The Daily Journal of Commerce from Kansas City, Missouri on January 27, 1875 · 1
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-THE r t t jqjukwajl. of I r f t : 'f COMMERCE . ESTABLISHED 1854JOUnNA L COM PA j J i ,- f ? O r f 5 i , f f 0 1 4S4?f i' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1875. VOL. XVH-NO.' JEFFERSON CITY. Judge Hough Opposing Session of the Supreme Court in this City. A Bill Creating a Board or Rll rood Comnilfwloners Liable to Psns. FaTorabU Reports from Wuh ington in Regard to th War Claims. Pasnaga of a Rfsolnltoa to Adjonra Sine Die. Jtrnnson Citt, Mn.t Jan. 26. la Ik Jimmmt mf Vmrnmrnm t Tha legislatirfj mill grinds exceeding! j low jurt now. The committees are not bridging in their grists u promptly as anticipated. Beside this there is coniid eraMe absenteeism just now, owing to the constitution! convention election. The prospect of lecnring a teuton of the supreme court at Kansas city, la de cidedly unfavorable, Mr. Twiss, my respected colleague, labored to accomplish it faithfully and well, but to-day he was met, in house debate, with the assur ance that Judge Warwick Hough, of Jackson county, was opposed to the wants of his people in this respect and of course Kansas City, so represented, cannot expect the little boon. What Judge Hough's peculiar reasons for this antagonism, as yet don't appear. The penitentiary committee are hard at work, and it appears to be the impression that Warden Sebree's theory of modifying the leasing system so as to abrogate as much as possible the present clashing of interest between the state, through the warden and the lessees. The bill creating a committee of three, known as railroad commissioners the same in substance as offered last winter promises to pass. It gives these gen tlemen considerable control over these soulless corporations. Unless the pass system is restored to us members, railroad corporations need expect naught else but legislative despotism as a regular diet. Cheering news comes from Washington ' in regard to the assumption and payment i of the war debt of Missouri. Our members are obeying the request of the Missouri legislature in urging its prompt recognition. There are only fifty applicants as yet tor the position of railroad commissioners (in ease the bill passes), but there a few hundred precincts to hear from. It is a good year for applicants for office. Some of the hungry cormorants here are borrowing money now to keep soul and body together living on hope. Lay, of Cole, and Kelly, of Caniden Democrats are olected to the constitutional convention from this district BEOOHD DISPATCH. JxrrKRHoif City, Mo., Jan. 2G. Special fe IhtJoHrwttqf Commerce! The house to day passed a resolution making the adjournment of the legislature sine die, when that time cnmon. The senate will probably concur, and leave the responsibility of calling an extra session on Gov. Hurdin. Gov. Hardin, to-day offers three hundred dollars reward for the capture of Samuel Orr, charged with the murder of William It. Davis, of Christian county, in March, IhTA, j The house bill passed the senate, abol- j ishing the Brunswick court of commou pleas. The house committee on elections reported adversely to bill for the protection of primary elections against fraud, and the report was agreed to. The governor has recommended that the fees of the coal oil inspector be reduced one-half. A bill abolishing the Chariton court of common pleas passed the house. An attempt is being made to establish a new Democratic state organ here. The asylum committee is absent on duty, and the attendance small on account of the election. FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. St KM ATE. Washington, D. C, Jan. 2ti. The chair laid before the senate a message from the president transmitting the report of the committee of engineers i appointed to investigate and report a j permanent plan for reclamation of allu-, vial lands of Mississippi. Iteterred to committee on transportation and ordered that ten thousand extra copies be printed, j The senate after the introduction ol a number of bills and petitions, and dispos-1 tntc of several bills on the calendar, re- j sumed the discussion of Louisiana mat-, term, and Mr. Pease continued his argument Mr. Thurman following Pease, but before concluding the senate adjourned. 1IOIMK. Washisjtus, D. C, Jan. 2G. , Nr. Potter from the judiciary committee reported a joint resolution proposing the following amendment to the constitu-, tion, article one: From and alter the next election for president of the United Slates, the president shall hold bis otlice during the term of six years, and together with the vice-president chosen for the saino term, be elected in the manner as now provided, or that may hereafter be provided, but neither president nor vice president when i the otlice of president has devolved upon 1 aim shall be eligible for re-election as presidept He remarked that the amendment would not effect the next presidential term-, aud the previous question, which was seconded, and the main question ordered. Mr. E. R Hoar expressed surprise that such a proposition should be passed without discussion. Mr. Potter replied that if any questiou had been discussed until everybody within the huss and outside was familiar with it, it was this question. Mr. Garlield inquired how it would be with the vice-president succeeding to the preaident's office within a week of the close of the term. Mr. Potter replied that he would have to take tlie office with its restrictions and disabilities. Mr. Hoar remarked that, while be was not of opinion that there was likely to be any occasion when be should favor, or believe that the