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WEEKLY HERALD: PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, JULY 24, 1890.
1 1 T miTTl TiTfM TTfTI
The Alliance Men Complicate
Politics in Minnesota.
THEY WILL NAME A STATE TICKET
Joint Sherman Not Iteadj to Leave the
the Senate Unless, Forsooth, the Presi
dency Looms Ahead Speaker Reed's
Letter TennesMee Democrats.
St. Paul, Minn., July 17. At the
afternoon session of the Farmers' Alli
ance there was a warm debate over a
motion that the Alliance should take
independent political action in the cam
pnign- and place a state ticket in the
field. There was considerable opposi
tion to such action, several prominent
delegates contending that the better
course would be to declare a platform
and await the developments of the
contest between the two principal par
ties. The motion, however, was car
ried by a majority of 194. After the
committee on credentials reported, a
committee was appointed to confer
with a delegation from the Labor
Union which was in attendance. It is
not probable that any understanding
will be aerreed upon, as there is a stronir
element in. the Alliance as well as in the
Labor party opposed to a union of
action. The first informal ballot on a
nomination for governor was taken and
resulted in 1 4 being cast for Knnte iel
son, Dt for Brooks, 94 for Ignatius Don
nelly, and others scattering. The vote
for Donnelly has surprised his friends,
who thought he was sure to lead. Nel
son has repeatedly declared his inten
tion to keep out of the field. After this
ballot, which simply indicates the tem
per of the delegates and is not decisive,
the convention adjourned for the day.
A Letter from Reed.
Pittsburg, July 17. The secretary of
the American Republican club of this
city has received the following letter
from Speaker Reed, who was recently
elected an honorary member of the club:
I have received your letter informing me of
my election as an honorary member of the
Amerieaa Republican club, and transmitting
tiie yenerous and encouraging resolution of
the club approval of the pussage of
the federal election bill. I need not
tell that I hold in highest esteem the
honor which is thus conferred on me
by election to membership in so famous and
influential a club, and 1 hope you will express
to the club my thanks for the. honor. Allow
me also, as one of the Republican majority in
the house, to express my appreciation of your
resolution of the approval of tlie passage of
the federal election bill, and it is my sincere
hope thn before many days your club may
have the satisfaction of knowing tliat the
measure to which your club has lent such
local support has become the law of the land.
Very truly yours, T. B. Kekii.
Sherman Will Hold On.
Washington, July 17. Senator John
Sherman's retiring disposition h:is not
to be a candidate for re-election to ihe
senate in H2. He remarked that a
news-pair paragraph to the effect that
lie would retire "had about as much
truth as such things usually had." He
pointed out that he was credited with 04
years instead of 07, arid refused to say
what his plans rniht be three years
ahead. There is, however, one condi
tion on which he would retire from the
pe"te that is: an election to the presi
dency. If this condition is not brought
a boat in "t2 the Ohio legislature will
undoubtedly be given the privilege of
re-electing Senator Sherman.
Nashville, Tenn., July 17. The
state Democratic convention took six
ballots yesterday without result. Pat
terson and Baxter have both gained a
few votes, taken mostly from Taylor.
Buc hanan, the farmers' candidate, still
leads, but has never reached his first
ballot. Th'3 probabilities are that to
day will witness the close and the nom
ination, possibly, of an outside man.
Cmisrressman Kerr Made Cliaiiynan.
HAKiusEC.'i.i, Pa., July 17. Congress
man Kerr of Clearfield was unanimously-
sc'octc-d as chairman of the Demo
cratic committee at a meeting of thw
committee in this city. The new chair-:
man made a sieech accepting the chair
manship. Ohio Iieuhlir!sii.
Cleveland, O., July 17. The Repnb
li state convention made th? follow
i;: l-ominations: Secretary of state,
I.aniel J. Rvan: supreme judge, Thad-
ic.wis A r.iinsuau: meuioei m
'I card of public works, Frank J. Mc-
Republicans Nominate an Alliance Man.
Terue Haute, Intl., July 1 7. The
Republicans of the Eighth Indiana dis
trict nominated Joint Senator James A.
Mount of Montgomerj county tor con
gress on the tirt badut. He is a iarm-jr
and a Farmers' Alliance man.
