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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Huaif Williams, Editoi:.
Peogress Telephone No. 17.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1901.
The street fakir disturbs
trade and takes money out of
the country. As a rule, the
goods and wares he sells are i unusual authority to increase
vices, having now become the
colonel of the Thirty-seventh
United States volunteers. lie
characterized the bill as a
drastic measure and monopo
ly for the regular army offi
cers. The senator, being the
senior Democratic member
of the committee on military
affairs, is watching the bill
closely. He is not in favor
of lodging in the president
rIiowv, but shoddy, a fact
the unsuspecting purchaser
soon discovers to his sorrow.
The very highest possible
tax should be Imposed upon
The Fifty-second General
Assembly of Tennessee con
vened in Nashville Monday.
!N"ewton White, of Giles, was
elected speaker of the Sen
ate and E. B. Wilson, of
Sumner, speaker of the
House. The Governor's
message was sent in Wednesday.
the arrriv at his will. The
senator will likely make more
extended remarks on the
measure in the progress of
the discussion. His words
today in behalf of the volun
teers were heard with much
interest by the senate.
of tbe minister of the town or par
ish, shall be fined by the court 2
Proceedings January Term aud 1 every quarter, until he or
6he shall pay the rale to the minis
ter. Whoever wears clothes trimmed
with gold, silver, or bone lace above
two shillings by the yard, shall be
presented by the grand jurors, and
the Selectmen shall tax the offen
der at $300 estate.
A debtor in prison, swearing that
he has no estate, shall be let out and
sold to make satisfaction.
Whoever 6hall set a tireinthe
woods, and it burns a house, shall
The reelection of Esquire
W. J. Cox as Chairman of the
County Court by the hand
some majority of 20 to 8
votes, was a well deserved
compliment and attests the
fact that he has discharged
the duties of the honorable
and responsible position with
satisfaction to the public. Har
deman County has never had
a more painstaking, efficient
and courteous Chairman than
Every farmer in this conn
ty is considered a member o
the Hardeman County Far
mer's Institute, is entitled to
participate in and will be cor
dially welcome.d to its meet
ings. Ihrough the inter
chance of views and ideas
much can be accomplished
towards the advancement of
agricultural pursuits. Else
where appears a call for a
meeting of the Hardeman In
stitute, to be held on Satur
day, January 2Gth. An in
teresting program has been
prejxtred. We hope the at
tendance will be large.
I am so impressed with the
motive power of a strong will,
undaunted perseverance, unfailing
courage, rugged self respect, high
aims, an unperverted judgmeut and
an uncorrupted and uncorruptible
conscience that I cannot see failure
when these are present. Of course,
there must underlie all these an
honesty that is absolutely impervious costs
to temptation; honor that hates
meanness and double dealing and
trulh fulness that cannot abide a lie.
Stale vs. Steve and Marion Snow
and Jesse Vanderver, trespass, not
State vs. Sam Moody, running
horse on public road, dismissed on
payment of cost.
Stale vs. Robt. Chandler, carry
ing pistol, fine f 50 and costs.
State vs. Richard Harvey and
Will Sikes, disturbing public wor
ship, $25 each and cost.
State vs. Luther Jones and Dan
Cole, larceny, dismissed on payment
State vs. James Wright, selling
liquor without license, $25 fine and
State vs. Eli Jones, carrying pis
tol, f 50 and cost.
State vs. Eugene Andrews, car
lying pistol, submits, $30 ami cost.
State vs. Charley McFadden ct.
als., gaming, submits, $5 each and
When "all that portion of the
United States west of the Missouri
and Kaw rivers was a trackless wil
derness, uearly half a century ago,
tbe first issue of one of the woild's
greatest newspapers appeared. St.
Louis, which was then a mere over
grown town on the western frontier
of civilization, has developed into a
great commercial metropolis, and
that great modern newsgatherer, the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, has kept
1 pace with the progress of its city
and section. It has been, from its
first issue to the present time, the
children's tutor, the youth's coun
selor, the woman s companion, tbe
suffer death; and persons suspect-', farmer's instructor and friend. Its
F. and S. R. Ellert vs. South
ed of this crime shall be imprison
ed without benefit or bail.
