Elkhart Democrat (Newspaper) - February 27, 1880, Elkhart, Indiana 0tmrt IN 1806. EVERY 8% a la and Ko paper until all arrears are paid at the option of the over Proctor's ELKHART FEBRUARY 27, 1880. 9, OF column one column one colunia one 45 Oil 30 00 10 cents a lino for first 6 cents for each subsequent not to exceed ten this sized per lines of this type constitutes a and lar business cards allowed that much H. City C. A at Mala Ind. Complete e The only abstracts in the and Chronic Diseases with unparalleled latest scientific Diseases on the Send or bring Urine ilist passed lo the Consultation rooms over SMond Hand 146 Hain Blank bound in eood style at reasonable Old books bUok books of all made to order on Short by mail promptly attended V. FUNK 4 election of General Grant for the third time would be a to our free institutions and republican form of meat will not stand at remotely or in any The is of importance mainly to Hates is becoming more stalwartly stalwart every His census appointments seem to be strictly par all disciples say he was sold out at a good confession for them to They may continue to sell W. in east side of Main neat All calls in city or promptly attended O. of the over the Cornish Meat corner Mail and Pigeon estate transfers and attended t4 und all business transacted Main meals at all Board at reasonable Ice in their P. attend promptly all calls for public pales and al the lowest Address or at this Cincinnati Enquirer says Hendricks may be set down as the favorite son of It he he may be get up as a suitable man by the Detroit Free says that republican sentiment in Michigan is almost equally divided between Grant and with the force favorable to to find Neither parly seems to want the republicans insisting that he is a democrat and the democrats insisting that he is a General Butler himself says he is a Grant although causing it to be understood that if he weie himself nominated by the greenback people he would support the ticket with unfeigned congressional committee which was for a few days furiously engaged in investigating the Star mail extravagance seems to have been interrupted in its work and forgotten to Pretty soon people will begin to believe that Assistant Postmaster General Brady knew what he was talking about when he said he was with a that congress would be delighted to indorse his extravagance and grant the two millions asked for to cover The country had better keep this monumental job within range of its eagle is forging ahead as the place for holding the national democratic The can just remain in town to be ready for the following fourth of and make necessary improvements about the White on post and post roads has left us in no doubt as to what it would do if it control of the appropriations for that The extending the star service to all the highways of the United States is a very good T. Insurance and Agent Office 138 Main now prepared to execute work iu the department o Orders expeditiously Office and Jackson Q. M. special of tlie Throat and and Attends to General From 11 M. to 12 and from 2 P. sr. to 4 1'. and at all hours whoa not professionally over Kelly Leonard's drug 99 Main back of all and will answer colls in city or and Tumors treated without the use of tlie back of Over First attention given Loans fur Kansas and Nebraska J. A. AND Uain and High B ock of Sage to general but prefers of Women and B. B. B. hat and aching treated and Artificial teeth on any of the styles of hues at moderate Gold a All operations registered JMain - - T. W. jr. AND S. R. Short and tonto to B. card in effect 80. lo CT 6 40 1 00 8401 805 10 00 10 41 12 4S 100 115 IZI 22S IM 789 882 84< 811 927 20 820 00 a.m. 7 80 man who lead tlie proof of President biography lias followed the 3jan who wrote that great work into - an under President The pressmen and engaged on that biography are now ranging themselves in Chicago Times declares that its canvass oi Illinois republicans shows Blaine to be fifty per stronger than Grant in that and proves that the delegation to the national Convention will vote for unless the game is played over war is in progress between the republican factions in One wing is led by A. Worth of Baltimore and now secretary of the whose efforts are said to be directed toward displacing Governor Hoyt and getr ting the position for 6a., Constitutionalist The republicans are not all so dyed in the wool of radicalism as to contend that no good can come out of the Mr. ot New is the latest as will be seen irom his actions in regard to the removing the political disabilities of Sergent P. P. and authorizing his appointment as an officer of the United States The young man served in the confederate army during the but has since been in the United States McCook Though he was considerable of a he would say that any man who had risked his life for four or five years in the service of tue United Stases should not be debarred of the right to We advise Mr. ot to take a few lessons in common sense Jand generosity from his political friend from New publishes a long screed about a of a president for the the nub of which is that he has been Davis