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The daily palladium. (Oswego, N.Y.) 1890-1908, October 23, 1890, Image 4

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STBANAHANHBAKDBD.. . ■ i ^ p te ^ w if iW , h a s t h e f ^ ^ for toe W PNB OF, .Otifi^M O arEABNESl?^ IBdSNOBi an nd d v?e hope.!oe go o p u h ^ , h ae b e en im ib n u n a tea for to e W pO T OF, IB IE N D a a v?e hope, t D ra fted « e a wili d<> , 8 U ^ ^ ^ idin, h u t, to Bwe l .fdB hm 3 brity to.toe Itig e * p ossible p r o p e r ^ ’ - . 1 M P R B OS' ' STBANABCANFQ p a o o R P . While the.Hon; R, N. Stranitoan hr • a ___ »_ _ A ■ sfafWwfffiae d riv in g aboot^^toe^. o o u n h ^ d rfen« p g anTiUB auwK -rf W ^ ae tt ftoin to e c lu a g e o f h a v in g b e - * constituents in to e m a tte r o f THAT •CmHORY AUMANPE., The Drafted SteU’s bill ia pretty toorongblynndetBtood now by toie.tax- ■pajew e t tide Assembly dfetdot a sano- torious measureealcttlatod, it it bebotaes alaw r to tske froni, the poeketo pt the peopla 1900 for each of toesp Drafted Men to reimburse toem ^^or fumUhing: for toemselvee a subeHtuto to go to toe: Not a inan who vvill cwne fpr^ Ward and nlaim this #000 ever saw. a battiefieidi and this Uttle gift to k to be paid for thrir distingtdahed s ^ Tioes’to remMningat hp&el ThePitiia- has toPWtt hPhr Mf. anan>, the Itepuhlican can­ didate for Member of Aaaemblr, was pledged to tok notoripua hiU and vre point to a ppotaaon, on this page, ifrcm the “Drafted Men’s M ’rtwte,^’ true of the feeling fn^Mexiop i s kuo. of the other towns and Mh-3Siomt»brik-re- > S t;#tering general th a t Mr, Spenheir h M jfeld toe office Pf S n p erintendent o f the R oot Bg long as it o n g h t \ to rem a in Under the control of ;pne m an . , Mr. Thompson’s hom e k in Pswego Nalb. He is a m an w h o se u prigbthees and in te g rity of c h aracter h av « w b h fo r him th e h ig h e s ttam e c f o f ffik enjfire, cpram u n ity . A m a n o f sOuhd bUsiheas sense and good judgm en t^ h a is p re ­ em in e n tly gnalified to o o m p etoiitlyand t s a s s s s KsaSSSsE reason to re g re t to e eboioe. W h fle th ec ltw en a o fO sw eg P P P U O 'O P IN ION. £ p r * J o lm F M u h a m B o y n to a . Nswibrktfrlbum. means to. relieve it o f ita financial d is- T h p to ^ :riaieM ;i^H :h P t -fpifto . . . - s A R O W E C Q B K C M H E R T A I E S h es ir: O: o r n .e sam e oceasipn b y R ecorder B u lg er. a““«5‘s?2 S M J j r X s f t i S I J i S S T c „ ' s . ? r \ \ ” Raisas®! w a s ^ e W g e s t ever g iven a candidate A n n o a n p e m e h tis th ad b th s l P s y n e w f f i s d ^ pulffio to s e fip^ n e x t yroekf in Italsski an d ffiexibo, H e is e tidtofly baffiy frhthfened a t t o . B h rn h am ’a. vassahd t o to bft!; • > M h H trahslm p fv to titoe dedehdinghis BnsavoSy record in i f g ; it a l to * ^ '^ tt o g c is B in g S f iofehding-hisBnsavosy Albany last Winter on that AguednotCphtajactprs bffi. g W M nptoripikr S53.'3S;3‘1l 110 p ^ ^ a S P r d t o ^ ^ ■ $ 4 . 40 , th i d u ty on l t b ^ g $ i . l o . This ia nbf T o m W h ils t y eS n TH IH . g i t o T H A T . 14.40,, to4 duty on it bring $1.10, ► This year the two Panning factotiee in tome used in the packing of CbiU alone lpvm.