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WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 28,1884.
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THE VALLEY CITIES.
Notes From the Growing Towns
A juvenile band lias been organized.
John A. Murray, Esq., ban returned from
hie Iowa visit.
The Catholic church ou Lincoln avenue
lias been commenced.
A. 11. ltanucy, of Anthony, circulated
among old friends here cstcrday.
County Treasurer Kcaggy had a letter
from the tupcriutendent of the Southern
Kansas railway, yesterday, offering to pay
all taxes except the commissioners' tax.
Will Sterritt jumped his board bill and I
drove a team to l'eabody for.1. 1. Heck, i
Yesterday he was brought back by sheriff
Ilev. it. II. l.indern,of Laporte iJ.
will preach at the Methodist church to-
The Noimal Institute movci along with
an enrollment of one hundred. Looking at
the bunch one would think the ladles the
There is to be a large part or the Fourth
here. The Toneka and Wichita military
companieH will be among th, contestants-
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for the ?100 prize. I here will be speeches,
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dinner, sack races, egg race, wheelbarrow
races and greacd pole raic, with fire
works at night.
Yesterday your correspondent drove
through the orchard of Col. II. A. l.oper,
just cast ol the city. It will repay anyone
who believes th it trees will iml grow in
Kansas to visit this rami. Ou Iris uiir liiin
dreil and sIMy arles the roloiiel liu an
abuudaiKe oT cliLiriie1, i j'pborrieH, bluck
berriei, peai lies and some hundred litihel
of grape-. Ills on hard Ih the finest in the
lolllily, and will probably pindileu live
thousand bushels of apples this year. lr
more firms u re planted to fruit, the largo
shipments from the eastern eonnliien would
he stopped and farming would be attended
with much more pleasure- and profit. To
show the value of Mich a farm here, I wish
to state that Col. Lopcr was offered $lG,fl00
for IbU rami only a Tew weeks since. Al
though this is one hundred dollars an acre,
It is scarcely one dollar each ror tin fruit
troi'x growing thereon.
The following h Iter explains iteir.
its from a prominent commercial agent :
St. Louis, .lime '20, lfcj
To thr Editor of tlit Eaijlt:
Mease lorward late copies of our alua-1
lilu paper to uiy address at St. .loieph, Mo.
J thank you for the prompt manner with
which my paper has been mailed to my
.ereral addresses. I hae enjoyed it very
much, and your paptr has been a surpiisc
to many who could hardly believe that
there w as so much enterprise In our Chi
cago of Kansas. I'lcase mall Issues of the
Kaoi.k until July 1, care HI. Charles hotel,
St. JoM'ph, Jlo. Itctpcctfully,
A. (5. WaI.hk.v.
CLEARWATER. ALL HAIL.
., , ,,, ., ., . .. i diuauco levying a tax of two per cent.
i apt. W 11. (ration, our traveling cor- , lh(j i ofilll!Ilran(.c com.
respondent, returned from the sou hw est ,,., wl0MJ i.ea.iguurtcrs are out
last evening with tho welcome Intelligence j,;,,,, ()f 1(; b,ft((J of nino w. ;m.or.
that the last rail which binds Wichita and , r..(.i 'ri1(, ,lw;s!nn i tho rnvi.rso bnl.l.
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evening iiiuid ureal rejoicing and no little ,
4:lfarlvnf ir tnt'nthpr u'n. Inlil if.lnri hi' 1
excitcui.nl. In the name of Wichita, litr
iii.ntili. ntnl Ii.t liitutnoa mill t.nfrtl ItitAr. '
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csts we congratulate the people or the
lively Utile city of Clearwater otiplcd with
the earnest wish that their brightest an
ticipations may be realized touching the
future of their town.
A. O. U. W.
All menibels of Ihe A. (). I). W. ale eaiu.
eslly requested to meet at the lodge loom
on Sunday, .Imie ), at2 o'clock p.m. sli.-u p,
to attend the funeral of lliother Law-son.
tV ought to have out a lull attendance.
Alt isitlng bie'.hien in the city on that
date ale linitcd to participate with us.
.1. A. ItUCI.IKI', 1. '
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(. I'. Itlo-soiu, ol Kingnnn, was in the
.1. li. I'ralt and wife, ol New ton, were
al tho Treuiont jcstenlay.
.Mr. Uite, a prominent attorney or All
Vernon, Indiana, arrived In Wichita Thurs
day. 11. W. Wailing, of Chirigo. lepnsent
Ing the Davis Sewing Machine company,
was In the city Thursday.
Marshal Calms, who has b-en out in
the country rusticating tho lat week, is
expected to return home to-morrow.
M. II. Ilciinclt, of Caldwell, one ul the
leading cattle men of the territory, came up
ou last evening's train and icui.ilned uver
- Mrs. (ieo. It. West will leave to l iv fur
Kentucky in response lo u telegiam stating
that her rather was lying at the point oT
death, and that he desired her present c at
Capl. C. 1'. Keelor, ailaul gfiieril
"freight and pissenger agint or the Port
.Scott A Wichita, the jollj .Siinllnwer unite,
was in the city yesterday looking alter
the Inteiest ol his road, when he untie a
.1. II. and X. II. Hague, fithcr and son,
'with their families, an I veil on Tuesday
night's epress from Couliege, Illinois, and
lhave purchased II, P. Rhodes' stock of gio
ceriis at the "green front." They are
.already In business.
Mr. llenj. lllll, of Decatur, II!., U in
Vhi ri'ty looking fur an opening Tor a plan
ing Mill, ami alit lur a th lrahlc resilience
properti. .MidiiM lie eonelude to lueite
here, uIm.iiI a iliieii ol his neighbors with
their fniuilie:! will lullow- him.
Mrs. A. K. Koemke and son, who have
tiecti visiting tlie family ol Win. ICus-ol Tor
seveial wicks, will leave for their homo In
tho east tn-dav. They will go from here to
St. Louis. Prank Keoneko, a cousin of
Mrs. Kassd, will aceouipaii) tlitin.
