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f A BLUNDER
The Cause of a Horrible Disaster
at Cleves, 0.
Who Was Responsible for It Has Net
Yet Been Developed.
i;ievcn Fcnuus Were Killed, um! Their
Jtemuin AlmeU UnrnceRiilriihle When
Taken Frem the Itulim One Postal
Clerk's IJedy Net Yet Discovered.
PiTTSiioneii, Pa., Sept 23. The wreclt
at Shreve, 0., en the Fert Wayne read,
Weudesduy, was caused bv a blunder.
but who was responsible for it has net
yet been developed. Supt Starr said
Thursday merning: "There was no con-
fusion 01 eruers, as thcre were no
orders. Ne one knows why the freight
pulled out, but the supposition is that
a fast freight running between the
limited fast and Ne. 8, went by and the
freight crew mistook it for Ne. 8." Hew
such a mistake could occur Mr. Starr
does net knew, as he has net seen
cither the engineer or conductor of the
The Arc completely wiped out all
trace of baggage, express matter, mall
and even some of the bodies of the
killed. There is net a remnant or bone
te be found of one of the postal clerks,
the express messenger or the two ladies
going from Iiucyrus te Espeyville.
The financial less by the wreilc can
'net be estimated. iC is reported that'ln
the mall burned there was ubeut $50,
000. This is only what was in regis
tered packages. The express mutter was
all burned except thirty-six silver
bricks, thirty-two small and four large
or double bricks, worth at least $75,000.
These were taken out of the Are Thurs
day afternoon. Probably fifty or sixty
pieces of baggage were destroyed, but
what their value was the company as
yet de net knew.
A temporary track has been con
structed, which enables traius te pro
ceed around the wreck.
The bodies of these recovered were
prepared for burial by the company's
undertaker at Alliance, assisted by the
undertaker at Shreve, Net one of the
bodies is recognizable except by some
marks or articles found about where
the remains were thought te be.
It is, new definitely known that there
were but two women and one child
burned in the wreck, instead of three
women, as was at first reported. This
reduces the number of dead te eleven.
The charred remains of the women
have been identified as Mrs. R Shcaly
and her sister, Miss Campbell. Mrs.
Shealy was the mother of the child
killed in the wreck. They lived at
Iiucyrus, and were en their way te Es
pyville. The only body net yet recovered is
that of P. G Mann, the postal cleric, of
Ai.lia.vce. O..Sept. 2.1. .lames Camp
bell, of Espeyville, arrived here Thurs
day afternoon in search of his two
daughters, Mrs. Fred Shcely, of Iiu
cyrus, and Annie Campbell, who, with
the former's little child, were killed in
the wreck at Shreve Wednesday morn
ing. When Informed of the fate of his
children the old gentleman's grief was
pitiable te beheld.
Twe Iluben With One lleily.
Asr-K.v, Cela. Sept 2a There were
born In this city te the wife of Jehn
Hughes a second edition of the Siamese
twins, differing only in the manner In
which they were joined together, these
being face te face. The children are
two well-formed boys, weighing six
teen pounds, with well-developed heals,
arms and legs, but with but one body.
The mother is 23 years of age and
weighs but ene hundred pounds. She
has been married four years and has
one child. The freak has caused a
great amount of interest among the
Washington, Sept 23. Fer Ohio Ohie
Fair, except showers at lake stations;
slightly warmer, except en the lakes;
Fer West Virginia and Western Penn
sylvaniaFair, except probable show
ers at lake stations; slightly warmer in
western Pennsylvania, southern winds.
Fer Indiana and Illinois Fair, except
showers en lake Michigan; south winds.
Fer Tennessee and Kentucky Fair,
east te south winds.
Upturned the Flag.
Charlette, N. C, Sept 23. At the
battle of Hanover, May 27, 1802, the
Ninth Massachusetts regimen, captured
a silk flag from Company E, Cleveland
guards, Twelfth North Carolina regi
ment The flag has since been kept In
Bosten. It has been proposed te restore
it te its owners, end it was returned
Thursday by flvomembersof the Massa
chusetts regiment, who arrived here.
Knexvillk, Tenn., Sept 23. Hud
Weist, a notorious desperado of West
ern North Carolina, foully assassinated
Alenzo Recter, leading lawyer of Mar
shall, that state, while the latter was
assisting an officer te arrest some
drunken moenshiners. Rocter had just
married, and was in view of his wife
(Cincinnati 2 J Pittsburgh 9
1st. Leuis. S 1 Chicago 2
I Cleveland 6
1 Leulavllle 2
Wen, Lest. Per Ct.
