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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1892
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Moines i jsZ*; M **'***'iZH * • * i 4>i. 'Bi e A months ::;; any m$ titt manufacturing was confined to Wales. Today there are 43 tin plate factoHes in the United States. During the three months ending Sept. 30,189l< only 826,000 pounds were made at home. During the three months ending June 30, 1892, there were made 8,225,000 pounds. For the year ending June 30, 1892, this country made over 13,000,000 pounds, and the estimated output for the coming year is over one hundred million pounds. The exports of tin from England to the United States in 1891 was 442,000 tone. In 1892 they were but 203,000 tons. Here then has been created by the McKinley act a great national industry, developing American mines and employing labor which lives exclusively on American farm products without increasing by one cent to the ordinary consumer the price which he pays. We commend these facts to the Courier, and with them the following paragraph from the In- wgf^WKySjF^ssj^^Xc Tf r-ri*< '^•^I'fyyzy ••>f^-':~' •> • i ^ • * ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OC^OBEft 12, f-**\\ *c ;K;~,\ «?•* v " templates engaging In literary work. Since leaving Alsrona he has been connected with one of the leading law firms of Sioux City, and his ability as ft lawyer is well known throughout northwestern Iowa. By the change the legal profession loses one of Its bright and shining lights; but none acquainted with his writings, during tne three and A half years that he was editor TnEUpPEn DBS MOINES, will question the statement that in his chosen work he will achieve a brilliant success. We shall hear from A. L. Hudson in the literary leld. AS TO TUB FACTS. One of the most amusing articles of the campaign is the Courier's explanation of how the tariff has raised prices. Two years ago it claimed that everything the people buy would be enormously increased by the McKinley bill. Having leaned that way 1 a little ourselves we two weeks ago invited it to name the articles which had verified its predictions, and so establish the reputations of both papers as prophets. It takes two columns to the task and it names as the necessaries tin, plush, and pearl buttons. That is the sum total of the list, and even then it qualifies its claim, for it does not pretend to believe that tinware has cost the consumer more, but only that some grades cost the dealer more. So that really all our amiable contemporary stands on is plush and pearl buttons as the necessities of life on which the poor people are being robbed by the present tariff. Now if the Courier were inclined to be fair or frank it would take the whole list of the so-called necessaries Of life and show how the tariff had made them cost more to Kossuth dustrial World of Swansea, Wales, the official organ of the Welsh tin makers: " Do not be deceived. The victory of the Jif^i! M^! 8 ,* th ?,P,° 118 means the retention °^jie McKinley bill, and means the rapidly port American trade." ° * ° ex " And we commend to our farmer readers this further advice in the same paper as showing what would be the English policy of factories if the tariff protection moved. exterminating our is re- m » \, i I , conten d that if the masters and men had at once seen tho need of a desperate fight to upset the American pro- gramme; had met together and sunk their florae antipathies anS jealousies and had boldly agreed to divide the hardships of the *t ™gKte for a few months, a different state of things would have been in existence now! and fewer American tin plate establish rnents would have seen the light * " * Plates ought to be cheaper as November the basis. Let the The Cummins-Witmer joint debates are said hot only to be proving disastrous to the democrats candidate, but are also a source of no small amount of amusement. Witmer, the democratic branch of the aggregation, is possessed of a superabundance of adipose tissue, and the report comes that at the Mason City meeting when he appeared on the stage, with all his corpu- lency some wag in the crowd yelled out " Two beers," which so tickled the audience that they laughed for full ten minutes and Witmer was so thoroughly broken up that his speech was very much in the nature of a ghastly success. f full ns to reduce , . e e workmen take half pay for a few months and turn out more. Then let the Blasters coun- were correct ty people. For even if it and tin, plush, and pearl buttons cost as much more as it pretends to believe, the reduction in the cost of sugar made by the McKinley act alone more than overbalances them all. Probably the saving in sugar in one year under the new law would buy all- the imported plush and pearl buttons used in ten years, and go well on towards buying the tinware. If the Courier really intended