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MAMETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL. II: NO. 72
MABIETTA. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAJiCH 25, 189G.
2'HICE ONE CENT
Believed That the Crisis for
Spain is" Not Far Away.
There Aro Tokens of a Coming Rev
olution Within Her Borders.
With Rebellion In, Cuba, Dancer of War
With tho United Statea, Exhausted
Credit and Cortes Dissolved Pond'
lng Election, She ! In a Had Way.
Havana, March si, via Tampa, Fla.,
"March 34. Spain with rebellion grow
ing apaco in Cuba; tokens of coming
revolution at home; dangers of war
with tho United States; exhausted
credit and cortes dissolved, pending new
elections, is in a perilous position.
Political leaders hero who nro well
informed, say that tho crisis is not
far off. One of tho roformist
party Baid Monday: "When Canovas
succeeded Sagas ta, tho Cuban rebellion
was just begun, and Sagasta, who was
supported by tho fuslonists, offered
him support in whatever war measures
should bo adopted'' to suppress the
trouble. But Canovas, evidently lack
ing confidence in the support of Sagasta
and the fusionists, who, with
tho republicans, formed a ma
jority in tho cortes, and fear
ing a coalition with the
Carlists and other dissatisfied factions,
for tho purpose of crushing him, de
cided to dissolved tho cortes, and, wltl)
all the government machinery at hand,,
obtain a victory over his opponents by
returning n majority in his favor in the
"With this end in view, hp consulted
Gin. Woyler as to tho possibility of
folding elections in Cuba. Woyler not
only replied that it was possible, but
telegraphed his guarantee. that they
would take place. Then Conovas issued
a decree dissolving tho Spanish par
liament. Now when it has
become manifest that no elections can
be hold in Cuba, and Sagasta has taken
a hand and denounced tho action of
Canovas in allowing the cortes to dis
solve at this critical period, tho
political chaos that has followed
is indoscribable. The reform and
autonomist parties in Cuba havo re
fused to tako part in a bogus election,
and tho roform party in Spain talks of
remaining away from tho polls. What
tho outcome will bo no ono can tell. It
would not be surprising If tho repub
licans, who havo been gaining in
strength for some time, should improve
tho opportunity to ovorthrow tho monarch."
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Wnen Yon wot a Lawyer
Do you ask all the attorneys you know to make a bid, and then em
ploy tho cheapest? Do you not rather look for the man
whose skill and knowledge of law insure thorough
effort in your interest ?
The Same Principle
Applies In Clothing!
The diffeience between poor selected goods and good ones is a vital
question to you if you aro interested ! If you aro looking for
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with taste, and a large variety to select
from, drop in
Our Store of Practical Experience.
Oome in and see what a look may save you.
For this week we will place on Sale 3 extraordinary values in
Value No. I:
A good substantial suit in PJam and Fancy Mixtures, well
made and trimmed, worth $00. The Buckeye's Pric only
Value No: 2.
A'strictly all wool suit of the latest Spring Patterns, in Oassi
mere or Unfinished Worsteds, beautifully lined and trimmed,
easily worth $12.00. The Buckeye's Price $7.75.
Value No. 3.
This is a world beater. A genuine imported .Olay Worsted,
Thibet or Serge, in Blue, Black or all the now shades of Brown
and Fancies, in Sack or Frock; Elegant workmanshin and
mM Y!i ' it A.-T, m
Auuor iuung, worm qia ov.
First Communion and
Knee Pants Suits for
All the Latest in Spring Stylep in Stiff, Alpine and Pasha Hats.
Our Furnishing Goods Department contains all' the New and Fashion
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MARIETTA, OHIO. . '
MADE AN ASSIGNMENT.
Kingsland & Douglas, Agricultural Im
plement Manufacturers, Go to tho Wall.
St. Louis, March 34, Tho business
circles of this city recoived a Bhock
Monday afternoon by the announce
ment that Kingsland & Douglas, for
merly Kingsland & Forguson, manufac
turers of agricultural implements, had
gono to the wall. Tho assots and busi
ness of tho firm wero placed in tho
hands of Charles W Bates, attorney for
tho creditors under a doed of trust
Monday evening. Tho principal cred
itors is tho Mechanics bank for
804,500. Tho aggregato of othe
claims is 841,500, carried by 5 firms and
persons. Two years ago tho firm in
creased tholr stock from $100,000 to
8350,000 and Mr. Ferguson, president
of tho Mechanics' bank, withdrew from
the firm. Tho business is remunera
tive, covering the entire world in ship
ments, and it is assured that tho firm
will liquidate dollar for dollar.
