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9»le for Brawt improvement. By Var Tnador a certain area Cpl to a directed by the mayor of the City of Indianapolis lady Tai sad duty attested by the clerk of sold City Andar Iba Corporal beat of Aid City i will on saturday december 18,1875, sail Al Public auction. At the City court room Between the hour of of clock a. A. And t o clock r. Of said Day. La follow i a described lot. Or parcel of land or to More thereof May Bananni rate satisfy the Aan hereinafter named a Anat Nan against such premia for Street Lin pro Cement and All co Ulo wet lot to. Thirty eight 1 to Bradshaw and Holme subdivision of Nollol no. One Hundred i in the City of Indianapolis Marlon county Lana owned by Henry let. Leroe. Against which to aaa emed the ram of three do Lars and Twenty four Aetna s3 m for Street Improte Mant la favor of d. Root a co., contractor. Henry w. Tutewiler City treasurer. Lady Anapha ind., november 35th, 11175.bala for Street improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept to me directed by Ttoe mayor of the Cut or Indiana Poi Indiana and duly attested by the clerk of Eald City under toe corporate Acai of Bald City i will a saturday december 18, 1875, Bell at Inbur Uemon at the City court room Bat Ween the boar of Loo clock a. A Aud t o clock p. Of Bald Day the following described lot or parcel of land a to much thereof a May be ■ am it wry to agile by Ibe aum hereinafter named a Annam a Tagalu i Auch premises Tor Street improvement and a Coats to wit lot no. Four,4, in Mitch la addition to the Eniy or Indianapolis. Marion county. Indiana owned by artful ■ Davi. which i a Eric 1 la ibid of three Dollar Maud in arty Lour Cea a s3 31. For Street improve meat in favor of d. Root a co., contractors. Henry w. Tutewiler. City treasurer. Indianapolis. Ind., nov Ember 3th, 1875. Salo for a tweet improvement. By virtue of a certain prec it to me directed by the mayor of the City of Indiana. And duly a treated by the clerk of said City under the corporate Seal of said City 1 will on saturday december 18, 1875, sell at Public auction at tha City oort room Between the hours of 10 Oclock a. At. Aud 4 o clock p. A., of Bald Day the following described lot or parcel of land or to much there Faa May be Necea aary to a Lafy the aum hereinafter named a Aea eased Agal Nat och premi aos Lor Street improvement and All Yoou to Wal lot no. Twenty one. 21, in Parkman and Leroe a a Bdl vision of Lindl Napili a Cincinnati Railroad company a addition to Ibe City of Laditan Apotala. Marion county Indiana owned by Oscar f. More. Against with la a seed Ibe am of two Hundred and Luty two Dolman Aud fifty Centa Al Al 50, Lor Street improvement in favor of of w. Kelley contractor. Henry w. Tutewiler City treasurer India Apallas. Ind., november 35th. 1875.Sale for Street improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept to a directed by the mayor of the oily of incl Anapol a Indiana and duly at to ted by the clerk of Bald City under the corporate heal of said ally 1 will on saturday december 18, 1875, Ell at Puma Anc Ion. At the City cent room Between the boars of 10 o clock a. X and 4 named a i eve Ltd against such premises for Street improvement and All coals to wit lot no. Three. A to Parkman and Pere eds subdivision of Indianapolis a cons innate kill Road company is addition to the stay or Lindl Anapolle Marion countr Indiana owned by Oscar f. Moors against which la Asa ewed the sum of four Hundred and eighty three dollars. Hat for Street improvement la favor of o. W. Kelley Oon. Tractor. Henry , ally treasurer i Avillan oils. Ind., november 2oil>, 1875 ale for Street improvement. By value of a certain Precept to me directed by she mayor of the City of Indianapolis incl to v Only attested by the clerk of said City an. War us corporate Seal of Bald ally 1 will on aft Day do Ember 18,1875, Ball at p to k auction at the City court room Between the a bore of is o clock a. And 4 o clock p. i said Day the following described lot. Or a. Eai of land or to much thereof a May be Necea Ary to satisfy the aum hereinafter named As Aseet sed against Auch premises for Atiee mpr All Osau. Lowly lot no. Forty Alx 40, to Parkman and Pierce s subdivision o Indianapolis d clock Luau Railroad it Dufeny addition to the City of incl , Marion county Indiana owned Iyo car f. Moure against which is Iam Uwi the Ansa of four Hundred and forty six Dot l at and Twenty five cents. My t it for Street unproven but in favor of 0. W. Mailey