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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

BOYS WHO CARRY TRAYS TO Bt. "mar HAV[.B1CYCLLS INIS SUMMER Butte messenger boys will be equipped with bicycles this summer. That is the dictum of the management of the com panit- that run the messenger business in this city. The wheels wil be used by the boys as soon as they can practice up and be able to balance a tray on their heads as they ride along. Some of the boys are already expert at riding and can carry trays on a wheel with ease. A visit to the offices of the World Mes senger office on Main street and the A. D. T. on West Broadway convinced an Inter Mountain reporter that the ways of Butte mercuries who fly day and night on errands make an interesting study. We Have Thirty Boys at A. .D. T. "We have thirty boys in all," said Night Manager Pasen of the A. D. T. "Of those, twenty work during the day and the others at night. The boys aver age about 12 hours a shift. They are a bright lot of boys and while they are not exempt from the messenger's besetting sIn of laziness the...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

MTU 4 1 Chiago, April 11.-In the Santry-Tom my Sullivan contest at Apollo hall, Itef eree John Alclntyre decided it was "no contest." After about a minute and a thalf boxing in the third round Santry fell out of a clinch to the floor and Sul livan fell on top of him. Santry could not niist' au 14 the referee pllked him up and held Ii in while Sullivan tried to continue thi tight, but the referee pushed him an ay and called a halt.. Santry was unable to conliue, iaying Sullivan put his knee into the groin disabling him. A doctor found him injured at he ile Scrilhd. Santry had to be carried from the ring. Up to the time of the iiil dent Santry had all the ietter of the boxing and ats sltunming Sullivan around at a lively rate. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Helena, April IS.--K id i igtlsy, former lightweight chiauipl n of Iionii.tia. it spoiling for another bunt n itb .Jack 'Wade. "I have a forfeit of $1,000 in Itutti 2o1w,'" aibi the Kii yisitiriiay, "hut I Can't get Wade to 'ovde it....

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

ITN !_IfI MOU NTAIN'S ANCONDA ID !AITIIUIT GROUNDS READY ANAO0NDA GUN CLUB IN POSSES 510N 07 NEW QUARTEES. HAVE PLENTY OF GOOD TRAPS Five New Experts With Electric Pulls Added to the Layout of the Club -Horsemen Seek New Track. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 18.-The new shoot ing grounds of the Anaconda Gun club, in the center of race track west of the city will be in readiness for use the coming Sunday. Yesterday the club and trap houses were removed from the old location east of the city and placed in position on the new grounds. In addition to the old traps used, there will be on the new grounds five new ex pert traps with electric pulls, which is ah Improvement long wanted. The old traps 'will be arranged in such a manner as to be used for shooting at unknown angles, according to the trap shooters rules. Prior to this events of this kind have been pulled off from the regular traps, which is to some little disadvantage to shooters. The mango trap used by the club fo...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

NEWS O' MA STORIES OF: I& ML MO TA N A ADIII n IN STOCK ANO ifflAI R Ow1CT WILL SOON BEGIN STAMPEDERS ONLY WAITING FOR THE WORD "GO." RUSH WILL BE A GREAT ONE Storm of Humanity to See What the Much Advertised Thunder Moun tain Contains in the Way of Riches. A few weeks from now will see the real beginning of another remurkable min ing rush-that to the Thunder Mountain region in Idaho, says the Paclfle I Coast Miner. This is about all that ian le said with certainty about 'thunder Mountain at this time. Wild stories of the marvelous riches that flit the moun taint and canyons for 30 miles or so have been floating out over the snow and getting into the pap es under tig head lines, but these reports are vague ith conflicting and there is an allost coil plete lack of reliable Information ttbiut the resources of the distrcit. Wh Vtever the merits acid future, of the distriut, thy reports we are now readigK in the nlo a papers are groisly exaggerated beyiiii question. Thunder Mountain...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

