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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 12, 1885, Kennebec, Maine                                VOL. XVI. AUGUSTA. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1885, NO. 1O. -J Wr elmitit l( there If of can be, a specific remiilv tor rhe umiitlim but thouninds who IUM Mirti n 1 Its pnltyt hive greatly ben- ,-f, eel il i H  being found on the Queen either on thu side This was by Mr St >ck or tt, Llverpool lf anvthln6 of tht klnd alager of Indiana, who maintained that the had occurred be would sure to House should proceed to the consideration of known about it rrkng that Hi. Offered lo Wllh- tlrmw or the Prohibition CnudldKlo- ings Quite a brink and apparently personal col Mr Hurst considers the inanufuc lured for tht purpose deluding tht ignor ant Irishmen Tne Commercial Vdvtrtistr sat s, gin eral impression o{ the Iriilimtn auonline to the late vice ii presi lent of jhc Nalioiml ATIIUIJII litew H it novol word to most Li who ii tfio t ntflfo h liuiifuiwx Thi In-elin ii i is t irirH uno, meaning by Ir 11 IL" iitcM 11 tholirst uinl on! roexiiiino wliuh h ia curritnl off tl tlko rfi 11 remctly for Uln inutiHiu un 1 i ur i t t t IKnhvorli HHtyruntaUiiy hitvo W lelnl t) II K IllK vlttlnui 111 oil t jmi Ii u i tor t m "mio twxiu antl t In tli f Llie'r ruworn. iion >s hxs i reel the arcnn, e f irnk, xlliiei t fllLtwUh Hit i iHtors, and wi n I v) AH tlm la tbo On mm H foliliv iltl win only by the) iiiotit iiovoruti i fatuity ami neliniiee no Aruixiinoaouhatt w It i r i, t t Hi i n by (fivlntf tomiHirary rt lleif I y 1 ri ii v nn t nil irlnif i urn mi we'll to tluwi w I i 1" r   ot tl because thi nejuiUt came from Gen (Irani The Svhieh overwhelmed bun in llu in xt fioursi irouied tht svinpalhv anil re of the whole- eouniry Vou and hi sent me within a (few days of turn tht ib e ds of voor joint pr >e riles to cover this consitltration ol public Iwimeifs measures but llu millon was to'U thi spuikir prticce-dtd lo e ill on coiiiinutus for reporlH Ihe llousi at 1 U) went into a eoniinitlee of tlie whole on the naval appropriation bill oil and complaining that tin le H It b 11 m llotbllig for the' e euse >f Irelind in J einlnll ing trail who utre anvlsting 1 in blihhing In in w spape r ripiTtirH in One   re pi r 1 III. I.I li'S lllllIM SN I'l'l that I am at libtrty Co tn lit these as mv imn, tbe elispusiuon of the whole mat li r nniHt in accord "ith my fellings is this I prtstnt you lib your sefiarate iHtatethe debt arid mi nt hold against Gen iiljit tin inortgagiH on his real estate and all lieliiMt liol I and ornnmi-nts, coupled onlj bv the londitlon that the fWords, com mimum iniiluKult'ti from the United States, Stall H, cities and fortign goverunu-nts and all artie b s of historical value aim mti ri HI shall at the (iintriU's doalh, or if you without a disstjimng voti Ihe-Ilousl' thin went into commute u on the consular iinel eliplemiatic tippropriation bill Mr linnia tit Minnonri, stated tliat tin ap propriikiion i arrud hj the bill 81 I'M) HH'i or 2'H li-s tlnin Ihe isiimalis Iin bill mi t tin appn biiti >n ot the membe rs e I both suits ol the' HHIISI-, mid cul utaiKially met (hi viiwsnftiie statt d p irinle nt Mr Keibinsnn of Neiv tiaid lie was oppomd to the appropriation o! money to IvannaH Cit> f uirnal bit Inl 1 tlnin bm should hnvi punniltiil linn i r nn a dj naniitirrie sdintlpttint liiie tl  hi Ihe IJuit n UHH nui Ii as to c arry e invittion 1 be iiuilvtd tin safety eil tin Irnlmi.ii both in this e inn trv and in 1 1 and H us i ll in lit it I ri ci ivtil di inanilH front Ins folluuirH tli it I'lii Inn had teio frteh npnkin iinel should In punished Hoitfia doi s nut e iiri ti plu i bin head in tin lion n mouth and nlnluil ti f thi Niititnnil iri nili nu n i u liu 1 fn tjiit IK poult in the" proptr department tee- on juilidary Wednesday for biminisB that tbii ai ti >n will