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THE ANACONDA STANDARD
PUWLISME EVERY MORNING IN THE
WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
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mnwerreraphle mew*than any ather
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aOrmemee and" buld ames aler shoude be
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WEDNE.DAY. DIECELMBER 1 18.
neo does nt happen that In all the
,-i- of Presldet Ha risem's message_
no ~eamenoe s made to the question of
rigateom in Western states The
proposd world's fair gets a nice litt.
mmw In the President's pamphlet
a hee is nothing onceraling the
uar Iands representing about om.-third
of o the ar of the United States.
rgieo wh.ih if Irrigated woald Com
tyauer feedlng the whole world.
Mtythe Presdent forgot all
heout the subject, and is not aware that
it has been the theme of eareful in
qulry by a congressonal committe.
Te people ar s gnorant of President
uarriseon' notions about Irrigation a
they a-e ln the dark as to his thoughts
On the Mormon question.
Magianas and Daly; that s the latest
sesmtorial team hooked up by the
Helema Journal. It is richly imagin
ative, it is a brainy political conception
that startles the reading public by the
breadth of its abasurbity. It will enter
tain the Journal to boom the Ana
eoid man for senator, but, meanwhile,
wouldn't it be well for our Helena con
temporary, before it gets earnestly at
the work, to square accounts with the
etlesman to whom it was pleased to
refr as Mr. Daly's brother-in-law, in
surrilous comment put in the form of
"pointed questions?"r Mr. Whlelds de
aiSd days ago all that the Journal in
seniated but which it did not dare
openly to charge. Not a word of
retgrence has since been made to the
subject by the Jourmal. We submit
that, before our contemporary begins to
boom Mr. Daly, it would be fair to have
a bual accounting with the aforesaid
THROUGH THE LIST.
In the opinion of the Ienver Newr,
Necretary Windom's scheme is "tbe
weakest invention that has ever been
given out by the treasury department."
The lan Franciseo Banwaeer bads that
"the Presideat's views on the silver
question wil be a surprise, and not a
pleasant one, to the people of the coast,"
sad that approval of Mr. Windom's
sheme would be "a surrender of the
Mmstallist position, to which it is quite
cear congress will never consent." In
the opinion of the Orego.aas, the plan
of the Secretary will be received "with
caution and doubt." The comment of
the an Francisco ChAroisel is
that Mr. Windom's plan will
probaty not be adopted, and
l remarks that "in spite of President
Harrison's recommendat.ors, based
upon the suggestions of the Secretary,
congress will be almost certain to do
something in aid of silver." The Malt
Lake Trib6ue says that "when one
wades through ecretary W'indom'u
long dessertation on silver, it is dificult
to restrain the natural indignation that
it awakens." And so it runs through
AS TO REAL ESTATE.
Probably the wideawake communi
ties here and there in Montana that are
marking up the price of corner lots in
view of the numerous copper reflining
plants to be scattered about by the
Anaconda company, will pause in their
wild real estate career long enough to
find out whether the company is going
to have anything to refine in the imme
diate future. It might influence the
upward movement of prices in all thew.
hopeful towns if circumstances over
which nobody has control should hap
pen to postpone the building of a refin
0o lar as west aide towns in Montana
are concerned, their condition was
never more thrifty, and it is not prob
able that their healthful growth will be
chcked by any passing accident.
Butte's active real estate market has
abundant warrant in the untold wealth
that lies bak of the city, and it will be
a wonder it that thriving city ever sees
a return to figures on real estate that
have ruled in recent years. In ambi
tlous Missoula the market is moving at
a ae that promises activity for a good
hie to come. Iteinery or no refnery,
Missoula has the splendid surroundings
that always build up solid cities, and its
claims regarding future growth have
plenty of solid backing.
There never was any stir in real
estate diekering in this city. Anaconda
has advanced to its present liberal pro
portions after a steady growth of six
yeals. During the past eighteen
monthe no eity in Montana has grown
mroe rapidly or in a more healthful
way. In point of equipment in the
way er water supply, eectric light
drainage, sehools, botl facilities, natu
al attraeetions and healthful surround
lags, Anaconda is without a rival
aeong weetern towns, yet real estate
ha never been t--sed to high figures,
and meehmnim engaged in the smelting
.wesk have always bees able to secure
a besma at an etres.ely modelt igure.
