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THE bill closing barber shops on Sun
Ms. GEORGE HUNTON has returned
from Chatham, Ont.
THE St. Paul customs collections %r
February were $18,000.
ffjjffi MR. H. W. B. GRBBB,
"4 was in the city yesterday.
MBS. ISABELLA PEOPLES, of Minneapolis
was in the city this week.
THE internal revenue collections for
February amounted to $25,082.61/
MBS. F. J. BRYEB has returned from a
three months trip to Kalamazoo, Mich.
MBS. H. LEWIS, of Keokuk, Iowa, is in
the city the guest of Mrs. C. Coleman,
of Robert street. "$ &>,
''REV. BIRD WILKINS has received a call
to the pastorate, -of-Bethesda. Baptist
Church of Chicago.
THREE hundred and forty-six arrests
were made by the police^,during,the
month of February.
Miss CORA FRENCH has returned from
Waukesha, Wis., accompanied by her
aunt, Mrs. M. J. Brown. v^iCi^C
Miss BERTHA HEATHCOCK has been act
ing as assistant enrolling clerk at the
Capitol during the past week.
"WILLIAM M. ABRAHAMSON, letter car
rier No. 24, has resigned, to take effect
April 1. He will engage in business.
MR. GEO. "W. WHITE, wife and daugh
ter, of Leadville, Col., are in the city,
the guests of Eev. C. S. Jacobs, his
REV. BIRD WILKINS has returned from
his SoutheiiV.lrfl^'- bringing with him a
younger, broflper/Mr. J. F. Wilkins, of
SERVICES at Pilgrim Baptist Church,
to-morrow, 11 a.m. subject: "TrueBeni
ficence," and at 7:30 p.m., subject:
Watching the Tide."
RAILWAY mail service, to begin March
,,14, -has been ordered on the Chicago,
Burlington & Northern railway from
Oregan, 111., to SLPaul.
.jiiini-v THE festival and supper given at Pil
grim Baptist Church, Thursday night,
attracted a goodly number of people
and was a success in every way. ^^$$i
MICHAEL STROGOFF, Courierto the Czar,
and the Minuet Carnival Co., willap-
'-"'$ pear at the Grand Opera House, next
week, for three nights and Wednesday
FOR the month of February the
amount of business transacted by the St.
Paul postoffice amounted to $283,137.78,
a decrease of $11,864.67 over the corre
sponding month last year. #,*f
FOR the month of February the water
board makes the following report:
Balance, $6,870.33 receipts, $5790.57
total receipts, $12,606.40 total disburse
ments, $5,501.90 balance, $7,158.50. g?
THE resignation of Mayor Edmund
-Rice, Congressman-elect from this dis
trict, was re eived by the council Tues-
h% and Hon. R. A.Smith,acting-
diately elected to -fill
ITA PATH combination-^
2,000 of the ducats of
ies, last Monday even
en twenty-eight years
ere the first time, then
was aiHy'*$B|een years of age.
REV. J. S. WOODS, of Evanston, 111.,
was in the city during the past week,
the guest of Rev. C. 8 Jacobs. He fill
ed the pulpit of the St. James A. M. E.
church last Sunday very acceptably.
He left for his home Thursday.
WE are very much pleased with the
fact that during the past week a number
of our city subscribers have taken heed
to our notice to delinquent subscribers
and have called at our office and paid*
what is due. There are a few others
who might favor us in the same way.
Call to see us, you will always find us in.
BW brick vault for use in connect
on with the office of the register of
deeds is in process of construction and
will be ready for occupancy by the
middJe of March. It is situated imme
diately south of the main office, and will
be used as a depository for the mort
gage records, as well as for the accom
modation of a portion of the clerical
force. Further office and vault room
was an absolute necessity for the register
of deeds, as the present quarters are
thoroughly inadequate for the requisite
force and for the depository of the re
Card of Thanks. -V,
The members of the Young Men's
Social Club take this method of publicly
acknowledging their grateful thanks to
the ladies and gentlemen who assisted
in any way in rendering the program of
their recent entertainment also to the
ladies who so ably served the refresh
ments also to all who made donations
of the same and, last, but not least, to
the generous-hearted citizens who
sponded so spontaneously to our call.
