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THE ROCK" ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, APRTIi- ii, 1913.
greatly facilitated by the discovery of
a heavy file lying on a shelf near the
door. With this intrument he pried
f open the lock and entered the office.
j The sack containing the money was
lying on the floor just inside the
GENERAITHUERTA TIRES OF PRESIDENCY"
JOB; HE MAY WITHDRAW SOON, IS REPORT
Increase Postal Carriers. Resi
ding flint rlc pobtal carriers in Dav-
pnort r I.l have their w ork lessened
fongiri'-mljly by the new order of the
postal Uepartrner.t received by Post
master F!ner, which provides for
four additional lerer carrier- In the
h.rol oftce. Hererr-fore there have
fcer-n 2!t delivery districts in the city
end of those. 2(", h-ve been residential
.nd thref buainHg. liy this order
thire will be four business districts
vi.u a srec!al ci.rriT for each.
Clairvoyant Decr.mps with $1C0. '
Cairn ins that fih? bad btcn victimized
for th rum of J100 by a clairvoyant,
Anns M. Selver 718 West Eleventh
f're?t. has c'..:r.p)-tir'-d to tbe police. !
Fiar:h for the rr.i .Ming soothsayer was ,
Instituted imni"fJia'c-ly after the worn- j
tn fil J hnr information with the pa- j
hoe, but nothing cou.d be found of j
1 'm at his upu:-! haunts. The woman !
claimed that ti.tr had turned over this I
money 1o the man on hiK promise to j
Ce for her and to return the entire j
amount with considerable additional.
While th? war. aw.-ilting the return of
this m on :, hi ra'licn -J together his '
royal rob"a and -d. She lairof;d that j
;:ie clairvoyant tun. niuu'.- n.s ueaa
fjuartTn at l) K.t Sixlu street, but
when the p'll'ce ir vest. gated, nothing
could harried r.f tne man.
City Has Real Knight. Davenport
row hts the honor of having a real
knight, Albert E. HaliOW, proprietor of'
Lloyd's cloUies shop on liratfy street, 1
his received the title of Knight of j
tho Crown from the king of SIkiu. He j
was given this honor tn recognition of
h's Bfirvlt:es as the representative of i
tii- Siamese government tn the inter- j
ij.i'.ior.ai silk Jury at the world's fair
in St. Louis, it very rar-ly that
tr.ib decoration tt. awarded t" foreigu-
highly r'ii.-d 1
t'.;e holder to
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Miss Ida Way of Galesburg came Fri
! day for a short visit with Miss Sara
Crabs and other Aledo friends.
j Master Richard Bitts went to Wood
. hull Saturday to spend the day with
; his father.
Mav Necessitate Soecial Election.- Miss XelUe Holmes of Joy came Sat
Failure to Quality Dy two socialists ; urday to make a short visit at tho
and one progressive,- elected consta
bles and Justice of the peace, respect
ively, a the recent township voting,
may cause the holding of a special
election and the expenditure of $900
more. Town Clerk G. M. Gould, In
looking over the statutes of Illinois,
has found that those who fall to qual-
i ify within 20 days of the election, tak-
ing oath and giving bond, shall not be
home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and j
Mrs. J. A. Powers. !
Mrs. J. R. Welthlngton of Osceola,
Ark., is spending a month with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. August John
Mrs. J. O. Freeman spent Thursday '
with friends In New Windsor. I
Rev. and Mrs. G. D. Adamson and :
; Tit iT TrT t VnrT i MrB- Jennie SBrer of Joy. who were
office shall be considered vacant and w 1' T
filled accordingly." The law specific- , bvterian ch h tn tho . . '
ally states that the vacancies must be
filled iby special election If the term
of office so vacated has more than a
year to run. In the present Instances,
of course, the terms are for four years.
For periods of less than one year the
county board may appoint.
$100,000 for Depot Improvement.
One hundred thousand dollars, exclu
sive of the sum that was spent for
realty, is the appropriation that has
been made by the Rock Island road to
provide Moline with a new passenger
station and to park the ground that
will surround the new structure. De
tailed plans are yet to be prepared, but
assurance Is given that the building
and its surroundings will be of a char
acter that will inspire admiration.
tyterian church to the Presbytery held
In Geneseo, returned home Thursday.
