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2 TfiEXEVENING TIrE E EVENING VEING TIMES 1V WAsfl1GT4i A8HlNGI THUESMY SEPTEMBER SEPTElEBER27 27 19CO
THE PRESIDENTS pJpffl POWER POWERNo PEBYIIRNOAUthO1ktyOUtsidC
No NOAUthO1ktyOUtsidC ntholity O tsi eoftllO of1c CQIlS Qnsti Qnstitiiioii ti tituUon
tiition tiitionVi tuUonTlac tiiioiiT11eBnMIc
The Tlac T11eBnMIc Bnslc I Ln Lny avi of tlie theRC1IlbIlC Republic JToL JToLIqtvetl Fo1lon FotIowd
Iqtvetl lon tlthe the FInK 1iln Until Ul ti tJ the e Advent tITcnt of oftlic of oftIle ofthe
tIle MclCInley ncl Ic11u1ev lnlc Administration AiluililstrntlonTJke chnlnl > trntonlhc trntonlhcFutJcr The TheFathers
1 Fathers FutJcr of 11e Ike < Uts Nation llton Believed Believedit lelccll lelccllIt
it It AVouia ull Aimly API1 llilh to Territories TerritoriesPoliticians TerrloricN TerrloricNPoltcians TcrritoritmPolitlelans
Politicians Poltcians in Washington declare that thatthe thatthoPorw thatthe
the thoPorw Porto Port Rican Rcan issua is being kept well wellto wel wellto
to oth the front It I is pointed pointe out that the thePorto thi thiPorto th thPorto I
Porto Rico Rco act and the instructo instructions of tao taoPresident t tmPrealdont u uPresIdent
President to the te Taft Taf Commission both as assume asEUfle ¬
sume that the te Constitution Con3ttuton of the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates UnitedStates I
States is not in force in the terriory territory be bslonging belonging belonging
longing to the United Unied States and that thatneither thatneiher thatneither
neither neiher Congress Congss nor Ior the President in indealing Indealng indeaing
dealing dealng with wih Porto Rico and the tePhlp tePhlppIne Philip Philippine Philippine ¬
pine Islands is ts subject to the the restraints restraintsof retrpint retrpintof retrjuintzof
of tha3onj5titutlon theConsttuUon tha Constitution upon upnceutve executive andlesr andlesrri and ieg iegetoiiko e eisl
isl tt 1ic
STl ri TheHPoftqliRlco etoiiko Pof1ff a o act violates the theTle rule of ofunIfornTiljjasW ofuniforixif
unIfornTiljjasW uniforixif fOf as t to taxation Uato X required req ir i by ny See SeeStioaSfpfHArtiqieLI Se SetioH8f Setioa
1 t >
StioaSfpfHArtiqieLI tioH8f tioa of f NU Artlela leI I of the Constitution ConstHJ lQnJJd lQnJJdthb and andthe andthb I
thb Presidents Presidents instructions instuctons to the Taft TaftCommission Taf TaftCommission
Commission ignores the existence eistence of the theConstitution theConsttuton theConstitutica
Constitution Consttuton and proceeds upon the as assumption a as assumption ¬
sumption s mpUcn that the President Preident is limited lmited by byhis byhIs byhis
his own oW1disc own discretion ton only In dealing dealng with withour wih wihour withour
our new possessions possessionsIt pssessionsI
It I has already been bee shown that i t t the Su Supreme Supreme Snpreme ¬
preme Court of r the United Unied States has pro pronounced pronounce pronounced ¬
nounced nounce against this doctrine doctine in every everyopinion everyopinion everyopinion
opinion which that court has announced announcedfrom announcedfrom announcedfrom
from tho foundation foundaton of our Government Goermint to tothe tothe tothe
the present time tme It I now remains to as ascertain a acertan ascertain
certain certan what has been the constructor contructiH of ofCongress atCongress ofCongress
Congress Congress as to whether whetheror or not the Consti Constitution CODst Coestitution ¬
tution tuton is in force in tho Territories TerritoriesThe TerritorisThe TerritorsThe
The ordinance of 1787 fQr the govern government government goverameat ¬
ment of the Northwestern Territory Territor was waspassed waspassed waspassed
passed by the Continental Contnental Congress prior priorto priorto
to the adoption adopton of the Constitution Consttuton of the theUnited theUnited j
United Unied States The provisions of that thatordinance thatordinance thatordinancewere I
ordinance ordinancewere were in conflict confct with the Con Constitution Consttuton Constitution ¬
stitution sttuton in n reference to the appointment appoiatmeatof j jof
of of the officers ofcers of the territory terriory Nowhere Nowherein I Iin
in the Constitution Consttution is the Northwestern Northwesternterritory Northwest Northwesternterritory r I
territory as such mentioned mentone Congress Congressat
at its is first frst session sesion under undel the Constitution Constitutionassumed Consttuton Constitutionassumed I
assumed that the Constitution Cnsttuton after afer its itsadoption it itadoption itsadoption
adoption was in force in that territory territoryand terriory territoryand I Iand
and proceeded to legislate in reference to toit toit I Iit
it upon that assumption assumptionAt
At the first frst session of the First Con Congress Congres Congress ¬
gress August Auust uust 7 17S3 17S Congress passed passedthe Imssedtb passedth
the tb following act actAn actn actAn
An n Act to Provide for the Government Governmentof
of the Territory Terriory Northwest o of th the < 5 River RiverOhio Rier RierOhio R1 or orOhio
Ohio OhioWhereas OhioWhereas OhioWhereas
Whereas in order that that the ordinance ordinanceof
of tthe thc United States Stte3 in Congress Congess assem assembled assembled assembled ¬
bled for the the Government Goernm nt of o tnt tht territory territorynorthwest terriory territorynorthwest I
northwest of the River Ohio may con continue contnue conhone ¬
hone tnue to have full ful effect efect it is requisite requisitethat requIsitetlat requisitethat
that tlat certain provisions should be made so sostitution soas soas
as as to adapt the Sme same to the present Con Consttuton Constitutiun
stitution sttuton cf the United Unied States StatesSection State Stateecton StatesSection
Section ecton 1 Be it enacted by the Senate Senateand Senateand Senateand
and House HOlse of Representatives Represenativcs of the Uni United United Unit ¬
ted t d States Stte5 of America Am rIca in Congress astem astembiefl ascmbieO asemMiefl
