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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
OCTOBER 5 im
1 COMPROMISE TALK.
Ewcon of an Agreenunt Hiring eeo
ArriiMlTIOS AND DEHIAL MADE-
Limited Coinc and the Issue of Gold
Bonds the LatestSilver Repeal Dia-,
cussion in the Sanata.
Otber Washington News.
Wahbimgtost, Sept 30. Last night
it was reported positively that as a
result of the speeches yesterday of
Me Mr ft. Harris and Morgan, the Demo
cratic silver purchase repeal senators
had given up the idea of uncondi
tional repeal and decided upon a com
prorata. The story was that Senator
- Gorman was the head of the compro
mise movement which involved con
cessions from both sides and included
the repeal of the purchase clause, the
, coinage of 2,0OO,(WO or 3,500,000 of ail
ver dollars per month until the total
should reach 700,(K0,OOU, the coinage
of all bullion in the treasury and the
issue of gold bonds to increase the
gold reservo sufficiently to maintain
gold and ailver at a purity. It wae
said that Secretary Carlisle bad
agreed to the compromise.
This morning, however, the admin
istration men in the 'senate insisted
that, thrrfl wnulri Via no mnrnmln An
the pending bill, but said that if there
should be any compromise it must be
by the introduction of another bill af
ter this one should be passed. They
held that tbey could pass the bill in its
present form and there was no reason
why they should yield to the minority.
They held that the proposed measure
affecting so many interests and
making such radical changes in the
currency of the country as this pro
posed ought to be very carefully con
aidered in all its bearings and ought
not to bo tacked onto the pending
bill without long discussion in each
house of congress.
The silver men, also, oppose the
compromise, holding that gold bonds
are not necessary and that the pro
posed coinage is too smalL The com
promise work will, however, continue.
On the house side the proposed
movement to ally the silver and tariff
interests to prevent adverse lcgisla
, tion in both cases attracts little atten
tion. Mr. Outhwaite of Ohio, one of
, the Democratic leaders, declares that
if such a combination were to defeat
tariff reform legislation it wmihl
create such a tremendous outcry from
the people that would eventually
result to the detcriment of both in
terests. Mr. narrows of Michigan, one of the
Republican leaders, said he had given
the scheme some thought and while
y might be feasible as far as the Re
- publicans were concerned to solidify
the antl and free silver Republicans
in the defense of protection it could
not be made effective because there
l was no Democratic strength favorable
to protection to be arrayed on one side
of the movement
"I do not believe the repeal of the tax
on stato bank circulation will be ac-
complished by this congress,", said
Congressmen Springer, chairman of
the committee on banking and cur-
Oatea of Alabama in favor of his
measure looking to that end." In the
first place the committee is divided,
and no doubt the house is even more
.. . J .. Y ' t. 1
nil vuriuui-e upuu vuc nuujvcu it is my
belief that the committee on banking
and currency will favor the proposi
tion to give national banks par value
of circulation upon bonds deposited as
an independent measure and that it
will ultimately be passed. The llryan
Ml . 1 A i . . . .
uiu wj vax uiuunm uuhk deposits IS
meeting with great opposition."
Sir. Chandler Criticise! the President's
Action in Various Matters.,
Washington, Sept SO. When, the
senate met this morning the resolu
tion offered by Mr. Chandler of New
Hampshire, calling for information as
to the commission now investigating
the New York custom house, was
brought np and Mr. Chnndler at
tacked the commission as illegal
aud declared that it was intended to
evade the civil service rules in the in
terest of anti-snappers of New York.
The president, he thought, was given
too in tic If tn disregarding the pro
visions of expressed law aud to make
a law unto hirnclf and in the White
bouse when be reached a determina
tion x3 attempt to carry out that de
, termination whether he saw law for
it or not
Mr. Chandler referred to "the mes
sage to the senate communicated to
Governor Northen vt deorgla and
aald he was w ith the justice of a criti
cism he had seen In a a recent London
paper that there was a singular resent
tlance between the letters of Iret
dent Cleveland and those of the
emperor of Ueruiany. Going back to
the Hawaiian eplie, he read from
the letter of the president to
the provisional trverument of Hawaii
the sentence: "May God have your
tseellency in his wise keeping."
