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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1897. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Setenth and Wyandotte Streett, KANSAS CITY. MO. OAPITAli - S1.SSO.OOO Bnrplus and Undivided Profit. $1,150,000. 3G Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 143 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg, Germany. Singel 238. Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. G, En gland. norotheen-Strasse 54, Berlin, Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presides- 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2nd. E. L. Martin: 3d. V. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank 11. Wilcox. Ass t Treasurer: J. J. Cairnes. Ass't Secretary: E S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary: Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C. C. Christie. Pres. E. J. Street. Vice Prcs. G. W. Kenney, Secretary. Tou can buy or sell through us, for imme diate or future delivery, all com modities traded in on any ex change In th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 8,1897. WASTED-MALE HELP. WANTED An Mea. Who can think o Botno simple thing to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may brine you wealth, write John- Wedderburn & Co.. Dept. E. 2. pat ent attys., Washington. D. C. for their 11.600 prize offer and new list of 1,000 in ventions wanted. WANTED Active or silent partner with J5.000: established, legitimate, profitable business. Address P 244, Journal. WANTED-Salesmen to sell to foundries. Reference. Mfrs. 2S La Grange St.. Cleve land, Ohio. . WANTED 2 young men: J10 per week; news agents. 3 West 5th St., room 9. WANTED Canvassers in this city for The Journal. Apply at Journal, office.-' WANTED A good barber to take chars of a shop. -Call lit 2523'a E,- ltth st. WASTED AGESTS. WANTED-Agents, 120 to $23 a week sure to workers. No capital needed. New goods. New plan. Sell at sight. Every family needs it, HOUSEHOLD SPECIALT-YCO., Box 44, Cincinnati. Ohio. WANTED Agents Best plan of frater nal life insur...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1807. 8 GOOD NEWS FOR KANSAS CITYANS. The Die House of C. Bernhelmer, Bros. &. Co. Jinkes Purchases at the Underwriters' Snle of ELY -WALKER SALVAGE STOCK Of Thonsands of Dollars and Geta Them nt About Fifty Cents on the Dollar. AS mDERWHITERS' SALE THAT HAS M) FEER IV COMMER CIAL HISTORV. .That Has Attracted atlonnl Atten tion sua That 1 III Lane lie Re membered ns the Greatest Sale of Modern Times. From the recent lire of the Ely-Walker Dry Goods Company, of St. Louis, there was saved, besides the goods partly dam aged, JSOO.000 worth of goods untouched by fire, smoke or -water. Some idea of the Immensity of this stock can bo arrived at when jou think of two immense eight story buildings, and a large -warehouse to hold tbo overflow, being required to hold It, and every floor from roof to basement being a solid mass of goods packed from tfoor to ceiling. This stock consisted of silks, satins, plushes, - el vets, linens, calicos, gingham...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

f? 'nribxtt JfotKtm YOTiifrfk XXXIX. NO. 333. SUXDAY. KANSAS CITY, MAY 9, 1897.-SIXTEEN PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE PIYE CENTS. fv A. Tv YALUES FAR APART. stock yards has had FEATHER WEIGHT ASSESS5IENTS. NOW WHAT IS WATERED STOCK? A PERTINENT QUERY AT TESTER DAY'S INVESTIGATION. Colonel Morse Occupies a Good. Tnrt of tlio Dny With IIli Testimony Expense of the Yards Told tba Committee, Which Brines Oat Interesting; Facts. The commercial value of the good will of 'the public was ono of the questions that cams up yesterday In tho stock yards hearing before Special Master Clarke at the Midland. "While tho testimony on this lino was not allowed to go In tho record, tho attorneys were afforded an opportu nity for presenting- their views on the sub ject. Each side was very positive, even though their positions wore widely apart. Judge Horton wanted Colonel Morse to Bay what sum represented tho actual com mercial value of the good will of tho pub lic toward the stock yards company. It was objecte...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

