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DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuttfeHers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 15. 1899.
V0I.DXXIII No 52
ALL FOit THE BET.
Were lue Spaniard-. Drunk at
Dewey Not a Candidate.
A sxory ol From Ho IuKcrsoll When Admiral Dewey has given to the
lie Was a democrat. "l hv no doulrt of the train of the J Manila correspondent of Leslie's
When we reachwd the square the 'story that most of Cervet-a's men were Weekly an interview rerardinir the
ra.:n was pouring n torrents, but that 'ind drunk at the bat;h-. or Santiago" suggestion that the admiral be made
crowd did not ra;d the rain any more said a New Orleans hotel man. -In a candidate for the presidency next
an a Hock of d.-ks would. -'Bob" lact 1 nave been assured that ch ! year. The Admiral said, as to his !
amounted the bad-stand and one of was the case by two prominent naval ; politics:
3be illustrations that he got off duriig officers who have been guests of this i "I am
.his speech was there aud then staiujro
.into my memwry which time cansi
words that iin PiU'- ,jt "tnv "f thv comi-ndes tact tlie j it makes no difference
coiiiiiiiou of the Spaniards mbit de- I come from Veraant,
A Party that Fulfills Promise.
The Republicans may fairly claim
to have fulfilled roost of the promises
' made in the programme put forth by
their national convention at St. Louis.
Ihey declared that their return to
Dower would be followed by prosper
budge. In the very
gave it, here it is:
One time tiere was an old farmer
who bad a sheep that had two lambs.
One mornior he sent his son xat to sorl- our w..n.u
feed the old aheep and her two lambs. ''""Hi. u. uuk .- ot i ,
a sailor. A sailor has no
ti-i-. Ihev didn't avant to be quoted : politics. The adotistration is his
ou a..-ciuat of a ridiculous idea on the I party, and, IiepuWi-an or Democratic
and yoo know
tract Irom toe giwry of the vicf.rv. i what that means. To be anything- but
To m itiiUJ it i,es nothing of the j a Republican in Vermont is to be a
have licked I uiao without a jmny. My flag lu-u-aui
their bad i teiiu'il cuiuvs lrum Georgia. He u-iis
in a few mioutes 'be sen came 'hack '"ark; manshift ic.tl.er stateis noto- J me that to be anything but a Democrat
into the hoMKe and said to his fther, rtous. At Uie nhw time the ntorv is i in the .South is Jo be a nobody. If 1
One of tbe old sheep's laoubs is unu-niably luimwsting. One of the
dead;" The old farmer turned around .officers to huB I referred r.old me
and said, ".My son, it is all Jtor the several amusing anecdotes Jt long the
best. Theother lamb will tret all the ' same ''"- Jt aeins that a Spanish
liv.-d Suu:h I would probabljr be a
Ha-e you ee?r voted':-
milk it wants and will grow bigger, ! Lieutenant was among the first pris j "Yes, years jgo: but my was
and it will -take less care and feed for oners taken, aal the principal thing j usually inHuen-i 'd by personal pref-
them. So you see. my son. it is all ; ne na 'lt Mm when he as pulled
for the best." The next morning the ; out of tne k'" was a Ur.ge Casta
son went it to feed the old shep and i 'in J?- His ciothing consisted chicfj
her lamb. In a few minutes he came ; h' f n uncUsrvhirt, and one-half of a
back to titr house and said, -father, ! fiercely-twisted mustache Aad been
the other lamb is dead.' The old burned off cUhh tt the lip. However,
farmer turned around and said, "My i lhos detail jiidn't tiouble him. He
feon, it is All for the beU Lainbs aiaj ,ia reichei C'.ii- eiitiaieafexl and ro
cheap thit-year and vool and .mutton j niatitic ftaije ol inebrietw aiu when
are high, .and the old sheep "til give I "e learned tlur he was not u be butch
more wool, and after ebearing .the old jer on ,ne fot he was profoundly
shevp wean sell her to theutcher, I moved. IJcdnclared the Aonericanos
rolling fat at a big priie. S vou ee 1 were chivalwius brotbnrs-in-arms:
my son, at is all for the best"' The
next morning the son went out to feed
the old sheep, and in a lew minutes he
returned .to bouse and said, Kat.i. r
the old sheep is dead.'' The old
farmer gaed steadily a't the .Boor for
a few moments and commenced .scratch
ing his he-ad with both hands, and
turned around to bis son and said,
"My son. that way be for the best,
but I will Ik darned if J believe it.'