Jtul jjiiient Kiled.
Philadelphia, July 17. Judgmenrs
iT-Te'ratuig $:3r,0')0 were filed in court
against T. 13. Coi & Bros., manufac
turers of hosiery. It is thought they
will make an assignment. Their lia
bilities are said to be !flO),Mt)0; asset.-..
Defeated the Manitoba!' at t'ricKef.
New York, July 17. The Manitoba
Cricket club of Winnipeg, Man., and
the New Jersey Athletic club eleven
rdayed a game at Bergan Point. The
New Jersev team won with a score of
103, to 5!) for the Manitobans.
Washington, July 17. Superintend
ent Porter received from Supervisor
Gilbert the final figures of the popula
tion of Chicago which place the popula
tion of that city at 1,101,203. In 1S0.
the official count showed a population
of 503, ISo in Chicago.
Made Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
Washington', Jul I 7 Commander
J. R. Seely, United States Navy, who
has been filling the office of librarian
and chief of the bureau of war records,
was appointed assistant secretary of the
INCOME AND ODTGO
Keorescntative Cannon Sizes
Up the Current Fiscal Year.
WAXAMAKER'K TELEGRAPH I5ILI
Introduced in the Senate Twin City
Census Fraud Chairman Cooley Again
at III I'ont CommlsHioner Itaum's
Method Kx-Treanurer UuHtnn Sued.
Washington, July 17. Representa
tive Cannon, chairman of the house ap
propriation committee, is out with a
statement about the revenue3 and ex
penditures of the government daring
the fiscal vear. in which he says the
revenue will overbalance appropriations,
The appropriations for the year justly
chargeable to expenses for the current
fiscal vear amount to ol 7.500.000. Of
this amount at least $20,000,0)0 will not
be expended during the current fiscal
year, which will cut the expenditures
down to jf-97 ,000,o00. To this sum, he
sas, should be added the permanent
appropriations, 101,500,000, for the in
tt-rest on the public debt and to meet the
retjuii t ments of the sinking fund, mak
ing m all $01)0,000,000 chargeable against
the revenues tor l!SV!. If the sinking
fund be deducted from this sum, there
remains .i50,oou,ou0. The ordinary
revenues tor the government for the
Uscal vear ended June 80, lfUO, are re
poi ieu uy the treasury at $402,083,000.
buuer existing laws tnere is no reason
to antuinaie a less sum from the orUin
ary reveuues during 1801. The postal
revenues for 1801 are estimated by the
postmaster treneral at 6o.4l4,000, mak
mj a total Ji 407,497,000. Deducting
aggregate appropriations of $350,000,000
there will be. 2ir. Cannon says, a sur
plus of vH7,497,0)0, which is more than
pmple to meet the requirements of the
p eusion law and tne reduction or taxa
tion from the enactment of the McKin
ley bill, estimated at $i0,000,000.
The Postal Telegraph Hill.
Washington, Jul 17. Mr. Sawyer
introduced in the senate a bill prepared
by the postmaster general to carry out
his ideas for the establishment ot a
limited post and telegraph service. Tb
bill authorizes the postmaster general
vo invite proposals for a ten year con
tract for the transmission of postal tele
grams at specified ratesv which ate for
twenty words or less within a state or
betwee.i stations less than 300 miles
apart, 15 cents; between stations not
icss man 20 jjiles apart, east of an d
luckuuiig Wisconsin, lilinois,Kentucky,
Tennessee and Alississippi, 25 cents;
west of these states, 5 cents, etc. Tele
grains are to be transmitted in order of
iuing, except that priority is to be given
government telegrams. The text of the
bill was printed some time ago.
co.n ; it eks i ) ; A l mo c k e d i x g s.
Washingtox' July 17. The senate
after transacting some routine business
went into executive session and con
tinued the nominations of live of the
general appraisers whose names were
!ent in some days aero. The senate then
resumed consideration of the sundry
civil apprcpriation bail, and after a long
debate over a proposed amendment, in
creasing appropriations for topographic
sinveys, and repealing the irrigable
lauds reservoir law of June, 1888, with
oufaction on the amendment, adjourned.