The.e has been no time, vena when so
rious disaster tbretd--s has twice
bee the ease within a yar--when the
prim of real etate has suffred any
At the mme time thee has been an
unvarying and gratifyig advance la
the value of eity property, each succeed
ing year adding its contribution sad
leaving every owner more than sati
fled with his holdings. This gradual
advance satisfies the ambition of every
owner of property in Anaconda, and
the city is not casting about for booms.
Biut what if the retining plant should
be built right in Anaconda, after all ?
BETTER DROP IT.
The president of the Northern Pacida
ralroad will And It worth is while to go
mighty slow in prematiig irrigation
chemes to congress Ho wil ind, too
that thei time is prematoe for sgst
lug any plans whbleh elate the North
*na Paciic road to suckh shemes In
The road has large land Interests in
this state and its management doubt
less is anxious to hasten the time when
the property can be made available for
clt.ivatlo. This desire Is shared by
other interested parties-the people of
the state at large and the Individt.'
owners. But the people, owing to el.
cumatances which need not be recited
here, are in no sense disposed to followo
the leadership of Mr. (akes in this
business nor will they be found In
clined to have the railroad company
"lend its aid" in the way of opening any
dicker with congress.
ilBy and by, when the question of Irri
gation has been fully discussed and the
temper of ongress has been ascertained,
the legislature of Montana will take
suitable action and may then find itself
disposed to summon the Northern Ia
cilic people to a consultation, but it may
be regarded as settled now that our peo
ple do not request Mr. Oakes or any
other man to be sponser for them or to
"lend any aid" in the matter. In other
words, Montana will undertake to con
duct the case and, in due time, it will
properly relate the railroad to its minor
interest in the matter.
The fact is that nothing can be done
concerning this question just at present.
Western people were astounded to find
that President Harrison made no men
tion whatever of irrigation projects in
his message. The country is ignorant
of the sentiment of the administration
regarding them. We must wait to
learn how the general government is
disposed and, when that is learned, the
interested communities will know how
The Knights of Labor and the Farm
ers' 'nion can doubtless get together.
In behalf of the Knights, Mr. lPowderly
met the demands of the Union at the
recent convention of the farmers held
in St. Louis.
When it comes to hearty support of
measures which the alliance may agree
upon, it is certain that the knights will
be quite as loyal as the farmers in fight
ing for the cause. Not many years ago
the representatives of the farming ele
ment of the country had an active or
ganization that might easily have
turned polities in the northern states
and those of the middle West.
When the greenback question
was up, the grangers failed to
pull together. They managed
to secure any quantity of legislation
favorable to their views in states like
lowa and Illinois, but in a memorable
fight in O)hio,iarfleld got most of them
as against Thurman, while, in New
York state, the farming community,
although pretty well organised for a
time, has been quite solidly republican
on each recurrine election day.
It goes without saying, that the
knights and the farmers combined,
were they to work in hearty accord and
carry their convictions to the ballot
box, could make it very warm for the
regulars in a dozen states teast of the
Mississippi. The platform of the alll
anlce demands revision and reduction
of the tariff, opposes tile national bank
lug system, calls for an income tax and
and a tax on mortgages, and pro
nounces in favor of free coinage of
The press generally seems to think that
Mr. Harrison in his message might have
been a little more jubilant over the fact
that the republicans have carried Brauil.
In New York a dry nosds clerk was In.
stantly killed l an electric shock while
taking a showcase from the sidewalk.
omne other clerk must have opened the
door for him.
The ,cr of Rusmia together with the
c-arina and several of the little ones, he.
influensa, but the Philadelphia Iimaes
thinks the complaint won't reach New
York till the Prince of Wales gets it.
"The Prince's Fool" Is the name of an
oper which is going the rounds of the
southern theaters. i)e mortuls nil nils
honum. and we trust that no dlie-'
spectful allusions are made to the late la
memted Longlle Esoteric Qu;'g.
The story comnes fron Petersburs, Va.,
of a man who fell over onto a buss-saw in
such a way that his head was completely
severed from his body. Peksident Harri
son and the othtr professional heademen
at Washington will yet muonkey with the
buss-saw too long for their own good.
