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THE KELLET'WHEELEB MATTER
15 THE HOUSE.
Dlwnssiof the CItU Serrlc Bale
Senate Proceedings la the
Washington, June 8. Haute. Mr.
Henderson la., referring to a qoee
tion of privilege, tta ed tiiat a remark
made by him ia a colloquy with Mr.
Whee'er Ala., when tbat gentleman
wa delivering the tpeeih attacking
Edwin M. SUnton, had bs n' by some
mysterious inittake" misplaced in .be
Mr. Wheeler staled tbat the mit
placement whs entirely accidental, and
ho had no oLjtc ion to the corrtc ion
Mr. Krlley Pa. called uprsa privi
leged qut-tt on the motion submitted
by him yesterday t3 txpu"ge f'om the
record tbe speech of Mr. Wheeler
Ala. upon Kdwin M. S:anton. lie
based Nie question nf privilege on a
consciou', uehb-rate, persistent abuse
of an order nf tie Home by the Rep
resentative from tbe Eighth Dittrkt
of Alabama. In lien of tbe motion
made jes eiday, he oubmit'ed a ieso
lnticn recitinv that Mr. Wheeler had
been guilty of sn abase of tbe order of
the Home, inasmuch ai his speech
bad not be n rra e upon any penr'on
bill, and declar.ng that as the delivery
of tbe spetch w-s without the ianc
tion of 'he IL use, and ia contraven
tion of the srecial order, raid speech
be expunged liom the Record, acd pro
hibiting the I'oblic Prioter from pub
lishing it iii pamph'et or othtr:s i.
Mr. H'f.gan Ttx., ra'sed a po nt of
order aiaiust tbe reso'uti' u. The
speech bad been msde by unanimous
consent if tte House and tbeie'ore
could tot bean cllente againtt the
TbeSptaier replied that it was nit
in the province of the Ctuir to decide
whethfr itwpssn abuee or not. It
was aliened to he an abuse by tho gen
tleman from Per my' van ia, and tbe
question was to be decided by tbe
Mr. Ke'ley then proceeded t speak,
and his remarks wera listened to with
great attention by the House. He was
unwilling, he tail), that future readers
of tbe Record of the proceedings of
this Coogrei s should by any possibili
ty be tblo to suspect him of having sat
through wht must have involved
three hours' listening to tte s'ai'hrs
which bad bsen refuted for twenty
five yeais and many of which wire
now absolutely tutr. scent, on one of
the most unselfish patriots the
country ever produced and
one of tbe most beloved ( ienr's
he bad ever known. He was unwill
ing that he should be suspected of lis
tening to a paper which feebly re
gretted ht in a moment of beat its
author lnd denoui:cei Abraham Lin
coln and Edwin S'antonas conspira
tors, tnd Htanton es an atchcou
spir.t r, against tbe character of par
ticular American cit'zirs.
Mr. Keiley continued at some length,
saying that he nude no charges, but
only asked that the s'andered dtad be
heard in his own de'ense.
Mr. Kelley also rtad a confidential
letter ficm Mr. Slan'on regarding his
relatiots w th Gen. McClellan, and
also an extract from a letter from Gen.
Grant bea'irg testimony to tbe high
regaid in which ihe late Secretary was
Mr. Wheeler rose ti a qoestic n o'
privilege. He had besn charged wi'h
having perverted the orders of the
Houss tnd wi'h laving tlacdered a
man who was dead. The caption of
the epeech had not been put on by
him or ty tte cfliciel reporters. It
had ben put on by the Public Printer
without h:sauthori'y er sanction. He
regre'ted to see tbat the caption "Ed
win M. t tan ten was placed upon his
Mr. Anderson Kas. denied that
there had been anything of "a con
spiracy" about the transaction. The
gentleman from Alabama bad been
accorded the 11 , or in execution of an
agreement made in good fa th among
gentlemen on both sidts, and for any
gentleman to attempt to place on tbe
members who were present at the
Friday night cession the brand of
"conspirators" was something which
struck him es being quite reprehensi
ble and quite uncal ed fjr. Applause
on Democratic s de.