Whoever brings cards or dice in
to this dominion, shall pay a fine of
No one shall read Common Pray
er, keep Christmas' or Saint's days,
make minced meat, dance, play
cards, or play on any instrument,
except the drum, trumpet and jew's
No Gospel minister shall join
people in marriage; the magistrate
only shall join in marriage, as they
may do it with less scandal to
Fornication shall be punished by
compelling marriage, or as the court
may think proper.
circulation extends to every state
and territory of the Union, to Cau-
ada and Mexico, and to every part
of the world where there are read
ers of the English language. It
ought to be in your home during
the coming year. See advertise
ment elsewhere in this issue.
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JVegetable Pr eparationfbr As
slmHaling the Food andBegula
ling iheStoinachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
If troubled with a weak digestion,
t 1 t m
ueicuing, sour siomacn, or it you
feel dull after eating, try Chamber
lain s stomach and liver tablets.
Pi ice 25 cents. Samples free atW.
J. Cox's, Bolivar; J. W. Nuckolls',
The mental requisites of success eru- Railway Company, damages,
which I have mentioned, when not compromised and dismissed
the gifts of God, are within the W. M. Burns vs. The Western
V -II 1 1? a T I
reacn oi an oy cuiuvauon vruver UniQn Tej , c verdict for
plaintiff, $100; defendant moves for
QUARTERLY COURT, atrial.
v,. x. ivevnoius anu ax. xi. r arris
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rue January term ol Suar- ae jlldffI uunu u pn1Su- Cox Bolivar. j. w. Nuckoll8)
terly Court convened Mori- cost.
day in the ofhee of the Conn- O. G. Gardner vs. Isaac Hood
ty Court Clerk, Circuit Court and G- T- Webb, debt, compromis- obtainin?th
5 penalty for the first offense, 10
Many of the blotches, pimples
anil other affections of the skin are
caused bv the failure of the liver
and kidneys to cast off impurities,
which remain in the system. Her-
bine will stimulate the liver audi
"Adultery shall be punished with kidneys, and cleanse the system of
an impurities. 1'rice, 50 centF.
a man mat suites ins wite snail
a fine of 10; a woman that
PocktlU Sails -Aidx
Aperfecl Remedy for Cons Upa
Tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
IVorms .Convulsions ,r e-erish-ness
and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature cr
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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limsai 1 Q f (fi to 111
jj EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Hfj ftl J
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY.
Cut tLis out and take it to V. J.
ue punisu- (j(
iSbeU as tue court directs. Toone. and pet a frpa Rnmi.lo nf
Iso man shall court a maid, in Chamberlain s stomach and liver
person or by letter, without first WUICIP luc urDt P'O i ney aiso
Any person who intends
to contest an election of any
member of the House of lien
resentatives of the United
States, is required within
thirty days,after the result of
the election is made known
by the proper authorities, to
give notice, specifying- par
ticularly the grounds upon
which he relies in the contest.
It will be remembered that
shortlyafter Gen. M. It. Pat
terson's election to Congress
from the Tenth District, his
opponent, Hon. Zach Taylor,
wrote him an informal note,
to the effect that he would
contest his right to the seat,
but did not state upon what
grounds. The Secretary of
State, on .NTovember 30lh, is
sued Gen. Patterson acertifi
cate of election. Mr. Taylor
has taken no further steps in
the matter, so far as known
nence it seems tnat lie is
barred by the time limit, which
expired December 29th. Gen
Patterson was spoken to s
few days ago by a reporter
about the contest and said
that he thought it was over
with, and hoped so.
ed and dismissed.
W. A. Stinson vs. 11. L. Napier,
debt, compromised and dismissed, j
James Price vs. Rosa Price, de-
pear in our next issue. 1 he cree of divorce.
of the lhomas Johnson vs. lempaJohn-
in session np-stairs.