Miefl biefl That Tht in all al cases in which by the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said ordinance any information inforaton is to be begiven begiven begiven
given or communication communicaton made by the Gov Governor Gover Coyernor ¬
ernor er or of f said territory tcrrier to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unkted UnktedStates
States In Congress CGngrcs asnembled or by any anyof anyof anyof
of their officers ofcor it shall shal be the duty of ofsaid ofsai ofsaid
said sai Governor to give such information informationand informaton informatonand informationand
and to make such communication communicaton to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President of the United States Sttes and the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President shall shal nominate and by and andwith andwih andwith
with wih the advice and consent of the Senate Senateshall Sente Senteshal Sennteshall
shal shall appoint all al officers ofcers which by said saidordinance saidordinance saidordinance
ordinance were wereto to have been appointed by bythn b bthc bythe
the thc United States in Congress Congess assembled assembledand assemblednd assembledand
and nd all al officers Gfcers so appointed shall shal be com commissioned commisioned cornmissioned ¬
missioned him where wheretho wheretho wherethe
by and aId in all al cases
tho United Unied States in Congress assembled assembledmight assembledmight assembledmight
might might by the te said ordinance revoke any anycommission anrcomi anyCOWmisSiOn
commission comi slon or remove from any office ofce the thePresident thePlesidcIt thePresident
President PlesidcIt is hereby horeb declared to have the thetame thetume thecame
tame tume power of revocation revocaton aDd removal removalSection removalSecticn removalSectien
Section 2 And it is further enacted enactedthat enact enactthat enactedthat
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that in case of the death removal removalresignation removalresi removalresignation
resignation resi nrtcn or necessary necesr absence Ibstne of tie tieGovernor t2eGovernor teGovernor
Governor of o said Territory the Score Secretary Scoretary ecre ¬
tary try thereof terecf shall shal be ard d he 1 is hereby herebyauthorized herebyauthorized herebyauthorized
authorized and required icquired lj t j exscute all allthe al allthe
the the powers and perform all al the duties u ies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Governor during durin the vacancy VaCdLCY occa occasioned cccasioned accasinned ¬
sioned by the removal resignation resigaton or ornecessary ornecess ornecessary
necessary necess ry absence of said Governor GovernorThis GcvencrThis GovencrThis
This act was approved a proved and signed siged by byGeorge byGeor byGeorge
George Geor Washington who ho was thn Prts Prtsident Psment Pesident
ident and who was also president pre5i ent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the convention conventon which framed the Con Constitution Consttuton ¬
stitution stitutionThis sttuton sttutonThi 5 tltutionThis
This Thi act act it i is said sai is of great impor importance imprtance importance ¬
tance at this time tme and sheds a flood ood of oflight ot1ght oflIght
light 1ght upon the great geat question queston now bs bsfore b bfore bofore
fore the American people Many mom raemof members momb
bers b rs of the first rst Congress were m rnemters rnemtersof m1er m1erof
of the Constitutional Consttutonal Convention Conventionamong Ccnvtnton Ccnvtntonamong Ccnvtntionamong
among others Robert Morris orris of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvanla ¬
vania Rufus King of Massachusetts Massachusets end endJohn tnd tndJohn andJohn
John Langdon of New Hampshire ivera iveraSenators IH IHSenator tv rs rsSenators
Senators Senator and anc Roger Sherman cf C Con Connecticut Connectcut Connecticut ¬
necticut nectcut and James Madison of Virginia Virginiawere Virginiawere Virginiawere
were members of o the House of Repre Representatives Representatves Representatlves ¬
sentatives sentatves The Constitution Consttuton had jest Jusibeen jcs jcsbeen jestbeen
been ratified rtfed by the number of States Statesrequisite Statesrequisite Statesrequisite
requisite tor tt its Is adoption adopton It I had re received I ieceived e eceived ¬
ceived exhaustive discussion in
the
exhaustve pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc press and all our statesmen sl tesmen were werefamiliar werefamiar werefamiliar
familiar famiar with its it provisions A con construction constrcton construction ¬
struction strcton by the first frst Congress Congres at i s sfirst srst sllrst
first rst session upon the question queston as to the theConstitution theConsttuton theConstitution
Constitution Consttuton extending etending to the Northwest NorthwestTerritory NorthwestTerritory NorthwestTerritory
Territory ex proprio vigore igore is of control controlling cmtrollng controlling ¬
ling lng force force The act above quoted qut d is ths thsfirst th thrt thafirst
first rt expression of Congress on tL t sub subject szihjoeL ub ubect ¬
joeL jectThe joeLThe ect
The fathers who made the Constitution Constitutionand Consttuton Consttutonand Constitutionand
and who be presumed to have
may unc un understood u ud ianderstood ¬
derstood d rstood its is provisions were of the cpn cpnion cpnion cpnion
ion that the ordinance of o 17S7 1787inrde 1787inrdeto in order orderto rder rderto
to continue contnue to have full ful effect efect in ths th ter territory terriory tarrltory ¬
ritory northwest of the Ohio River
riory Rvcr re required required required ¬
quired some amendment so as ss to adapt adaptit adaptit I IIt
It to the Constitution ConsttuU < n which had jus jusbeen just justb justbeen
been b en adopted If I this act had been sent sentL sentVent sentTezif
Vent Tezif on L tt 1 Visit Yltt to PJtln PllInlle1JJin PllInlle1JJinLt Phlladelpliju PhlladelplijuLast < lcli > hia hiaLast
Last Lt spring srng Sir 1lr G S Wallace WalIc2 made a trip trp to toPhiladelphia tl toPhiIadlpliia
