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THE AEGUS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1899.
jVjR KFNT-A LAC'JE BARN AT 1 110
ANTKD A COOK WITH KEFJSKENCES
at 1010 Second Tenuc
A NTKI BO A RDEB S. CHOICEROOMS
and Duara at sue r ourcn muc.
WANTKD-A COMPETENT COOK. IX
quire of Mrs. J. W. Potter, 721 beren
"lITjV.STED COMPETENT GIRL. FOH . JES
? eral binme ork at once. i"r lnforra;-
tioo call at A hois ollice.
WANTE D-A KKIJ A HI.K OIRL. FT B iKS
eral bouscwork. Apply to Mrs. Aaa:r
Ileassnl.-. 1IJ Second avenue.
WANrEI-A CAPABLE SOLICITOR FOlt
union laiMr caper. Adlros M. Jf!
Twentieth street. Hoc ttland.
WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lewrni. In dancing can do so by
enquiring at Hf tb avenue. Joae.
-I VANTED-I WANT TO RENT A FOL'R
or lie roni cottaife 'b- Must
lie centrally located. P. It. Parsoni at HtNi
"VANTKI TWO flOOD PORTRAIT SOLI
V citiini.oNewrlin.rtlllto : P m. all
for W. Thorn. Sua K-urtu avenue. Sa.uraay
and Sunday. Kodt-L-Uand.
VANTEI - A PI.ACr. TO WOIJK AS
V cxjk. with tue privilege of noma J1"-'
attlt'hl. Applv in tbe tveuin? at 35M 1 h:ra
avenue. Reference tflven If required.
WANTKU-LAtrv STENCH :R. I'll K.R. fiSfc
who ill do foldlnv and mailinir of circu
lars: mut write a plain niinrt. Kc-minirton ma
cbine. Call 1510 Second avenue. Kock Island
ANTKI -A MAN OK CHARACTER
v ar.d aniliiv. exrerienced In canvaniK
or willing to learn, to represent a well estab
lished Justness. Address in own h:inlwritlntr.
trtviptr aire and occupation. --Company," AK
t, L H ollice.
WANTED CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE
distributors: ft per !. pay advanced:
pennanent: experience unnecessary. Union
Advertising company, Kolhschild buildintr,
"Itr ANTED TO IJOAN MONEY ON DIA
vV monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand woods of all kinds also.
The above Koods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. Hi new number and location,
13 Second avenue. IVm't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
"TjlOR SALE TWO UOOl HUILDING LOTS,
L kuiI.tO feet, near C, K. I P. depot, a
I.IOIC SALE IDRTAKLK I"HOT JKA PH
irallrry with ail equipments, cheap for
i-.ish. ;uy Hudson. Clcaveland, 111.
-ITKm SALE TWO NICEHOMKSON THIRD
JJ avenue, one tWO. the other l.1': paving
paid for. Inquire at 1 1 10 Third avenue.
14t lt SALE A liKllWI-NUK THAT ST
v. still irood as new. will ! sold for :i.SO
if taken at once. Apf'y l -ltt Tenth street.
FOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
All kinds of fruit: Rood buildings: near
town. A barcain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon A Uowman.
17HJR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
. farm near twn. Ixts of fruit. To be
old cheap to nettle an estate. II4re Ls a bar
rain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon &
IilOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN UMAS
ter's addition, old basebaU grounds. These
lot will be sold from Ho upward; small
amount down, balance on long time at 0 per
rent. Keldy Bros., room t. Mitchell & Lynde
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
or live unfurnished rooms, at - Ttir-ti-enth
"LIOR RENT 7-RIM1M HOUSE WITH ALL
J modern conveniences. IK'I Seventeenth
street. Inquire at 1 10.) Seventeenth street.
IjlOR RENT THE STOBE. ?J3 SEVEN
trenth street, formerlv Hcupiel p har
ness shop tiood location for any kind of busi
ness. Inquire of F. W. Saueiuian, 11 Eigh
FOK RENT NEW LODGE R(.KM. WHAT
was formerlv the Standard club ntotss.
