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THE GAZETTE: EOllT TOIltffl TEXAS MC)NI)1y SEPTEMBER 10
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DIAGRAM OF SUB FIRE.
ifHoo of publlCRtlon-fleoond alreet, be
- ween HouBounudTJiocktnorton. hntorea
f ,t the poutofllce m sccona-cft matter,
With pleasure, announces to the public that his mammoth stock $
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vertisement will bo taken ut lws than
t.no laUrf now established.
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be contracted prior to Ootobrr 1st.
THIS MOKfll I N i: HO UTI-3.
Unucenrrul Atlnmpt ra Viiinic lcnollot
To ftlutillii ufi'tlila Mortal Coll.
There appeared In the Gakmti;
about four weeks aco, a notice of the
ina: Huge of Miss Jennie Wilder of this
oitv to Mr. A. 1$. (Jopeland of Nnsb
vilio, Tenu. They lived together ap
parently very happy until a tew Weeks
ago. It Is said the voting Henedlct, who
is a tinner by trade, tried to get pos
session of foino properly which his
wife owned. In this ho failed and the
young wife's parents forbade him the
privilege of ever darken-
lni their door attain or
of polluting the brides boudoir Willi
his presence again, lie did not hcciu
to bo very niucli aggrieved by tills
hut tliu wife did, and she Attempted to
end her life by morphine, but a phy
sician wa Hunmioned, and by the aid
of a JIttlu ntropla biiVcd her. Since
llien despondency and gloom have
been the constant companions of the
husband, and it is H.dd lie has Home
liquor on his stnff, and growing tired
of being alone and away from ids wife,
fearing, too, lie auger of the injured
fathor-in-law, hu concluded to shuao oil"
thlH moilal eo'fl. lie consequently
bought lifteen cents worth of mor
phine and swallowed live whole grains
of that deadly narcotic and laid him
self down to sleep the i-leep that
knows no waking, but it could not be
m. Ho was wanted to (111 a more use
fill nii-iie than the grave, and with the
aid of a stomach pump and some
atropla be whs rescued by J)r. Brooks
anil still lived, but lias not recovered
sufliclently to state whether or not he
is pleased at ins lauure.
15 IC Holn, l'olat 1MV Mitt n, Canton.
1,1 I;, Kr, (1 A KrAtn r, city.
At! I'uiinJ llowIo.To.x. J lloJIUvuy, Atkonn.
- T I) C'niniibcll, I-oiiK- J human titrrttt, St
.7 l),I!fiijhnnii,Mlii(.'inl II 11 Moono, Hunt
JUT lluilutt, Muinos- O Slory, WliUcrUlit.
Iwro, lunn. .1 1 Mill, do.
DHmlil). iluiirlottn. JI 1'iiliishl, Waco
j: i' nouiinni.hti.ouif. w ramoro, i.iuio
I, HSIionlc, llolton. ItocU.
HU Wivtnr-t, ( lotiurnc. Tliuinns F l.irmcr,
I. IC Allen, Dallni wnca.
O W irtnlor, WIclilU J 1' Lludy, I) cntitr.
Kall. -I W lKiolll, I)ieiUtr.
J A Mono mid wife, V KUImell, 1'ur.touN,
Jthh -tnltli, iJUiiim-ms Wrt l'lilllip", Tcxh
II S CII1I, Twits A l'n- Arm-mo,
,C110 1' .1 "II J 111", K'AUBH
tVVioimvK Klctnlng.tjUn- rnclllo.
t.nim.Moi' '- lis ur.nucr, Clinton,
V I) tJuiumolt, nallno. W 1 llutny, Allcno
.1 ( Ci.iln1UL'.AH. I". Min .1 l (.'otcniiiu,
h'j . I.nnipiisnv.
(jSaililorjuSiirhiffA I'll Kenny, city.
It I. MeHhy, iitu.utir. WO Mlllnmn, olty.
A JJrolccn JJridKO.
The west bound passenger train on
tJioTexits anil l'aclllc railroad wiih de
layed at Dallas last night on account
of a broken bentonlho bridge .over
the Trinity river just thld side of that
city. The bridge has been considered
weak for some time and yesterday
upon inpeotlon it was found to be un
safe on account of one of the stringers
on the bridge being broken. A tele
gram was received ntthoToxas and
J'acllio depot mat, me onugo would
probably bo repaired in time for the
train to reach tills point by twelve
o'clock hist night.
