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Tim MiitiN'ii-Jijiiii'Ji,iiiiijic;- Vol
SPUIXGKJULD, ()., TUESDAY i.V'KNLNCi OCTOIJUIt 20, 1885.
. xxa.1. No. urn.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
ff-vi-'U, ' ... "Vv ." VE, .? '
WAMiiwitrm, O i 1'J Fur Ohln Valley unci
lonnrrx'O, light local rln, tullnaul l.jr diarlng,
ooller acatlmrj liiililttilii( tu we at ami liollh,
li I Kli(?r baroinrler,
Oct. 20, 1S85. J
We desire every word we
print about Clothing, Furnish
ing Goods and Hats, to be
taken at face value. No
more, no less.
Facts will bear us out in the
statement that you'll find here
not only the largest, but the
best displayed slock in Spring
field. We substitute for the bare,
clingy, barn-like apartments in
which these goods are usually
displayed, brilliantly lighted
and handsomely arranged
To the advantages that grow
out of such perlect facilities,
such immense stocks and com
plete assortments, we add low
est known cash prices, and the
privilege to return such gar
ments as are found not suited
to your taste upon home ex
amination. Seasonable and reasonable
men's suits $4.50, 5.00, 6.50,
7.00,8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00,
12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00.
Separate Coats, Vests, Panta
loons. Twice or thrice the
quantity to select from, with
safety in buying from reliable
We have already sold more
overcoats than all last year.
What does this mean?
We have scarcely begun; we
mean to send overcoats a hun
dred miles away.
Underwear nowhere so gen
erously dealt in as here. Line
upon line are ready to be quick
The "Challenge" Double
Seated Canton Flannel Draw
ers, 50 and 75 cents, are not
to be found outside. Neither
are Brown Gum Rubber Coats
with handsome velvet collars.
I Iats - New line for boys'
school wear, 35 and 50 cents.
Look out for a hundred doz
en Scotch caps in time for the
Originators ol, and Only One
Price Clothiers in Spring
field. Fresh Cut Flowers
RECEIVED EVERY MORNING AND EVENING.
ItuKf llinls Miillax,clH.
Wo mikeHifi"altyir KI.OH M WnitKIn
tin I MMI Illj-KISN, hii.I uppr.U'r me di-i-o-railum,
fur iili nlc mlnna
Widu'iigs, Parties, Tunerals. Ftc
Our Nnveliy ileparlinent contains Kreiit har
KaliiHon thu ,
f Cnt Connt(r.
We hvu NKW K M.I, (l(X)IH ul er) low
prlc a, tap elt.ll) In IjlamiHiiil 1 mum,
SPRINGFIELD SEED CO.,
LuKOU'lu llou.e llluok,
l.lmeat'iiie n reel,
N.W.K OF MIIMK
VOTICK In liorehy Kheii that the, city ul
l FpiliiKlW'lil.Olilu. will utter liirmle to tin'
Filtth, fUanl hett tilthlcr lit the council chiiiii
liertti hum riiy, 011 Tucwlii), tho jiuli ihu ul
Octnlior. A II. IhVi, Kt 7 We luck in. Uu
Ikii1m of Miiil rlty to tho h 1 outit of thirty
tliuimmi'l (J.IH.IMII itiilimii, of the ilciiuinlnailiiii
nt olio ihniianit it,fM)i I'o lam, each Itj titfur
fi per cent per anmiiii Inlcrc-ii pauhl H'liit
annuali), wt tliu ollli't) ol It i ill trcarjiirc r in
HitH city, or at tliu ImiKirtera'niiil 'lra'ler' &
tlonal flunk In New York city, at thee option ol
tho holder the rcor,nii thi'tlrM itay of Sliirch
aiidhepluiiiher In each ear null I the . infill
ol tho nrtiicipiil ttifriof pahl hoiiila to he
coupon l-nntta, t.ah1 hond-i to hu l-dnil for the
puri-ohe, of otitattiliiK mctuia for thee pn)iiic.iil
of tiui lontof thee mill 11 miter on (Vim r airee t.
In Cuiitrratreet setter illatrli t or Kwer illa'ilet
No. e Bal'l lunula to ho due hii.I pavahlo an
folluwb: Five llioiiHHnil i$.i,jiO) (loilaia M,
ti'iulicr lat, ivm, ami tvi llumMiml ,wi . ol
Urn 011 tliu flrht itay of Kuiileint.'r each eur
tlierealler until ilia wtiulu umoiiiit li iali,
n. I ulii'U aolil iiru In liu iiikiniiiiil pal'l for by
the iiurehifu-r tlieieof, ul tho oflliu of tliu elty
trnikiirvr III till" elly wllliln nitii-u (15) ila
Irmii the iltiy of khIo
IIIiU lor tho iiurchaMi of aalil tmuilii may he
fl eil In urllliiK Mltli tliu my ikik ul mi)
tlinu irlortoth Hum alaive uaiiiul for the
ftaluof Haiti tiomlH, mi I hiiU eiliiin eittalor
In urltliiK, will he reielvtil by aiihl rounollon
ml.) jiih ilnvof (letolwr l 7i ii'iIih k p. in,
win ii all UiU lll Iwivniklclereil bv thu rlty
couui'll unit nul bouili will laiaiilil at not It-aa
than parvaliinainl aceruiil lutereat, xubjett to
thuioiidllliiualiuruliibuiorti et forth, to the
tiUlu ul ami boat bhlilor.
Hy order of louurll
U6 b. J, H. dllKWALiTKU, City CI rk.
NKW Y0KI( POLITICS.
.1 A Kir IMI'VI.Si: AI'I'AHK.Sr IS
1UK Uei'Vlll.lVAS M.I MI-AIIIX,
rornln'r'a Itfi eptlnil IliNnwtnik Hlntff
I in mrt mil .MoiPiiii'Ml .inoiii; lliu IiIaIi
Aiiierli'iiiii Tlir nt, Mollil fur tilt llu
pulillriiii ('Hiiiliilalev, lliiiunport iiml
Nnv VmtK, Oct. 20. The lmfiiile glen
to llie rfpulill'rtn lativa'i In th'i "bite hj llic
rejtilt ol tin- Ohio elecilon la to 'ie lurthir in
ircHseil by iLu appearand; of (!oTi-tao elect
I'lirnkpr within ita borders, lie n'll lime
enllitulajt'c rccept'Tru liy the gallant repuli
llcam ol L'liaiiliiuiiin, at the lieautllul and
tbririnir cityof Jamislown, and at Hoclieiter,
anil then again in thlfdij. IIre In New
York, the lridh Anuricuna are enthusiastic
and m rattle, and are doine; InilmlrloiH nmt
hearty work. At a riant convention In
t'nion iiiirt' large numbers were p isent. In
addition to the tegular d( legale a great crowd
ol ajmpalliirers, who will vote for Daienport
and I'arr, Hire preeenl. llehlnd the chaiinian
was a large painting of Mr. I)aeupor' ea
ehrouiled with Irish ami Atneiican II igi.