American people should favor, a continuance of any person in the presidential othce beyond two terms, he did not believe an argument as to the corruption of the people by executive power was of such strength that the people should confess that they needed auch protection agaiust such influence, or that they would not deprive themselves of the power of selecting their chief Biagistrat. lie did not propose to aid in depriving the Auericaa people of the right under any emergency or exigency of determining whom they should keep in the presidential chair; he did not believe that they ever would keep a man beyond the time which Washington' example had seno-cUoed, and which was one of the tradl-tiowaaf the republic, bat U was a very grave aae serious question te deprive the people of the power to choose. Mr. svasson sulfas Hl tiiat U was a se rious question with all popular goverw- tents wheteer iMltfibimy ehouM appl; to any but the next term of office, em he proposed so amend the bill ia that r spet, allowing e liability after six years. (ho amendment was allowed so M fored. On motion of Mr. Roar the vote order ing the stain question was reconsidered. and the emeation opened to dierswaion. Finally Mr. Ward, of Illinois, moved to lav the neoiation on ins table. The houM refused Jo lay it an the ta ble, leu 'J- aavs 1.18. Mr. Ward then moved to recommit it to the judiciary committee negatived. lea HO; navs ITA. The joint resolution was then rejected. Yeas LU: nays 1'H. lm than two- thirds of the members voting ia the affirmative. All the Democrats voted for it. Adjourned. m ivy. Wtiefce auael Bwawia. fly TMfrath. Hew Toes, Jan. SS. linn lnwl dnwa In '1U mt ml., ar clntvd al Sats par cent. Prim. atereanUle paper, rT ecu I. twin Kichnniv Kterllnx dtill.; S4 8404 MH lorwinnTn; at kvi.m w it aianv. Custom nvint (old aUrona; ihMimhoul the day, at Ilftsj tonne fsrrrtnft ratea, lBA per sent, ao4 iU ClMiiDo a'n;.iim.iiio. Tmwnrr IMiiMirwatRBt Assietaat traaturar dlihuriMd f J77(-00. inil41nTiTTiiiicntn artlre and strong. Rail mad hnmli ilmni. Hist bond. Hull. rent., 1 Mit aiiiMMiwiitij it-n H" P""' roai. In UUdarlain. Tbe narkat waa tiraulax,butui aoHOS. Ohnpons 'M.......llftHl'0"--- tISS 0um 'a ....ll,iCurrtCT S'i..,.1191 (oupiitia ,AA.""!!!!!!!ll9;vjTrnaw ' (old)" ('Kiinn 'UlMfL. llAl.lTcnD.S'a (oawl.... SI CnuMina' N. C. (old)..... Can ton.... M..., v. Trt... STocaa . V. (St. Haul.. qulrktllvrr U1 A'lania' K, ,,,,,, r.i . ParvnKx t&j Aiupricaa f ". 6-1 j U. . V.t A&H P4clfic MaiL N. Y.C 102! Eria n I do prafurrad-... 41 j Harlrtn I2S 1 R. I ..Icri ic. Cans I. C. EN . M1 r.. W. .ml w OO III fflH'd Vurt War DA. C and A -.1W14 an prntma.H..i.iiw i. ana m...w. C , C. and C. 11. ana u.... ,. M M. C 7hUW. P C. ndP..... 01 SID. sn . 74; . s S7 snd iOS.l Mew Twrk Market. Kr TrWniph.l FtJit'Hrm nrhangMl. KiW Toss, Jan. 26. (.RAIN Wlifal ciulat and vrrv firm: No. aprltitf. SI . 2. f I 071 no- Uo. 1 CM. mku, SI ffi'Ht1 ; No. 3 DorthwMtcni.ll lira 1 1.1; while wntrrn, Si 27(81 :12. Hjcqtilet. Rnr-trr dull. ra snd mora dnlmt; mlfd wraliTn. ww. WttMc: whil. S'xtthfiUr. Oats quifl .inl olwiilf; mlml wi-atrrn, S.oS'c. HRk KRIKS Cotleo excited and uaaetlled. Smrmr dull uml nomtnnl. F KOV MIiNi iwk Sim; new moa. flt9 50. Re-f unrhangeil. Cut mata quirt; plrkled ahnnl- ii rn, i. Lara iowr; pruue noom, ityy 19 l.i-IIM1. WUlaa Y-tesdT at 07c bU.1owib Market. Bv Tlgnph.) Kr. Louts, Jan. 24. in. .Mi' nrm ann nnrnantcu. FI.DI R Dull, woiik an.l iim hanowl. GRAIN Whwit flrniM: No. S rad fill tl 01 W.l SI oi: No. 1, SI tv.,il (Hicaali; St OS h.; l W Man n; No. '2 "prlnrf 9K. lrn ltiariir; Nn. 2 mlxtxl, mcriir cMh; me March, mt Insctlre; No. i niiai-d. IHk'iiV. Kirlov dull and weak: No. 3 iitrlns; Si 'il 2$; No. 2 $1 871 40. Hye l'RVsUiN8 Pork very quiet bat held firmer at SIH'.'A own and l ull. Ir' aalt iifala inactive; Alra of Iiwae iliouldiTi at fc; clrnr lib, !r; clenr Hm, '.Hr. linen dull, nnlr en order traae. Uird dull; iiritui' (ticiiui, l.v..i;,1ccab. WH1.1ILV-Ilit(lwr l -c ?tHea Mitrkec Rv Telegraph.) Cnicaoo, Jin. 28. FTX17R Dull; aprln ex t ran, Sj 30,34 75. GRAIN WliMt Btr:idy ; No. 1 aitrina, KtUc No. 2, HMc nli, nml HfflC(S'c fur Vbruary; No. 3, W-jmHJr. Corn iteady; No. '2 mind, C41 S cab; fi4'4c Fobniary. Unta Mrndy; No. 'J. rwtiigc cMh: Klc Fi-lmmrr. live dull ami uiicnitiiKnu. iviricr unit HU uivuiiidu , All. X. ai L--Mi.ei wumiaii. PltoVIriKiNS Pnrk dull, nniflllpd, lower and Irregular, at n ,yt rah, $17 Feltruary, and SIS JO .M:irc li. Ijird ciiilet and wt-ak. nt Si:t M cah or February, and $13 39 March. Utilk uieaU ait nuT nun inn iinniM. WlflUKY Iwfy at Me. 4'hlmtr aJve falock Mnrkel. Br Telearanh.1 Chh-o. jh. Zi CATM.K Onumon nnd niiHlium dull and weiik; itfHwl to extra, ariino And firm at ftl&'K't 6 7-'-; Liulcbcra' atock, alockvra, 42 7AJ HlHiS Active and firm, and 10c liluhnr. with a ruottu of i;7 24 for Inferior i rxlru; abliipinit gnula sollliiK uiut ljr at SO 8 1a puiktra, Su- wi. Mt. l.miU Live Hlo-k Market. By Tel'riiiih.l Nr. Loi'ia, Jan. 3rt. CA ITI.i: Weak and Im-Riilar, with deHlrra apurt; 8 ".Vti 00 fur prima to choice; $1 AO l'ir eii iiiimn li ft nhI n uivn olira; S;t flO(i 1 .17 lor lair 1okooI leira and IiidUu. I h M i rt Kirtii und ortlTe with Miiiolm higher; pnt'lcera, S'i av-tfl '.; butrhera, S', 7"fa7 OS; 'rk-era io dcuiiiud at S'i 'JA. ttvcvlitla, 1,600. LOUISIANA. A Good Reason for the Partial Report Made to Congress. Only a (Vrtutu Vhiss Culled Upon to Tentiry. Now There Are Other Witneaaea Testifying. X lMIU'ient Slate of Affairs Found to Exist. Nkw Oui.kans, Jan. 26. Ex- Governor Wells was before the congressional committee to day, aud testified as to tbe action of the returning hoard. He submitted tbe