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tied by Prof risk la W pom
phlet lie says moreover tbattbeMtloal
way to Ufa tobacco ii through th jjpe
All agree that only tho boat tobacco should
be used Which li tho beetr That to
which Nature haa contributed tha iu oat ex
quisite flavors Blackwella Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco fills tho bill completely
Nearly two thirds of all tho tobacco grown
on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro
Una poos Into the manufactory of Black
well at Durham They buy the pick of
the cntlro section uence
Blackwella Bull Durham
Bmokln Tobacco W the
beat of that tobacco Dont
bo deceived when you buy
Tho Durham Bull trade
mark Is on
every frenulno
Blackwella Ocnulno Bull Durham
In tho cholco of nil Jmlgoj of
Biaokintf Tobacco
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jirnK Wiiuiih mit Ifurtiois
Repository Nta 18 Mutton Rtrettilnynville
Ky twrs lor DH iACKSOS S lltno
t l nml i nil t 11 n
i ivy iv 4iiiKiu
cracked heel wane uimsy lieol pricked loot
emitter nfuul crneUs corns oc Price QO renin
MENT lb an excellent remedy for enlnrpo
spavin ring bone capped bock curl
cpliut cramp or strain of the whirl bone
Price 50 cents
ever lnflnmitlon oi the kidneys and rhen
uatlsm In man or horc Pilce So cents
remedy lor chafes sores or quarter Crack In
norses feet nnd mange and lice lu cattle and
torses Pi Ice 5 ccutc
rsrSent to auinddrfss ou receipt oi pric
Sanitary Plumber
Cnrleys new syitein of HousoDrnluage and
Ventilation Bayi looms fitted up Willi hot
iiid cold water ti specialty Also a lurge
Netipplyol j
Iron Leadand Stone Pipe
Globe Anglo audi Check Valves water nnd
fcteani Gauges Force and Lift Pumps Rub
ber Hope CliHiideQeis Brackets and Globes
Personal attention given to all work and sat
Mactlon guaranteed T J CURLEY
Btcond stieet above Market opposite Omar
Dodsons Maysvllle Ky j16dly
Medicated Well Water
A Specific for DYSPEPSIA and
tjl AS been used with most gratifying sue-
JTl ccs In many obstinate cases Prof F
WTciark piolessorof Chemistry at the
veslty ot Ciuclniifitt says this water belongs
luthc simo class with that of the Alleghany
feplugs ot Virginia tho medicinal virtues
OHvhlcU nre too weir known to be stated here
Ihoso who desire to try this famous water
hr reterred to Captain C W Boyd Levanna
OBo Uuptniu C M Holloway Clnclunutl
OOo J J Ualpe Cinclnuutl Olilo For Bale
mhalf bai rcls and jugs by
c OUS btttMOKS Propiletoi
423dwtf AlvsrdeeuOblo
Eivlng had many yeaisexperlencein every
briltch of lils business and having built some
ot lie best buildings lu Kentuclty and Ten
se4eebotli public and private announces to
thtjcltlzons ot Mnysvlllo and surrounding
contry that l8umv permanently located lu
waj iviiie ana soiicus me pairouageoi an tie
slrfg woik done in this Hue Stair building
of ery character a specialty Satlstnctlou
gnliuteed orders by mull piomptly attend-
ea i t ny resiuence xoersoies puuu rmu
W1 Muysvllle Ky
Lirery and ale Stable
AkII line of nil kinds of vehicles on hand
orfe hire or exchange Horses kept by
dnyweok or mouth Largest nnd best an
poiu d Livery Stable In the west Prices as
owl auv llcsl nttcntlonto vehicles stoted
Tclaiono conncotlou Xo W and if west
riecdl Kt ap7dly MAYHVILLE KY
i Wo have in slocl full lines of-
Wile Goods and Dress Goods
San irg Hosiery Gloves Jerseys and nil
wiftciibie staple and fancy Dry Goods nt
bott prices Bleach Brown nuu Tobacco
Cott i a specialty
tdt iiioWeb t co
lauufncturcrs of nnd Dealeis in
StCres Mantels Grates
Stonewnre Woodouwaro Ac
VOL 3 NO 160 - - - -
Rooft Guttering Spouting urrti Sive Ile
palrspeclalty No atl Market Stnet Ti
uoisji Biunu jiuyKvuif ny inyiuty
-Dealer in
Tblrureet east of Limestone Powells old
standtaysvllJeKy HlBUestmarKet pilcr
paid tall UlnUs o Country pioduco BeM
of GrirloHnt bottom nrlces Call on lln
cle Twhotlier you waut anylilng or
not Kliiuum
T J tCAHTlirY Ucensed auctioneer
V it Mnson aim adjoining counties or
ders 1 nt tho Bumktin otlice will receive
prom mention P O uddress M t Ca rmel
SJhorraanrBlaine Arthur mdrIiogar
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Whllo Edmund Ilnwloy Grcftham
t Harrison arid White Arc Crowd
f tig 1a Their Kenr An
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CticagO June 2 The hotel lobbies