Kviry red rem e to the rrpubiii an (andidate
ni greeted with applausr. Dich delegate
reportid the progiesi made in Ins dmtrht,
which nhuwril that not only tlioe who voted
lor Itlalue and l.ogan, but a lery large num
ber nlu) oImI fur l.'leiel.md and are digiHtid
with Hl8 pull y, will this lime cast their ballots
lor the lull republnan stale ticket Cumou'l
lor (leorge W. I)nme said that
he had spoken at niietuigs in
uiatiy aibemldi ilMUkts on the West Side and
found the riithusiaBin unhoiimlul. "Ihedeui
ocrats told tu at Ohicigo list J ear," he said,
' to go We win', and are continuing to go
so last that lliej would mall the nomination
ol (irover Olevelat-d, if tloy c uld, to ap-
piaeus. I". .1. Magiure snhl Ihatthcllld
asemhl disiilct a in good wirkihg order.
Ilouiiuick Ile.liu snid that he would neier
again vote a ill w ratic ticket. IMwHr I Cun
ningljam iur tl.c Vth district, mid that all
the old llliine and l.ogan men among the
lrih-. merit an were with hiru and many
more beidis. Khrard Wall, n presenting
the Vlth iJiFtrici, tnld tint he would haw
a mas meeiing in his neighborhood Wednes
day cuiiing, while Captain I'. J. Coleman
and ThouiH Martin rp ke a' length of the
(moil-aging priHn-ct9 in the ih and XIV h
assembly diime , rep,tti(ly. "We hale in
my diiliiit .JUT uiemliers on the lUt, nhiih
will be more, than doubled le ore diction
day," said U'ptam (Joletnan. Kier delegate
had something to sty about the large numli-r
of n.lelbgent young mi n who were joining
the.org n alion. Thu ilmlrman liupri-ssul
upon lb, di legates the necessitj ol b ing
lojal to ilii" entire republican state ticket
"Let thire bo no such thing," slid Mr. It iwe,
".a Kiting lor one man tin the republKanaud
another on thu demoiratlc ticket If it be
known that an) man nnans to do that lethiui
becxpclhd, for il our name ludiialrs any
thing it Indiana lojalty to the principles
whiih we pn les-." Vpplaiw The lolluw
tog resolution wu3 pa.-ed ati.ul applaur
"'I hat wet tlie Irish-.Vrnericau ir.dependenti
of the city and lonnty ot .Vew 'oIk, recom
mindtieuiral Miihail Kerwin, of tbe New
York Tablet, as landulite for feMtriil' and
that a loinriuttee be afiointed to wait on the
rt-puhluan cmnlj convi iitiun on Tuesdiy to
urge hH nomii atiou liy that body."
Captain I. C. Dooley, in supporting tbe
rtrolutioa, said that Ihe republican party
were never known to knlle an) cindidale
at the polls beiause he hapfa'tied to be an
Irishman, so th'it t.e.ides Ihe tens of thou
auds of I-i-h-Anierlcan vote (lemral Ker
win would itcuie, he would also have the
united support of all republn tins. Applause.
Itepiibbcau prospicts aru viry bright iti
llruolvlyu and Kings (ounty.
Heath of tbe lit mNImiiI I'onliuiiKlur
Hiecial to the (tlulie-lb-piibilc.
1'iTTkHLiiii, Oit. 'JO. Hon. Malcolm Hay,
attira lingering illness of fen nil weeks,
passed lalmly away at ( .ID this morning.
1III I I'.l JCIIM.
l'our petsous wi re burned to iliath In a cot
tage whkh took tire at Chicago.
Hie republic in jollifii alion on Haturday
night at lfilisburo, O., was a uiagtilfueut af
fair. Isaac Kjle, living in the nortlurn suburbs
ol I.aniastir, Ohio, fatally shct a Irntnp, who
had entered his stable.
Jabii Phillips and wife, In ing near Anoka,
In 1., were puisomil, the tunnir d)ing, the
latur Mnir at death'" door.
Henry I'aust was killed und several ntluis
were St riously woundi d by a tirnble built r
explosion at (ireenMlle, I'a.
U. Ilarlholdi, the siulptor of the staiu of
liberty, will nail lor this country on tbe 'J4'h
insiaul and spend fltveral weeks h re.
The local health authorities ot t'rtiria. 111 ,
have dnidid to talfe active miasures lor
stampirg out ihe small poi in that ul).
In .Ve York prominent demoi ratic pod
'b I'ini ascribe the uVraoirttic dt leal in 01 1 1
to .S'.eriuan's rpeeches and the (iirman vote.
The case ot Minnie Wa laie Walkup a
In au Iful aril acumpllslied woman au-iwd ot
the murlerof her tu band, is now on trial at
Kmp rla, Kansas.
No pe,,l grand jury will be impamled
I r Ihe Itmstlgatlon ii the i lei Hon Irallils,
at Cmcinnaii, and ihe will come hi tore the
legu ar .Vnembrr granti jur).
irangi menu are lien g mu ii fur a r.pnl
bcui iua- me, 'ii in , i ivi , iare garn n,
Ntvt V rk I' n'a) ei i.n.t'. ai .hub lihi
no -el 1 1 ) nn, ol Ohio, will b- the p in
c pal si e ikir.
Mil's M)rl S yiui.iir, daughter of promt-
'It 111 'ihallt ol CI Irland, was llilllet.
tn.tl) iinrriiil in uu-uts A K l.aiiie-iie,
an iiiipietentlius dr.igmsi, at Lake Cuaulaii.
A mai'iiifnent -t' n rarecilored nbmes,
tl pn Ji r y ol ihe wjte of a ton o Cliarl
Ho r, , I Ciucmiia'i, was lo.l and ul erwarde
ieiv.rd by the poiuttr ot a die, ill, at
You gntown, tl no.
