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28 Jul 1841

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28 Jul 1841

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Indianapolis Semi Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - July 28, 1841, Indianapolis, Indiana Ski weekly .1 Olilia Al. I Al 1 i a n v Poms wednesday july 28. 1841. Marion county nominations. The whiff of this Coutv held a convention on saturday april 24. At which the following Nomina nation were made _ representatives Ishall harping and Austin w Morris. Treasurer and collector Jacod Landis. Recorder James Turner. Auditor John Hamilton. Assessor John my Colum . It District a Hakim Tyner elect Ion an first monday 2d it it Faugust . Be Well in old Vigo As Well As in the contiguous whig counties. We have received the first no. Of the a Tippecanoe journal and Lafayette free Fresa a edited and published by John b. Sent ans Esq. It succeeds the late Lafayette free it Ess and the no. Before us gives evidence of Industry and Talent. . Semana had charge of the first paper Over published in Lafayette. We we Lewtie him right heartily again into the whig editorial corps of Indiana. A rep Gudrur of be inti Iliin journal Washington july 26, 1841. Gentlemen both houses of Congress have been for the last few Days most busily engaged a the Senate in the consideration of the loan Bill a the House in the fortification Bill. On saturday the Senate by a Vole of 23 to 20. Passed the loan Bill. It was a strict party vote the opposition All voting in the negative dial is refusing to 3ssjst in raising Money to pay debts contracted by themselves during the last administration. It is All in character. In the course of the Dehale on this Bill air. Woodbury made a display of those Brilliant financial abilities which so distinguished his management of the Treasury. He said the loan was at this time unnecessary it would not be needed this year a for a says he a you intend during this or the next session to pass a Bill levying Twenty per cent on All imports even those article which Are now free of duty and every Clear sighted merchant of course anticipating the action of this Bill will next fall make much heavier importations of those articles free of duty than have Ever yet been imported consequently swelling the amount of receipts from customs much beyond the estimate of the or. Evans quietly Rose and enquired a if ten millions of imports free of duty produced a Revenue of nothing How much would it take to meet a deficit in the Treasury of five millions a the thing was too ridiculous the galleries title red the senators laughed and or. Woodbury hesitated stammered and then went on to explain it away. The House to Day passed the Bill making appropriations for repairing our forts and harbours providing ordnance and preventing Indian hostilities by a Large majority upwards of two to one. After the morning hour in the Senate to Day or. Smith of Connecticut a the Man in the Corner Quot As he was called by or. Clay and which sobriquet still attaches to him delivered himself of his views on the Bank Bill. For four mortal hours he held Forth talking of distribution Loans debts Tariff tie Cit Oclis rebus it quits Dum Aliis. He cleared the desks and galleries even the reporters nodded for listening to him except by occasional snatches of ten minutes or so at a time is a labor compared to which All other labors the labor of thieves on a tread Mill of horses at a Brick Kiln of negroes on a sugar Plantation a Are an agreeable recreation. Like Benton and Allen his speeches on every subject Are three times As Long As any other Many a and one hour of his is As tedious As another Many a three. When he finished or. Nicholson proposed an amendment to the Bill making the Stock of the branches taxable by the states in which they Are located. A considerable interchange of views ensued which had not ended at half past three of clock. The amendment it was expected would be Defeated. There was a report in circulation for the last two or three Days that or. Clay and the friends of his Bill would consent to some Compromise of the Points at Issue Between them and or. Rive a and that in that event the Bill would pass the Senate by the full whig Vole and the president would have no scruples in approving it. I do not know what credit can be attached to this report so Manv contradictory statements Are constantly afloat one