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v r lb ' t U. ill P"f .ri I!',fT ' ft'' P n r . 1 & I WORST IN YEARS. Severe Blizzard Prevailed in the Western Part of Wisconsin for Thirty-Six Hears. PLATED HAVOC WITH RAILWAY TKAFFIC All Freights Are Abandoned and Pas senger Trains, With Difficulty, Bun With Deuble Headers. .Oabkeah I Prncllcnlly Isolated Frem the Heat of lhe "Werlil Lenn in the Cltr Will Ilcaeh Theu- I mndi of Dellar. Cumberland, Wis., March 21. The 6evere blizzard which 1ms prevailed throughout Western Wisconsin for the past 3G hours Is the worst seen ler years and has played havoc with railroad trnfllc. An Omaha train was -stuck In the snow two miles south of here for nine hours Wednesday, and nnether was snowbound south of Turtle Lake for a similar period. All freights have been abandoned and passenger trains aie running with double headers. Country reads nre impassable and lumbering operations nt a standstill. The stave and head ing mills nre shut down en account of the storm which is still raging. OshkeBh, Wis., March 21. i Th sleet storm of Tuesday night and the snow storm of Wednesday have practically isolated Oshkosh from the rest of the world as far as wire communication is concerned. The less in this city will reach many thousands of dollars which will prebnhly be augmented by the driving blizzard thnt is new in progress. Benten Hnrber, Mich., March 21. A severe storm raged here Wednesday night, a Btreng Beuthcnst wind being accompanied by a blinding snow. Dlnck Funnel-Slntped Cloud. Tteek Falls, 111., March 21. A largt black funnel-shnped cloud passed rapidly ever lleck Falls, ceminp from the southwest. It completely destroyed the Afrlcnn Methodist Epis copal church, the Woodmen hall and many barns about four miles south of town. Sioux City, la., March 21. Train service en all railroads between here and Chicago wns badly crippled Wed nesday ns a result of the bllrrnrri south and east of Sioux City. The wind attained a velocity of 50 miles nn hour. The snow was drifted in all cuts here and in Omaha and Ma nilla, la. St. Pnul, Minn., March 21. The fierce storm of sleet, snow and wind which has raged in St. l'nul si nee Tuesday morning is one of the worst storms this city lias experienced in years. The storm hampered street enr nnd "railway traffic. The outlook for warmer nnd clear weather Thurs day is favorable. , The storm has covered almost the whole e' thr northwest and most of the trains ure coming into St. 1'aul late. ON A RAMPAGE. CklViK Colored Weiiiiiu Wlelilcil mi -V-v In it CriiKiitlt AkhIiiM f'rnii Clinics anil Policy bliuim. Chicago, March 21. Adopting the smashing methods of Carrie Natien. Mrs. Lettie Jenes, colored, went forth en the south side Wednesday te wield an nx In n crusade against crap game and policy shops. -She began her work by wrecking a cool office at 2551 Dearborn street, where he found her spouse engaged in a game of craps. When she had smashed the windows and reduced the furniture in the coal office te kind ling weed, Mrs. Jenes Nutarted in search of a policy shop where her husband has been losing money. When she reached the policy shop, however, she found it closed nnd went home. She says she will smash eery place where her husband is went te gamble. CAMPBELL'S COLUMN. It Ilnd Heavy FlRlitlnsr UeIiik te and Careline Frem Vrede Aliqut -00 Sick nnd Wounded. Durban, March 21. Owing te the ljlip river being flooded Gen. Camp bell's column has been unable te re turn te Standorten, from which point it went te bring nwny the garrison at Vrede, which the British evocu evecu ated. The column had very heavy fight ing going te and coming from Vrede. OenT Campbell has about 200 sick and wounded. There nre many bands of roving Beers in the neighborhood of Stan Stan dcrten. Condition of the Trcnnury. Washington, March 21. Wednes day's statement of the treasury balances in the- general fund, exclu sive of the $150,000,000 geld reserve in the division of redemption, shews: Available cash balance, $152,050,030; geld, $03,250,351. CnrncKle'a Offer te Atclitaen. Atchison, Kan., March 21. Andrew Carnegie