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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY "2. 1892
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latist U. S. Gov't Report.
1 1 cy .
THE LAW IS GOOD
!ne-:iiro us miDcomw, nec.-tuso i rt-iirxt
thHt when be snt it to cor.gTes- fce had an
iiitimaiiuc of Chili's re;.Ir. K'ji".ii should
. , never Iihvi l-eeti st-ut there, bin liaviue
And Lottery Matter Cannot rO ' lvei. and n-cveuhis iacajsieity. he should
. . now ret ailed. Tlie r--o:u; ion his been
... uic niaiii. referred to the forei-i. r.nir commute
j fctid I expert a favorIie rt-;rt."
BO I5CIII3 TEE SUPREME COtfBT. j hcar takes aeig contract.
' ' j He V. ants riiklmntrrs To tie Matte 2
Ott'.eiai Ai i-toerarj."
AM1IN iToN, t'eb. & stepresenlativt
Hoar, of Massachusetts, appeared before
the house jomuiiitee n reform in the civil
service yes tenia y in i-.p,m,f Lis bill to
tx the ten ire of postmasters and to regu'
late their appointment, promotion, and re
moval, i ne bill maKes tue appointment
ermanen- during ood U-havior, thereby
taking the- pvsto'lice still more out of poli
tics: it hIs 1 provides for promotions from
uue pr-to;'i'.-e 10 Knottier.
A I'lea for the Measure.
noar Httnied that the bill, if en act ec
iMo a la, would tavatly increase th
flnciency of the mail service. He calleC
attention to the etficiency of postmasters
not removal by the cl.anire. of administra
tion, and cited cases of inefficiency ot
new post masters until they becami
thorough! acquainted, vvith their duties
The bill tuiuht not, he said, entirelv stoi
removals for political pttrpof.es, but il
would pre'-ent them to a large dei-ree, anc
ny so doing would l-e r. benefit to the ser
The Doings in t ungress.
WasIiin iToN, Feb. 2. After some un
important routine business yesterday ii
the senate l'almer introduced a bill to de
velop and facilitate interstate comnierct
in the states and territories drained by thl
- . . -
uissisMpp. river. A bill was parsed to re
imburse Nevada citizens for the expense!
incurred in suppressing Indian hostilities
The bills providing for the refunding t
Mexico of the unexpended balances of tb
Ij A bra and Weil claim awards wert
Ia the house bills were introduced to re
move the disal.ilities of ex l onfederatrt
who have enlisted in the l"i.;tt fstatM
army: to .tromote ami encourage ai-ricul
tnre .Sinipsoni. The report of the rule
committer accupied the balance of tht
day. An ittcnipt to strike out the pr.r
vision mai.im; the report of the rules com
mittee a privileged question was votJ
lon. Tli j is the anti-filibuster provision.
Iissoitn introduced a rcsulu
4 the recall of Minister Kan
Cor. Itovil. alsra. Ierlarrd a itizen of the
Initrsl states and Executive or Ne
braska A Missouri Man to Whom
Patrick. Ksan i I'truina nn Grata
Representative Hoar's Kill to Define
Postmaster Tenure The Itehrins; ea
Commission at IVork Official Note.
Washington, FeK 2. The supreme
pourt yesterday announce.! its decision
Involving the validity of the law prohibit
ing the transportation of lottery matter
In the cae of application for discharge
by writ of Imlvas corpus from arrest for
alleged violation of an act of congress, ap
proved Sept. IU, V.), entitled "An act re
lating to lotteries and for other purposes,'
the court said that the question for deter
mination relates to the constitutionality of
ection 3.XH of the revised statutes as
amended by that act (which gives the pos
tal authorities power to stop the transpor
tation bv mail of any thing relating to a
lottery). The writs of habeas corpus are
Makes a Distinction.
Continuing the court the says;
It ia insi-ted that the express powers of con
gress are limited in their exercise to the ohject
for wLii.h they were entrusted, and that in
order to justify eoncress in exercising any in
cidental or implied iowpw to carry into effect
its express authority it must appear that there
is some relation between the means employed
and the legitimate end. This is true, but while
the legitimate encl of the exercise of the power
in question is to furnish mail facilities for tlie
people of the United States, it is also true tlmt
mail faculties are not reiiuir-U to be furnished
for every purpose.
The Transfer of power Complete.