Eoula car. Henry w. Tutewiler City treasurer. Indianapolis ind., november Job 1875, Sale for Street improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept to me directed by the mayor of the City of Indianapolis Indiana Ard duly attested by the clerk of Bald City under the corporate Seal of Bald City x will on saturday december 18.b, 1875, sell at in bloc auction at the City oort room Between the Honra of 10 Oclock a. And 4 of aloes p. Of Bald Day. The following described lot. Or parcel of land or a it much the of As May be necessary to satisfy the aum hereinafter named a a Aagaard a pinot neb premise for Street improvement and All Leoata to wit lol no. Six i0 id Parkman and Lerae s subdivision of Indianapolis a Cincinnati Railroad company is addition to the Day of Indiana poll. Manon county Indiana owned by Oscar f Moore Agal Nat which is assessed the aum of two Hundred and Arxty two Dollar and fifty out nos ill u for Street improvement in favor of o. W. Kelley contractor. Henry , City treasurer. Indianapolis ind., november 25th, 1875. Bate for Street improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept to me directed by the mayor of the City of incl Unapool incl Aua an do y attested by the clerk of Bald City Andar tie corporate Seal of Bald City 1 will on saturday i oember 181h, 1875, hell at Public Mutton at the City court room Between the hours of 10 Oclock a. And 4 Oclock r. Of Bald Day the following described lot or parcel of land or so much thereof As away be necessary to Natl by the uni hereinafter named Asa aae amp aed galust such Presa notes fur Street improvement Aud All goals lowly l of no. Fifteen Al j in Parkman and Leree a no division or Indianapolis a Cincinnati Railroad company is addition to Ibec Lyof Lindlau Apoll. Marlon county Indian owned by of car k Moore in Ian a which is As exp a the sum of two Hundred Aud six a two dollars Aud fifty Cedis lib 5uj for Sti eel la favor of o w. Ken by. Cou tract or. Ii enry w. Tutewiler City treasurer. Indianapolis ind., november 25th, is73.bala for Street improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept to me directed by the mayor of Ibec Lyof i Dunat oils incl Aua and duly attested by the clerk of Bald City ■ near the corporals Oal of Bald City i will on saturday is bomber 18 a 1875, hell at nubile Actton. At the City court a Tom Bette a the hour of 10 o clock a x. And 4 o clock p. X., of Bald Day the following dear bed lot or parcel of land or so men thereof As May be necessary to satisfy the sum hereinafter named a assessed against such pie Pulst fur Street improvement and All Costa to wit lot no. Four 4 to Parkman and Pierce subdivision of Indianapolis a Cincinnati Railroad company s addition to the City of Indianapolis Marlon county india1 a. Owned by Zacar f. Moore Agal Nat which is assessed the sum of four Hundred Aud forty eight dollars mis for Street Loparo Vemel to favor of o. W. Kelley contractor. Henry w. Tutewiler City treasurer. Indianapolis la november 26lb. Ie76.Sale for a tree improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept to me directed by me mayor of the City of Indian Upolu Indiana and duly attested by the clerk of Eald City Nader the corporate Alai of Bald ally i will on saturday december 18.1875, sell Al Public auction at the City court room Between the hours of 10 o Clook a. If. And 4 o clock p. Hof said Day the Folly Wing dec Robed lot or parcel of land or to Macii to error As May be Necea aary to Taliaf the sum hereinafter named a ashes cd against Auch premises for Street improvement and All Costa to wit lot no. Twenty eight 38 to Parkman and Pere Era a Hlls Iao of Lud Anapolle a Alnela Natl Railroad company s addition to the ally of Lindl Anapolle Marion county Indiana owned by Zacar f. Moore Agarrat which la sir task la am of two Annfred sad Arxty two dollars Aud fifty cent Tael 60 for Street improvement w favor of o. W. Kelley contractor. Henry w. Tutewiler. City treasurer. Indianapolis ind., november 25th. 87s.Sale for Street improvement. By virtue of a certain Precept Toast directed by the mayor of the City of Lala Mapous Indiana and Only attested by the clerk of Bald Cuy Andar the corporate heat of said oily i will on saturday december 18th, 1875, hell at in bloc auction at toe Allty oort room Between the Honra flu o Ciotek a. And 4 o Loek p. M., of Bald Day. The of. Lowing described tot or parcel of land or to much thereof us May be near Alary to satisfy the aim hereinafter named me aaa Essed against such premise