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In no uncertain i. did the convention declare itself ,any of the subjects treated. The ot~ is admirable. The personnel he. convention is matter of pride. .g citizens of every community in .iate were there-gentlemen who seen the magnificent development t il young state, and a part of which were. Knowing the thoughts and oes of their constituencies, the 'of the people was executed, embod In the platform and respected in the inge of the convention. ,Well done, gentlemen. uGxreat Falls Tribune calls atten a to .the fact that "every one who ys a pan or a tin bucket or a can of bles or a tin cup or plate, or any o r article made of tinplate, contrib _toward an annual fund of nearly 000,000 to encourage the home man laoture of tinplate, and though this en ement has been going on now for ry a year, we are still importing 4 but all the article we need. This 000,00 is a tax upon the poor of the ontry which they cannot afford to pay, bbt they must pay it all the same." The ribune's statement was called out by Ihe press dispatch from Minneapolis that each member of the Blaine brigade wore a bright tin button upon his coat stamped with the name of James G. Blaine, ind that they were worn by the delegation as an argument in favor of the McKinley tax on the foreign article; that tax must be right, for the buttons prove it. "Those bright tin buttons are simply burnished lies. They are Intended to convey a false impression and they con vey it. They are intended to deceive the aredulous and ignorant and they deceive them. Each button is a bright little lie. Facts and tigures prove them to be such and facts and figures are obtaina ble for the purpose." Rzcan. occurrences in Helena show the necessity of the city, the county or the state providing some proper place of confinement for youthful offenders. It has happened frequently that boys of 14 yfears and even younger have been ar rested for petty offenses, which, under Sthe laws of the state, call for punish ment by confinement in jail or peniten tiary. To send them to such places to essociate with the older men and women whbo are convicted of serious offenses is to forever destroy all possible chance of reformation. To turn themloose, which is the only other alternative, is to give them a very poUr opinion of the law and make thoem calious to the commission of crime. If a regularly organized institu tion for the reformation of youthful wrong-doers would cost too much at present, it is suggested that the city might rent a building and place it in charge of a competent imaltron and su perintendent. It would do for a tempo rary reform echol. AN interesting tabie has been com piled showing where the conventions of the two leading political parties have been held for the last thirty-fivo yeari and giving the nominee of each. HIere it is: Year. Party. Where 0leld. Nominee. i . l hiedp.us del m his .............i conrem iem..'ianaptL............U nchanar lr. his..Chichato ... h........ ..Lineloh il. Lhn. nChderaatolo and Ublto ....l)ougla 56. ie Iljo.. Bndltimnorl........... Liasol, o. th lao ......... .Mc(l llu i iH., lhil.let, lhisa.. ..,.......e.. raIil IDam.. Mw York . ... Itoymeu Iemp.. lhalolliha ............(c ] Dee.. I'aitinmore.......r.. esf.. . . ret.I. ( . .('iu cincesti ................eHas e 2.001 Iem..tt. C loiia,.e............... Tild " lsg'. . I...rs ......... ....Cle"sela, s lin Chieo .. . llerriago .,a...t. .u.i..:::: ....clerlaau ri Ta ignominious exit of Mr. Blain f; Irom Washington has greatly humiliates if not disgusted many of his zealoum ad - ,blreri and supporters. lie went forti tr-..ni his high station at the head of th % b l~Obllet Under a cloud, by general voic with duplioity and politics to thle man who had cignall tmonths rom noW il, hi eb4 y mos't poople at by he tew Whot weil end of It career the 1;anhe We can't help i etoiane are betagooompelet S_ -t. e popular urrent. Nsew Si.s h universal sentlmet it i rb ,ta man named for the priet a17 s thetre now is for Blaina Hm ill b0e the i+inee ani he will be oni nextproridatb Those who say he wil not accept do