—N ;y . P re ss, Awomsn has been known tobenc man's w ill during life and break i t at dMth,-rBingn^amt<»> header, Nes, a n d we have often heard of rinding men a t o nd ' - ' ’r '•■■■ - Campaign ntoa'e; itm e itosw a y a o h ......... -women iding men m n n thri little flngets. Campaign zhoney Is called snguhecaus . ----------- feet-i-Balttmore Ametl ^tny«ffi tkoon.titueIltsin to6 m*tter of toi^World’B Rdr, and vrito h a v ^ _ ^ flauw o rM w n w r, a n a w iku un^nxin o -r. teredtotbS' o o m p to t w ith the D ra fted to n to p aasalaw w hereby to e taxpayera of to k county w ill b o cmnpeJlod to p a y $000 to to e D rifted K e n w h o d id n ’t g o tc to e w ar, perhaps i t v ronld be w eU for W m ikkgspee«*reatl8p’clpchatnight publkhed « t H udacsi, N . T . to p c ^ that h e V ras one p f to e vrarmest i t e , AVBBY AND MB.STOWBLL era o f top bffi a t A lbany last w inter. The F J J tu n ip ir h a s n am ed the n u n ’to. If a n y evidence w a s laokfiig to prove th a t H errioM Stowell k riot to e a s , r . a s s s 3 S 3 SS:SiS£2 »S-£5\S#s s»i,»2sr°“ MoKlnley bill k g B 10 cents perponttd, which now impmee a tax on the quantity used in these two factories of $7,860. -------- i -------. . . ^ To fiffithese cans w a s u sed — ™ ■of sw eet c o m , and i t is reedily s e e n ,th a t the ta x on thth ee tinneda ph latee amn o u nlate ts to t x on t t in ^ p am o u n ts $7 86 per a cre on th e . 1,000 acres u sed. W h en the farm e r oj>j,.QuiS jm p lalns o R 6 a n ,«nd^ e n g e d h k * ienda to prn- engaging the attention of tl» Grand in-! the A « a n ffiy, in • b eh » lf of that n o to ribia m eatore know n at the AqnPdaot illL And th en Wlflp Contractoia’ . . ^ . . . . . w h h e k thus em th o driPnrivpit might be e w ell for h im to I that h k o o ndnot U fiiw n .p u uugiiii m B tatehow itbappoied — in to a tm to tw u a s to contrary to ’ w s a right, th a t th e N ow’ Y o rk T tibun^ toe n ariooaltab o rgui,atio oo fai therg Eane ep p h lio an n o ok w jw jjiw u w i . p a r ^ , denounoed h im ' fwf th e p a rt h e played <m th a t m id a ig h t in M iy . 4 ri k w e tf fa P w n to *H rfiieuM w h o k e ep toe ..rnriT o f-current ersots and pffiltfoal a fk ii^toe A q u ed u o t OtotraCtoiu? bffi W M o ite H H k m o a tT ic - Joto.und o o rreiA m cS K itot toatfonnd . % w ay to to to e iP g k k to re last w in ter. 1 W M k itk im to to e o o c if f iD e tn o c m te .. pozhhtosd with Us Bepubliotn M p p o rters to force it toronljh tocX^^hilatnrei i t k naTettoeleau tm e toattoebm w M notoriouaty b e d smpOyVeoed dnoeadenudfrpm h im . Tbistheyrem - not d(^ because Jffim H u rton is a n hpo.- est m a n a n d b s w o u ld n o t sw ear fsWiriy to a n affidavit to save th e w hole B epub- lioan U bket from d efeat. In th e fsto o f thk diieot a n d erplioit oiuuge, M r. Stranahsn k going abont the dktript denying boldly, from -the stum p , th a t h e waia p k d S P d to th e bill o r that b e w in auppeart i t if e le c te d . W h y does b e n o t b ack n p hkowndeffiiuraUoca w ith a a affidavit from J rim M u rtonl dozy. I t m ,« bumm iufing p u t r a ^ o n to e lonty th a t b e abonld t o * Irand J u ry in aeaMon THX C p lo u e yABBloU. N