The house spent pari of the day's ses
sion discussing the land grant forfeiture
bill, but this measure was laid asiae
without action to consider a conference
report on a western river bridge bill.
Lack of a quorum and a call of the
house took up the time until 7 p. m..
when, with 1519 members present, and
voting, the motion to adjourn was car
ried. The Twin City Census Frauds.
Washington, July 17. Attorney
General Miller was at the census office
id had a conference with Superintend
ent Porter relative to the alleged fraud
ulent census returns from the cities of
. Paul and Minneapolis. Attorney
General Miller, it is said, announced
bis intention of prosecuting with vigor
ail those who had a hand in the attempts
nade to falsify the returns from those
Will I n vest isra t e ilium's Methods.
Washington, . July 17. The house
x-mmittee on rules considered the reso
lution introduced by R. resentative
(.vper of Indiana providi.ig for an in
vestigation of pension office methods
under Commissioner Raum, but came
to no conclusion. On account of th.9
discussion in the house of the present
administration of the pension office it is
believed that an investigation will be
Chairman Cooley Itecovers.
Washington, July 17. Chairman
Cooley, of the interstate commerce
commission, quietly returned to the
office of the commission on Saturday
ist, apparently completely restored to
Health. He at once resumed his official
duties, and has leen actively at work
Suit A jrsinst Ex-Treasurer Huston.
Washington, July 17. Suits for $112
against United States Treasurer Uuston,
by tin Lumbermen's National Bank of
Williamsport, Pa., and by the Farmers
and Merchants' bank, of Valley City, S.
D., for $08.40, have been instituted for
amounts claimed to be due those banks.
International Council of Gongregatloi
London, July 17. The Rev. Dr. Dale
has accepted the" presidency of the . In
ternational Council of Congregational
ists. which will meet in July, 183J. The
Rev. Dr. Storrs of Brooklyn will preach
the inaugural sermon.
Germany Adopts Movable Barracks.
London. July 17. The German gov
ernment has adopted a r system of mov
able barracks, which v ill greatly im
prove the quarters of tioops in frequent
Tuesday's Base Ball Games.
At Colamhus Columbus. 10: Iirnoklyn.2.
AtHt. lrai-St. Louis, &, Athletics, a.
At Louisville LoulttviUe, 10; Syracuse, 3.
At Toledo Toledo, 6; Kochtwter, 8.
At Minneapolis Mln'p'lls. 10: St Paul, 0.
AtMilwaukee Milw'kee, 1 Denver, tf.
PLATBM' LEA Oft.
At Koston ItoHton. Buffalo, ti.
At Urooklyn Mrooklj n. : l'ittsimnr. 2.
At l'hiladelhia i'hiia'lihia. 7; Oik-Hie o,2.
At New York Brooklyn. 5: Cleveland, 0.
At Boston Boston. 14: Cleveland. 9.
At Philadelphia 1'hiiVphia. : lltUbnrK, 4.
At New torlt-.Nsw 1 ork. Cincinnati, a.
At Brooklyn Brooklyn. ; Chicago,
A Crazy Frenchman.
Paris, July 10. When President Car
not was about to enter Elysee palace on
lus return from Long Champs, a man
standing near by fired a revolver into
tp air. lie was promptly arrested.
Uion being taken to the nearest police
station he said he was a chemist and the
author of many inventions. lie had
leen out of employment for some time.
and wished to attract the attention or
the president and the public to his case.
The police say the revolver was loaded
with blank cartridges.
Kiclt Strike of Gold In Wyoming.
Landers, Wye, July 16. Phil
Ilorsch and Sam Davis, lb and 17 years
old respectively, who for some weeks
have been working three mininsr claims
ni;0 feet st u'h of the famous Buckey
mine, twenty miles south of here, on
Saturday htruck ore which assays from
!00 to $40,000 per ton in free gold.
This is the richest discovery ever made
in the state, and the miners have started
for the new fields by hundreds.
A I't'iirtion Fraud.
Wilkesrarre, Pa., July 16. Oscar
Nicholson, a well-known lawyer here,
was held by the United States commis
sioner to answer for securing fraudulent
affidavits in .the case of John Heibisc'i.
wh died from the effects of an assault
committed by fellow prisoners while in
Wilkesbarre jail, but whose widow pro
cured a jension on the ground that
death resulted from injuries received
dv.ring the war.
