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B WEDNESIjAy AUGUST pi, ?P3.
Hr V ' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
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LhihB.w t fiMrlct Judge, Woren N. Dutonboroy
' Clerk, (Jeorge IlavercAmp
K.r' Av Court Stenographer, Moot Roborts.
B ',' jLTJAH, COtfrjTY" OFFjCERS.
Hi '-3& Xtf&mos O Hulloclt. PI. Grove.
K , b. MtlUTSK Jumps II Terry. I'iivboii.
ihihB 3 ( w 11. Winn Leb.1.
Blti , "Str".. Jed J Mercer. American Pork
'V fT CJcorgo llnytrcnmp. Proo
LbIbV -JS. wfcf Ueorgo A Storrn, Provo
i , jjwnff Ilyrum i Thomas, Provo
K 5w'15Tea8Urr .. .Kllen Jakornan
KitfJ Vxojoouttnj Attorney Samuel A. King, 1'rnvo
KC3 Surrjyor.. .:... Andrew Adarason, Am. I-'ork
LaaK S ftuP' Schools. . . J. 1. llrotfn. l'l. Urovo
Vt'V Quarantine I'liYilclun -Dr. Allen, Provo
H'V PROVO CITY OFFICERS.
HK $., Mayor HatnucHJ Jones
K 1 Councilors
kf Vlrat Wnrd.. .. IJrlif Johnson, Thomas Ipctlry
r Second II. J. V Cloddard Vr. 11 Jiroreton
B; Third .E. V. Vincent. A. W. Hnrd'na
B Fourth" .Thomas Murtln, John E. llooti.
F Kifth " W. M. MoKendrlck.-J. II. Kwlcr
Itecorder Lnrs I.. Nelson
B Marshal Nowol Knight
H. Treasurer Mnrylloshurd
1 Justice of tbo i'caco Alnnzo A. Noon
r j jClty Attorney Thomas John
j tiupcrlntendent Waterworks J, R Armltstcud
1 Quarantine 1'bysU'lati Dr. BImmotis
sssssml. waterrauster and Uoad Bjpor f. IC. I-'arrcr
BIV OityHexton T. II Clult
B nrocijlct W.J. Taylor
I l NEIGHBORHOOD.
BM, Jus- h Raoon of Salt Laicc city was
Bgrj I'rovo on business last Saturday.
Bv Editor Warren Festur of tlio Living
B Jssues, w8 in I'rovo Friday oil business,
-Pj-'octor Robinson of Fillmore was n
town Inst wupk vlsitlufr friends mid
' Mrs. Radnor of Suit Luko GRy is in
M tho Garden CUv visiting Dr. Taylor
H ? and
BB Edwnril Plko, cpuntv nttornuy for
l v Jno county, "was' In Provn for a few
B bnurs last Saturday.
B , Marrlogo liconso was granted Tliurs-
B t day to John ltawllpps, irpiI 67, nnd
;. Martinn Cllihsfonson, agod-io.
B It. S. Hlncs Is lmviiiK tlio Falaco
& saloon newly pnintcd and pnprrcd and.
H ethprwlso flUod up In (Irqt-nlrts stylo.
g Dcforu school starts mothers shoiild
Iiave thefr children call on Dr. Snyder
iver Smoot Drug Storo and Iinvo their
V teoth examined."
m E, II, Sparks, Jr., representing tho
B J. G. McDonald Candy Cp. vns dolnt;
ft i '' jiuslncss vlVl oir liiciil merchants last
t-jj'rJ flny and Sntarday.
K "' MnnnucrAV. H, Wilson ot thu Un-
Bh dine 'initio cntun up from Till tic to
B Bp'crid Sunday. Uu" reports the mine
B" looking "finer than silk."
m John II. MoCVystnl, suparlntondcnt
B of the Oodlra mine at Etueku, was in
B town last Tuesday on 'his wny from
Bl ephl to the great Tlntlo camp.
S ' Sun ford Wilson, was Irjwl yrldny bo"
M fore"jistico A. i. Booth on a oh a mo of
m unlawfully selllnir liquor at Oouevn,
B He was found gullty'niut lined $12.50,
B'-.. The It. G. W. will soil tickets to
B,: pmnha and return for $?S, September
---A" loth and 11th. limited to September
H 8th. trhls' will bo tlio cheapest rate of
H S(ud.Qtts from tlui different parts of
B Ulnl'i' and cBurroiindlng ntntcs hno
B began to be (weapon the stroets. Sonio
H are busy reutlilg rooms fur tlio school
lkflKbnad others hiding boardlntr'
H .. ,' l?r9t. Geino'CvSCIflrey of the Onl--
'' ,wfiy "o "UtijYi;- whoTT&Miy Mrs. -v.