to show that the new law had made higher prices to Jhe farmer for what he buys, it should at least have named enough articles which cost more to offset what everyone knows cost less. But instead of that it rests its case on these three articles, with a lot of stuff about shoddy in our clothes, -and re- Profits for the same time Thner chants will help to save the trade and their skins— depend upon that." The Courier has some remarks on the reason why woolen goods have not gone up, which it says is due to the use of shoddy. This nonsense its readers can correct for themselves by inspecting woolens in any store in Kossuth which were never of better quality nor cheaper in price than they are today The Courier's talk about higher prices is all moonshine. It cannot name the articles. It cannot verify a single prediction of a year or two ago. It cannot show the people where the McKinley tariff has added a dollar to their burdens, and it dare not discuss the official reports which show how enormously the exports of our farm products have increased since it was enacted, and how enormously the home market for domestic manufacturers are widened It dare not tell its readers about the $51, 000,000 a year it reduced the revenues of the government, neither dare it show them that the tariff taxes are less per capita than at any time since 1863. The Courier cannot position at a single A young democratic orator, address- Ing an audience in Clay county, says the Clay County News, held the republicans responsible for the formation of all the big trusts, notably the hard coal and the sugar trusts. He scarcely knew what to say when some one quietly suggested that possibly Uncle Sam might be admitting these two articles free of duty. It looks as if the Andrews Opera company was being pursued by a hoodoo. A late account says: "Some futility seems to pursue the Andrews Opera company. Recently, at Rochester, their car was ac- cldently switched on a siding, where it collided with a freight train, and the rear of the car was badly smashed, and dishes cooking utensils, etc., destroyed. Tracy Collins, a chorus girl, had her wrist broken and several others wore badly bruised." IN THIS NEiaHBOEJOOD. Mr. Peterson and wife of Alsronn andReubBuell and wife of LuVerne were here to attend the ~~ wedding Wednesday. Enterprise^ Bode, Humboldt is an aerolite that' fell from the heavens' on the land of plaintiff and was found about three feet below the surface. It came to its position in the earth through natural causes. It wai one of nature's deposits, with nothing in its material composition tb make it foreign or unnatural to the soil. It was not a movable thing 'on the earth.' It was in the earth and in a very significant sense immovable, that is, it was only movable as parts of earth are movable, by the hand of man." After further reviewing this line of argument the judge brings out several fine points in the following words! " If aerolites are as indicated in argument departures from other planets, and if among the planets of the solar system there is this interchange, upon what principle of reason or authority can we say that a deposit thus made shall not be of that class of property that it would be if originally of this planet and in the same situation? If these exchanges have been going on through the countless ages of our planetary system, who shall attempt to determine what part of the rocks and formations of especial value to the scientist, resting in and upon the earth, are of meteoric acquisition and a part of that class of property designated in argument as ' unowned things,' to be the property of the fortunate finder in- IK THE POLITICAL WHIRL, Stone and Willafd Discussed the Issues Jointly Last Saturday— A Good Meeting. id high In its it to anyone. Dollivef's Meeting at LuVerne Was a Hummesr—Other Meetings to be Held Soon. stead of the owners of the soil, if rule contended for is to obtain." the Court adjourned last Saturday afternoon in time to give the court house hall to Messrs. Stone and Willard, who crossed blades in a joint debate of the political issues. The audience was not large at first, owing doubtless to the fact that Saturday is a busy day, and few people feel that they can spare an afternoon to listen to political discussion. Many came in, however, during the progress of the meeting, and before its close the room was fairly well filled. Mr. Willard opened in an address of 55 minutes, in which he presented his case from the standpoint of democracy. Mr. Stone followed in a hour and a quarter, and speech of an Mr. Willard OUR "Y" IS OOOKED OUT. The Supreme Court Determines Adversely on the Subject-Says the Need of a '« Y" Must bo Shown Before It is Ordered. With the Republican's libel suit disposed of and our " Y" case out of court, it becomes a serious question what we are to do for the necessary excitement craved by all humanity. The