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i ..i tlio Postoffice, Prescott. Ark., in H.ntorc^ st "pp(||i(| (,lllss Mllttpr. BAIEKOAO time card. St. Louis, Iron Mountain a Foutiir’n SOUTHBOUNH KROM I'RKseolT: 751 Plisjsengvr nod AJ;*iI. .. J;-n A. M. 753 PnsschgiT nod Mail.0:10 r. M. NORTIlBOUNIl KROM I OKSi oIT: 75■> 1’nssuoger nod nmil.9:44 a. m . 754 pflggeogcr and mail..10:07 p. M. II. C .Ionks. Agent "A chiefs uniiing ><•, fakin' notes All- faith lu ll print "em." 1)iiy (roop, at Brown ik Blakely s. Lots of rain nmv—some falling nearly every tiny. Mr. J. 1’. Cant ley, of Hope, was up Sunday, visiting friends. Mr. T. S. Bryan made a business trip to Little Koek last week. Attorney M. W. Greeson made a professional visit to Kmmet Monday. Glad to have Hon. K. K. White with us again, lie is in line health. Gootl roller-process Hour at 1. W. Johnson’s. For line fresh meats go to C. A. Raster’s meat market. Good plow horse and mule for sale cheap. W. W. Rowakos. Groceries—full line—at the lowest prices, at I. W. Johnson s. When you want a nice steak, roast, sausage or pork, call on C A Raster. Melons on ice at H. R. Harwood's. Messrs. T. C. Mcltae and W. II. Terry made a business trip to Texar kana Monday. 'The colored people here had a big time Sunday. District conference, also Hisliop Hein1 present. C’ol. R. .R Miller, of Houghton, was a pleasant caller Triday. Reft an order for some job work. Mr. 1*. J. Tidwell, of Kosslon. was in town Monday, lie hasoiir thanks for contribution oil his paper. The “Glorious Itli” was a gloomy , rainy day. Hut few left town to attend picnics or celebrations. Messrs. \V. H. Garrett. Calvin .Jones and Matt Denman arc jurors in the District Court at Texarkana. Foster & Logan Ildw. Co..have got their fruit jars bought before the advance. Drygoods and Shoes lower at Hrown \ Hlakely’s. than anyplace in l’reseott. Go and see. Foster & Logan Ihlw. Co., have sample buggies on hand. Don t buy until you see them. (Jo to the new meat marked of W illingham Munerief for nicest fresh pork, line steaks, roasts, etc. Men’s line hand-made made Kan garoo and Dongola shoes at R W . .Johnson’s. Hoots, shoes, hats and caps less than manufacturers’ prices at I. M. Johnson’s. Foster A Logan Ildw. Co., have a large ami complete slock of furniture, cheaper than ever. Mr. Sim .Johnson, of Waldo, re turned home yesterday, after a pleas ant visit among relatives and friends here. Mrs. J. K. Harrell has moved her stock of millinery to Okolona to dis pose of. Trust she will reali/.e a good profit. Let everybody come out to the fit i/.cns meeting next Monday night.— Something new and interesting for the occasion. Mr. J. II. Pickett, of Chidiater, Ouachita county, on Ilia way to court at Texarkana, stopped over here Sunday to see friends. Misses Truda Marshall and Nora I,egg, of Kipmet, were up last week, visiting friends here. Also took in the Houghton picnic on the 4th. Mrs. Sidney Parker has our best thanks for a very line peach, as large ns a tea cup, sent us last week. She raises the finest peaches we ever saw. Clide Moses Winter represented Nevada county in the soldiers’ re union at Little Hock on the 4th. t The regularly appointed delegates could not attend. Second-hand school books, good as now, at half price, at Hugh Mon* crief’s. Wo want men ami teams right away, ami will pay good prices for hauling. Stakhktt & M< Donnki.i.. Reese’s Switch. Ark. If. h. Langford, tonsorial artist, respectfully solicits I lie patronage of the public. Satisfaction given in all work. If you are suffering with weak or iutlumcd eyes, or granulated eyelids, you can he cured hy using Dr. J. II. McLean’s Strengthening Kye Salve. t'apt. John Parker, of Hodeaw, ! was up Monday with election returns. Thanks for another new subscriber lie secured tor this paper. Mr. I,. I,. Hon nett, of Hosston. On account of the rain, hut few attended the citizens’ meeting Mon day night. Our future prosperity depends on acting now, building 11(1 factories. Come out next time. (fur elegant and accomplished scribe, ‘ Stella,” will please accept ^otir best thanks for two new sub scribers sent in this week, to-wit: ! Mr. .Jeff Parker. Waldo, and Mr. T. P. While, Hiugen, Ark. Money has been subscribed by private citizens to enclose the park grounds with