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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

fci, oir GOODS CO. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 209. f At less than cos: of all Days is all that is left to us to clean up this stock and only the same time left for you to secure som3 of the best Dry Goods ever sold in this city, at first Eastern cost and less. Small Chenille lioor Mats, 15c Large Chenille Door Mats, 25c. Large size Jute Mats, were 75c cut to 37c Large size Jute Mats were $1.25 cut to 73c Alfred Midwood & Sons (Limited) best tolack brocaded sateens htiw colored figure, warranted colorings, flne as silk, just right for comforts or house wrappers, cost 131c per yard east. We clean them out at 81c. 25 dozen child's black ribbed cashmere hose, all wool, were 25c a a psir, now 15c to clean them out. I We recieved Satur day last one case of Blankets from the1 mill. 1 These goods had been i on back order, and had vbe en made for us, we were too late in can celling the order, they I are here and they have to go at Mill Prices, sse them. jDuring the next lEignt days y...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

THE KUTCHI1.S0H GAZETTE TM CA2ITTE PUBtlSHIHQ AND PRINTINO CO Lmm A. Hitttoh, H. I. Torn. President, Boo'y Trsaa. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Jerry Black's swell Assembly club has quit. Tnore was hoc enougn men to go round. A former Galena preacher is now a, floor walker in a Kansas City dry goods store still keeping an eye out tor sinners. The religions revival at Osage City has become so redhot that society has suspended gaiety ana literary ciuos qmt meeting. Abilene people going to Africa to do missionary work is like the famous Thompson colt which swam the river to get a drink. Herman Lay ton of Hewins was fool ing with an empty revolver last week, when it went off and spotted him gor geously in the leg. It is said that Major Drumhiller, ifonntv oil insnector. is keDt so busy in his official duties that ho has given up all his outside work. The Eev. R. L. March holds out a !&ew hope to sinners. In a recent lecture on "Hell" he said there was a chance for reform after dcatli. M...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

) ... . '.1 f ' v A ft r i I T wig a ntnrmv Christmas Eve, and the little town of 5 J Trnmane was com' ( 7. iromsoe v j pletely enveloped ? In the ermine man- tie of mld-wlnter. ' Snow had been fall ing all day, and aa the night ap proached, large flakes were still be ins driven hither and thither by the furious wind, which howled and roared In the chimneys, shook the carefully closed windows, and died away In the distance like the last despairing wall of 'a loat soul. In one of the most miserable houses of a wretched street, In the worst quar ter of the town, a woman by the dim light of a flickering candle watched be side the sick-bed of her last remaining child. She was weeping bitterly, but strove to stifle her sobs for fear of dis turbing the fitful slumbers of the suf ferer. As the furious tempest shook the dilapidated tenement, she trembled as if she already felt the dread presence of the Angel of Death. No Christmas fagot blazed on the miserable hearth, the happy voices of la...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

V. C. T. Social. The U. C. T. hold a social in the K. of r. hall Saturday evening. Woodman Modal. f The Modern Woodmen of this city . ' will Rive there lodge social' at the Odd Fellows hall Monday evening. II ok Cbolor. Hog cholora Is epidemic among the fxvkera in tlie vicinity of Atchison. It ij estimated that the loss will aggre gate $100,000. f beat Proanrelii. We have talked with several larmers from differant parts of the county luring the week and they report the wheat in a Bne condition . . Stolen. The house of Mrs. Van Uuran on avenue east was broken into durinR her absence last Saturday, and the greater part of her household goods were loaded into a wagon and hauled away. Ulaiitlem. The State Veterinary was here the first of the week examining diseased horses at Uncle Abe Forneys. The report is tiiat the trouble is glandeis .... I - !.. . r.1 . -IvIlMH U . Those who do not take advantage of the grand suit sale at UoHberg's, can blame no one but them selves. Herpa All Klnda....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