The ta.'uti press Is almost unanimous in
ileni llliillig the ilrmwralii eiictioll Irauds at
I'iuil .nati, andsa) thiir puiilsliuient Isalmost
ainatnrol lite and death lot thu people id
II) the opening ol a switch at Carlisle, 0 ,
on the Cuiiiiiiuti, Hamilton and Dayion road,
eiglitten iars ot a lr iglit train were ditched,
and the engineer and llnunii were badl)
bruiiid, liaiel) taviug thiir lives.
The Milornl people ot 1,'imglon, Kv , held
a mas uiieliug, at nliicli they pisrel resolu
tions lespictlully ilniiandlng belter schoul
buililuigs lor their iluldrer, and a tall is iiua
itsiud lor a state convention ol colond men.
I 'i 1".HD ihe potato was first brought Into
(lirmany. The first seed potatoes in .Saion)
ere a pnseiit in IS'.ll from the latidgiaie
ot lleae to the elfctor ol Kamny, In I1117
ihry were grown as 1 luetics In garden at
l.eip g. KhuIisIi so'diirs brought them in
to Wclcrii (ieruianr ah nit the conclusion ol
ihe Tluiti Y.ais' Vr. 1 11 1717 they were
imroduc d luto Miony from llrabaut, ami
wlihlu twenty-hie years the) lagan to be
regul r) ill v iied, Ihelr like being mm h
devil ipul lu the I'liiine period of 1770-71.
In the )iar iiHl oi.r nine million acris
eie given up to the tultiv-iiou of putt, 01 s
in (irrnian.', the p.oduct amounting tu 'J 1,
111 K HANK IIAI.I. JHHKTltlll.
Allien nf tho Arbllrntlon t'oliinilttrt' na to
Non .lleinbrra of tbe AKreelllelit.
II rom Morning 1 lltlon.
Nrw Viiiik, Oil, in rim meeting of the
arbitration cominlliio ot baseball clubs ad
jourmd at one o'clock yesterday morning,
alter they had organlieil by electing N. I!.
Young chairman, an'l ('. II. Ilyrne secretary.
One of (lie moil Important actions ot tho
meeting ol this committee was n resolution
which lliey pas-ed to the effect that contract
belwein playcri and clubs not members of
the naliiinal ngnenietit at the present lima
would not bo reiognised hy them, bill on
Die. H. wheu they meet again at Philadel
phia, the eastirn leegne, the southern lcagii"
or any other asfoi latum wishing to be
come co-members under the national
agriement, an do so and rrcilvn the tame
protection as the League and American as.o.
coition. By this time, however, thu Aniirl
(au association will be able to strengthen tho
utnk niiiits In their clubs with the best
platers of Hip smaller amnciatlons.
The malingers of the Hislern and Sou'li.
em leagues lime spared neither time nor
inonty to bring out good players only to have
'Inm taken away by th' league iKSoclalions.
The liagiiewns in faior of admitting the
Kistirn league under the new agreement, but
theAmeriian association I ought against It,
and carried tin ir point. .John I. Ilugi r, one
ol 'he ill legates Irotn Philadelphia, worked
hard lor the Diitern liague, lint without
am-' The IbMroit-lluflaldidal was laid over
until Ihe next me, ting, as was the cac of
tilemon, of hi, Louis. Hut few of the dele,
gales remained in Hie (ity until today, and
mii'l ol tbo'e wl.o wire si en expresgttl thetn
f( Ives diss itislicd with the new national agrie-
Ill: HAi .1 II III II Hill. I, Kit.
Tbe Ilia mitt I'llL-bt of tlm I'rinre. of Hu
nt) Ciiiinly htiirtle-i HiMitlera.
rrniii Morning Kdltlou.J
IvniANiiMiia, tl 1. pi. lheimbezzl, inenta
of Hen lllanihard, the Terro llauto land
agent who has disappiared, are now esti
mated at upward ot t. It) 000. He was the
young man who went from an Indiana vil.
Inge to Terre Haute a few )car- ago and in a
modest "vay lagan business as a real estate
agent. He rooii branched out and esta
lished a large 1 line, unplovlng many clerks.
He had advtrti-ied extensively in Indiana
and Cliicngo papers, and he spent money so
lavishly that he soon became known hs
"The Prince of Kinney count). " He sent
nut ex iirsious to ICanjis and Dikota every
few day, and it was generally suppo'ed
that be was rapidly becoming very weal-by
from his sales 1. 1 western lands. It was "a
common thing for hirn to charter a spicial
train lor a business trip to (.'iicagu or some
Indiana ton n.
No one gave jo lavishly to tbcthurcbia
anil to ilmn ies as Hen lilanchard. l'ropli-
ho had money ware anxious to place it lu
bis hand". The returns were la-ge and
alwa)s prompt. He took money Irom every
pcr-on who oil red to make 1 ,ans to him, in
Hiiiuunt ranging from f J', up to fJO.OOO No
one suspected him ot dUhouest methods, and
his HiidiU-n disappearance has caused gicat
I'li.iuimnt among his numerous creditors.
'I be Ward ('it.,,, l.uhi over.
Xiw Yolik, Oct lit. l'erdinand Ward
as brought into thu court of oyer
and termini r for trial this morning
He was accompanied by his attorneys,
(iincr.l Truly and Huurkc Coch
ran. Altirsome 1I131 "d-ioti lu rtgaril tu the
sulHiitution ot a new indu tineiit, which
covers the ground ol all the others, the iise
was continued until this afternoon, wlien it
was laid our until next Thursday. The
prieciitiiig attorney decide 1 to go Inrwnrd
with the trial on the lormer indictment, on
the grounds that . S. Wa-ner, the witneu
1 hit II 1 iclitii upon to pr'.ve thecal, bating
bet ti arrealei-l.hi might be legally iniapacitated
from giving teslimouy therib), and thus the
case woiud prnituall) go by delault.
Tlit .liutia't, 1 lucent Appointment.
AhiiiM. itiN, ()i t. 1U. I'rieuds of tbe
prerident are urging bun to make public 1 tie
mi mi s ot those who, with llepresentatiie
Springer, line ked Judge inietit lor his ap
pointment 111 New Meiico. There are those
here who prcfe-n to believe that some Fiheme
of Iraud Ins behind the appointment itselt)
that Vincent was selected b) certain persons
to serve as their tool in New Mexico, and
was pushed into ibi place with the fore
knowledge that lie would servo the corrupt
ring of which Djrsey was but a number.