supreme court has just handed down its decision in our long-contested " Y" case, and we are knocked out of the box. The opinion gives all the particulars, and here it is: "The case is an action in equity to ilroad had 20 minutes in The gentlemen are which to sum up. candidates for at- his return him all the good one can. Opera House nt Bancroft Bancroft Eegistef: Twenty-fi, Bancroft's business men have < a stock company and each subscribe" $40 opera house. It's a ! f\ They have secured two, lota "^ north of the Phoenix house ' work on the building will immediately, The carpenter"*™ been let to A G. Anderson which be 36x48 with stage 20x38 'and ceiling. The entire cost will be $1,500, which Will be a good improvement to our town. JOHN F, BUNCOMBE'S VIEWS. The Democrats Against Protection Cleveland to Carry »-«on- Pensloners. John F. Buncombe talked about el tion prospects at . Sioux City, and the" eo " Journal reporter "The only thing gives his that can views-- nnt f . , county, is the very latest, Vol. 1, No. 1. Phhed in a town thflt town Ieaac thflt has wmiam - point, sustain and its we re- Friday night the Emmet house at Estherville was partially destroyed by fire. A brakeman named Brennan, who was sleeping ln the room in which the blaze started, lost his life. His home is at Sioux Falls. Emmetsburg Democrat: J. M Hefley supposed that he was the only surviving soldier of the Mexican war in fn£nTS, ty Until - Tuesda J'. when he formed the acquaintance of D. M Davis of Vernon, who was also a Mexican VGuGPftn. ElmorePost: A. D. Clarke of Algona was in town Monday ........ B M Richmond of Bancroft stopped here on his road home from Dakota. He re- portethe crops in the parts he visited as being very good ........ Matt. Richardson of Algona is here with a drove of ponies from Idaho. They are the best ponies ever brought here and are being sold reasonably. enforce an order of the board of railroad commis sioners of the state of Iowa requiring do fendants, C., M. & St. P. Railroad company to connect their tracks at Algona with the C. & N. W. Railroad company. A demurrer to the petition was over- ruled. The defendants refused to plead further and ap pealed. The finding of the court that the mandatory order of the board to make the connection was erroneous and not in conformity to the spirit of the law, does not injure the power of the board materially, but simply prevents them from ordering useless connections, which, by the way, they seldom do. The case was opened by the people of Algona in a petition to the board for the connection. The board investigated and made the order, and in doing so said: In this case the investigation made by the commissioners failed to satisfy them that ttiere was any commercial necessity for the connection. The decision of the case must rest U p 0 n the construction of the statute. 1MB, as has been before stated, they have always regarded and still regard as mandatory. It is therefore hereby ordered that the connection be made at the earliest day practicable.' The court disagrees with the st°n a t ?£ *? th ° meanin & ° f the law, and states that connections must be shown to be necessary before they are ordered." torney general on the republican and democratic tickets respectively. Both are pleasing speakers, and both commanded the closest attention throughout. No summary of the speeches could do them justice, hence none will be attempted. Each received more or less applause as he made what appeared to be a telling point on his adversary; and while partisans will of course urge that their speaker had the best of it, and many will say that the other fellow was totally annihilated, yet we believe the mass of thinking people will agree that Mr. Willard's argument suffered much in comparison with that o f Mr. Stone, the republican. Mr. Willard told some very good stories, many of which had little or no bearing on the case, but they served a very poor purpose in conteracting the array of facts and figures presented by his opponent. Both went south on the evening train. Dolliver at iuVernc. The largest political gathering ever held in southern Kossuth was that of the Dolliver meeting at LuVerne last Cleveland's carrying Iowa this fall will be the soldier vote." No loss representative a democrat than Jno. F. Buncombe of Fort Dodjre was the speaker. He was in Sioux Citv yesterday from his home. The striking statement just indicated was made with the impressive positiveness that marks this veteran democratic leader whether he be nominating Gov. Boies for the presidency in the Chicago convention or talking politics on the sidewalk. It was while doing the latter that he spoke as quoted. But don't understand me as ex Wednesday evening. an excellent account from which we The News gives of the meeting, extract: "Not less A BOILER EXPLOSION. one of them, or else in the interests of | honest discussion to admit