o W aliioethetariN Jiaaaent Hiyntba’a r t u # TbPpilm ofolotblaKnpBteen'per cent., tenaave ansive n a a wnd A n d a ll upj^nrel’B v e ry sure to c o etthe between h im sen n jpnbllom tU ej . •Ha aafe to Say th e peoplo w ill Briuitue of th e M cKinley biUi Now w e a r their g a rm e n ts som ewhat longer th a n tn ey d id betore. iiywhotxpPoteditodcisene- gotoationa fo r o perating In th e D ominion \tindw bk;patent 8 . The in v e n to rd le d ' 6 th o f O ctober last w ith a b o td e of w it- neeees b a n g in g a b o n t d ra w h ^ ; t o ^ e x - peoaee k o m thepubUo treaaniyaa. “ poor If th k tolnglng proceedseds unoh Instead of to a tb e a eeln to ahovr, b ym a:. its from a. D rafted to proce longer he w ill hankru] oonn^. T h k -jury hepnin Seaaioa lo n g raough to tranaaot toe businees nsuaUy preaentpd to auch bodies fo r fo u r o r five o o a n tk i^ a n d toe num b e r of ludiotm en ta reptetsd k The rely in g a&dent Suuw mm . w ., W M lebn each ganhOnt here andtbsM lu sp ate th a t have the g re atest w ear 'Twill b e the p ro p er th in g to have a con­ ning b eauty p atch. r r , . * . - ---- lO nthew ' — bey s e t th eir conta -Bingham to n S ed i W e w ill doubtless b a n a m ild winter, as the M cKlnlwbUl w ill k eep to* m ometeeup.—GelveatonNew*, fore to ab ad n eiapouldbeconffiadedt D r. B oynton’s Btudlesi in. geology wore ex- te a a w a rm 'friendihip existed betw e h in rs n d th e e ld e r A g s u ix , It was H r, B oynton’s knowledge o f geology tbat enabled h im to d enounce th e “ O u - dlffQ k n t.” H e m rintalned from the iin t to st i t w u a. h u m b u g , O r , B oynton was alivaya ready for a n y th in g n e w a n d novffi. H e wOa W ith B r . Ikiiner d u ring •his -famoua f « t in N ew T o rk in. 1880 . .Br, B o y n to n also fa sted for a p eriod of tw en ty d a y a The expoeuze of the tam ous T awkebozy alizutooase h o rror in 1886 , w h en it w a s foond tb a t h u m an ikto WM being tanned, w m H n t b ro u g h t to a tte n tion Of tb ep n ffiio by D r. B oyn too. He w a s a k o the p resident o f the company W hloh p u b liihed “Brithsr •ColnmUa'* in N e w Y o rk oily fitom 1888 to 1886 . ,,, _ _ ...» w,u o f th e price p a id h iru fo r h k product, h e m n a t xeriem b er th a t th k encrm o u i d u ty o n tinned p late in som e w ay m u st conno from it. I f toe fanner -will agree to protect toe o an n er a g ainst tb k 'd a ty , th e factory w ffi in return g ladly agree to pay h im 86 por o e n tm o re fo r h k p ro d u c t. * In O n rida county alone, th k tariff ta x on tinned p late n s« ^ in c a n m ak in g w ill am o u n t to o v er 460 , 000 , a n d when s p . plied to aU th e tam e d ‘ -e - -- p lat u sed in t — rposb th k d n ^ B e - of th e foremost of tb eK ep n b U o an S e n a . ton, atatod upon th e floor o f th e S en ata to s t th k experim en t o n toined p late alone w ould cost the A m erican p m p le $ 40000 , , 000 . r , : ‘W e w ere td d tb a t th e a d d itiocal d u ty inopoeed by th e U bKinley bffi w emid n o t raire to e p rice of tinned p k te , h u trinoe its paaoage th e sam e p late w e p u rchased last S u m m er for $4 40 per b o x w a s quoted last week a t $ 66 ,ek, 7676 ^^ osie-balf d last w e a t $ < ------- w h a t ia called protoerive tariff. — one fo r a m omwit w ffi a tte m p t to jn*tii 7 tok tariff d u ty a s 'a m sasore^ betw eeo A m e riota and foreiga labor, ity k a b o to s tp lirioutoyfakeMatemenlsfromaDratted 'srirrtSr toe obsr(re,(>f (xmsorting w ith th e D tm ft- ed M en to p lace a n enoitinoaB h a rd en toe taxpayera of, th e county, in xe* tor their votes. ,H e c an n o t ririrh 11 tto n g h h k term . T h ir e % s beeri lohpoU tioeand too littp ioolina. 0 attend to the b u rineai o f the ‘ ofBoe in to e im eraat o f la w a n d jtuHoe. or e v ad e tffis zesponaiNH^. AU the tone hh ee w aa ss tryingg too g e t tlu^ H U to a T h e chief p ccseoutoig O D cer o f a odonW Sbouid b e 4 m a n w eU v araed in law^ o f DOBS roe oui wiw *»,«««/—.j —— was p ro m p tly ’v et by G o v einor H fll, focw b io li ainm et the enUre p re ss o f New Y o rk u n ited; in o p oimendation. A n d y e t wo find th itt M r. S t r s n a ^ ,t h e yom ^ ffisa w b o lseoenre b e w ffi n o t support to e D ra tte d M enk bffi tm leas M s eoestitutotsw a n titi voting and .speak- h tg a t m id n ig h t f<m t o k m easnre. T h e T ribune o f M ay 9 to, 1890 , glvea a repm t o f to e m an n e k in w b ito t ^ Ac­ w try in t to to e last A ssembly, b e i nted o n e o f Iria o o nstlinents w ith its provkionaj and th e y V ro u ld laiownototog about it n o w h a d n o t tlm PiuADXOlc e x ­ posed th e to iq u ity bshind it. w id e expecienoe a s a practitioner, a n d above th ex e a o b o f toe p p litiriana. W e believe w e'•toflato n o opnfideiKie in s ta t­ ing that M eciidc B towell k n o t each a aembly aoddenly K m * «P ihs UU a t ]D . A c k e r,diairm a n o f the Juditoiry O omnrittce!, m ad e a n adverse report o h torep e WUo ah n dh M r.ut Gardeniecna rt o t e o a « . uaraem w m o v e d to a ttoereportbe i^ 'e c ts d , m g m o riah w as b eaten, W hich w a s subStan-. . tiaU y a v o te a c c e p ttogtoe^veraere^ * A ssstabiymah H togffi! N ew Y o rk thoo nkde au appeal fo r to e bffi to b eh alf o f .to e v o o n ir ^ n r ,a n d tbS T ribune aSya: “H ^ 'o n e w a s am ased to' eee A s se m - W yman D eyo of Broom e oonnty a n d ■'* h Htranshah .o f Oswego pt D tt to elr feet b y ffik ^ Ju s t h e re a h exttoot from ^ th e DUwretfs colimina a s to w h a t fnrihot traasplred w ffi b e re a d riith in te re st- 2 H S S a iH F F H r S O A N T A B S . The friends o f M k s I d a Griffin a re nntotog a h aorive oanvaas fo r h e r r e - election a s H ohool C bminksioniar i n to e Third d k triCt, I f people VHU stop to oonrider tibS welfare o f the , putffio itooW 4 to e w o r k toot M k i G rffin h a s aocom p lk h ed a rid h e r repnlatiott ha a teacher, th e y w ill give h e r. th a k rieet ijority e v er g iv a i a o arididato for to e - - lo e to to e T ^ dktrich W h ile s h e has tfae advatttsgei o f a w ide experiemoS aaa to ao h n rtoreoom m e n d h er, w itotos recred o f h a v in g m oot aooeptaUy filled toC E ^ c e , to s B aiffiyO teskyoung m a n w h o k oontesttog to e field w ith h e r, k whoUr u n fitted to flU toe retyOoMbto postoonhe^aetoa. H e 'h S i neVec h a d ekpes^ieDoS a t a teaCberand k nows n o th ” tog a b o