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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 January 1887

A PE0P0S1TI0N. Th. Stock Yards Project at Last Be gins to Materialize. A Proposition Made to and Accepted by the Board or Trade, And Petitions A'ready Being Signed by Our Citizens. Full Text of the Important mentas Adopted, Docu- With a Synopsis of the Proceedings Held List Night At a o-aiod meeting of the tnard of rade held at the ourt bouse Friday night there was a very general attendance ol oar citizen. O. B. Peters, president of the board, presided and A. O. Wbortoo acted aa secretary pro tem. Tbe or no minee appctated at a previous meeting to act with L. ScT-ry, a director in th Santa Fe railroad com. any, and O N. Bterry, attorney tot sail com pan which committee consisted cf Mayor Brewer, Judge Cunningham and Van K. Holmes, reported In favor of the proposition offered by Messrs. 8every and Sterry In behalf of tbe Chicago, Kansas A Western railroad oompny, the Oalf branch of tbe Atcnlaoo, Topeka A Santa Fe. Mr. Sterry poke at some length In support of tbe proposition. Col. Tay...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 January 1887

Alice Oatis, of opera booffe fame, died la Philadelphia on Monday last. It m thought that Chat. B. Farewell cl Chicago will succeed Loaa In the United States senate. Hoc, A. W. Smith of McPherscn, was selected as speaker ot the boose on Tues day, as had beeo predicted. Jonx Roach is dead. It is now claimed thtt he died of a broken heart, caused by Stcrttary Whitney's persecution. In Got. Mariiu's inaugural address yes terday, bis allusion to prohibition was greeted with tremendous applause. Roscoe Con a lino Is again In the field tor senator. If he gets there our Kansas senators will have to look alter their lau- lels as Roscoe U a whole team In him self. The first uum'wrut ilenry George's new piper, the New York witness, dated the 8ih Inst., is betore us, ax.d we must confess Is not only a neat one typographically ,but a very newey one. . . rg An EXuaiNui suggests that there is consolation in tbe thought luat those who neglect to shovel tbe snow from their side walks will some day ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 January 1887

X J 111 t i 1 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20 1887. VOL.. 30-NO. 3 1 1 . i t 5 1 i V. 5 i t tr jo., is if' try gala atei HORRIBLY BURNED. Two Men Scalded Till they Feel off 't From Head to Foot. Mre. log&D'g Pension BillSmotliered i- in Committee. The Fay of Two Congressmen Held Back for Debti. Strong Probability of Hot Fight in the Indiana Legislature. r Inaugural f Notei from the Various States. iEDlAHArous Jan. 18. A boiler tba' supplies the dry house of Preston Rider Mf factory at ilrotbersville blew up yea. terdav, killing two employea inatantly Henry Millin and Arobie Warner. Mil lia'a Dead waa blown clear off tbe body; Waruer'a bead wai torn literally to piecea. Toeir b dit-a war ao horribly scalded that tha akin pealed off from head to foot. An other employe bad a foot broken t piece. The boiler, weighing 3,000 pounds, waa hurled 123 fret DIATEK10U4 EIRE. ' Jbb etville. Hi., Jo. 18. A dlsai Voui bra broke out at an early h ur yes terday morning...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 January 1887

525 THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at Uw Postoffloe at Emporia as Beoond-Clae Matter. FmbUahad Every Ihanday at Km porta Lyon County, Prion. 9I.BO a Sear la AdTamoe. A. B. MWCOMB,. .Editor COAE. r. BATES or BDBSOBimujf. Om year 81 months..... Three month Om month , vim,! aavti Ou year, la advsnoe Ix montbf Tana months , ..$ 00 .. 00 ..10 .. M .11 OS 0 u THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1I. Thb Indiana legislature Joint ballot la a tie on Cullom's lnter-state oommaroa passed the senate yesterday. bill Bxcrxtast Lax 1a waa decorated with a "wlne-oolored Prince Albart suit" when be was married. Booth, U third aulatant door-keeper of the houae, at Topeka. Behatoe Cockhxxx, reiaios fall teat In the United Biates senate, baring been re- eleoted by the Missouri legislature. A obaitdsom ot tne tamuoa Davy Croc kett baa been elected assistant clerk of the Teaneeeee boats of repreeenUtlTea. ' Ths republican papers of Ohio are mw making great attempt! to boom John Bberman for tbe presidential nom...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 January 1887

