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Tlhe daily record of the thenoneter in
ibs city is reported by A. T. Playter,
urujnit. Firs street. The record for yes
bieday was: 7 a. mn.. 15 derees I1 ma., 42
d~gse;4 p. m., 4M degrees a p. m., b2
1bser~apio aa Blre adard will 6be rw
-s at th bnaids.s ojle, or at the store of
Ob.h_- idme, Main atrdt. Adewr.eaisg
w as *s be esrnd at the buesinss olet,
Utsade du Bailidipg, eurner of Mai rand
ABOUT THE CITY.
Mayor Mahan hbing ill, tim coulanHu
o-ncll did not nsert last night as was
Tbonas Daly was fined tr and rmant in
.le pollee court yesterday for drunken
am and Inadecency.
A meetings of tme Alert liore conlpany
wilt be held at the home bhouse at r o'clLck
Deputy Murif iteblns has taken Jack
ui. the thief who stole the cott sU
bneo Caitorela House, to te counuty
)Ini as(D landCe.
5wry us wheseae ise kiw s euwsdfaUV in
vikid Is petroadse thebr.areest diuer aerrid
tii at the fair.
A O sme r im aerd Leek.
pedmi tho te NUilstaud.
Slwou.sA FALLs. Dec. 6.-An Investtga
Slom of the books of Hon. Josepb M. Snow.
mais meuaator and late treasurer of Douglas
at-n-y, show a large amount of funds
missing from the tremsuarer'r funds. Mr.
Snow has covered the deieit and claims
he mistake occurred through his eu
pga . SenaSor now recently su
tlned a broken leg and I. now laid up
wth pnemnonia. He I. very popular in
the county. and has many synmptatmsers
in his numerouss misfortunes.
Rememr er the ladies' and chiklren's
dancing class Saturday afternoon from 2
Is &. Good musJ wiU be furisaled for
the ocasion. Social Saturday .night.
Matti block hall. Motter & Morris.
Dr. Ter. . ml rselm.
Is stoppln at Moo Lee's. on f&eCoud
aC reet. ear lrain. Amnacesla.
100 men for railru.l work, apply at
McKivor's camp. .mata of town. Wage.
I l6. Hmurtd O.IX) Ier week.
KILPATHKI'K lItln. & ('c1.INI..
I wish to informn all any old uSld new
eustomers that I lnow carry a full lilne ofl
See cigarm which I will sell lower thalm the
lowest. JOHN V. PETRITZ.
0. 1L. mi rea
Has a lot of sleds. light sleighs and cut
lers of his own manufacture, Inade froum
the best stock possible to he had In the
ast. ('ll slan inspect them before pur
On reasonahte terms a large kitchen
mend dining room. furnished. Inquire at
Oakland House, east Second street.
For want of vonik. L~-*- & Mazar-1I
have decidotd to dkyicn-ntiviwse the carryieti
atlothinr ua art.- wrifteing profits us
Okaw out Ibe lila.
Chs prottestorsa at (reams driug stomr.
Now in th- tuini tea lvuy r rotor efarm wid
eicaretu-s. J~rphet V. 1"t-trits actirriva Owla
moast co*pin&ilt- lie hu. of %4ww Yo~rk. Kivc
West sand C(ilif',niia cigpars in tlh wteet.
Smoke tt* "ULz Huos" cigaor. ftor emle Iby
Creas, tOu drutgiwt.
Esrtes & (Conlleel'is si.0 LIwAit-o alo4ak in
M6%. Warre hba neatly and tastily r
-Sted the Oakland House on East NSecond
frnierely known as the Saratoga
SDesrable roosu. can be had on
e ...mable t -ers.
Jeoi V. Potrlat
mas ot rweelved 0,00D0 cigars which will
. placed ao the market at reasonable
i s eeevied at Estee & Coa.
= Y carne regaout their
2~--L~r~ ud l~rb·u dless atw
MAKING A FAIR OFFER
Dmsuik Imiuus Mms a Idb
Ste as Ymb n
u ty o movematgme a te * at
FPeesnat 84-ne Aamwer
seisa to tine ,.
RMuSL A, Dee. .--Thbe following letter
was given out to-eght fhr publlkatoan.
To Mamjr.. aorem. Armdwag.a, (Od., fsA.er.