Uss 1 n titt-d up with new nrd complete
lodge room ruiniturc and fixtures, uud Is
open ami readv fir Inspection. Cheap rent:
si Cii in heat. Apply of Krell & Math.
M ISCELLAN EOUS.
T.)rIK-A FINE YOCNG SETTER 101
-I t v rer can have same by iayin; for this
l4OUNI-A PAIR OF GLASSES OWNER
-1 can h.ive sate tv calling at A Kut's ollice
and aiu:: for this notice.
"1 (1ST-N T VV ENTY-FOURTH STREVrT.
J i bt-taeen Kit-tit b and Ninth avenues, a pair
if gold sectaelesji. Keturn to Model enoc
fctore" and receive reward.
rilKANCK AND BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
J- magnetic healer now located at Mi Sixth
street. Satisfaction guaranteed. lYivate and
coundenu il letters answered.
T OST AN
J i wj
OPEN-FACED LADIES' KLD
rateh m tho vicinily of Twenty-third st
s txiiit t wo weeks ago. tinder re. urn to An
t.t-sotlicc snd receive reward.
MONEV TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
twe loans by W. H. Eastmsn. ITl " Sec
ond avenue, w i thou I publicity or removal He
also makes coUectious hard ones a specially.
1 1 KI.P
WANTED LADirS TO MAKE
bandages at home for large surgical
DOUS4T. UIH ft" WCCS1. M-U - ' wuumKCU
statnped esvclope for reply. Marshall at Co.,
lsrooklyn, N. Y.
MRS M M.xJKE. INDEPENDENT SL.TE
wrt-r. clairvoyant and business me
dium. All matters of marriage, divorce,
sepuraii us. tauii v tnulIe. law. luck, etc :
missing perrons or apers: ltst or stolen atii-l-s.
The "Olv slate writing medium w est of
1 bicugo. niieenth streeu
FREFr FREE- FB EE' FOR A FEW DAYS
I will answer scaled questions free f ail
charge. Come and see me at on-e, Tbe cele
l aled life reader and palmist has just closed
twomootos business at Moline andb-s located
la ibis citv at sis Fifteenth street. Hours 9 to
1 Wiihout the aid of an man. ange'. pint or
devil. 1 read from your band every trouble
doubt cr fear, hope or desp ir. I give niues in.
full, dates sod f acLs In detail, snd never ass a
question. Ladies. SO cents; gentlemen. (I. if
aatisfaotorv. otherwise free. 1 leach piUml.
ry or profeasianal purposes.
tttwsts woh whether yo isMaw tb
Wrwr-m i ; 1 1 toiiwrv nam, rw-
rmnve n otwirrw toorv. mill.
i"m mil aw i
7"yv wa drarru.ws
tll vssek tors. Tu tt wta
I SStll StlT IMlMl.llllB Oba
. St, onslly rarca; 1 Soxsv S3 St,
to enr. er w rwfwmd wxntir.
THE EXCFXLENCE OF SYECP OF HCS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of tbe combination, but also
to tbe care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California. Fio Svbcp
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing' the
true and original lemedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Fig is manufactured
by the California Fio Strop Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
lies, x ne nigh standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Ss-kcp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
yie name of the Company a guaranty
cf the excellence of its remedy. It is
far ia advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AJf rK AX CISCO. Cat.
I.OUIAVILLE. Mr. W TOIIC. IT. Y.
A T MEAL
Do you ever consider the
quality of the Bread you are
eating? It may be rood. It
niiht be better, purer, fresh
er aud more wholesome. It
will be all riht if you buy
KKKLL & MATH'S
Ask your Grocer for Krell &
Math's Perfect Home
and insist on having it, why,
because it is the best ami does
not cost any more th:in tho
jMHirer kind. Krell & Math's
Bread is always ;ood, whole
some, pure and nutritious,
rich in flavor and of line grain.