And now comes a sek-ntifle cuss who
propose to make butter out of the milk in
thes cocoanut. For ages there has been a
good deal of mystery attached to the milk
of a cocuanut, and if it tunas out to be
nothing but plain old buttemnlik the world
has been grossly deceived and impomed
The news has bues teegraphed across
two continents that Stanlg wesis linen
breeches. This iL a great grief to the
AmnsMI - -e-- de, the un d mos
bese made $%A p -W -* 1 l Le t d
Doptr could be Induc a ah lu
ndup lhim c a s uel o ther nuew w. er
Tbmd Ue e rea 7 ar m eldb h mV I
In Africawhare aIdeed aD other kinds et
tgweusvs ame equally "a5SSahI
Theon ewspainpd whihb reg dularty piht
Dr. Talame's erndame as "Ipeeln a' l
pet Dces" and "-sonpei eaublde" e mi
save a vast deal uuu lll if the
Doer could be Induced to lab tham
duptU ate babrew oif bck mnmber reffp.
The New York W"s fLands the isl
sermon at Irindsih which was duly ealr, e
to the syndlese papers, In a volume a
the uDoctor's serons publisbed ian W4O
The announced ent in the Washinta W
^,at that a Ibaby weighing a0 pounds was
born in New York a few days agems ed
that Miss Murphy is the mother, eees
really to demnand the explanatile that
Miss Murphy herself weigmhs about 4,00
pounds and Is a hippopotamus. We pas
sume, too, it would nmws nearly ncoIfm
to the usae of the bst ociety to speak
of the mother as Mrs. Caliph, ae Murphy.
The dseovery has been made an New
YEk that the dlmesery .t Am4euiu a
columbus did nat take tdes tU 14. Be
onbl found am landed on a little ind
whk'h is mnot aurastely kentiaeed. The
Amarican contlnent was not deeavsred
until 18s, and therea ore it is smaesed b
a New York contemmporar. that the eele
hwatlon take pltae in ISIS. If there are msa
more dleovegee ofn this kind the esltsa.
tion will he postponed ImndeaHely.
At the last meetlng (o thbe epublean
club of the RSith ward, mayr the Omaa
Hracrad, the following promeedling were
enacted: Mr. Speebt areas and mai: "I
* t ! --- !? ? ? - I
! ? d-n " Mr. Hldges replied:
i. J. * * I --d--nr' Mr.
Grain them took the foor and exploded in
the lan-guages, after which the club
re.olved that "we are harmonious" and
Although (ol. Dudley can prove an
alihlbi. Indiana is alieted with hog-thieves,
and the farmers sit up nights to wateh
thelr pes with shot unas. A few aigsht
ago a man named Laird, in cnmpany with
a omnfederate, visited the hbogpean a
farmnner named Rhaw, A nice fat parker
was selected and quietly "remnoved"--4n
the ('ronin sense. After its death the ea
ears was encaued n an old suit et elothb
a derby hat covering the brute's head. In
the night-light, sitting on the meat, it very
considerabhl reembled a man. Lard
drove baek to town with his dead prime,
while the contederate went aecromsots.
The confederate proved to be a deteetive,
however, and now Mr. Laird is the sole
biped occupant of a neat but not gaudy
Mlenoula is not so Jealous of her booen
but that she believes in the protection of
bhone industries. The Mor.ig NJysasoMe.l
finds time to remark:
An Imsinuatto to thw effect that one of the
emaun mln o MNiumamtu would seon marry a sdly
residing aot of town was to a de-grae Icorreet.
The majerlty of Mismutla yJufag men meek so
farther tims their ows city, whieh they beuv
iuaes.ea s gnod, taaduumame andt edsilae glib
as any town in thie euntry, and the gn-tltem
referml to s one of the majority.
The Miasunta is standing ons pri-.nci
when it discoeurages a nethod of I
Ing Miumoula's population bh drawing
frann Its rival towns. Perhaps, though,
our esteemed contermpomary btelieves with
pride that in the long run her borne mann.
factor'e4 are capable of Inreauling the
population faster than any foreign smpor.
Hear the lyIng of the rumpls
What a load of trickery their hUbary umilmp.
