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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 4, 1892, Woodland, California VOL. XXIX. WOODLAND, CALUTOICMA, KV 12N I FlCltlt U A ItY 4, IH92. NO. 29. ATTOK.V K VS- AT-1, A W. AD.VMH A 11KAII. vrTllll.XKVS AM) si-lors-HI-liiw iitul Nutjirlus 1'uljlir. Uuoms u -iml lu uperti UTuck, <'nl, KAlii A HAWKINS, ANJi rmiiisi-lnrii-itl-litw Hinl Nullifies Wmiilitiinl, H.tvi- iilK.F mi'i ui'c-draiL- Al.siirm-1 -ijjrtfmiit nil liintis m Ynlu Cw. THOMAS, ATTUKXKY UliK-k, t-'aliforuvi. 11 K. HAkKll. ATTUllSKY-AT-liAW. I'Oii.MS 1 mill ;l, Kxi'flMior WiioiJlilil-l, <'iill- furiiln. TC. 11AI.I., rt i Imul, ULlii-i- ihvtr Hunk nf KL. SIM I'M IX, ATTllltNUY-AT-I.AW, in Hi) Hit? Olllct; with .1. I'. Hull, uvcr Itltllk K, I'lIVSJI'l IN AND A Kn- illllrtr ill 111-Id's ilru-< stuff. O HS. STALL A 1 it CI.MlK. I'M Yi-li.'l it in I -'k-jj UT MiVL-l, Ti Irpii i, Sun ivnii. ill li'ini'iii I'll I Tin 'mi Bin I Uiliiv iti Jm'kwii ItmMliiK. Hi M dt-iii-i-, Jiititi li. Tvli'j'iuiln- Xu. JAl'L mil II, I'll Yfill'IAN AMI Sl'li- (u-'jn, i ILI iav. RUSS kt MACK i'UVSIi SurFji-niis i uurr i WlMlillHlliI, fill 1) ICK ,t SON. IIKNTISTS, I Htlllk iif IliilMlnir, Dli. K. KIMi Ml 1.1.. WiM.illnnil 1'iitlurs. In -Arm-struim J; lliiiliUiiTr "IX T. lilt li I) S. l-KXTVL Uniivl.-. 'I'. S. SJPIIU I'll UK'-! li. li. s., MHIII ri't'I. HI-IT I nlji'f. I nrn :i K tt t 'rilnr, ller fur I JllYri! YIH.' Tu SAC- AJ on llnrry i i llnyul, JicVeilUl HII'1 Me KPjI'- fnr helt-LiraU-il SI. Kuwrh iij'll llS. CiArJTA iriv hi-7ti Ijtuiuls in sUn'k. f si VT TuiL A Si) MIL 1 ln.'tT, nivi JiMf' iiml clears ways iH Tlim. wdi MKri tlnli au'1-hnli m uliil hum t IJKKIll.KSS ,-ALilllX, AI1I-: MlIK lirlclor. Klrel iliii-t iviin-si, ''r; HI'ST HOl'sT. l.l.K. KUASK tlunt, s-tm-lly lirst HOTKL 1 >K VILIIIHr1. WINTKi Slrli-tK- lirst-L-lilss ItnlB. illilljlf n t I i Ii J r 1 f i I T Et A 1 J K I M 'i 1 IT M f 1 lo ll S Jim! AMI T1VKHY uo j IMS t'til.. L1VKHV MIJ. A. K. JnHNSuN IS XiMV I rrrri vt- ti Inn tubil MUNI trrn J-i'sHmi.f [Jiijiil'n rt-MtlL-tir TtJii inl m eii'h L'iiLiiu SL< Tn I1.s ill V JT I H LIL K I XS 1 1 AS 1.1 mi I'ltnuT vv hero IHJ will .'i Iwuyi-All H'tirk E ITI c'ity. urk ilmu- Fur 1 1C S J-! L i A [i ti [hi III- fi Kl [II! nr ii-u i LIFF Vil J. l.isn "rncr, M u 1.1.. I'D.4 .Jim. Nnl'ICK Irf HI-.KI.IiV I.S Til I JN Hllll IlLI' {.IE I 'IPIIN LNl ,1 I'll I !l'l I JL flhl' I'luliJi-.' IjLinl- ill I ul I 11 Illil, lirln F] !J'i vsJil ILh'dm 'I I [l-' f-ninnrl I.. Hinniri, "f iilmin i niml> ii( iiln. pit i- (i'i' 'I'l-i'i-ilnri "i mi HIM, IIHS tins ilnj tlli-il in rliis i- In-. urn ul, Nu. fnr Ni'' jmo-miML -f i kit- N K i l t'J- K. I t ill' M-TI Nil. ll.lii Nn H S liHTlire ,1 W.. ilil'l ill nlli-r i-riHii tlui' limil IFI tnnre vulimoli' Inr us smne Hum jjin innl In lli.l l Inlin In Slllil ItHl.l In-Krli- ill.' K'-fl-li't ninl lii-i'i-iviT nl UIIK iiilK-t- tit <FII tin- I7tli ilnj" ..I l-'fiiriuiry, Hi- MS vvitUf-sti-h: S. KriilLiin. 1 I'liiiiiia hi llns iillii-i- mi nr N-liin- .-iii'l I7lli 'luV LII Ki-linniry, IK-.CJ ('HAS. II VI'IHIDII. ll.