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T. kally rmecrd of se ta.momewr In
is ei4 is repa rtm ba A. T. Platsr
kui.t, Irst streret. The record for see
emnday wasr: T a. ma.. A dereess; 12 m., 42
e ess 4l p. m., - desraees; p. m.., a
.h~artptms. I. the inmadmd if ME I. -
-a. t the baadu ae.e or at the airse of
Ohm" " ti", Main etrwt. Arwtd dmu
-at - be hasrmed at the bueium oP'.
lsmdsed Dhudliin, eermw of mats and
!Ai" ·Csct .
ABOUT THE CITY.
T~h uoal services will be held at the
eherches of the city to-day.
A aint-pounduoe wasr born to Mrs. J.M.
Muldveaill on Priday evening.
The top dr~uasei to which Main street
to treated is vastly Impru.ving the
The train makilg connection with this
with the Northern Parinie trln, ar
l in towsn oa nehour lat.
On Wld.l y eveaing will take place
at e tbhtb buildtin te fit he
"rn ti hue "kl uad the Ogdesn
The display of holday good already
esuLbited in the windows of the mnewasnts
Is town is by far the anest Anaconda
The ams on the Mithell i Snyder bo
p owlaing to the nrcent ire was adjusted
p--trday. The prie aid by the lasure
a esompan is. was Ua .
The grooery .muse lately esteahlihed at
Carrll is resprted to be doing a prosperr
C- bainess. It I. ithe p pert of the
hies & Coannell Merenti Company.
The public should bear in mind the
eading.s of Miss Jessie Coutbo at the
rembdserI.a church on Tuesday evening,
or the benentot the publi schbool lirary.
Mis Coutbol is one o the beat ly elocu
alonls in America, and richly deerv*ve
nal the attering notwces she has weeived
epesn the pems everywhere she has ap
The census of Anacda mehool district
3o. 10 for the year heginning January 1.
bt hba Just beet. coUnspltetd, and shows
,bat the*r are in the distrkct 647 pupils he
tween the ages of 6 and 21. of which 818
nare ies and 6 female,.a. The Iulanmter
et pupils under 6 yamrs of age is 6ti9, of
which 270 are males and 9P fetmale,, mak
iag the total lnunaher of children ,n thel
district 12. The school miaoney for the
year to which the district in entitled will
amount to about D.UUU.
gir. Tern. margu.m.
as stopping at oo lee's, on S.comnd
seet nar lain. Anaconda.
100men for railroad work, apply at
ellvor's calp. ast of town. Wages
Bawd $5. per week.
iLPrATKWeK Ba.o. i C:OLLINS.
I wish to nflrm anll my od and new
ler. that 1 now cay a full line of
S cigr which I wilU m lower than the
owe-t. JOHN V. PETRITY.
Dr. cbaults. the eminent specalast, of
WDeN City. will be at the Montana. An.
e--ae. December ash to t. Bee new
On reasonable ter. s a large kitchen
aud dlning room, furnished. Inquire at
Oaklrnd House, East iwcond stsreet.
For want of roomq, Lose & Maxwell
have decided to d ~pontinule te carryiln
felot blnl and are sacriticing prolts to
loe oout tlse lihn-.
Cha~ protector" at ('res' tlru store.
Wow Is the time to buy your cigars and
igaarttes. John V. Petrits carries the
most oomlt#e line of New York, Key
W-.t cad Californaia cigars in thae west.
Smboke the "La Hots" cigar, for sale by
es, th draggist.
ste.s & Coanell's .00o halies' cloak is
AU .b des of plumhcu si t Les a Con
mulls fbr 16 cents.
I~in.Ivoice of the !!neat fumihbing
f barna imived ., Eat.. a Can
~cFI.c Mazwiua r el aol out their
TWO SIDES TO THE CASE
f a no MIN "-WrUr
"...w"ae Wer AmmIam on wa.»
hler r. M r... ImWui . -
wrbm me mpub".u.
wabnoe S3 ..
-ps is the Iatendaa.