B ft AUx4hderotTrovo,amfW;Q4au,o
H .tf LewU'b'f Salt LttKo City. lott)hday
m vxcxTqwb," visit with relatives at K,b
m . Juab ounty.
K- -l State Senator 9- Wfm r
M 5lr, maoout is a ho'd-ovor fiouUtor, U
H Isiutiuch Democrat and J. proai d-
intly spoken of us a caudltlnto for tho
nver of Congress.
H '' more, whcrO ho has hoou visiting
Hk ,, Prof, ,E. S. Hlnckloy and Prof. Wolfs,
B f hot ivof tho 11. Y. A left Sunday for
m i American Fork cunvon to nttond tho
H ptnh County Teacher's Institute. Prof.
M IUncksy wlll'lvo n cdurso of lectures
BF tlpon ucolonlpal cubjects, nnd Prof.
B Wolfe upbn sifbjects of botany.
B' ) I. X). Hunks, local Eureka ipnoagor
K' tot Taylor liros. Co., camp" back lust
B TUnrsday urenlng from hU eastern
B Ulp. M)-. l.a,uks reports a very plena-
B, ant visit In litsvold' homo in Vermont',
B " ind nliw In Colorado. Ha loft Sun-
B' day m'ofnliif; for his field of labor In'
B""' oFtldayji veJy loaannt social party
BB M tWuit at Mr. an'( Mrs. I)r Bjch
MB . rd's'bnrae In honor of llielr departing
s Jm Jrltmilfe, the Missel DusQItbmry nffd
ylsffi; ' ,rOWn Duenterry, Owen with his
BbBB tbr anil'slsjers lnve for EUreit
BW- .i. op the 1st of Sfipttmiber to enpaco In
kHH the btl buelnu8. " '
BwL rfnU fidwla S, Hlnckloy of tho TJ. Y
BESSwBf a . '' Vf l18'08 Thursday evening
WfejR'ilJI'IMII HMUwlU L4UUy, UtjH; liaTi.T
Btf solin T. Mlllr 'bavla becD
i i IHM.I"' '"'"I'Tll H""i "'
laboring for the psst week In tho In
teroJt of tho U. Y. Acadomy. Ho, ns
well us many of tho other' professors'
who have been cauviissing I'i tho in
terest of Hip Mtno school report good
prospects of a larger nttfindancn of
students at tho I). Y, A, tli'ao nt any
The following county oflleiols wont
to Lchl Thursdny to pay tholt last re
spects to their Into and honorablo co
laborer, who died August 23rd from
.ippondecotls, Comtnlsiloncr W. II.
Winn: Sheriff Storra, Depiitlos Ilet.ry
nnd Knowldcn, Clerk Ilnvcrcnmn,
Treasurer Mrs. .fakeman, Deputy
am Atlornoy Samuel A. King.
For tho State. Democratic convention
nt Salt Lake City, September Ittli, and
the Slntu Populist cnnrnntlon nt the
same place Soptembor ISth, the II. G.
W. will mnko n tale of one single faro
for tio round trip ($1.1)0 from Provo) (o
Halt Lake Ciiy nnd return. Soiling
dntes Soptembor 1.1th, 14th nnd 15(li,
Limited to Septombor 17th. Four fast
trains way dully.
Monday Alox Iledquosi, mnnngcr of
tho Smoot Drug company, was thrown
from a liorsu nt 7 o'clock which re
jilted in a badly broken collar bono
and many minor woundi. lion found
Mr. Ilodquest was Just rallying from
tho unconscious slate resultant from
his full, tlio cause of which was, a liqrse
which ho was loading stepping over thu
rope and thereby frlghtoned. becamp
fractious with tho above mentioned
Idonday about 11:80, tho lire depart
ment wus summoned to Flist stroet,
hotweon U and II streets, to stop a flro
which was rapidly consuming thu home
of Mr. NIoIh Jonson. The tiro depart
ment did not arrive until thu rpof Mas
badly burnt, which wll nccesiltato n
removal. The lire originated where
tho stovepipe pauses through tho roof,
tho pTpO becoming heated Ignited lh
vood'lu contact with It. Duiuago Iq
estimated nt $300.