SBKBajesPS'iwW-TOW- J THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 9,1897. SfjjnniTT)iif,)r,i.oar 'tffi LON IS A DISTUBBEH. GOVERNOR STErnEXS IS RAPIDLY DISRUPTING HIS PARTY. ALLOPATHS LOOKING FOR GORE WHY TIIEY "WERE OUSTED FROM THE FULTON ASYLUM. Said at the State Cnpltnl Thnt Ills Ex cellency "Will Leave Commission ers Scarrltt nnl Gregory to Fight the nnttle 'With Union. Labor. Jefferson City. Mo., May S. (Special.) Governor Stephens and party returned from a trip to Hot Springs and Nashville last Monday, and the capital has resumed its wonted state. Mrs. Stephens and the gov ernor both show unmistakable traces of grief caused by the untimely taking off of their beloved llttlo pet terrier. Their sor row Is somewhat assuaged, however, by the fact that tho doe was In no -way re sponsible for tho distressing accident. Its death was due wholly to tho short-sightedness of tho governor and tho surprising ferocity of the -wolf. A great many friends of tho governor's family have offered to furn...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS" Cnif JOURNAL, SimDAY. MAY 9, 1897- i d NOW FOR THE GIRCDS IU.X.GII.G BROS.' BIG SHOW WILL ARRIVE TO-DAY. IS FULLY. DOUBLED IN SIZE. texts will nn spread afternoon. THIS Tho Clrcna Will Tie Heralded To-morrow "With n. Street l'nrnilc of Un paralleled aincnlflcence A. Wonderful Collection of "Wild Anlinnla. The big show comes to-day. Tho final performances of a phenomenally success ful -neck were Riven by Ringling Bros.' Brand aggregation In St. Louis jesterday. To-day the bis show will tako possession of tho Fifteenth street exhibition grounds, and lone before tho sun goes down the city of tents will bo erected and ail ar rangements will be completed for to-rocir row's two memorable performance. Tho long run from St. Louis may make tho show late In arriv ing to-d ij . and may keep the curious crowds to w hom the arrival of a big circus is a. gala eont on tender hooks with expectation, but when It does come expectation will give way to ad miration. There are thousands of p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 9,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED ISM. The Jonrnnl Compnny, Publishers. Journal BOlItHnc, TentU and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday ,.lc ,.5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year Dally and Sunday. 6 months Dally and Sunday, 3 months Dally and Sunday, 1 month Sunday only. 1 year .4 00 .2 00 .100 . 40 .100 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr K TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Offlce Editorial and Society Ik' City Editor & Eastern Offlce " , ...31 and 32 Tribune Building. Iew York Chicago Offlce 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Dorcn, Special Agency. Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, .Mo., -as Second Class Mall Matter. THE WEATHER. Washington. May S. For Oklahoma, and Indian Territory: Occasional showers; cooler; brisk north winds. For Missouri: Showers and thunder storms; decidedly cooler; south winds, be coming north. For...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 9, 1897. ' V If i 1 St. P. Col. Won ii 9 Lost 3 4 PerCenL 786 .692 Ind. Minn. Det. Mi!. K. C. Q.R. 986552 4 7 7 9 10 11 .692 .533 -461 -357 -333 -62 MANNING 'AFTER PITCHERS. HE WILL THY TO STItCXOTHKN THE PITCHING DEPARTMENT. la In the Hunt Searching- for Scmoned Mnterlnl Blues Lone lhe Fonrth Strnlght Cnme nt St. PnnI Biinnon Rclle ves Hnrnclt. St. Paul, Minn.. May 8. (Special.) The Apostles exploded Barnett to-day. as they did Newell and McFarland tho day before, and JImmie Manning has gono East after more pitching material. After tho Saints hnd hit Barnett for twelve safe ones. In cluding a double, threebagger and a home run. in less than six innings. Carney took him out and substituted Jim Bannon. He did a good deal better than his predeces sor. The Saints made a home run and a tingle In finishing- the sixth, and In the seventh they did not find tho ball at all. McGill, on tho other hand, was at his best. Ono single in the first and another i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

