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Sfccote Itoilj) VOL. X. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18*2. NO. 272 20 Per Cent 20 REDUCTION FOR CASH. OVERCOATS! MEN S OVER OATS, BOYS' OVERCOATS, KNIT JACKET b, WOOLEN SCARFS, CAPS and HEAVY GLOVES REDUCED 20 PER CT. FROM FORMER PRICE. Wehaveawell-Hssoii^l Stock, and must sell to make room for our Spring Goods. We willgive Until March 2d, when TAKES PLACE. J. R. RACE . CO. 1 1 1 l \ II I M w His I MU I *M I I F d V M N F \ \ t)f Mil PI ~ 53 Opv ra Block, N. Water St., (now Prescott's Music Store.) (D H ft ft C/3 33 m 3D m CD Temporary Addie^ Post Office B'ock, next to Corner of Main \ i i i t i i l i u n i i t l \ u t m l lt ATTESTED. m i MH.I-M - U K BBEECl) SH3 SHUT-GUIS REVOLV 1 1 ER 1 uportaat bt i ment"i; 1 V til II wn Pei p'e W - h o l I v \ c r i l u 1 r I it tin p n In i * 1 1 r i/i KI n' mis of tin sttili m i n t n u I b | n l anil \ ilui l l thi) irtlil i I ' iih i h i j hpenk,w( publish htn w i t h tht fa i.niii( iixnatu-ts of parties »hoii iltic mi i l e j o i t million rhi t i n t h I thn t i ~ t in mi H » is it s |nt ni i in l In f u l f i l mi" i nu t lirii i 1 nirA-i! 11 u t ) ii l si n ( i - M I t M F N J IniM us il i n r b l i K i l in i m U n t r a i I 1 « ml 1» UK m i l Livr tun f i r n l me stan llntr ki 1 n · · \\ t r i a l lit HI I t r i m BOUGHT FOR CASH, \\ an i iml If il l AT WHOLESALE PRICES t i n ibk m i l it It urn I p tikon u vi I I ! ill it elnlini as !H I ATI H i l l I 111 41 tvs H H W AKNKil e o llu lirnt In t t h of A L I A N D KXAMINK Ol K r - T I H K A N H | \ ,,, r hulnoj anil Livir Urn (li 1 mi « i much PKItKb Itood that [ pr ip e to n«i it until I nn 11 lly KORSMEYER O'NESLL, I'raliie St.'.! doors hasl 1'tist OfHee M irch 1 mi diwlv BULLARD, R s A 1 NO«T 4 ( 1 ) A WILD RIDE. Befoie i beg u m\ stoi} I must tell you that I am a commeicial trav eler, born and bied bo to speak to the busmesb I have im wits alout me and, as I often happen to have a good many \aluabh aiticlts also I ha\( net d of them I am an Englishman--English to the backbone and li\e on loast beef, 'Ottled ale, and old poit wine I am one of the m t n who don't dieam Ihnisiuilsol i |inill\ lr mi. n d i rdiwii m a n j i l t h m i n c w e » h e n l i o p i was aban (hm ^, hat tn,,, M inntaril KHen sliowintf tin n raarkable p wer of W arm r 9 Sufi KiII my and Liier (.un. In oil diseases ot the kidneys IHcr or urinary organs l f n u o n ' who renils thla Ins nnj phjslial tronlili n rneml i r thi irn ^t iHnsri i t Ii 1 u UNDERTAKERS! In »H kinds f Metallic Coffins ant carets. Hrii« ranirintt from the lit ip, t li i ·»! iifpensiv* Also FULL CLOTH COVKRED CASKETS OV SOLID WALNUT. F w t h o m t of the small whiti Hiarii in tlu c t i nlj !o OU v\e guarantee satwf ait i n and to b» f oUy coavlncod, is to gi\ e us a ca i Cnrnei Old tyuire, .. Illinois s riit cill« left al the New Dominic Hi tel or ' »ir plaee of liit8i!ie«8,shaH haveonr prompt « i,r si-DtrJSwtf PEIRCE FiSHER, 1 « tsl Examiner* ami I i w i U i k I »· Intent Offitr COUNSELORS AT LAW, SOLIl ITORS OF PATENTS, 23 HONORS BLOCK, CHICAGO Ian 34-Uw ind don't fauc\ When I st i thing, I stt it \\hen I htai a thins I h t a i it And per day at home Samples worth }5 fret ^.ddress 8ri!«- what I saw on one mean to tt 11 \ ou ion will not loubtit JSevoithelts-, 1 dl the stoiv It was in the eai iaiticul ir occasion ill lid m Miali if \on us I s nd, !!