International Cricket Match.
Philadelphia, July 16. In the inter
national cricket match the Canada
eleven finished their first inning with
141 runs to their credit. They went in
for their second innii g and were re
til ed for 97 runs, or a total of 238 for
the game. 31 less than the United States
team inade in their first inning.
Judgment Against the Electric Sugar Co.
New York, July 16. James Moore,
a? assignee of the English investors in
the fraudulent Electric Sugar company,
was awarded judgment against J. H.
Robertson and W. H. Cottrell, officers
of the company, who induced the plain
tins '.o'invest in the concern.
Stopped by the Authorities.
Kenosha, Wis.. July lG.-The Carrey-Fitzgerald
right did not come off as
advertised. The police had orders to
stop th- fight wherever they found it.
This became known to the parties and
no attempt was made to light. It was
postponed for two weeks.
Capsizod and Sunk.
Ely, Vt., July 10. The steam tu;;
Pearl was capsized and sunk in Fair
Lee pond during a severe storm, and
L'apf. Frank Brown, aged 33, was
I'trowned. Several other boats wert
upset, but their occupants escaped.
I)-s Moines Club Disbands.
Moines, July 16. The
Des Mooes, July 16. Tae D.v
Moires Base Ball association, at a meet
ing of the directors and stockholders of
.he club, decided to disband the club,
and accordingly every member of the
team was paid off and released.
A lloodler Conies Hack.
New York, July 16. Ex-Alderman
Cbas. Dempsey. of the boodle board of
18S4. who has been sojourning in Cana
da, appeared at the district attorneys
office and was admitted to bail in the
sum of 2o,000.
To Annul Naturalization Papers.
St. Louis, July 16. Suits to annul
the records in 102 naturalization .: es
on the ground that the papers were ob
tained fraudulently, are being pushed
Signed by Sioux City. u
Milwaukee, Vv'is., July 16. Ilardie
Henderson, the old Baltimore player and
until recently an umpire in the Western
association, signed to pitch tor the Sioux
Glanders at Ilaimi ial.
Hannibal, Mo., July 16. Dr. Pave
Paqnin of Columbia has been tele
graphed to come here to investigate two
e or veil ueunul g:;ni'.lerd.
IMiidiiigr Twine 'Will Advance.
Minneapolis, Minn., July 17. The
omunig ot o-i) tons oi uinuiiig twine
here Tuesday will cause a sharp ad
vance, l lie amount- ourneu represents
seven-eighths of the entire amount in the
Twin Cities, and prices will go up'i cent
to 4 or ") cents a pound. This risi? will
i.h'ecr the entire country.
Binhamiton, N. Y.. July 17. Car
ter & Darrow, cigar manufacturers as
signed. Liabilities unknowu.
An Ocean Flyer's Time.
New York, July 17. The White Star
steamship Teutonic arrived at Sandy
Hook at 7:15, having made the run from
Roch's point by the long route, 2,838
miles, in 5 days, 21 hours and 53 miu.
This is equal to, or letter, than the o
days, 19 hours and IS minute trip of the
City of Paris, the latter coming in by
the short route. 2.788 mil -
Mrs. Parnell 111.
Bordentown, N. J., July 15). Mrs.
Parnell, mother of the Irish statesman,
is suffering from cholera morbus and is
confined to her be.d. Owing to her age
and general poor condition of health,
Ler Illness is considered serious.
Asiatic Cholera in Kansas.
Atchison, Kan., July 19. Mrs. W.
R. Bishop, wife of a well-known citizen,
died here of Asiatic cholera. It was a
sporadic case and it is not believed thsit
there is any danger of more cases appearing.
NEW LIPR BILL.
A Dozen Bottles or Five
Ions of Liquor
MAKE LP AN Oil 1(1 1 XAL PACKAGE
h Senr.te I'aHsen the Kill Granting Land
for a SoldU 'V Homo in ATahlnKton
Six Uiiiulrcu aud Thirty-Six Xcw Clerks
for the Pension Office.
