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. SEIBT FO TBE EXCISE OFFICE
Story froV Jefferson City that tie Deal
iliikXim Fixed. ' ''"r
- The latest report from Jefferson City
islhat Gov.Dockery has decide-I to
name Cof. J.:' M. - Seibert for Excise
Commissioner for St. Louis. The -leal
is said to hare been; closed Saturday
at Jefferson City and there's a sory
back of ail of' it.. When Seibert was
called'tOrthe'management.of the late
. state campaign ' for tho tteir.ocras it
was announced that he was eoinr to
-retire-f rora Male politics and accept
the position of Excise Commissioner
of St. Louis tinder Docker v. The
: matter .was , discussed..' generally in
'Democratic political circles and met
the approval of -everybody except
Dockery. ylt must be understood that
- Dockery was opposed to Seibert. It
was simply an error in deciding upon
an appointment without the approval
and consent of the man who was to
have the 'authority to ' make the ap
pointment.' '" ' . .
After the election beibert waited a
reasonable time for the governor to
tender him the position. The governor
may have overlooked : the matter, but
; at any rate the lender,, was not made
a ad Seibert became anxious. The
night before Dockery started to Wash
ington, all of the political leaders of
the state met him and the matter was
discussed.. The governor was evasive
: absolutely refusing to eommit himself
' in any manner to the applicants. To
emphasize the fact that he was not
making any; promises, he pointed to
Seibert and. said: "I have not prom
ised nn appointment to any one. Even
Jim there knows ' he is going to get
something.' but he does not know what
it will be, and I don't know myself
yet." ' ... . .v-
That emphasized the governor's un
pledged condition, but it ale had the
.T"Ct of alarming Seibert who set to!
wori. "t onee to get something definite
from th . governor. Letters were writ-j
ten to lendio'sr Democrats in the state, J
and soon after , Dockery arrived at i
Washington he began receiving letier
urging him t appoint Seibert The
demands v.ero srt many and so strong
tbst it wa thought the governor would
make' his announcement when he ar
rivsd ia St. Louis. A number of Col.
Seibert'a friends were here when Mr.
Dockery arrived and they made every
effort to seeur his promise that be
would appoint Seibert. The governor
listened to all of these urgent appeal
but infused to "ive them any satisfac-!
tijn. He Wtftit U tils tl0fgJ Unpledged
hod since th.it time it is reported, the
Seibert support-jrs have been making
life a burden for biui. Now the news
coma from Jefferson City that Gov.
Dockjry has iuformed some of his po
litical advisors that Seibert's appoint
ment has beert decided upon and that
his appoinlment will be the first after
the governor's inauguration. Globe-
: ' Tiiuuaaad Sent Into Kxile.
Every year a large number os poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go to
another climate. But tqis is costly
and aot always sure. Don't be an ex
ile wben Dr. King's new Discovery for
Consumption will cure you at home.
It's the most infallible medicine for
Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and
Lung diseases on earth. The first dose
brings relief. Astoundingcures result
from persistent use. Trial bottles free
at L Ben Miller's. Price 50c and $1.
Every bottle guaranteed.
A pretty 'home wedding took place
in this city Tuesday evening. The
contracting parties' were Henry S.
Moore of Scott county and Miss LLa
Stewart ot this city. The wedding
took place at the residence . of the
bride's mother, Mrs. C L. Stuart and
the ceremony was performed by Rev.
Haw of St. Louis. Only members of
the families and intimate friends were
present at he wedding.; The happy
young couple have the best wishes of
- a host of friends. ? ;
Adam of Dayton. Ohio,
-.f i,T .i mtli
?,ijyw-,'.!' N- season, with . tateVhours,
.eatin 4 Irjegalar hafc-
:'ftSdft- me 1 pbyatcaliwrecki Sick
i " : heafla-V indigestion 4nd ja aluggldi
, . tfondit' 4f the.organs "we3By daily
l I Ltrietf BniiCWdweirs
'vV-jjNi Jrulyt.a hoase-
, BUYING AMERICAN HOUSES.
Britain wants Fifty Thousand Mosnts for
War Uses. '
Kansas City, Mo.; Dec. 23. Capt."