B ;l' NT- MOUNT BT __1VTA VOL. XXII. No. 26 - BUTTE* MONTANA. SATIURD EVENING, APRIL 19, 1902.4 CE FIVE CENTS - orS 5p I CL . a\\[ ~,4~,To RA & 7* *...4 e* L616r tLOAD GOQD ThA STCE ORALI UTB THE ITER M A A T P S E H RO fECAUGHT BTS o T 0#DGoDfl A- H g SKETCHES IFROM REAL LIFE CAUGHT BY THE INTER MOUNTAIN ARTIST'S PEN, PR[SIDENI ROOSVE[IT PRfS[NT AT THE INSTALLATION Of DR. BUTLER EE IRCISES COMMRENCED WITH THE FOR]MAL RECEPTION -OTHER PRESIDENTS. LUNCHEON GIVEN BY COUNCIL Ceremony Took Place in Gymnasium Hall, Which Was Elaborately Dec orated for the Occasion-Many Thousands of People Thronged the University Grounds-Lord Kelvin, English Scientist, Present. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 19.--Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler was today installed as president of Columbia university in the presence of a large company of dis tinguished persons headed by the presi dent of the United States. Mr. Butler was graduated from Columbia in 1882. The exercices of the day were begun with a rec...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

OERMAN INVENTOR MtD IS ARRESTED OR BUROLARY AND OER OmrATING. ORMED AEROPLANE COMPANY Secured the Names of Clergymen and Other Inexperienced Persons and Sold Stock in His Company. (fly Assoclated Press.) Ilerlln, April 19.-Hermann (lanswlndt, whose so-called flying machine has at tract .d wide attention here and abroad, was arrested today for protracted decep tion, forgery and gulling the putllc into subscribing for shares of an aeroplane company. He obtained money in small nums from hundt eds of persons. (Ganswindt recently flooded the papers here with immense advertisements of flying machines con taining the indorsements of clergymen and other persons inexperienced in busi ness from till parts of Germany. It transpires that sonic of the noinos were forged, including the niime of Dluke Ernest Guenther of SchleIswig-IHolstein. Emperor William's bIrother-in-law. The police had long suspcted (Gans windt, and detectives had .ten working on the case for five mollnths. tie recently offer...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

Moatana's largest Orsery,April 19 Fruits and Vegetables The extra crowds, the extra stacks of everything good to eat, the extra bargains, all show that this is Saturday, as true as' the calendar does. Frults and Vstetabled Naval oranges, extra fancy, sweet juicy, dos..50c, 40c and..........25c Malta blood oranges, extra large, dozen ...........................30 Choice repacked apples, box $1.25, pound ............................ c Fancy lemons, dozen, 20c and..15c FRESH RHUBARB Three Pounds loc Fancy, crisp celery, large bunch today .............. ...... .... ... 5 Solid, bright radishes, large bunch, today .................... Sweet potatoes, three pounds...250 New potatoes, for cream sauce, pound ...........................10c Green cabbage, eight pounds...25c Parsley, spinish, asparagus, green onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, fresh chicory and red cabbage. Canned Vegetables Fine quality sugar corn, pens or Refugee string beans:; not the ordinary 10c kind, but real good quality; ass...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN IaeiUd Uvery rIaenltn. Stoept lunaay. INTER MOUNFAIN PUBLI3IINO CO Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 2C West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver -ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES,. Per year. by mall, in advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month................ .7 SATURDA', APRIL 19, 1902. Miles s s62 years of inge anl ought to have known better. Of course St. Louis will be obliged to postpone the World's Fair. St. Louis rarely does anything on time nlthough she hna a lot of Indictetd public offilciil. who are in a fair way to "do tilmel." David TBennett HIill's "get togth'r" spnec(h in New York senis to ha Ve' a contrary effect. It will take ,'revral iar monny Sl)pehs( to make [lthings entireily lihariilonious In the dei'lloc'ratih' partl'y. iT ox-dL'strict attorney of New Yor'k c a.:ag MrI'. Jier' tno, the presl'ent di.strlct attorney, with striving too mu('ch for political effc T ts. Th.i charge is J .iili' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