The states before the I nion was formed
oould estatili-h pot offices and roads and
indoinn so cot. Id hrintr into piay the jx.ii.-e
power in the protection of their citizens from
the use of the means so jrovi.le(l for pnrpos
supposed to exert a flvmoralizintc inttuoni-e
Upon the people. Wht 11 the powir to eta ii. U
pont offices and pwt roals wts -.Hrrrn lered to
the o.ni,Ts?8s it as a ronipleta power, and the
grant carried ith it the riwht to exercise ail
the powers which male that jn.wrr effwtive.
Vhere They Make No Distinction.
The arenment that th"re is n distinction -tween
mala prohibita and maia in e. and thut
conitresn niis-ht f.ii i.iJ the tjse of the mails
in promotion r.f su h a.-t as are universally
reeanled as mala in se, inc lmlin ail sirh
rTimps as murder, ar-r.ti. burk:Iar-. et.-., and
the offense of circciatinc l!sne books and
raiders, but cannot do so in r.sj, t of other
matters w hich it mit-l.t regard asniniiial or
immoral, but which it has nn power i!s.!f to
prohibit. Invo'ves a rnees;on which is fat:;l
to the contention of tl. petitioners, "-ince it
would I for congress to derm;ne what are
within and what w ithout the rule: but we
thi.-.k there i- no room f..r a distinction
here, and that it mu-t 1-1, ft to com.Tess in the
exereis of it-discretion to determine what
manner it wi.l exer. isi- i;. Mwer.
Freedom of the Pres. Not Abridged.
Nor are w e ubie to s-s. that congress can 1
held in its eua.-tmt-nt n h;ive abridcsi the free
dom of the pits-. The c.reuUtiou of newspa
pers is not prohibited. l,t the ipjecrnrcent d.
clines iteif tn lwraie aa ac.-nt in t he e ircuhi
tion of printed matter which it retards as
Injurious to the people. The freedom of com
munication is not abridged within the intent
and meaning of the constitutional provisim.s,
tinless congress is absolutely destitute of anv
discretion aa to what stool or si, ail not be car
ried in the mti's, and cnmiiellcd arbitrarily to
assist in the dissemination of matters con
demned by its judgment thr-.-.ii;h the govern
mental agencies which it controls.
THE CASE OF GOVERVQR BOYD.
We Is Declared a Itiicn and the Proper
f.overnor of Nebraska.
WasTTINGTCN", Fell. .. The decision of
the supreme court in the case of James K.
Koyd vs. the State of Nebraska et rel.
John M. Thayer the celebrated govenior
shlp case which was by some means
made public as to its effect some weeks
ajro, was announced yesterday. The deci
sion is for Hoyd and w ill oust 'haver.
Boyd was elected, but unseated by "the
an premie court of the state liecanse." as al
leged, he was not a citizen of the United
Stat es. The fact are that Hoyd was not
bom in this country; his father, an Irish
man, took out his first papers, bnt there is
no record of his taking out his second
papers, although he says he did -so..
iov. Itoyd's Contention.
Governor Boyd contended that the facts
that bis father had voted and exeroistd al!
the rihu of citizenship; that the Bon
(Governor Boyd) had exercised those rights,
having voted and held office; that said son
had been in Nebraska when that territory
was admitted to the Union, and bad at
that time exercised citizenship rights, had
made him (the governor) a citiaen. He
claimed also that if he had not been a citi
zen when be moved to Nebraska, be was
-made one by the act making Nebraska
state. Upon all these points the United
State supreme court sustained him.
i WANTS EGAN RECALLED.
A Missouri Statesman IVho Is Teaming
for a Ckauge.
'. Washington:, Feb. 2. Arnold of Mis
aonri introduced in the bouse yesterday a
resolution, which, after reciting the alle
gation that Patrick Egan is responsible for
the trouble with Chili; that grave appre
hension existed at one time of war. which
apprehension arose from the fact that the !
apology hourly looked for dii not reach
congress and the country "so quickly as
the president's message," goes on to re
solve that "the president of the United
States be and he is hereby respectfully re
quested to recall said minister to Chili, to
the end thaX reeinrr -itr of aniiahlc rla
tions between the two countries may be
had and maintained."
Charge Against the President.
Arnold, in speaking of his resolution,
aid: -I introduced it because -of an opin
ion that Ksan is responsible for the whole
'troable. I have looked noon the president's
tion ask it
tor Palmer's I. on Title.