Cleveland , 41
Brooklyn ,.. 32
New Yerk 29
EL Leuli 21
Lord lleresferd Arrested.
Roue, Ge., Sept 23. A telegram was
received here from Gov. Flower, Thurs
day morning, notifying the sheriff of
the arrest of Lord lleresferd, the
Englishman who was convicted here of
forgery, and who ran away whlle out
en bend awaiting a new trial.
Netuliiute Mr. Victeria Martin Fer Presi
dent mill Mr. Stew for Vice-President.
Washington, D. C, Sept 23. The
following report of the proceedings of a
national nominating convention of
woman suffragists, which appears te
have conducted Its proceedings with un
usual privacy, has been furnished te the
United Press, authenticated by the sig
natures of Anna M. Parker, president,
and Elizabeth Powers, secretary:
At the parlors of the .Wlllard hotel
Wednesday, September 21, under the
call of April 20, a national convention
of Weman Suffragists was held through
the auspices of delegates from Victeria
leagues of the different states.
Mrs. Anna M. Parker, of St Leuis,
was called te the chair, and Eliza
beth Powell, of Providence, It I,,
acted as secretary. The call
from the states brought out twenty
eight representatives selected by state
conventions from New Jersey, New
Yerk, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohie,
Iowa, Missouri, Colerado, Oregon, Cali
fornia, North Carolina, Seuth Carolina,
Seuth Dakota, Flerida, Louisiana, Ala
bama, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas,
Kansas, New Hampshire, Maine, Min Min Min
nesota.Wisceusln, Mississippi, Vermont,
Pennsylvania. Thestatesef Wyoming,
North Dakota and Washington sent no
There were 60 delegates in all. On
motion of Mrs Windisch, of New Yerk
city, Mrs. Victeria Woodhull Martin, of
New Yerk and Londen, was nominated
for president of the United States. Mrs.
Cynthia Leenard, of New Jersey; Mrs.
Linda Slaughter, of Washington, and
Mrs Mary L. Stew, of California, were
put in nomination for vice president
Mrs. Stew received the largest number
of votes for vice president
The platform reads as fellows;
Whereas, Under the fourteenth amendment
no citben Is deprived e! the fninchl.se through
law, but by custom and habit; therefore be IV
Ilcnolved, That we, the representative women
of America, aslc the efllwrs in charge of the
election precincts throughout the United
States, in the coming campaign, te give tn the
opportunity te cast our ballets en the lirst
Tuesday In November, ISJi for our candidates.
Resolved, That by the united efforts of the
women voters of this nation we will drive
anarchy, crime, insanity and drunkenness from
our midst by our humanitarian efforts bached
by the ballet
A Finnish Prisoner te be Ilelieuili'd und
Then Her lledy te Ik Horned.
IlELSlNOPens, rjept in. The court of
appeals of Finland has net only re
fused te commute, but has increased
the severity of the sentence in the case
of Mrs. Anna Saine, who was sentenced
te denth for the murder of her husband,
a professor of the Finland State col cel col
lege. Mrs. Salne was younger than
her husband. According te her confes
sion she had become involved in debt
and concluded te take her husband's
life in order te obtain the amount
(equal te about $2,500) for which he
was insured. He was sick, and Instead
of giving him his regular medicine,
she gave him a capsule contain
ing strychnine. She was sentenced
te be beheaded and her body
burned. Clemency was asked en the
ground that she hns a babe still
at the breast A petition has been ex
tensively signed asking the czar, who
is grand duke et Finland, te commute
the sontenee. The sentence of the court
of appeals of Finland decrees of Mrs.
Salne, that having first had an oppor
tunity te listen te the ministrations of
a clergyman, and being prepared te die,
she shall have her right hand cut off
and then be beheaded.
A Sporty Parson.
Dbtheit, Mich., Sept S3. Rev. J. W.
Arney, who made a reputation because
he raced horses week days and preached
rattling geed sermons Sundays, and
who was thrown out of the Methodist
church for it Is going back te the
pulpit He, however, will race the sea
son out, having wen six first purses In
the Greenville meet and lowered
Guarantee's record te 3:20. Thursday
he sold Mentie Patchen and Tillle S te
Munistee parties for $1,200 each, with
permission te fill out the season with
them. He leaves the track and sulkey
in two weeks, just In time te ask the
conference for a pulpit
Hr. Harrison's Condition.