PIAN2LRI Does It brig eottg splea t In return tb variant the Itibet fnt? The piano)l will enable every owner of a piano to play upon his piano whenever he desires. Not only this, but every member of the family can also play upon it, not one or two pieces, but practically Avery composition ever written for the piano. Did you ever stop to consider bow much pleasure there is stored up in your piano, then count the number of times in a month it is used? It is worth thinking about. The pianola sup plies the deficiency. It makes no difference it you do not know ono note from another. Price $25o.oo May be bought on, installments. ViYstors welcome. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main 8treet Latest uine of Sporting Goods In the City, See Our Window Store Open Evenings Till I O'clock For News and Clgars, MontanaBookCo. W. H. KLEIN, Manager Corner Park and Academy Streets Base Ball Goods Masks and Mitts Balls and Bats Very Cheap. Complete Line. We have a few of those Wall Maps at $1.00. printed pric...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

DtAr CARULIE JON[S WINS ... L ' r., . IS BOOTY WITH. POWDLI "Now that 'Deaf' Charlie Jones I dead and is sleeping his last sleep in thi mrorgue at Sun Antonio, It is not beh'ay Ing the friendship that I confess I have ibad for him, to tell you that he was beyond a shadow of a doubt, one of thi (reat Northern train robbers that helt up the train at Wagner last July." Thlee were the words of a prominen tltlzen of Northelrn Montana who is wel known throughout the state, to an Inte: Mountain reporter this morning. "I met Jomi: in Gi'n·t Falls some time towards the end of May and about a mtonth after his leaving the penitentiary' He recognized me immediately. Yot can reve:al my identity so for as to sal that I was among the first to see hlin after he was brought in to I(clispell a the timl( of his capture for the Nsrtheri Pacifle robbery. "lWithont going into that affair an; furth',r, you i\!li remembrnlw that Jone: spent. n!lne y''"lrn lt the penittintiary it Pe,r r Lodige' fr his share...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

IZUUPIOI ROCK DRILLERN t ...ri, lI I IYTO SOUTH AFRICA Joe. reethy, champion rook-driller of Montana and one of the bhamnpiois of the world, left today foi South Airics. Before touching on the shores of Africa 1reethy will visit his relatives at the seene of his childhood home in Cornwall, England, and will then continue on his way to the Dark Continent. It yas as a double-hammer rock-driller that Freethy first made himself known to the Butte public. His favorite partner in these contests was J. Davey, a fellow Cornlshian of powerful physique. T'his team drilled together in many ebampionshlp contests and never met de.. feat but once. That was last fall in Leadville, Colo., when Butte's "Terrible Cornlshmen" were beaten by Malley and Chamberlain, the champions of Colorado. Hard XDuok in Leadville. On that occasion the Butte drillers had a streak of hard luck. The first night of the contest they 4rilled into an old hole in the block of muchly used granite. 'The judges gave them anothe...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

W ~t.r W\ h | W ':. Omie A . 1'r J ý ;I · .. ' ý ,, w c(, FORTUNE TO THE WINNER. r, 4, rc (fly Asoehlated PrI ss.) < SNew York, April Il.-Aninoune- c. (' ment is madl Iby the ('oney Island >, <., Jockey club that this year's fitur- ', fu' ity will ie worth $70,000. 4' It Is the most valuable race In "i, America. ()it Satur.ay, August 5i0, it will ho I' ,ld(ed and a fortune will be t a I:llldtl over to tihe winier. , 4 S \When the entry to this stake 0 c losed January 2, 1900, the c.lub 4' . had reoi\ved 1,242. nominations. 4' ' f (S this number 20. sulhsl'itulntly 4' '. hbeamr sVidti frontm va'rious' ciauses, ' " 419 were dec'laired olut on ilynlnllt 4 •". of $10, 62 at $20. 10 at $60 and 12 ' at $70, hla: vbilg 933 younIigst''rs 4. eli.gible. (fly Associlated Pe-ss.) Ncowa York, April 19.--Hobert Fitzsim mosI rec'ivedl 'the fotllowing telegrai from Jeffries in reply to his ml.cssage' f Thurl'sday l:ast: "Los Angeles, Cal., April 19, 1902. Iio!.cert FittshillltolnOs, care t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