for Street improvement end All Soete to wll lot no. Nine be Parkman and Pere Era subdivision or Lindlau Adoila a Cincinnati Hal Road company addition Lothe Iliyof . Marion Sunty Indiana owned by a car f. Moore against which is a meshed Ibe sum of two Hundred mud Arxty two dollars and Olty cents i 50 for Street pm protein it in favor .9í 0. W. Jeellen to a Ira w. Tutewiler City treasurer. Lady Arapolu ind., november 35th, 1575. The unknown Tongue. By Joaquin . Hot a baby i i knew her in Day of old. Ton doubt that 1 lived to a land made fair with i any soft Moons and was mated there now Mark you 1 saw hut to Day on the Street a Sweet girl baby Ali one delicate feet As yet upon ear la took but Uncertain bold yet ate carried a doll and she toddled alone and she talked to that Dot. In a Tongue her own. The Sweet Luule stranger Why her foe still bore the look of Ibe people Frorup her far Star Shore. A you doubt me still. Then listen while you have looked to the Earth for Gold Why i i have looked to the Steps of the starry sky. And ,bad the fairer View it or the infinite things the dreamer or Yon How Blind be men when they will not see if men Mast look in the Dost or look at Best with the eyes bound Down to a Book Why. Who somali deny that it Corse to me to sail White ships through the Ether sea Yea i am a dreamer. Yet while Yon dream then i am awake. When a child Back through to gae of Ibe past i peered and 1 knew the Laud 1 bad lived in. 1 saw a Broad Stream saw rainbows that Eom Paasch a world to their reach i saw my a moved go Down on the Beach Nav her Han to 111 Rafear 111, saw her look Long for me a do help then look from their hip at sea the Sweet girl baby Why that unknown Tongue in the Tongue she hat talked since the Atar were Young. _ _ foreign Mill operative s visits to the wonderful Alpaca Mills of sir Titue Salt of Sal Taire Yorkshire. Solution of a social problem. Thu dwt visit to Katy years too Mas k1vrnb8s of the Mills a clean and town the Foo Vuron for him Rao pm b an bnul18h Knuit and a natural Nobleman. Occasional correspondence of the Sentinel Walton Enoland sepi. 4,1875 when i was in Europe 22 years ago i was told that a certain manufacturer of Light Woolen goods name 1 Silt was building a Large tac tory near Bradford we leu i ought to Ere. Having bait a Day to spare i visited the place. I found that or. Salt bad Bough a tract of rough Hilly lamp running Down to the River air by the aide of which be was building an immense factory. On looking Over and examining the building 1 a amazed not to much at its size though it was immense a at Ita strength and careful construction. The wails were Stone three feet thick. The partitions Between the various parts of the building were of Stone with an Iron door into each room. The win Dows of a Blob there were a Large number were made with Iron frames and two heavy lights of thick Gla. So heavy and thick Tuat i could hardly lilt one of them. The ceilings of these rooms were lofty and were of arched Brick. The upper part of the arc forming the floor of the next Story was levelled up with Earth Iron Jolieta being placed with their Enda resting upon the Walls and the arc. Upon All this a floor of heavy Stone Dags was Laid. This completely isolated one room irom another both in respect to the of Iolite of machinery and the danger from Are. I was told that it filfly barrels of tar were set on Dre in any of these rooms it would not endanger the safely of the other pans of the building. I visited the same place a few Days ago and found a Mai Ulous instance of Industry 8cccbh&pcl business Enterprise and generous munificence. The factory that i had left partly finished bad been running Tor Twenty years and bad Given steady employment to five thousand bands. The rough Bill aide land was now a Beautiful town with wide paved streets and raised Dag Side walks. The houses were All of Stone comfortable Aud convenient and Many of them elegantly built with every convenience of water drainage Etc. They appeared to be Bouses of from six to ten rooms Many of them bad Little gardens with Iron fences in front. The streets Are Laid off at right angles like an american town but they Are kept scrupulously clean and everything is in the most perfect order. Not a Gate was off the binges or a thing out of place in the town. It looked More like the residence of people in Independent circumstances than the Home of factory operatives. There is a Large Public Ball Moat elegant in design and construction which is used for