u t to e to h o o l sy stem , H e studied law for a tim e, b u t w a« a d ris ed ffiat h e wbuid itevm to aire a law y er a n d to b e took u p to e tosuianoe b tutoeas. To entrust to h B u p m v ii^ o f the pubUo sohoW sto B u d h a p e n o h to p re fe te n to to due w h o h a s proved fitnelf toorrii|hly qnaUflhd for toe w w h ’sroffid be the: bright b f toTljf arid ih e H A riArim k does: . A m a a o f ju s t toe o p p o d te ^make-up k to e H o n . C baries W . A v rey, o f Fhesn bto, w bom.^tbe D em o crats h a v e n om i­ nated to r to e cfBce. fie k a m an w hose q U a lif io s i^ for the p ositioo a re w ril know n to the peqide o f t h k county, b e havtog m o at acceptably f f is o b a r ^ toe IG o n n iy Judge fmr toe unexi- m oooarioned b y to o rerignatton of the H o h . N . m N n to n g Upon toe iatterW ekofioU to Oongtees, M r. A v ta y early acquired toe hm rit of oooatant indastry and h » .w ^ a p lace to ffiaprofesBOB a e ^ to n o n e to tW a p t t t o l tob S ta te . H s h a s h a d a w id e m e p e ritooe fii, aU the courts rit toe S te te ^ to b o th -W v ll a n d Crim ln ri case^. a n d w ffi h e reniem jM ed as h a to « o cn d n o tedrihioststahbOrnaiffi togeniom driCHiae to r J o to u a Giffore^vrfao killed h k v n fo a t S o u th G ra n b y som e yaatsago. Mr. Stowefi a n a M r. A v taT are n o t to b e (xnnpaM d to toe s im e breath as law y ers a n d th o se w ho fe e la n iatereatlnam o m p t^ ta id im p artial a d - m in istration o f to e affairs o f th e Im p o rt­ a n t mUoe o f XUstrict A t t e i ^ Wffi give toek v o tes a n d to w r su p p o rt to M r. w j ^ lodgtoe a t h otel There Is some satisfiretion tor toelirre^ sporiibleman.to.beUionsbt that he can negotiate.a ten dollar cill as e a jly aaa nmUonalra^Btoghamton Deader, loa HJtABl’aA lri BIGHT. I ’ve heard the i-leOsantatotlea Of oar neighbor ’mota the way, Tboir ngdy little m stora, Of the thlsgathat peoWe aay, T h a t h e’s very fond o f plessure, That h k hours are v tty late; But I rather Uke to see him Meethk btoy at the gate, lilk e to see tks toddler ’ nwmBg watch each aftenioiS], And tonote U s eager g ances yfhen. the mother s a » “ eUnoon” Tbo* Itrem a eho d within me A>> I s it and ruminate. ■ S t u l l like to vratch m y nelghbm; Oreebth\ hahy at the gate. IknownotWhathlslatiltsmay he,, Thiinelghbor 'orcas the way. But I’m sure hla heart’s all rnfiit. He provee tbatday by day. And while it always pains nrS “DON’T .CARH T O K A T .\ I t i s w ith the K reateea oCnfidenoa that Hood’s S a ra an a m ls k reoomm taded lea geetion, a n d m ak -a o n # “real hungry,’’ Persons l u delicate h e alth a fter teJong Hood’s S a m p a rilla a fe w days, find th em aelveslODgingfor and e ating th e platoeet food. w lthiM ^ p eo ced re lk h r . tire labWr. I t w aa shown b y zrU atetktibs th a t onty 18,000 p e ^ V.