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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - August 14, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana It Kokomo saturday Republican journal. Vol. 28. Kokomo ind. Saturday August 14, 1880. No. 44 second edition a. Aug. 14, 4 30 p. M. The. Obbon backers. It a or Onvy nation to Day they held a a full and Nomin county the Green hackers of county met at the court House this or the purpose of nomination in co in to ticket. The big 4 were on ban occupied front seals but tor some reason or other or. Willis was in nor 0 and not placed upon any Corn Milieu. Nothing was done at the morning session other than organizing. Honey Creek Jackson and Taylor townships were each represented by one person Clay and Harrison by two each and Howard and Monroe had no representation. When the Convent on was called to order there was Only thirty persons present. This number was increased however by new arrivals and when the time for adjournment arrived about fifty persons were in the room. Morning session. The convention was called to order Al 11 20 by m. E. Pleas when on the motion of Geo w. Brown Chilton Bull was made Secretary. On the motion of or. Sawyer the chair appointed the following commit Lee on resolutions Charlton Bull j b Carter Thomas Huston a n Long and Milu it a Barrett. On Papor Loment a a t Dyer Geo w Brown t v Gifford h p Aud Joseph Brown. On permanent organi Atlonie of t Flora w w Smith m m Trabue and David Hatfield. On motion of m m Trabue the several townships named the following committee on nominations Center h y Wooten. Clay. P h Robertson Ervin j m freed. Harrison m m Trabue. Honey Creek Ira b Bishop. Howard not represented. Jjackson d Hatfield. Liberty Dias. Zerbe. Monroe not represented. Tags Lor j. T. Dyar. Union Thomas Hawkins. And then on motion of or. Sawyer j for judge i say the convention adjourned until i p. In. For i have heard afternoon session. Suspicious census returns. That the rebel brigadier do not propose to relinquish the Power they now hold in the National Congress is evinced by the census returns pow being received by the department at Washington. The following article which we take from the Chicago Trad Une shows clearly that the returns from the Southern Stales have been a a stuffed in order that those states May be Able to hold their represent lion in Congress the Louisville courier journal boasts that the Southern Stales according to the new census show nearly double the rate of increase of the Northwestern states. It says a the fourteen Northern and Western states including Mineso a Nebraska Kansas Illinois and Michigan a from which census returns have been received show an aggregate increase _ j of 4,510,925, or an average gain of 123 92 per cent la we ill Surprise Many fit a letter to the Cincinnati learn that this increase of percent quiver under Date of the 9th inst. Jay age is nearly doubled in that portion Hawker in Diana correspondent of i of the South from which we have re a ,. The to Cair a tums. Seven Southern Stales a that paper has the following to say Kansas. Kentucky Louisiana. Missouri i Texas Virginia and Delaware have a total population of 9,169.331, an aggregate gain of 2,756,882, showing an f be the nomination of or. Isaac h. Ellis. For commissioner 3rd District the names of Milton Barrett of Union and John Woolen of Liberty were presented. The ballot resulted in the selection of or. Barrett. In the second District or. William a. Kellar was nominated by acclamation. The Coroner or. Sawyer was nominated by acclamation. Or. Sawyer declined to accept the nomination As he a d a the was the most unpopular Man in the county a a but the convention refused. H. Y. Wooten was nominated for Surveyor by acclamation. The Central committee was then authorized to fill All vacancies occurring on the ticket. And then the convention adjourned. Howard county. Jay Hawker a letter to the Cincinnati enquirer. That is to say. The enumerators views Are of a higher order of intelligence and a susceptible to the political influence which desires the congressional representation from the South to be kept at its highest they Are in fact unscrupulous democratic politicians forced upon president Hayes by the democratic Senate a the very men who have defrauded the South of its True representation in the past by stuffing the ballot boxes or surrounding the polls with shot guns. These Southern returns especially those from North Carolina Kentucky and v Virgina Are suspicious they should be examined. The aim of the Garfield on the stump. An Appeal to the Youngr men. Elu it Uene which stir like the sound of a True Juiet. Chicago Tribune. Gen. Garfield delivered a stump speech in Cleveland last of Tober. Every sentence struck with the Force of a trip Hammer. We sub join its closing Appeal to Young men. We do not know where to look for anything equally Effet Tive in touching pathos irresistible humor and stirring Elo ballot Box thieves and sluggers is now Quence