Our success was beyond our most san
guine expectations and we feel truly
grateful to every one who in any way
aided us to secure this success.
By order of the Club,
THOS. H. GRISWOLD, President.
F. L. DELYONS, Secretary.
ttm* WMkvanw MnhHdU
aorBtsstr sad Momrlass
Pioneer Lodge, No. 12, A.\F.\A.\M.\
meets the first and third Mondays in
each month. Lodge room on Jackson
below Seventh. All Master Masons in
good standing are invited to attend.
Jtjn MANNING, ACTING W. M.
Z^-I^JL. W. A. HTHTAHD, Sw.
SUMMER or WINTER,
in either direction between
MINNEAPOLIS! 8T PAUL,
AND THE EAST.
will contribute to your happiness.
Solid Through Trains O
PALACE DINING CARS 3g
on all through trains in which meals
are served at the uniform price of i
75 cents. ,^y
"PALACE CHAIR CARS
on all day trains, with polite and atten!
"Palace Sleeping Cars
unrivalled by any in the world, on all
=r-MT--.- i Minn
MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
Ar^'s i KAIL WAY,'
ff? V^M AND THE FAMOUS t*fJ
Albert Le a Rout
fTwo Tlirougrh Trains Daily^
EAST AND SOUTHEAST!
The direct and onlyline running through
?H cars between Minneapolis and jp
DES MOINES, IOWA
and the principa. cities of the Miss-
issippi Vallev connecting in
j, if'Uuion Depi for all points
$*i~f*JSouth an I outhwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running TwoTrainsDaily to Kan
sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
Fe Railways. 1H
16?" Close connections made in Union
Depot with all trains of the St. Paul,
& Manitoba Nothern Paci
fic! St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from
and to all poiuts North and Northwest!
Remember the Trainsofthe Minne
apolis & St. Louis Railway are composed
of Comfortable Day Coaches, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
clining Chair Cars, and our justly cele
brated Palace Dining Cars!
&~150 lbs. of Baggage Checked Free.
Fare always as^Low as the Lowest! For
Tito* Tables.^Through Tickets, etc.,,
call upon the'nearest Ticket Agent or
write to S. F. BOYD,
Gen'lJFkt. & Pass. Agt., Minneapolis
THB WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSION SO-
IWY, meet cor. rove and Broadway
streets, at Mrs. Moses Martin's, second
Thursday in each month.
St. James A. M. E. Church near
corner of Fuller and Elfelt St. services, f&
Sunday morning at 11 A. M. Evening
services 7.4 P.M. Sunday School, 2.30
p.m. Wednesday evening Prayer Meet
ing at 8 o'clock. Pastor's Residence,
243 Martin Street. Rev. C. 8. Jacobs,
BACH WAY DAILY, At
Chippewa Falls, Wk
If: .Stevens Point, Hf
i'.v. Neenah^ $ 4 tl&$$$!
:.^V OShKOSh, ,^&P&,
^^Ste Fond, Du Lac,^*fe
y- ^-v^-.iR, and Burlington
The "Short Line to all points
in Central. Northernand Eastern
Wisconsin, and on the Michigan
Peninsula.I '"-y^ 'i
FINNEY, W. S. MELLFJN
Managing Director. Gen'I nager.
A. A. ALLEN, JAS. BARKER,
Ass't Gen'I Man. Gen'I Pass.&,Tkt Agt
,vr, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
"CITY TICKET OFFICES,
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19, Nicollet House 'Block, Minneapolis,
Oakdale Avenue and City
Limits, West St. Paul,
W. P. HILLMRD and Co.,
323 JACKSON ST., ST. PAUL.
i and Fort Dodge, -T,-i Via Albert Le a and For Dodge.