'THEM INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANAcONDA'DE ArnTMrNT ALLEN COME[S OMI fOUVD PROMNPEMOUS CONDITIONI IN THE EAST. INQUIRY FOR MONTANA MINES TPhis State Looked Upon as a Favor, able Field for Investment-Visit to the Nation's Capitol Farmers Are Busy. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 19.-Wm. i. Allen the well known mining operator, re turned home last evening from an ex ,tended tour of the east, where he weni ;upon an important business errand He came home well pleased with th( ,results of his trip, and will, in a fen days, go out to his French gulch pro perties and prepare to open up thlu season's placer work and to push mort vigorously than ever on the gold quarts mine now under process of develop ment, and which promises to yield larg( returns before long. While away Mr. Allen stopped at Chi cage, Washington and New York, andl everywhere he found much interest taken in Montana mining enterprises and he was besieged on every hand with inquiries about the various camp: and the more ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

w s MA INES A MININSTORIES O0 CAMPS PRODUCERS ---------- i----~ ------------ ---I ONC[ A iOOD MINE TEN DOLLARS BID FOR THE RENA AT PUDLIC BALE. MACHINERY SOt.) FOR $265 It Will Be Used in the Development of Another Property in the Same Dis trioct. Prank Williams has bought the hoist ing machinery owned by the ltena Min ing company, paying $265 for it. It Is understood that Mr. Williams made the purchase for Thomas ifaw. The prop etty was sold for delinquent taxes at puiblic auction in Dillon, and Is to be moved to the G(olden Era, where it will be used in the development- of that property. At the time the mnehi:tlery was sold the mJne was also offered,. but there was only one bid--410-an4 the auctioneer decided to hold it for aI better price. The Rena was once qluite well thought of as a mine, hut in .Olne manner It lost its hold in the e.t irrnailon of the public. It ds lorated in the Argenta district. Of the properly the I)llhon Examiner says. 'The Itenac mine was the property of ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

, SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. " oo o o I IO_-_oo ooiN*oo oo ooo"o Helena, (Speclal to Inter Mountain.) Helena, "April 19.-Compllmentary - to Mrs. Bailey, who is visiting In Heleia., Mirs. E. A. Carleton gave a delightful. afternoon Wednesday at her home on Spruce street. Whist was played, which, together with conversation, passed an enjoyable afternoon. Mrs. H. 8. Hepner made the highest score and received the first prize, a large bunch of carnations. IMrs. Carl Rasch received the second prise, a pretty handkerchief. The con solation prize was won by Mrs. Little. Delicious refreshments were served about 4:30 o'clock. Those present were: Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. H. S. Hepner, Mrs. E. W4 Fiske, Mrs. Pickett, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Rusch, Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. John Horsky, Mrs. Flinn, Mrs. R]udolph Horsky, Mrs. J. . . Scott,. Mrs. Witmler, Mrs. Blaskstone, Mrs. Ivese Mrs. Hawkesworth, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Perrin. Mrs. Carleton was assisted In rechivlng by Misses Flinn, Miss Edith T'ibbets and M...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

Club Circles of Montana's Chief City NE would think that the biennial and the color line qnu 'pns were about exhausted as fruitful topics of conversation, but not so. It seems that many more women have decided to go to the biennial than were counted on and at the various club meetings they "rise for information," which is freely given. Butte may well be proud of her club women for so many of the represen tative ones are going that they cannt faill to make a most favorable impres sion at the biennial. Nearly all will go one way on the Oregon Short Line and the others on the Northern Pacific; going to Los Angeles on the former, and returning via the latter, because the former being a 33 hours shorter trip will land th .t their destination in good season, and coming back they will niot care ho the trip is. In Training for a Speech. Club women of Chicago are nothing if not thorough, and many, accord Ing to the club columns, have been taking a course in vocal culture at dra matic schools...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

fREAN ROOM IOSSIP FOR THEATER iOERS -Mm -HETEGER * OOXItNG ATMACTZOt . S- BSutton's 3roadway. * * April f4, 25 and IS-Al 0. Fleld4p * * Minstrels with Saturday mha * * tinee. * # April 27, 28 and 29-"Way Down * * East." * * * * Maguire's Grand Opera. * * Herr Bandmann's Stock Com . pany, Monday night. * 4€- -- + # UatLon ]amily Theater. * * Sunday-Barlow's Minstrels. 4 * Anaconda-Margaret' Theater. * * April 23--Field's Minstrels. * * April 25-"Way Down East." 4 * 4t B LANCHE WALSH made the 'mit take too often made by stars who have won their honors in one branch of the dramatic art by trying to Inake A hit in another, when she essayed "'.anice Meredith" and wasted the energy and marvelous emotional powers which have made her a name on the American stage on the emlpty soulless flirt of Paul Leicester Ford's novel. She redeemed herself, however, in the eyes of the Butte people with whom she has always been a great favorite in her magnificent work the following evening, when "La Madel...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