).. n V. 4 IN HARD LUCK. A Dramatis Company Mobbed by In fnriated Roughs. Missouri Paciflo Train Damped Into a Snow Drift. In Innocent American Hanged in Brit- Ian Columbia for Murder. !. M. Wilson Hanged at Nornitown for Murdering a Farmer. The Army Bill Still Hinging Fire in the Reichstag. Tolojio, I1L, Jan. 18. A dnraatlc com pany irom Ktniii City gave an enioriam Suaul et Um Cl-y ball lest night, and at tne eio6 ol ihm ptrforuianc a number oi roojth characters dtmabded the return ol their ffluac, end not g ettlnjr. it, the man ager and members 01 iho comp oy wer. Ml upon by tbe touua ami uui4uil beaten. Aatm uut man puisucd on 01 the man ball square, and a law minutes . later tie wait found with ata left arm spli . opa and a tearful gash oar tbe breast. The niob men pur.uoU tne company tu tbe Jiarloa house, where officers Selena ed them Irons their iiiinlinli. Gorman's ln Jane ace pubabi jr fatal. A DASTAllOLT ASSAULT. FuiBLDrr, Ata.t Jan. U As Jack ttwceuev, a veteran lucomouve...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 January 1887

Hon. 8. 8. Cox, the New York con ttnmtQ, liea dangerously 111 at the cap-Hal. Szhatob KkLLOQo bu introduced bill sskiag for an appropriation of 150,000 for the State Normal aobool. Wi have not beard of any patriotic members ot tba legislature tending their passes back to the railroads. Cohobem suouid kica tbe Mormon wo men and tbetr la eyers oat of the lobby and pans lb ni'p"lv?mv hill at cnce. Obm. Baz.m uicd at Waanington on Sunday evening. dpt. Greeley, of Arctic fame will probably succeed to bis position aa cbief of tba signal service. The sunuai meeiug oi tbe l'rana-Mla-sitaippl Press association will be beld at Topeka on Wednesday, Jan. 38 b, at 1 o'clock p. m. a: the Journal fflce. Toe Capiiui tieu..uuoee tue Biker vic tory aa an antl-probibition success, while it old its aimoei lor a still str nger auti prohibitionist tban B kr ever could be. A the lomb.i.eu toices could only brine Wild r'a streogth to 43 votes, n would be tuteresting to know tbe exact lim t ot Dwigbt Tnacbe...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 January 1887

V 4, i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27 1887. VOL. 30--NO. 4. Ute rilbtorie.al few-iei-y si - - m n ir-v - .......... si ii i i it a . ii m r ss . I i I A. X A, S. . I'll i r I I IE j A i !!! a III V eiW T ft'l!f NnW 1m iff' f J .? , ? If i ! ?.. ii i ' " 1 h 11 1 n ji :ti.-: i AN AIB LINE. Th News' Prediction of Saturday Evening Verified, And the Missouri, Kansas & western Coming-. South Fuil Text of the Proposition as Made to Lyon County, Which is Unanimous'y Indorsed by Saturday's Mass Meeting. Our Synopsis on Saturday Covered the Material Points. Let Every Citizen Read it Carefully and Reflect Over It. Pursuant to public notice, one of the largest meetings ever held in the court Lou aasembledu Saturday evn'g to hear the report of the joint committee of the citizens and board of trade on the prop osition submitted by the Missouri, Kan sas & Southwestern railroad company, The meeting was called to order by T. G. Wlbley, who nominated Charles Fletc...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 January 1887

THE NEWS. BY" THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Postomce at Emporia as Seoond-Claa Matter. Published Bvery Thandiy at Emporia Lyon County, Knii. Prloe. $I.SQ a fear la Adraae. A. It. stJSWUUSajs auditor CHAS. HARRIS, Aasoolata Editor and Manager. BATES Of BEBSCRIPTIOI. UalLT Maws: One year .... $S 00 oo 1 to Six month Tbrae months One month ..... W1IKLY XBWSI Ons year, la adranoa Biz month! , Three month , to 1100 to u THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1697. Brother G&Obge will probably find oat that ha baa bitten off more than be eta ebew, ia bla flgbt on tbe Reman Cath olic church. llf military order of tbe Loyal Legion of the elate of Kansas will meet In lope ka, February 3. There are 100 members in the state, fully two-thirds of whom are expected Ij attend. Cuts. B. Far well U said to be a splsa- did business man. An exchange says be Is not a public speaker, but has a faculty ol making him tell liked. IIow far this will go to fill tbe chair held by Logan re mains tc be seen. A bill has b...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 January 1887

