo open to the children
of both whites and Indians, was adopted,
and the bill was ordered to be reported to
the Senate. The committee also considered
tho bill authorizing retired array
officers to hold offices in the Territories, to
which thoy may be elected by the people
thereof. It was acted upon favorably and
ordered to be reported. Other measures
before the committee were taken up and
referred to the sub-committee.
French Labor Delegates in ;ihltadalphla.
PuiULDKLrniA, Dec 10. the French labor
delegates arrived in this city yesterday
and wore met at the station by the Committee
Rationale. They were driven to
Femwood Cemetery, where the grave of
Normandlng, a French workman who died
In this city in 1878, was decorated. They
then visited a number of prominent places
In the city and were given a formal reception
in the evening, whan an address of
welcome was presented by the Philadelphia
Section of the Socialists Labor Party and
were serenaded by the Orpheus Society.
They leavo for Baltimore to-day.
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Henry Ward Ilaecher'a Chnrah.
BnooKLtN, N; Y., Dec Id. The annual
meeting of the Plymouth Church Directors
was held last night in the lecture room of
the church. Mr. Thomas Shearman presided.
Mr. C. F. Chrlstensen, the clerk,
submitted his report, in which ha showed
that the membership last year was 3,548, of
which 1,688 were women. The total collections
during tho year were $55,172, of
which $37,000 was for paw rents. The fol
lowing officers were elected: Frederick C.
Marvel, Clerk; O. V. "White, Treasurer.
A Board of Deacons was also elected for
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President of a Typographical Union Ar.
Nkw Yonr, Dec 10. John O'Donnell.
the President of the Typographical Union,
was orresieu in iront ot tue Tribune Utile
last night, charged, nominally, with disorderly
conduct, his offense being interference
with the Union printers now on a
strike He denied the charge, and was admitted
to $500 baa
The New York rolloaioan Mnrderer.
Nrw York, Dec 10 The trial of Policeman
Conroy, for the murder of Peter
Koenan, was concluded last evening, Mr.
Fellows closing for the State and Judge
Cowing making the charge to the Jury.
There is little doubt of a conviction, but
some doubt as to the degree At midnight
the Jury having failed to agree were locked
German 1'ollUcal Matters.
Bkrltn, Dec 16. The Free Conservative
have publicly Joined the Emperor and
Prince Bismarck In their efforts to retain
tho system of secrot voting for members of
tho Reichstag, and the adoption of similar
methods In the Prussian Diet. A plan
has been issued by that party favoring
The Lost NanWtee.
IIouoiiTOK, Mich., Dec 10. One of the
boats of the ill-fated steamer Maulste,with
a quantity of wreckage, has been washed
ashore near hero. The bows of tho boat
were crushed in aud the flotsam consisted
of provisions aud fragments .of the steam,
er's uper works. The bodies have uot ytt
Mliovet Work llurned.
PuiLAUKLfilU, Dec. HI. -Rowlands ex.
tensive shovel works in Holmusburg were
burjied yesler.h.y uveiiliig. I.os $(10,000,
which is partially covered by Insurance.
The, fire originated Uuju.a lot of kindling
They Speak for Themselves !
We Oflbr lata.
Men's Shirts, Men's Undershirts, Men's Hosiery
and Men's Gloves. Large and complete stock.
Men's Scotch a emmS Woo! Undershirts
50 cts., I SHI RTS 1 worth $1''
Men's Scarlet k,wHlll Wool under
shirts 75 cts. and up. Very good quality of
Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents.
Men's Warm Gloves for walking, riding or
driving at 25, 50, 75, and 1.00 a pair. Ladies'
and Children's Warm Gloves 15, 20, 25 and 60
cents per pair.
Hosiery! Hosiery ! Hosiery!
Just opened an immense purchase of Hosiery
which we place on sale at less than 50 cents on
Black SILKS, Colored Silk VEL
VETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS,
at yery Low Prices.
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
No. 24, Market Street, MAYSViLLE, KY.
RAI8IN8 London Layers, Ijiyerx, Loose Muscatel, Cabinet Imperial. NIITH Almonds.
Filberts. 1'ecuns, Uhcntnuts, 1'eunutx, Figs, Uateti, Currant, Citron, Orange aud Candled
Foreign and Domestic Fruits
of all kinds and quality. Finest assortment of common and choicest K1NEHT CANDIES.
A choice lot of
We have on our counter three
hundred and fifty
Boys' and Children's
that we shall make a run on at
from $2 to $4 each. Oome and
see them before they are all
Pinwpple Hems. Yeast Cakee.
mayaodly SECOND BTHEKT.
(Hueceasora to Thomas Jacksou,) '
Livery, Bale and Feed SUblen
Htroot llack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest aud latest style Turnouts.
