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4 THE rl SALT I LAKE KE HERALD THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1906 1
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GEORGE EORGE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONThat
That heroic youth Colonel Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton whom I cannot but hope Providence Provi Provixlence Provldence
dence has hitherto preserved In so st > sig signal sIgnal signal ¬
nal a manner for some important ser service service service ¬
vice to his country The spirit ofprophecy of ofprophecy ofprophecy
prophecy was in the Rev Mr Davis of ofVirginia ofVIrginia ofVirginia
Virginia when at the close of the Brad Braddock Braddock Braddock
dock campaign he spoke the words Justiuotod Just Justquoted justquoted
quoted about George Washington WashingtonWashington WashIngtonWashIngton WashingtonWashIngton
Washington had braved many dangers dangersHe
He H was yj the only one of Braddocks Braddocksstaff Braddocksstaff Braddocksstaff
staff that was not killed or wounded woundedand woundedand woundedand
and the Indians said he bore a charmed charmedOife charmedQiCe charmed121fe
Oife OifeGod God did indeed preserve him tor an animportant animp anmpOrtant
important imp rtant service to his country Today To Today Today ¬
day nearly two centuries after the theiblrth thebirth thebirth
birth of Washington this great nation nations
is s pausing in its progress to pay honor honorto honorto honorto
to his memory Well may it pause for forWashington forWashington forWashington
Washington was the greatest of Amer Americans Amerleans mel melkans ¬
leans If he had never lived the colonles col colonies colonIes ¬
onies would surely have freed them themselves themselves themselves1 ¬
selves selves1 I from English rule but freedom freedomwould freedomwould freedomwould
would not have h ve come so promptly promptlyAnd promptlyiAnd promptlynd
And nd the victory could hardly h rdly have been beenTvon beenWon beenWOfl
Won at all al when it was won wonThe wonThe wonThe
The army came near to losing Wash Washington Washington Washlngton ¬
ington When he was a boy he was wasoffered wasoffered 1 1offered
offered a post as midshipman with Adznlral Ad Admiral Admira ¬
miral Vernon when Vernon Vernon was sail sailing sailing sailIng ¬
ing for Caxthagena The prospect of ofseeing ofee ofseeing
seeing ee ng a world new to him appealed appealedstrongly appealedstrongly
1 strongly to the imarinatkm of the lag latfHe la6He lagHe
He was strongly desirous of going but butliis butbls butliis
liis mother opposed him and at last he hereluctantly hexOluctantly hereluctantly
reluctantly consented to remain at athome atborne athome
home On the sea Washington might mighthave mightbave mightI mighthave
have become an fl admiral but he could couldnever couldIlever couldnever
I never have rendered to his country In Inthat inthat Inthat
that capacity the service he rendered renderedas
as commander of the Continental army armyWashington armyWashington armyWashington
Washington was more than a soldier soldierHe 901dlerHe soldIerHe
He was a a thinker a student During Duringthe DurIngthe Duringthe
the terms he served In the Virginia as assembly RSembly asembly ¬
embly he was heard In debate but butrarely butTarely butrarely
rarely When he did take the floor he
bad something to say and he never neverfailed nevertailed neverfailed
failed to Impress his hearers Patrick PatrickHenry PatrIckJIenry PatrickBenry
Henry pronounced him for solid infor information informatIon InformaUon ¬
mation and sound Judgment unques unquestionably unquestlonably unquest1onably ¬
tionably the greatest man In the th assem assembly assembly ¬
bly 1 > ly Suoh praise from an intellectual intellectualgiant intellect intellectualgiant al algiant
giant for a young man who stood stoodamid stoodamid stoodamid
amid Intellectual giants was praise in indeed Indeed Indeed ¬
deed deedThat deedThat deedThat
That Washington was a patriot leader leaders lea er ers
3s s considering his environment one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most remarkable features of his hislife his11e hislife
life He was for those times a rich richman rIchman richman
man He was well educated and he hemoved hemoved hemoved
moved among the most aristocratic aristocraticiamllies arlstocratlca arlstocrafricfamilies I
families a nllles of the proud colony of VIr Vlrglnio VIrgin1o Virginia
glnio Many of his neighbors and andfriends andfriends andfrIends