me 11 willi vour approval, of Ilntish mien sts, Iin proscnttd by the comnillteo on foreign iilfairs and with tlu kindest regards to your bus r, tmnpi tent men verse   sei lions tor ami ndini nls Mr llolman of Indiana rnim d a pi int of ntry inlo Its rn H H t ircnniHtanii that uhlle end Jo) i were at tinir home s, the otlii e UIIH crowded half a men n hoin mini of tin itadtrs ae knowledge the) km u IK li re d nt )e lOit pre m that ntti stums ol innne go t >r naught KifBua 11 un visits tin ollli aUer I i ili Bit in Ilii' ilnr HIIOII Ills ihit 3 e Klerdii) at bisk anil llu manifest ne rvoiiHin NH In displa) i d w lit n ipit ti unit as lo tin Blubbing Hire bold UIIUKIIII) un v e> hut M t'ipt Pin Ian ne knemn inn llhe Phil iir tollowe rs ol Uoscii an I lie a w nfm I1AI1 IN MIND i i Hin t 111 4 II pll I S U ll> III I ll Hli VII "I" ALLOW BLOTCHES I Hkjirn MI win n thwrti 1 Ua It th Iniu ly IH AND SLEEP 1 ill j ii npiy H 1 i ll i it >vor tht nt i n-i I UN.lt. ii I.) Ilium HIT n i in will llml surq ndli'l issue of clrcttUting note s to nallimal bunking W 11 VANDI linn T melons, and the Dingliy lloust bill (irant replied as fdlows the sitrttaryol the treasury to Jan 10, 18HI Hive st lawful ineini v eh pomttel In the treasury p, nr slr intrust by national banking lations for drant wislus nu to answer your let the ntirtniiirt of their eirciiliting nntes ti r ol this evi ning ami to sat that while sin I biii upeeial orele howl vi-r lire not toi uppri ti ymir at in trans interim M ilth the- tiinsnli rotinn ol geniral rring to lur Ihe inongagts given lo sicuri appropriation hills I lii dist iiisiijn of the m) di bt of she e annot ai ei pt it in r against the Itfin prut tiling (or a consul one of tht re il illploniatic lull will be resume) lutsibiynr She accepts with pb asure ihe trust gmiral at Madrid 1 altrs aminii thu natiWialmli luri ptiHsihlv tomorrow, if tin entire day should h npi In to tin-artu Its enniinn rated in (u and tilt Him I Phe Ian aaiil Mr Dunne noth, oeeupii.l by the lommitt.i on the- vmlr r to go to the -gofernm, nt ol the k out thi ik I know K.arm> if h, is Ja, k k. arij. Dmtriit of Coliinibnt Ihe (immune on United .SHUCK death or soon r at her DIP inmmittdc then rose and the Heiusi iipprnpriations inttiiili re porting the Indian In thu mutter you have nniieipated adjourned wih bill I ucsilny- anil an i flort will hn made to tin dispomtion whii h I had contemplated pass it as soon as the diplomatic bill dis mnking of the arlults They will bode posidof It n poBHibli! llml the riuranel to ihe government ae soon as arrange harbor appropriation bill will bo reported be maele for their rectcptmn The i Pnvnto Wednesdav or I hursil.iv As soon the ft to all the oilier prope r.y will The 'Vntlonnl l-pncue m I nvnto alter as opportunity an tHurt will with the request that vou have it be made to pass it IJbere promises lo be a am) the proe t-eds applied to the liquula strenuous conic st tlunV the week bi twee-n ,10I1 of the debt which I so justly owe vou ihe friendu of tin mite ml orders the ad slated in vour letter, with the vocatin ot pronunint nuasu-ea which have mltmteiit accurraev, the historj of the (rans bei n btlore thu House for so ne time action which brought me in vour debt I In tin Senate the naval appropriation bill (infi-only to add that I regarel )our giving j is likely to be reported and naelied for dis check for the amount, without in Mesurs Sudan and Conant mission early in the week discussion of alllry M nn act of marked and nimcrsal Messrs Day and Allen tbe inltr Slate cominiTci bil anil ihe Nicar frle-nilsbip The loan wns to mu pi rsonallv Mesfirs Day and Apple-ton aguan triatv will probably consume the re- I the money as I believed to earrj the -'_... rt the II AS IK HA in New 1 he Keticniition ol the Irvrlnndu Accented. mainder of e 111 NLVER GIVE UP i t ir tit tin i nf Scrofula, Kit! SJill Illi. inn, Itlifti i i t ln> ilHtumei