his reputation for com meno alta andpatgloablm an injustice. e` oa : noprIue For second placel Alger or Rua Alger, I think, Great ticket, that." T2a New York Times sayp that among the big leaders of Tammany hall there is not one spark of opposition to Mr. Cleveland, and a pjaU of oampaign by that orgapization labludes the most loyal support of the nominee of the Chicago convention. Richard Croker, the head of Tammany, is given by that paper as authority for the assertion. Senator Hill is Tammany's first ohoice, but is not their only choice. Their ul timate choice is the ohoice of the party. A ezwLswAn~asked Helen Keller (that voeoes child, blind and deaf, but no lonaer dumb) whether she was a republican or a demoorat. She replied signfloantly: "I am on the fence. I must study civil gov ernment, political economy aend philosophy before I jump." This girl has intuition equal to the wisdom of Solomon. When she has completed her studies she will be a republican.-Oregonisn. If Helen ever gets her eyes open she will become a good democrat. A LATE bulletin from the census bu reau estimates the total wealth of this nation at over 863,000,000,000, or in ex coes of over $1,000 for every man, wo man and child. If Mr. Porter's esti mate of the national wealth is as much overdrawn as his estimate of the popu lation was underdrawn the average wealth per capita is about one-half of the figures he gives. PRESIDENT HARRISON has accepted an invitation to be present at the dedica tion ceremonies of the Columbian expo sitiou next October. He will probably be present at the formal opening of the exposition the following year in his pri rate capacity as the foremost citizen of [ndiana, that state being within less than a day's journey from Chicago. FRANCE established a new high pro tootive tariff last February and in the following three months its foreign trade tell off $100,000,000. Yet there are peo ple even in these United States who to lay maintain that the way to bring themselves into affluence is to tax them selves. OUT OF THE COMMON. The first book printed in the English language was a history of Troy, which ap peared in the latter past of the year 1474. Miles Darden, who was living in the state of Tennessee in 1857, was the largest man known to history. Clad in thin sum mer clothes he weighed 1,037 (one thousand and thirty-seven) pounds. The largest town clock in the world is on the tower of the Glasgow university, at [lasgow, Scotland. The hammer weighs 120 pounds, the pendulum 300 pounds, and the whole clock asout a ton and a half. In "Ekklesiasoasai." v. 119, Aristopha ass gives a polvsyabic word which contains seventy-seven syllables and 169 letters! Brewer. in his Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, omits twenty-nine letters from the wo-d. The greatest degree of natural cold ever [ known was 76 degrees below zero lFarrn heit; a mixture of carbon, bioulphide and nitrous acid will ran the same thermome ters down to what would be equal to '-20 degrees below zero. The ancients believed Delpeti to be situ ated in the exact center of the land surface of the world. Authon'e Classical Diction ary, in article "Delphi" says: "The ancients claimed that the 'Temple of Delphi stood on the navel of the universe." During the reign of Henry VIII. of Eng land 71,400 persons were executed. The like has never been known in the history of the world before or since, and yet English men affectionately refer to that monster as 'Blfn" and "Jovial King Hal." The measles bacillus has been discovered at lust, and is said to be an oddity even in the bacilli line. He averales one two thousandth of an inch in length, and is stodded all over with little spukelets, which stand out as thickly upon his body as do the hairs on a caterpillar. Literarlry Notes. The number of HIarpol's Weekly pub lished June 8 isespecially attractive for the timeliness of many of its articles and illus trations. The republican national conven tion at Minneapolis will be fully illus trated, with a double page view of the hall and a portrait of Hlon. J. 8. Clarkson, chairman of the national committee. 