· and the until \\ as ild,\, and the place was England I lial lift London h\( ajs In foic, ind nr \\ I was milos and ulcs a\\ti) fiom it in thi \eryhe.irt t th {ountn, trnehng towaid a ttU town whpip I had business It , is an old fashioned inn, and the tpopl \mr kind and obliging 'lid\dcis did not stop often at hat mn, 1 suspert toi they weie as aiticnldi dhont m\ iiuals as though had bc( n a pi odiif.il son f onip home 01 tlie holidavs J he\ killed thi fatted chicken foi :i( iiul made much of nu altogeth i and to ciuwn all, aa the tiam did iot stop in tune to take me on, as I \anted to go and as it w is onlj a lattu of in i miles 01 so what did lit l.indloid do but hunt up a lUbh Id foadi Hi at w is tucked awav in IK oaoh hoi s, and oidt led his man dim m O M I that o\ening It \ i s n t an e\tra m m d j o u It was lieu good will So I sluok hands 11 mound find lemunbeied the h inibeiiuaid and the waitei with alf a down ( ifh, and olt I lode t was getting d.nk fast and the o id wound aw.u among tin hills in \ u v loniantu soit jl w a \ , win, it ould h i \ i made \on think of {hosts if \on li id In i n aconmieicial taulei Hi le s the | 1 K e s t\ -, I to 111^ elf · \\hi H the i Id gi iitli men of the old would Via\( h k e d t ) l n \ e met m and m\ bind I n ' fifty eais ,ui) how I ife as I do "lagi ( line to i slid ' Have a care"' cned I "Faster 1 " cned tLe young man Suddenly tLere came a jolt and a scream fiom the lad) I heard him say" ''At last we die togethei' And the coacL lay flat on its side not over the piecipice but on the edge of it A man is a little stunned bv a tiling like that When I had climbed out of the window and helped old Anthonj up with the coach, and coaxed Black Jane to quietness, I remembered that no one else got out of the vehicle, and I looked about m vain foi mj piett) loveis The) were not there, noi weie theie any signs of thetioop of horsemen I had seen dashing up the hill Thev could not, b) am possibility, have passed us m that naiTovv path "Weian a chance foi om lives, mastei," said Anthony 'Yet I'm S ELLING Goods at Cost, Below Cost, and Regardless of Cost, seems to be the order of the day at this season of the year with a great many competitors of B. STINE, THE "BOSS" CLOTHIER. If you ask them "Why so much liberality ?" they will answer, diner, and Black jane; "To make room for our New Spring Stock!" t thing I e\ei saw m * o "CHEAP CHARLEY'S" CORNER. IMaxwererofDRKABfoHISrS irrEKIUE CATHOIICON, A POSITIVE CDK »R HMALIWIBPUIITS. This tem«aji»lB«ct In hnrmoOT with the Fe- mateBTBtemM all times, and afeo Immediatelj upon the abdominal md uterine muscles end re- Blorc them to a htalthT and strong condition. Dr Utrchtel's t ferine CalholicaBWfll cute falling of the womb Lnconbmt, Chronic Inflammation and Uceratinn of the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding Painful, BnpptMMd and Irregular Menttrnalioa, Kidney Complaint, and is especially adapti-d to the Change of Life Smd for pamphlet free All letters of inquiry * r answered. Addreea aa obore. -- nRrnoiwrs. Ik for other Itor sale by Henry Smith and Or \ J stnn er, druggists, Deoatur, Illinois OctW-deowwly t \ l l l s vould not ha\i l i l t low lust tin n tin [en pansf Hallo' cnid I out of the win li \\ ' what's the m a t t e i ' ' I t s nine tl .in I ran till sn, an! the man I) 1 ick Jane has i n i i i d sulks sin \ \ i n t mini t S\ith tint hi In g i n to shout and lack his whip I with m\ Leiul out if the window witching him, and lUildinlv th lif lit h t a i t i d oft like nail I diew in m\ f u e and then nv I h id