urlilitjt trmn nn Impuro II M nnilly in hmo Vi lino iKh I i il U H u rnmwly thlsiilasi l ml lii iiiiiiwnnui whioli nil n f illi il to rt ai h, ll li ti proved to bo i I.AIIOtt AND CAPITAL. Further llrductions in the Employes. Marine National Bank over a day, being as sure-d flint the Was solvent but owing to its unusual calls needed assistance until tt could mil in it" lonns I was assurred bj Ferdinand that the firm of Grant aults I cannol concluelc wilhout assuring and tin ittni tin ik 1 knniv Ki unit y f NiwYurh Ihe assault gn-w out ol a inUiippri 1 don t think It H posMihle that Phi Ian is a traitor us IH said I know bun to h iflh Avenue Hotel The York I suppose he went Ilierii to tell Kossa b w as not tlie author of tin interview or to gipiare himnelf with Kearney flojou belli that be was trappi 1? That I don t know I hi luxe this how ever, that Capt Phelan is not the man tc; his brother notionalists auav in tin news pipers He would not guc them away al all, but it he should IK- could get better pav from the Hrllith government There The result I B Maloney Messrs Kearh and Hog crs .las M Moflitt Mills o.rnnnni .1...... The resignation of the Cleveland cluh was a man of (is who lias not bn n approachtd In Ward had over 000 to their creda at the filling of the vacancy dis fcngll.h llu re an some of us that tune- tn the- Marine Bank that ,t bribe thoogl, and ipt of unpledged securities ,n their own L present to urge that the Ph, Ian f, one of them No, it l. my opinion Union Association club of St Louis be made that Capl Plu Ian was not the author of the inlervuw but ihe pt i pie of New still lii'ln M'tl in was despite hm denial, and ill e i ltd to puniih litm It IN a Wo pledge the votes of our Mabff in favor missppre-liension in mv belief though 1 of the admission to Ihe national league of the t knr.w enough about the east to form St. Louis Athletic Association 'subject to the opinion constitution of the league, and'the articles of bo ID Uuliard Short who did Ihe stab national agreement of professional base ball associations immediately aftejr notice from j t tnovl was in Chicago once That may all be but I don I know e, vauim umon Aengdation cliip ot it ijouis KAII HivhB Mass Jan II that Mrs Grant's inability to avail her the of thc Cleveland It IB now stated that the reduction of wages of your grc.t kindness in no way lessens The was signed Iby all rcpre which goes into c fleet on the- I9th inst wi I eilhpr htr Kme o( her ohl.giition or my own 9entatlve9 an in the league not ixtend to all treasurers, Your8 Very Truly fttiel overseers The compensation ot u g GRAM these officials will bo left to the discretion of To w Vanderbilt, KsqJ tho individual mills Some will be reduced Mf made the following replv others will not Seeritary Howard wil Gm U 8 GBAKT, tomeirrow communicate with the secretary of M> Slr the board of trades and for a con with a committee of that body On my return home, Most night, I found the 8ccretary pf the-league reception your letter, I" answer ti mine to Mrs Grant him and oj the assent of the president of Per haps he trave lie d under some other name lit couldn't havd been in Chicago long be of this request willin a great measure in- the sentiments which ac the ill, Louis base ball club of Si Louis (luoncc thd action of the spinners union tuale, botll and yourself in dti When this waa signed a telegram was sent Saturday night, when a vote win ue mite the part of my proposition relatmgto to president Vondcrohe of the American j traln wuh au natlonalists and I never tho question strike the real estate I greatly regret she Association club of 8t LouiB, asking if he heard of him feels rt her duty U> make this declsiiw, as I would consent to the league taking m ihe Several other nationilists were seen that earhcstly hoped that the spirit in the Union Association cldb referred to in the fltber dnl not know or would not admit they