In all"amounts" at lowest current rates,
at smallest possible cost and least delay.
We are able to furnish Money on the
above conditions. All applications
made are promptly attended to, and, if
loan is accepted, money furnished at
once. We invite applications and are
able to fill any demands made upon us.
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ay aut i
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many that he or ihe
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1. The Widow Bedott Papers. This la the book
over whioh your grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
it isJust as funny to-day as it ever was.
i. Winter JBvealas Keereatlons, a large eolleetioa
of Acting Charades, Tableaux, Games, Fnules,eto., for so
cial gatherings, private 'theatricals, and evenings at home.
3. Back to the Old Home. A Novel. By Vary
Ceoll Hav. author of niiMan Portia
Dialogues,, KeoltaUoas aad Readings, a large
and cholo collection for sohool exhibitions and pnblle and
5. The Standard Letter Writer for Ladles sad
Gentlemen, a complete guide to correspondence, giving plain
directions for the composition of lettersor everyUnd. with
innumerable forms and examples.
The Frozen Deep. A thrilling Novel. ByWllkls
Collins, author of The Woman In White,"ate.
T. Bed Court Farm. An interesting Novel. Bylfrs.
Henry Wood, author of "Bust Lynne," etc.
The Lad of the Lake is a romance la verse, and or all
the works of Scott none is
9. a Oaptd's Net. A Novel. By the author of "Dor
of "Adam Bede," "The Hill on
A Novel. By ths
author of Dor
By the Author of "Dora Thome."
13. The Badget of Wit, Hasaor aad Fan, a large
colleotiouof the fvnny stoiies, sketches, anecdotes, noems
John Bowerhank's Wife. A Novel. By Miss
Unlock, author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
15. Th ray Woman. A Novel. By lbs. GsskeU,
anchor of '.'Mary Barton," etc.
if. Sixteen Oomplete SKOHM by Popular Anthers,
embraoing love, humorous and detective stories, stories of
society lire, of adventure, or railway life, ate., all very in.
IT. Jasper Bane's Secret. A Novel. By Miss II. X.
Braddon, author or "Aurora Floyd," etc.
18. Fancy Work for Home Adornment, an entirely
new work upon this snbjeot, containing easy and practical
Instructions for making fancy baskets, wall pockets, brack
ets, needle work, embroidery, eto., etc., profusely and ele
19. erlmm'a Fairy Stories for the Toang. Ths
finest collection or fairy stories published. The children are
lellghted with them.
1 20. Manual of Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen,
a guide to politeness and good breeding, giving the rules
of modern etiquette for all occasions.
11. Csefalknowledge for the HllUoa, a handy
book or useful information for an, upon many aad various
W.Th Home Cook Book aad Family Physl.
elan, containing hundreds of excellent cooking recipes,
hints to housekeepers, telling how tooure all common ail
ments by simple home remedies.
23. Manners and Customs In Far Away Lands,
a very interesting and instructive book of travels, describ
ing the peculiar life, habits, manners and customs of ths
people of foreign oouatrles.
JL S Popular Ballads.
words of all the old aod new/songs.nso
Same alia as sheet mnsio.
36. Called Baek. A Novel. By Hagh Conway.
M. At the World's Merey. A Novel. By Florenoe
Warden, author of The House on the Marsh," eto.
ST. Mildred Trevanlon. A Novel. By "The Dnehess,"
author or Molly Bawn," eto.
_28. Dark Daya. A Novel. Bythe author or "Called
Shadows on the Sa*r. A Novel. ByB.L.Far.
Jeon, author of Bread-anil-Gheese-sjid-Kisses," eto.
SO. Leollne. By Miry Ouil Hay, author ef Brenda
31. fiabrlel's Marrlagte. A Novel. By Wilkle Colons,
author of No Name," etc.
A Novel. By Vary
ion,, author of Lady Audley's Seeret," eto.
