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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

1 J. - ',ttU.HJ mi.lii.1 IH HUM ii , IIUICniSON, KA.NSA.S. Our Alteration Sale and SaleoftheClaser Bros. Fire Salvage tock now going on (Sigtisd the LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Managers. I'OCSTV NEWS. IIveu. 'Qua Myera hos moved to the count" Vi The Haven "Item" is printed r' jjt 3ope nowadays. Will Ash's paper nt Mia 1 inrn mi Wednesday was "perfect' y i0V(.v . I understand that lg br0lher8 remove to the Miwor )(J building ia a fe(V iveeks. Miss Mulile j5urges(, aooepted a position in Ufl miiiiueiy department of Sirs. Vr. jampstid's store. n'ider to be "in it" you must cough nfe 'eand be miserable ftenerally tbese ys of bad weather, worse rouds and stray comets. Tlio lluven dramatic company are re heursing a choice play and will present it to their many admiring friends iu the the near future, Misa Lizzie Magnire, who 1ms been in a critical condition for several dn-, is imgvoving nndtr the skillful treatment of Dr. Sams. It is hoped she will H sneedilv renovr. il...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

THE OTCSSOn GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO I A. HllTTOK, Pre.iilent. H. S. Foster. Seo'y ft Treas. HUTCHIHSOM, urns. One swallow may not be able to make a summer, but one groundhog has been able to Include a pretty com plete winter in his output. The value of continuous advertising lies in the fact that people get to be lieve in the merits of an article whose name is familiar, even if they forget what its merits really are. The soda water and effervescent water manufacturers of the country have formed a trust, lortunately for the "brownies" and their mates, ice cream will prooably not be raised in price next summer, the ice supply being more than ample. A EcnorEAX army surgeon located in Java is reported to have dug up an old fossil which supplies the link long missing between the monkey and the man. It is claimed that this genus has about two-thirds the brain mass of a man, to have had teeth almost human and to have walked on two logs. Let us hope that the European ...

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

WEEK'S REVIEW IIS BRIEF NOTABLE HAPPENINGS FROM THE WORLD AT LARGE. Boiled Down For Buy Mind Into NnUhell Giving Valuable Infor mation of the Great Passing Show a Gleaned from the Wire Reports, Two of Germany's admirals have tendered their resignations. Ires and Schaefer, the billiard is ts, are engaged in a contest at Denver, ) Cola. Lewis M. Burford of Illinois has ! been nominated as consul at Paso del Norte, Mexico. The booking)) of Americans for . European tours during the summer is unusually large. j The joint committee's plan for re I i organlzatlng the Atchison is complete 3 in all Its principal provisions. I George Gould denies the report that . the Missouri PaciSc railroad is likely I to be placed la the hands of the re' i cetvers. , j' The contest for the county clerk f ihlp of Buchanan county, Missouri, was " decided in favor of Robert Nash, Uenv .! ocra.t. Adjutant-General Eaton of the gov .' , ernor's, of Michigan, staff, dropped ' dead last week while attending a fun ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

The Laut One . .1. Ham will deliver his celebrared ure, "The Snolly Goster in Poli at the opera house ou the tiiug of March 15th, under the au es of the Knights Templer Lecture tau. This concludes the lecture ..ise of the season. A Flute Horse. ' N'ewlon Brothers, of Elmer, have i ot the finest breeding stallions in . . t state. lie is a thoroughbred all nd Kentucky horse, and is a fine idler, lie will make the season nt ir place on Dr. Myers farm one iVe cast of Elmer. 11 a moved. Slackburn has moved to 311 north ain, where he will welcome old and iw customers. A full line of gro ries, flour and feed at lowest cash ices. Xadies' and children's shoes ii per cent less than cost. Sole :nt for Inter-National Stock Food. Notice to Vacate. Smith, tbfl jeweler, at No. 1091 and Vinson, th barber at No. 109 north Jii street, were served with a notice (idkV. UiVdfMitt 'tUWI kHii.Xt. .83 in 30 days, as the buildiuga would tm dnwn and a brand new two wry brick will take their place. Two Flrva....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