verecrowueci tuis morning me entrance
and oxtt to and from the Grand Pnclflo and
Palmer being almost impassable Two
largo doldgationsfrom tho South ono from
South Carolina and tho other from North
Carolina have arrived -
Mhorinnn or Governor Long of Massa
chusetts anil Collector Kobinson of New
York came in Saturday noon Tifty of
tho Now York Arthurs Buslnoss Mens
Party have renchfcil tho Pacinc and the
Arthur hendnuartere nro cranuuod The
raeiiic Coast Uelogntion representing Cnl
ifornin Oregon Nevada two hundred and
fifty nino strong arrived at tho Palmer
this morning with martial music and
Bluhio banners in tho air Thoy nro
But tbo vigor of their enthusiasm is undi
haul one of the del gates ae hodistrihut
od lilnine badges by the wholesale Wo
are hero to stay till Bliino is nominated
We havo supplies eatables and drinkables
and monoy to tee its through nnd when
Blaltio is numlnated wo will return to tho
const in tho iinest coaches that uver crossed
That sounds well aid Wales of tho
Now York oolegation but wo aro here In
tho interest ot
Wo feel that the present administration
has been highly Miceessful and wo dont
wnnt our business iutereits made unstaplo
by a chnngo
Senator Harrison of Indiana said that
all reports to the contrary notwithstand
ing it was impossible to say just how tho
Indiana delegation would go at the start
Paul Strobach of Motitgomory Ala
and Deputy Colloetor Blodgett of
I Walla Kouth Carolina aro cou picunus ut
the Shcrmnu House Blodgett i trying to
do heavy work for Arthur
Hon Jns A Geary Chairman of the
Maryland State Central Committee denies
the publishad statomont that Blaine has
eleven outot tno sixteen ot tuotr delegation
and says that his latest figures are eight frr
Arthur and eight for Blaine
Chicago June 2 The News prints a
number of interviews to day among them
one with Judgo J li I o raker of Ohio who
Is managing the Sliermuii boom It says
of him Judge J B Korakor tho Repub
lican candidate for Oovot nor of Ohio
ugutnst George Hoadley is a young muti
with a brown mustache a clean cut face
and a pleasant genial manner sufficiently
I think Sherman can carry Indiana
h and New York said he I have no
doubt about his ability to carry Ohio Wo
do not regard him aa a dark horse We
think ho comos hero with a positive follow
ing and that ho is the strongest man we
could nominate I feel kindly toward ail
the other candidates and President Arthur
particularly His administration has been
beyond question
Could not Arthur carry Ohio
Wo could carry Ohio with any fair
caudidate I believe
There and next to him Illuine Wo aro a
working State wo havo had a great deal to
overcome and lllaitios dash and vigor is
valuable capital with which to go into tho
Tho Logan headquarters occupy rooms
B4 and 30 and aro in charge of A M
Jones Chairman and Dan Shepherd Sec
retary of tho Illinois Stato Central Com
mittee It was claimed at these head
quarters that Logans friends wore grow
ing in conildeuco as reports came in of a
nature to indicate the
Securing a majority of the convention
Thus fur no headquarters have been
opened for Edmuuds or Hawley In tbo
dlsiMbsion and doubt over the question of
Hrtt placo the Vice Presidency has dropped
almost completely out of sight for the rea
son that the traditions of tho party make
he latter depend upon tho former as a
mere matter of political geography A
new candidate for that position was how
ever developed In tho person of Hon An
drew D White President of Cornell Col
lege who was spoken of for the placo in
case tho lortunes of politics should make a
Western man the candidate for Presidont
There are well fouuded reports thut sev
eral ilelegatos who wore elected as lilaiua
men will in viow of tho fact of Klierinaus
formal uominatoi voto for Sherman on
tho llrt ballot and ns long as his name is
hot ore the convention uml will only voto
for Blaiue in order to prevent tho nomina
tion of Arthur Lut nobody Knows how
many there are of this sort of delegare
The Texas delegation arrived last night
A delegate tays the majority aro for Ar
thur A feeling prevails that if there is
any chance for Arthur to drop out of the
raco they will all vote for Blaine The
colorod poople in the Stato are all shouting
for tho Plumed Knight I
