The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on May 4, 1894 · Page 12
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 4, 1894
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Highest of all in Leavening Power,— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SENTINEL Is the only newspHperln Carroll county that Is printed all at home and It con Bins more local and county news than any otber two papers ID this county. POWERS & COLCLO, Props. FBIDAT, MAT 4, 1894. Mob Lynched Wilson — 9 Murder ol Marshal Whitney at Missouri Valley Avenged, NO PITT SHOWN THE DESPERADO MIBEODKI VAM.BY, la., May 1. — "Reddy" Wileon, the murderer of Marshal Whitney, was lynched here at 2 o'clock sharp this morning by a masked crowd. The parties were all unknown. They made the electric lights shut down and disarmed the policemen. Excited crowds were waiting all evening for the affair to happen. Masked parties battered the jail door in and captured , Wileon in the dark. Wilson did not have time to say a word, bat was taken to a tree just outside the court yard and swung off. There was no shot fired. ' The whole thing was orderly as a lynching oonld. be. At 3:30 all was quiet again. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe store. Onion sets at the green house. Frank Connelly spent Sunday at Omaha. Gall at Martin & Olovis' for Glidden barbed wire. J, M. Albers returned to n if wick Neb, Wednesday. Some good baled hay for ,sale. Inquire at this office. Tested garden seeds in bulk at the green houee East Fifth street. Remember May 7, it is the time of the the ball at Music Hall. Mrs.JW. E. Guild is enjoying a visit from her brother of Ida Grove. Case & Huber threshers and engines at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'e. Miss Delia Powell, of West Bide, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and now. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. Transplanted plants, cabbages, tomatoes etc., at the Carroll Green House. Money to loan on real estate fit 0 per cent. C. E. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa, Diseases of women and children a specialty. Dn. B. C. KELLKY, Carroll, la. Eclipse and Grain wind mills, pumps and tanks at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'e. P. J. Olbertz and I. W. Hoffman WOEO pleasant Callers at this office Wednesday. The Shriuers who attended the conclave at Omaha report a royal good time. Read Nockels & Guam's ad and then you 'will know where to buy your clothing. Dim barrows and Disc cultivators at bottom prices at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'s. Frank Hagan, of Arcadia, was in the city Thursday for a few hours on business. Champion and Standard mowers, and Champion binders at Woodward, Diokey The common salutation between ruil- load men inowadayi is, "How is your am*" Adolph Metzger left Monday for Freeport, 111., where be has relatives Uvluy. George Micka returned Tfrom Boono Sunday, where bo bad been for the past week. Oboioe new maple sugar. Freeh made, guaranteed pare. MOLACJAN& Soup- Call on Mahoncy and Cuvunuugh for latest style* In spring millinery. Prices veaionable. The county clerk iisued a murriage license Friday to John Seger and Misi Lena Witt. Mrs. Peter Bchultee, of Moudota.Ill., in in the city visiting Ler brother-in-law, Mr, Bohultes. 'fry our conned gooda, the prices and quality will yon. MOLAUAM Marshal Hamilton, an an over grown school boy, promoted a rather picturesque appearance. The hirlug of teachers proved a! sur- pr|*o to many in our city, but we huve always claimed that the notions of u school .ibonrd wero inscrutable and beyond finding out. Jos. Wabl, caught a mud turtel In the Coon river Wednesday, which wenched twentv-eittht pounds. Fancy and staple groceries of all kinds at Kenipker & Martin's, first door west of Wetberill & Gnam's. JLftrge stock of carnages, surreys, phaetons, buggies and spring wagons at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'s. C. V. B. Smith and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Blnir, of Union township, were in the city Tuesday on business. The instructive, descriptive, pathetic and comic side of the White city at the Baptist church Friday night. Air. and Mrs. Frank Macombcr arrived in the city Saturday from Chicago for a visit with friends and relatives. The Stars out with a subscription list soliciting funds to assist in purchasing uniforms bnd equipments for the club. The "Deestrick Skule" was a decided success and the