How they paw anrd mort rand ellow,
As if that could make a llow
elikv. r tim In the right.
(lb. a might
To beheld are the rumps?
They are nerther man amur wema,
They are reither east nor huma.
They are chumps.
And their king it Is who hunmp
His grai Eku msel. aed stumps
The utafr each tIlI-trat manders!
In a reanlute endeavor,
Ioly smoake of les! never
To get left man.al
Itut to other men
(lo the oees he'd stoop.
Ah! the people he would dupe.
Always peat him In the muap.
Hut the rumps!
At lbt he hit upan the rumps!
Ah! at lat he gut tamether
Ali the l.eds of that trange beather.
Im a suitablte k.otion
For a w.aidraus enosvuratioa
(H the rumps!
Of the wildt ulneathlaly Ibings "alkle the ruralm!
There he .aamps
I ltn the ru~mps
The ellxir strong of chumls.
And he Jumps and he hump..,
Ilona stmleh rnmlps as have the dumps;
I'uuen the runml who have desire
Frmml ther oalet teo retire.
lH the tUhnmsalm upa there nump.!
I'lman those weary e.eseefe.w.trIchea nHuspl
(ah, the thumlp. eamps, hump.
411 the rumpns!p
ilh. the clunagau. nmualmu pump.. stumps,
I ruanpa. Jlumps, gump
t r the rumps and the chUmpel
At Lamt. Oad.e or gUtb.
From the Iutruit Trtmke.
Prenadent Woodruf, of tshe Maoron
church. can't tool the people any more
than Brigham Young did.
Ammsng the PiOW aeeres.
Frum the Mlnamesmtis Tribtse.
Laura Jean Llbbyt tht maodest violet
who has done so much to make Aneri
can literature abmurd, reached Ian
ss ('Cit in her great advertising tour, and
the pig stickers are fairly lioniuag ler.
est Kametty o tha MNqratr. wee oe.
Prom the Chceag News.
Boston's bilg ie was a severe blow to
that city, but the loam of repuaation which
she has sustained by the publication ln the
newspape.p of naps of her crooked streets
is even nmosr to her disadvantage than the
?Mat Uivea to NWrk ISsttaettes.
Frum ter .teoson tlrakd.
The parachutist who lately fell Into the
sar at Honolulu, and was eaten hr sharks,
was nt Professor Van Teasel, it appears,
hut another fellow. It was all the eanue
to the sharks, however. They rarely die
crinrlnate hbtween a proessoar and a
plaiu ordinary layman before breakfast.
From the I'hUad,.plila Tmeas teld. t.
Secretary Noble is severe on Tanner I.
his repast, buet his wre.s.tandtion that a
pension be paid to every soldier and sailor
wHe i m rven l d-k o - wai as
homhsett .sa , mee whe to -wr
Sbase aom. ab"nbIs w oame
--W tewemier At -a m ie wme
imam- wilbe O gee oppl
them Sues y W onodble popr ue t bo.
mbe abeshave Sense at aeosmmr.
n an tle me arvmme, Clhmmbe.
Of tahe ai of Polf Fgesmade Lad&
law of olakhid there mea be no qusestion.
He rcemtly drunk too s ine Ukor and
mde an u.seeey eahibltlom of hilmf,
heat yesterday be astoaed for his fanut, bs a
ftlla eam oinm Int court, a premaime ao -
tfrm aid the l mpoltUnM of a line on hti
ml of aifty dolars. It is evidM.t tlt the
justlee baa no meeae of humor or be could
mot avre some throwagh thi Aermoan with
a gave . a.e.
Madty aesut Asmeries New.
Prem Utm sommi Travshu.
It is not sapraoable that a formal invi
tation may yet be esteuded by the rebub
lie to the month of s to senu deleates for
the purpose of making a tor of obsrrv
tian of their nldut4rio and esources. and
should th's be done it shoauld Lo peomnly
acepted. The Brst condition to a prolt
able trdle between Nr b and South Aner
ka is that theme two sectlons should have
a clear understandlng of each otber's
ineids and each other's resourcs.
An Aeeemmmelttag Prltter Man.
From the tkMinbr Irnamorrt.