Mrs. Earl Tomlinson of near Cable,
who has been spending a few days
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Bolton, went to Alpha Friday
to visit her grandfather, S. J. Bolton,
and other relatives.
Miss Isola Ral6ton returned to her
home in Viola Saturday aftef making
a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
R. W. Bclton was a business visitor
in Galesburg Thursday.
The April term of the circuit court
was convened here Monday by Judge
E. C. Graves of Geneseo. Frank Jones
of Seaton was made foreman of the
grand jury. The grand jury returned
two indictments, one against Frank
Lafferty of Suez township for assault
Be a Chum
to Your Children
Confide in them, make "pala" of them, and they will
confide in you and grow to be baiter men and
women. Remember, too, their growing bodies and
fast developing brains require nourishing and health
ful food the best, in fact, you can give them. In
the question of bread that food staple and staff
of life - - -
ii'Ji.o:- tiiat Is
-ei. It en '-''Ue,,
U is J r;
:: !v ir. ii:
'l'j'iy liot.iirs autl prlvl
life of that country.
.Vr. liuliov.- h. s two d-'plomtis. one in
f".-iiHHt p.ti'l oti' iM Kiiu'h. The stib
:: i . i ! ' ( -r of thJ original Siamese
Meriro Cjrv, April 14
of his job, Provistonat
t3 is looking for a successor. He has
f"tind it impossible to fulfill his prom
ises to the Mexican people, and it is
believed will rjit it before dissatisfaction
with hie administration becomes widespread.
-Already rlre-i Huerta wan's to turn over the presl- was 'walkinz west alone the tracks
resident Huer-; dency to Pedro Lascurian, who was with a companion when the work train
minister of foreign affairs under Ma-jon Jts rPtUrn trip from the factories
dero. Little Is known of Lascurian. ; approached from the west. Th? noise
Felix Diaz was mentioned as a like- of the siow)v m0ving train was drown
lv candidate for the presidency some cd bv the exhaPt cf a iarge freight
veeKB ago. lie nas since lost mucn or
j bis popularity.
! and disturbing the peace, and fhe other
Struck by Train; Injured. Miss Ma- j Egainst Frank Ccx cf Mathersville for
rie Adams of Geneseo, while crossing SFlling 1:quor Jn anti.saloon territory,
the Reck Island tracks at Tenth street , The wk of tnp grand jury WM com.
in East Moline Friday evening on her pleted at Eoon Wednesday and the jury
way to the Rock Island depot to heard j discharged.
a train for the return trip home to i Miss r.praMino P.m,rwn cnont Wo.
Geneseo, was struck and painfully In-1 rjesday In Rock Island. i
jured by the Rock Island work train j 2lrs j,!ary A LoZier passed away j
that operates betweon East Moline, 1 at her home in this cfty Thursday
and Rock Island. Miss Adams moraine after a few weeks' illness with
pneumonia. t uneral services
NiM sQI &s. Jm mm
is unquestionably the best.
Provide then for the children and all the family TIP
TOP BREAD. ISir am? TIP-TOP U worth
your confidence and their's because it is pure, clean,
wholesome and be&t.
TIP-TOP is made conscientiously,
grocer sells it.
;'sii-;iii ,.; 'ic;4y
trrsU'fd in the j
Complications wt:re the cause of defh.
The apfd man was bcrn Nov. 17, 184?.
!n Germany, where lie received his
engine on an adjoining track and Miss
Adams was unconscious of her dan
ger until she was hurled from the
It M Hunter of Hollvwood. Cal.. and i 11 wda lJ w" UU!""
the Misses Josie and Alice Niels. theital ln tbis cit"' 'w'bere sne WES f0UO(1
former rf Chicaeo, and the latter of
Prove. I'tah, and Isabel.e, Ralph, Roy,
Joseph ard Walter, all at home. One
sister. Mr?. Mary Wager of Kansas,
and a brother, William D. Niels of Dav
enport also survive!
to have severe contusions of the head
held from the Baptist church Satur
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conduct
ed by Rev. J. M. Jones, assisted by
Rev. A. E. Moody. Burial was in the
Mrs. Charles Bloomer and Mrs.