company of players presented it in an exceedingly clever manner. The society of the Church of God will hold regular services in the grand jury room during the building of their church. Our prices on flour are right, suits everybody, give it a trial and yon will come back to the Yellow front for more. Lon McAllister left Saturday for Boone to work for "Blondy" Mitchell while the latter is away on a trip to New York. Gen.. E. Winterbourne, the child orator, will deliver a lecture at the Baptist church this evening on the "White City." Superintendent McMahon acted the part of the pioneer school teacher to perfection and showed a strange familiarity with the subject. Egermayers' orchestra will give one of their pleasant dancing parties at music hall May 7. All lovers of dancing are requested to be present. Miss Lena Guam and her sister, Mrs. Bruning, returned from DCS Moines Saturday evening, where they had been for the past two weeks. It looked natural to see Hud Stewart and Hugh Chambers on onr streets Friday evening. Hud looks as natural as ever, only ajlittle more gray. Miles Bredahl, of West Side, was in the city Wednesday and as usual, made iis annual visit to this office which as usual was greatly enjoyed. The Eastern Star will hold its regular meeting, Friday evening, May 4. A supper will be served for all the members promptly at 0 o'clock. W. M. For sale or rent—A blacksmith and wagon shop with tools, well located in arroll, Iowa. For particulars call on' or write W. R. Lee, Carroll, Iowa. Ohaee £ Banborn teas and ooffeee were need exclusively on the World's fair gr(, selected for their superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. To eschange,flne set double breast collar driving harness for good young milk cow. Eugene Munson, driving park. • 52-2* Mrs. R, R. Woodring, in company with her daughter Mrs. Deidrick, of Marshalltown, left for Newell this afternoon to visit with Jno. Forbes and family. Regular meeting of Signet Chapter No, 1 O. E. 8.,Friday evening, May 4. Supper will be served to all the members of the order in the banquet hall at G o'clock. Mr. John Guild spent Sunday in Omaha, returning Monday. Mr. Guild will move tiisjfamily hern in a short time and will occupy the residence of Frank Harvey. Rev. J. 0. Hendricksoa left Monday evening for Wanhington, O. 0., where be will preach for several weeks, Before returning he will yisit in New York, Saratoga and other points in the eait. Misses Stautc, Thurlimann, and Hyde wore not applicants for positions in our schools, but they wero among the best teachers and their places will be bard to nil. Mrs. E. A. Powers of Elmore, Ohio, lett for Mariballtown Tuesday after enjoying a very pleasant visit with ker mitter-m luw.Mrs, J. L. Powors.und family. Ragan, the prisoner sent here from Hue county to serve out a twenty-two days' Bontence for auaull, was set at liberty Wedneidvy, bin lime having expired. Prof. Bevuredgo says of the description of the White city that: "It wasoutertnin- ing uud instructive m tho highest degree." U«ur U ut the Uuptibt church Friday owning. The ladies' costumes eeem I tho"Dees- trlult Skulo" wore some what antique, but uo doubt conformed to tho latest funhiouB of tho parted which thu play represented. Tho city schools will give a public entertainment ut the close of thin toriu which will bo in ubout four weeks. This is u good idea for nothing of lUo Uiud has been done during the past year, nnd the patrons of the school always take a deep interest in these entertainments. Farmers.' Mutual Hail Insurance for Iowa. The enfosr, purest and cheapest insurance known. For pnrtioiilars address the county ngput J. 0. 8ohwnller, Halbnr, Iowa. Merchant wants you to anil 11! bis store and see how few goods yrn can buy for five dollars. Leave your Bucks and baskets at home, but put a double box on your sled or wagon. Wolf scalps ore beginning to be brought to the auditor's office to get the bounty which is paid by tbe county. Last week fourteen were turned in by farmers from different part of the county. Thursday was Ascension day and services at the Catholic church were largely attended. Ascension day is always on Thursday, just fortv days after Easter or ten days before Whit Sunday. .The celebrated stallions, Docius Logan and Royal Pba'Has, will make the season of 1894 at home just north of the city limits, Carroll, Iow«. Terms, $10 to insure colt three days old. A. Docius. Representative Blan- 'a views on the President's veto of the Seigniorage Bill are set