Heygate of the British army, is pur
chasing 50,000 cavalry horses and
mules for the English forces in South
Africa. Ke came here more than a
year asro to buy horses and mules for
the British army, but he was ordered
home a shout tim airo because it was
thought that the Boer war was over.
But the unexpected renewal of hostili
ties has made fh 7n;vaie of more
As fast as the anitaals are inspected
and bought they will be sent to ie
urieans and strapped to Cape town, j
Durban and fit London in British
transports, some of which are now on
their way to the United States.
One shipload of the animals will be
taken to South Africa by Lieut. David
B. Moberly, leaving New Orleans .soon
aftertlanuary 1. Lieut. Moberly said
'By the time the horses and mules
are landed in South Africa they cost
the British Government $3G0 a head.
That is a large price for an animal
which will be fit for service only six
weeks. Most of the animals die be
cause ef the change in climate. They
must cross the equator in going to
South Africa, and the torrid beat of
the tropiis kills tbem rapidly. The
average death rate on ship board is
32 to the 1,000.
Forty days after a horse is bought
in Kansas City it is landed in South
Africa. So great is the demand for
horses at the front that it is impossible
to give tnem the needed rest after
landing before putting them into the
service. Consequently ney go to tne
front in a weakened condition and not
getting a suthcieut amount of food
tbev soon die.
Sinco the beginning of the Boer v.ai
England has purchased ever 100,000
head cf horses and mules in the United
States. It ivq aired sisty-fivo ships to
carry them from New Orleans to South
Africa. Government transports will
be kept very busy from now on carry
ing thu horses which England will
need iu South Africa, and which have,
been ordered purchased in the United
States. Gen. Baden-Powell now has
25,000 mounted police, and it is pro
posed to mount 50,000 of the imperial
infantry, England has discovered tbat
ber soldiers must ba mounted to be
able to cope with the Boer, who gets
Country with alarming ra-
m A Iep Mytttcry.
It is a mjstery why women endure
Backache, Headache, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness Melancholy, Fainting
and Dizzy Spells when thousands have
proved that Electric Bittet s will quick
ly cure such troubles. '"I suffered for
years with kidney trouble," writes
Mrs Phebe Cherley, of Patterson, la.,
"and a lame back pained mo so I
could not dress myself, and, although
73 years old, I now am able to do all
my housework." It overcomes Con
stipation, improves Appetite, gives
perfect health. Only 50c at I. Ben
Miller's drug store.
Mr. Wilt E. Walker and Miss Clara
F. Bowman were united in the holy
bonds of wedlock at 9 p. m., Tuesday,
December 25, 1900, by Rev. W. J.
Hays, of the M. E. church. The cere
mony was performed at the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. M. W. Bow
man. A number of relatives and close
friends of the family were in attend
ance and quite a lot of nice presents
were also in evidence in the reception,
room. After the guests had offered
their congratulations to the happy
young couple, all were invited to the
dining room where refreshments were
served. The following were among
Messrs. and Mesdames M. w .
Bowman, A. C. Snyder, H. M. Ivy,
L. H. Tobler, George Bowman.
Mesdames Horn, Vandergrift.
Misses Ollie Moeder, Irene Woody,
Virginia Cross, Mollie, lay and Bes
sie Bowman, Bessie Snyder.
Messrs. H. M. Ivy, Jr., Lee T. and
Willie Bowman, Ezra and Jas. King,
J. M. Allison. , r r.-:':y -:;j- ', . ;s'---
Mrs. Sophia Snider, Misse Octie
and Hattie King," of Lutesville. :
The bride ia the eldest daughter of
t: w Rnwrnan. who has for several r
years filled a position as salesman in
tore of D.: A . Glenn, and Uie
-, - - j
groom Is a prominentjtaajher of Cam-f
dan,"Tenih;.They wilt depart by Jbo-tt1
'r fito'-e home at juamupn
o.x use niT i
Jionejr if it
Profiting by American Prosperity.
Even Europe's crown wearers are
interested in American prosperity.