Bwight Morrow of Joy were Aledo vis
; erintendent F. N. Taylor and E. R.
i Fetrie have been appointed by ,the
i board of education to investigate meth
I ods and cost of eauinment necessarv to
Miss Rutii Harney spent Saturday in , install the work in the Aledo school.
west corner of Maple and East Eighth
streets; the G. II. Bftts property lo
cated at the northeast corner of East
! Seventh and North streets; the J. H.
Tubbs of Moline has i
:h, fullnwins children:
.na Co.lK-r. 'fe of Oscar
Mm. V. ( iiri''tfnH'i), wife of
( h-lr, ( h'-in'i'n.-wu; M-r. Ah ira Pet-
i f-r., V. .uter a"d StkB I'etiTt-en,
Mix. 1'iz.Tb' ih ..lmnTi. one of
it!:" pii-". rr rf i'l".it! of Scott roun'y,
(.-rnia'iy. Shu altendeu tln schools iu I
'!ie rid co'n'ry and lived thiT until j
!'; yp.-rs v. heii ahe r.'.. tn . that ',
f hp Mr. S.-hvna' T emigrated to I
, tnericii ( nn niK tle-t to Srott i
roun'y she ri't'f'.ef! l.'-re initll 1S09.
July l'.i of thu: jrir rl v narried
to Hanii S. h::raim ihi"np'it Sur
viving crc tii" Sfl Inisbanrl. Hans
The injuries, while very painful, are
not serious. Miss Adams' companion
was clear of the track and was not
Ordered to Clean Up. As a result of
the inspection of Officer Kemmerling
into the condition of the coffee houses
owned and inhabited by Greeks, Gust
Grievas and John Baladaras, owners of
the building at 244 Third avenue, were
ordered to clean up immediately by
Commissioner Eastman. The bedding
S',t : hccd fJf;-eV r.ml a rtsiient of j eduf-a:icn. Ho was a veteran of the
I .f . vrnport fin't tu- l1?. died at: Franco-German war and was a mem
12:i5 o'clock Si'r -li.'.y aftf rtooa at ' l-f tu' Eampf,:enoBhen. Com ins
J er hotne. W. Wet " S,-c"iid s'reet, ; tills country and to Davenport in
fi t'.e ifnu;1 of a v,ke f.f ap-j; lcsv ; 'be year 1S82. he has continuously re
mPercd Tvitdj-. Mrs. IVcrson was j sided in this oou'Uy ever since. The
Lorn In Ko'.m, Aim ?. or SrhViswIg, ' surviving n lL-tives are five sons, Han?
Ilermntty. n'.-',l ;;. 1S4 lu r maiden ! H- Hsmatin of Colorado; Frederick
name hctng .!i..a .ior'-iisen. When i and Carl Krambrck of Scott county;
IT. years cf i. sic c;':u'' to A'-.i'rica I'onard Krambeck of Co".orad, and
, .. i.. ti-,Ti.., ft t,o u.i , r'iH ' Ciirm Krainberk of Valiev Citv. Iowa:
U. Pet' t on. bo sur- two fiaugliters. Mrs. LMjrls jonannsen v vm-- -"""'
of South Dako-a, and Mrs. Mrs. Chris-, iudus anq iamny anu aiso me nome
tina Peterst u of South Dakota: one i of Wallace Murray.
