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OtiDKN DAILY COMMKHCIAf.: Tl A VH AMI A NllSAMU & jt;-r- s triple LL.uwnii.p. Eeoaa-- t El.-'Ut- f TLfktrop ' liaa. Pick For t-- ro Lsru ia ycAT Lack A Milk. lit ifL Las al ran cp hl Fourth stwt. aiuel a Jr-- ..,. J ork j own lank twJ anl Lai vA lu-- g fur t Lack jtlt.'u p 4jo about to eoinjoer, Li fciuw Unlay w.juJI nt on tL Ik'tvr of tL btUh UmrJ'g tLe L:' U,k. At lL weekly Luul it will be dttiicj wLrtl-- r Le iuay DomaJic proclivities iep cp orLiswhether in the future Le i to be chained t-- a rin? in the area eu;5. Joi ko fa the turnkey of Joeef Hul-msns in tUa whodoe a Lri-- Icb:Vis witU Li ik-v- nnj-tiii- i- -t n, bui-ine- baeuieiit at 37 Eat Fourth fctrt. A tea caj'tain, who had come Louie troni Toyas to Sooth America for coeoannu, lrought back Jocko with him, nd kvi the ajiim&l to Mr. HoSTiaana. If Jocko L4 stack Lis long, sharp chtwa into Mr. UoSfimui'a hf&rt Lb coulJu't Lave ecure.l deeper hold on that jiortion of the lat-teariatuny titan he did on the. f.it of day Lis intitallinent in the basement r'i in Eart Fourth street Lours which have Every passed since then have only BvJJered wore firmly the tie bet ween the monkey and Lis master. Bo fund, indeed, has Lis owner become of the curious little animal that he has never had the heart to correct him in any way. The result was the usual one, Jocko was spoiled. twenty-fou- r JOCKO AND TOE CLOTHESIJNK. Bo one day, as Jocko was sitting ruminating in the back yard, with a leg swung about the trellis and Lis tail wound around the praps vine, he spied Sirs. KauTman, of the third floor, back, hanging her washing out to dry. Mrs. Kaufman closed the window, leaving her linen, which she had got up at 6 o'clock to Wanti, hanging in the tmn. Jocko waited a whole minute after he heard the sash bang. Then, with a catlike movement, he gained the top of the high back fence, scampered up the fire escape of an adjoining building, made a well calculated leap of three feet and landed on the nearest point of vantage f the taut ropes of Airs. Kaufman's clothesline. Like a tightrope walker, Jocko tripped along the line. He put np one paw to his whinker, just aa the real performer does when he smirks and throws the inimitable kiss to the audience. Then Jocko began Lis aerial feats in earnest. When Mrs. Kanfman went to haul in her lines that evening she stood as one Her stockings strewed the amazed. ground below like the fallen leaves of Vallambrosa. Her tablecloths and sheets, where they were not torn in plw'ea, were tracked in a pattern in which the chief figure was the imprint of a mnddy paw, Some of her linen was actually missing. Mrs. Kaufman had to get up eariy the next morning again, pull out her thread and needle, and, after mending for almost an hour, do her whole wash over. But Jocko never ran amuck among Mrs. Kaufman's wash any more. Ho had experienced a new sensation, and having once satisfied himself with that he began to cast about for fresh fields and pastures new. Of course, if Le wanted to make use of Mrs. Kaufman's or any other person's convenient lines, Jocko never hesitated to use them as a public thoroughfare. But as a diversion, clotheslines had lost their seductive charms for the monkey. THE HATTER PROTESTS. So while looking about another morn- ing for something "new and strange" he clambered up on to the roof of the extension built out from a hat store on the Bowery. The skylight was open and Jocko began dropping odd bits which he picked up off the roof