Tho Army Mulo ami Ills Ilrlrrr.
, Tho management of the regular a.rmy
'111 tho Hold Is almost sordidly business
like but in to ond it makes for the
plcturesauc. Tho baegngo train, for
example, as It tolls down tho hlgh
wny, la superb. Tho wagons nro of a
faded blue color and a bit bettered,
but thoy aro llkq those voterans you
sometimes' boo at encampments. Tho
old nrmy overcoat thoy have resur
rected for tho occasion lias faded to
tho palost of. blues, nud tho wearer Is
a bit battered. He Is sound ut the
coro, though, am so aro those lumber
ing carayari? that havo como nil tho
way from' Fort Rono and farther.
Thoy lurch through the sand and over
tho rocka of tho Florida highway, and
nothing gives. Thoy are plied high
with tcnta and Kroasv eamn cnutnnirn
And boxes of ammunition. Six mules
draw them, nnd tho mules aro admon
ished unceasingly In a profano mono
tonia by Oj powerful person, vho haa,
loomed, to drlyo with ouq rIn, The
most poetlo and scductlvo names np
poar with wnut might at first blush
seem startling lrrelovaucy, considering
tho gonernl context of tho driver's ro
marks. One is surprlsod to hear him
couple tho names of Lena, Paulina and
Sadlo with his frantic exhortations ai
U'tho rights of; tho road, and tho propor
conduct of an nrmy mule. Still, I soo
no reason why ovon on army mulo
should not bo gracod with a romantic
natuo. Life at licit can hold bo llttlo
tor tin nrmy mulo. Chlcano Journal,
To Keep th Hair CuJy.
"fit Case tho government weather
breeder continues 'to give us this hor
rid, sticky Woatber that would take,
the Tdnk out of a poodle's hnlr," said a
cluver girl, "I'll tell you a secrot which
will koep the curl in tho most hnnp-.
essly fltralght haluJWrTT Involves a
wd'S t0 "jybarbarlo eurl paper, I,
must CSitrWell, first ojf alt tljo hair
by tho thoroughly shampooed, and,
ottenoxway, this should not bo dono
In if than pneo In throo weeks, oven
woJumuaor. It not only Injures
gkman'a crowning glory, but nlsq.
Hkes It unmanageable. At night,
Brhen rotlrlnf,', that part of tho hair
which Is worn waved or curled should
bo wet In wator in which a little borax
has beon dissolved, and then rolled up
on eurl papers. Caro should bo. taken
not to hayo 'Cho hair too wet, Kext
morning there Is n natural-looking.
light, dry, fluffy curl in tho hair which
deflos ovon this sticky, muggy, curl-do-
stnictlvo weather. Even this, with tho
lntonso beat, will not change tho curls
Into strings beforo It is time to conflno
them into pnpors again," .
Dog Taxes In Germany,
Dog taxes aro giving trouble to Ger
man military men. The Herzog Karl
ot Meckleuburg-Strelitz Infantry regi
ment No. 43 enJoyB the distinction of
Delng tho only regiment in the Gor
man army wuo9 bass drum is drawn
in a little cart by dogs. It won tho
honor by Its gallantry In, tho war of
1SGG against Austria, when it capfuiod.
tho boss drum and cart of an Austrian
regiment. It refused to pay u tax on
tho dogs nt Konjcsborg on the ground
that they were useful and not a lux
ury, but was compelled to pay, aa tho
law gives full power to tax all dogs to
tho local authorities,
I. Hill, the well .known cigar man,
representing tho Syms Utah Groqer
CovfUllje'in Provo this week placing
his wgll itnunn )VnmU with the loc41
uvrtiara. If yoir Willi "trjroilU ttilU'uCr
caHforthti "Solo Dent."
mam swaws swwliiiWtHMMwMi ishhwum
I ! ML I Hill ISMSl-i ,m MT WKMi STS I llll
QOHEB FIND IN THE PACIFIC.
De'roitct Canoe with a Lot of Fish
lMekril Up by n Slorclmnttimn.