It required two days to
dispose of the business. The
proceedings in full will ap-
e consent of her parents. . , . '
W Ull UVdllUtUtl
following are sme
W. J. Cox, Chairman.
W. II. Tate, Vice-Ch'm'n.
J. A. Hudson, Superinten
dent Public Instruction.
J. M. Mitchell, Hanger.
A. El. Black, Count' Sur-
for the- second, and for the
third, imprisonment during the
pleasure of the court.
Married persons must live togeth
er or be imprisoned.
Thousands Sent Into Exile.
Everv year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are son and
racked with coughs are urged to go
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to anoiner climate. lut tuis is
costlv and not always sure. Don't
A BOOy TO MAN KIN Hi
R- TABLER'S BUCICiVI
j son, decree of divorce.
Sarah Taylor vs. Cannon Taylor
decree of divorce.
To be continued.
Every person shall have his hair be an exile when Dr. Kings New
cut round, according to a cap.
Blue Laws of Connecticut
,. BANK OF BOLIVAR,
Few of our readers, per
haps, have ever rea.d the fa-
January 8, 1901,
Discovery for Consumption will
cure you at home. It's the most
infallible- medicine for coughs,
colds and all throat and lung dis
eases on earth. The first dose
brings relief. Astounding cures re
sult from persistent use. Trial bot
tles free at W. J. Cox's. Price 50c
and 1. Every bottle guaranteed.
A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
K.J. Pirtler Keeper Pir- mous 'Blue Laws of Connec- Loans and Discounts.
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tie S rei'l'V inuut, iuuuh many liiivu
Notaries Public: A. II. heard of them-
Tlie Mother's Favorite.
Chamberlain's Cough Iiemcdy is
ihe mother's favorite. It is pleas
ant and safe for children to take
and always cures. It is intended TllB Great NewSpapsr
on hand and in
banks. ."iS.afiS 40
mi i.il '
lliroilgtl tlie Bonds, Stocks, etc.,.. 43,813.71
Ml'S. Charles Furniture and fixtures.. 000.00 especially lor cougus, colds, croup
I Pnl Vint. n ToT olnnil vi'linnnirior rnnnrl niil ia lir
iit l t l neat ijoiaic i j . t.j i " w " n mv-
mer. No. 1G: Jas. 1. lieed. v uou wu ,mve uuen B"w" Overdrafts 1.113.13 best medicine made for these dis
ATn in. T n TnpVann Tr 1Q a copy of the "Rural Sllll," Bills Receivable 525.00 eases. There is not the least dan-
iNO. 1J,J. Ly. jackSOll, xNO. IO. y ... I ger in giving it to children for it
' contains no ODium or other miu-
"lOTl ' ! I ll. . I T T A IT IT-ITC I 1 1 m
ot t, coutaiiiinc: some 01 inese i.imi.uiM. rious urug.and may be given as
)n,Ffi wliiTi wp'ronmilnpo Mts Capital Stock 30,000.00 confidently to a babe as to an adult
" " " wl' Cashipr's Checks. 2fi5.00 Fnr snip hv W. .1. C.n-r linlivai" .T
ii f mi . 1 j "
ix matter oi curiosity. xuere Deposits 133,323.1)5 W. Nuckolls, Toone.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, so Cents.
JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - 313 Kcrth Main Street, ST. LOUIS M3.
FOR SALE BY W. J. COX.-
of tho World.
Ths Great Republican
Paper of America.
Roll of Honor.