-ri-.llT. ('HAS. K, .viiiiriii-y [m- r In i in n 111. Fresno County Farm for Sale. A CHOICE BARGAIN. or nvi Acttiis, witlfti Will Iff Hnlll 111 1-iT HIT'', IllTi S 111 Vnil's ii nil in ul I'll 1 I'll, 'J'lu- Einirl EN i-ry li-ii'l, tmil Ini-nii'il in nnU'H sdinn, Kiir imrtii-iiliirs, iirliln-M II. I-'. I'KATil I-.K, iiilili hi'ltilii, riil. E1SS! Its Causes and Cure, Ht-lcnlilicrtliy tri-ntcil i'" nurlsl foi-t, Miikiiii; iiii-liKly wi suveL; MI- ii li [DVf tn ln'iir. In I In- MM'inn i iiir: Never lit itu- Ujihi. TirtOiv-s in lln- ni liu IP (Vi-t ul patu-r til) ilicchiy. Pttttor, piiiicr, link- fret. OVr Ihu f ruin-it. 111. ami leu. whuff liit- fall, Hnuiiy, lit yriur iiliiy. I'ultur, putti'i' nil llu <lay. Patter, [intti-r, link- fi-i-t. i-nliin tin UnliyV tsyt-w bolrm-, '.V'itl-rfjmu 111 lie fwl (lint I'atu-i', jintli-r nil lln; itntl t Sin: liHiki-.l at Iho wnoil. 1 can titre lii-i- imw <m hi-r such A prmTss t-an L'liDi'il ilclilnTatTint wln-i-e 11n- concliiHimi is si lit lie iiru pniM-ii Ihi'l.wi.-t-n tlir niiilli't and Olio inie Ijttlc criissi-il on ihe Jieniiiitj mil nt tin! HniIdi'uiy, without nny Wiiriniiij, -shii ilrnppL'il the mallet nml slarti-d for (In; wuud. We wcro not lonjj in crossing ltn- field Jind were walking hi Ihe ili-tiM: s-lttiilu iivln-11 Nbe titujijH-d, at with hi'i" t-xpicMhivu tyi-s tsatd: "iliiWHlill it is it) ft i-ceiiis to inu J i-Jlii iilmost hf-ar it bi1 still." "Yi'M. iL is pretty 1 replied. "Li-l.'H K" on; llif rivi-r winds iiround down t lii-n- and wo can M-e the water over tins diiin." I ln-ard tuliskint vok'R callinjj "Julia." It vi't'y ilid In-ur it; I u inorti'-nL II-I'H I Hfiid, Ktartitig for- Wslrd. I lienrtl tluin I hurried her on, feariiifj sho would hi-ar the voice) und Inru biuilc. I'rt'fsnntly we from the wortil nnd ntixul hy llin rivi-r. I was fiimiiiiir with tUft Rroiind, and lud my little dirw.tly tn dam. of the boj'B out on thiit I "IM ba ftfraid." "Bnt only A n't to bo nfrnirl." With that I Blurted boldly ont, occaMonaJly on one and performiiig enndry to wbfti btaTt boy Then 1 more fninily afmid to walk l; a hay c.'iJiK- [itirt way baci: and called to her to couut. "Oh, ehe waid: "I'm "Afrnidl YOU little {joosu! with ine to bold on li-twixt her fear und a disposition pliable to :L boy older urn) ulriniifcr than herself, it not be.foi'o I was leading her ont on the dam. "Don't you KLV it's I Riiid. She shrank back as I led her along. J determined t'nii.t whe should to ;t point where the water poured over u. jioilion of tile diim lower thdn thn rest. I turned itly baek to step np on the post. Ib w.i i but a momeiit. I heard cry. sunl HLLW JnliiV in tbe flo-v1.. Tlie expi-essiou tbat wus m her eyes is to this day stamped clearly on my mi expression (.f mingled reproach and forgiveness, 1 could Huitrvely swim )i dozen Rtrokes, but not ;i second had elapsed bei'oro I was in the flood. 1 swam and struggled und buffeted to rpach her: all in vain. An eddy whirled me in a difForvnt, direction. My was soon exhausted. borne down the river, sinking and rising, tili I came to (i place where I a glimpse as 1 ctime to the Kiirface of :i tmm alony some pbmka into the river amt above the water on post.-i. AIj- ft-et became t-ntanglc'd in weeds. 1 sunk. 1 hi'iird a, great roaring in lily ears, then oblivion. Whs-it 1 Ciiiuu to 1 was on my back. I remember the first thing I saw was a, li.LCht clond oVel1 blue. There all ail' of ijuiet mid peace in it that contracted li iity own Then 1 saw a man on his I.esidn hinnutlihi'j he V.MK rubbing. 