Hle.., RDAter, r . Tupssesu and Bab
wo*r, Rpmbtiresa Heassekw. of the ?'rat Lep
islatinr Awrnhesy of .the IRt ofN Masuteaa:
(imrrzraum--We aemrsme tiat ins rnm
aKnS with the ews of amsr fellow citisems
and tim people of tie country at large, you
futly umslerstnd why we. the deruneratle
senatrs-elect to sthe armt legislative hody
of the tate of Motara, have ,tt jolied
with yoa an an orselmlatkin of the Ibody to
whkih we were duly elected. We have
held-s-,t still bokl-that the action of the
rpuhblkala memberm-elect of the co.ordi
nate i a.nch of the legislatlure n e-fmsinsl
to Cmsaply with the governor's prolamna
to dedsigamatlng the tims md place of
meeting for that body, and in orgapmalain
as a separate botly to whicha thU admnittel
muemubers no elected either In law or
equlty, was evolutionamry in its
chara.er nand in deflmce of con
stitutional authority. lIHeleving that
the maeltimg of the seate under
such cireueantanen with a differ
ence of opianei amrung its member. as to
which of the two bodies claiming to he
the co-orduiate branch of the legislature
shold he rencognisedl, we have paursuedt
lte only c.manrei whicl we blkdvted woukl
terld o the presnrvation of peace anld the
avoklan ce of flarther disorder andl cmnful
sik, amad refrained frnm joinilng you in
thelu orwalanition of dtie senate.
or.(gufaiug. lahnwever.- that tler'e nuiy
he thlse amsnong your ancmiern or amon g
yoWur~oudtituents who nmay have IMhostI
doubts as to the fairnwr alnd iltegrity of
the electkn at precinct No. .M.In nilver DIo v
county, over which all the ,nfort.nmate
esaitin dilfferences have arisen.
and wishing in commt- on with all other
law-abkldng eliaagns to do everything ins
our power to bring about a speedy andll
honorable adjaustmnent of the controversy
which is mo detrimental to our hltsiness
inste.sts and danmaging to the namei of
our state, we respectfully i nvite you to
join us In a full. fair and awsarehing in
quiry into the mnanlner la whickh tie elee
tklon was con(lucted at makl prwrinct t4.
with a view to throwi~g out every vote
fous.d to lave I~esll fraudmmlently cant
If you will uelect three out of ,eigt dekm
ocratic msnatores for that purp sed, we will
Isn a like mansne.r seelet three of the repub
Ikcan senators to Join in stlclb ilnvetila
tikol. We' plLedge yoeu on our part to mllake
much ilavestigation as thorougl. alnd coen
I~plte as you may I.lsire. l our opinkion.
ilt such investigatiaon all tehlasaikclities
should he avoided, asaurt procedlings.
newspaper comllments, anld canlvassingl
board decisions passed over, and the In
quiry directed mo.ely to questiousm of fraud
Ia maid precinct. with a view of thrmwing
out every fraudulent ballot and the duoo
laration of the true result of said elections.
Hoping that you may agree with us that
this pr.posptiun furnishes the basis of a
fair and honorable settklemrn t lt the dif
fere.c.s between the respective partie.,
Yours with greeat respect:
JonauPH A. BAKbIR.
D. Hzszu sx.v,
('. W. Ho."vMAS.
K. G. Rl 1
(. J. Mc..AMARA,
W. N. Bst-cKma.
The letter was msnt to the republican
senaturs, but no reply has as yet been re
celivrl. Nothisng of lsteresmt was done in
the legislature to-day, tlhough a muov*enwnt
of mone kindl is expected amuong the re
publichll menators t.-wo*rrow.
A SHAKESPEAREAN FESTIVAL.
laadumamu to Appear i ea Meand of 'hmr
met.r at the Opera iMe-s MeNt Week.
At Evans (B)ra Hs-ue next week ti.re.
will he a Shakesp-sran festival, comn
naemilemg Monday and continuinre etch
night of the week. That st.rlilmag actor.