To the firemen and gentlemen who
nssirted In saving a portion of my
piopcily from distraction by lire, I
tnko this method of thanking you one
and all for Ihe iuteiect you manifested
in my behalf. Your many and la
hoilous i lloits will occupy u place In
myjeeollectlou to which I will always
look Willi pride and a heait full of
giatitudo Allow inu to say if like
opportunity should over bo presenttd
I hero pledge myself to tuko soffar aa
inv aliilitv will oernilt the same Inter
est In your behalf as you have just
shown in mine.
J AS. W. SWAV.N1
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Is now comploto in every department, and, owing to the recent heavy decline in tt
si i i t m r 1- 1 Jl - '
gooas, lie is enaoiect to oner new, iresn ana uesiramojTcoctB at less prices Mf
thin dodges or so-called closing-out or bankrupt sales, goods at coat etc '&'
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want new goods, good good3 and clieap goods, call and examine the immense
goods now in store and arriving in car-load lot3 by every tram. to
VA 2" S I
i:ast fiiist btri:i:t.
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1. Freeman 'a stable, ivliero fire originated; burned. 2. One-story frame,
burned. !1. One-story frame, burned. 4. Two-story frame, burned. 5. One
story frame, burned. 0. One-story frame, burned. 7. Thompson House,
saved. 8. One-story frame, torn down. 0. One and one-half story frame,
saved. 10. One-story frame, partially burned. 11. Two-story brick, burned.
12. Two vacant lots.
A SUNDAY BLAZE.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH
OP PROPERTY SWEPT AWAY.
ltnulil ViogM'Hg or thn riunifit Worlc of
tho IK'imrtiinrut I oksuh nli'l Innur-
of tho stable.
Opening- of the Opom-llou.so.
The now opora-houBO will bo opened
on (hu 8th of October by tho Chicago
Ideal Op-Tii company, which litis a
three nights' and matfneo engage
ment, On the llrt night "Jolantho"
will bo presented; t-ecoud night.
"Patience;'' matinee, "Pinafore;" third
night, 'Mascot.'1 This engagement
will to fotlowed by ."Cinderella" for
three nights and a inatliico.
Tho Town Goat,
Wlillo tho war is rglg far tho Blip
lircbslon of the town cow nuisance, I
hope tho town goat will also b
squelolnd. NVo havo a largo Hock In
tho Koutlli ward that causes sure lies
truitlou to any truo or plant they call
reach, and they can reach "over tho
garden wail" "without any effort at
all." .Thu town goat must go,
Fort Worth, September 8.
v Tho children who wish tolakopurt
In the rendition of "Cindeiulla," aro
noil tied that they must call at the
Ocrmanlu opcra-houc tblh inorulng at
lu o'cli ek. .Mrs. lli-nton whl l o there
to reuilvo (lu'iu and i elect the mem
bers necessary to mako I ho fast of
cluil (M'tott, She will wiu.t about llirce
bandied. Keheaisals will begin when
Tho alarm of lire which was sounded
about half past thiee o'clock yestoidny
alternoon aroused the sleepy denizens
who were tiiklng their past-dinner
siesta and bioke up many a llttlo tete-a-teto
in the cosy parloiH of (lie belles
m-Iio were entertaining their Sunday
lieatix. The dense hinoke whicli was
arising from tho vicinity of the City
Hall lod every ono In ihnt'diiuction,
and in a few minutes thcsIdewalk.B and
streets were crowded with a moving
niitss of humanity, every ono of whom
was vainly trying to locate the Haines.