lectures Aud concerts. In this there is a Library and Reading room Well Wanned and lighted and open to All on the payment of a trifling sum. The school Bouses Are spacious and have urge play grounds. There Are several churches. The congregational however of which the set family Are members is the or Lucieal one. Tote is a very Haud Aonie building with a musical come of Bells. The Low lands by the River have been raided and made into a charming Park and play ground for the use of the town. I was astonished not to much at the Comfort and convenience of All that 1 saw As at us taste and elegance. Everything looked aristocratic As though designed Lor people of taste and culture. This is All tub work of on Man Ard is Bis own individual property. Titus Salt was a poor factory boy a Cotton spinner Aud lived in ibis neighbourhood. By hard work and close Economy be saved enough Money to Start a Little Woolen Mill of Bis own. One aay a be was passing through a Large warehouse in Liverpool he saw several Balee of foreign hermaphrodite looking to Matanee that waa neither hair nor Wool and yet in to or respect it seemed to partake of the nature of both. 0a inquiring what it waa the merchant told Hutn that it waa Monte stuff that had been shipped to them on consignment but they bad not been Able to sell it a nobody seemed to know what it was. Or. Ball took a handful borne to his pocket and Fourd that it would spin into a Fine Strong thread. A returned and bought the lot. And afterwards much More of the same stuff. And tuba commenced the manufacture of a i Paca g ods and the immense business that be has since done. The old gentleman waa in the factory the Day we were there lie still enjoys vigorous health and a Green Hearty old age. I Felt a great Deal More like taking off my hat to Hutn than 1 did to any Nobleman in the land. The Auer a title came by Accident. He fortunately was the son of some lord and not of his Footman. But Thea Man carries with him the Broad stamp of one of natures noblemen. Queen Victoria who is an Honor to the exalted station she occupies recon Lxi this fact and the grand example that he had set to other manufacturer conferred upon him the Honor of . So that the poor factory Cotton api Oner to now sir to Rue Salt. Of Baltare a Beth is the name be Baa Given to his town. A soon a we arrived at the Railroad station we took a cab and Road around the town. We saw shops and stores of All kinds but not a dram shop in the p Ace. That plague spot finds no Home there. It being near noon we drove to the Bridge that overlooks the Large Gates through which the operative have to Paw to Thror dinners. After waiting a few mom not a the great Bell rang when Auch a solid Stream of hums Neltje poured out of Tbone Galea As i had never ten before. Men woman and children five thousand Soula. Ail eager Tor the dinner that no doubt waa waiting for them in their pleasant Home near by. They seemed like a Stream that bad be a pent up in a narrow Channel spreading out and losing itself in a Broad Meadow. A soon a work commenced 1 presented my card Al the office for strangers and we were shown into an elegant receiving room. Or. Stead one of the managers a very affable pleasant gentleman told tue in answer to my request to go Over the factory that they never admitted strangers without an introduction from some responsible person. I told him that having had the control of a Large fact by myself i appreciated their objection to admitting strangers. But a i was in quite a differ in business there was no danger of my stealing any of their ideas Facto of Trade or Mode of Ina Ufa Ture Whin no doubt bad Cost them a great Deal of Money to Perico Aud work Oul 1 suppose be saw that i understood the Fie matters and very kindly showed a to rough the vast building. It la impossible Tor Kne to give anything like a Correct idea of tads great hive of Industry. Think of 600 Hgt Oma in full oper Tsiou in one room and that Only a Small part of one store of the building. We saw the raw material just a it had Louie from the Back of the animal in every stage of its Progress until it came out the Beautiful fabric which ladies to Delight to look upon and to Wear. Wobu a Loog Way h bad travelled from the place where it grew to the place where it a worn. Through what a number of combing Cardino Pennino weaving Aud other a cities la had passed before it received its last finish. Having passed through several tire i appreciated the precaution used for it prevention in this build ins. It la As