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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               HE ANTA CONSTITUTION VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1ITTLE IS J. DISCOUNT WITH ALI. TJ1E LEADERS. EVEN WINDOM IS COOL WITH HIM. Financial Question Gets All Hie Itepub- lican Factious toy the Do Not Know What to with, It. 33 dovolowed since financial matters o-ne to the front in such bold relief tbit a coolness exists between President Har- vn and his secretary of the treasury.SMr nidom The atter official, when. Mr Harrison was 'euanng his message, impressed upon him the eces-slty of making nrniico the leading sub- andLowas particularly anxious that the esif'ont should devote some space to hia bond the members ol the cabinet jgf-eed with Mr WinJoni, bat Mr. Harrison t juld iot hoar to it Ho could oul> see the -ce Dill and maoe that the kejnoto of his message Mr Wmdom has since requested at he send a special message to congress on subject of finance But again the provident -efused on the ground that he wanted nothing >ointeriere with the force bill When that wisont of the waj, he said he would consider 0 her matters, but not before a consequence Mr Wmdom feels exceed- .aglj chagrined Indeed, he id downright mid, and there has been talk of lus resigna- OD, but that will not be. One Cent Postage Chairman Binghara, of the house committee m Tiostoffices, sa> b there will bo no bill re- ocrted bj his committee this session for the ednctioi of letter to 1 cent He jays the condition of the postal revenues will lot perm t this redaction it present, although 3 hopeb to see 16 in the ne.ir future Senator Jones, of Arkansas. One of the democratic senators whose term oipires on the 4th of March, and who has been re-elected nor has a successor is Senator George K Jones, of Arkan as Senator Jones has opposition but he will be re-elected, although he might to fight for It But, on account of the pending force bill, ja will probably not be able to leave "Washing "on Naturallj this is an obstacle in his way, but no southern state will turn down a sjan with the reputation and ability of Senator jones That he will not leave his post of duty _3 to his credit Senator Jones stands Second to no man on he democratic side of the senate His speech- n the force bill ten days ago waa a magnifi- cent exposure of the iniquity of that infamous a speech that would ince any unprejudiced and non partisan mind Senator Jones is a born orator and a genuine statesman His defeat would cripple the Democratic side of the consequently ory democratic senator is right now deeply j erested in the Arkansas contest Is Erice V member of the democratic national con- --iittee.who was In Washington i -ory about ll o enmity between H11 and Cleveland daring the last whichjilices the matter in an, en- 1 new light Irom which it has heretofore >een represented Instead of Hill Cleveland he d, "Cleve and km ed himself I know bat Hill can e to Bnce and offered to LO an vtlmisf m his povi er to for Cleveland He made 11 manner of overtures Bnco went to Hud and did all in power to have tue presi deut meet Hill hilf way Then Cleveland s unate selfishness came to the surface He to do anvthmg He believed himself than his oartv HB felt that ho had been the cause of democratic victory in Si, and believed that he would repeat it He w as 4e ermiued to ignore HiU and he did it But 3nce was iiost disgusted man in America Ho lost nil watience m Cleveland and he h ;s jot regained it yet If Brico has a hand in IB naming of the next dc nocratic no ninee it "ill not he Cleveland That s a Harrison Goes "WltH His Fet The of the force bill, which now cms cectain takes Air Harrison entiretv out ho bold as a presidential possibility in 18JJ force bill recommendations hive been the features in both his, and iho "'bsage sucn a bill seems to have been his "best ambition The defeat ol this measure defeat of Harrison It mattes, his ad nimstration a total failure and it brings Mr aine out prominently to the front as the and bramest man in the republican a ly dCovicver, it is a long time before 02 and ero ire manT w repub ic bulge to the front hni tho next; jeari However w it like Blame E W "Vort'i Carolinians at Dinner i VLEIG r X C December 23 vernortow le eft here today for Georgetow n, 0 .where he will spend the holidajt, as the 3t of prominent South Carolinians Colontl aD of n Colonel L L Polk, president of the n-itional 1 lance will tomorrow to spend 9 holidays with his fuimlv While here he iU probably appoint i -Ue secretarj Mis ILiEe Out. Decenibtr shockinjr occurred he-e totHj Edwaid Enoch. man, and James