Men, women and children of all ages,
si.es and colons rushed pell-mell
towards Husk and First sheets, and
tlie llrcmen added confusion to the
scene, whicli for a while was a fair
presentation of Jk'dlam or pande
monium. A sight of the towering
flame.-', however, soon produced a fool
ing of awe, which calmed tho excited
throng and brought them to a realiza
tion ot tho fact that the time had ar
rived for woik earliest work, and
valiantly did tho firemen and citizens
'1 be tire originated in a livery stable
occupied by a Mr. lrreoman, tituatcd
on tho corner of East First and Husk
s-treots, or rather about tho middle of
tho block on Husk Hre t, tho comer
lot being vacant. 2s o one s-ocins to
know the origin of the llro except as to
its location. The first the stablemen
knew of it was when they
saw tho 11 lined niakini' lanid
about the middle
The flames spread ran-
Idly throned! the Ir.une (Structure, and
everything therein being very com
bustible the whole building was en
veloped lu a fowudnutts, and even
soon burned to thegroluul, Mr. Free
man succeeded in getting all ills ve
hicle! and horses out of the stable, but
lost all his fcd and some harnc-s, etc.,
which amounted to suwral hundred
dollai:!, on which h'j had no insurance.
Tho llunits from tho stable next ig
nited a frame house, number - lu
tho diagram, sdtuated just noith of the
st iblo on Husk street. It was entirely
consumed in a few minutes, and the
brick building adjoining it was ig
nited, but the flames were checked for
a while, Meantime the (levelling
houses on East First street became Ig
nited, and one of them, number H,
was entirely destroyed. It was occu
pied by Mr. Woiuir of tho old linn of
Wenar & Samuels. He succeeded in
saving nearly all ills furnltu e
These houses were tho property
of Mr. Janus W. Swayne. A state
ment of Iho losses ami insurance wl'l
bo found Ik low.
Tho next house Ignited was a frame
budding in tho rear of the brick build
ing on the corner of tho squuo,
number -1. It was a dwelling, house,
and burned rapidly. The name of the
occupant could not be learned, thoiiuh
lie succeeded lu Hiving his furniture
Tho flames then extended to tho two
housi's e.vit of tills one, number 5 and
(I and they were ntpidly consumed
Number f was used as a Chinese laun
dry, tho next as a wagon yaid olllce.
Tho aeljolnlng building was known as
the Thompson Hoiibo.hutit was saved.
They were the property of Messrs. It,
l Tucker, A. Tidb'dl, I. Curb and .1.
it. Thompbon, resjectlvely. Their
losses and iusuiauce aro stated below,
Tho next htiiiso ignited was a frame
dwelling on Fast Klist street, the
properly of James AV. Sway no. The
west end was Ignited and
considerably burned, and tile
cast end torn down to prevent a fur
llier spread of tho lire, hut a favorable
wind saved further destruction In that
direction, except some damago to the
house on the corner of East First and
theliberelbHUie printed, which Calhoun Slieets, Kn. 9, and occupied
belnu,fow'diyri. by Mr, Ooldwjie, mid No, 10 on Cal
houn (street, occupied by Mr. Freeman.
No. 8 on East First street was occu
pied by Itev. Mr. Haskervlllc. All tho
occupants succeeded in saving their
Alter all the frame buildings had
been destroyed it became evident that
tho brick house on the corner of the
square Would be burned and tho atten
tion of the liienien was directed to it.
They w irked valiantly and kept (lie
flames somewhat smothered, but the
building burned leaving nothing but
the brick walls. It was the property of
W. 11. Davis, ami was occupied lis a
lodging house and for ottlcea.
The Pla.a House, on the corner op
posite tho brick, was severely
hcorehed, but was saved from destruc
tion. A brick residence on the southeast
corner of Husk and Eabt Fiist btrcet
was In great danger at one time, but
the uto of street lioso in keeping it
drenched with water saved it.
The diagram of the burned dish let
which we publish in connection here
with, will give a perfect idea of the
The firemen responded promptly to
the call, but the water did not seem to
flow freely at lirst, aud govern!
changes of ho?o to tho lire plugs had
to lie made. Very boon, however,
the -t reams were all playing lively on
the lire, but Hie combustible character
of tho buildings and the high wind
mndo it impossible to subdue the
flames. There can be no blame at
tach d to tho flio department, lor it
displayed great skill and energy in
handling the hose. The citizens pres
ent u'ao gave valuable assistance in re
moving furniture from the burning
buildings and in assisting the llremen
In handling the hose.