Philadelphia Ihiadllphia to visit viit his Ill brotherinlaw and took tookwith tookwith tookwith
with him hm a part par of a bottle bttle of Chamlerlains ChamlerlainsCough ChamherlainsCugh ChambcrlainOznigh
Cough Cugh Remedy Rem dy which he left there on his h1 hi retum returnhome retumhome retumhome
home During Dung the summer smmer his brotherinlaw brotberin law took tookvery too tooa tookvery
a very cr severe ere cold cld and used u ed the Cough Itemctlr Itemctlrvith Uemcdrth ltemcdvcith
vith cith th such sch good results relt that he wrote to knov knot know knowwhere I Ivrhere
where he could get more He was surprised ed to tolear tolearn I Ilearn
learn lear that ke e could coud c get t it from any surIr druggist drugist drugistthere druggistthere j
there This remedy ia L of the most
there Ti rmedy one staple stple ar articles articks 1 ¬
ticks tdes that druggists drgt handle and one of the most mostreliable mos mosrclable mostreliable
reliable rclable Those Tor who once onc give iveit it a trial are sel seldom el eldom c1dons ¬
dom satisfied Stsld with wih any ny other Mr Ir Wallace Walace is a awell aweU awell
well known kw citizen ctze of Grand Granl View Ala Ala This Thisremedy Thisremedy lis lisreey
remedy reey is i for sale sle by Henry Henf flenr Evans wholele wholesale and andretail andretl andretail
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food cannot cnnot be assimilated Then the thestrength thestrongh thestrength
strength strongh rapidly declines decInes Hoods Hods Sarsaparla Sarsa Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla
parilla parla corrects matters at once onceenriches onceenrichesand onceenriches onceenrichesnndvitallzes enriches enrichesand
and nndvitallzes vitalizes vIaIzes the blood blod creates createan an appetite appetiteandrestores appete appetean appetiteand
andrestores an and nest restOres i health and vigor v gor Geta Get a bottle bottleof botte botteof bottleof
of Hoods today and let it i do doou you the te same samegood same samegood samegood
good it i is doing others othersIo othersHoods i iHoods
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Is Americas Greatest Greatist Medicine JfediclnePrIe Price l lneods L LHoods 1IThods
Hoods Pills Pis cure cre liver lves ills the nonirritating nonirritatingand nonirtting nonirttingzmd nonirritatingand
and only cathartic cthanicto to tkc take with witl Hoods Sarsa Sarsato Sra Sra1ar1O Sarsaarilla
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to President PresidcntMcK McKihley ley he hewculd would have re returned returnedt retiirne ¬
turned turnedt it to the House In which it it ong ongihated or11 origmated
mated hiatedwithc with his objection objecton and nd veto on ontheground 0 0theground oathground
theground that f t the he Constituticn ConsttutLn was nor norIn norIn norin
In force JK in l the e Northwest N rthwestTerrltr Territory Territorythat Terr1torythat
that the officers ofteI whose whoseapPQntement appaintement was wasto vas vasto s sto
to be transferred tranterred to the Pres Prescient Presdent Preslent ¬
dent were not officers ofcers and cit citizens dtlzens citIzens ¬
izens of the Northwest Territory Terriory tnau tnauSection t tharSection at
Section Secton 2 of Article I II of of the ConstitUT ConstitUTtion Constitutioadidnot onstitu onstituton
tion ton tioadidnot didjiot apply ppiy that ht that Territory Territorywas Terlio1
was not a part of the he United nited States Statesand St Statesand tes tesaud
and that tlt he h would oul appoint a commission commissiontolegislate commi5s1oto commibsiontwlegislate
tolegislate to legIsJat for the te people residing residingtherein residingtherein
therein to form governments goverments for them themappointi thempp themitpolntithelr
appointi itpolntithelr pp lntLthelr their officers ofcers and to leV levy ana anacollect an anScollecLtaxes
collect cole collecLtaxes jtascs and anddisburse disburse the same for forthe fortheb forthebcst
the theb thebcst best st Interests of the people fas a3 he hehas hI b bhas
has recently reentydone done in reference referece to thV thVPhilippine Hi Hihipplne thtPhilippine
Philippine > hipplne Islands that thattieapprovalt thattieapprovaltthe the approval of ofthe ntthe
the act would set a aba4 badrpriccedent > pr cedert find findput nd ndput ndput
put a false construction consciuctJ I on on the theConat Coati ConatUtution Coatitutiou
tution as Congress in legislUn legislating in ref reference reIerence eaterence ¬
erence to that Territory was wa not subject subjectto
to the restrictions rpstrictons and limitations HmltatO1 of tae taeConstitution t theConsttutlon t
Constitution ConstitutionNo Consttuton ConsttutonNo
No act was ever passed by Congress Ccngess to toput toput toput
put the Constitution Consttuton in force in the North Northwestern Northwester Northwestern ¬
western wester Territory Terrior When provision was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made for the organization or nizton of territorial territorialgovernment terrItorialgovernment territorialgovernment
government In the te Territory Terriory it was pro proI provided I Ivided
vided that no laws should be passed which whichwfjaia whichtId whichoveasld
wfjaia tId be In conflict confct with the Constitu Constitution Cnsttu Cnsttut 1nnatitution ¬
tion t n and laws of the United Unied States StatesIn StateIn StatesIn
In reference reference to the Louisiana Purchase PurchaseCongress PurchaseConJess PurchaseCongress
te
Congress ConJess assumed from the time tme of its itsfirst itsfrt itsfirst
first frt session that the Constitution Consttution of o the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States Sttes was in force therein terein and andall andgl andall
all gl legislative legislatve acts were framed en that thattheory tat tattheory thattheory
theory It I was expressly provided provded that thatno tat tatno thatno
no acts of the legislative Je islatve council counci of the theTerritory theTerritory theTerritory
Territory of Orleans which whic was after afterward afer aferward afterward ¬