friends were we e Tories Washington ap apmrentl apimrently
3 arQntly > had everything everyt ing to gain and andjidthing anddthing anddthing
dthing to lose by Joining them Yet Yetlie Yet11e Yetie
lie ie chose to risk his fortune and his hishead hIsbaad hIshead
head for the common people because becausebe
be believed they were In the right rightHaving rightffavlng I IHaving
Having made up his mind he was fixed fixedand fixedand I Iand
and inalterable steadfast to the glo glorious gloI glorlous gb gblions ¬ I
lions end endIt endIt endIt
It Is not necessary here to speak of ofWashingtons ofWashlngtons ofWashingtons
Washingtons discouragements of the theGates theGates theGates
Gates intrigue the cabals cab ls of various variouskinds variouskinds variouskinds
kinds that were organized or ized against him himEnough 111mEROUgh hmBaough
Enough is it to say that the great gro t ma majority m mjority maJority ¬
jority of f men would have quit in dis disgust dIsgust disgust ¬
gust a battle that was so hard to win winand winand winand
and that t11 < < t so many socalled patriots patriotswere patriotsefe patriotswere
were efe anxious for him to lose The Tass Tassnase b bn bgne
nase n ne of Washington was wa never more moreclearly moreclearly morecIearI
cIearI clearly shown shoWllthut than in the fact that he
did k keep ep on fighting ftShUnKAfter fightIngAfter fightingAfter
After serving two terms as president presidentof
of the United States of America after afterseeing afterseeiag afterseelag
seeing the work of his I I hands put in insueh insuch Insuch
such shape sbapetilat iiiat it could safely be en entrusted entrusted n ntrusted ¬
trusted trusted to others oth rs Washington WubIn < < t n retired retiredto
to his ds home in Mount Vernon namod namodfor namoofortb6a4 namoifor
fortb6a4 for thaadmiral llial who would have lave mafie mafiehim mu1ehim itjhim
him a midshipman and there he died diefiDecember diedDecember diedDecember
December 14 > > 1 17W 1 at the age of sixty sixtyseven sixtyseven sixtyseven
seven years ers secure for all time in thelove the thelove theloye
love of his fellow countrymen countrymenThe
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The really r ftlI surprising thing abouttht about aboutthat aboutth
that th t exchange of dollars for copies of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Sunday Herald is that twenty twentypeople twentyp twentypople
people p Qple could be found who were will willing wlllirig willIng ¬
ing to take a dollar for their copy of ofthe ofthepaper ofthepaper
the thepaper paper But of course coui they know knowwhere knewh knowwhere
where h xe they could get fat another anotherA
A New Mexican ranchman is held by bybandits bybpndlts byr
r bandits notwithstanding the fact that thathfe thathi thatlii
hfe hi friends and relatives have paid paidoao
3010 oao In ransom money Thebandits Thebanditsvldfcntly The bandIts bandItsIdilndy banditsqvidtinty
qvidtinty vldfcntly fcnqgi brwJo j steady Stent1 source of in income incomewhcnthey income ¬
come comewhcnthey when they find It
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GARFIELD GARFI ELD SMOKED OUT OUTCommissioner OUTCommissioner OUTCommissioner
Commissioner of f Corporations Corvorat ons Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field has been smoked out at last On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the witness stand Tuesday he denied deniedthat deniedthat deniedthat
that he had ever promised the meat meatpackers meatpackers ineatpackers
packers that he would not use agaInstthem against againstthem againstthem
them them in court proceedings proceedings any infor information information information ¬
mation they themselves gave ave him Mr MrGarfield MrGarfield MrGarfield
Garfield admitted however a promise promiseto
to protect the Individual Indlvi ual packers In or orfrom orfrom orfrom
from their confidential figures They Theycertainly Theycertainly Theycertainly
certainly had the right to infer from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this a promise of immunity No other otherconstruction otherconstruction otherconstruction
construction Is possible possibleMr
Mr Garfield said further testifying testifyingthat testifyingthat testifyingthat
that he informed Mr Krauthoff of ofcounsel otcounsel ofcounsel
counsel for the packers packe s that the infor information information information ¬
mation he was gathering was for the thepresident thepresIdent thepresident
