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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 December 1887

M ,-1 7 ! v y " i i It 1 'A. ! ; to HI' 7: ? - A NABROW ESCAPE K Train Dashes Through a Crowd at a Crossing, One Lady Thrown Several Feet and Fatally Injured. . The Reckless Engineer Barely capes a Lynching. Es- A Virginia Blood Murders His Sue cessful Rival. A Kansas Man Lassoed of $300. and Robbed CniCAGO, Dec. 22. The incoming Baltimore & Ohto train plowed at full speed through the crowd boarding the Illinois suburban train at Van Buren Station last evening. Fully 200 people were thronging the tracks at the time, and without a whistle or a note of warning the train was upon them. In an instant Miss Lottie Launderville was thrown through the air a distance of twenty feet and fatally injured. Im mediately after the accident the Bali more & Ohio train backed up, and had barely stopped when the cab was board ed by an infuriated crowd of persons who had narrowly escaped death. The engineer was roughly reized and cries of "lynch him!n "kill him!" were shouted from hundreds of t...

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. — 29 December 1887

TTTTr r ' : . I - I A XIUl BLbEaulDflB IB - HMtnhTa . H I 1 k. 1 st " t 1 i I V synonymous, then the Fanatic Is ), ..roIiTbltlontot. . f ) Iitkiixo ly tbVfoul language used I (the last Fanatic, the writer must . OUT ON A STRIKE. Sixty thousand coal tnlnen and rail roaders out on a strike In Pennaylva nia, and at this season of the year es pecially, means untold misery for thou sands of wives and children, not to speak of the men themselves. And yet this is the flippant manner In which so grave a subject can be treated by one of our exchanges It Is not altozeteer unreasonable to believe that the men who have struck on the t Heading system are the dupes of the coal barons. The scarcity of coal was just beginning to disappear and prices were decreasing. Now an- lf . . r I thMtitA vHl aMln rlvfil ffnM In Vktna risoaiu. no represents everyunngi " rr. .. . , 'i i . . "I and thn wilv hnrnm will revel in rrMA.t I in Lite Dmi. uunMtrniiR in in nroa. .- " ..... --- -- - y, " , ------- r i pro...

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. — 5 January 1888

V v. r - - JO PERSONAL WORK Our reader will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. . 1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1. The Weekxy Xews for One Dol lar In advance; the best weekly news paper In Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. V - - gS5b. V .- i . ESTABLISHED DARING AND SUFFERING. J A History of the Andrews Railroad 1 Raid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragio Zpisode of the Civil War. Kmbraciag a Fall aad Araarata AmouI ml th. Secret Jonra.y to the HMrt f . tha CoiMtracf, tha Captar of Hallway Trara la a Caafedarata Cam th Terrible Chut That roUewed, aad tha Subseqnent Tortaaa of the f adlar aad Bli Fart. Tbe expedition. In tha daring of 1U inoeptlon. aad tba wlliln of a romaaoe; while la tba mgrnatie and overwhelming rcautU It Bought aad m likely to obtain It was abaohitcly aubllma, Jdmb Advo...

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. — 5 January 1888

f ' ! t 7 THE NEWS. Bf THE NEW8 COMPANY. Tn tared at the Puetomee a Smporla aa Second Class Matter. abllahad Every IbarsJey Lyaa Cour;, Km 1 Kaaparta $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1 CHABLE3 HARRIS. KuiTOB. H. D. HAMMOND, Business litsiou. TJIUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1888. as will be seen by our telegrams on the third page. Gov. John S. Marma- duke, of Missouri, is dead. John P. St. John says that when he left Lawrence Tuesday morning John WalraJTs brewery was running just the same as ever. "The bigger chump a newspaper is, the less it quotes, but the more it steals." Soliloquy by Kerr of the Ot tawa Local-News. Oi'K dispatches state that Bent Murdock has been stricken with blind ness. If this is a fact, he has the sympathy of many friends in Emporia. The worthy poor of Danbury, Conn are in luck this winter. Three of the leading local physicians have agreed to devote an hour each day to giving them free consultation and advice. "This democracy of Kansas is in the saddle," says the Kan...