Mr. II. M. Ciray, wire and cIIJ, Iiii.u
Oakland, California, me visiting the family
or Dr. W. I.. Doyle. Mrs. Cray Is a sNtci
to Mrs. D. Mr. dray was a former icsi.
dent and merchant or this city, hut wiutto
the Pacific coist in '72. -Mr. Cray wa here
Mr. Leonard Smoue. of Washington,
Iowa, who hasijuitc extensive interests in
Kansas, arrived in the city last evening
from Wellington, ami gave tho writer an
agreeable call at the Kviil.i: otliee. Mr.
Smouse Is among tho leading young lui-i.
ucss men of his state, and the ouly wonder
it that he don't come to enterprising, go
ahead Kansas to locate.
Miss Syhhellc Herring started cat this
anornlng on a visit to Winnebago county
Illinois her former home. She goes to SL
Louis, and then by river to Savannah. Mie
will probably be gone three or four month
wiuprooauiy oc gone three or rourmontiis.
Her cousin M.K. Wcvcnctli. of Xcwtoii. '
vilf accompany her to her dciinatioii, af-
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iuiiuiis, aim i uu ficrcises ociug oi lo-
cul interest. The feature of this after-
jioon was a powerful temperance tec-
cure ny KCV. .1. . Ust rainier. Which
was li-tened to bv
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i'iiiiu auun-ui .
vci HlllUi uu "111 inahU anting MM HO -CW ,. , " ......... ......v - v .. uuu,iU, nui ui imu iu nt.Mii lujaill, lUsurreCUOH, r-i.t.rt T.,.. 0 Tl I. -I
York, returning In about six weeks. em, ,u !l si,eCll.r resumption of bus"i-; what they charge. trcjuson or rebellion, or in anv manner I vh! ", CmS' . J" u(l -"7 T !
ess. I The scnaie discharged the committee impairs the eflicicnev and pc'nnancncv ' et umPc? 'P01 r'- A rain ,
Sunday school assembly. harvard beaten ' 0,n l,rivllcV's a.ni1 elections from fur- of our free institutions aml ,o enconr-! a',, "?d",1L07A?r 1 lh-
Oitvwa Kan Juue "'7 -The fourth w v.,.- i, . o- S ? , r , , ther consideration of the house bill on age the spread of univer-al libcrtv, ' mon,,n-. ,wuh fa,aI fu u: ?
dav,the'imer-S , I n r,r Ine , t C.itlefC:lt chc o1 count, and ordreil a equal rights and justice to all men. Oymon s house was MrucJ: by I.ght-
unj oi inc. intcr-stait Sunday -ciiooi cd Harvard hero to-day in the base , committee of conference- mi ii Tin. Vnminnin.i- in, A V: , nmg at SL Bomf-M Kvnsattu (fsv-
iincinbly at Forest I'ark, th s city, l,,ll pxtm four to two, and thereby i SnXlnJ IlfmoU rver,7 ' S? tiid, i S e "lo!ia C.trrivean sV .
was remarkably M,cccseful and inter- , wins'tho inlcr-collegiatc l.ac ,.J, lCAC-Mmc-c"onadJ0""''- o, governor of ' D ak ot.; . ol m riou., -,. , 'a , f otlliWrt
'.SIini' iiimiv visilnr- iiim nn tlm u :...!.: - iuunun,ui.n;ijua,"uieniorm a.t-i ... ,, . v . i
ri -ru -.. IliU . I-II.IIIIIIIIIIIMIIII HMIIVL' .
In the evening the distinguished feci -
enUstV.C.mchard6of Cuicago.gavc :i
lecture on "The Wonders of the At-
nnostihcre," which ho illustrated with
wonderfuul experiments. The taber
nacle was filled to overflowing and till '
present took an absorbing (interest in i
the lecture and experiments. There,
were a number of new arrivals to-day I
and the residents on the grounds are
daily increasing. To-marrow (Satur-1
day) there will be a grand !
concert under the superintendence
of Professor W. F. Sherwiu,
to take place at 2 p. m. and a brilliant
(ucccss is expected. At 7:80 in the
evening Prof. Richards will deliver an-
loihcr ono of his popular scientific'
lectures to be illustrated with new and 1
wonderful experiment?. Prof. SPr'"S '
will hold clashes in clayinodelinjr, and
i inc outer usual meeting win tauo
w w -m -
place. vvcducscia", .) uiy , is to be a
j grand day at the assembly and a large
o. A. II. excursion will bo on hand.
Excursion trains will run from Kan-
; t-as City, Ulathc, and probably To-
i cka. The great attractions ou that
i day will be a "rand concert of war
songs and the famous lecture of Rev.
A- ' Calmer, of Ncvy York, entitled
.o'lipauyl). A special entcrtaintnciit
in, ,' 8vcn for the children, beside.
a number of other attractions.
THR WABASH ROAD.
St. Ixiuis, Mo., June 27. The Wa
bash railroad company have entered
into an an agreement with a syndicate
of capitalists not yet named, by which
the latter will take off of their hands
the (jiiiuey .r Missouri Pacific rail
road, iwteuding from Quincy, 111., to
Trenton. Mo., with all attached obli
gations. The object of the syndicate
is Miid to be to operate the road from
(Jiiinry to St. Joseph, Mo., in opposi
tion lo the Hannibal & St. locph.
To this end they will construct a road
from St. .Joseph to a. near point on the
Uock Island & Pacific use the track
of the latter to Trenton, and run
thenre over their own line to (Juiucy.
This route will be only seven miles
longer than the Hannibal & St. -Toe,
and is to be in complete operation
wilhin a year. Of the interest desig
nated in the petition of the receivers
of the Wabash road presented to tho
United Slates court yesterday $514,
20 was defaulted .June 1, and' the re-
I maiudei falls due in various sums on
llic first of each month from .Inly to
Washington, June 27. Tho sur-
geoii-geiicral of the Marine tiospital
service, received the following telc-
gram to-dar through tho state depart
ment, from the United .States consul
of Marneilles : Tho 'itiialion at Tou
lon is rather worse. There were nine
deaths Wednesday and ten deaths
Thursday. Thereare sixty-two cases
now at the Naval hospifal. Disease
thus far epidemic.
CincA:o, June 27. The statcmciit
in the dispatches last night that the
superior court had rendered a decision
! sustaining tho validity of the cit v or-
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in- 4ui4t iiuj iilA tauiiiji- uu t;uiici;ii:u
under the ordinance. Tim r.il v bus la- I
ken an ajipeal.