Many of them, it is known, have made
heavy investments in United States
securities of one sort
The Russian Cza. , the German Kaiser,
the Kinsrs oMtaty, Belgium and other
European countries, as well as Kru
gir, the ex-head of the extinct South
African Republic, have large sums of
money, in ome cases well up into the
million, in railroad bonds or stocks
and oiiu.'f. Icintis of American proper
ties. Tlie-e personages, as
; .tUnJM.UM) Americans, are very
i intfr:-sl( in t.h Tirnsneritr tvhich tht
j RenuilHwlB ,.,,. hiS b " ht to the
; L-nit,;d states "
Very soon after the oneniusr of the
i new year about $17.j,000.0ti0 will be
disbursed in New York as interest or
dividends. Some of tbis mouey will
go to its European owners, but the
great bulk of it, of course, will go
into the pockets of Americaus. Not
all of it which goes to Europe, or
which is owued by Europeans, will be
taken out of the country for any con
siderable length of time. Most of it
will be invested here again, on tho
knowledge that it will bring mote
money. The United Staty is by far
the best country in the world in these
days of Republican prosperity for
anybody, American or foreigner, to
invest money in.
ltie.se are "flush" days in the in
dustries and commerce of the United
Stales. In most of the great activities
new records have been made this year.
All the larger industries are busier
than ever before. Apparently it will
be hard for 1901 to beat lWs exhibit
in the industries and commerce, but
the continuous increase which has
been under wht bhows no sign of in
terruption. The coming spring wiil
probably beat lant spring in thealiiouiit
of its business and the other seasons
are likely to si-ore advances on tde
corresponding times this year. ' The
wave of prosperity is touching ahigher
mark than was ever reached before iu
the United States, lint the opening
year of the ueiv century stands a good
i-hunce to see at) advance on even tue
pnseut rt'cords.-tlobe Democrat.
TUl-VI. TitEA MJ3.NT !J, .. FBEE
Curra illuod I'oisun, Scrofula, Kvtc
iu.i Kh-unialiHin, and A I i)ocl
The Botauie Pik'ol Hit!:!) H, V. B.)
treatment. fr impure bioo and skiu
disease is now recognized us a sure
j.uid certain cure ror h most advanc
ed stages oi cane. I'. Ci ting sOi'es,
eczema, itching ki?i humors, scabs
or scales, syphilitic biooii poison,
scrofula, ulcers persistent eruptions,
pimples, boils, aches and pains in
bones, joints or back, swollen glands,
rifings ana bumps on the skin, rheu
matism or catarrh, or any form of
skin or biooii diseases. Men, women
and children aie vKjiiitr cured ill i-vcry
State by Botauie Blood Bilm for
purllying the Mood, and expelling
tne germs and humors from lh- entire
system, leaving the skin free from
eruptions, and rosy with evidence of
pure, rich blood. No sufferer need
longer despair. help is at hand, no
matter how many discouragements
you may have met with, Botanic Blood
Balm B. B. B. ) cures permanently
and quickly. To satisfy the doubters
we will give to any sufferer a trial
treatment absolutely free so that they
may test this wonderful remedy. B.
B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) sold by
all drug stores with complete direc
tions for home treatment for $1. per
large bottle. For free trial treatment,
address Blood Balm Co., 8 Mitchell
Street Atlanta, Ga., and Trial Treat
ment will be sent at once. Write to
day. Describe trouble, and free med
ical advice given. Over 3,000 volun
tary testimonials of cures by using
Blood Balm. Thoroughly tested for
Election Notice. . v
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Sturdi
vant Bank will be held on Tuesday,
January 8, 1901, at the Banking House
in the Cty of Jape Girardeaa, Mo
for the purpose of, electing directors
for the ensuing year. ' Polls open from '
1 to 3 p. m. .'L. 3. Albert,
December 12th, l&OO. ; ' Cashier
oot cnan&ed to Folaon,
Pntrifying food in theintestlnea pro-.
j daces effects like those or arsenic, but
n-' Klnff's New Life Pills expel ths
poisons from cJogged "bowels -gently, .
easily. but sarely, curing constipation",
I biliousness, tie's headache, feveis, all t
I U very kidney "and bowel', troubles.
Only 5j at I. Ben. Mil!eT,.,draggisU.