knows not what to believe. M. We judge from the Tenor of several articles from correspondents published in the last Wabash courier that the a Banner county a is in danger of being carried by the opposition at the approaching election. Our worthy Friend. Judge Moffalt in the closing part of a reply 40 a newspaper attack of a personal and scurrilous nature of one of the opposition candidates makes a stirring and Strong Appeal to his fellow whigs. Another correspondent who signs himself a old Vigo also urges upon the whigs to bestir themselves or they will be beaten by a a coalition most foul a notwithstanding their overwhelming strength. If we Are to be beaten in Vigo where May we look Lor soc est but we can hardly believe that he fears of the courier s correspondents Are veil founded. The editors of that paper Are always among the first to snuff danger in the Breeze Ano during the whole canvass they have observed a most profound silence in relation to the election. This fact leaves us a Hope that All will yet the Wabash courier is mistaken in plating that a not one Indiana Piess Lias yet approved the appointment of judge the Lawrenceburg Beacon Rushville whig and Salem commentator have each spoken of it in Strong terms of election. We intended to have made one More Appeal to the whigs of Marion in this number to rally once More in support of their principles but our eyes falling on the following article irom the Lawrence Burgh Beacon we concluded although intended for another county it would have quite As much effect As any tiling we could election. One Vapi k from monday next tar annual election comes on and it i log time our whig Friend were be stirring Iheme Lvpl if they expect still 10 maintain the High ground which they Nee pied in iii Fust last As Well As in the following no vein la a. We hate hitherto said hut very Little about then it Irun Cliniff election believing the people were too buy in their harvesting to mice much interest in the matter Ami we have Only room at present to notice the fact that our political opponents ar1 tin and doing flushed by the Hopes it in easy Victory in consequence of our apparent division and sinti Nenese. Already the Organ of that party in this county i a minding the note of anticipated Triumph to the mrie of 300 majority a shall this prediction be verified i we answer no Ami we Hope to hear the voice of i a nil freemen speak in a through the ballot Box in n solemn negative. No. We cannot believe that the Independent whiff of old Dearborn who covered themselves with Glure in 1 10. Are prepared to submit to such a mortifying can ill y lamely submit to the def Graditi m of being marched out of Camp w Ith their arms reversed and i their Colora trailing in the dust if not then let them Mickle on their Armor and once More come up 1 to the breach in a solid and unbroken Phalanx. T Ike the anti be whig ticket As it in discarding All objections that May be urged it. It in no time a inv for Ca villing. The ticket was brought Forward by a county convention in which the interests of nil the town hip were fairly represented and it is the duty of every whig to sustain it in All its ports a Quot to us d it so and once More Segure he Triumph of our cause. We have not room to add More at present. Arrival of the Caledonia. New York july h. 1841. The steamship Caledonia Coptain a Mckelver arrived it Boston at i of clock yesterday in thirteen Day from Liverpool including detention at Halifax. The now by her is Hohen Days inter and of decided importance. The or iii a parliament was prorogued by the Queen on the 22d ult., and an immediate dissolution and new election ordered. That election was proceeding amid intense excitement when be Caledonia sailed and the general aspect of the returns was decidedly advert a to the ministry who will manifestly be Hinten. And can no longer avoid resigning. A full House of commons consists of 645 members of which 345 Are chosen by England proper. Of these 303 and i from Scotland have been heard from and the result is of All Shade 5q conservatives ditto j5 ministerial majority 1-1 tory gain 9. Equal to h difference. It is expressly admitted by the ministerial Organ Globe that no whig majority sufficient to carry a repeal of the Corn Laws can now he hoped for. Loud complaints of bribery Are made by the disco fitted. The City of London has returned two members of each party by a do a vote As follows Aid. Wood whig,6.315 or. May terran tory 6.339 lord j. Russell. 