returning board's report to the legislature, about seventy foolscap pages, as bis statement, and explained his not appearing before the sub-committee that he was not subpa-naed and that he had received no notice whatever about the committee being here, except through the newMpupera, and did not think they would leave so soon. He intended going to Washington to testily, but beard that another committee was coming, so be did not go. Mr. Well testified as follows; All polls in Hapides were thrown out on my evidence; we had no other; I made my affidavit on the 14th of Dec; filed these statements and mentioned these facts to tbe members of the board; there was no Erotest by the election officers in Hapides ecause it was worth a man's life to do bo; Judge Mauning, one of the worst White leaguers in tbe country, made up the supervisor's statement; tho sheriff of the parish, a White leaguer, held on till tbe 20th of Dec; they put in the regular sheriff aftewards; the recorder it a Mo linery mun. Mr. Marshall uhM if Gov. Wells had beeu assaulted in Hapides ? tov. Wells: "J was not assaulted, but my lite was threatened ; I received a let i ter from my sou-in law." I The letuir was read; it advised the gov i ernor to beware; that he would be killed 1 by stealth, and, as it was in the discharge of his duty, his friends would die with him in protecting him. Ho said: "Assassins can intimidate me; but my enemies dare not face me; I am afraid ; I could not speak in the parish 04 I would have been killed; the colored people were my only frieuds duriug tbe war ; when 1 was driven out for uiy opinions they watched over me and cured for me: 1 am sixty-seven years old; was born iu the Hapides ; was a Whig before the war, aud voted for Douglass to avert the struggle; I was a sheriff before the war ; I was a federal during tbe war 1 bad to sleep in tbe woods ; during the war 1 was called a jayhawker ; 1 am proud of the name; 1 would rather lie a juybawker than a traitor; 1 was governor alUrthe war, and was removed by Oen. Sheridan in 1H67 ; I had one hundred and twenty-seven slaves when the war broke out, and owned two plantations, but am very poor now ; I have acquired no prooerty sines the war; could not pay my debts, but may be able to do so if 1 livelong enough ; my neighbors treated me very well anttl tbe Whits league was orgauived; I proposed an amaadwent to the constitution, in my meiiaage as governor, which produced political difference ; the ill feeling toward me has only sprung up since the Kellogg-HcEnary difficulty?: 7 . T0PEKA, 5 Genuine Dyed - In the - Wool Democratic Paper te be Started.' Toor FleU tor the I Brest-meat of Additional Capital. Opposition to tha 7asaga of tho Toxaa Pacific Bailruad. Aaaadaaata Deal rati la Favor of tha K. P. an A T. an 8. P. (Fvwa Oar Own Oatrtmteant. ToriKA, Ki., Jan. 26. There seems to be a general desire to have the code of oivll procedure so amended as to require all parties bring ing suits to give bond for the coats. This is a much-needed reform. If a law of this a at ore ts paused, the fees of the clerk of tha court and other court officials will bear a great redaotkm. Under the pres ent law, at least one fbarth of the aosts, and probably mora, are never collected Many a case would be kept out of court if the party bringing it in knew ho would have to put up. The resolution providing that the Com- montctaltk shall publish three columns of proceedings daily, and give each mem' ber five copies of the paper during tbe session, all for a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars, ia certainty cheap enough. The gentlemen having the Pomeroy York fund in charge, may not see fit to return tbe money to Pomeroy. That the money came from Pomeroy there Is no denial, and that it has any owner, other than Pomeroy, no one asserts. The question is as to the rights of the parties having it in charge, to make any disposi tion of it It is a burning shame, a hardship oa the business community, an evil that should be cured by some means, to keep this seven thoasand dollars out of circulation. Topeka is going to have a downright Democratic paper at last, something she never sported before. This is putting on airs too early, and we miss our guess if tbe thing don't go under in less than twelve months. We do not wish any printer bad luck, but we can not help feeling that it is a poor place to start a Democratic paper such times as these. Topeka is a good town, and Is undoubtedly the liveliest town or city in the state, but she can't furnish business for every enterprise that freezes out in every other town in the state. The fact is, Topeka is already too full of print-shops for the good of her printers. There are now six good and sub stantial printing offices, and the aggregate value of priuting material in tbe city will not fall khort of forty thousand dollars, which certainly seems to be enough for a city of eight thousand inhabitants. have mmihItn afW darVi and take to a aonwe. The moment the beat struck one of the children it died, and the other w wot expected to five. We did not lean the aames of the parents. -The lola Remitter The eitisrne sjH Kansas ( ity arid a pahMe mirting Tnsa- dav even ins?, ks the inuwwat of the nrwa- ing and thr ortrniaatron of the frndtaw1 territory and the improvement ol the ual-yeatoa harbor. ' i Reeolutioras ware adopted in accordance with the ohiert of the meet ing, and the friends of this movement everywhere wera called even to act a once. W enters Iowa, Mehrasha, Kansas, Wester Missosri. Colorado, New Mexico and Texas are all directly interested in the improvement of the (falveatsm aarhor and the opening of the Indian territory, and should use their