offer was made, would overcome any scruples above agreement knew in accepting it, but I must insist Ihat I shall The leagne then took a recess pending a KAHSAR CITY Jan 10 defeated in a purpose to reply from St Louis The wlfe at ,eft' nere WlLKKSBABRE, 11 Orders wcro issued ye.teaely by tbe Red Ash Coal Co toou.pt-d work at collenes tomorrow for an ipeliflnite timt TW. will throw nearly 1000 men and boys out of employment have given so much thought and which I have much at heart. I will therefore, as as the money ii received from the sales Dmi, It nod soi A t fre-qui ml) i-xperli-no alter ed witli sieeie ui the-eibemss occasioned by Heartburn lsf round Steele .t._ ..IKI.% whlob rtAmpr bv the SC( int., ve-nt tho tirrtble H t once crellte wltn that company, a rrv Murphy of New Ybrk, bteele, the propcr for tbe in come to be paid to Mrs Grant, daring her life, anil giting the power to her to make such disposition of the principle, by her will, _ as she maj elect. a----------- Very Truly Yours, as knookiid d >wn twice, w H VANDERBILT was carried to his To grant replies today n the 8th round letter pf thu i ate is re- half mlnulB wh.cn lhe ceivcd (Mrs Grant and I regre. that you rfcreel, putting stop to the con- canno{ accept our proposition to retain the ..j.i... flgh( a draw pTop8rtyrwhlch was mortgaged in good faitli to secure to a debt of honor, but your gener- ous determination us to po longer Simons rtore keeper Portland, mysteriously l ne wne cri I iieeaii leit nere nil! morning for JTew Vork Co join her husband le. Come. the Boston Phelan described a. a man of remarkable Herald. courage, quick temper and fond of notoriety BOSTOS, Jan 11 At one time ho travelled about the country Butler has brought suit against the Rtvmg exhibitions of skill aa a marksman Herald, claiming damages His visit to Sew York was the result of a CHH M Jan 'I J S Clarkson mtmbtrof tbeKepublutn National Coiumitiee the following let Ur from IV 9 Months to Joseph Medbtll with respect in the St lohn controversy In reph direct mqum if I personally or nol whether St John nfli red to wi'hdraw candidate for president for a money consideration I can answer not onh as to itliout ri t being al 10 make public the details To mv-knowledge he did have overtures mail-- ihcuugh a Irn ml from his own Mate, b> which he ofltrel if paid in to withdraw as a candi dati altogether or to sta) in the fli-id und ftathtr his speeches it was pin in tin Kansag phniHt to the htlp of tlu rtjubh cans He wns asked in onbr to tin tnnierit} of bid otter to vtuhdraw from (Mm the lit lure the Oilober iliciton in that Slate lit illl tills undir tlu pint ubulihe siiiii In- wnuiii Kin irtitini. A son tlinat and with tin fritild I IIHM in n liminl milt flmi to Pittsburg nlxtto Plnla blphtii iintl fimllv I nrk In n In b I to nu 11 sunn oni mi tin part it llu lit publu an Nan nial I iiuiuitle-t li i mid be n mh ti mnk the tb al and tin tiii.li OnOilnbtr "I through lili- frit n in i 11 tli r Mill in t hi dtuiandiil lit piniiiinl >l Mil OIHI nlligul tu hlM b in amid linn in a rt llir nit in i i ne w 11 k tt r tin lu nt til if tlu n nhli in pirlv lluslitdr and iitln r flits if Mill n liu ll M ill i out illi i unv Inir III n Ii I I in I tl i rt il i I inn u r t f M .1 ihn a i I In ll i mi Irv uh il a llinll> i hr Mini hi be tn I llu l M iinitir ll hball an I l-nilt IHH trliutl is b i tin nn ilium 1 liu in ruin l gntf 11 n mnl n liiiti Ii rn i I pit Hi I n ad t timt in itlit r Ib National m mutt i n r niu on in Un b r tin m i> r in i I iin iitrturi ir prtij iMitmn ll mn kin I t i St I hn tluit u ill I HUH t i li- lt n to an I illni nns tht n lil i H I I II llml Im nd llml i irru 1 nit SI I Im In mn iv iv H u in pli i 11 b lu i u us nflt r I IIH mi llu i xi Imntri nl ti li itr lilt i irn nidi ni e In tw 11 n tin nl and nhiun t i tin r pi rutm" pri v inn that bin frit n I HIM in w ith Si .Ji bn nn 1 ll ride r bin aillli >nl