Profflpt-attenUoa will be paid to any ;
Tviieines entrusted to me.
r Henry a.'-ASTholz.
5 i WITHDRAWAL OF LUZON TROOPS.
It is Claimed that the Result will be Dis
t . astrous.
: Manila,' Dec. 20. The public is
-"J aSlla'eu over mo appi-uai-urn;;
departure : of the volunteers. It is
feared that the withdrawal or weaken
ing of th present inadequate garrison
will be suicidal, and it is' anticipated
jiht the peaceful natives will suffer
(rpm Tagalosr vengeance. General
. i!ac Arthur has assured the districts
iae voiumeeirt win rie
; trrfhniMvn: thu? th-ar u.ill K iysi ipii-
..u.s n is koowu iii oe .mposs.uie
; less congress passes the army bill
The Americans here are anxiously
awaiting the proposed increase in the
ray. A majority of the volunteers
can not leave the prov inces which are
now peaceful, but in which they have
fought hard, until new troops coming
form an endless chain, enabling im
mediate substitution. Should con
gress offer 3.300 bonus for reennst
vent there is no doubt that thousands
of experienced and acclimated volun
teers would remain here.
State of Ohio, )
Lucas County, -
j City of Toledo. )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F.
$. Cneney & C, doing .business in
the City of Toledo.' county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of One Hundred Dollars
for. each and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Cth day of Decem
ber. A. D., 18S6.
SEAL A. W. Gleasox,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takn intern
ally and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, five.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
- Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall"- Family Pills are the best
-.; . The Night Before Christmas.
-s. . ...
'Twas (he night t.efore Christmas and
hi) through thu house
Eve-jbdy was sleeping as still as a
No stiieking-j wore hung and no pres-
No ChritUM"! tree ord.-p-fl, butn -
Or at leust no one seemed to be trotib
No turkevs ere killed, no mince pse
on th' shcif
No bright-berritjd holly was Wreath.d
on the wall,
No mistletoe bough had been hung ia
'Twas surely the night before Christ
mas, and yet
Everyone in the house seemod this
fact to fortret.
But this happened ill Norway,
nothing was wrong,
For thfir i.ivht hefo.'-o Christmas is
ju-i sis months Ion;.'.
"Quo Vadis" To-Morrow Night.
Can a sermon be preached or acted j
from the stasre.? After witnessing a
performance of '"Quo Vadis"one must
in truth unhesitatingly answer '-yes."
No one can attend this remarkable
play without being benefited aud up
lifted by it. So reverently acted and
so skillfully handled is the recital of
the Lord's prayer by the aged apostle
Peter that no offense is given to those
who hold religion as dear and sacred.
Nothing could be in stronger and
stranger contrast than the heartless
cruelty of the Emperor Nero and the
saintly christians as they existed in
the actual past, in the alluring story
of the novelist and in the dramatiza
tion of the latter. It is possible, of
course, to compress into a brief play
but a fraction of the novelist's elab
orate work, yet they havt succeeded in
preserving the spirit of the famous
original and selected with discrimin
ation its most striking passages.
.The Carpenter Dramatic Company,
who produce this startling spectacle,
is an organization especially formed
for its production which will be given
here at the Broadway Opera House on
Friday' evening, December 28. -! '
The scenery j . of themos. elaborate
nature and consists of eleven full stage
sets., It is "such -an unusual style of
performance that it. is certain to at
tract attention from' all sources and
besides it affoidsexcellcii'. instruction
j and thoughtful ness to ages long past,
! bringing back, to mind scenes which
and thoughtful ness to ages long past,
Ill doubtless tend to soften and sol
vate the intellect.
Xaay Cowponet Wnnted".
f want to bear from any Jady who
j - aa utomach trouble.
I will recom-
mend Dr, Caldwell's Syrup Pepsi nl
guaf?' t Vp"- Yours truly,
1 BJ . Jipf. Wilson.
A Stationary Nation.
France alone," of all the great civil-
ized nations of to-day, has for years f
past been practically stationary in
population. , England, Germany, Rus
sia, even Austria, are making con
stant increases, large or small, iu
their inhabitants, but France's popu
lation has exhibited very little change
for a" third of a century. The excess
of births over deaths in Fiance in
Is? P9, as now
made public, was only
Four of the nine years since
i -.o . . ..i
tion, ana tive of thnm !-ewaied gains.