nearly fire proof possible indeed i do not see Bow it could turndown. I would insure it for a Mere trifle. But where Are the Large furnaces to make the steam to run this Endle amount of a Chinen they Are under the pave net t. In the Yard fifty feet from the buildings. You would never Bupp oae while crossing the smooth tag Tonth Over which the teams Are constantly passing that immense for Nicea were roaring and burning beneath your feet. All that you see of them a an Iron railing round an opening by the Railroad where the Coal brought in by the cats i dumped Down into the bins clue by the Innace doors. I West Down and found the Boll Era tubular nine feet in diameter sixteen feet Long. The Engineer told me that they were going to Exchange them Lor boilers twelve Leet in diameter making a larger steam surface and a greater Economy of Luel. The smoke passes through a smoke Burner and a flue 100 feet Long before it reaches the Chimney nearly 200 feet High. Tala gives a splendid draft to the furnaces As the roaring current of air charged with oxygen passing Over the fiery Blase fully shows these furnaces have no connection with the building except by the Large Supply pipe for the engine and the steam to beat the building. Their explosion would do Little damage. This vast machinery is carried Forward by two pair of up Rigel reciprocating engines of four feet Cylinder and eight foot stroke of Bubac Tittl workmanship and kept in the most perfect order. I found this vast establishment working like a Well regulated Well oiled piece of machinery. Every one of those 5,000 human being bad a certain duty to perform and a person to see that it was done. The Ceil Dren from ten years and upward worked in the factory by sections one Section being at work one half of the Day and at school the other. The sections tuba alternated with each other keep the places both in school and factory constantly filled. This however is not a system of All work and no play. The factory was to be closed the next Day in the afternoon to give time for recreation and enjoyment. Prizes were offered for Competition in English games and athletic sports. These were to take place in the Public Park sir Titus and Bis family who Are All in Unla on with him in All Bis plans were to attend to see Lair play and to distribute the rewards. How such a Man As this towers Aboye Tbone who Are selfishly struggling and scrambling to gather wealth for their own enjoyment and advantage and who Are entirely re Gard Leaa of the bodies and Soula of those who Wear themselves oat in earning the Money. When Willabor and capital learn that they depend upon each other that to interest of the employer and the employee Are one add the same and that their sympathies ought to be with and for each other. Such a Man As sir Titus Salt makes me proud of the rate to which i belong. Would to god that there were More of them m 8. F. S. A satisfactory report of the Progress of to German works at Olympia Baa been received at Berlin. The full complement of men has in secured and upward of fifty greeks Are now working under the direction of their countryman m. Demetriades the superintendent of the explorations. Portions of entablature of the East front of the Temple of us have been reached at a depth of 150 metres and while one band of workmen la occupied at Tia Point to another has been assigned the task of exploring the ground of which the excavated Earth la to be thrown before any or Jat mass of debris be accumulated. Careful brings Are also being made to ascertain the course of the Boundary wails within which the sacred precincts were enclosed and which Are As yet Bolly undetermined on the Eastern Side of the circuit. Ring Bonanza the grandest grab of the age. Go with instruction to to Quot Agate t. He of turd. C Fie and other Alan dispatched us and locate mines. Purchase of Fidoe in the Bau Thero a corporation have i to Purchase lands other inter Sta Are at Over ten year ago a negro called Apon a claim agent at Detroit and filed a alarm against the government for Bounty and Back pay for services to the Navy daring the rebellion. The papers in the Case were duly made oat and ant to Washington Aud a favourable answer was received but the Man vanished mysteriously and was not again Beard of till last saturday when be walked into the office of the claim agent and car pulsed him by inquiring is Yoa got Dut Money yet 7 he explained matters by stating that shortly alter Leav Lig Detroit ten years ago he was arrested in Toronto Lor