ward admitted into the Union as the State Stateof Stateof Stateof
of Louisiana ihould jliou1d hould be valid vald which were weroinconsistent wereI worniaconsistent
inconsistent I conistent with wih the Constitution Consttuton and andlaws andews andlaws
laws ews of the United Unied States StatesOn StatesOn StatesOn
On March 20 1822 Congress passed an anact anct anact
act ct for or the establishment establshment of a territorial territorialgovernment terriorial terriorialoenment territorialgovernment
government oenment in Florida FloridaA
A complete government govcrnmtt was provided providedfor providedfor providedfor
for similar simiar to that in J Louisiana ouslan As in inthe inthe Inthe
the case Cage of Louisiana II I ii was wa expressly cxpresslyprovided cplesslY cplesslYproided expresslyprovided
provided that the legislative leglslatn powers powersshould vower vowerahould yowersshould
should extend to all al rightful rIghtul subjects of oflegislation oflegislaton oflegislation
legislation legislaton but no law lw shall shal be valid validwhich vaJd vaJdwhich validwhich
which ia Inconsistent inconistent with wih the te Constitu Constitution Constitutica onsttu onsttutlon ¬
tion and laws of the tie United States Sttes Sttesdelegate A Adelegate Adelegate
delegate in the Congress was to be elected electedby dectedby electedby
by the people But nothing was provided providedla rovided rovidedreference rovIdedla
la reference to putting the Constitution Constitutionm Consttuton I
m force therein terein It I was assumed asued that iat It Itwas itwas itwas
was in force by virtue Irtue of the cession of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the territory terriory to the United Unied States StatesAfter Sttcs SttcsAfer StatesAfter
After Afer the treaty ueaty of peace pcce with Wi Mexico Mexicoby Mexicoby Mexicoby
by which California Clforia and aId other territory territorywas terrior territorywas
was as ceded ctded to the United U ied States Sttes Congress Congressdid Con Congressdid rss rssdid
did not pass any an law putting puttng the Consti Constitution Const Constitution ¬ 1
tution u1ion in force in the newly acquired acquiredterritory acquirdtbrrltory i iterritory
territory But on March 2 1849 an act actwas actas actwas
was as nassed to extend the revenue laws lawsof lawsof lawsof
of the United Unied States to all al tho territory territoryceded terrior territoryceded
ceded to the United Unied States State by Mexico Mexicoand Mexicoand edc edcmi
and mi on September 28 1S50 18 Congress Congresspsssed Congess Congesspssed Congresspassed
psssed an act extending etending all al the laws lawi ol olthe ot ofthe
the United Unied States Sttss not locally lccly inapplica inapplicable inapplca inapplcale ¬
ble le to the State of California CaliforniaNcthing Calornia CaliforniaNothing
Nothing Nothing was suggested in any of th333 th333acts thesaact thsanets
acts act in reference to the Constitution Consttuton But Butin Bntin Butin
in the act for for th the organization organizion of a a ter tErrltor1al tarritorlal i iritorial
ritorial Government Goyerment in New K Mexico Mexicopassed j jpassed I Ipassed
passed passed September 9 1SSO lE there ther was a aprovision aprovision
provision declaring that the Constitu Constitution Cnsttu Cnsttuton Cnstitutioa ¬ I
tion ton and all laws of the United Unied States Statesnot Statesnot Statesnot
not locally Jocaly inapplicable inapplcable should have hav the th thsame thesame 1 1same
same force and effect efect in that tht Territory Territoryas TerrItor
as s elsewhere within the United Unied States StatesSimiar StatesSimilar i iSimilar
Similar Simiar provisions were incorporated in inthe inthe Inthe
the acts organizing the Territories of ofUtah ofUtah r rU11h
Utah U11h Colorado orgnizing Dakota Dakot Arizona Idaho IdahoMontana f fMontana I10ntnl
Montana 10ntnl and Wyoming Secticn Sectcn 1S91 lS of ofthe ofthe
the Revised Statutes perpetuates the thesubstance thesubstance thesubstance
I
substance of the provision on this sub subject subject subject ¬
and makes them all allorganized allorganized
ject applicable applcable to al I Iorganized
organized Territories Terriories and in every Tern T Terntory rri II IItory j
tory thereafter organized orgmized orgmizedIn organizedIn j jIn
In all legislation legislaton by Congress in res respect respect respoet
pect to the territory territr belonging to the theUnited j jUnited i iUnied
United Unied States prior to ISaO 18 O it was as assinned j jsumed 1sumed
sumed that the Constitution Consttuton extended to toal toall j jall
all al territory terriory which might be owned or oracquired j jacquired I IacquIred
acquired by the United Unied States Stte and no noacts j jacts tacts
acts were passed up to that time tme extend extendjog j jing Iing
ing the Constitution COIsttuUen over such territory territoryBut terriory terrioryBut territeryBut
But in 1850 there arose a contention in inthe j i
the United States Sttes in reference to the theright theright theright
right to to hold slaves m jn n the territories territoriesThose teritories teritoriesThose territoriesThose
Those who claimed caimed the right to hold holdslaves hoJdslavesin holdslaves
slaves slavesin in the territories contended that thatslaves thatslaves thatslaves
territres
slaves slaves were property and ld that thata a citizen citzen of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United Unied States had a right under the theConstitution theConsttution theConstitution
Constitution Consttution to take tke his property propertjtslaves propertS propertyslaves
slaves S s into the territories while whie those thosewho thDsewho thosewho
who opposed the extension of slavery slaver into intothe intothe intothe
the territories terriories contended that tat when a aslave asJave aslave
slave was taken into a territory of the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States Stateshe he became free for the thereason te thereason
reason reason that under the te Constitution Consttuton no noperson nop noperson J