forth In an able article on "Tbe Hopes of Free Silver" which appears in the North American Review for May. Hose company No. 2 bas prepared a place over on the south side to practice running preparatory to going to the elate tournament at Iowa City, and every evening tbe boys are over there practicing. It will eoon be spring weather and yon will need good footwear, as this is a time whem money should not be wasted in worthless goodsi yon will find it best to take a little time and look nt Moore's line before you buy. H. C. Hall, one of the oldest employes of the Northwestern road, died at his dome Wednesday. For years Mr. Hall bas been general foreman over the bridge building department of the C. & N. W. for the Iowa division. The showers Sunday which visited this locality were just what was needed to give vegetation a start. The ground is exceedingly dry for this season of the year and we do not think we ever saw the Coon river so low as it is now at a similar season. Nockels & Gnam are still doing business just the same as this old reliable firm lias always done. Notwithstanding all the talk about hard times they are now doing a better business than ever before. Read their ad and see what whey have to say for themselves. ' Messrs. Geo. W. and Theo. G. Paine have moved their offices across the hall and are now occupying rooms in the Nockels building. They have a most desirable suite of rooms and they make very commodious and desirable offices. Ohas. Jen'tscb, of Arcadia, died Sunday after a lingering illness of several months and for the greater part of the time was confined to his bed. He carried a policy for $2,000 in the Southwestern Mutual Life Insurance company of Marshalltown. Miss Libbie Maclean's many friends will be pleased to learn that sbe has been employed as one of the teachers in the schools of this city. She will graduate from the state normal at Cedar Falls this spring and is highly recommended by the president of tbe college. We saw, Saturday evening, that a few persisted in staying on the court house lawn, after they had been politely requested not to do so. This wai surely a thoughtless acton their part and should not be repeated. We are all interested in keeping this'lawn in a good condition. One of the neatest window displays we have seen for some time is that of tbe Co-Operative clothing store, two little boys appearing therein carrying May baskets, the whole being set off with mir rors and showing,u most attractive dls • play of furnishing goods. It attracts considerable attention, Sunday Rey. Dr. Folsom of tho Pres byterian church, was induced to withdraw his resignation and be wai engaged for another year by the church. Dr. Folaom's resignation was heard with regret by many and his leaving would bave been loss to the church. His many wuirn friends will be oleiied to learn that be will remain here for another year at least. All the employes of tbe G. & N. Wi have or will undergo the ordeal of being vaccinated or retire from tho service of the company. A general order ban been sent out for all employes to be vaccinated at once. This order applies to all from tbe humble trackman to the lordly conductor and in this instance tUey are all reduced to an equality. Tbe greater part of the men have complied and tbe remainder will in a day or two. Tbe ladies of the Clio club hove arranged to give another program at tbe Baptist church on tbe 17th of this month. They have engaged a quartette club from Crete, Neb.,which is meeting with favor wherever it appenra and will no doubt give a first class entertainment. So far the Clio club fans been very fortunate in its selections and all (lie programs Riven b> them have been highly appreciated by he citizens of our city, One day last week while k-adlai; r. horse, Henry Dntterman stumbled over t stone and was dragged some rlistnnro by the horse, breaking his nrm nenr the shoulder and making quite a serious fracture. Ho is getting along as well as could be expected. The Right Rev. John Jayno, Bishop of Chester, who is well known on both sides of the Atlantic as one of the leading advocates of the Gothenburg system has written an article for the May number of the North American Review which Is entitled "Successful Public-house Reform." The course pursued by Governor Tlll- mau of South Carolina during the recent liquor riots in that state, has been the subject of niuc.h criticism. Governor Tlll- man explains and defends his action in an article entitled "Our Whisky Rebellion" which