Highway robbery and bad been confined in Kingston Penitentiary Ever Sisoe. There Are 597 pensioners at the famous hotel Des invalids paria the oldest of whom la the Brave latin now 93, theress millions in it. Mexico s debts to Amke ican to be Phio by the Sale of Hub b it Rorr state glowing of Moses of til e Rich tkp.h1 tor1em which will by annexed. A 8an Francisco special to times of Yesu Day says test it Rosy appear strange that events which have been kept strictly secret in Washington should be brought to the Light of Day in us Fra Frisco. Toe following Facto which Are published in the chronicle on to Day a strictly True. I a u not at Liberty to give Yoa the Nauvie of my authorities by i ran aay without betraying Oon Flenoe. That be Lacta were related to me by prominent 8sd Francisco capita taste who Wero taken into the speculative ring referred to below and who now that they have lined ten in pockets with mexican coins have not it Furlin r interest in protecting the dec Eccl How the in bloc will look upon a president who Ihu prostitutes Jiuu rna Liona diplomacy to Aid such jobbers As Butler. Cause Ron and Conkling in swindling poor people out of the moneys awarded them by the mexican claims commission remain to to it seen. If tit Atory Doc not explode third term ism the temper of the american people Baa greatly changed in the a a Tew year. The Story la As follow for some Lime a i rumours have been a float of the in ended Purchase by the United Stales and Cea ton by Mexico of certain portions of lbs territory of that Republic. These rumours have been continually denied by these Rupo Edt be deep to the Confidence of Tbs Init to Powers of on own and the mexican gov in to nerf. The cd Ronicle for a Long time a been engaged in trying to delve to the Bottom of the mystery and at length by mean of private Dicato yes and information Fern shed by persons who have been let into the acct it enabled to Lay before lie readers the following authentic facts for two or three years past a body known As the mexican claims commission with sir Edward Thornton the British minister at Washington acting As Umpire. Have been Between the United states Aud Mexico in regard to claims pecuniary damages growing out of the last War with Mexico and depredation committed by mexicans on american soil. The mexican presented counter claim for Al leg Der it Dation by american it icons of mexican property. When the arbitration began each government agreed to abide by the decision and pay All awards As Yoou it get final agreement should be made. The claims oui mision Bas ended its labors. To e result is an award of Between f40.000.000 and £>0,000,000 to the United 8iatee government. The mexican Treasury a in a depleted condition and when the final award was made. President Leordos government found i total unable to meet ibis huge demand on Ita resource. The result was that negotiations were entered into Between the two Sovereign Powers for an amicable adjustment of this Little financial obligation. Toyee negotiations Bave been pending Lor some time past and Bave resulted in a treaty Between the two govern to the substantial Points of a bib Are now Given to the Public for ted first time the United states of America represented by presid Sut Grant agree to assume the financial responsibilities of Mexico to american citizens and pay All to Awaida in full. In consideration of Tia obligation of the United Slater the Republic of Mexico represented by president Don Sebastian Lerdo de Tejado covenants and agrees to cede to the United states the whole of Iwer California the entire state of Sonora a bib includes the magnificent it sport of guava am sibe whole slate of Chihuahua and parts of the it Tai. A of Sinaloa Durango and co Bulla. The terms of this treaty Bave passed backward and Forward Between Washington and the City of Mexico. Ail the rest urges of diplomacy Here Bavel get a exhausted to their preparation and Bev have finally been accepted by both Preti Dent Grani and president Lerdo and Ibey will soon be presented to the Senate i of the two countries for ratification. Ibe treaty will be stat to the United states Senate upon its reassembling Early la december with a recommendation from president Grant that it be ratified at once. Already the United states is making pre Partt Tlona to take Possession of the newly acquired property. It will be Rettic inbred that two weeks ago rear Admiral Rogy commanding the Squadron of the Pacific was ordered to Washington and Lett san Francisco on