n - OFFICIAL 0R(JAN OF THE PHOPLE'8 Pa KIT AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL.6. ' HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TFIUUSDAY NOOX, DEO. 2G, 1895 NO. 17. ' " t ' ' ; - L Great Stock-Taking Sale now going on at Dress Goods Dept. At 503 Yard. All the latut 40 Ineh, wjol Hiul silk nnil worl French nfl 800 h pUiil that we have old tl Ac out they gu t 00c yil . At 50 cents. All weol (imh wool n I rnv n I wool jirixtnre IUtaolU fur He and 35c yard-out they goatlseyd. At $175 Yard. All of onrM-mch Finn sfriklhn Clonklm?, r cjr Colors, that guld fur 1.50 ybrJ out Ihey Shoe Department. At 75c and t;dc pair. Ch'Mivn'n heavv oil Rralii Mionl shoes thai sold Inr l.i!S and $1 50 Out the gn. Sa. 8 So. ti, at 75c pair. No. 18 and I nt Mj pair. At $100 Pair. All the Ladles' Flnr Hnmlltlon ft Ttrown $ j.uU plain toe hoei.-Uut thoy o at 1 (Hi pair At $1.75 Pair. J6I) pair men's 2.S H. H. Sho inlnca and congress, '"nt tiey go at S1.7J pair All ahoer at LUTPKIt'tfS. WAYS AND MEANS. The Committee Hard at Work...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE T GAZETTE PUBUSHIIIB AHD PatMTIMQ CO I A. Hottow, ftraaident h. a. ro, 8007 A Trea. BUTGHIXSOX. IMS. KANSAS ITEMS OF DiTKBEST. A Kansas woman advertises - for reliable man. She will advertise in rain. Eeliablo men are not caught la that way. The "Queen Lil" mine at Galena shows up an eighteen foot face of lead ore, and is getting bigger as the mi" ners go into it. The grasshoppers did some damage In Ellis countv. but the farmers re- sowed their wheat in time to insure a fall acreage. Dr. E. L. Willson of Marysville has sold Lis trottinir mare for 83,000. Now he ought to be content to drop ono of l's from his name. A. C. Jordon, who as sergeant-at-arms called the house from labor to refreshment last winter, has rented 6,000 acres of land in Ellsworth county, where he will pasture his herds. Lawrence and Leavenworth have doubled teams and established a cock' ing main in Lawrence. It is thought there will be lots of old roosters In at tendance when the first cont...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

SCATTERING MONEY. American Steam Laundry. HUTTOn & OSWILD, Proprietors. CAPITAL THE USURPER IN STALLED. A BILLION DOLLAR BALL AND BANQUET. t lia Duplicity, Tyranny. Treachery and the Piracy of Tlita New Monarch, a Sketched br the Matter lland of Sen ator bit; alll In 1801. We Do Mot Believe that a Billion Dollaw Ball 1 In Keeping with the Spirit of Our Institution Millionaire! Have Mad Our Tramp. - Telephone io7. West Sherman Street LIBERTY DETHRONED. I'P ' The evil, Mr. President, the second to which I adverted as threatening the safety, if It does not endanger the ex istence of the Republic, is the tyranny of combined, concentrated, centralized and incorporated capital. And the peo ple are considering this great problem now. The conscience of the nation Is shocked at the injustice of modern so ciety. The moral sentiment of man kind has been aroused at the unequal distribution of wealth, at the unequal diffusion of burdens, the benefits and (the privileges of society. At the be...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

l&utcblnson flfoettc. Entered at the postofflce in Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEc A, MUTTON. TlltMS Of SUBSCRIPTION! $1.00 PER YttAU C. E. SIDLINGSR, Tile 3Dr ULgist inscriptions a .Specialty. Worth Main street Ilutchinson TUT WAIl Sl ARK. A week lius passed since Clevc-aml is siii'd Ii'h "war' U)t'S-:nH. .Since tlwt time some important things have tran. fired which lias revealed the true motive. It is a well known fact that tun republicans iu eonfjie.-ii are in byui palhyvvMi the president on the liniiri- cial question. Cleveland's chief aim i: to make good his pronii.sua to tlio na tioual banka of the country to retire the greenbacks, and issue the 500,000, 000 of bonds that they desire. Under ordinary circumstances there would have been no trouble to get such a measure through congress, but Tom Seed's congress had decided on a do nothing policy, hoping to further the time until he, us president, would gain the plaudits of the bankers by sign...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