infloenoe through their representatives in congress to secure Lbs eccomplisauisnt af these measures. THE LATEST NEWS. Rr Mall o Tataavaph. - Deaths In Houston last week, 19 children under five years of age, 4. California had another earthquake at four a crack Saturday morning. - Quincy has harvested one hundred thousand tons of fine ice this season A juror in the Tilton-Beecher case was drinking with one ol the counsel Friday night Tho. Sturgeon, a conductor on the P., W. and U, was instantly killed at Pittsburgh on Saturday, ' The California bandit, Vasquaa, was, on Bat-inlay last, sentenced to be hung on the 19th of March. James Myers committed suicide aa Sunday, by throwing himself in front of a locomotive at Collinxville, U. A boy named Ernst Weil, aged thir teen, was killed in Bt Louis on Sunday, a street car running over him. There was a fire at Martinsville, III., on Tuesday, burning four frame houses on Maia street Loss $10,000. No io- Hj laaoelnlvd Press. Toi'KKA, Kan.. Jan. 26. In the senate to day the following resolution was offered and considered : ReMoiv4i bu tht tenatt or the atait. af i'. .. jj.. i r , . . - concurring, I hat we are opposed to the rtolicv of giving any subsidies whatever to private corporations, and pre especially opposed to the passage of this bill Texas Pacific as doing great injustice to the Kansas Pacific and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railrondn, which have constructed over i ve hundred miles of railroad from the Missouri river across the blains with a view of ultimately ccnuccting with the j Atlantic and I'acinc railroad, and sol forming through lines to the Pacific: nml also the Atlantic and Pacific railroad bus abandoned its land grunt and proposes ny tnis uiu to change untune ot construction of its road br intersecting the Texan and Pacific railroad, and thus forcing the Kansas I'acihc and Atchison, loneka anu Da nut re rauroaus to ouild a greater distance in order to connect with the lexas and Pacific railroad. We. therefore. earnesUv nrotest acainat this proposed injustice, and we request our delegates in congress to have it so amended as to grant like authority and facilities for the construction of a trunk line from near r ort Lvon to Colorado ter ritory to its intersection with the Texas r acitic railroad at or near the Kio Grande river, and that said Texas and Pacific railroad shall pro rate each way with said trunk line in passengers and freight. Mr. Bauserman offered to amend aa follows :- iU-di-M bu Ik fffttale of f Slot of A'inmu, Ike That our senators in congress are in structed and our representatives are re quested to oppose, by voice and vote, the granting ol any further subsidies to private corporations. KANSAS GOSSIP. The government stables at Fort leav en worth, were burned Saturday night by incenuianes. toss about fvu.ixju. Samuel Healing was killed last week near Oswego, bv bis wauon. loaded with a saw-log, upsetting, and the log rolling over mm. A Leavenworth ciirar-muker. who waa gradually sinking with consumption, shot nimsen inrougn the Heart Saturday morn ing of last week, to end his misery. Fifteen persons including the hardeit arm Ken, signed a pledge Jan. 2nd, to abstain forever from intoxication drinks. The saloon men are said to be alarmed. Doniphan COUntV Inada (fin mitiro balance of the state 'combined, in the matter of heiua railing. I jiai vnnr tho product of the state at large was 2,:i;U,-ll!t pounds, and of this amount l.HOu.OOO pounds, or three fourths, were raised in uompuan county. Tbe Leavenworth Giinmeivial niadn some reference to Mr. P. B. Cutttte, iu which it represents that, as secretary of the Northwestern Mutual Life insurance company, be had failed to settle un in full. CoL HaUSton. nronritnr nf ilia n. per, has been arrested for criminal libel. Last week Mr. aud Mr. Barrett, liv ing near Fredonia, left their childreu at home alone for a short time, putting a large camp kettle filled with ice on the lire before thev left. The ice mailed and the water got to boiling when one of the little children fell into it and was fatally scalded. The lola Re. titter : Tha nwUm has recommended that a mint be estab lished in tbe Mississippi valley, and the Kansas Citv Jouskal ov Commkiu:b bu loug and able article aettiug forth the ad vantages of that city. If a mint is established in the West, we think Kanui Pit would be a good point. Home splendid fish have bean obtain. ed iu Fall river the past week Large sized buffalo, bass and other varieties of fiah were frozen in the ice during the late cold weather, and all one has to do is to nd them and cut them out with an ax. When taken out they are in a torpid con j ditioo, but upon subjection to thaw in a influences become restored to their nata- rei state. j Tbe Garnett Journal: We learn! the cold Friday, the ttth inst., in Osark ; township, in this county, two children. 