"What a WueftVent air of royally the
extension of the guttd Uh tf His
majesty the presi.Lul of the I nltd
Mates," said Mr. Chandler, "through
his personal etutmlMitiner, Mr. Mount,
who bat a parsa-punt authority to the
provisional government of the It,
wall . Island. '
Mr. Chandler ssld the tppolaime at
vt Mr, HtuM was a groaier violation
f the eiinsututiun than hsd owurred
i the apputntntsnt ul nftUnals hi a
hundred years. It was time the
president and hswls if (lepartwettt,
khixild be Wottti ht t riUl ulrvs
vt the tvtiUutU 'the reulutn
v. then areett
The repent bit! ess laid Wrote the
sensual I pVlsvk as the (UUhH
I n.iue and Mr. itvi.4M v V
Vlrjf lau e(Kke ta s.W.s .-y ( tt after
Jata it. I s.? f Kansas resit hum)
Ills oppvlva argteal Utn I asr
ELECTION BILL DEBATE.
Congressanaa Pattern of Tmiimm Esy
losrisei Abraham tin coin.
Washisotos, Sept 30. In the house
this morning Mr Sayersof Texas.chalr
man of the committee on appropria
tions, presented for immediate consid
eration a bill to extend the time for
the completion of the eleventh census
nntil Juni 30, 1894. The bill waa
Debate on the bill to repeal the fede
ral elections law waa then resumed,
Mr. Patterson of Tennessee speaking
in support of it In the course of his
speech he aald: "The greatest calam
ity that ever happened to a free people
waa the assassination of Lincoln. Had
be lived and been permitted to carry
out his policy there would have been
peace and prosperity in the South
twenty-five years ago. The exclte
mentand hate engendered by Lincoln's
assassination made it possible for the
ambitious Republican leaders to plac
their heel op the neck of the South.".
If, the speaker went on, the Repub
lican party had pursued the policy
blazed by Lincoln in his letter to Gov
ernor Kent of limited suffrage for the
negro it would have been vastly bet
ter for the negroes and for every sec
tion of the country. Prolonged Dem
Mr. McC'aul, Republican, of Massa
chusetts followed in opposition,
Mr. Richards of Ohio made a care-
fllly prepared and forceful argument
gainst the constitutionality of the
At the conclusion of the speech Mr.
Dockery presented a partial report of
the commission to investigate the ex
penditures in the departments. Then
at 3:30 the house adjourned.
Secretary of Agriculture Morton fumes
StrUt Instructions. .
Washington, . Kept 80. Secretary
Morton has sent out full instructions
for the inspection after to-day of all
hogs slaughtered for domestic as well
foreign consumption. Hogs affected
as follows will, be condemned and car
casses stamped with the condemnation
stamp of the department: Hog chol
era, swine plague, charbon or an
thrax, malignanat epizootic, ca
tarrh, pyaemia and septicemia,
monge or scab in advanced stages,
advanced stages of actinomy, cosis or
lumpy jaws, inflammation of the
lungs or the intestines, Texas fever,
extensive or generalized tuberculosis
and disease or injury causing elevation
of temperature or affecting the sys
tem of the animal to a degree which
would make the flesh unfit for human
food, any organ or part of a carcass
which is badly bruised or afflicted by
tuberculosis, actinomicosis, abeess,
suppurating sore or tape worm cysts.
Secretary Morton says he will see to
it that the law is rigidly enforced.
Wabhixgton, Sept. 30. Delegate
Flynn of Oklahoma to-day introduced
a bill providing that sections 16 and 30
in each congressional township re
served by the president in his procla
mation opening to settlement the
Cherokee outlet, the Tonkawa Indian
reservation and the Pawnee Indian
reservation, might be leased for not
exceeding three years for the benefit
of the school fund of the territory of
Oklahoma by the governor under reg
ulations prescribed by the secretary
of the interior.
PALLAS TO BE SHOT.
The Spanish Anarchist to Suffer a Mili
Barcelona, Sept 30. According to
the military code, Pallas, the an
archist, who has been tried by court
martial for throwing bombs at Gcacral
Martinez Campos last Sunday will be
shot with his back turned towards the
firing party of soldiers.