Hma.ma,. DIe. T.--tn sel to the biabir
en.oewd .Msmenwt made ee in wree.rmnce
to the actie of the dwenarstie mL m rs
of the legelaeve amm alw asnd ete. at
tempt to pet an end to the de.adloc.k, the
followin letter t the public was given
It v nha been nublrhol stated threugh
It lhavig bees publicly stated through
time prws and otherwise that certain menm
_br.m of the state leglature were an siou
to compromuise with other pers.rone alui
claimants to mats in that tr*ty, and sach
ep1arts beinlg generally warped and an in.
justic~ to us,. the undersignmed wouki r~
spewrtfulllry aubit the following statement
for the benefit of the publie, and that our
conlstituenlts a.ay know that we are imot
ohbstrctlonista, leat were willing to bring
ahouat a mettlenmet of the present dilmculty
on anyr fair and honorable lasin. To the
end that something definite might cone
of It and in deference to the assurance of
mrembers of our boady that certain repuld
leans were acting in good faith and wer.*
willing to act fairly in bringinl about a
settlement, a reaolution was olfered and
passed in eour caucu on the aftermnon of
the 4th inst, which read as follows:
WneamtAs. It o the demolr et tlie mnemlrsl of
this body to Lsestlgate fully the quaetims of fratal
at Pmrepett 34. and.
*Wu~aKocan. It has sscoe tr the knowledge of
vaurkei elwrme.s 4t this body. that it is the wish
anld desir4 of other Igaill ehCtIed thoungh nt
altuiaiet wehatl.rs t e issIeI. of *trpre It
buyes et the Ltdt Icistative asseshly of the state
v M. metaa,. to r IllLeratl with im*aIa sutls hves
vesilltiotin: aow. tmUerefor, t- it
mraere.d. Tlhat tilem fllowin amad nmeeersl,
oi-Wit: K H. ieath, rPeter Ilms. J. 4. Twehy.
C. K. li runuhrlmek amd It. r. ME .Iwe.. b1 as
dasql by the halir to mreunet wth, a euianu-ta
Inns alpNulian ScretNrs alaiS elevise a plan1
f sUveat ho. and to report to the eswuus at
the reIM p bNie namewant.
Armed with a caucus permission and a
knowledge of the justice of their cause.
the sb.mve naim.ed committee repairel to a
conve*lmet roae on the Weat skd* where
they found In waiting the following
naneed gentlemen: A. (C. Witter, D. A.
('ar J. M. Boardmlnan, . H. Eaton. anel
I. Harrington. who were willing todiscus.
the siituation front a repubklcan stand*
point. After a lengthy and full discussion
of the deplorable state of affairs now eox
iating, it was admitted that a full investi
gation of the tunnel precinct. about which
o nmuc~r has bees. sakl, wekunl o tshould
either dispel or confirm the alklgatIkns of
fraud. whl h have we*,es made in reward to
the ianner of conducting the election
held at that place on (kt. 1. The meet
hng and discussioi was quite friendly alt
drew forth fronm several repuhlican mnnc,
hers Use expr.ssioei that they were the n
elIves not ein poIausaion of thei facts, lt
that tmly Ieaslersteswwd that fraud haul Ines.
practical itn precinclt 1 and tihat they were
all aluioels to have a fulul mrllplcete
The demorratic lenmberrn presemt. on
the other had. d were jont asl freet to claie
that it it coukl hie shown that the fivel. kln
ocrat fromn tilver Bow were not rightfully
holdingl their seats they w.a.kl he ready
and willing to anset thea. and that not
only the committee hut all the denlmcsrati
msmbenh ,caurted the fulrest Inmvstiga
After conskkrable friendly talk it was
deckled hr the joint caucus commltter
that, a there wars Io regularly organised
body which both sides were willing to Irc
og ilse they would endeavor to do the
heat they could under the circ un*tances,
and It was agreed that eahb enstestinl
body In thebr eaucus shouLki name eight of
their taember who were known to he
conservative and fair, and that the other
ske migrht in each came reject three of
auch eight, leaving a joint ctnmmittee of
ten, tyve from each party who were to
take such measures as t.ey t thoea best to
tring about the fullest investigation of
the elekctia hekl at the disputed preein.t.
As the proceedings sax far were to a certain
extenlt preliminlary and subject to c.nasnr
matkmn or rejection by the respective
part.es ila their caucus, no detlnite plans
of procedure were fully agreed upon, but
it was thought hestand concurredt in. that
it would he well to have a Isntary public
and stenographer present at tne nwetlngs
of the investigating comrmittee ms that tLhe
full e.jceaedinlrs might he given to the
put lle in an impartial mannellr. It was
further agreed that the search for evi
dene should hems tholrough andu conplete
that any fair-mineled mann would he able
to easily judge which party to this con
treversy alui right ois it side.