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. — 5 January 1888

CONoTITOTE A CRM! Jay Gould and Russell Sags Charged With Larceny By the Bondholders ot-the Kansas Pacific Road. The Statute of Limitation an Obsta cle to Successful Prosecution. A Hundred Families Rendered Home less by Fire. New York, Dec. 31. District AW torney Martine yesterday filed the fol lowing memorandum in the matter of charges made against Jay Gould and Russell Sage, by the bondholders of the Kansas Pacific railroad. "This Is an application to present to the grand jury a charge of larceny against Jay tiouia ana Kusseii sage under section nny-iour 01 tne penal coue. in my opinion the acts with the commisson of which the defendants stand charged, constitute a crime. A possible ob stacle to a successful prosecution of the persons complained of. is the statute of limitations. Yet there are strong reasons for believing that tbe obstacle is not insurmounta ble. The Btatute under which it is sought to prosecute may be so con strued as to enable the people to pro ceed notwitnatanc...

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. — 5 January 1888

General Fremont will make Ingle- wood, California, ms home. The immense telescope In the Lkk observatory near San Jose, California, has been placed in position. Salks of liquor at the drugstores are rapidly increasing. The Fanatic will either have to increase its size, quit publishing names of purchasers, or stop lying about the editor of The News. The Kansas City Times published a twenty-four page paper on Saturday, and if there is anything connected with the prosperity of that city that has es caped its elaborate review it must have been iu Jail. Iv the brewers and distillers of the country want to digust honest people with prohibition, let them start little papers in every city iu Kansas and Iowa, similar to the one called the Fanatic in this city. Or ALL. the New Year's editions that have appeared at this office, we give the palm for neatness and beauty to that of the St. Joseph Daily News. It lias much the appearance of one of the better class of illustrated weeklys. Queen Vict...

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. — 12 January 1888

4 PERSONAL WORK Our readers will favor us by call Ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. .We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one neve subscriter daring the coming month. 1,872 COLUMNS fori The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. W1, una ESTABLISH ED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1888. VOT. 31. NO. 2. lbo7. M. w i 4 I ', if a- J VI ' I v DARING AND SUFFERING. 'A History of the Andrews Bailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. . The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. embracing a Full .Dd Aeeorat Atcoaal of tb Srt Jonrn.y to tb. Heart el tb. ConfodeAcy, tb C.ptar. of Ballwif Trar la a Confederal. Camp, tb. T.rrlbl Ch.o That FoUowid, and tb SubMqaant Fartaao. of tb Laadar and Bit Party. By WILLIAM PITTENOr.B, a anm or m azneonw. LOomrrlirbtetl. 1HH7 hr Wu PiiV.ll.hti aad published by arrangwnrnt wit n Co.. ...

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. — 12 January 1888

V 3 aw 1 ' IB.- f 1 11 1-. 1 It i 1 1 , 1 Jit it ! f- I i 5 3 i A - THE NEWS. BY TUB NE"VS COMPANY. I Tassred m tho Pmtoffloc at Emporia u Second Claa at titer. abUakod ' Kvery Ihu railsy at EmporU Lyoai Cftoaty, Euuu. $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARI.Kfl HARRIS. Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, Bctiunesh Masaukk. THURSDAV, JANUARY 12, 1888. If you want revenue only, reduce the tariff; if you desire prosperity, with good wages for working men, adhere to protection. The 1 Dorado Daily Republican will be suspended for the present, owing to the sad calamity which has befallen Mr. T. 13. Murdock. who ex pects to visit Philadelphia for treat ment. The Weekly, however, will be continued. Mr. Murdock has the sin cere sympathy of his many friends in Emporia, and we hope to be able vo chronicle before long bis happy re covery from this affection. John P. St. John says that when he left Lawrence Tuesday morning John Walruff brewery was running just the same as ever. Emporia News. And a Lawre...

