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Racine Democrat, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1858, Racine, Wisconsin Aerial of new York March 31. The St Oitim slip Persia r capt. Judkis sailed Tiroui Liverpool about half past 11 o Luck on the morning of the 20th March arrived a cow at Shrek o clock this morning Bringm 54 passengers. The Arago at Southampton on the Isth. News unimportant. _ nothing of moment had transpired in parliament the India loan Bitt had finally passed it is positively affirmed that persian ins tendered his resignation of the French embassy at London. It is not known whether it is accepted or not. The officers of the Trench Navy were be Ine put or. A War footing. In the Spanish Congress is purity explained the position of the mexican ques icon and said that it could resettled with out resort to arms. He confirmed the fact of Laura gris in mexican envoy having been dismissed. The King of Naples had liberated wat one of the English pioneers in the Cagliari affair. T. Daring Hurricane at Madeira the u. S. Frigate Cumberland suffered great dam age she lost two men and was for a time in imminent peril. London saturday March 20. The times City article says no material variation in they have been rather firmer and All the circumstances have been in favor of a steady Advance in All descriptions of a result which z. C. April Job printing not id a by w Tut of the Kocur thou Kuliu to will to printing Ruller binding order Clolk Upo any other mint in Marten cd. Our in not the. Out our Muli Roll i Law re Send Long work if Yod n the co of Antiquity. How we ers. City democratic ticket. At the time of going to press the nominations have not been made consequently cannot present the ticket to our read All that we can is we Hope the convention will nominate a Good which will undoubtedly be the Case. If there Ever was a time when a change was needed that time is now. It is not necessary to present the reasons Why a change in the administration of our City affairs in loudly called for. They Are too Well understood by the voters. Every Effort is being made by the opposition to Divide the democratic vote. They know that their Case is hopeless if democrats Are United and give their undivided support to the tickets to be nominated. We caution democrats not to be de Civ u1 a i i would certainly be bit for in de by their the Only Hope the enemy have of Success is by disaffection Arnolg democrats. Stand a clean ticket Aud you Are sure of Success. H. Lahb the they of National Democrat say s Mich longer the conservative letters of Kansas to be annoyed their property endangered by the efforts of this Dema Gogue to create a disturbance we were pleased to learn that his recent efforts to incite the people on the North Side of the raw River to acts of violence proved failure. He has now the South Ern portion of the territory Ultra pro slavery and anti slavery agitators have been endeavouring to create difficulty. We learn that the lives of quiet and Uno fending citizens in Bourbon county have been threatened by a gang of Lawless men who Are headed by a fugitive from Justice who formerly infested the place. We Are informed that a warrant has been issued for his arrest and in the hands of the proper officer and we Trust that we May at the democratic caucus held at the House of or. Town of Bencine on the 27th Day of March a. D., 1858, at 2 pursuant to no Tice made for town officers Thomas chairman of Board of supervisors James Nield and Thomas Parker Side supervisors. Superintendent of schools Gurdon Secor. Town Titus. Baker. Walker cation to your to we. Those mrk Kilbourn will recollect of the to secure the rant was the election of John f. Potter to Congress. The following preamble and Resolution introduced by senator Cook in to the Senate relates to that matter and very properly proposes an investigation Milwaukee news Ali areas by a lengthy Well written article from a correspondent writing from this the Well conducted Republican newspaper published at , in this state it appears that the author of , at some time or other has. I Washington March 29. Senam memorials and private tills of nature Minnesota will few.0 William Matthias hear of his arrest and punishment. Lie has for a Long time been desirous of obtaining a kind of military dictatorship in this territory. He succeeded in getting militia Bill passed which is not Only in opposition to the organic act but is an out rage on the people. Should he attempt to exercise any authority under that Bill be will find