We have often wondered how long our
wife would remain a widow after our "de
nnime," and what sort of a fellow sbe
would Set, and whether be would he a
printer, and "continue the business at
the old stand" and whether he woulp "All
our place" in the local departent, and
if things would no right along as though
we had not "decca-ed." We do not
Ilanme a woman for getting nmarried as
often as *be can, if bse likes it.
AU ItlSght Itwr War.
From the ~mrammeno ise.
A party by tm ame of Mrs. Woodworth
is preaching in Oakland. At least ,be
claims to be prsreahin. 1Sh rows so ex
cited at times that she is incapable do
speech. Her eyes hbecome glass and her
limbs riMkL Many of her bearsr. fall in
convulsions. Rev. C. W. Wepdte demands
that the authoritle put a stop to the voo
dooistie practices. Why should they?
The doctrine of the survival of the Stmet
is a good one, and if death overtakes Mrs.
Woodworth's followers It is probably the
best thing that could befall them. It they
are driven insane, it is only accelerating
an inevitable event, for no sane person
would participate in such Lt. Vitas dance
Franm the fautn tlkobe.
There are ugly stories to the efect that
Mr. Reed's election is7lue to the activity
of great railway corporations in his be
half. It is said that the western votes
which made him speaker were obtained
for him in this city, in the ol~ices of hank
ins houses which have great railrod con
nection in Kansas and other western
states. If these corporations have really
been Interesting themselves in hehalf of
"r. Reed-and we regre to say that there
is very little doubt of it-it can otlly be be
came they think they have reason to be
Ikeve they can use him for their purposes.
Thus the outlook for a pure and hon.est
onduct of legislation nla the present con
igr s is not the best.
stews the Tmlsr
Ireen te Ciee Trbsmme.
Now the republican party has the pre.i
denty and both houses aooangrees, t must
carry out and codmape the work of tariff
revision. The Tr..ve insistss it has doet
ever since the question beame. a practical
imues about 10 years aog, that the rerub1
can party must revise the tarl and r:
tax. to the extent that it can do o with
out exposinag home lndustase and labor to
Injurious foreign eompstitsn.Republiceaa
of course, will noe deal with the tariff fr
a free trade seaidpoint, batt while keeping
within the lines of protectioist principles.
they can effect material benelts for con
mmne without depriving peuducers of
adequate proteetion. The republian party
is pledged to uch revision of the tariff
and now that it Ihe the power in Its hands
must accomplish it.
Ka-demater demse oV Yiess.
Frem the New York uam.
The n* oi es-Senator Joes. of Flee.
kim is very peculiar. He is stil living ln
Detroit. It is four or Lye years sile. he
lrst went there a United States semator,
a widower, and t man of moderate memas,
aith a family of sons and dmughters, and
a pklsant home of his own in Florida.
He pakd court to the heires. of a large
estate, but was unasuccessful. He Inter
ented nmany of the foremolt persons of
the city by reason of his brilliant mind
and contagious eloquence, as well as by
his position; but a change has taken
place in this respect by reason of his con
tinued stay in the city. Unable to remain
longer at a hotel be. years ago, modified
the expense of htl namintenacee, until to
day bhis state is far from being enviable.
He fancies bimself persecuted because he
Is a 'atholic, and says part of the plot
against him is to force him to leave De
meil. Therefore, be will not budge. He
speds the greater part bl his time hadit
lg leotn. to friends ad qultaass
In the city. Time and time agal ble
people have some from Detroit to Florida
to urne him to rwemrn to his hame. Btore
his term Iº the senate expired they
aemsred him that be could be returned to
Is seat in that body, whib is true, as he
is maid to be the most popular Floridan
alive. But be ayrs he likes Detroit and
as as good a rigtb thee, as any ether
am, an amssetlon which is indiputeabl
Caudlial Gibbous has deidsed that he
will .ot be able to snake his contamplated
trip to Mesxo this year.
a. S. Stokes, of the MHomra House.
New York, is maid to be negotiatbla for
the control of the Qulncy Hose, Boston.
Ceadinal Newman is reported l be in
better health thau for several nouths
past. He is now In the utsh year.
The deeme conferrlng the doeoration of
Kalgbt of the Legion of Honor upon J. L.
