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bH EIABILITY of this eat
Shasus de ts popularity. .The
new style for spring is the
a"nd is a beauty is
eva them tIn all colors.
ftor m eton.
recaved an immense line In all
latest fabrics and shades. Each
mt LS' model, magnificently
ed sa perfect fitting. No tailor
produce anything better. Have
t' all cits-tull box, halt box, and
*-tting In i1l lengths.
Our line o' Uelcklntosbes for spring
a latrger than ever. Prices lower than
r. Getone and keep yourself dry.
Qcmplete Assortment of
la all tees and widths, always on hand.
2s3yiss Nrt MainSiet
And d It's the
re, We Are
for 5o Cents .
119 NORTH MAIN ST.
Laest Dru tesr
iu the State
farBe. ls a Boa Tramp and an
AEBVIE ' TK
Was Arreeed or burgry tin Butte a
Fow asrB Alfter Be Was Pardoned.
Fred Oollabaw Is Anxious to
Go to the Reotem sabool.
The county attorney Will to-day file
foqr latformationain thedistrict court,
two of them against 'boys who will
pr'obably be sent-to the reform school.
One of them is Nicholas Martelle, a boy
tramp and ex-convict, and the other is
Fred Collishaw, who has lived in Butte
for a number of yearp. Both are un
usual and peculiar cases. .Martelle
says he is 17 years of age and looks like
a Spaniard or Mexican. He admits
having served a short term in the Deer
Lodge penitentiary, having been sent
up from Yellowstone county for grand
larceny. He tells the county attorney,
however, that he was innocent, and
was guilty only of being caught in the
company of thieves. He served five
months, &nd then the governor par
doned him out and told him to come to
Helena and he would secure him a job.
As soon as he was released from the
penitentiary, however, he fell into bad
company again and came to Butte,
where he burglarized the residence of
Fred Prusch on West Granite street.
For that he is in jail now. He tells the
county attorney he has been tramping
as long as he can remember; that he
does not know where he was born, or
who his father and mother are. His
earliest recollection is that he was
blacking boots in some Eastern city,
from which place circumstances shifted
The case of Fred Collishaw is equally
strange. His father died some years
ago and his mother married Thomas
E. Collishaw about eight years ago,
and she also died shortly afterwards.
since which time he has been in the
charge of his stepfather, for whom he
seems to have a'great affection, which
appears to be returned by the step
father. The boy is 15 years of age, and
he refuses to go to school, yet he is
anxious to learn, and has himself made
the request that he be sent to the re
form school so that he would be com
pelled to learn something and be kept
from going to the bad, which he fears
he will do IT not restrained. In this
he is endorsed by his stepfather, and
both for a month or more have been
calling on the county attorney two and
three times a week, asking him to file a
complaint and send the boy to Miles
City. The boy has never been arrested,
but reports regularly and urges the
county attorney to hurry up the hear
thg, as he is 'an xaue to to, the -re
-An information will also he filed to
day against John Sullivan, who, by
impersonating another man named
Casey and giving an order on his pay
at one of the mines, secured a lot of
H. M. Nelpon, harged with. passing
s' fetftftloui an, w $drtlhe4=5 check on
the proprletorl- of the Monogram, will
also be 1'nfprnebd against for forgery.
G. R. Shadwell, who shot and killed
Martin O'Connor at a gambling table,
was brought before Judge Clancy yes
terday afternoon for trial, but the
session of court was taken up in an
effort to secure a jury, and was not
completed when court adjourned, and
the case was continued until Monday
morning. Mr. Stapleton and C. P.
Connolly appeared for the state, and
Lawyer Thresher for bShadwell. The
defendant's mother and brother sat by
his side during the progress of jury
empaneling. When court adjourned
over half the peremptory challenges
had been exhausted, but there remain.
ed only eight more names in the jury
box, so it is hardly likely that a jury
will be obtained without the issuance
of a special venire.
Judge Clancy yesterday morning
empaneled a new trial jury. Out of the
venire of 100 names issued the sheriff
had secured services on 81. A. Pincus
and J. M. Barber were not on hand
when court opened and attachments
were issued for them, and when they
appeared they were fined $5 each.
Thirty-two were excused for a variety
of reasons. Joseph Casera was one of
the men excused. He said he could
not understand the English language
and could not read or write it.
