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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                i HE BEST PKIXTIP, RENO GAZETTE in awarded ihf premium by the Nevada Smte Fair. Prom homo for your printing Try the GAZETTE office and have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 17, 1890. NO. 15. Will bo paid to any competent chemist who will Bud, on analysis, a I' irtlclo of Mercury, Potash. or other poiBonu hi Swift's Specific (3. 8. 8.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tcr., Aug. S3, "For eigh- teen months I bad an eating aoro on my tongue. I was treated by tho beat local physicians, but obtained no relief, tbo eoro gradually growing worse. I concluded finally to try S. 8. S., and was cared after using a few bottles. You have my cheerful permission to publish the above statement for the benefit of these similarly afflicted." C. B. TretdM on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gj s.s.s- CENTS PER WEEK. "All classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty cents per week. Horse and Backboard for Sale IHAVK A GOOD JIOKSK AND BUCK- boa.d for salo cheap, apply at once to OKO WKOKKIND. For Rent. TWO LARGK, CONVENIENT ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. Suitable for n couple lor housekeeping. Inquire at this ofllce __ BETWEEN JACO1! M'KISSICK'S RKSI- rcsideiice on Center street mid R. W. Tarry s MuMe, u buggy robe, which finder mil please at stable. _ sepi3Wi Notice. KROO HAS DECIDED GRAD- ually to back out of business, and offers Ins entire stock, consisting of notions, fancy goods, stationery, cutlery, jewelry, tinware', etc at twenty per cent, below netual cost. _ ijoctiw Position Wanted. TTlESIRKLl UY A SCANDINAVIAN GIRL jL) to perform cooking and general house work. Addtess letters to T. S. llox 307. ocl _ _ To Let. TIHE STORK 1'ORMKRI.Y OCCUPIED by Jaques Son, and a nice- dancing hall, with two front offices, will be vacant after November 1st. Apply to _ THOMPSON To Let for the "Winter. APART OK, OR MY ENTIRE Resi- dence, lurni.shcd. Apply at my olliec in Kiinderland's building. DK. H. Temperance 'Work. MAJOR GEORGE A. HILTON. THE noted Temperarce Lecturer of Wash- ton, D. C., will deliver n series of lectures Opern House, commencing Sunday, Oct. u. Admission free octiwl Girl Wanted. rro DO GKNEUAI, HOUSEWORK. IX _L quire lit trie store of K. Levy he Hro. i Lest. LEI'T IN THi: WINK CLOSET, a 38 calibre, Smith Wesson, hammer less revolt cr, winch the finder will leave wilh Constable Upson and receive reward For Sale. A FINK FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSE, phaeton and harness for sale very cheap. Apply at this office at once-_________sepiStl Tor Sale. mm: RENO FIKK DEPARTMENT HAS L a Hutton Sc Illack, side stroke, 8 tne-li cylinder, se-eond class hnnd engine for hale cheap for cash 500 tect of hose go with all in first elass older For further particu- lars apply to J. I, McKarlin or T. K. Homers sep 18w4________________ For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD I1OKSKS AND CAT- tle to trade for uliec-p. Apply at this office. geplStf For Sale. ANl'W HOUSE OK FIVE ROOMS, NEW 1> furshed, new well, lot fenced aud set in Irmt trees. without furniture, easy terms. Inquire at Silver State Restaurant set D. MeKISblCK. Choice Residence Property ON'K MII.1{ I'KOM P the Railroad ami one-fourth mile Irom the Stnte University. Wntfr with the propertv. If you wish to mnke n home come umlsee'mc. LKK l'K. Fine Boots and Shoes. riO TO II. If 1'AVOLA TOR MEN'S ladles and boots and shoes Fine custom work .1 specialty, repairing nei'lly done __________________ septltf Ladies Remember riillAT MRS. S. C. JL'DD CARKIlvS THOSE I beautiful fitting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the I'erns Waists, Rmvhngs' Shoulder llraccs, White House Cook Hook nud htnnley's Alnca. Call and examine the goods. Residence i doors north Opera Hoiibc Broolclns' Steam Candy Factory THE F1KST CANDY FACTORY IS Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call ami get prices of smnllquantitien or by the barrel. Wholesale prlcea same as ban Francisco, iautf _______C. J. BROOK1NS. Sale. INDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand and for sale at the mchlltl UNION IRON WORKS W H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received a fine line of Fall gocxK both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than any other pl.ce In tfie city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA STREET, NEAR COMMERCIAL ROW, RENO, NKVADA. Windmill and Outfit AT TRUCKEH, CONSISTING OF ONE Regulator wind mill, one wind null frame, made out of whole timbers 32 feet hiuh, 3 stories, well secured with large iron rods. 'One gallon redwood tank, one I too red wood tank, both with good covers, and oue bronze weather indicator Kor further particulars, enquire of Mrs, M. Mad- den. at Truckee or A. O. Porter ol the Reno GAZKTTB. WILLIAM DIIOH BROTHER, IN BEEF, fflJTTOJS, PORK, VEAL, ETC. A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY A Man Kills his Family "With an Ax. SHIPWRECK AND LOSS OP LIFE. Suicide of a Passenger on the Train, near Wells. Sudden Death of a Member of the Socialist Congress. A Kloli Ore Mtrlke. By Associated Press. 