iiriHLi ..r' i Hutchison, Kansas. ; POINTER MO. 203. At less than cost of all pays : T W H is all that is left to us to clean up this stock and only the same time left for you to secure some of the best Dry Goods ever sold in this city, at first Eastern cost and less. Small Chenille ioor Mats, 5c Large Chenille Door Mats, 25c. Large size Jute Mats, were 75c cut to 37ic Large size Jute Mats were $.25 cut to 75c Alfred Midwood & Sons (Limited) best fclack brocaded sateens htiw colored figure, warranted colorings, fine as silk, just right for comforts or house wrappers, cost 131c per yard east. We clean them out at 81c. 25 dozen child's black ribbed cashmere hose, all wool, were 25c a a psir, now 15c to clean them out. We recieved Satur day last one case of Blankets from the mill. These goods had been on back order, and had T)een made for us, we were too late in can celling the order, they are here and they have to go at Mill Prices, sse them. Fa ive the LEADER Dry Goods Co. 1. D. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

CL ANTI-WAR MEETING. VENEZUELA MESSAGE DE NOUNCED IN NEW YORK. The Speakers Are Blued Eleven Hun dred People Assembled In Cooper (Won and Listened to Peace Speeches lir Lyman Abbott and Henry George. Kkw Yobk, Dec 24. Eleven hun dred people assembled in Cooper Union last night to condemn President Cleve land's message to Congress over the Venezuelan boundary line question. Ernest Howard Crosby presided. Ha spoke of the Monroe doctrine as fol lows: "We are here to assert all that stands for the dignity of the American people and to counteract the froth at the mouth that has become epidemic and seems to have taken hold of the people. We are here to protest against the errors of the President of these United States." (Prolonged hisses and applause.) The tumult that followed seemed for the moment as if it would break the meetiag up. Cries of ''put him out," "get out." and the like were heard from all parts of e hall. Meantime, the hisses and applause continued. Just as quiet had been re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

SCIATIC RHEUMATISM AND ITS CURE. Prom tii Gaxotta, Burllofton, lows. Th6 story of Mr. Tnbor'i neaxly fatal at tack of solatlo rheumatism la familiar to bit targa circle of acquaintances, bat for tfe benofll of other and those similarly afflicted the Gaiette has Investigated th matter for publication. Mr. Tabor la Sec retary and Treasurer for the Commercial Printing Company, with office in the Hedge Block and resides at 417 Basset Street, Burlington, la. A Gazette man ought an Interview with Mr. Tabor at hi place of business today, and, although h wa bosily engaged with Imperative dutiee, be talked freely and feelingly on the sub ject of his recent severe sickness and sub- seqnent wonaenuicum. Yes," said Mr. Tabor, "I can safely say that I am a well man, that Is, my old trouble with rheumatism has entirely disappeared, bat 1 am still taking Pink Pills and will keep on taking them as long a 1 continue to grow tronger and healthier, as I have been every day since 1 began to use them. Y...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 December 1895

tfpjarlet fever. Dr. Maguire rpnor:a several cases o oUrJei fever in tlio sand InJW north oil the city, ' o Ullm; h;y yet re" tt is just as easy as roiling off a log". We mean to purchase a suit of clotbt at Goldberg's now, as his prices a:e 10 low. Appreciated. The", crowds at the Universalis church grows with each sermon, The church is to be congrgtugj Qj) Secur ing' ho abU & miniBU? ill .v. Fal coner. A. Leuff ll Waut. That is, the exceedingly low prices on shoes and cloth'ng at I. Goldberg s. They are going away soon. Only " We have one copy of Crtimm's atlas , ihe world, bounu iu line red leather. Original price $35, $10 takes it. Here ii achancd forteHcliers to get a line at las at less than one-third of its value. Opera House Hook Store. WbVDav UO lor a suit of cloths when jou can gei out: just " 41JIHlnri 10 (ilOSlIlIT OHIO A. v. berg's. foV.B Ait aUiiil. J. F. Wass sells all kinds of Coal, also Hay and Flour and Feed, at 21 florth Mam streei. Clean Coal and prompt deliv...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

