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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 October 1890

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Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 October 1890

8 AMONG THE MINERS. Colonel Markbam and Party in tie Mountains. lenda City crowded' With Visitors to Extend a Welcome. ■':.': Grand Demonstrations and Crowded Meet ings-Republican Convention and Rally at San Rafael. .'.-.' special to Tub Monxrxa Call. . ■ Nevada City, Oct. 7.— Colonel Mark ;;. . " ham's reception at Downievillp, while a 'i-j- i magnificent demonstration of Republican enthusiasm, has been faHy equated by that '•';'' tendered him by the citizens of this most ;v : . charming of mountain cities. It is a splen ;■-• ;■„': did tribute to his popularity, ami evidences stronger than any words the fact that the • :':•'" Republicans of the mining counties are fully as determined to win the coming fight as arc their neighbors of the valleys. The Colonel and party left Downicville at 7:30 (''clock this morning on their way back • '■" . to this place, aud the citizens of the former place turned out in force to bid farewell to the man who is to be the next Governor, and :• hundred...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

B"(t|:»n^ yOU have A good BUSINESS x XifflSr!^ ADVERTISE IN THE CALL X v 7 *P*T* IN^M?-«*£stf-«-AND1 N^M?-«*£5tf-«-AND KEEP IT>C^-«^< ► •'.■ » X Xj Daily Average of Want Ads Inserted in THE CALL, X V ' 1087. . I jpi»»» »:•■•>:•»:•:•:•:•:•:•:•>:•:•:•:•»>»" '^j' VOLUME LXVII-NO. 131. AN EVENTFUL DAY. The Chief Executive With His Old Army Comrades, Grand Reunion of the first Brigade of the Twentieth Corps. f Imposing Parade of Veterans and SchoaJ Children— Eloquent Speeches by the President. Fliecial to The ttOßXnra Call. Gai ksbtjbg (III.), Oct. B.— President Har rison arose early this morning, but he was not early enough to escape the thousands of eager Peorlana who had assembled around the hotel at which he stopped in that city. At 7 o'clock a band serenaded the President, and a few minutes later the Mayor and City Council, accompanied by the G. A. K. posts and a company of the Illinois National Guard, escorted the party to the train. The arch was a triumphal one, and...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

2 POTPOURRI OF POLITICS. The Struggle for the Nutri ment Contained in Pub lic Office, BEFUBLICAN MASS-MEETING. . M. M. Ester Analyzes Stephen M. White's Recent Speech. • Attempted Trick of the Democrats Relative to the School Board. Buckley Continues His Nomina tions for Judicial and Legisla tive Office— Not a Crack in the "Boss" Slate. -;■-' '"; AII publican mass-meeting was held in • . tlio new Wigwam last uigut, Charles X. Felton presiding. The assembly filled the larfie building to the doors. The following is the list of Vice-Presidents : VIC E-rBESIDEKTS. 3, M. Allen, P. L. Archibald, M. L. ■ Asiier, A. G. A bell, F. Arata. L.L. Baker, P. Beamish, T. 15. Bull. F. W. Belgrnno, H. C. Bunker, B. K. Bunker, Max Brooks, G. W. Beaver, W. 11. Brown, . ■ P. Baibieri, Otto Behan, Lyman Bridges, . Luke Battles, '<■ 11. Bradshaw, Alfred ' Homier, F. 11. Bauer, E. li. Barrett, G. 1 acigalupi- G. W. Collins, C. S. Ctittruden, James ■•='■ < "arr. J. 11. Culver. William Center, P. B. .....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

DOROTHY Q,'S LETTER. Notes About People and Events iv the Citj of New York. California Gills Who Wanted to Stnrt Hov.se kcrpicg on ths Ct-Operr.tive Plan. High Rents in the Empire City. Sfecif.l Corrcsponileiice to The Call. New York, Oct. 3.— The rambling of in numerable express wagons lull of big and little trunks; the rush of fall shoppers who have come home lrom their summer outings with gowns slightly faded and frayed; the influx of the beaumonde into New STork an 1 out again to their autumn haunt of pleasure — Tuxedo Park; the wide-awake army of buyers for the New York and Western dry goods houses,' who come In squads from r.broad two or three times a week, and, best of all, the gay autumn weather, with its in vigorating snap, all conspire to mako New York just at this time exhilarating and joy ous, livery one does m I feel hilarious, l;ow ever. He who is hunting a r. om wherein to snug himself for the winter, and she who is looking for a Hat, are hardly conscious ol the gayet...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