0.221 Lynll. Do. 6.200 Atwood 6,212 Pattison 6,070 Crawford 6.065 Pirnie 6.1117. So a tory Heads the poll and lord John Stu Quot a is in by nine votes the lowest of those elected. Here is a disastrous whig loss of two members. Rugs lord Palmerston has fared much in re a in attempting to carry Liverpool. There the pull closed lord Lyndon. Tory 5.970 or. Cross Well. Do. 5.792 or. Wal new Lcy a a a 4.617 lord Palm Ruslon 4.431 lord p. At the font of the poll and beaten 1.361 vote by the lowest tory was Ever a High Cabinet minister to terribly demolished he has since been returned fur Tiverton. The other parliamentary member of the Cabinet have All been returned after a nine fashion. Terrible riots in connection w Ith the polling took pm acc at Liverpool Blackburn. Carlisle and Many other places. At Liverpool the Irish residents in the whig Side and the ship carpenters on the conservative. Were the principal combatants to the number of Many thousands. The Irish appear to live Hen the aggressors. The Globe tavern and another kept by a or. Casement both conservative rallying Points a were furiously attacked and shattered a daughter of or. Casement was badly Hurt by n a tone when her father fired upon the mob and badly wounded four persons one of them dangerously. The i it was quelled and or. C. Taken to prison but he cannot be 1 harmed even though death ensue. At. Carlisle two 1 persons were killed. In a dozen instances it became Nece sary a Call out the military and at Blackburn to charge the mob with fixed bayonets. Many person have died of excitement exr to a and passion. The commercial news is satisfactory in one respect a there have been heavy sales of Cotton the Market is i Active and there in a Clear Advance of 1-8 it. Per la. Or nearly $1 per Bale on american generally. The j Yam Market had improved at Manchester and this Advance bids fair to be maintained. In Grain there i Little change. The Prospect of the growing crop had been improved by recent rams and is considered at least fair. Money is in demand owing to the enormous Loam sought by France. Austria to. To cover the expenses of their War armaments Las or. The current rate is fully five per cent. The French loan Baa been Cut Down from 450.000.000 France to half that sum or about 912.000,000. Oliero is nothing of decided interest front Continental Europe. A new royalist ministry has been organized in Portugal. The Jacobin of France Are pining for another general War. And is me of the ministry incline to them but Luniw Philip is there is nothing of consequence from Algirt. The turkish Empire is dissolving. The insurgents in Candy a maintain their ground and new combinations Adverse to the Dominion of the Porte Are forming in All the Europe a province. Tim throne of Olio now totter to its fall unless upheld by the Western Power. From Cly a i there is an Over slut mail but it is hard to Wiy what Lam intelligence amounts to. Tilt English Are a sliding Forward More troops both from Home and India but there in a droll proclamation from 0 munis Siiner Yang a Otti of Forth that the English desire Only a re Amine Cement of lie Trade where i it to it is decreed that lie Trade is opened in Vvhs Nipoa. A corresponding Rumor asserts that tin English a hips have dropped Down the River a mile and a half from Canton. Can this mean nov thing i have no room for Domestic news. There is a silly fabric air in in a sunday paper purporting that a band of canadians were on Friday night at tempting to liberate Mcleod at to Euort. There is no possibility of it truth. Yours Harold. Levy a candidate for Justice of the peace to Supply the place of 1�?T. M. Weaver resigned. Of two Are requested to Sny that Dennis i. White is a candidate for Justice of the peace to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of t. M. Weaver Esq. Resigned. It we Are authorized to announce William y. Wiley no a candidate for Justice of the peace to fill the place of t. M. Weaver resigned. 03&Quot we Are requested to say that William Sullivan in Candida re Fer Justice of the peace to fill Etc Omund by Ihu resignation of Tenma m. Weaver. 