that it was mistaken and that the McKinley act I did not do what it was charged would do. it to the Land Owner, smd Not to the Man Who Found It. Our readers who remember the law suit which arose over the Winebago county meteor will be interested in the duced prices for farm products, and in-1 new our invit ation to it to repeat its I THB WINNEBAGO METEOE. vites THE UPPER DBS MOINES to stand P l ' edic tions O f two years ago and verify The supreme CoT^Tsays it «„,„„ up beside it and swear at the tariff. ' one of them ' 01> olan in fKo «"*-—*- -•' »~ «------ " ay8 " BelonKB We shall probably be excused for dis missing imported plush and pearl buttons considered as necessaries of life, with the single remark that anyone who will talk with G. R. Wdodworth of Bancroft will learn that the biggest plush factory in the world is being now put in at Jamestown, N. Y., as a result of the McKinle'y tariff, and that anyone interested in pearl buttons can learn that an American invention has in the past year cheapened by the noihinVfv"^ VT e WWch has | meteoi - toth ^ a ^ownerand a nortoih; nothing behind it, when it tries to make man who found out that the prices of farm produce | to do with the likewise famous Koss'uth A Serious Accident Near AVesley • Last Week-One Life Lost and Con- slderable Destruction of Property. A boiler explosion occurred at the place of Martin Hendron, eight miles northeast of Wesley, last week, which resulted in the death of a boy named Jake Earth, and the burning of a separator and a quantity of grain. Presnell and son were operating their steam threshing outfit at the place named. It seems the boiler was being used without a water glass, making it necessary to depend upon the water gauges. John Ray of Algona was running the engine, and he corroborates than 600 people gathered at the M. E. church last Wednesday evening to hear Congressman Dolliver talk politics. Algona, Bancroft, and Burt sent delegations numbering in the aggregate nearly 100 persons, while about 40 came from Corwith and a large number from Ken wick. Standing room was at ai premium inside the building long before the speaker began, and the crowd overflowed and extended into the street by 8 o'clock. But in spite of the inadequate accommodations the audience listened with rapt attention for over two hours to an address such as only Dolliver can make. The speaker took up, in their order, the leading questions of the hour and analyzed, sifted . . ~ ~ —•—• •"* ««"«"«. "-*G uS OXt)rpftB» ing a sincere doubt as to Cleveland's ability to carry tho state," continued Mr Buncombe. "I believe that ho will carry it, but at the same time I believe that there is a menace to his prospects in the soldier vote." ., '^ hv will the latter be against him?" inquired the reporter, who was chatting with Mr. Buncombe. "It's all on account of this pension business," was the frank reply. ''The soldiers are pretty sure to go for Hardson for tho reason that those who are not now drawing a pension hope to get one through republican legislation.'? "Well, there are 40,000 pensioners. In this numben there are probably 30,000 soldiers, the others being widows and children. Besides the 30,000 voters now drawing pensions, there are several thousand more who want to draw one as I said a moment turn. Aitr,™**,,,.,' moment ago. Altogether' te " and disposed of them in "a cfelr? logical and convincing way that could not fail to carry conviction to an unprejudiced mind. Eloquence, wit, and argument characterized th e< address, and the ly applauded by his deUghted^eare^s!" Meetings to Come. Mr. Dolliver has appointments in the county for this week as follows; At Whittemore, Oct. 12; Bancroft, Oct. 13; Oct. 14, and at Wesley, Oct. II And it is against Cleveland?" it ' » is a very great danger Gen. Sickles'speech, in which he ferred to Cleveland's attitude on sions at the recent G. A. R. ment in Washington?" "No, I hardly think that it is. It is generally admitted that the soldiers were not very friendly to Cleveland at the close of his administration four ?^™^1 . T ?°?-' t kn ?* that thero is to re- pen- encamp- cut little figure in come squa'rely to Kossuth, and we the tin question, have declined since the McKinley tariff, county meteor. Tfae Register savs- irs headed by the tnan Jialf the ordinary grades of nearlThnrv,,,,,,- u ~. ~—"" M«"««. preaoiii, ana lour opi M*. B»,,„„.„ ^ pearl js S-^SEE-S? t ±,!r'"'"r —"»- "»*<> about butter and the hundred other products which have " " " " " un- Among «, i™-, u decided was the peculiar the Winnebago county aerolite case, this bv \^?\ a .?. tho flr A t case of the kind a court and Harris shows that agricultural products have in the past two years increased over 18 ..." o 7 ....