has offered te give Atchi. son $23,000 toward n public library provided the city will appropriate $2,500 annually for expenses and fur nish a site for the building. UendeO. for JiliOO.OOO. e"i t, Havana, March 21. Sener Carles ffiL Jlaleff, the newly appointed treas- fy ( " iircr of Cuba, whose term begins April 1, will qualify with a bend of $800,000. l THE POWERS DISAGREE. Dun Tfet Come te nn Agreement a te the Ameant of Indemnity China Should Ileeelve. "Washington, March 21. It 1b stated thnt the Bum total of the indemnity claimed by all nations can net be cal culated at tills moment because of the lack of agreement among the powers en the very basis of 'settle ment. But assuming that the ether powers nre willing te accept tUie scheme of adjustment proposed by the United States, allowing a certain amount for each mis sionary killed or injured, and an other allowance for property destroy ed, the sum total of the claim would be considerably less than $250,000,000. It is net doubted thnt under eco nomical administration with order completely restored, nnd with free nccess te the interior of Ohinn, the Chinese revenues would be able te meet this charge against them within a reasonable time. But it appears al most hopeless new te expect the ether powers te accept the same basis of compensation thnt would satisfy the United States government. Claim May AKKretrntc $500,000,000. Net only is there n. vast difference In the scale of these demands based en military expenditures, but there is also a very radical difference of opin ion as te the treatment of the native Christians who have suffered in per son nnd property by the Boxers nnd it is believed thnt if some of this ele ment is te be treated with the liber ality proposed by some of the Euro pean nations the indemnities elnimed will be nearly $500,000,000 in the ng gregte, an amount, it is declared, quit! beyond the ability of the Chi nese te meet. Berlin, March 21. Commenting up on President McKinley's proposal that the powers should demand joint dnmges from China, each of them taking a shnre of the same, the Ber liner Tageblatt points out thnt Count Ven Buelow, speaking in the reich stag March 15, had already declared this te be the best -method, adding thnt there exists consequently n com plete ngreement between the German nnd American points of view. PHILIPPINE COMMISSION. It IW-perln n Very SntUfnetery Htnte of AtTnlrn In the IhIiiiiiIn New Ilclnif VlMlted. Washington, Mnreh 21. A dispatch received from Judge Taft is reported nt the war department as showing a very satisfactory state of affairs in the. islands which ure new being, visited by the commission, nre tenta tive te a certain extent, nnd In each community or municipality the gov ernment is organized upon u basis te n"et the requirements of the peo ple. Fer the most part it is said the governments are of a very simple ehuractcr, with the least possible machinery, and gie the people the largest measure of self-government consistent with their condition. It is intended thnt these tentative govern ments shall be the basis of a mere extensive organization as seen as the people in the several cemmuni ties show a capacity for such en largement, it was stated as an il lustration of the condition which exists that the commission, when among the Igoretee, found several communities where it was necessary in making the selection of chief or head of the government as well as the clerk or secretary te stand the candidates in different places. These natives who pref erred one would gather around him nnd these who preferred another would gather around him. The person having the largest number of supporters was declared elected. CHARLESTON EXPOSITION. Failure of Cemrrena te Slake nu An- lirlntlen "Will Net Interfere With the EntcrvrlMc. Charleston, S. C, March 21. The failure of congress te make an ap propriation of $250,000 for a govern ment building and government ex hibit at the Seuth Carolina interstate and West Indian exposition, te be held at Charleston, will net, the managers of the exposition say, interfere in nny way with the scope and purpose