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Elyria Constitution (Newspaper) - June 28, 1877, Elyria, Ohio Constitution. Published Every Thursday, o. S. REEFY, Editor and Proprietor, Terms of Subscription. jjooivryt'iirlf notinilil lii advance; tl.TS Ifuald Inadtanor. fur months and GO ctx. for thri'o months, TITUTION. VOLUME XI. ELYRIA, LORAIN THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1877. NUMBER 40. JOB WORK, BUCK M CARDS, Biu-HEiiosf CIRCULARS, POSTERS, ETC., BTO., f EXECUTED TO ORDER, IN Tim Neatest and Promptest Manner, AMD AT HKAHOMA.IILU BATHS. Apply Hero Before Ordering h. if i. NEWS OF THE WEEK. WAMII1NUTOM. The-I per cent. uro to bo paid, prln- tip.il mill interest, In coin. Nicholas Fish, son ot ox-Sccrotary Flub, him been appointed Minister to Switzerland. Henry Ward Ilcechor called on the 1'rcol- dent on tlio lOtli. were awarded on the for until sun Ice to and from the Black llllls for nine months. I.t-ttcr-earrlcrs' salaries are to bo reduced ,'i per ei'nt. Up to the cloao of business on the 31st about SSOO.OCO of tlio new 4 per eent. loun hud been subscribed for. TUc report of tlio Department of Agricult- ure for .Imio Indleutcs a bettor prospect than inual for wheat. TUc President has decided that tlia couaoV lil.ited Illinois pension KRoncy shall bo lo- t.itcd at Chicago. Miss Ada Sweet will bo ro- t lined as agent. A good understanding stated to oslst bo. (ween tlio commander of tho Mcttciui forcua on the Hlo Guindo and Hen. Ord. President Iluyca appointed liufus Campion I'ciislou at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Campion was formerly Chief Clerk In tlie ageney. lieu. Sheridan docs not (ear any serious outbreak of tho Mormons, but will atomic troops should there be any indleallon of trouble. The Kreedmcn's Hunk Commissioners be- Hoe that the Institution will finally bo CUB- bkd to pay 50 per eent. of Us Indebtedness. President and Mrs. Hayes, mid Kvnrts, Key .ind of tho Cabinet, left Wash- ington for Boston on tho Mih. Seerotary Si huri Joined tho party at Now York. Col. Wllkins, Collector of the 1'ort of Bal- timore, positively refuses to resign at the request of the President. X Cluf'lt TUG Under the operation of n rule established by Judge Hilton, successor of A. T. Stewart, excluding Jews from his hotel (tho Union) at Joseph Sollgman, one of tho most prominent bankris In Jicw refused This has occasioned much excite- inentin Jewish circles hnd awakens much Interest In other classes. On the IMh U.S. Marshal Fred. Douglass O-itod St. Michaels, Md., for the llrst time hinee he run away from there forty-one years ago. He was well received by his old mas- ter, C.vpt. Thomas Auld, and made an ad- dri'is to the colored people. li.ne-b.ill on the 10th: Boston Louis0; Hartford 13, William H. Vanderbllt has been elected President of tho Now York Central
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