Washington, Sept 23. Mrs. Harri
son passed u comparatively comfort cemfort comfert
oble day, end Thursday evening was re
ported te be stronger and better in
every way than 6he was during the last
few days of her stay In the mountains.
An improved appetite is one of the
ment favorable symptoms in her cese,
and Thursday for the first time In ever
two weekb she was able te partake of
solid feed in the form of a small piece
Union City, Ind., Sept 23. Frederick
J. Denten, an operator en the St Leuis
division of the Ulg Four was killed
here Thursday evening. Ills parents
live In Winchester, and while en a va
cation he visited in this city. In at
tempting te get en a freight train te go
home he struck a switch and was
thrown under the train, cutting both
legs and ene arm off.
Heuicsteud inciters Indicted.
PiTTSiiuiteii, Sept 23. The grand
jury returned true bills Wednesday
against 107 Homesteaders for murder
and aggravated riot It is net known
when the trials will begin. Among the
indictments are three for murder
ugainst Hugh O'DonnelL Hugh Ress
and Ilurgcss McLuckie. O'Denncll is
also indicted for riot and conspiracy.
It is net known when the trials will
Thresher Want Mere Wages.
Aukhdeen, 8. D,, Sept 23. Threshing
hands in this vicinity are en u strike
for higher wages. They have been paid
(2.25 a day. The strike is rapidly ex
tending and may involve the whole of
Itrewn and adjoining counties. Fer two
duys this city has been overrun with
the strikers, but se far the police seem
te have them under control.
The Mery Mottled.
Uosten, Sept 23. Lizzie Berden's
attorneys deny the report that she ever
consulted a lawyer In Providence or
anywhere else concerning the dispo
sition of the property of her father.
Anniversary of the First French
The Loyalists Were Se Few as te Be
Cven Uztreuie Socialists Jein In the Fes
tivities In Purls A Grand Gala Day In
the City 1 he Flag or the Itepuh
He Displayed Uvcrywherc,
Paths, Sept 23. One hundred years
age, Thursday, was the first day of the
year one of the republic, following the
revolution. Thursday was also the cen
tennial of the 'Cannonade of Vtilmy,"
the first triumph of the republican
nrtns. On September 22, 1702, the
Prussians, under the duke of Bruns
wick, were advancing toward Paris,
driving the army of Gen. Doumeuriez
before them. Gen. Kellcrmann, com
manding the army of the
Rhine, hastened te the relief of
Dumeuricz with 20,000 men. A
battle or skirmish was fought at Valmy
and the Prussians were compelled te
retire. Fer his services en that day
Kellcrmann was subsequently cre
ated duke of Valmy by Napeleon the
It was determined te celebrate the
two events In an appropriate marker,
and M. Bouvard, architect of the city of
Paris, wus appointed commissioner-general
of the fetes. He drew up pro pre
grammes and everybody is high in
praise of the manner in which all the
details were carried out
Royalists were absent but net con
spicuously se, as they have dwindled
down te such a small coterie, and their
absence was almost unnoticed. Beth
the national and municipal govern
ments joined in making the celebration
a success, and the extreme socialists
went hand in hand with the moderate
republicans In doing honor te the day
which, while it saw the proclamation
of the republic, also saw the beginning
of the reign of terror.
The flag of the republic was every
where displnyed, and the statues and
monuments of the great men of the rev
elutien were decorated and adorned.
Every public building was also deco
rated. Twe grand historical precessions en
the right and left banks of the Seine
were the great spectacular features, and
songs and representations of patriotic
scenes In the early struggle of repub
lican France against allied Europe kept
the multitude In a fever of enthusiasm.
The central and leading1 ceremony
was at the Pantheon, where President
Carnet the minister of state and the
leading military commanders, as well
as members of the senate and chamber
of deputies, were present The great
figure of France distributing wreaths
te her sons was glorified with the tri
color, and the decorations were espe
cially impressive at the representation
of liberty protecting her illustrious
In honor of the president the figure
of the great Carfeet of the first republic
was especially conspicuous, for both
the profusion and the artistic character
of the decorations. The figure of Na Na
eoleon Bonaparte was adorned, as well
as the rest where It stands among the
distinguished soldiers of the republic
and the empire, reminding the specta
tors of the assertion of Prince Victer
Bonaparte in Wednesday's manifesto,
that in celebrating the day they were
celebrating the services of Napeleon.