The truth or falsity ol this could be rcalily
atcertainid if tht nanus ot thone who inlcr
esied theuiselied iu his appointment were
A Hear UuMer1 lei rl lilt, 1 ule.
IlltMAIIi k, I)lk , I) t. It) Jo-ell UlggS,
who, with 11 part) ot friends, was hunting in
thu Hockies, was killtd in an encounter with
a gri.ly bear on Pn la) bmt. He shot Ihe
bear lit fore he was killed himself. Afur
It gg. had di-uduirgel Ins last cartridge, the
wounded btar rusrud at linn uniliidmth
-triiggle euriied, Ilinwing his long Icuile,
Itiggs stabbed the lerociuus aiiliual in the
heart, but not until In- himself hud la en dis
cuihiwcltd His bedy was fouuil b) his
( nun anions si veral hours atttr the IiiIbI
snuggle, and was taki n tbiuiih here lint
ihl'I'I in route to bis foriut r home 111
I..irthiiiuit I v, in incut in tl, iiiifurt.
Fiimmilii, S C..lici li. Hxi it, merit
in II auh.rt (ouiil) oier tt.e earil 'piake that
has 11 nt a c tiiism ot unknown depth in I, m
laire townahip cunimues tinaba'ed. It is
in ar the iSniioli i bun h 1'lie fHsun txiuds
dim l in miss thu pul lie n.nd ntnr the
(hunh II is iwn inches in wulili and about
oni Inn drul )ards lu length, a id iippi ars to
i" steadily wideniigai lie late ot about a
ijuarter 1 1 an inch a ia. tome ot the peo
ple have la-come Irii hteiicd and are mining
awa) Irom the plate.
ruritkt'i 10 (to to JVt-H 11rk.
Nih Yonk, Oil. 1!). tiovirnor-eliit
Forakir.ul tb.io, is upeited in this lily
Thursla). Arrangemintd aru laing niNile
lor a mass me. Hug in Madi?uu Niuure tiarden,
on Krida) evening, ai whiih he will be thu
principal -pcakrr. .--.eiiiiior Lvarls will pri
sule. Hon Ira IMvenport and (Jen Carr,
with a iiiiij irit) of the other candidates on
the ticket, will be iu attindanie.
law lli-r Cblbl lliipulrd 01, 1111 Iron tliianl.
Cm 1 uina Ind, Hit. lu ttlic llisscll
Hutel, this illy, yesterda), thu Iwo-year-ul I
bo) of Charles W'iIsjii till Irom 11 second
story window. Tbe )ouug mother lnnkid
down only to sie the bod) hinging tran-hxed
on ihe p dills ol tho iron guards beloH
Though silll alue lu, can not recover.
Ibi Ifivll Yi--itt,riliiy
At New York New York fi, Metropolitans
I; sen u innings; darknesi. '
AI Pbiladtlplna Philadelphia .1, Athlet
The largest cotton plantation In the world
is I. Itichardsou s, ot Mississippi. He owns
plaiiiatiniis 111 the Mississippi valley that iu
anti. belli ui da)s wire valued nt marly .M--uuu.uOM
iiiio.ig ILvm tits latnous Wade
llamp 11 plantation. They are talued nuw
TIIH RAILROAD HORROR.
i.isroi' 1 111: hi 1,1, nit ,iv; novi.
i:i is th it Atiriri, iunahthh.
Kt en Worn riiuli 11 1 Flrat lteiorleil-Tbe
lllooill Work of It ItiinulllIK Telegraph
Operi.tnr-Arre.t f Hie (Iperator on 11
CtinrKF t,f MaiiatmiKbter.
H'rom Mornlns Kdltlon 1
Nkhaick, N J Oct. l!i. The namesof the
killed and Injured by the accident on the
Penn-tylvanla railroal, near the Meadows,
last night, as far as can bo ascertained, are as
Killed, Karl Henry (Irammer, aged thirty,
Norwegian; head taken off. He had three
tickets from New York to llattlo Creek,
Michigan. Ills papers showed that bo ar
rivnl by the sleatn ship Kllie.
An unknown boy, aged eight years, hor
An unknown woman, bend off.
I'vcliua Arneares, age! twenty ii years,
who was on her way to Madison, Wisconsin,
where In r father resides, died at St. Francis
Four more bodies were fiund ths morning
under the, wreck of thn Lehigh Valley loco
motive. They have not been identified.
Two unknown boys were found under the
pilot truck, one aged eight years, the other
I'nknown woman, head and arms gone,
the remains are badlv scorched.
Pnknown man. trunk burned to a crisp;
Ilium! five feet below the surface of tbe
The bodies were sent to Speers' morgue.
!bc wounded brought to Jersey City wcie
sent to St. Francis hospital. They are.
Marlnus Kllngir, 18 years old, Norwegian;
report? 1 dead, but still living; he had both
legs and his skull fractured; will die.
Oweu Hall, engineer, L-hlgh Valley train;
severe contiions abotjt tho beai) anil neck,
but still alive.
Siuirt A. Ibwcs, hreman of the LehiL-h
Valley tram, aged 10, tktill fractured, and
Intcirnal injuries. It is belevet he (annot
Jlnlph Curry lingllshrnaii, aged 'J'.i, Injured
about the neck, not d ingerously.
Christiana Holism, Norwegian, aged forty
years, leg broken and lt'Jured,intcrnally ; her
condition is considered intical; she was on
her way to Minneapolis, Minn.
Louis Itedles-en Melned, Norwegian,
aged thirty-two ear-; seriously iijurnl
about tbe head and liackj not considered dan
gerous. Hir two-)ear-old child had its leg
broken. She was on her way to join her
husband at 2,'nrood, owa.