When askod whether or not he was
working for Blaino ovaded mi answer by
laying his proforonco was Sherman
Tho Baltimore ii Ohio special newspaper
train which left Washington ut 10 a m
Fridny arrived hore at 7 oclock Saturday
limiting tho trip of 5U milos ii twenty -one
hoard tho fastvkt time ever nude over the
road Correspondents are expressing much
gratillcation at the courtosy of the Balti
more Ohio under the auspcos of Assist-
ant General lWonger Agenl J V Pung
horn and Superintendent of Telegraph
Charles Sohlcn
An Arthur member of tho Indiana dele
gation states positively that if Arthur is I
found out of tuTraceTlhe delegation will
To tho front It in Ktntivt t Ttlatnn
headquarters that thousands of his sup-
pun- win urnve Trunin uiu next twenty
four hours to help his canvass Two hun
dred tlom the Eighth Ohio district alone
are on their way in a speiinl train
The distribution of press tickets com
menced at U oclock Saturday at the Palmer
Hour The arrangement was admirable
and moved like clock work In three
hours nearly four hundred seats had boen
A General Siinpeitislou of ItoIUrtj
lUllU Iiiniisurated nt CIncIiiiintl
Cincinnati June 2 All tho rolling mllli
in thii vicinity are closing Tho real tauu
of shutting down is thai the scalo of prices
of the rolling mill workers expires to night
A new scalo of prices has been madv and
presented and the workmen have givoii tho
bosses two weeks1 time to consider the ap
plication A reporter madothe rounds
among tho leading mill owndrs Said J
Wnltur vice prosidont of tho Globe Mills
Wo will shut down to night to stop old
prico production for want of paying ordor s
It is for the general good of the iron inter
est and will stop this glutting of tho iron
market Tho now scale of wages is a
becondary matter and will bo considered
by us when properly presented
Frank Mitchell Secretary of the Mitchell
Traufor mills said The new contract
was presented to Mr Tranter who refused
to sign under any circumstances as tho ilrm
has a private contract with tho hands that
they consider binds tiisni from year to year
We will shut down lu night for an iudel
nit period
H S Wort lingtou Secretary of tho
Licking Holling mill Company said
Tho workmen hUvo prosonted the now
bill to us and as they gavo us two weeks
to consider wo will wait and abido tho ac
tion of tho Pittsburg and Youngstown
mills If they sign it we will also at any
rnto we will shut down to night for two
weoks and porhaps longer
E h Harper President of tha Swift
Iron and Steel Works said thit the firm
would positively nut sign thnt w contract
nder uny circumstance Th will abide
y no ones decision and will fUut down
-or an indefinite tiiuo
The workman are not ha tious for n
strike and will await patiently for two
weeks for the final decision of tho Arms be
fore going out They nro hopeful and
claim that a two weeks rest will do them
m i
The Prcftldcuta Now York Ileccptton
Nkw York Juno 2 After the parade
Friday tho President held a reception in
the parlor of tho Fifth Avenue Hotel
Throe hundred pesous wero present A
lurge number were grand army mon The
Presidont afpeared to be in splendid
health His eyo was bright and his skin
clear Af tir the reception ha had luncheon
in his rooms Marshal McMkhael Stephen
B French and Surrogate Rollins were his
guests They were at the table over two
hours Thon tho doors were opened for
another reception All who waited lone
enough saw the President Among the
callers wore General Butler Captain Mack
of the Ancient Artillery of Boston Thomas
C Acton Horace Russell Al Daggett
Chag L Tiffany John R Lydecken Sur
veyor Benedict Jacob Hess Actor Win J
Florence Captain Williams and Miss G
Lewis an old acquaintance The President
refused to discuss politics
Washington Juno 2 In the House
Saturday Mr Eaton Conn said ho hai
received letters from prominent men of 1L
teen States urging action upon two bills
relating to the Presidential count and
Presidential succession
He gavo notice that he would try to call
it up Monday
Mr Peters of Lansas hoped he wouM
not call it up in tho absence of Mr Hnrr
of Ohio who had prepared a minority i
The regular order was demanded anil
the House proceeded uudor the prior order
to consider bills from tho Committee on
Indian Affairs
Murdered IIIh Son