1 one nine and the other twelve, started from the school-house, in tbe evening, and bad one mile to go against the norther. About midway between tbe school house and home they ber.aue chilled, and sat down on a log. They wera discovered Win. Rochester, son of CoL W. H. Rochester, of Danville, Ky., was shot on Saturday night by N. S. Miller, keeper of the Lancaster hotel The losses to merchants and business men in Marysvilra, Cat, by the flood 4(iA675.' There was a heavy northerly gale on Tuesday. Four schooners were blown ashoTo on the north beach, near San rrancisco. The body of Herman Grippe, of Cin cinnati, was found on the railroad track near Cumminsville, O., on Saturday. It is supposed that he was murdered by one Louis Schmuker, who was arrested. Schmuker had blood on his clothing at the time of his arrest Democrats down in the Sedalia senatorial district rr id an election on Tuesday for delegates to an unauthorised constitutional convention, in which A. V. Hull, of the Sedalia Democrat, a Democrat, received more votes than Wm. 11. Letcher, another Democrat, Selahl Being understood that Tuesday would be the last day of the cross-examination of Moulton, a great crowd struggled for admission to the court-room. After the conclusion of the cross-examination of tbe witness, ex-Judge Fullerton began bis redirect examination. There has been incorporated at Salt Lake, a company to build a narrow gauge railroad from Salt Lake to Ogden. tending to connect with the Utah Wes Uern at Suit Lake; at Utah with the Northern ; at Ogden with both of the Narrow Gauge roads. The road will be thirty-seven miles long. Ten per cent of the capital stock has been subscribed and work will bo commenced at once. Mrs. Kate Clark, recently a seam stress in the family of Senator Stewart, at Washington, was arrested at Baltimore, on Tuetiduy, chnrgt'd with the robbery of Mrs. Stewart, on Saturday, of diamonds, laces, etc., valued at tti.OOO. The prop erty was recovered, and, with the accused, sent to Washington. Two trunks were also secured, containing between $10,000 and f 12,0(10 worth of plate, laces, velvet, and other valuables. OtS NEW SENATORS. Btfll A&itional XObrta to Xtka (i a.w one. ia Yry Poor Material tsr the Pnrpoaf. Mii.WAPts, Jaw. 3. The first vote for u. S. a is tor stood as follows: Sen ate, Cerptnter, !.: Briggs, 16; scattering, 4. Aiessnbly, Carpenter, 46 ; Briggs, tw scenes ag, m. PaovinicttK, Jsn. 26. When both houses of te legislature matin joint con vention to lay, Dixon withdrew his name as candidate for U. 8. senator. Lt Gov. Van Zandl who had supported Dixon, then voted for den- Bu reside, who was elected on the first ballot, receiving ti'i votes; Bartsld, 16; Brown, U ; Sheffield, 6; Hunt, 4, scstlering, ft. Nasmvili.B Jan. 86. The convention met at aooa. Gov. Brown refused to allow his nam to again e preeentsai boforo the tsnwntion. Tha MU ballot was as Muwar ; 'J; -Henry, II; Stephens, ft?; Kpv, ; Kwiag,9. The preside n; declared Andrew John son elected Unltpd States senator, amidst the wildest excitement and enthusiasm. Tha enthusiasm and excitement over tha election of Hon. Andrew Johnson to tha United Stasai M-maLn to -enV ia baroarf description, lie made a thirty minutea speech to ten thousand people, on the public square this evening, announcing his adherence to Democratic principles as set forth in his administration of gov srnmem aaa tormer speeches. There were minors en the streets and hotels this evening that he had made concessions to Republican members for their votes, but be denies emphatically having made concessions in any form, or entering into any ansWstanding with other candidates or opponent; that he was elected upon the broad platform of the constitution and administration of the laws as enumerated by the national uemocracy. THE SAVAJOES. New Advertisements LBOAU i Ita ateabrtf . Tit tha DfalrtF Oxm nt tht in I lad gutss tor a ina wwi-rn in rut of aiiaantirl i 1 lh malif af hmahlaa a aHiaaiear, Mtisrvfrti la banhraDlrr. At Coart, hit f JrArM, la satd dlatriut, hs -mh aT .lanuarr, a. it. ira. Wtrn fhslrlrtflf Mlrwrwri: A aaatMlnaj f lb .rtHlli ra said tautkruttla Having bc--B htnti bald, imk aa ardor ol this Court, rnrlhapurpwof acting oa a prrx aliloa iffrd br am 14 banhrapla fnr a aawftaaaltoa), and aaM baakrapta an proaaalina to lh On-irt tha rraolulloa paaar-d at aurb meeting, bsjalbar wim uirmfni ni innr nam, ana 'Hntartrf lhtrtana by thaCnurt, llial paMlta-Mna ht maaV tar flrailara la tha Pallr Jocawai, or Commim a Bwapnprr piihlUhtot at Kanaaa Mty, Jw-kxtn Co., Ho., fllatrlrt alomald, notifying all hom ll mar ronrtMn, that on lht Inl da? of r abraarr, ISTS, It will m inaiitrvd into bv tha t'otirl, wbi-lher aald raaulutloa fur a coin prorata. mm aar nifii, nan tmrnu MBara aa rcquirr) ir law, and nalem oh)rt,ni art mad la writing. oa or bar aalil It day of February, IS7S, and cauar aliova on said ilaf. brfnra tlta JiKlgf of tha Court, at fhamtwra. In Ina 'Ht a( JrnVrann, whr aid prorHing for a fomnoalllon slioald nnt M cob fir mi I, an order will. n aald day, ba ratarad of rmird. ajrovlng ana onnflrmlng tha aarna. Wllnraa th Annoralile Arnold Krakal, Judga of lha aald Omrt, and tha aaal Iharaol, at aaiat. inaiif ni janvraon, in saiq dlsinrt, ea tha iSth dav of January, A. U. 1S7S. A l.r KEl 8. K UKKKL, Clark of FHstrtri Court for sahl district. ByCHAS. K. Hum, D.C BJtwkrwatOjr Nwllr. T 5 tha fHitrtr Court nf Ih I'nltad HUtaa for tha 1 nMiarn inatrirt or Miaaourl : In tho mailt of Joha II. Iuc4ataatsr, Saakrupt. N-'ilea 6 haribvatvaa tKal thattm Talaatlria al ib rimiiion of an id Twnknini. fir tlx purHiar-i aamed in thf twantyarvnalh aartloa of tha Bankrupt Artol March M, IWT, will ba baU at tha olttcr nf John l. S. Cook, Kcaislar la Uank- niptcr, at Kanma lltr, Io aald district, at 10 v meat, b. m., oa ine nin im CITY NOTICES. The Party Returning from Washington and Who They Are. About Oor. Amy and his Viewa of tho Indian Qaeation. What Kind of People the Navajoa Are and What their Country. Fun lor Mrinberaof Ike Cowvealloi 8t. Ixicis, Jan. -A mass meeting oi uiuies was neio to-ni(iit in the Mercantile library buildinii, to consider the Ques tion ol sending a delegation of women to demand seats in tbe state constitutional convention, to meet at Jefferson City, in May. Mrs. Francis Minor, one of the oldest and most prominent advocates of women's suffrage in this city, presided, and made a speech, in which she cited many instances of the injustice oi tho laws, as they affect