a substantial hedge fence, and immediately afterwards the calaboose was put on the ground. There is inneli objection made to I his. Aiisley and bis cohorts have often harped about Democrats being guilty of fraud in Pulaski county. On op posite page we copy from the (lazette sworn evidence of intimidation and fraud l>\ Hepublieaus. Head it and show it to your neighbor. Try limit’s Cure for lte|>, Ringworm Tetter. Ke/.uiini, OM Sores, 1 Idling. Piles etc. Cure Guaranteed. For le bv I • Howell. (iood weight and good treatment, with choicest meats, at ('as Paster’s meat market. Ice-cold melons, delivered to any part of the city, free of charge, at H. L. Harwood’s. Distress after eating, heartburn, sick headache and indigestion are cured In flood’s Sarsaparilla. It also creates a good appetite. Misses Annie and Ara Willingham have opened a dress-making estab lishment next door above the old ice house (former stand of Mrs. Harrell), and respectfully ask the patronage of the public. Prices reasonable. Second-hand booke, al most good as new, for half price at G. W. Ter ry’s. Hugh Moncrief has the largest stock of School Books, and sells them cheaper than any house in town. M\ pastures near Prescott are open good grass and lots of it "ill pasture stock or cattle cheap. W ill also trade or buy stock. A. Am Kitow. Attend Citisens Meeting. As a prominent citizen remarked the otner day, the mean and trilling! element of negroes here are growing more insolent and troublesome. If low-down white men office-seekers and politicians will let. them alone they would stay in their place. Mr. Thomas Ityan, the new sec tion boss who has had charge of the radroad track here some two months, is no" a member of our large family of subscribers, lie comes from Mis souri here, and is a solid, straight Democrat and clever gentleman. There is strong and just complaint about the town calaboose being loca ted in the park grounds, by the city council. It not only spoils the looks of the nice grounds, but is contrary to precedent and common sense. Who ever heard of a calaboose in a city park? Col. W. V. Tompkins and Hugh Moncrief secured $10.00, in small amounts front friends, to send the Gazette fund for Mrs. Darden, of I'nion county, who was left in desti tute circumstances by her husband being unjustly sent to the pen by the Federal court. The richest nnd poorest, tin' "Most and youngest, the proudest aud humblest, the largest nnd smallest, all use Cheatham s Chill Tonic. For sale by J. O. llowcll. If you want good pasturage, con venient to town, and well watered, applv to \\. A. Hatley, who will open his oat fields soon. Soda 4 ets. per pound ; starch ■> ets. per pound. A great reduction in price of white goods. Straw hats strictly at cost. A nice line of Hanncl shirts and gent's and ladies’ scarfs, at W. K. Ahustiiono & Co’s. Geo. W. Terry keeps a large assortment of school books, at bottom prices. It will pay you to call before buying else where. Bargains and great bargains in goods, more goods and better goods, for less money than ever before at I. W. Johnson’s, at Johnson ik (Jener ullv's old stand. "•Fashion”—This is the trade mark of a choice line shoe which 1 wc are receiving this week, in addi tion to a !illing-in shipment for our regular line. 'Ve are glad to see that our efforts to give better goods for less money than any other house 'arc appreciated, and we respectfully ' solicit a continuance of alt favors, 1 mid promise fair dealing and good | values. Uiiown & Blakely. Is the place to buy your drugs, medicines, paints, oils, school iL. A. 1 ^ books, cheap and good tobacco, cigars, wines, liquor and alco _ hoi. Special attention given to orders for drugs and liquor HOPE, ARK. When you come to Hope, call and see me, whether or not you wish to buy goods. Mr. W. I . Hendrix, of liosston, was up yesterday, and gave us a pleasant call. He has a new saw. gin and grist mill, with a plainer, two miles south of liosston, and ad vertises the same, asking public pat ronage in another place in this paper, lie is a most clever gentleman, and we wish him success. Mr. C. .1. Cook, a transient and almost a stranger here, was badly knifed Saturday by dies Levy, a ne gro. 15oth were drinking. It seems they got into a dilliculty, when Cook run the negro off, but latter said he would get his pistol, and in a short time returned and renewed the ditll eultv, cutting Cook in the left side, between seventh and eighth ribs to the hollow. The wounded man is recovering, and the negro has so far evaded the officers. I'ncle Haley Kershaw's grand drawing took place on the 4th, ac cording to previous announcement. A large crowd present at his store, and much fun and merriment. The jar of peas was opened and counted by a committee of seven, and found to contain 10,040 peas, (loesses had been made all the way from I,(Mill to 1,000,000. Mr. W. I’. Bonner guessed nearest. 