03-wo Are authorized to announce John Hare As u crud Idaho for lust ice of the peace la Supply Tho vacancy occasioned by the resignation of t. M Weaver of business. We congratulate the country upon the rapid pro of Rcd a of the Public bus Lhez a in the House of rep�1- tentative. Already it Lias pay a eel la i. An appropriation Bill 2d. A Fiill for the Relief of mrs. Harrison 3d, a Bill for the Relief of the lunatics of this District Ith Tho land distribution Bill 5th, the Navy pen a Ion Bill hit. The naval ordnance Bill 7th. The loan Bill 8th. Lite Forti Fie at Ion Bill nod yesterday of the Huron Squadron Bill the latter Vitili pass d by an unusual majority. 184 to 8. Showing an Universal apprehension of a not Cen a if for putting the nation in a state of defence Nini furnishing the strongest troop of United and vigorous action in Case of War the House of representative in nobly responding to the pot Tilar voice which called it into being. It will he observed also that every subject indicate i by Public expectation a proper for the legislation of the session has been brought before that it do. And tvo have no Dight will he promptly Dpi patched. The Bank Hill the sub Treasury repeal Bill the bankrupt him. And the Revenue Bill were yesterday brought to the notice of the to ii a. The Bank Bill we understand is substantially the a nine is that reported he Tho committee of the Senate. The repeal Bill we Are informed include both the Sib Trcy a try a my the Deposit in and of 1836. Tile vote in connection Vii h the subject of the bankrupt Bill to Keri yesterday in decisive we Are Virv Happy to think of a determination on the part of tic House to net upon it at the present 1ladisiminn. The Public lands. The estimated Quantity of Public land unsold and now subject to private entry is i i8.i73.-i41 acre. The estimated Quantity surveyed and Ini surveyed. Not offered at Public a ale is 193.-116.863 acres. The Quantity which ims been sold from the earliest period of Tho sales is 80.708.724 acres. The amount paid therefor by the purchasers a been $121.113,435. Tim Quantity granted to each state and territory exclusive of the kith Section Inis been 3,826,�30 u cj1h, the Quantity reserved from Sale exclusive of tin Icli Section has been 837.589 acres. The Esi minted Quantity of Public land to which the Indian title has not been extinguished in the Britnie and territories is 735.015.601 a madisonian. Progress of v. The f a lowing land office have Heen Lis continued to incr the provisions Quot of the net of Congress of 12th jote 1841. Viz a Manetta a a Scavillo. Steuben dle. Cincinnati and Wooster in Ohio and the office u Donroe in and appointments. Within the last few Day several changes have a Komi place Iri our diplomatic lists und in the Genera lain office. To such changes the w Lude people to of the Compro have lung been looking und will say amen nothing ims recently happened which has diffused so general n Joy throughout tin rank of those who conquered the office holders in the late struggle than these changes few tin ugh they be. Tim land of lace ims notoriously b in infested by n most obnoxious mass of Nch of coir to. It require a thorough Reform. For example there Watt conspicuous character who while he my office had habitually written for the Globe presided Over the deliberations of a Jacobin club in Hus City and loved his bottle quite As Well is his duties. Others were notoriously incompetent and worthless. Thanks to or. Huntington for nil that he has accomplished. A Well done Good and faithful were word yesterday upon the lips of Cipry whig Anil conservative. For every censure he May hear he will receive a thousand plaudits from patriotic men in every part of the land and the people will wish there were More Huntington in madisonian we Are authorised to announce Matthew Little is n candidate for county commissioner to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Thomas Johnson. Fellow citizens i offer my Elf is n candid nip for theoflice of recorder of Marion county. Should von deem hip worthy of support and elect me. The duties of Ilie office i shall Endeavor to discharge so As to meet your approbation. Yours respectfully e c. Boyd. Messes. Douglass a for Jav Orff please announce the name of James my Luvaine of a candidate for can nov commissioner in place of Thomy a Johnson resigned. Many voters. Messes. Editors please to announce the name of want. J. Brown As a candidate to represent Marion county in the House of representatives for the ensuing legislature. Many voters. Lewis c. Lewisjr a candidate for rejection to the office of recorder of Marion county. Isi Pokrant proofs of the fun or up or. It Trtilek