WHAT THE PAPERS SAY.
New York Times (Ind.) Itmusl be
remembered that the Democratic par
ly, as a parly, docs not command the
confidence of the Independents.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat (Rep.)
"Will tho Demociats blunder at Chi
cago? Perhaps not." says the Now
York Herald. Will tho stm rise on
ll.e 8Ui of July? Perhaps not. The
chances arc about even on ihee two
Philadelphia Times (Ind.): 'James G.
Maine is just tho sort of a presidential
muilidatc to make things hum. He is
able among tho ablest ; ho is brilliant
beyond the average of brilliant public
men; iio is keener in perception than
any ol Ins parly rivals ; ho is
l unit: unit 111 win. 11 v:isi. iiiiuiir:ii m. T
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sources and desperate tflort can reach
me wiiihiu"- iiosi, ami 11c win make
things hum generallv from Maino to
California as soon as the battle opens.
New York Sun (Icm.) : The larill
undoubtedly needs to be revved, but
to undertake that revision in Ihc in
terest of free trade and as a part of a
vociferous frec-trado programme, in
the i-esMon of congress immediately
preceding the presidential election,
could only result in the disruption and
defeat of the Democracy and tho elec
tion of a Republican president.
Cincinnati Commcrciiil-Cazcttc 1
(Rep.): There is not one of tliem
who can point to a single act iu Cleve
land'h administration, either as.Mayor
of ISiillalo or governor of New York,
showing ftny steady purpose on his
part to poe iu the old role of Tilden:
and if tbcv support him 011 such a
pretext they will convict themselves
before the woild as a parcel of shams.
making largo prole-sums v itlioul liope
of soeiiifj them realized in practice.
Indianapolis Journal (Rep.) II is now
discovered that -Mr Rlaiiio is a horri
ble 'no popery,"' auti-Catholic bigot.
The other day he was a Catholic,
tricked out with a brevian and beads.
Such absurdities and infamies indicate
the stress of the Democratic parly,
and its natural instinct for lying, blan
der and forgery.
riiiladclphi.t 1'ivss (Rep.) : The free
trade character of ihe Independent
movement against Ithiiue teccives a
new emphasis in the appearance ol
l'rol. W. I
Mimner as the coiispicu-
oiis mcmlicr ol the imlenemleiit bolt
liiithito Courier (l)ciii.): The Cleve
land ''boom" is a boom indeed. The
telegraphic dispatches from nil parts
of the country during the last low day s
show that the supporters of Governor
Cleveland are rapidly Increasing iu
number, and it now looks as if tho
nomination would come to him al
most without a contest.
Springfield. Ohio, Republican. (Rep.)
Mr Rook water curries hi vice-prcsi-dency
boom around in his vest pock
et, in the day time, and has Mr.
Hitchcock, of the Fifth Avenue lintel
lock it up in his safe at night. It is a
very precious little thiug.
Cii.uii.i-s-roN, W. Va., Juno 2C
One of the receivers of the Slate Rank
of West Virginia, reported to-day that
ten cents on tho dolUr will bo paid on
the deposits. The aet of the bank
are nomiatly . 180,000, all of which, ex
$10,000, arc considered
New . okic.Juuc 2o. The Tribune '
-ays oi inn iauuro oi taun .V: Co.. ,
that no .Uteincnt of Us affairs could ,
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e inaue lor several days, nut that ne-
irnliniw wprn npiiilino' wtiiMi ,,ii1i l
Lamail June 27. Joseph Swain.
Hvinsr ten m Irs nonli nf r.m.f -
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lain uvsnnsinici: at !' o'cioet tiiii-
CALIFORNIA STARTS A
BOOM FOR DANA.
Colored Democrats Trying to
AT THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL
CONVENTION AT CHICAGO
Other Political Items of Interest From
A BOOM FOR DANA.
Sax Fiiancisco, Cal., June 27.
Gen. T. J. Clurie, dclegate-at-largc to
the Democratic national convention at
Chicago, said that, now that Tilden
had declined the nomination, Dana, of
the New York Sun, was his first
choice for the presidency. The Call
this morning stated that "a number of
other California delegates will support
Dana, should he be placed in nomina
Ciiicaco, June 27. The following
dispatch was sent to-night. Tho sig
natures arc tiiose of Democratic
judges of the courts of this county, and
leaning Democratic business men :
Ciru'AOo, June 27. To Daniel Man
ning, rhairinaii of the Democratic
state committee of New York, Albany,
N. Y.: The undersigned Democrats
1 of Chicago vih lo ovpress to you and
others ol the same party m
New York their sincere conviction
that lh' interests of the country and
succe-sof the national Democracy re
(juircs tho nomination of Governor
Cleveland for president by the conven
tion lo assemble here ou the8th prov.,
and this Ihcy believe to be the opinion
"of a large number of the Democrats of
Illinois, Si-ned by .lames IS. Waller,
Samuel M. Moore," M. Yuley, John G.
Itogcru, T. A. Moran, Henry (J. Miller,
Horace A. llurlbut, Mark Kimball,
Henry V. Roger, John A. Marklcy,
Anthony A. becberger, G. b. nigra
ham and Chas. S. Waller.
THE ARKANSAS DEMOCRATS,'
Little Hock, June 27. The Demo
cratic stale convention adjourned this
forenoon. The platform adopted tiuan-imoti-lynud
strongly supports public
education, invites immigration, com-
mends liberal legislation encouraging
the construction ol raiiroids, nut iio
mauih that all grants or corpoarto
powers and franchises be guarded
against abuse, and held subject to the
regulating power of the people.
Tho tariff plank is as follows; Wo
favor reform and retrenchment in the
public service and declare our adhe
sion in the principles of the Democrat
ic party on the subject of tarill,' hold
ing that the grant to congress by tho
constitution to levy and collect im
ports was intended to raise revenue
and forbids the opposing policy of the .
Republican party of fostering onoj
branch of industry to the detriment of,
another, and the promotion of the I
interests of parts lo the injury of other "
parts of our common country, and we
demand a material reduction of the ,
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I'fqscnt cvccsmn e tarill tlutics and re
tho burdens and benefits derived from '
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their levy and collection, and that no
more revenue bo collected than is ncc
cssary for a wise and economical ad
ministration of government.