president and that the president would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not make any improper use of It TWlth TWlththis Wltl Wltlthis WItIthis
this understanding he secured the In Inside Inside Inside ¬
side facts and figures Now the ques question question question ¬
tion Is What would the packers con conaider conider considor
aider an Improper Use of the Infor Information information intormatlon ¬
mation they gave Mr Garfield Is Itnot It Itnot Itnot
not reasonable to suppose that they theywould theywould theywould
would regard the use of those facts by bythe bythe bythe
the president or any federal officer ina In Ina ina
a court prosecution an improper use useThe useThe useThe
The question can only o ly be answered in inthe inthe inthe
the affirmative Mr Garfields denials denialsonly denialsonly denialsonly
only entangle him more securely in the thewflfb thewb
wflfb 1 of o his own making makingWitness makingWitness makingWithess
Witness after witness has testified testifiedthat testifiedthat testifiedthat
that he h did promise the packers Immu Immunity immunity Immunity ¬
nity Up to date his unsupported unsupportedtestimony tes testimony testimony ¬
timony Is the only testimony on the theother theother theother
other side And Mr Garfields talk on onthe onthe ontha
the subject Is not at all convincing itIs It Itis Itis
is hardly probable that all of the pack packers packers packcr8 ¬
ers have entered Into a conspiracy to tomake tomake tOmake
make It appear that Mr Garfield doesnot does doesnot doesnot
not always tell the truth From his hisown hIsovn hisown
own statement of the th case the meat meatmen meatmen meatmen
men had ample warrant for believing believingthey believingthey believIngthey
they were to be immune from Drose prosecution Drosecution Drosecution ¬
cution on the basis of the t e figures theyfurnished they theyfurnished theyfurnished
furnished
What the end of the controversy will wllIbe willbe willbe
be It Is not now possible to foresee but butcertainly butcertainly butcertainly
certainly the usefulness of Mr Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field as commissioner of corporations corporationshas
has been destroyed The public will willnever wIllnever willnever
never again have faith in any Invest investigation Invsttgation Investgation ¬
gation he may undertake or In any anyprosecution anyprosecution anyprosecution
prosecution he may Inaugurate Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt makes a mistake in not ask asking askIng askIng ¬
ing for Mr Ir Garfields resignation it be being being belug ¬
ing perfectly apparent that the gentleman gentle gentleman gentleman ¬
man himself has no Intention of Gom Gomso doing doingso
so without a suggestion from the pres president presIdent presIdent ¬
ident
A VOICE FOR WHISKY WHISKYThe
The general counsel of the NationalWholesale National NationalWholesale NationalWholesale
Wholesale Liquor Dealers association associationappeared assocIationappeared associationappeared
appeared before the house committee committeeon
on interstate and foreign commerce the theother theother theother
other day in opposition to the national nationalpure nationalpure iatIoneipure
pure food bill His plea was based on onthe onthe onthe
the provisions relating to whisky A Astraight Astraight Astraight
straight whisky said the learned gen gentleman gentleman gentieman ¬
tleman may bepure be pure o or impure and ablended a ablended ablended
blended whisky may also be pure Jure or orimpure orimpure orimpure
impure He did not believe the for formulas formulas formulas ¬
mulas for flavoring whisky should be begiven begiven begiven
given to the public because they have havenothing bavenothing havenothing
nothing whatever to do with the whole wholesomeness wholesomeness wholesomeness
someness of the product productNobody productNobody productNobody
Nobody wants to do any Injustice to tothe tothe tothe
the wholesale dealers in liquor Their Theirbusiness TheIrbusIn9BS Theirbus1nes
business destructive though it is to toother toother toother
other business interests Is recognized recognizedby recognl cd cdby
by the law as a business People can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not help however viewing with sue suspicion su supicion suepicion ¬
picion the attitude of the liquor dealers dealersIf
If whisky is ever wholesome It certainly cer certainly certaInly ¬
tainly will not be made less so by bystringent bystringent bystringent
stringent laws to enforce purity in man manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