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. — 12 January 1888

NEWS NOTES. Newark's Mayor Complains of Ball road Officials Bad Treatment. A Few First-Claw Funerals Would Make Him Happy. Ex.Caerner Baldwin of the Fidelity Bank Die of Paralysis. Texas ' Beformers" Mode of Appeal, lug to Mens Gonsienoes. Nkw York, Jan. 6. In the annual message of Mayor Ilaynes of Newark, after complaining that the suit of the city against the Delaware, Lackawan na western rtauroaa company naa been settled on terms too advantageous to the company, be says: "A few first class funerals, the subjects furnished f rom the officers and board of directors o f the Delaware, Lackawanna & West ern company would make room for a reasonable board, one that will not treat a city of 165.000 inhabitants, that pays them hundreds of thousands of dollars yearly for freight and passen gers, worse than tbey treat any coun try village from iloboken to Buffalo. Jt becomes us on all occasions to be reconciled to the will of the Lord. If, in bis wisdom, he should see fit to re move som...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 January 1888

The small pox la a virulent form is raging at Wichita. Thirty cases were reported on Sunday laat. The newspapers all over Kansas re port that taxes are beJng paid more promptly this year than ever before. No more applicants will be admitted to the Soldiers' Home at Leavenworth, the institution being crowded to its utmost capacity. Tub democratic majority iu the Forty-eighth congress was 83; in the Forty-ninth congress, 43, while in the Fiftieth congress it is but 1 Tub desire of one or two senators to talk for buncombe is the only thing likely to delay the granting of a pension to Mrs. John A. Logan. One of Senator Sherman's objections to the president's message is that it omits "the usual recognition of the Supreme Being of the Universe." A paper in Crete, Nebraska, prints the announcement that the pastor of the Congregational church will not preach for a month, under the head ing. "Bully, if True." TnK Emporia News is remarkably silent of late. A mule never runs into a barbed wire...

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. — 19 January 1888

Stats E'stortesl Sac'' . rtRSONAL WORK . Our readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly ;nvs. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber during the coming month. ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1888. VOL. 31. NO. 3. sr.fe -a 'Wft rf4i. efe 4 M J ri&ri& ; m - ml vMi ss?" ! ; W nf I I I! . I J I. - ? l i - - j-r -I ilXB X iJA ; (fV I) I) L. lar in advance; the best weekly news- ' I A t ; ' r VJk f I 1 1 I ?! I : - S I f If f ' : . fj f I 1 V I I llrl Pper in Lyon county; republican in :W yJi.it U . vL iUivy X vlUv Avslsl K ily J ft, iL if Jv lis III JV hi S?00.10. ' ' i i i ii i X" fSf 5 nr XjT Sr S ' 'v?y y S NiT ' r.- anmywcupiea tree. !"f i DARItIG AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Eailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. Tha SIost Herolo and Tragio Episode of the Civil "War. Kmbraclac a rail and Aeeurat AoomiI r thm Secret Journey to thai H.mrt ml tk. Confederacy, tb. Captor, of a BUwT T...

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. — 19 January 1888

THE B" THE SBW8 COMPAMY, Tntrd at the Possofflee at Sapori as -UlMllUW. TmbUahadi Kvery Tbaradar a Ljroa Cauaty, "XTTJi'TTTQ I laais being persecuted by ajenalty out I of all DroDortion to the crime . just bo long will all lovers of fair play and jus tice cry out against the injustice. These thoughts are Buzzes ted by the severe penalties meted out to saloon atics in Wichita, an account of which will be found elsewhere. iparlal SI .50 Per Year If Pali in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, EniTOa. . H. D. HAMMOND, BUSINESS Maxagbb. THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1888. Anthracite coal is going up in price in eastern cities in consequence of the great Reading strike. Speaker Cart.ist.ie puts Mr. Clem ents at the head of the civil service re form committee the mam who reported a bill last year to repeal the Civil Ser vice law. The burning of the residence of Senator Ingalls yesterday will be a sad loss to him, especially the destruction of his library containing the collections of a lifetime. This year ...