about Howard county. He mixes matters somewhat As he refers to Hon. James a. Wildman As a resident of this county when the fact average increase of Neaily 43 per cent is it Cucui i Iii a w i or. To be More exact 42.99 a that or Wildman removed fro Jujj a Surprise Many Many to learn this. This City to Indianapolis in 1872, and in the Southern states excepting Texas speaking of the democracy refer to i and Arkansas mentioned by the a their judicial candidate for judge when it should be prosecuting attorney. The letter is As follows Howard county always gives a Republican majority of about a thousand and there Are no indications that it will be less this year with Jim Wildman Milt Garrigus the Philips boys and a county committee of Twenty four members All of whom Are first class men other Side the democracy present a Square front and first class candidates with the exception of the candidate with the exception some statements in regard to the democratic judicial can the convention was called to order a Didato w Nich if True will have a ten at 1 30 of clock. The committee on or-1 Dency to weaken him. A animation presented a report recommending that m. E. Pitas and Charlton Bull be continued As chairman and Secretary respectively. Which was adopted. The committee on apportionment presented their report apportioning the Vole of the convention As follows enter.8 Howard.2 Clay.2 Jackson.2 ervlu.7 Liberty.3 Harrison.3 monroe.2 Honey Creek.2 taylor.3 Union.5 which was adopted. The committee on resolutions by their chairman Charlton Bull presented their report. The preamble sets Forth that the existing political parties have not within themselves the Power of purification that the Republican party has Sluce the year 1869, favored the Money Power to the detriment of the Labouring classes. That the democratic party professed during the Campaign of 1872, �?T74. �?T76 and �?T78 to favor brass bands for Campaign purposes Are thick in this county. The bullfrogs in the marshes have abandoned their serenades for this season and Are now depending on Republican bands to furnish them with their evening entertainments. I shall leave before Sunset As the Republican bands six brass and two martial aided by nine glee clubs Are in practice every night. And the democrats not to be outdone Are organizing glee clubs and bands and will sing a John Brown a a rally round the Flag and All the other inspiring a Kwa he melodies upon which republicans have heretofore had a monopoly. Seems to me the democracy have on their War paint this year and Are going to demand full credit for their share in the overthrow of the rebellion. Already both parties have a a held meetings in almost every town the Leisi ution demanded by the Chin but i could not learn the name us Orang and Industrial clashes of the Ooun-1 nip. Oui i Cuoio hoi learn me Nam of a voter who had left either the Republican or democratic party. Have bin stagnant for a Quaker of a Century. They have offered no new inducements to settlers. Their lands Are to a great extent Barren or worn out. Their Staples Are Cotton and to Bacco which can Only be raised profitably in Large plantations and require considerable investments of capital. Their cities have not grown. Their Commerce has not expanded. Their mileage of railroads has increased very Little. The statistics of the government show no unusual contributions of internal Revenue from any of them nor any great demand for Public lands. There has been Little foreign immigration into any of them but a considerable native exodus out of some. In the face of these facts which indicate no special growth of population the census returns show an amazing increase in the population of the South a an increase unparalleled in its history the seven states referred to have made the following absolute gains in each period of ten years since 1840 at the rights of the North. Having subdued the simple negroes at Home they think they can cheat the White men of the North. They will find that this is not so simple a thing to do. If there has been any cheating it must be exposed and the returns corrected. The Northern people will not submit to the loss of their rights. 1840 to 1850 to. 1860 to 1870 to 1850. I860. 1870. 1880. Arkansas 112323 225553 i 69021 265529 Ken la sky 202577 162856 166326 413320 in it Finiana 165351 1802401 i 18913 193085 Missouri. 298342 499968 539283 478705 Texas. 191623 214384 831421 Virginia. 