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   Lawrence Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - April 5, 1888, Lawrence, Kansas                                VOLUME THURSDAY APRIL NUMBER SENATE OF QITY uaraer of the Stone City Clerk and Secr of Honnoli Gunl Police H Howard City Spangle Street Wan Sufierlntndeut Fire Mauler nt G EideroUler City J Simmons Mary Simpson Library from 2 J p 10 12 a and a to 5 and 7 to 9 17LDRIDGE All this Iktvot lighted r l i Call ana ut KLECTIUC all and dm alarm O to pe lUi ttura f AWRENCE nar Court block from Opwra and punt Union ilopu ami part of the imdrr nw Firm cla POPtKAK LUNCH Ma4flarliuHU at alt trinttai Cigars and Cider and Ulnger ATTORNEYS AT ATTORNEY AT Ofllce in National Hank ATTOItNEY AT Offlce over National TOHN ATTORNEY AT Office II COUNTY Office Couulv Offlce over A ATTORNEY AT Luanfl on ral e life and Til ATTORNEY AT Office In Hank HO ATTORNKY AT Offlre over Kari Notary and of Offlcf 7UI Hliwt ATTOUNEY AT over limn j ATTORNEY AT lienrat Ihe IVare In llouew AllSTICACT OF ABSTRACTS OF IVrxonnl rfvin mitklnu alotiacU of on ABSTRACT OF FIRE Special attention to awtract OlHce corner room under Eldridije REAL KEAL ESTATE AND LOAN Correspondence Offlce over Lela Drug AKT HUBBELL AUT EMBROIDERY UAIR Emhroldcrv In painting and wu Maiwachueetta MERCHANT f THE 11 M the and aelertion of lamulM ever bniUKlit to DoulM None but the bent f are 733 Maaaacba BctU up JOHN HORSE plows of all All warranted UW p ROSS 1JAUI1ERS AND UAIH tba bMtof wotltuen riatlaf action HARD W ARE AU NOVELTY 832 MASSACHUSETTS ten lawm PLUJtBDJO T OAS STKAII rrmKo The Senate Resumes Considera tion of tbe Bill to Provide lor the Purchase of A WRANGLE IN THE Opponents of tbe Direct Tax Bill Eesort to Filibustering tbe Entire Day Being Consumed in Voting Upon Unimportant Motions The Sessiion Extended Far Into tbe Fiftieth Congress April A bill for the withdrawal of public lands in Missis siupi from sale at ordinury private en try and to redistriot for homestead set was reported from thu committee on public lauds and placed on thu cal Vest moved to recall for recon sideration the bill making an appro priation for a public building at Buf He said he had informa tion wbicb he believed would defeat the The chair ruled that the motion was not in the time for reconsid eration having On motion of of thu bill granting to the Clark Fork Cooke City railroad the right of way through the Crow Indian reserva tion was taken up and a provision in serted that no part of the route shall touch the Yellowstone The bill was then yeas nays of gave notice that lie would address the senate today on thu presidents The senate on motion of Sher man proceeded to the consideration of tbe bill to reimburse the depositors of thu Freediuens Savings and Trust com pany for losses incurred the failure f that Alter some debate the bill went over and the bond pur chase bill was taken up considera The pending question was thu Heck amendment to the Spooler After some debate the amendment was carried by a vote of US to by request introduced a ill to test and try the science of spell ing and to provide for establishing 100 schools for that being thu same oill introduced in the house by Stewart offered a which was agreed diiecting the secre tary of the treasury to report what pre autions had been taken to prevent the mportation nf lead ami ores from Mexico and Canadi in violation of the revenue and what legislation is leressary to prevent tho smuggling of ead and lead The senate then resumed consideration of the housu bill o provide for the purchase of United States bonds by thu secretary of the pending question being on Hecks Teller criticized thu statement of Melhur of yesterday and the day in regard to as to thu country being within 00 if the amendment should ecomu u law on a silver bnsis with at a He read figures to ihow that the use of tilyer coin and ilvur certificates in the payment of im ort duties is and he Icclarud that there was nothing in the financial expenses of the country or of he world that would justify the state nent that if of silver coin went put on the market any difference would bu made in the relative value of he silver dollar and silver The juestion being on Bcuks amend Allison desired to offer an imendmunt to it tn extend the time rom 30 days to GO but was in ormed by the presiding officer that leeks amendment was one in the sec ond being an amendment to a Tbe question was taken on Becks amendment and it was agreed yeas nays lleagan offered an amendment di recting the purchase and cancellation of bonds with of gold now in he treasury for the redemption of legal tender Farwell asked Liifi hclbcr he meant by his amendment to suspend specie for that was the way that be Farwell