v line pi rs in ni 111 ]i ismssion ol nmn n lib m i than I have Mil KI KIIIV III Ml s Illl Till 711 Ul Illl I II Mill) H Mr lolin ban In i n in llu (It) I i lnv an 1 heii be e n c ngiifrv 1 in u Innif n plv d tin dirtit linrgi mi h' In Mr (Ink H ni s le tte r He MIIH utiri In Ills room in ihi rinaii II HUM tnilii} a ni spnpi r re urti r an 1 silt I 1 Ills iitlui k IH in ml untrue an 1 illuin mil IN prornpti 1 bj a p spirit of n Hn v m nbjiit tn what trulli thin lie in 111 N nu M had vt r 11 in n limm nl [u H fur an I tun i out ernt I (r in hi uini IIIK t n I Mr Inrknon hurt iibt r bi MI I t ni 1 ir In nilfulh Hi s 1 hnvi m v i r it ki 1 r re 11 it i 1 u 11 nt of in mi v Irnni unv i iinmlllt b nu riitn or in 1 hnvi n vir In i n in e mininnii ill in with an> nu linni nirhtvi I w rtlti i) t b grnnis nr Ittifrn lo ans me limn or n Itn poHiti >ii to llu pnilnltiti m piirtv film llu iiiuitir oni nf ifiin revmgi (irtlu- li (ml ol Mr Illnmc Mr Illiiim H iliftuluii" liu In binmtll an 1 lo hn parti llu conur nt nu wns liil hi rt in Int ag i in June w lu n Ifu ri pubiii an partv refuged to allow tin to e xe re the ritfllt of f ir tin nisi Ui s St Tohn intlulirid in noun personal abtisi ol Mr Illiuni ami di i laretl that hi had been b ft itted pure 1} b) thi fait of llu Imonit i illtini r and had be not be bllndeel by u u d have firtieen it Ihe'ii salel Mltheve lhmgn c untune d to di fi at htm nil Suvt fir rivituri 1 vuiihl nit bt nu ntioni I In ri garo to Mr Isrknnn n i ni vi r tia I a sore throat, nor e nn plained of having it The last plae e m Ohio whin I wnfc Obtrjm w he net I w-i nt tu M K h and spnki) before (HXI pi u pie I have n it been in I'lltRiburtc for eivef a 1 went I i 1'blladi Iphia, and thtne e tit BuUinmn, and then to New from Michigan and was accompa mid hj (.torge K Scott late of the Ni w irk Witness Mr lirksnn has hi e n etml Itngid time and again in piihlish anv ItHtcrit te-lt graios hr anv tiling eUc hi- has but lu niaks belling the pie A of ci nHdential rein ti >nn a friend who b} bin own iieltnis mn is a would be' bribe laker If I lind di sired to reach Mr lilrkson or the republican tommiltit there would never have been an> need for a nil Idli man Were you ever appreiaebcel by the repub licans with refercnci to selling Of that I elci not rare tej >peak now Mv appointments for tbe campaign were made solely by the prohibition part) in Chi cago Mr St John finally laid that it would have been folly for liint to have accepted from the republican committee  gill M Hit b uiul iintl un lillns I >j I ri i i ipl t mn I in llu p i Ut m n( III ill II win Hindi knuxii tlil" sfn rn il u llu ri. Ipt iitul wjilih Hear tlu mutt I XV II Mi Kinliv mintirv il tin 1 rnitimal Killlrt u 1 Ste iinilu it vi 'n( env I li i x St nut r I. ir it n il ti iirnln r il 1 nt Mi kltili I inn n I I eu liur .1 in) in in irrii I H I I )i in I i n a nine i I ml hru-tmi" nn I It fl tl 111 i f tin i nig u n tin Urvniu I ml i i. N H irk In Inv iilnrti n mil wui 1 fun wnlkmii I I liriv utrni Hi U t r tl c rti in I Mr i t I rn i 1 li ur I I (I t up I li il fr in It U l-- ii mj p I In lni> i not i I il i ir 1 II I! HIM It Mill 01 I 4 Piitoiier 1 nili r Ne lire ol l oeifi -Ke i linn II i ill nn In 1 M irtin V llurrif n II i i in u It I t r un I u in A it t tl tidu Siutt (trlfitiif klllilK llu llrnwii hn n- lii-t i ikl I i i. MII I llu irnni Hi K u MI lu v m in lit I i an 1 Hi u win n ll i i irr I I tl ul ujnl nt T in ittt r lu ul lu r tl r ul lit I irt hi n I wliul I i li i I I ni HI IIT.I l i   ban 1 irnslii I an 1 Inn r nullv injiin I I HIT nlur UHNI 1141 t ri innri e r I HH m rt unlj u iri I I reiuhli I mm (hi Niilviilliin Ainu n u i NU A u u i r i in i u Itvm mil I I iv nn i x un K i i l t i iirnd I i ton n II ir nifil nub >rn it i u I ll t nal vn I u n ami lii i niu 1 liu I I rl i I It n plnjliiK iniitl tin tlu NiniU Sunfuv 1 i J linn e i f till" I I S illh u M nil tn I u