94088 100282 5533 374837 Delaware 13447 20684 12799 19985 Boring try but at the same time played a two i faced Kame. That for the Pant ave years said i it democratic party has Bai control of the lower House of Congress and have done nothing for the oppressed labor of the Laud and defying them to the proof. That for the past six years they have also had font it it a of the state government of Indiana Aud during that time have not had the courage to face the army of office holders in the state and putdown their salaries. That a party like the democratic party which talks one Way and works another is unlit to control thl great free land of ours therefore the Greenback labor party of Howard county resolve that the acts of the Republican party in the past and the perfidy of the democratic parly in the past and their indifferent promises for the future Merit our condemnation and both should be hurled from Power. That As our strength is drawn from judge Overman is just now getting the fire of the Tribune which accuses him of too much sympathy for unfortunate criminals several of whom he has release i on their recognizance. But it s dangerous for any one to Chip in to Aid the Tribune for the reason that they claim the exclusive right to abuse their own people without any outside interference. I tried this once in Kokomo and know How it is both papers t8sotol86ti 1860 01870. 1870 01880. 123,583 78,739 318,162 had abused some people and i reprint the twofold parties these charges Are made. A hat Thev it Jaid and then they both against their leaders and not the rank and Wanai Ine it Saio Ana inn they Doin file endorsing the National and state said i had lied and the truth was not Greenback platforms and inviting the co fail Irres Tiv i lations. That parties voting operation of All irrespective of former party flu ticket than the Greenback one Are in me. Any other placing another rivet in the shackles which bind them to the Moneyh it Ower with the Maxim attached a if a Man expects others lobe honest he must first be honest recon lying the 15 Greenback congressmen As True champions of labor and stating that one of these had been tried and found True my was now their candidate for president the crop Prospect Section is not the Best in the owing to the continued dry in this world weather. If the season is Good on it will nearly reach the average. The wheat and grass crops have been the return from Missouri in the period Between i860 and 1870 were swollen by the fraudulent addition of 70.000 to 80,000 names to the population of St. Louis. The growth of Texas and Delaware is probably legitimate. The gains in North Carolina which Are More remarkable than those in several states referred to by the c-/., have been As follows i840 o 1850 115,620 according to the reports. North Carolina has gained nearly As much in the Las ten years As in the previous thirty years. Yet it is one of the poorest in the Union. Its soil is Sandy and turpentine growing is its principal Industry. We direct special attention to the returns from Kentucky and Virginia. I Kentucky is reported As gaining More in the last ten years than in the prey i Ous Twenty five years and Virginia i More in the last ten years spite of the j loss of West Virginia than in the pre i Vious fifty years. The population of my a Gallant citizen of Texas for vice Preel a Good Seji scially the wheat which Dent. Such a ticket commends itself to every voter who favors a Desur Colon of sectional Pri Hudice and color line. That the action of tile late let Democrat la county convention in its Vonil Damion for county officers and in it endorsement of the shameful and degrading set of buying Komi nations not for themselves perhaps but for others As infamous my calculated to destroy the better Standard of honesty and patriotism to which we a a people Are entitled. Which were adopted. The convention then proceeded to nominate a ticket. For represent five the names of Charlton Bull j. T. Dyer s. C. Moore and Thomas Huston were presented. The first ballot resulted in no Choice being made. Rending a second ballot Moore moved that James t declared the nominee of the Conven Tion. Or. Trabue objected and mov to Lay the motion on the table which was agreed to. The second allot was then taken which resulted in the nomination of or. Dyer. Or. Dyer refused to accept the Nom gained in acreage Quantity per acre. What it lost in Jay Hawker. Irginia at the beginning of this Cen the Corn is quite Short but i a 8oi,6c. It was 1,225,163 in from this Lime the gain in seventy years was Only 423.555 e lost population Between 1830 and 1840. It had a state carved out of it in 1863. The new census reports pretend to show that it has lacked but 50,000 of gaining As much in the ten years Between 1870 and 1880 As in the seventy years Between i8 x and 1870. The gains of Virginia in each period of ten years May be tabulated separately thus i 1800 to Imo. 67,523 i 1810 to 1820. 59.217 1820 to 1830. 106,133 1830 to 1840. Dec. 19,221 a 1340 to 1850. 94,088 1850 to i860. 100,282 i 1860 to ls70. 5,533 prof. Barnes and Orton a lightning calculator. As the dispatch this week charges prof. Barnes with stealing his recent table of mensuration from Orton a lightning calculator i have taken the trouble to investigate the charge. There Are 9 rules Given by Barnes not to be found in any form in Orton a work 10 Given by Barnes exactly correspond to those Given by orlon 17 Given by Barnes for the same Pur net gain in seventy years. 