'i'here will be a front pege illusnetration: apropos of the commencement at the naval academy at Annapolis, drawn by It. F. Zogbaum. Thoe recent floods att Siouxi City, Iowa, will be graphicaliy illustrated. Richard Hlard ingz Davis will contribute another of his charrtctristio articles on the weit, en titled, "'l:he lHeart of the Great Divide," which will be copiously anud handsomely illustrated. Tihe fiction of the number will include the continuation of Hall Caino's serial, "Cap'n Davy's Honeymoon," and a strikingly original story by Fr el A. Wilson, entitled, "'lTie Gold Gods of Mott Street," attractively illustrated. IBret Harte's young daughter, Miss Jes samy Harte. will make her literary debut in the July Ladies' Home Journal with a most entertaining description of "Camli Life in the Adirondacks," in which it is claimed every evidence shows itself of in herited literary tendencies not unlike thoser evidenced in Bret Harte's earlier work. Miss Harte is a girl still in her teens, an, has artistic as well as literary proolivities, as one of the illustrations auoompanyina her first article shows. So far this season the biting humor of the fishes has not been eager, and by no meant satisfactory to the edneated anglers, who however, despite disappointment, novel seem to tire in writing pleasant essays or thoquarry they seek. This is in evidenc: all through the sixty-elight pages of tht American Angler, for June the openin, mnth. lla ho ! ft Jon edt Soas iiia, howa ,thab a , a d t rn, tr rom tree itatl iteni g t es salon ata ll of the tlat atot SPale scanot The Amverylan Antler , 1tt In ao ript of subject and pulr e Ill Methe oantnt of the n Comopoll i taekaeine leadianr a moveey at fo th Solution a the problem of noal ph nae , i S it Dn and Hirem . Maxi or the b a year. e to n variety ofst authorit and poplae trbeat gves the rcontents of some Jeante oaopoi . tan trhe titan "The tanpldan." Th tmagdas ine is adwith a movement hiladel phit solution of the probl, oflth artt illustra tions and Hilm o Maxim, the gre. Mi ew dtar and foremos -Mayority oiv the somubject, t give nd the at of me recent fashions ant couner the tits le bi"The aTheane."ion ihe d m ya e opns withial a charmuing Piladel phiaby Howard ynier, with arie illukowra. tres of and MWilson w," a radther striktt character of lex-ayor Hewitt givmportament arcunterfei ths n brie-a-r The fiction in of the Labor Department." by the onbenmis stoner of labor, Carroll D. Wright, and Fur Beals in Alaska. Another sonnet of James Russell Lowell'is ipublished in this nam ber, and a poem by Inoge Deane with a full page illustration from the pen of Will Low. Many people will read with interest also the poem, "Mystery," by Amelia Rives. Amon artists employed to illustrate this number are Kenyon Cox. H. Siddons Mow bray, Will H. Low, Wilson de Mesr , Walter Crane, Howard Pyle and E. W. Kemble. Murat Halatead, Brander Matthews and Edward Everett Hale are among the other contributors. It appears that there are some people in California who think that it would be a wise and sensible thing to introduce a new species of vermin into this country. They are plagued with gophers, and they pro pose to bring in the mongoose to war on the gopher. Suffiient is known of this speCies to warrant the conviction that its introdnetion into Amerine would be orim inally foolish. The mongoose preys on rate and mies and snakes bnd lizards, and insects, but it devours also such birds as it can capture, and feeds greedily on the eggs of quail and other ground nesting birse. Bach habits are in themselves sufficient to prove the ease against the creature; but added to them is the uncertainty as to what will be the increase of Any wild ape. oies in new surroundings. Until the story of the rabbits ann foxes in Australia, mon goose in Jamaica and English sparrows in Amerioa shall have been forgotten, com mon sense will forbid the hazardous exper iment of adding the mongoose to the ver min supply of the Pacific coast.-Forest and Stream. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Duncan Dickson has located the Custer lode, in Town district. There will be a meeting of the B. P. O. E. this evening at eight o'clock sharp. The clearings of the Helena banks for the week ending yesterday were $675, 545.47. Three small boys were locked up at the city jail last night on a charge of petit lar ceny. A special meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held at 7:30 to-night in St. Aloysius hall. George S. Appleton has sold lots 12, 13, and the west half of lot 14. in block 182, of the Wallace subdivision of the Syndicate addition, for $6,000. The two boys who were arrested for throwing stones, breaking windows and otherwise raising a disturbance, were dis charged yesterday by Justice Gage. Judge Gage yesterday fined M. H. Col lins, colored, $40 for indecent exposure. When arrested he gave the name of Robert Anderson. Being unable to pay his tine he was committed to jail. Three care of a freight train ran on to a switeh at Alhambra yesterday, on the Moo tana Central railway. The cars smashed into the engine, doing some damage and delaying travel for awhile. The central W. C. T. U. will hold thbir regular meeting to-day at 2:30 p. m. at G. A. It. hall, on Park avenue. A full attend ance is requested in view of the strawberry festival to be given on June 14. A large amount of snow is reported in the mountains. In the Upper basin and Cata ract country it is from three to four feet deep. Like reports come from almost every section, insuring plenty of water for placer miners and ranebmen. Marshal Galvin telegraphed from Boze man yesterday to Mayor Cortin, saving he was sure that ons of the suspects there under arrest was the party wanted for the recent outrages here and that he hoped to prove that the others were the right par ties T'he ladies of the Frances Willard Wom en's Christian Temperance union called at the city jail resterday and left bouquets of flowers for each of the prisoners. A card was attached to each bouquet, bearing the complinients of the givers and amotto from the secipture. It. Irockey lhas a force of men at work on Slxth and Seventh avenues, Placer and Werren streets, laying sidewalks. About 1,000 feet altogether will be put down. The Simprrrovemeflt is a most commendable one, and will undonbtedly aive convention vis itors a good impression. lThe county commiissonera visited the poor farm yesterday and found the institu Stion in good condition. No complaints I were made by the inmates. A new bidge is to be put in at the crossing of Tlen Mile, Son Montsena avenue, a h:lf mile this eside of the Montana university. T'he road from I)ry creek to the Cascade county Line has been declared a publio highway. (ieorge Wooldridge, while near East Hel Sena yestorday, found a saddle horse wan dering about. The stirrups were tied up aborn as if a child had been riding andi there was blood on the saddle. Near the Northeru 'raefic depot some boys said they knew to whom the horse belonged and it was turned over to themr. Nothing has been heard of any accident. 1 Mayor Crtin's attention was called yes , terday to the fact that the contractor for praving Main street was using damp sand for the foundation between thire broken estone and the blocks. On looking into the matter the mayor was informed that the sand complained of was not intended for the street paving, but for a sidewalk. City t Enoineer Keerl is looking after the work a and thinks the contractors are complying Swith the specifications. I Workmen are busy setting up the chairs in the auditorium. T'hey will not all be in Ilace. however, at the present rate of pro Spress, in less than a week. It was supposed . I that they would all be set and the anuditor d ium ready for the A. O. U. W. convention riot later than next Monday. Decorator 0. J. liolmer has about completed his conl E tract, and the result is most pleasing. A great deal of taste has been displayed in e the decorations, and there is little room for s adverse critism in that respect. SAttention, Carpenters, r There will beau osn meeting of the car n penters' union in Calumet hall, on Friday, SJune 10. All members of the buildin* e trades are invited to attend. 