Thomas A. Pratt, the t'lLgrnph operator,
was arraigned to lay on the charge ot man
Blaughttr. He waived an examination, and
was held to await the action of the coroner's
Jury James ,. Howe, counsel fir Pratt,
makes the following statement: Pratt was
stationed iu the Marion signal tower, near
tbe station of that name. He controlled the
east of a section of road tnown as a block,
ettending from Marion to the Fish house, on
the Hackensack .Meadows, about three miles
distant. It was his duly to record tbe ar.
rival of trains, and their passage at the Fish
house niton a tally sheet which lay before
him. The emigrant train bad passed his
Station thirteen minutes before the Western
express approached. Pratt glanced at his
sheet and mistook number entry fur the rec
ord ol the emigrant.traln having passed the
I-'isb house. The emigrant train had
ll'lt ou te block, having barked
down fo pick up two Lars which
had broken loose from tbe train. In bis
statement to Chief of Polite .Murphy Pratt
admitted that he bad not received the signal
Irom the Fjsh bou'i, btit took It for granted
that tin block was ilear, bemuse ol the thir
teen miutites winch bad t lapped, Sunerin
tendent Crawford, of the New York divi-iun,
states that an investigation shows that Pratt
alone Is n.poiiMble. A white signal, dona
ting a clear traik, was shown, and justified
the engineer of the express train in ruuniug
upon the block.
The injured emigrants have bet n forwarded
to their destinations. County Physician
Converse is satisfied that there ate but seven
Coroner Hughes has been ordered to hs)ld
an Irntjuest, wlnph wi begin ts session 111
this 1 ity Thursday evening. The Jury has
been impanelled. They viewed the bodds
today. The w recked Lehigh 'ally engine
was rinsed at 7. .10 p. m. In the rnud beneath
tbe boiler win found the body of a boy, ap,
pnrently about ten years ol Bge, He had
light hair; both legs were take n ot! Ulow the
knees; the right s de ol his fate was crushed
in, and the hands were scorched, lleeide the
body u,,i found tbe right leg of a buy who
was presumably about twelve years ot age.
The 'eg dues not correspond with the re.
tnainlng portion of any ot the bodies in the
morgue, and it is thought tint another lite
bus Ine u lost. This makes a total ol nine
A llilit.li Steamer Allntktil by Chine..
Hum. Kiino, Oct lib Tbe Ilinish steamer
(i-eybuund, trading lea ally In Chinese wat-
rs, has nrnved lore, and her seioud othcir
reorts that a daring attempt was made bv
Chinese pira't-s to capture tbe vcenl. The
captained the (ire) hound was inveigled on
biard a pra e ship, and after bung plun
dered was k lied. The pirates then attempt.
d to eie.ee 1 tie Ore) hound, and a ''c-iperate
tight eisutil in whiih Ihe other ( th era and
ihe vi gimtr .1 th latter ves-el wtie bmilv
wound 'I The (Ireyhoiiiid put ou a lull
I. tad ul stein and e.captil bl thin purl.
.tlorllliili l.bl.ra III Wink ill It lini.ee.
('llAITAM)oiu lenil.U.t Ul. Yesterda)
J'Uiii Murg.li the null el .Mormon elder, who
IS In charge ol the Sllltlleril heailipiarters ol
the buii'li, ai I that the south has given
their caue Ire-h impum und has ma le man)
hundiid eonverts. I here hn been biii h a
de man 1 I -r elders that he has found it nee
essnrv 111 st-iul 10 I'tah Iur thirty, who will
arnv in Chstiauuoga il-lay. 1 hi re are
now fixi) elders ti gaged in pro-elyting 111
the south Kltier .Morgan sa)S there is
greater demand 111 'lenneosee for elders than
iu an) other state. Two hundred louvirts
will leave next iiiuulh for Cub.
A sptrk tu the. Potnler.
LiAWtniiitrn, Kun., Oct. 10 News has
just rt ached here Iroui Osawkie, Kan., uf a
terribl' accident which ocmrrtd near there
Mr. Lander, a laimir, acccimpvuied by his
wife, two children and Mrs Sleik, started for
home lu a tartu wagon, alter making a num
ber uf purchases, among which was ten
pounds ol ponder. A short distance Irom
town, Lauder, in lighting a pip-, dropped a
spark on the powder, whu h ignited and ex
ploded, throwing everyone out and killing
Mr. Lander instantly, Tbe fuur others urn
ht-ivta WitnU lit fright.
Vikwa, oa !!. ThesiiuHtiun In
has agitu shown a serious aspeit. O
the bellicose attitude ol Men la, Print
audiT is rtiidavoiing to pitch up an
meiit with King Milan. He telegrap
latbr that h" was sending Minister
to the Servian court on a stucial
King Milan deellneil, however, to rec
mistion Itlsevllent Irom King
answer, that Sen in is determined to
fiiiriti'minoss nvitmn in ii:atii.
A HhiM'hlliit llnlorniiat In Chicago liar I y
II rom Morning lldltlon.
CiitcAon Oct. l'i. A terribly iiiltk spread
ing fire broke, out In the story anil a half
brick -ottage at No. 84 Vernon Park place,
owned and occupied by W. P. I)atei, a few
miniitis alter 1, o'clock thlsmornlng.in which
lour persons were burned to death. When
the fin men arrived on the scene the house
was In a blare. Fire Marshal Champion
found Mr. Hates in tho alley at the side of
the bouse, suffering from severe burns, but
able to tell the story ol'lhe catastrophe. ring
ing his hands In agony over the loss ol his
family and suffering; keenly from his own se
vere hurts, be said that at 1; o'clock this
mottling the servant girl started a lire In the
kitchen and wei t outdoors a moment later,
leaving the door op-n. She returned In a
minute or two and found the kitchen in a
blare. The girl ran away screaming with
fright, and Mr. llites was arou eel, rushed In
to tne kitchen and tried lo extinguish the
names with a hose attached to tbe hydrant,
and afterward with buckets. Not succeeding,
he rushed out ami sent In an alarm. The
firemen went tu work on the blsting pile
with a will, and succeeded in putting
the fire out in about htteen mhnitu Th.
entire interior of the house was gutted,
but the walls remained intact. When the
hretnen entered the house they found the
charred bodies ol tbe entire family, with the
exception ot Mr. Hates. They were Mrs.
Mary llstea aired thirty -live, Johu Hates
aged live; IMwan! Hates, an Infant, Mrs!
Dreylsoti, aged seventy, mother ot Mrs. Dates.
The body ot Mrs. Hites was found lying two
teet from the front windows un the first Moor,
burncil to a crisp. The charred remains ol
her baby were lying close by. The remainsof
Mrs. Dreylsiu were lound upstairs, where she
illtd ol sul! K'ation, as her body was not much
burned. The pirtition and walls of the
house were lined with leu, and when tbe
hlaz" onoe at er'ed tl sprenl all over ih houe
with incoiKeivable rapidity The charred
bulbs were rem .veil to the morgue by a
patrol vagun. Tne bouse v.3 valued at
n, 100, aim inr re was no Insurance on il.