r Cri Thrail Mfd Centt. Tim Fuline Ina a pm sgt Irthy or k ii. Tali Sumn a cent in i Liveli Innell Olito. There rom tie an it Sakii in it an lie Par tie. Are Well ten Man. A emr. to ii it it a of am Orsari Lawn ship county u a. A Rai Days tru Uhitil Ivi Iti iii ii. I Agar line. Aridity it till1 Sinuis Ilell Noel need with the a nil a it Ali Dpi if i a of in a and 1 Naif to limit trait id Var Piini Niedt Eliie. Wit in ill finding Relief the Alvo Quot la in june it. Ital. Atli. , Ationo. Y Tkv i. or. Vance of u county write a ii Mvi a car a it Tir. s it a in lira performing Simno if u r most a a a Devurl mar in lid Vicinity Ever Henri of Almy were Lipiro Durell to rent my a is month ago by one of my Nolish Liori sell i intr Ini Pii Pinex Nae from i lie pills Lirah of flee. 1 my of four Caw a in i id Elnen where Complete Curra have Hern Perr Tomeil Ope of a vim Eva i . And one of n most Elna Loir and Niusini Intel pc Vova i a pm ? in of it la Quot i us Clec years a lion iii i my y on enclosed five Del lip pm Lolly fur hint amount by flip Iwar or. Tilt Chiin to Ned july Lull in. , Joe sect. N it. To it it live eerily Lenny. Eoina Vireil a Loti to e very Ninny nor esd reel Vail. N Ila Lily mild a on Vinee Toto a similarly Lull Pleil. It it can Yri lie relied to the use of lie a Intel Imide me tit i in. I Lin. I pal Eilef a a. Jul a a iii i us to i if Kkt i . by Otic its. Agent. July flan a a on hidden Molur i Iddinn polls. I my l .i,ar8 Kauahi. In a it Kemil �?z1 on Fli Eibi Ems Fly and on o a cd just a Perlso or we n Lud in i ill Neil in or Inird a to Elln. Ilcia Allut i eel ill Ali disk empt Etiopi. I tick eyes dark liner i Cioe by Hie Annir a of or want lie a repro ponied Asa my a a it not finns hoop Mph mid . The a dive the word will lies Ven Lor id a . Editor in oils pm Loid Illinois lire reign sled to ropy the a Hove no Lii c. July Jit to county my let hint. Of amp a so i u. Miner of Muin and a nth it a. Tre. To iii him Ille. K y. Wou d re Peet fully inform country in ref iii hint they will Ion Ioir i in o cot Surjit mocks of airy i. Lever opened West of the m Lini itans and from tin fort they Tamika nil their Putira Linsea from dry to in min and non Low Price a it in a Madero to tiler. They to Djeva Lilicy ran a Ell goods tit 8mt>rn John inns prices with a f or Nito Wnm e Lor Excline Iliffe Chii Ruee interest or. Their term Unen a or is a Tonitis to Pulici l men. And they Oil Rit from nil sir i. Ii visit and i nmn noon. Their Stork will e rom Pieta by if Ali of . Biily 2ft 7tv Sta i k Tif in Hina 81 Fri. Me t May or in i. I. 1k4 i a Friday mity Lic a Luth .>1.1 1041. In me in Grovo n in chancery Arnold la Litey. Linn Finks ninth heir . So Pien ii Jar son. Donal Lotti fun it a Philvin it earlier till Lilii morals in Morrison John Ihne Hison and in . J i a come Llie by his Rositi Sei and it. No per lint Limi the is Immons Liere Lofgre issued Nemst irn a v i my m i ii returned Noi Ciccici whereupon it is ordered that Mie mid d Len nut Enekey be and no per Leone tils court it the Finie i be on lie Fornili my Piid i in Reti and in a Wei Ite pie lid Iff k Hill lied herein or in i to tilt thereof the Nal ter and old tips Ili Erelli it to lidded Lis to him a vill lie Loken in Eon it Moil and Derno d Mali i further ordered that n Tup of i ills order 11 Pulitini Vil in the Indiana Zourou. N newspaper priced Etli Dunnn Petlo. Fer 111 tee weeks a Nurer sylvely. Imi Jit a a True cop a Hest. Ii. I. Ofrim Liam i Milt it by Colm i in that Iju Miloni circuit court october term,. In 4i. Ornila it Tehran l a. A a id it Ion for div orc. A Sheri Corhenn. S it i Clair Mude to no per by tie Fli Davit of n person filed in the clerk Solidi of in Mill county on the l l i Fly of july a. D. If to. Unit Thesna i Tolvert Cochran. He defendant to the a a id Petit Ion of Orrillo Cocci run for n a. V ice also tiled in a id clerk s i Dice on lit adme flir Sali not u resident �?z1 the Fine in Montana thurr Furni lie a Aid Kohrt la la my is Lieari y notified of sold petition and Limi unless he appear null bleed. In scr. Or demur in the same on or a store the rat line of a 1.11 Enid up Al Ilio i i i eos Lii Lerm of sold Zouri Hie said Peti Ilii win be or nil nod Deli Nilton d in ills Nisi Nee attest i ill 2113wp John i blk Knofl. E Erk. Notice by adminis Tutor. Otic e in la Iyen Perisi Tenery of . Him on in Quot e a Taie of Phi Nam hmm Tilicea de Hue of in i ton i oin in Mui suite of Inkinen