10.047. and got first prize, a gold watch : Moses \\ in ter next, 10,041)—got set china; Messrs. .1. Higgins, O. Ingersoll, \V. C. Franklin and.). Catlett, all guess ed the same number. 10.050, and got prizes. Sin Lo.-t. In tin- suit against t lie county in tin U. S. District court at Texarkana Monday, judgment was obtained for $1(>.!»‘J4 in scrip, which was $55 h‘ss than aniounl sued for. Col. C. Hamby, who represented the county, having discovered error, with the assistance of Clerk l’ortis. Attorney Hamby brought out fact that Gee Bros., of this place, borrow ed 82.500 in cash on this large sum of scrip, from Bice. Stix & Co., of St. Louis, giving it as collateral, and thus the suit was brought. From July Nth on until paid, the county will have to pay six percent, interest on it, $G5!».G4 every year. We propose to do all kinds of dress-making, and at reasonable pri ces. Sewing done expeditiously and in best and latest style. Call on us at former stand of Mrs. J. If. Har rell. West Main street. Axxik & Aka Wiluxoii.am. Saw Mii.i. and Gin.—I have a new saw mill and plainer, also first-class gin, two miles south of Hosston. Can supply any kind of lumber or dered. and will be pleased to do your ginning. (Jive me a trial. Also have grist mill, and will grind every Saturday until 12 o’clock. Satisfac tion guaranteed. W. T. Hi.ndkix, Hosston, Ark. N \n kk’> Own Hkmi.dy—'Totem of Health. 1 am agent for this celebra ted medical lake water, which will cure rheumatism, catarrh, kidney troubles, piles, scrofula and all dis eases arising from impure blood. Sold under a positive guarantee money refunded if cure not effected. I’rice'81.00 per package—sent post paid to any address on receipt of money. T. M. Nkai., Prescott, Ark. A good lady’s corset at 2-> cents, worth fu cents. Ladies silk gloves Joe., worth 50c. Ladies Lisle thread gloves 15 cts., worth 25 cts. Men’s suspenders lit cts. Boys' suspenders 5 ets. Ladies’ low-cut button shoes f.5c. Ladies’ solid leather polka shoe* Go cents. Good tobacco 25 cts. a pound. 1. W. Johnson. The Senatorial Election. The election Saturday <>f a State Senator for this, the 20th District, passed off very quietly. The result can not yet be told as returns are not all in. It is thought Hamby has carried this county by a small major ity over Wallace, his opponent. Below we give unofficial returns as far as heard from in this county. (No news from Hempstead.): Tow»»hl)>. Ilaniby. Wnlluee. Albany 55 1* Alabama Houghton 12 l'J Caney 1” Emmet 50 12 Georgia 16 - Jackson 20 43 I .cake Missouri 174 125 Darker 46 5t> Hedland 20 50 Taylor •— ~~ I'nion 12 47 Grand Reduction. As the summer season will soon he lover, and we desire making room for our fall stock, which we promise to lie the largest in South Arkansas, we will, in the next few weeks, have a special sale of remnants and such goods as we desire closingout. Our friends can safely rely on a grand reduction in everything. Keep your j eve on our advertisement and notice the time. It will pay you to attend. J. T. Uuooks <k Co. CORRESPONDENCE. Neighborhood News find General Topics from Onr Special Scribes. ! \iitk. < om*pondrlit* will plrttsr \vrlt«a upon but oil** «ddi* «»t' puprr, mid inuki proprr nninr* \ rrv plain. < omuiuiiictttiotix should rrnrli thi* office by Satnnla\ or Moinlax —TiiomIhj morning at Intrst. Itr lirirt*— long Hrtifb-H often >m\«• to br nit down or Irft out. it paper i* erowded. Ki»i mi:.) funnel ftellings. Grass growing at a fearful rale. It. It. returned to lus post last Sunday. Mr. Will Phillips returned to liis post the latter part of last week. Great fears are entertained for the early millet crop—too much rain. The election passed off