1 &xis (fai'xtftfiMtmotwft
The following have subscribed
for and renewed their subscriptions
Twicje Every Week One Dollar a Year.
to the Bullbtin since our last issue: were many more of the same Undivided Proiits 3lii
T . . , , , 4. ii l t ii Dividends U00.00
W A Achord Middleburg sort, all breathing the same Treasurer State Teun. . 121.54
S TnpT-ir r i " " ., Si1 var spirit of bigotry, intolerance Bills Payable 1,798.68
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J E Comer Teague ancl "espoilC cruelty:
R M Casey Hollywood!- No one shall be a freeman or
Holmes Mceely , Middleton laive a vote, unless he be converted
and a member in full communion of
Beat Out of an Increase of I
B A Simmons : Vildo
W. G. D0R10N,
.m a. ITowsFaper, the reputation of the Hlolie-Pejuocrat ia world-wide. It is known and
it circulates wherever the Knalish lancnaee is read. lis Vekly Edition, issued in Semi-Weekly sec
tions, at One Dollar per Year, is almost equal to a daily at the prio-e of a weekly. It gives lh latest
. , i ififKmpnii; ucns irviu aji me woriu every x uesuay auu r rut hj. newriDui i-uncui crui sic mi i jcu
lueXICan War veteran and prom- I forward from section to section, and the complete news of the wrld, in full telegrams, is contained in
innnt oi llnp u-nfoo' n t u tlie two sections.
advertisement ol Chamberlain s Col-1 -fiLa Hsmsrcumea, it has no equal.
Its departments devoted to "The Farm, Garden
l'he Family Circle" and "The Home" are each of the highest and most helpful character.
T O Turtle tfncrliali Totm
W F McCarlev Jackson. Tenn one ot ine t,iurt;"es anoweu in
J W Lake Hickory Valley dominion.
m rn ww n ni I .
x x naruv oomervuie, lenn ' jno man snail noiti anv omce un-
J G Shearin Memphis, Tenn iegfJ he be sound in the faith, and
V G Isuckolls Kellar, lexasL ,.,, . .w1 v
, t a . n , llaitntul to nis (iominion; and who
a o njcis. . vypua
Wo o IRJEIID,
1C VyOOiera antl Uiarmcea rtemetlV, I Its market reports are correct and complete in everv detail. An interesting stoiy is continued from
I oin reminded ilint on o onU ri. i n I issue io issue, ana it nas many oiner leaiures wiiicn com nine 10 lurmsu neip, amusemeni auu in?ixuc-
i am reminueu mat as a soldier in tiou for in all c,nUi,ioJU8 and circumstances of life.
Mexico m '47 and '4S, I contracted ....,., , ,
i 1.1 . I -"r ' " X ' T ' iimL MS Mb W .WAW. Lilt ITCrAI WIUUr-l'CILWI.I, IWUCU IU
inc.iit.iu uidiiuu.1 ami inia i fiueuv I Semi- Weekly sections is the peer of any family newspaper in tlie world, ana nought to be at every
U,, l.ni mi Frnm rrott ? f r a :,, I fi reside durinu the coming year. tend One Dollu;- Only One Dollar for a year's subscription to-day,
ua Ktpi iium t,eiiiiit, an in- or write f)ir frw ,0 the
GLOBE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo.
The Senate a m en dm en t to
the army bill, which provid
ed that only the grade of sec
ond lieutenant' should be
open to volunteers, was op
2osed by Senator Bate in the
Senate Saturday, and through
his influence it was finally
acrreed that bota first and
second lieutenancies should
be open to volunteers. Sen
ator Bate took occasion brief
ly to give a history of the
splendid record of the First
Tennessee regiment in the
Philippines to show the val
ue of the volunteer's service.
He told how when the regi
ment was on board ship to
return home, it consented
to leave the ship and fight
again and how Major Cheat
ham had gotten together a
battalion to remain on the is
lands. He cited Major Cheat
ham as an example of what
the volunteers have done, the
the Tennesseean by his
valor and distinguished ser-
James Hackney Pine Top
Aaron Bizzell ........ Ghmp, 1 enn
James Maroney Toone
W G Vanghan Bolivar
R F Marsh . . .Toone
J II Young Toone
C E Walton. Toone
H F Nuckolls Bolivar
L C Nuckolls. . Walker's Store, Ark any other officer.
L,eo w tuignnmc; uouvar No food or lodging shall be af
A Duncan Whiteville . .
ever gives a vote to such a person, J jfJoliV3X
re i ii i i r ' i i
onense, ne snail oe uisirancniseu. MefL.-inifal and Onerativn I)pn-
crease in my pension for on every
renewal a dose of it restores me.