Aif TT Tf ' JJ TT TT . S3 K J II L J.H aiUJWBl' .AIJLUIJt HUUIH.HH1 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MARCH 14, '1895. N ). 28 VOL.5. We are showing the Most Stylish line of LOOSES' everpurchased by any 50c to $3.00 each. At SOc Each. Ladiet, navy Bnd b'ack apes, made of All Vool fiergn, with ponpa(our collar of nit me. ' At $1.25. Lndiej' cloth double ape in Tan ar,d Iluviiu uaand CI . ck, loll collut pluked edge, exaca style l cut. At $225. ladles' ololh single ml double en pee. in Tun. Jlavanna, Navy and UlHrk, wi'li standing ruclie and pompadour ruche collars. Mo have trip nnlv rnmnlete line of Ladies' Shirt Waists in Kansas, they are Dressmaker nutria fitoH nn living- models, therefore every waist a perfect garment. From ONE PRICE TTiitpTiinsnn. - EDWARDS & CO, Groceries Coal and Feed. 403 and 405 No. No. Main. Down town yards at 12 Sherman East, Smith & Miller's oln stand. All Kinds of Coal...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

.nyi Railroad Presicenfc (to Clerk prevent this weat her from obstrWfmir instruct the Government to call IN A PREDICAMENT. COLD USED TO PAY CURRENT EXPENSES. Will an KnortHDHI Surplus of Other Money Iy la the Treasury The Gold Reserve Myth Exploded Bondholders on Top. Although the administration ob tained by the sale of bonda during last year 1117,380,282 (or the alleged pur pose of redeeming greenbacks and treasury notes, yet Mr. Carlisle is now forced to admit officially that with the exception of $12,378,451 every dollar of that gold was used to pay the current expenses of the government. The exact amount of gold used for meeting cur rent expenses was 1105,002,143. The report of the treasurer further shows that on July 1, 1894, the unex pended balances' of appropriations ag gregated $78,291,105, and the total amount available for expenditures on that date was $364,616,414, making the total available appropriation on July 1, 1894, $442,907,520. The expenditures during the six mont...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

KIN OF THE MAETYR, AND SHE WANTS TO HOLD A KENTUCKY POSTOFFICE. Urn. Helm, of 8t. Ellsabethtown, Sister of Abraham Lincoln'! Wife Hat Been , postmistress for Several Years and Wants to Stay. ' N INTEREST. I lng fight is going ! on Just now over the postofflce at .Elizabeth town. .Ky., Mrs. Emily Todd Helm, a sls- . vr A hrft- wil'i,LY ham Lincoln, is the strfl U ' ' incumbent and has tNU :i 1 ' hoon through three admlnlst r at I o n . Congressman Alex. ' Montgomery of the Fourth district has asked her removal, however, to make way for Frank Jop lln, a young man of 22 years and one of his henchmen. The nomination of Joplln is "hung up" in the senate, and Senator Joe' Blackburn swears by the great altar of Bluegrass chivalry that he shall never be confirmed. Senator Lindsay, his colleague, is supposed to stand with him In the matter and it is expected that the nomination of Joplln will have a powerful opposition to over come. Mrs. Helm's husband was Gen. Benja min Hardin Helm, the fam...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

UDutcblneon (Ba3ette. I -' , Botered tt the poctofflce In Hnichlneon, Kansas, ... HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. tnuis of. Subscription, $1,00 PEH YKAH C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Druggist t' lescrl ptiODS a Specialty, north Main street Hutchinson How do the Arlington and Sylvia re publicans feel toward their chief now? Moitnai. in vetoing the bill grant ing the citizens ot Arlington and Sylvia townships the right to cousUin t flouring mills, puts himself on recoid as being the friend of the Millers Cou. bine bad ni;. nui.k our. The Ga l and morality fana'ies urge that the expanse of tlie grand jury a ill be juslilled because a few bad nit n Lave li'fc the city in terror, of tiit-it prospective work. What is to prevei.t the return of tlitw bail mun after -ttie grand jury ad'ournsV Are (hey of so much Importance an to justify tin ex penditure of six or seven thousand do -lars lik'lifd from the taxpayers of ltei:o county? Our with sin-li iionsence. TUB tOlltl'S l'itl.trii)AI ' ouv. Zvuit ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