"You are not crazy and a fool in the
bargain, are you?" asked the court,
but the venireman could not under
stand the question. The following men
were retained on the panel: J. W. Gil
ligan, Samuel Picklin, E. E. Paxson,
W. H. Hornbeck, A. F. Bray, Thomas
Davis, Richard Woolcock, Marco
Matitz, R. J. Thomas, Ed. Sweeney,
John Barrett, George C. Broderick, R.
M. Calkins, Patrick O'Leary, John
Bret. Ed. .Mahoney, Timothy Delpon.
E. N. Dunkle. Joseph S. Swazee, D. J.
Henneberry, John Gilbert, R. H. green,
Con Connors. Pat Holland, Charles
Mattson, William Hodge. J. H. Beck,
Con Sullivan, F. X. Giard, M. Genz
berger, Joseph Lalley. C. M. Strow
bridge, Richard Gribble, Thomas
Coughlin, Herbert Davis. James Brown,
Thomas Wadsworth. Morris Conway,
W. J. Barnett, A. W. Buse, A. K. Bu
chanan, W. H. Axtell, E. A. Nichols,
James Driscoll, William Hogan. George
G. Beckwith. Peter McDermott,
Thomas Barker, J. M. Barber.
The following matters are set for
hearing in Judge Lindsay's depart
ment of court to-day:
Estate of Michael Gannon. petition
for letters: estate of Dorinda E. Haw
ley, petition for letters: estate of Will
iam N. Mitchell, petition for letters:
estate of James O'Donnel, settlement
of account: estate of Miles Hogan, pe
tition to set aside estate; estate of
William Harris, settlement of account
and objections: estate of A. J. March
and, petition for leave to lease: estate
of Sabina A. Hale. settlement of ac
count and objections; estate of M. P.
Flynn, settlement of account and oh.
jections: estate of D. L. Harris. return
of sale of real estate: estate of 0. A.
Flanders. settlement of account: Par
rot Silver & Copper company vs. Sam
uel Dodge et al.: (t) demurrer: e2)
motion to file amended complaint;
State of Montana vs. Simon Haus
worth et al., demurrer: ('ity of Butt
vs. Thomas R. Hinds, order to shec.'
cause: Charles E. Dickerman vs. C.
F. Craddick et al.. demurrer t,, an
swer; Charles Schatzlein Paint (',o. vs.
C. S. Passmore & Co,.. demurrer: J. W.
Kemper vs. W. L. Farlin et al.. plain
tiff's proofs: John MM.Cormick vs. J. B.
Johnson et al.. mnotion ,of Harris for
judgment on pleadings.
Too aMuch Whiskey.
James c('nn,r.s a minor. gay.- a num
ber ., :u; Iii. i- a C,, ] .l.- List
evealag. He was drinkin~ in a North
Masi street slamo and was pretty
grogy when be called up his friends
for another round. He tossed of his
drink and suddenly tel to the floor as
though dead. We ries hurriedly
called a heck and drove with all sped
to the 81sters hospital, where the phy
sleians relieved their Laxlety by assar
Ing them it was merely a case of too
B., A. & P. trains now leave Butte
daily as follows:
Pacifi Exprs.... ........... 7:4 a. m.
Anaconda s ...........10:00 a m.
Copper City Flyer............. 6:00 p.m.
Local, from Great Falls....... 9:10 p.m.
PBCIAL' War News Features
In the S5utd Stand-rd-~ o
Everything going in the Bee Hive at
private sale and auction to turn into
THE SCHOOL ELECTION.
CoammIasloers Appoint Regstry Agents
to Fill Vaeaseies.
The county commissioners yesterday
made the, following appointments of
school registry agents to fill vacancies
caused by resignation:
Precinct 8. F. P. Thomas; Precinct
29, C. F. Williamson; Precinct 1, John
Rich; Precinct 5, Dan Sullivan; Pre
cinct 24. Frank McGinley; Precinct 14,
R. W. Bell.
W. L. Hill, principal registry agent,
located the places for registration.
which, with names of agents, are as
Precinct 1, Murray's ofce, West Daly
street, Walkerville, John Rich.
Precinct 2, No. 21 Lexington terrace,
Centerville, Martin Gleason.
Precinct 3, No. 945 North Main street,
Centerville, James Murphy.
Precinct 4, No. 956 North Main street,
Centerville, Andrew O'Nelll.