Seciions three and four read:
There can bo no conllicl between
the federal and stale government iu
the exercise of their legitimate func
tions, and wo are unutterably opposed
to Ihe assumption of power on the
part of either uitliout constitutional
warranty, for which reason we con
demn the tendency of the Republican
party to the centralization of all power
iu the general government.
We utteilv rciv dialo and denounce
as most dangerous to the liberties of ,
the people that lieresv which Is the
animating principle of the Republican
party: that the partv is tho govern-
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iueiii. aim ucnuvu iiiu uiiiiiiiiiu.iiiun
1 of the government a trust to be exe
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cuted impartially for the benefit of all
classes and conditions of society.
A resolution regretting S. J.Tilden's
refusal to accept the nomination for
president and designating him the
greatest statesman and patriot since
the dii! of Jellerson. This last was
adopted amid great applause.
Ni:w Youic, June 27. A conference
of colored Democrats, reprcsentingdif
forcnt -bites', was held hero last night
and delegates appointed to the nation
al Democratic convention at Chicago
to endeavor to joctire representation
for the colored Democratic voters of
Ni:v York. June 27. The Indepen
dent Republican committee met to
day. Various reports nud letters were
lead declaring that the auli-Iilaiuc
lectin 1 is ''rouiii' the call for a con-
lVrence receiving a greater number of
Mgnaiuros than was antiriiiated.
Washington, D. ('.,
The unfinished business was then laid
before the senate, being Ihc bill pro-
. ii t 1 ski fair 1 In P-i fn t tl ris tf f iifitntrml
, POT .FTTH AT.
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.lu,lorit.s- and directs the circuit court !
of the United Stales for the western
district of Missouri to hear and deler- '
mine all questions arising, and of
claims to lands declared forfeited. It
directs the United States attorney of
that district to proceed in that court in
the name of tins United States a
plaiuiifl agaiust any party or corpora
lion claiming an interest iu she lands
tcferred to, so as lo bring the subjet
before thr court. It gives either party
the right to nppcal to the supreme
court of the United States, and directs
that court to advance the ca-e on its
A long debute cn-ucd ami finally a
motion to go into executive session
prevailed. Before the doors were '
closed, however, llavvley called the at
tention of ttio senate to' the statement
in the Record that Senator Logan
owned 80,000 acres of land
statement, he said, Wa untrue.
gentleman referred to i only the
owner of tho laud en which his father
died, and to which lie had added a
little, in his own state. (Illinois)
Alluding to the same matter I,on
said : The statement is utterly fal-e. I
don't propose to give a schedule of mv
property to anvbodv. but what nron-
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erty i no own is m lie state of t
Illinois. I t0 own some two or three'
tracts oi lamt. nut all put together
li'milil Yint itinko a litmJrAilf I. ...,. ,.r
D. C. Juno 27. I
The house proceeded to the consider-;
ation of private business and the fol-1
Loe,' lr Vmr V ' To "iIci e I
certain soldiers of the late war from
lamia granted tho Atlantic. Pacific ""vcti, ami 11m speaker, ainiu n.ucii
railroad compauv. Morgan otlercd an merriment, .declared the house in re
amendnicnt to take the place of the cc.sS'intil eight o clock. 1 ho evening
provisions restoring the laud:, to the , s'pn for the coiKsulpniliun of the
public domain, and its rcstnuptiou bv ' t10'1"10'1 l"""i" ,
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the charge of desertion; for the relief
of Myra Clark Games.
Valentine, rising to a question of
privilege, said some days ago the gen
tleman from New Jersey, McAdoo,had
taken occasion to print a part
of his report, a very
long dispatch sent from this city to
New York. It contained tho names
of some of our native laud monopo
lists, sayingthefull list would nil every
page of the paper. In the list of names
as printed in the Record to-day, ap-
Dcareu the name ot senator ,ionu a.
Logan as owning 80,000 acres of land.
Senator Logan has called his (Valen
tine's) attention to this to-day, and
had desired to say to the house that
so far as it related to him the state
ment was absolutely false. Tho only
laud he owned was a little homestead
in Illinois. The gentleman from New
Jersey had taken occasion, while he
he was lauding the soldiers of the land
to stab one of the brightest and mo3t
gallant of those soldiers. Loud ap
plause ou the Republican side
Cox, of New York, in order to
show, as ho expressed it, how the gen
tlemen on the other side had attempt
ed to strain at a gnat and swallow cd a
whole menagerie of camels, quoted
from the speech printed by Brewer, of
New Jersey, upon tariff, iu which that
gentleman made a very lengthy ex
tract from Ulaiiic'-s "Twenty Years iu
Congress." The speech, iu fact, con
sisting almost wholly or extract.
IVNeil, of Missouri, suggested that
the tillc of the book should be amend
ed Iiv adding the words,"And T.ttoed
McAdoo explained the circuui
slances which led to his obtaining
leave to print it and he desired (o say
that he did not retract ono word of
that speech. He acknovv lodged the au
thorship iu its entirety. Jlo had done
what had frequently" been done. Ho
had incorporated " iu his speech
a newspaper article without coiumcut.
That article hail been published last.
January and had been copied from
Maine to California, and there had not
been a line of contradiction from the
Miper-ensitive sen itor in regard to
his name iu that list.
Cameron said the Record did not
show that ihc gcntlcmau from Xevv
I Jersey had obtained Ioavo to print,
and therefore, tlic itcconi on its nco
misled the house and the country.
McAdoo continuing said : The gen
tleman from Illinois says he brought
tho matter before the houe. because
tho Record had been violated. Tho
gentleman kuctv better than that. It
was not to preserve the integrity of
the Record. It was not to bring the
attention of tho house to the violation
of tho rules. It was simply because
the gentleman found the name of John
A. Logan on the list. So far as the
question of the Record was concerned
he believed tho gentleman himself ha
not delivered his larill speech.
Cannon Nor is it printed iu the
McAdoo said that iu the Record of
April 2.T he found the following :
Caunon addressed the committee. His
remarks will appear hereafter. Did
the Record lie?