Philadelphia Juno Jntnei Fitzpat
rick proprietor of a hotel at 1U24 Passyunk
uvenue quarreled with his wife last night
shortly after the couple retired to their
room The son James was stooping in an
other purt of the house Hearing a dis
turbauce ho aroso and dressing himself
proceeded to the room of his parents and
demanded admission They refused w here
upon the young nuvi throw himself against
tho d r forcing it open Fitzpntrlck se
tilor becoming iufuriatod at his sous inter
ference seized a sword whioh hung in the
room and struck the young man in the
neck killing him almost instantly The
father proceeded to the police station and
surrendered himself
lino In Quebec
New York Juno 2 Another dispatch
was received at police headquarters tuis
morning by Inspector Dhks It is statod
positively that John C Kuo wus in Quebec
and there was hopes that ho would be ar
New York June 2 At noon to day
Superintendent Walling recolvod a dis
patch from tho police of Quebeo saying
that Kno had been arrested there and
would be sout back to New York
Queued Juno 2 Lawyers says thero it
no treaty by which Eno inn be extradited
It is said he lvts plenty of monoy Ifo took
his arrest coolly
Ireddy GcbhardN Jumper
New York Juno 2 All publio rccordi
iv ore beaten last night at the horse show
by Mr Frederick Gobharts splondid hunt
er Loo which cleared a barrier six feet
six inc Iks in Light The best previous rec
ord in nny country was six feot two
inches mado in England The horse
which already had a lino reputation as a
jumper was skillfully and fearlessly rid
derr by Poter Smith on employo in Mr
Gobhurds stable who has ridden all that
gentlemans horses during tho show with
great success
By the Triple Terrific Explosiou of
Dynamite Bombs
Scotland Yard St Janic Square and
Pall nail the Scenes of Wreck
Thirteen Wounded
London Terrorized
London May 31 An explosion sjp
posed to have been of dynamite occurred
in Scotland Yard at 013 last evening Ono
of the police hendqunrtors buildings war
completely wrecked and anuniber of houses
m tho vicinity woro soriously damaged
Fivo miriutes later a similar explosion took
placo in Pall Mall which shattered tlin
windows of the Carlton Club building and
considerably injured other structures iu
that neighborhood The roadway was torn
up and rendered impassable
The building partly wrecked bythoexplo
sion in Scotland Yard was a house used by
detectives of the lodging houso dopartmout
Tho adjacent Clarence Tavern was partly
demolished Several cabs standing in the
roadway wero ovorturued by tho forco of
tho explosion One carriage nearest by
was blown to pieces ami its horses wero in
jured A policeman on patrol duty at tho
time was seriously wounded and is now in
the hospital There w to several detect
ives iu tho wrecked house but noue wero
hurt The oxplosiou in Pall Mall occurred
two minutes after tliat in Scotland Yard
Three minutes after this ut 020 a third
explosion occunvd in lit James Square
only n short distance from tfio scoxo of the
second one Tho conr usiu in this case
was tho sovorest of nil Tb back wall of
tho Junior Carlton Club Uuildiug which
faces on Pall Mall was blown iu and tho
splendid mansion of Sir Watkins William
Wynn M P was partially wrecked Two
of Sir WatWus men servants received
slight injuries Tho windows wero smash
ed and tho gas extinguished
Eight maid servants of the Junior Carl
ton Club were wouuled by Hying debris
They wero removed to a hospital
At ihuO pm eighteen slabs ot dynamite
all connected with a siab which had n fuse
attached woro found by tho police at tho
bise of the Nelson Monument in Trafalgar
bquaro Tnoy wore conveyed to Scotland
Yard and uxiuiiiiiml by Colonel Majeudie
Inspector of Explosives who pronounced
thorn to be nitro compounds
London Juno L Tho excitement ovf
the explosions of dynamito is intense ai
many alarming rumors prevail Tho poli
are actively engaged searching for person
committing tho outrages but as yet bay
made no arrosts nor obtained the slights
clue They fear that moro disasters of tho
same sort will speedily iollow go a great
large force of police are detailed to guard j
all- public
way station with a number of detectives
placed on duty in the vicinity of
A couple aro at the disposal of each mins