some mysterious Mission. That Mission is now explained. The Pacific Squadron is now concentrating near the mexican coast Aud rear Admiral Rogers has gone to Washington to receive personal instructions in the matter. It is supposed that there will be much indignant feeling manifested by the Mexicana when the cession la made know and our gun boats and cur men of War Are to be on nazi to restrain any open opposition. The re building of the doable turreted Monitor Monadnock and the single Turret Comanche on both of which extensive repairs Bave been made at Mare Island recently 1b also explained by this startling piece of news. The Gover quient a evidently taking every precaution to secure the peaceful execution of the treaty it it shall be ratified but it 1 also making every preparation to enforce its execution if be. Saary at the Mouth of our Guna. The fact that these negotiations were pending with an almost assured certainty of a favourable termination Baa been known to leading politicians for some time. Notable among those who were in the secret were Hixion Cameron of Pennsylvania Beniamin f. Butler of Massac bitetto and senator Conkling of new York. These gentlemen were not alow to tak advantage of their knowledge and turn it to their own private profit. Those Bolding claims against the mexican government which had been audited by the commission knew nothing of the probability that the United states would eventually assume the claims. They Only knew that Mexico waa a pauper and they were anxious to realize whatever they could on debts which bad been outstanding for years and the Colle it Aion of a bib waa now extremely problematical. A ring waa formed by Noee who knew Tbs secret and Many of the claims were bought up at merely Nousi Nal prices. The Ringla now said to hold from 010,000.000 to #15,000,000 Worth of these claims which they purchased at irom 15 to 30 Cento on the Dollar. Many California capitalists were also let into tub a Kurt and purchased largely of the claims. A Rinir was formed Here and an agent sent to Texas to buy All the claims in the Market. On the Steamer a bib left for Mexico on yesterdays Well As on the previous one a number of agents of capitalist sailed. They work and chiefly Railroad 1 Ole res s. It a supposed that Toms uha by Eye of Tia j Northern portion of Mexico an1 intend to to kill a feeler to Bis approach to the a Citico Oaas. The Texas a Pacific Railroad company employed Gento within the last 11 to year to travel to Routi Sonora. Sana the Chicago Loa and Chihuahua and report on the re Arufo the Ocop Tiora of the lab Shianta and the pro Post of Trade. The same of Pany or Poe Lily torn Scitt a an individual Speculator. Is Given to a hurl of magnificent h Val lability recently surveyed sounded and charted in the Genii of California near Point Vedarte. In do it a of situation for commie re and a a Pant for Railroad engineering Troug the boat court Root the Region Tia Harbor a Quot id to Dhema Quayum farther tip the of the proposed line which will terminate on the Eastern ebore near the a nth of the Kar let it a River. Is Impo Tauc a a made known by the Jame town Survey four or five a his ago and the report ended to the assertion that All the vessel of the world could come to. Afo and Roomy Anchorage with in or or exr w to. Re two 5 ears ago it a said the president directed a Survey of the country Trout the Texas Bordors Ottilia Harbor with a Law to encourage a Railroad pc it and is than a year ago the Narr Agamau was Down in the Gull surveying from Cape St. Lucaa to the to out of to Colorado and southward to Maz Tiar. The favourable Aitu Allon of this Harbor was then Alto noted. It a named Tupolo a into but except on very recent Chart or maps will be looked for in vain. From this Point a Railroad stretching across Mexico into Texas would prove a Shorter route to now York by 320 Quillee Tau ibo present Trane Continental Railroad affords although to reach san Franci co from Topolo Tempo would increase the distance considerably. There Are other Railroad projects on Ibe fibres hold of the Engin he company a bib owns the Railroad irom Vera Crux in the Mexic a Gulf to Mexico has Aiso a contract to Barm a Railroad northwestward to icon on the Borders of it it Uana to to and Guadalajara states in Central Mexico and from ibis Point or. Plum formerly score Ary of the american Lei onion a a contract Tor Lal Road which is to extend northward and connect with the Texas Pacific. Not a mile of to Road Baa As yet constructed but i Oue