Precinct 5, No. 419 North Main street,
"Centerville, Dan Sullivan.
Precinct 6, No. 314 East Summit
street, next door to Nevins' boarding
house, Austin Burke.
Precinct 7, rear of 416 North Main
street, Butte, P. J. McArthur.
Precinct 8, No 37 West Granite street,
Frank B. Thomes.
Precinct 9, No. 38 East Granite street,
Precinct 10, Armory, Luke C. Deer.
Precinct 11, No. 47 East Broadway,
Precinct 12, No. 63 East Park street,
Precinct. 13, Hale house, J. T. Car
Precinct 14. City hotel, R. W. Bell.
Precinct 15, Pullman hotel, E. W.
Precinct 16, rear of 428 West Por
phyry street, J. W. Pinkham.
Precinct 17, No. 717 West Quartz
street, W. L. Hill.
Precinct 18, No. 339 South Main street,
Phil J. Murphy.
Precinct 19, No. 2 East Gold street,
B. N. Beebe.
Precinct 20, No. 114 Ohio street, R. M.
Precinct 21, northeast corner of Sec
ond and George streets, George E.
Preeinct' 22, No. 514 East +Iercury
stret, 4lex Atdersoh.
Precitct 23, No. 950 Talbot, avenue,
J. W. Harris.
Precinct 24, No. 436 Kemper avenue,
Preoiney 3, iSeaderville drug store,
W. E. Webb.
Precinct 26,- N4 27, Utah avenue,
C. B. Jolly. *
Precinct 27, residence W. E. Head
ings, Harrison avenue, W. E. Head
Precinct 28 (not selected.)
Precinct 29, No. 789 west of Centen
nial brewery at residence of registry
agent, C. F. Williamson.
The commissioners also appointed the
following judges of the election at the
different polling places:
District 1-P. V. Ityon, J. J. Carroll,
District 2-E. W. Morgan, M. Genz
berger. Emmet Callahan.
District 3-Ed Skinner, P. J. McAr
thur, E. E. Holt.
District 4-Joel Crossman. J. J. Hag
gerty, William McDermott.
District 5--('. B. Jolly, W. S. Cobban,
G. W. Connick.
The board adjourned at 3 p. m. to
visit and inspect the poor farm.
West Bound Pullman Service.
The Northern Pacifle have inaugu
rated Pullman sleeping car service be
tween Butte and all points West. This
car will be placed at the Montana
Union depot at 9 p. m. for the accont
modation of west-bound passengers.
For berth reservations, tickets, maps,
etc., to all points West, call on or write
W.. M. Tuohy, General Agent Northern
Pacific Railway, Butte.
A Continuance Granted.
The hearing of Jack Keogh for con
tempt of court, which was set for yes
terday in Justice Burns' court. was
continued to-day at the request of
Keogh's counsel. When the case came
up in the afternoon. Keogh's attorney
filed a motion for a change of venue,
which was denied, and a continuance
was then asked for and granted.
Keogh is the saloonkeeper who assault
ed Constable Rodgers some days ago
when they constable attempted to serve
a civil process, resulting in both being
arrested and Keogh being convicted of
a charge of disturbance and fined.
Cheap Rates to the Pacific Coast.
The Northern Pacific announces a cut
of $8 to $15 in rates to Portland. Seat
tie. Tacoma and all North Pacific coast
points. Through sleeping cars from
Butte to all points West. Parties con
templating a trip to the coast or Alaska
will find it to their advantage to call
on or write W. M. Tuohy. general
-agent Northern Pacific railway, No. _2
East Broadway, Butte.
A public mass meeting of the citi
zens of school district No. 1. Silver Bow
county. Mont.. is hereby called to meet
at the Auditorium in Butte City. at 8
o'clock p. m. Monday. March 21st. 1898.
for the purpose of nominating two (2)
candidates to be voted for at the com
ing school election for the offices of
trustees. By order of the Citizens'
School Committee. J. J. McHatton.
chairman: W. 31cC. White. secretary.
N. P. (hangesr Passenger Depots.
Commencing Sunday. March 6. all
passenger trains for the Fast and West
over the Northern Pacific railroad. will
arrive and depart from Butte at the
Montana Union depot in South Butte.
W. M. TUOHY.
General Agent N. P. Ry. Co..
Dr. Dogge has removed his See to
his surgib;al h' -pita!. 4)1 South Mon
tuna st tt-.t. Tetleph,.ne :*05.