;t. Feb. 2. Yesterday ia tht
ner introduced a bill with tht
comprehensive title, whicfc
caused Set ittur Frye to inquire, amid sonit
quiet inert inunt. whether it was thetitlt
or the bill itself which h;ul just In-en read
"A bill to develop and facilitate the inter
state ('win ierce of the whole country, and
more espe ialiy of the twenty-two states
and two u mtories which are, in whole ot
in part, d a. tied by the Mississippi rivet
"'."JJ5 tri itttaries. which have an area ol
l..i7ri.iiJJ st, ;;.-.;e tnilrs and a present popu
laiion of ;: e,-i and a total property
value of il .sTi.44i.Ji4, when the total pop
ulation of 1! t he balance of the states am!
territories is br.t SB. HOW and their total
property v tine is !..V-'t.eSi,s7."
Picl.ler Had to be S(tlelched.
'ttAsi:i;Ti-. Feb. i While the h -t-e
was discussing, the rule yesterday I'lei.i.-t
of -south lakota wanted the roll call v;-ri
Cedand when the sjK-aker refusal a;:c n.-.t
ed to spe;,k outheqm-tii.il. i ;.itei.. t
Wing in order on a demand for : r,v
vious q;:es ion the speaker r-i,:o-s!.si
gentleman to keep quiet. With nprvs..!
Iiand poin' ing toward the s: ak.-r i e ,r
ratetl sv.nethinj: about the n-i.ifi js..
I he lions.- was in an uproar, every . nt
fchonting j.t I'ickler. The speaker Ua-:i
desp.tt tie: the serg. ant-nt-arnis to resio'-e
order, i'ick ler taking Lis scat.
The .iehrini; Mea font mission.
Wasihn.,tiX. Feb. J. The British com
missioners Sir George Badeu-I'ow ell and
Dr. Daw-soa, in charge of the British side
of the Bel ring sea negotiations, had an
audience with Secretary Blaine at the
state depattment yesterday. The commis
sioners on ;.he part of the United States
are Profes-or T. C. Memleuhall and K.
Hart M err. am. The joint commission will
hold daily secret sessions at the state de
partment i ntil the differences now exist
ing are ail justed.
lieriprof ity with British West Indies.
Washim.ton, Feb. i tifficial notice h.ia
been received at the tate department
from the British minister that the tariff
changes agreed UjK.n in the reciprocity ar
rangement for the British West Indian
colonies h tve already leeti voted by Ja
maica, Barbadoes. and Trinidad, and that
from Feb. 1 the reciprocity arrangement
will be in full force in these colonies.
The Chief Justice ioes South.
WasHIMTOV, Feb. 2. Chief Justice
Fuller left Washington last night to be
present at t he first session of the new court
of appeals lor the Fourth judicial circuit
at Kichnioitd, Vs., to-day.
A Convict Labor fibre.
WAsniNt TOS, Feb. S The treasury de
partment is informed that --crin vegetal,'
an African fibre which is largely exported
to the United States, is the product of con
Maryland Cieta Her Direct Tax.
Washington", Feb. 2. The treasury de
partment jesterday paid to the state of
Maryland her shar of the direct tajc,
amounting to $371,'Jt.
She Died of Tight Lacing.
BEE LIS, 7eb. 2. A sad occurrence mar
red the fetivitiea ou the occasion of the
celebration at Blank enburg's of the em
peror's birt sday. During the progress ofja
ball given ly the officers of the garrison, a
danghter .if Captain Senden fell to the
floor, and tefore her partner in nhe waltz
could raiso her prostrate body she was a j
corpse. Tl e physicians give the cause of
death as tit Jit lacing. 1
AN ALLIANCE BOLT.
The Kansas Branch Sailing if!
SUB-TREASHEY SCHEIE THE ISSUE
Contesting Delegation From Every lis
trlct Likely to Br Present at the St
Louis Gathering Thayer and Itoyt!
Hear the New I rnui Washington anfl
are Satisfml Proposed Saloon Legisla
tion In Ion a t leveland at New Orleans.
Topkk A, Ka. lh. 2 Three of the con:
gressiounl district Alliance orgautzsuo::
in this state have sorveti noTice that they
win s,iei coiit est ing delegations to St.
I.oit:s F.-b. i Jerry Simpson and S. M.
Sott. Aiiiain-e st,i:e lecturers, have tievii
elected by the Seventh conurvssiotial dis
trict. The Fifth will hold a convention
next l-'riday. and the Sixth cngress;111j
tlistriet wili meet Tiie-d.-iy ct" next week.