down into the room below. His Simian Majesty was scared away. Then Jocko's instinctive feeling of dislike for tSs Hyinan family asserted itself. The next day and the next Jocko quietly perched himself on the rim of the skylight over the extension of the hatter and began picking away the pntty about the panes. But Jocko had not progressed far in his operations before he was found out Then Mr. Hyman's patience gave out, for he saw Lis living apartments threatened with a leak. He was not as complacent as Lis neighbor, Mrs. Kaufman, who satisfied her grievance by Bhouting out vengeance from her back windows upon the monkey. The latter went right down to the board of health and lodged a complaint against Mr. Hoffmaun's pet. , One of Jocko's tricks is to go out early in the morning and steal the pennies which are placed in milk pitchers, and another is to gather up letters which the postman leaves under the basement gates near the monkey's home.,. Whether he views the Italian at the corner with hatred or as a natural friend it is impossible to say, but sure it is that when Jocko wants a peanut or a fig he makes no scruple of bagging one from the stand. Another one of Jocko's cunning ways is to stick his snout into any inviting bottle of milk or dish of pudding that is set out of a back window to cool, and then make his escape with his stomach fuli of the delicacy. Pending the result of the inquiry Mr. Hoffmann is a little anxious for fear the Lealth board inay compel him to imprison his dear Jocko. But Jocko runs about as usual with no fear for consequences at all. One shake of his right paw against his left whisker "fixed" the sanitary insjiector. And if that was not eufliciont Jocko knows Enough to question the right of the health board to interfere in his case at all. New York World. Echo Answers, "Where?" "Mother, don't the angels wear any clothes-- '"No, darling," "Then where do they put their J udv. T. lalkmiTiBstCo. 5ote. lifidertairt' Initio of ?LL'. b oct.Lued f.r Pre:. TT S. M. tr Lnrr pills ((: ).' iM-r- s. rrv'i.!i.'.! Work. t'r, I'w.iiini f r .is, n.eti. wcnuen, tLi time cf year the firuw boy ciiiiib oct if beJ at 4 o'd jck iu !Le till 8 at ni,;Lt, while nieniicg and tLe pjrtdiigcs till 8 in the morning, tif-and afier Le L.s fcipjJ rises Lk eSfe lulls back in Li etu 'y chair, clue Lk eye and think up oome veraec about the beauty of a earing kauru. Abct oenta. tsan.pl frvm WiMluUi'tf I WL-rk- n Old politicians will not fur a ni'naent concede that the Farmer Alliance can succeed in electing the next preiaj-nuc&nlid.Ue, But they do concede the of the Alliance beiuy able to fplit the parties feo that the election of president will be thr ivrn into the hou.ss In tliat ca.se we of rejreentatives. should Lave a Democratic president in This possibility mke the prospective cainpniga of l'Ji an unusually momentoo and iutTetiijg one. The last presidential election by the houe wuca of representative was in John Quincy Adams was chosen. al lJi at iL A- - . Waiief. C. C loir ( t Irani 1 f.. U- - i- -i cifc-b- Fill, O. E. fre-!- I I j Try it. iinney to Dau! tl IHliJ Lne. Mafe'iiinofct IIUELII I Ubl i J. and Vi;rier Wpiinf cars.eUi.-;- ' ' Pullman aijdNorth-Wetlerdiciicarm, fre recliDinii chair vhth, liundnninf day eache and oaufurtable Pullman joion-tt- l n STATE ilac. r ia f 'e !1 IV I lv HA I i I IilV t r oer Oflw. r" V tKi,-- L.mi.l. lni., P. U. nitaira. 