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. — 19 January 1888

TWi CONFUGRATIOHS The State Armory at Columbus. Ohio, Burned to the Ground. Biflef, Uniforms and Amunition To tally Destroyed. Fat Poultry and Suck Consumed in l ha Flames. Lowell's Fae Department. Quarters and Armory Burned. A Scattering Made by Exploding Cartridges and Bulk Powder. Columbus, Jan. 12. The Fourte3nth regiment armory, a frame structure on Spring street, burned at 0 o'clock this morning. The tire caught from a de fective flue and soon consumed the building. The drapery and evergreens went like a flash to the floor, every thing going up like an explosion. The force of men about the armory endeav ored to get the valuables and live stock out, but were unable to do anything of consequence. The building was total ly enveloped in less than ten minutes. There were one thousand rounds of ammunition in the building. The cart ridges exploded, the bullets flying in all directions. Pete Ball, colored, was truck on the head with a bullet, but was not Beriously burt. Three hun dred...

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. — 19 January 1888

A I : I I; I 4 4 t Sow la a good time to register. - The Lamar question is settled, and he ban been confirmed, the vote stand ing 2S to 32. , .- The annual meeting of the Traut Mississippl Associated Press will take rlace in Kansas City on Wednesday, January 25. , A Ilrrcnixsox man says that whtn a woman gets a rumple on her nose in u icnita tney bang out a red flag and Itiarantine the Louse. -Umi branches of the Washington - ierritory legislature have re-enacted the woman suffrage law, but exempted women from jury duty. And now it is claimed that even Cleveland bus joined the immortal band. The Courier-Journal is author ity for dubbing him Colonel Cleveland. Aktku missing only one issue, the Kansas City Star reappears on our desk, in all its usual , typographical beauty and neatness. Well done, Col .NelHon. The Kansas City Evening Star of lice was badly damaged by fire yester day. Col. Xelson, proprietor of the paper, estimates his loss at 920.000, . with insurance of 417,000. Alth...

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. — 26 January 1888

PERSONAL WORK. Our readers will favor us by call Ing the attention of neighbors to the Wjeetxy News. We ask each of oar friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. .1 872 COLUMNS F0R$1. The AVeekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. 4 IP EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1888. VOL. 31. NO. 4. J' v ; i f- 1 n t t i !? DARING AND SUFFERING. AHistory of the Andrews Railroad Bald Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Herolo and Tragio Episode of the Civil War. Bmbratlif a Foil aad A Marat. AaeooaS f th. Secret Journey to tha Heart of tha Coafaderacy, tha Captor of a Baalwar Trara la a Coafad.rata Camay, tha T.mbl. Chaae That roll. wad. aaa tha Subsequent Fortoaee of tha LeadeT and Bla Part. Tha expmlition. in the during of lt Inception, had tba wUdDcaa of a romance; while la tba atlgaaUe aad osarwhalmlag rssulta It aooirbt aad ...

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. — 26 January 1888

THE NEWS.I II V TUB NEWS COMPANY. Tn tared al the PowlBc at Kmporla a . Second-Uaes Matter. rablleiied Every Ihnmlif at Cnptrii Lyoa Coonty $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance St. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, BcsibesB Mamaoeb. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1S88. A MOTTO D.Q. for valentines: K. M. P. There are 8 convicts in the Kan sas penitentiary, 104 of whom are na tive Miaaourlans. Sam Small says that he will be able to prove that "Adonis" Dixey is a Ram bler and a blackleg in just five minutes. The Rev. Thomas K. Beecher is again spoken of as a successor to his dead brother's pulpit in Plymouth church. At a sale of autographs recently at Berlin a letter of Sarah Bernhardt sold for $50, while one of the Emperor Wil liam went hard at $10 only. Since Btreet robbing has become the order of the night in Kansas City, the young men go to church with a girl on one arm arm a shot gun on the other. A Kansas City Times' telegram from Washington says that George T. An thony is going to Otta...