understood Reagan replied that tbe question had no application at all to his ami be proceeded with an argument to show that bis amendment ought to be Farwell asked him whether be pretended to say that the egal tender notes were not as shown upon their Reagan replied that technically they were a but practically they were Jut they were not the same sort of debt as the interestbearing bunds which could not circulate as and only constituted a burden on thu tax f tbe object of tho legislature was to reduce the surplus and relieve hen the most direct and least njurioua way to do it was by the adop tion of Keck said bill with his amendment was a simple proposition to allow the lirctident to ute tho sur plus in buying and at thn same Imv tn take care that the present volume of currency was not Hu ap pealed to thi mimitor from Texai to withdraw stating that 10 would have an opportunity to odor t to tho bill for tho Investment of rcrtnln in I ho relying on that with hit Shcriuan moved to amend Hecks amendment jy substituting silver bullion for silver coin over the but the prcsiiing officer ruled It out of the senate had already agreed to the Beck Sherman said that he knew amendment was not in but he wanted to show that the senate was forced to act in a matter hich had not been carefully examined by a McPhenen moved to add to the providing that nothing n this act Fhall authorize the secretary of the treasury to coin more than worth per amountfixed in the act of February Stewart moved to lay tbe amendment on the table without On mo tion tbe Maate leaving tbe impending question irrespective of McPhcnoBf proposition and the ad option of the apooner aubttitate at added to the Beck ing of the journal an effort was made by the friends of the special tbe direct tax to make an arrangemen Uy which a final vote upon the measure would be insured today at 5 oclock but of Arkansas ob jectcd to tbe B of thereupon moved to limit general debate to one The opponents of tbe bill then resorted to filibustering Tbe entire day was consumed in voting on dilatory motions submitted by tbe opponents of tbe bill At G oclock the house concurred in a motion of to take a recess until 10 oclock Breck of made a motion that the gentleman from Tennessee Miller be excused from voting on Taylors of Missouri and Burrows of made tbe point of order that the motion to excuse was not in order upon a motion to take a the former gentleman suggest ing that if it were in order motions could be submitted to excuse every The speaker said that while that be very he thought that tbe mo tion to excuse was in Gros of remarked suggestively that it might be a very convenient mo tion for th minority to avail itself of Arkansas with drew bis motion to excuse Me of in quired if the ruling of the wbicb bu said established a and from ivliicli no appeal had been would ic allowed to The speaker re plied that he supposed all of the pro would st ind as a part of the records of the but desired to add that the chair would not hesitate to give this question a thorough Thu question had been asked unexpect edly and the chair bad given its best judgment upon it at the The mo tion for a recess was set aside by a mo tion and tbU in turn was lisplacud by a motion to adjourn until On this no quorum voted and a call of the house was At oclock the situation in the house remains except that there has been a general falling off in thu number of members responding to their names on the roll The call if the housu dieted the fact that there were 10 members but this number dwindled away and tbe vote by which the proceedings under the call dispensed figured up but still less than a Filibustering motions weru again interjected and the voice of the clerk rendered somewhat husky from the task imposed upon him Df calling 15 roll calls during the day filled the Though the hour is still and the prospects for an nil night session are the iiousc is already showing the effect of the long the past ef ortii have been privately made to effect i The proposition was hat a recess should be taken until 11 iVlock and that the prcvi msqneslion should be considered as or lered on the bill at 3 A bitch iccurred in jlie ind the proposition will not be subuiit ed for tliu April Thu house at took a re css until After tbe read WASHINGTON Tlltt PlllLIC April time Senator Walthall introduced a bill nr the withdrawal of public lands in Missouri from sale at ordinary private The public lands after consideration of the cnn eluded tn report a bill covering all pub ic and this morning Senator by direction of the commit reported tho following ai a substi tute for his That from and after tbe passage of this the public lands of ibe United now subject to private shall be disposed of unler and according