person p rson could be deprived of o life lfe liberty lbery or orproperty orproperty orproperty
property without due process of law lawBoth lawBoth lawBoth
Both sides invoked the Constitution Consttuton to tosustain tosustain tosustain
sustain their positions posiions Hence both par parties partes parties ¬
tes ties insisted that the te Constitution Consttuton was in inforce ii Iaforce
force in the territories terrtores Congress there thereafter therenfer thereafter ¬
after nfer inserted a clause to that effect efect in inall inal inall
all al acts organizing territorial terriorial govern governments goyernment governmeats ¬
meats ment meatsBut mentsBut
But such acts were wjre wholly wholy unnecessary unnecessaryThe unne unnecessaryThe essay essayTe
The Te Constitution Consttuton was it is declared al already already already ¬
ready in force and and effect efect in all al the terri territory terrltory tern terntory ¬
tory of the te Unied United States Sttes ana an it became becameso
so 0 in force as soon as the territory terrior was wasacquired wa waaquired wasacquired
acquired aquired by tthe tie United States If I it itwere i itwere
not in force it is
were Congress pointed pointedout poIntedout poIntedout
out had hd no power to put it in force The TheConstitution TheConsttuton TheConstitution
Constitution Consttuton was not made by Congress CongressIt Congre s sI
It I has no power to make makeconsttuUons constitutions for forany forany forany
any people It I may submit propositions propositionsfor propositons propositonsfor
for amending the Constitution Consttuton to the theStates theStates theStates
States for ratification rtfcaton but it i cannot cnnot of ofitself ofitel ofItself
itself itel put the Constitution Consttuton in force any anywhere anywhere anywhere ¬
where whereDuring whereDuring whereDuring
During the first frt session of the First FirstCongress FirstCongress FirstCongress
Congress under the Constitution Consttuton on Au August Augst August ¬
gust gst 10 17S9 189 President Washington Wasbin1ton sent senta
a message to Congress Congess calling caling attention attenton to tothe tothe tothe
the legslatien legislation of the Continental Contnentl Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress in reference to the troops still stl in inthe i inthe
the service of the United Unied States Sttes to pro protect protect protect ¬
tect the frontiers froaters from the depredations depredationsof deDredatons deDredatonsof
of hostile hoste Indians In this message message he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said
saidAs
As these objects object continue contnue to require requirethe requirete requirethe
the aid of It is that
te troops necessary the theestablishment theestablhment theestablishment
establishment establhment thereof should fn tnal all re respects repects repeets
spects be conformed by b law to the Conttuton Con Constitution Constitutlon ¬
stitution < ttuton of the the1nled United Ualted States StatesPresident Sttcs SttcsPresident StatesPresident te
President Washington recognized recogized the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the troops toops In the Northwe Northwest Ter Territory Territororganized Territory ¬
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4 5 i ougbly 6 ghly made made and readytowear Silk SilkT Sik black and white hlteTuexdo Tuexdo net netJewelry
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4 Right Rgh at the beginning of fall fal we offer offerJ ofer 1 dozen Pearl Pear Buttons Butonslarge Buttonslarge large small smalland shoulder shoiilder4 J inches wide widextra wideextra extra full fullsizes fuJ i
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1 r boxpleat boxpleat backs at 5 which are worth worthj 100 10yard 100yard yard Spools Silk Sik 3c 3cKings Lot of childrens chidrens muslin musln drawers drawerswith drwer 4 4i
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T 4 blue black blac grey and white whie which sells sellsfor sls such an assortment asorment of Ladies Ladie Fall Fl an and < 5 5Winter sell sel for 75c 75cRebuilding 4
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1 bought for tors forTsa less than S250 Oand arid some somefor for forno
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new patterns worth 2 pair i Lg J JNottingham Ribbed Vests with crocheted neck neckinstead
+ patters Ribbe wih crohete nek Bed BedSheets Sheets made of good quality qualitycotton I
+ instead of 25c the usual
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4 Nottingham Nottngham Lace Lce Curtains 3 yards yardslong building sale price iSo IScInfants re rebuilding ¬ cotton co tt on 214 1 4 yards yar d s wide2 WI wide d e et 12 1 44C 4JC 4JCyards
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± ed edges edgcsbe3uU edgesbeautiful beautiful ui floral for l de SSc OJQC OJQCsigns Infants Vests lOc lOcOne Corset Covers 6 6c c +
S signs signsregular regular price price 120 125 pairOJ pairOJCurtain pair pairI
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I One lot of Infants Ribbed Vests Vestswell
Infant Vest 25 dozen ladies muslin lusJn corset cov covers covCurtain +
x Curtain Poles in oak or cherry cherrywith cherr well clfnishedgood finished good weight and all allsizes al ers with felled feUed seams perfectfit perfectfitting 7 7with
f with wih all al the fixtures fxturcs complete 1 IO 8C OC OCworth sizes instead insted of 19c 9c Rebuilding Rebulding Sale SalePrice ting ing garments which sell seJ per for or112c 12 tft l2c l2ceach I Iworth
worth 25c pair pail Price Prce lOc each usually usual to togo go for 612e 6 12c 12oi444 t
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presence of many ladies ladies The DemoraU Democratlo Democratlowomen Democratiewomen
women of o Maryland 1ala are taing taking a keen ken in interest Interest Interest ¬
terest in the campaign campaig and are using their theirbest theIrbet theirbest
best bet efforts efor to place plaC the te State in line for foiBryan foeBryan I