0(tJn. Ltub. A grove of ten acres will furnish nil the posts, poles ami fuel ronuired ou a HiU acre farm, aud then it will hardly be thinned fast enough to give surtieicnt room for good growth. This ten acres will become more valuable from year to years will year, aud at the end of twenty-fiv- e be worth more than any thirty acres of farming laud on the farm. This I know to bo the case, as here lu Washington county we Lav groves all the way from one year to thirty-tlv- o years of at;e, and the above statement in the universal feeling of well to do farmers. Of the kind of trees to be planted an experienced arboriculturist writes: To intending timler planters it may bo of Interest to know that locust trees uiou the ground of the Ohio State university averaged at ten years old 25 feet In height and 5 Inches iu diameter 3 feet alxive the ground. trees averaged a trifle over 'M feet, ia height aud 4H inches in diameter. Cnttdpt trees, the tamo ago as the locust, averaged about 5 feet less iu height and 1 inch les in diameter of trunk. The locust trees have been badly hurt by borers, but the catalpa thus far has beeu free from borers or other enemies, aud la regarded as one of tho most valuable trees for general pluming. The catalpa is one of the most beautiful tree thak aver new. ton. Kight-year-o- ld 2404 Washington Avenue, CONVEYANCING 0den, 571 425 450 375 300 50 100 500 3 51 CLASS. Deed Ileal Est ateMort'ge,shortf'rm Option Contract. Lease. Bond for Deed Discharge of Mortgage Trust Deed Assignment of Mortgage.... Bill of Sale Quit-clai- No. PRORATE COUKT 1 125 3(K) 376 501 502 379 475 47ti 7(5 377 78 2 572 dministrator's Bond Executors' Bond Letters of Guardianship Order Appointing Hearing.. . Testimony of .Testimony of Applicant Order appointing Aim'r. .. co.mmissionkr's court blanks. Summons Sheriff's Sale Constable's Side Order for Deft to appear and show cause Citation for Garnishee Affidavit for Citation for Garnishee Writ of Execution . DISTRICT COURT Justice of the Peace William (i, Kawson, Constable James H. Taylor. BLANKS. A A PI.VIN CITT PRECINCT. Justice of the Josiah Ih first Nations A A CI.NTAH 377 lit irr tnum Ui LLH" Paul St. & - Stm Cant and Turn In the World. hlrriif; liun A. COITIXGIIAM, "PHYSICIAN AND EVERYTHING SPECIALIST. FIRST-CLASS- . 101 S. Main CIVIL ENGINEERS. c. a. Trail. 'I'USH further information as to Kates of Kara will be cheerfully furnished by ALEX MITCHELL. Commercial Agent. T. F. POWELL, Traveling Atconf. Any etc, R w rAElg- - THE Salt Street, OGDEN TRUNK ke City FACTORY FAR1S, CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. Plans, stiecitlcat ions and estimate prepared anil work siH'rinti'ncl.l. Jlaps, plais, tracunrs, blue prints, etc., etc., exicutcil ou short iiofice. HiHims 3 ami 4. 1'nion block. Ko. Fourth Street, Oir.len. Utah. 952 Twenty MARKETS. ROBERT BROGELMAX (Successor to Friti A lliofrelmau) orriioGo Sausage Works! Foot of Twentieth St. City Office at Cream Ciry Meat Market, 25th St. CHjUEN, UTAH. MAKING OF ALL KINDS OF SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY. A. E. Wetherbs. L. B. Balch Manufactures tlie Best Trunks. Repairing promptly attended to. Old Trunks Taken iu Orders called for and Delivered to Exchange. all parts or the city. KLINE A OPPMAN, No. 2711 Twenty-fift- PRINTING INKS Boston Meat Market. SO II I I I I t"' ,s ' I' lmrtiii,wlll U Li lj'""'r A 1 2 KaVT.iX. KINDS OFOS Frosli Moats, Fish, Tonltry and Game in Season. Orders taken at your door, and goods deliv-r.".lf city. PKOMl'T Our Meat rhjlA is a Market on specialty. VaBou wheels which calls at your house so that, you may select your own Roods. It runs north of 23d St. on Washington 1.2311 AVashirvgton B 8 "'rlj- M,K1 t rtM '"'Tk- to briHT inllli(inii pi rxin of Hlhi r ,Mr1 ntc, and uho. nfl'1 work ii,(li!.!rioul, euro 'r!,oH-lThmiMxnJ flollarx 'a h. r. v.. th.v llv. lprinthftrow-- to. mi!i.