Every loaf has our name
priuted ou a red label. Do not
let tiiciu palm of some other
Bread ou you as just as good,
as there is no Bread made
that is as good as Krell &
Math's. All the lest (Irocers
handle it. Try it.
Krell & Math's
FnoneUM. 1719-1718 Second Avenue.
Eat your dainty, costly viands.
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Krell & Math's pure bread.
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they knowgood cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
ton Block. ,
A BICYCLE FREE,
The Argus to Present One
Some Old or New Subscriber.
AN OUTLINE OP THE PLAN.
Anj Old Subscriber Wbo Fays VI on Sub
scription Either on Back Account or In
Advance Gets a Chance to Guess New
Subscribers Who Par In Advance May
Guess Also Consolation Prises.
In order to be always up and doing
The Akgls proposes to give to some
old or new subscriber absolutely free,
a handsome new Modern bicycle of 1 899
pattern on a plan that will insure
satisfaction to all.
The contest opens tonight, Feb. 4th
and will close three weeks from to
night, Saturday evening Feb.
25th at 6 o'clock.
It will le known as The Akgi's Pkize
Tizzle Contest, and the bicycle will
be given to the lirst correct answer
received after the puzzle is published,
which will appear in The Akuus of
Saturday evening. Feb. 11. 1899.
This is done in order to give everyone
a chance to comply with the con
ditions which are as follows:
Any new subscriber who pays $1
for a 10-weeks' subscription to The
Aiiiits in advance will be given a
ticket entitling such subscriber to a
guess in the contest, or one guess for
every $ 1 so paid on subscription.
Any old subscriber who pays $ 1 on
subscription will receive a ticket
entitling them to a guess in the same
manner, or more guesses at the rate
of one guess for every $ I paid on sub
scription. In this manner all patrons
of the paper share and share alike.
In cither case, however, the money
must be paid at or seut to The Aiigits
office. No guesses will be given for
money paid to carriers.
In the issue of Saturday evening,
Feb. 11, a prize puzzle containing a
square lilled with black dots will be
printed. To the first correct answer
as to the number of dots in the puz
zle the bicycle will bo given, every
answer leing marked with the time
received and precedence given to the
lirst one that is correct. The puzzle
will be such that no one will be able
to estimate tho number correctly in
side of several hours, so that all will
have a good chance to get tbe wheel,
lu order to make it more attractive,
a fi-iuontbs' subscription free will be
given to all who estimate it correctly,
but are too late to get the bicycle.
All contestants will be required to
send in their estimates ou a blank
form that will lie furnished at The
A kg i s ollice to all who are entitled to
You can pay at any time, get your
blank ready "for your answer and
make up the reply when you please.
If the wheel "is won by a lady, a
lady's bicycle will le provided.
If no one estimates the number
of dots correctly the wheel will lie
given .to the one who comes nearest
A detailed description of the bicycle
will be given later.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Lots for sale, Reidy Bros.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
For insurance, E, J. Burns.
Boll butter 15 cents a pound at
The Misses Jones dancing school
tonight at Carse hall.
Dr. F. B. Haley, dentist, 1615 Sec
ond avenue, over David Don's,
Plenty of fresh butter and eggs and
nice dressed chickens at Beecher's.
Attend the dance at R che's hall to
night given by the Hallelujah club.
Tickets 25 cents.
If those parties do not pay, see
Eastman. 1712 Second avenue. " Office
open till 9 p. m. Phone 4202.
The grand cake walk occurs at Har
per's theatre Feb. 9., A warm time
and a tine exhibition of .fancy walk
lrjg. The mailing department of the
Modern Woodmen is being removed
into the new building on Third ave
nue. For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
$4 per ton. and" crushed coke at 94.40,
at the works.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at 6 a. m. was 2.35; at
noon it was 2.40 The temperature at
noon was 5 above.
