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   Lawrence Daily Record (Newspaper) - June 9, 1893, Lawrence, Kansas                                r THE BAIL AHLlSiiED JUNE HOi IVLDRIDGE J I All til latest Imiflroveni L AWRKNCK HOUSi til r OPPOSITE ELDmOGE Gi DREClORj AND Ihirn THE SHERMAN LAW fc GENERAL TRACY SEES THE PRESIDENT ABOUT Charlfs Shank of I Thomas of Iittmaii of Morton Miller of Indiana and Francis Tay I lor of Illinois Thomas Fawcett or as a clerk of class MORE BOLD ROBBERS COOKLiH IN Tiir Goods 07 Heavy Hallo AWt D Qipcy and Altonicv at SilSItmSDBElt BE REPEALED lie a Staunch AntiSilver anil There Will Ite No CuuVprwmlse With the Free Sliver Men Au Unconditional Lc Both the method and results Symip of Figs la taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the nnd acts j ponily yet promptly on the Liver and cleanses the sysi tern dispels headj inost conspicuous antisilver leui aches and fevers and cures habitual ci Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro pleasing to the taite and ac Illrreaied records j j of Ihe postofticc department show rej ceipts al various lirstclass postofiices during the year endiny March j together with the increase over i the previous to have been as folj lows Kansas in i Kansas i THEY HOLD UP THE MOBILE AND OHIO NEAR PID 10 I flflTDn LiK Ib of who is one of the crs in couyrcss ami who is regarded as une of the strongest friends of the istration oil Ihe floor of the is here and saw the pres Cardliial Clbuoua ou tlie Iu response to a telegram from the Carj dinal crbhonv called at the White j house ami had an interview The occasion of the nld not bo definitely president Faenacera Ware Uadly but Net chanceU eat No WM ml of Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report Baking Ponder ABSOLUTELY PURE St Louis LOOK FOR A Vim General FfllnK In Hawaii It That One Will Kf one knows how or but the fact remains that annexation party of Hawaii have BIISLEXS fiOOlL IT but it Is understood that th wished to consult with him as to the litncss of a candidate for a prominent has ttill another train robbery to Ihe settled it in their own minds that the or of its immediate States is going to establish a men protectorate over the IS GIVEN A GOOD START BY OHIO of a dent iene copijilile to the prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable its j adoption of any many oxccllont qualities commend ittj with the freesilver meii to alland have made it the most I popular ronieily j of Figs is for sale in JiOc and SI bottles by all loading Any reliable druiriiist who may not have it on hand will pro promptly for any one who u try iu not accept auy I Tracy v will be re ion without GALIFOiVHA FIG SYRUP says that the Sherman pealed at the comin the passage ot any substitute measure ompromiscs 1he simple proposition to repeal law will j have a he in the am there are fortylive votes j for it in the I He believed that strength to vote down any i attempt on the part of the silver men to sOiure the substituting of the old j niand act or any oilier measure re ducing the amount of monthly pur chases of silver and ho also giivc tt as his opinion thai proposed repeal of the ten pel cent ou the circula tion ol slate banks fail of pus BRECKINRIDQE ON At last night six held up and robbed the Mobile and Ohio aoutbbduad passenger which left Louis at The robbery took place at Forrest a small station in a FURNITURE Roofe A FIX AND FriSXlTrUK ix Cfesmber Dining Room Suits and Parlor Goods to Salt iodils Delivered to Any Part of Ilio No to Show A All alls eiUipr liy or Night IVciiiiplly Attiiulod f iftioii live Me a Oil in Ai My at susSlO IVleptono N Star says President Cleveland told a member of congress today that unilrr no circumstances would there bu an issue of bond unless especially by The admin was not responsible for the present tinancial aud i it lay with rorikTess and not with the i administration to timl a remedy for iL A 1K1 i I OK musi appear u Attorney at J I eertiltcatc thai TOO up Secretary Smith Savt the Strip Be Opeiiittt in SopteuiUer in the Old WASHING i June Between thelM aud ihc of said Secretary Hoke Smith wo will open the I suppose will open it in the good old rough and tumble Ive attempted to devise other ways which promised more peace and gen eral winch would give the weak something like the chance pos sessed by the but each prop osition as far as we formulated it ran up against the provisions of the general homestead which controls in the 1 suppose the old fashioned of every man fur himself will Talking with Smith and others in t he interior department it seem