ufacture Everybody knows that much muchand muchand muchand
and perhaps most of the whisky that thatis thatIs thatis
is sold In saloons is itncure
A great deal of it contains injurious injuriouscoloring injuriouscoloring injuriouscoloring
coloring matter wood alcohol and other otherproducts o otherproducts er erproducts
products calculated to ruin the consti constitution constitution constitutlon ¬
tution and Impair the health Pure Purewhisky PurewhIsky Purewhisky
whisky will if indulged in excessively excessivelyand
and continuously ruin anybody quickly quicklyenough quicklyenough quicklyenough
enough In all conscience To add to It Itother itother Itother
other stuff Is a crime that should not notbe notbe notbe
be permitted if it Is possible by legal legalenactment legalenactment legalenactment
enactment to forbid it And perhaps perhapsthe perhapsthe perhapsthe
the agitation over the whisky question questionwill questionwill questionwill
will be a firstrate thing for the country coun country country ¬
try tryIt
It may convince a good many topers topersthat topersthat
that they have been poisoning them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves and that they had better b tter stop stopdrinking stopdrinking stopdrinking
drinking It entirely Such an outcome outcomecould outcomecould outcomecould
could not fall to be beneficial not onlyto only onlyto on1yto
to the drinkers themselves themselvesbut but to their theirfriends theirfriends theirfriends
friends their families and the country countrygenerally countrygoneraUy countrygenerally
generally
I S SIt
It would be too bad If In spite of ofall ofall ofall
all the objections a morning contempo contemporary contemporary contemporary ¬
rary is making Postmaster Thomas Thomasshould Thomasshould Thomasshould
should be reappointed And Mr Thom Thomas ¬
as will wlll doubtless derive some comfort comfortfrom comtorttrom comfortfrom
from the recollection recoIl tlon that the same pa pai paper paper
i per violently thought the appointment appointmentof
of William Spry as United States mar marshal marshal marahab ¬
shal would be a frightful outrage outrageIf
t
If anybody doesnt believe things are arelooking arelooking arclooking
looking up In n Salt Lake on account of ofthe otthe ofthe
the election of the American ticket ticketlet ticket10t ticketlet
let him talk matters over with Con Contractor Contractor Contractor ¬
tractor Patrick J Moran He knows
If Mr r Moran should want to double doublethe doublethe doublethe
the size of f the Big Cottonwood conduitand conduit conduitand conduItand
and line the Interior with onyx the city cityengineer cityengIneer cityengineer
engineer could doubtless see his way wayclear wayclear wayclear
clear to recommend the change changeCommissioner changeCommlsatoner ChangeS ChangeCommiseloner
S
Commissioner of Corporations Gar Garfield Garfield Gar1eld
field should have made a frank con confession confessIon confesslon ¬
fession and laid the blame for It all on onthe onthe onthe
the red rlgajlgs Then It might have havebeen h havebeen vo vobeen
been possible to forgive him himStill himf himStiII
f S 1 1tm
Still tm Governor Cutler will hardly hardlymake hardlymake I Imake
make the themistnke mistake of appointing any anybody anybody anybody ¬
body outside of his own clique to be ad adjutant adjutant aajutant ¬
jutant general If he did he might get geta
a really good man manEven manBven
0 i iEv
Even Ev n Martin balked at the recent recentcarnival reaontcarnIval recentcarnival
carnival of salary raising by the theAmerican theAmerican theAmarican
American councilmen Whod fla flathunk a athunk athunk
thunk ItThe It ItThe itThe
e T
The dogcatcher dogcatcherh9s has not yet asked askethe askedthe askedthe
the the council to increase his h 3 salaiyt salawbt salawbtt > but butthen butthen
then t en Its early earl In InJh tIi he season s asQni for r dog dogcatchers dogcatohers dogcatchers
catchers to getbusy get busy
Mrs Edwin Kimball was the hostess hostessyesterday hostessyesterday hostessyesterday
yesterday at a luncheon for her sister sisterMiss si sisterMiss ter terMiss
Miss Rosa Hartwell The guests gu sts were wereseated wereseated wereseated
seated at two tables and they were all alldecorated alldecorated l1 l1decorated
decorated with flags and emblems sigaificant sig significant significant ¬
nificant of Washingtons birthday The Theplace Theplace Theplace
place cards were hand decorated with withtiny withtiny withtiny