KANSAS CITY DRIVING CLUB. IT WAS PEIUIANEVTLY ORGAMZED AT A MEETING LAST XIGHT. Mayor James 51. Jonos Elected as tha First President PInns for a Speedway and a Permanent Half-Mile Tract. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUiNDAY. MAY 9,1897. A largo number of enthusiastic relnsmcn, owners and lover of good horses., met at the Midland hotel last evening and organ ized the Kansas City Driving Clnb which will be put on a permanent basis at once. The plan of those who are foremost In the organization Is to secure not only a speedway south of tho city, but to take steps to secure a suitable tract of ground ccncnicnt to the city and build a first clas half-mile track, where matinees and regular liarness meetings can be given. It is also proposed to enlist Kansas City's a'mj of cjclists In the movement and make a Joint affair of it by building a blcjcle track on the same ground suitable for holding big national circuit meetings. Tho meeting was presided over by Mayor J-imes M. Jones and the followi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 9, 1897. is KANSAS HIT. iS. The nrnnch Office of THE JOURNAL lias removed to Doom E, Hasted lildg., where all ndvertlaenicnts nnil Items of nevra Trill receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the paper will he speedily reme died If notice Is given. Tel. West 3. PAY TOUR GAS BILLS On or before the 10th and secure the discount NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will lie received at the office of the Board of Education, cor ner Seventh street and Ann avenue, Kan sas City, Kas, until S o'clock p. m.. May 24, 1897, for the heating and ventilation of the present Morse school building- and a four room addition to be constructed. Also the furnishings and the placing of tho necessary amount of blackboards for the new addition. The board re serves the right to reject any and all bids. W. E. BARXHART, President JL G. JOKES, Clerk. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WULFS LATJXDIIY. To be Laundered. Distill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

8 THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAT 9, 1897. MORROW WILL SETTLE IT FATE OP THE WAIUIIXG MUSICIANS IV JUDGE SILVER'S HANDS. Cloning Arcnmcnti Yesterday Gave Conimel a Clianco for a. Sharp Tlrnt or Two Tlmt Vent Strnlclit Home. The crooked places In the path of the warring musicians will be made straight Vy Judge Elover to-morrow morning. At least, the court -will make the effort. The troubles of the rival factions have taken up three days of the time of the circuit court in division No. 2 and the final argu ments were made yesterday morning. Major "Warner, for tho leaguers, who are opposed to tho musicians Joining any other national musical organization and affiliat ing with organized labor, closed for the leaguers. He denounced in vigorous terms the action of the fedcratlonists in transact ing business after a restraining order had been secured against the leaguers. He declaed the order to be a trick and subter fuge and asserted that the federatlonlsts were guilty of contempt of c...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 9,1897. THE JOHN BROWN TOMBSTONE NORTH TOPEKA DRUGGIST CUT THE ISCRIPTIO.V UPOX IT. Did the "Work In the Brown Kitchen, Acnr Aorth Elba, X. Y. Mr. Brown Not Hnndsome, bat nil Excellent CooU. "wa'iiiiuiiitiikifTi fifi Topeka, Kas . May S (Special.) The In scription on tho headstone which marks the place, where "John Brown's body lies mouldering in the grave" was cut by a. Kansas man. B. A. Barrett, for many j ears a. marble worker, but now a, drug gist of North Topeka, did it. "How well do I remember dressing down the stono and cutting the inscription," said Mr. Barrett to-day. "It was in Janu nry.lSGO. about six weeks after John Brown had been hung. At the time I was running a tombstone establishment at Wadham's Mills, Elba county, N. T., thirty-five miles from tho Brown homestead near North Elba. Mrs. Brown engaged mo to do the work while she was at our place on Christ mas attending an abolition celebration given In her honor. She told me that s...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