The anarchist shows the greatest
serenity of miud and no concern for
the fate awaiting him. He spent the
day with his children, caressing them
in the most loving manner, lie will
be shot early in the morning, but the
place of execution will be kept secret
General Martinez Campos continues
to improve and has asked the presi
dent of the military tribunal to par
Discharge Certificate Good ETltlence,
Washington. Sept. 3a Assistant
Secretary of the Interior Reynolds has
rendered a decision holding that a cer
tificate of discharge is the moBt valua
ble evidence in pension cases. Such
evidence will geuerally be regarded as
conclusive by the department It
ruay, however, be shown by compe
tent proof to have been erroneous but
this proof must be of the strongest
A t'oal I'mnluo KritriL
Dksver.CoI.1 Sept 30. The Coloado
coal trade is six weeks late this year,
but there is no evidence that the win
ter will delay accord lively. The rult
will be that at the very opening of
winter a coal famine will add to the
mlseiiea of the people suffering al
readr uudcr the unfavorable business
XUhsB at I'uaerat
Rii'OJt, Wk, Spt 3a While the
funeral services over the body of Mrs.
How, w ife of Aeinbly man How, were
In progress in Kingston, the floor gave
war, letting 1" people down into the
cellar. Mr Van Hurg was fatally
hurt Full? one-thlnl of thw who
were carried down by the etdlapte are
A Lawn 'wM tug I'lr.
Jktusrows, N. Y , Kept 3a This
nurrlng at LaUwuud, the Hotel
Lot'hluvar, four ei;tt4gv, owned by
IL X. Marvin of Jamestown, hutua
Italian's tittife and the Merchant'
tuine bkxrk. were destroyed by tire,
truUtity due U a lamp explUlan,
ii,Qtv; huursme ,M ou
NwnaUfn fee liir f .) Afvsl.
TofSKi, Kstt., St.pt. 1U There is a
movement among the WuuHrtt f
Kaassa id fsvar of futunel Thorns t
MiMHight Lr the thlel elerkUjt i
tttewmtf the pensUn h
a-Ooveraur tilU auiu the dtttUs.
At a tn In a mttr f?t.ry In
Mew Orlvans tw mat were Viutud la
Omaba. Neb., Oct. t. Oklahoma, oi
"No Man a Land," situated betweec
this city and South Omaha, ha brer
the fworite place for the carelesi
element of both cities for some time.
Sunday brawls have not been of in
frequent occurrence there. Especiallj
has this proven to be the case in s
saloon located upon the strip of ground
where Justice OX'onnell received i
death blow some six months ago and
where a stabbing affray recently oc
enrred. Yesterday afternoon Sheriff
Bennett was notiikd that a small
sized riot waa in its incipiency in that
locality and that the keeper of tht
dive, where MVcents-a-gallon whisky
is dispensed, was about to be anni
hilated. Jailer Bennett and a deputy
were dispatched to the scene and found
about thirteen men congregated whe
had evidently partaken liberally oi
firewater until they were ready to don
habiliments of war. One man, in partic
ular, had threatened to put an un
timely end to the saloon keeper for
some fancied or real grievance. Inas
much as talk waa all that was indulged
in the officers saw do authority to take
the crowd in and therefore returned
without making any arrests.
Think lie Will Die.
Lisnoui, Oct 2. August Klein, who
exhibited the condition of his mental
functions by jumping from a third
story window in the Lancaster county
bank building a few days ago, is be
lieved to be in a critical condition, On
first examination at St Elizabeth's hos
pital where the insane man now lies, it
was thought that he hod .sustained nc
serious injuries and his miraculous es
cape was commented on by all the pa
pers. Dr. Giffen made an examination
of the man yesterday in which he dis
covered that his chest bone was badly
fractured and that he had sustained
other injuries. While not apparently
in great pain Klein is not expected to
live through another twenty-four
hours. He is receiving the best of care,
however, and his friends still hope for
Fell From a Building-.
Omaha, Oct. 2. Saturday afternoon
Robert Buetke, who is a contractoi
and builder and who lives at the Forty
eighth and Maple streets, was seriously
if not fatally injured by falling from
the second story of the new brewery
building on Sixteenth near Clark
street. Mr. Butke is one of
thi builders who has chrrge of
tHe work and was walking across a
string of slippery rafters. One of his
feet slipped and he fell heavily to the
ground. When picked up it was found
that his spine had been fractured. The
patrol wagon removed Mr. Butke to the
Methodist hospital where physicians
are engaged in making him as comfort
able as possible.