i Nve been duty grunted to Tho under lain in by ii e Ell re of ii e i hate court of is id county All Persona to doubled tri Stilli Msihie a re i Ireby Mil Iticia to make payment m illion delay nod those i Pvlos run Luis no Illust la a Nieto present their claims respect Virly properly for settlement within the Tima limited by in tin Oesime is supposed to in insolvent Biily 28.tw Hamlet. Ii. A a Iiama film r. N on his Piir it i Sirl it to Nln Sonoqui ners. It is in Kiln known to a us Troni tie Hills of unit Ilia Quot that two thirds of Llie i Timon in mlle die flt Nolly from Timi Fame de a inner Quot Quot in old pm Mill any Niilre Reaal to their health Ntuli procure proper remedies it the first it Ark inn by in Lianhe live min d lie saved to tie of ii Weir dear est Friend nod relative in in n Well known fact hint Quot Rector f Vsiak a i a Arm an Yorr or will or re a i Tho denser on Dif Ese this Medicine Bas proved it a Florney in a of the very Muy Zerti Flegle received and Llie ions from a Mirry Neels. A Lio sell till Medicine in Roux Lio iii Hie culled a Mies is to nov astonish Lazy they speak from Nenigar proof a iii Essie the rare la Lliel own tills ref apply i sat rent eve genre to Eon Cluro the most Sketl ral of the won Erly ii fell Rory of hits invaluable Medicine. Will patients any longer lie doped by inexperienced Romi found. Ree onion Euleil he i nomm provender no Lare what ii they Well known i both Rollini to Llie health and Ron la Littlon Ai. r for then mar Medicine int in 19. North elfin Lii it. I Hilad Clpola. It Tony 1stnldulnril of Luettis a a ene Ralty Ile i nixed Flauss. In Lea my Iet Voitle. N it. Any person a is Init to be or cures and re . Ran see Vliem Olmi Lime by calling at the Pron Eipl Iti Fri t o. Sale l y us it Ufi Craighead i or Andon a sent Indianapolis. Ii. T \ y r % i a m in a far a on him Piroa and Coo Irlo colitis. I not. Dipti cwt of butt suing a tin in Ali. Tut. Or Urt Aci spitting of blood Catari. Pal pita Linn of the heart Opit Misiun and sort ecu of the cd Ioctl. Ii cough. Pit nitty Lar stir Farrr. A Vight Sirrah taif Fiauu or pm fur and All other Offet to emf inc Cinti Laings and inner. I of Lone Skaar Rath and close a fatty resp Etin dams a of die a list. Hits Ine Leltie warranted petrel Vegol Tai the. 11 a Hie additional or Rottingen Dalh a of havoc then used for seven year try Chr in Hlor. Nod also by physician of cml ecu a a let. We haul n Sincle instance of failure in Rifen in on w., _ re to mediate Vinet Reinl result p am a to announce name of win. A. Exam he of in . Of certifica�., we have re Townsend a a Ca Murdale for Llie of face of recorder of Marion county Mph sri. amp Noel please announce Charles Stephens a candidate for theol acc of a rival in n a a Johnt Ion of it , follow in nor nub Fuu or it it. Terr Rio of it la of r a May Lee Taui Stifil m the slurp a Curt the Ccu ump ton a ally ooh or. Taj lord link air a of line found of and Vormes m Loifer a run nit of in it Nti iii it iii ill to if juror. Isau Cruh of. of a Vlf Lull count it a clip Cairn it iii Huid Mbamali ii ill i to trait. Being pred pot election in August. A f d lnrimninp4iimt Bolin freon Peru or formation and lured try we Are authorized to announce b. K. Smith a a Quot a Quot a a a a a. It Quot a cd ��7 a a a a Quot a a a a in a a a a a a a cd p Filifili a a a in ill . I i Quot Tino if a a a Candida e to r of Only auditor. Pm of in diet i i it la Rio reace Andas Ottier la ill a a ooh of 07 we arc a inh Umed to announce Thom a m. Trance the Ekler. Nin Nilay Chr ail v Treef ii e Hosl phys Toita. Wea ver. U a candidate for county auditor. Two year a my i a a turned to bit country. In about the Asme Rel troll. In. ,l0 r. A wlm a i pitl it. I Tad a Rota Chr Rray King Roona in a me by. Eltom pm ass. Announce the name of in. A tar or in r. Brows of Washiington township a a Candi. A in. It my a it a a i a Rrth i 1� ,, a it a a a Bius t Oso �0 Well i Rune Lud a i Emit j safety pass Ike w 1 a to r a no and did is i leave ded a Urr Semai Hurilla now and ties Dart of Luuis a. Bul am now to a c eel lie ally Asia f Oast we. My rough has bouy leased and my Lusas have every Festina of hex lib. A Sass . Vav. Loiel. Cost hand St. N. V it we Are authorized to announce Joseph a. It str Quot Rurh rent urn Date for Clun y auditor Ai in August election. Fieri Ion Lar ass Lorr of Ike Trsar. Pina oat Arday Tab to

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