HORRIBLE BUTCHERY Woman Appease Har Wrath Killing Her Children by Under Slow Process, and then Hang Herself. Bad Man Filled Fall of Shot at Fort Kaogb, Spiea Airs Hit Free-Love Fropengi tlei to Hii Detriment. Germany Keeps Vigilant Watch Over Her Old Enemy. Clkveland, O., Jan. 20. A horrible murder wu com mil tad here this morning between 7 ai.d 8 o'cluck. Jimes Cabalek 1 a well, to-do carpenter, living on la dependence street, near the city limits. lie he had employment ell winter end hie oldest eon hu worked with him. This morning he and hie eon went to work shortly before 7. o'clock. Mother An toinette hai been out of temper et the breakfast table and had refused to talk to her hue band. Directly after breakfast ahe aent Henry, her fit teen year- old eon, to a grocery near by, and ttill another eon to the milk depot. When tnev returned they coold not get Into the house. Going into the back yard they eaw James, thirteen years )ld, in a closet, Dieeainj irom sixteen wounds in hie l...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 January 1887

O ruQ to the iti Ike ol the handlers cot 1, bu become bo dear In New York city that the poor are unable to bny it and there la much Buffering in consequence. We are In receipt of The Woild Al macac, with compllmenta of Josep Pul- i'zer. It la an elegant and valuable piece of typographical work, and is duly appro elated by at. PnojtiEirr Catholics of Mew York city reins to serve ona complimentary com mlttee with Ilenry George in consequence of bis recent attack upon the Catholic church and lu ecclesiastics. Sexatob Don Cameros held General Logon's note for several thousands of dol lars, which he canceled and sent to Mrs. Logan. It was the moat liberal contriba t on yet made to the Logan fond. There is a persistent struggle on the part of ex-rebel brigadiers in the house to get into the bills they offer a recognition of the democratic rebellion again at the nation as "a war between the states." The republicans won't allow it, and the northern democrats are afraid of it. While Kansas i...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 February 1887

i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THtJBSDAY, FEBRUARY 3 1887. VOL. 30-NO. 5. i -t. J ; 1 i 1 " CUll SEW DRE?8 Toe News greets its many readers t lils evening in aa entirely new dress, which we think will add materially to its usefulness as well as its beauty. A ' new dress at this time, just at the in cipiency of what will undoubtedly be the grandest awakening and revival that him ever occurred in the business iutere it: of our beautiful city, may be considered significant, not only with regard to the future of our city and county, but also as to the future wel fare of the paper it3e!f. The News lias been more closely identified, and has probably had more to do, with the present state of affairs in our city than any other newspaper in the county. It was Tins Xews that first started thoballof progress rolling by advo cating the ele -tin of our present may or, V. 1). Brewer, with a platform of but one plank, "Improvement and Progress." His triumphant election over a candidate wh...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 February 1887

THE NEWS. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. '. Entered at the Pottomce at Emporia u 8acoail-Clas Matter. Fnbllehed Eery Thursday X.ob County, Kasi at Km port Prion, $I.BO m Itw la Adnoc. KATES OF SCBaCBimUBT. DAILY VSWlt Oi.a year PI month..... TkiM month Uu month " WIULT MWI I Ou year. In iiItum Ktx month).... Tore moath 16 00 S 00 1 0 to ....11 00 .... M I A. U. M tWCOMU,, CHAS. HARRIS. Mtniitr. Kdltor Editor aid THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 37. 1W. The frlendi of Emporia' advancement should remember that lu opponents are all registering, and will poll all the vote possible. It therefore behoove every mvn to tee that hi It registered. Emiobja la making a desperate effort to get up a boom. It might aucceed were It not lor the fact that It la located too near Eureka. Wichita and Kansas City. ureenwooa uo. itepuuiican. Soar grapes. It Is said that Edwin Booth registered a vow to never play in the national capi tal. .Z. Booth said ho would never go on the stage again, just after the death ot Lin coln ; but ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 February 1887