4 ;"'. •••. THE MORNING CALL - -• ■ " nog a larger circulation limn any other " .."..- newspaper imlii islMi! ■" Sin Francisco. %<'. ; . <V % : l "piTBlJ CATION OFFICE: • '■- ' ' ■ 815 Bontgoraerj street, near Clay, open nntil 11 „: ' ■•.. oopckr. M- BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market '■■*-.. ' iirrcl.nrar Kearny.oiien until 12 o'clock midnight: ■ ■ .-■ fit liMPs street, open until 9:30 o'deck: 60S '."• Lsikin reel, open until 8:30 o'lock, "til -51S •.- ' • , liissicn street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. Sir.S(I:IITI>)N KATES: -;" 1 •: : ■ ' rAHY<U! (luclnillns Sundays). $« per year br '- ' • Bail, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar inwitht!iro:i::u carriers. DAILY CALL, '■•■ ■ :'-. '•• rcr itstbree months. Sf(s . 5. SUNDAY CALL (twelve '= '■ , ' ;■• IB£cs\ 41 50 per yew, postpaid. JsUNDAY < .vi.i. »; U V 1 KKI.Y CALL fj SO per year, postpaid. Ep.~: ; . WiXKLY CALL (eight pages), *1 25 pel year, post .., ■"■_ : li.v. tin of ten (sent to one address), $XU. -•"...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

• '. > BUSINK39 «HA>'CK.S. 61? CAM SALOON AT A GREAT BARGAIN) J^f*U''. cue i.l very bO3t parts of Market st., near Baldwin Hotel: Is doing a trade of $20 per day; has a louj lease; ii ill] worth $1000; very best ren«ons for selling: this is the best chance in tin; market to-day. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It ©Tonn GROCERY STORE for SALE; is »^ I _Uv/. one of best corners In the Western Addition; is bands melj fitted up and well stocked; ■' ihe location cannot be excelled: an active man can do an Immense business here; best reasons lor sell- lug. Apply K. KENNY'. 22 Kearny st It C>- "HI) PARTNER WANTED, to LOOK i^iJi)i'i'. after the office and hired help and as- Fist In looking after general details In one of best- ' paymc Hvcry and ttngstablesin this city; , .- tabtlshed IB years, and clearing $700 per month over all exiienaes: you eau have a most thorough In- vestigatlou before buying: no previous experience i required, but must bo of steady habits; one of tneprcsent ow...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

6 TEKSONALS. PARTY IS KNOWS WHO TOOK CI.OAK FROM i dressing-room I. O. <>. F. Hall last Tuesday even- . fnj»: save trouble by returning to '.' Bowles place, off Howard ft., near Twelfth. or 9 gt» ■ Vir.AXTED-'YOUNO LADY PIANIST TO JOIN - " ladies' band; also one willing to learn tbe string bans; good salary to travel. Address Ladles' Band, Hoi 85, Call Branca Office. or!' 'if REFINED AMERICAN CHRISTIAN I.AHV. 35, Im lfii^s noted family, lias been reduced lv cir- cumstances, desires position as overseer widower's family: care for children: wages no object: country preferred. Address Sincere, cox S3. Call lir.tncrj Oftlee. It* BABY AND A CHILD CAN HE BUITKD AS a girl or a lady: loot Into our window to-day for bargains In children's and Infants' bead-wear. I!ee- iiivc Millinery. S3 Mith st. oc9 St Tin 1:1: 1- A LARGE demand for DISTILLED water Ice of the Consumers' Ice Companr, 4-0 ! Klslilh st., for the cure of kidney diseases: Elasjrlsn water win deposit dangerous matter, while...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Brilliant Society Wedding in Oakland Yesterday. BibV.c-Dngan 'Wedding:— Surprise on Guerrero Street— Koshlanfi-Ecnweitzer Wedding. Church Tableaux. One of the most fashionable weddings of the. ser.s on was celebrated yesterday in Oak land. The principals were Miss Elizabeth Barrett Foleer, only daughter of Mrs. J. A. lolgcr, and Mr. le Grand Cannon Tibbits of lloosac, V V. St. Paul's Episcopal Church was crowded with friends, society on both sides of the bay having contributed their full quotas 1o do honor to the occasion. For an hour before noon, the lime set for the ceremony, ■. the ushers were busily engaged seating the ifasilloDßble.' guest?, who quietly recognized one another and mentally criticized tie ..elaborate decorations as they waited for the appearance of the bridal party. I be '•'.' rations were elaborate and pecu lisrly artistic, Ferns, smil .<x and ehrysan . thenrams were used In profusion, the rich, '.: warm tints of the flowers being tastefully...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 October 1890