Havinag agreer thus far as to prelinlin
areskthe two teinnsittei.' returned to their
respective Itsdis with the unlder.ltaudisag
tluat they report lprogrr w. r."eiv.e instratr
tiotm sautd meet again at It a. m. ou Fri
.t.... ·5... jis. tens
tlily 1wb Otte ifl't.
ThI full dlemowraltile holu. a mt in caucus
otl TLnlrmtl4i" aftiernlsone andl aftetr a fiY
-tdiselitall of th rnl nrt of tdH. co-nulittee.
ik*riihil to p uet the other imrty fully half
way in ansy l.otorable and fair arrana.e
.men t whiich would bring about a Iett e
of thw prement diimculty. Eight nmen were
chaseo wtho would be acr'pltable to act os1
the fnal or ilveatigating callluittee, snote
of whol11 were frou Silver how. as agree.!
upon. Tiwe ulenoramtic collft*rere cowu
utittee was fully esipowered to hand their
party to any fair aglreement that miht be(
-wurpued In oodo rl ith bb the republican
nemnrbe.. and it wasu n.asde.othat b s
conm.c.esons would he asked that coald nia
bhe fmdly ven in Mres. _J
- Tims far everything ha e
nese andul a war seemed op r pom! L
bI spgueedy rmiutio. of ta paest on
diton of politieal afftir.e
A few men.mer doubted the sincerity of
the r putlkleas, but snany were bamtg in
the thought that they would moon get to
work to earnest, aid thib desire was up
permnost in the minds of the five demo
eratic nm msers. who on Friday went to
the r..mm above mentioned where most of
the reptablicanl members if the commit
te. were already awaitilng theis.
Instead of Mr. Witter, who was present
the nlwediinig day. Mr. H. H. Howey. of
Lewis anrd Clarke. was on d ek as spokes
,mati. Mr. Howley cale quickly to the
poisnt arnd leaforineil those npresen thatll the
reulatliirait lxty ii it illmles ha|d de.ckie(l to
reject te arraugetu. ti. * agLrePd to on the
).ViOnysl day by the .. tmnmamtte* of cinfer.
Peite, but that they haattl paroposition. and
with due gravity. and ti. the iunfinite dim
gus*t of the dekmo-ratup, e~wsat 1he propouetl •
tl* folkowinlg solution. which. conskidleriag
(tise ciwunastanc.s Isau., for eu(dl-.hlolxl
autdacity In parallel in political history.
Judge kowey said that his party were
willing to investigate natters at precinct
$t. but inasmuch as there eneme.d to he
no regularly organised house* frnom which
a csnmmittee could be appoisted that
could he legally equipped for investiga
tinott he prop sed that S democrats join
with 116 reublicans in ormanieing the
house and that tabeu desirable commit
tee for investigation might be appointed.
It was also inclueded a the republican
propositoo through their spokesnan and
was to be part of the argunmt that the
viahed N y .oei h .
a eg aoe is a
i- rn-'s teir su me
Ire ta isels. ad s an far w w. e
able lI earns" ýe wens ony .vi
-oy. amtes advantage:
It will to uemeratwly udidrI s e tO
and the emhe sin.d every h tr . the
demoeatle house betl ss, la satisled
thamt the election these was as fair mad
laneast as at any pecnsct Ia the state.
There were those amhass us who wee
wiUll to aid as far as In their powr the
e1Ica claimns nd to satisfy the
ftat trud was tnot prescteed thee
and anxions to prwove to the peopl la
eral tlut the oft reeatel claim was with
out foumahtinse in fact.
The jphlkcaa were ouid in itheir ds
mlHLs slar anl itnvestigatioes, the way is
open for such. they tlares helir IackLs o it
at onrce aend we' will let stl ale SMad the
world Jude why. The repehlicans must
tnwessanle rest their caimtes of having
ek·ted a muajerity of the legilature on
what happened at precinct ft. Now if as
they allege fraud was practiced, times why
are they unwillnlg to show it up and es
tablih th fat.Every on-part will
adnit that they have nsot already deae soa
iand will ist not now dawn upon
the mind of the thinkilg patlic
irrrepctive of party altlliltions that
these contestants really have no eon., that
their elainm i na ytll and that they are
helisg hekl toge.tier throu.lb trickery anil
theI nlmaipulatkios of political trckeLters.