that Ihere is a plan in contemplation of starting line of otlices along the Kansas and perhups the Oklahoma borderof nnd having t hem by August or a mouth be fore the strip itself is These will be merely aflidavit and before he goes upon the strip at each wouldbe settler must appear and make oath to his a writ ten Krutu Uy Orator Mabel a strong Speech the ShuruiiAU KANSAS man Hreckinridge of Ken the silvertongued orator of the nine Grans last night addressed people at the Audi there would be torium on questions of the Opening with an explanation of the position in which the 1 mocralic party found itself on being suddenly placed in control of the government with forces started by a generation of Uepubliean rule still in ef pointed ont thu error of looking to government for aid in every little business that Against the Sherman law of the tpealcers invective was He measure a prime cause of the prei favor an congresi if upon what xvhilc the Iii ing in i heir although it sceineil a lime of With the Sher man la iv repealed by Democratic ant the tinancial question settled by the adoption of a system lhat would be neither u single gold standard nor the free and unlimited coinage of the speaker thonglit that the McKinley and oilierhigh protective tariff bills would be wiped from the statute books und replaced by another with free raw material a prime The 10 per cent lax on stale bunks should be repealedhe be cause it was a fraudulent use of Ihe laving power iu the first and imposed for en thusiastic applause interrupted the speech frequently duri ig its length of nearly an hour and a the most vociferous niani festal ions at the mention of the names of Clere Carlisle and William Morri The name of Silver Dick did not raise a breath of ap but the speaker himself was cheered at every eloquent Annex except as something in the is not now discussed Ihe cry or nolhing is no longer It is reporled lhat Minister IMount has dropped a RENOMINATED BY little away from East hint that a protectorate is the proper Louis and is the same locality as that thing to look If Ihe constant pro a robbery was attempted a tcstations of the Uovalists are to be couple of shots they have no intention of were but it not thought mitil after tho anone was Ihe passengers cisioll of r s j k n Llaus Spreckels has not All the money the express by efforts to cmbai car was but it is Jiot known rasl ister of The Cuveruor Arrepu Iu a Lengthy In Whlrh lie Oulllnn the Prin by Wliifli lie Mur Ue 114 u tuiiilhtitte fur the In Plnauclitl how much there TIIK overntnent Min Kinanco Damon betrays no The mat Tlny Hack itnil No KITort to The six bandits who robbed the bunk at about the The mat McKiully yestenlay received the ter is being Thereis talk renominalion of of slopping the subsidy of parly for the high office he now per month paid to the holds and responded to Ihe ovalian ni a Spreckels oceanic steamship lengthy speech of acceptance in which There was a time when the he virtually outlined a declaration of six uandiu who robbed Ihe hank at OULHUOI u ueciaraiion 01 lientouville of Tuesday are Ttl t bv hc muv W none other than the celebrated Starr tllc paeifieVlail and as a headed by Henry Lant the and Oriental steamship was dispatched lo noli ent He would immedlult1 session of 1 cinocruls were agreed should be Mean leaders were plan n g Sunday morning the robbers went into cainp two miles north of this where they all feeding and currying their They were noticed anil recog up companies make Honolulu a port of the annexalionisls do not deem Ihe Oceanic lineessential lo Ihcir had a genuine dvnamitc fy the governor and in the inlerium Lieutenant Governor Harris was nominated also by tiovernor entrance was the signal for a terrific outburst of by a gentleman of scare last During a concert at which heacknowleilged with but no attempt tocaplurc Ihe outlawsIhe Hawaiian which most of was A driver on the Tahlethe people of the town were assem ijnah and Solomon Springs mail police officers saw three men who came in last says that afteryaeting in a suspicious manner near looting the Ucnlonrille bank exqueens When the robbers rode ordered to halt two of the across the mountains of Arkanmen drove off in a hack and sas into Thursday the third ran away in the a halt was made at a postottice Near where the man on foot was seen between thin place and the oflicers discovered three dvnamitc where the bandits took dinner aud rested their Xo attempt was made lo conceal their and as far as could be teamed none of the crowd showed auy sighs of having been as In paying Iheir bills much money was and to those