THE SILVER MEN
la tho Tenncsseo Doroocratlo Stato Com
mittee Meeting Have Their Own Way.
Nashville, Tcnn., March 34. Tho
state democratic committee met hero
Monday and instructed for two conven
tions, on May 0 and 7. The latter is
the main convontlon, however, as it
will namo delegates to the national
convention, appoint presidential elec
tor'! and nominate a candidate for gov
ernor. Silver democrats carried every
point by surprising forco, the votes be
ing fourteen to five. Chairman Carroll,
in his official call, concludes as follows,
indicating triumph of tho silver idea:
"All voters of tho state, regardless of
past party affiliations, who are willing
to assist in tho maintenance of demo
cratic principles and to support tho
nominees, aro cordially invited to par
ticipate in tho selection of delegates to
Congressman Joslah Patterson de
parted from his recent intention and
did not attend tho committee meeting.
"i ' llothXogs Cut Off.
Akron, 0 March 34. Physicians
Monday amputated both legs below tho
knoe of Ida Nathan, who was buried in
tho snow 80 hours last week. Her con
dition, is critical.
A Farmer Assigns.
Ashland, O., March 24.Danicl Am
brose, a prominent farmer and ox-coro-lier,
assigned Monday to C. P. Winbig
lcr. Assets, 82,500; liabilities about
Charred Hand of u Man.
Lima, O., March 31. Deputy Sheriff
Doit JTishcr found tho charred hand of
a man in a bucket of coal ho had taken
from a bin in tho rear of the county
mi -. . . '. A. - -
tug JiucKeye'a jnce only $10.00
$2.00 worth $ 3.50.
FIRE AT SEA.
British Bark Comes Into Port
With Her Cargo in Flames.
Firo Tugs Summoned to tho Assist
ance of tho Unfortunato Ship.
All Efforts Mado to Quench the ITlnihct
Veins Futile tho Vessel Was Scuttled
and lleachcd Tho Dark ami Her
Cnrgo Will Ilo a Total Loss.
San Fkancisco, March 24. Tho Brit
ish bark Alexander, 8(1 days out from
New Castle, N. S. W., coal laden for
fort Los Angolcs, Cal., arrived off tho
Golden Gate Monday evening In com
pany with tho American schooner Helen
N. Kimball. Tho cargo of the Alexan
der has been on fire for several days
md all stores and movables of that
vessel havo been transferred to the
Kimball. Tho crew of the Alexander
remained on board, and every effort
was mado to quench tho fire before, tho
bark was totally destroyed. Tho two
vessels wero towed to tho nearest mud
flat with all possiblo speed, and firo
tugs wero summoned to tho assistance
of the Alexander.
The Alexander was scuttled and
beached at 8:30 p. m. Flames were
pouring from her hatchway and tho
wooden decks of tho vessel aro almost
totally destroyed. Tho cargo will be a
total loss. Several firo tugs aro flood
ing the burning bark with water.
Ten days ago the Alexander signal
ed the Helen N. Kimball that sho was
in distress. During this operation Capt.
Barfield, of the Alexander, was ser
iously wounded by tho premature ex
plosion of a rocket, which toie awxy
his right leg. His recovery is doubt ul.
The stores of tho Alexander wero
quickly transferred to tho Kimball, tha
afaw remaining also pn board tho bark
and navigating her towards San Fran
cisco, battling with the flames mean
while. When tho Gplden gate was
reached tho flames had trained such
headway that tho crew of tho Alexan
der could with difficulty remain on
deck. Thoy heroically stood by their
Bhip until was beached, when tfiey
were taken ashore la an exhausted con
dition. With tho exception of Capt.
Ilarfield, nono of them nro injured.
Nothing remains of the Alexander
but a badly warped hull.
USED HIS PISTOL.
An Ex-Cntliollo Priest Assailed by a Mob
Throe Men 8hot.
Scbanton, Pa., March 24.--Tho bor
ough of Duninore Monday witnessed
Mis most exciting scenes of its history.