f. w, niiVfinnr)1 nn ji?nl'ikt Tia 'iiLirr-rFr-1'11'' i HUTCHISON, KANSAS. i Our Alteration Sale and Saleof theClaser M W- " I tJ ros. nreoaivage Stock now going on (Signed LEADER THE Dry Goods Co. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Managers. J. D. COBSTT SEWS. : . Abbyvllte. The wheat looks some better. Id thia locality than it did a week ago. A. A. Doan.of Sterling, was shak ing hands with old friends m town Saturday and Sunday, Geo Rathbone was in Kansas City taHt week buyiltif stdrk cattle.- He re turhed Sund-ty wi b four c it loads. Married, lust Sunday, Mias Etta M. Deck and Mack Woifenberifer, bath of Hutchinson. Squire John Martin olfl- elating. They formerly resided in Abbyville. . . Jiniilon. Spring plowing has begun . James Monroe made a flying visit to ilutchinson laft Thursday. . Mrs McA'tee. returned from an ex tended visit in Iowa last Thursday night.. i Georcre Sleppa was np from the strip visitinu his ftUher-iu-law, A. G. Fin well last week. The protracted meeting at the ) Christi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

1111 HUTCMKiSO;! GAZETTE THE CA2ETTI PUBLISHING AND NIINTINQ CO lB A, HlTTTOX, President IT. 8. FOSTER. Sec'y A Treaa. KJTCIi:SS3!l, urns, A few cigarettes, more or less, with a cup of black coffee thrown in, would undoubtedly hare arerted that revolu tion In Feru. We feel quit safe in saying that the Pacific railroads will pay their debts to the government when apples grow on blackberry vinos. From all accounts some of the sacred concerts now being given in New York are called sacred because there is nothing sacred about them. Tale's latest attempt to freeze out the university of Pennsylvania arises jiaiuly from the fact that for several ears she has been doing her thinking with her feet. It is hoped that the weathor man will take prompt and frigid measures toi discourage the spring poet habit. which has developed alarmingly in the last few weeks. The late Frederick Douglass was vndeniably a handsome old man. Ha had as much dignity and impressive ness as Charles Sumner, who was the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

SOLID. T-HRQUSJl TKJlim WM OITV and ST. JSSEPI TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, QVMX PECH1A, ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS, ntk Dtelrf Cars, Vesubnled DrawlM jWM iMviaf Own, Beollnlng Chair Car (Seats tn4 ONLY ONE CHANGE 01 CARS TO Tlxa A.tleLntiai Ooaat. THE BIST LINE F9I New York, Booton, , aliimore, Vvashinqtow, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Niagara Falls, Pittmum, and ka8tkbn poihts. efor Mil Inftsrmstlon, Addrsss , H. C ORIt, ran'lAss'lFseieongrAgt;, Kansas CUT. Ms) THE fcp anil llton Bailrcail Only Stout Ballasted Track. XO CHANGE OF CARS rhu) Kansas City and Chicago. Kansas City and St. Louis. St Louis and Chicago, No Extra Chart for Tallage In -Palace Eeclining Chair Oars, HOI IN 4FAST VESTIBULEO LIMITED TRAINS, Ask toot own bom Tloket Aaent fot Uoketa via the Chicago and Alton Railroad or write to D. B0WE8, Gen'L Western Fan. Agent, 216 N. Broadway, Bt. Louis, Mo. JAHXS CHARLTON, Ceneral Passenger and Ticket Agent. CHIOAQO, ILL. NEW TRAIN THE "KNICKERBOCKER SPECIAL" ' DAILY BETWEEN . ill. Louis, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 March 1895

VETOED, .Arlington the Victim of Czar ism. . Governor Morrill Vetoes the Bill granting ARLINGTON 1WNSIIIT The Right to Build and Operate a Flour Mill. Like Cleveland He Can't Stand Paternalism. During the first days of the legisla ture the citizens of Arlington town ship irrespective of party, petit'oned th legislature for the privilege of holding an election to vote bonds to build aad maintain a flouring mill in the prosperous little city of Arlington. The petition wa introduced in both branches and passed without a dis senting tote. lateu. Great pivpurationa were b ing made and the day the new mill was to be opened was to them to be a day of rejoicing when they could snap their lingers in tho face of the Mill Com bine and cease paying tribute to that merceless trust. But not so. The trill noon reaching the desk of private Secretary Bristow was killed by the inllowinc veto which bears the ear marks of the power behind the throne cf Kansas the corporation . Here is the veto: "It see...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