himself in trouble. There Are too i Many men in this territory interested m property to endure much Longe the doings of this Man. The latter for Short term. Matthew Luv a William place and Nicholas Caulin. Sealer of weights and Moses Babb. J. M. Titus d. B. Rork and Luther accor were appointed town committee. Of motion the meeting adjourned. James p. Green cd n. George q. Regard to , sought to be in by the joint select committee of which Hon. A Wortlie Intoc is chairman which warrant him said correspondent regard to said matters among other ladies May High heeled Hom Joliett Wotan that Hare for a year in our last monday. She was fear Jilly and wonder fully made. Could t that it be the Buffalo commercial conies to the Rescue of the High heeled shoes worn by the ladies in the following Gallant creased distrust of too course of the 1 Rench government. About m australian Gold was taken it the Back the i avg of Naples had ordered the trial of Parker the Engineer to proceed immediately that he As Well As Watt May be set Liberty the Bombay mail arrived and was Dea patched immediately. Baron arrived to Day. He russian ambassador the news brought by the Valetta is from Canton to the 2sth january. Tie e i Pyror has made no reply to the insane we have no doubt men will be thrust Forward by our opponents to defeat our ticket if possible. It is Well enough known to what Depths of trickery and corruption they can go in political matters to carry their talk about trickery and if the Republican party have an equal in the Allied plenipotentiaries. Trickery and it remains to the forces will therefore ascend the River with a flotilla of gun boats 400 French and 1000 English marines were garrisoned at Canton. The Rich people and Lead ing merchants were returning to this City. The English were erecting Strong works on the Island of Ter in. A further deficiency in the shipment of teas is reported. Jehy Friday the funds slightly improved to Day three per cents closed at Madrid have been issued recommending the people to follow the example of the insurgents at the be found. The history of the past two years in this state and particularly this City shows who it is that is guilty of trickery and there has been a constant cry of extravagance High taxes and squandering of Public Money for selfish and individual purposes in the administration of affairs in this City. As these Are acknowledged facts it is right and proper to inquire what party has been in Power during this time. That the re publicans of this City and state have Hac Lolow inc Clamp in i me v j Chalons. But they were treated by the the Law making Power in their own people with indifference. Great Brj Tais. In the House of commons on the 17th, notice was Given of a Bill to limit the duration of parliament to three years. Lord John Russell s oath Bill was considered in committee. The various clauses were agreed to and the report was ordered to be brought up on the22d. T on the Isth in the House of lords the Case of Cagliari was debated but with out bringing to sight anything not already known. La the House of commons the state of in India claimed attention. Accounts of cruelty to the sepoy were received. Or. israeli in answer to a question from or. Crawford repeated the insinuation that lord Malmesbury s dispatch to count Walewski had been submitted to the French government for approval be fore officially communicated. After some debate leave was Given to As indispensable Aid to Success. It As we May the truth must stare is in the face whichever Way we look hat those business houses which advertise he most do the largest business. It is he Only method by which to buildup a Sage and speedily established business. That this is True we have but to look at the numerous examples where immense fortunes Havo been accumulated and that principally by an extensive and judicious system of advertising. For instance every one knows of that new York newspaper r publisher who for the past three or _ Ann a1 bring in a Bill to disfranchised Tho electors of Galway on the ground of bribery. On Friday the 10th, in the House of commons Gen. Piole said it was in contemplation to give a medal for the capture of Delhi. A Large meeting was held in Drury Lane theatre to adopt measures to Honor the memory of Gen. Havelock. Rasoul tiros to raise subscriptions for the erection of a Monument wore adopted with on thus no one will deny. And Havins had this Power Are they not responsible for the consequences of their own legislation this no candid Man will deny. This be