A Canon of His Own.
Kearney, Neb., Oct. 2. Captain J.
C. Hcffner, machinist and electric?an
at the industrial school, has manufac
tured a canon that in appearance looks
like a miniature siege gun. The bir
rel is twenty-nine inches long on the
outside ana has an inch and a hall
bore. It'carries a two-pound ball und
with a half-pound cha.ge of powdei
will throw a projectile four miles true
to Bight, The barrel is mounted on a
wooden frame covered with Russia iron
and ornamented with brass trimmings.
All the steel and brsss used in its con
struction was picked up around the
shop and worked over by Mr. Heffner.
Kebraika Nugget Suspends.
II01.DPE6E, Neb., Oct. 2. The Ne
braska Nugget suspended publication
with Saturday's issue, Val. 15, No. 12.
It was the oldest newspaper in Phelps
county. It was started in the early
days of Phelps Center, the old county
seat, by T. M. Hopwood, the present
proprietor. The many weekly papers
In Holdrege and the financial strin
gency is given as the cause of suspen
sion. Murderous Twelve-Tear-Old.
. Ct'BTis.Neb., Oct: 2. Charles Brown,
a twelve year-old boy, was arrested
here last Saturday. He lives a few
miles out in the country and tried to
shoot c school teacher named Miss Ber
tha Rogers. He had stolen a bundle
from her horse and when she asked
him about it drove h the house
and fired at her sev s with a
Raided Gambling House.
Grasd Island, Neb., Oct. 2. The
fiolice department, reinforced by a
arge number of specials, made a very
successful raid on the gambling houses
Saturday night, about thirty knighta
of the chip having been captured.
Some pleaded guilty and paid their
fines. Others plead not guilty and after
regular trials before police court this
morning were dismissed or fined.
SfTfml Fstnllles PoUnnori.
Bk.vvkb Citv, Neb., Oct. ?. Several
families were poisoned Friday night by
eutintr nressed meat that boil hocn nre.
I pared by a local butcher. The doctors
nan unru wuru to Keep several 01 me
victims from passing Into the hereafter.
The interstate reunion closed Satur
day and large crowds were present
The reunion has been a grand success
in spite of unfavorable wether.
TMtik He Was Murder.
L010 Pink, Neb., Oct 1. A man
about fifty years of age was found dead
near here Saturday morning. From
appearances it seem that he was mur
dered by being struck on top of the
head by some blunt Instrumeut. When
lat sen he wns In company with a
white man and nerw w ho appeared t
be toughs and w ho have left,
K illegal .!.
Gaixti 1 am, Neb., tk-t I. Word
wss received here this morning of the
death ft David Hendricks at Coad,
w hit on duty a brakmuan on a l". P.
freight. Mr, llondrWk llred In this
ettv and kaves a wife the particu
lars ate unknown.
AtnertaaM M.ooa otitm vt boundary,
r Bur tkta U tt ba tf Atu,
Afrv . Cun.pe, MvK and Hvtita Aair
5 York utHUnvr fa 14
wfet skirt unlets, ftfi Mb U ntss
ttt lt tvs4.tr, Niutre
i les'.Ur i I S UttMnf
la Mtf all tUe Urge rtU eoi la
LtHida tke otutwtt and eat OS
as ura im Its UiJwi Kvea Us
VUek silk 4r Itttv sr taring Ikslt
wUif ttUt-e' t tkir a Uytr.
THS IRISH FL AC.
HaoUd Down Frons One of the World'!
Fair BaUdlags on IreUad't Dmy.
Chicago, Sept 3a Chief Barrett of
the world's fair department of elec
tricity ordered the green flag of Ire
land hoisted on the Electricity build
ing thia morning in honor of Erin's
day. F. D. Millet, who has charge of
the colors of the exposition, saw this
and at once ordered James Hunt, one
of his men, to pull it down. This was
When Hunt left Barrett's men again
ran np the colors. Then Millet and
three of his men ran to the Electric
ity building and Hunt cut the hal
yards and the flag fell at the feet of
the crowd, which had gathered re
gardle of the rain, A company of
guards, fearing trouble, was dis
patched to the scene, but Chief Bar
rett withdrew his men nntil President
Higin bo tham should arrive and issue
specific orders regarding the affair.