4 A 'ft THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKQPIX8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDAtf NOON, MARCH 21, 1895. NO. 29 VOL. 5. a We are showing the Most Stylish line of ever purchased by any 50c to $3.00 each. At 50c Each. Ladies, navy nil bluek tapes, mailft of All Vool tterg. with pompadour collar of bhiiih. At $1.25. LadiA' cloth double cape in Tan and Hhvhii naanri Rb.ck, roll collMr pinked edge, ezaca style of cut. At $2.25. Lading' cloth tingle nnd double cipfi.in Tun. llava ma. Navy and lilack, wi'b standing incbe and ponipiidour ruche collars. .A., t JJA.-A." -Jlit. We have the only complete line of Ladies' Shirt Waists in Kansas, they are Dressmaker Made, fitted on living models, therefore every waist a perfect fitting and well made garment. , From 50c to $7.00 Each. P, ONE PEICE Hutchinson, - EDWARDS &C0, Groceries Coal and Feed. 493 and 405 No. No. Main. Down town yards at 12 Sherman East, Smith & Miller's oln stand. All Kinds of Coal. Fa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

SLATIN BEY ESCAPED ! ESCAPES AFTER ELEVEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. Ootslde Distillers Take Measures 'to Erect Vast DIstlllerlesThey Propose to Organ' Mutual Protective Asso elation. Cairo, Egypt, March 16. The follow ing are the particulars of the escape it Slatin Bey from the Mahdl's camp it Omdurman Khartoum, where he has oeen a prisoner for eleven years past Slatin escaped with the assistance of a Soudanese merchant named Eyail who arrived here from Omdurman some months ago bearing a letter from Slatin Bey in which the latter asked if lome arrangement could be made with Eyail so as to enable him to escape, Eyall was placed nl communication with the Austrian consul here. Baron Heidler von Egeregg-Syrgensteln, .who made a contract with the merchant, the latter agreeing to try and effect the esoape of Slatin Bey. When the ar i-antrements were completed, Eyall re. turned to Omdurman and laid his plans to get Slatin away, but the first at tempt failed. Eyail, However persist ?d and eventu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

WAS GOULD INSANE? Financial Worry and Physical Exer- tioa Sot the Greatest Destroyer of Human Life. . Pot Hnmeolty'e Ske, AftAr Thlrty-8! Yuri c( Nervo-Creeplng; Slavery, Ha Tall Haw Ha Wu Bat Free. Caldwell, N. J., March 18, 1895. (Spe cial.) Blnce one of our prominent cltl sens suffered so terribly from tobacco ' tremens, has made known his frightful experience in behalf of humanity, the ladles here are making tobacco-using husbands' lives miserable with their en treaties to at once quit tobacco. The written statement of 8. J. Gould is attracting: wlde-soread attention, when Interviewed to-nighf he said: "I com menced using; tobacco at thirteen; I am now forty-nine; so, for thirty-six years I chewed, smoked, snuffed and rubbed snuff. n the morning; I chewed before I put r y pants on, and for a long time I used two ounces of chewing and eight ounces of smoking a day. Sometimes I had. a chew In both cheeks and a pipe In my mouth at once. Ten years ago I quit drinking whisky. I tried...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

utcbineon Sa3ette; Xotared t the poMofflce In Hutchinson, Ktn&M, m Moond olaM matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. TUS OF 8CBSCRIPT10X, (1.00 PSRTlAS C. E. SIDLING ER, Tiie IDr-aggist inscriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson 'UNION! Confidence is the stuff, you bet. What baa become of the paramont issue? aibs. Lease seems man than Morrill. to be a better The scramble for a place at Topuka has just begun. Wealth Is created by labor; money is created by law. Do you see the cat? S. D. McCarthy informed a News reporter that he had live families in Illinois that he would soon locate in Keno county, and that the head of each family have always cast a republican vote. News. As soon as work is commenced on the Reformatory there will be lots more coming. Of the republican daily papers of the state the Topesa State Journal, Leav enworth Times and Wichita Eagle are all Antagonistic to the administration, while tne "Kansas City Gazette and Lawrence Journal are not supporti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