tvhom knew he spoUc of how easy a matter it was to rob a bank when the necessary amount of urrve accom panied the nill The gang rode made j leisurely out of Oaks ami went the their old the direction of Creek CHEAP RATES In Ibe Kipoil A Probability of Taking tluu uu Hue June ycslerdays uieeliug of Ihe general managers of Number to the Cenlral Traflic associalion it important j was decided to rttn excursion trains VOKK The World from common points in Central Traffic Is the answers of a majorilv of territory for one fare for Ihe round mbers of the next congress to trliv CONGRESSMEN Ntiuiber to b and a Miiall bottle of tlimiiaiiy I of the volunteers wiis ininiediatuly and guardeil the and barracks all It tliouglil of tictrrs of th provisional gov ernment that the bombs were to have been used to up the barracks in which 1 he provisional army was sleep President Dole when seen stated that he thought that the finding of the bomb was proof of the reported conspiracy to restore the as did Attorney ieneral I is preparing I a lengthy statement to be given to Minister It recites the liis lory of her short the causes i leadingto her downfall and gives Jier f views av to the unjuslness of her treatment by the provisional govern characteristic After giving a brief review of the conduct of Ohio slate affairs during the last eighteen the governor said national administration has done Uius except to In the uilnds of men a deep The nnunclul Situation which lor the most par hal prc vailfd sime the fourth of has not nor has the tlriancia slriniiriuy laen by unylhlntf the naliotial adminislratioR has said or It anuourued no no relict und jriveh no siyn or its disposition or ability to stop the outflow of gold lo foni n and the contraction which liaa taken plavtat The of culd Trhich in his rtrst set apart as nucred fund to and which sum hcded iritd lo that purpose and no he has tirrn singularly lo encroach upon U ttiu hrsl lo drop line he himclj had the onv marli of He in thai Diis sum of lilt nrillioni was a fund for the redcmplioti of the irrtcnlack of the tovtinnunt irior lo that had carrnd in the alaUrntnl as any cash balaine in the avail llupayment of uny bbligalioD ot the 5OO GO TO L GLATHART Spring Huggiefii rrajVs aiul Koui Wagons All MiiuHcl nnl8oldat Kaxvrirnctr t he is d eUigiblc under the law to lands of after he lias he this certificate to the regtiliir land otlieer when he come to tile rcg nJarly on his section If I he appliianl j pussess this the land will refuse to do business ilh Silorney at IKNSION After Haitk tii Lawrence y of TTJIIUC Attorney Vi llliOr fix Rsa A Inarancf 129 JOHN Li BISHOP MITCHEL nl T pt 1V CORLtl CORIi NEW ALL KINDS OiCOAL ry i A 0iC8 and Delaware YOUR BABY NfiMln u manufKcture imrr7 a To ttunlllu t Factory Pi Deltrer trrletil of JirKirl so BABY CARRIAQfi ROBERTSON BR UNDERTAKEf S 71S H j 1 M i K Hl i K 1 All ealls tondoil i Utce nlwiivs yTI Telephone i j r GESSONS Cough Syrup clvrs IHTICK RKLIEKla Coldm Snni Throat Soreneii9irilie from Couth Irlce Colonulo an1 Good j until October Union LniVn Surjrtmii to by IntiTior t June The quest ion the boards of pension surgeons throng ho tit I he country is jnst IUAV under atioii by Secretary Commis I siouer Loch rim arid Deputy Commis sioner There are of these each containing 1 hree nnd their work is a very im portant factor in the administration of the pension laws ami the adjudica tion of claims Olliciuls of the de partment state that carefuf ex aminations have revealed incom petence and loss carelessness in the work of sonic of these aud in tho evidence indicates that improper j inlliienccs have been successfully tpj plied to seenriT in pension j claims favorable to the view of t heso it lias been de cided to give this branch of tlie ser vice a general j tin m these three questions lirst Do with present infor mation favor repeal of the Sherman silver law Seeond Uoyou favoran income Third Do yon favor the repeal of thr state bank tax These questions were asked of rony by telegraph on Totlie tirst question Ihere are cighty i v representatives say praetieally while only say No If the many who qualify their answer so strongly that cannot fairly be placed in tin1 atVn inative show plainly thai their inclinations are in favor of iixninf tax fortylivf say they favor H and forty Iwo that tluVtlo uot Southtru and iMiRTiNMiuin are tlie numerous of sneli n On the state bank tax opinion is altnovt as one shledas in re to the Sherman Man it but sixty say itively that they uro repeal inr Hie tax while thirty favor the Tlie traius are to consist of coaches and will have no sleeping and