From the Baltimore Sun:' On board
tho Hawaiian bark 'Iolanla thoro Is a
curiosity In a native ennoo mado by
soino of thq pacific Islnndora. WhTle
on the voyage from Honolulu last Au
gust for Hong Kong to load matting
for Baltimore an object was seen In
tho water tp the Icoward. Captain
McClure changed his courBo, and, run
ning cIobo to It, found It to bo a mam
moth canoo. Ho had tho shin's car-
pontor put Into tho canoe, which was
nonrly filled with water. When onco
Insldo It wns almost Imposslblo to,
stand up on its slippery bottom. To
mnko hlB position moro exciting tho
carpenter was seen fighting with a
large fish, which wan making desper
atp efforts to escape from tho boat. A
sharp hook was thrown tho carpenter,
and It was not until ho had stabbed tho
fish several times that It waB conquer
ed, When the canoo was hoisted on
board a number of small fish wero
found swimming about. Tho large
flsh weighed seven pounds. The ca
noo Is twenty-flvo feet long, cut out of
a solid log, with rearing onds, which
would glvo tho log It was hown from
a diameter of at least Ave feet. Thoro
la not a scmblanco pf Iron abont It,
but along tho gunwnlcB nro. holes In
which lacings of liltlo thongs aro used
to hold to and for serving the oars.
Places aro cut out ror the thwarts,
which wero mado of plocca of bamboo
placed In the niches whtlo wet nnd
allowed tp shrink. Thero Is nloo a
place In tho bottom to step u mast.
Capt. McCluro thinks tho canoe bo
longed to EQtno ot tho natives ot Ual
Ungtang Island, In tho Haslice group,
from which the Iolanl was about twen
ty miles when tho curlouB vessel wan
picked up. Tho presenco of tho flsh
could not he accounted for.
Tho Rio Colorado, between Arizona
and California, Is even a worso stream
for changing' lta course. During the
freshets in June, July and August tho
Colorado was navigated In the early
days by a stern-wheeler from Yuma to
tho mouth of the Grand canyon. To
ward tho end of the high water an
army paymaster and his escort under
took ono year to mako tho trip from
Vuma to Fort Mohave. Tho water was
falling qulto rapidly and they had
many days and ulghts of worry and
toll iu gottlng over sand bars. Fin
nlly they stuck fast, and tho efforts of
soldiers and boatmen could not release
tho boat. Night coming on, worn out
nnd weary, thoy decided to rest until
morulug nnd then tnko a new start.
They awoko In tho morning on what
resembled n part of a dry, sandy Colo
rado desert. Not a drop of water was
In sight, nnd, after exploring for sev
eral hours, thoy found thu liver, 'seven
miles away, meandering along aa
peacefully aa If nothing out of tho tibial
had happened. It Is needless 4o say
thoy finished their Journoy by wa&on
train, and mulo power. In some futuro
ago a remarkable discovery may bo
made of a river steamer-burled In tho
Band miles and miles from any water.
Woman's SnfFriigc Association.
Saturday Inst the Woman's Suffrage
Association of Provo, under tho ca.il of
President Bullock, hail v, preliminary
meeting for tho purpose of electing
delegates to the meeting of the Suf
frage Woman's Association of Utah
coun.ty to bo hold the following Tues
day at this place,
Ono of tho objects of the meeting
was stated to bu tO'Couslder the ctuii'ges
that have ben mado against the com
petency ot fotnalo ofllcers nnd the
smtemeuts current that tho suffrage
WOtuca, o( Utah uuimty will not support
any womon who may run for ullloo,
Tho organization Is confliiout that it
can effect much good and quccecd in
dlsjiQlllug tiny rumors as to tho Incom
petency of femalo oillclals, und that
the biiflrago women or Utah county nro
willing to support that candidate for
lafjrllcau'ale or femule. whoso abll
tvwlll cuaruTnrerf:piUWL em-
clf nt discharge of duties lncumbcut on
Tho iromurks derogatory of women's
odleluls ability seem to be unwarranted
nud In duo justice to all n meeting was
deemed mcossary to bo called tci Con
sider tho charge above named, and de
termine their justification.
As por Saturday' nrrangoment a
mooting was held Tuesday, und a sot
Of resolutions preparud by a duly ap
pointed comtnlttoo was presented by
Secretary Pratt, Tho Enquirer of same
dato reports that a commlttoo of ladles
was present to down that "llttlo
scheme." Tho committee wus there,
composed ot ladles herotoforo unldonti
lied with tlio suffrage movement, to
gether with two who" after originally
supporting tho proposed resolutIons,uor
after tho exercisos of party business
eprosscd opposition, Thu Enquirer's
supporters In cho mooting wero tho
only a'tteudtfnta who attempted to in
ject paity politics' into the mooting
Tho rosolutloiis, howovor, passod by n
Yoto which wo regard ns pruotlcally
unanimous. Full report of resolutions
will uppoar Saturday.' . f
Probato Court ami Other Mattery.