of the most to Uris Ding manufacturing towns in Mexico and the Region to the North la Fertile and ext Remoy Rich in mine and All other resource a bib lend to make country great. The Railroad from the Barbor of Topolo Vamp would intersect and would open up the country East and West of it finally a Roa ius the Kio Grande and entering the state of Texas. As shown by Ata Lis tim the whole of this portion of Mexico a the Moat thinly populated in the Republic Aud also the Moat attractive for settlement and development. Many americans Are already sealed there and capitalists looking ahead Are giving it their attention with the speculative avidity which characterizes them. G of Wagon roads exist suitable for All kinds of traffic throughout the state of Bih Nabua and extend in eastward to the r Grande. In 8o-Nora, also Wulc t offers a templing Fidd for the Miner there Are Many Sill towns scattered Enron pfc at the state and possibly Jonm Ezrd we b roads some of which wind Over the s Erra Medra into the adjoining province. To e words of Sonora and Cal Nabua Are noted a of great value in com Terte of iming hard Beau thu of Grain and susceptible it a toe polish. Sonora raises More of the wheat consumed on the a fic coast of Mexico and la i Quel in Quality Toane Grain in the world. D he valleys of the Myrln the Mayo and Hie Feu la Are among Lite Fiuzat in soil tips of a bib Mexico can boat. To Leo temperature of Sonora and is equable Seldom rising above and never below 25. A Little Snow a sometimes it Een. It is in Sonora that the famous Wells Fargo mice is situated and fourteen Miles from Bih Nabua City lies a tract of agricultural and mining land a bib torn Scott recently purchased and valor e at fri.000,000. In the latter province As Well As Sonora the most delicious Fruita Are grown and in pasture and Grain producing facilities there is a splendid opening for tue Stock Berder and Farmer. Two third of the sparse population is cd it mpr sed of half it Reeds and indians the remaining third of Spanish and americana. Co Babain lying to the eat of Chi Nahna. A very thickly peopled but along the Rio Grande there la a Good sprinkling of population. Greenbacks for the million. A cell b organized on the Buchanan flan the declaration of principle. A Greenback club on the buc Banau plan a permanently organized in this City on the 17th, and Locaste of a membership Otto Hundred Tad fifty. The Only condition of membership a that the applicant Ball subscribe to the ded rations of principles to to found below. It is not intended to make Tebee clubs partisan affaire but purely political and democrats and Republic Ana both Jour. Immediate Steps Are to be Token to organise clubs in each Ward of the Cuy. Gen. Benjamin f. Butler Bas been invited to Addrena Ibe dub on the la Proximo. The members of the Greenback club Are very ent Qudala tic and speak confidently of enrolling thousand of member in its rank. The following named gentlemen Are of i Viii of the club president. J. O. Gei Neudorff vice president we. Wheatley treasurer a do min r. Mccord recording Secretary k. T. Basse-11 corresponding Secretary t. J. Legan. The declaration of princ Filep. In View of the con lined and increased depression of Bula. Mulling in tue fat ure and bankruptcy of All Prole live Enterprise the enforced idleness of lbs Aaaanda of a neat industrious working people the continued shrinkage of value and in create it taxation the vast Burden of Public and private debt relatively Lucre and by the depression of All other Vaina All produced As we believe by a a taken policy of fila Nolan legislation therefore we. The undersigned cd tires and voters of Ibec Lyof an 1 Vicinity do Anile in the following Demanda opon the cd Gresa of the United slates. First. The Immy Jato and unconditional repeal of inc re wrap Ion act of january 14. 17», commonly known a ties Barman Bill second. The permanent retirement of Al National Banc no a. Aud the a Usu Nuon therefor of Nat Loual be Al tender paper Money to be lulled ili rectify Irsai uie Treasury o. The hulled kit a. A the re funding of a last a portion of the present a atonal bonded debt Luto Bonds bearing » lower Rafe of Lut Otest aay s 1 per Joanl per annul a Ltd National Legal tender paper Money at the pleasure of the . A l we farther unite in a Call for a Nisan meeting to be held at Undla Naiu december 1st, furtherance of beae demands. 175, in 1 the Centenary of toe invention of pianoforte occurs next my he

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