Nothing was heard of the servant gfl alter
herllight. Ii is also said that a brothei ol
Mrs, Unlet v.-4i lodging at the liou-e and was
seen about 'b' plm-whem the (ire was in
progress, iur iixiiieniy duatipt-ared.
intfi.it 11. 1, nt.M us.
o Truth In tliu Mori "f III" Itetlreineiit
1 ritni Wall rtlret't.
II rum Murinng 1 diiion.j
Nhw Yuith, Oct l'i 1'heiu was a state
ment pubii,he,l yesterday that Jay Oould in
tends to retire trorn active business In Wall
street on the first ot the new year. At pres
ent Mr. Gould is a .pecial pirtner in the firm
of Washington K Connor ,t Co., with a car.
ital repre-enlation of ',(i0,0un. The other
members ol Ihe firm are Washington K. Con.
nor, O. P. Morro-ini and (ieorge J. Oould,
the capitalist's son. On Jan. 1 last, when
Jay Gould's spinal partnership expired, be
renewed it tor one year,
When a reporter asked Mr. Connor yester
day about the ato y he said "There is no
truth whatever in it. Mr. Gould bis never
even brunt lied the subject to any inenihe- ol
the firm. It is probable, though, that he will
take a lung rest next winter. Kver since he
hail ,be Atuianta built he has ben very fond
uf )achtlng, and has devoted more tirpe to
recreation than ever btlore. I.a.t winter,
)ou recollect, he wis going to take a long
trulae in niirhern waters and all prepara
tions were made tor it, but a' the lat moment
the market gut squally nnd he had to give
the idea up. 1 know .Mr. Gould
has fcr some months contemplated an
Huropean tour ot several months. He
wants to cress tbe Atlantic 111 bis yacht and
take a cruise up the lliltu. Then, afier a
continental tuur, be contempUtea a long
cruise- in the Mediterranean As the mirkcl
looks now, it see on to me as it ,e will be
able to uirr) out his prij ct this winter, but
he has not yet spoken of it. I do not b -lieve
that Mr Gould intends to withdraw
Irum active biisiuesi at the end ot the v ear.
He has for tbe past veer transferred a great
deal ol worn and respuu-ibiiitv from his own
snouldirs to his sons', but as tor retiring, I
think that 19 a loin; way ott "
."tl-AHHS 'Kill 7 II K ItlltK,
If rom Moriiui.- Idltton)
Hon. W, I) Kelley h e mil jrtably housed
in Washington lor ihe witiitr.
Mr. Uuskmli chiet desne is to live
enough lo complete his a itubiogrsphy.
Hun. James (i. Illaine will apenll the win
ter at Augusta, wurkiug 011 his book.
Sevent)-one venfiel new cases ot smallpox
have been reported at Montreal In the past
t h o da v s.
A fJa.OOO monument is being built at S'.
Louis tu 1 ommemorate tbe virtms of General
It is said that William II. Vanderbilt has
not attended cburili tor ten )ears, and Jay
G ,uld tot loreveu a greater length ot time.
It lust President Seelve, ol Amherst col
hge, ju-t live nuts to be edited to congretS
a lew )ears ago. He is proud of the lacl.
Cnlonil Wtaver, llichop Simpson's son-in-law,
bus been elu led lo tbe chair of modem
languages in Depaiiw university, .New Al
. ir Henry l)-ummoii Wullf, special llrit
nli envoi, and It.e p .rte line t-igued the pro
t'Ci 1 resp.c ttr g the government 01 Hgypt at
The 1 tin ml return, showed that there were
ihiny.hie ib-uths irom .innll-1-01 in Montreal
mil s iburbs, 11,1 .sa'iirday. Yisitrday there
eri hrv-tii - deaths.
-At a mu ling ol tbe Weitinghoiise Air
Hnike (', at Pittsburg, ye-terday, the capi
tal sloe k ot thi'iompany was 1111 reaed from
ftillll Ollll lo J I.Olln.OIIO.
Thewiteol Congressman llrewir, of New
Yoik hi lira a dri-ss ot antique hroiade, which
ws lak 11 irom a Il1n1-.I1 vessel duiiug tbe
it-volution bv one of he r ainesiers.
At Lai.int.ler, tl., riunday night, Laac
Kyle lired upon two tramps who were trying
to erter Ins barn. O .e, named Alfred dul
lish, wm latiilly Hounded. Kyle is in (all.
In Hut Springs, Ark , ai lo o'clock last
night, Re id Gautl, a young lawyer and tbe
son ot tbe late Gen. II. W. Ganlt, fatally shot
J. I), .-nilliiau, a vvg m driver, alter a eiiar
rel about a ptmoiial matter.
The .Middle and Western Slates llailroad
Association mei at L misville yesieaday
Horaic F. Minlb, ot the Louisville ., Nash,
villi, was elei ted sttre'iiry ol the association,
viie 1. F, Martin, whuse retignatiuu was ac
cepted. W. A. ltue, of Lynn, lowered tbe world's
tvveniy.mile bnyilu rtcird, at Hampden
Park, Springfield, Mass , yesterday afternoon
His time vvns 'it iniiiulrs and 20 siionds
The last previous rtcnrd, ' '10 l-"), made by
M. J. M. Webber here lasi September.
J niph .N iiiltr, aged .'I, and Divid Kligle,
aged I ', engaged 111 a drunken quarnl 111 a
Toledo saloon Sunday night, aud atterw arils
aiij nit nt. 1 to the sidewalk, where Schuler
shot Fugle through ihe head. Kogle died
yesterday morning Schuler was anested.
The second annual convention of the
llrotlit rimed ot Itailioad llrakeiuen la In ses
sion at Hiirliiigeoti, Iowa. About J00 dele,
gates are prest ul from all parts ul Ihe Untied
ntati s, .v pir iic miei'ug was held yes
terday, when an address ot welcome was
delivered li Mayor Adams, and addresses
by ex-Uov, Gear ami others.
NO DOUiriAROUT IT.
THK HH'inil.KI I.mT II ,,K Till.
i.F.aisi.A TVitr. ov.ui-vr iiai.i.ot.