Cannon said he would reply in his
McAdoo said if ho had done as some
gentlemen did, instead of printing
such a fair thing as a newpapcr article
and giving the newspaper and date of
publication, ho might havo asked the
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deluded foldters what tney inougiii 01
the great senator who iu his greed lo
absorb tho territory which belonged
to actal .settlers, in land which was
made for independent free holders and
' small farmers, wont undercover of his
' brother-in-law to New Mexico and
tried to pre-empt most ol the valuable
, land, and who was only slopped by
the public surveyor who found it be
longed lo another class, lie professed
the greatest friendship for ami rumor
oven had. ii that ho had
Indian blood iu his vein he was trying
to steal from his kith and km hun
, dreds and thousands of acrco, and was
. taking them from unfortunate savages
who were unable 10 protect thcuwlvis
until an honest secretary of tho inte
rior hud directed the surveyor to take
1 back land for the Zttnis. Loud ap
plause and laughter on the Demo
cratic side. Hc(McAdoo) might havo
said this, but ho thanked heaven his
association with a party of honest men
had prevented his hurling such an in
nuendo against any man. He left this
subject with tho house. He was
sneaking behind no newspaper. lie
would not wrong a living man, bo ho
1 high or low, but ho had simply put
' into his speech without comment a
' newspaper article which had been
staring the people iu tho face for
Henley gave notice of the amend
I incut directing otlicial reporters to
publish in the Record the remarks of
Cutcheon, reflecting on Ccneral V.'i.
, Grant made on tho Kitz John Porter
bill and suppressed from the Record.
I Laughter and applause on the Demo
cratic side. The Record, ho said, had
1 been somewlrit marred by withhold
ing from it tlm scurrilous and vindictive-
attack made on (ion.
Grant. lie ottered the amend
ment in the interest of honosiy
and fair play, and in order to relieve
the embarrassment of newi-pupcr re
porters, who, having telegraphed the
report of the gentleman' specih.
! found ou oxamiiig the Record nevt
1 morning, that they had lied or some
body elo had. I.'iughter.
Cannon was on his iVct to reptv to
McAdoo when the hour of five o'clock
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l"ciiscd the pens.on bilN, but nilh-
out action. Adjourned
Washington", I). C., June 27.
It is not likely that the cabinet will
tako final action on the Kitz John
Porter bill before Tuesday next.
In the senate to-day" Mahono re
ported favorably from the committee
on education and labor the bill intro
duced by Senator Maine, to provide
for the adjustment of the account of
laborers, workmen and mechanics
arising under the eight hour law.
Senator Mitchell introduced in the
senate to-day a bill to incorporate the
nations.1 encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic. The objects
of this association, a stated in the
bill, are, first, to preserve and strength
en the kind and fraternal fc-clin-wliich
bind together the soldiers, sail-
ors and marines who united to sup
press me 1.11c rebellion, and to perpet
uate mo memory atiu iutory ot tn.i
dead; second, to" a-it such "of their
former comrades in arms s
need Help ami protection, and to
extend needful aid to the widows
and orphans of tho-e who have fallen,
and third to maintain a true alteni-
ance to the United St.iti of Amwii-i.
tia-ed upon a pcniianent re-pect fori
and mlchtv to thnnniinn! ni..;nn;nn
m 1 ."
and laws; to dt-countensnee whatever
tanil ,a.i.a.. i... i... r.. .:
rostmasten .lames W. Xicholi, t
Vnel-n VT,. . n :.i t r. c:-.i.'
Kan.; Amasa S. Linder. Anthonv,
Kan.: Ikrtine I'inckne'v. Pcabod'v
K" MUton..!. Uill,Wgf,Xcb4 Ch.--?
r. Wiienn st-eiinn-'vM.
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FRANCE DEMANDS AN
APOLOGY OF CHINA.
The Cholera Excitement
THE AMERICAN LACROSSE TEAM
SAILS FOR HOME.
Other News Notes Received by Cable
From Foreign Lands.
Pakis, June 27. It is reported that
Admiral Courbct has been instructed
to demand a public apology of China
as well as au indemnity for the viola
tion of the treaty by "the Chinese at
Laugsou, and iu case China refused to
grant this the French ilect will bom
bard tne Chinese cities.
Mai3kiu.es, June 27. There U a
fright from cholera here anouuting to
a panic. A child aged thirteen mouths
and a youth of .seventeen died to-day,
both from cholera. The boy con
tracted tho disease at school in Tou
lon. The ambulance system to hurry
cholera patients to the" hospital is be
Paris, June, 27, The roads and
mountain passes of France af being
narrowly guarded,, to prevent tho pas
sago of persons infected with cholera.
LiVKiti'ooL, June 27. Tho Ameri
can lacrosse loam sails to-morr.nv for
'New York. They have had a most
successful trip. They played iu all
eleven matches, winning ten and mak
ing forty-eight goals against eight
lo-t, an "almost unprecedented score.
A cable from rEastus Wyman com
pletes arrangements for a match be
tween this team on its arrival in New
Yoikatnl a delegation from Canada
clubs, who will endeavor lo restore lo
British Jiaiid the ituiruW the Knglish
mcu lost .
Bklkast, June 27. The Prcsbyteri
nn council heard with lively i-atisfUc-tion
Ihe statement of the condition of
the churches of Europe and America,
and askeil iu their behalf for the gener
al support and prayers of the stronger
churehes of the alliance.
C.mko, Juno 27. (1i11er.il GronlVII
arrived and goe.i immediately to As
souan. Tho rebels are massing near
A bon I lamed. There was unceasing
firing at Siiakiin last evening. Tho
conduct of the Kgyptiau troops was
M.tiiiiin, Juno 27. A militiry cor
don ha bi'eii established along Ihf
Spanish frontier against cholera.
Toronto, Juno 27. Tho I'Ydor.iI
bank as yet lias not accepted the
prollored :;ssi,tance It lias been able
to moot nil demands, unaided.
Romp, Juno 27. A passenger from
Toulon arrived at Vcuthnigtia to-day
showing symptoms of cholera. Ho
was (.(jni to Laaretto.