to the provisions of the home itcad laws Senator Cockiell gave notice that be would oppose the passage of the bill on ground that it was unjust to the Mlizens of The president has vetoed the bill for the relief of Nat Mackay and tbe heirs Donald CARLISLE Speaker Carlisle has purchased for the house on K street near Franklin Park occupied until his recent recall by tbe Swedish The bouse committee on elcctiona bad under consideration the FrankQlover contest from and although no final action was it is apparent that the committee will report in favor of the sitting OKDEll Of BUSINESS The bouse committee on Territorjs adopted the order of business for lie days and evenings assigned tbe com mitte for next The Oklahomo will be the first considered and put n its to be followed by the Omiiibusa bill to admit the Territorysof Washington and New Mexico into the Any remaining time will be taken up to tho considera tion of such bills u tbe chairman may COMPOUND Tho houio committee on agriculture mi adopted resolution requiring that nil who duslrti lo submit printed on tho bill to tai and brand com muni lard hall do to on or before the ISlh of It also decided to akc up tho bill fur consideration on tho Tno supreme court of tho United States hat denied the application for a rehearing of the driven well This Is the second application that has been made f jr a THE SCrrRAOE Tbe National Womans Suffrage association today adopted resolutions looking towards a union with the Ameri can Womans Suffrage Eliiabeth Cady Stanton was re elected Hiss Sosaa Anthony rice Kiss Rachel Foster corresponding secretary and Spofford treasurer and Eliia Wilbur and Julia Wilbur Matilda Joslyn Gage was elected chairman of the eiec ntlve comaiUec ia place of Wright whose business engage menu prevented her from continuing in The foreign delegates Called on the Twelfth April This afternoon a gauiey Ught occurred bc wecn Montreal a wellknown ighting and who killed the anious Winncpeg Spring about two months The light was very fierce md lasted for one hour and twenty icren At the cud of the twelfth Sport gave up and died in a ew The contest was for f S50 a side and the gate and changed haiuU on the revious to Sport never lost a tbe to the in tional foniga corresponding cil Henceforth the Content will Be i onlined Strictly to the Itur lliigtoii ALL STRIKES DECLARED OFF Trouble Brewing Among Chicago Brewery Employes Employment of a Non Union Man Causes a Stampede at One EstabliebmentTbe Mis louriBJver Overflowing The Low The Boycott April The final result of the meetings of the employes of the various roads in this which began yesterday afternoon and lasted until a lute hour last is anuuuuced this morniusin the declaration that tinImy colt uf Q curs has been permanently raised and that henceforth the mtitct will be confined strictly to thu Q This raising uf thu boycott means thttt all strikes now on except thu Q are to forth with and that all thoiu which are imminent are to be The business of Chicago is to bu ratored and maintained by the strikers with striu Other roads are absolved from the requirement of neutrality and vio lence is to be according to the well known policy of the Broth erbood of Locomotive Brewery Hands April Nearly thousand men employed in the breweries met and discussed the questions of a The matter grows out of a circular recently issued by the cmploy ng in which they stated thnt they would not employ members of At Ernest brewery he men objected the employing of a nonunion man and They after wards reconsideti action and ull were allowed to go to work but the This afforded the men a new rievancc and they stuck for A general strike was but wiser counsel prevailed and Ernest will ic visited by a committee cable In April Deputy Sheriff Hichard Chambers was shot and nstantly killed hero this afternoon by Stephen a well known citi The latter wrote a communication in a weekly paper reflecting on the ollicial conduct of Sheriff McDadu and Deputy When Chambers met Alch n a quarrel ensued and both opened lire simultaneously and a bullet lierced Chambers heart anil Alchiu was atally wounded and cannot live twenty our The State April annual meeting of the regents of the state Nor mal school met in this city and elected following officers iresidcnt vicepresident secretary and Stewart treasurerthese are the old offi cers The present unexampled irospcrity of the school owes much of u success to the board and its efficient Jacob Sharp NEW April the Trib une The life of Jacob Sharp was haug ng by a thread at a late hour last Ie bad been gradually sinking for for yeight and his family bad given up all hope of his lie had wen unconscious since late on Monday night and when aroused be had been His death way only a quest on of a