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. — 26 January 1888

WARMLY KECE1VED Road AgenU Attempt to Hold op Wabash Tram, Bat are Met by a Volley of Shot and the Leader Wounded. Stolen Bonds Traced to a Chicago Bank and Recovered. Fourteen Coolies Drowned in Being Smuggled Ashore. St. Louis, Jan. 19. An attempt was made to hold up a Wabash train last night by robbers twenty-seven miles west of Kansas City near Missouri City. The train was flagged and the engineer ordered out of his cab. The officials bad information of tbe at tempt and a volley from shot guns met the robbers and the leader was shot down. The county officials are now in hot pursuit and some of the robbers were captured. LATER ACCOCJJT. St. Levis, Jan. 19. Train robbers were foiled last night in an attempt to rob an ex pi ess train of the Wabash & Western road at Cooley's lake, twenty four miles east of Kansas City. The regular Kansas City and St. Louis ex- Dress train No. 4, left Kansas City at 8:20 p. m. It was in charge of W. O Beck ley, the regular conductor. Geo. Morsev ...

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. — 26 January 1888

The signal service says no more COld waves are in siht at present. ' Laweence la talking of coaveiiii.- the Wairuff brewery into a bugar fac We would suggest thst tlia Abilene Gazette interview orae Topcka nu n on tbe subject of capital removal. ' Tuje G. A. li. department cncuniM ment meets at WinuelJ , on Tuesday, February 21. Many Kansas cxchana are erroneously, announcing it fur March. Tusua are three breach of pronii.se suits now in Kansas courts. All of the suits .are brought by women, the youngest of whom ia S3 and the ohlest Tub Wichita Ueacoa lays the deaths caused by the late cold snap to the hisrh tariff on wool, and denounces the ra publican party for yellinz for a still higher tariff. A mkoical gentleman ju&t from Hutchinson, says the small-pox is ra Ing at that place, lie asserts that lie saw four cases himself all of the most virulent character. iueeu coinciuence: All the men interviewed by the Abilene Gazette weie residents of Abilene. All the men interviewed wer...

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. — 2 February 1888

PERSONAL WORK. Our readm will favor u by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Wimi JIiwi. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. 1,872 COLUMNS FOR $1. The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republUan in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. TAPUSHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1888. VOL. 31. NO. 5. IM7. (uj ; f w i ii i hi DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Bailroad Raid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroio and Tragic Spisode of the Civil War. Embracing a Fall and Accaraie Aaaaaat of tha Secret Journey to tha Baar af tha Confederacy, tha Captara af a Hallway Train 1b a Coafadarata Can a. tha T.rrlbl. Cbaaa That Followed, aau tha Subsequent Fortaaoa of tha taaaor and Bit Party. By WTTiTiTAHf FXTTSNOXB, a nna or mm zmxmo. rOopyrlghted, 18B7, by War Publishing Co. and publuued by arraogament with CHAPTER XIX. LAST D...

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. — 2 February 1888

THE NEWS. BY THE 2TEAVS COMPANY. I KaWred at tha Postoffle at Emporia as Beoonil- Clsas M alter . l'nblLsb.ea Kvery Thursday at Kmporla L7011 County, Kauaaa. St. 50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHABLES HARRIS, Bdituh. H. D. HAMMOND, BrsiSESS Managua. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1888. - The . discovery of oil and coal, mentioned on another pane, at Em poria, will do much to bring her to the front this coming upiing. On to-morrow evening there will be a total eclipse of the moon. The moon will be partially eclipsed when it rises; it will be total about 7 p. m. and end at about 8:80 p. m. Fon Jake Stotler: "The Kev. Sam Jones is credited with stating a very important fact about the lower regions. Visitors from the rural districts he says, can't blow out the gas." A man never has very much love for the jury that convicts him of stealing Bheep. Ottawa Local-News. How do you know? We thought a watermelon was the jeculiar penchant of Ottawa editors. Not the least vexatious of Senator Ingalls'...

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