8 A POPULAR LEADER. Colonel Markliam's Victorious Northern Tonr. Evidences of a Sweeping Victory for the Republican Ticket. Enthusiastic Meeting at Grass Valley—For mation of the Onion Republican League of Santa Clara, Special to The Moßyiso Cali. Grass Valley, Oct. B.— This has been another day's triumph fur Colonel Mark tiani, and if any one doubts the fact that he is winning golden opinions among the voters of the mining counties, to-day's event would be sufficient to make even the most skepti cal acknowledge his fight to be in the most splendid condition. Somewhat fatigued after the long trip" to Pownieville Colonel Maikliiiiii arose late this morniu?, and after breakfast was escorted through the busi ness portion of the city, where lit! had an op portunity to meet the business men, and later in was driven, in company with Senator E. M. Preston, to visit the mines in the neighborhood of the busy lit*. city. Three hours were scent in inspecting the various pro cesses requites in ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

*"• ••«♦•••♦• •»*.♦.•.*.•.*.•.•.*.**.*»*.•-*.•.'.•.".* I Iferff^A YOU HAVE A GOOD BUSINESS ft IV li?rii?' ADVERTISE IN THE CALL S. X »a«NiiV-.<«f*AND KEEP IT"C«ir-'<^-c • V V — •• — V y> Daily Average of Want Ads Inserted in THE CALL,- I,*, / 1087. V ■'in? "•'•-*-•-*-•-*•■■••*'••**-•-*-'-*'-*•■■*-*■*"-■-*'-■•"■'■"•■'"■'•*' in' VOLUME LXVII-NO. 132. HEARTY GREETINGS. Arrival of the Presidential Party in lowa. Formally .Welcomed at Ottnmwa by the GoVernor of the State. Magnificent Demonstration by Enthusi astic Crowds — Speeches by the Chief Executive. . Special to Tin: HosKCXa Call. Ottumwa (Iowa), Oct 9.— At 8 o'clock this morning the Presidential party reached this. city. A delegation healed by Hon. J. G. Hutchison, ex-Republican candidate for Governor of lowa, and Senator P. G. Bal litigal). President of the Ottumwa Co Pal ace, met the party at Ga esuurg last evening Bud escorted them to Ottumwa. It is due to the forethought of Superintendent Wilson iii.ii Manage* BishoD ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

2 STILL NOMINATING. BepnblicaVs and Democrats Pre : '; paring: Tickets. • ■. luck'.ey's " Wild ard Woolly Liirbi" Angry ,' . Because Their Pot Was Exposed—Re ■■'_ fcrm Democrats Katify. :V;; __ — '■ ' ■ The Republican Municipal Nominating Convention met last uipht in b'nai B'ritb .■•."■ Hall, M. A. Born presiding. The floors and . :•' ■ galleries were .packed with men u| on whose • '. laces was evidenced the intense interest felt • ■ in the proceedings of the evening. ■ • •_ ' In reply to a question from Hie audience . ■ the Chairman .>.t«le<i that no absentees would he allowed a vote and bo proxies •■ would lv permitted. F. A. Elliott nominated David Stern for Auditor. He said that the career of Mr. "'■ Stern in business has been characterize I by . spotless integrity, 1 and that he is a 'genial : and happy citizen. lie referred favorably ••• f'to Mr. Stern's record as a member of the '• ' Board of Education fur two terms. :■■.:-:. Alexander Mcßoyle seconded the noiuioa -.-.-...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. I Requires But Little Eloquence! 1 "■ * ''• — — ■ ■— ■ — ~ ' ti^S^ 3j|| Ton know us aid 're familiar with our methods of || iS| (loins business, so when we make an announcement the gig pfa people believe it and don't look at it with an air of snspi- pg Pv| don, like they look njson the ads of most of the CLOTHING |p M HOUSES ABOUT TOWN. fM HJ NOW, GENTLEMEN, we have an extraordinary bar- i|| |j gain for you FOB TO-DAY AND SATUIiDAY ONLY. Wei ! 1 have taken every $20 Overcoat in the house, and in order to ||| p| make a little noise in town, we are going to leave 'em go at *M m Hundred 0/ Handsome Meltons, Regular (hi | I M $20 Overcoats, price now ■--- <p 1 1 m ■ All the Newest Shades in $20 Kersey Over-^ | J | H coats, and there's none prettier, now 11 p H Everything That's New and Nobby in Worsteds and Chin- pi &g chillas, in all lengths, styles and shapes— same styles £[► 4 4 gg|j m that we've sold rapidly at $20— tut as we've given JK § | ggj [m out that eve...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