few his physician The Mad April Missouri iroke u few miles south of this city this uornmg but is still firm The iver is bankfull but showing hat there is a gorge The but om ten mil lei is flooded and there is evidently a gorge Destroyed by April this morning destroyed Clarksoni lash and blind Orjrtn undertaking roomvmil he electric Ilijlit Ion about The total IOM is bout with but llttlu Two a DBS April bouie lhi evening paucd the bill providing or a two cent per mile passenger arc on railroads in the state of What a Family Medicine A preparation which Is adapted to the Iff and cure of ailments to which members of a houtebold are moat which not only allefed to do but has loot aid unfailingly proved ability to do auurtdly deterra the title of a reliable Family Among timehonored which experience and the aaMtkm of the medical Indicate as duerricc of popular retard and confi Is Stomach Blitcrst a medicine adapted to the eradication of dn constipation and the most frequently oeenring ailments that vex Oerired from a botanic It la tffletent aa well as porend It rallcTee Mirnne tade and Inactlrtty of the and a to Tor iCMWIag flxxtacstmcth and ImnartlnK appetite It can be Implicitly relied Wmt aid rmiumitmm and deblttty Tbe Seasons April following is synopsis of the forthcoming quarter report of the Kansas State Board of Ag for the quarter ending Marcl Area sown in tbe state in the fall o us compared with that sown tbe previous 101 per wnich gives a total area for tbe state of which is an excess of acres above the acreage of previous years Winter killed or destroyed from oilier 8 per General condition o crop as compared with a full stand unti unimpaired 92 per General condition of crop as com pared with average 100 per LIVE generally but in many counties thin of in consequence nf the scarcity of high price of No prevailing the fear and auxiety of throughout the state lust cattle have gone through the winter in fair us a and he percentage of loss is less than it has been fur a number of In cuttle are but in good and have sufficient strength to carry them through to Only a few counties report and these are mostly in tie extreme western portion of the and nrc attributed to stalks an1 other dry indigestible on account if the light corn sdd their hoss II close in the Those remaining an fur the most part thin in There will lie but few pigs this In a few hog cholera ia nut generally in a mild and it is no doubt only the remnant of that fear ful scourge which played so much havoc among the hogs of Kansas the two pre ceediug TAME All verities of grasses suffered mure or less from the drouth of last anil as reports vary in repurd to it is difficult to determine which varietyhas withstood the drouth but timothy and especially for ami alfalfa and orchard graas for western seems to on the the best Buds of all with tho ex ecption of ate reported in liciilihy and promise a good TUB The season is reported generally throughout the state as alxiut two weeks but the without any ex is in excellent condition for sprint The subsoil of Kansas is reported us more thoroughly soaked by tlie Murrh rains than it has been for many the situation iu Kansas ut tl is time is most hopeful tnd the farmers throughout the state are n good and not without reason ire expecting a bountiful yield from the seed that they put in tbe ground this sta Didnt Know It Was The young man fell dead A friend had pointed a revolver at He dilut know it was loaded I We often hear it stated that a man is not responsible for what he docs no Tho law presupposes knowl edge and therefore convicts the man who xcusei crime by ignorance I had only known has often unfortunate mans apology for some evil unknowingly but in ajmat of general fcr instance hat laudanum is a that naphtha is a deadly that blood heavily barged with a winters accumulations of the waste of the is ones duty to know tbe fact and the conse quences Our good old grand mothers knew foi that the opening of spring was the most perilous icriod nf the Why Because then the bio od stream is slug isli and chilled by tbe cold and if not thinned a good deal and made o flow quickly and healthfully through the arteties and it is impossible to lave good vigor the rest of the without what is now known as Warners Log Cabin Sarsa was plentifully made and religiously given to every member of the family regularly through May and It is a matter of record that this preven tive and restorative custom saved many a fit ol prolonged life and happiness to a vigorous old and did away with heavy medical ex Maggie used Warncra Cabin Sarsapa rilla for nervous sick headache of which I bad been a sufferer for It bus been a great benefitto Hugh 1114 15th Phila says it purifies my blood and removes tho blotches from my