For a month or more an ox-Catholic
priest calling himself Father Ruthven
has been lecturing to women and men
in this vicinity what he alleged to bo
exposures of tho mothods of tho Cath
olic church. Afternoons ho lectures to
ladies and evenings to men. Several
times during tho past two weeks the
police havo beon forced to protect
He lectured in the Christian church,
Dunmorc, a suburb of Scranton, Sun
'day eveniug and some eggs were
thrown at him while he was on his way
to tho car. His strictures on the Cath
olic church had greatly angered the
members of that faith, who are in the
majoiity in Dunmore. Monday after
noon Ruthven lectured to tho Dun
more women and when he loft the
church at 5:S0 o'clock he was attended
by three detectives. A largo crowd of
hoodlums" was waiting for him and sa
luted him with rotten eggs and snow
balls. He walked about fifty feet to
Drinker street and then drew a revol
ver and said that he would kill tho
next man who assaulted him. Some
ono in tho rear of the crowd throw a
missile of some kind and Ruthven
opened fire. Ono of his detectives also
began to shoot at the crowd, and an
unknown man in the crowd began to
shoot back. Then Ruthven and two of
his detectives retreated into a houso
nearby, carrying one of their number'
who was wounded, with them. Ruth
ven escaped from the rear of tho houso
through a vacant lot and ran away.
Three men wero shot. William
Mink, one of tho detectives, received a
bullet in tho broad of his back. Will
Seagraves, who was in tho orowd, re
ceived a bullet in the leg, and it man
named Kelly, also in the crowd, was
shot in tho hip. It is stated that all
will recover. Ruthven is to bo arrested.
Would-be Murderer Filled With Lead.
Bublinoton, la., March 84. Mon
day morning a blacksmith named C. A.
Eckstrom bought a revolver and start
ed out to kill his brother-in-law's en
tire family, and also his own wife, who
was Jn tho same house. Ho failed to
hit anyone, and a. man named Riloy
Bhot him five times from tho window of
his house. Eckstrom was not fatally
wounded, and continued to besiege the
house 'until others arrived on the scene,
when he was, finally killed by a milk
man, who shot two loads of buckshot
into him. Eckstrom was a desperate
character and his wife had left him.
Bank Robber Arrested.
Pan Fkanciscq, March 24.' William
Loughridgo. one of the three men who,
on tho night of February 1 lost robbed
the State Bank of Savannah, Mo., of
14 81,000 8p-yf ar bonds, was arretted Jn
this city on Saturday lagt. Dr. Bonj.
B. Lee, who attempted to sell two of
the bonds was also taken into custody.
The factf q tho arrest ytpro mado pub
lic by the police Monday.
In Senator guar's Furor.
Lancaster P,, March 'M. Com
plete returns from all districts in tha
county for presidential preference give
ftuay J0,iajJ MoKlnley n,po?; Reed COO,
and thq total for other candidates
HIGH HATS IN THEATERS.
Tho Women Can Still Wear Them Tho
Fosdlck 11111 Defeated In tho House.
Columiius, O., March 24. Tho houso
Tuesday morning defeated Fosdlok's
hat bill after it had bc'on amended to
place tho responsibility upon tho the
atrical managers and exempting women
from punishment. Tho voto was 47
yeas to 45 nuys, lacking a constitution
al majority. Thcro wero numerous
humoious amendments offered and
Stewart, of Springfield, proposed to
amend by making it a misdemeanor for
men to go out between tho acts for
drinks; also, requiring the governor to
annually appoint a chief inspector of
hats, ho Is to appoint deputies in all
cities. Thoy would seio all tho hats
worn in violation of tho law, for pay.
Theso were disagreed to. Fosdlck said
it was a temperanco measure, as high
hats drive men to drink betweon acts.
Starr, tho 77-year-old member from
Williams, favored tho bill, because, ho
said, every time ho went to tho theater
ho thought lie was in a turkey roost,
and tho feathers wero all turned tho
wrong way. A number of friends of
tho bill wuic absent, and an effort will
be mado to havo it reconsidered.