pomp ui\ \V hile tlu c ) lei) w is it a st aid still i lad\ md gi iitli man had lipped in The sat on the st at opposite me, md though it was an mtiusion I md not the heait to tmd fault, foi a nettiei i Mill I ne^ei s tw in in\ life If he was tw ntv one \ i us, it was ust as much as lie could be mil slu \v is not -i \entt n I hail sun a pa i of china Imeis m tlu minti 1 p i t c t tin pel f i (t iinagc )f what tin \ w ( i » , ,i-s p n t t \ and lu s«ed much tho same His hail w is povdued and hei s :JD She hid on n dlo\\ silk lowei n thi neek tlian I would like a Jaughtei of mine t i weai it, and hei aims would h a \ i been ban onlj foi iei long kid gloves Sin had peails n hei eais ind on in i thioit, and sht h id |itst the most innocent httli 'act im two p\t's e \ f i lested upon As foi the ho\ hi had d chocolite \el\ptcoat and white silk stockings md l u c i little s a l his wiists \ud :lu \ linn OIK Inge do ik hi^ I fan cast about tin two of them though it diopped lack i bit as thej s it dow n l'\vo umng folks going to a fano ball peihaps said I and uist took a lift on t h e w a j Ind I t Hiclu d nn f ip to t h e m in 1 said I im CM mug sn He did not nnswei me but she looked at me 1 and s t i t t e l i u l nut a little white h md Oh sn, s.l l( sll ,| | 0 (,k (jut fit the back of t l i ioah, 1 pi u \ou and tell mi if lit is gaining on us I looked out of tin window llu' i s a m in on hinsibatk ml ing ii]i the 10 id s u d I foi I saw one Ob h e a \ e n i ' said sin Cull ige, Beth ·-aid the \onng fellow 'Ihej shall ne\ei part ns ' Then I knt\\ it w is i mnawa\ in iti h I see how it is' said I ' K e e p up j oui he irt, \ onng man If the \ oung 1 id\ likes \ on, she 1! stick to jou thiough thick and thin I'll eli m^ best to help \ on "Oh. hem en' sht e m d , g, in 'Oh mj daihng I lie i the hoises feet f here ai e uioie of them Oh sir, look' tell me I looked and saw mam armed horsemen fallowing swiftlj · I'losei to mj heart Bettj ' cried the j onng man M\ belmul tht\ come He diew hiv swiad Among othei thing 5 he w,ne H swoid I pulled raj pistol fiom mj pocket ·\\e all stretched our heads foi ward, and at that moment the coacli twined a lockj point of the load, and I saw we were on the margin of a piecipice All this time Black Jane had kept up her furious speed and I spw we weie jn dangei is the kindest thing hainess Thank God foi all His meicits It's a strange thing we did not go ovei the cliff ' But wheie did thej g o ' ' I asked \\ ho " said Anthonj The two loveis- the pietty eieat mes m fancj dress' The people who weie aftei them where aie they'' ' \\he'ie die - began Anthonj Then he tiuned as pale as death 'All good angels ovei us'" he cued b e h a v e iiddeii with Lady Bettv It's, the 10th of May I might ha\e known bettei than to tiy the load to night Piotect us all' Yes, v i s , wo'\e ndeleji with Ladj Betty' "Uho is Lady Betty?" said 1 "As pietty a cieatuie as evei I saw, at all events AVho is she'' Old Anthonj stood looking at mt and shaking his head ' It's an old story," hi said Book Icamod folks tell" it bettei than I But a hundred yeais ago and moie, thih blessed night, my Ladv Bettj Hope, the prettiest lady, idn oil fiom a countiy ball with hei fa thei's, joung secretaij They put one cloak ovei then heads, and an old servant drove them, knowing it was worth his life But befoie they had gone fai, behind them came h« kinsfolk armed arid leadj foi vengeance And when they leached this point they saw that all was ovei 'Better die togethei