r-ta.ujnu.tBjiijLi Ben TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOl 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JAN. 2, 1896 NO. 18. i ONEiTA Union Suits P. MART MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, MINERAL SPRINGS. HotaWter, Gold Water. .Too State of.. COLORADO Has more Miurnl Springs, both Hot and Cnlil. of tried medics! qualities, thin Hoy similiir nra in the Wotld First Class Hotel Ac commodations. Reached only viu the Denver tk Rio Grande R. R. Tninists nuil Health S-ekers will fiud n tne ltocky Moun tains .'iPHlth, Hint Wealth nml Pleasure. Stud for illnstrated pamphlets K. T JKKFKKY. Pres. A. S. Di ;iik, Trnfllc Mnrg'r S. K. Ilooi'KU, (J. T. &T. Denver, - - Colorado. NEW MARKET! Jones & Hansen, Props. A full line of fresh and Salt meals. Highest Market Price . for your chickens. Wp also buy your fat cattle. Give us a call. JONES &. HANSEN JeiXorth Wain Street. Thirty Loaves of BREAD for One Dollar at the BON TON BAKERY. Fined Una of Candle, tad M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

THE HUTCH1NS0H GAZETTE THl CAZETTE PHBU8HIM0 MO PRIWTH1Q C8 VMM A. HUTTOW, President H.I. Fot, Beo'f Tret. ISTCHUS9I, urns. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Kansas !s s1 p her corn to Eu- tope by the way of Galveston. An Ellsworth tooth carpenter ad vertises to repair grinders, lor corn. I Howard has a blooded filly known to turfmen as the 'Campbellite Mare." i Judge C. W. Shinn will begin the practice of law early in January in Eureka. G. W. Condon of Springview, Neb., attempted suicide at Ottawa Friday, by cutting his throat. ! Edwin Pearson has been appointed postmaster at Diamond Springs, vice A. W. Loomit, resigned. The Maple Leaf recently paid 815,000 for a block of ground at Leaverworth and will increase its yard room there. Andrew hwiggett, ex-county clerk of Butler county, has disappeared and his friends are much concerned about him. In Atchison, where people rake in their kin with a fine-tooth comb, hoi iday shopping is called the "Christmas trot." 1 Fred Lobdell dubs his paper t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

The John A. Salzer Seed Co.., of Lt Crosse, Wis., have , recently purchased the complete catalogue trado of the Northrup, Braslan, Goodwin Co., of Minneapolis and Chicago. This gives the Salzer Seed Co. the largest cata logue mall trade In the world and they are In splendid shape to take care of eame, as they 'have recently, completed their mammoth new seed houses. The 1896 catalogue is Just out and the largest ever issued. Seat to any ad dress for 5,.cents to cover postage. A maannay unlearn, never. but a woman Rich Red Blood fa the foundation of health. The way to have Rich, Red; llealthy Blood is to take Sarsaparilla Kood'a Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents. to lila own luiun-at who thorns mile, f imi or Bnot'Gun and lias cot copy uf t'.ie 1DKAL HAND BOOK. CO pages of valuable Information to .hoot er.. BE ALIVB andaeudfor no 1'Hr.K. Sumps lor postaite acceptable. IllKAL MFG. Co., Drawer 86H, JSW HAVKM, Conu. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cietniei and beontifie tha title. Promote! a laiu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