Then .vvJ ought to have h-ard us
"uay seet'' yell. When uelacKed
up a litlU-. Bob coutinued. .'o it
may be for the best to have AV Lin
coin elec.ltnl PresiUent of the J.'niled
States at uie coming eJe-lionr but I
will be darned if I iivii'ive it.'
And we "geegaws" jerked out our
wide rimuicu vcent straw hat and just
.heered iltb until we were fuiarse.
shortly aflw that meeting adjourned
ja the squa"e and we returned to our
1'i-st love, lie has been quite liieral
with his jio.'itical inHuen-es, having
JjviUed up between both of the great
1'olitical parlies. From a I'apur by
Itev 4 . t itrooks
atv Ciat his L'ttle girl is troubled K ith
malaria very severely, and that siivv
he gi'Ve hei-Sk-'jihur Bitters. h- nefer
thinks of leaving New York for his
fumiwr resort vithout :i few bottlt-s,
for thev alwav -ure his family, and
are far superior to quinine.
foe;, it was tiu;e. but kindred in Gal
lantry. ThefUon he iiitisled upon
embracing all iiands and kissing them
on both cbeefce. He als wept on their
shoulders aikJ repeated the operation
so frequently that he nearly mashes
off several 2paulettes. Incidentally
he invited tint vhole mess visit him
on his estate in Spain. Next day when
he became ttyber. there was a ludi
crous transf'stuiation. He whs as stiff
as a ramrod, maintained an -air of
haughty reserve and pla.vu the mar
tyr to eifection. In the4)inion of
my informant-, thf large tss of life
by drowning after the battle was over
was attributable in no smal! degree to
the drunkenness of the Spanish
sailors.'" Xew Orleans Tines-Democrat.
m ok of II earl-It urso.
Heart-burn from excessive wnoking,
or from any otliec cause, is relieved
by the first dose of Xo. Id. Of. Huiu
phreys' S pec i fie for I)ysiepsia.2.)c
erenee or local conditions. I ata not
a politician, have never held initical
office and am -totally ignorant of party
intrica-c'ies ant! affiliations.
Admiral Dewey said that neither by
vocation, uioKition, education or
trainiijg was ix- capacitated to till the
presidency. Ha said that he was too
well along in life to consider such a
possibility. His health would not ad
mil it. ah jus lire s work was in
different line of effort and that arhiie
the kindness iind enthusiasm o.' his
friends were gmteful to him, an4 the
generous tribunes of the American
people were dear to him. he could not
and would not fee a candidate for the
presidency of thu United States under
A yueerff) Medicine.
mere is a .Medicine whose pro
prietors" do not claim to have dis
covered some hitherto unknown in
gredient, or that .it is a cure-all. Thi
honest medicine .onlv claims to cure
certain diseases, and that its ingred
ients are recognixed by the most skill
ful physicians as being the best for
Kidney and Bladder Diseases. It .s
Foley's Kidney Cure.
lu ltusnsss Ten Years.
I)EAK FKJKXLS AXU 1'ATKOXS.
have tjee.'i in business ten years today
and I take this method of thanking
you for your kind patronage and well
wishes, for I know that I could not
have been successful, a decade with
out them. I have tried to do my hesi
to give satisfaction, and I will appre
i-iate your trade in the future, as 1
have in the past. As a friend and a
man in business you have my best
wishes for vour future welfare in every
sense of the word.
Yours as ever,
M. A. Scott,
Hotel Scott, 113 Indeuendence Street.
Ballard's n o w Llnement.
If you have a terrible pain in tha
small of the back, get a bottle of
Snow Linement. It will positively
cure it and at once. Try it and re
omendit to your friends. Sold at
Wilson's drug store.