Mr. Morrison III. then cut short
farther discussion by moviDg to refer
Mr. Kellye's resolution to the Com
mittee on Rules. Agreed to 72 to 52.
The House then went into commit
tee of the whole (Mr. Blount Ga. in
the cbair) on the legislative, executive
and judicial approf ration bill. Mr.
Ho'maa called attention ti ihe s'art
ling rapidity with which the expendi
tures of the g)verntnent were being
increased. Pasiirg on tj a considera
tion of the clauce making an apprj
prihtirn for the Civil Service Commis
sion, he itated that tbe amount appro
priated was the Btme a? that given lor
the present fiscal year, $21,400; but
there was a proviso added requiring
the certification of the enlire list oi
applicants from each State who bad
passed examination. Th's require
ment, he argued, was not a change in
the existing law, but was simply a lim
itation in the expenditures of tbe
Mr. Butlerworth inqu:red whether
the provision did not nullify the mo t
important provision of the civil service
law, and whether its object was not to
facilitate tbeappointing power to ee'ect
his partisan Irene's?
Mr. Holman arswered most em
phatically in the negative. It was, he
said, a matter of justice to the appli
cant who was unsuccessful in passing
Mr. E. B. Taylor 0. inquired
whether the main object of the pr
vision was net set are the appointment
of more Demccrats.
Mr. Holman replied that so far ai
the motive was concerned he must
newer in 'the negat've. He wonld
say, however, that if the provision
bad the incidental r salt of increas
ing the number of Democratic em
ployes be d d not thitk the gentle
men otiftht to complain. He was con
virced tbat that would be tbe result,
bnt h!s motive was justice to the
alllictedaad justice to the govern
ment. Mr. FindlayMd Irqaired whether
the objfet of the provision was not to
enlarge the f ope of choice for politi
Mr. Holman To enlarge tbe scope
of cbrice, I admit, bnt for govern
mental purpcsEsand for pnrpeees of
even banded ju tice.
Mr. Findlay-I am opposed to cer
tifyirgall the eleeibles up to the ap
pointing OffiCfrr; J mlnfaof the
adminis' ration being carried on wi'h
the bighett regard to honor, without
regard te party.
Mr. Springer I I., thought that be
fore the Repuolic.trs accused the
Democrats of undue partisanship, they
should be willing tt divide tbe classi
fied service with the Democrats until
the class tied service was balf com
posed of Democrats. He thought that
th gentleran on the other aide
should be tilpt on tbe iobjeetof civil
service refojn until tbe time the
Democratic tarty would continue to
press their pint
Mr. Canna III argued tbat the
proposed chrrga in the tulea of tbe
Civd Seivic) Commission was ont of
order on an appropriation bill, being
plain cbae of law. He referred
to tbe df claitioDS of President C eve
land, beforeand af er his inaugura
tion, in favd of civil service reform,
and criiicisd bim for taking no ac
tion in regad to the circular sent ont
by the Pojttaster-General, wbicb, be
declared, hd ttartled every cross
roads in thtjcaontry, a smut machine
to brirg chtges agaicst Republicans.
Gen. Black had so manipulated tbe
civil servio law as to violate every
provis'on c it. What did tbe Presi
dent d? le got married. Laugh
ter. Haliha gentleman from 1 li
no's (Mr. Jorrism) or the gentleman
from PennsrlvanU (Mr. Randall) been
President, lad fifteen months after
their t'eclartticn in favor of the civil
re vica lawtbat law was v.o'ated by a
subordinate they would tell tbat sub
ordinate toet-p down and oat. If tho
D.mocrat) wanted to repeal tbe law
let them dc it in a manly way, and not
undertake to rulify it by tutting a
rider on tie appr. p:iation bill.