F.v.-ry c... jr. -si.-nal liistrict in the state
will send tcuresting -delegations in tnin
and a full-fit-direil U:4t has leen orga- .id
bt-cause of the opn.isiion of the iele-at.s
to the sub-treasury scheme.
Vlnt Vote for suH-Treasiirv.
Three ..f the delegates elected by the ex
ecutive council held a cf nvetat io:i yester
day with Pre-ident B:dd!e. and an attempt
w ill be made to have them n-sign in nrdcf
to prevent a I silt. Pr. Mcltllin. editor ot
The Alliance Advix-ae. in this city, who H
making the tifcht for the sub-treasury,
stated yesterday that nothing except th
resignation of the delegates or their agree
ment to vote for a sub-treasury plank In
the national platform would prexent the
tight lieiug waged by the bolters.
Thinks the Party an Maud It.
When asked if a bolt in the strongest
Alliance Hale in the new party would not
be ruinous to the People's party, he said:
fcVe will have a sufficient delegation at
St. Louis to show that the state is practi
cally unanimous in favor of the sub-treasury
plan as the only one which will hold
the people of this state together.' None ot
the delegates elected by the executive
council is inclined to resign.
Trying to Compromise.
All have lieeryuconsulAtionwitha view
to arriving at some sort of a compromise.
Iresident Hi. Idle, of the Alliance, recog
nizes that unless something is done it will
split the organization wide open in this
state, and is doing everything in his power
to get the warring elements together. The
sub-treasury men say that unie-s their pet
theory is included in the St. Iuis plat
form stejis will at once ix.- taken to reor
ganize the party.
BOYD AND THAYER HEAR THE NEWS.
t.ov. Thajer Expected It. and bin. llojd
I.iM'olN. Feb. -2. Governor Thayer had
exposed j estenlaj's decision ,,( the United
States supreme court. He has stated up n
a number of occ.t-iou t hat he lielieved the
opinion of the court when banded down
v.of.ld o;.f. rm the rcjiorts that had U-en
ent :it. He claims that in instituting
the proceedings in .j-,.. warranto he was
siu.pU- living iu) to the oath he t ok when
inaugurated us governor f this state.
When seen yesterilay he volunteered th:s
s atetneiii: -i;nply s;ly f,.r xhat I U v
to the decision oi the supreme c..urt.T'
Itoj.l Wasu't at Ail Excited.
Omahv, Feb. i Governor Boyd ap
peared le-s excitisl than atiy other Demo
crat in Hinaha when he heard the news
from Washington. When questiontd by a
rewrter in ri-garti to the tin.e he would
take his scat he s;iid: -I cannot tell, but I
can say tii.it as on a the supreme court
ha renden-d its de ision John M. Thajer
must ce:ise to act as goverio.r and I become
governor of the state of Nebraska,.
Cleveland at New Orleans.
Nh OlibKAVs, Feb. J. When cX Presi
dent Cleveland arrived at the railway sta
tion here yesterday he found a big crowd
on hand to receive him. and .luring the en
tire day the ex-pres:dent met with the
most tlattering testimo-iials of regard
The streets in the vicinity of the city ha.l
were completely blockaded during the pub
lie reception. Over 5.J pcrsoris snook
hands w ith the ex-pres,den;. At 7::X) he
le:t for New York via the Louisville and
Nashville. Iiurmg his stay in Ijiii,;,!
Mr. Cleveland studiously avoided talking
pO.it U s.
The Iowa legislature.
lKs Moinks, Feb. -J The legislature
was not in session yesterday, and tht
lVim-crats t.x k the opportunity to caucus
on a saloon bill. They will support ti t
Schiiii.H bill, which provides thai election
on the question .-f i.xal option may U
held on the iictiiloa of obe-lifth of tl t
be a comrnuuity. Licen-es are to
bring in ?.. I per auuuiii. a:ul go into the
general fund. Jseiling to minors, intoxi
cateil j.ersotis or haoitual drunkards is
punishable by fine or imprisonment fot
first offense and hiss of license for second
Will Ohio be for Hill?
New YoKK, Feb. i.Kx-Governors James
K. Cauipliell and Jo-eph Ben-on Fontker,
of Ohio, were at the Fifth Avenue hotel
Sunday night. Fx-Govenior Campbell
thought that a'tH.ut half the Ohio drieca
toin would be for Senator Hill at the Chi
cago convention. Senator Brice, chair
man of the national Democratic commit
tee, declared to friends the other day that
the entire delegation would be for Mr. HiiL
Michigan Criminals in Lurk.