The fury of (ho flames was very re
markable. In forty-five minutes afti r
tho alarm was given, the wholo block
wns swept away, and nothing but the
ashes of about ten thousand dollars
worth of property, left hs owueis
with about tiiioe thou-and dollar
In insur.inc'. Tho destroyed pro
perty belongs to enterprising aud
energetic citi.ens however and will
doubtless be Immediately rebuilt
Thoi-quaioand atroetN iurrouuding
tho conflagration were crowded with
vUitorri, many of whom were ladles,
who watched tho grand but fearful
catastrophe with eager interest. The
eouri-hou-o fowei was also filled with
people and tho neighboilng lioiite-tops
had their share.
Tho es-ti mated losso ar o as follow.:;
.lames W. Swayno lost Iiouhu No. 3 on
diagi.nm, a ono story frame dwelling,
burned to theground, valued at M.L'OJ;
Insurance $""0. Hou-o No. 8, a one
story dwelling, almost i, total loss by
lire and being torn down; valued at
7o0, Insur.incoJoUO. House No J), a
ono story dwelling damnged "IO, iu
suruueo $i)0. House No. in, a om
story dwelling on Calhoun sheet
slightly d.uungcd by fire, no Insurance.
Fences mound these dwellings wore
d'uuaged to the extern of $1,11), insur
ance ")0. House No. 1, a two story
from used as a livery stable by W. if.
Freeman, valued at $1,800, no insur
ance V. 11. Davis lost house No. 11,
a tvo Mory luiek, valued at ?3 000, In
sured for $1,500 in the llowuid insur
ance company, and hotiM No. 2, ii one
story traiue dwelling, valued
at ?.ri0!), no insurance.
W. 11. Freeman lost ail ids feed In
tho stable aud uomo haulers. He
stated that his actual less ami the re
sult of being thrown out of Ids stable
and having his horses idle for an lu
definite period will amount to Si',500
Mr. A. Tidlwll lost house No. o, a
one-story frame building, Uf-etl as a
Chinese laundry, valued at 0500; in
surance not known. ,
.1. 11 Tucker lost house No. 1, a two
story frame bulldlnc:, valued at &700;
J, Caib lost house No, 0, a ono-story
frame building, valued ut$100; insur
ance not known.
The Thompson house, on the coiner
of Weathcrfoid and Calhoun sheets,
was slightly damaged by tho In at.
The Plana house, corner qf Husk aud
Weatherford streets, was slightly dam-1
aged by water and heat.
These figures are compiled from the
best infoiniutlon whicli could be
gained. It being Sunday many of the
property owners and Insurance agents
could not bo been, but the information
is correct in general.
The "man in the tower" took in the
fire with a complacency whicli showed
that lie had no propel ty involved.
Tlie disinterested spectator on the
distant corners and mused with satis
factionthat ho had no houses.
The man who eould beat tho fire de
paitnient extinguishing flames was
in town yesterday.
The screams of sonio of tlie ladles
lead many people to believe that it
was a "holocaust."
The reporter was on tho spot upon
the arrival of tho depaitmcnt, aud also
upon its departure.
"Wo have needed a first-class fire
sometime," remarked a gentleman
yesterday. Hut tlie llro occurred at
the wrong p ace.
People in tlie south end of tlie city
all believed tlie El Paso hotel was on
lire until their arrival at that place.
Tho scuudof the fire boll did not
icaeli the Third and Fourth wardois.
The whistle of the locomotives aroused
Many complaints were heard yester
day about tlie inefficiency of tho water
r t, I
New California aud other Canned Goods offlp
0-A.S3ES 350 CASE
Now beginning to arrive at the
Temple Place Fancy Gi
v. v. i'kndiiky, riioi'Minon. Q
ton, daughter of Prof. J. E. Wharton,
aged 15 years.
Near Wills Point, Aug. 20,. Mrs.
Colon Riley, aged 71 Years.
In Austin, Aug. :2S, Mrs. Judith W.
Wulker, aged 03 ycais.
Near Atlanta, Aug. i!i, John Chani
blee, aged (if) years.
In Maishall, Aug. 20, Capt. J. M.
Curtis, aged 73 years.
Akoilous CoiilliiRrntloii Nipped In tlio Hue
ujr J 'ro in lit Aclluii.