They Have lilec'e.l I 7 Seiinlorsaml AH Hep
rraeiilntlvea-'lbe lit iinierntli County
Clerk ttf Franklin Cnniity Vo,ll tbo llem
itcrntlr .Srlieliie-I'rnereaa of Hie Co lints
From Morning 1-dlllon
CcLl-Minjs, 0 Oct. 10. The official count
ol the'voto of Franklin county has been
completed by the county clerk, and shows
Ihe lollowlng result. Foraker, 10,1,1,5,
Hoadly, 11,200; Leonard, r,81 ; Northrop,
05. Hoadly's plurality, 635. Two reptib-.
Ilcan members of the lower In use have been
elected, one by a plurality ot 302, the other
by 1,031. Cheney, detioirat. is elected rer,.
resentative over Kills, repub'ican, by a plu
rality of 20 1.
The election of the two renublicar. mem.
bers Id. Franklin county gives the republicans
uity-'IgUl members ot the hou-e. whlcfe with
seventtcn senators undoubtedly elected, giveB
the republicans n msjnrity of three on Joint
billot, and Insures the election of a republi
can I'nlted States senator.
Cot,. Mm ,s, ()., Oct. l.The ollir-ial count
of thiscounlf was confiued this morning
T K Kowell appeared tor the Jeruoc ratic
candidates and spoke tbrte-quarlcrs ol an
hour in favor of, and citing authorities to the
effect that tie returns from precinct A. of
tbe Fourth ward, and precinct A, of the Thir
teenth ward, should not bo counted. They
are laith republican pi cmcts.
H. A. Harrison lillowed lor tho republican
candidate-, ami at the conclusion of his
speech the be aril cl mnvaisers concluded to
receive and count tke reinrnn Ti,. i
tloni to them werefbat tliejudg's of election
ha 1 tailed to properly cernly to the returns
I reclnct A, Fourth ward, was counted and
tallied with satislactun lo ail candidates.
Keturr.s Irom the Thirteenth ward had
bten read through ibeliat or republican can
lidales, there being a to al vo-e of 7oo in the
prenrct. The oiigina' vote stood republi
cans. ISO 1 on the head ot the bi ket, and Jo I
democrats. Thre-e hundred tallies bad been
added to tbe lull democrat!- ticket, with tbe
exception of Atlerton for supreme judge,
who had been given inn This made the to
tal vote little over 1,01,0 about 300 more
votes man ate In the preeiuet
When the board ress nibled at ". p. m
there was a large trowd present. Clerk Joyce
announced that there appeared on the face of
ihe returns from precinct A, 1 ith ward, a
bold fraud, which had bten consummated
since Saturday evening, by some ierson who
had secur.d Ihe tally theet and male an addi
tion ot three hundred to the amount of each
democratic canlUatiV vote. He would
neither sign the abslrai t 11 ir issue certificates
to any raLtlt tales unless the-e three hundred
votes wete first deducted Irom tbe totals
on the democratic tl ket. Matt
Martin, another member cf the board,
spoke in a similar strain, and Justice Fritch
en, the third member, said tbey were then
unanimous on the joint. The three hundred
fraudulent votes, which had bten tallied up,
were deducted, and the returns read as o'lgl
innlly returned. This will give Taylor,
republican, about three hundred and fifiy
plurality over Young, democrat. The othci il
lootings have not been made, but will not
vary much from these figures. Tbe republi
cans will have two of three members of the
lecrislature trom Ibis nitintv rtiu.tr ln-...
oEerid $200 reward for the apprehension of
ue euiti wno stole and altered the tally
sheet, and the county co-nmissioners were re
quested by several citu-ns, who witnessed
the count, to oiler a reward ot $500 tor a
iia3iii.io t"rrr fori;.
Count, Clerk llnllon Preparing for n
I rom Miiruln.- Iditnni J
CnriWAii, Oct. l'i. The old ml eoutu
th s morning did not attrai t as large a crowd
to the headquarters ot tbe county clerk as
might have hem expected, but there were
plenty of 1 eople there. Although it was an
nounced to begin at 'J 'to o'clock, at that
time there was no sign of preparation.
Clerk Dan Dalton did not arrive until
about 10 o'clock, aud then 11 bully sprained
ankle prevented bun from bustling things
thiuugh as they would otherwise have been.
The room ol thennuit 'ourt, ou the sixth
lloor ot the building, w as selected as the plai
tor the count. It had to be prepared tjr the
event, and another halt hour was spent in
getting tables an 1 desks in readiness for the
lawyers and reporters.
The republicans were represented by ex
Gov. Xoyes, Dinusm Wulsin, Thutoas Mc
Dougall, Warner M. Htttuan, Wm. T. Por
ter, aud George K. Topp. Ihe democrats
had no iej:ularly employed representatives
present except Isaac M. Jorlauund Jiidce
At 10 in the delay in ta-giuiung the count
was explained by the remarkable s'nternent
that the tally -a 11 ets and poll books from pre
cincts H aud K of the Kigbtecuth aud C ot the
Twentieth ward had nut as yei been returned
to the clerk an! that Mr. Dalton hi.d instruct
ed Solicitor Tn.lt to apply tor a mandamus to
compel the judges to make the returns. It
was state d, how ev er, that 1 he pnlges had plac id
in the ballot Uixea the documents which
should have been sent to the clerk. Mr.
Wulsin s'atid to the judges, Clerk Daltonaod
Justice anders in and liloom that tne count
must, under the law, begin on lh) sixth days
utter the election but that the judges were
lelt to theirown jiidgmtnt in regard to the
hour ot beginning. The republicans, he said,
would nut objeit to begiuuing the count
without the three missing precincts, and
would le.vvt that tnlirely to the judges.
Mr. Isaac Jordan suggested that the count
proceed, aud that the abseut jirtcincts be
At this moment, while p-ecmctA, First
ward, was being called, Dr. Tlio'iip-ou, ot the
Lighteenlh ward, preciuit II, came in with
I' uirles Heagen. Ilulli were judgts ot tht
tlectitu. They brought ihe missing tally
sheets, wrapped up in upaper, which they de
livered lo County Clerk Dillon 111 that nhati-,
Instead uf sealed, i,s tbe law required. Dr.
Thomison, the republican judge, said "1
want to say that 1 did uot sign these tally
sheets. 1 went tonu'p'r edition night, re
questing (lie other judges to do no counting
until 1 returned I had eaten nothing all
day. Hut when I tame luck I could aotget in.