tiny hatchets and cherries Following Followingthe
the luncheon Miss Mary Kimball de delighted delighted delighted ¬
lighted the guests with a group of ofsongs ofsongs ofsongs
songs in which she was accompanied accompaniedby
by Miss Jennie Sands Miss Kimball Kimballwas Kimballwas Kimballwas
was heard for the first time since her herreturn berreturn herreturn
return from abroad The guests were wereMrs wereMrs wereMra
Mrs J M Dart Miss Anna Decker DeckerMiss DeckerMiss
Miss Ethel Paul Mrs Samuel Paul PaulMrs PaulMrs PaulMrs
f
Mrs W H Bintz intz Mrs J F GrantMiss Grant GrantMiss GrantMiss
Miss J E a Ogrfesby Mrs J H Lam Lamson Lamson Lainson
son Mrs John HInman Mrs rrs A S SMartin sMartin SMartin
Martin Sirs C H McMahon Mrs MrsHugh MrsHugh 1
Hugh Park Mrs C L Rood Mrs O OP OP 0P
P KIster Miss Harriet Dunster Mrs MrsHicks MrsHicks MrsHicks
Hicks Mrs Wilbur Hoyt HoytMrs HoytMrs HoytS HoytMrs
S
Mrs Benjamin C Lockwood was thehostess the thehostess thehostess
hostess yesterday afternoon at a large largebridge largebrldgo largebridge
bridge party In honor of Mrs DanielEe Daniel DanielLe DanielLa
Le May and Mrs S D Sturgis who whowill whowIll whowill
will leave shortly shortIywith with the batteries batteriesTen batteriesTen batteriesTen
Ten tables were filled with the players playersand playersand playerssnd
and following the game Mrs Sturgis Sturgisand Sturgisand Sturgisand
and Mrs Le May poured I > oured at the tea teatable tctltable teatable
table while Mrs H R Perry was in incharge incharge Incharge
charge of the dining room Other Otherfriends Otherfriends Otherfriends
friends assisting were Mrs Allen M MSmith MSmith MSmith
Smith and Mrs Frank T Burton BurtonPrizes BurtonPrizes BurtonPrizes
Prizes were won by Mrs A C Ewing EwingMrs EwingMrs wing wingMrs
Mrs M H Krieel and Mrs Ashby D DCleveland DCleveland DCleveland
Cleveland ClevelandThe ClevelandThe ClevelandThe
The big event of the day Is the theluncheon theluncheon theluncheon
luncheon to be given by the Spirit of ofLiberty ofLIberty ofLiberty
Liberty chapter Daughters of the theAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American Revolution at the Alta club clubThe clubThe clubThe
The affair is In the hands of Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge MrsQeorge
George Y Wallace and Mrs G B BPfoutz BPfoutz BPfoutz
Pfoutz and Mrs C S i KInney will be bethe bethe bethe
the toastmistress The hour set Is 130 130p
p J m and it Is estimated that fully fullysixty tuIlysixty fullysixty
sixty will sit at the table tableMr tableMr tableMr
Mr and Mrs Charles Cain Crismon Crlsmonentertained Crismonentertained Crismonentertained
entertained the members of the Sew Sewing Sewing SewLng ¬
ing club and their escorts at cards last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening in honor of Miss Blanche BlancheWaterman BlancheWaterman BlancheWaterman
Waterman of Omaha who Is the guest guestof guestDf guestof
of Miss Helen Buckingham The home homewas homewas homewas
was decorated with palms and red and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white carnations and the game of 500 500was 500was 500was
was played playedThe playedThe
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The members of the church and the thecongregation thecongregation theaongregatlon
congregation of the First Congrega Congregational Congregatlonal Congregational ¬
tional church whose names begin with withthe withthe withthe
the last 10 st letters of the alphabet were wereguests wereguests
guests of the pastor last evening at a achurch achurch achurch
church social An informal social time timewas timewas timewas I
was spent and a supper served some someof someof someaf
of the women of the 3L church assisting assisting3L
Mrs Agnes Osborne who has been beenin beenin beenin
in Los Angeles for the past few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months is in town for a few days a aguest aguest aguest
guest at the home of Mrs Rachel Mil Miller lIlIler Mulet
ler She Is on her way east to visit visither visither visither
her sister sisterMiss 5ister3Ilss sisterMiss
Miss Minnie Sadler entertained the themembers themembers themembers
members of the Auld Au ti LangSyne club clubat clubat clubat I
at the Sadler home on Eleventh East Eastlast Eastlast Eastlast
last evening An informal musical musicalprogramme musicalprogramme musicalprogramme
programme was rendered and a buffet buffetsupper buffetsupper buffetsupper
supper served servedMr servedlIr servedMr
Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayer are now nowat nowat nowat