Tho 1)el inerejtao U) tn., at ten years
. fh;lt ,.,,. , vlL oo-, nno.
Ireland has bee.i declining in popu-1 telegram received by ir. r. E. Bur--lation
ever since th?- famine in 1S4G, roughs asking that. t!ie city council
which killed thousands of its people
and sort millions in the next few years
out of their country to various parts
of the world, chiefly to the United
States. The decline in Ireland "a pop
ulation seems to be under way still,
though the vulume of emigration is
much smaller than it was a score or a
dozen ' years ago. Apparently the
population of Ireland- is "only about
half as great at the present time as it
was when the census of 1841 was taken.
The famine a few years later checked
the growth which had been under way
until that time and ever since then
there has been a steady shrinkage.
In France, however, the conditions
are widely different from those which
prevail in Ireland. Just after France,
as a consequence of the German war
of 1870-71, lost her provinces of Alsace
and Lorraine, her population was, in
round figures 36.000,000. It is now
slightly in excess of 38,000,000. In al-1
most thirty years France has gained
only 2,000,900 inhabitants. This is all
the more surprising on account ef the
insignificant losses which take place
by emigration. Its lo birth rate is
he cause of the practically stationary
haractcr of its population. While
Germany is growing rapidly and con-
inuoiisly, despite the drain by emi
gration, I ranee year after year shows
only an inliuitesimal gain. At the
present lime tue population of the
German Empire is iu the neighbor
hood of 5.000,000, and the gap be
tween the two rivals will apparently
ontinuo to broaden. France is still
a powerful and prosperous nation,
but from present indications it wil'
have dropped to a minor place among
he ifreat con i?.ri-8 f the world before
a quarter of the incoming century has
passed. -Globe- Democrat.
ltjwn t" Atoms.
ri h- old idea that the body sonie
'iriies needs a powerful, drastic, purga
tive pill has been exploped: for Dr.
King's New Life Pills, uhich are per
lectty harmless, gently stimulate liver
ai.d bowels to expel poisonous matter.
e'tat f-e the svsVui and absolutely !
J ure onstipa'ion and Sick Headache, j
i Only 25 cents at I. Ben Miller's drug
! st,re. j
j - :
Is hereby given, that a meeting of
stockholders of tha St. Louis, Cape
Girardeau and Southern Railroad !
Company will take place on Saturday,
February 2, 1901, in the office of the
Company in the city of Cape Girar- the Pemiscot Southern Railroad Com
deau, Mo., northeast corner of Span-pa0y wjn take place on Monday.
ish and Independence streets, between j
the hours of 10 a m. and 4 p. m. of
said day, to submit to the stockholders
proposition to mortgage the property
of said Company to secure two hun
dred and twenty-five thousand dollars
($225,000) first mortgage construction
bonds, and for such other purposes as
may come before said stockholders on
said day. LOUIS B. HOUCK,
Albert O. Phelan, Secretary.
December 1st, 1900.
It GirdlM the Globe. ;.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
as the best in the world, extends tound
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores,
Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches,
Pains and all Skin 'Eruptions.; Only
infallible Pile cure. 25c a 'box' at L
Ben Miller's. " ' '; '''-';''-:' -'.'' .
; Notice to tocaholder. : .
. Notice is hereby given that , the am
nnal election Levea Directors of
the First Natural '-: Bank of ; Cape
Girardeau will be held in the office
of the bank the second Tuesday in
January, 1901. , Polls open from. 10 a.
DO. to 3 p. m. ' ' : r r..!f :
, T. Joseph; Cashier.
Cape Girardeaui Mo., Dec, 4, 1900
Htop the Ctonath and Works f the
. Col4. . ,f .
cure a col$ in one?v -, .i,o -vrT
Price 25 cenU.
l': r . ".' CITY COUN6jL. : ; ' '
jornxAV OF THE PKOCEJEDiifGS.