Washington, July 10. At a confer
ence of the representatives of the liquor
interests in this city with members of
the house who are opposed to the pend
ing original package bill, the following
.substitute was framod to be offered in
the hou.-c- by Mr. Adams of Illinois:
Pe it EiiActed, etc.. That it shall not
be lawful to imiort into any f-tate or
territory from any other state or terri
tory. r from the District of Columbia,
any fenuented, distilled or other intoxi
catirg liquors, except in one or more
original packages, as defined by this act.
Sl.t . i. Ihat for the purposes of this
act an rjginal package of intoxicating
liquor in bottles shall be a case contain
ing not less than one dozen bottles and
an original package of liquor not in
I onics shall contain not less than five
gallons. Provided, however, that an
original package of liquor imiorted
from any foreign nation shall contain
the quantity required by the laws re
lating to duties upon imports.
Sec. 3. It snail not be lawful to sell
within any state or territory any intoxi
cating liquor imiorted in such state or
territory except in the original package
in which the same has been imported
and subject to the reasonable police reg
ulations of such state or territory regu
lating such liquor as a beverage.
Washington, July 16 The senate
passed the bill granting land to the state
of Washington for a soldiers' .home. Al
most the entire afternoon waa spent in
the discussion of a proposed amendment
to the eiindry civil appropriation bill
increasing the appropriation bill for ir
rigation surveys from $200,000 to $000,
000. Without voting on the amendment
th? senate p. adjourned.
The house spent iho entire day in the
discussion of a bill appropriating $(:'t;.
11) for an additional force of 636 clerks
in the pension office. It was used as
the text of a discussion ot the extrava
gance of appropriations, the charges re
cently made against Commissioner
Rr.uni and the civil service question
The bill was passed and the? house at
5:10 p. m. adjourned.
Arrest of an Assassin.
Washington, July 10. The depart
ment of state is informed of the arrest
of Minas who assassinated the wife of
Rev. John N. Wright, an American
missionary in 8:uui, Persia, on the
14th of May last. Minas was a teacher
in the mission school and had ju?t been
dismis-ed from his place for improper
conduct. 1 he arrest of Minas was main
ly due to the efficient action of the Brit
ish consul at Tabriz. Col. T. C. Ktewart.
before whom he will be; brought for
Washington. Jr.lv 10. The secretary
of the treasury purchased 30,0l'.i 1 per
cent, bonds at sJl.Oo.
The department was advised of the
shipment of Jr.ld0.000 worth of gold bars
from New York, making !;:?. -IMi.L'OU
shipped abroad ia the past five days.
A I-eedi'i- lor Hit? Santa I'e.
Keokuk. Ia., July C. R. Arnold,
president of the C,nii:cy, Keokuk and
Chicago Raili os.d et any, was in the
fity consulting with a committee of the
Business Me:i"s association. Mr. Arnold
said that. the road would serve as a
feeder for thij Santa Fe, connecting with
that line at Niota. Ills. Arrangements
were made wherebv the new road nw-
r.se the Keokuk and Hamilton bridg
across the Mississippi. The road ask?
&-10.000 in stock from Keokuk, which is
not to be paid until through trains are
running from Cuiiacy to Chicago, via
the propo-ed road and the Santa Fe. A
considerable pwr'ion of the stock is al
ready subscribed, and responsible per
sons have promised -that the balance will
The Louisville and Dayton.
Columbus. Ind., July 16. Articles of
incorporation were signed by capitalists
at Louisville, New Albany, this city
and Richmond for a new railroad. The
line is to run from Louisville over the
now bridge via Albany, thence in a
northerly direction through the coun
ties of Clark, Scott. Jack-on aud into
Bartholomew, thence.northeast to Rich
mond and on to Dayton, O. The line
will be 140 miles in length, and will be
known as the Louisville. Richmond and
Dayton; capital stock, $4,000,000.
From I'aducah to Paris.
Paducah, Ky., July 16. Track-laying
on the Paducah, Tennessee and Ala
bama railroad, which is to be finished
from here to Paris, Ter.n., by Jan. 1, is
moving along wi ll. It is Inllj- expected
to have sixty-five miles of the read
ready for service by Sept. 2". Seven
hundred men are at work on the road.
Gobbled by the Cracker Trust.
Dubuque, la., July 6. The J. P.