Gravett, a carpen- r, were in a saloon, and both under the innu- ca of liquor Thej oegan to quii-el about -ne lal mitter and et- inbulted -noch, when tha latter knocked h m down and i erally stamped him to deith with his heavy v ota Gravett s hea-i was crushed and he died ilmoac inatantlj Enoch was arrested. Itobbery in Union. S C December 2- old robbery committed in our quiet city Saturday n ght Some one entered the room of J on Mun out i2 o clock, -mil took about ind two of flothpii .The t'nef njide good his rvne clue has Leon obtained AJ- 1 the police force Liie spotted one or o havo Tet been made The Executive Clecoenov ONTG03IERT, tli y morninjr eiercistd c iave LU menuv, ind siied a lunatic from nfiictioii the sentence i te- Darnel as icttd in K ''ourt of assaulting i Sal- and wi, sentcacpd TO ho A I irna m Liquidation 3ttEpvVILLE, Miss [Special eld Co proprietors os the fainou-; dry do house of this city and tno branch, stores mtervillo and Coldwater, in this countj, sued this to the Fjrsi National 1 5x of this c ty The a. and liabilities notlinown j Xtoloafacd ITrom Custody j -i- -tViLLE December 2J Jj SnuMi, who killed Bob Atkinson a, week, was today released, the ,ur find n true bill against NOTHING BUT 4.V flic Blanket Takbu Off of the Sioax New- Messiah. EmcK AGENCY S D Decemhe- 23 The pohc e hi e irrestod Mcsbiah Doem in Ked Cloud's camp Who i they pulled the blanKot off thej found in intelligent but liamless cranly M C Hopkins hj name, from la He chimed he was here in the interest of peace andthit he has come because the Indians misterpretcd his message Ho wanted togotothoBadLauds.but AgeutEoyer ch the address to Chidrm, Btirtlng him under in escort of police Some of the Indi- ans are indignant his arrest, while others laughed and he was a fool. None of the chiefs tako, any stock in him, and Red Cloud came up to him iudsaid "You go home You are no Son of God The Messiah claims he will go to tho Bad Lands One hundred friondhes have left on their peace mission They took three wagon loads of rations THE INDIANS suBRENimnrxa December 23 Scho- field has received the following telegram from General Ruger, under date of 1st Paul, Minn December 22d IfiKtoot with his following including some of sitting and thOBO disaffected In Uiana in the Cherry creek district, Chcjenne r restrvaiion, who joined Big loot Hurren den-fl j eaterday to Colonel Sumuer The of bitting Bull s people came to Clierry crtek, with the exception of a few who max have sought shelter at Pino Ridpe an I aro on w i> to I ort Bennett to surrender The Foot people will be sent to Fort Metde, thoso Burrcndonng at Bennett probably to sully Tho surrender and disarmament of two factions practlcilly erds tlie probability of -my serious troable witb the Indians of oijevenne river and StimUng Rock reservation and is t. good step to wards ending the whole tiouble APPOINTFES There Is Qnlte a Stew in Chaileston About Them. CHARI-ESTOX, S C December cial governor's appointment of officers for the county has raised a howl, not onlj among the reformers, or Tillinamtes, but also among a large class of what are known as tho retjulars, or the rmg It turns odt that the ru- mors of a deal between Irby, the chairman of the Tillman committee, and tho executne committee here, was true, Irby promising for Tillman that in case Chirleaton Bounty waa carried for Tillman, the Charleston delegation in the legislature would have the nimintj of tho appointive offices Tillman kept the bar gain with ono exception, removing tri il Jus- tice Belger and appoinuns in his stead T F Bntton, a Tillmamte This makes Bolger mad is it sud ho would be reippointod if he could prove that he voted for It seems he was the only one of the ring, or reg u'ars, who voted for Haskell THK "WHITE INCENSED The say that they were entirely abandoned bj Ti 1man A largo clisq of white voteis is aNo incensed at the reappomt ment of "William Ingless, a mulatto as jury commissioner Some of the personal friends of the late F "W Dawson regard this recom- mendation by the Charleston legislative dele gation aa a direct insult to the memory their friend Ingless wis the jury commissioner, it is believed, who packed the jury box to acquit McDow DawSon s sliver At any rite, it oc curred during th.it court for the first tune in tho history of Charleston, that seventeen ont of thirty sit jurors negroes ind is the colored people were offended it the murdeied man for so mo fancied injury lug ens it is thought, minaged to get in. the uimau.il nuai- bet negro names in the "box WILL cr 01- THIS notable oi the Fnglind bocietj binquet last night Tras the fict tint when the toist to