ing the Case it seems to us like adding to suit to injury for the republicans to be themselves up As models of honesty piety and beseech the people to continue hem in Power. But they have to use this argument or none. They Carnot ring a the poor african this time. That am is up with them after their vote upon he suffrage question last fall. The notoriously reckless manner in which the affairs of the City have been conducted for two years past needs no elucidation. The people Are Well acquainted with the facts. They know ic7io perpetrated these outrages and wrongs. They arc not to be deceived by a Wolf in sheep s clothing. They Bovo had enough of the Wool Busi had it drawn Over their eyes once or twice too often. About the coolest act we can think of is for a Man to do you an injury and then came up to you bowing scraping and Smi Ling and say mister i know i have wronged you i Ain t sorry for it How could he be when he Wade Money and improved his private property in the opera four years has spent from to 000 a year in advertising his paper and by so doing be has rolled up his subscription list to Over we All know too of a person annually disbursing 000 for advertising his pills of another pending for recommending his Oil to improve the growth of hair of an other paying for of the Santive effects of cod liver Oil of yet another paying a like amount to induce the Public to patronize his tailoring Stab All of these men have accumulated Fortune s thereby. People do read advertisements and the the inducements made in them. A writer to the medical and surgical journal has been trying to write Down the High heeled boots at present in Vogue with the indies and advocates their Abro gation on the ground that they destroy the and weaken the Muscles of the this is All absurd High heeled boots have been worn by men Ever since they stopped going Barefoot while for some generations until quite recently women been going slip shod and arc the muscular developments of the men less than those of the other sex Quick Sale. However a contemporary says we think with considerable Force and truth that Ballet dancers always do Best in High heeled guitars and where can be found plumper limbs and Moro poetic in figures than among them besides the High Heel keeps the foot out of the wet and thus prevents colds or what mrs. Parting ton might term guitars in the head. It fighting High heels our medical and Surgi Cal Friend is going it the Heel is not Only Proui Otic of health but it adds to the appearance of the wearer. In Flat foot there is no More Beauty than id _ _ _ _ things in making the following statement to wit i. not believe that those Bonds had any influence upon his Bash Ford s official conduct in relation to the Bill giving these lands to the company i have reason to believe that he meaning Coles Bashford late governor signed tha Bill unwillingly and As a measure of Polit ical expediency at the Earnest solicitation of political friends. I have be Lieve that tha signing of that Bill at that time was necessary to the judge Potter to Congress and the defeat of the corrupt therefore resolved by Tho Senate the Assembly occurring that the said joint committee ire specially required hereafter first to a quire into said correspondent s state ments in relation to the said governors a of. The act referred to by said Cor was resumed the question being on a motion to Amend the-2d Section regulating the numbers of representatives. After considerable debate masons amendment of Douglas amendment that Minnesota have one representative was 41, yeas 8. Or. Wilson s amendment was then put that a census be forthwith taken and an additional represent it ire be the basis of the census returns was earned. Yeas 22, nays 21. The following Are the Brown Cameron Chan Collamer Crittenden Dixon Doolit tie Fessenden Foster Hale Harlan Houston King Pugh Simmons Wade and Wilson. Adjourned. Hill was satisfied with the legality of the Lecompton Constitution its framers having discharge their duty with signal ability. As a Southern Man he said he never expected that Kansas would be a Ila re state. Repeal of the Missouri Corn Promisee As unwise and calculated to pro Duce serious strife. From Oshkosh and was considered comparatively say advocate. R the Irish shopkeeper who was lately cheated by an old woman stealing a Jar of whiskey and leaving a Jar of water in its described her a speaking a strange dialect Irish nor Munster said he had reason to complain of a jockey at Newgate asked a Yankee if they had any such Swift horses in