Mr. Mctomas lMd.1 dec ared that
civil servi reform in Maryland, with
its Higgici and Thomans, bad been a
mere fares He then turned bis at
tention tot j riff matters, and eaid that
the project of the new Morrison tariff
bill to reiuce J25,COO,000 of the sur
plus was ka-ed on the assumed truth
tbat tbe aonnal expenditure would
not excexi tbat of 18SJ, which wai
1305,830,170. But Secretary Manning
reported .bat, as c mpared with thet
year of LepubUcan rule, the receipts
in 1880 were S.'o.OOO.OOO less and the
expecditm-8 $lb,000,000 more. He
ettina ec that iimtacd of a eurrdns
there wtuld be a deficit of $.'4,
6S9.552. Af er six months' ses
sion tbe apprcprict:on bils passed
or on tte calendar told a s'anlirg
story oi to surp u,but of ad fioieue y.
The to'a'eppropria'ioDP for 1885 ou d
exceed J384,850,33i. The estimated
revtnnef ft.r 1885 were 1362,542,252,
thus shewing a deficit of mere than
$22,000,000. Tariff division was there
by nnpoisible now. He reviewed in
detail wo at he termed the pretense of
admiijitia ive reform, declaring tbat
a cry for increase of stlary ran along
the whde line of administration acd
tbe new ollitia s put in to retrench
and reform wautcd $10,000,000 more
than the appropriation gave last year
and many more offices than tte Re
publicans ta J.
The committee then rote.
Mr. Oat?s Ala., from tbe Commit
tee on the Judiciary, asked leave to
report back the Edmunds anti-polygamy
bill, but Mr. Caine Utah! ob
1 he point was made that a Delegate
had not tbe right to object, and tbe
Speaker took the p int under advise
ment. The IIodeo then adjoorned.
1 taa Senate.
Senatir Morrill.from theComnvt'ee
cn Finance, reported a bill creating
ao Asrdstatt Sacre'ary of the Treasury.
He asked immediate consideration of
tbe bill, in view, he raid, of tbe emer
ger.cy known tj all Peratore.
On objection by Senator Honr, tbe
bill went on the calendar, Senatcr
Hear saying it was a bill of too much
consequent e to consider on the instant
A resolution was oflered by Senator
Dawes relation to hotd-d wliinky. A
preamble ti tbereeoluti in reeiles that
on the 0th i f January, 1885, the Secre
tary ef tbe Treasury iaued an order
extending the time for Ihs tranepirta
tion or export itinn of whisky then in
bord upon which the tax of rjinety
cents per gallon was due or sron to
become due and payable, which tn
the 30 'h ot June, 1885, anounted to
7,750,090 gallons, all stamped for ex
port, and upon which, under the law,
the tax, amounting to $(,075,626, had
become due ta tbe United States;
tbat under eaid crder the bonded
period was extended, giving the
owners of said whisky seven months
in which to export the whisky out of
the United States, giving notke of
tbeir intention and entering into
bonds sn to do ; and on the 27th of
March, 188(1, an order was is ud by
tbe Secretary of the Treasury permit
ting whisky exported under th prior
order to be returned to the United
States, and to the warehouse from
which it was originally bonded, with
out the payment of tbe duty provided
under 1h exitting custom laws of the
United Stile?. The resolution itself
is as follows:
That the Secretary of the Treasury
he diiected to furni'h to the Senate
the authority under which the above
named orders nere iesued, together
with all decisions of the Attorney
General cf the United States, opinions
of the Commisdoners of Internal
Revenue, cor respondence and a 1 o'her
papers relating to the before-mentioned
ordersof January 6, 1885, and
Mirth 27, 1886 now on file in the
United (states Treasury Department,
and to inf rm the Sena'e what quan
tity of whisky has t een exported out
cf the United Stetes under the crier
of January 6, 1885; also what quanti
ty, if any, the tax was permi'ted to
be paid upon after the exp raticn of
tbe time provided by law instead of
its being stamped for expoit, end a'so
what qnantity, if any, has been re
tamed to the United Hates under the
ordt r of March 27, 1881, at what pors
ot entry it was admitted, and where
it is now stored in bond.
The resolution was agreed to.