It is unequalled as a quick cure for
diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe
to take, rorsale by W. '. Cox,
bolivar; J. W. Nuckolls, Toone
A Seep Mystery.
It is a mystery why women endure
The DAILY GLOBE DEMOCRAT is without a rival in all the West,
and stands at the very front among the few really great Newspapers
of the World.
Nn oiiaVpr nr rlisspntpr frrm t ho I f 1 ? : . 1
, . iionv, v.uii a.i.t uuu"c It is a mvstprv uhv wnmpn Ptiilnro Tnt
u: e ..: .i :.. I A :i. ...,.i . 1 . 7 . . w I xany,
cawuiioucu wuisuip vi mis uuiiuu- uuue iu ri.c a.... at puj-u.ai backache, headache, nervousness. Inclndincr Sundiv
t 1 , 1 i.i r.:...; I J
oicepic-PBucos uiridiiciiui v, miuiing i Qne Year ?fi 00
. . . i ih'k v hie . . i .in y h i: s i in: K. i i r 11 i .1 1
lor the election of magistrate, or
It Girdles tlio Globe.
The fame of Bucklens Arnica!
Salve, as the best in the world, ex
tends round the earth. It's the one
W A May Hickory Valley
Mrs J M Harris Memphis If any person turns Quaker, he
W F Price . . Italy vTezas shall be banished, and not suffered bruises, sores, scalds,' boils, ' ulcers,'
J R Atkins ...Vildo to return, but upon pain 'of death, felons, aches, pains and all skin
. I f,' " .Memphis No .st ghaH abide jn the doraiQ. eruptions. Only infallible pile cure.
T D Prewitt Grand Junction 10n5 he sba11 be banished, and suffer
II L Moore ". . ..Pocahontas death on his return. Priests may
Mrs W D Galloway Saulsbury be seized by any one, without a
Ur J a .Neely Miudleton warrant.
R M Redferrn Bolivar
and dizzy -spells when thousands
have proved that Electric Bitters
will quickly cure such troubles.
suffered for years w.'th kidney trou
ble," writes Mrs. Phebe Cheney,
of Peterson, la., "and a lame back
pained me so I could not dress my-
6 Months 3.00
3 Months 1.50
One Year ..4.00
6 Months..:.:.. 2.00
3 Months 1.00
40 to 60 Pages.
One Year $2.00
6 Months . . . 1.00
AIL, POSTAGE PREPAID.
V . lii-ii ' self, but Electric Bitters wholly
cured me, aud, although 73 years
old, 1 now am able to do all my
housework." It overcomes consti
25c a box at W. J. Cox's.
Blown to Atoms.
The old idea th'at the body sarue-
pation improves appetite, gives per
fect health. Onlv 50c at W. J.
Cox's drug store.
No one shall cross a river but
V If I?pd fparn. . . . Sanlsbnrv
R II Jones Bolivar witb an aQtbo"z ferryman.
No one sha
AnHonestMan. dav. or walk
times Deeds a powerful, drastic pur- Qf TritprpQt to StnrkhnlfWq
gativepill has been exploded; for U1 -LULt5iei1' tU OtOCKHOiaerS
Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
STEAM COTTON GIN,
We are ready for business and have an up-to-
11 run on the Sabbath are perfectly harmless, gently stim- f be Illinois Central R. R. Free fafe oUtfltthe Celebrated MlUlger SVStem. Cotton
i his game, or e.3, j? 'XT ginned on s'hort notice. The patronage of the public
where, except reverently to and aud absolutely cure constipation and
No one shall travel, cook victuals,
sick. headache. . Only 25c at W.
Cox's drujr store.
Editor Bulletin On December froru meeting.
24, 1900, as a surprise to me, YY.