TIe len,.crats had nothing LI gain tv arn
ieevesigatiole. TheLy have already ietab.
lislIed their case and claimn their seats
frtrne havin1 reeivedel n sJority of the
vote. cast itn thlir respective dlstlicts.
TWi fact is known be.yosed e.olht.
We. cLlim l (Iaset ekl.mand the upport of
all right lindlwel pe'plek in thel tasel which
we have takenl and which we expect to
upholdl ieow adHI for all tlaneo.
Tie Ireesilt of these couelltrenel meetings
were not ie tehedtI l for lthi public, hut we
leave. hlereo In ,ispreunesetele in the mIat
ier that we now Iosklder it our luty to
give to the.e people a true stateeeoent of the
facts ssal feel sure that our coe.ur will
neet with g~wes ral approval.
We are net here as the willing tools of
party or prelnce, nmr is eur organiatioem
the result of any retunling heImarl machni
natiolns. We are here fortiflel with law
andt Iaitkc. as the representatives of the
people who lave elk·ected s by their votes
and we we propose to defend their rights
t, so clhwuoe. us.
Ien brelhlf if the deamocratic caucus,
In be hwlf eel ti)w denlnerarrtt eahscug,
1). P. lýIt"1ttwwr.
5. C. TwoHY.
(C. K. HANeuawumu.og,
P rrC BS Car
ALL MEN ARI LIARS.
lawyer Harker Argr.. the Truth a t 1h
Naylarg elf.r the Co(rl.
The greatr portion of yesterday uan
mseveral hour. of tipe nlght were consuaumdl
In tryillg before Judge Fitsgeraki, the
came of . 1). ()'Neil against John Wihane,
two rancehneel from near Wanrm SpriIng.
The .muit grew out of an oat deal and -hI
volvedl only if1.43, hut b s there wau d bwa
between the plaintiff and defendaL&t,
they were hound to light oult thelrtrluhl.e
In the courts. A large aaelk.nce wituelsed
the affray, and liste*ned with deep andl -'i
concealed pleasure to the exhaustil.
and ixuwerrfal ar.allumts of the lawyer.,
Merasr. oar.aun iand Barker. who could
not have displayedl more treanendous and
awful earnetness hadul they een sum
sneasupthe nmusin case..
tI nuu the C. wo. n came.
The defense sought to Imp eah the rep.
tation oa Mr. O'Nell. Mr. Brer's elient
for truth and veracity. To offset tbis Mr.
Barker argted with remarkable forvt* and
p.ratpl-aty that all men are liar. There
was nothing so natural or easy in the
world as lying, and the- entire human race
availd themselves of the privilel . Every
nan in tihe court room was a liar, and
if there was any tIntletman irenunt who
dkl enot lie. Mr. Harker desired him to
hold p his hand. Not a hand was shown.
and Mr. Barker called the attention of
the mourt to this satisfaLtory proof of hi
position. (ontismuing, he Invitel a carefl
and candid onnskklratiol t of the case of
Ananias. There was no evklence that
Ananias had told smore than one lie. and
the une-nviable reputationt that has bees
fastetned ulponl hln was altogether unde
served. In all promabllty he was a
worthy citiatse anul a uoodl uasiness nman
and the fact that hiu as nesory was acua.oiWed
was peculiarly unfortutnate and deplor
able. Mr. Barker's able defense of Iarsn
was a theme of universal admiration and
the entire audlknee felt inspired to go
forth and lie all nighlt. The court reserved
its decision until Motday.
T.Le leura, Ton Hlgh.
The school trustees have been lmoking
talnt tcwnl for a lumiling whichl will ae
(.lflealolt4a the children for which provis
Irn cann ot he made in• the new melool
hloume. Fornwerly, a pl.llnary delsartlnent
was hield in the Methodist church. in
Third street. Ter trastees tried to rltrem
the place. and alaso the Christian chulrch,
in Second street. but the rent in hoth cases
was placetd t a$na month. alnd the figure
was regarded as too high by the trustees,
who had hoped to necure one huildilng or
the other at a rate they coukl allfl to
meet. There is no other available room
KEPPLER'S WATCH & DIAMOND CLUBS.
Drawings took place luas evsi S rI ad
vertised and nd resulieas follows:
Club No. 1, $10.0U) elm--W. 8. Hunt.
Club No. 2, $100.01 dlss-J. . KInneby.