8 Us MoCoUB, SeOretary. Mr. 54 of Buas.A St, ee a.t S iOth* I a M t j lok ed of aMouaea S D ~ eln oitleton, fe thl for. . ,,,L, qud TI. O l'teSo lhlbno, ower aenre vie e h Dr. J. Evarisli teraed to Helenn ter ýaeltine ea , .., re.. If, \ basla. is retotr# was dehled b pti high water at me.slset pevailignl in tbts stras of itha -e rt on .John Piault, Jeph Pleault, nd . A. L.oc, St. Lnaise . Ii tr to for 0Oelnati A. Melay. for Bloodingto Sober Do~Ie o 0hl.e, and Geho, lMound fotr Mo. were among the depart are via the ort der i ysterday. . rhe Ae. orih 'O B uteloo . ano wie. n. as. ca oda, Bous tbeas 8ek sd r D MajJ . ab . waer i, Mr ou Al Mirellar, ian a stneams of that Joh Prle and, Jie h P Oa. w., roand a . . u. fir n. ley n . ai . i.Lanesamtw, fo ie. onneatii . ne ro, Burote. T a r ogAlta I1 H1. obart. Paul'. Ceo, andGe orte Costellolfo Bal., wr among the Gret Noerthern depa- ufes yerd-y. Ja, H., HSenl. f oorr. Ou.il b aMlufrlo . an .. Brown,a for maals.g; W, B.rine, lior J .ir ea wife. Pan C. P. lronesnam. Btte. pMound moi, bMe, werne ramon ts odepar ures via the Northerceptfio n o et. Arrivals ato t tranentrag. W1.. e Doul.Neal ort 'Al.. Hlnll, Chiarya A. W. iednold, .l Wat er le (ou. de, VillM. Jcnrice GeineA fflac talelr. r. hrrl HN ore . St ocad. L nuan. teo W.i. BromnColmb s at ln . Ciel, Mall o. i t. tinla. em Jno. P. Joneand . lt. J. . iml onll. .tt D TCerrad Lta s r. M udron Loray s GMary.. olbrook. Chi H.iW. .obb, Nt. Pa tw ;Maryo. l., ll. tarona, erli. i Aels Millte, rand M ille Rua.el, 1cr . orsnirkandeie, JSr C . curennen. Brutts Frah. Jel. p .e M. Icknso, Cas-t lS. .. rot, .Den. .e. Pt. eIne, vlten Ur J. J. DonnPell, Fort James Douggrn Marys . B. oon e. uoo. Muray. edrd CWnt.u...thoy rilae, C.W.H. ansond, ouabc.r. A Mlntoab, Greands, e'ort Logan, o Mehs eaddis, Fort peraed. bHo t . anuwo LganHotel L.a.e oit'es ton at.e Peal. J.e e. mpbes, ei rec. wet on aon. uusa 3arner rurra , MLaory s. o , U. oilla Cu , N Ma tthiw, trine Wetra~ for Ciu t llWs ona . Bo to. pero ntheoa,, u es t . atess rahe. A o. . manrd, Corbemrn. . A. Mhentosh, Geutr aRGh. ur. !hscilo c re, er M llsnte, a:nd suancie o. ie J. ninuha. slt.s ouho. 'o seoe, Rimini. r tl. b1hoe. Jones, Lirandso floor., Dicnson, Cp brd-. W.r H. Dlekinspent pr. Bendrith, Umlr). C PNtle. 00oe tll oe Mincun. C. permuanille' Wickes John laMrraBed. edrd The dinng rovaomens. J. tam hela, Idaho.h Operatedby ttisoswrohate saatel com pany, non begs to ennoeunc that its rooms are open for the re.ption o onests.i nRooms illo be onered to tranean qnrtrn at $1.2rb er day (parlor flor), $. per day (third oor), e centg per day (orth floor). eatra fer more than one ofollows: Rooms to e-rmantt gusca at lsea rate. All modern i4tlapronents; steam boun, ele1tri1 light. return ele, wo call bell sester, and esmshine in e.ery gest ohamber. Brussels thro.hou thehose. Om.t e eletant bar, and billiard room, gar stand and palatial The dining room in this hotel has been leased to and is no oprerated separately by the Mi.ses Nagle, who are prepared to fnr one m-eals, e for twtent-one continuous meals,10 cents for single meals. General Ticket Agent. Why U4 Poor Flour When You Can Buy Fancy Patent for the Same Money? Manufactured by the North Dakota Milling Company at GrandI Forks, N. D. Ask your Grocer for it. 7hUCJTION ShLE I OF Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, ETC. ST M. BARNETT'S, 18 S. MAIN STREET. ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE UNTIL DISPOSED OF. Sale of'Dry Qoods, Etc., Daily at 2 p. m. Sale of Glothirng, Etc., Daily at 7 p. nn. GEO. BOOKER, A.uotioneer. _4 tiny anaa Qe s Q an T UR ISH e at Electrio hall, corner SiXth and Park ~venues. ThisisPOS1TIVELY THE LAST DAY BUT 'NE, every pieoe wall be sold to the highest bidder.' Be prompt it you heed any. CostIya l & Bedrosian, "IMPORTERS. HOLCEOBER & CO., Auotioneers. ARTHUR G. LoMBARD, *CIVIL* ENGINEER. No. 43 Montana National Banrk Building, Helena, Mont U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESERVOIRS, CANALS and IRRIGATION WORK .A SPECIALTY. A. O.Sandberg, DENTIST, (Late Mack & Sandberg.) Oeoo in Hale's Block, Boath Main Street. Finet Sold crowna, gold Slling, gold