did not want the but wished to be iu chief command of the and that Georgia had intended to make if she got the Boss of lost his grip on the republican machine in he still remains postmaster at the state and is said to work the wires at Washington to get positions for his much to the disgust of Senator Carpenter and the congressional delegation from that became so vexed in the senate the other day as to threaten to introduce a resolution to provide the with dirks and so that he might have some power in the senate Such an officer would be a valuable aid either in Nicaraguan or in party northern papers contained that the democrats of the south make a great mistake in their efforts to stop The bills passed by the legislatures of Georgia and it must be are intended to protect colored citizens from being imposed upon by political emigrant There is nothing to keep the colored man from moving to other states if he desires Conklino might have denied the report that he was making arrangements to support Sherman for president without putting in the ill-natured remark that he doesn't know Everybody knows he's the brother-in-law of Secretary and knows as much about the great finance presidential campaign as half a dozen special agents of the treasury in his proclamation against Indian Territory it nec essary to say that no efforts be spared to prevent the invasion of the spread by evil-disposed persons to the Why should suck rumors be spread What basis do they have to go on Has not the conduct of some of Mr. own given color to reports that trespass on the Indian Territory would be winked at We Indian Commissioner Hayt recommending in the strongest terms the reduction of the owned by the and Mr. Carl Schurz pushing a taking away the lands which the Indian tribes hold in and giving them farms of a size whose aggregate will be far less than their present We find congressional committees providing for opening the Indian Territory to settlement by and railroad interests backing up these No wonder that see ing at Washington try to anticipate York Portland Standard puts Oregon down as a doubtful says that Stephen J. Field could carry as well as California and that Judge Field was in early days hardworking that his record is clear on every question in which the coast is that he would receive a very and cany the electoral votes of those states to the democratic side beyond a is calmly stated Schurz has an Ohio man in contemplation for Indian The secretary's keen business instinct is at the back of He haa no particular fondness for the Ohio but he has not overlooked the historical fact that the Ohio man gets away with about everything and he less hopes to find one wno can get away witli the Indian No man big enough to do that has yet been dally of W. set fire to Ma father's house with the intention of destroying both father and flo that he could come into of the property enable him to He hag been will be a matter of profound tion that somebody or another connected with the Leader has got an Ever since Hayes was inaugurated nearly everybody around that newspaper establishment has fishing for about anything that could be and in the midst of the applause of the whole country the Consulship to Basle has finally been hauled in. The fact that the appointee is an Ohio man lends an additional charm to the administration is having a. hard time with have been supposed that in the administration's own slate it would be allowed to have its own but Mr. had the unkindness to assort in the Senate that of eight Ohio men some had bad characters and the others were unfit for the Some of the Senators thought that this did not make any difference that an Ohio man ought not be required to have a good and that to expect an Ohio man also to be fit for his position was expecting altogether too But the democrats were unable to appreciate the merits of a census organization made up entirely of partisans oa one anl as even the republicans are not very enthusiastic in the the whole batch was After this the Louisiana appointments came Here the nonpartisan arrangement had been more happy adhered The democrats were given two districts where there could not easily be any fraud or in the while the two southern including New were given to notorious republican a that nobody would Naturally enough these appointments were also objected and it begins to look as though the administration would have to begin all over For a truly reforming this one of ours does have an uncommonly uncomfortable Her A story in its is as romantic as those which the writers of fiction usually indulge comes from the south and is vouched for by a gentleman who is well acquainted with the Some years ago a family by the name of Scha er came to this country from Germany and settled on the south taking advantage of the good and soon found themselves very comfortably Ever since their arrival in this it has been the wish of the parents to return to the old and arrangements were consummated for a return near the close of last when Mr. Sebastian at the request of fhe took a money and set out lor intention of buying a old and eventually bringing mother