Ameri Ca. Swift Jonathan Why i guess we have. I be seen a horse at Baltimore on a sunny Day Start so sins his own Shadow and beat it a Quarter of a at the first heat. New York March 30. The Washington the daily times says there was a caucus last night of Twenty two anti la Conpton democrats who resolved to stand firm by Crit Tonden s amendments. Col. Ben too is still quite sick and con fined to his bed. Stronger the greater the influence they have. Audne thing is certain that Man who never advertises but keeps ignominiously within is Shell will Only eke out a scanty sub Stence and proves that he has no More Enterprise in him than a stuffed Alligator. Wisconsin. Iason. It rumoured that the tended to increase the Camp at Stonecliffe Kent to ten thousand men. The reports of a conference of italian delegates purporting to have been held in London turns out to be a hoax. The Paris correspondent of the Globe is informed that great efforts were made to intercept the emperor s perusal of a rain Ltd Anu Tymous otters informing him that. His speedy doom would follow that of Orsini on the 17th. The emperor and Empress visited the opera for the first time since the attempted assassination. The streets were crowded precautions were taken to preserve or Der. A Chain of sentinels were stationed on both sides of the Street and in the mid dle and was patrolled now nod then to keep it Clear. No group of persons was allowed to remain opposite the Entrance to the opera House i but i just want one More Chaco in government in to it know that do v _. T of Rani will v 1 1 now this is precisely the same Cense with the Republican officials in Thi City. They acknowledge the because they cannot help it it is too Plain to be seen but they just want one More lick at you in order to show you tha they will do it again. Now we give the Cople fair warning this is the same Oli cat under the pile of meal and if you a not careful Fust thing you know the old cat will have Yon. He coloured folks Are sharing in the general Blessing. A correspondent of a Boston paper writing from new Bedford of the revival in that place says the Ai Ricau churches arc thronged Al Moit every evening in the week and that unusual religious feeling had been awakened in the several congregations their meetings Are found to be somewhat Pohnl car in the Iii gig in , in the remarks. Such m these often resound through the excited Assem Blies god v truth glory. I know god will hear Dat prayer cause he he do Blessing is co inc i it of i feel feels Good hell clutches us but it could t hold us. Pray afro Dora Pray in All Jou know la Dewar White folks think coloured Folk Don t know no bin lord the giggling make dem v among the Hyms which t following chorus Devil and it Don t latest counterfeits beware o s on the lumbermen s Bank Conter Lle wis. This is a photographic Imit Ion purplish and poorly done. 10 s on Tho. Brown county Bank do Ere altered figures male and Emale picking bops. Look out for bogus 5 s on the state Bank of Illinois at Shawneetown. figure 5 with naked boy and Cornucopia on each sides female Ham Mer etc., on left upper Corner of a female on right end. Also 5 s on the Bank of Asp Irville altered. Vig. Three females of Washington on lower right Corner goddess of Liberty on left hand. There is in a snarl of right angles. Our surgical brother should circulate More largely and instead of arguing nonsense should keep posted. player the Washington of the Philadelphia says i said the other Day that Tho prevail in excitement had Sofye Freach de Caruol Hill. At this time it appears to have done so for it is announced that at the request of a senator a suitable place is to be selected near the Capitol where members of Congress and others May at tend daily prayer meetings during the hour preceding the opening of the two houses. That deep interest is being awakened in this City Sveics certain and i can Only Hope that those interested in the movement will not follow the example of their Northern Brethren in one respect Viz in using the of their More prominent converts and pro. Respondent in his said being the act making disposition of a. Very arge amount of land under it. And if on Quiry they find the said opinion of said correspondent to be. Founded on fact that said committee immediately on such find ing do so report to the legislature and thereafter All further investigation in re lation to the disposition of said land Grant cease As the Only object sought to be obtained by the Earnest solicitations of. Political friends of the late executive