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The exhibitors were rushing to get away their goods. In the agricultural hall many of the exhibits were dismantled in the forenoon. In the fine arts building many of the pictures were taken down and cased for shipment. It will be some weeks before the foreign section in the manufactures and liberal arts hall is disturbed.

A small crowd of shoppers still haunted the place yesterday and the wares were going at a great reduction. In all of the other buildings the exhibitors were working like beavers. The quickest work was done in the government building. Yesterday afternoon this building presented an entirely different appearance. A large force of rained workmen have been employed and Uncle Sam will be among the first to get off his display.

In the offices in the administration building there was still work to be done. Sam Inman came out at 2 o'clock and held consultation over financial affairs. Captain James Wylie, who has proved one of the most able financiers and devoted his time incessantly to the affairs of the exposition, was there, too, directing in the different departments and advising.

The duties of General Manager Smith were finished. His office was vacant and he was back again at his law practice down town. Secretary Lewis was engaged in writing out permits to exhibitors to remove their exhibits. Chief Tyler, of the transportation department, had his hands full again. Collier sat in his office—a lone sentinel. The executive work of the exposition has been vested entirely in him.

He is now the head and front of the whole fair. It seems a relief, but then we can't help feeling sorry that it has all passed and it seems a pity to wipe away such a beautiful place as this. But the exposition has accomplished a great deal. Socially it has been a great benefit to the people of Atlanta.

We will know each other better hereafter. It has been a kind of mirror reflecting and bringing out the qualities of those connected with it. It has been a wonderful developer. I really regret to see it close. I feel like there is something missing. It almost seems that some close relative had died. In many respects I am sorry to see the end come.

A gloomy atmosphere overshadowed the whole park. The exposition is dead. In a few weeks there will be nothing but a row of vacant buildings left. There is urgent inquiry and much solicitude among the exhibitors of the foreign section over the delay of the decision of the international jury of awards.

The jury did its work a month [? Continued on Page When the last report was [? Secretary Lewis has telegraphed to President Gilman, but nothing definite has been ascertained yet. It is the opinion of President Collier that the delay is caused by the fact that before returning the report President Gilman forwarded it to Washington to be recorded as a part of the report of the original jury. This places the delay with the secretary of the first jury. Gustavo Niederlein, the commissioner of Argentine Republic, will return to Philadelphia in a few days for the purpose of placing the exhibits secured at the Atlanta exposition in teh Philadelpha Commerical museum.

He has in charge [? A variety of objects from the Georgia exhibits will be taken off and every coun [? He has secured contributions from each state building here and obtained in full the exhibits of the Georgia railroad and that [?


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All of these will be forwarded as so [? This enterprise is one of the biggest of its kind ever attempted in the United States and promises great good. Commissioners A. Macchi and R. Saul [? All of the representatives of the different countries called on each gentleman and presented them with a formal certificate of thanks.

Macchi has accomplished much since his stay in Atlanta and has made many friends. Saulay is a French journalist and a man of rare culture and strong intelle [? His exhibit was interesting in all its departments and [? Miss Edith S. Tucker, aged seventeen years, died at her mother's home on Hampton street late yesterday afternoon.


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Miss Tucker was stricken with typhoid fever about three weeks ago. She was to have been married Christmas day, had it ot been for her illness. She was a bright young girl, and her death will be deeply regretted by her acquaintances and mourned by her friends and relatives. Her father has been dead for some time. The funeral services will also be held at Covington. A committee of Council Bluffs and Omaha gentlemen reached the city last night and are stopping at the Savery.

They are here to wait upon the legislature in the interest of the Trans-Mississippi Exposition to be held at Omaha in They say it is the intention to make it the greatest display of the resources of the western states and territories the world has ever seen. The chairman of the delegation is the Hon. Saunders came to Iowa, when it was the territory of Wisconsin and assisted in framing the constitution under which it was admitted into the Union.

He had the honor of being the youngest member of the constitutional convention. As the readers of The Register will be pleased to learn the object of his mission, he has kindly favored us with the following interview:. Our committee, consisting of Mr. Strawn, J. A Wakefield, S. Lindsay and myself, of Omaha, and E. Odell, president of the Merchants and Manufacturers' Association; C.

Hannan, cashier Citizens' State Bank; Hon. Treynor, W. Moore and T. Dawson, is visiting Des Moines to interest the people of Iowa, through the legislature, and the citizens of Des Moines in providing for an exhibit of the resources and development of Iowa, at the exposition to be held at Omaha in the summer and fall of Few can realize the grandeur of its progress and prosperity since I located at Mount Pleasant in your state.

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Iowa was then the territory of Wisconsin. I was a member of the convention that framed the constitution admitting Iowa into the Union. I believe I was the youngest member of that body. At that time Iowa was a comparative wilderness, and west of the Missouri river the Indian and the buffalo held undisputed sway. Look at it now and see what "God hath wrought.

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The Trans-Mississippi region will be fully represented. This consists of twenty-four states and territories. But every state in the Union, as well as foreign nations, will be invited to make displays.

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