ter to guard him to and from his residence
so great is the pressure being brought t
bear on the Government An olfflr of a re
ward of 1000 for tho capture of the per
sons causing lust nights explosion nnd
200 for information leading to their ur
rests is offered Tho police it seems had
ample time preparing as they recently ro
ceived a number of threatening letter
which it is no bolievod wore sent by dy
namiters warning thsm that the Invinci
bles were intent in their determination
Of Johri Daly James Egan and William
McDonnell saying that tho police h ad
quartors would bo mad to feel the power
of that organization At last a threaten
ing letter received by the police indicated
that au outrago wnlch would astonish
Scotlond Yard would be perpetrated oil
the Queens birthday So wild woro th
assertions that the polica paid littlo atten
tion to them and only remembered th
contents when awakenel to a sonseof alarm
by Friday nights explosion
NJjy YORK Juno L Rossa wus inter
viewed to day in regard to tho London ex
plosions Ho saiu
Wo got England at last It will notbe
long boforo sho will be on her knees Last
nights explosions are only the beginniug ot
her troublo Thats all Im going to say
Joyce Secrotary of tho Irish Revolu
tionary Brotherhood said
1 could tell you much about the explo
sions but it would be injudicious Last
nights work ought to convince England
that we are in ournost Scotland Yard
was attacked bcaasu there the plots
against Ireland were hatched The explo
sions show how UFois their tactics are
when wo aro ablo to blow up tho detectives
headquarters under their noses The other
explosions were notifications to laud
lords and aristocrats iu tho building
attacked to retire from the positions thoy
occupy We aro sorry if innocent persons
wero injured but lut em keep away from
government buildings
Did you anticipate the explosions
Courso wo did dont be surprised to
hoar of greater ones Detective Jarvis had
better mind hirrself Gludstono too
Sunk Ior a Widow Ity tlio Lute
Governor JciiIcIiim of Goorjfln
Savannah On June 2 A suit has been
filed iu tho Federal Court horo which re
veuls queer business transactions on the
part of the lata Governor Charlos J Jen
kins who diod several months ago Jenkim
will be remombered as tho Domocratio con
struction Governor of Georgia who refused
to rocntnfoa tho militaiV unthni ltlns nml
who kept tho great seal of tho Stato
secreted until tho advent of the Democratic
administration in 1373 when he was to
warded with a medal of honor by the Leg
islature The suit is brought against James
B Cummlnge and Charles C Jouos ex
ecutors of tup will of tho lato Governor
by Mrs Elizabeth T Bolt widow of Dr
Loonnrd C Bait In the suit sho Is repre
sented by Edward M Fox of Now York
uiid den Gnrtrpll of Atlanta Tho suit
is for JSOOOJ and hQscrQyioufc of the
ronowmg circuit stances Beforo tho war
Dr Belt lived in Burmo County He was
jtiite wealthy and owned among other
tnings 10000 acres of land In Bullock and
adjoining countios This laud was put in
to the hands of Governor Jonklus for sale
and soon after tbo war opened it was sold
for 100000 About that time Dr Belt
died Gov Jenkins mado no settlement at
the timo but stated that ho had invested
tho money in tho Confederate bonds issued
for the benefit of widows and orphans At
the close of tho war tho bonds beenmo val
ueless Greatly reduced in fortune Mrs
Bolt movod to New York When tho flurr
iu Confederate bonds occurred a yoar c
two ago Mrs Belt wrote to Governor Jen
kins and asked hiin to send on l ho bonds
and sho would soo what sho could realize
on them She alleges that Governor Jen
kins failed to send tho bonds but wrott
that ho had not invested tho money iji
bonds but had put proceeds of the snlo it
Confedernto Treasury notes Slio ther
asked that the Treasury notes bij siiit op at
her expense and Governor Jenkins sent
hor 15000 in paper of tho Confederacy
that loft a balance of a good manj
thousands In the meantime Govern i
Jenkins died leaving an cstnto of about
5100000 Mrs Belfbegnn to cast about tc
see what step3 she could tuko to recover
what sho considered hor legal rights Ater
consultation with prominont lawyers sh
has brought her bill claiming that the ex
ecutors of Governor Jonkins should nccodat
to her for money received by their testa or