- " CALLED SESSION "-: -
COCNCIL CHAMBER, )
City ok Cape GiHAKDEAtr. V
Wednesday Evening, Dec. 19. 19001
The council met in special. scsbIoX
pursuant to call of the mayor. I
Mavor William tL. uoerver pre
sided, and the following meuioers oe-
1 ing present: Messrs. blecrwenur, .w
j H-nkop, Fuerth, Kage, Bernhardt,
. t -
oii'C, uwi i iv. . - ,
! The mayor stavea -tee miug fcwT.
been called to take some action on a
take immediate steps and request the
assistance of the members of congress
from Missouri in securing the passage
of a bill no before congress provid
ing for erecting a bridge at this point.
Mr. Burrough being present, real?
said telegram.. . ':' i:f r!
The following resolution was then'
I presented and read:
Whereas, There is noW pending' "
beforh congress a bill introduce by
the Hou, W. D. Vr.ndiver, providing-'
for the grant' by the United State"
Government to the Southern Missouri
& Illinois Railroad & Bridge Com- '
pany of the right to construct a briufe-
across the Mississippi River at Cap
Girardeau, or within miles tlmww
Whereas, The passage of said bill
would be of great benefit to our city,
Whereas, The location of a rail
road bridge at Gray's Point or Thebes
would militate against our interests,
therefore be it
Resolved, By the council of the city
of Cape Girardeau. Mo., that the Hon
ueo. (i. Vest and F. M. Cockrell,
Senators from Missouri, and the Hon
orables James T. Lloyd, William W.
Rucker, John Dougherty, Charles F.
Cochran, Wrtliam S. Cowherd, D A,
DeArmor.'dV James Cooncy. D. W.
Shackleford. Champ Clark. Richard
Barthotdt, Charles F. Joy, Charles E.
Pearce, Edward Robb au M. E. Ben
ton, Members of Congress from Mis- -souri,
be requested to rendur assist
ance to the introducer and promoters
of said bill and co-operate in securing -its
passage: and inasmuch at the
Commerce Committee having said bill
in charge will meet for conideration
thereof on Thursday, Decern b r 20 h, .
liWO, tb,-- Honorable Mayor is hereby-.
authorized and instructed to telegraph
on behalf of the council t the Sena- "
tors and Members of Congress the
substance f this resolution.
On motion of Mr. Kage said resolu
tion was adopted.
The board then on mo' ion adjourned. , .
Geo. E Chappell, Citv Clerk. "
A Woman's Awful IVnl.
"There is only onu chaiiee to save
your life and mat istbrough an oper
ation," were the startling words heard
by Mrs. I. B. Bunt of Lime Ride,
Wis., from her doctor after he had
yainly tried t" cine ber of ft frightful .
ease or summed trouble ana yellow
jaundice. Gal. stoneshail forruwd and
she constantly jirew worse Then she
began to us: Electric Bitters which
wholly cured l.er. It's a wonderful
stomach, livi and kidney tvi:ie y.
Curt - s dyspepsia, loi of app.-i. J ry
it, only aOc, j.;i-ranteed. t or sale by .
I. Ben Miller, uruggist.
i9 hereby given, that a meeting of
December 24, 1900, in the office of the
Company in tie City of Cape Girar-
deau, Missouri, northeast corner of
Spanish and Independence streets, be
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p.
m. of said day, to submit to the said
stockholders the proposition to mort
gage the property of said Company
to secure $100,000 construction bonds,
being one hundred bonds of One
Thousand Dollars each all said
bonds dated October 1, 1900; and for"
such other purposes as may come be
fore said stockholders on said day.
. " LOCTS B. HoccK, Prsldent -AlbebtO.
Phelan, Secretary. : ,
October 23, 1900. .
.Notice to StocHhoWere. - ;
. Notice is hereby gi vea that a seet
ing of the stockholders of the Cpa .
Brewery Ice Company will be i '
at the offiof of the company to the i-.J
of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on;
Thursday, February 4tb, J90L; at 7:3)
p. m., for the purpose of submitting o
said stockholders a proposition to in
crease the capital stock' of said Cape
Brewery kl Ice Company to fifty thous
and dollar and to transact such other,
business at may ctne before sail
meeting. ".J '
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