-..i.w in -the iliiiliol;Dr'mi.lorii'ii.t iM1 ,.u,,n ram h.ni.r. atni.unt No monry for mnim,,. .... r.c , ,h,.vr. ;.n.I .juivkiy ,,. t I r.i n ni.in. i have alm.Iy In.itli ,ml .,r.,r,dr.l itli nirnl lam kluir ovpr :ieee a t u, ,t i, , imnitur, vh.im!,i.FJ'11 P K !; t:. Ad'.ln-,- . , one., "g" J'yj l V'1 Ayenue and tho Bench. Tel. To. St. h ! To Printers and Publishers: The ( 'o.m m rrcial PriiLiSHiNC, CciKFANt is a laino and sclwt stock of Standard, carrying Fine and Superfine News, Poster and Job kiks. Boiler and Tablet-in- g SijTes and Varnishos also kept Composition. in stock. Those in need o inkt will do we" to buvof Tup ritM(?l?rT at (v i'v (Hilr.4o Kf ,. . . Mntne. 4rv. Ave. Carver. B. Wedding Goods, PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Timothy Kcn.Ull. Constable Uyron L. Pyiioc, EANF.SVILLE Obtain fluents, CaTenla, , PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace W. 1. Crandall. Constable tieorge H. Maycock. A A It roadway, INVITATIONS, PKEASAXT VIEW PRECINCT. TradeA ten Jru. .ipyriL-iiiB- Justice of the Peace Constahle Wilson Poulter. Viisiow lurk. SLATER ttLLE PRE'INCT. Justice of tho PenceTames Hutchins. Constable John J. llntcliins. A A MARRIOTT PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Simon F. Halvereon, Constable Caleb Parry. & Programmes LYNNE PRECINCT. A Justice of the Peace Peter L, Sherner. Constablo James Harrop. A IS Visiting If or Justice of the Peace P. P. Bingham. Constable Daniel N. Drake. A WEST WEBER PRECINCT. A Justice of the Peace J. V. Hurt. Constablo Jo6eoh Hogpe. ?s CARDS Justice of the Peace James Johnson. Constahle Francis M. Helnap. 23C0 Commercial rublislilng Co., 2101 limit iTH'onveiiieiicc Of A I,LIK!HS1ST.- . New yoit, Crescent Novelty H(X)PER PRKCINCT. A A A hours UnnnrrhiKa ami jntiii jig uniiiiryui N e...i,it;p, WILSON PRECINCT. MINING BLANKS. MISCELLANEOUS mud the ouly Hup ru tilling Stliii Vt'hnld. Jii'iitoti and Kh-ct- i i(lilttvi 1 rhin Daily The Fimht with (reneral practice, irive ai'ntiimio liisotu-e- s female ibseases of the et,ito (irtrans, iliseaes of tlx rectum, vii.: Piles, tistula, fissure ami ulceration ; iliTaMw ,f the ear. niiw, tliroat an. I client. ( onMiltation free. Office urer I'ostotlici. Tcle.Uone Justice of the Penre- - Richard Dye. Constable John Parker. A 10 325 Mining Deed 350 Notice of Location of Claim. 400 Proof of Labor 401 Power of Att'y to Locate and Sell wetL RIVERDALE PRECINXT. A BLANKS. Affidavit for Claim and Delivery personal property 525 Undertaking on Claiffi and Delivery of personal property 52G Undertaking for Return to Deft, Claim and Delhery personal property 77 Complaint on Claim and Delivery personal property.... H ! I. KAIL WAV , M aiul SJ, Peace-Const- able A AimIIu, In coiiueotiou ETKN PRECINCT. B. Frorer. BAERTSVILLE PRECINCT. i w1"' Milwaukee B. W. 8MITU. PHYSjCIANS AJDSURGEONS. rp Jnstice of the Pearty- - E. Constable Jolin (iould. PBKCISCT. uti X. I r THIi CHICAGO OODEN PBUINCT. OC.DEN (Hbetl "flHCACO SHOUT areune, tho PpHre It, Ternea. i Ford, NORTH m, t.t Attn of Ma,'iittxo4ut Jo, Peery Justice of the Peace .lames Storey. Constable James Deanier. b M. 