Bryan Bran and ad Stevenson StevensonThe StevensonThe StevensonThe
The meeting meetng last night was under the theauspices theaupices
auspices au plces of the Montgomery IontgomerCounty County Democr Dem Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic ocr tc League of the eThirtee Thirteenth nth district districtof districtof
of which Blair Bair Leo Le is president president The Thelealgue Tne Tneleague Theleague
league had secured Major Charles Charlesc ChanlesA A Lit Little Li Littie ¬
tie te as the principal speaker speker of the even evening e eing evnlog ¬
ing Major Little Lite is the candidate for forCongress tOI tOIC forCongress
Congress C < ngress of the Democrats in the Sixth SixthCongressional SIxthCangesslonaldlstrict SixthCongressional
Congressional Cangesslonaldlstrict district He has hasstartelon hasstartelona started on ona ona
a vigorous campaign and he is planning planing to tobe tobe tobe
be heard in each of the he five fve counties countesA countiesAl countiesAlleghany Al Alleghany
leghany Frederick Garrett Garrett Montgomery Montgomeryand Montgomer Montgomerynnd
and nd Washington Washingtonthat that constitute cO smut6 the dia diatrict di ditrct diatrict
trict trictMajor trct trictMajor I
Major Little reviewed his letter of ofaccep ofacceptance accep acceptance acceptance ¬
tance made public a a few tewdaysagond tewdaysagondur days ago and andurged andurged
urged ur e upon his audience tho thonc necessity esslty of ofusing ofusIng ofusing
using every effort efort to o carry the district dltrt for forthe foethe or orthe
the Democratic Democratc party I It is not for my myself mysel myself ¬
self sel that I ask election elecUonatyour at your hands he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said but unless the Republican Republcan party is isagain Isagain Isagain
again to be placed In complete power power at atWashington atWashington aU aUWashington
Washington it is necessary n cessary that every vote votebe vote votebe votebe
be cast that will wi go toward putting puttngRep puttngRepresentatyes Rep Representatives Representatives ¬
resentatyes resentatives in Congress who will wi be beabove bebovothedlclton beabove
above bovothedlclton the dictation of the trusts and thomonopolsts tho thomonopolists themonopolIsts
monopolsts monopolists Ho ridiculed the te assertion assertionof aserton asertonof
of Senator S nator Hanna that there are no trustsand trusts trustsand trustsand
and pointed to the theeoalstke coal strike In in Pennsyl Pennsylvania Jennsyl Jennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania where the allied aled Republican Republcan coal coaLop coaLoperators op operators oporators ¬
erators though not joined teletherin together in cor corporate corhandin conporate ¬
porate existence have stood hand handin in hand handto Jand Jandtorcfuse haudto
to torcfuse refuse the demands deman s of the te stikers stikersTh strikers strikersThe strikersThe
The Th speaker sJeal < er dwelt dweleloquenUy eloquently upon thescutte the thescuttle thescuttlepollcy
scuttle scutte scuttlepollcy Ipolcyof policy of the tle theAdministratlon Administration Adnlnlstraton in get getting gettng getring ¬
ting tng out of China He pointed pointe out that tbatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Mr McKinley had asserted that th tte the war warin warin warin
in the Philippines PhUpplnes was over but but neverthe nevertheless neverthe evertheless ¬
less Je Ss at the most m 0 st critical c rI lcal time in Americas Am er ic a
foreign relations rJaUcns this tIs Government Gverment had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been obliged oblged to give up all hope of of aveng
lag ingChinese Chinese outrages outrags because becuse all u its Is troops troopswere trops tropswere trsoi trsoiwere
were needed leded In Luzon to keep kep In submis submission fUbmls e bmis bmiszion ¬
sion the terobelous rebellious Filipinos FilipinosAlthough FIpinos FIpinoslhough FilipinosAlthough 11 11sion
Although the
lhough thopresent present Representative RepresentUye
from frcmtoSixt the Sixth district dIs rct George A Pearre Peale Pealeg
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SPECIAIi SPCL LNOTCES NOTICES NOTICESPUBLIC NOTaCESPUBLIC I IPUBLI
PUBLIC PUBLI SPEAKING SPEAKNG AT HARPERS HARPERSHALL HRPERS HARPERSHALLThe 1
HALL BLLThe HALLThe The Hon IonL L F Livingston Mr MrE MrE MrB
E S Douglass Douglas and Mr E Hilton HIton Jackson Jacksonwill Jacson Jacksonwill i iw1makespeec
will w1makespeec make speeches sp eches 5 on the issues of of the thecampaign thecampaig thecampaign
campaign campaig before befqc the e Virginia Democratic DemocraticAssociation Democratc DemocraticAssociation j jsocIaUon
Association socIaUon in the Harper Haper Building Buldlng67C 467 C CStreet CStreet 1 1Street
Street northwest nortwes FRIDAY RIAY SEPTEMBER
28 at 8 oclock o lockTe The lJbJc public is Invited to toattend toattend I
attend Item ItemTHE Iem itemTHE I ITHE
THE MARYLAND MARYA DE DEMOCRATIC CLUB CLUBTrill CLUBwill
Trill i meet tonight tonght at 8 oclock at at 467 467C 46 467C
C CStre Street t northwest nortwest when delegates delegte to the theIndianapolis theIndianapoIs theIndianapolis II
Indianapolis IndianapoIs Convention Cnventon of the National NatioralAssociation NaUmalAssociaton NationalAssociation
Association Associaton of UelocraUc Democratic Uer ocratic Clubs Cubs will wi be beelected beelected beelected
elected M F PEAKE President PresidentH President i
H HJ J ORLOWITZ ORL01vI ORLOW1TZSeeretary Secretary Secretar it itNOTICE ltNOTICETHl I INOTICEuTH
NOTICE NOTICEuTH THE TREASURER A RER OF PRINCE PRINCEGeorge PRINCEGeorge PRINCEGeorge
George county counlYMd Md will wl collect Clect State and andcounty andcounty
county taxes at 635 63 F st stnw nw Sept Sept2 27 28 2
291900 29 9 1900 00 se263tem se263temTHE se2t3kel se2d3ternTHE
THE MARYljAND MAY A l DEMOCRATIC DE10CRATICLUB DE10CRATICLUBur CLUB CLUBurgently CLUBurgently I
urgently ur entyrequests requests all Maryland Maland Demo Democrats Dcmbcrats Dembcrats ¬