of the undertaking. The work of con struction en the exposition grounds nnd buildings is proceeding with all possible expedition. The bill which congress failed te pasu simply pro vided that the means for covering the expenses of the government building and exhibit. Net one penny of the amount asked for could have been di verted "te nny ether than government uses, se that the failure is, while in a mensure n disappointment, has net disturbed the resources of the expo sition company or caused any change in its general plan. Heir ie $(1,000,000. nellnnd, Mich., March 21. T. It. Oatmnn, n switchman en the Hint & Pere Marquette railway system, was Wednesday ndvised In it letter from his mother at St. Themas, Out., that he is the heir te $0,000,000 left by a distant batcheler relative named Dr. Kline, who died about n year age en his, big Virginia plantation. Wolcott for Secretary of Interior. Pueblo, Cel., March 21. It is def initely known here thnt ex-Senater Edward O. Wolcott, pf Colerado, will in a few days be appointed by the president te be secretary of the inte rior te succeed Mr. Hitchcock. The news has been received by friends of Mr. Wolcott in this city and it is expected that the announcement will be 'made in Washington Thursday. BIG COAL COMBINE, Leading Operators in Illinois En En deaeoring: te Consolidate the Producing Interests. MEETING TO BE HELD IN CHICAGO SOON The Object is te Reduce Expenses and te Fortify Themselves Against Miners' Organizations. A SliiKle Company "Will Be Formed With n CapltnlUntlen of 8775,- 000,000 Controlling Mere Than 1)00 Mine, in Illlituln. Springfield, 111., March 21. A move ment is said te be en feet among the leading coal operators of the state of Illinois te consolidate the coal producing interests of the stnte into one mammoth combine. A meet ing will be held in Chicnge seen te perfect plnns for the consolidation. The object of the enterprise is te reduce the expenses of production and te fortify the operators against the miners' organization, which has gained such strength of late as te be able te nssume a dictatorial position in the matter of wages. The projectors of the plan will en deavor te absorb every mine in the stnte either by purchase or consoli dation. The project contemplates the for mation of u single company, with a capital of $775,000,000, controlling mere than 000 mines throughout the stnte. The total product of these mines last year wns in round nuni bers 30,000,000 tens, und they gave employment te 37,000, net including office help. The Project (luletly DInciihuimI. The project, it is said, was quietly dibcussed at the recent meeting of the Illinois Ceal Operators' Associa tion nnd approved by leading mine owners of the stnte. Agents were sent te Pittsburgh te study the workings of 'the combi nation which controls 95 per cent, of the mines in that district. These agents report thnt the present plan works successfully. It gives the Pittsburgh operators special advan tages in handling lnrge contracts advantages net possessed by individ ual operators. One contract alone called for 300,000 tens but with the orders distributed among the mines controlled by the combination they were filled without dela'. With the mines of Illinois In a sim ilar combination the operators think they would be in it position te till similar contracts. THE TIPT0NVILLE FIRE. It In Thought te Have Ileen Started Out of KeteiiKv for the Lynch ing of Ike I'ltxKerald. Union City, Tenn., March 21. Tip Tip tenville, the county seat of Lake coun ty, was nearly destroyed by fire, only four business houses escaping. The Lake county bank, Harry -Smith's dry goods store, Peacock's furniture store, a butcher shop, two barber shops, two or three restaurants, J.P.Geerge's dry goods and clothing store, with Campbell's dry goods and clothing store, Lcmineu's grocery, Harris' gro cery, and Campbell's hotel were de stroyed. Several ether business houses and restaurants were burned. The less Is estimated at $75,000, part ly covered by insurance. New Madrid, Me., March 21. The fire at Tiptonville, Tenn., 20 miles be low this city, is