than live ipait,' he said, holding hei close I hen he called out to the seivant How goes it'' ' 'All is lost, sn,' said the man i'ho lioises can't hold up five mm nte b longei' 'Then duve ovei,' says he "The man obeyed oiders ' But ewei since that night, sn, as sme as the l()tli of May comes, around, theie's plenty heie that will tell jon that whoever diivps a coadi past this toad aftei nightfall won t and if you take a glance at their assortment you will not only find an old stock worth 50 cents on the dollar, but plenty of room to place an entire new stock. To offset all these silly advertisements, the meaning of which is generally ^understood by the public, A Grand Reward! I i I I - - r 1 i l l i x u i v t 1 U i- m l - M i i e l r u r l i l n i n s Is the General Acknowledgment Hmt | i | tl i t ( H I ' DW v. M \ M I M 1 I I IV n i l 1 w i n h w h » \ i I o|{ SA| I n is WELL STYLISH, AND'OURABLY WADE, Mi n Our «*·· ttmi 11 B. STINE FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS ULSTiftS AND ULSTERETTES, THE CLOTHIER, will not only duplicate any article bought at all places where they claim to sell at and below cost, but instead of shopworn goods, will furnish you NEW, STYLISH, WELL-MADE CLOTHING At LOWER RATES than any of those who claim to sell at cost. Our stock is continually being replenished with everything desirable and fashionable in our line. Come and see us. B. STIIsTE, THE "Bess" CLOTHIER. t in IS l"sj l i u i ide alone The liiniiint I du\ nt mtii.il to cure \on n Smitli Sold t)f Hen i HIM H \ r k I N U COUGH can ba ,,,,. , , n , i . i i ' qvutklv curi I 1 \ ^luloh's C 111 * ^ e "Theie's nobodj that lemembeieel , U 1 I m t l ( M t s, n ] ( j \ n Henr\ Simtb the night would do it foi a kingdom, 1 but I toigot I'm getting old, and 1 'HILL H)L SUFI R with Ujspepnia "T "Vx foi get things whiles, and so we ve , n l L I M I C m i i l a u i t ' bhilolis Vitdizer A. U. udden with Ladj Bettj " Th it s= the story old Anthonj told nif and what went before is what I saw anel heaid man but facts von h a v e 'em ·-- ( V I \IIRH CUU1, hiiltli and tiweot 1 ipithspciiiPil li\ SluloliH Ontirrh Epm f d \ PIIK "j() i c n t s N ml n i j i i t i i fire Snlil 1 v l l m i v Snntli VIENNA BREAD. i li n i m i t a t t i t r u i I'm a solid sensible aie facts and SLLl.I'LEbS MGHlb, nude minerals tli.it te rnble congh Shiloh's Cure IP r e m i d v f n Mm Sold hv Honrr THE SMACK OUT 1OOL I he Min stiiint In t!miiL,h \\u\ 11^ t Ol i im trees 1 the iluoi \ l IBS the i iw ii fl 11 Ibut tut I The i hulk murk i n th 11101 II mini! he f n t i f t h i t Imiii Inir Ol i p i l l i m stnniliiiK Uion W i« \llnn IKani w i l h c j u i i t tuci 11 mu 11 nnil ii Ih stifl t ni In i I he 1 in \ IIUK toaihi i calk 1 thi^. I I hi tiinci i f VMuatoii school U n \llan ^ Mils Ihouffb '.low wu \nil '-inci jouiiff Iinvui Pi ole rb^^uine fair tinchci (r«\c hi^s Si sijiv HH «hi tboiisht I hi 1 o\ with inK hiew IIR li !lg:lil V minimi? plun lu I wmutjhi \ t \ t iiiorninir A IHII chaiifi 1 his i IIP 10 Ictlrn thell k ' - n i n s N i l l I (r MHHIK: sijuin I'ooli t h a t i i t l i i n Wuulil come to huir them flpi 11 \nil this was nil tbes n c x e r k i u n W hat i Ipe was on his mlntl I nt 1 the tinlhii n ni\i out snuni 11 In MH||"1 mil li In nl [ M I * \llan « t i in h ralai 1 his M li u n t i l ) thi lawiei 8 fan \nil "pi III 1 the sh irt mini »] m h t] \ \ l l h mini m l 8 t c a i l Kraoe I i coin Hire to lequire I hi IIM had panseil-- \\tij inn an II u h t M n pa\i thi s