'kHi. SMITH Oflco, n Pank builiiiuk'. Jnstiee of the Ponce Annua McKay. Constable (ieorse E. Ferriu. A A A A B C A A ti.i m 2 ATTORNEEYS-AT-LAW- HCNTSVILLE PRECINCT. A kk. CHI, CM1TU it SMITH, THIRD OGOEN PRF.C1NCT. Warranty Deed, short form . . A Warrantv Deed, long form ... A Ih- - r:. tfV Twent) fourth street. OKJen, Ctah. 3P ANHPftPO Jnftticx of the Peace- - A. Perriu, y. O. yntlivnn. ('ouBtalile POCRTff OODKN rRFHSCT Justice of the Poarfi Val Giueon. Conttable li. E. Steel. BLANKS. NO. 570 Constable-I'lj- Dtah J. Ft Dr. PerrA. JN.jourtiiiiK ATTORN Office, PRECINCT OKFTCKIta FniST OOPEN PRECINCT. Justice i. f th Penrn E. A. McDauiel. Conntablo E. A. Koch. SECOND C. 'il.i;rp-'iii- , l.ia.ii.i ttviu rn;. k. s.a, n atmua. lifti'l.rs cr brtli) uitr..i. lV J. Mrideut. l'ti S. .l. lilKKTl. 01. f,n f HKYWIIOD, Y r Jnwt.irft of r i.u Iw. A 11IH 1111 M. ALLISON A0R , CO,, ITAH. weiity-foiin- Office, CI--ICIA- L riTillSlllXG E. CdL'R DE LION LODGE, ACOB S, BOKEMaN, i THE COMRCLVL W". h.a r. I i tah Xatioeal Ktik. iv.rner of and 1 tret, V avi.imrton avt-uu- e , I tau. CAPITAL, AND FOR BALK BT H. u,'.a. ATTORN Uitd.-n- J td 6 jf!-- JAMI S K. KIUF4IX. INS' BANK PUBLISHED Tifi'iij Mi. 'LLl t box no. Vico-Pro- Tree Planting Time. Many country and suburban citizens will doubtless get the tree planting fit on them this spring and set out a number of fine young sprouts, and then go off with a feeling of true virtue and leave the poor things to die, never thinking of them again. But if these rural and suburban citizens only could have impressed on them the good they might do by watching a tree and seeing that it did not die, .perhaps the fit of virtue would last them till it grew beyond the need of their fostering care. At every home where the grounds are large enough to justify it a thick grove of evergreens ought to be planted ou the north and northwest side of the house as a protection against northwest winds and blizzards. It will make a difference of several degrees in the warmth of the bouse and grounds inclosed by it. And now is the time to plant. If there is room enough, a row of fine young trees will make a most effective and artistic as well as valuable line of fence posts. They will never rot down and the neighbors will never steal them for firewood. A correspondent of the Nebraska Farmer writes of the profit of tree planting. Purely from the money view his statements are worth considering. He says: 7 i!M.d I , LEGAL BLANKS I ati fcirity nil.!! l,i it nwetingc n KnU'iitK of P tl i lwii.n t..uc li tiiwt, bull b.u r Standard i.jtr in at Lilt al - u rliarp. uuu. f .nhrr uu. it.tf, timr ni.-- t ti.'nt t.t C. H. ne.n,-l- ! A 3..I , l friii i --limnh lre.-t- , Ly i.u. L UU. ffir 8'irveyor Superintendent of Llistript Soools f W. Fu.tr. RICHARD A1TCRN PraMio in tb District Court and to urt. Peiinivl atititioij MIOM . ti, iEDVK MAS CF tT. (iKOhi Srtac. WHITE. K. devis-ing'origin-al y LL m( at liuv.i J The wr B.IXK, To all members of Union GVi Carjen-ter- s and Joiners of Atiienca and to the OG DEN, UTAH. Ttits union in regular eenwon public There is room now for some artists to on Thursday nurLt, April 'Si, bdopted make both fame and fortune by the fwl lowing resulutiou regarding the Capital Tai l in, - Si 25.000. stamps for the standard sil- season's ofHTftt ions: - - - "i-j0ver dollar and other silver coins. The i; sulrtil. That owirff to the present Surpluji, in we trade the IjuildiiiK director of the mint g;ecine8 in Lis cir- depretion clianife article 1 of our deiuands H.r. KKiKI OW, cular that he wants new designs for the hereby "Tho miniby tanking out the chiin-e- , JOllS A. Ui I.E. Vir lriileut 1k to for