Money to loan on improved ams and
city property. Sre advertslemea t North
western Guraanty Loan Co.
All parties indebted to Mert Emmons or
C. ('arlsen ('o. will call at Anaconda
Beer lull and mettle their accounts. Front
street near Oak.
Estes & Conunell have received their new
fall stock of clothing.
The mcst conplete line of drss trin
ningrs in the city is at Estes & (Connell's.
All-wool ladlies' cloth 3. at Estee &
A. T. Playter has just received a fresh
lot of genuine Henry ('lay ciars.
Painrts, oils and window glass are car
ried in stock by A. T. Playtr, druggist,
At Estes & C'onnels the cheapest all
wool hosiery every offere for sale in
Gums and ses at Anaconda Hardware
The m.r ~ a rrwnrrur obo.r
Thu bfr£ uss. b" Prwed hbrhuoi
.dh - of tb.
-rw -mgi. Thu Won's hm
w . a Wom la.
-mi·C 1 duen os fir w. h.M
hubs. w º. It v~ms.Wal. mis
;- Sma...mul "mua.ý n lbth dmsmig la"
Litlt .. Smart mm rri. sadw. h h
Sr. .vwiisg. Tb. .la o ear ssm an"
tim "Na, The buom i a
Schlle " b.4b 5S;i t aha 0
the worth botha , b'st the mud
-ho p; t :a t ..hs~ i*th time
qulet brought I. I) ts
drTP r. . . Impf Date. The
ring I. Am cake l t to the por --k o
Mr. Di., the baaedksrchlsl hat to K. R.
Brows the diasamid ri u o e trss
to dl r. ý4we11 th s hams bornsto W.
C. Hayes t lu reeker I. Mr. Tulsl.
the duches doll to Miss Rams Unmo. In
all thws drawlags the participnsm i
the masket value. so that theit tfer
owess were rsumwd
Great eredit Is due to th lins. who
bhae worked so Inag andl so fbthfally to
unake the fair the conspieuous succees
that It proved to bh. Tu tleir Industey is
tdue the asuring of the haimiwoe -Iu
now In thu gulds trsasu . TIC ds.h
to thank thu cltsrea or thi liberal pa
A WEEK OF SHAKESPARE.
Itasiesseanm and HNaM ItnweW Cempmay to
Pla Evetr Nge.
The round of Shakespearean pla-s to
which this city is to be treated this week
is sebh as to gratify every lover of the
drmna. It will be a veritahle feast to
bakelieartan studeknts and theater goerm
generally, for D)eaniel G. Beandmeanesn is an
actor of the heet claus, and the comupay.
which he lrings is large and thoroughly
eullcient. It comprisees no ees than
elghteen people, all trained to the several
characters which they assume. Toamaor
row evening the company will produce
"Hanalet." on Tuesday evening "Tbe
Merchant of Venice," and on Wednesday
evening "()thello." Mr. Baeundann's
Hamlet in one of his most powerful and
On Friday evening the company played
to a OSWhoase at Miles (i'ty. The o.eer
at Pt. Keogh desired him to rsmain another
nilht and guaranteed him another 6Mb
house, so that although it was not his
original intention to play there last night,
he complied with thea request. The peo
ple of Anaconda will appreciate Mr.
bwflM WAIE1J Abuf fllAuAEunf ii eim:
HOME WATCH AND DIAMOND CLUBS
Mr. iep.er Orlmasustg Ametitlie s of
t6aws M teaelst to Thteir Memabrs.
At the emluest of a very large number of
patroes, J. C(. Kepplee rhas decided to or
Iasssi Ib01ne watch anld diamonlld cluls. Il
odert that he people of this city and vi
cinlty may have an opportunity to procure
I goods upon that satisfactory plan. Nolicit
uing agents of outidke clubs have been in
this place latelyand when it is consklered
that their conmmision Is necessarily adsd
.ed to the coat of thie Igorol purchased it
will be seen that the horee club offers a
de dked advantage over outside ones, as
I the amnts' h osCnam0 ikM iM d(oic a with.
aed Mr. eran thus dllspose of ad
at pr beow what the meaMicle an
he purhased elsewhere. Anotlher enm
I .endable feature of the huoe club is that
all kilnd of gods canu te purchased by its
Smlersn where outside club. eonflne
their saes solely to watches and
I diamondl. The terms ar the usual oMes
lof al weekl payments. Mr. Keppler is
now in reminess to ake numbers for a
$S00 club. a W0 club and a )40 elub. For e
f lrther information man -at
J. eweler AnacPPLEonda.
I uledng Jeeler, Anacesads.