women, and claimed that the question of framing the organic law of the state having been referred by the constitution itself back to tho people, and not to tue voters merely, tne entire people women as well as men have the right to iukb part in tne proceeding. Tbe progress of the nice havina abol ished all legal distinction between man and man. tbe same course must be pur autru who respect io women ; mat no class of people can be free whose freedom is not guarded bv constitutional enaran tees. On these and other grounds it was claimed that women have a right to participate in framing tbe fundamental law of the stnte, and therefore are entitled to seats in tue constitutional convention. Speeches were also made by Rev. John nnvder, ftcv. J. C. Learned. Mai. li. Mer- win, and one or two ladies, all taking sim itar grounds, and claiming that women should be represented in the convention. The following delegates were elected : Mrs. Francis Minor, Pbtcbe W. Cossens, Mrs. A. A. ruley, and power given to uiuoi to add to their numiwr. A committee wna also appointed to Issue an address to the women of Missouri. urging them to take similar action in the various senatorial districts of the state, and simd'ile legates to tbe convention. This committee consists of Mrs, Francis Minor, Mrs. Prof. Jaokson, Mrs. necsensou, itev. John Snyder, major Merwin. Tbe action of this meeting is novel, and said to be the first time in this country that women have met in mass meeting and sent delegates to a constitutional convention to demand seats therein aud tbe right to participate in framing and organizing the law of tbe state, ClawtlOM In at. Lenta, St. Lot' is, Jan. !ii. Returns from the election to-day for delegates to the conatt tulional convention, to be held at Jeffer son City in May, indicate the election of the following gentlemen: Albert load, Tbos. T. GhuII and Ixjuis Gottschalk, Independents; Jos. Pulitzer, J. O. ilroad-head, Henry Hjiaunberst, N. M ort II, H. 0. Brock merer and J. C. Kd wards, Democrats; Henry Hitchcock, Henry T. Mudd and (ieorge H. Shields, Republicans, Home oi these gentlemen are among the most prominet and influential citizeus of Bt, Louis. paiilati Affaire. MaDKin, Jan. 26. Tha Car lists have Biscav and (iarposco. and have moved into Navarre with all their material of war. The army of tbe North has assumed tbe offensive. HaKTaxiifca, Jan. 2t. The Carlists have fired on a British vessel loaded with tsJegrapb cable, off Biscay, on tho ooast. A Deatal KBerer. - LovnoaT. Jan. 28. The emperor af China-died on the 12th inst His natural successor is five years old, and this dis patch says it is not certain woo wm succeed the lata emperor. Yocho t We rise in alorr as we sink ia pride. Ox thi Rail, Jan. 22, 1H75. 7b tht Jommat a Cuts res t On our train, bound for Denver, we have eleven Xavajoe Indians, who are un der charge of Hon. W. F. M. Amy, U. S. Indian agent at Fort Defiance, N. M. They are just returning from Washington, D. C, where they lave held counsel with the Great Father, snd submitted several important propositions, which, they are guaranteed, will be accepted. The fol lowing is a LIST or KAMKfl and position of the entire party: Hon. W. t . M. Amy, formerly governor of New Mexico, United States Indian agent of the N'avajoes; Miss M. S. Cook, teacher ol the female department in making cloth by looms ; S. N. Goodale, superintendent ot machinery of woolen mills; Dr. W. Whitney, surgeon of the tribe ; Norman Wendiman, su pari n ten dent of laboi Jesus Alviso, interpreter; Manuelito, head war chief; Cayatanito, second war chief; Juan ita wife of Manuelito; Man uelito Segundo, son of Manuelito; Barbes Hueras, chief counselor ; Mnrriano, second counselor; Cahra Negra, chief Tene-su se, chief; Ganado Mucbo, chief; Camera Mucho, chief, and iluetio ttn-nia, chief; makine seventeen mat. Jcsu Alviso is the interpreter from Navajoe to Spanish, and Gov. Amy from Spanish to i1. ni nsn. M ias Cook, has, for the past year, been nt Sante Agency, Dakota, teaching the I'aKota imuaus now to spin, weave, etc., with great success, aud through Gov. Amy's influence, she has been secured or ime uuuei wun ine itavajoes. UOX. W. V. H. ARN'T was formerly a resident of Uloournflrtou 111. Tbe Illinois State university now stands on a portion of bis homestead, he having donated the same to the university at the time tbe decision was made to build U at that place. In IKjC he went to Kansas, and was the leader in the at tempt to make this territory a state; he was elected a member of the legislature and afterward judge of one of the state courts: be was a great friend ot John Brown, and worked with him agaiust sla very. He is a lover ot relics, having in his possession John Brown's pistol, a hinge of a piano burned by the border rutlians in ltOti at Ossawatomie, part of ball fired at the r ree State hotel. Law rence, by Col. Atchison, and many other pieces valuable to him. In lb til be rtook charge ot the Navajoes, relieving Kit Carson. In 1862 he was appointed secretary of New Mexico, and for about s year was acting governor. Gov. A lec tured to a crowded house at Lincoln Hall, Washington, and Cooper's Institute. New York. He savs: "lt is cheap er and more humane to feed than to fight tne Indians. TUB KAVAJ0K8. These Navajoes are an intelligent look- inn set each one has a red handkerchief tied around his bead, they still hold on to their buckskin breeches and blankets, and that same passion for jewelry that Indians love so well, exist with them, some have ear-rings that could not be bought for two horses, or two hundred dollars in money. While east thev were furnished with a carpet-bug, a full suit of black broadcloth snd a n uir hat each, all of which they now have with them. The governor says : 1 took them east wild Indians and bring them back carpet-bag gers, they take their regular three meals per day, JUcMeekin ot lopeka, and Keith of Saline, nivinii them tbe best ta ble in the dining room, filling one large table except one seat, which was kept for the train conductor. They say that they are much pleased with their visit, and think much good will come out of it Tbey have induced their agent to pur chase lor them looms, spinning-wheels, woolen cards, and many other tools, to be used at their agency. They hone that congress win give tnera pastoral land tor the rich mineral lands now held by them in the San Juan country, which is a part of their reservation. They left tbe agency oil tbe Mb ol November, and have been on the go ever sinae. 