at home at 58 First North street streetMiss streetMiss streetMiss
Miss Galbraith of Winnipeg is In the thecity thecity thecity
city for a few days with friends on onher onher onher
her way to Los Angeles for a shortvacation short shortvacation sh rt rtvacatIon
vacation vacatIonMr
a ss ssMr 9 9Mr
Mr and Mrs Justus Jungk enter entertained enterUiined entertined ¬
tined a few of their friends last even evening evening evening ¬
ing informally at bridge bridgeIra bridgeIra bridgeIra
Ira H Lewis left last evening on a ashort asbort ashort
short business trip > to Montana MontanaMiss MontanalIiss MontanaMiss
Miss Blanche Kimball entertains this thisevening thiseening thisevening
evening at bridge for Mrs William G GSharp GSharp 0Sharp
Sharp and Mrs Thomas B DavIs DavlsMrs DavIsIrs DavisMrs
Mrs Irs J J M Bidwell gives a luncheon luncheonfollowed luncheonfeHowed luncheonfollowed
followed by bridge today todayThere topayThere todayThere
There will be an informal hop at the thepost thepost thepost
post this evening eveningClarence eveningClarence eveningClarence
l
Clarence Gaines Is In town for a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days having come to attend the Uni University University University ¬
versity club banquet last evening eveningMiss eveningMiss eveningMiss
Miss Ella Stickney has gone from fromLos fromLos fromLos
Los Angeles to San Francisco FranciscoMrs Francisco1Irs Franciscoa FranciscoMrs
a
Mrs Joseph Young will not be at athome athome athome
home this Thursday Thur day afternoon afternoonMiss afternoonMIss afternoonMiss
Miss Hattle Ward entertains the F FF FF FP
F Sewing club at her home No 546East 546 546East 646East
East Fifth South Saturday afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonlIrs afternoonS
S S S SMrs
Mrs S W Mann and Master Louis Louisare LouIsare Louisare
are In Ogden visiting Mrs J T I Smith SmithMARRIAGE SmithMARRIAGE SmithMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSES1865Clarence LiCENSES1S65Clarence
1865 1865Clarence Clarence Le Roy Fames Salt Lake LakeMabel LakeMabel LakeMabel
Mabel Clara Hogan Salt Lake Lake18G60scar Lake1866Oscar
1866 18G60scar Oscar A Anderson Salt Lake LakePearl LakePearl LakePearl I
Pearl J J Jenson enson Salt Lake LakeCLEVER LakeCLEVER LakeCLEVER
CLEVER PARAGRAPHS
Should Save It for July JulyNew JulyNew JulyNew
New York Herald HeraldThat HeraldThat HeraldThat
That sound like a a cross between the thecrunching thecrunching thecrunching
crunching of Icebergs and the wind hit hitting hitting hitting ¬
ting the mercury bulb at 40 4 below is the theFairbanks thoF81rbanks theFairbanks
Fairbanks presidential boom getting un under under under ¬
der way wayMight wnrMight ws
Might Do Both Some Good GoodNew GoodNew GoodNew
New York Evening Post PostShould PostShould PostShould
Should General Porters reference toLincoln to toLincoln toLIncoln
Lincoln be recommended to the president presidentor
or the senate Ho never attempted to toThey tomfU5Sage tomassage
massage the back Dack of a political porcu porcuDine porcupine
Dine DineThey pineThey
They Wont Do a Thing to Him Ther TherWashington Th re reWashington rcWashington
Washington Post PostJacob Post3acob PostJacob
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to tour r Wo advise him to drop that talk tallabout talkabout talkabout
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the local real estate properties of David DavidKeith DavidKeith DavidKeith
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day that he had accepted Mr Meloys Meloysresignation Meloysresignation Meloysresignation
resignation but had not determined upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his successor Under an ordinance passed passedMonday passedMonday passedMonday
Monday night by the council the new newdeputy newdeputy newdeputy
deputy will receive 125 a a month instead insteadof
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township 1 south range 2 west laO laOBilaa 150Silas i50Silas
Silas Richards to Thomas H Walk Walker
180 180Sarah 180Sarah 180Sarah
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Sarah S Sadler to Mary R Brunk Brunker
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south range 1 east 450 450William 450WlUlam 4lWilliam
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part of lot 3 block 27 plat B J JJoseph 1 130scph
Joseph Riddle to Martha Riddlepart Riddle Riddlepart Riddlepart
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