34. A Ctolden Dawn. A Novel. By the author of
31. Keaplnc the Whirlwind.
Ceoll Hay, author of Old Middleton'i
S3. Dudle,y Oarleoa. A Novel. By
don author of
85. Valerie'"s Fate. A Novel,
juthor of The Wooing O't," eto.
36. Slater Koae. AJfoveL By WUkle Collins, author
of "The:Woman in White," eto.
S7. Anne. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author ef
38. Th Lanrel Bash. A Novel. By Hiss Mulook.
author of John Ballfax, Gentleman," eto
39. Robinson Crusoe. A thrilling narrativeby Daniel
De Foe. describing the adventures of a castaway in the
South Faelflo Qeean.
40. How to Hake Poultry Pay. A practical and
Instructive series of articles by Mr. P. H. Jacobs, Poultry
Editor or The Farm and Garden," Phila. Illustrated.
i Psrfor lfale aad Cheaaleal Bxperlaseats. a
seok which tells how perform- hundreds of amusing tricks
'Aral Tnsvi*fiA. **r
By lbs. Alexander,
Moore, Bryant, andmanyothers.
_43. Bafldlns: Piss for Practical, Low-east
Manses, a faU description snd plsns of light modern
houses, ranging in price
0 to $4500. Illustrated.
lin, Webster, Clay, Tilden, Lincoln, Scott, Grant, Garneld,
Gladstone, Butler, Hancock, Lee, and aU the leading men ef
45. jBeop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius.
Children have read them for centuries and grown people
quote them every day.
OUR UNEffUAXBD OFFER.
We have arranged with the publisher* of
these books to furnish the whole forty-flve
withon year's subscription to our paper
fo fa.OO or we will send any Ave for !i5
ete., or the whole forty-flve for fl.50.
Address all orders to publishers of
tH. VmrnU Wtmm.
384? MINNESOTA STREET.
as. aaj "^1^" iSfJ* *$$
Meals, at* all hours Private'
?sp FIH8T-CLASS IN EVBHY PARTICULAR.
Game, Fish and all delicacies of the
season always on hand.
W. ZIE6LER and F. JOHNSON, Proprietors.
Mews, Stationary, Confections, Fruits,
CIGARS and TOBACCO.
-"We make Specialty of
UNIOir LABEL dGABS^
114 E. Seventh Street.
Be een Dime Museum and Robert
Hved, the Other Died.
A woman formerly our slave is now
our cook. About eighteen months ago
she became sickly and had a cough and
was confined /to-bed, and it was thought
that she had consumption. The treat
ment by physicians Jailed to give relief.
In December, 1884, a node or knot the
we of a goose egg formed just above the
mt of the stomach, which when lanced
dischared matter for 8 or 9 months.
One of these also formed under her arm.
and three on her back, which discharged
matter for a considerable time. For six
months of this, time she was confined
to the house, and most of the time in
bed. The stomach often "refused food,
by rejecting what she had eaten. She
used a great deal of medicine, but failed
to be cured. I bought one bottle of
yonr B. B. B. (made in Atlanta, Ga.) I
then bought and gave her three bottles
more, and she. continued to improve
and in two months time her cough had
ceased, her constitution strengntened
appetite and digestion good, all dis
charges ceased, nodes or knots disap
Eeared and she went to work apparently
ealthy and fattened up greatly.
For a periods sixteen years I have
been afflicted with catarrh of the head
which baffled the use of all medicines
used. Seeing the advertisement ofB.
B. B., I purchased and used six or seven
bottles, and although used irregularlv
have received great relief, and recom
mend it as a good blood purifier.
[Signed] 1. K. HOLCOMBE, JR.,
Sheriff of Haralson County, Ga.
All who desire full information about
the cause and cure of Blood Poisons.
Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings,Ulcers,
Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints.
Catarrh, etc., can secure by mail, free, a
copy of our 32-page Illustrated Book of
Wonders', filled with the most wonder
ful and startling proof ever before
Address, _. BLOOD BALM CO^
y* Atlanta. Ga.