Should Consult a surceon.
Champ Clark is soaring again. This
time he says he observes no indica
tions of returning prosperity in this
country. Printing flaming advertise
ments in the metropolitan newspapers,
even in the guise of editorials, says
Champ, fails to prove the truth of the
statement to the men who, though
toiling industriously in summer's
heat and winter's cold, and econom
izing to the utmost, still find them
selves sinking deeper and deeper into
debt as the years go by. What Champ
seems to need is a surgical operation
on .his perceptive faculties. Boston
Herald ( Dem. )
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen"s Arnica Salve
cures them: also old running and
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns
warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,
chapped hands, chilblains. Best pile
cure on earth. Drives out pains and
aches. Only i5c a bos. Cure guar
anteed. Sold bv I. Ben Miller, drug
t. I.uals stands Firm.
Among the notable liepublican vic
tories of the week is that in St. Louis
on Tuesday. Tin? Ilepuhlicans elec
ted every memlier of the city council
and School Board, and nineteen out
of the twenty-eight candidates for
mcmlH-rs of the Hous' of Delegates
The plurality of the council ticket it
over 10.IHKI, in a total vote of over
71.M. The Globe-Democrat says the
result was a decided rebuke to the
Democratic state administration for
meddling in the affairs of the city,
and to the Democratic Legislature for
unntwessarily undertaking to unnec
essarily burden the tax payers. The
Legislature has exhausted every de
vice at its command to punish St.
Louis for being Republican, but the
city stands firm, and returns a more
emphatic ISepublican verdict than ever
before in a local election. It is a pity
that the whole State of Missouri could
not follow the example of its chief
city. It would stand considerably
higher in the world's esteum if it
would. Minneapolis Tribune.
Have Vub Had tbe .rlpf
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
Two Moss-Hack Legislatures.
mi.- ... r .
ine oi. iuis iiiooe-wemocrai re
calls trie lact that it was Thomas
Jefferson, the real, original .letter
son. who said that 'our best ivliance
in peace and for the first moguls of
war, till regulars can relieve i -m.''
is a well-disciplined militia. It .night
also be added that the only reliance
of the state in a sudden and unexpec
ted emergency is the militia, yet the
Legislature of Texas apjx-ars to have
come to the conclusion -that it is un
necessary to make any provision for
the reorganization of the ttate militia
or to encourage it in any way. It will
strike most peop!- that this is very
short-sighted policy.-San Antonio
(Tex.) Kx press.
ity, and, whether it should be regar
ded as tbe effect of their measures or
merely as a coincidence, it is certain
that prosperity is here. In no twelve
month since the civil war have so
many farm mortgages been paid off
as during the year ISHS. At no time
has tine volume of our native manu
factures been so great, and the marked
revival of business in this field has
ben followed by a general rise of
wageft. Inevery ueiiai-tmentof human
labor, work is vastly obtained and
well paid. Our export trade has
reached dimensious never before ex
hibited by this or any other country:
in this respect, the United States now
ranks considerably above Great
Britain. Neither are our exports now
confinai, as they -used to be, almost
xcluarrely to raw products: we have
become large exporters of manufac
tures, and, as regards locomotives
and other commodities fashioned of
iron aud steel, we eem destined to
uislamv all cou.eiitors. Collier's
How I npteaaiant
it is to see a beautiful child's fac
disfigured with Tile humors, burstic
through the skin pimples, blotcbe
and sores, and sadder still, when th
young and innocent are laughed a
and twitted in all such cases. Parent
should give them that good and pu:
remeay. suiunur Hitters, which w:
search and drive out of the bloc
every partiele of humor. Healt
Klopers Itelused License.
Joseph K. Bell and Miss Lula
Cusick, giving their residence as Mor-
gantield. Union county. Ky., arrived
in Benton from Charleston, Tuesda
morning and that aft rnoon applied
to Ilecorder Harris for licen" to
marry. The youth ;l :'ie coui." ;
the f-ict that they cam- all the wav
from Kentucky made the Ilecoroi-
hesitate. He found in ...iswer to rjues
tions that the parents' consent had
been refused in the home state and
that the young iieoide had traveled
K) miles, touching four s'r.'.c?. in
their ineffectual attenr.t to cnmmi
matrimony. The age of il.-e y ur
lady being in doubt M -. Harris u-s
compelled to refuse their request ai.J
they left for Charleston. Scott County
t'roub and Whoopins; Couch.