crats to call cal on lbeundersigned the undersigned at afOIcein afOIceinreference ones in inreference Inreference
reference to registration reglstton on Tuesdays uesdays Oc October October October ¬
tober 2 and 9 Present law entitles entte many manypeople many manypeople manypeople
people to vote ote wlower who were prohibited prohbledormer prohbledormerly former formerly fornerly ¬
ly HOWARD BOYD Chairman
Executive ExecutiveCommittee Executve ExecutveComm ExecutiveCommIttee
Comm Committee tee Mertz r iJuidlng Building or orM M J JPEAKE r 2 2PEAKE
PEAKE PEAKEPreid President t 213 Fourandahalf FourandahalfStreet Fourandahal FourandahalfStreet
Street Streetlorthwest northwest se257t se257tWE se271 se7tWE
WE W BUY Bu UNDI UNDIVIDED = EP INTERESTS INTERESTSL INTERESTSLReal IN IXReal INReal
Real Estate Estte and Perfect Titles TitlesParties TIes TIesPartes TitlesParties
Parties Partes who failed fai d to pay 1S9S iS93 taxes and andwhose andwhose andwhose
whose property was sold can protect themrom them themfrom themfrom
from rom maturing aturlngto to a deed dee and loss of prop property property property ¬
erty by calling calrg at the ofce office of WASHING WASHINGTON WASHIG WASHIGTON WASHINGTON ¬
TON LAW CLAIMS CLIMS CO Room 7 472 472Louisiana 42Louisiana 472Louisiana
Louisiana Avenue Avenuenortwest northwest city cityeelStfem ciy ciyEelBtem cityselS4fem
eelStfem eelStfemwas EelBtem EelBtemwaselecte selS4femwas
was waselecte elected iI in 1898 18j8bya by a plurality plnraJiyof of over
4500 yet the Democrats Democrat of the te Sixth Sltdls Sltdlstdct die district dietelct ¬
trict feel teell Increasng reasngconfdenc confidence that Major MajorLittle MajorLitte MajorLittle
Little Litte will wi carry cr the ho district dIstrIc by b a substan substantial substanla substantlal ¬
la tial majority majorityOther mjoriy mjoriyOtherspeker majorityOther
Other Otherspeker speakers Jatnight last night were Maurice MauriceTslbott ManriceTalbott MauriceTalbott
Talbott States Sttea Attorney Atorney of olontgomcr Montgomery Montgomerycounty Montgomerycounty
county John A Laskey LskeY Blair Blai Le Lee and andWilton andWion andWilton
Wilton Wion J 1 Lambert Libertof of Washington WashIngon
FINANCIAL FIX CIAI STATEMENTS STATE2IEXTSFDAXCIAL ST STATEMENTSFINANCIAl TE IElTS IElTSFL
FINANCIAl FL AXCAL statement sttemnt of the WAShINGTON WHIGTO IX
SUKAXCE A COMPANY CmI of Washington D C CCapitl
June S0r 20 1900 1900Capital 11530Capital
Capital Capitl stock paid up 100000 100 CO
Surplus SrII to policy plc holders 10703 ftl ftlASSETS 64Asstrs
ASSETS ASSETSCash AsstrsCash ASSS
Cash Cah on onhnd hand and in banks bnks 1835 1 33 3
Bonds Bnd and mortgages lrgg first fr t liens Ier on onreal onrl onreal
real rl estate ette 30j 30IXX 03 0
Stocks Stocksldbnd and bonds 105100 ltn o CO
Interest Interet accrued accred i 45 155505 0
Premiums Premiur uncollected unc Icctd and in hands hand of ofagent ofagent ofagents
agent > 212SO 212a 212aTotal 11 11Total 4 4Total
Total 223073 2 3 53 53LIABILITIES
LIABILITIES LIABILITIESCssh LAlLTE LIABILITIESCosh
Cssh ChcpltI capital capitalfleserv m 100003 03
Reserve Rcere fleserv premium pn mium fund 100 J5GtO 07
Other liabilities labitie liabilitiesflesrrve 56007 55 00
Reserve ReEre for forunpaid unpaid unpad l losses c jot IOZ18 5 8 81
Net surplus furplu 97058 970 970Totl Ol6 C4 C4Total CtTotal
Total Totl 223073 20i 53 53ANSOJf 53ANSOX 53ANSOX
ANSOX S TAYLOR TYIORPreid2nt President
FREDERICK FREDERIK H 3LliELDON SUELDON lE1OX Secretary Secetr ltem ltemAsk ItemW ltemLhff
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only TfBtimonials TtjUmonialof of the highest bighet character are arecoming ar areComing
coming lnCom in from every section secton Sold Sld at all al drug dr
stores store3 storesC 3 powders 10 cents cent cent Be sure sur to togc get getHalters
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THE TlE WALTER CHEMICAL CIHCLCO CO Washington
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SYDNEY SYNEYNS N S W W Sept 27 27The 27Thesteamer The Thesteamer
steamer Alameda Alameda which hich sailed saIed hence yes yesterday yes yesterday ¬
terday terdaytor for San San Francisco Jonboard has on board
800000 80000 sovereigns sovereignsTO sovereigs sovereigsl
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small smal lots that tat have ac accumulated accUIulated accumulated ¬
cumulated cUIulated during the theweekand thew theweekarid
weekand w ek rf the the special speciallots specialfots speciallots
lots that were whole wholesalers wholesalers wholesalers
salers remnants rernants remnantsall all alof alofwhtch of ofwhich
t which we include in int intmorrows to tomorrows tomorrows
morrows offering ofering Fri Fridayprices Fridayprices Fridayprices
dayprices at The Saks SaksStores S SaksStores ls lsStores
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and Fridayprfces Fridayprices prevail prevailh prevai prevailtomorrow t ttomorrow
< h tomorrow tomorrowExtr t tPurchase
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t k sample line loe Included are are Single Singleand SingleT ugle
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us n to say 50 cents cent Ought to tobe tobe 4 4be
be gone gope by noon Theyre in the thepopular thepopular thepopular
popular colorings Heliotropes HeliotropesBlues HeJotropes HeJotropesBlues HeliotropesBlues
Blues Reds and combination combinaton ef effects effect effects +
fects fect cut in the latest style and andabsolutely andt andabsolutely
t absolutely perfect fitting fttng Be sure sureyou sureou
4 you ou come early crlywed earlywed wed like lke you to tohave 1 4 4have +
have a chance t tI
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+ fects and the Dress Skirts in inBlack
4 + Black Back Brilliantine Dr iia Unc Both ara a made madein mde mdei madein I
+ in i the latest latest style and ad when weSY wesay we wesay
say 350 thats a low rating ratingyou ratng ratingyou
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1 tiest test and swellest sweIest Belt Beltof Beltt =