« *.v, ^Wl lUUUlittCB this statement. As Mr. Ray tells the story, he had just gone a few feet away from his work when he heard a noise as of escaping steam, and turned to see the boiler collapse, the break being- at or near the fire box. This blew the fire through the flues and into the straw pile, which was set on fire and consumed, together with the separator. ™° boy, Jake Earth, was cutting the excitement was for- The bands, and in down. finance u- j - — «». 4uoHuun, i products which hnv* h™ ^ i,- u If"I*!? 6 th ° 25 a PP licant s for admission Which in more than one way furnishe JriceTc aims that evervthin ? * * ^ ^ Whioh a number of ateBtofthewholematterofproteotlojL™ cases ™ heard. Am And first as to the fact in our origin al challenge, does tin cost the consumer We offer the following from I Senators Carlisle and" Haprte's'hows l of las " t resor t has passed"upon" Algona's hardware merchants in reply, that agricultural products have in the J °n n G ° d , dard V8 ' H " V. ^ „..„. being the substance of conversations | past two vear« in,™, _ A" ™ ScTnT'Bh«man^judgT '^^ was appointed to ex, ^^fo^e^^^^^ But the non-partisan senate | the cases committee investigated the substance with them: • Henry Winkie: "The consumer of ordin ary tinware Is not paying more for his goods than he did before. We have to sell nZ? aWe iftd^o^rf^ I <* ^ -port, he does not question'thi's" I « 'jo^WSS^ T ? 8 V Wwiir b r^r e r?ca C n a1 ^^^^^ We challenge the Cou- J^Pf!^»?H^h?J5Llin U taking the market. I think it Is true that I if 1 *? . quote a table U8ed by Senator 1 cent, in selling value. And while Sen'-1 Grange^, J.""'"""' JUUe °' Affl "**M ator Carlisle questions the conclusions Tf T hat is th e official record of the case of the republicans as to some parts J ^rX^K J^CffiS so badly burned that he lived onlV'a short time. The boiler was so badly damaged as to be of no further use We believe there is something in the Iowa statute which makes it a misdemeanor to use a boiler without a water glass, in which event it is likely that a responsibility rests upon some one for this accident. There can be no doubt as to the mam facts in the case, as our information comes from Mr. Rav who was a witness of the disaster. w ' . Many are planning to go from Algona to these meetings. The fla^ beau club, together with those in ™ e with torches, will help to swell the crowds and awake enthusiasm. LOOAL MISCELLANY. The Hough-Hart Wedding. The Livermore Gazette gives the following concerning the Hough-Hart reason to changed. " Can't Cleveland get as many sol- J o?" S a8 G ° V> B ° ies did a y«ap «»-*; rha T i8 adii ? cult question to an- Sorn!t!" yd0n ' tkn ° W Wh6therhe There being at least a seemino- dis- S[° na t this point to BubSfe indefiniteness for definiteness in opinion a skin°^ 0rt » T ve . erad to the tariff tack,' Mr n^'nn V st , what interpretation, ^L?"^ 0lnb , e ! do . vou P"t on the tariff wedding at that place: It was a very joyous occasion which transpired at the Hart home in this town last Wednesday evening, it being the wedding of . L by another year the bulk of tho tin the tne n and the world. G. M. Howard: "No sir, tin ware has not gone up in price, on the contrary I think a , bl 'l ef 8ketch of finding of the heavenlv er and the unusual law points The facts found by the dis- 14. . . — *VW»»M. uj uuta U1B- It is all | }£!£*. cour t were substantially as fol- a half-section of -V"m be Americanr-I-thhik It fs a fact Tat I «ri^rt^ 11 ^ 116 *^ "^ 8hOW that I me ^° n - •\heWelshtinmakers are coming here as | f g products have increased I involve ja^t as they can, and that America will eopn be the great tin producing country of t.hA wnrlrl " i ~~o— " v ««.»w «*»w VFI i/,yu tirLiuiesunfi nt. t rni,« Ihere is a naif-section of land in nnebago county that has been owned it is a little' cheaper. TheTende'noy I "" " u "^ u '-" Hlln ln vestigatlon made in I °y Goddard since 1857. In 1890 he of all kinds of hardware has been down, tho most thorough manner, and here is " especially this last year. I think on most the endorsement of the fthloat fl om things the consumer gets hardware cheaper :„ BOU » e "™ 01 tne ablest democrat **•"" — " * I in congress. If the Courier intends to be honest in the matter it will either for than a year ago." J. W. Robinson; " There has been no advance in the price of tinware. The buyer gets as low or lower prices than two years ,8go. On some goods in our line, especially nails, tha price is lower than before. I don't know of a thing in our line on which prices are higher than before the new tariff law." J. F. Gilmore: "There is not a word of truth in the statement that tin goods have gone up in price. I am now using American tin plate and it costs $1.50 less a box than It did a year ago. The tendency in prices is down in our lino." We might leave this whole tin ques* tion right here, so far as the Courier's statement is concerned. But the development of this industry in the United States is so remarkable an il lustration of what a protective tariff does that we give a few other