— engaged to toe m an u faottire <ff tinned Plate to W ales,white titeteare 9 , 000,000 people to to te country toteceated to toe various entetpriees in to W hibk'itiBSM i plate s n ts n a s a w h o le o r p a rk If tinned p late ia m ade In th is co u n try U w iU b e a n d e c a protected m o nopoly carried aloag by. |hs e m p lcym en t o f foreign labor, to w U o b , m o re than a n y And while it always w n a Hloet my childandmat 1 lota to seemy neighs or --’•WttdliBXtOlxFOEte T fiO H S A N p IS L A N D P A B E L The JreHbus itoiurgb hSa ItoCii toade agalikf fiito. lA w k , toe Bepubitoan FoataiM terffi A to m ts, th a t h w recently oast a b a lld t to a D etobbreKc o atw ti. The Q en rirel bari p l te M g u fity to the chtage, avrirtog to a t h e .“ aW p ly w ishea to h(Mp a fritod.” a n d now it effiy «>’• m to n s fo r Hrother W to a m ak e r to fie- terpine W hetoer h e shaU for th e cm n g G e n e ra l o r turn him o u t Of to e rk to . . . j;tota yretorday w a s toe unexpected visTt o f M a jo r M cKinley, w ho b o arded b k frato and^had ajptostetotcM ^ ^ xodetegritoer from ltoeriffion to finfito- tilte,M t,W ittwi<toiltoB 3 raey’a oppooen^ Z f ir e o to is o r to e A s e o ffiatotoi m - p a tto g fbcN to c t S e M tn i. The d lreotora Cf toe T h o u ia a d Iilaad Ftakesaxtotom o rg a n ised b y aelecting KW h, L owvflte, se o re ta ty j 0 * P . H a d ­ dock, W atertow n , tteasurer. KxeCutive “ S T 5 i ; l S * S ^ « . 1 S k . kotol to b e to re a ffiiiess foc boatosM to ttto opeffing o f nesrt season. W h en th e ptena a re adopted trids W ffi be a sk e d to r giviiigouf O swego reieohaiics a chance jW a geed w in te r’s job. !i»e»ffi>tel S S S v J S B for a g e n e w i store,, re ea h m arket toc.- Stogteadnfltoion. tp toe g re u n d s w e re fked to 16 oento *<* ,« « ch PrinWril 6 d O V a a T H M DAM. AOanaXfioatXrfMded WltoStcme . and ^ o k L o f t . •O swxq O fsiX B , D o t jig.—A oana| boat.beioQidog k> M r. L o o m is w e n t tqpon the to s e r dam a b o u t M x c to k n k hot avaalng. Men w e re e o g ig e d iiipoUteg the boat aoioos to e rlvsr. She waa caught in. to e iw ift c n frect a n d w aa.soon out o f th e ir control. lto.lIargetro(d,W bo^ w ith seVend n re n |w a a engaged o n tiw boaty-ieeizig th a t aha wm about to go over the d a m abm id o aed b tf’to h e r fata. T h e boat w a s lo ad ed w ith b u ild in g ateps and. b rick fo r Itougetnrid Se Brigeol o f Hhoeniz t o w h ich plaoe toa wm bound. B h e k y r W ith h e r b o w afloktog b a t o v er tim a p ro n o f tb e d sm , to e to ecn xeating m toehetom a lof to e liv a ) A ith e ^ te tiiin c t. other, th ek ffim rlngokM o f to k o o o a tiy wffi b a re to oontzibute. Tba o b ject of to ii letter, b o w av sr, k ) p teoe beforeto yteo o ue r reefore a d e n no s tar tae Md Qn i p b y u r a e n ■how in g h o w to e c an n in g indastry k affeoted by to e enteirged d n ty o n ta m e d ^ a ^ ^ v in g it to them, to find a jiMti* HognT. Fowuoq T ro tting I n B y z ao o B g . ^Ehie Byraouae n o e s openad t o B ^ - ^ood. p itlt yeiiccdAy w iUxH* Itownyp- riarter, and W ffik K B u m s, Synaam, John F m d e rg ts t, Fboaoix^ a n d Imnif B e w e H o ftokrity, fim e k e ep e n - I z k h Fulk* w o n to a 8:46 race a n d “ G ypa>» (he A dl 7 zaoe. The C O o rk r aayB to k race w aa onintecearing o n e. The. O swe­ go m aze a d d favprite in -tha p o o ls. She dropped to e f l i W b r n t ^ f f i r e M ^ T h e cmiteet a t (he O h I oo lost n ig h t i(M , B algW , 1145 'WhlWi, 87 . “he . _ . ..................... .... T large