Sr. Johns, J lino 27. Nineteen Riv
crhrad prisoners charged with the
murder of live Orangemen of St: Ste
phens were acquitted this evening
amid intense excitement.
Ciiit'A(io,Jiuic27. Aii Inter-Occaii
Jolicl, Illinois, special jys .1 sensation
was created here to-day by tho arrest
of Adam Williams in the act of passing
counterfeit money. Williams is Ihe
son of a prominent farmer and live-!
three miles south of tho city. At his
house dies and other tools for the
tn.iiiufacltiro of spurious dollars and
half-dollars were found. Williams
and another were taken to Chicago to
night by U. S. officers. Ho is believed
to be tho leader of a gang, and other
arrests arc anticipated
BLEW OUT HIS BRAINS.
San" FitANCisco, June 27. Gtist'ive
lOH'pii J-iwcngart, lor iiiauv vcars u
resident of Now -York city "and a
nephew ol Samuel Seller, of the linn
of Altschtil, Seller & Co , crockery
merchants, shot himself this morning.
Ho had lost considerable money gam
bling, ami threatened his unclo'n life
for refusing to give him $1,000. Be
cause of Ibis threat n vvniraut was is
sued for Lawcngarl'.s arrest. While
the officers wa reading the warnfnt,
the deceased blew tils brains out.
A FATAL ACCIDENT.
Dk.vmaw:, Ohio, June 27 The dead
body of Frank P.rown was found iu
the river under tho railroad bridge
lat evening, ami near him tho almost
lifeless remains of Kdward Tillman.
The latter reviveti ullieient to -tale
that he and Ilrowu lived at Monticello,
Iowa, and had fallen from a freight
train lo th- ground, ovor seventy feet
RaiineuatCitv, N.J, June 27. ,
The -chooner Lind.i Pt.ibcock, from
Philadelphia for Roston, was wrecked i
oil" Ihe coast yesterday. The life sav- i
ing service succeeded iu recovering a
portion of the crew, but tho captain, ,
Ihe mite's wife and three seamen
were drowned. It is feared other ve
els were lost a- the storm was tern-
bio. Ihe beach is strewn with drill.
Ciiicaoo, June 27. The inaugural
running meeting of the Washington
Park club begins here to-morrow.
I-irge fields are booked to start. Gen.
Phil Sheridan, its president, arrived
to-day. to lie present at the opening.
Its manager- are wealthy citizens and
tlioro promi-ps to Im a largo and fash
Cincinn-atti, June 27. The mixed
wre-tling matcli at the Grand opera
hou-c to-night between Duncan (J.
Ro-s and Win. Mutdoon was won bv
Ross, wlio took the iirt. fourth and I
liftli falls. Miildoou won the second ;
and wa jriveu the third on a foul. I
i The lirt two were firacco-Romau.the i
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nei two side noids sou tnelast catcli
a- catch cn. Ihc house was full.
Toi.KiK,Ohio,Junc27. At 4r.'cIock j
this afternoon the boiler in the saw
mill and oar faetorv of YonlJehren Jfc
iShafler at striker. William couutv.
burst, demolishing the boiler house
and factory, and injuring eleven of the
forty men employ ed, some of whom, it J
. ' ,
is ociivcd. win (lie. i ne 10-- is not a I
Little ItocK, Art, Jnne S
uazciiee icxarKau- speaat Mrs:
Dock "Walker, the murderer of fucius
Grant, both colored, wa hanged to-
STRUCK BV LIGHTNING.
' day in the presence of five thousand
I people. To the last he asserted his in
nocence, Hectoring that lie acteu in
self-defense ami his life was sworn
Galveston, June 27. The News'
Tcxarkana special says: Dock Walk
er, colored, was hang'ed here this af
crnooiLin the presence of 2,000 peo
ple. He died game. In Januaty last
Ivst January Walker swapped shoes
with a negro named Lucius Grint.
The next tlay Walker wanted to trade
back. Grant was obdurate, and Walk
er sent a lotd of buckshot through
MAKING BETTER PROVISIONS.
Chicago, Juno 27. The sub-committee
of the national Democratic
committee held another session to-dav,
but beyond deciding upon certain mi
nor changes in the arrangement of tho
hall by which seats can be provided for
territorial delegates in the main botly
of the hall, no action of importance
Swelt Springs. Mo., June 27
This famous resort was thrown opcu
to the public to-night, and a grand Wall
was given by the proprietor of tho
Grand hotel. A large party of ihc
elite and fashion of St. Iouis, Scdaliu,
Lexington nud Kansas City arc iu at-
Chicago, .Time 27. The Daily News
ol Cedar Rapid, Iowa, say: Two
convicts, Freeman and Farmer, who
escaped from I ho Animosa peniten
tiary, were surrounded iu the wovds
here and a light ensued, iu which Free
man was inortallv wounded and Far
mer dangerously so.
CAUGHT IN MEXICO.
St. Louis, Juno 27. W.F. Morrison
telegraph operator irom Ilullalo, who
obtained $2,200 from the first national
bank ot San Antonio, Texas, two or
three days ago on a forged draft, was
arrcsleil at Monterey, Mexico, i ester
day, and will be brought back on ex
Indianapolis, Juno 27. The Re
publicans of the Second district held
a convention at Washington to-day
ami nominated Capt.Gco. (I. Riley, of
Vinccnucs, for congress.
J'knsacola, Fla., June 27. David
son was renominated for congress to
dav on the llf.ii ballot.
Xkw Y)iiK, .Time 27. The remains
of (iciieral Ward 11. Itumett were
brought to this city" to-day and placed
iu the governor's, room, where they
were viewed by many citizens. Chas.
A. Dana, editor of the Sun, was a pall
St. Pai'l, Juno 27. The action of
the house upon the repeal of the pre
emption law creates great excitement,
and protests are being sent to Wash
ington from alt part of the territory.
fi.Ti.oiT, Mich., June 27. W. II.
Crawford, manager for J. I. Case of
Jay-Kvc-tece, says he does not see why
I V.'imlcrhilt should take to him-elf
I Case's recent challenge as no names
KILLED HIS WIFE.
DVKit, N. II., Juno 27. John G.