It r of llu nalviitlonlHlH uppi un 1 lliln illi rn i ti vt Hb n lamb iiirine lluihU! with ni v i nil ol lu rw urr nti I I i r mill i rl it 1 tlu pinmlun linn wllli llu iinni tilt ptnmiatt 11 linn tun tin i i t ui 11 rn dri H un 1 flniell; t k III pnt nu i tin 1 tleup HurgiM Dtlini" I v r 'tnnntf IroiiMe ri li am tl lu r loftlilKllp M A I 111- H lllll 1 1 ox fl liiNl fnt t >rv linn ne url} hi e ti Mi pprd on mi i nnt til tlu tli pn union In liutlnitn I llrm hi lit nrly nil tin i n ling rub In r fu  with 1 ut llu absi nt l of itn  I nnel ami onti- ni ntal colliery al i ntralia optratnlby the I.nhiBli Vallej Coal (o, emplovloK nearly I 100 m< n ban shut down indi flnlli I; Hailrond Huildlngs Hufnrd. NAsifvn t f, Jan 10 1 h( Louisville and Nasbvlllt- fn igbt and passenger depot Is burning and probably will tiu a total loss U it filled with freight the lost will be over ft half a million if all goes From A II H Davis formerly editor of Chronicle, 'I have used jour Adamnon's Botanic Bal- sam and unhesitatingly pronounce it superi- or to any medicine of tbo kind I ever saw It is umply invaluable ai a household rem- edy for coughs, and throats I would not be without It loccivoby return mall (toodii with wbloh can make more mpj'y anytblnK else they can lake hold or. race o w Wti53l 88 Green: Ue< Capt. Charles W late secretary of tbt iiimption, morning; Fogler. N. Y.t Jan. 11. onlv BOO of the of con- blicalion of arrarule in that paper recent mtervlew published here, but opinions 1883, rt flecUrtg upon bis con- differ as to whether he went in response to a 16 war The article that summons there or for private purposes of his used the arrest of the captain own. It is generally supposed, however, of the trariapok Mississippi, and that by aim Ihere was some misunderstanding regarding usurping command, she went ashore and was the interview and he desired to clear it up injured These are denied by _ _ Gen Butler A tattle Girl Poisons Herself. 8liillPei1- NEW tUrEs, Conn Jan II Jan. 10. Madeline Stackpole-, aged 12 vcarn, wanted A special from Kaion, days that Chas. to wear her biiit cloak to church today Her avy slate dealer mother refused the permission and six hours appeared from later, the girl was found unconscious She v. It I lio Sf ade PropoBlllon In fBtncof Ht 4ohn. This evening, Mn Yours Truly, ihat place Monday morning U S. GRANT faulter to the amount of Grant closed the cor- lest creditor u D C. Pratt, responelence in these words. "Upon reading city, to whom he indebted I He is a de- was resuscitated after an hour of hard work, His heav- and said she had taken two pills containing fork opium if she couldn't wear her now cloak she wanted to die. LFV ENWnRTti, Kan .Ian fj The true inwardness of the bt lohn sell out came to light today in tbe confession of James F Legate, a prominent Kansas politi cian and prohibitionist Legate- confesses that he attempted to sell out St .John to the republican committee Afier Gevl election it occurcd to Legate's mind that the republican party was still in danger from the march of prohibition Presuming upon his confiden Ual relations with Mr St John, Mr Legate concluded to visit tbe national committee and lay before them tbe following propositions First, for the mm of St. John will to WhcO Baby was lick, we Jjavp her Castorla, Whe-u wan u Child, ihe- cried for Cutorlu, W hrn stio wiu a ibf clung to Castorfa, hen she- htul C hlldrca, she f avo therm Cast'a, febUwly A HANDSOME LADY, or homelv lady can make moacv telling "TTOuarf of Tbougbi" (Mother, Uomo, ptibllsti- M No good pay to earnest workers AddrrM qalcklf, OAKKI8ON k CO., otton. _______________ nlyflO K you to' sell the luteit and best book lor boms trade, address MARTIN CO BOSTON.________iw4wi4 ll oar new Pioneer Life, Treasury el Thought; Wcbttvr'i Family (lodcicd) MAtttIN OAHHISON L CO., 79 MIUKBT., BOSTON.   

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