NO WORK DONE. Tit Longshoremen Strike Inortaiiog in Numbers. Fortj Thousand Men Oat on the Jer. ley and Brooklyn Shore. The Youngest Gang of Thieves in the World in Pennsylvania. Brook yn Tailors Withdraw from the Knights of Labor. The Queen's Speech Delivered at the Opening of Parliament. TMItfltoOtMUiMMaal. Zisw Yobs, Jan. 37 By noou tn-day. II the progrrmme adopted last eight la carried oat, so woik can be duutt ia the water fronts of New York, Brooklyn ana Jersey Ciij. Neatly . 0,000 men will be aura or leaa Involved. Tney will Include 'longshoreman, grain handlers, coal beav ers, bag sewera, canal boatmen, tug boat la a, lightermen, and every description ol worklx-Kmen. If this war is declared no vessel will b able to k7e port aa pilot will be drawn Into tbe straggle. Their In terests are with tue workmen aad H la alleged that oat of sympathy, if tot no other tcetoa, they will refuse to take oat tbe abipa. Already the sieasnibip oompaniea ba?e bKUB to feel tbe t ffect ot tbe (r...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 February 1887

Tn real estate boom and the new dress cf Tick News are the chief tuples of conversation on the streets. Tun Lonilard tobacconist strike ended yesterday, eighteen hundred op eratives resuming work at the terms of the company. The latest Mormon sensation is that Brigham Young is alive, and that l.e has lately returned from London and is living in a palatial palace two miles houth of Lincoln. Nebraska. Gexkical JIucicn'ek, who uspires to uie uemocratic nomination lor gover nor of Kentucky, is the officer who suc cumbed to General Grant's demand for "unconditional surrender" at Don olson. This counte rs of our merchants will sown be loaded with new goods. We advise our readers to watch the adver tisements in the News and get some of the many bargains offered by the live business men of our city. Some editors are always superior to circumstances. A Nebraska man w as carried forty miles by a cyclone and dropped in a widow's front yard, lie married the widow, and returned home worth about ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 February 1887

X i t ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1887. VOIi. 30-NO. 6. 4 i I' , HIE BEN DEAD. Oae of EmporiVa Oldest and Erteemed Citizens Most xauijueaaon ue Moor witnont a V . -m na arwa.w Moment's Warning, In the Hooms of Dr. Evan Evans, in Odd Fellow's Building After Arranging for a Pleasure Trip to California. Brief Biographical Synopsis cf the Life of the Deceased.' - Just as the noon hour sounded from the tower of the Garfield school build ing most of our business men were on their way to dinner, the fearful intel ligence flashed along the street that Dr. TV. W. Ilibben had just DROPPED DEAD in the office of Dr. Evan Evans, in the Odd Fellows' building. The News man immediately proceeded to the scene, where he found confirmation of the dread rumor in the wet eyes of friends, ere he entered the room con taining the yet warm remains. Inquiry of Dr. Evans developed the facts in the case to be that Dr. Ilibben had called at the rooms of the former in order to mak...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 February 1887

THE NEWSJ"rMEJM;S."r BY TUB N12WS COMPANY. Entered at the Pofttoffice Rt Emporia Second- Cla Matter. Pabllahed Kwery Thortday at Emporia I.yoa County, K Prtct, f I.SO a Tear In Advance. A..H. MKWUOHB, tCdltor CHAS UAH RI M, Aaattciate Bal tor lUaaacer. THURSDAY. FEBuUKY 10. 18S7. A bill making drunkenness a mia- demeanor lias passed the state senate. Judging by the sentiments expressed bv Iniralls, America will either fish or out bait. There is one thing about the boasted British navy. Their old iron pots are ufrald to face the perils of t he deep blue ocean. Afteh the-4th of March, there will probably le only three ex-union sol diers in the United States benate, to sixteen ex-confederate soldiers. i , A Is a revised list of wealthy senators our Mr. l'lumb is put down at SS00.OO0. He has undoubtedly been making money very rapidly for n few years. AccoKDiNo to the dispatches the house, by a vote of 2 to :il, endorsed Senator lugalls hpeech on the fishery question. This is an unusual ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 February 1887