1 TELLURIDE Oct. Telia- ride is ablaze with excitement. Flags are flying and men are cheering. The great Sheridan tunnel 1ms struck a vein and lias developed a large body of ore of a very high grade. The tun- nel was commenced in November, 1877, is feet long and cost 000. Manager Waters says, calculat- ing on the basis of what the mine has done in the past, this strike puts in sight. The ore struck by the tunnel carries brittle silver and runs high in gold. Over a thousand feet is gained in depth. The vein is owned by the Shcndaii Company for over feet linear surface. The sur- face has been developed the entire dis- tance and produced nine-tenths of the output of San Miguel county for the past eight years. Canadlau Newe IteniH, By Associated Press OTTAWA Oct. Speaking of the report of the sealing schooners Triumph and Adele, which recently sailed from Victoria, B. C., on n sec- ond trip to hunt seal, Tupper, Minister of Marine and Fisheries, said he doubted if this was their mission, as it is impossible to shoot seal after rough weather sets in. It is believed their objects be to bring buck the sealskins they had been forced to leave behind them on their first trip. He discredited the report that the steamer Bertha sailed for Behring Sea in search of the Triumph and Adele. A telegram was received from Sir John McDonald, stating that the Gov- ernor General will not be in Ottawa on October 2Gth, and Comte de Paris will not, therefore, visit the Capital. A Youthful Murderer, By Associated Presb.] MANHATTAN Oct. 17. Charles Miller, aged 15, in jail here charged with the murder of two young men from St. Joseph, Mo. W. B. Emerson and Ross Fiehbaugh in a box-car near Cheyenne, "Wyo., the latter part of last month, to-day made a full confession. He will be taken to Cheyenno, wheio ho has been in- dicted. Dropped Dead on the Floor. By Cable and Associated Press.] HALLE, Oct. 17. In the Socialist Congress to-day Baumgarten, one of the delegates from Hamburg, was tak- ing part in the debate, and in the midst of his argument, in which he became very excited, he staggered to the floor dead. The cause was proba- bly heart disease or apoplexy. A Keported Collapse. B> Associated Press.] GLASGOW, Oct. 17. The prices in the iron market collapsed to-day in consequence of the report that the funds of the Union to which the striking furnacemen belonged had given out, and the men, having no other means of support, would be compelled to return to work. Declared Innocence. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. 17. Nicholas Sen- nott, in charge of naturalization by the Democratic .Central Committee, was arrested last night, charged with subordination of perjury in the natur- alisation of voters. He declared his innocence of the offense. Ctmnerelal How Cor. IMeira Dropped Dead. By Associated Press.) PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17. Stephen A. Caldwell, President of the Fidelity Trust Company, dropped dead at his home this morning. Caldwell was one of the receivers of the Reading railroad, and was interested in the, re-organization. __ _ SalelUe Wells. By Associated Press.] WEILS Oct. 16. A man named Briggs, a passenger on the fast mail train, committed suicide to-day by shooting himself through the head. He was Secretary of a Masonic Lodge at Salt Lake City. at Hea. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. 17. The British ship Lizzie C. Troop was wrecked at Loo Choo on the voyage from Nagasaki for Puget Sound. A portion of the crew were saved. Alarmed, By Associated Press.] TOPEKA, Oct. decision was rendered in the United States Circuit Court in this city this morning that created consternation among the friends of prohibition in Kansas. The decision allows the reopening of orig- inal package liquor bouses in this State, and in effect declares that the Wilson bill enacted by Congress does not restore the power of the Kansas prohibitory law as against original package saloons. The facts in the case are: Charles Raher, agent for a Kansas City liquor house, was arrested for selling liquor in Topeka after the passage of the Wilson bill. He applied to the United States Circuit Court for a writ of "habeas corpus, admitting that he sold the liquor as charged, but claimed that inasmuch as the Kansas prohibifory law was enacted before the Wilson bill, that the Wilson bill did not apply. Judges Foster and Phil- lips sustained this view and granted the writ. MloRenlnc Tragedy. By Cable and Associated Press.] BERLIN, Oct. terrible tragedy occurred to-day at Reinikendorff, a suburb of this city. A builder named Schaaf, at one time wealthy, but who lost his money and was heavily in debt, attacked his wife and five chil- dren with a hatchet and backed their heads in a terrible manner. Three of the children died from, their injuries. Frau Schaaf and the remaining two children are unconscious aud dying. The murderer fled and has thus far eluded the efforts made to capture him. Had Newa. By Associated Press WEST SUPERIOR Oct. lust before going on the stage last night, Nat Goodwin received a tele- gram that bin wife had been probably fatally injured. The comedian bravely went through his part, although he broke down in some of the pathetic passages. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Voting Democracy. The Winters Young Men's Demo- cratic Club met last evening and fleeted a permanent organization by electing the following officers: Presi- dent, Fred Hagerman; First Vice- I'resident, J. B. Titus; Second Vice- President, Alex Asjuayo; Secretary, Victor LaMotte; Treasurer, Henry Rube; Marshal, Mat Campbell; Ser- gennt-at-Anns, J. W. Carroll. The Finance and Reception Committee consists of B. C. Shearer, Frank Stod- dard and W. Rodgers. The boys seemed very enthusiastic over their cause, and the names of 75 young men, between the ages of 18 and 35 years, are now on the roll. A special meeting of the club will DO held to-morrow evening at their headquarters in the First National Bank annex. A Sudden Death. About 10 o'clock this forenoon, while C. H. Wellman, who resided on the Truckee river a short distance west of Reno, was working in his field, he experienced a severe pain in his side, and went to his house, laid down on a lounge and expired almost immediately. Deceased, who was a Mexican War veteran, had been a resident of Washoe county for twenty- one years, and, for a man of his age, was regarded as particularly robust. BREVITIES. District Attorney Allen has gone below on a business trip. Senator Hearst arrived in San Fran- cisco yesterday direct from Wash- ington. Henry Orr has been placed on the Democratic ticket for Assemblyman, in place of B. C. Shearer, resigned. x. o. B. at. The members of Minnehaha Tribe No. O. R. M., are hereby ordered to meet at their hall to-morrow (Satur- day) evening, for the purpose of mak- ing the necessary arrangements for the funeral of our late brother, C. W. Wellman. J. V. PEERS, Sachem. Another Weather Prophet. An old fisherman tells the New York Sun that the coming winter will be an old-fashioned one. It will be- gin early, take a firm grasp on things, and hang on a long time. He knows it because the rivers are full of crabs. He has never known this sign to fail, and he has been an observer for many years. Convicted of Wife Harder. Arthur Day of Rochester, N. Y., charged with throwing his wife over a cliff at Niagara Falls, July 27th, has been found guilty of murder in the first degree at Welland.Ont., and sen- tenced to be hanged November 18th. California Orange The total shipments of oranges last season over the Central Pacific waa carloads. The company esti- mates that this year there will be carloads shipped. Advice to Mothers. MRS. WlKSLOW'S SWOTHTNG SYSOP Should always "be used for children It the child, softens the gums, allays all pala, cum wind colic, and is uie best remedj or diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents bottle Improved digestion and assimilation pro- do ce disoidad conditions of the system which Krow and are confirmed by neglect. Dr. J. H McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier, by its tonic properties. cares indigestion and gives tone to the stomach. 00 a bottle. For the Killing of Chas. Decker Last Spring. JUSTICE MILLER'S FILM I TRAIN Panic Among Children in a Catholic Church. Cuban Planters Meet to Con- sider the Tariff Question. A. Murderer Hanged. By Associated Press.] MORRIS Oct. Max- well was hanged here at this morning for the murder of Charles Decker last June. He was game to the last. Last night, when the Sheriff showed some-signs of trepidation at the task before him, Maxwell said: Brace up, old man! You are much more troubled about_this thing than I am." He slept well, and ate his breakfast with apparent relish. His spiritual advisers received a severe shock this morning when they went in to admin- ister the last words of consolation. An enterprising reporter had been before them. He assumed the guise of a minister, with the idea of getting an interview, but he failed, for when the newspaper representative began to question him as to lais spiritual welfare, Maxwell threw off the relig- ious mask which he had hitherto worn, and drove his visitor from him with a string of curses of the most sul- phurous sort. When the Sheriff began to read the death warrant in a trembling voice, Maxwell interrupted with, Stop that gnb, Schroeder, and let us get through this thing as soon as possible." Hia wish was complied with and he was at once conducted to the gallows. The drop fell, and the victim was dead in nix minutes. Just before leaving his cell Maxwell handed the Sheriff a big knife, saying he might have killed himself half a dozen times if he wanted to. Maxwell was hanged for the murder of Charles Decker last spring while burglarizing Decker's house. Their Kscnpe JUescrtbed. By Cable aud Associated Press.] PAWS, Oct Siecle pub- lished a sort of manifesto from Dillon and O'Brien, in which they described their flight from Ireland, their motives for their action, etc. They say that when they arrive in America they will separate, Dillon visiting the principal cities and towns in the north, and O'Brien going over the western and southern states. LONDON, Oct. Paris corres- pondent of the Times interviewed the Irish fugitives yesterday. Dillon ex- pected to raise in America and expects a year's imprisonment when he returns. A Panic Among Children. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. eight o'clock this morning when the St. Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church, in the Polish settlement in the northwestern portion of this city, was filled with child- ren, the altar drapery caught fire from an overturned candle and a panic en- sued. In the wild rush about twenty children were crushed and trampled on. Tbe fire was extinguished with slight loss and the police finally re- stored order and rescued the wounded. Several of them had scalp wounds and one or two had broken arms, but it is not thought they are injured fatally, except in perhaps one case, The Conspiracy Trial. By Cable and Associated Press.] TIPPEBABY, Oct. conspiracy trial was continued to-day. Two wit- nesses testified they were present at the tune the explosion occurred at the rent office of Mrs. Smith Barry, in September, 1889, when the building was set fire and was destroyed, with all the private papers it con- tained. There was a crowd at the fire, but they refused absolutely to lend assistance in quenching the flames. Cuban Ueetluc. By Cable and Associated Press.] HAVANA, Oct. meeting was called by the Board of Planters yester- day to consider the tariff question, and attended by the wealthiest plant- ers of Cuba. They decided in favor of reciprocity with America and a re- vocation of the- law of mercantile relations with Spain. Money Will Be timeless. By Cable and Associated Press.] SYDNEY, Oct. the labor leader, has cabled Burns in London that money from England will be useless to prevent a failure' ol the strike. Mhonlcl He By Associated Press SAN FRANCihco, Oct. R. R. Thomas, Captain Coulson of New York, and the Alexander McCul- lum, Captain O'Brien, from Baltimore, arrived here to-day with scurvey on board. There were four cases on the Thomas iiud seven on the MeCnllum. The sailors on the McCullum were in horrible condition, their bodies being covered with running sores. Their gums were black and swollen and hid their teeth. The men said that during the 154 days' passage they hud not tasted vegetables of any soit, and the meat given them was putrid. Thomas Hayes and James Masure had be- couie blind as a result of the disease. The quarantine officer will report the cases to the United States authorities. During the voyage Second Mate Kooper of the Thomas was lost over- hoard. ________ A Proposed Compromise. By Associated Press.] PITTSBURG, Oct. Brother- hood of Locomotive Engineers held a secret session this morning. It is offi- cially stated this afternoon that the engineers would not federate. The Grand officers will be instructed, how- ever, to confer with the officials of the Federation and report some method whereby the organizations may woik not only in harmony, but, if possible, in conjunction in the case of trouble. The officers wiil report at the next meeting. This action will be in the nature of a compromise between the older and younger A Funeral Train. Dy Associated PuThUUKa, Oct. ttain bear- ing the remains of Justice Miller ar- rived en route to Keolcuk, Iowa, at 9 and after a brief stop, proceeded westward, and will reach Keokuk to- morrovr iiiornicg. Bar silver, 09. KURMSIUNG GOODS, HATS AND SHOES. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. -MY STOCK OK- A Michigan Central Jtailronti Km ploye Wins Ills Case After Mcven Years Content. While employed agent of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, at Agueta, Mich., my kidneys became diseased, mid from an Impovlehod and Impure statn of tlie blood, my general health was ontirtly undermined. I consulted the leading phy- slclons or this citj and Ann Arbor, and nil pronounced my case Brlght's disease. In October last I began taking Hlbbnrd'B Rheumatic Syrup, and am to-day a well man. It affords mo pleasure to render suffering humanity any good that I can, and I wish to say that I think It la the best blood, kidney and liver medicine In the world. K. IyARZii.BUB, agent M. C It. 11., Albion, Mich. Sold by 8. J. irodfcklnaon. Prepared only by the Wright Jledlciuo Company, Detroit, Mich.__________________ We find St. Piuric's Pills to bo very extra and to glvo splendid satisfaction. They are DOW about the only kind called A. WALLACE, For sale by Shoemaker Co., drug- gist. ________________ For sick headache, female (roubles, neuralgic pains in the luad'tako Dr. J. II. McLeans Little liver and kiddcy Pillcts. 