Hill, a retired clothing house proprie
tor at Great Palls, recently recovered
from a severe sickness, killed bis wife
to-day. He is 70 years of age and is
Ri:i'iili:hi'.m, Pa., Juno 27. A hun
dred yard foot nice was held here to
day between Fred Rogers, of Trenton,
and Ilnrrv Wheatlcy, of Camdn. for
$l,U00,:iud was won by Rogers in II 7-8
New Youic, Juue 27. Seven bibor-cr-i
were drowned at Carson's Inlet.
New Jersey, yesterday, ttio storm up
seling their boats.
New Yokk, Juno 27. Memorial
services were held iu the Simpson
.Methodist Kpiscopal church, IJrooklyn,
to-night in honor of liUhop Simp-on.
llishop Harris presided.
SULLIVAN AND MITCHELL,
New YoKif. June 27. Cba-. AI its-It
ell, the pugilist, telegmphs from Ing
Hranoh : "Entirclv recovered. I will
box Sullivan Monday night sure.
Washington, D. C, June 27. -Indications
for the upper Missouri and
Arkansas river valleys : Fair weath
er : slight rise iu temperature ; soii'h
ly winds becoming variable.
New York. Juno 27. First Lieu
tenant Theodore Smith, of tho l.lth
infantry. United States army, drop
ped dead this afternoon in the Slurte
St. Johns, N. II., June 27 John
Corbctt, mate, and two seamen of the
schooner Fanny Flint, were drowned
white runninga line to the wharf.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
Kfctrowa and hifrrs.
Kal -lilpt'lnz hojt, lxt
stock and frwlln bo"
." "st J
1 USA! Ui
i 5is.l Ml
! Wbolrale. I.VLtl.
j Potato, is-r Ihi ..T.var. m,Ui i'
Eur. . Hi 15
Hntter . ..10)1S liSti
Chrex ... 15 3'
Chicken, per Sh 1
(Sickens, jer doten.. i '"sSJ m rch. Si
1 S. C Hani . ... WJ K'.
1 S U. Hk llsrtm li 15
! Ilaeon sides . ll' lsf
I 11 S. sides. .. '.' ti
Lard i '-l
, Corn meal I ' I '
Klonr, high patent 3 S1
t flour, titnt 3 5
! Klaur. XXX ?"'
i Kloar X. J1
Chop feed "-! "
I Kran "'
i Short .
M'I"in,c "1,"t ,
MARKETS BV TELEGRAPH.
New Yor Montr Market.
N"a-" Tom, Jbo T, Iel.
Mottrr Ey at - rent ; tliar fffer
at 2 "r Cf-aU
PniiMerjkTii.r I'srat 5irTeit.
Stku KicitAi-cr. Weak. IUnsen'
hills, UJ-Hi t dTaaad, (.KJ.
GJTrsrT rtOTr Ioirer and in liibt !
5tat Sicom I Ixnrer
Uiilwat V-vn Heary
Kasus d:j Live Stock.
Kmii ClTT. JcaelT, I-sl
The Lirt-Statk Mutr rI5ns
Cattl ErWp. 1,34; aarlet eat aad
to r aad 5s lk r lorr. Xsure -era aTeraxtsr
pau Ill-, Jlew, STrrlii2'X to
l.JW) zt. . M; Kloctat aad feJer,
.Cii.y); e-s,rsirt- jrowj, U rl.n
IlfXi Eeeeipts, ii,'K2 , aaraet w-k sji
i'-crtni ; !. lower j It sienxlax SI W J
I r. sold at U TO-ri w , lk at :-
, Sane-EecnpU, JO ; curlet ja!et asd a-
St. Leass Grain asd Prxiacc.
St. Loct, Js S, l-l.
rocn Kartet nutSasj-J.
Wdcat Market slirar Vat a ska-Le Hw.
No. 2 resl,l.Ml.ca-! i4'$S-1', July;
9l'91S'c August; 9lt'e. September; 9tS6
9ZXc, October. No.SwUWc.
Cots Market low lower; iS'eeh; SOS'c
July; 51H&31VC A-gut; il.'iil.'.'e Septem
ber; We October.
0T--U-et lower; 30.';.i31,'e emt; JT.'.'c
Rrourrs Floor, 1,090 band ; wheat. 1S.
OeobubeU ; corn, J,S baibeU; oU, ,tuo
doshcui; rye, none; D ney, none.
SuirEcr Floor, 6,080 bstrrU: wheat,
none bushels; com. 17,080 bushels; oats,
l,uu0; rye, 3,000; barley, none.
St. Louis Live Stock.
Sr. Locis, Jane !7. 14.
Cattle Receipts, SCO; shipments. l.SOO;
supply light and quality poor; little done and
prices weak; exports, 6.20$6.to ; frood lo
choice shipping, 6.00tic.30j common to rats).
ium, M.iO5.SW ; grass-fed Tea, tl.a41.ai.
Snzxr-Receipts, 300; shipments, i.S-(
scarce and slow; market low; good Iambs,
Chicago Qraln and Produce.
Wheat In rood demand : market unsettled
and nenous : receipts Ilrht. shipments good;!
marcei opened siesuy ana rose .-.c, dui icii ic
owing to the weakness In the com market and
unfavorable news from Walt street ; raUied ,
J,e, closing .'.'ic below yesterday. Jane,
SSe!c, closing at MJ,o ; July, as;8tl,e, clos
ing at 8Ji,c; Angus t. &li$s,c, closing at
fij,'c ; September. ST'.ij'.c. closing at sss'o.
No. 2 spring, Sia;c.
Cons Demand aetire ; market unsettled and
lower ; opened Jfe higher, ran off ljic, rallied
slightly, closing ,H.Vc below yesterday
Cash, SJXM.TC, closing at HUc; June, 5lts
M'.'c. closing at 3.'4'c ; July, M'itfM'.'c. closing
at WiinZUic ; Angnst, i.vl4.Ve. closing at
iVic; September M',(.'Ac. closing at M.'.c;
year, 15fcc ; May, Wi&nX.
Oats Market dull : near futures a shade
nrmer. Cash, SIH'e ; June, 3131?c. closing at
3I.'.e ; July, 30.',ejl.','c, closing at 31 .'e ; August .