Although excellent order was gener
ally preserved, some of the scenes were
calculated te make Royalist bleed run
cold, and especially the unconcealed
rejoicing ever the fate of King Leuis
and his family. The anarchists who
meditated trouble were In tee signifi
cant minority te mar the harmony of
Gave Away Ills Heme.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept 23. Samuel M.
Inman, tle great southern cotton deal
er, has made ever te a beard of ladles
his residence and a let worth 3100,000 te
be used as en orphan asylum. He also
gives $30,000 cash te maintain it An
equal amount has been subscribed by
ether gentlemen. The institution Is te
be named "The Jennie D. Inman Or
phanage" in honor of the memory of
Mr. Inman's late wife.
True te Ills Werd.
Ft. Wayne, Ind., Sept 23. Wm. J.
Meran, a prominent citizen, told his
family he was going te kill himself
Wednesduy night and went te bed.
The family paid no attention until sev
eral hours later, when he was found te
be In n stupor. A physician was called,
and pronounced the case one of mor
phine poisoning, but could net reliove
him. He died at an early hour Thurs
The Plague Mtempeil Out.
New Yerk, Sept 23. There were no
new eases or suspected eases of ohelera
reported te the beard of health Thurs
day morning, and President Wilsen
seems te be of the opinion that the
dreaded disease had been nipped in the
bud. There are new only seven houses
In the city under quarantine, but says
Dr. Wilsen, even this is merely a pro pre
caution. Killed Three Emigrants.
Sihley, la., Sept 2a A disastrous
wreck occurred en the Burlington read
between that place and Ochoyeden.
Freight Na 0, east-bound, was going at
a hign rate of speed when the track
slipped from under It end precipitated
an engine and sixteen cars down a ten-
feet embankment Three emigrants
Papal Pilgrimage te He Postponed.
Reme, Sept 23. It is understood that
because of the cholero in various places
In Europe, the pepe will cause the
usual October pilgrimage te Reme te be
postponed. Tbe holding of the papal
:onsistery will also be delayed for a
ceuple of months for the same reason.
Minister Kgaa Coming Iletun.
Panama, Sept 23. United States
minister te Chill Patrick Egan has ar
rived here. He will leave for the
United States at the first opportunity,
CONDENSED NEWS. &
Gathered Frem All Parts of the Country
At Tlpperary, Father Humphreys has
been retnunded for trial for Intimi
New Yerk aldermen are talking of
changing the nurne of the Bowery te
Seuth Third avenue. A pretest is go
Dr. Edward Cuppe, of Yale college,
has accepted the position of assistant
professor In Greek at the Chicago uni
versity. The Londen Telegraph states that
Alfred Rothschild will be one of the
English delegates te the International
The perte has revived the question of
closing the American mission schools in
the Turkish dominion unless they arc
controlled by Turkish elllclals.
J. S. Hirsch, a newspaper man, was
horsewhipped Wednesday by a Phila
delphia actress named Lizzie Gonzales,
because he wrote a harsh notice of the
show at Denver.
Charles Stevens, a well-known young
printer and man about town, committed
suicide at his home In Seuth Frankfort,
Ky., Thursday afternoon. Stevens was
addicted te drink.
The Sovereign Grand Ledge of Odd
Fellows Thursday decided te held the
next annual meeting in Milwaukee.
The vote was as follews: Milwaukee,
101; Chattanooga, Tenn., 53.
Prince Anten Radziwit one of the
most popular noblemen In Germany,
has become suddenly insane at Ledz, in
Russian Poland, while en route te join
the czar's hunting party at Spala.
Nicholas Pepe, a colored man, of Ne.
310 Stene alley, Columbus, O., ate noth
ing but cheese for dinner, and then died
suddenly. He lived unhuppily with his
wife, and the coroner will Investigate.
At the meeting of the Mississippi Suf
frage association at Des Moines, la.,
Thursday three babies were christened
by Rev. Olympia Brown, of Wiscon
sin. The babies were dedicated te the
Frank Glever, cx-champlen heavy
weight pugilist of Illinois, died at Chi
cago Thursday morning, aged twenty
nine years. His death was caused
by tuberculosis of the stomach and
A disease, something like the flux,
has been at Jeffersen ville, O., and in
the surrounding vicinity for some time.