1 turned my bead asi.Ie und wiw it was a little girl. Julia, Kim was fold lini I shirk. Sly utility was far greater than when 1 liuil plmigcd ufler her into the Tlieu 1 huped and bell'-ved 1 bat if hlif were drowned 1 would be also. Jfii'.v I 6aw lier beside me lifelehs, and I lived. Then some men came, and the man who wu-i rubbing Jnha to them. "Take i-iro of I lie, boy: 1 he fjirl io too far They took me up und carried avvay and laid me for awliilo a bed in a strange house. Then 1 was driven to llm school. The next day my father came and took iim home. 1 was ill after that, too ill to ask about Julia, but when I re- covei-ed what a bjail Was taken fi'oui my mitid to know that by dint of rubbing and rolling a btimnlant she bad been brought to and had recovered. 1 also learned that the man who cared for its seen Julia fall and had rescued her. When I saw him running along tlie planks it was ro Ins boat chained to tbe end. That tmmmer my father re-moved with Ids family to tlie Pacific cuast. lie was obliged to wait some time for 1113' recov- ery, IJUE at was able, to travel, and left without again seeing the littlo girl whom 1 had led into danger. I only tliut 1 had been blamed by every one, Ten years passed, during which I was COliSibmtly haunted by one idea; that was to go back to New England, find Julia and implore bel" forgiveness. The years that I must be a boy and depend- ent seemed interim nab its. At last 1 cume of age and received a KiiKill fortnm- that had fallen to me, and a.-s soon as the papers in the case wei'e duly signed and (Sealed 1 started east. It was about the Kline time of the year ami the same hour of the afternoon as when I fir.it saw Julia that I Balked into tin; old school grulllnliS. I had fully intended to go in next door and call for lier, but my eounigti failed me, I beard nothing of her for yeiirs. Was she dead? Wiiii she Wa.ssbuin her old home, or far away? These thoughts chased each olber through my mind ;md I dreaded to know, 1 Was Manding at the school entrance with my hand on the bell when 1 heard a door in the next bouse open and then filiut. From that 1 could feel that Julia was near me, She came out of the bouse a ifriLcc-fnl gii-1 of nineteen, mid picking up a croijnet mal- let commenced lo knock tbe balls about 1 wanled to make myself known, but dreaded the horror with which sho would regard nut wln-n she shonld know who "I Iieg 1 Mild, riii-iini; my hat, "can yon nit- if iliu n-hoot is slill th'-l't-l'" In lln- moved MHIIC jeiirs nlie replieil, regard ing tin; wit.h I In- old luni- est, gaKe. "I was one of the She anv fnrtln-r J r in go on, "1 see 1 he has not been cnl I added, glancing toward it. it dfn-f> nut wi'lll In lie." Wei-f yon ever 1 ln-i'el'" "Oil, J es, "And i.s thai old dam still across Ihe rivvr''" "1 believe il is." yon on tbe damV" She Linked at me curiously. I Went ON without waiting for a rejil ''Would you mind showing me tin; way to it? It is :i long while hince I t lii-rc." Hhe drew h'-t'M-lf np with a slight banti-ur. Then thinking that, perhaps I iinaix-uMnmt-d lo the cmiM-nl