chair cars and tickets on Hie cxcuiiou trains willnot be accepted on other fair on those trains will be based on the highest rate for limited tickets on the route The tickets are to be for four days includingthe date of The arrangement is to take effect as soon as the necessary details can be but not earlier than June V The action of the Central Traffic lines in putting in cheap excursions leaves the lines in the Western Passen ger aviocialion withouta peg to hang a high If other linesjcan live and run cheap excursions to the the Western lines can do the and now will be forced to make some for lower A CRISIS IN A I ho Two alivo May VI San pei stLaiuei Alamcdal It mav be safely predicted that SanifiuiraffairX are approaching a cli Indeed this reaches the United toa and Mataafa may have tried and the all important as lo which is the strongest party may have been for ever decided Lately several iiupor place HOPK OF o AIIOIVTKK All Chilli Srnl to The presi dent made these appointments yester To ootiMils of ill NIHVO Mexico ui likiiltn IVirtcllo of lUlrictof tiuibki Oermiinv Mar shall It Talchur of al M II SHyinnir of Ahttiuuiu t Unly Jolill Pullrii of Mkhliranal P Opp of ut A S Vow ill XVIIIiam H it riandn of Kpntucky al 1ulaskl Htyl at Ko de Mitsi M rnilrrMootl of Lhnrt al Stollatul NYwton 13 AtMy of al Dublin T Child of at Max tJohllinyrr of Nw at Matilmnu UlULiin of llie ltvtrict of Co at of at Italy A of New at N S Julius Mtilh of at Onnativ Frank C McGliec ot MISMM at Ins f Padlic or Iacilic and tf Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment A curtain cure for Chronic Salt Scald Old ciiroiiic Fever Prairie Sore Nip ples and It is cooling aiidsooth ITandreds of cases have been currvl it after nil other treatment had It is put up in 25 and 50 For Sale by Barber Chitwood is prepared to do all kinds of silverware Old that are now useless articles can be reflated and guaranteed to wear as long as and are as valuable as For information call at Chris Epleya Kclmtated by Secretary Hoke Smith has approved the rein of Ihe following named persona who served in the army and v hose separation from the pen sion oflice force during the last administration is staled by the commissioner to have been without misconduct Special com Krdmaii of Miv A Ihe Cnal Mluera strike It i meet ing held al Iittsburg Thursday be tween Ihe striking miners and Ihe coal opeiators restilled in initial steps be 1i in il is will Icail lo a The meeting did nol adjourn until an early hour I It resulteil in an arbitral ctuiimittee being consisling of h fivcoperalorsand President i is here talUing the situation I over wit h the 1ml no aclton will lie taken until Ihe hoard of arbilra lion meets next The action of the hoard is anxiously as of Ihe miners feeling the elVcrts of the strike severely ami over thirty cases of dcslilnlion were re po ted to NEWS Vitginia Iopulists arc making prep arations for an active stale campaign this in Virginia did heavy dam age to property and caused the loss of lives Mrs Carrie McCracken of Mo a ttempted suicide by taking laud She will William a farm hand living east of committed suicide by hanging No cause is Sam the lonesome ttain was bound over to the grand jury of Franklin and returned lo Louis for Judge Kastland of the Ellsworth district has de clared the Kanopblis laud compaay insolvent and ordered ita The only Pure Cream of Tartar Ammonia No Used in Millions of Yean tlie Standaid NEW POLITICAL A Council uf American riitmcl at A state council of the junior order Luiled American Mechanics was organised here last night by national This U the new secret political slartetl in Kansas last winter as an offset the anil The avowed objects j the order are to maintain anil promote the intcrestsof Ainericansand shielil them from Ihe depressing elTcels of foreign compclition to assist Americans in obtaining employment to encourage Americans in business to establish a sick und funeral fund and to uphold Ihe school system of the United Stales and prevent sectarian inter ference Only Atnerican boru are eligible lo member ship I To Boom Wotnvna Ttiire will a cntiventiou of Populist in Toprlca nirxt It will held under I tie auspircs of the its Irojrrrssivo Political u PnpnHst which has for ils objrcrt the adoption of tho suffrage ainondiiitnt ttt the constitu Tlit tJtetUtive rointiiittee of thtr club is for nuclinjfs to held in every school ami chnrcli in the at whifh tinadvantages of womans suffrage will be representing ihr Ainerican National bank of Kansas having a claim of the Kanas drain company in this yesterday was iloseteil with attor