Jehn Cellins, living near here, burled
one child en Saturday and another one
Henry .1. Selden, aged 03, was seized
with a paralytic stroke while descend
ing a stairs at his home in Cincinnati
He fell forward te the lwttem, and re
ceived injuries which proved fatal in a
Edward Behn, engineer of Oravesen's
Freestone works, Cincinnati, was clean
ing a pulley ever winch runs an eight
inch belt, Thursday morning. His head
was caught between the belt and
swiftly revolving wheel, and he was in
ine attorney-general rendered an
opinion Thursday In which he holds
that building and lean associations can
net pay expenses of operating from gen
eral funds, but may borrow for this
purpose un amount net in excess of the
earnings of the current year. This ap
plies te Ohie.
CINCINNATI, Sept 2a
PLeni Winter patent, 3.1XKJ4.23; fancy.
I3.30&3W; family, U5032.fiS; extra, il02,25;
low grade, ll.COZOO; spring patent, R2S&1.M;
spring fancy, SJ.60S3.S5; spring family, taoea
a: Rye flour, saeuaara.
Wheat Geed samples of Na 2 red were In
fair consumptive demand end firm, but there
were some lets offered which had buyers et no
better than 70271c, according te quality and
requirements. Ne. 3 red had a wide range, be
ing quotable by sample at G.VSWa
Cen The market was irregular. High mixed
and Ne. 2 yellow shelled samples were in de
mand and sold at a premium ever Ne. 2 white,
being held according te quality at M&2c, while
Na white was freely offered et aec. Ear corn
was scarce and iirm at S2QMC asked for prime
te choice samples.
Oats The market was Jinn in tone with a
fair demand, Ne. 2 mixed being quotable at
334Q34c, and Ne 2 white at 3t3V&37a sales of
Na 2 mixed, spot, traefc. et S3e; Na a white,
spot truck, at 31c.
ItYB Was quiet, cash Ne. 2 being firmly held
at ftta. Ne sales reported.
Cattld Shippers; Geed te choice, 94. 1SI.03;
common te fair, IIO031.OU, Oxen; Geed te
choice, Kl2T3l.0O; common te fair, taoe&aOO;
select butchers, M 00125; fair te geed, 0.0)3
3.90; common, J2.0O12.Mi Heifers: Geed te choice
heavy, SJ.OOaaJO; geed te choice light. !2..V3
3.00, common te fair. J1.SU3-W.
Hoes Select heavy and prime butcher, 15.10
5t), fair te geed packing, U0&MV; com
mon and rough, H&SA.00; fair te geed light,
tS.0O35.35; fat pigs. M.5(X350U
Siiekp awd Lamu1 Sheep Wethers and
yearlings, $4.5035.00. fat ewes, M.Q024.50; com
mon te fair mixed, i2.7Sa7&; stock ewes, taoe
I 0U Lntnb-Best shippers, U 7535.25; com
men te fair, W.2S&I.75; butchers'. taSOaaOO;
Nrw YenK, Sept 23
Wheat Steady; December, 81 15-W3S2 MSe.
Rye Nominal; western, 843870.
Cern Weak; Na 2, N.'S3Mc; Ooteber, 53e;
November, 53)ie; December, 54 Ne; May, i&Aa.
Oats Dull steady; October, S7XC- Novem
ber, S5H; western, 4V43W4c
Daltuiehb, Sept 2a
Wheat Steady: Na 2 red spot and Septem
Coun Firm; mixed snot and September, 53c
bid October, 52e.
Oats-DuII but steady; Na 2 white western,
Fleuh ane Grain. Cesh quotatiens: Fleur
steady and unchanged; Na 2 spring wheat,
74 e; Na3 spring wheat, OftafleHcj Na 2 red,
74a; Na 2 corn. 45He; Na 2 eats,
33e; Na 2 white, 34e; Ne. 8 white, 31(3
S3e; Na 2 rye,57e; Na 2 barley, 653We; NaS
f. a b., 41365c, Ne. 1,U b., SS357e; Na I flax
1'niLADr.tpniA, Sept 2a
Wheat Opened a shade easier, but after
ward recovered and closed J3e higher. Ne.