IN FAVOR OF SILVER.
nesolutlons to That niToot Will Hn Intro,
duced In tho Cuming- Miners Conven
tion. Columiius, O., March 24. The silver
question ill bo one of the topics dis
cussed at tho annual state convention
of the United Mine Workers of Amer
ica, to be held hero next month. A
resolution indorsing silver lias been
prepared by several gentlemen piomi
nently identified with tho organization,
and notices are being sent to the local
unions throughout the state to como
prepared to vote on it. The resolution
is as follows:
' "Resolved, That wo, the, undersigned
officers, by direction of tho abovu
named organization and its members,
and as a constituent body of the Amer
ican Federation of T.abor, do heroby
most respectfully request that tho
United States senate pass a law
'giving to the people of tho United
States free and unlimited coinage of
silver at tho ratio of 1(S to 1, w ithout
waiting for the aid or consent of any
other nation. We aro of tho opinion
that to do so would relieve tho present
monetary stringency, and contiibuto
toward bringing to us a return of na
Tho Wnshburn-llalllgnn CoITeo Co. llulld
litff at Davenport, la., Destroyed.
Dvvkntobt, Iu., March 24. At 11:18
jOVlock Monday night firo broko out in
tihi elevator- slinf t of the -four-story
building occupied by the Washburn
Halligan Coffee Co., at 115 East Second
stieet. The flames spread rapidly, ow
ing to the inflammable nature of tho
i At ono o'clock Tuesday morning tho
Washburn-Halligan building was a
Lompleto ruin and tho plant of tho
Daily Leader, which occupied the front
t portion of tho west half of the double
1 structure, was in flames and will
probably bo almost a total loss.
The loss on stock of tho Washburn
Halligan company is $120,Q0O; insur
ance, S3S.000. Tho loss on building will
be about 315,000. Tho Washburn-Halligan
company is one of tho largest eof
feo and spice concerns in tho west and
has branches at Kansas City, Omaha
anu si, Jjouis.
Tho Barhcntlne 1'rom Flnlta Gorda for
Baltimore, March 24, Tho barken-
tino Robt. S. Patterson, which sailed
from Punta Gordo, Fla., January 23, for
Jiaitimore, is believed to nave been
lost. Tho vessel, which is now 55 days
out, carried a cargo of phosphate rock.
She was commanded by Capt. Tun
nell, of Philadelphia, and carried n
crew of 15 men who were shipped from
' the Quaker City. Capt. Tunnell was
tho managing owner of the vessel.
Thero is e, very probability that the ves
sel has been lost in ono of tho severe
gales which havo swept the Atlantic
coast recently. She may, however,
havo been disabled, or, being wrecked,
her crew may havo been picked up by
a vessel bound to a distant port.
Holiness Trouble Caused a Suicide.
MASSftfON, 0., March 24. Philip
Morganthaler committed suicide by
hanging at ten o'clock Tuesday morn
ing in consequence of insanity sup
posed to havo originated over mining
losses sustained three years ago. His
wifo had been afflicted with mental dis
order for somo time, and the two
watched each other, and brooded ovei
their troubles. Thoy lived on tho most
fashionable street, and were people o)
Cost of tho filarquetto llrcakwater
Washington, March 24. Secretary
Lamont Tuesday sent to tho house
tho roport of Capt. Scars, qf th(
corps of engineers, on an examination
of Marquette harbor, Mich., with
viow tp establishing a breakwatoi
there. Hq estimates tho cost of s
breakwater 500 feet long atPresque
Islo Point nt 820,000, and one of 1,00
feet at 850,000.
Disbarred From Tractlco.
Washington, March 34. Secretary
Hoko Smith has' Issued an order dis
barring rom practice before the de
partment Wm. B. Phillips, of Guthrie,
Oklahoma territory, formerly of Lang
ville, O., for impersonating a United
States officer pf 'tho pension bureau.
Mrs. Davfdsoa on Trial.''
San I'JiANcisco, March !J4. Mrs.
Mary A. Davidson, cjmrge'd with ex
tortingMOO. Jrqm,jSey. jDf. Jlrown, of
tho First Congregational church, this
city, was placed. oatrlal In the superior
A cream of tartar Making Poler. HlKheai
M all In leavening strength Latest Unllec.
Motet Government Food Report.
KOVAL 1JAK1NO POWDEIt (JO . 106 Wall St.,N.
(Tew and Interesting Ilappenlnes Within
What It Costs to Carry on tho Uot eminent
for Ono Year.