South proposed it was drunk standing ind in silenco-just 1% 11 the custom, to drink the memory of tl G dead The New CngHnd Society aiul its banquet is very cosmonolitau is to policies ind the inci- dent was verj marked A BOTTUb OI L VUOAXL W. Chilled tlieLife Blood of John Flojd a County Farmer OrrijiKA Ala December 2 i The citizens of Opehka vi ere astounded ond measure this morning by tho innouncenient tli it Mr Tolmtloyd the son of i prosperous Leo county fanner hid ended his own life by tiktiiR the contents of i small vial supposed to contain laudanum during the night lesterday drank a quantity of eider, though eral gentlemen who s uv and with him late >esterday evening sa> he seemed perfectl f ritional I or some tune pass ho has threatened to end his evistenee but nobody anj at ten tion to him c onsidering his tlueat an idle boast Being tired In ing 13 the only cattle he assigned for wuslnnj 1 nnself deid He to 111 undertit er pstiblifili ment yesterday .in 1 select o I a hitndHom e met the comn and jouruUed that as he would soon need it to remember that that was the kind he wished to bo buncd in He is i cai {tenter by trade and, while in the establish ment, helped complete an unfinished coihn After t'ns establishment he went to eral friends and asked that they attend Ins funeral, it the same time bidding them Everyone thought him jesting, and paid no attention to hi n The reporter suv and conversed with the de ceiled a few davs since ind he spemed per fectly sound botu in bod> and mind He comes ol an oxcel'ent famiiv, and hn> untimely end is deeply deplored Mr Floyd was about forty-live 3 ears old, beimj just in tho prime of hfe ________ _______ THt STIM.S And. the Brought in and Put in Prison Ala December 23 cial posso of returned to- night from an exciting, bat successful raid on moonshmeis in Winston county List night they found a seventy-gallon still in full opora turn, and after a struggle arrested the three men in of it The prisoners are Albert Bamett Josh and Bill Holt all old offenders, who have given the oiheera much trouble The officers could not travel with their prisoners last nignt and this morn- ing they leauied that a rescuing party wore lying in wait for them on the road to the rail- road stat'on Thev succeeded in dodging the rescuing party and aftei a long tramp through the woods, reached the railroad in safety, onlv one shot being tired at them TJio still and a I the stoc'i on hand was destroyed Tlio Fire of Saturday Night OPFLiKAt Ala December 2J special The Saturday night fire in only de- .m old wooden building, containing about woruh of furniture, belonging to Cooper Era's, in the rear of the Opelika house Iheftpelika nouse caught, buc the flames were promptly extinguished by our gallant fire con nany without material damage to that excellent hotel ______ "Now ut Opelilta DpceuVbtr 2 About futcpn 1 a msojie residencies a-a being erected in Opohk" not vichstauding the strni gency of the money mantec. There is quite i demand for reswcuces incl people are moving in regularly There are now about bales of cotton in the Opelika w arenouses, the largest quantity for General Spinner 7 Fla December 33 Francis E Spinner, ei. 'rcasurer of the Ijn ted States, >s aJowK dying at the residence of Ins n m this His disease is cancer ontheiace.aiidit is lajndiy sapping awfty hia vtahty Already ithwi catena deep hole near his eyes and nose, through which the of tlie bnuii plainly perceptible. THE CLOTUBE TALK. 8E1TATOK sLLDlilCBt HtTXODUCKS HIS ABSOLUTION TO CUT OFF DEBATE IN THE SENATE. Hoar Chuckling Over His Prospect of Get' tinjr a Vote on the orco Bill, but the End Is Pap Of E Yet. "WAsmstriON, December Granny Hoir has, at last succeeded in getting a gag rule resolution, before the bonate. But it is as far from being adopted as ever Mr Xugalls hiving deadlocked the commit- tee on rules, there waa ao possibility of having that committee leport a rule, bnt, at Hoar's earnest solicitation, Senator Aldnch today in- troduced the resolution, uhich oontemplates a dastardlyioutrasu upon the old established and Mrtuous rules and precedents of the senate The Clot are Resolution. The resolution readb as follows Resolved, That tor tbe remainder of this session, the rules of the senate be amended bj adding thereto the following lien an5 bill or resolution, or other question, shall b-ive been under consideration for a icasoii- bletmiL.it shall be in order tor anv senator to demand that dobito thereon shall be closed' Oi such demands, no debj-to 11 bo m order, and pending such demand no otaer motion except one motion to adjourn shall be made If such demand be beer nded by a