August 26 Tho niHttor ef tho estate
of John J. lileClulhui was sot for hoir:
log on, return of salo of real estuto on
Monday", September 13th.
Tlie 'matter of t'hd estate of 'C. W.
Wright was set for hoai log on return
of talo of perso'ual propprjy for Septem
ber 7th. : - ' '
Tho case of Labina A. Oaudland, vs,
Albel'L It1, UIKIiuIuV (initio oIl'l'U'-W
heard on Uotoult. Dccroo of dlvorco
.-.;;,v,:'-','....,' " -
waj ortioied, CS alimony per month and
$20 attorney fees.
Mrs. Cnndland siiejj for, divorce on
tho grounds of failure to provide, nud
that tho children, seven In number,
wero not clotlmd dooeutly.
Thecuio of IHnli County Savings
Bank vs. J. V Noyos camo up to heard
on default. The defendant borrowed
money on a promissory nolo and fulled
to pay In bjuclflcd tlmo. Evldnnco wns
produced nnd decree for plaintiff for
8129.20 and Wt for attorney fees aud
Spanish Fork City vs. N. Rockhlll
camo up to be heard on nppcal from
Spanish Fork precinct. Motion to dis
miss wns donled nnd caso set for hoar
lug September 12th.
August 27 In tho case of II. F. Mil?
nor rs. D. M. MoPhorsnn, Mr. James
Mci'liorson was substituted In place of
D. M. Mci'liorson, the defendant. Tho
caso wn ?et for hearing on demurror
op Monday next,
lb was ordered by tho court that a
petit Jury be drawn on August 30th.
Venire rotarnablo September 10, 1808,
ut 10 o'clock.
August 20 Tho dlvorco caso of Mr.
Ttagor vs. Mlnnlo Ragor, whoielii the
plaintiff sues for dlvorco; motion for
continuance beard and granted, nnd
trial cot for hoaring September 12th.
Tho case of the State of Utah against
Thomas Ennis ct :1. camo before court
Monday morning. Defendants wore
arraigned; Information rond and copy
furnished onci defendant. John E.
Booth was appointed to defend nnd 4
p. m. set to plead. Each defendant
pleaded not guilty for himself.
The caso of Mllner vs. McPlursou
camo up to be hoard on demurrer. Tho
case wns argued and submitted.
A now trial was granted nnd ordered
by court In tho caso of R. D. Swnscy
vs. Ilathonliropk e t al. which wns here
to foio argued on motion fur new trial,
Tho pltintlfT look oxceptlon.
James C. Paulson of Pleasant Grovo
was atralgned this morning. Infor
mation was read and defendant plead
not guilty of the charge of murder In
tho second decree.
Tho e.i?o ot A. Andcrsou vs, U. Cluff
came bcfoic court Monday morning on
motion to place causo on calnntlcr for
trial by thu plalntlll. Motion granted
upon condition that platnlllT pay dc
fendantSO.fiO on or before ls.t day of
Tho caso of State vs. Paul Sicwait
iyiis set for arraignment September 12.
Buyer vs. Iluutr, sot for August 30.
10 o'clock a. in., tQ bo heard on de
murrer. Thotno vs. Pleasant Qroyo City; tet
for August30, to bo heard on tiomurrcrj
Republican Stale Convention
ThcK. G. W- will soil tickets to Salt
Lako nud return at rato of ono slnlo
faro lor round trip ($1.00 from Provo)
fur this occasion. Selling dates Sep
tember 7th and 8th. Limited to Sep
tember 10th. Four trains each way
chilly. F. Foii'M, Agent,
IteanQiiotl It Out.