Dan klt G(. Baindnian, the star of the per
forn.anesn,. ieeds no wemrds of praise. As
an interpreter of Shakeqpeare he bha very
few emlunritoru in this tlountry. He is a
tliartnua.i artist in the Iwst smese, of the
word. andi his h.llineaotiotns show not only
a just apprm'iitlion of the text, hut all tht
power. vigor adl fire eusemntiala tto a sue
rets m isnlers"imatkiom of tIhe character,
he asmssui1. He Is sumpportel by a stnront
ce.lltul.an. tIhe lady mnmetmlaers of whkih are
sakl to . e. unussudlty healstlful and tal
e1.tadt. l In Monday evening "Hamnlet"
will Is- lrwitiwtel. co ° Tuesday itvetllig"Thlw
Mer.lchat of VenlIe,l " alid onl aedainelsay
evenIign "(bthel.o". The plays for the
renainde'r of the week will Ise announced
later. All are well mouantel.. and if the
public realise the exellene. of the treat
in srtee for tlhem, crowded houses asu a
One-tlal of a lage well-ventilated cel
lar. suitatble for sage. Inqulre of Cham.
Bertect, Silver ow e saloon. An
(Jo to tihe air s X alhs ll eand mes ae
fertion of Christuaa gi ft".
TOLD IN A LINE.
Complete line of oartridges at Anacon
da Hadlware Co's.
Guns for rent at Anaconda Hardwa.e
Guns and ammunition at tihe Anaconda
For style, good goods and a perfect fit,
go to Estes a& onnell's for your ckthing.
Loaded shells at Anaconda Hardware
Estee & Connell are marking their new
stock of clotlhinag and furnishing goods at
prices that will pulease all who want first
if you want a suit of clothes made to
order call at Este & (Connell. They have
over :i0 samples to select from, and guar
anttee a perfect fit.
The fair i. aid of .t. Mark's Xpirwopal
rhArrA utll be opes this aflersoons and ern
A. T. Playter has just received a large
stock of paints and window glass.
Crowley makes specialtles of turkey
dinner and coffee as mother made it.
('all and see Biet.e Connells 16 cent
STARTINO THE PAIR. i
C .y Coeters md Us»wy nsa-m so AbmSi
mso6 at Uwam MtsAL
Rvans hill never nooked as briUamt
and faurinating as It did last nalgt wb t
theb fair .f t. LMark's gulld of the EPgismo
pal behurh wal begun. The bright elormb
and profuue decorisions at the beamtful
hootlh nuue It a uwne of fairy land. The
fair was liherally patronied last evenilg
ulel even Ireater crowd. am expetedt this
aftermon amnd evening. In deeorlbila the
wilkklern. of charenils thilag that mest
Ute eye. otse Iardly knew where to slake
a hirineiing or whlre to end. The el.ar
twoths whlilh was Iel charge of lMr. laoe.
Mrs. L)awiMo aslli Mi- Mattie Durston.
was one of SUe c-lhelf ce'atuers of attrction
nil arc.usat of %**wley Brow's swp ror
emajui Iuolemi. The eoloms of the 1o
wern yellow asxl white.
A pretty booith in red, white and blue
A pr booth In red, white mmd I lu
was presided over e Mrs. Turaer, M.
Edwards and Mhle (olY t e, who sot per
fumed aasketU and plants. The emady
tloth, ina red and white, was iun charg of
Mrsn. Morrow and Mrs. Lmonard. Mer.
was a ring cake, every perselmbelr a
sle s*ta mdnin. a chane of gettlang .t
rites The pulic are also Invited to Mu
at nhe num.er u tbe has i a ibottIles .r
going to the be.t gueser.
ia the fancy hootht, which is deerateLd
Isa scarlet and white a, e. tbhm a snot
br;wilk.rOlg profutelon of really beautiful
thinrs, whblh are orfered at the moat ear-
)asle prces. Hand-painted aties
m r . pin-euuhlons and all salrs o
eh st an. y work are oe m .
M an, Ms. Li and Mr.. ý _are.
preriding over this swe.
I blue Is the color of the dolls'
btah, which is in eharmg of Mrs. iYlruron
aod ll. Ingo. All sorts and eomdit
of alol l re. one exhibiton and wi to
be moak into slavesy to any pc . The
claiklrenr' hooth, decorsd with da., is
controlled by Miss Laura Dursetm alnd
Miss Nevada M.cKim. It is full of pretty
fancy goods, and a rattle is going an for a
pair ot huffalo horns. Mrs. Kennedy has
ge nsal" msupervislona over the egg tree and
fesh luead. The. e tree was a great auc
wems last nm usll t J. Maxwell gNt the
lucky eSg that contained the diamond
ring. A lle KeYaiplasld and Ella Allen
nasal.tr the. fisll ponld. Mrs. Thoranto
alid Mrs. Harrison nun the gp yr tent.
where. marvkusn. fortunes are told at the
lowest cash price. The r.freshbnent ta
hlE. are. insa clarse of Mrs. LiUeowur
Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Puekover and Mims
A here was music and dancing last
aight, hbut this evesning they will be smmad.
special fteat.aes. A full orchestra will tw
prelent. alid tis" nnusmi furnished will he
rmaarkably good. The fair will be opemn
this aftenrnooen from 2 to 5 o'clocrk.