Aarca Berks ssys she was entirely cured of a skin disease of the worst by Log Cabin Bail skin Indi cates a very bad condition of the If you would live and be go to your druggitt today and got Warners Lg Cabin ttarsaparilla and take no nothing like tt 01 so and completely renovate your im paired system with this fanhioucd preparation of roots and who makes the famous Safe puts it and that is a guarantee of excellence all over the known Take it yourself and give it to the other members of the including the You will be astonished at its healthgiving and lifeprolonging pow We say this editorially feet becaufe we bare heard good thiocs of it and its name is a guarantee that it is first class in every Tho nndarsljraed deitrss to far nUhtd him tbe reg and date ot death el any and all union sailors or Bsrinse la tbe war ot the rebellion wbo died la tbe envies or since muttered andwbeee paves ars la Leeofiptaa towsuklp and reatala nn A proper don new made will neun tbe forsjnauat with which to answer BAUIS The Moorish Ooveruiueut Re to Accede to the of the WANTED TO SHOOT An Armed Buffiin Found Laying for tbe Suicidal Epidemic at Monte Eoumaniau Frontier Guarded by Soldiers Joseph Chamberlain TllutliLt WITH April R d Lew Ins BENJAMIN HARRIS BREWSTER The KxAttornev General Died i Philadelphia April Harris attorney general of th United States during President Arthur and during whose term of office the famous star route casea were pushed to a died early tbi morning at bis borne in this age 71 lie had been suffering during i the entire winter with disease of tbe but his condition did not be come serious until about a month ago since which time be hai been confine to the About a week it was aiscovered by his physicians that para lysis of the bladder had set and his failure since that time been marked Early this morning be sank into a heavy slumber and passed quietly Mr lirfvster was one of the oldest and most prominent members of the Philadelphia born October in Salem New He hai Itabat April the Tryol have done much At a house has been buried and four women WAll BECOMINO April Joseph Chamberlain made a speech tonigbt at meeting ol the Price Arbitration He said that under tbe growth of public war was becoming more and more WANTED TO SHOOT April man named Ivanof was recently arrested in rontof Count Tolstois residence by the counts special The man wu armed with revolvers and was waiting to shoot Count Other persons lave been A SUICIDAL April is estimated tuat ifty persons committed suicide at Monte Carlo during the last quarter The proprietors receipts during the same period ItOUUANIA April is learned that u cordon of Turkish foldiers have been on the Roumanian frontier to the outbreak of contagion around LOCAL GOVERNMENT April Marley spoke at New Castle this lie saiil that the country was engaged in u pro cess of the full scope nnd purport of which few could yet iretend to IKlengthily criti cized the defects ikliciciuvsi of the government bill and the TUB SEW FIIKNCII April new r thine consists of one memher of Iliiextreme live members of the radical kit and four TO The committee of the chamber of dep to which was referred the propos I of the Panama Canal Company to is sue a lottery arc equally divided or and against the and therefore will report to the chairman that they are unable to arrive at a The Spring AT April the city elcc three straight republicans were elected nnd one n the Second In the Fifth ward 1 and Keith were defeated by iitchie and independent rcpub was elected over colored The woman vote was lighter than last lost of this vote was AT FOKT FOET April city elec ion held here yesterday to elect four one from each six members of the school board and two resulted in the election nf he entire republican ticket with one Conway was elected oUDcilumn from the First ward on the union labor Some 752 women were the of whom voted esterday and the city never experiemvd a more peaceful apd orderly Hlsaliilppl April rebub ican national convention assembled lerc About 150 colored and 25 white delegates nere John called the convention to tiibbs was made permanent chair man of the The delegates lo lie national convention from the state t large are John of Adams ounty James of Hinds of Warren and John Mc Uill of this The conven on did not instruct tbe to lie Chicago but referred to olin Shermun as n popular ndone of the strongest men mentioned n with tho presidency and no whose nomination would be special y acceptable lo this Oot at April state elcc Ion today went republican by about on the general ticket and tho re lublicans had a sweeping victory in tin capturing this city with welve representatives acd a senator aid 25 of other 35 The full vote for sovernor was at allows Gould majority for Providence