The 8enate thpn resumed considera
t on of the bi'l for the relief of the
Annapolis Academy. After a long de
bate it was laid on the table.
A bill was passed providing for a
commission of three tersons to be ap
point d by the Preeiden, by and with
the advice and consent of the Senate,
to iLVfs'ign'e the truth of al'egcd dis
cover i:s of the specific cause of yellow
fever. The Senat9 postponed indefinitely
the bill to disqualify Just'cei of the
United Slates Supreme Court from
Fitting in the trial of cass which bad
been previously heard fcerore them.
The Sanate then adjourned.
In tbe l onmlllee Roomi.
The Committee on "Ways and Means
to day direc ed a faverable report on
Mr. Harris' bill, amending the Re
vised Statutes so as to make a discre
tion in tbe mode of packing and
te ling t bacco. Chairman Moir son
was also authorized to report adversely
the resolutions offered by Messrs.
Grosvenor and Wilkins of Ohio, de
claring it to be the sense of the House
that no reduction thould be made in
tbe duties on unmanufactured wools
and favoring; a restore' ion of the wool
tariff of 1867.
The House Commit'ee on Invalid
Pensions to day agreed to report as a
substitute for Senator Fair's pension
bill, the bill introduced by Mr. Ells
berry Ohio, with amendments. The
Blair bill gran'ed divisible pensions,
ac ording to disability, ranging from
$24 per month down to $t, to invalid
soldiers and sailors of the Un ted
States in the late war who are depend
ent opon their daily lab jr for support.
T-e bill agreed upon by the House
Committee provides for a uciform pen
sion of 112 per mon h for ail soldiers
ana sailors who are absolutely dis
abled and unable to maintain them
salves, and dcei not recognize any
distinction In rank.
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ble property known as the "Claybroek Hub
division, "lying between Poplar street on the
north and I nion avenue on the south, and
n k....rl ih rsiidnnne nf John Overton.
jr., on Union avenue. The property has
been divided intn acre lots so as to suit the
wants of purcha'ert baying much or little.
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CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
" We ate rrthy rcrtiv Mai tse stipertnss tie
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tersg XAraviaes ol4e Loutnamm JjUse tatter
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ae Co-pan to km Ihit esrttseettt wnla ao
stanf's of our ntaittr ettesAesI, ta ti. mA
eerrierMrNts. t.r ' t,
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mil pay all rus elmira ia th ionmoae
Mote Lotttria waicA may is ereantted al oar
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UXPRFX EliEX TKI ATTRACT10X !
Urer Half. Million Dlxtrlbuted.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In IK08 for twentv-Bve veari
by the Legislature for Kdurational and
Ccaritable purposes with a capital of II..
Oiaj.iKaj to which a reserve fund oi over
mi naa tinee been aated.
Br an overwhelming popular vote Its
franchise was made a part ol the present State
Constitution, adopted Deoember ed, A.D.
lie OrnsKl Hlssgrlei IVnnisver ISrisw.
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Ui'ii.Jubnl A. Kai ly. of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
e-SOTICE-Tlcketa are Ten Itullnre
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LIST OK IRIZKS.
1 Capital l'riie of 1 "J ll.Vl.nno
1 Grand Prise of. MM"! Ml,()
1 Urand l'riie of. M an,(sm
2 Large Prises of. JU, 2,U1)
4 Large Priset of 6,li i.li0
21) Priaea of. 1,K SAM)
50 Prises of. Mm ar,im0
lis) Prises of. - MKI i,(i(
Sit st Priaea of. M) 4II,(SI0
ftiH) Priaea of. - 101) tiO.OOO
1(100 Priaea of. 60 60,t)0C
100 Approximation Prises of fc-t)... 20,000
lis) A pproxi. nation Pritesof H... lo.lSK)
Hat Approximation Priaes ol 75... 7.VJ0
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Or lit. A. rAI Pilim,
Wnalilnttlou. is. .,
or at Weal Court Hi., Nciupbla, Tenn
Mabn P. O. Mini of OrdcrH nnrable
and addresH Kt'KiHlorod l.i'tlertitu
NEW OHI.EANN NATIONAL II A.N K,
SDew Orlftne. I. It.