inn.il ways of life, him Mini pli-as- untly: "Yon have only lo walk 1 brough 1 he Wood hiring I it of 1 lie hi HIM' and ion will conn; tu it." "Tbank I replied. "Imt I bopf-d you wctutd s'low me ilie way." Hhe looki-d "Miss 1 Miid, altering my lour-, "1 Otlcc met you when i VMS n boy here fit fichool." "I knew a iniinlicr of ihn Raid, mnre intereiited; "wlm may yon 1 flrwulod to tell "M yon will pilnt me to the I said, "I will in- form yon." bho tbongbt a nirncd and looked L fev- titi.i trttpidiitioii the nii'tition uf my fimlt. I went of my own "He must have been to blttine. tJo iviw older ami stronger than you." "Oil tllP contrary." she wtjil, with a slight irrititlioiit "hejunipinl aftvr nio like the noble littlci fellow tliut ho was." I turned away on exHiuin- iny u down the river. "At any rate hu 711 nut have Ijcyfjci] your on hid hi'inli-d permitting you to go into siii-li :i "I never paw him ayain. IIo went I l.'ast I could detect iv timii) in her voiee. A IJUIKINU MONOPOLY. THE PADROME SYSTEM H a.5 IN- VADED YORK'S PERRIES. Mr n I'rlvl- ItilT" oil I In- ffrrylnmtx itinl Iti TtiHt Hurt The niifiiiiintf law of bnsijie.ia is that wherever there in an opportunity for tlie profitable int'csttiii'iit of riipittil the tnoiuiy is forthoomiiijr to keep thiit htisi- iUld llpoll siti-M. And HI it lias cnme iilxmt that I'apitalirittt not ilisilaiiifil to take hold of the busi- IIHKH. While wnititifT for a Itnat outside of the Twenty-third Mreet ferry .Jer- f-py City a Hun reporter pot n sliine from a rfiinarkalily HIM] cffieiwtit Amer- icitn boy, wlnwe inniU- of cleaning and Hhiniii" ttiilii-iited a ijood of I liuve she on, he wuiihl coma Ijitclf, !is Uie other Buli'.ilnrH do, U3 you tiru now, and let me ti-11 linn liuw nitiuh I thank him fur his uolilt: I siinl. hii.Llj'iily turning iitiil tier, "tins i> luo iimch. I lliat lioy. I led j on into 1 he I fureeil you to KU out on tin; (lain me. I permilfeil yim to full in." iiMii-i; limn :itinn'd for all )jy risk- in" vtinr lift' to don't yon ijo inside am! pi Hi up business on the boats, whvru jour all iheir I do not reini-mber if she my earnings to the padrones who hire thi-m. hand Ol' t yras-.pL-d. hi'iv. At any rats '-he boys do not turn in an umount that is hellei't-d to be all iheir earnings the put <m KpoM.ers and wivtcb eniled them, ami see Uial thej- ilo pay np. I'ttl Nl.'ES. "WHi, why don't yon in nml bay the to Lioots on the brmtsV" "Me? Why, do yon know what those pailrones ]iav for the tu black we stooil hand in hand lookinjjinto i other's iai.es. 1 hli-hKPil Ibe P.jviilcnce my pniiishiiu-iit; 1 blessetl the tjooil for- tune tliut h-d ino tu a Ictin'ixledgu of thu kindly heart behii.lu me. Of till the iiioint-nt.-i of iuy lifij 1 Htill count it far Btiioil toLretber leaning against the fenwj between the old s-cbool and bet" home. Then we walked back through the tlie lioaLs? pay over over the iiitc'Cvettinyt Seld, and ;l year, and keep the im-n's cabins clean. A pour buy hasn't much chance lo yet that job. 1 used to work fur them, but 1 find 1 can tmike more money by We did not part after that for another outside and catching some of the ten years. Then she left tu K" unatoiiici-s before they nn Ihe boat, whence 1 can nnvcr