About ten minutes before five
o'clock, while neatly everybody in
town was out viewing tlie great file, a
gentleman who was witting in front of
J. 11, Mitchell's storo on Throckmor
ton street, s.iw smoko issuing from an
alley In tho rear of Moseley & Hro.'a
giocery ttore on Weatherford street.
He immediately gave the alarm and a
hose was quickly run fiom in front of
tlie couit-house and can led thiough
Moso'ey & Bro.'sstoio aud turned on
the flames, which were qulckiy'pul
out. It is supposed thai a park from
tho burning stable on Rusk street fe 1
among a lot of o'd and dry
bixts and Ignited them.
'1 he tiro was under control when the
ilreim-n arrived with tho hose pipe,
buckets of wator having been treely
emptied upon it fiom tho adjoining
roofs. Dittlo or no damage was done
but a serious conflagration would have
oceuried had tlie ll tm3 succeeded in
forcing their way within the Me-srs.
Moseley lire's, store.
Tlie interest in tlie revival at Major
Peiiu's tent seems to bo iiiortasiiiir.
There was an imniiine ciowd outlast
night, una tbo services were listened
to attentively by everyone. Thepros
ptoia forgo, d work hero aio quite flut
tering now, and lie will probably bring
many burdened sinners into the
church, and bring many bicksllders
back into the fold, Tlie ton ice con
tinue as heictofoie
DKATIIS IS 1EXAS.
In Hrownwood, July 21, Mrs. Ada
line Wilson, aged 7 yea is.
In Abilene, Aug. 2U, Jnmcs Fletcher
Hampton, son of J. y, Hampton,
aged six years.
In Mineola. Aug. 27, Nona Crab,
diuigl ter of J, V. Crab, aged live
In Comanche county, Aug, 30, Gus.
Randall, of typhoid fever.
In Dexter, Aug. 10. Henry Williams,
aged 10 years.
hi Rrenliam, Aug 31, John Guile
Rankin, son ot John S. Rankin, aged
neaily two yeais.
tuMiueoln, Aug. It), Mrs. llattie
Vooihecs, aged 21 years.
Near Mineola, Aug. 2-j, Ceorgo W.
Humphieys, aged 1" years.
No r Cleburne, September 1st, Mis.
Rebecca Culborhouse nee Subiett.
lnUnnis, Augu-t 23, aged It), MIbs
Mollio Kcmhick, daughter of Mr. and
Near Alvarado, September 2nd, Mr.
T W. lllalr, agetUO years.
At Howie, Montague county. Au
gust 12-t, Jo.sle, only daughtei of Dr.
V. II. and Sue M. Hayes, aged 20
Near ilrenliam, TMiss Lilian Mortis,
daughter of J. C Morris
At 81. Joe, August "(Mi, Willie 13.
Moore, adopted daughter of Mr. 1. N.
Reete, aged lyc.ics, 1 months aud 20
At Miller Giove, August 18th, Dr.
H. 11, b'nllicieo, of pneumonia.
In Linden, August 17th, DUtio
Harry, son of Jus. J. Hall, aged 12
Near Forney. August 2Slh, Martin
Laydon, aged about 100 years.
In Lamar County, Texas, August 21
18S3, T. W. EngUnd Sen., In the cOtli
year of his age.
hi Shemnin, A'Jg. 31, Annie Wliar-
ToxasJ.ho .Stock Journal.
We hud hoped it might never again
bo necessary to refer to tho whole
sale wiro fence cutting that is now
agitating so many minds throughout
Western Texas. We Intel confidently
expected that it would only have its
damaging e-ll'ect In certain localities
and being but a local matter would be
satisfactorily adjusted and be foiever
put to rest by amicable airangenients
whereby the rights and privileges of
all parties in those localities would be
defined and Buttled without injustice
to any one. Rut it appears to bo spieael
ing to all paits of tho Btato where bar
bed wire lias been introduced anil has
become a matter of serious moment to
a great number of our citizens aud of
material damage to the state atlarge.
In discussing tills very unpleasant
subject we have but one object in view
which is the good of tho stock interests
of Texas. This inteiest wo feel sure
would have been better subserved
had there never b 'cu a coil of wire
brought to tlie stato rather than so
many complications should have arisen
out of its use. The country would have
supported more stock, they would do
much better, mature "earlier and
show a greater profit to tho own
e.e, could tho rango sjstem be
perpetuated and pioperly regulated so
as lo bring it to the highest state of
perfection in management of details.