to enjoy after the wn the became moody and She but little interest in and became insane and had in Her worse j and fit tinies the family was obliged to call in assistance of an accommodating Things wore going on this way for some and the family despaired of her regaining her In the meantime the been to after carefully looking over the game to the conclusion it be a policy to buy a farm and settle Accordingly he set sail for and arrived in the city only a few days to the did do seeing her long son at once him a welcome as pan She at once recovered her reason anft is no longer kept in Her appearance is said to have changed BO much that her former friends and acquaintances can hardly so severe has been the trial of her son's absence from elections passed off quietly in old Davis Hatch Sauto Domingo outrage case is Italian parliament and the Prussian Diet have been pope has instructed the Catholic bishops in Russia not to meddle with giving Ireland equal rights oft franchise with England and Scotland was Sardou's new a satire on the mania of is a great success in Geographical has conferred a gold medal upon Prof. and a half of rainfall within hours does very well for Grant and an convention was held at home in New colony of Scotchmen ask congress for 1,000,000 acres of laud under the Homestead chief for says the government will not tamper with proprietary Fish is much interested in and expresses some ideas in regard to the interoceanic thousand men and 250 teams will make things lively along the Jine of the Texas United States steamer flagship of the Pacific left for where she is expected about the 1st of French government will order the Russian to leave the He will be shipped to England or the United old historic ship house at N. which was erected in 181S, blew exposed the uncompleted war vessel New United States government has presented the city of Paris with a album of photographic sketches of the principal sites in New the workmen who occupied the cellar of the Winter St. have been and their innocence of complicity in the plot is Plimsoll has been brought before the bar of the house of commons for placarding handbills censuring members for impeding the for grain in serious complication has arisen between England and Persia touching The have not yet been completely but have failed for the congressional printer wants a deficiency appropriation of on account of the extra and Prof. Baird asks to finish the fish hatching United States army officers will probably be extended tlie same privileges ot after 30 are now given commission tax levied upon Cuba by the Spanish to sixteen on the net of urban commerce ana and ten per on agricultural attempt been made on the a mine been exploded under the of the Winter Five soldiers were killed and thirty-five steamship City ot on February 13, took the twenty-four in from the sinking ship of from Bremen for and lauded them Monday in New the Canadian House of Sir John McDonald presented a message from His Excellency the Governor recommending a vote of for the relief of the Irish is understood that the Ontario government has decided on asking for a vote on supplementary estimates for the Irish relief The ministers have not yet decided on the amount of the to all accounts there is great difficulty in ascertaining how General Butler stands Why anybody should care particularly to know is not very but It seems there are Smithsonian Institute from the Astronomer Royal of England the of the discovery by ftt Gape 12l]iof 1880, of a comet in and minutes right degrees and thirty-one minutes north 4cr with a daily motion of two utes and thirty-five seconds in right and twenty jury in the case of L. Kouns of New against Captain Otis N. formerly United States purchasing at New a verdict of for the bridge over the Meherrin on the Petersburg and Weldon railroad at which was burned on the night of the 9th, has replaced by a temporary Trains pass through on of discovered on the 17th of 1880, a planet of the eleventh magnitude in 10 hours 50 minutes right 13 degrees 22 minutes north with a daily of 7 minutes convention of colored called a few weeks met at to discuss the exodus and organize a colored colony in northwestern Texas and deliberate upon other subjects for the welfare of that the session of the Louisiana Speaker Ogden's pistol fell from Ms causing if District Attorney against charging him with carrying concealed case ot the United States vs. J. income stands by ruling of Judge until an opinion of the supreme court is rendered as to an appeal operates per ae to stay proceedings in district pleaded guilty to murder second degree in New and sentenced to prison for The on tlie of 5, 1879, visited from whom lie been shot her total loss by tlie gre at was Insured in 45 for about ranging 1 rom to most of thp risks being or The insurance of Joses f 2,5P0- A. general ticket agent of the died suddenly of heart disease at his residence at Pa. Mr. Stecher entered the service of the company in 1853, and was made general ticket agent in the spring of 1873. the suit of the United at New against Louis and Edwin to recover on fraudulent invoices in 1863 and 