said te have been in cendiary and is supposed te have been started by Negroes out of revenge for the lynching of Ike Fitzgerald, one of their race, en Saturduy. At his trial the jury steed 11 for hanging and one for life imprisonment. That evening, as the sheriff was taking Fitzgerald te the jail, n mob of 200 men took the prisoner from the sher iff nnd hanged him te n tree near the court house. Before he was hanged the Negro was tortured in a horrible manner. The Negroes of Tiptonville and vicinity were greatly wrought up ever the mutilation and lynching. INJURIES WERE FATAL. Jehn Nnali Died Frem n l'all en the Ice nt ChlciiKO IIIh Skull Va Frnetured. Chicago, March 21. Jehn Nash, for merly a dealer in railway supplies in Cincinnati, and nt the time a director of the Big Four railrend, died at his home in this city Wednesday night. Last Friday Mr. Nash slipped en the ice and, falling te the pavement, frac tured his skull. His death Wednes day was the direct result of the In juries sustained at the time of his full. Ilenth of Alfred 11. fSreen. Greeley, Cel., March 21. Dr. Alfred R. Green, aged 79, died here after a long illness. Dr. Ureen was chief sur geon en the staff of Gen. Geerge G. Meade during the civil war. He was n native of Germantown, Pn. IlrltUh llurlc MUnlnir. Londen, March 21. The British bark Cape Arnth, Cnpt. Hart, from Callae November 2 for Asteria, Ore., last reported outside Asteria January 15 nnd then disappearing, has been posted at Lloyds as missing. Filipine Leader te Surrender, Holle, Island of Panaya, March 21. Negotiations are being made for the surrender te the American au thorities of the insurgent leader, Fullen, in th interior ef the island. THE DOCK STRIKE. In n Flu-ht With Heldlern nt Mar seille, Frnnce, Several of the Trooper Were Injured. Marseilles, March 21. The situa tion here is very disquieting owing te the increasingly aggressive attitude of the deck strikers. During the disor ders Wednesday the panic spread te the townspeople and stores, restaur nnts and cafes were hurriedly closed. The Hue de la Cannebiere and the oth eth er leading thoroughfares of the city were deserted. It was fenred that the mob, which wns charged by mounted gendarmes und hussars, would attempt te pillage. A crowd numbering 2,000 burst through n cordon of infantry along the deck side. The cavalry charged and drove the strikers back. A vol ley of stones was then thrown in nil directions, nnd a brigadier, two gend armes and n hussar and several infant rjmen were injured. One gendarme was stunned, thrown from his horse and trampled upon by the cavalry. He was removed te a hospital where he lies in n critical condition. The soldiers were greatly exasperated, but tlieir nflircrH succeeded in contrellinirl them. NEGRO LYNCHED. Jerry Hell Tnkcii Frem Oflleer nnd UuiiKcd CIiiim. UollluKMVVerth. an Accomplice, Uncnpcd. Terry, Mihs., March 21. Jerry Bell, a Negro, was lynched Wednesday night by n mob that hanged him te a railroad bridge. Bell was discovered at Frere Wednesday morning in the room of n young woman visiting the family of It. C. Terry. He escaped te Iirynn, Miss., where he was nrrested. After being brought back te Terry he wns arraigned and bound ever te the circuit court. Officers intended te take the Negro te Jacksen Thursday for safekeeping, but the mob took him nt 9 o'clock Wednesday night. Later developments implicate an other Negro, ('has. Hollingsworth, whom the mob meant te hang at the same time and plnce with Hell, but he fought his way through the small armv of men. nnd although 50 shots were fired at him, he escaped in the darkness. It is generally thought he will be found in the morning riddled with bullets. BREVET MAJOR. Cnpt. I.nelu Felk Promoted for Gal- lant Action nt llllenicna, Phil ippine InluiitU. Knewille, Tenn., March 21. Cnpt. Lucius Polk, of Nashville, Tenn., has been promoted te the rank of brevet major for gallantry in action nt n n n longes, Leyte, Philippine islands, en May C, 11100, when he was wounded three times successively. He is a grand nephew of ex-President .fames K. Polk, and a brother of