Columbus, O., March 24. Chairman
Alex Boxwcll, of the houso finance
committee, introduced tho final ap
propriation bill. This bill, which
is known as tho general appro
priation bill, for tho last threo
quarters of 1890 and the first
quarter of tho next fiscal year, amounts
to 83,744,800. This, together with the ap
propriations made in the partial appro
priation bill, which amounted to S350,
111, and in other special bills, including
tho deficiency bill, will make tho sum
total of appropriations to date a littlo
The most important appropriations
Board of public works, gl7,17o; canal
commission, S3.9DS; Wilberforco univer
sity, 815,000; Miami university, S15.000;
Ohio university, 815,000, Athens state
hospital, 8102,033; Dayton stato hos
pital, 8100,125; Longviow state hospital,
SI 10,000; Massillon stato hospital, 8100,
000, Boys industrial school, S08,S05;
Girls' industrial home, 828,001; Ohio sol
diers' and sailors' home, 840,000, includ
ing 825,000 for building a wing to tho
new hospital, Ohio soldiers' and sail
ors' orphans' homo, 8129,510; Ohio hos
pital for epileptics, 8181,921; Working
home for tho blind, S3.000; Institution
! for the blind, S41.591; Ohio stato re-
foimntory, S134.000; to aid in tho sup-
t port of the deaf mnte school at Cinciu-
WON HIS SUIT.
A Cripple Gets a Verdict for 810,000
Dtmagcs Against tho Baltimore Ohio'
NonwAi.K, 0 March 24. William
Sutherland's attorney, -this city, has
been notified that bo won his suit in
the United states supremo court Mon
day. Sutherland was badly hurt
in tho Baltlmoro and Ohio yards,
at Chicago Junction 14 years ago. He
sued the company, obtaining a verdict
for 810,000. The caso was appealed
through all state and federal courts.
Ho gets S14.000, including interest.
Sutherland is helpless. Ho resides in
Oil In Adanls County.
Winchester, O., Maroh 21. There is
considerable excitement in Meigs and
Franklin townships, this (Adams) coun
ty, over a very favorable outlook for,
tho discovory of oil in paying quanti
ties in that vicinity. A. F. Marshall, of
Tranquility, O., and who represents
ouo of the wealthiest oil companies in
tho east, is now in that neighborhood
leasing all tho land possible, and tho
people aic encouraging tho enterprise.
Dying of Hiccoughing,
HiLLsnoito, O., March 24. A remark
ablo case of hiccoughs has been occupy
ing tho attention of tho local physicians
of this place for tho past ten days. Miss
Lida Ferguson, a young school-teacher
of Rainsboro, whllo In a fit of laughter
was suddenly thrown into hiccoughs
whllo in hor school-room, and now lies
at the point of death, medical skill fall
ing to do hor any good. She hiccoughs
at the rato of 40 a minute.
Cot.umbub, O., March 24. Gov. riush
ncll Mondayvpardoned Napoleon Mc
Cauley, convicted of burglary and lar
ceny in May, 1895, in the Montgomery
countv courts. His time exnircs Anril
19. Ho also pardoned Oscar Murphy,
who was convicted in February. 1894.
of manslaughter and sentonccd to four
years. Ho was sent to. tho penitentiary
trotn oicrmont county.
Flist Ileglmcnt lloslgnatlons and Elec
Columbus, O., March 21. Tho resig
nation of Capt. F. J. Herrman, of Bat
tery D, First Light artillery, Cincin
patl, has beon received by Adj't Qbn.
Axllne. " An election for tho successor
of Maj. Russell Pettlbonc, of tho First
regiment, has been called. Thq nomi
nation will occur on April 3 and tho
election on April 0.
Compiles With the Garflold X,aw.
Warrbn. O., March 84. Tho first
candidate to comply with the Garflold
bill to prevent corrupt practices at
elections was J. L. Herzog, republican
nominee for justlcq of he peace in
Warren, who filed a statement Tues
day. His expenses, ho says, were
' Hung lu'EftlgyT
Fort Gibbon, I. T., March 24. Tho
bill Introduced by Congressman Little,
of Arkansas, to remove the United
States court from thisTplaoe 'meets with
great opposition here. Unknown per
sons bunday night fixed an effigy of tho
congressman to & telegraph polp, where
It was founchanging Monday morning,
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Arrival and Departu.ro of Trains,
n. & o s.w.