Thme IsMt Oat.
A dally through ear service has been es
tablisbed h the Chicago, Union Pacif &
Northwestern line between an Frmancis
co, Portland and Chicago via Council
Blulr, thus olrerlng to the pubhie facIlities
not given by any other line. The limited
faist mall, which runs daily between the
Sabove pont. carries the oversandl fast
snail a limited number of frst-clas pa
Ssangers without extra charge and is cam
I poad of Pullman vestibuld.sl
Francisoh to Chicago. lvi Coun. Bluffs,
Pullman vestibuled sleeers and Pull
Sman dining cars, Portland to Chicago via
This is another ndicatontht tha te Union
Pacifce is desirous at meeting the require
I m-nts of the people. For Information in
I regard to this and other trains on this line
apply to 1. L. Lomax, general
I agent, Omaha, Neh., E. P. Wilson, G. P.
A.. C. & N.W. R'y. Chicago, or J. A.
Lewis, general agent, Butte.
I oe You Want ra Prn.use
for a lady or gentleman, old or young?
Go to D. J. Hennessy Mercantile com
pany and look over their stock of fancy,
useful and ornamental Christmas goods.
Displayed on their counters are every
class of holiday gods that good taste and
careful selectlon could suggest. They
certainly have the choicet line of these
articles ever yet shown in our city.
Dr. Schults, the eminent speieallst. of
uý City, will be at the Monetan, Ama
December lath to 16th. .ee new
We are organislag two watch and dim
mond clubs, o Ifty members. each. One
requires the payment of one dollar per
week and the other of two dollars per
week. This manner of buying watches,
dlaunods and other l. jewelely has
beeonm very popular. The small amount
r..iured each week places a membsmsbip
within the reach of ev one, and te
money you pay in would perhps bown
in ia sone other way and you woud have
nothing to show for it. but by ning our
clubs and without feeline it a b ou
Won have an elegant piece of jewelery.
We wish those thinking of joining clubs
would call at our sto. and see the quality
of goods we pen.ose furnishing menters
of our clubs We have the newest and
brightest stock and the host values for the
oney. . J. larn.LL & Co.
Miss H. V. White has just received a
full line of French imported hats.
a* aUl 1as1s r M5ra5F uaporwurm Urs.
Ladies. at Miss II. V. White's you can
get all kinds of stamping done with nea.
ase and dispatch. A large lot of patterns
to select from.
The latest fall and winter shapes in the
es.brated Christy bate. at Estes Coam
For fne wool or silk underwar for geats
so to est..s Conels...
AS full line of paints and brusbe et all
kiUds en be found at A. T. Plater's des
Hennessy Mercantile Co.
Prices the Lowest.
C7GLL R ND EXAMINE.
D. J. Hennessy Mercantile Co
Corner Oak and First-sts.
BUTTE CITY OFFERS
The most favorble oftortsnites for good investments of any city or lo
calily in the West. It is bosnd to be the Minirg, Railroad and Commercial
Center of Montana. Knowing these to be .ndeniable farts,
The Evans, Terry, Clausen Brokerage Co.,
At 4u E. Broadway. respectfully so./cit a share of atr psblic pAbw
age in their lines, and ask that all reasonable and far-seeing spdculatob
will consider well the COLUMBIA CITY PROPOSITION vmendtid in
this space tomorrow. Corresfodence invited.
I. I. JACOBS,
41 West Park-st,
Fine and ldlum Grides of Furs
Made to Order a Specialty
Particular Attentim G61i to luyg
aid Ieouatdg Old Mbulaia.
ulgbs Market rice Pasd for Saw rPu.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. I
AWrclt 'e. Will
*uU n1~&bv~awa 41 aad Mori
Dec. r the boor o two F 1L·EE~
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* J. C. KEPPLER *
atcbmaker ad Juwd.,
Watchee, Clocks. Jewelry. Op
tioal Goods. llvyerware, Eto.
JAL. C. HRYNES.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
Tam.I moek carefu.y Cams" her.
First-Clss Turnouts and Mod
Pnrt mt. 0w at Matl. Amana. eeam.
Warn Spring Lhery Stable.
The VreTmis l New ea.
LINDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
a3n~e. W. RMICH. Preowrlotr.
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