sisirr. Mrs. Elise itrammpr of South The Baptist Ijadies' Aid society will was considered too filthy to be any
Dakota, ;md our b-other. Augtist Ha-; pive a bandKrthief sale April 27 in where near sanitary. "This Is only
I maun of Scott fo'inty. One brother : charge of Mrs. James Shannon. the first cf a series of investigations,
j and to sistrrs in the o'.d country aiso j jjr8 Krapp has returned home to as it is planned to Improve the con
i survive. I Ccal Valley after caring for her ditions of all the Greek coffee houses
t'ied Widi-.y at t, (. ftmily heme, three Henry ... . a r. irod bu.cner. d.ec ; daughter. Mrs. Emil Klebe last week. In that neighborhood. The lnvcstiga
milee m rthweat rf Ph:atanf Vulley. at 2 o'( !(-: Su.tat Jay afornoon at his Ir8 Klcbe has recovered from thejon was started wfcon the dead body
after a p; Uniced Ulnr:s ar the ae honie, IV'.O lirl.e avenue, after a llcyr- grjp of John Eieles was found in the house
f sr. year. T.-"'um"J was b'rn July ing ll'iirss of over three months' dura- j " Frd Hondorson hag accepted a po- at 244 Th'rd avenue- Later inquiries
lXJX. In (iiite N'ei.haus. Hoiatela, tion. at the a;e of 68 years. Horn in ; ,i1BX..,i'ro 5hnn! I showed that his deJith was probably
Schle-wig, He's in. Germany. Feb. lo, , not due to the conditions, but the in-
1840. Mr. :cls resided ln the old coun- Mrs. Emmet haa reiurned hc.s to , vt,stigation is proving to have splen
trv unt'.l 1S.-.4. when he came to Dav- i I- Salle after visiting relatives nere. , 6id resuju
en port. Si'versl years after hlB arrival j f j:vviiui-v auu muiuirr, jh.
he was miiTied. iiis wife nassinK awav 'George McKinley, will depart soon for
ln the late fO's. The first few years1 an extended western trip including jof tbe BlQ movi p,cture theatre on -.
i.i- r-v ; ii ,. wnrlr. 1 carts of California. . , . ;
ed at the suwir.tjs here as sawyer, , Mrs
ard it vps not until 1890 that he en- eently resigned her position as clerk ; Friday n-;gh, An unk
Mrs. El.se . terra the butcr.er ous-ness. me same , uuwm uruurt, in vueir Siuw, ed timBp-if to a fltnall 6ack of nioney
cour.iy. i.n liyear he opened his shop cn Eddy store, departs May 1 for Los Angeles, ;containi&g between $75 and $100. The
V.'nif. of Wtn'erset s'reet. he was unfed in marriage w-.tn , tai., u speua tne summer, aiibs Jose-; v. y waa committtd some time af-
M.ss Jennie Pilcner, ln navenport, pnine .-Neiou nas laKen ner piace at ter
who survives. He is a.so stirvived by tae store.
oodhull. ! Guy j Carroll has purchased a lot. Day, Bert Graham and B. F. Tudor
Herschel Felton and daughter, Miss'on South Manle street from E. Park- i properties located at tho southeast cor-
and body and a slightly sprained back. ! Bessie, of Millersburg arrived home ma:1 and will erect a new home there ; ner of South Maple and East Fifth
Thursday from Malaga. Mexico, where this summer.
they have spent the winter.
Mrs. Alvin Odell returned to her
home In Joy Thursday after visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. H.
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Odell.
streets; the Tri-County Light and
Mrs. S. E. Love entertained the Power company site at the corner of
South Side Sewing club Thursday at-! South Walnut and West Sixth streets,
ternoon. These sites were submitted under tho
Charles Prillar of Philllpsburg, I direction of the committee appointed
Mont., spent Wednesday and Thursday , by the Aledo Retail Mrchants' assocla-
Rev. Spencer Baker of Millersburg
returned from Geneseo Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Pittenger of Ma
ccmb came Thursday to spend a few
dcys with their many friends Tn Aledo.
Mrs. E. E. Mosier of Joy spent Frl-
! calling on Aledo friends.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Baker and fam
ily have moved from Joy and occupy
the Nylin property in this city. Mr.
Raker Is the butter maker at the Mer-
ccr county creamery.
tion, composed of L. C. Detwiler, J. A.
Weils and D. 11. lYrr.
Relatives in Aledo have received
word of the marriage of Miss Hutu
Dool and Fred Kerricb, both of Bill
ings', Mont., which occurred ln that
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Farm went to j city Monday, March 31, at the homo
found in the house was burned, as it ! at the hume of her son Glenn Rob- j Keithsburg Wednesday to spend a few ! cf the bride's sister, Mrs. Bruce Cooke.
bins. ri.ivn with Mrs Farm's parents
Miss Blanch McKinney went to Ke-'end Mrs. A. C. Ogle.
wai'ee Saturday to spend a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Wilson Fulton.