imJui i i iln7.lU..T HUTCHISON, KANSAS. P0I1STER NO. 143. Facility of action comes of habtt- The doings here of the past year are an Al manac ' of this year's jrOgiaiJliilc Without any spirit of boastfulness we wish to direct the attention of this community to the following circumstan ces. One short year has witnessed the doubling of our stocks, the addi tion of new ones, the doubling of our busi ness, and the addition of more selling space at two different periods, with double the force of salespeople and with strengthened and in creased confidence in the peoples' judgment of comparative values and prices, we opened this spring's campaign Embroideries were never made with greater care nor in more beauti ful effects than this year-never shown in greater variety, than here The Prices :-lc, 2&, 3Jc, 5c, 61c, 8Jc, and 10c the yard represents some good wide widths, ex cellent values-121c, 15c 171c, 20c, 22c, and 25c represents equally as good values in the bet ter grades, and in clu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

12 pte;::;;::: cjuette I THE GAZETTE PUBLISH IHC AKO PRIHTIHQ CO Lib A. Burrow, President II. 8. FoaTin. Sec'y & Treas. HUTCKIItSOX, urns. Ths Turkish atrocities are still go ingon. The sultan has just sent a large quantity of cigarettes to a party Oi Americas visitors. Tab latest French duel had a novel find extraordinary ending. One of the participants was in some way pierced by a weapon and killed. After alL a French count isn't much account. France is a republic like the United States, and doesn't recognhe titles of nobility. The girls needn't envy Anna. California is shipping oranges to the winter hotels of Florida. "Send ing coals to Newcastle" is not in it with this traffic which last winter's cold snaps brought on. Even the pyramids of Egypt, quoted for centuries as everlasting, are fading under the influence of Father lime. The largest, that of Cheops, originally 800 feet high, has sunk and disintegrated to a height of 600. A New York Herald advertisement announces that...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

SOLID'"" TmOOGJT TRM3 ' L JTBOH GUI and ST. JCSEFi 'V T9 ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA FEORIA, ST. PAUL AMD MINNEAPOL'S, ITUk Dining Cera, Vcs'-ibuled Drawing BM Heaping Can, Becllnlng Chslr Csrs (8mU ff se) ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS TO Tlio jA.tlon.tio Oa.ot. THE BEST LINE FOI New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, Cinoinnati, j Niaqara Falls, Pittsbuii, AND EASTERN POINTS. Ifor foil Information, Addr.at H.C.ORK, Oea'1 Att'lPaateng.r Agt., KantasUtr, Me ' . . THE Chicago and Alton Railroad Only Btoue Ballasted Track. KO CHANGE OF CARS j nSTWIEH Kansas City and Chicago. Kansas City and St. Louis. , ' St Louis and Chicago, No Extra Chars for Pasasge in (Palace Reclining Chair Oars. HOB 15 FIST VEST1BULEQ LIMITED TRAINS, Ask your own bom Tloket Aqent fbi ttcxeis via Ul uiuagueuu juwu omtwi or wnie v D. BOWES, G.n'l. Western Pass. Agent, A.n t Tl 1 II T .. I Ho St. uroauway, di. j.uuis, w.v. J AMIS CHARLTON, Ceneral Passengei ana ucaet Agent. CHICAGO, rxi !JEV TRAIN THE "KNIC...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 March 1895

-tf I Aajatiaer SJnddeat Death. Anhrfantchlldof Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merrill living In the north part of tb city died Tuesday evening. No cause is tciven. Fr Sex. Ww. rku AfRa ! in mRfliDt of 'a, letter for .nMtMMnn from Evan Lacev. of MountainberK, Ark., which will be published next week. . Good Show. Kin-sands and his ' hot stuff" company played to a crowded house last Saturday evening, Jweryoouy na tn oaa nniv when be comes to town. ' A Lamg Trip. Miss Eva Mills left Tuesday for her hnmf, In Encrland. She Is a niece 01 Mr. George Cole west of town, and has made his place her home for tne pasi ten years. laj Minstrels. Thn lnd minstrels under the man agement of Prof. Ilaskells will occupy the boards at the opera nouse x naay and Saturday evening. A good enter tainment Is guaranteed. A Worthy Ulilacn Clone. Mr. J. W. hprouae, died suddenly at his home in this city Monday after noon, of apoplexy. He leaves two grown sana Oscar and 0. W., who were, until ahorttime ago, engaged in the r...

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