jinn IT is we'll known that a dnoice suit, entitled Christianc\ \s Chris ioi Linif l i n k hull in Ghent use bin loh h Pun HH PI i M i i PriPi 2 " ) f t n t n Sold I \ Hem \ Smith S11ILOHS fOKrH md Cousnmiitinn (nriMB Hold In us i n .1 K'iiraut«* It (linn roiuium|itum Sold In H n n Sml11 ' SHILOHb "VIIVLIZEK is «hat \ou ne«l foi constipation, LOBS of \ppttite, Dr/zinesu and all sMiiptoniH of D^spep si i Pnoe 1(1 ind T^rrnts pei bottle Sold li\ Heim Smith ( KOIP, \\HO()l'TN(T COUGH ininie- iliitch nliPM^il b\ SlnlnliH Curt Sold b\ Hnii\ Smith Ueo 2 d*wh \ \ r i M s s , tin Urpit O v e n o i t S.de at (. h e i p C l u r l e i H Reripmlxr he Inn re- dui f d the pnri" f tlipin to IPHB th-m font of nimnf lotnip fall and Ree, -whether i M n wish to bn\ o n it jan!2Uwtf Do MIT bm I f fort sou sw tlie stock tin French Cutter, \nu will save nu no .mlliUwtf entitled Uinstiancn v. Uiris m l o t , , , ,, ,, , , s j . i s (bagging its slow length miKi )f ()|( , s hiongh on? of thp courts at \ ash nglon Tlip pirties m the ease BIP theHon I 1' CLiifltimiC), foimprh SHPI LAB«M«-K* l.it«nt P i U S D Hour L mted St ites nimistpr to Peru and i u , , 111B M tlie ,, (imlH |,ment cont imed in ins \\ife 'Hie following story has ]nt fonnd its wa.v into the papers, and is not tiiapiopo? as dehnmg the degree of affection in which the ladj was held by her spouse The Brit ish ministei to Peru, m speaking of the flight during the battle which lesnlted in the capture of Lima bj the Chilian" says "Mi Ohnstiancy, the Lnited States minister, fared iadh Aged, tall, and of a hguie not adapted to gymnastic exercises, ho made but sorrv work, and I felt foi him deeply The perspiration lolled oft him, and at times his legs ·nould tottei, and he but feebly stag gei oil on It looked \ei) bcrlous foi ns. but I endeavoied to ohee 1 him up Aftei a nanow escape from a mnnd shot, I cned to him 'Keep up a good heart join excellent Itemember jour wife' 'Oh, d m\ \\ife' was the startling reph ' Buoklen s Arnica Salve Tltt BEST SU.VP m the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, ITleers, Suit Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hnnds, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive!* cures Piles It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or mone\ refunded Pnce 25 cents F ir sale In Hubbard A Sweartngen Jau 31, 82 to March 1, 83. SHELIABABOEB s patent process flour saves one-half the labor in baking, and will make more bread to the pound than anj other flour sold here declfidiwtf the -wheat None i f itx Mrtues aie wasted S 25 North Main Street 1 hint in mj unplo} a flmt-claM bakci who has hail long experience in tnik ng all ktmlfl ot Fancy Bread and I have at large cxpenfle fitted my o\en foi baking t h i justh cilelirat iil \ ii nna Ureaii Tn thli \ lenna Ilrea 1 in 1 }i n will s u it « the mil st jou ha\e ( w r cntin M\ W h i a t at il Ilt iJrtail nil Itonton llu in Un ml is Htill lip to itH f \li 1 i nt wtanihinl ( akefl for partlis anil l i ^ t i i a l s t u i n i n h i 1 and a fri sh Block alwn\R in Inn 1 f o i fimnh nw IS GRAND AND ELEGANT. It in nil i th it I Is p a h 1 i« u 1 i t n 1 I ll r M i l I" ilislriHlastl . t i ti n nr M U i i t h i \ in n i t s I I u n t u i i t l im in i u »e wont our eustomen t l! it stli 1 t h u \vr s tt1 t l l i i n t i in mt iC pel unt OH the dollar «nd I s l i \e them t best iiiahtj for the liaat in 31^ I Vim lig tin L V U C j P AbSOUTMrM ol HATS, CAPS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Tltl