vcculi her. Yet Then all L in clt-an profit, and I don't tllijrw in a tryfetiiig plaue ill the woods, have to pay over to nny Oti all the ftciiniboatH itinl hieamhliijis "nd railroads, at tin- hotels, in It-nut of evi-ryivJiM-f where iiif-n through which we once piis-stid sis uhil- di'en, and often nfterwiird as lovers. There 1 wutch liio fleclcei! and mark and it seems to me tliut ft1'' there are in In- foivnd hoot- I can "hear it boetill." Mure than tliat, j wlm hire the best places, or there I fctiowtlicpnivsonl looks at me through 's sin rtn-iilljfenieitt wliich the owm-r tho A. Mitchul, j of the boat or hotel or b.-irber sliop hires some one tn do the and takes the money himself, Theiv thua arisen several hoothhu-k princes. uji ILaliiin who has the A I'usitivc- Iltiit. A man can hcmoru politely insnlteilin of the Puris than in any city in tliu world. A hUL'" HM fl" gentleman who undertook to spenk in l'le "lonop publiu Uu-ve fspi-chiied himself 171 such a Produce nr the unlnrt-d low tone of voice that the audience wcro Kentlennni who du.'H up the business in unable to hear him. Ho was lecturing building npan at'eograpbiral subjuct, and copies "f bootblack princeH have of a niiip fibout three fWt square hail wives and families and nice homes. U.-en distributed. j they well and live well. At the one of the audience rolled ljiS'hotels tliH incrnne from the jirivili-ne up the form of a vury lout? of hlackin-tmots is a cnnMiJi-t-abli atteiniated inserted the eumll elid in bis car and turned thii other end toward tin-speaker. It was a father but not a lit'itrd atiioiiL; ihe polito unsi'inljla.iie of thu revenue of the house. It ionn ceased tn lie :i of the fiervnlH. A chiiir in a will yield live dollars a dtiy fur anil on extra oc'csihioiiH n deal more. Thu In two minntes, however, every map of the Work is done men. It tlio iiinliciicu was. turned into an ear really requires; consiilcrul'le hrme and trumpet, ami the upeidcer himself "'new to black a pair of boots well, and confi-onU-d ith a wit of mammoth nas once noticed ihe dilFcr- porcniiine, whose ncurciit (piills nbiiiftt ''nce hetwefeu the wny an bnj toiiL-heil him. lie at onus spokii luuik-r. il way a man takes hold of the work will not taire to risk tlie boy's work ART IN BI.Af'ltlXO HOOTS, Tlicre are ;i many points aliont blacking hoiits that scope lo the tjenius of the woikman, as in all manual uccnptilions. The bontbhifk wlm once e-stahlishf-s a for ijnu-k ant] pmil work has bin furl line made. .Men will ifii nut of iheir way to nn-i-t him. und will lln-ir Ini-na.-i I'm- a tavui'- Tim I Tliu jited with pitjhideiit, rr I n Gri'vy'H "-1' was curiously associ- the life of the lutu Fruncli lil. cu-L-lcd [rn-sidi-nt. tn-ihi-il nnili r luiirlh di'iit thi- jiri'M-nl !'i-piiblic. M. Lh'evy, 111 al ihi- Inr, ivcciveil fee i-vor ciiiiiiM-l during Hi- li -ill (In- liu-kj In ii-f lin-inl. M. I in vivat l.iw-nii, and Nnl llif fci-s piiid Sir .In) i n C'nlei'i'lKe (imw Ijnril Ci'loriilii'1) i" 'he Tii-libot'iie trial ap- prmiclii-d '.his sph-iidid fee. Ijiindmt Tit- IJi I h. Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE is ST. MARY'S OF THE HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. A MOST THOROUGH ACADEMIC COURSE IN ALL OF ITS BRANCHES AND GRADES, MUSIC. VOICE CULTURE. BOOK-KEEPING. PAINTING. PHONOGRAPHY. TYPE-WRITING. DRAWING. Sisters of the Holy Cross, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. M A iirni on U hi rei-t, in tho lias in- tnuliK'eil a niivt-I ud Vfi'l iscitii-nl. A (heal iici-aii i- rncti'd on t In- 1M >f nf niic while I In- of I he hiiiJilniLT, ;i lit I It; higher, scrvi-s as Ihu si-ore. On thin h-inl'i-a man ntliri'l us thu IHTID liKher- 11 in 11 sils ,'inrl iniliiF.T i-iniinly K'M'f i linn Ilie iMiit-iiiiline til' Now and I lien In- Wurlis 11n- li n. i of a miiiLU lire sail! ma I, caii-hiLC 1 If I (1 tn skim ill (Jn hot (IriVH blacks' clmir-t are very lenipliiiLr on tli" F-trcft ciiriu-r-i in Ihu hh.'iili-, iLiid many a und lakes a hliini' just t'ur a rest. The sr.m- lin-r is (he IHHII lilnck-i' liiirvi-it, Ihf-ri: is >n much and M> tniieli ilmi. Sonii- siiliiim exact lent li'nin tli" hahans who have clmirs tnf in fronl. nf ilicir IK-ri an- con lent IIM- I'-i-vices in np t hi- pluci- nr fni- errands. pi-u- prii'lurM cinne nut and occupy 1 hi-chairs places, in the m'efit chattrni uf l.he Ilalian nwucrs. Sntne lime it w.ts nut that i a lioiiil iiiiiny wn'm-n wnnld 'heir I thiH-s clcitiii-il and shiin-d as IIH-II dn if tln-y en 11 Id have 1 be same Xohoily M-cni-T 111 cd nn l Ins jfl. Uiil it 1-1-i-ini likely that thiTe wonlil be uirnn-y in il, inic man find P. mil, tli.il, lln-re i.-i itintii'v in il. nllirrs will full i iw. As il is, inaii v i if lln-ir sbm-s, and nn I fie c-haiivi add have a shini-. ft Venl tiresome jfii-J sn THE OMLY PERFECT A'wrarded the Only GRAND PRIZE -AT- PARIS m EXPOSITION I 8QOK ij LIGHT RUNNING, Most. Perfect, Seeing, Machine SOLB ON EASY TERMS H. H. AGEINT. Wheeler Wilson Manufacturing Co., SAN FRANCISCO. ii: FOR FIRST-CLASS TAILORING! GO TO II. HACHMANN, The Leading Tailor. 11 FT 11 iti Ntiil ii ii, 1111 On' in -.r. 1'lFE-titn'St. iniiKl fiisltiiniiiMc nml In this t-fty. II is ii i s .in- Tin- 11 mi MI. lluiH-M t I'll II111; ntnl ii iji'rifci lit Cleaning and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. GIVE: HIM A OAI_I_. ni'i'. wuoiiLA'sn, CALIFORNIA. nil IN n- All nf this nltrai-ls tin; at- Kl1" p-n-rally finiln an nbject nf Ihnusandsnf On-Ks, the vai nisliinii of i nsM't flines, tin- oil shine- all Ilii'sr slniw liiai lln- lnjul- jiJ'e in h.irmmiy wil n t lie sj irif of Ihe tli.il thi-y have eyes ti pen to till! ily fm- kti pmi{ pure with the linn. 1.1 on other tie- purlniciits m-iivitj. When chorus of this tial.ions calls upon ImsinesM lo show what it. done of iin- l.ortiinue in ovulntioii of society the modern bootblack will no nwViov- ditmte place, Vmt he will shine like ouo of hill own tnoM polished York Snn, CAPITAL HOTEL! K. MOI_ENIMX K. Mol_EN IM AN, Proprietor II JIM- Inli-ly rt'1'li-il I.'ISKIT HVWTI.T; Kuims In fnr tlip m- nom m oil n lion of niuiiii'ii'inl 'I'ruvclt'rii. l-'n-i- 'lius. stri'i-t the ilniir. TvlPirraiih Olllfr I1 liox Til SriiiiTi.v I'IIWT CI-XBH. BUY YOUR TEAS, COFFEES JIKD PROYISWM FROM H. J. SBYDKR, OPPOSITE BYRNS HOTEL. Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City Free of Charge. H.U.PRINDLE! -M Merchant HUltT BLOCK. Flnt Street. W

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