Farley and the Alber cracker factories,
of this city, have been purchased by the
American Biscuit company, which, with
a capital of .sdo.Hjo.uuo, owns or con
trols all the ' i.eker factories between
Chicago a?. u l'civeraud from St. Paul
to New Oi le.ais. The present manager
wi!.1 l retained.
A Laborers' Kiot.
Scottdale, Pa., July 16. Reports
from the Smithton region are to the
eject that a riot has occurred there, and
there are indications of a larger riot.
Two sheriffs are on the ground protect
ing the property of the Waverly Coal
company, where there has been a strike
of three months duration. Fifty Italians
were sent there Monday to replace the
strikers. The men all went to work.
This so frightened the strikers that they
made an assault. The strikers are bad
ly worked up and bloodshed would cause
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JOS. HAAS, V. S.. Indiauapoiis, Ind.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When B&by was sick, ire gave her Castoria.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria,
When she had Children. Khe -avc them Castoria.
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PETERSON ' LARSON
(Successor to Whiting & Whlcher
Groceries and Provisions
Mlidle Kooiu, Op ia Iloii e l:loi k.
Choice, Fresh Goods
iu their line, Imtli h to
IMHOK AM) (JUAhlTV
CaiBH Fruits, Driefl Frails:
Ami French Fruits in Their
FLOUR AND FEED
Always in Stock.
Call and be Satisfied
PURE MAPLE SUGAR
jl,ow prices'quoted on large or small lotB
Adirondack Maple Sngar Co
1230 Monroe st., Chicago. 111.
FULLER & I) EN IF ON
MANUFACTURER OF A I'll
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor do Pepperbergo' and 'Bud
FULL LINE OK
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
a:wvs in Bt-ork. Nov 2. 188V
The 5th St. Sltrchant Tail;:
Keen I1'11 Ltin- o
Foreign & Domsstic 600.-.
Consult Your lni--- Uivnn; Wc- II
I 3 I 6 Douglas Street, Omaha, Neb
17 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
A regular trra !u;iti ti iiifiticnp iroin i2)cnl
lPKes. a dilloiiiHS ll(lw. icMill tr-;ilirig with
Mih createst i-tic '-s all Nf-rvi.iif', t lin nic ami
l'nvate disf aes of !oi U sexes.
A permanent cine K'laraiiteed for t'atarrli.
Sperin torrlin-a. iArt Manlinod. eir.inal
Weakness. Mfilit l.osfes. I ii!tten-y, :uil al;'
dif eases of the lJlocl. ikin nd Liinary tr
f'an All Female 'J roul.le .f t lie wotuli. etc,
treated by the 1110s. improved n.etliods of tlie
London and l'aris IlocpitaN.
X.li. 1 ,'iiaiantee .."jki (i for every caxe I
undertake and fail to cure. Consultation free.
Send for o,uetiou list.
iiook, '",M vsteri"s of Life" ont free.
Ollieo hours : 9 a in. to 8 p.m. Mini. lay 10 a.
m. to 12 m.
MIKE SI! NT ELL H A C K Ell,.
Wajjon and Ulacksmith sliojj.f
Wagon, Duggy, Machine atnl
plow Rcpait ing iloiie
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
He uses the
Which is the best jorche for the
farmer, or for fast driving, or for city
purposes ever invented. It is so made
that anyone can put on s-liarp or fiat
corks, as needed for wtt and s-Iippery
days, or smooth, dry toads. Call at
his shop and examine the kvi;k.-ltp
and you will use no other.
J. M. S1INELLRACKER.
112 North Fifth St. Plattsmouth
SOne rackam of RTPFFrnfii Put
HtttkkS will niaice om- trallon of thp best
Ititters knm-n..which will ( I HK ImlifeKtion,
I'uin in the Mmnaoh. l-'ever anil Ague, and
a-ta nion the Kidnt-ys and liladder; the best
Tonic known. 'an he nl with or withon pinta.
MiT IVn far the cheat Bt remHly known, full direc
tion on each package. Sold ty Iru vmxxt or sent by
mail, postMe iirer:d. Hrk 30 ctn. for ninule. or
two packets tor SO eta. L. S. stamp taken in
' GEO. G. STEKETEE, Grand Rapids. Mich.
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