appears In the May number of the North American Review. The last meeting of tbe Musical Hour club for this season was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pelsue, A special program was given which presented many pleasing features and was highly appreciated by those present. On Friday aud Saturday, April 27tb and 28th, Dr. Woodburn, an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist from Des Moines, will be at tbe office of Dr. Kelly prepared to treat all diseases in his line, and 1 to accurately fit glasses to those who may need them. C2-2t Tbe Carroll Stars went to Densioo today o cross bats with tbe famous Denison club. If the captain of the Stars does not §et sick the boys will stand a fair chance of winning tbe game. The Stars have also arranged a game with Boone to be played on our grounds in about a week or ten days. Our etook is complete, goods first qruility, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill cuts no figure with us. Don't bink because we don't button hole yon ou the street and beg yon to trade with us, we don'twant your trade. We dc .'out :liink yon are wise enough to choose tbe best place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MERCHANT. The Dos Moines Leader says that the Stars of that city will make a tour playing at Dubuque, Davenport, Carroll and all the firat class cities of tbe state. This lub is a good one and our boys will have to be in great shape when they visit our city if they make any kind of a showing. A dispatch from Iowa Falls contains tbe following. There is probably not another such case on record: Kelley, who formerly lived at Belmond, but now residing at Gowrie, has been troubled with a bad conscience, and to relieve his mind of its unrest he recently tent to his old home in Belmond several checks to be distributed among some of his old customers to whom he had once sold lumber, and had charged prices fixed by the pool the dealers of Belmond were in at the time. Many of the .recipients of tbe checks are now poor, and the unexpected donation is a welcome one. The City of Philadelphia, through tbe Franklin institute, has awarded tbe John Scott gold medal to Mr. Charles Spiro, of New York, for tbe superior merit of his invention, the Bar-Lock typewritei. All ot the typewriters competed, but after a three months' test tbe Bar Lock secured the honors. The medal has been awarded to Edison for his phonograph, Morse for his telegraph, and also to Cyrus Field for hisgrent Atlantic cable. The advertiement of tbe Bar-Lock will be found in another column. The city marshal called at our o fflce Tuesday and said, "Well, you fellows will have to have a sp'ark arrester put in your smokestack." This is a good idea and we hope that every smokestack in the city where there is any liability of sparks setting fire to adjoining property will be supplied wi'th one. Tbe other day sparks from one of the laundry engines set the roof of the adjoining house on fire twice in cue afternoon This should be attended to at once, for they are liable to start a fire which will destroy considerable property which by prompt action would be avoided. J, M. Albers, of Brunswick, Nebraska, was in tbo city and gaidthal the bankwitb which ho hat beeu connected for a abort time Is now in charge of the state banking board. The following from tbe Brunswick Independent will give some idea of tbe trouble: "The Slate Bank of Bruuiwlck was closed Tuesday by Bank Examiner Gowdory. Tbe bank bad been running low for some lime and run below tbe IS per cent reserve at required by tbe slate bunking law. It was ou lull account tbe bank wai temporarily closed Tbe examiner bus made a careful ex. mination of tho books aud astcti of tbe bank and reports tbeui correct. The do Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. D*PRICE'S The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder,—No.Ainiuouia; No Aluia. Used iu Millions of Home*—40 Years tbe Standard PURE DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS, THE PROCTER a GAMBLE CO,. CINTI. posits shown by the honks nruount to about $3100, toml liabilities ahout |4500 with assets amounting to over $13,000. A, W. Swender, the president of the bank, is expected hero today and it is the opinion of the depositors tlmt ho will arrange matters satisfactorily upon his arrival and open the bank the first of the week." It has happened often of Inte that dead animals have been found floating down the river. Certainly the person who throws or permits a dead hog