Ballard s Horehound Syrup will
promptly relieve Croup an J Whooping
Cough. It will cure tbe worst ( 'oiurh
er Cold. It never disaiipoints. Try
Hunt's l.lctitiiniic oil
Cures Catarrh. Neuralgia. Sprains
Cramp Colic. Diarrhoea. Cuts. Head
ache. Uheumatism. Good for man
and benst. FailinL', money refunded
And Commencement and Southern
Teachers' Association Meeting
Southern Illinois University, Car
bondale. June ll-ix.
For the above occasion the Illinois
Central railroad company will sell
round trip tickets from Cape Girar
deau to Carbondale at rate of 1.SH.
Tickets on sale June l.'Uh to l"th in
clusive: limited for return passage to
and including June 17th.
J T Dcxcan. Agent.
C c Mccarty, G P a
To the People of Cape Olrardeau.
I ask as a man of the people, as a
man of progressive ideas please do
something for our Capaha Base Ball
team. Let us put our shoulders to
gether and face the foe once more and
show our opponents that we have a
tribe here that no one can beat.
Ben. E. Holladay.
A 1.1 le lor 50c. J
Many people have been cured of
Kidney diseases by taking a oOe bottle
Foley's Kidney Cure
Tile Trial of I'lillper.
We clip the following from the
Globe-Democrat: "Judge Clark de
cided yesterday morning that he had
jurisdiction in the case of Harry H.
Philper, of the Boiler Inspector's
offiw, who was indicted by the grand
jury on a charge of committing a mis
demeanor in office. The motion to
dismiss the case for want of jurisdic
tion was argued last Thursday.
Philper's attorney, Chester H. Krurn,
held that Judge Clark had no juris
diction in the matter, as. if the case
was anything, it was a felony. After
giving his decision, Judge Clark set
April 7 as the date for the trial.'
Harpy H. Philper superintended the
job of placing the machinery in the
Cape Brewery and Ice Company of
Never ay Die.
Many desperate cases of kidney dis
eases pronounced incurable have been
cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. Many
physicians use it. W. H. Coerver
The story ol a Letter.
ine .auoiiat Advertiser tells a
tory of an old bachelor who bought
a pair of socks and found attached to
one of them a slip of paper with these
words: "i ;.m a young ladv of 20 and
would like t . correspond with a bach
elor with a iewto-matrimony." Name
and address were given.
The bachelor wrote and in a few
days got this letter: ' Mamma was
married 2 years ago. The merchant
you bought those socks from evidently
did not advertise or he would have
sold them long ago. Mamma handed
me your letter and said possibly I
might suit you. I am 18 years old."
t'nlon Mill stave Company at
noldsvllee III. Iturned.
We regret to inform our readers
that Mr. F. W. Pott has again suffer
ed severe loss by lire. The Union
Mill Stave Co. plant at Reynoldsville.
111., of which Mr. Pott is proprietor,
was burned for the second time early
Wednesday night. Buildings, includ
ing dry kilns, etc., are a complete loss
and little salvage can beexpected from
the machinery, it is understood, how- Luna Irritation
ever, that the stock in yard and sheds is the forerunner to consumption. Dr,
:t this -foil's Pino-TaPT nnnr will aiioq
Ills Life YVas saved.
Mr J E Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal. Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he says: '"I was taken
with typhoid fever, that ran into pneu
monia. My lungs became hardened.
I was so weak I couldn't even sit up
in bed. Nothing helped me. I ex
pected to soon die of consumption,
when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, one bottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it. and now I am
well and strong. I can't say too much
in its praise." This marvelous medi
cine is thb surest and quickest cure in
the world for all throat and lung
trouble. Regular size .'iiX: and $1.(K.