in the passage and approval of the Mak the Grant was a measure of political expediency has unfortunately been secured. And that therefore All other inquiry in re Gard to the disposition of said Grant sink into such utter insignificance As Render further employment of the people s time and Money such a profligate waste of both As not to authorize the Lugi Slatic further to Sanction either. To or. Wade of Ohio contented that the present agitation grew out of the conflict Between free and slave labor. The. Party to was opposed was seeking to extend the matter in the most odious form. When the two. Shall be ree Ancelet the political Millen Umill have arrived he charged upon the democracy the Delibe rate purpose to cheat Freedom out of its rights in Kansas. Or. Ready of tenn., argued in favor of the Lecompton Constitution and Justi fied the repeal of the Missouri comprise. Or. Gooch of argued that the Lecompton Constitution was not in fact the people of Kansas and has not the author Ity of Law is polluted by. Fraud and violence it could not be amended for eight years without a Resolution. To follow the pres Dent s recommendation in this particular would inevitably result in civil War in Kausas Aud this precedent will produce similar consequences in other territories. Hartford March 29. A Large administration meeting held in the Union Ball this evening. Misri. Hubbard Harum Crosly an d this City addressed the Assembly. The meet ing was the largest and most enthusiastic that has been held Hera during the Campaign. City to tax Popli or Luuri i in Dell to lift a period in order to Mac our City from to log look cd Rutth mud Jylli of Avert Mlinck Finuf Tarafa. To Feldl Dalci of of Pilj try arc for Tho cum of by Jet bit dared dolls for the now to i do Bird Laii Reform should to Hift order of the Jav t hereby offer myself h Tad to full itt Dulei find i Hal they f Washington april 1. Stephens would not now discuss the Bill having heard that a substitute was to be submitted he gave Way to or. Montgomery of Pennsylvania who offered the frit Tonden substitute As amen ded by the anti Lecompton democracy con Ference proposing to admit Kansas the Union nud Rotor the Loco Upton Constitution to a vote of the people in the event of its rejection by them a Conven Tion to be called to form a new Constitution. allows one member of the House of representatives until the Neit Federal census. Or. had to remarks to make. The substitute was its Best interpreter. He had furnished copies to some members and was ready to Supply the press names Coimo Pollato Art Aii oblation. On the annual award of premiums of the cosmopolitan Art association on thursday the 25th, the greek slave was awarded to miss. A. E. Coleman of Cincinnati. The Large number of paintings were Well distributed throughout the states. Good. We wore in constant fear that it would be awarded to us. We would not 6wn a slave no sir would t be guilty of such a thing think we would do As the abolitionist did who had slave bequeathed to him of specie the presidents of the different Banks i Tho City of Augusta Georgia have had meeting and agreed to resume specie pay first of june provided the. Banks of Savannah and South Carolina will resume at the same time. Executive Council of Massachusetts has rejected the nomination by governor Banks of Marcus Morton jr., for judge of the Superior court of Boston by a vote of five to four there docs not teem to be entire Harmony in the Gover nor s family. We have received the 5rst number of the North Iowa. Gazette published at Peck of this. It is neat looking Sheet edited democratic in politics. Eili Oion and the attend Nob Cincinnati Art troubled i pockets who daily reap Harvest from the pockets of Sale or notice in the Buffalo papers the advertisements of Sil of the vessels of the Lake navigation com Pany. The bile is to take place in Buffal on tuesday april i3th. The number o Vesseli to be sold ii of which five Are St eau tugs three barks seven brigs and fifty one the Raj tonnage of. The whole is with capacity for carry ing Bush of Grain arms of Sale Are one fourth eight equal pay menu extending through two a Stock Alexander of Woodford ky., i onside red the most extensive Mer united1 do not Init in Stock a Kentucky correspondent . Alexan de Twenty two these and the other a Worth fifty thousand of dollars the Truin Stock Costi Teod the bund doll Rustand the flooded cattle Are Hundred fifty to Hows dollars or. Crittenden i Bill. It is probable Thatter. Crittenden s Bill or the admission of Kansas will be moved As a substitute for the Senate Bill As soon s the latter reaches the House the be i rarities of the Crittenden Bill Are these it provides that the state shall be admitted upon certain conditions precedent amply 1 the Constitution Lecompton shall a submitted to a full fair and deliberate Oto of the whole people. 