THC CI ZIIS' TICKET
It Is Oppoq4i .to the Republi
oanM in Walkerville.
A CONVENTION MONDAY
segsmratsoss I Preseding Very Slowly.
Many Voters WiU Be shut Out in
the Busb Attending the
Last Few Days.
The citisenas' patty of Walkerville
held caucuses last evening to select lists
of names to be voted on at the prima
ries to be held this evening from 4 to
8 p. m. At the prmnaries seven dele
gates and seven alternates will be chos
en to the convention to be held Monday
evening, when candidates for mayor
and aldermen wilt be chosen. The cit
izens' ticket is opposed to the regular
republican ticket, and is a combination
of the other parties. Those nominated
at the various caucuses last night were:
First ward-Ed Colligan, William
Mulcaire, Pat Colligan, George Hol
brook,. Peter shonsberg, Frank Dono
van, Jerome Gates, Mike Duffy, H. H.
Reber. Frank Marsland, James Mc
Fadyn, August Schmidt, Geo. O'Grady,
SSecond ward-Antone Donette, B. Nol
an, Sam McElroy, Pat Invernerny, Geo.
Richardson, M. Callahan. Aleck Mc
Phall. Ben Cooper, M. Durpon, D. J.
Mulcaire, John M. Kelly, John McGrath,
Martin Mitchell, John Donnell. Owen
McNulty, Jake Briney, John Chasey,
Joe Lockeally, M. M. Morrissey, Pat
Collins., John McKinnon,
Third ward-John Hamilton, A. Ho
gan, Owen Hughes, Ed Mathews, Con
Hereslln, Chris Didian, Mike Reynolds,
Pat Mulligan, Mike Murphy, Larry Pet
ers, M. Gleason, Joe Schmidt, Dan Hur
ley, William Miller.
The primaries this evening will be
held at the following places: First
ward-Judge Murray's office; second,
city hall; third ward, residence of John
Registration for the Butte city elec
tion proceeds very slowly, and during
the rush of the last few days voters are
sure to be shut out. At present there
is no rush, and those who don't like to
stand In line and wait In order to regis
ter should get in today. Next week
there is sure to be a rush. At the close
last evening 658 were registered on the
east side and 638 for the west side.
The democratic city conventiop will
be held at noon today at the Audito
rlium. Candidates for aldermen are to
be placed in nomination from each
The caucuses of the silver republicans
will be held in each ward at 7:30 this
evening,,; The caucuses will be held at
thepe places: First ward-Silver Lake
hotel; second ward. court hous; third
war4, Savan Lisa's store: fourth ward,
Fant's furniture store; fifth ward, Clar
ence hotel; sixth ward, Pullman hotel;
seventl, ward, Henley's boarding house;
eighth ward, Silver Stables, )latinum
and Main streets.
The populist city "entral committee
met last evening to set times and places
for holding caucuses, primaries and the
convention, but as there was not a full
committee present the situation was
merely informally discussed, andl an ad
journment taken until this evening.
Do you ever wash
your hair brush ?
_ _ This is the
' spoonful of Pearl
[ ine into a basin
of warm water; wash
the brush thoroughly in it;
rinse in clean water, and set it
aside, bristles down, to dry.
This is only one-a small one
-of the numberless uses to
which you can put Pearline.
Once you have it in the house,
you will find something new
for it to do, every day. It
does your washing and clean
ing better than soap. Try it
on anything for which you've
been using soap, and see.
_r Peddlers and same unscrup.
ne i . a.teus grocers will tell you,
"thlis aauoodas" er t!:c
same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE-Pearlhne
never peddled, and if your racer sends you P.te
thirst place of Pearline, do the honest thinv
rd-' bark. 337 JAMES PV.E. New t'
To you quite a while now, and
probably you have never (all,.,
in to sre us We firmly belit.e
you are losing more than we are
by not dealing here. Upposel,
you drop in to-day and take at
look around. examine, ask qlus
tions, hut don't buy a penny's
worth if you don't want to.
Large and sweet Natt
(Prang-s. d,;zen........... $ .
Sweeot and juicy Na\.lI
Oranges., d 'Zen............ .