So I teliised to sign." Mr. Dillou took ibe
sheets, at the same tune remarking that they
should have been sealed ami one sent to the
city clerk. Tbe opinion ol the county solic
itor was requested in the premises.
The count was adjourinil at 5 10 p m.
alter lour w arils had lain canvassed. The
discrepancies between the tall) -sheets and
the official niunt were of little impurt
auee until preeiuet A ot the Fourth watd
was reached. Tbe total tiumbtr ul votes an
nounced as can in the prtcincl
was ti'ii,, divided as follows Hoad
ly, 020, Forakir, 4, Leonard, 25. F.x.
County Auditor Cappellir objected that
according to the new spapeis there were but
some 700 votes registered in the precinct, and
if this were true, over 200 fraudulent ballots
had been last, Comity Clerk Dillon said
that be did not know whether the newspa.
per statement was correct or not, he had only
to count the tote us returned, and tbe count
was proceeded with. Another 1 lijeclion was
made bv a citixen that the leiurua were not
certified lo properly. Mr Dillon advised the
objector to make a memorandum uf II, and
take advaoUjeol il It Leculd.
MURPHY & DHO.
.Mi'itHiVA, into.) oirui'ini-uiito.
4d.V 50 Limestone, j 1 4 .t, 50 Llmesione.
Ladies' and Children's
and SHORT CLOAKS
Are to be the stylos this season.
Plain and also Handsomely Trim
med, will be very dosirable.
In all the Now and Fashionable
Ladies will please noto the
cheapness of these compared with
CHILDREN S CLOAKS for all
ages, 3 to 18, in the greatest va
riety, ranging in price from $1.75
for 4 years to the most elegant
Beaver Trimmsd Newmarket at
$25.00. Ladies' Newm rkotsand
Russian C rculars from $3.00 up.
We also call your attention to
our lina of
lieaiii'lr, FrUe Cloth ami VcUt't,
Ahlrnilmiia, l,m,p Clotli, lli-mcr,
Multv-llaae Tr milliner, Krlii(fi-a,
KfiillitT 'l'i imiiiini;-,
Hi-uu-r iinil Xatlto Fur, .c, ice.
Black Brocade Velvets, Mack all
Silk Lynns Ve'vet, iM.r.d
Velvets at Low Prices
N. B. Monday, October 19,
we will place on sale a line of
C0M8.NA7.JN S ITS in new
and handsome ttfacts. Price
$4 and $5 each.
THE BUTTLE OE
Among the Pliotoqraphers has
brought Wonderful Changos.
Will now pay for one dozen hand
C'timer i'li-asaul mill I.friic-itoiii-Strect.s.
I'ervmn vulling Vll. inni( lll fluj good
accoinuio-litioii t Hie old r 1ii1
At very reaxonabie rao Vat tun (urnitheil mi
h o r t nolne
Houaeonl) oue itiiiAre fruni depot
K. II. Ill N,i i:n, l'niiri,.r.
T. J. TH02SIAS,
NEW YORK HOUSE SHOEING SHOP,
lnut Alley, rritrrntl Market Home.
jir-wlal care wlih lame lmrnea, roltn, trick bor,.
hortei that Interfere, amt thuae havtnic peculiar
."IKIMIFIKI.U, Dlllu OunlierT Ids.
At mei unii ii thee ounrii r Kniil i'ii ini,j
cm Hie dill lllkt . hiUciiiim l.clll lire ,ellt, Ule)
fiilUmlnu leMiliill u v. -mucin, let.
ItK-oiLV k Iti ihe fttj t inineil ot llie lt
nt -vrtniittelil Ohin. twutuici ot tliu Mlimo
numlier .if tnemli ik eieeetett ilieti'tu cuneiir
llik', Hint t It liiii.iir,, ii'iil that It linen's
lo innke tlir-. I'cili ie inn rneuieiiu i, gtHt
Ini! Hint I'.niiiL! ultu Ii nil, I, r ine tliri'e-alieis
liereiiiHltiriluvrlliiil.nl iiccurcliiii wlin thu
imitllit iiml iHiitlcHtlona ttieretor em tilt in
itie ciltlieeif Ihe I'Hil hngilieer.
Ul The llrinlleye c-i ,ij I liiic-tcine ureit,
freilll Maple lifeline north III t enter alle)
-ml I lie M'ltuicl Hllej earn ()( l.lmeMniie
atrt'ot, from MhjiIc uvenne norlti lo Cenu-r
.tnl The fourth hI'i-i e-iiat nf I.liiic".lonu
tievt, limn MhiId hvcuiih uoitli to I'tfiilur
rhu cnienoo' snlij oeveriit Imp ovemenis to
t.u axKe-oi'it rrcpvitivvly pu frmu fimi upon
the iro( n Hiinttinij tlier,i,n, hs miiuii hy
the plillk on rtje In the iiill.'t-. nt tile t'lv I l:u
utile er, Hint aeenr tiiix In law mi.) I lie orclt
imiiceof HlelPti., the iieiniiit, ther. for to
bciHlil lu onu ii'Dtiillineni, anil eolieciei ki
provlilevt lij law Hint in ine iiMtnaliiKunli
naiiix tie reatier to he paa., it
The (.11) t Ink la nereli) ilja.cleil to puhllab
title reculiitioii tin tun cviuseriitlvee ue' kc
liy order ot Oounell. J,H. slItH Vl.lhlt,
lam cpy lerlt
I'lllMt llllMIs rIK 8.U.K,
"IlllKciiiainlK.lDncr, ul Clark cuuniy, Ulilo, i
I ,1 lu the hijlieal lilhter.cin Mulltlay, Oclnlier
IA, JiviV at II u'ciuik a in , at th Ir oBim lu l tie,
l liy ut pliiikliell, the lotto nit cueiulr bomlai
hearllntilaleliciolier.'. I"m, and fallinij due ()o
toUT ii, l", iuierektii pr ceil per annuiu, paya
ble M'liii-aiiniialiv ThiiUioJi I J iJeo vaili and
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mi cur .i,,h,i.,oi uuutiiuK a launnry altneLMl
dren'illo e. under authority ot boitluu B71, lie
vlted t-tvtutei e,I tlliio '
The right It reeiervvd to reject any and all tlda
Hy orders! the Uiuiiuunloneia,
Ur Auditor ol (.lark Co., O,
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