Rev. A. E. Moody and Mr. and Mrs.
C. . Det wiler returned home from hiving lp Alexin, orrurrcd n! clerk ; ous young business man of Hillings,
Geneseo Thursday, whe-e they hav? . Wednesday, April 2, 1313, in Daven-
heen attending the nring meeting of j port. The wedding was a very quiet
th presbytery which was held in that affair. In the evei.ing D' Lair's p-ir-;
city. Mr. Moody and Mr. Detwiler ! PT)ts Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lair of this wanee hursday to attend the annual
represented the session and Mrs. Det-j city and a few other gtiesls joined the . convention of the Women's Home Mls
wiler represented the Woman's Home ' bride nnd groom at a 6 o'clock dinner ' sionary society held in the Methodist
and roreipn Missionary society of the Davenport host of friends here ! church in that city.
First PresbyA-ian church of Aledo. j wiHh Mr. and Mrs. Lair much hanni-
o . . Mr- and Mrs- lj- R- Ta''or of Joy,ness. After April 24 they will be at
Robs Theatre of $100. Propr.ctors WPre Aledo visitors Thursday. i w,,- tr. thlr frinrt in Alpvia
Mrs. W. M. Kerehner of Walnut re !
Mr. ! Mrs. Kerrich is a daughter of tho late
Mr. and Mr3. John Dool and spent her
The marriage of Miss Letha Violet girlhood days in this city where she
Bilker of Wilton, Iowa, and Dr. Matt ; has many friends who wish her every
T. Lair, formerly of Aledo, but now happiness. Mr. Kerrich is a prosper-
wV-re they will reside.
.Mrs. W. . Loiinier, Miss Louise Bax
ter and Miss Jessie Stein went to Ke-
'nrr.nne. p(t-.-r f yer.rs. a
s,-tt uvt'.iy ff-r many
i :t ,r. o'c locu Saturiny
t Me-ry ho--.rital af'er a
brief lllni s ff a few d-ys" duration.
Glad to Give estimates.
Mr. Lamp, the plumber, will be glad
Mrs H. S Mindauch wpnt tn P. nips- i tn pivn von pstiniatr S nn wour nlumh.
i Fifth avenue, near Sixteenth street, turned to her home Saturday after a i burg Saturday to visit her son. Ed Mid- lng, hot water, steam and vacuum
i a ooio roDiry tnree weeks- visit witn ner daughter, ! daugh, and family. heating. Telephone West 3. Ump
aknown thief help- Mrs. F. Griffin. j Mrs. Roy Noble of Joy was an Aledo Plumbing shop, C19 Seventeenth
K J. Wendt was a business visitor ; visitor Friday. j street- (Adv.;
In Woodhull Thursday. piv hsr hopn nfF.rftd tho v. I
Willetts of ernment as nossihle locations for ' Chamberlain's Stomach and L'.vr
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
the closing of the theatre. It is "ock tsiana went to Joy '1 hursday to Aledo's new federal building and all Tablets are Eifo, sure and reliable.
the belief of the police and A. C. visit Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Poland. are wen located. These sites are as and have been praised by thousands of
n emiare... rrn.Mr, yu , . . . Woodyatt, the proprietor, that the In- ; -Mrs. f. z.. v right and daughter, Miss follows: The C. K. Marnuis residence women who have boon restored to
and fcdwara mw or navenpcr:: airs. irea iron a recent acciuent nen sne trudr attended the a8t performance Dorothy, who have been visiting with pr0perty at the south corner of tforth ; health through their gentle aid and
Elirabeth Donaldson of Peorli
Mrs. Tess Coollr.g of Dixon, 111
. fell, breaking her arm, while roller I
t ,1 jf'-V a 'fiyji'iVfita g Ji ii'riBMi "'- -Tl '- ..r .i : . . .-.-.
W all Paper
of the eveninr nnd takine advantace Mr. and Mrs. C. Miller, returned to .Vit,i nr.d Vat Fiio-hih ttn.oia- tho fnrativo nr)n.rHer. Snlrt hv nil Hrn.
skating. i of the semi-darkness of the orchestra : their home In Peoria Friday. G c. Mclntyre property on the south- c'sts. (Adv.)