quietly. Sorry to say that the people didn't seem to take interest enough. Mr. ('has. Leanders has bought the store-house, with entire stock therein, of Mr. C. If. Andrews. The -4th was a quiet day here. Kverybody steyed at home and kept sober not a drunk man in town. Miss Narcissa Gill, of Prescott, has been spending several days with her sister. Mrs. L. If. McSwain. Your scribe has had a sick spell, but is better at present writing, and don’t, feel like writing at all, hut want to comply with promise. A genuine fraud, calling himself Prof. Duvall, hailing from Missouri, struck this town last week hut failed to get in his work. Look out for him. He claims to be a juggler, and exposer of spiritualism. He is wanted here to settle a little board Dill. Mr. Elmore Andrews and Miss' -Witt, aged respectfully sixteen and seventeen, were united in mar riage July fitli, at the residence of the groom’s brother, Mr. Davis Andrews. The ceremony was per formed by Mr. C. II. Andrews, also brother of the groom. They are (piite young, but I wish them a pros perous life. Damoci.ks. Laimbiirg Leaflets. The Fourth was rather damp—for picnics. Too much rain of late for anything except ducks and hirelings. Corn is as good as can be, is the universal verdict of farmers here. Some say that cotton is growing too fast, but 1 say let her grow. Jas. F. (iarrett smiles all the time now—a tine boy at his house the cause. A Mr. Smith is teaching the school at Ml. I’isgah. All seem to be pleased with him so far. If reports be true, some of our boys are champion watermelon eaters —$10 worth, at one time, by live! boys. Crops will soon all be laid-by. Work in the corn is about finished, and a good many will be giving their cotton its last working this week. So in a short time The farmer will have a limited rest spell, which he always needs after the push of the spring and early summer is past. (■oof* Ln k, Undraw Kells. Roasting ears are plentiful. A new well at Bodcaw Academy. Messrs. T. C. White and J. S. Brewer are in our vicinity, the former visiting friends and relatives, the lat ter to enter school here. Some cases of sickness in this sec tion. Among which may be men tioned Mrs. Lightsey, wife of our clever friend and postmaster, Ksq. .1. W. Lightsey, but I am glad to say is convalescent. Mrs. Carlton, wife of Dr. S. R. Carlton, of Emmet, is also quite sick at her father's. Her husband was notified of her sickness and he immediately came to her bedside. How sad it was to be deprived of attending some one of the gatherings on the 4th, but such was the case with your writer. A sick child kept me at home on that day. A goodly number from this community went to Holly Springs, four miles east of here, where they were entertained by Prof. <i. VV. L. Kanawa's juvenile band of speakers and others, who acquitted themselves nobly, I learn. Taking all tilings into account, no community lias a better class of citi zens than liodeaw. They respond cheerfully to any eall for aid in any enterprise of the community. A Hill has been furnished Mr. A. 15. Pick ard, who will at once saw lumber for the extension and completion of liodeaw Academy. Although we have had opposition we feel encour aged that in every effort we have made success has perched itself on our banner. We boast of good peo ple, good lands, good water, good health, tine location for school, a line school, and one of the best trained classes in vocal music in South Arkansas, for this is the home of the Union class and its leader, Prof. W. T. Settle. The evening shades fall gently across the landscape and the night gathers silently around us. with nothing to break the still, sultry calmness suve the song of the katy tlid, joined in occasionally by a lone mocking-bird hid away in some bushy cluster, or else perched upon :i tall tree all alone; while with the reap pearance of day the hum of the lice, the twitter of birds, the outstretched fields of cotton, the waving corn laden with large roasting-ears. the bending boughs of trees of delicious fndl, all ripening in their season, and the copious, gushing showers of rain, forcibly portray the Mattering prospects of an abundant crop of everything, except cotton, which is likely to be injured on account of too much rain. Stk.m.a. I.ncbuul I,m ills. More rain. More