423,555 net gain in ten years 1870 to 1880 37,h i7 Virginia was a w Orn out state fifty its soil has been exhaust Fig made Given by Barnes for the same Pur Irgida was a w Orn out state Holty or. S. A i poses Are made More exact than those j years ago. Its soil has been exhaust. Dyer be published by Orton. Or. Cd by the reckless cultivation of to ii Anniar he in Nail Bacco. Yet it is represented As gain give us another lie to Nail. A. Te.\cher. A Man giving his name As Charles represented As gaming in the last ten years More than Nebraska or Minnesota a both of them new states supporting agricultural communities and having quantities of an Appeal to Young men. Now fellow citizens a word before i leave you on the very eve of the holy Day of god a a fit moment to consecrate ourselves finally to the i great work of next tuesday morning. I i see in this great audience to night a i great Many Young men Young men i who Are about to cast their first vote. I want to give you a word of suggestion and advice. I heard a very Brilliant thing said by a boy the other Day up in one of our Northwestern counties. He said to me a general i have a great mind to vote the democratic that was not the Brilliant thing. Laughter i said to him �?owhy.?�?� a Why a said he a my father is a Republican and my Brothers Are republicans and i am a Republican All Over but i want to be an Independent Man and i Don t want anybody to say a that fellow votes the Republican ticket just because his dad does a and i have half a mind to vote the democratic ticket just to prove my i did not like the thing the boy suggested but i did Admire the spirit of the boy that wanted to have some in Dep it Indence of his own. Now i Tell you Young Man done to vote the Republican ticket lust because your lather votes it. Done to vote the democratic ticket even if he does vote it. Laughter but let me give you this one word of advice As you Are about to pitch your tent in one of the great political Camps. Your life is full and buoyant with Hope now and i beg you when you pitch your tent pitch it among the living and not among the dead. Applause if you Are at All inclined to pitch it among the democratic people and with that party let me go with you for a moment while we Survey the ground where i Hope you will not shortly lie. Laughter it is a sad place Young Man for you to put your Young life into. It is to me far More like a graveyard than like a Camp for the living. Look at it it is billowed All Over with the Graves of dead issues of buried opinions of exploded theories of disgraced doctrines. You cannot live in Comfort in such a place. Laughter Why look Here Here is a Little double Mound. I look Down on it and i read a sacred to the memory of squatter sovereignty and the dred Scott a million and a half of democrats voted for that but it has been dead fifteen years died by the hand of Abraham Lincoln and Here it lies. Applause Young Man that is not the place for you. But look a Little farther. Here is another Monument a Black Tomb and beside it As our distinguished Friend said there towers to the sky a Monument of four million pairs of human few aers taken from the arms of slaves and i read on its Little Headstone this a sacred to the memory of human for Lorty years of its infamous life the democratic party taught that it was divine gods institution. They defended it they stood around it they followed it to its grave As a Mourner. But Here it lies dead by the Han j of Abraham Lincoln. Applause dead by the Power of the Republican party applause dead by the Justice of almighty god. Great applause and cheers done to Camp there Young Man. Bul Here is another a Little Brimstone Tomb laughter a and i read across its yellow face in lurid bloody lines these words a sacred to the memory of state sovereignty and secession twelve millions of democrats mustered around it in arms to keep it alive but Here it lies shot to death by the million guns of the Republic. Applause Here it lies its shrine Burnt to ashes under the blazing rafters of the burning confederacy. Applause it is dead j i would not have you stay in there a minute even in this Balmy night air to look at such a place. Laughter but just before i leave it i discover a new made grave a Little Mound Short. The grass has hardly sprouted Over it and All around it i see torn pieces of paper with the word a a Fiat on them laughter and i look Down in curiosity wondering what the Little grave is and i read on it a sacred to the memory of the rag Hancock reduced the democratic baby laughter nursed in the brain of majority during the War every time he i All the fanaticism of the world laugh the common Council. The Council met in regular session on last monday evening with All the members present except Jackson mayor Darnall in the chair. Or. Armstrong from the judiciary committee reported Back the claim of marshal Kennedy amounting to $60.30, recommending that the same be allowed. Which was concurred in. Or. Cole from a select committee to Purchase Stone and gravel for the City reported that they had contracted with we. B. Smith for All the gravel needed