Millet explained that no flags except
those of recognized nations were run
np at the exposition.
Nothing could be done for the res
toration of the flag as Director Gen
eral Davis and President Higinbotham
were both absent and Millet in su
preme control of the color depart
ment The question of flying the Irish flag
on Ireland's day was considered re
cently by the council of administra
tion. Director General Davis asked
the council to be allowed to run np
the flag pursuant to a request of the
local committee having the festivities
in charge. The council left it to the
discretion of the director general who
discussed the matter with Mr. Millet
and they decided adversely.
A more disagreeable day for a cele
bration could not be imagined. There
was a drizzling rain, the air was cold,
and the ground was sticky and flood
ed. In spite of this, however, there
was a grand outpouring of Irish-Americana
SILVER MINES RESUMING.'
Hundreds of Hen Have Gone Bick to
Work in Colorado.
Denver, CoL, Sept 30. Between
1,200 and 1,500 silver miners have re
sumed work this week in the Colorado
mines which closed with the big slump
in the price of silver last June. This
makes a total of not less than 3,500
miners who have gone back to work
during the past ten days and scores of
otber mining properties are expected
to reopen soon.
Resumption has been aided by the
recent increase of from 810 to S12 per
ton in the price of lead and a reduc
tion of fifty cents per day in the
wages of workmen. The large smel
ters of Denver and Pueblo had almost
exhausted their reserves of ore, and
now their requirements have created
a demand and a market for ore which
the mine owners will attempt to meet
Fully 1,000 miners have resumed
work at Leadville, 300 at Cree.de, 500
at Rico, 250 at Aspen, 700 in the Red
Mountain, San Miguel and Ouray dis
tricts, 300 in the Clear Creek and'500 in
scattering camps. Only the high grade
mines will be operated for the pres
ent At Creede only three properties
have resumed work, but these mines
are outputting in round numbers not
les ttfan 15,000 ounces of silver daily.
At Rico the Enterprise and. Rico-Aspen
mines have resumed full operations
and produce between 4,000 and 5,000
Indians Attack School llonte. '
Washington, Sept 30. Agent Eus
tudillo of the Yuma Indian reservation
in California reports that Maguel, a
deDdsed chief, with a band of his men,
have attacked the reservation school
house. It is not known how serious
the attack was nor whether anyone
has been killed. Secretary Smith sent
the dispatch to the war department
with a request that troops be at once
sent to the scene.
To Work for Statehood.
Pueceix, I. T.f Sept 30. The state
hood convention of the two territories
to-day is slow in getting down to
business. The Hon Sidney Clark is
temporary chairman and delegates
are present from all leading towns
and counties. The convention will
undoubtedly declare for single state
hood for the two territories.
Mrs. Cleveland Takes an Oatlng.
Washington, Sept 30. For the first
time since the birth of baby Esther
Mrs. Cleveland went out driving to
day. She was accompanied by the
president and looked remarkably
well After driving for a couple of
hours they returned to the executive
The Matabeles are massacring set
tlers right and left in South Africa.
A woman at New Laredo, Texas,
took a mixture of rough on rats for
medicine and died in a short time.
The total week'a clenrings were
772,Oil3,7a5, a decrease of twenty-seven
per cent under the same week last
The priest throughout France have
been for the first time called to do a
month's service with the army re
serves The death of Colonel M. I. P.ell of
Pine Bluff will materially weaken the
em. against ex-Treasurer Woodruff
Texas Is short of cash and Governor
Hogg has appealed to clerks of depart
tnt nu. county and other ofllclaU to
withold their warranu.
Allen H. IWnUton, agent of the
l l.n Star Freight line In Fort
Warns, Ind.dled from the excessive
use of cigarette and liquors. Hla
parvnM live at VUksburg, Ml.
The Imperial ( lothlng romtany,
tH largest etablUhmsat of Its kind
U ppokene. Wank., has gone Into the
hands el a twelver. Liabilities iiV
too and assets much Wtow this figure.