EVIDENCE OF ENTERPRISE.
Laae ('sak "weur.. Uh rhmt fumd. .t
The pomular p#roprietor of the Capitol,
No. ~i4 Manll street, north. Louis S. C(ohn,
ever watchful of the Interests of his pat
roHts. Inerhases his goads direct from the
whla.satloe hMou in the east and west.
tlwtreby saving ahis patronm the usual Job
hing percentage. So enorawnus hlas been
the growtlh of thi popular store that hence
forward it will he conducted as whole
sak. ad retail. Mr. (olin recently con
sumnnrated a deal with M. ('harles H. Pee.
representative of America's famous eigar
factory-George T. Warren & Co., lllnt.
Mkchigan. and tnow has on and the fam
om brenlds of ""Hwckled Ha "aa.," "Uliz
Ir of ife.". etr., manufactured hd 4he
above Ilrm. All lovers of a good saq
will find it to their advantage byca
at the C(aplol and asking for "Warewm.'
Speckled, ' or "Elixir of Life."
I'lsyisatl attrctiosns will ble ofered to
ighLt to all rho patruaise the fair ias eaes
TRAOIEDY AT POKANI .
A t(ses.d uarter isesest Nis Wis gad
Kil ls NMa | L
-pre-al to lbs mtaas.ar,.
NtPOKAIls FALL.s, Dec. 6.-A terrible
tragedy occurred at 416 Second street, ths
city, at 10 o'clock this morning. Albert
handerlind, a mnulatto, whose wife ~yeste.
day began proceedings for a dlyosre on
groundsn of i*ruel treatment and non-sup.
port, shot her through the head with a b
caliber pistol alnd then blJw out his own
brains, dying three hours afterwardl. The
bullet was extracted from Mrs. Sander
lind's head. It did not penetrate her
Sskull. The physicians may she will re
recover. Mrn. landerlind war nearly
white, and carne here three years ago
from n t. Louis. Her nalden name was
Alexander, and her parents from that city
joined her heav last April. Sandertlnd's
father runs a large barber shop in Denver
and ils ulte wealthy.
Milven Hulglhe relurnd from Helten
I)r. Mithelwl. of Ikeer LadgP, in in town
to II net th1 ilauranltee aldjutern.
J. I). Jenklas, of Butte, was in the city
W. J. King, lf Helena, is registered at
aoeL*w prlag ('.ma
At Estes & (& nelPsl' lumber yardl. Or
ders can he left at the store.
waatSi. I msmesadltly..
FunarlshId xolums for light housekeep
ing. Addrees "X," this ofice.
1'NION IA'lrtte' MAILWAY.
IreTT, Muoo L. Nov. =, ame.
Ages/t in Mosut~as: A rate of one aid
one-fifth fare for the rmound trip to apply
locally witlhin a dlistance of 300 miles has
been made fur the Christmas and New
Year holidays. Tk*kets to be sold )ecen
her it. " and 3at 181, andl January 1, It$O.
Final limit. January , 1880i. Advise the
public. Yours truly, J. A.. Lewis, general
Money to toan ona Improved farins and
city poperty. ee adverteement h'orth
estern Guaranty Loan Co.
All parties Inldebted to mert Emnons1 or
C. ('arlmas & Co., will call at Anaconda
•eer ball and settle their accounts. Front
stryet near Oak.
Estes & Connell have received their new
tall stock of clothing.
The most complete line of dress trim
mi ruiigs in the city is at Estes & ('1onnerll'.
A. T. Playter has just receivld a fresh
lot of genuine Henry ('lay cigars.
Paints, oils and window glass are ear
ried in stock by A. T. Playter, druggist.
At Estes & (nonnelis the cheapest all
wool bhosery every offered for sale in
Guns and ries at Anaonda Hardware
THE OGRAT _WFINURV.