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Boldby all newsdealers.
If yon have an invention to patent write la
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& ST. PAUL E'T
Is the Fast-Mail Short Line from
St. Paul and Minneapolis via La
Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago
and all points in the Eastern
States and Canada. It is the on
ly line under one management be
tween St, Paul and Chicago, and
is the Finest Equipped Railway
in the Northwest. It is the only
line running Pullman Drawing
Room Sleeping Cars with Luxuri
ous Smoking Rooms, a&lUthe fin
est Dining Cars in the World, ria
the famous "River Bank Route,"
along the shores of Lake Pepin
and thebeautiful Mississippi Riv
er to Milwaukee and Chicago.
Its trains connect with those of
the Northern lines in the Grand
Union Depot at St. Paul. No
Change of Cars of any Class be
tween St. Paul and Chicago. For
through tickets, time-tables, and
full information, apply toany cou
pon ticket agentin the Northwest.
R. Miller, Gen'I Manager J. F.
Tucker, Ass't Gen'I Manager A.
T. H. Carpenter, Gen'I Pass, and
Tkt. Ag't Geo. H. Heafford,
Asst Genl Pass, and Tkt. Ag't,
Milwaukee. Wis. W. H. Dixon,
Asst Genl Pass. Agent, St. Paul,
Stevens Lodge, Ko. 113, A.\F.\A.\M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month atKo.l98,W.T rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
are always welcome,.
J. F. CoQtmuc, Acting W. M.
J. J. TYIXB, Secretary.
G. V. 0.f of O. F. Mar's Lodge, No.
022,-Uf etaevery 2nd and 4th Wednes
days, oiner Jackson and Seventh
liad a married sister of
near same age who was affected in pre
cisely the same way and about the same
time. She had node or knot on pit of
stomach, back' etc. She did not take
any B. B. B. and the node on her
stomach ate through to the cavity. She
continued on the decline and wasted
away, and finally died.
These were two terrible casesof blood
poison,one used B. B. B. and was
speedily cured-p-the other did not use it
and died. It is most assuredly a most
wonderful blqdd purifier., I refer, to
merchants of tjm town. ,|4 \^6
'Ybors truly, W. T. ROBINSON.
Tishabee, Ala.,'May 1886.
33 B4 3S
Book of aH Diseases,
Cloth & Gold Binding
ldsraaes, asm ssl'Inga*veaj,
aat 80 yaaM.SpooUtl Pteaeilptloua of
a* 8sn.te Safe aad thare.
llFeren. CoBgaation, Tngawmattoni.. 9
WraavWormFoTer. Worm CoHo...
Crylac Colic, or TeWtbing of Infaau .f S
Dterrfiea of OhUdtaaTarTdalto .|ft
Dvaemtery. Griping, BUiona Colio.... .95
pysveaafa. BiUmw Stomach...7!T... .45
WbltM too Profoso Periods Mi
gMtBOstHUai, Kryaipelas, Eraptions.. 7*5
IS RlMBjBsatiaaB. B^aaaaSe Pains 9 5
I S Ferrer and Ague, Ohilla, Malaria SO
ra*. Blind or Bleeding- 5Q
Wkooin Coach. Violont Coughs
im, Oppronasd Breathing
lachaneav Impaired Hoaring
la. EnUntod OUnda, BwaUing
Kidney Diaeaae .T7 .SO
98 Wervoaa DeMlity. Seminal Weak
ness, or InVolnntary Disohargos....l4M
fore Month. Oaaker SO
^eahneM. Wetting Bed... .SO
Sold by Druggists, or sent postpaid on receipt of
MRS. T.H. LYLE8.
ALL KINDS OF HAIR GOODS,
'01 For Sale and Made to Order.
M.BATHS, SHAMPOOING ANI^ HAIR
^IS^CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
Calls made to Residences when desired.
A&* Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
Sf3r547t EAST THIRD STREET.