Sho charges that tho amounts were invest
ed by hiin illegally and claims that she i
entitled to that money and iuteroit thu
holds that she is not barrod that tho stat
ute of liniitation does not apply ns Gov
ernor Jenkins hold the funds as trustee fur
her nnd her children
How Gcncrnl Grant Received Mx
ISoiiqiititH from Mx School Glrlt
Brooklyn N Y Juno 2 At V M
oclock Friday night the third gatling bat
tery announced by a snluto of seventeen
guns at Williamsburg that General LT s
Grant and General Sheridan woro crossing
the river As tho two carriages passed
through tho frry gates both old and youne
soldiers came to a present General
Grunt and Sheridan occupied tho roar seat
of the tlrst cnrrlago Not a muscle of Gen
oral Grants fa o moved as tho crowd of
spectators with one accord lifted their
hatri and begun to chocr Sheridan smile I
Headed by the Thirteenth roghnont the
carriages proceeded to the residence of
Xoseph F Knnpp through the line of ma
rines and veteruus At Mr Knapps min
sion which was tho headquarters of the
Grand Army for tho day tho informal cer
emony of introducing tho visitors occu
pied about an hour General Grant wu
presented with six bouquets by as man
ladies One of them stopped in front of
tho General and said
General Grant We presesont you with
a bouquet of lowers as a tribiUe of pur af
fllloiifor wouiriiavo learned at schoj
how much you have done for us and our
country and wo shall remember this meet
ing with pleasure as long as wo livo
For this pretty littlo school girl speech
the General kissed eaoli of tho girls after
Which they blushingly retired General
Sheridan received a bouquet and a speech
but lie was lost in the crowd whou the kiss
ing timo arrived After luiieheon the vis
itors wero driven to the reviewing stand at
Washington Park where many prominent
people were assembled
GoOIore Iliun Uu ISnrculned For
Kkviort N J June 2 Mrs Emma
Curtis is a handsome young widow of thu
city Sho gums a subsistuu e by dres
making This morning she gained some
notoriety by entering tho storo of Edward
Gerau a prominent merchant and vigor
ously applying a horsewnlp on his head and
shoulders Mrs CurtLs mother Mrs Gib
son washes for Uerau and while at work
in his houso on Thursday he made uu in
sulting remark ubuit Mrs Curtis telling
hor to tell the daughter what he said
Goran says he had no idea sho would Mrs
Curtis got angry and golu j to a store pur
chased a whip and cotifrontud Geran say
ing sho had come to puintii him Goran
mado no defense hut tried to got away
Ho says he had no Intention of injuring
her reputation
IlNtol Prni ttce
Rock Island 111 June 2 Friday J E
Bailey and J A Hill wero standing with
their wives iu a crowd in tho Court House
Square during decoration exercises With
out a word of warning iiill drew a small
calibre pistol and thel Bailey three times
Two bullets struck his ilicht arm nnd ono
the small of the bne Hill was promptly
arrested There was great excitoment
Mr Bailey says he iau not account for the
shooting us ho and Mr Hill were good
friends Hill claims that improper rela
tions existed between his wife and Bailey
TIo says ho meant to kill Bailey the first
timo they met but did net oxpect to see him
in tho court house yard Bailey deuios the
A Cri lt vpectcd
Minneapolis Minn Juno 3 A dis
patch to tho Journal from Winnopog says
Tbo government caucus sat all Thursday
night and yestorday They havo decided
to reject tho terms offered by tho Dominion
Government and will insist on tho control
of the land matter Several government
followers have left thfir ranks and a crisis
is expected
ITInll 1ouvUon Stolou
Lincoln 111 June 2 The two out
going mail pouches of this city woro stolen
from the Illinois Cutral depot while the
postofflco oillcer was temporarily absont
One of the missing pouohes was found yes
terday In a neighboring wheat Held gutted
of it3 contents The other has not boon
found Tho loss is uukuown
Virginia Mall It lbor Arrested
Dallas Tor June 2 Oliver B Taylor
arrested in Donton County was lodgod in
tho Dallas jail yesterday charged with
robbing the U S mall of 300 botween In
dependence nnd Grant in Grayson County
Virginia in Fobrunry last His father i
a mail contractor --
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