18C4, been trial before Judge the jury rendered a verdict for the government of will be reported favorably by the house It provides penalties for the adulteration of articles of or and any dealer who refuses to furnish a sample of a suspected article for examination my be fined boiler in John F. Thompson's steam sawmill at N. destroying the mill and killing Roger of a of and of All the workmen were badly Feb. 19.The the of the attempted assassination ot the Imperial showing that the dinner was ap pointed for G o'clock If it had not been accidentally all would have seated at the of the As it their escape was very The accompanied by the Princess of Hesse and was about to enter the hall one and the other members of the imperial family except the em by another when the explosion took Two servants who were in the dining hall were The force of the was such that a of windows in the palace and houses were The gas was blown out and complete The bodies of two more soldiers have been found among the debris and of the forty-five injured several have since Feb. 19.^The house ot commons to-night went into committee of the whole on the Irish relief The amendment to third clause moved by Mr. Shaw for the purpose of permitting the boards of guardians to exo under a loan and with the of the local board of work and improvement of waste widening and deepening was negatived 109 to 89. Feb. 19.The river is slowly the low lands about the city havg been covered for a past and 2,500 people have been forced to vacate their No damage has resulted beyond the flooding of small The river has washed out an immense quantity ot lumber from above and caused the loss of corn on the Feb. 19.A fire broke out shortly one o'clock to-night in John Roberts on Sixth near and is still it will be confined to the factory and Victor Burnham Co's Roberts insurance en building is in Philadelphia and the rest in Cincinnati is to cover the whole Feb. 19.In the United States district court to-day Wilt Hammond was convicted of having in his pi the famous Pete McCartney bank note plate and in counterfeit recovered by secret service agents a year and of passing counterfeit Feb. 19.^The greenback state convention is to be held here on march 23. Feb. 19.Mr. made a speech at Frankfort before a joint session of the Liberal subscriptions were taken for the land league To-night he had a larce audience here ami was introduced by Henry A handsome sum was realized for the poor of Feb. 19Parnell made a speech at Frankfort to-day before a joint session of the A liberal subscription was taken for the land league fund He had a large audience here and was introduced by 20.At D. T. Oilman grain elevator burned with sixty thousand bushels of An crib witli bushels was also Feb. 20.A News special from the City of preparations being made to receive Gen. Gens. Ignacio and Matins Romera have a committee to receive Grant at Vera The party will slay two days at Press representatives arc arranging to take part iu tiie Feb. 21.News from the interior of the empire is Famine and diptheria are decimating Thei provinces of Sarat and which in ordinary times enormous of had scarcely any crop last The calamity is aggravated by the want of fodder for the and peasants are forced to sell In Caucasus the famine is still where people are committing and selling their Feb. 21.A fire broke out yesterday in Academy of Forest Culture and the entire which was capable of accommodating 300 including museum valuable was Cause of fire When the fire was discovered some of the students were Feb. 22.The Journal De St. dwells on the necessity of of upop the ground that they can not be regarded as political Feb. 22.In consequence of capture by Greek of Col. find his while on their way from Constantinople to Eastern the British iron clad Invincible has been despatched to 21.CoQ. convicted in of the murder of John at and who scoured a second trial on writ of hag been again guilty of Feb. 21.The Arsenal street Methodist church burned loss insurance 21.Fire at yesterday morning destroyed the business house of Sadler E. W. Clapp Cowan and Taylor about Insurance seven held by local companies in this The fire was attended by loss of particulars of which have not yet been Feb. 22.A shooting took place near Thursday from the of which two persons died A- p. an of unsavory having trouble with agreed for money consideration to leave the He returned shortly after and attempted to kill but was prevented by a who received the bullet in her own body killing her Garvin then shot himself through the inflicting a wound from which he died the next Feb. 2;i.^i^ate thig afternoon a issued for arrest of Tiburcio of Parrot on a charge of employing Chinese in service of Bank Quicksilver Mining of which is The the constitutionality ot tlie passed by the legislature prohibiting corporations from employing Ch the City of Mexico of the 2lst says General Grant and party arrived to-night on a special accompanied by Minister Mexican reception committee and They were met at the depot by city officials and members of the federal The streets were packed with General Grant and party were escorted in carriages to Mineral college by 3,000 and 500 Buildings and streets are ablaze with Feb. 23.