_ewian the Aeean painter, has been
The subject of Robert G. Ingersoll's ad
dress befere the Star Bar asmoelaton f
New York, at Albany, January 1ta will be
"Crbmes against Crimal ls."
aiCaptain Hamilton Mwasil. et the steea
- Miseosuri. Is with friends at Mouns
e,. IJL, sueurig from a serious at
s .tien. his eyes. The tremble, however.
i sthaght to b but temporary.
La.Governor Holliday, of Winhester.
Va.. m". sa4ted a muehmr tsar o am
weA. M wl owlm new Teaw to Sam
am Seq. es 1 lme. hew ms ftUm s
,wlhmm aU, nmau , m1e
Tam-al, Amsb a min, Able..
A Wrho mer-Ta-'mwtg.
A wa.m towine-Ae Co hr .
A br -The City o Pals.
MeaiekuM-A eebehaw fevrw.
A dowas eaoue.-The oamn bLd
A joUly-t.om-Tbh e.rf of funny men.
A verel undur masm-The teakettle.
A bad brelker-Thb easmlem sawdT.
A dwsemed m --A dead d weonal .
The mllk wy-To bchees tfetar.
A murr:eah -T-bek of a immd dw.
A ~YL sLpper--Tbe Canauian re
Tar iad eah-r-Jack and Mothe
M ed oceam a baId sleepe-Tmemes on
his bad ll nrlht.
O(kr vaOyS e 0nj y on vants at
over theor oerUmrd brthrsen-..- .y ne . r
et stained with the dust of trvel.
PPv w~ev m" PuMabU.
Publlba. as si (on hi. .smi..mmmsI
bunm .S sr pluadmis: -Can' I uSt our
etdwr fo smm. o the new au ~rphise we
U.bsU out, mmml,.?" S ebsol tuu.Sr
"W I dm..:t we haen't be. udP'
the. n . but a few mouth.." m
ee' inam. she mew w nsemt a[ .
Dinah! Do umo went to b bsb the
me one bad Oenm a *alwar two senb.
B..eariu weglsh thea in hi .hand, and
thm turms upon his bene.actor and In'
teme. of lt-omeaeied contemapt asks:
"Well. Sav'er., and what may n er be
'slectaa thbat r. a~' fr tar do whi two
cent. ?" "I'd adt pou to give then to
he Art poor permo you meet who remally
A guises LeseMar.
Pbhledsluphb Moher: 8a1, what i
that awful noim.?
SMuse (In hoerrifld eents) : Willie is
dropping pins on the pavement.
olsher: William Penm,
coame, rig lm the houe this Istnt! I am
uurpu ! Do you want to disturb the
whal town t
Pr.se the Pktabrg Cbniaklce.
"Everything muast shut up Sundeay,"
-aid the polieman to Mr. Caution as he
leaned on the front gate and asked for a
ligrht for his tobhy.
Mr. Caution stole a glanc over his
shoulder to see who wa on the front
orh rand whipered: "Can you enforce
that on wives?'
Peee"htag Veruas Preetetagu.
"-Upon my soul," eclalmed Mrs. Ply
arouned "I sever -aw such an old gadder
in all my life as that Mrs. Noverbome Is.
Actually, yesteday I called seven times
at ear house and couldn't get in once!"
Lrge Invoi6e of the finest furnishngs
o,_ t, just wrelved at E.stee Coa.
DO YOU KNOW
2 Safe Investment /
You Can Make 50 Per Cent
MONDAY, NOV. 18TH, 1889,
WE WILL COMMENCE OFFER
ING Our Entire Stock of
Clothing Regardless of Profit to Us.
For want of room to display our Im
mense Line of
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.,
We have decided to CLOSE OUT OUR EN
TIRE STOCK of
MEN'S AND BOYS'
SUITS AND O0ERCOATS
Call and see if we cannot make it of interest
to you to invest with us.
LOSEE & MAXWELL
One Door So. of P. O.
OP3NDD JULY 1. 1U5.
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$8.50 per Day Upwards.
DEL NA.USAUG. Mamma.
Heir Blacksmith Shop,
Al. IN RI PAIRIEG DOlE
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By FRANK HAMILL.
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R. P. BURCH.
J. J. JACOBS,
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