M. Webb, a vouncr man who lived
with me in the Mississippi bottom make beds sweep house, cut hair,
fourteen years, ago, came to my or shave on the Sabbath day.
house in this county. While a res- No woman shall kiss her child on
ident of Mississippi I sold him a the Sabbath or fasting day.
horse, upon which he made two ,T . , . ,
small navments. one of 12 and an- UIJe bUAlt uuy "r
other of 20. ' For that long period without permission of the Select- j
of time 1 had not heard from him. men.
lie came in and graspeil my hand A drunkard shall have a master ter which threatened
and after a long hand. shaking told
ILLIXOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
A Prominent Chicago Wo
Prof. Roxa .Tyler, of Chicago,
me he had come to pay the balance .
appointed by the Selectmen, who pneumonia
due on the horse. He presented me
with $70. 00, for which "I gave a.
is to debar him from the liberty of
buying and selling.
Whoever publishes a lie, to the berlain's
Public notice is hereby (riven that a special meet
ing of the stocsiioiuers.01 tlie Illinois Central Kail-
xoad Company will be held at the Company's office
In Chicago, Illinois, on faturday, January 26, l'JUl,
at eleven o ciock in me lorenoou.
To permit personal attendmice at this meetintr.
there will lie iss led to each stockholder of one or
more shares ot the Capital Stock of the Illinois Cen-
W Oman's I tral Railroad Company, as registered on the books
Alliance, in Speaking of Chamber- travel free over'the Company's Lines from the sU-
ain 8 IOUgll XtemCUy, 8aV8. "I 0r her rezlstered address to Chicauo and return.
Suffered With a severe Cold this will- "ch ticket to be good for the journey- to Chicago
. I only iunil luur uajrs iujuicu mirij ireveuiu,
to run into I and tbe day of the meeting, and for the return
X llieil UlUereill leme-JJ,. ,.i ,h four dav iimnediatlT fnllowin
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when properly countersigned and stamped duriug
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed, & ' x m m
Our Bin is W::1. cf Md, u&i Mi's li:r,.
i. T. I NO-RAM, President.
W. C. IMRION, Cashier.
JOHN L, MITCHELL, Assis't Cash
dies but I seemed to
Such honesty is deserving of men
tion. If we had more men like Mr.
Webb we would have a better
country. 1 hope for him along
and prosperous life, and may he live
in the future as in tbe past.
R. S. Carter, Bolivar, Tenn. to pay his proportion to the support lioliYar: JI W. Nuckolls, Toone
and the medicine Upset niV- Stomach, and 5.00 n. m. in the office of the Assistant Secre
a e.: j 1 fi. tary. Mr. W . U. uruen id Chicago, sucn tuket
mav 1 obtained bv any registered hoMer of stock
llemeu V anil I on appliealion, in writing, to tne msweni ot tue
creiadice Of blS neifrhbor. shall Rlt found It Was Dleasant IO take and It I state the full name and address of the StockboJder
O' I . r I arintlr na trivan in Ini nr hop f V-t i fi rn 1 1 r.f Sfrwlr. I AAK
in tbe stocks, or be whipped fifteen relieved me at once. 1 am now en-i totf(;trwftnthenuinberaoddateofguch ceniii-(JiJ
I? 1 . .1 -v -vwo Vw! 1 1 1 otA K r mnro than nn npmnn will ntf pflrriMt f ' AKK
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BANK OF BOLIVAR,
No minister shall keep a school
Every ratable person who refuses
time and suffering, and I will not be
without this splendid medicine
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again. ror saie uy . o. vox,
in respect to anv one holding of siock as registered
on the books of the Company.
For the purpose of this meeting the Siock Trans
fer books-will be elosed at three o'clock p. m. on
Thursday, December 20, 1900, and remain closed,
until the morning of Monday, January 7, 1901.
A. ii, HACKisTAr'F, Secretary.
Directors G. T. Ingram, D. E. Durrctt, Jno. W. Nuckolls,
W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, W. C. Dorion, Jno. P. Douglas.
-Transacta a General BanklngJBusinesa. Deposits Solicited.
r Collections Jlade and Prompt Returns. Money to Loan on Reasonable Terms.
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