Congress man Ilufus K. Polk, of Pennsylvania. He served in Cuba ns a lieutenunt of the 1th Tennessee volunteers. The OImpln In Dry Deck. Bosten, March 21. The Olympin, Adm. Dewey's flagship, was placed in the drv deck Wednesday te be scraped and painted below the water line. The government is spending about $500,000 en her for alteration between decks and routine repairs. She should be ready for sea about June 1. THE MARKETS. Fleur nnd Grnln. Cincinnati, March 20. Fleur Spring patent, $3.h0(a;4.20; fancy, $3.303.50; famil3, $3(ii;3.20; winter family, $2.G0 (fT2.90; fancy, $3.15(J?3.50; patent, $3.75 JT4; extra. $2.10(2.30; low grade, $1.60 (T 1.05; northwestern rye, $2.90(3.10. Wheat. Sales: Ne. 2 red, itrack, faOc; de, elevator, 80c; sample red, track, 79c. Coin. Sales: Ne. 2 yellow, track, 42'c Oats. Sales: Ne. 3 mixed, track, 2 7 Vic Chicago, March 20. Wheat. March, 75"e; April, 75c; May, 7Gy2((T70c. Cern. May, 41 Vic. Oats. May, 25bc Live Stock. Cincinnati, March 20. Hogs. Select butchers, $3.97ys(uG; fair te geed packers, $5.85'g5.95; 'fair te geed light $5.555.85x; common nnd roughs, $4.23 5.M. Cuttle. Fair te geed ship pers, $4.504,8U; geed te choice butch ers, $4.50(54.90; fuir te medium butch ers, $3.504.25; common, $S.25(fi'3.25. Sheep. Extras, $4.40(7T4.50; geed te choice, $3.504.35;t common te fair, 52.25(j?3.35. Lambs. Extras, $5.75; geed te choice, $5.35(g5.C5; common te fair, $4.25(g5.25. Veal Calves. Fair te geed light, $5.50(G.50; common und large, $35.25. Indianapolis, Mnrch 20. Cattle. Geed te prime steers, $5(g5.50; fair. $4.50(u;5.50; feeding, $l4.50; geed te choice cows, $3.604.25; medium, $3 (UJ3.50J common old, $1.752.75. Hogs, Choice medium te heavy, $5.90$?5.95; mixed nnd heavy packing, $5.805.90; geed te choice light weights, $5.83 5.90; common, $5.70(c?5.75; common te geed pigs, $5.255.75; roughs, $5.25 5.65. Sheep. Cholce lambs, $4.75 5.25; common, $3.504.50; cheice sheep, $3.504; common, $2.503.23; stockers, feeding, $2.253; bucks, $2.503.25. East Buffalo, March 20. Cattle. Veuls, $4.507.50. Hogs. Yorkers und mixed, $8.106.15; mediums, $0.15; heavies, $6.15(g6.20; pigs, $fl0.05; southwestern, $5.955.97Vi; roughs, $5.405.75; stags, $4.404.75. Sheep and Lambs, Tep Native lambs, $5.75 5.83; culls te geed, $43.70; top mixed sheep, $4.754.90; ethers, $3 4.70; handy wethers, $35.35; heavy fed western wethers, $4.804.85; clip ped lambs, $3(g3.13i peer wool Cau adas, $5.10. !)pif An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method nnd beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Hrnui' op Fieb, manufactured by the California. Fie Sykup Ce., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known te be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing te the taste and acceptable te the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one te overcome habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectienaule quality and sub stance, and its acting en the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleusant te the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy arc obtained from senna and ether aromatic plants, by a method known te the Caufehnia Fie Strup Ce. only. In order te get its beneficial effects and te avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed en the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAZ LOOTBVH.LK, KY. NEW TOKK, N. T. Forsnle by all Druggists. Price &0c. per bettle. f top le's Column Ne Charge! AdvartUcwicnti under tht teadingi "lttlp Wanted," "SUuatlen$ Wanttii," "Jjut" and "round," and net txceedlng three linei in lengtA, are TREK te all. WX BailBMi AdTrrtlMraeaU Inserted wltlivat pay. If antweri fail te tome the flrtt time, we inxiu at man repetition at art neetnaryte leeure what jeu adiertUe for, JT with advtrtiieri te ftel that they are net impeiing en uiby uilng our free eelumnt. WAdvertUert Mt'iT furniih cop, which can be left at the ajlcc or lent by mail. THE PUS LIC LEDGER, Ke. 10 Eatt Third Street Situations &) anted. Advertltrmcnti under thit heading imerted free; but advertittrt mutt furniih the copy. Jielp Wanted. Advertlirmenti