Faney Lorn sr, . dozen...... 1l
Stritly Fresh ergs, 6 doz.. 1 ,,
Very Fancy .\1Iples, pound. .n;,
Very langy a \pples. box ... 1',
Deliiou. ,'r- rmery ltutolr.r
Deli, inus 'rutmery Iutter.
five pt un i...s ..... ........ 1.',
47 W. PARK STREET 47
S .Telone .i f SButte nt.
Telephone huh Butte. 'dont.
Is showlag a large and well selected lIae of WASH
FABRICS this week, and tie Prices are Right. An
inspection of the ase will so convince you.
...Kid Gloves... Waists- The Basem Irar
190 pairs Two-Clasp Kid Gloves. We can sell you a Waist of Silk,
all colors, sold regularly at Dimity. Organdie. Lappet
$125; our price for three days. Mull. Percale. Lawn or any
8c pair kind of a Waist you want.....
Ladies' Ho Frm c ap to $1.0
Ladies' Hose We invite you to see them.
50 dosen Ladies' Black Cotton
Hope. In RHhchelleu and item- ...Wrappers...
brand ribbed. Hermsdorf dye. We have a few of the $I.5d and
regular Le and 40c" quality: $1.75 grade left. the Fleeced
only for three days ............. Vicuna .. .................
25c pair To GCse Out at !ic
Ladies' Neckwear Children's Dresses
We have the .Jatest thing in We have a nice line of Ready
Ribbon Neckwear and Fan'cy Made Dresses for Children.
Scarfs for lad'_s, In all widths and to make room for spring
and lengths, from............. goods will close out at a .....
Nc to $1. each DBiscat of 5 Per Cent
FURS AT AND BELOW COST.
I PRAHMAN DRY GOODS G G -
Makes a successful specialty of training young and middle-aged people for
lucrative positions. Nine experienced teachers impart private and class in
structions day and night sessions the year around. The normal department
offers superior facilities to teachers and High school students. Arrangements
provided for common school work for children. Parents should investigate this
feature. Visitors always welcome. C. V. FULTON and E. W. GOLD.
Established 1890. College journal free. Proprietors.
offers superior facilities to teachers ar
provided for common school work for c
feature. Visitors always welcome.
Established 1890. College journal ft
FOR CASH ONLY
103 E. Broadway, 'Phone 446,
Are You Thinking of
Call on us for prices before plac
ing order. We show the largest and
finest line of designs in wall tapers
eve: brought to Butte. New, unique,
elegant. No trouble to show goods.
1a4 W. Broadway. ...Butte.
A sure cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Colds, Grippe. etc. Superior to any hot
springs in Montana. Three experienced
rubbers in attendance. Open day and
LEROY AMOS, Proprietor,
SW. Broadway. BUTBE, MONT.
To the public and patrons of the Butte
Coal company: That Rolbrt Rehfeld is to
longer in the employ of the Butte Coal
company and has no authority to take
orders or receive money for us. All orders
should be telephoned direct to our city
office or left at yard office.
BUTTE COAL. COMPANY.
ave You a House For Sate?-
A LITTLE "WANT" ADV. IN THB STANDARD WILL FIND YOU A BUYER.
I Chicago Bargain Store
21 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BUTTE, MONT.
$150.00 IN GOLD'
Given Away for Easter Sunday
,,,On Sale This Week a law and Attractive ULn of Ladles' tulri ...L.
10 dozen "Princess Mitternich," full umbrella width, double ruffle, three tucks, ftei
black sateen Ladies' Skirts, worth $1.50 each ...................... ...........
10 dozen "Princess Mitternich," full umbrella width, very deep double ru.e,
three tucks,fast black,French sateen,patent strings, Underskirts, w.rt
3 dozen "Princess Mitternieh," made of the very latest fancy Roman
finish taffeta. full umbrella width, two 7-inch latest style flounces, sixo
worth $3.50 each............................................ .., .
10 dozen "Princess M3itternich," of the very finest quality, satin finish fancy Romaa
Stripe, full umbrella, 14-inch deep gathering, eight tucks, lined;=
faced, same in solid black and of All Wool Black Moreen Cloth, w
Fancy All Silk Skirts of the same make at $7.48, $7.98 and s , ,
just one-third cheaper than others ask for the same goods
ADDRESS ALL YOUR LM.L ORDERS TO
- C lICAniO BARlAIN STOlE
Sa tsatiated that the heat expert skill In me
hanical detiatlrt ad the meet complete moderu
req1aulpments are aahievlan the most perfect OS
ibnresultu in the artirtal dentures produt In
I say that I am satsAed. My garantee says
that you will be aatt*Aed-and amens it-the
m"oney beck" way. $10. 00-tfor the beat.