(Jen. in replying to a letter from acting the qf the city to visit thip pity on his return says that if there are good facilities for travel he will return to the United Slates via San if he will return via Texas and visit the places familiar to him during the Mexican Feb. 22.H. G. one the editors and proprietors ot the Chronicle and died aged 29, at the residence of Governor Feb. conductor on the Belt died last from wounds received iu h fracas in a on with an engineer on the Bee N. Feb. 22.Rev. Dr. P. ot New secretary of the American Board of Foreign died here to St. 21.About midnight Thursday night the second section of a freight train on the St. Louis Wa bash road ran off the track near and the engine and thirteen cars were The conductor of the first section had left the switch John the staid on his and he and brakeman are seriously Brennan threw his reverse lever back and chained it. ' Passengers on the express train were transferred at 4 a. m. Last night the track was cleared and ready for Feb. 23.While the Fifth Ohio was firing a Gal ule in honor of the opening of the Cincinnati Southern August Herman had one of his severely injured by a premature His thumb was shot his hand badly lacerated and the bones of the forearm Feb. 23.General special agent of the postoffice in with his would be defrayed 1 by the citizens of as well as their subsistence as long as thuv desired to He spoke of the equal and pure temperature of | ana claimed that its on advantages could not be ' was authorized by twenty-three of the will start a leading hotels of that city to state that as of presented claims of At Joshua C. a resident of St of West moved that i since 1831, has read a prepared statement i forth the advantages of that 1 set fire to the jail at Fow He thought that as Missouri is a completely the national democratic convention of be held He called E. of is v Bagon was drowned at ice arrived to-day in accordance with orders from Washington to investigate the affairs of Cheyenne postoffice resulted in the of a deficiency iu postmaster accounts of about His sureties were placed in charge ot the office and will make Gen. Adams further investigated charges of Maj. connection with the Great Western Distribution Company and finds them sustained by proofs to Maj. is publisher of the Cheyenne in whose columns recent assaults on the character of Gov. Hoyt and other citizens have Gen. Adams returned to Denver whence he will proceed to Washington with his Ute 23.A News special from Jefferson on reliable information from near Cass gives the Mrs. a respectable married living in Garry neighbor was yesterday brutally outraged and then Three men were One confessed the ciime and he was horribly mutilated by the his clothing saturated with coal oil and set on He was afterward Intense excitement Feb. 23.Representative Lefever introduced a on suppression of infectious and contagious diseases of domesticated animals providing for a board or to consist of the commissioner of secretary of the treasury and secretary of the first named to be president of the board and to call all and two members to constitute a quorum for business president of the board to receive a compensation of por adition to salary as Commissioner of other members of the board to serve without the board shall appoint a secretary and a veterinary The latter shall under direction of the all measures for suppression of and disease cf domesticated He shall draft such rules aud as he may necessary for the suppression of any outbreak under Upon the approval by the board of the said rules and the same be certified for to the governor and veterinary surgeon of state wherein said disease On by the governor of the acceptance of rules and regulations framed by a veterinary surgeon of the the together with a veterinary surgeon appointed by the governor of the state propose and they may deem sufficient for the most speedy sup pression with such penalties as will compel compliance with the and on approval by tlie said rules and shall have all the binding force of The sum ot is appropriated for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of house committee on appropriations held a meeting for the purpose of considering the route and decided that some action must be taken The which has been engaged for several weeks in the route was instructed to report at once to the full as to whether the in the appropriation shall be and for what The sub-committee will prepare a which will be submitted to the lull committee to-morrow The general impression is that the committee will at once perfect the deficiency appropriation making a provision to continue the Feb. national assembled in hail at 2 o'clock to day to a place and appoint the lime for holding the national democratic discussion ensued as to the time to be allowed persons presenting the claims of the respective cities for the place of holding the convention and finally twenty minutes to be divided among the each delegation to present their roll was then called for the purpose of ascertaining the