Amaiber Tewn Whet Claams ThSw he
Weras WSI be 1W1lS W ire gloa Wessees.
Vrm the Missaulsa.
About a week ago a report was elr
lated to the effect that Mareus Daly had
purebored the Higins' rnchb near this
eity. Hon. Frank Higgins was Inter.
viewed regarding the matter br a repre
sentative of the Misouliha, but would
nelther .alstmatiate nor deny the state
nent puhlihedl. Last night from a very
reliable source the Missutmln ascertained
that the runer ofa Mr. Daly's
purchase of land bere is true. and
furthermore that it is his intention to
build here one of the largect reduction
and reflning works int the world. Sotuse
time since be st.cured an option on meveral
ares of land at Three ForkLs-the June
tIon of the inail line- and Uutte brunlch of
the Northern Pacific. After a thorrmo h in
vestilation it was fmould that at that place
no good foundationl could he liad for a
large huilinll owilng to the clhracter of
the land which is extremely marshy.
Ilealising that Missoula offers every ad
vantage that can he attributedl to Three
Forksm and in fact superikr advantages,
Mr. Daly throuah his agents bhoi.ght land
here and will build his contemplated ex
tenrsirc refinery here.
At present Mr. Daly is in the East re
ceiving treatment for his eyes, hut in the
course of a moath wil return to Montana
and will Immediately on his return give
his attention to the carrying out of his
plans regarding the costruetio of the
greatest metal reduction works and ran
ery in the United States. The building of
this means that in two yeare' tim. e Mi
saoul will be a city of 1,W people. It
means that in half a decade of years Mir
souls will will he the largest estty n Mon
tana. If this report was heard from any
other source than that from which
the Missulisa has gleaned its inform.
tion, the tory would certainly be credited
as nerely the invention of sooe sealous
real estate speculator. As it is, it may
not be trae. but considering all circum
stances, that it has come, it may be sakl,
frIen no other person thae Mr. Daly, the
report cannot bw treated otherwise than a
truth. This is sure to effect the real ea.
tate market of Masoula. anrd thie Mideos
Ian disbelieves in withholding from the
people news of such vast importance.
Misoula's future was never brighter than
now. NKeh a great enterprise to he lo
cated here so soon was never dreamed of
by the most enthusiastic of Miuoula's
NOME WATCH AND DIAMOND CLUBS
Mr. Keppter OreauSmag Asmeseatleas o
to·wt seme to IaTheir Members.
At the request of a very large number of
patrons. J. (C. Keppler has deckled to or
ganlu. home watch and diamond clubt, in
order that the people of this city and vi
cinity nmay have an opportunity to procure
goods upon that satisfactory plan. Solicit
ing agents of outside clubs have been in
this place lately and when it is considered
that their commission is necessarily add
ed to the cost of the goods purchased, it
will be seen that the home cluh offers a
decided advantage over outsidkke ones. as
the asents' commisleon is done awav with,
and Mr. Kepper casn thul dispose of ioodl
at prices blo what the msam artile can
be purchased elsewhere. Another com
mendable feature of the home club is that
all kinds of ods can he purchased by its
members w s outside clubs conflne
their sales solely to watches and
diamonds. The terms are the usual ones
of $9 weekly payments. Mr. Keppler is
now in reediness to take numbers for a
o10 elub., a «0 club and a $40 elub. Var
further iafornatieosapfp at
. eading JewePPLer. Anaconda.
Imadincr Jewer. Anaea at .
The Lait Oat.
A daily through ear service has been ,
tablished by the Chicago. Union Pacifai &
Northwestern line between San Francis
c Portland and Chicago via Councll
Bluff, thus offering to the public faclllties
not given by any other line. The limited
fast mall. which runs dally between the
above points. carries the oversand fast
mall. a limited number of frst-class pas.
mengers without estra charge and i con
posed of Pullmhan veetlbuled seperan
Prlcisco to Chicago. via CoulBluffs
Pullman veetibuled and Pull
man dinin ar Portland to Chicago via
This Is another Indication that the Union
Pacific is desirous of meeting the require
.ents of the people. For inforaation in
regard to this and other trains on this line
apply to B. L. Loma:. general POe.~ge
agent, Omtaa Neb. . P. WUw . P
A., C. & N.W. R'y. Chicago, or J. A.