Tbutcbineon feettc. lutered t the portoffiee In Huichineon, Kansas, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE ft, HUTTON. Taaus or 4ubscription, 1.00 per Yeah C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Dr-uggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Hortii Main street Hutchinson JANUARY 1896. ) N 1 0 N SuSjIb I ARFI Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. 12 3 4 J9 20 2T 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .... Eveiiy populist in congress v !; i d against the bond bill reported by the Ways and Means committee. If the News management will send a copy of their New Years day edition to Grover Cleveland, we think they can get a new subscriber. Ckime is increasng in this country. In 1880 the census showed that we had one prisioner for every 843 of po pulation. In 1890 we have one pris ioner to every 760 ot population. The populists papers generally de nounce President Cleveland's Vene zuelan message. A pop paper de nounces everything. News. Pop papers denounce anything that leads to more bonds. Congressman Long is doing a gre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. For Future Announce orients. We have today fin ished invoicing our stock. Next Saturday morning Mr. Wiener leaves for the East to make a final disposi tion of his interests in this business, and while there he will assist in the purchase of a New Spring Stock of High Class Dry Goods, some of which will arrive in a few days. Watch For Future Aunounce ments. t t i t rm enn I u i I I U k inn uimiAim IN CONGRESS. 1. 1, i Mr. Sherman Introduces a Resolu tion in the Senate lO RESTORE THE RESERVE. 1ht ITouso Holds a Purely Formal Meeting J. 1. Morjriiil & Co. Receiving Appll eatlona for Allotment of tho L'oail Loru. Washington, Dec. 31. Senator Slier Tiif.n, of Ohio, introduced in Iho senate to-day the following: Resolve I, Thut by injurious legislation by the Md uoui;ris, tli revenues of the iroveru ment were reduced below its necessary expen diture and the funds created tor in wrul redemp tion of Ui'ited Stutos notes h::ve been inviidcil lo supply such itcllclcney ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

IS NOW REPUBLICAN. SENATE COMMITTEE REOR GANIZATION CARRIED. Populists Hold the Balance of Power By Refusing; to Vote the Democrats Lose Control of the Upper Branch of of Congreg. Washington, Dee. 31. The commit tees of the Senate yesterday passed to the control of the Republicans. The Popirtists, with the exception of Mr. Kyle of South Dakota, declined to vote, and the Republicans, having a plurality of the Senate, were thus en abled to adopt the resolution by a vote of 30 to 28. Mr. Kyle voted with the Democrats against the reorganization. A two-hour debate followed the adoption of the resolution by which the change was effected, the purposu of which was mainly political. The Democrats, tinder the leadership of Senator (iorman, ably seconded by Senator Harris, attempted to show that the reorganization was effected by an alliance between the Republic ans and Populists, contending that the Silence of the latter, by making possi siblo the reorganization, indicated ac quiescence, lie ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS. TO loni Up-to-Data Hints About Cultiva tion of the Soil and Yields Thereof Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori culture. BULLETIN OP the Indiana Expert mental Station says: The smut in corn differs in sev eral Important par ticulars from the common smuts of the smaller cereals, wheat, oats-, rye and barley. In no re spect is the differ ence more marked than In its mode of attacking the plant, and in this fact lie valuable hints to the cultivator. It has been assumed that because the smut of wheat and oat3 can be pre vented by Immersing the seed in hot water or a solution of some fungicide, the same method is applicable to corn. But it is not true and for the reason that the method by which the corn smut attacks the plant is very unlike that of most of the other cereal smuts. It has been found out at the Indiana Experiment Station that the smut does not attack the plant through the seed, but like wheat rust it starts in the leaves a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 January 1896

Anwibtr Pper. Fred Casher hw (purchased the tlaven Item and the paper will be issued from this city iu the future. a Spirtiiieil Ankle. Mr. E. W. .Tordon, some days ri ..iprained an hukle which compelle t liim to remain indoors a few days. He able to wain now with the aid of a .ne. Marrtl. At Topeka, Kausas, Wednesday, Dec. 18, Mr. Geo. Wagner to Misa Maud Ewing. The grooui is the bus! ess manager of the Topeka Advocate. Aleve's our hand George. IhilveMlUt Cbaureto. Sunday school 10 a. m., junior meeting 4 p.m. All are crdially invited to these seryioes. Strangers especially invited to theevening service. Geo. N. Falconer, pastor. Ue Utiwkt-r Poet Wliltller. "Sweet bother IMls and Robert Burin, The moorland flower and peasant, How at ilieir ineudon, memory turns Her p.igi-4 old "ml jieiiaaiit." . Gnud Scotch Concert, Jan.24tn. JIr. Jn. tJumllu leal. Frank and W. L. Hamlin of this city are in receipt of the sad news of the ,4... .4-1, Aft ',.,!, ttpnttioi ftitnaa1 tvtf u . ., ., . .....

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