U, R. IWmeria, a MUv-url Paclfle
mala line brakeman, wss run over by
a freight trsla at I'lestant Hill. Ma.,
and revived tatarles frvnt whih he
will 4le Ills pteu live el tiirg
Thiwe f the Imwosi turbine water
wKeela Ulll U PtlladelphU at a eot
ef eaoor for the purpo of utillilaf
tk power of Niagara fall f e ta
dustflal psrrxHM, wilt shortly be
fiaeea in poem.
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If Barytes and ether adulterants of
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Strictly Pore White Lead, why are all
the adulterated white leads always
branded Pure, or
" Strictly Pure
This Barytes is a heavy white powder
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"Southern" " Collier
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At WHOLESALE PRICES, Delivered rree.
For Honsee. Barni. Roofs, all colors, b SAVE.
Middlemen's profits. In one si vears. En.
darsed by Grange A Farmers' Alliance. Low
prices will Burprise you. Write for samples
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lyn, 1. x.
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The best paying investment for a house wife.
None genuine without brass fitting) our latest
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saves 33 per cent nutritious element. Full dA-
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Famous Frying Pan, etc. AGENTS WANTED
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Council Bluff Iowa.
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Holstein : Cattle?
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H. S. Williamson,
Pearl Steel Mill
Will run 20 years wttheut ell.
Will send them on 30 says tt trial.
andif not satisfactory to the pur
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and we pay freight both ways.
We give the tirongett warranty of any
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by protecting you aad your cus
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Write for full particulars and
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UIPU PADUIUAI AT CT I nlllC
I V-f VF IV1 M I H I I k'l II. I KIN I fl K. IUI I
SISSIPPI VALLEY AGAIN
Programme of Fall Festivities Tnjtt For
nrilllanrv and Varietv nutRhinea the
Carnival Cities of the Old World.
Paris, the most magnificent city on
either continent, has for ages held the
proud title cf "the premier, carnival
city of the world " However during
ttie last ten or twelve years an Ameri
can rival of no mean pretensions has
contested for that high honor, and to
day St. Louis holds what Paris so re
luo.tantlv ralinctuished. the title of "the
carnival city ol the two continents."
N ot content with the successful exb
bltlons of previous yeirs, the AutuiJ
na! Festivities Association hasarraogc
a Drocramme for lisiu tnat la on
iancy and variety will be difficult to im
prove uiKin. The first of the creat
attractions, the St. Louis Exposition,
will throw its doors open to the public
September 6th aud continue until (M.
21t. The world-renowned Suiss'e
Bund baa boon engaged by the manage
ment, which la Itself la a sutliclent In
ducement to crowd the magnifiocnt
buildlnfr during the concert.
Special attention has been paid to the
street liiust-ations. ana on mo ev
ot August 12th, 17th. 24th, and
contamhor'fth. 14th. 21nt and iit'.bJ
Oitober 3d, b 12th and 19th, the u
masnlflcent diapiay yet attempted
rrreet the eye of the fortunate vis
fclectrleitv nlavlo? a rjrominsnt v
T.JevenD oi DctoberSd the Vi
I'rophet ana hi followers will parn,
through the prlncMti thorougurar
and Immediately alter the great t
which ha received enslderable pro
minence throughout the world, will t
Tte XUX treat St. L-u!s Fair
Zliclral (iardens, OeUlr 2J
ill be the erowntca werk of th
nival seaeoo. This JnsUtutloa
wr. and Is known ! evert land '
tH footprints of clvlllistiDn exist
Mi. .nul t'aci&o Kallwsy and
VotiataiB llut Msg dUtlnctly
Iuls llnr. and havlujf at ail Hum
lilervtU of the city li mind, have mad
rtitiarkaWy low ivna't trip rave iriu
II Mi)aUoa tfca) enure ivstem w nw
fj.uis and retura aariDf u4 reatit u
for farVhsr lafurraattun a rvsrj
raUs. route, limit of tktU aad fuJ
ropy t th fall feetlvltiee 'rf ratl
eOUrv aearvst Aiisao jri I a-'inour ir
Mttuautn TUkt Afrot ta jour ui
Utrv. lie il. I!. TutftMsJ. t! I'. anJ
Aft, tit. IMl,
to i thy
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