SuffienOe v ra s g re atly D itosed w itii toe tohifattion o f L onia C yr^toe staongeit -■ <rr^ iffid O sm e M fiftoi ------ - next th ree b e a to bowever, w in n in g (ha race. Time, 8 :g 0 | , 8 : 80 , 8 : 80 ^, 8 : 894 . EffiNATOH JONMS’ VISIT. m a n in th e w otod. H e ’s jt v rd n d e r.. H e w ill b e a t (be OM ino e v ^ night toe btoanoe o f (he W eriri NawWitente. Bneonae. W itiresH . B d e i, Jtyreoneei. B o rn lsb- entoW ffifi th tt W ill O pen a m a rk e t f o r a n o th e rb n to d b f w hekt < r tooto'to!'■bSCTrit, o f \ ; p ^ f c ^ i ii r e h , Mfiffle’ N e r v e a n d L iv e r Fffih B tartodm to g h k s e e t beridc to e G o rre- nottotoeM a jto- c ffiyem o fH ffladdresw ed fi ,060 p e p i^ a t e n open a ir m e e ting^ to e afteriteoB, b u t a c m in y Wefe unaW # to h to r W m to to h e oonacnted to re m a in um til ty to in g w B e n h e a g ain addreeeed a tafOrid t o t o taxed to e capaoily o f to t opershbrise. . ,s:^«£4S2L.'ss: Pipe- :“ p ritof‘Ji Noechel, fioobeater. Bled- .T b e O a lifiaroia fifiver K i n t W to i M tn o b F le a M d . M exico. In d ep eo d eo t: Beoator J o h n F. Jones o f N evada, to e fa to e r o f th e SOver bffi k t to r p assed W rO osqrrsM^and w h o k iutaresM h e re ^ t o Frank M. fiatte, esq., and otfaeri^ p a ts ad through our vffiegc o n T o eiday ci test W eekht company w ith G e a . X J. W arner and OoL F ra n k G oroocan, w b o w ere riaotoe gtteaii o f M r.lkrta, T h e Seoatoe m lS atd (to tram a t H ome forM exkx^ and (beta- ffiiq w itd to Oswego v ia fiyraonse, w h ^ a eptekd W ain w to for* riisbed h y toto gmrial geatiem a n , Ito a Battarflrid, General F a seeogw A g e n t B . W . A O . faUroad, w W rii ogr^ ried them (0 tbffir destihatito-r-Saridy jCketo, in qffick tim e . The B etaator « vary much pleaeed with Whto to eew, thkbeiiighis flrto visit to tatr ssorioin ' espedally sa (to outlook for n a ta tto i Warner, that eventually quaniities W to e sam e w ffi to devtoopM ta Ctewego fototy, fito w h a t i u totei , Wayne ttonOeratiC FreSe: RepuWW «amsaMerttototto“Vetri»n8ar0 with Payne.” , TWsk amretog. itwffipiense to^reiretostehctofhis. Butwritrin- tilrieorion .day. Itwffi he found (tot (to#riri»ris vrifi v<totothey fought^ ^ h their oormmde ta » ~ ' is a n e x p ta i in ttoeem a tta re. T h ey w ere recWved to B in d y G reek b y H im . O irik B. H a rk a n d friends, a n d a H to e aring , toe w oridbogof the w aU c to ld h a v in g n , I jsWf .'.ta a a ' 9 ,ird 0 (it uLoft y e ol will beg fonem l' A n . T h e l sfioogi , J ta l^ id in g -T h e fo tiw e s i.'; T to H b m e W atertow n A O gd^snsburg to u t - .................... ... ^ ^ ^ ^ g ^ e ; . T h u r e ^ t o w i y . , reeA k k to lr e i li t a A 'w f f it o t o n it a ^ ^ ' Itofcto-tW tag, wffi p « ^ : Young wta’e tori overeonte in Mel* toita to to e ^ , S ta re re , JtoatOtJtbAOb. ptaiW .ton{M « te iw ««ta- to r te a n d M m Neffie Betas of tb it i Vffiii^, w b o seenaed to t o jty i ^ W p an rnttehM to e o ld er o to s. O a h k a rrivat a t H y r a ^ the to to to V tobwoe le ft fo r ]Csa|tel thouid M e tto etegant toya overeoate at } jo n r G o to ACSb. I- w m m €rv

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