No tine could ask to bo more success
ful than the Texas ranchmen have
been during the past decade; prosper
ity has b ien the lulo without excep
tion, and out of this lias giown the
troubles that are now threatening tho
stale and its most profitable Industry.
We find that those who from small
beginnings in a few years time, have
giown comparatively wealthy, and
who from u knowledge thu' ttio range
would not always bo open and tree,
have secured lauds aud fenced them
with wiie fence, and thus soldi' con
trol tlie water and grass to tlie exclu
sion of all others. Some have en
closed lands they own and contiolled,
and others have enclosed with their
lauds, bodies of land belonging to ihe
state and other individuals. Had
these latter parties owned in fee sim
ple, (til the lands they fenced, hud left
gates atall tho roads in general use for
travel, had obstructed no highway ex
cept by permission of tho county au
thorities, we believe there would have
been no serious trouble or objection,
but some weie not content with mere
ly fencing their own lauds, but would
buy up the watered lauds aud then
oicloso largo pastures, over portions
of which they had very questionable
claims, they obstructed navel with ut
legal j erniission, enclosing settlers and
smttlier stockmen, denying them the
privilegoof hie usoof vacant lands to
which they had equal right and which
they had enjoyed lor years; t-oino even
fenced imsiuies ami kent their own
stock on tlie outside domain, aud this
wiin other minor causes, engendered
ilifeelinir, bitierncsa and lo.dousy.and
smaller owners resorted to cutting
le'iiccs ns (lie remedy, and in a number
of instances huve done so witli a large
showlnu of ilerht on their side.
In this, us in similar cases where
people have fell aggrieved ami uniier
taku to seek a desperate remedy for
their wrojigg (.imaginary or e thonvlsej,
by taking tnelaw jiitotuolr own hands
the remedy has been pushed to an un
reasonable point, beyond whoie the
wronp; ends aud lielit begins. Hud
only the fences of those who enclosed
Iaigo bodies of land not owned or It-used
by them, been cut, such aetiou might
be defensible ami obtain thu moral
support yf all light-minded, honest
men. It began there and should have
Mopped there, but it hu not and now
regurdlew of any man's rights, of the
size of tbo pasture, of any principles or
JuBtl'jo, of land ownership or any other
'"'. slderatlon whatever, fence have
been cut and destroyed.
We bellcvo UuU Rliy and cycry per
son ;4l)lllll llAflllnirJui
and fence nil UiehDdhi
pay lornta price atI4
Mllrr. iiml Hint. i!i ...
should. Illillpr llmliirif.
ast,hiey plciwMYlll tlrim
aim mat lucjiuvtimM
a fliil (I 1 1ll m dmnk u.
moio stringent limu (tlia
tinir ft'iicps slinnli! I id
able by iiiiprisonmiLliiiS
tiary, uuttliat MwrtsM
fp-my clainilnt; to owoti
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Ml; lU.IUIICll L,J 1IIVI.C Ii.
tlie hinds enehxedwikJ
enclosed me so Umitfi
thoeo owning, entlitMij
per otlleers ot tliejf,wi
any citizen oi iuecwB?ri
We do uot tipimiw it
lence ciiiiiiik iiwm'uujj
not be uoticinoptl
is to nrove Jlielrlwii
who hai fairly sndli
a foothold in tue cot
(linn wfi should aODK
s ion of small nrowiel
one anil wo believe (
Iphh thit mattcrt'trjf
iinoii to (lie tnbim
lnmU lu ni.iclifdlSii
ll will litli('Cllk0l.ll
viilnnu nml nfjwoilild
and will lead lotroulfej
of n disregard for lj
take many yearn tor"
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T I). Campbell, Of 1
D, Smith, of Iftrij
tho city yesteruuy. ,
it t. arAKlw.ofll
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at the AIftiopolitoB.fi
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at the Mi'tropolHMj
L lv. Alien, vi '
yesterday to sw
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in the city y9M'3
C. W. Iirfld5f.
came down touwj
O.S. Miller, dW
airs. j. w.-CiM
Saturday wmw :
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