WAsllINUloS, Feb. .'.The president baj
commuted the sentence of Ko"bert Judge,
of Michigan, to fouryears and six months
imprisonment. Judge was sentenced Dec.
13, 1SS8, to ten years in the penitentiary
and to pay a tine of 11,000 for counterfeit
ing silver certificates. He also commuted
the two years sentence of John D.
Nichols, of Michigan, for violation of th
postal laws to oue year and three mouths,
but permits the fine imposed of pi7t to
Coning Billiard Contest.
New Yoek, Feb. 2. -Jacob Schaefer, the
billiardist, has telegraphed Frank Itc
that he had selected March 10 as the tims
and Music halb Chicaeo. a the place fot
the game, iiich is to lie for the champion
ship. It is t nought tht Schaefer willtak
a Kurojieau trip after the ci-ntest wiih
Ives. He said thai iw would play Roberts,
the English t Lampion, while abroad.
ec Here .lark. Thi. Won't Da.
New Yoek, Feb. i A special to The
Heral from Montevideo says that the en
tire police force of that city nave been kept
busy in keeping order on account of the
riotous conduct of tbe men who have been
given liberty from the ships of Admiral
Walker's squadron, w hich is now in this
Thomas OdelL an ex-member ot tka
Michigan legislature, is dead.
A child of 8 years was sold liquor by a
Chicago saloon until he was stupidly
Isaac W. Coffee, of Cairo, Ills., has been
appointed a member cf the state board of
The El Mttndo, of Ijiredo, Tex., says
Garza is in Mexico organizing a new party
A cae has come to light of the poison
ing of an entire family ia Jamaica by the
fruit called akees.
There are -HtS sawmills running in the
state cf Washington, with a daily cutting
capacity of M'21,M) feet.
Cyrus W. Field is rapidly on the mend,
and unless a relapse takes place his ulti
mate recovery is assured.
Dr. MeGlyun is of the opinion that Car
dinal Gibbous will succeed Pojie Leo iu
case of that prelate's death.
A mail, car with its contents, motly pa
pers, was burned en the Hudson railro.tu,
through the explosion of a lamp.
The c-ir of Russia intends to iuitia-e
nieasuies for the restoration of- serfdom
among peasants, that they may be bound
to the land.
The Reaver publishers sued by Senator
(Juay for lit.-! have been sentenced to six
months' imprisonment, besides a tine of
toot) and costs.
William Ireland Knapp, of Ya'.e, las
been secured as professor ot romance, lan
guages and literature f jr the new univer
sity of Chicago.
It is said that a man named John Boyd
has confessed to wrecking the Richmond
and Danville train, in which twenty per
sons were killed last September.
Fanatical Russian who are starving
have formed the opinion that Tolstoi is
anti-Christ, and refuse to accept assist
ance from him lest in doing so they com
J. B. Greenhttt, president of the Amer
ican Cattle Feeding and Distilling com
pany, says that the whisky trust, which
last year was producing !sJ per cent, of
the w hisky distilled in the United States,
is now producing but 70 per cent.
After living the life of a hermit for twen
ty nine years at Creston, Ia., Thomas G.
Mulligan, a man with some mystery to hia
life, passed away as he had existed alone
and as yet no effort has been successful
in revealing anvthing of his past. Ue was
worth about $-5,0U0.
At Eastbourne, England, while the Sal
vation Army was celebrating the founding
of their corps, a mob of toughs attacked
them and a fierce battle ensued. The
police were powerless to restrain the bellig
erents and the mob triumphed, marching
oil with the corps flag.
Losers by the Woodstock Fire.
Woodstock, Ills., Feb. -.The principal
losers by the fire here Sunday night are the
D. W. Robinson estate, J. P. Kimberly,
and A. B. Cowlin. while the boot and shoe
store of Stone & Harts, Shent& Kennedy's
saloon, and others, were badly damaged by
water and removal. The total loss will
probably approximate c!'Xy, with but
Killed by bsna't Itandits.
I.vuF.PO. Tex., Feb. 2. While scoating
i i the vicinity of Fort Mackintosh Sun
dty Captain Chase, in command of D
tr ;, struck a band of revolutionists, who
at onre opened lire on the soldiers. A scout
named Glover was shot dead, but nobody
else was injured. The revolutionists Aid.
and are cow being closely pursued by D
a id K troops.