22, EAST THIRD STRBWT^V SAINT PAUL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Finest Stock in the City. Holiday
Novelties and everything in our line.
Special Attention given to Society and
F. BONNE R,
Al THIRST-CLASS COSM'
254 FoUrth ^%attt^^ottth,
EO. WINN. O CHABLKS^ WILLIAMS
RBCEFnON PABLOR8, FINE
,:AND CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
..WINN & WILLIAMS, Props.,.
92, WASHINGTON ST..
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CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT No. 385,
MINNESOTA STREET, WHERE THEY
KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THE FINEST
AND ALSO, ELMANT BILLIABD AND Pool.
St. Paul. Minn.
OLD CLOTHES MADE Nf
RENOVATES AND REPAIRS
By His New/French Method of
468 Robert St, ahova 8th. ST. PAUL, .IINN.
ORDERS Received for any number f
& Pieoea of the Quadrille Band for
Public or Private Parties..
Bethel Chapter, No. 28, meets each
first and third Thursdays in each month
at No. 188 West Third Street.. All
brother Masons in good standing are al
3flftS (J. MOSOAH, H. Pi
INDIANAPOLIS, COLUMBUS, PITTSBURGH,
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
Chicago & Dubuque Fast
field, Lyle & Austin
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
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go, St Loui sand Kansas City
AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS.-
PullmanBuffetSleepers, elegantthroughdaycoachesona I trains.
THE BEST AND QUICKEST LINE TO
And all Points in Old and New Mexico, Canada and the Provinces
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tickets the GreatDubuque Route, and take no others. Tickets via this pobu-
-v A HANLEY, Traffic Manager.
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509 and 511 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis,
sisi E mmt
Perfec IAN0 in the WORLD.
W h^ not furnish small house and have^the real enjoy,
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t-4 I You can do this througrfthe
Furniture andT Carpet House of SMITH & FARWELL, 333, East Seventh
Street, St. Paul, and for very little ready money, obtaining the best goods
and latest designs at the lowest market prices.'
PIANOS, ESTABLISHE 1858 ORGANS.
R.. N E R.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE.
THE PALACE SLEEPING and PARLOR CAR ROUTE TO CHICAGO.
,^\1J^*|DKPABTINQ TRAINS PKOM"
Chicago day express: Milwaukee, Chicago, Oshkosh'
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, VVauuesba and Eau Claire.
Chicago night express: Milwa *ee, Chicago, Oshkosh,
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, Waukesha and Eau Claire'.
ARRIVING TRAINS AT
Chicago day express: From Chicago, MUwaukee, Osh
kosh, Fond Du Lac and Neenah. -J$$-
ALL TRAINS DAILY, (SUNDAY INCLUDED.)
I'J Chicago Day Express, Arrives at Chicago 6:45 a.m?
bg-'t Chicago-Day Express, Arrives at Chicago 12:45 p.mJ
i- THROUGH CAR SERVICE. LSSES,
All trains carry Elegant Day Coaches, Superb Sleepers and Luxurious Dinine
Cars, without change, between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago.
For Tickets, Rates, Berths in Sleepers and all Detailed Information annlv tn
the CITY OFFICES:-MINNBAPOLIS *No. 19, Nicollet House S corne? 5
NicoT* nd Washington Avenues,' F. H. ANSON, Northwestern Y^Lf,
S PAUL: NO. 173, East Third Street, Merchant Hotel Blockfc. E ROBB Agent
F. N. FINNEY,
Rear Estate, Loans
ROOM I, 224,3tHENNIPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS.
Property of non-residents tdll receive prompt attention, ^Taxes piid and
rants collecte t. Buildings kept in repair. Money loaned with absolute security.
Interest and principal collected and remitted free of charge. Farm land* to sal
or exchange for city property. If yon wish to make cash investments we eau
hshow-yott some very choice baxgaina,
SAN FRANCISCO fa
t8:15 a.m. g^ *7:55 a.m.
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