DR. W. H. WIS, DHNTIST,
Corner Broadway and Main, BUrTs, aMoa
(lobe Steam Dye Works.
Ladies' and gentlemen's garments dyed,
cleaned, pressed and repaired. Prench
scouring and .hermlcal dry cleaning pro
cess a spclalty. Kid gloves, lace curtains,
silk dresses etc.., cleaned.
J. it. MEYERS. Prepreter.
e09 E. Breadway. Bstte. fleettas.
ACADEMY OP MUSIC
Mme. Helen Thomas (Solo Violianis) assslted
by Prof. Thomas and the most promineat mu
steal professors of Butte. A thoroah course of
musical trainng for soloists and orehestral play
ers. Classes wilI be formed. Concerts will be
given to show the advancemant of the papisa.
nlgagemente for Concerts, Reeitals, Musicales,
Rc. 31 New leo live Ick dw ay ?
. good remedy, and there is not alything n the.
market that equals French Tansy Tablets for the
relief and cure of paainful or irregular menses.
l'hese tablets remove all obstrections, no matter
chat the caue. Manufasetred by A. Asgeadre.
'arts, 1Pace*, and for sale only by D. M. Newbre
irug Ml,. Butte. Mont.. Bole Ageets. I ries
cr Ins sent by mail securely sealed.
HOGE, BROWELEE 5i
ursa errv, - -
Txanaaet a ea aaktir Pe
change dra*w mrithe A'-'leading e -
Colleetioas promptly atteaded to.
Correspndents: Wells, a & 0 , e
York; Wells, lrep A 1.'. alt lb.;p We
Yargo & Co.. San FrnseiOea: Omaha N
!ank. Omaha; Hog., Daly &C . Aamesd .
STATE SAVINGS BANS
Cor. Main and Park, Batte.
P. A. Largey ....................F..r u
T. M. Ilodgens............ .....(a i
Paid in capital, $100,000.
Surplus and undivided profits, 31
L nder state supervision and o -le
tion. Interest paid on depoaits. Ml ei
change available in all the princ ti p "u
le. of the United States and KtaOg
Collections attended to promptly. Tra*
act a general banking buslness.
Directors: P. A. Largey. JosE A.
('reighton. Omaha; G. W. Stapietes, A.
H. Barret. E. D. Leavltt, . V. lmpe .
T. M. Hodgens
TUE FIRST NATIOINALUK° i
Andrew J. Davits .................Prvst eat
James A. Talbott ..........Vice Pse.l
E. B. Weirick .....................C.. n
George Stevenson .......Assstant C
A GEMERAL BANKIN SIMES
Foreign exchange. We draw Sleet a
the principal cities of Europe and i - -
our own letters of credit, avelisble Ab :i
parts of the world.
(. . Lewis. Prest, S. trweheoses, Tha.
Fayette Harriagto, Csle .
SILVER BW NATllG. IS
OP KUTIe. MI N A11A.
Buys and sells foreign and domalse is:
change. Collections promptly atta. ld Le t
Importers' & Traders' Natleasmt Dk..
. ..........................a w Test
Union National Bank .............~Ci
Crocker-Woolworth Natieon 1 ....
Laid ' Tilten...........Po
Deseret National Bank.. alt Ldeis
First National Bank ..M~0nm apai
Merchantse' National Bask..OgiUab.
Union Bak & Trustf(
WENRY NELIWNG FireMiatt.
HENRY KRLIN. Vice Pme01 t.
GEORGO. La RAMSIE. aseint
Henry Dinag, *
R. 3. Ford.
Henry Xl .A. 4 -.
H. A. IYAehell.
A general commercials bakin
transacted, including tie
sale of State. County and fCi
a careful attention to seltleta
acceptance of truats.
i Eeies .6P n
Nance of lseames.
R sars, at Mass ,lk
Dur- a the e thll t
Bo-rd a 1sra L i
distriet alautbed a
N. W. esrsr. &..
oa atssebvua l i. pa.
Now1 as 1es oas. mw s, e
ebaressed at th. said debd
.esmoned it aeen at S e
1m. at10u8 eks a. in..
eba sseter ofy the tea
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