llKOWK'N I It OX IMTTKItM ItK-
"lieves pain, aids digestion, and tones un
the sysiom. Mrs. W. A. Siuilb, No. tii0
Shelby strcot, Memphis, Tonn,, says her hus
band win cured of rlieiimttism alter trying
many other remeilios without aiiK
..i44 w" tNrw (Vl. UloMtrM'J Cieitloii lWA
iv.i E.T..y. nntH! oror tirioui, now nnis.
c..-r rr" lit mproiMmutovHr:.' CiHw.iirlKl-
r .-. Vo-uol Hlilwior (lltii t l.ihrnrj
aP-1 TK..V. T.hlA. n,nir
sfWJtjTiiWstsirr Book Caset, tonnget,
'NCIV. 'i rfl LotterPrfltgeg.CabineU
txer)!' J in I Ladiea'raBCTDetka.Ao
Kinmt tloiMle and Ixrniwi
Pritw. OuarHiiletMl. (ImIaIpsi
tree. lo.tge Iu. Ho portal,
HEALTH IN WKAI.'l II. Da. K. O.
WlHT'. NRVt AMD lltAIg T'eXATHBHT,
agjaraniee.l specilo for Hysteria, Diaai
ness. Convulsion's, Fits, Nervous Neural-
Eia, Headache, Nerve -" Prostration, caused
y tbe use ol alcohol or tobacoo; Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Battening of the
Brain, resulting in insanity and lee Ing to
misery, , decay and death I Premature 'io
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either
rt: Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, can. I by over-exertion oi the brain,
lelf-abuse or overindulgence. Kach box eon
tains one month's treatment. II a box, oi
six boxes for 15, tent kv mail prepaid, on
reoelpt of price. We gaarsntce Six Boxel
tooure anyoase. With eaoh order reoeired
by ns for six boxea, accompanied with ffi,
we will lend the purohaaer oar written
guararwe to refund the money if the treat
ment doe "Ot effect a cure. Guarantees
Issued only bv A RKNKEHT. CO., Drns
gists. Memnhls. T.-f
BROWN'S ikon mrrKKs bi
stored to perfect health Mrs. A. Green,
corner Vance and Walnut streets, Memphis.
Tonn., whon she had chills and lever and
was so weak she could hardly wal . cheen
tirely regained her s'rengih.
A Valuable Patent.
Unney'a (florae) Corn and Pre) Flan.
HA VI NO perfected my Invention, I wlh
-o plnce it before tbe public, e'penlslly
ni.mafucturers. At m Corn Planter, 11 Is a
perfect success opena the drill, dlrtributed
the seed accurately, nniniured, and eorerd
tbe same, theroby one man performing the
work of three. Ibo' have benn used in
this section (or over a don-n years with per
fect satisfaction. Can give raipoc tible test!
JOHN 11. DANCY.Danoyvllle,
llavwonrl cnontv. T.is.
CURTIS & CO.
817 ami 810TrT. LOUIS,
N. second st:-tyriUaoviu:
OM Vf Of BOILERS
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
ate- AVKITB H)K CATALOGUE, tm
KROOKLTN.N.T. -Board on the Hill.
Mrs. U. C. Howard, 2ll Washington
Park. Koomt large: location delightlul;
convenient to cart to Manhattan lleach,
Coney Uland, Long Bosch and Central l'arkt
a I so to New Yor k placet ol amusement.
MEMPHIS, TEX. 1HH9.
STOCKMEN, farmers, dairymen, and all
fanciers of thia famous and favorite
breed, are informed that the above shipment
will oom prise a very choice assortment of
BULLS tin months old ; Y K ARLINa IIKIT
KKS (to calve early In DOT); CALVbS (of
both texet and dropped this spring).
All pure-bred and eslected by noUd Judges
with the greatest care from wel'- known but
ter families with high-class milking strains.