Horsea bouuht and sold on Commission. Market
Ht, four doors below Central Hotel. at28
Beets, Shaet, Hats and Cass.
41.AM.t. mcliaWy UAYBV1U.K, KY,
DYEING and CLEANING
InHllk aud Woolen Uoods, Dreeees, Hhawas,
millions lu all colors. Uoniltmieu's clolhlsiH
Cleaned and Dyed Fro at street, below Hill
House, wit JO)KI'HTkijKNNKU Dyer,
juriel MATTIB CAJsR,
Oetondttreet, January's Mtotk,
Millinery Guds, Hats, Lacw,
Feather. Trimming etc, ol the latest .style.
Prices Low mehSldly
BAX1R AND OONFBOTIOKSIR.
loe cream parlor open for the season. Absolutely
nure candles. Fresh bread of ail
kinds. Furnishing weddlnga aud parties a
specialty. Prloee low. wayfclly
Will devote his whole time to
of the satural teeth. Dr. O. w. Waddle
will take charge ot all tho meehaaleal work,
sueli as gold, sllver.coutluuonsguia, oellnloid
and rubber plates. taeUWaly
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STAKES,
Vehlelea of nil kind. ood atoek and eareful
drivers, llatsw kept by the day, ar weak jw
rananiialll.iliM'UllL M.fl.ltlll at- UetWeM HUM
. Manufacturer of
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Port. Parlor Queen aud Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars In tho market. Full variety of
Heooay street. ally MAYBVILLK.KY
MART E. TIIOMAM,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
rail-stock, which will bo found vcrv attractive
aud that she has also secu red the
an accomplished trlmmor from Cincinnati.
One price only.
18 K. tieooud su, aSdly M AYSVILLK, KY.
p R9. CSX BON,
Dealers In Btaple end Fancy
mcbSlly MAYHVILLB, KY.
Hat. Caps. Trunks aud Valtsos. The latest
Market 8U, ap)dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
T AM RECEIVING BAII.Y
the best brands of
which will bo served in all sty I oh. Fort-ale
also ny the can, hull-can or In bulk nt
prices. T.J. NOUN,
at Bier ley's confectionery store, Hecoiid Hi.
RN. A. J. WILLIAM8.
Ruts, Oil Cltths and Mattings
Will be sold CIIKAP lor tho noxt thirty days,
Call and see them.
raonauly No. 2), tout Second Street.
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Bole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Rooflne aud guttering
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third (Streets, A.
old stand. ap!16dlw
Gfr. W. GEI8ICL,
If. P,W. Seooad HU, Opp. Opera Iloeae,
Prattsand Vesetablesln season. Your
ate respectfully solicited. imuv
iirtiE BAUireN bho
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds of vohtoleo on band
foraale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest and bent appointed
Livery Stable in the west. Prices as
low as any. Iiest attention to vehicles sloied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 uud 42 west
BeoondBL, apttdly MAYBVILLK.KY.
w. W. LYSCH,
Manufacturer of aud Dealer lu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specially
Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly
and prom ptly done at moderate ohargea.
No. 41 Market stoott, Kast side.
Becond street, next door to Dr. Martin's
aplOdly MAYBVILLE, KY.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kindest lowest prices.
No. 47, Market sirce , two doors below D. A.
Hlehardson A Co.'s grocery.
4dAwly M AYHVILLK. KY.
Every new shado In
Crushed Btrawberry, Electric nine, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimmings to match.
BeoondBL, inchSlly MAYWViLLU, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate and Collecting?
Third street, near Court house,
inylUly MAYBVILLE. KY.
T1N R- FTNTZ,JKH
Oldest aud best Companion, Insures for
roll value. Low rates. LosweM promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Oflloo corner Third
aud Market streets. apledly
, ATTORN ET AT LAW,
Jnatlce of the Peace,
RfAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No chargeii
whatever unless a kale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgage Ac written at rates as low as
any one's. Office Library Building, Butlou
A, O. RROWNING, M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OSlce and reatdeuee south-east corner of
Third and Button streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
No. e.Weat Becond HtreeL
MoahmenU, Tablets aud Headstones always
eta baud. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt attention as If delivered In
J aWLAKEROROUUH, V
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headquarters forCloeka, Ullver Uoods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly aud
done. Heeond Ht., Kast ol Market. apl7
fl 4H.T R3CHHBON,
Dealer In Btaple and fancy
has KRMOVKD from his old stand to the
BOlldlngoB Beeoad street lately occupied by
Charles II. Krank. apl.tdly
Q A, MEANS.
Pull Use of Hu rial Kobe and all articles
by the undertaking trade. Orders
promptly attauded to day or night.
nKly Ate. Al, Mmt freond atrtet,