ney for the and arrange ments have been made by w hictf farmers and others having claittis against the company will br paid in The company will br rrortfan ized and everybody over Ihe tant have taUcit place and it now sreins If ariivc hostilities wore on the very point of briny A fortnight Mataafa addressed a letter lit Kiny in which he made peaceful reminded his majestyof and that a and jren eral of Sa moans sh ulil be heltl to j choosr a He various villaires as suitable places to hold meet j And nMieatfilly appealed l the not it anyry with Opinions ditTei as to the chances of the opposing tnd under injjcireutnstaiices is simply inipossi ble to obtain inforination tot heir relative numbers and eoiiipar atire strength Feol injj already runs preltv There hare been aiul assaults and all sorts of d POLICE AND SOLDIERS rtxtd sum which thf nol anil could not KII in honor iml iroml thui ereatfna fn Ihf mnuS of Ihe pople ilic reding that this anil thai to it liiianiial and the viola tion of pHuhtrri whrn he was j to it a hati bfrn scvtral i times since ibr 1th nl i it to be i wohlfrrU at that und j urity c very winre prevail Cleve larulV cuiirie alarm He ir the the vountrv took note of it ami was naturally and dis i The vutory of It ha not been ah1 lo thu promistd It not tidti aole to the xoott times mliUh were enjoyed everywhere in this court trv on the of the i If loiluy the president omilaliy and aiilhorilativply knnntmve thiit therewtiuUI j no change the indntna lejshition of the j i ami that the situation woult i be met aiul upuii thai Mamtartt of linanj cial honor and faith j whiih lias Wir KepuMlran I parly its installation to power in conhdenre would ut once come ttaek it not Does anviodv doubt it Security wmiM alarm Faith in future o to eay and pood times would br reMorcd pod would I ttay at and motiey would co from its hitlinir place into tlit1 to business If it is as the administration boldly that our tinancial diirfK is oc by the Mlvrr piirihuc law which FOR THE TcterwuHome Irated Ormt June from all parts of the state gathered here yesterday morning to attend the dedicatory services of the main bullA of the Confederate which had just been finished at a cost of every dollar of which was furnished by the women of under the leadership of the venerable Mar guerite though over 80 years of had given inspira tion to the At the services today after the the on ber half of the Daughters of presented the building to the Home after which President James on part of the received it He referred to the fact that Missouri was the first state to build a Confederate home en Lirely from personal contributions and Lhsit she had the finest Confederate lomc of them MUST CLOSE Sabbuth Muit ubierved Worldi June worlds fair vill be closed on Sundays Judges Woods and Jenkins of the Luitcd States court of appeals today granted the injunction prayed or by the federal authori ies and as this will take ffeet at once the gates will not be ipcned next Sunday as they have been m the past two The Jurists vere not agreed on all but two f the three held that the law of eon ress was constitutional and binding the third EN The THOUSAND IN of Flooded of i South Dependent on June is es imated that are home ess and absolutely dependent on harity for food as the result f the overflowing of the lands n Southern Arkansas and Northern to breaks in iie While Governor Votr LT is lo provide for the eslitntc and hungry in rkansas has KO far made no effort as state to cjre for her hese people are not only home ut almost and are huddled ogether in tents and cabins in the ijfh places and living upon what is irown llordent lluracj Niw ic Korucu triul yesterday testimony loxvmi that liorden after 10 and the search by the po burned what she said was a paint ained dress and which the searchers ad not The prosecution seeks i show that it was a blood stained Wheat Lowest Kver trade here yesterday reached the west point ever touched in tho his ry of this Anirust ter iJic collapse of the Kershaxv iror err cash wlieat was at Today it sold at THE Kunxwt City were its frMows NIX hard No i bird M 4 hard hard No J No i red No i or iorn vvrrr iiht nn1 the rather thou h wvrf not quotabty lower litcnl demand to nearlv all 39 cars it ffiir O No l ritrn at K fiM X MiNo 4 2 No 3 No 4 r rivfr for No corn w tut und at Mein cm hu X bills hiptnent bu o KiO hu ftji Torn of th ntti iiil rn why ivsue docs ICevoliituiitiiry M tense excitement prevails in this city over a clash Weilnexlay between tl poliie ami tho revolutionary army whirh marched inTo the No trouble was expected and none took pi are until