2. That Board of commissioners com posed of the governor and Secretary of the territory the speaker of the House and he president of the Council shall order he election at which the Constitution is Nimit cd appoint the Day on which it Hall be hold Divide the territory into elec Ion districts direct the manner of voting and count and make returns of the ballots 3. If the majority of the votes be for the president shall is sue his proclamation and. Kansas at once shall assume the duties and Crspo Sibili ies of a Sovereign state removal of the Bill is now pending in the Leisl Turc Consin providing for the removal of the state capital to fort Winnebago to a vote of the people at the coming fall and there was a rousing meeting at Portage City got up to show that the people of that town have objection to the removal. They set Forth numerous reasons Why there should be a removal and instructed their representatives in both branches of or. Quitman of miss., offered a substitute which is Tho same is the. Senate Bill with the omission of the declaratory clause that the people shall have the right at All times to alter or Amend the Constitution in such manner As the cons tuition in such manner As they think proper. Or. Humphrey Marshall wished _ to Amend the original Senate striking out the same clause which which was pro posed to. Be omitted . Quitman s substitute. Refused to yield the floor for that demanded the pre Vious question. Marshall wanted or. Stephen s refusal to be borne in mind and entered on the record. on the adoption of s substitute which yeas 72, nays 160. Substitute was then 120, nays 112, the announce to Cut of the result was greeted with applause from the gentlemen s gallery. Madison March 31. Senate 9 a. When Tho Senate adjourn on sat urday april 10th, it be to meet on Mon Day april 12th, at.75 p. M. Adopted. To rescind the resolutions directing the commissioners of to a. Portion the income of swamp land fund. Passed. Bills Amend to incorporate the Mutual insurance. Co. Of the state of Wisconsin. To Ripca 1.306 of the code. When the hour of 12. M. Arrived or. Giles president pro. Tern., Senate saturday april 10th, at to . Or. Taylor of la., made a speech to show the superiority of capital Over labor contending that the South., was the Only portion of the which White labor ers receive due Honor. Or. O Neil of n. Y., argued Kansas Nebraska Bill was never designed to recognize popular sovereignty. It was Mera machinery in the hands of corrupt men to control the affairs of the territory irrespective of the will of the people. He maintained the right of Congress to gov san the territories. Bennett of new York and Wilson of ind., severally opposed the Lecompton movement. Adjourned. St. Louis March 29. Of the 26th-iilst., says the constitutional Conven Tion adjourned from Minneola and met at Leavenworth on the--26th. Changes of corruption were prevalent. Lane resigned the presidency of the convention. The people Are satisfied with this demonstration of free state feeling and prefer a president not identified with the extremists. It is supposed the session of the convention will be Short and that the Topeka Constitution will be adopted with sonic modifications. Lane pledged himself to resign before he could be elected president of the convention. The extremists arc becoming More moderate in their views. Six Mountain men from Camp Scott have arrived. They left the Camp on the 26th of january on foot with pack mules. They encountered several severe Snow Stormi. They think the mormons could easily overcome Johnston s command if they wished. Be we attended to for the Lum of lit a myndred toll frs that to to for Tho Dutkoi to perform. E. W. Jones. Patients cured annually by Uff of Helmbold p genuine Prepon Tiona i rect of Poi Tiro wid for do Lul Tinoi. Read the in Auto bar Olumn Law cd ii Libold new advertisements. New store new goods. Joseph Kohn merchant tailor wholes a la in clothing and tar he removed urge of clothing cloth Chi Simeri to so. 122 Street .3 4jon of Dick Ion l dry Good store. Lucina april 3d, 18i3. 