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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, July 07, 1877, Image 1

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ELMIRA^ BAZOO. VOL. 1 ELMIRA, N. Y., JULY 7,1877. NO, 6 NKIVS 80//./in /')OirN. —The Cliautauqua S. 8. Assembly opens An»inst4th. —Bids were opened yesterday for the ^25,000 granite pedestal for the statute of the late Gen. Thomas. —The inoiuinient erected by Sunday school scholars to the late P. 1\. Bliss and wife, will be dedicated next Tuesday. —All the troops in the South, except those needed for gari ison duty, will be sent to the Pacilic coast to light Indians, or to the Ki o Grande to take care o f the Mexican borders. A boy named Wade, 15 years old, jumped on a moving car, near Walton, N. Y. As the train ran into the depot he was knocked oil and both legs run over. Both were am- putateil. Recovery doubtful. —Henry Burch, a Republican State Sena- tor o f Louisiana, was arrested on Tuesday tor the embezzlement o f school funds. He spent the Fourth in jail, having refmsed to allow a habeas corpus to be taken out in his case. He will be sent to Baton Rouge, in cnstod}' of an ofiicer, where his trial will take place. Ex-Gov. Wells was arrested yesterday for forgery and perjury before the Returning Board, and lor counting in the Hayes electors. H e was placed under $5,000 bonds. —At a cabinet session, yesterday, the President's order, prohibiting federal officers from participation in politics, was discussed. It was agreed that the letter of the l}ost- niaster-General was a correct and judicious statement of the meaning of the order, in regard to cases like the one presented from Wisconsin,and that while the order should be lirmly maintained and impartially enforced, there is no objection to apply i t t o Iowa office holders who were elected as members of Congress before i t was issued, and wh o probably took their seats before it reached them b y mail. • —Job Printing. E. C. GEORGE & CO. No. 136 East Water. We execute all kinds of Job Printing in the highest style of the art, at very motierate prices. Estimates gladly furnished. B0ST0JI BiY mms 134 WIST WITH ST., Will Be Found GREAT BARGAINS in all departments of DRY GOODS. Don't fail to call and see. ONE PRICE ONLY! m s&OTEEES Hi mimi 134 West Water. W. N. BOWMAN 421 RAILROAD AVE. Will Di-lirpr VIENNA BREAD, and all kinds of IJrcadstnff at your door daily. Wm. PHILLIPS, Carriage Trimmer and Harness Maker, 426 EAST WATER STREET, Opposite the Homestead Hotel. A few sets of Harness for sale cheap. Bepaiiing done at short notice. UNION TEMPERANCE SOCIABLE ! To be given by Brotlxex Ola^rlx, At Lowman's Hall—Wellsburg, N. Y. Friday July 13, 1877. TICKETS 50 CENTS. LADIES FREE. WANT T O KENT a five or si-x room house within ten minutes walk of the Post Office. Kent must he low. En- puire at the BAZOO office.

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