10 THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 9.1897. Tt Is on such days us these that we tell ourselves that heaven may wsll be right here upon this fair earth of ours, which Is so very old, and jet. Just now. fo fresh and new. What happier future could we ask for than that which we might Iho here If all the His attendant upon our mortality could but bo left behind. There Is so much of beauty even In the heart of the city, which In a month or two will be all heat and dust, on expanse of blistering sidewalks, a wilderness of heat-radiating brick buildings, a hive of patient, work-a-day people going doggedly about their busi ness with rsd, perupiring faces and wilted collars, finding their only comfort in soda fountains, palm-leaf fans and evenings on the verandas. But wo need not think of that Just now there arc soft breezes and cooling showers and the whole world Is a delight to the ejc. The trees are lofty towers of refreshing green, the grass is emerald vel vet, ranks of purple Iris lin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 9, 1897. 11 v Memory. Upon a night long after I had died I rose and passed the portals of her heart. Therein no xxreck nor ruin I c-pied, Jlut fair and quiet Its dim-lit chamiws lay And a sweet silence breathed in cxery part. And I. who onco had dwelt there, stood and sighed And thought, "While I have slept In. the ccld clay, , , How soon the stains ot grlif were washed awaj-. . ... That soon some tenant new might hero abide" And as I thought, one. quietly entered In, And in his hand the key to ex cry door. I bowed my head and turned away ani "Pardon me if I return here from the dead: I dwelt hero once, though I dwell here no more." . , , i Tint ho ihn kevs did nlace mv hand-? within. And said: "Whate'er thy steward's Is, is thine; My name is Memory, end this place is mine." Charles C. Nott, Jr., In Scribner'3. There are not many girls like hir nowa daj s, according to tho New York Press. Sho belongs to a class that Is fast becoming extinct. "I r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 9,18!x. & . ,s f T- - 4 -r J , " '' i ' ' SECOND WEEK OF OPERA. 'Erminie" to He hncceeiletl liy "Tile Tar nnd the Tnrtnr" nt the Grnnil. "The Tar and tho Tartar," the second week's bill at the Grand, should prove even moro attrnctlva to the public than the first -neck of "Erminie." The company presented at this theater for .a special wea pon of comic opera is one of exceptional Mrcngth in chorus orchestra and leading principals. It is tho best organization ever offered in this city for Mock pur poses. "Erminie" wes suns cffectlely ev ery performance last week, with the ex ception of the opening nlsht, when all the principals were o nervous that they could not do themselves justice. It is not likely that there will be mother exhibition of tuch fear and trembling, as tho anxiety attending the optnlfig of the season is now over ana all the dinger can proceed with more confidence, especially as the public lias shovn .1. lively interest in the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY a, 1897. 13 3. K. Bubtoam. Pres. J. G. Ss beas, CTPAOA1 1 T A M NATIONAL Capital, S50O.00O.0O. Surplus, $37,092.21. DIRECTORS: W. E. Hall, W. C. Glass, C A. Pugsley. IL L. McElroy. Frank Hagerman, Walton H. Holmes, George P. Gates, W. B. Clarke, J. K. Burnhajn, C. S. Moray, Webster Withers. L. R. Smith, J. G. Strean. ttrNTRIES now being received for J. W. Robertson & Co.'s O C. special May sale of fancy saddlers, speed horses, 'With and without records, road horses, coachers, teams, knee actors ana cobs (brood mares and colts excluded). To be held 1 At 23d and Grand Avenue Horse and Mule Market, Kansas City, Mo., May 26, 27, 28, 1897. Send for entry blanks at once. Entries close Slay 12. '97. , Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Wjandotte Streeti, KANSAS CITY. HO. Capital - si.S5o.ooo Surplus and Undlvldel Profits. $1,150,000. 36 Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. J3 Washington street. Boston, Mass. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