by the City at 35 cents per Yard. Which was concurred in. Or. Voiles from the special committee to investigate the claim of f. M. Gideon amounting to $40, for Reading proof and indexing the revised ordinances reported the same Back and recommended that it be allowed. Which was concurred in. Mayor Darnall announced the following changes in the standing committees finance Armstrong Jackson and Gordon. Claims Kern Gordon and Ellis. Streets and alleys voiles Kern and Hunt. Education Ellis Jackson and voiles. Or. Cole moved effectively that the recommendations be concurred in except in the Case of voiles who did not want to be on the Street and Alley committee. The City treasurer presented his report Lor the month of july which is As follows receipts from balance june 30.fl3 633 45 a a mayor docket. A sex mayor Richmond. A a liquor a License. A a dog checks. A a auctioneers License. A a billiard License. A a pedlar License. A a Buss and Dray License. A a Dellaq Neil taxes. Redemption of real estate 106 65 i 28 3 50 of 44 of 15 of to of 3 of 20 of 116 61 67 52 total.167 51 di8bursementh. Redemption of coupons.9 i a a a a City orders i balance on hand july 31st la 190 of 492 99 484 52 total.�4 167 51 this balance belongs to the following funds sinking f�?Tund.98 642 33 interest. 2 087 29 general. 854 90 which was referred to the finance committee. An ordinance providing for the construction of a Side walk in front of lots nos. 70 and 72, in the original plat of the City was read a first time and under a suspension of the rules a second time. An ordinance providing for the construction of a Side walk in front of lot no. 49, in Kennedy a 3d addition was read a third time and passed. Or. Cole offered a Resolution instructing the Street commissioner to clean up the streets every monday morning and remove the Hay litter Etc. Vav hich was adopted. Voiles alone voting in the negative. The City attorney presented a communication stating that he had appointed a. C. Bennett As his Deputy and asking that he be confirmed. Which on the motion of Cole was Laid on the table. The following claims were allowed Armstrong. Pickett a co., rent.985 of j. Thompson cleaning station House. J. Hosier cutting Canada thistles. Dispatch printing. Allen Porter special police. Robert Griffin a a. J. W. Robinson a a a. C. F. Stokes a a a a. J. Thompson cleaning station House. C. L. Elliott special police. I., Gwinn hauling gravel. Geo. Moore a a a a. Geo. Hope a a a a. John Sui a Van work on Street. P. S. While hauling gravel. R. L. Lingo work on streets. We. H. Winburn work on streets. M. Murder civil Engineer. 15 and then the Council adjourned. 3 50 6 of 25 75 2 of 2 of 2 of 2 of 3 50 15 of 5 50 8 25 13 75 2 50 8 25 1 of 2 75 of a thousand soldiers the noblest band that Ever trod the Earth died to make i this Camp a Camp of glory and of i Liberty forever. I tremendous applause but Mere Are no dead issues out our Banner from under the i Blue sky this night until it shall sweep jibe Green turf under your Lect it hangs Over our Camp. Read away up under the stars the inscription we have written on it to these Twenty five years. Twenty five years ago the Republican party was married to Liberty and this is our Silver wedding fellow Citi Zens great applause a worthily married pair love each other belter on the Day of their Silver wedding than on the Day of their first Espousal and we Are truer to Liberty to Day and dearer to god than we were when we spoke our first word of Liberty. Read away up under the sky across our starry Banner that first word we uttered Twenty five years ago what is it.? a slavery shall not extend Over another foot of the territories of the great is that dead or alive ? alive thank More applause j and truer to night than it was the hour it was written applause then it was a Hope a Promise a purpose. To night Iris equal with the stars immortal Phimory and immortal truth. Applause come Down the glorious Steps of our Banner. Every great record we have made we have vindicated with our blood and our truth. It sweeps the ground and it touches the stars. Come there Young Man and put in your Young life where All is living and where nothing is dead but the heroes who defended it applause i think these Young men will do that. A of course they will a gentlemen we Are closing this memorable Campaign. We have got our enemies on the run everywhere. And All you need to do in this Noble City this capital of the Western Reserve. Is to follow them up and finish it by snowing the rebellion under once More. We stand on an isthmus. This year and the next is the narrow isthmus Between us and perpetual Vid Lory. If you can win now and win in 1880, then the very stars in their courses will fight for us. Applause the census will do the work and will give of thirty More freemen of the North in our Congress that will make up for the rebellion of the South. Great applause Weare posted Here As the greeks were posted at thermopylae to meet this one great barbarian serves of the