Nkb -mil \ AI ISFb an SI'FCIArTIl- s M n n u f i u m r e l f r us Rielusnel}, and Sold lij \tt BtJOIlDKKS PHICFb A l I l l i n a i M it mijtlnn(r in inr line will do well to inepwt the I.Hriri ami \Vell selected Stock ot IfAUFMANN ^ BAGHRAGH Mam fa tuu re ol MEN'S AND BOYS Dialers i for Mo s Wear V I s«l Mil \ I I I ) K A I I U I I iy II I. NEW YORK Thankinirthi pul lie tor thin mtn is 1 put H nape I unsure nil m\ f i n n N that I shun il i e\ tn thing in mi powi r t i m i i t t h u i i n t t n A. O. BREWER. ff Ilreakluat llnnn Irish i \ t n iminmi? ntifl \ i nnil Hollu and Ik»t phnutu f i i n h CM r\ a f t i r n i o n li W-dtf Executor's Notice. t.8t«to of Gi-onrr W t t i *; di nasr l 1 t ni K M)TI( E m heieli-v (fiven t. till ]n i Bonn ha\ ing claims and dcmandi ii^ainst the estate of GeorRi. Wells leciu»ed ti pu sent the flame for adjudication and flptthnii nt at a n gnlar term of tho t onntv court of Ma on ponntr.to he holtlin at the d urt h m«e. In thi citj ni DepBtiir on the third M m la\ of Xlni h \ D 1H«, tieinn the tlrnt lai f said t nn riecatnr Til Feh \. I) !»-' I L HKTIA \M I t.-- t \ e r i i t i n Feb -- WEEKLY HERALD. One Dolla 1 a Yeii Tin cini Int i f Hi I I iiyn n \ I l HiMtantl) linn 1^11 It nt im- i I i len IIIIK I" w s if Hi I i h H i 1 nu tit 1 in h iniU d i u t i 11 1 li K I H I I(,S M U 1 - enibi i ,s -i* c ul I ~|iii h ~ l i 1 1 I t tin /l i I i I i th h I I \ M n t K \ N M « s m i R I M I I tin I li ui 'I ti " -M \ M I k fruii lilt ] i l l I I I I i I li 1 in in h ^ nu \ \ n K I ^ in H M n I III 11 t \ llu ll t i l 1 ll 1 1 Hi it 1^ til hi ipi t F\ i M 1. i 1 ll i p H f I'lM H U M N i \ \ - I ' I' PUBLIC NOTICE. Norn F I 1 * HFtum OI\FN that the i n le BiKticd pnipaao to form a companj for the pur pose of tratiRHitinjr the biihlni ss ol Insurant! under an act of the General \B-Kmnh of thi blatc ol Illinois ( ntitled \naittoincirixjrat* andto(?o\eni fiic ma ine n n l inland na\ftfu tion tnsuranci eomprtnie« ill iuf? bUHini bfl in the state ol 111m is In f rc Jul} Iht 18«i the name of such cnmpan) to he THE OM M O M \ t A I T H Ml TUU iKSl'II IM E COMPAM the Inpation tf he In theeitrof TKcatur Mairn County, btau of Ulmol». and the duration of the corporation to lie thirtj \earh anl that a declaration of our intention to fin ni luch com pany wltba(iip\ of thcchartei pro] a leptwl hv us vae tllr I In th \t d to bo IPP of thi Auditor of Pnri'u Ai i onnti. on th I ith !m f t^l natiffiiption gmran te«l In Flonn tlie Treneh Cntter, corner of Old S plan Pru-es li wer than the lowest janndifewtf OTEBCO^TS reduced to less than erwt of manufacture at Cheap Clmrloj ». ,Tnn U-dA.wtf Wanted Position with some leading lr% goods house b\ n voung mim long oxpejienct with citv traJi le«t reference Address "T S LoeV Box n Mnttoon II! lanuarj 1885 lamte W Hflwnrth P Ixuli T T Hol)Plt« r. Mc\abl) KIlbnraH li il lohn A Ilarnes J L teuton W H Linn Ian a 1883--d4w II %V nrennennn I It ItHCl I )hn Dllrlrh B O MtltnolJs I) b Sncllaliarsri i n L Ta\lir W m I- IlilHhi r ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, CEAB LAUX, Proprietor, ·outh aide of tl» Old ^-quftie Dintur Him 11* Ian 1 lB89-1iw stock Read This K I nihtnn in Belling lici tnlire if F.isln milili Milhnen n 'oodK at cost, .mil th« sjli i» .ittiu Un^' yreat jt teDhoij Slie U.IH 011 h ind fane nsnort rneut of lieaiit^il 'i jiuiete and hits, nuita ble fonm occisiii) Speciril itteotion IB ijiTen to urdfrn Mrs T. 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