bridge ad all other branohes of modern dentistry. Ar tificial teeth e'galto the beat and as rheap as the chepest. Nitrous side for painlees opera tieons. Also dealer l1 Dental Supplies and ln straenlte at astearn eataoleue pteees. J. H. 1oucher, E..availng of All Klnds. Sewer andn Water Pipes Lad. AlnUk W..1 and Feundlations lutlt. GENERAL' JOBilNG OF ALL KINOS, Ofaee-Lookoy aed Lelser Bulldlng, Cor ler Jackson Street and Sixth Aveane. All ayable when work is completed. un les otbrwlco agreeJ. ontana National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - $500,000. Surplus and Profits, - $200,000. Dlreeoers C. L BROADWATE. - Pre.ldent L. 0. PHELPS, -- Vice-President I. L. McCULLIJH. - - (ashier A. L BMI'R. - - At Cashier A. G. Cltrke, l-reman Gans. B 1. 0ale , Peer Larson, C. W. Canan. R. C. Walluae. D. A. Cory. (W AW' . Nd;) . H. n er G. I. T YLr01 00, Have put In a Full and Complete Line of tieoleers ii a i ge -..o",,,n $8.50 up:'. . ;. futll le o+ Rug1 ad D evie s. All we Sa tal o , a our p .ees andq ou . o .e4 k i, · G. elsew H. TAY . 00 Have put in a Full and Complete Line of of the city will do well to give us a call before purchasing er,115 lr..dw. OR j 00./ I ., ALR ·o econd National Bank Sor HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL~ - $75,000, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000, A General Banking Business Transaoted. E. D. ZDGETONsd $ oAd et t hreetores Georm B. First National Bank 01 HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. Iateres Allowed on ~me Depolts. Gueerel Banking Busineos Tranted. saets Deposit Bose for Bent Dlreetoers B. T. HAUSE. - Preeldent E. W. KNIGHT, * Cashier. T. H. KLEINACHMID - Aest. Cashier. GEO. H. HILL4 - * Ast. Cashian Granvlle Stuart - - lockowa Ho,. T. C. Power, - . U . Senator. J. ( Clare, Corad dCurtin - - - Capitalist O. R. Allen. Mining and Stockgrowen cUbs. K. Wells. - - Merchant, A. H. Holter. - A. . Holter Hardware Ce Assmelated Beaks, Northweetern Nationl ak. - Gret Falls. First National Penk, - - Misoula First National Bank - . Btte The American National BAN.L O HELENA. CAPITAL, S200,00O T. C. POWER, . Prsldent. A. J. SELIGMAN, - * Vies-Preadsdea A. (,. JOHNSON. - - Cashier. OEQ F. COP, - - IAsltsant Cashier Directors, Ti. C. Power. A. J. Sllgmsa, James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposite. Exchange Issued on principal eities of the United States. Canada sad Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Collectins promptly attended to City. counts and state seeurities basht and sold. Oao. U. Zn. wAsrTs nitre. HILL & KING Rave a ee lot ef DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For sale cheap in a~ quantity. Als sawed tnd srlit wood on hand. 5 .rders solicited. I . e Wriht agent. room 1 Bair.; i llok. Tel ,phseo No. s. Serchants National'Bank OF NELUNA. MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITQOR. Paid in Capital, a00,000: urplu and Proit, 00000. Thomsctsý oa GeneraBnkn o o It _,yT, a tllroý A._ , t8 L. M1orel J _ dr HehPreeilden. AN CawertN erp ro at reetee tao. NO. 4400. eleona Nate iaonadtl BLank CDhPITAL, $800,000 -Transacts a General Banking Bs, ness. JOSH T. MURPHY, - Prosklen -.HIRLET Y . HBY, - Vio.PC.idest FRANK BAIRD. Cashle. IntArst allowed on time deposLta. xiohsnei be.d onS reoin atree .c • -nsfer of money by to'e' aph. First-clan tollbotiooe promtl attrended ta. d sle John T. 440G. ®®htrls 0C. Ashby NA. W. MONT. r'ank Bird. Chs. '. w.ls, SP, Wao'msan, E.eO. aningol W. E. Callen, Jua. B. Mesdrsnsll. Ab0or T a. .mot, * - Pr s n . HL M .c.o nld. J.P. Porter. The Thomas Cruse Savings A BANK, O .ELENA. Inoorporated Undet the Laws oo Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THONM A HCRSI. oV iePre ld entt. t, s C ro m ty a stteTn ee-P t doo. WM. J. bW t. IT. uo els Thom.P Ceu., A.n. H. taceas Win. J.J. Cooke. Wne. J. M8weeh,. Joe.c nana. TlHmAs C 7ost. interet e Preaop D npoet eWoan!ie.U the priop L siti Tes ol the te. Bt¢_.o and ursopo D -Jla is osanty mad oiy bends, sad mmake ,es on reult "to morteres. n hour from 1. Co . m. to 4 I. meo oe atnray tod M eonday endsi a fromaIto e o'clok.