Burned in Her Hridat Costume.
BiRMixonAM, Ala.. Feb..'. At Ball Flat,
Cherokew county, Mrs, Roliert Atwell, a
young bride of 17 years, was dressed iu htr
bridal costume ready for church Sunday
While warming at the fire before going
out her dress caught fire, and she was so
horribly burned that death ensued in Uss
than an hou..
Dan Larannt In liad Health.
New Yor:K. Feb. 2. Dar.iel I-amor.t.v, hu
has been ill for two weeks and unable to
attend to business, is contemplating a trip
south on which he may .iart this week.
His illness is not of a serious nature, but il
has been protracted.
High Tide in tbe Elbe.
IliMSl Fell Th fid- -t b J--llw
is the highest since ls-o. hurricane
from the southwest increases the floou and !
the suburbs of this city are partly iuun-'
Praer fur Relief.
T.OMW.V Keb , t .
' - - , v . t'.a. ri ior
relief from the ravages of influenza ha.i
oeeu issiicu oy me .vrcnulshop of Canter
A prompt return
of jour money, if you get neither
benefit nor cure. Risky terms for
the doctor, but 6afe and sure for the
patient, Eyerything to gain, noth
ing to lose. There's just one medi
cine of its class that's sold on these
conditions just one that could be
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It's a peculiar way to sell
TtUt it8 a Pfculiar medicine.
Its the ntaranteed reraedv for all
Blood, Skin and Scalp , "Diseases,
from a common blotch or eruption
to the worst Scrofula. It cleanses,
purifies and enriches the blood, and
cures Salt -rheum, Tetter, Eczema,
Erysipelas, and all manner of blood
taints, from whatever cause. It
costs you nothing if it doesn't help
you. The only question is, whether
you want to be helped.
"Golden Medical Discovery" Li
the cheapest blood - purifier sold,
through druggists, because you
only pay for the good yoa get.
Can you ask more?
The "Discovery acts equally
veil aU tfie year round. Made by
the World's Dispensary Medical
Association, at 603 Main Street,
Buffalo, X. T. -
Woodyaffs Music House-
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive Bale for this county of th
Iietrjos arid Orreiris,
WEBER, 8TDYVESANT, DECKEIl BROS., "WIIEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & V0TEY ORGANS.
r A fall line also of small Musical merchandise. We hue hiocr enitjlcrs fr. ,., .
- i u
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co,-
Manufacturers of FARM, SPR1KG AND FREIGHT V,
A fn I acd ron-plete lire cf ristform c! otter Spr-t c W crr. ei ec s t r--..-i. e-
etiern tiniie.i f superior oikirsTrMi ri 1 ',f"h. liloftn t.: 1 r-. 1 -Vc- '
sppmstion. 8ee Ihr Ml! lyg W..i befrre i nrf hs-r -
nrooRPOKATzn usdkb thb statb law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
E0CK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sa'.urdsj eTeninrs from 7 to g o'c
Five percent Interest paid oa Deposits. Moaev loaned on Per;
lateral, or K.eai tstat9 Secanty
. P. RSYSOLDs, Pres. p C. OSNSXAXN. Tice-Pres. J. M. BV7CP.D. Crft e:
P. L. Hitchell. P. ReTDoMs, F. C. Denkmica. John Cru'Ma-'- n u '
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B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor arid Builder,
umce and ghop Corner SeYenteenth St. r ! Tdorif'
ana Sefeati Avenue. : : KoCK ISlaM
A tuu!. of crpentor work specUitT. pi, ud eum:e. for 11 f.vir cf i'tuf
rcrnlfbed on 3n'ietirai.
Proprietor of the3rdy Street
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30 Bndj il
Hnafctarerof all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8H0ES
Gent' win ckte. - ,
a.h. t .-..isiiy. Ite pel riny done nes-Uj md promptly.
1818 Second Arenae. Rot
C. J. W. SCHREDTEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1131 Mid lia Fourth Teane. Betldence 11H Fourth Tae.
P.d .pecificated o allele,of work: ate .t cf Wilier'.
Widing BUndj. .omethiDg new. styluhsnd desirable.
Pra House SctlooJJ
GE0BGE SCHAJER. Proprietor.
tCOX Second Areiiae. Corner of Hxtmiii a. n Ttft"-
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Ths choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hp
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