Dkpart-0:oo a. m 10M0 a. m., 2:00 rm 4:tS
p. m 7:0Op. in., ii:25p. m.
AIKlvFr8-05 a-m 8:i n-i 12:JS, p. m 1:35
p. &., 0:40, p. m., 8:S5p.m. v '
r.. T. & O. C. Ex.
V5AVJ?; a.icp m0:00,4:C0a.m
arrive 12:20, 7:isp m. 7:45a m
C. &. M.
Ay i 0:25a.m. J:55p.m
Atmivz H:1B a. m., 7:05 p. la
LEAYX.. ft,n a .v. o An m
Amvk 10:10 a.' m.',' 5:56 pirn
O. R. It. n. (Eastern Time.)
fourn io.25, 2:10 a.m ; 7:50 p.m
North ii:i6 p.m.; 8:10,7:23 a.m
1 Is it not true I
Buying goods on credit is
largely a habit. If people f
i could not obtain credit f
i they would find some way
f of paying Cash.
I The best proof of this is
found in the case ot rail-
road travel, People know
I if they do not pay Cash
f for their tickets they can-
not travel. Why should
it be more of a hardship
to pay Oash for Clothing
4 than to pay cash for rail-
All that is necessary to bring
cash buying, is laying low
for a week or two in order
1 to catch up.
People who buy goods on
X credit are led into pur-
f chasing goods they can
s get along without. In
this way they keep on
Mortgaging their future. (
jTlic money earned to-day,
t goes to pay for the pur-
chase of yesterday, while
the purchase is a charge
& against the earnings of to
& morrow. We preier to
cater for the cash trade we
? can afford to sell goods
Six Men OTercome hy Gas nnd Two o-t
Dubois, Pa., March 24. Fire broko
out in the Adrian mine No. 2, Delaney,
Jefferson county Monday morning.
Supt. W. Robinson and five men entered
to locate the fire. They wero overcome
with gas and rendered unconscious. A
rescuing party was organized andChas--Lawrence
and Isaac Junes were found
dead. The others will recover. The
mine is owned by the Rochester &
Pittsburgh Coal and Iron Co.
SlcVlcker-s Will Probated.
Chicago, March 24. The will of Ulu
late James H. McVicker, tho theatrical
veteran, was filed in the probate court
Monday. The estate is actually val
ued at 8750,000, but only one-third of
it is shown in the court record because,
$300,000 worth of his property was giv
en to his widow before his death, 8350,
000 of it beincr in McVicker's thnnt-
stock. All tho remainder is left tof
Mrs. McVicker and the only son, Hor
ace. Prominent G. A. It. Man Dead.
Bloomikqtojt, 111., March 24. 7apt
A. 0. Sweeter, ex-commander cf tho
Illinois division, Grand Army of the
Republic, died suddenly from heart
failure Monday, oged 57. Ho was a na
tive of Maine. He served in the Eighth
Illinois and the Thirty-ninth Illinois.
Ho was elected commandor in 1887 and
served ono year. Ho will be burled
Wednesday with full honors of th
O. A. R.
Reached the ConturyMarlc.
HirxsnoRO, O., March 24. Geo. Smiih,
an aged colored man, died Sunday at
the county infirmary, and was buried.
Monday in the Catholic cemetery. Ho.
was tho only colored corpso eyer In
terred In the Catholic burial ground at
this place. Ho was about 100 years old.
Naval Cadets. '
Massillon, 0 March 24. Congress
man Taylor gave notice Monday that a
competitive examination for appoint
ment as cadet in tho naval academy
would bo held in Alliance, on April 25.
A Columbus Assignment.
Columiius, 0., Marth 24. W. S. Ida
Monday night assignod to 3dyln R.
Sharpe. Assets estimated at 8340,000;
liabilities, 8170,000 Cause, slow re
turns on real estate
Austin, Tex., March 34. It was re
ported hero Monday night, that Judge
John n. Reagan, tho last survivor of
tho confederate states cabinet, is dying
at his home in Palestine, where he has
been sick for Bomo days. ,Gpy, Culbert
son has received no news from him ino?
doubts the accuracy of the ruiuerv
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