grass. (food crops. A happy people. Many disappointments on July 4th on account of rain. Mr. .1. W. Mitchell was called to see a brother near (iaincsvillc. Tex., who is dangerously ill. Mrs. Jennie Hughes, nee MetSraw, of Prescott, is visiting the family of Mr. P. C. Hays. May her stay be pleasant. Several good men have been look ing around our country with a view to buying, if suited; result—well pleased. I'm i i J'»k. Loomis’ Mill. The health of our little community is fairly good. Mr. Loomis has taken out his old engine and is putting in a new forty horse power engine-—and then stand from under and see the lumber fly. A colored female, a perfect terror in manner and voice, wife of one of the workmen, created a stampede among the little (toys the other even! ing. and because the men laughed she went into such a frenzy of anger that she kneeled down and scratched the ground, possibly supplicating the aid of a demon supposed to in habit a warmer climate than this, or it may be a new way of giving emphasis to language. Such a scene would be amusing, only it is so in tensely disgusting. As you know, last week was a rainy, disagreeable one and a poor time to enjoy a national holiday, but where there’s a will there is usually a way. and so on Saturday, the fith, nearly all the families here took their celebration in the natural park above the mill. The men had erected a substantial table in the shade, and at the proper time the ladies came forward and spread it full of the sub stantial as well as many of the deli cacies of life, and, to put it mildly, will say that everybody, old as well as young, seemed to enjoy the occas ion to the fullest extent. A day spent in this way occasionally is a relief from the everyday cares of life and a pleasure we all enjoy. 1 wish some one could tell us why Mr. Let Loomis goes across the old lield so often, in the direction of Mr. llawkius’, unless he is hunting onions or blackberries. Possibly Miss Alice could inform us. I/isorKi.i.ow. Celebration at Pinoy Grove. Despite the very inclement weather the Pinoy drove and Providence Sundav schools celebrated the Fourth at the latter place, with a good at tendance The exercises were opened with song, and prayer by Kev. II. J. P. Horne. The Piney drove Sunday school was led by Miss Nora Newton and the Providence by Mr. .1. K. Hreckenridgc. After a number of nice recitations and some good music, all were invited to partake of a most excellent dinner, which the generous and hospitable people of this section are known to always serve on like occasions. In the afternoon addresses were delivered by Mr. J. (5. Wilson on “The Progress of the Age,” and Mr. W. W. Mayes on “Prohibition,” which closed the days exercises. At night a packed house was well entertained by a concert, under the management of Mr. 1$. F. Butcher. I All the characters were well repre sented, considering the various dis- I advantages under which they labored. | “The Last Loaf” was well rendered by, W. 1). Sutton as Mark Ashton, Miss Ida Newton as Kate Ashton, I Miss Li/./.ie Wilson as Lillie Ashton, .1. if. Wilson as Caleb Hanson, Miss Nora Newton as Patty Jones. Thos. Holcomb as Dick Bussell, and J. C. Kelley as Tom Cliubbs. The other performers were Misses Ada Cathey and Mary Homan, and J. U. Newton and Albert Butcher. Messrs. It. M. Stone, Clem John son, R. L. Aaron, Phil Johnson, W. I. Newton, and Brad Hamilton kindly honored the occasion with an abundance of good music. Among the many visitors we no ticed Misses Mary Bird, Minnie Wall, Tressa Blake, Irene Boulter and Fannie Martin from Prescott; and Mrs. Fannie Price, Missees Trudie Marshall and Nora I JCgg' from Fmmet. Messrs. Willingham A Hightower did a “laud otllce’’ business with their circular swing. At 11 :1’» p. m. the concert closed, and all. we trust, went away with happier hearts and feeling a deeper pride and love for our great, grand and glorious Union, for having par ticipated in the celebration at I’inev Grove. Rki’oktkk. BARGAINS, not ran one day, but «K»mn ENTIRE MONTH! PRICES TAKE A PRECIPITOUS TUMBLE AT HEADQUARTERS! J, T. BROOKS TCiT, Who are always on the lookout-take advantage of low prices offered by Eastern merchants who are eager to close out surplus Spring stocks at a sacri fice, and secure for the people of