wit: both tiliHll coins, A. of (fd.CO P. LloKLOW. mum rule er following Designs wages side of the standard silver dollar, or day," &j that it i.ow reads, "That on fciui buzzard dollar, and a new obverse, or after tlj lst duy of May, lKil, nine Intrt Paid ou Time ami Knviug D'iiorit, hours for live las in the wet khiul face, for the half dollar, quarter and ei;ht Lours on Katurday constitute dime. The reverse, or back, of the sub- a tiiiy'e work." BAXK Uimilvtil, Also that we strike out the UTAH sidiary coins uamed will not be changed. of article 4. Li k Cruris, whole It is to be hoped some of our own native Chairninn of Executive Comtuittee. American artists will m able to furnish Ugilni, Utah. MumcuI it nd l.iuiary. the designs that are finally accepted. If As there has ben'ii much call for the not, then it will show there U cousider Unitftl States Depository. able humbug about American high art repetition of "Tlie Cradle Soiigs," the Methodist ladies have decided to give . a muHcul aiul literaiy entertainment 100,MMI, CAPITAL., . The Iay of Ilcsu includii g tliem in t lie ot the . . . In an altogether different way from church Tupfilny HtTi5PL.t'H, irms.ooo evening April 'J8. that for which the advocates of the Ioterwt Paid on Tint IVMit, " Christian Sabbath have wrought so oiiyi All perwins indebted to F. II. Lasher long, the attainment of their wishes J. E. Duolt, Pr ciifpiit. are hcrebj notified that us amignee.of L. B. V. N. Hnn.i.iNO. Beems at Land. In Europe so powerful AnM. paid F. li. Tjislier all awounts, notes and Vir Powidout, 'ahior. a current has set in the direction of the debt? due him are in my hands for colcessation of labor ou Sunday that gov- lection, Aud you are hereby notified to W. Wtt. V. Hsi rFicn, tiR. street and ernment acion has been taken in its call at No. lH't Twenty-fourtPreoi.lont. (.'achior. same settle nt Theo. onc. and Mn!iaer. Kobiwjn, favor iu Germany and Hungary. In GfcORi;RPi!Ot.'ti--iTAssignee. France, long called the most "godless" 1 in in the sentiment A civilization, ISut country ioiia Event. government circles is strongly in favor The holding of the World's Fair in a of a day of rest ouce a week, but city scarcely fifty years old will be a re whether Sunday shall be officially desig- uiarkable event, but whether it will OFOGDfU fJTAII. nated as that day is not settled. The really benefit tins nation as much as the of the Keetorative N'evine, by fear of appearing to make a concession discovery Dr. Franklin Miles is doubtful. This is . 200,000. to sectarian religious sentiment restrains just what the American people need to such denignU' u. cure the excessive nervousnesp, dvPiep8iu UIUEtTUHS: Noticea ie ii this agitation is the fact headache, di.zineso, (sleeplessness, Wbitpd W. (Virny, H. A.WpIls, PifliixyStoTPin that the promoters of the weekly day of neuralgia, ofnervous debility, dullness, Tlios. '. E. WurtoJn.ll. H. CnliiMin. mind etc. It ads like a Sfiirpr, 'J rest in Europe aru particular to empha- confuuion Aii. Kulm. cliriii)iin. charm. Triiil Ixittlo and tine bock on S. size the fa t th is ic is in no sense set "Nervous and Heart Diseases," with testimonials, free at H. A. apart for religion i observances, but is a DIRECTORY. concession to the boring people's cause. Walker's. It is warranted tocontain no or uiornhine dangerous drugs. BKHCOCNTT OFFICERS. The prognf? ;' enlightenment for the opium, Prfibs Juiliff- - A. ('. Hislinp. human rr ' developed the fact that liown ti.itO tonj Sclnrtmoij Lcwif W SlmrtlkT, Jnhn