i r, ' 1 ' ' 1 i. i i A POOR SWAP. Rlddleberger Ftvors SubKituting Treaties With Coast Defames and Men oi War for Promoting Peace. AWarrensburg Merchant Murdered With a Club. ArjJ His , Pockets' Rilled of Their Contents. . Indiana Republicans Will Contest ' Turple's Election. :on( DehnH Wanted. New Yokk, Feb. 3. Senator Rld dleberger, in a letter to Patrick Ford of the Irish World, explaining why he Toted against the fishery retaliatory bill, says: "I regard such legislation as child's play. What we want are coast defenses, cruisers and men-of-war, with which to resist insults as they are ofiered. If we would have the respect of England, we must com mand it, and there is but one way to command it. Beginning with retalia tion, so-called, will ultimately end in treaties which may swap American citizens for boodle aldermen. Guns are better guarantees against insults and injuries than paper treaties. A ' bwU l u r. St. Louis, Feb. 8. A special - from Warrensburg, Missouri, says'- Last n...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 February 1887

Tire president has signed the inter state commerce bill. - TrrE Wyandotte train wrecker's trial lias been set for February 21. Toe senate has passed tbe bill propriatlnjr twenty-one million coast fortifications. ap for Tofeka is preparing to renumber her houses. Emporia should follow suit, if she wants a free postal de livery. Qxe feature of the boom which has struck this city that inclines us to be lieve in It is the largely increased de mand for The News. Sexator Ingalls is more talked of to-day than any man in the country. His war speech lias leen commented upon all over the world. The death of Henry Clay Dean, one of the most eccentric yet brilliant men that Missouri has known, died Sunday night at his home in l'utnam county, lou a genuine boom, and one that speaks veil for the future of our city, commend us to the one which has taken hold of TueXkwb circulation, Postal notes are now convertible Into cash at any money-order postofflce In the United States. Formerly they were onl...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 17 February 1887

9 . ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 17 1887. VOIi. 30-NO. 7. fVNC Id H mi 1.1 If -r-y I -- I t i . l s 1 !; v. t . r - ) 1 ! i i 1" Report tfTuekcn Rxaatilaa.Ioe) Of the seventeen applicants of the examination of Jan. 29th only three received certificates. First Grade 0.-7. Wilkin. Third Grade Clara Harry. Third Grade A. O. Sax. In the questions riven below, the teachers will notice that the time for each study is riven by the state Board, to which we partially attribute the fail ure of some: FHYSIOLOOT AMD HYOIEMB. (January. 1HW7. Taylor. Time on. honr.l 1. Trao. a ray of lltfht throuirb the eye to in retina, naming; eacn pan tnroufa wutcn It passes. (Val. 10 per of tit.) i Locate and give function of eustachian tube. (Val. 10 per cent.) 3. Explain method of flex In the arm at the elbow, uamlDjr muscLes and firing attach. menu. ( v ai. iu per cent,) 4. Explain In I i run the prooeaa by which ear. boDlc acid iraa la exchanited for oxygen In the lungs. (Val. ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 17 February 1887

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Porftbmee at Jtmporla M Second- Claat Metier. Published Every Tbandr Emporia X.yoa County, Kansas. BITES OP IIIBHBlPTIOir. xau.t nwi: One year fix month Threw months One month , WEKKXTKKWa: One year. In advance Hlx inontba Three month ... 8 00 1 60 ... fiO ..II 00 .. BO 26 Frio. $1.60 Tear la A. M. NKWOOMB, KdlUrr OR as. HARRIS, Associate Kdltor asvd THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17. Accordlsq to Archbishop Corr gan Henry Ward Beecher is not a flt asso ciate for reputable Catholic clergy men. Ax exchange very truthfully re marks that "it costs money to adver tise, but it costs more money not to advertise." The first of the many projected monuments to Gen. Grant will be erected at Chicago. The necessary 8100,000 has been raised. Tiie Missouri people are much airi tated about a project to remove the state capital from Jefferson City. To- peaka can sympathize with them. COMMAjfuicn McDevitt has issued general order No. 10, fixing the sixth annual enca...

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