4 . ." . THE MORNING CALL . : Ran a larger circulation than aiuy other '.. netifi»P«' iml>li»lii-tl in San Franciscu. PfJBUCAXTOM OFFICE: ' •rs *lontfi'n:<rT street, near Clay, open until 11 • n'rloclt r. m. I'HASi II OFFICES: 710 Market ' *" street.nctr Kearuy.oren until IS o'clock midnight: ?:.<• Haves street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 003 ".Laikfn street, open until 830 u'loct, and -Ola' . " lUittoii street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. ,;V. HSCKII'TION RATKB: .•"••■ j>aii v CALL (Including Sundays), $8 per year by rrmt. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per . : calendar mm.tli throuen carriers. DAILY CALL, live '•. ctriesllnec months. fB -5. SUNDAY CALL (twelves r»f *). *1 5" per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ■•' '• aid \v:kkiv CALL $3 50 per year. stpaiO. .; KKKLY CALL <el*lit pages), $1 25 per year, lwntr '■' lv.ii. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 4-IJ. •"." ' ■ . Al< THIS BAXJiS XO-DAT. ;T»Min;r- Bj Chas. Levy, at SHU Caltrornla . *•!.. at 30 o'clock. ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

IiISIXtSS chances. • ri'il SELLOUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY .1 for cash, go to I. I). BARNARD, 1148 Market St., bet, aiason and Taylor: established ISM). It* i! ' ( II > HAIR-STOi:i:.>YITH4 LIVING ROOMS; «"i)tlU. fine trade; rare chance: price $500 to SIOUO. according to Stock. LD. BARNARD, 1148 ■Market st.. near I aylor. • It* ■q IQ-A STATIONERY AND NOTION STOKE: 0 » Ot i V/ • first-elan stand on Market st. offared at actual value; choice central location. I. D. BARNARD. 1148 Market st . near Taylor. It* fitQKA MARKKT-ST. CIQAR-STORB FOB . «"J'-:><JU. sale: a bargain: splendid central loca- rion. with line trade; positive sacrifice. Apply I. D. JI AKNA HI), 1148 Market st., near Taylor. It* 1 \>\ BRANCH BAKERY AND VARIETY- - .-_) 1 — • >. store; sells fixtures of store and furniture of 4 roams; rent $16; sure bargain. I. D. BAR- nakd. Lite Market St., near Taylor. It* - I'.llil '' A1; 'Nl:il IS FIRST-CLASS COF- <I^I<"V'U. fee parlors: Scandinavian preferred. ....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