All union men are cordially invited
to attend the dance givjn by the
Bricklayers' union tonight at Armorv
hall. Ticket 50 cents.
Miss Mattic Marshall will sing the
latest rag time songs, "Mr. Johnson
Shut Dat Door" and "No Coon Half
so Warm," at Harper's theatre Feb. 9.
You can borrow money on any kind
of personal property without publici
ty or removal. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue. Oflice open till 9 p. m.
Duke McBollings sprained an ankle
while at work at the Cresent bridge
yesterday. Dr. C. C. Carter attended
him at his home, 823 First avenue.
MaCabe's announcement on page
live really mean a great stock reduc
tion of at least f 50, 000 prior to March
1, when the new firm takes possession.
The Bock Island Ministerial associ
ation will meet Monday, Feb. 6, at
, 10:30 a. in. in the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
The subject will he "Devotional Study
' of the Bible."
On another page of this paper, will
le found au important announcement
made by McCabe Bros., which will
doubtless bo of great interest to many
of our readers.
) Attend the Turners1 grand mas
querade at Davenport Feb. 4. Be-
1 served seats may le had. Tickets on
sale at Woltmailn's jewelry store. A
good stage performance will also be
Beware of inexperiesced and unre
liable tuners. They do your piano
more harm than good. Bowlby em
: ployes two strictly first-class tuners
i and repairers. All work warranted
I and prices reasonable. Leave orders
or telephone 1054.
The meeting of the boirdof regents
of the Frateral Tribunes to have been
held yesterday afternoon lor the pur-
TO TALK BASEBALL,
Meeting to Be Held
Wednesday of Next
ARRANGEMENTS FOB THE SEASON.
Rock Island Association to Discuss the
Situation With Cltlsens, and Organise
for Business, Collection of Necessary
Funds. Etc. Sage for Manager All
Around the Circuit.
Wednesday evening of next week a
meeting of the Bock Island baseball
association will be held, probably at
Turner hall, for the purpose of shap
ing matters for the forthcoming sea
son. Committees will be appointed
to solicit the funds required to put
the club on its feet, and a general
plan of procedure adopted. . It is the
desire of the otlicers of the association
that all interested citizens, business
men especially, make it a point to be
on hand, anU make suggestions and
lend their support, to the end that
the club may be launched ou a solid
and substantial basis. The time is
rapidly approaching wh u finances
will be needed, and it. is the desire of
tbe association to arrange matters as
soon as possible.
There will be several changes in the
directorate of the local club. Oscar
Schmidt will be made one of the new
directors. Friends of Harry Sage are pushing
him for manager of the Bock Island
team. Doc is known as one of the
most reliable men in the profession,
and would doubtless give to the city
a first-class club.
Gossip of the Diamond.
John J. Bafferty, who has ofTiefcited
in the Atlantic. ew- York State and
Eastern leagues, wants a place as um
pire in the Western association.
Buck" Ebright opines that he would
enjoy himself bundling the indicator
in the Western association. He saw
a little service in the Western league
last year. Ed Boland, of Evansvillc,
Ind., makes application and so does
Charles Tindill, of Chicago, recom
mended by Tony Esterquest, and like
wise George Black, last year con
nected with the International league.
George J. Wagner writes encourag
ingly of tbe baseball situation in
Bloomington. He is firm in the con
victiou that baseball will pay in that
city. He has offered to put in a team
( on a good footing and get everything
in readiness for the opening of the
season, leaviog it to the citizens to do
their share to carry the game along
This is a smiare oiler and all indica
tions are now that Bloomington will
i be as enthusiastic as any citv in the
I . The Cedar Rapids people hope to
secure 12 $ 100 subscriptions for the
ball team, and propose to make the
12 donors directors of the club. Aid
W. (i. Haskell, Aid. Buck. Attorney
. II. C. Blake and (Jeonre A. Lincoln
I will raise the money.