What Is Doing irn Gay Society M ANY of the devotees of the game of ping-pong assert that there Is much good to be derived from the game and t hot titis department never does anything but "make game" of the game. -Mo It is with joy the editor hastens to tell of an article pt Inted in the New Yo'k Journal in which the benefits of the little game are set forth. First, the Journal adnilte that it oInoks silly into see p1ole, whllo have pre sumablly reached the age of dlrisetlillon, with i'ctltuetls in their hands d'vr, tinp their tille and enlergiesl to Rrsending a. tiny c'-lluiuoii ball acik Itid forth iver a n(t. The Journal says onille flrm In J:ngtlnd Ianuflll acnure's r.ix t(ons f the ·celluloid anlls wteekly and that tens rof thousands if Iling-pong s.Hts art' ol dastlily, the nanttfnturers being unahli to su-itily the dea le's. All that this ldeplartnl'lnt hans rojintindeti in tllha It rilo':s a'way with int'illtgI'nt con'qVerioilihn, iprovidhed i~t-]]ligent ]peopilet ]laly, andl...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

MRS. W. B. HAMIITdON, Who Entertained at Luncheon Wednesday. SOCI ETY (Continued from Page Fourteen.) which flowers were arranged, cut glass vases holding roses and buds and cut glass bonabon trays filled with p;nK candles. Those at the table were: Mr. and Mrs. C'olton Rlchards, Mrs. Ross C'am eron, Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan, Mr. ailu Mrs. Tod Pettis, Mr. and Mrs. John stone and ('apt. F. T. Hawkins. --4. That Trustee Elecion. Eleven ,women ran against the 11 who were elected at the Woman's club trus tees' election Wednesday. Or rather eight did, four withdrawing. The others all wanted to be elected just as much as those who were. an I some tall electioneering was done. memiii hers even going to others during thb. preparing of ballot s andl persuadhing them to vote for this one and that one. The women who ran against the win ning ticket were: Mesdames J. W. Gunn, T. A. Grigg, Williams, J. H. Harper, Spencer Wortman, it. G. Young, So! Buckles, A. H. Jones, E. W. Shively, C. C. Ping...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 April 1902

Weekly Talk of Real Estate Circles and News of Deald in:City roperty DEEDS FILED DURING THE WEEK SATUI-DAY, APRIL 12. Henry A. Crnsby, trustee, to Enmanuel I. Gearing, $100; lots 25 and 26, block 11, Crosby addition. Andrew J. White it ux. to Dr. I)u oe, $126; lot 21, block 40, Valley addition. Mrs. Julia A. Beck to Mikkcl Knudscn, $100; lot 6, block 20, Pa'rk City addilion. Charles 1. Hlughes to Adla Stalder, $100; lots 4 and 5, block 7, ''rravona adldition. Mike Skantlr to Julia I. I'ally it i, $100; lot 1, block 11, Northern and t'nlIn hallrond acddition. Ephrnim 'lo'l,llsonl t ux. to I) hmutIn A. Mcl.regir, $100: lot IS, block 2, Ilpti nd dilton. Pat J. Culkltin tio Mrs. (lract (1. Ity ,klo, $2,100; lot 9, bloack 7, WV.lctom' Struai.r addition. MONDAY, AI'ItlL 14. J. A. Murray e t Ux. to Matt tKlohe, $1t:l; lot 4, block 6, .East Jlutti. addition. Jamnts (na\vut t t ix. to Chris lind-iir, $1,500); it 19, block 7, Northiern and aI'ion Rallroad No. 2. W. A. ('lark to IiEd. Mo, iy. ...

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