number of cities desirous of presenting their claims for the holding of the of Mr. of Baltimore of St. John of Cincinnati W. O. Austin H. D. and the representatives of Eugene 1:45 m. recess was taken until 2:30. submitting a resolution for the date of holding the ot moved to fix the date 23d. of moved to amend inserting June of to by third Tuesday in being both the original resolution of Mr. McHenry was agreed following proxies were A. B. Senator Farley J. W. Hugh Representative E. D. Representative Columbus the committee reassembled Mr. Pennsylvania moved to reconsider the previously fixing the of national June 2aJ, aud that it June the matter was laid on the chair the iji to lip of several who desired to present views as to the proper place of holding the M. W. of was therefore introduced as the of that He argued that Chicago had a hall ho was could not be surpassed in any city in the United It would comfortably seat 10,000 and there iu to seating capacity resting for 10,000 ' The transportation of every member of the the fact that St. Louis was most centrally easy of and had abundant railroad and other The hotel accommodations where re lerred to as amply sufficient to entertain delegations and He gave assurance that there would be no in the hotel that every expense deemed proper by the committee would be of presented ihe claim of Cincinnati iu a very eloquent in to the committee a cordial invitation request that they hold the next convention in He did not wish to at all from other cities he whatever advantages of the cities which have been mentioned may Cincinnati can duplicate them in some and more than duplicate them in The facilities by which Cincinnati can be reached are not surpassed by the facilities of any other So far as the ot the convention was he maintained that no other city presented the advantages of that Luxury and he could be extended to all the Music the building which it is proposed to has recently been It will seat 4,500 persons and has an entertaining of 7,000. He spoke of several adjoining halls which could be appropriated and used as headquarters and committee He authorized to say to the committee that Cincinnati Avill bear all provide headquarters for committee rooms for every state free and do all the necessary The gentlemen of the committee would be properly and the expense of conveying them and their to and from the city would be born by He said it was the intention of Cincinnati to make the national democratic convention a No. 1 whereas if it should be held in Chicago it would as the date is fixed for June 22d, be a No. 3 republican and greenback conventions preceding In concluding he As Cincinnati named the man in 1850 so she will name him in 1880. ot the Ohio corroborated the statement that there would be no increase in hotel aud pledged himself to be responsible for the being the next place in Representative arose and advocated that the convention be held iu that His speech was very and considerable He said there were no artificial facilities to be had in Eugene but that members could find camping grounds and advised to bring a good supply of L. of invited the committee to the hospitality of Thd he have not considered it necessary to send a delegation to present evidence ot the advantages which can be obtained He mentioned Centennial hall as a proper adding that it will seat It he unnecessary to discuss the ample hotel as during the Centennial exhibition the whole populace of the United was comfortably cared hy saying there is no city ou God's footstool that needs something of the sort so badly as to enlighten it and get some into it. Hutchings spoke very earnestly in the advocacy of selection of and assured the committee that they would be entertained as hero as in any pity has been the having been Mr. of West the That we now proceed to hallo I for the place of holding the next national and that each member of the committee deposit his ballot for the place of hia choice as his state ig At the suggestion of the Pennsylvania delegation the resolution was so amended as to permit an informal vote to be adoption of the of quoted a paragraph from the Chicago Times setting forth the facilities that Chicago - can and the committee that they have additional support of that G. in stated that the Gazette and republican papers oi as well as the are pledged that the committee shall receive fair and impartial treatment if the convention is held m that resolution of Campbell as modi fled by a call then an informal vote then taken resulting as Cincinnati 14, Chicago 10, St. Louis 4, Washington 4, Baltimore 9. Philadelphia 1, 1, Eugene City 1, Blank 1. Total 33. The formal ballot was then taken with fie following Cincinnati 24, Chicago 8,St. Louis 4, Washington 1, Blank 1, Total 38. Twenty votes being necessary for Cincinnati was of Illinois then moved the selection of Cincinnati made unanimous agreed G. after thanking the committee for their moved that a committee be appointed to confer with the Cincinnati committee to arrange motion wag agreed and the chair appointed Messrs. Prince and question of reconsidering the resolution by which the 2^d