'Tbey will remain in Denver over Sunday, when they will leave, via the Denver and Rio Grande railway, for Pueblo, where they take the stage which is daily, thereby taking five days before all can get passage and go to Santa Fe, from which point they get government transportation via stage and wagon, l hey ride nearly seven nuudred miles. ' TUB VIVXIO RUSSBVATIOX ' ' occupies a strip of territory sixty by ninety miles, situated at tbe four cornera of Cowredoh New Mexico, Ariaoma end I'tah, and the tribe aamber over ll,(HH) souls. They are a very industrious snd cleanly people, and their woolleu, silk and wicker fabrics would reflect credit on y workmen, ihey have blankets of eighteen different styles some of tare beauty, ihey will soon earn enough to sustain themselves. When they were first informed in regard to taking this trip thev thought they ware ooing for aood to i take a reservation in sonic eastern city thai was beceming depopulated by tbe I whites coming West but soop that Idea was changed. Gov. A.- is sixty three years old, and one would judge that he was in his prime bv bis actions. He says bis wife has the honor of having this town, where we take supper, and where I i olose this letter Satiua -named for her. Wiun,. . Petition for the Grading of a part of aiifTfuiu a-trvsja. rthe Oramon Coanctt al taw City at Kanaaa, Jacksuo onualjr, MlssKurl: Th uiMltrilgued rraJ aalata owner and reaidaoU of tha Cltr a Kanaaa. rfaiwrtlretr own tha ral aalata aa Kiev- aana stra, (rata tha treat (In of tVfia atraet to id wrai nor of t nataa' Aililttton drarrthrd opposite thHr aaruca, 1v Ibatn Strata autacf1lM4, and htrrbr petition tha Cnmmno Counrtl n tba ("Ity of Kansas, to hara add Klrrrath alraai, from tba wast hat af PYnn atrart to tha waat Una of Oatra' Addition, all in tha said Hi 7 of Kanaaa, srrIM u ins inn wima iBarani, iariuaiT at aiaawaiu en tha north sidr of aald slraat. J. U Hara, aaal ana-half ot lota 11 aa4 IS, -mum v, min sou., mt raas. K. Onatra, ftilf fi. on anoth Una nf Elarantl at, aommonrtaK al weal Una of Catholic churrh 14. Joha "math, cor. of Uarantb and Jtffrraon ata., John A. Soaa, waat lota snd IS, Work S, CoatV Add., fil ttmu hd-sr-l H. A lira. Int II, Mock T, OoaUa AdS. "IV DoMrllv, Br. (by povarel au'h waat Ms. incur prviwir, i, atfraooai u'nanartr, Cltr Knrlnaar af tha eartlfr that tha lorwitnf aati. Uon ts sbrnad by tha owarra of a taaJoHtr of tat tof mudaata of fMntaita ol tho amnrrtr oward aald dtv. frootlDC on Havanth alrwc. htarati Praa aUfat and tha wast lino of Coataa' AaV KPMOSO O-FLAHRRTT, Otf Enalaaar. REAL ESTATX-APCnOW. Valuable Real Estate AT AUCTION. TIIR new hrlrk hulldlns on the nortb-aaat cornar of Twrllth itwt and f irand araniK1, known aa tha Mlaanori VaJh-y Bank, wlthtlin mnaii muHiinaa aujoiniiix, win oa amtl at tnp mulaaa, at piumr aurllun, M tha litKlilst bidder wliSoni rwrr, on Moadiif, tiiolitU day of February, at 2 p. m. prmUoly. Tanas, whlab will be rarr HVral, wllirbc made l 1IUIO Oi Sale. UL ULc.l i MEDICAL. INSTITUTE. DRg, COOLEY PATNE, of the nrsteal suid Modloal Iauitttnta), Twelfth Bt. and Grand Ave., Treat siinraaf till' pKroauiTiKii ami HMiKk l.iwiiaof all kinds. AU the Apfttitiiret for lha- liclonnl- tlraarvtuadcal Ihu InMltuti', and par-f.t-tly Ailed to each eaaa. IV o ramors Tc-Miaof all Unit as FniHoin-PitLV-rva and atoTHKKN Mask. Canckhm ivniorad wlibuut tlif a title. I'lLKISud FliTf- la rr mined with out iaiu or dangar, ami ii cup' KUtirrin-ttl in arer r casa. lK.r aaa and Catakhii Iran I but eooiw. ' SAW.WOKRS. IT IS CASH XIV li POCKET ST. LOOTS SAW WORKS aauiav a ww wataaeaaaw-a. W bt sO)A n saiiirn vu ioVa BRANCH, CROOKES & CO. - Mannfaotwrara of all Klnda of SAWS OF EVERY BUYER ox DRY-GOODS! WHO TISITS Kansas City, And Colls on Our Friends J 3VE SHBLLEY1CD 114 and 116 Vine Street, 224 Lake Street. - -BO OarondelPt. Strpet. - St. Louis - Chicago New Orleans BI1UIABD TABLES. E. L. IARTIN & CO., XXLtXTimtxm City, Mo.f BHaruL warraaw aaaars roa thi Great Amen Billiard Table Maiofactory TUB LBtADiaO UtlaBMSIIVBNT OF THBt IIVatTaV-WaTavT. Sswjtsalallsislioct 1804. EMANUEL BRUNSWICK & CO., AaroaCTuaaas os 44 and 46 Dearborn Street, Cbioaco. ELEGANT INLAID BEVELED TABLES! ' Wllk ItM Prwaat Mr.kl. UUrtl Atmrr Im all TUa. Sola MftanftMtamra at th Xmrriemn Ov-ondoUt Tbl. and P.tnk aarolTlu Oil Bsok. AIM, Uu N.w atria of PoSl T.bU. ! Brlk. UuU.M urn mmt HlKkly FlahM ta lk Dlrael Inportn. 