2T'' l.'C closing at 27.'c ; September, W;e ;
year, af ai'c ; May, Si.'.'c.
Keckiit Flonr, C,(aw barrels; whuat, '.'.
Soil bushels ; corn. M:,0 buibWs : oats, ITf ,(
bushels; rju, -,() bushels; barley, 1,300
Shipments Flour, so, barrels) wheat,
I3B.UUI bushels ; corn, li7,nuo bushels: oats,
ltS.OUi bushels; re, J.400 buthels ; barleT,
Chicago Live Stock.
CilICAdo, Junu '."7, 134.
The Drover Journal n!ort:
Hoc Keceipta, M.OUU; shipments, 3,3u);
market brisk and flrrarr ; rough packing, 81.t
Sii.Oj; packing and shipping
ngn. nscoa grauea
Cattle IleccIpU. c.ooo; shipments, Ski;
market weak and 10c lower; exports, 6.
6M; good to choice shipping, J .rf.40;
grass-fed Texans, t.i0it.T3; corn-fed Tex
PuEce Receipts, t.ku; shipments, (0;
market steady; Inferior to fair, tiaui-S.SU;
medium to good, ti.JiVs-' i choice to extra,
HOSTO June 117, ls.
Wool Demanit actlif. Ohio ami rvnmjl-
am. ..., ,i,i. , .mii.iiiji.wi r.iiiw, ; ,
romblnir and drlalne. VtWc; unwashisil
Hmk-ps, K'fftdw; inltal,20Mg3BC.
I'mnnixrHii, Janc.T, lsyl.
Wool. Markft quiet. Ohio, lVnmjlvsnls
nnavv'est Virginia. XX ami above, XU.Uc;A,
333lc : racilruni, 34d: coar, .ItWJ.'c ;
New Vork, .Michigan, Indiana ami Western
line, 3"a3:c: mnllum, ltH3le; roarx, 31i't!c;
H ashtsl rmnln! ami ilelatne, 3K .tisr ; unwash
ed, -iia.Tcj tun-washed, JUwSfio ; OrrKOD,
l.ii'; New Mexican and Colorado, U.c.'lc ;
DR. H. H. YOST,
pi: :;i iai. ash i:i km i ihi;
I'lea-e di il urtderita el lhat I am ivut
thankful r.ir the llher! I .nlninr nf Hi !,r
of W Iclilta, fi.rlt ha lr itri.i-ed uy eMs;a
tli.ru. With a thuuaaiel Ihank jou" fur Ilia
intelligence ;n harealreailjr rhuiru In r.nnlu
fnmanl and olitalntni; what will (are J""i that
wnien money esnuni har i-i'i.si, I still
roni"iiteil In dollar and cent FM.ei.ioe atonic
aud 1 will tand the hot weather a lonjr as I ran
do good, ami at the name time make iwime
money, which I every man duty
liut you that lire In town Rome ea rly oome In
theeool of the day; come before theerowd l
sin toninie from the ruantry, M mltake are
Uahleto oenr nnder unrh eircntn.taneet (If
coure mistake are rorrectnl ijiould there Iw
any Hut wa don't want to make any, ami sel
dom will If anuile time I allowed lint allow
me to lmpreon your mind th tact that the
proper selection of etsel4 to rArrert the i
Tltlon.and a-l;t nature in rrtilnlnit the nor .
mat cnmlltlou of the eye, I a matter that ean
not be too carefully atlende.1 to, and honH not !
b done la hate.
lr you are rich I don't want all your wealth ,
fur a jxilrof mr !o Vhlle I am no rheap '
optician,. leallnK in cheap (foods, I will not I
n.k of yon more than you ara wllllnr to ; y ,
after seeing what I can do for yon. if j on are
iioordon't let iterty keep jon asy. The !
Iinl know that If any bodr neeil unl elirht
It f the poor. s eriine and i.ee ne, ami I prom- I
le you the aioe attention ami am- len-e that
the rich hare, ami at a price that yon are able 1
tnr reieetfiilly. i
lilt. II. II VOVT,
RAILEOAO TIKE TABLES.
The follnwiaa- table rite the antral and 4 -partore
of trains at WJeilta
ATCHISON", TUPEKA A SAKTA TK.
Hxvre. .. jiJSA
Ac. Knirtt. . T
WUMta t.x 'tinr
f. t :pre. . w a m.
M j Ae.r"r-bt ii r, U.
K'aa-M Ctty Ipre
Kxpree-. 5 JS I U
Ae Metrbt 31 U A X
.UI ot-era dally etpt aalay
T UiVl A HAS KAXtTC-..
Mail train frrft IUai7leate ny. m.l
leerr the arJb at -Hp i Mall train
Isrefrrtbe est attiia ta
wicnrrA A VKFTtKXS
Arsmis-- learea the Vtfcrn Of for
Cfeesey at Kr;t5 a a fr-irtt -pt at atlla
a. a Ketamsr, lealea LieTsey S4 ;.l . .,
arriUajt at Cakva dejeit at JsiaaJce. 2
Ooa rr Ktns Cliy wji e reiar jvaea(er
frwn tfcs acg. .... ,
gf7LQin, IT -CrTT A mCKITA.
s-Sts. 1 UtSTK.
lr rnsisrkt .7-16 1 S.1K1
A Mall 1m.tsL.
KaU. , . j rretrat.. .,v-m a
want yon t" eonllnne to come, Mtriii,cli the 111 I
welher ldrealful lint. , VlHTrll7
Like all the rent of mMiVlud I n n vrllllnir Co 11 I I V il V
work for money V I'll me II U ih lew imllrv rJYll I Jl J m
dollar thai I In It With ton III mailer of , ,' )
far jrreater lmifirtanre one tht raiiiiot be .
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Ac rmfitiinup. m.
IX THE STATE. UA 'E THE
Largest and Most
Ladies, Gentlemen & Children.
Garments Ranging in Price from 23c.
Come mill 6Vc c7, tunl Tri mul AVi Cool,
21 Main Street,
One-Price Cash Dry Goods House.
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THIS SPACE BELONGS
Real Estate Firm!
J Ito t them for Lariraln. Thy drit their
I own I !!., keep ftm carriage, and w
, lheirprojrty cheerfully, aad Ihey It tn
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