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Under the the management maDgcment of the Fathers Father of thf thfSociety ti tiSociety
Society Scey of Jesus J < us Over Oer one hundred bundre professon professonand profesacriand
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For information inronton ana ala catalogue ctloge address addressTHE adde addeT addressTHE
THE T REV JOHN JOlN D VHITNEY WlTXEY S S J Rector RectorSchool Rectr RectrSchool RectorSchool
School or of Medicine MedicineLectures lledine lledineLcure ietllcineLccttirs
Lectures Lcure will wl begin b Monday omby October Octber 1 at a 1 1pmAIeeri 1 1p 3 3p
p pmAIeeri m AH exercises are arelowgen now given during durn thc theday thedayThis thdayThis 11
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the advantages advatgC of the te laboratories bbntore libraries lrae and andhospital andhOita andhoapital
hospital hOita clinics cinc of the te city cityThe dt i iThe
The Te University Unicrit Hospital Hositd now in full ful operation operationunder oprton oprtonunder operationunder
under the control cntrl of the faculty hcty will wi give gve ample amplefacilities aple amplefacilities
facilities facite for instruction intrcton in ward wrd classes classesAddress c1 classesAddress
Address Adarc3 for particulars pa c3 the Dean G L L 3IA 3IACRUDEB M 3LtCRUDER
CRUDER GRUDEL M 3L D S15 Vermont Verort Avenue Aveue Office Officehours Ofc Ofchour Officehours
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Hon lon JIAETIir MX F MORRIS 10RRI LL LL D DAssociate DAcat DAzeociate
Associate Acat Justice JItice Court Cou of Appeals Apeals of the thetrct DS DStrict Dia Diatrict
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Hon lon SETH SSIEP SHEPARD ARD LL L1 LL D DAssociate DAs Btseociate
Associate As < cte Justice JItce Court Curt of Appeals Appel of the DIe District Di DIetrict ¬
trict tret of Columbia ColumbiaLecturer ColumbiaLecture ColumbiaLecturer
Lecturer Lecture on Constitutional Conttuional Law Lw the te Law Lw of Cor Corporations C Corporations ¬
porations prton and Equity Euity Jurisprudence JurisprudenceHon Jursrdenc Jurisprudenceflea
Hon Hon LOUIS LOUI E E McCOMAS 1cClS LL LLD LLDLt D DLate BLate
Late Lt Associate octe Justice Jutc Supreme Court Courf of the Pta District D Ptatriet ¬
trict of Columbia ColumbiaLecturer Clumbia ClumbiaLcure ColumbiaLecturer
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Hon Ion CHARLES CIARLE C COLE COLEAssociate CLE CLEAssocitl COLEissociate
Associate Associtl Justice JItice Supreme Court Cout cf the District Districtof Distct DistctoJ
of Columbia ColumbiaLecturer Clwb ClwbLtrer ColwnbiaLecturer
Lecturer Ltrer on Common Law Pleading Ieadin and Practice Practiceand Pra Practiceand tc
and Equity Equiy Pleading Pleding and Practice PracticeGEORUE Poctce PoctceGEORGE PracticeGEORGE
GEORGE E E i HAMILTON HAILTOX LL LL D DCean DDC2n BDean
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mentary mento Law LawRev Lw LwRev LawIlev
Rev RENE HOLAIXD S J JLecturer JLturer 7 7Lecturer
Lecturer Lturer on Natural Xaturl Law LawTALLMADGE Lw LwTALGE LawTALLILtDCE
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Lecturer Lcureon on Civil Civl Law LawCHARLES La LaCAT LawCHARLES
CHARLES CAT A DOUGLASS DUGLAs A B D LL LL B BLecturer n IL ILLecturer
Lecturer Leturr on the Law 1of of Torts Tors and Negotiable Pap Papr PaprMIChAEL r rICILEL
MICHAEL J 1 COLBERT COLBER COLl3Et A M LL L M MD IL ILLecturer
Letrer Lecturer on the 1w Law of Penl Personal Prperty PrpertyJudge Property
D W BAKER A M LL M MJudge 3fJudge
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J NOTA McG 1cIU MCGILL ILL LL LL 31 31Late I ILate
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Lecturer Lctnr on Probate Prate Practice PracticeCourt Prctc PracticeCourt
Court Cour of Appeals ppe31 Hon Ion JOB BARXARD BARSRand BARSRand11Cf and andMessrs and3cssrs
Messrs 11Cf LEIGH LIGH ROBINSON nomxsx and J 1 UOLDSWORTlt UOLDSWORTltGORDON HOLDSWORTUGOHnN IIOLDSWORTIGOIIDON
GORDON GORDONExaminers GOIIDONExaminers
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Examiners Eumier Messrs 111r J 7 ALTHEOS JOHNSON JOHNSONsnd JOHXSOnd JOHYSOXend
end nd HENRY IEXRY W V SOHON SOHONClerk SOlOS SOlOSClerk SOlIONCieck
Clerk oJ f Courts HARRY W HODGES HODE LL LL JL JLQuiz JtQiz H HQuiz
Quiz Qiz Masters 11te R ROSS ROS PERRY Jr A M MLL 1 it itLL
LL L M and E E RICHARD RCHARD SHIPP SHPP LL L M MSAMUEL 11SAYUEL 31SA3ILEI
SAMUEL M 1 YEATMAN YEATrX A M MSecretary y L LSeeretary
Secretary Scretr and Treasurer TreasurerCHARLES Tre TreasurerCHARLES = re
CHARLES cRLE R I YEATMAN YEtTrx LL IL LI M 1L Assistant AssistantThe AssistantThe Wstant
The Te thirtyfirst thiryft annual annl session seion opens opeI on WeJ WeJnesday WeJnesdy Weinesda3
nesday nesdy October Otber 3 1SCO at C30 C3 p m n in i c the theLaw te teL theLaw
Law L School Shool Building Buidmg No Ko 505 5 and SOS 5S E Street Streetnorthwest Stet Stetn9rthwet Streetnorthwest
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LEG LEGAL VI NOTICES NOTICESIN
IN JUSTICE COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COs COsLUJI15 GO GOLUMISIAIlefore
LUJI15 LUMISIAIlefore IA Before Samuel C Mills Esq at a aJustice
Justice of the Peace PeaceFrank Frank P Shechy vs vsliillard vs2iillard
liillard F Freas and Street Feces At law lawNo
No 15027 15027A 15027k
A k summons in due form having been issued issuedcutof issuedout
cutof out of this court to a lawful constable of this thisDistrict tlii tliiDistrict
District for said defendant and the same hay having haylag
lag been by said constable returned Not to be befound befound
found it is is hereby ordered that said defendant defendantcause defendantcause
cause his appearance fo be entered herein on or orbefore orbefore
before the 35TII DAY OF OCTOBER 1900 other otherwise Otherwie ¬
wise wie the cause will be proceeded with as in case coseof casei
of i default SAJIL C illM MILLS S Justice of the theeace theeace
> eace J W Glennan Plaintiffs Attorney Attorneye202Tcci AttorneyaeIO27ocl
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