under thii heading imerted free; but adxertlurt tnuil furniih the copy. AXTKD-OOOD WOMAS-Te live with an elderly lady; light nerk and steady employ ment. Artdren F.. this office. fc3 lw r ANTED - IIOUSEKEEPKIl Middle-aged W woman. Call en or address JOH.N' WEA VKRprlngdale, Ky. martlw Wanted. Advertiiementi under thii heading, net exceeding five Unit, 10 ecnti each tniertltn, or SO cenlt a week. WANTKD-AHKNT At each I'oitefflce In Munn county te sfll Metallic Illscult Beards and Cake Pans. II. rt. POHTEK.711 For Fer ell avenue. for Rent. Advertiiementi under thii heading, net exceeding All Unci, 10 cent I each Uuertien, or in ecnti a week. FOIl RKNT-H1UCK Bl'II.UIMi- Recently used by I. 31. I.une at it curiinter shop. West Third street. oppeNlte Messrs, Kalns's naretioeie; suitable (or grocery and nu at store or stene-cuttlne establishment. It Is well Known as 11 carpenter shop. CII iltl.ES PHIsTKlt. rnnrl9tf 70H HKNT-ROOM At Ne. & West Fourth marts lw street. for Jae. Airertltementi umler thii heading, nnt exceeding five Unci, 10 ceuti each Uuertien, or te cenlt a week. est. Advertiiementi under thii heading imerted free; but advcrtiiM mutt furniih the copy. OriTFUR COLLAR-Keturn te IhU office and j receive reward. maris lw IObT SPKCTACLES-Iletween Seoen street j and Brew n A Davis's. Return te SYLVK& TEIt DAVIS and receive reward. marH lw LOST CAT Gray with dark stripes around body; strayed from home. Return te Miss ROSSER, Ferest avenue. marfllw T OST-PACKAGE OF LAUNDRY-Between lj Central Hetel and Cemetery. Return te Singer office. marBIw pound. Advertiiementi under this heading imerted free; but adiertiteri mutt furniih the efy. F OUJfD-HI.ABSHH Owner can have same by calling a; mis euice anu preuiug properly. mnrlllvr SJi C Racket We are here ter business and our low- prices are beuud te Interest you. Our line et NPKIXU VHDERWKAB, 1IONIEKY, Ete., Is lust arriving. Alse a nice line Ribbons and Laces; all kinds of Granite and Tinware, Notions, etc. THE RACKET, is West Second street, Maysvllle, Ky. L. II. YOUNG A CO., Preps. JOHN Y. DEAN, COMMISSION MERCHANT, BUYER OF PRODUCE. 200 Sutten EGO EXCHANGE Street. JOHN W. BOULDKX. TRY i. . r ARK MR Boulden & Parker's Fire Insurance Agency! FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Only first-class, reliable companies reprtssated. All less promptly aetUed. We respectfully (ro ll ctt your patrenac. L.H. LANDMAN, M.D. Of Ne. MT Wast Ninth strest, Cincin nati. Ohie., will b at tht Central Hevel. lUrsTllle, Kr. ea SATURDAY, APRIL 6th. RtrBlBi trefy first Thvmday e( ii neaUx THE DIVISION OF ... COAL Take place In the stove or furnace, geme el divide Inte three or mere parts. Seme Inte two. Our Ceal Is et the latter kind. Consisting largely of carbon, there Is nothing left after It burns bain. small residuum of ash; no slate or clinkers. Thlr Is redhet coal and doesn't have te be coaxed !ol !el burnlug. WILLIAM DAVIS. l'HOXRC9. ' CITY OFFICE, M'CARTHEY'S JEWELRY STORE. snniiasiii sTWe give Rebate Stamps for cash; with alJ alJ erders. GET THE BEST JS If you want a hens heated In the raw) cleanly, economical and satisfactory man ner, the het -witter system will de It. There are never! systems; but expert encehas proven that "OurOwa" Het 3 Wafer Boilers ! Are decidedly ther best. We take pleaa- nre In rprrrlntr te lew U cal uers. am en it them First National Dank, mat National nank.W aldingten Opera-house, Themas A. Davis. All work guaranteed. FITZGERALD & CO., STEAM HEATING, PLUMBING and GAS FITTING, Ne. 119 Sutten Street, MAYSYILLE, KY. Barry fr Gmta liisuranccgolicctietis! masenic temple Dr. Anna B. Hewins, THE LADY DENTIST, A'e.tS Wettfkcenditreet. All kinds of hleh-cIsM Painless Dentistry den In the most artistic and scientific manner Prteea riht. Held Crowns and Bridge Werk te B0. Best Hew et Teeth en rubber t te 15. Geld fill ings Hand np. State National Bank, OF MAYSVUIE, KY. Capital Steele, I1M.6M sti-plssa,... ... M,MO DOSS A GZXXRAL HA1TXIXO SVSISS&a SAMUEL M HALL. I'rcnldent. CHAB. D. FBAROE, JA8. N.'KIBE;, Cashier. Vice-Free. 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