2 red In expert elevator, 75e; Na t red
spot, 7&tt375)ic: October, 7a370Uc.
Ceiin In absence of speculative trading,
prices of options arc wholly nominal; local cer
lets quiet; 'ungraded mixed cm track, 54 Na 8
mixed for local trade, 55Me; Na 2 mixed Sep.
Oats Na 2 white scarce and steadily held,
free offerings of ungraded and the lower grades;
futures dull; Na 3 white, 37ttc; Na 2 white,
41e; Na 2 white September, 40i24Kc.
Teledo, 0.,'Sept 2a
Wheat Firm and higher; NaZ cahT4!e;
September, 74he; December, .TS,H7Hei May,
CeiiN-Dull; Na 2 cash. 47a
Oath Quiet; cash. SSe.
RTK-Dull; rash, 53a
Clevih-siku Active and nrm; prime ch,
October nd November, te.lt; December, Rae,
Na t, tee.
te $n' much nhetit nut
but we pause te luimh with these who
laugh and remark Unit the bin piespccts
are just new about ns encouraging as one
could ask for
HENRY 0HT, 3IAYSVILLE.
State National Bank
saurian .. .. uo,eoo
DO A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C H. 1'kabek, Cashier.
W H Cox, I'rwlrtent.
J no. 1'ij.ks. Vlif-1'rraldeiit.
Allen A, Edmonds,
ru2Li: li:;e: it;.
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
K11MIST0N & KIN.NKMAN, Met.
WILL E. BURTON
Sept. 29th, te Oct. 1st.
Dr. MORRIS H. PHISTER,
Makes a specialty or Chronic Diseases of
every charact er, prominent amount,' which are
JVYittif t'lirarrciA, Threat ami Limy Treubltn.
Piles and Fistula cured by a new system of
Palnlesf and llloedless surgery. Calls an
swered promptly. Oitlce corner Third and
Hud Williams Is no lenircr In my employ.
Persons havinjrbuflness with me will please
call at my office, Ne. 0 East Third street.
It. H. NKWELL.
''?i7iW!l fll r
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Kirit That AII011 drover, Cnl vert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. iltes, II. V.
Kces iwd William Mnnley h7e become In
corporated by virtue of the prevision of the
General Statutes or Kentucky uuder the nnme
of Shannen Htid Ferman Chapel Turnpike
Company, and the principal place of transact
Inir business U ut the ri-sldciice of Jehn IJ.
Monition, fci., .Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature et the business pro
posed te be transacted is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnpike
read f row the Sardis Turnplke Head near the
terks or Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Ferninii's Chape), a distunce of
about two and a half mile.
Third The capital stock or said corpora
tion is six thousand dollars. In shares of
twenty-five dollars cuch, the privnte stock te be
paid in upon call of the Directors, and the
stock of Masen county lti accordance with re re
(iilrcinentsef theorderer the Court of Claims
of Maaeti county.
Fourth Said corporation shnll commence
huslnt'i". as seen as two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te the capital sleck and shall con
tinue in existence fifty years.
Filth The affairs nt the corporation are te
be conducted by a President and 11 Heard or
Directors, flve in number, a Secretary and
TreBMin-r, all or whom are te be stockholders
In said corporation. The first set or eillcers
shall be Alien Orever, President; H. V. Hees,
Cnlvurt C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wil
liam Manlcr and Henry A. Hees, Directers:
Kdward F. Hernden, Secretary; II. W. Hees,
Treasurer, and they shnll held their ellices
until theilrst Monday In April, ISO, and until
their successors aie chosen and qualified: and
every ilrst Mendny In April thereafter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, and a Secrctnry and
Treasurer by the President and Heard or Di
rectors te held ler the ensulnv rear and until
their succcs-orserorhoien and qualified.
Sixth The lmlfbtedties of sld corpora
tion shall at no time e.xceed the sum et flve
Seventh The private property et the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debt of ald corporation.
April lath, IK.
EDWAHD F. HEHNDON,
IIENHV A. WHES,
H. W. HEES.
mm DRUG STORE
A First-claxs Line of
Found iu a Dniir Stere.
IWYjiR & EEYN0LDS.
M PURE DRUGS!
I'.imts, and Oils, Beit Brushes,
Fin est ?;eap and Perfumes, the
I'h-iii'i-st Assortment of Fancy
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