25 cents a vial. 1IO11.V Carson City, Nov., October 15, 1890, to the wife of P. J Kilday, a daughter. Virginia City, Nev October 9, (890, to the wife of Henry Dube, n sou. Virginia City, Nev., October 15, 1890, to the wife of Charles J Harrington, a sou. MLIKKIBU. Hawthorne, Nevada, October 8, 1890, Adolph I.onga- baughand Mrs. E. Barlow. Hawthorne, Nev., October 12, 1890, Joseph Hoopes and Miws Bessie Jolly. HuinbohU, Nev., October 15, 1890, W. R. Cappel aud Miss Alice O'Neil. Virginia Cily, Nev., October 12, 1890, William Henry, infant sou of Charles and Maiy 3 months Reno, Nevada, October 17, 1890. C. W. Welltnan, native of Kentucky, aged 71 years. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. Or. Successor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest noticp. Lager Beer of the best quality always on band. Orders from tho country receive prompt attention. Commercial Kow. Keuo, Nevada. ___________Jyl-2tf Notice. A presentatsve of the Kational Institute of 319 Bush Street, San Francisco, Intends to vrsit the Golden Eagle Hotel, Reno, Oct aist and and the Ormsby House, Carson City, Oct. 23d. This Institute is specially devoted to the treatment of curvature of the spine, disease ot the hip and knee joint, crooked limbs, club feet and all bodily deformities. Their success 'n treating these troubles, as well as all chronic diseases, has made for the Institute an established reputation. All persons who are suffering from any of these complaints, should not (ail to taki advantage of this opportunity fot relief. Reference may be had to the following residents' W. Sanders, Reno. A. H. Barnes, Golden Eagle Hotel Reno. B. P. Robb, Rene. A. J. Smith, Reno. Mrs. Julia McQuarters, Carson City. Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc WJ. CARRIES TJIH IlKST class of goods to be found on the coast. Agent for Studebaker's Fine whfth cannot be excelled; agent for Road Carts and best; also agent for the U. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada. J- X-TTIECE. 9-2 For the Full and Winter lit now complete, consietlnKOf tho Finest and Me- dium Grades ol Men's and Boy's Gbthinjr, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kerseys. A largo assortment of Men's and Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A line lino of Men's and Hoys' Wool irncl Cotton Socles1 Largest and best lino of PHLA.TS CA.PS In tho Stnlo, also a full lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of MenV and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves la tho State, a full liuo of Wool-Lined Cloven and Milts. Fiunsl Line of Neckwear id Haiolercliiels -------ALWAYS ON HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES -IN ENDLESS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We bavo the finest usportmont in all grades, run- ning in prico from. upwards. to McBHuro on Hliortewt JVoliec, oim try Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUll........ GREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry Oloftks Prices Lower than Ever. Republican Meetiis. Campaign of 1890. HOX. K. K. COLCOHD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. FRANCIS G. NEWLAXDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EGAN, Candidate {for State Treasurer, and HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Will address the people of Nex-ada on the po htical issues ot the campaign as follows Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. Candelarla.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 0 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 9 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Ocl. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winnemucca........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 18 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko.....................Thursday, Oct. 23 TuBcarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 TRUCKEE jvery aod Feed RE17O, NEVADA' T. K. HYMBRS..........Proprietor FIRST-CLASS TURNOUTS AND FINEST saddle Careful attention given tiancicnt stock. Boarders carefully looked alter. octiU C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BRRR BERRY MACOYICH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers m----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist: anil: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ol' ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCKRIbS. Commercial Row, Reoo, Nevada, County Committees in the several counties will please make the necessary arrangements for the meetings. K. STROTHER. Chairman. P. C. LORD, Secretary. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DKPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-clam turnouts at reasonable Trmnnlcnt Mtoek Careftllf tor. A Ploacaat Room, R ROOMS I'OR RENT, NEAR TUB bricic school house. Inquire of A. O. Poi ter, OAZETTB office, for particulars. O JEWS PA PER I NFWSPAPFR!   

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