isthmus. Stand in your places men of Ohio fight this Battle win this Victory and then one More puts you in safely forever amusement notes. Jnai Ion but the convention would not making his Purchase he walked upbeat to it and he was declared their stairs to the clothing department and. Brown visited the dry goods House of Davis amp sons on yesterday evening. Unoccupied and very Fertile farming and purchased a pair of shoes after a lands. Nominee. For treasurer the names of John of Center and Joseph a freed of Ervin were presented. Or. Carter a bed and or. Freed was nominal by acclamation. For sheriff the names of Peter h. Robmson. Of Clay w. W. Smith of Stephen p. Lee of Harrison Nal a h. Ellis of Center was pre cried. The first ballot resulted in while the clerk was waiting upon another customer quietly Laid aside the old coat which he had on and substituted a new one from the counter and we As walking Down the stairway when he was collared by messes. Wykes and Leeds two employees in the store and informed that he must Ante for the coat or go to jail. The fellow pleaded so hard that he was allowed to depart. The courier Jour Fiat lets out part of the secret of the alleged marvelous growth of the South when it says a there were probably Many mistakes committed in the enumeration of 1870 in the South As the enumerators there then were generally of a lower order of intelligence than those now employed and they were susceptible to the political influence which desired the congressional representation from that Section to be kept at its lowest figure ordered a a four eloquent adv Kaies also run Short of wind by falling from a scaffold. As they would have voted in districts now solid for the general they will perhaps not be missed but they Are suggestive of the Gold that wonderful a change in a Fellows Power he that politics inter Ocean. Convention of session one the democratic state Georgia after being in session one week adjourned on tuesday last without making any nomination for governor. Thirty two ballots were taken during the convention but no one received the necessary two thirds required to nominate. Ter rocked by Thomas h. Pendleton Samuel Cary and a few others throughout the but it died on the is of january 1879, and the one Hundred and forty millions of god made and not Fiat upon its Little carcass to keep it Down forever. Prolonged applause of Young Man come out of that laughter that is no place in which to put your Young Hie. Come out and come Over into this Camp of Liberty of order of Law of Justice of Freedom a a Amend of All that is glorious under these night stars. Is there any death Here in our Camp yes yes three Hundred and fifty Kelly the base ballast is Talmage a Advance agent. Emma Abbott is spending the summer at Block Island. Rose Wood and Lewis Morrison propose to form a travelling Combina next season. The a gilded age fell so Flat in England that Raymond will return Home in a Lew weeks. Texas Jack is said to have died poor leaving his widow mor Lathi the Danseuse nearly penniless. The new York Mirror is the Best amusement instructor now published and should find place in every household in our City. The Agnes Wallace Villa combination is now a part of Buffalo Bill a new combination and will lose their identity by such change. Mrs. Emily Thornton Charles has just completed a drama entitled a the Waif a which will be to the Public in a Boston theatre. A Denver col., Tattler writes a one of our local managers after words with a demonstrative Man the other Day made a motion suggestive of drawing a pistol. Thereupon his opponent passed Over a revolver saying ill you Haven tone use while Reed and Buckley were lately playing a Box and Cox in Chicago a hamper loaded with Kitchen vegetables was handed to them Over the footlights and the pair came Forward and in voices husky with emotion thanked the donors of the gift for their thoughtfulness in presence of such slim business. Besides his a Galley slave combination Bartley Campbell will have companies on the Road next season playing his new pieces a a Matrimony and a the daughters of he has sold the right to play a Galley slave a a a Fairfax and a my partner a each one month in Australia to Hiscock Hay Man amp co., for $1,500. Speaking of faster a la or. Tanner a new York contemporary says a Joseph Jefferson the comedian has beaten or. Tanner at the Little game of fasting. Or. Jefferson has played a rip Van Winkle nearly 2,000 times and As every night he plays it he lasts in the Catskill mountains for Twenty years he has gone hungry no less than 40,000 years in John h. Simpson who was Here last season As the manager and treasurer of the Minnie Wallace combination has been left penniless by the explosion of the company and it is alleged that Dobson Minnie a husband is some $5,000 better off than before Simpson and his Money parted company and Dobson would t even lend Bim enough Money to pay his Way to Crawfordsville Bis former Home

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