of June was fixed as 4ate for holding the convention was again and tlie roll called In favor of a change 14, opposed 23, blank 1; total 38. services of the Washington Gazette Publishing company were then and a vote of thanks tendered lor the use of the the committee went secret During secret session some discussion arose upon taking measures harmonize the lions in New but im result was Thp executive committee will mept at floon to prepare a call for the C. W. Bradley has retired from service of the tUe of commercial agent which he has hejd having been abolished aud has taken an interest with contractors for the construction of the Southern Pacific Bradley was the of under Hoxie contractors the Union and laid the track from to Promontory cannot be filled -in less thaii one year has been received by ihei Marlborough woolen The com pany out 800 yarda ft J. H. says a teacher cannot legally keep school after license has Bell was sent to the penitentiary lor three years from assault with intent to a and Joseph Ward quarreled at New and Ward knifed Graham child of John living a fow miles south of fell in a boiling water and was fatally aged eighty one of his feet cut in Jeffersonville by over by a car on the M. 1. a recent decision of the supreme Shelby county finds herself to have to pay in the bounties the sum of Nellie a prominent young of was severely burned by the explosion of rose oil with she was cleaning kid Logansport the jury in the of Andrew the murder ol John Raymond last fall a verdict of guilty according to the assessed a punishment of Williams has pardoned convict on condition that ho abstain from the vice of intoxicating drinks during iho lime of which he was W. charged with ing from a man named who resides at kas been in Illinois aud was brought back of Blanche and Captain two prominent engaged in matinee on the public streets other iu latter received a severe Cause not made an employe at the the woolen mills in New accidental ly fell into a large vat of hot and was scalded about the and the right The flesh was fairly is believed by some competent lawyers that the law which allows cents per description for the delinquent tax list is on account of a defect in its and that twenty cents is the maximum be If this is there will bfe mourning among the tax list aged forty-eight and a prominent and successful r of the Christian in southern died on Saturday in Greenville Floyd of lie as a successful and enthusiastic and eminent for liia many genial and Christian Rev. who luis been employed as pastor of ihc resigned his charge on ot the tendencies of The board of control and decided to accept his so those to lead German can rest in Mr. Conner was much liked there fur his ability lis an orator and hia courteous the evening of the 14th, about 11 o'clock Henry Connor laid down on the traci of the N. A. C. al tho junction near freight coming along soon Connor and threw him from the culling a deep gash in his head and shaking him He was taken to received medical after which he was taken to the hospital at ilm county a colored resident of has sued a druggist of that city for alleging that his 15 years of was ami he went to the described her symptoms aud was told that it was serious and was given some with directions that ii should be at one which direction was carefully carried He further alleges that the medicine was a vile and that the girl died from the of ten delegates to the congressional convention for Delaware county were instructed to present the name of Judge J. S. and to use all honorable means to nomination to in the sixth congressional Hon. M. O. Smith was selected chairman of Ihe county central and Fred E. The was one of the harmonious and ever help In the and old Delaware stands ready to increase in the coming to Indiana citizens this of in extension Edgar D. of improvements in wale Isaac H. of New improvements in Terrance of improvements in spoke Stephen D. of improvements in endgate Lewis ot improvements in portable A. W. of improvements in bed J. A. of improvements in wagon Louis of Terro improvements in spike and nail John improvements in belt Thomas S. of Fort improvements in Charles S. oi improvements in corn Jo. Wintrode and H. G. Solomon of in as an Art. The good moral and of a good the least among the great and lasting triumphs of a civilized been too often established to need further What frantic enmities have been lung what everlasting friendships rung in. by that tocsin of the tho A repast can remove and abate it ortn reconcile misunderstandings and discover Will not a steaming turkey turn away strife and meditations of evil vanish before a Christmas plum resentment ere this has beat a retreat before a Welsh aild a horrid not even solicitor could has melted like a morning mist iu at- the approach of a goose in is a phrase to having much is the tate of nation often depends upon the digestion of a A variation in a de a variation in the length of have altered the circumstance of a The decisive battles of Borodino and Leipsic were lost to Napoleon by a fit ot How does it become a bounden duty to medk tate on few mattem so seriously as 4fair<Kn.