Mrs. Claud De Mundrum has re- u .,tort v.rnceif nnr tho w Mrs. Zella Kellums and two children. ' '
; turned home to Barstow after visiting .-.ta .v,i. ,k. ,.h th who have been visitinK their trand- i -- - - .
;i iuo uci uruLu -crc theatre Emerging after the building "lulueri ;,irs- J ieman in joy, were j
past week. jhad doeed ,for the n1ght the ; Aledo visitors Saturday and returned:
I i ; A musical cantata will be given ln thM Bttomntort tn ntpr tho hnr nfflro to their home in Kewanee. !
in proceeds are ror ,an(. fir,riir hia ontrar.ro imneriort hv a i uesuay s iie BCOCK snipmeniS Trom i
me lutm jam were iour canoaas oi
the benefit of the
If you are going to re-
paper this Spring, choose
. Stocks are complete,
Our wall paper puts
brightness into your home.
The kind that when you
put them on they, stay on.
WE ALSO DO PAINTING AND DECORATING. ESTI
MATES GIVEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .
1C12 Fo-orlh Ave.
McKinley school. !doo, .foodo,, to kick In one of the
The music teacher. Miss Millie Beck, ; panoi3. At this point his project was
, is Lijuumg uie cuiiuren sua lu yruui-
'fi ; ises to be a very good entertainment.
Mesdames Wright. Haddick, Smith
; and Geeser.hagen have arrived home
from a visit at Jollet, 111.
Mrs. Victor McKnlght 1b expected
home from Indiana the latter part of
the month, having spent the winter
there with relatives.
April 14th the new Silvia library
will be formally opened on Ninth f
street and First avenue. I
Luse'.na Peterson haa recovered from !
the grip. !
The Royal Neighbors met last Tues- t
day evening when a social time pre
Mrs. Louis Korb entertained the J.
,W. F. clu-b last Wednesday afternoon.
A nice lunch was served. The ladies
will next meet in Rock Island at the
home of Mrs. F. E. Edwards.
Mrs. F. W. Johnson entertained the
members and friends of the Baptist
Indies' Aid society last Wednesday.
Jt was a pleasant and profitable meeting
thou-gh tee inclement weather made !
the attendance email.
Rov .V.ams end familv of Rock Is
land visited friends here Tuesday. ,
V.'sido McKijiey r.d parents. Mr. i
r.r.d Mrs. GrTze McKinley departed ,
. . ... 1. 7 v K
ti J Mke 'our bon" a n',I!y I
fc. I pice to live. Kep your f -1
'.z.i: week for CalifcrnLa.
n i j
ater-cioset dowis elf an ai.d
bite a cew w. to sam-Flash.
M7 to us no unplea&mt
couring. Carnot burt tne
piurr.mng- Shake a I.t:!e ir.io
the bc l tw- e a week deo
dorize?. diiic:ec'ji acd oakca
25c a can
At your grocer or drcst'
cattle and one load of hogs.
S. R. Amlong spent Thursday in Mon
mouth. Mrs. J. W. Parkinson and little
daughter, Lorna Rose, went to Joy
Thursday to spend a few days with
Mrft. ParVinann'a Aunt M t-Vonfcu !
Mrs. F. Forber and baby son, Frank,
returned home Friday from Keiths
burg, where they have been visiting
Mrs. Forber'8 mother, Mrs. J. W. Shaw
ley. David Tolle of Kearney, Neb., who
has been visiting friends in this city,
went to New Eoston Wednesday to
spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
A son was born to Mr. end Mrs. Earl
Honeyman April 3, 1913. i
j Mrs. F. E. Cabeen was hostess to '
I the members of the Bridge Whist club
! Wednesday afternoon. After a series !
; of game?, l;ght refreshments were j
; Eered. j
Courses in manual training and do-i
j r.iestic science are to be added to the j
Aledo school course and will be in-;
Jaugurated next fall at the opening of j
i tho school year. Rooms will be fitted
up for special instruction in these i
courses on the first floor of the North
i side school building and two r.ew in-1
structors will be added to the list ofi
i teachers to teach these subjects. Sup-i
IV ESTEEM UNION
THEO. N. VAIL, PRESIDENT
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CORIPAHY