6 ON EISA'S FAS. Frank Roe B»tcheliler In MunßCf's Weekly. Go now, dear no; she will not see The kiss I've bidden in your I rinses; ' I may not hope that thoughts of me Will cnu.e the blush her cheek that tinges. It nt when yon softly meet her lips, . My rotid rarest iv] leave its hldlDE, " Ami iniiiulin in that sweet eclipse Render my boldness past her chilling. THE FATAL RING. Ti IIAD been in Paris almost a month, and {„ HAD been in I'aris almost a month, ", the business which hud called me there ij being finished, 1 was intending to return to London on the following day; and I de termined that my last evening in that gay city should be spent in mv hotel. So having no friends in Party I invited my landlord, Pierre Boufalle, a jovial, g«od-hearted man, to make one ot my large party of t^o. lie accepted the invitation, and after a hearty supper had been duly discuss we settled ourselves to make a night of it. ' After telling some of the most weird and horrible stories we could remem...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tableaux Vivaiits and Entertain* incuts in Vogne. Society Base-Ball ie-Morrow in Oakland— lharsday Night C:nb"» Inaugural. Several Hems Parties. The Native Sons of Vermont gave their monthly entertainment at Odd Fellows' Hal! this evening. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. H. Whiteside gave a cliarming birthday patty last evening to their daughter. Miss 11 ittie Whiteskle, at their residence, SJO Eighteenth street, corner of alen la. Mr-. M K. Pendleton gave n plea-ant ilimier party last Wednesday evening in : honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. C Hall (nee Anthony), who were recently married in Alameda. The table decorations and menu v .re unexceptionable. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Anthony of the Southern Pacific Rail road, Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. JMk-haels of Alanieiia and Mrs. M. E. L'eudleton. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. 11. .:t of San.'Bernar dino celebrated their thirtieth wedding anni versary (in Tuesday. . On Friday evening last, Libtrty ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 October 1890

8 A BOOMERANG. Effect of Slanderous Circulars Among the Miners. --••" Democratic Campaign Methods Ming Friends lor MarUuun. The Republican Leader In Placer Connty. . • . Brilliant Reception at Auburn— An v: ■'" Open-Air Meeting. Ff fCla! to THE Morning CiLt. ■ ' Arisl'iix, Oct. 9.— Hundreds of citizens ■ from tolfax, Rocklin, Clipper Gap, Apple ' pate, Roseville, Gold Run, Dutch Flat, Alta, : . >'ew castle, Penryn and Loomia have poured . into this charming city of fruits and (lowers / until its picturesque streets ate thronged with enthusiastic spectators to witness the grand mass-meeting ana do honor to the next Governor of California. Over note .' . and public luildii and down long streets .float gaudy tanners, and the fnnts of many buildings »re gay with various colored lan terns end red, white and blue bunting. It . would seem as if every Republican in this ■ ' jnost Republican of counties had turned out In extend a waim-hearted greeting to the '. ■ popular favorite, who has...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 October 1890

S <I*|5^ r<7^ HAVE A good business 3 Hl^fjf?.^ ADVERTISE IN THE CALL X SjJ«I*iV^« -,<5*r-AND KEEP IT<5«^<<%?-' $ , I Daily Average of Want Ads Inserted in THE CALL, £ ■ 1O87. gf ' [^j , >■» ;-:.»:•>»:■>••»:■:-:•:•'• :•:•:-.•:•'♦">>!♦■:♦: ifiVit VOLUME LXVII-NO. 133. ONE LONG OVATION. Multitudes Cheer the President on His Tour. Thirty Thousand Grand Army Men Pass in Review at Topeka. Ifltlnslastic Receptions at St. Joseph and Atchison — A Banquet and Drive at Kansas City. Special to Thi Mosxrxa Call Atciiison (Kans.), Oct. 10.— President arose early this morning, and when St. Jo seph was approached he and bis party had only time to hastily take a cup of coffee before entering the city. At the Union Depot an immense crowd was assembled. Conspicuous in the assemblage was Custer Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. which was drawn up in line end made a I assage for the I'iesident and acted as his escort until the neighboring hotel was ' reached, where...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 October 1890

2 PARTY NOMINATIONS. Boekley Had a Little Lamb, It Followed Him to School. :. he EepubUcena Complete Their Municipal Ticket-Join Bw»tt fcr Superin . ■ tendent of Schools. The Republican Municipal Nominating Convention met again in B*nai B'rith Hall V last night to continue its work, M. A. Dorn ■.' ■ presiding. ■ •■■ ; ; ::■ .. Alter the roll-call the Chairman broached : ' the ever-disagreeable subject of finances and on motion the assessment of each dele ' gate was fixed at "four bits." A few mm. . uted recess was then piven in order that :: the collection might be taken up. ■ t'-^i A communication from 11. S. Martin, de clinins the nomination as Treasurer.was read 'by the Secretary. The resignation was ac cepted. : •". Geirge W. Dixon renewed the nomination . . ri Louis Feusier for Treasurer. Dr. •''•' J. 11. Widbi-r was Dominated by J. : 11. Lennon and seconded by 11. 11. Libbing. The uames of E. 13. Keed and Irvine Graham were presented atxl soon " afterward withdrawn. The choice...

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