Piirtiee wanting strictly ffrst-claes animalt
for foundation "lock to tucwfully establish
a herd, are crdially invited to correspond.
Our prices will be found reasonable special
terms lorordurs. Apply for full informative
terms ororAI)AMS A ROM ALDSON,
M LeadcnhiU street, London, Koflum.'..
' CAN if CURIO WITHOUT THI
The Mniieal Rnf, published at St Lonla, asrt
In the June, ISM. twiu ' " Many have bernme
victuna to the uer ol opium or morphine, from
Ihe use of thiae drugs l..rlhe rclirr of N'rural
f ia. It U gratifying Pi nlerrve that such dan
gtiroua ooiiaeiitieui niny be averted by itic
use of TuNUAUNg, bi h la almoat a aot'iiir
In the acute form of N uralffta."
FOR BAJJt BY ALL DKUtiOINTi.
A. A. IVIr'LLIEB. ""! Pyntor, H-l ..
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DLl" I
Haw sellla, f"- j .
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Successors In thii
erWrlte ut for Inforniation on ,
tkA JT J W A . . ? - .. -1
(Successors In this Irpartment to JOHN MAXOUUE.)
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
IP ICjiIIJ 33 TE& IBS,
il'.ld S poo ii (I Ntrot MeiiiplilN.
ALAROB AND C0MPLKTR STOCK OR PLUMIIKRS, OAS AND STKAM PITTBRi
Materials, Pumps, Drive Wells, Iron, Lead and dtone Pipe, (las Fixtures, Olobes, Kte
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street, t : Memphla. Tenn.
R. LC0CHRAN &Co
in AMD PI.A5IIN.MII.L, RATT-TABD,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and NhinKloH, I'loorln. (Vilini? and Cedar Post
WKMrBaSfi. - - TENMENMHE.
A. VACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
twos. Awr man ywrniTT RTWvfT rvfKMPFTTH
8LEDOE UUOH., of Conio, Miss.
No. 365 Front Street
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
31a-&98 Front ML, ITlenipliifte Teiia, r
Ml, FONTAINE & 1)0.
Cotton Factors, Commission .Merchants,
JSOo 11 HcutU Stnlix Ht., St. IjOuI.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
SOO Front wlreet. t ?lemlil. Tenn,
Old Stand. No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
lUOLEOS HILL, PreslUent. W. V. WlLKERSOS,Tlcf.Prel(!e ) ,
II. J. LTNJi. Cashier. r
Memnliis City Fire & Gen'l Ins. Co. '
DOE A 6BHEBAL aTlBE AHD JiAiaanai
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
Ofllce-lO WaJUw Street, Jlemnhtae Tens;
,rr, R.I.LM. f
JOHN RKID. - m,
37(v378-380-3S'i-384-386 Second Btreet, soath ot tiayoso. f
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, CeiUng, Siding,. ShlnslC3,-
USE OP OPIUM OR
I " I'm! T nnUee ra aeeee of KrlgtA sf IS v
rears stAnSuia. etuoh bad wild All snilwisa,
i The m sts BxxilliA bad. and Um pmAmA as eae
ruffed psrteot ba.i rrum br ecaaplAiiiA."
K L Huwa. M. I. UuiyvOla, Ke.
" Hste gteea Toegtline a tmtr Ma sa Reanlgta.
WUABJ pal Mat1. iiB.ipmwn, "(AltUA bmiI.
: ntwi lor Uua limm " J. P. SUaajo.? T.a1a
I eeeskto Tnegaline the best iia I'se fog
Nnuralgia 1 aaveenr trwMl "
C V. Ultai, M D, Ptaevilla. Me.
PHlCt PrtR DOLLaR riR BOTTLK J
vl 7 I WANHINOTON AVBNITK. NT. UHTal.
AND MACHINE COMPANY
, lOOto 174 Adams St, Memphir.
Boiler I rem
Ilea t, Basel
DEPT. S3tt and 2'8 Second St,
I Mi in either line.
O. E. WITT.
F. M. N0BFLEET, Kesldfnt Partoer. v f
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