I A Bockford special savs: "Presi
dent J. Stanley Browne, of the West
ern Baseball association, returned to-
A little Fruit
A little Cream
That's enough ready rooked
Sustaining and delicious.-
poso of acting upon the resignation of day from a trip to Bloomington and
other southern cities in tbe circuit.
all of which ho found enthusiastic
Hon. W. C. (ialloway, of Aledo, the
supreme tribune of the order, has
been postjoned until next Monday.
It is just possible that Anti-Wash
board soap may not suit you; don't
: condemn home manufactured soaps
over the prospects of the season. He
will soon announce the eighth city to
complete the circuit. Many applica
tions for positions as umpires are4e-
i on that account. Try the Imperial or ; 1Dg received. Jimmy ard wui ue
anv oiner oranu 01 kock is ami soan. . " .v....; v.
ri"u" . .i t schedule committee will soon be called
Should Keouire No Cooklnft.
People who dine at night realize
that the mid-day lunch should le
small in volume, but strong in fowl
A few teaspoonsful of dry Crapc
Xuts treated to a little cold "(or hot)
cream, is a fascinating dish for the
palate, anil furnishes the very con
centration ot nourishment, so tnat
the. user docs not ret faint lefore the
evening dinner. Grape-Nuts and
cream with a little fruit is an ideal
The Most Fatal Disease.
It is not generally known that more
adults die of kidney trouble than of
any other disease. When tho first
symptoms of this disease appear, no
time should Ikj lost in taking Foley's
Kidney cure, which is guaranteed or
Edncata Tour Bowels With Csseareta.
Candy Cstbsrtie. era eonnation forever.
tOcSSc If C C C. fail. d. uodmonay
On Photographic Work
" C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we hare de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Booms oprosite Harper House.
1 he wrappers from any brand are
valuable for premiums. We make
all grades of soap, but Auti-Wash
board is the best.
A piano that will stand the test in a
college of music where they are used
for practice every hour in the day for
years, must surely le constructed on
the best known scientific principles,
and of the very liest materials. Such
an instrument is the new scale Kim
Cv Young, the south-paw, who
twirled here last season, and who has
been signed by Detroit, has hi9 photo
in the Sporting News this week. Cy
is at present working for the Ameri
can Express company at St. Louis
Crip's Kavases Doomed.
So much misery and so many death!
have been caused by the - grip, that
Four of the leading college of every one should know what a won-
Chicago use them also the colleges at
-Notre Dame, alparaiso. Dubuque,
Des Moines. St. Louis, Dixon, ill.,
and dozens of others cities. The fol
lowing is only one of a thousand who
are loud in their praises of these ex
cellent pianos. Over 400 sold in the
tri-cities: Northern Indiana Normal
school, Valparasio, Ind. "I know
dertui remedy lor mis malady is
found in Dr. King's New Discovery.
That distressing stubborn cough that
inflames vour throat, robs vou of
sleep, weakens your system and paves
the wav for consumption is iiuicklv
stopped by this matchless cure. 'If
you have chills aud fever, pain in the
back 01 the nead, soreness in bones
earth for a piano, and do not believe
any other will give such excellent
service as the Kimbali. The fact that
they have borne the test in our school
for 10 years is sullicient evidence that
they cannot be excelled. Very re
spectfully, H. B. Brown, president."
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy In Chicago
Hi3gcn Bros., the popular South
Side druggists, corner of Sixty-ninth
street and Weutworth avenue, says:
We sell a great deal of Chamber
lain's Cough remedy, and find that it
gives the most satisfactory results,
especially among children for severe
colds ami croup." For sale by all
that a school is the hardest place on J and muscles, sore throat and that
cougn that grips your throat like a
vice, you need Dr. King's New Dis
covcry to cure your grip, and pre
vent pneumonia or consumption
Price 50 cents and f 1. Money back if
not cured. A trial bottle "free at
the drug storesof Hartz & Ullemeyer
and Hartz & Babnsen.