give Taft 211 majority in tbe legislative The republicans hare regained nearly every own whichthey lost last Bar which has always leen was captured by the April rtate central committee of the national greenback lafty met here It was decided bat the call for meeting on May 10th at Grand Rapids be postponed to a later wife having died alinut two years Far the Ins received twjce hut WM a reply from the Moorish govcrnmenli Uja declining to acctedu to the demands nf j the United States with reference to the person under comiMil r protection im prisoned ut H timl Icurs arc entertained liere tnat the Americm government will adopt rigorous measures againt Mor TO AWAIT The United States ship Enterprise has sailed from Tangier for Nice to receive orders from the admiral of tho Ameri can squadron with reference to tbe Ktiniat and Iftbraika prtctdtd in of Knniut by local rain triik to high northerly dimiiiiihiny in and Incoming Advice to WINSLOWS SooTHiNa foe chidren is the prescription of onr of the beet female nunten and phyaioiani in Ihe United and has been lined for forty yean with neverfailing aucceM bj of lumbers for their Dur ing he procetw of teething iu value U incal It relieves the child from cur v and griping iu the and By giving health to the child it the Price 25c a SANDS DEAR Inquiry as to my Im of tbe patent Spooner ol which you bavu the exclusive Is to I haye thrown aside all other atyles ao I for two have used thh collar on all my railroad ttamj and with perfect sat Ic is the ban c illar anil I ulate yon on getting control of It Yours April Natlvo Lumber for At tbe saw mill on two miles eut ot Twin Suttan Is su a u will take your orders at the Lawrence MARlvETiiEPORTS Xaw York Niw April On call at lail loau at Iic cloeed attf ver M per lixciiiNut Sterllnic qulat bat flrm for to duji and 4 tor The total of tocka tooay 4aroupi I 14 coupon LA A IU IOH Erie Iacinc Ti Nortli i N Y Ontral 1 3f M HOCK 1U8 Union 1arlllc M4 i Wabaali Ulj UVdtura Lulon 74 1 railroad Santa April KBIMIU drain and sVajiBaa April Uiiuxnliailr MiLuurrsCorn kiln dried vu We sacked I2c HUc sacked sacked small 10 FLAX 1 per fancy JSe good tine dairy 1311 auillour tanrjJU KMiil ti full 1 Voting America 3IU per cured liatos breaksat dear sbort clear am kod tlio b long 7 clear tburl 1ork 1300 Kansas Cltj EAKSAS April Tue Live Stock Indicator rnuorta Mar ket l in d Ui choice common to 20O3 3 H Mar ket active and Cood to cornnion to medium and Mar krt Good to 4 iO caHmcn to J Oimln ftnd April 4 May TSSi 79i June cloalng 7V July KriCl SiftSOc at Coali April Xar boavy nat ve atears fair ti native medium ti intcb rm and feedem filr to vood ran era t rdlnary d lo ket Cfiolie p Kill fair NnairK kel Mar Cfiolie and bnichert Mlectl0nB ack medium to prime U Mar Fair to Cklmco OraOai Bad Pfwlvec April IsnrtDblHftTt I surlai Had i No Ulf fur Tuonir pork per Lard iior dairy OtUeatco April 4 Drovers Journal report Mar kedull 8mrs rtorkera and trad ers bulls and mixed 1 fril slfls Itocfljitt 1 Mar ket Mixed heavy MBttJOO Lbt MiitrIfccslpts sblpmtnts Mar ket Native U7H Teiaae XOOOI fcecnl April Wholesale u corrected areekly by Whlt mb WH MassachosetU FLOualTrst ill 42e Umbe Twrcw and jfiniat poc nraM po Business Directory OF QOUNTY Jadin of Dlitrkl Clerk at Under Ioaat County Deputy KenUUiref County Henwa Hrlatow Lave Jamea French Norton H l OreenlM Urooke I Kooke Jnuie Brooke llurner llartlrlt W 111I I John i UUver Butler Draper PHYSICIANS M ORSE PHYSICIANS AND ovor WMdwaril Drug Story Ttflehuu PIIYSICIAX AND Offlce til I4U 1UU PHYSICIAN AND 1 Idtnca VfOTTRAM PHYSICIANS AND Offlo 831 IU Kl tot uj U PI1YS1CIAX AND Offlce RMliUnctf 910 Vermont Ue Ur Buu4 Tel PUYSICIAN AND and Ilesldaace FIIYSICIAX AND omce Tsl lUsldeace 7S3 St Local Jk aaj PHYSICIAN AND Itisldauca ling ht VecraUry JExauanUg u C AN PHYSICIANS AND mat PHYSICIANS AND Offio 721 Ml oklo HELLEN PHYSICIAN AND Offlnind Keildenn 7M PHYSICIAN AND Unlcond ItMlduct S3I u I JR oa Warren serial batweoa and N H PHYS1CUN AND It Drui 1103 Mui 7 SMYTH lad nurlli WMH Vtrmunt and Kwluckjr rj Omct ind RuIduM Ml Kentnclcj D Offlcaand JUaldanca KIT MENTAL AND MAGNETIC on tba aoutheat corner of Rhode laland and Berkley Will alln to anypait f Alao A Hntal office UOUM 92 MaRBachoaetta Offlce boura 8 to and 1 to BAYLOR Kuahmera Jewel rr DD over WooJwitrda Drug fflce over Field A 803 Maa acbOBejIta bourn tiom 8 tnU Oaaa need inexlractlni COAL OIL AS1 r AWRENCE TANK oal Oil and laaullnt any part of th la to sulu Offlra at OUrlau A Sons bardwara F Manufacurar ot and dealer In FINE BOOTS AND Satisfaction REPAR1NG NEATLY TUT US Warren treat I DOOM Eaat of Merchants fonk ATTORITEY AT Abstractor of Titles Examined and Md bAWBIKCC KAN 3 A   

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