Trial bottles free at I. Ban Miller's
drugstore: every bottle guaranteed. 2
Elevator and -trimming charges on
onehundred thousand bushels of grain
in port of New York (single transfer)
$1.7S"."iO. Same amount of grain at
Illinois Central elevator at New Or
leans. $125. Extract from letter of
Capt. M. DePay in New York Mail
and Express of March 1, 18U9.
suffered but slight damage,
writing the cause of the conflagration
is unknown. Mr. Pott is fully insured
through the local agency of Joseph i there.
and give such strength to the lung
that a cough or a cold will not settle
lwenty-nve cents at all good
Admiral Dewey, in his political
talks, shows a sanity which army and
navy officers in the past have often
lacked. He says that a "sailor has
no politics," that "the administration
is his party, and. Republican or Dem
ocrat, it makes no difference,"' and
that he could not and would not be
a candidate for the presidency under
any conditions. This recalls a re
mark made by Gen. Sherman a few
years before death, that he "would
not accept the presidency if chosen
by a unanimous vote of the Electoral
Yet successful military officers have
very seldom resisted political tempta
tion when it came in any alluring
form. Many of them took especial
care to get in the way of the tempta
tion. Naval officers have been skipped
by presidential nominating conven
tions, but Commodore Stockton, who
won some reputation in the Mexican
war, tried to turn it to political ac
count afterward. He was elected Sen
ator from New Jersey, but the presi
dential nomination which he sought
was never tendered to bim. Scott,
one of the military heroes of that war
lobbied for the presidency for year.-,
and when he got the nomination he
was one of the worst beaten candi
dates whom the country has seen.
The ambition, of course, to get po
litical office is not discreditable in a
professional sailor or soldier. Mili
tary reputation gave Jackson. W. H.
Harrison, Taylor and Grant tbe pres
idency, and it had much influence in
securing the nomination and election
for Hayes, Garfield and Benjain
Harrison. None of these, however,
except Taylor and Grant, were what
would be called professional soldiers.
Jackson, both Harrisons, Hayes and
Garfield served in political station
before reaching the presidency longer
Knock "hat Incidental Fee Out.
Editor or Tim Ukkocbat:
For some years past I have had a
curiosity to know by what authority
of law the Board of Regents or the
Faculty of our Normal School or any
other public institution of learning in
this State has the right to exact from
each student attending the school a
fee of three dollars per term or twelve-
dollars per scholastic year, for the
privilege of attending these institu
tions. If no legal right exists it
should be stopped. Twelve dollar?
per year means more than a month V
board to many of the students and in
some instances might at least prevent
some from finishing an entire course.
If you cannot answer this question,
will you please submit it to some who
can. If it is right the people should
know it, and if it is wrong it should
be stopned. The Legislature has never,
within my knowledge, failed to make
ample appropriations for the support
of these schools and if it has not,
all we would have to do would be
to ask anything within re i son and
our request would be granted, but
it certainly seems to me to be wrong
to conceal from the Legislature any
of our wants and to shift our necessi
ties upon the very people to whom we
pretend to extend the privileges of
acquiring an education absolutely
free. At any rate you can easily find
out by making an inquiry of the
proper authorities and publishing
their reasons, and at the same time .
satisfy the Pinds of those who are,
patron of the institution,
R. H. WhitrlaW.
Kismarck'a Iron Nerve.
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tremen
dous energy are not found where
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
ure out of order. If vou want th.
than they did in the army, though, tolquali,ties,.aLd. the success they bring,
u - .. .u ... e ' . i use Dr. Kin? s New Life Pill- Tk
ue sure, in me case tJ JaCKSon and '(levelon .v.V. ir u J.
... u l, ... ... .oeveiop eeiy power of brain and
. H. Harrison their military service bod v. Only 25.- at I Ben M-ller's
was ail that would ever have incited
anybody to mention them in connec
tion with the presidency. Of the two
professional soldiers Taylor made a
fairly good president, while Graut
was in general a very worthy official.
Iii most instances, however, itisdoubt-
less better for tl e person himself and
for .he country that the professional
soldier and sailor take the attitude
toward political office held by Gen.