the army was march in front of the police station Without warning a shotwas tired into the ranks of the army iroin j The were i but arnaxcmeut jpive wav irnJisna tion Without Waiting a ioiiiinarid the soldiers nrarcsl the police station tired into the Five policemen foil dead in the street There was a eiosHre between the soldiers ami the police ind several sobJiiM s were killed of the spcctaiors who were watclnncj tiie pa rade of the army 4iml it on were killed nut wouirlfd p were cd its AtHi lyii HrooUlvn T Al u At t Ai 1iu idvipirU At jubilant CUTTING WOHKING Smnta Miopmvo Will IVork Only Icr bulletin was posted in shops of the Atchi Topcka and Fc railroad today informing the em ployes that commencingto the workiny time would Ue reduced to eight hours per aud a reduction of pay in propor The hours will be from 7 oclock until noon and from 1 until This tlre Iu a j cent Villc convent at Notredim two miles north of Mon the largest establishment or its kiud in was almost totally destroyed by tire yesterday Tlie total Joss will to more than with an insurance ot The house of commons adopted a home rule bill despite Irish debarring1 the pro posed legislature from legls applies to all the shops on the system lutingin respect to treason and its object is lo cut down aliens us such or treiisury i not I ntfns and i vainly sought JljC M sc Barley Junr r liurlrv No Mo June POloiiln cash cantor II Hax every noteH therefoK administration cn that law Mr ils Itefiiru heard tittle from him in that direction ihce With the DrmiKruitc in hoth by conMiturnrr whiili elrcted Mr with iitidiputrd authority in him under the constitution to he issues no call and takts no to repeal the law which he is the eituse of our tnijiiniss Helicvinjf tie the the hr makes no effort to remove and in is iiJh and from il he cannot escape MeKinley then deelared that the country did not really desire free and that many who voted for President Cleveland had since re He drew a dark picture of the future for tin coal and IIW s rilR m other and declared that the c Va KUz I to s KANSAS CITV MVK Cattle Ifie Mn M Junr 57 Thr marlirt fairly active and nni throughout for wood dull for tMff and shipping and IVxas anil IndUn and hipped wjts active closlnp Prices ntnced from nff ont of Mr pol to to icy meant untuld llu appealed sinop shipped jesterday to the so fur as to 1513 vote down its former instructions be fore the assembling of ihe feature of the platform xvas AVo the policy of full und adequate American labor mud In ud d us principle lhat has The etcmplltlcattou of of protect f on and reciprocity i found in the l the McKinley cordially decUre our iiilhesion tn the doclrtnr4 of thai ifreut favor suih thereto prptfction timeuni exprrience may show to lie The ticket nominated as folj lows MeKinleyj lietitenant Andrew U liar ris state William Cope i attorney supreme Itradbnry membr board of public Kranic Mitnlloch fiMii and dairy product THE WRONG Two lloltt Lp a Burlington Train by j June Two masked men held up train Last on the ton and Quiney road last night at a small station west of i i i i appeals no stroncly to amothWi detached the and airvetlnii as her lniKitcr Just budding Into the engineer Following Is an luxtanee Our now 15 y ears of and urenian to leaie their engine liiiniurrlhly nfllleteil with then ruu the enjrine and two cars Irwtthe entire right In such i eoadltlon that we had to IHT from selnHil and abandon fearwl ana A YODE AN INTERESTING down The traelc a mile or Here the desperadoes entered the ear and asked tlie baggage man what train it Ilcing in formed that it was only a passenger they We arc afttr the she wciiiiiedYiut Denver ptKltlve hut for an remedy Kilo havo had that terrible einplnyed no Imnaflt from The of last Auftuit she welched hut 75 and nhe and at hi taken only of ana at once distp and of attends and itudlM with comfort anil She hax recovered complete her her appetite Is and nnmiumy could procure for our daughter Uw healib Mills Nervine has lirouiht XVIien my bnither recommended the rem Bulldlnc June Nebraskas state building was dedicated it i T i i lien my liuffalo Kill anil his West fol pdyji had no faith In patent and lowers were a feature of display and VWffw escorted Governor Crounse to the iiiahche and effect was nlmont immedl Ceneral man rurnasand or wot others Then Caroline tho Miles fMedlcal El r on receipt Jl per aU Itrooks molded the state seal in butte before the Finally all party passed in review before the In titties for etpreiw It podtlTtlf trot rum oylalea or For Sale by all   

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