Many l'eople Cannot Drink
eifYee at night. It spoils their sleep,
lou can drink rain-l) when you
please and sleep like a top. For
(irain-O does not stimulate; it nour
isbes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the best colTee. For
nervous persons, young people and
children, Grain-O is the jerfect drink.
Made from pure grains. (Jet a pack
age from your grocer today. Try it
in place of coffee. Fifteen and 25
Mr. S. A. Fackler. editor of the Mi
canopy (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife
and children, suffered terribly from
la grippe. OneMinuto Cough Cure
was the only remedy that helped
them. It acted quickly. Thousands
of others use this remedy as a specific
for la grippe, and its exhausting after
effects. Never fails. For sale by T
IL Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M. F.
Coughs, colds, down to the very Only one remedy in the world that
borderland of consumption, yield to : will at once stop itchiness of the skin
the-soothing, healing iulluences of in any part of the body; Doan's Oint
Dr. Wood's Norway Pioe Svm p.- For -ment. At any drug store, price 0
sale by Marshall at t isaer. cents, r or saie uy larsuau oc z isner.
Nat Tessera 8a it aaa Ssjea Tsar Life Awsy.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mg
actie. fuU of life ne, ve and vigor, take Ko-T
Use, tbe wonder-worker, tiiat makes weak men
strong. All dracjrista, 0o or (1. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and aaniple free. Ail Or cm
Sterling Uesedy Co.. Chicago or New York.
Coughing injures and inflames sore
iungs. One Minute Cough Cure
loosens the cold; allavs coughing and
heals quickly. The best cough cure i
for children, perfectly harmless. Fort
sale by T. IL Thomas. A. J. Beiss and
M. F. Bahnsen, druggists.
Cheap Cash Store.
Plenty of choice Table Butter, per pound only 5C
Strictly Fresh Eggs, warranted, only per dozen I7ic
The best COc Teas, this sale only per pound 40 C
The best sifted Japan Teas, only pe pound 20C
McLaughlin's XXXX aud LionXJoffees, only J0C
Nice Parl Homany, the best, '2 pounds 5c
Nice Oranges and Lemons, jer dozen only 20C
Fancy Jersey Cranberrys, 4 quarts for 2SC
Overshoes and Rubbers.
We are overstocked on Overshoes and Rubbers, and are now
going to let them go at cost and 1k?1ow at this sale.
-1513 and 1515 Second Avenue,
II II Stevk F. Milleic, Sole Lessee and Manager.
SUN DA Y EVENING, FEB. 5.
First and only engagement in this city of DAVID BKLASCO'S
great international success.
"THE HEART OF MARYLAND"
A Play of Great Merit. A Marvel in Stagecraft.
SCENE FROM THE HEART OF MARYLAND
Presented by David Belasco's company. J ho novel and realistic bel
- fry scene, strong situations, exciting climaxes. H0O nights in New
York, si nights in Chicago, 72 nights in Boston. 50 nights in Phila
delphia. 10 nights in Ioiidou, Eng. Sale of seats opens Thursday,
Feb. 'J, at IJlcuer's Jewelry Store.
PRICES--25c, 50c, 75c and SI. I
A Handsome Sideboard
can be liouglit from our superb
stock of furniture at such a rea
sonable price that you can deco
rate your dining room with one of
these convenient pieces of furni
ture without embarrassment to
your purse. We have reduced our
vhole stock of dining room, par
lor and lcd room furniture to
prices that make them rare bargains.
PnDnCQ 1802 Second
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Book Island. III.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid
sfOJTEY L0A2TED Off PEES 35 AL COLLATES A.L OS REAL- E3TATE 8E3URITX
J. M. BufonL president,
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Ureeaawait, Cashier.
Begac business July t, 1880, and ocenpy tbe
S. K. eornei of Mitchell Lyada's
H. S. Cable. Win. WllmertOB
John Crubsusn, Inll Mitchell,
H. V. Hull. L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Kurort
8oUcaor Jackson Hons.