Sherman in the past and by Admiral
wewey now. lhe numbe- of states
men in tach of the two great parties
who would make capablu and accepta
ble presidents is always ample for all
practical purposes. Globe-Democrat.
No Itleht to I sllncss.
The woman who is lovely in face,
orm and temiier will always have
rknds, but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run down, she
will be nervous and irritable. If she
has constipation or kidney trouble,
her impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a weetch-
d complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine in the world to regulate
tomach, liver and kidneys and to
purify the blood. It gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety-
kin, rich complexion. It will make
good-looking, charming woman of a
rundown invalid. Only iHte at I. Ben
Miller's drugstore. 2
I'l'IIK AX1) SAFE.
Burn Eupion, the family Safety Oil.
guaranteed not to smoke your chim
neys or char your wicks. Be sure
and get the genuine. Forjsale by the
following dealers only:
w . u. r"olack,
W. H. Coerver.
L. H. Graessle.
J. A. Vandeven.
W. C Bergman n.
J. F. Schwepker.
E. Osterloh. '
J. F. Vogelsanger.
M. A. Warren.
E. S. Lilly.
I. Ben Miller.
Flentge. Johnston & Co.
F. W. Vogt.
J. St. Avit & Son.
A. D. Blomeyer.
Hirsch Bros., Merc & Prov. Co.
Vogel & Brunkhorst.
H. P. Peironnet.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting
incident to these diseases, is instantly-
allayed by applying Chamberlain "s
Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very
bad cases have been permanently cured
by it. It is equally efficient for itch
ing piles and a favorite remedy for
sore nipples, chapped hands, chil
blains, frost bites and chronic sore
eyes. 2-jc per box. For sale by I.
Ben Miller, druggist. ocl9-ly
The Itebuke to Bryanttes.
One pleasing feature of yesterday's
election is the rebuke given to Alt-
i ,i : t-m - ,.
-iuisui. xne ex-oovernor ran as
the special champion of free silver.
He had the Ark of the Covenent in
his exclusive possession. He accused
Harrison of being "false to silver
of bavii.g ignored that metal in his
pia:ii.i-m. and of having igurd gold
bo.ii!.-. Thus charges weiv true, but
the majority of ti.e- Deiuoci a. ic voters
maiie light of them. In !'!:;; v.n
and his free silv-i- -ol n.-a. ,(M
votes in this city. This ye.n- Aitge.d
and free silver have icc.-ived onl
i. :''... The Iree silver armv f ls'W
is melting- away. The fanatics who
still cling to a beaten and discredited
policy voted for Altgeld, who received
only about one-third of the Bryan
vote. The remainder of the Democ
racy, having lost its burning faith in
the white metal, supported a gold bond
Democrat. All that Altgeld can do
now is to pretend that he and his
minoi-iu of voters are --the rval Dem
ocratic party."' and send cofitestinir
delegates next year to thi. -.ri.,nol
Democratic Convention in the hoiie
that the Bryanites will 1.- in the ma
jority and will .-t them in.-Chicago
Since La Grippe has been prevalent
in this country, there has been found
but on-j Spicitic, Dr .l.imphreys
77". For sale by all druggists.
Notice or First Meeting or Creditors
In the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern Division of the
Eastern Judicial District of Missouri.
In the matter of i
James G. Tatum, -In Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of James G. Tatum
of Cape Girardeau, in the county of
Cape Girardeau and district afore
said, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of April A. D. 18SW, the said
James G. Tatum was duly adjudica
ted bankrupt; and that the first meet
ing of his creditors will be held at the
court house in Cape Girardeau, county
of Cape Girardeau in said Judicial
District, on the 2fnh day of April
A. D. !!!. at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine bankrupt and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
Referee in Bankruptcy,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
This 7th day of April. 1S9!).
AH Colds an Tainted.
All cold are tainted with Girp
when Grip prevails. "77"breaks up
Grip and Colds that "hang on:" 25c
One eight room slate roof brick
dwelling house, with all modern im
provements, located on lots 7 and 8
in range A. 0xl0 feet in size, known
8 3 the Morton house. Apply to
Henry a. Astholz.
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