"Now, Tommy," enld the Sunday
school teacher to a member of tho 3u
venllo clasu, "which would you rather
bo, the wheat or tho tares?" "Tho
tares," anowerod Tommy. "Why, how
can you say that when you know
wheat represents the good and tares
tho bad?" "Oh, that's all right," ro
plled tho precocious youngstor, "tho
wheat gots thrashed, and tho tares
InKfTect July'tT,"? A
lhave ruovo von evst and soB'KiT'
Ho. 3 For Grand Junction
and points. East. 0:33 am
No. 4 For Grand Junction '
and points Enst 8:50 pm
No. 0 For SprltiEVlllo, This
tle Saiip,.t'o anil Richllold 0:83 p ui
No. 8 For Sprlngvllle. Span
Fork Puyson and Eureka 0:20 p m
LEAVE riiOYO FOU WEST.
No. 1 For Salt Lako City,
Qcdon and the West. . , li:13 a ui
No. 3 For Salt Lake City.
Ogdon and the west... 7;47 p m
NoC For Am. Fork. Lohl.
and Salt Lako City ... 0:58 p ra
No. 7 For Am. Foik, Lohl
and Salt Luke City 8:27 a in
AKU1VIS 1'IIOVO FROM EAST AND SOUTH
No. 1 From Denver, Grand
Jdnc. and points East 11:12 a m
No. 3 From Douvor, Grand
No. C Fr.nn Sprlngvllle, This-
tlo Sahjiete, Rlohlleitl 3:58 p m
No. 7 From Sprlngv'le, Span
ish F'k, Payson, Eureka 8;27 a in.
Aimiyi! at roo rnosr wist",
No. 3 From California. Oe-
don aud Salt Lako City 0.83 a m
No. 4 From California, Og
don aud Silt Lako City 8,60 n m
No. 0 From Salt Lako Olty,
Loin and American F'k 0:83 a ra
No. 8 From Salt Lake City,
Lehl and Amotlcau F'k 0:20 p m
The Only lino to Ogden and Donvor
without change Frco reeling chair
oars on through trains. Through
sleeping cars to'Donvor. Kansas City,
Chicago, Portlai)'1 nnjJ San Francisco.
Elegnnt equlppment, 3tfety, speed
aud comfort, -',
D, C. DODQE, S, II. BAB.COCUC
Gen'l Miitittntur. Tfaflld-Manaifor
'. ". w Al',isi'ni7
General Pussong r Agent.
ir.l mi- - -- i - - -
CuU f;or Deinoerntlc Primafic for
Tho Democratlo primaries for Provo
precinct aro hereby called to uitot at
tho fpllowlng places on, Monday ovon
lng, September B, jjl88, at 8 o'clock:
First wnrd, nt Webster sohool house,
Second ward, at county court houso;
Third wnrd, at Franklin fchool housoj
Fourth ward, atarkor school houso
(up-stalrs)i FifthTwanl, Parker school
Said primaries aro called for the fol
1. For tho election of dolegatos to
t)ia County convention to bo held In
Provo City, Soptembor 7, 1808.
2.---For tho nomination of delegates
to tho State convoutton to be held nt
Salt Lake, Soptembor ID, 1803.
8. For tho election of a chairman,
vlcc-chalrmnn, soorotary and trnasuror
for each of tho municipal wauls.
4. For the trniitmotion of suoh other
business as may regularly como boforo
The following Is tho apportionment
I JB jS
,--iii ii is i ii il ii i i n ' "mi fl
i imibi " ' ' --'- "' ' - '-' - - tnm niisiH
of delegate tQ bo nloct.cd by tho ra- B
spcctlvo vards to tho County convon. 'B
tlotr First ward, 0; Second ward, G; B
Thlnl wnrtl, 8; Fourtli ward, 5; Fifth fijfl
ward, 9. fB
Nominalluns of dolegatos to tho lB
State couvciitfon should bo mado iu B
nceunlanco with tho following nppor- B
tionmcnt; Flwt ward, 2; Second ward, MU
2; Third ward, 2; Fourth ward, 2; tTltlli B
ward, 3. B
All Democratic voters aro Invited tQ B
By order ot tho ward chairmen. B
Dated August 0t, 1803. B
Smoke tho lllo Grnndo cigar. Mado ' B
by J. W. Hurd, Ktroko, ytnh,. 9
jr& Latest Iinprovonicnt in jl J
flwwl Crown tiiid Brliljro ,Kkm
Wfar Work' f m
COLD CIASpti rpHB out which you see can '' 9
fSTwB I be romoycU from thd ST.' H
r-'FiffSEffiT'l mouth and cleans nnd Jf M
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and supplies of me. Please call and be convinced. H
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BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOE TRATELUNa
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