Nevada County some of the most astonishing bargains ever known. Such as will please the trading public, and produce a howl by some of their would-be long time com petitors, who, in vainly attempting to imitate them, unwittingly advertise them. They buy goods in larger quantities for the Cash, getting the benefit of free discounts and can for that reason sell from 15 te» 25 per cent, cheaper than any house in Prescott. They Have a Full and Complete Line of l’arasols, Fans. Corsets, Dress Huttons, Uihbons, Laces, Embroiilerics. Marie and Surah Silk for Dress Trimmings, Cashmere. Nunsveiling. Sattcens. Lawns, Challies, Nainsooks, < )rgandy. Cheek and Striped Lawns in White and figured, Table Damask. Crash Towels, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Cotton Checks, Cheviot’s, Etc. They have also a large line of Children’s, Youth’s ond Mens Clothino, Hilts, Shoes, Slippers, Shirts, Drawers, Etc. In fact you can get anything you want in the DRY GOODS line,'while their STAPLE GROCERY STOCK Can not be excelled. They 'have a large stock of Flour, Meal, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Molasses, Sugar, Coffee, Corn, Salt, Peas, Soap, Starch, Soda, Etc. jSsgrGO TO HEADQUARTERS.-*^ FOSTER & LOGAN HOW. CO., West Main St., PRESCOTT, ARK. CENEftAL DEALERS IN All kinds Of A ^ ^ A HARDWARE, STOVES TINWARE, MILL and FARM Machinery. WHITEWATER WAGONS. A TIN SIKH* run in connection with ^store. in which all Kinds of tin work, repairing,*etc.. will he done neatly"and cheaply. Furniture! Furniture! 1 \U<;K SLOCK, AT liOWKST I'UICKS, ill our new furniture store the N T liidinioinl old stand. We defy competition in all goods we carry. Iiotli in Hardware and Furniture stores. AGENTS ENTIRELY WANTED. JNEW BOOK I'h, iniKt wwmli rful collfctluii uf practical real ' valve mid every-day use <"r |Im' l""i’1'' i>ui> llabii| on tlx gluts A marvel of money saving and money earning «*r «•"'■'>' "• .. mil- ..I II. imtilul. helpful ,-ii»!i-in lug-, -!(•.« n, Tilling lik? ii ill till' Ullhi r-I . M til'll Him wiiifli i-”i true value, V1 -in,.:, I, it, -iii'i)-' paying employment in t..1 .-tiling iIm»i',>iiiiIi1> first Class »' i"" ' triiimlliMril) low Price -'"'"l'1 ti,>11 ;tml t< i in' on tin' in*t mimi'kuiiU uthUw „l il, I.k '■ liking -ill, ' till- ll'lirl'l lM'gll", A i ( nsi—During the month of July we will sell at prime cost all remnants and summer goods In stock, such as white goods, lawns, sateens, ehnllies, linen and cotton chanibruys. ginghams, seersuckers, organdies, cteT. etc. IJuow s & Hi. \kki.v. N>n hi. ! All persons are hcrch.v warned to keep off my premises will prosecute trespassers for c\cr\ ot W. W. KowAittks. Kor rheumatic and neuralgic pain--, ml) in Dr. I. II. Mi l.can's Volcanic Oil Liniment, and take Dr. -I. H. McLean'- Sarsaparilla. You will nut suffer Inn::, hut will he gr.ilihcd with a | ecih and effe live cure. notkt: fob miiiH atios. I.AMl Umi K AT CvMl-KN. AkK„ ^ June ft, lHH'.l. I NOTll'K is hereby given tlmt the follow ing-named settler has Med notice ot his in tention to make tiiinl proof in support ot his claim, anti that said proof will be made Ins fore the county judge ‘of Nevada eountv, Aik, at Prescott, Ark, on July --TM.il, Ik8U, viz: Hugh Mmnk-, UK 11 ;t*>0 for the NK >\\ and N\V SK-tSMO-SM West. lie names the following w itnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion said land, viz : Alex. Vaughn. N. T. Richmond, John Ward, Henry Ward, all of Prescott, Ark. An* person who desire- to protest against the allow ance of such proof, or w ho knows of an* substantial reason, under the law and the regulations of tlm Interior Department, why -m b proof should not be allowed, will lie given an opportunity at tin- above men tioned lime and place to ( i*,----examine the witness- of said claimant, ami to otter evi dence in rebuttal of tlmt submitted by claim ant. VV . I* UAMSKY. lb gister. ' so* 'mSm t *»»• Uetfc U4)h' ■ •11*1 grills Wit*. Milk Work* Tmil tiwi of equal *»lu« ft One l*rr»«n ia mc! lo cality can oa« togwihx utih <»ui Urgw antltal* uabl* hit. <.f •« ou»t*l*ol4 i Hi.n|ilt i- The** »au»plM. U well »s I*. UA- - ll. *• m m , m m |r ,-«•«, anil •fl-i v-m ha»* kept Ik,., I. h»m. f-r « n. -I- ■" - el,. .,o» ... Ua* ... " l*T"L.1?g nks wi-lt. S“Swl5.,«i *JK5 SUawa-elv, atg, PurU*a4.