14 THE KA3SSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 9,1897. fire: ibLRcn and Ansov. The N amber of Incendiary FIre nes ulntea the Prcmlnmi. From the New York Sun. The loss of property In the United States by fire has declined steadily since 1S33. In that vear the total loss was J16. 000.000. The ear folowing It was J112.0irt.000. In 1MI ll was 1110 000.000, and in 1SSC. $120,000. 000 At the same time the value of ma terial propcrtj subject to destruction by lire steadily increased The total firo lctses paid by insurance have been de creasing for the List four ears in the harnc ratio In !&! tluy were $10000 000. In ISM J93.000.000. In 1635. S4.0r.0uQ. and In 1S3S $70,0u0.000. Massachusetts w hile It contains no corn pan1 ranking higher than liftcenth In the amount of assets held by American and fcicisn companies doing business In the United State, has. in consequence of its ocellent insurance laws and their strict enforcement, an average premium rate ot 1 0. ner J100 lire Insurance. Iowa pa...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1897. 15 Some of the fast men of the Kansas City Cyclists were -written of in tills column last week, and in this Issue are shown the pictures of other crack riders of tho club who are depended upen to do their share In keeping the "black and old cold" to the front on road and track this season. The club has more good material than ever be fore and if the fast men put in the faith ful work in training wihch they should do. tho showing made by Kansas City at the state meet at Maryvillo Julv 4 and S will be a first-class one, and St. Louis will not be allowed to walk off with all the firsts. One of the speediest men and strongest riders of the club is Emil Bachman. who Is known not only as one of the best road JOHN CONOVER. 'A. WINTERMOTE. LOREN WELLS. JAMES TALDOT. riders in this vicinity, but who has re- Ecatedly demonstrated his ability to hold is own in fast company on tho track. On the Kansas circuit in 1S33 Bachman made a line showing, win...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 9 May 1897

16 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAY 9,1897. OUR WAR PRESIDENT. some q.ueer letters axb curious stories op levcolx. HOW HE ASKED FOR VOTES. tJJCWItlTTEJ,- HISTORY OF IHS SEX ATORIAL CAMPAIGN". Odd Indorsement of a. Cuaplnln Pres ident Lincoln's Modesty Request for n. Railroad Pass story by the Late Senator Voorliecs. Washington. May 8. I have before mo two autograph letters of Abraham Lincoln which havo never been published. They were written six jears before he was elect ed president of the United State, just after his first great campaign with Stephen A. Douglas, during which he made a national reputation as an antl-sla cry leader. At this time Lincoln's great ambition was to be tho next United States senator from Il linois. Ho had the right to think that he would be chosen, for it was through his M-ceches that aa anti-slavery legislature had been elected. The campaign had been made up of debates between Lincoln and Douglas, and Lincoln had routed Douglas at every point. In his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 May 1897

foe ICan. i Jtatriml u Y(. ME XXXIX. NO. 331. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MAY 10, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Sitz CROSSING THE LIE. LXPRECEDEVTED IMPORTS OP CAT TLE ritOM MEXICO. TOTAL IN APRIL 72,644 HEAD. THIS KNOCKS ALL TOB RECORDS MtY-HIGIL ainrcli Was n Record Breaker, Ijnt April "Went II SO Per Cent Better SlocLmcn Tnklns Advan- tasc of Tnrlff Lniv Hanging Fire. The importation of cattle into the United States from Mexico, as shown by the report of AJJl"! ,'Mr, "v" s'ncv.opent in charge ' .ustrj Of the ot agriculture. i cr during April torj- of the cat- exceeded in num- POLICE COMMISSION prcious month, ...-,-..... .ny over 27,000 head 1 Bl'GGY SHALL '0j? Aprt nt ports of entry 7 United States, w.ts MR OlIARLri Tr l 43,04 for March ivm.uuHni.cd iru or Jast Jean Thls face of the fact that , ' one of the heaviest REFUSE TO PRO nports, and the addi- p .J i importations for tho hae been unusually , ebruary and March are licit the trade naturally PccnIInr "Bui J Mexico In the greatest ...

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