Pinenck, one day t f v";t and recreation in the nd bnlnnce on time buvs a etoek of Friil Clrrk-J. P. I.fiiiwiiWn. week is essential to man. Sunday is fancy groceries, con feet ionory and frnit Kooortior- - Joiiii J. Tyirtr.' For furAsssor Eilwin Iix. more convenient than any other for that stand. Must be Rold at once. A. Htylft, call at Major's drug ther Trasnirlolin t'olkx-to,lohu V. Hluth, day in consequence of its traditional store,particulars No. lOo Twenty-fift- h street. K. Ropci-s- . ArtcrtMyL. observance, therefore Sunday is chosen. t ciiiWt R. Hiluap. A'lcu. . But it is only to be a holiday. 'nmpr Mnriial H. V. Faris. B. U. W. OfiUKN", t.mi t'4iuit. UGDEX .Nolle. 0. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kmen.l-- fcieepers. t. Bli, Ll. Justice buf'fvifi t oiirt. UAl M1LLAN. LONAhli Wi H. O. Furlcm,' i el !:.,- I iJ o, V. kruatnug, T. A. V us'- - it. 11. !,'-- hu;ut.-- f , t. . I k--i ' T L kiCBLta, t MLUTOKS: Puil-tna- n r . bnKijer. cuf.lialiy Jld'i.fa Ms, l iillvi'.ri un!us J.O. J, E NO. S. A. LAWYERS. I , P. Br:ii, p,. T. P. J?rr.i tf ix-- r Mi-- O. r Pas-rj;edettinej to the prominent citie tvitt tf thr Mitouri river 6l,uiil i hLroi.ie tlj CLicajjcs l"mtn Paeiliv A North-Werter- n v t(0 O. WUE1LHB J (Kil)KX, ITAIL tTZ Blios. it. i a. .11. K. T. ARCHITECTS, - J lUMAM-tiiV- j.'l-iloM- E teeitial National M, Money to loan on Dianiocds, Watcl.wi, Jewelry, etc L'nrtxWmud pitvjfw for sale cheap. anJ C Taetty rfth bt H SECRET SOCIETIES. tf the fn t t. C. Jlki t just tjr.r rrtirii, and )ou'wi'.l deut'LuJ aith a jft, auiooth kitu mid Ji A. c . lfc-- " DAi. C. Y. LAVfiKtT. w t it. . an 1 rlJ--- JC. ilii. M. J. If. i t rcn healstcms and ko.nuxlnts hfi Mt, EJ''BtKI. J. prertnL'g rt;tijT Landd. it tai A' 4 JJtXXKATK'N i..i.ir-!.- te and flejant fcnd Is a eraUK-al.i- CC.MP.ACTCr.S AND EU 'LEERS. OENEIIAL IJANKIXO. 3u1 ,ptoi. . liVtiT, . uv.i. M-- b..:I-j'fcr.- ttT f, t",: tL? Dr. . if.iJL afxkjtect and sitp.:.ntim:M. 800.000.00 12.OUU.UO - - Capital. t'.e & WHiTIttK, ITAIL IWDLLV, .. MAtOMC. i y Jil BUSINESS CARDS. AS. BAN atU' iucti 6ervcJ ittL rLt kt L'jL r, bow J jt k Labwa Biatk Li own ay ivjr yui in tLig Uct at k feajlifckt ftuM aju4 fete&l kuliul'l Fatty ( CU-- . tiior is an arch U iiicviiie t '.aL la :.J ai-of fT5,vAi a Uilr" erve ana yir i prei.boe Mfrom vrT. text, Bia6atl re tbe jff. Act on h in- - prifce-i-iLrtJ tim biahcf Peterb.'Tji!i fcail tLat U !ii-u Lcov-rjrLhw Sefiuoo ou tle M'.'nnt A rn cfcmi Piiia eiti!y cure out bjccty would tiJt hAl trtLiier Axiie Mr ! r.e-- fel-'t- c--f C:SF.tPJTE WITH THE JOCKO HEALTH EOAr.3. VO?.K NEW IN A it OLne to tuii ivdae t U in t.t where wotuea t.w ar tue in .t dc-- 1, 11. APRIL K-h- Wash. Ave. A ' Ms! Washington Avenue. Electric Wiring: and Electric Supplies of all Kinds BLANKS. Official Bond and Oath A Chattel Mortgage C 325 Marriage Certilicate A Promissory Notes, Books of 50 and 100. Receipts, Books of 50. Rent Iveceipts, Bonks of 100. Drafts, Books of 100. Other Blanks constantly being added to the above list. HI? ti is aetnowledpefl the leadlnir remedy fof 75 a (ionorrhc-1 OUlv A y lTnaDAis. I taM urdonlTltv ysgjm TheEvuhs&hem"-"- 1 ONCiHNTI,0 wc-A- -i C he (mtt, f. nmedo Rafe fn rpeitmmenillncr ! ft,a TdSS. SHI Whiten. Lnrorrhaor I ureacrilie it and feet BlrWlure. Locksmiths, Stencils Made, Kubber to order. 8tampa IRON FENCING. ; to all eufferern. A. J, bTONER, M. D, I'Watcr, ill. Bold by IrntrrliiUb Models and Experimental Machinery to Orderi All kinds of Novelty Repairing CRESCENT NOVELTY WORKS '