4 CMk, Italh, OMk, nd Cu. Tl. All ot mar Tabfc. ar InhM .M mrw-1 U '!! U ol li. Art, tu4 trr ill auppllffl .lib EmuiMl Rr.MU-'. BIIIUT4 Cuahloil, vblrfa lo th. mquUIIMof KImUHI., AKWWT Md ItaimMlltr. vm mmU bv aillUnl KiiwrN to b Ik. IMratton il Iklltarl Cii.blJiu. mj W. Will not b. nndrranlil. hrth. .uiIh T.tiU riMth .tl. fVu. nrthtnff In th. Bl Un., en low tmwm .nd mr Pmf of Mtr In. ttmw Mrk of h..l TbMmjl . DBUMll .DKirnl. AU. ... .11 II ll I I I J HI T.LIm I I- -1 i. WlTlni loour Wnwrn Aitrakj, VL. MABT1K txi" L'o. t nil. of Tntrrlln. Ar-nts. hut .riplr tn ill dim, m R f. Martin A Co I BllLUfd T.l'lM, lor Ml. . rUXNITDRB. JOSEPH COCHRAN, . . WBOLISAIil ill BETdUIi SaAX-BB IB FURNITURE BEDDING, teWWrW GOODS. gosllMain St., Kansas City, Missouri. HARDWARE AMP CUTLERT. J. . FORBES & CO., HARDWARE 306 Delaware St nti aaloniahlixr. una viin-ira in cnm ir(uruaa as uoiH-icaa. upon a naw rutin- n as Iioih t of tlia Kvk snd nmciairr (imAXX-t.k. TKlNNof THK Liiia a nit CataKjut Meoaaalullf temovt-d. and tha 1.1 1 ml raaiorcd UialithL jjiMKAa or r an a ukm aiaaa a aacujij. aaa uhb aasurwu ui vTtrj maw. 1'ahalymm and Kpii.kphv anil all ifd IhrNMViK-fl Hvstkm, protlnriiig dahiliir Iroia wii atk v kh CAL'itiL pnuananilT currd. Hcnd for tho H:ni(-Al. Jin axAl.. raaalarlr la. suati, fur uiora roaiplalo lafuriualioo, aol adl'lraaa Dra. COOLEY Tc PAYNE, Hurideal and Mrdtral Instllnta, TwaIKh HtraHaad uraiia Avraw, and alwaya tncloaa a sUrop. BANK STATEMENT. BTATB 2VX Z11VT OS TUB COSDITIOI Of Oa KAMSaS CJTr, HlSaOUSIt At lbs I'lsMor Boalsteaa, Jasu a, 1875. ASSETS. IMtoounta ..,....SS9 ,APa1 K Due Iroiu otltr banka l- 1 a n and maB IU-iqs ,,,. ,. i Mjr and other awuriUaa........... 18.087 71 RaliUI . mas! 00 Taxes and cxpanatw paid '2,Ti 76 iuiiau cHHwa ifM ouutta nri,vu Sl,iaj,278 'ia , s.o,ono 00 M.4W1 S2 ...... 877.S1S 74 ... oHH.IWI 83 -27V..11 S7.44S m Capital stock. .. t-ArniiiKB uue io oiuar iwuka lua dai'alt4.ia - Tlioa da)Kalla Maturing aacuaaKM , i,4sa,s7s as I caitiff last tbe sbov itatainsnt la corract JOHN J. HAHTIN, Cashier. Sworn to snd subscribed baiora tne this etbdar W January, A. D IS7S. (Mml) N. K. M(K)HE, Notary Puttlfe. TS-BI PENS. STEEL PENS BOLD BT ALL STATIOHRS, Usnufscturara' Warehouse, It JOHN 8TUKET. JOS. GILtOTT tc SONS. MfcAIII 11UK. Note KU MEAT MARKET. D. A. PAINTER, WkoWte aud aUull BUTCHER. Wl Mala St., Kimu City, Mt. CHOII1 HEATH AT MARKRT fRirKH. BOOK-KEEPINO. lMliKrlM Unaliard.'' Til. wli(il.y,t.m brl.Hr .nil clmulv .xoIuIum! vltb r.ltulil0 Riili. .nil TmMm tiir biujm iu. Cliilb tl. Itrd. 7ftrU. bwil ni.lti.ld, UltU' urf M4L Atuuil. tulvd. i n. WAIlQEIf EH CO. Pulilllhw " IrUI-llal.iic. Book." PLUMB1NO. 8UAW ak BEWNUEII, FLUMBEBJS, GAS ani STEAK FITTEBS Fbbm of U ktndk Iron ui Id PlM fur Uu, Biua ul W.Ur. Cm. vrot. nd ndmn rinl.. IM Ji AOENTS. tluifWI f"'"Tno" IVmafrw. AddnK J iUl U. W1XKI1I 4 Co., iVmtwd, lUlM. HOTELS. LINDELL HOTEL St. Louis. FELT, GRISWOLD, CLEMENT & CO., PBOPKIETOK& This new aad Elagant Hotel la now open for the receUan of guests. All tbe modern Improv iian iweo apiiiia-a in ita cwiisirucuoD, ana it ranks among ibe Lauuiu Molfls la tbe Waat. it locauon ia on WawhinartoH Araasa. tba thoroiiRbfaraof therltr, ttnea the openBBol tlie (rraat urtdrfe. Ita afevatora are In eoaalaoi op-eratioo at all botua. both da and uigbl. The Table will at all times be Bappllel wlU Liberal Abaadaaos-vith the Obeiseat that tbe Msraat Affnrda. Builders' Hardware, Carpeutera Tool, Couper-V Tools, Flnlilug Tackle, Fine Cutlery, Clothes Wringers, Rubber llelting, Leather Bui Hug, racking and Babbitt, Circular Saws, Manilla Hope, Sheet Brass, Etc., Etc. 7Q6 Main Stroet, Bxxaciva Oityf Mer. J. X. KIXY & CO., wsoijiiaiA,ijg HARDWARE Cutlery, Iron, Steel and Nails, snd Wagon Wood Work, Cor. Third and Delaware Ste., Kansas City, Missouri. DRT OOODS. ii i H iSSS'S -rT 5 02 COAX OIL. I. II. Id AUK A CO., GARDNER & MUIXETT, HARDWARE! QiUwr, llonn, AaiBunltbM. Klifcln. ttckU, O.rrnlm', Onopm- ud MuhlnbnV TonU. "luu ill! ". B.W Uumuun, lipu7SIUQ. (Win. Her. Cuunur ud ruuora kuTl aaa Min mtroct. eystone Iron Worlis. D. M. JABB0E & CO., Proprietors. I MuulMturm mt mU kind, ol Steam 'Engines, Boilers and Machinery aod daaiatB In all kinds of Mill Furulshlnt; Uooila. Attcpts for tba Ham Heparalor, aaal Warahouaa Cleaawa ; tha Ulcbaxtla' Gaca Hbellar. ef all ata well Hltua 1-urjip and Hollar Feed; thaJudsoa Governor, aacA and etr aga&ta for lh fiuffaio laj flaoanaod tataaa. We alaorap la sloct lh rD ninwar. J4S wjt A lea, acenle tbe ( on Ukx- W are the tttarld'vaiil rYaaaura asd f ooe tirrulr HSIjIbsiTH. TOBAOOO AND WIMES. WESTBHN OiaAB. r"OT3Xl."3r. J. A. BAOHMAN & BRO Wholesale Tobacconists .ABO DXAIiUBS ia FOIty AXI IJIIvSTI WI1VKM. 416 Main St.. Kanaaa City, Mo. COM MIMION. A. J. HIIJ.EMPIK. PlMlduat Kium cltj EtmUtr Co. UU Oublv rw NuluuU Bank, Kuhi CUf. GILLESPIE & BANOBOFT. Wholesale Grain g Produce OoztXTtxlasMlozx ACoxoliaxitas, KANSAS OUT, MO. . wi bur idi sell aa eedawa. all tha Produdta af tha Van. i ik, taasita oi Orata lor afkina or sale la this asarkel ar aalawiaaU fcuta aa Frrl KANSAS CITV EUVATOB .COMPANY, In r.u.1 Un. l umr mmh4 l mnrrlu. with urlrtl ...7. .? " "" .uiu.i nN Hmui, 111 iimi uu. A. H. INliKHMllI I lo.ln blub. W. h.r. DKALBU IN Ukfloatliii, HtU-Ulit, ana COAL OILS! Our Ob OU ts lis flm 11s are teat. WE FILL THat BARBTELfl tha dav tttor aaa shipped trues Kaaeae Olr, and wsubaht Vull MaAauaa. 1 hla la a aavlof of trosa ala ta tdsat gailoaa pm haml ta the nuller. Urden iToaa Use eauatrr pawpUj aUM. Ortnca aaa Waeaanosm H C7r. Thlral a teas. Our Uaad-Ught and Otak BtrMla. WAMTKD-J max 4am bed t to kaow that tha Joaa W. H. KELLER z CO. ia A- 1M I.I1 General Mice Comission llBrctms AND PURCHASING AGEVTa. Oor. aaynsTH ui iiuwtii iTBiin, kak.a. oitt. tmr mj FMmkafa. to BiUlra. Umctm Km7, firda, Sawn A Irn. MMkrd. M MO. p.ndirx. ii W.A.M. VAUOHAH, J. M. DAVIMOa, WBa.WlT.Stl8. I Br.iii. VATJQHAN dJ OOm riopRiwruaa or General Storage uai Ocrilr!.i : llMavkul aa akJwfkoUrW Ai r eMrllM,:r ' Offles sad Sslssroos 4J rolaasrs LL, 1 Bat WiwtoiM, ww, Bl.wrn trni Itm.. JUtwtmtt ,

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