30s a Choice lot of drink apples . Dried peaches . Flak discs. Ciiee31? in turn b. My Iron of. J. To Rickiram Al Jao Mirin who wants c Good go Dan Oro kurd or Floral show t John , practical Gardener inform or Jucina Vicinity thai be ii to make pc Rico find 1-t out ple Micire ground. Draft Bud and turn in All of full Sli Rummy. Ordra la promptly attn did to . the or lion Tho House of t. Of or. . Ricono. 20. Isis. Washington March 30. Anti Lecompton. Democrats met at late hour last to hear of the caucus committee , on their part who had just been in consultation with the Lucom pronites. The reported that Noth ing could be. Done no propositions were made of any kind which could be accepted. The anti Lecompton Constitution men were authorized to. Propose the Crit Tenden amendment a Little As a proposition but it was no accepted. Their other propositions shared a like Fate. There is Good feeling and perfect Unity among the inti Lucom pronites they think or. English has been wronged by the imputations of newspapers. On Faith was tendered the Olive Branch to other that he will stand by the Crittenden amendment. I the legislature to use their Best efforts to the passage of the d Bill now1 before the legislature for the removal of the up important to capt. Fitz Gerald with the tug Mcqueen yesterday took soundings at the Nouth of the Harbor and reports is nearly the same As last with of water but vessels can have 14 feet by steering the foot of Madison Street a they come in until they have Tho tall Chim. Ney at Cle averville1 Over their then h is Dirig for tie Ili Glit to oust on the. North there is tin feet of water Iff the gmw9 week a re Yucai f t. Boy who to fire gun. In is haste 1 he draw out Tjie in through a the flies log severe wounds paralysis of the it " Washington March 30. The City Council passed a Resolution declaring . The City of Washington friable to Der under existing circumstances and appointed a committee to Appeal to Congress for the establishment of a permanent police to be under of Secre tary of the in also a Resolution for i temporary police of 100 which Are to be , armed and p new -.y-Brt, a letter from1 Washington states that m r. Delegate Preso a cd to the Honse committee on Ter Christi Tutich framed by Trie peo ple of Totah request that Jer admitted As state this Constitution framed1 in 1886 a Deuch ment of Mipe i and Majneri left West Poirot fair in Cpin Niini d by Duane and come to Northern of the state contains thousands of a arcs of in entire d government lands soon to be in Market preventing a greater variety Power and Mineral than an. Other Western state the most remarkable feature of. Northern Wisconsin Hay ing in that respect the other portions of the West being entry rely free from fever and ague and other Western billions fevers have been the terror of those emigre Trig from. New new England states., in the vast Quantity of land Section there afe locations at second to be had at read Onahlee Apnoea the hard it the part Cash offer. In this expect the Peppley will result beneficially to those who an Simiry bunely Iii physician to an for temperate person a t sep i get it so far off that i always Draak before Rifet to City n with the anti in imposed upon j. Roe by Iho City charter of the City Council w. Cake of the City of Hurcine do order that the election for City officer held by the qualified voters of Laid City on the Crit 6th Day of. April next and that the of said election be for n at the following named place in tha lit Ward at the court ii the 2d the of Tho High school building. In the 3d Ward at Foiter i hotel. In the 4lh Ward at the old in the 5th Ward at the of . That Laid be opened bet ton the hours of 8 and 10 o clock in the Forenoon and be continued open o aloes in the afternoon of Taid Dav and the i finally closed. At which tit following named Are to be elected in place of team of office expire with the current official yeast of the place of John w. City clerk in the place of 0. Knight. City treasurer the place of George cite Mathaun of a. B. Foeh. A Ksil rond of a in of 6.0. Starai. Justice of in place of Jami a Daic itt of 3. C. Toot. the of a or if of Arlen in Arur Taan 0. M Richmond w. How Liiri Sod school Oom Mission or incl Seton Edwin Genilda. We. Pelt ods super risk. In Charleis and onese Nool r in tie 3d in pm smog a one sup s tic spite on the coming season. Come now is the time to setter it ii state i in the v these put to thei wuss us us Ftp i Between a the weather Ajitu it we by the Noat Utra eare Chiba _ the Dock. Etc Binany. Will to of John Van visit. Cine this 34th of Hsnk a. A. John major Amidan it Utah Shorm Tiff con Minoa

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