Lewis, gseneral agent, Butte.
T. MStam. state Teacrers A.aetatlSe.
The Montana state teachers' assciation
has deckled to hold its first annual con
vention at Dillon from Dcembner 26 to
Dlecemkber 28. inclusive. Mrs. M. S. (Cum
insi, of Helena. is president of the, amo
elation. It is expected there will be a
large attendance from all parts of the
state. The local committee has made ar
rangements for the free entertainment of
all teachers that may he present. The
railroads have been requested to grant
low rates to all those who desire to attend.
notace of which will be given later. The
sramme will be ready to distribute
ber S. Let all teachers of Montana
turn out and make the first annual meet
ing of the association a grand areess.
For further particulars addres Miss M.
K. Hasnks, chairman executive committee,
We are orlanising two watch and dia
mood clhub. of fifty n.embers each. One
requires the payment of one dollar per
week and the other ol two dollars per
week. This manner of buying watches,
diamonds and other fino jewelery h.b
become very popular. The enall amount
required eahb week places a membership
within the reach of ev ro , and the
money you pay in would perhaps be blown
in In snnie other way and you would have
nothing to show for it. but by joining our
clubs and without feeling it a burden you
soon hlave an elemant pTece of Jewehrty.
We wish those thinking of joining clubs
would call at our store and see the quality
of goods we propose furnishing membhers
of our clalis. We have the newest and
brightest stock and the best values for the
money. J. MrariLL & Co.
aBrusses carpent Or at Estes & Connel's.
Ladkies, at Mie H. V. White's you can
get all kids of stamnping done with neat
nes and dllpatcb. A large lot of patterns
to select fronm.
The latest fall and winter shapes In the
elebrated Christy hate, at Estes & ICon
For fine wool or salk underwear for gents
go to stes & Connell's.
A ull line of paints and brus.ee of all
kinad can he found at A. T. Pl r's drun
- C1LI 'ON
Hennessy Mercantile Co.
Prices the Lowest.
CALL AND EXA7MINe.
D. J. Hennessy Mercantile Co
Corner Oak and First-sts.
BUTTE CITY OFFERS
The most favorable of orrfnities fbr good investaieets of any city or lo
cality in the West. It is bound to be the fiminrg, Railrad and Commercial
Center of Montana. K owing these to be un.deniable facts.
The Evans, Terry, Clausen Brokerage Co.,
At I4 E. Broadway, resprotfsly solicit a share of tIe p.rblic pba .
age in their lines, and ask that all reasonable and far-seeing speclators
will consider well the COLUMIBIA CITY.PROPOSlTION mentioed in
this space tomorrow. C'oresfondtwee inrvited.
I. M. JACOBS,
41 West Park-st.,
MANUVAC1TU RE OF
Fine and ladin Grades of Furs
Made to Order a Specialty
hPrt"uIr Auttatlr GClv to i.Jelag
sad Ievatlng Old Uelsma.
Hge Market Pri. Pal d for Raw Pur..
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
L(It)IILI 3 1(Ii~Ilit) 4lI\lEN THAT THEY
N tallr annuilal vietleutg of the stvekhoders
of the ur dAlene Slher-Lead Mintngt('o. will
1IW held & the uf9114- oIf Saitd e1 UIllYu, NO. 2P
%%e( Broadway. Witte. Montana. on Th mramda
IWi. ttot. law. at the hour of twit o'e'Iok P. -2..,
as provided by the by-laws of said corporation.
ftw the purlpse of electintg a Hoard of Urumers
feW the enstini year and for the tranaaetion of
puch other busines as may come beforv the
m at Butte. Mona-n Novrember lot. two.
9 order of J. K. (LARK ftireldent
Attes: CHAULKS WArrI&. liecrrtihy.
* J. C. KEPPLER -
Watchmtar ud Jeweler,
DIRltM N DS.
Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. Op
tical Goods, Sllverwars, Eto.
Wn. C. H7YNES.
LIVERY AID FEED STABLES.
Tra emt stok Cavhfly CMe for.
First-Class Turnouts and Mod
Fw tCu t. ktL of Matm. Auoe Me- . s0.t
V[= Spding Lhery Stable.
Th n lf er 1tir111 f w..eold. M. a Y
L NDAU& BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
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OMAS. W. PR3NCH. Pvepr"er.
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