or any other animal to be thrown into the river does it carelessly. Ni well disposed person would knowingly do such a thing when, if be would stop to think, he would realize that he is not only endangering the property of those who live along the river and use it for watering stock, but the lives of the people as woll, and especially the residents of this city. It is;true the city water is not as a rule used for drinking|purposes,but dead animals in tbe water would Infect it with disease and would be likely during the coming sum-, mer to breed an epidemic in our .midst. W« believe that simply culling attention to the fact that this is a dangerous practice will cause it to fje stopped, but if it does not, the proper authorities should take the matter in hand and see to it that this pollution of the only stream in this vicinity is stopped and stopped at once before any serious results have occurred. The First National bank ot this city lias had an electric bank protection system put into the bank. Electric buttons are placed near the windows of the cashier and president and also buttons in the floor to press with the font in case they are ordered to "hold, up their aands." Anyone attempting to rob the First National would have a hard time of it. All that is necessary is to press the button and a bell will ring in Martin & Clovis' hardware store and in a moment help would be hurrying across tbe street armed with shotguns for the arrest of the robbers. Mr. S Wituerell.of Fort Madison, the patent of the system, is putting it in. He has it placed in many of the cities of Iowa and other states, it only being necessary for him to explain it to any banker when the advisability of the plan is at once recognized. Were all banks equipped with Mr. Witherell's system of protection we would soon hear no more of the robbery of bank cashiers when the other officials were out of sight and hearing. Of course newspaper offices have no need of anything of the kind, but it would seem that no bank could •fford to be without it. As TJstuii. Tbe question of hiring teachers for our schools usually proves to be one wbioboreates more or leas disaaos ion in our city and tbe task this year was no exception. ;The opposition which was developed against tlmreteution of Mrs. Oooke and Mra. Youlrg was tbe principal canes of comment. We know the mem • bers of the board acted in their oilioial capacity with no otber motive in view than for tbe best interests of the schools under their control. These men are all boneat and conscientious and did what aooording to their knowledge was tbe beat, bat as their opinions clashed with individual interests and the opinion of a large number of our citizens who are equally honest in their belief and who think tbe board did wrong iu not retaining these teaoheis, brought about a condition of affaira which hut caused more or IBM bard feeling. At tbe meeting Monday evening tbe board did well to reconsider it* action so far aa it related to Mrs. Oooke by giving bar a poaition in tbe aouool. We know oar oitizaus are muon better pleas- ad with Ibia than they would have been to bam bar plaoe filled by eoma stranger. And aboold a vacancy occur in our aoboola it would be nothing more than right to reinstate Mrs. Young, wbo baa bean a luooawful toaober for a number of yuan. Tbia we say witboul tbe least of ill will to any and deeiiing only to aaa tba aoboola attain tbeir highest poasi- ble RHaVMATI*MC0UKII 1M 4 WAV. -"MyiltlO Cut«" forBUeuui*tl«m and NourulglH, rutllually euro* la one to tune darn. IU notion upon the •miieiu U remarkable and lUTitorlou*. it remove* at onoe (U« cawi* uiiU tUo UIMMUU liuuiuui- atelc dlMupene*. TUB Unit Uosu ureutly btwuUla 70 ot*. Bold UyJ. W, lluttuu Urumim Cititoll. You must see tho bout to buy It. It Is a wrong pluu to buy drat and look afior- wurdiaud kick voureolf whou you Urn! that you could have duuu bottur if voti bad seen L. T. Anderson's Bowing inaukluos, Iwuws, miiUllus, trunks and other goods. 