facts. Blere is the evidence of our own markets ||ie Kossuth farmer has not paid prices for his ware. What on !ther hand has the tariff dQne for 'manufacturer? Two years ago the refute this report, or it will admit that the prices of farm produce have improved, A meeting of Tenth district under takers was held at Webster City last week We aro not Just clear as to tho object of the gathering, but there is something very sug gestive in it, coming as it does just before election. Is it possible that they have eye on the democratic party'I The latest thing announced is the typefounders'trust. We aro glad to know of this. Heretofore we have been foolish enough to pay typefounders cash for every thing we have bought from them. it *K fann to John / Q n ^ ,-- Ma X 20 the meteorite fell on the farm and buried itself to depth of three feet. It was in shape and probably a fragment of large meteor which passed over tut, northwestern part of the state, causing munn oynifomont T* A, . *~p a irregular a over the much pounds -and had considerable scientific excitement. It weighed 66 POB COLUMBUS DAT. The Public School Programme Its Observance. Quite elaborate preparations are being made by the public schools to ob^ serve Columbus day, Oct. 21. They will assemble at the school house at 9 o'clock on the morning of the 21st, and after raising a flag above the building, with appropriate ceremonies, assisted' by the veterans of the G. A. R., adjournment will be had to the Congregational church, where, after the '' ' Hough of Irvington and Miss ,nf- t .? f <. t , hi8 P lace - A Jarge num? ber of invitations had been sent out a " d "f ari y a" the young associates and 1 school mates of the bride were present besides the relatives, and few occasions have ever transpired in our city where there seemed to be such general Ttlanli- -i . _ ' t} **" |-"-w v*i uuo bULll! gank,adopted by the Chicago conven- no«Tw«? nly fintel> P r etation that it is possible to put upon it. It is a straight Nofhin'i-' tariff - f or-revenue-only plank! * Nothing more nor less can be made of ino- « N "« n , ly mean that in the levy- hf ° f tanff du "es for the support of the M v n r n n, ont no discrimination be i. He same tax exactly should on the article manufactured country as U pon the article m this MSST* ab '- ad *herl B «^| De absolutely no protection." resulTfL ln ° ldental protection should KL fl °, m .. the w °rkings of a to lo be ttonal." revenue ™«onstitution- man. That W0uld ha ™ purpose of the law the la* Pronounced unconstitu- the "It would tion 1 are toi construction as ing very easy?" '"e juggling easy that securing of protec- n. The democrats their opposition to that to be possible." Another Suit for LuVerne Review: G. C. has re they will has POJU1 - an The many friends of A. L. Hudson in this part of the state will be Interested in the announcement that he has withdrawn from the law practice at Sioux City, and, according to the information received, con- value. The day after its fall a man named Peter Hoagland armed himself with a shovel and went to the lot in company with Eleckson and dug it un and carried it home. He claimed it as his by the same right that Columbus claimed the new world for his sovereign-the right of discovery. Three days after Hoagland sold it to the defendant in the case, H. V. Wincholl for $105. _ He held t until it was re- iate to the occasion by Sheets, Jos. W. Hays, and Dr. Barr a dialogue entitled "Columbus, or Dis' coyery Day, "accompanied by tableaux, by the Various and sundry rumors with ref- .ence to the possibility of a joint de- Mf ft,, n """jrocu-H ago, Mr. Burtis was one of a number of Lu- Verneites who went' " u Trade plevined by Goddard, who owned the land, he claiming that it was his because it was found on his land. WineheU at once went into court and it was tried. Goddard claimed it was ment .. _ congress in this district, Mr. Eugene Tellier of this place 3 moving causes which prompt- m 4 enr ! iow M r- T e»ier on the He said such a suggestion had « h,,t «„ formal 1 to let them ride <3»jf i.' 01UB ea against the company and t^ 8 , br ; ought but honest shoe to- May Bdmondi .. Tableaux-Ferdinand and iiabeiia was was part of the soil on In behalf of appellant is invoked ' ul f. also ancient and of undoubted m t, that of title by occupancy " Judge Granger in writing his on says: " The subject of the the time, but has now tal±ttf5? L 8 - a * even. now taken stepstoget er- n- Pav pf °,?' wQar ?y Garflefd, l^orniau Hart wmS c d ;/K rank J? Wttrd - 01 » u a •Nlooulln, Willie Salisbury, WllUe Hunt, Walter King! i • t i complete programme will be published next week. Everybody is cor- waxed-ends he has aiov thoroughly post himself dially invited. By order of committee. ever did in his Iffe) and contains nothing tffiis >er. We presume able to answer his absence and assist

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