1-41 For Sale or W* bave town lots iu thiiving towusiu uortbeaateruNobritfiku; also, pLohm improved or unimproved furuia for eu\», or exehauge for etocku of morohuudiue or good outtle uuil horses, 1-21 OUIUUUVON LAND it Lo'r.Co., Kuox Uo., Oreightou, Neb. * Advertised Letters, The following letters remain uncalled for at the postofflcc, April 80, 1894. Unless delivered within thirty days from date they will be forwarded to the dead letter office at Washington, D. 0.: Jos. Urabner F. A. Ooltmrn JOB. Oorgbituer Charley Bros Tom Donahoe. Frank Harrison Geo. Hill Anton Holker Tena Lampman G. S. D. Mason Laurence MoCnbe Ed. H. Cobe A. G, Moore Mr. Pety' D. T. Summervllle. The law provides that one cent shall _ paid for all letters advortised. When calling for same plouso state date of advertisement. JNO. L. POWBBS, P. M. Judge Simpson Of tho Biiyerlor court writes: From mental exhaustion, my nervous system became shattered, nnd I was utterly unable to sleep nights. Sulphur Bitters cured mo, and my sleep Is now sound, sweet, and refreshing. 3 For Sale. I offer my farjn situated in section 9, WHBUIUKU.U township, for sale. .For further particulars address 38 6m ERNEST DEAHBIM, , Arondin, Carroll Oonuty, Iowa. Notice. My land office is u<>«' over tbe first door south of the pOBtoUloe. V. M. QUTHBIH. CARD OP THANKS. We hereby acknowledge our grateful thanks to our kind friends who assisted, us during the late sickness and tbe burial of our mother. J. F, SCHUMACHER. MRS. BUN WILLMBHS. The Superiority 01 Hood's Sarsaparllla Is due to the trnmonol- ous amount of brain work and constant care used In Its preparation. Try one bottle and you will be convinced of Its euperorttf. It purifies the blood which la tho source of health, cures dygpopala, overcomes sick headaches and bllllonsuess. It la Just the medicine tor yon. Hood's pills are the b;st after-dinner pills, assist digestion, cure headache. Try abox. During the coming summer President Eliot of Harvard will complete his twenty-fifth year as j/r-esident of that institution, and there is a movement on foot to present him with a gold medal at the, next commencement dinner. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke your Life IB the truthful, startling title of a little book that tells all about Mo-to-baotbb wonderful, harmless gnarnn toed tobacco habit cure; The cost Is trifling and the man who wants to quit and can't rans no physical oy financial risk In nilng "No-To-Bac," scM by J. W. Hatton. Book at store or by mall free, address. Tho Starling Bemody Co., Indiana Ulneral Springs, Ind. _ WANTED. To buy some potatoes at MoLagan & Schumacher's. WANTKU. An active ageut iu oach county in the United States, to solicit subscriptions for the Twice-a-Weolt Republic. A liberal commission will be paid to hustlers. Ad- dross, superintendent circulation, The Republic, St. Louis. Mo. Notice. To whom it may concuni : 1, Guo. Sel/.er, hureuy that 1 am engaged iu manufacturing, bottling and Helling soda water, mineral waters, ginger ale, older, birch beer and wine cream at Carroll, In Carroll county, Iowa, in bottles, , hottlu holders nnd siphons, having . my mark of ownerahip thereon as follows: Tho Imlf pint bottle* used for soda water aud mineral waters are marked "Selzer Uros. ," or "Goo. Solzer," same being blown in thu bottles. Thu quart liottles used for elder, ginger ale, birch boar and wine cream, are nmrkt'd "Geo. Sel/er" blown in tho bottles. The onsen and bottle holders are marked "Selwir Bros.," or "Geo. Seiner," or "Carroll UottlliiR Works," either liurned in the wond or marked with with stencil plate. Thu siphon* are marked "Goo. Selzer," engraved or ground In thn class. All persons are forbidden to buy wll, use or destroy any of such described property under penalty of the law. Quo. Bxeoutor'B Notice. Notice Is hereby given to all neruona Interested, that on the 23d ilur of April,1KU, the undersigned was appointed by tho dfttrlot court of Carroll iwunty, lows, oxeoutor of the estate or Mary a. Currier, deceased, late of «ald county, Iowa. All iiemoui) Indebted to mtld estate will wake paymenti to tha undersigned, and those having oliilms ngalnit tlto nine will present them legally uutlioiitli'uted to the mild court for allow- Datdd tbe 23d day of April, 1B04. I at JOHN fa. CURRIER, KseuuU'r. BEACH & HOYT LAWYERS. Praattw ID itat* «nd federal oourtf. Offloo on Main Hrwt, imtitalrmi uortb of pottofflot, F. M. DAVENPORT, A TTORNK AT LAW. Logal blulllMI tltPf- voted In botb ntutu federal eouru. d*w —o— wer fl'nt MUionrit /Junfc, Carrol U. U. & CU. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Grain, Provisions and Duttuht uiiU aulil fur ta4li or curried uu ,, Oornspomloiice SollelM. DAILY ClftdULAR FRff, ELECTRIC TELEPHONE ulil uutrlulit, noraul, noroultr. AatP IM' wuwMiMi'Mia. Cuu lj» nut up liy uur ouu, "JrouVol uraur, iju rin>al>-fuit. liutt u Ilfci |u)«. WurruulPil. AtHOUWJJiiiJ'i'f' •S'"**,. V. P. llarrlign « Co., Clerk 10, Columtmi, 0 •

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