majority of the present the i )te shall forthwith be taken thereon without debate If the senate shall decide to elobQ debate on any bill resolution or other question the measure shall take precedence of all other business er md the question shall be 011 all pt-mlliiq; amendments if any are and upon the measure in Us suc- cessive st iceonlniK to tbe rules of the senile but without lurtaer deb ite except that e cry senator who may desire yhUl be pcrmittca to speik ui on the me inure, including all the amendments not more than once, and not ex- ceeding th rty minutes It the sen ate shall have decided to cloao debate us herein provided no motion shall be m orcHr but a motion to adjourn or to take a recess, when such motions shall I e "ocouded by a majority of the senate. When either of buch mo- tions shall have been lost or shall liat o failed of a second it shall not be in order to renew the some until one senator shall h ivc spoken up inthepend- inir measure or one vote upon tho same lias 111 teivencd peiid np; tho proceedings Under tlio foregoing rules no proceeding in respect to a quorum shall be in order until it shall hivo ap peared upon a division or on taking a and nay vote that o, quorum is not present and voting All quootions of order whctUer upo 11 bill or othTwibe sli ill be decided rnd i ending under rnlos no obstructive or dilatory m itioiis or proceedings of ai y kind slull be In oider 101 tha eaid pnrp >be tollowliig rules, iiamelv thj seventti eighth nineth tenth, twelfth nineteenth twenty second feeventb nt> cigUtn thirt> and fortieth are modified To apply the rule to the pending election bill Mr Aldinch also presented the following resolution Resolved, That a vote shall be taken on the bill of the house of represent 11 W (the elec tion at successive stipes and all pending amendments at o clock on the dav of------- without further debate and no other business shall be considered lor such tune until the bill and amendments are disposed of A ISot Asked Tor JNeithei Aldrich nor Hoar however, had the temerity to ask a vote Both knew it could not be passed, but they looked upon it as a step toward a final vote on the force hill Indeed Senator Aldnch gave notice that he TKHtld.not call the resQluuou np Jor actKOUQE debate for some time, ind wnen he did con- template such action he would forti eight hours notice for it has heen decided that the senate shall tike a recess from to- moirow afternoon until baturdaj, when it simply meets to nntll Mon daj C% eu there is not a quorum of seua tors in the city, and on it expected the attendance will be ho stnill senate will again adjoiun until the 2u of January When the senate meets for actual business Hoar and Aldrich will make an at tempt to push the gig rule Bat they will find the western senators with the track so blocked that tho force hill will he ditched Tlie Action on tlie Silver Kill Tho westerners arc indignant today the action of the senate nuance committee That committee earlv this morning reported the caucus financial bill to the senate, but it had heen so changed as to e all the pie to the east, and the western men only to featm upon a vacuum The fourth clause for the purchasing to renlare retired national notes stricken out and the 2 percent bond scheme, the f ilacv of which was shown in AIoL.day s rioN insei ted in its stead Ihis scheme is puiely m the interest of the ruhuian who can deposit his monej in the treasury and draw 2 per cent per annum 011 it, with the privilege of withdrawing it when lie chooses Thus the only encouragement to the siHerinenm the bill was withdrawn They are consequently indignant Senator Stewart, cf who has the courage of his convictions, followed tho report ing of this Wftll street measure by the intro- duction of a free coinage amendment Thus the has been squarelv made Ihe eastern men want their hnarjf'ial hill and the force bill The westerners will accept nothing but free coinage and theirprogramme now is to swamp the gag rule and the force hill when the senate gets down to business aeain, and take up this financiU bill, hoping to adopt free coinage The majority of wes terners would poss bly trade their opposition to the force bill for free coinage, but tho inti- frce coinage men, while they would trade ai- most anj thing eUe foi tlie force bill would rather see that infamy a corpse than accept Jree coinage Tnua the chances are that the eastern ele inent will now have their hands full to prevent free coinage, and in this fight the gag- rule and force bill wilt be knocked to smither- eens A montn having gone bv, even with the force bill "na tho financial bill oat of the wnj, the senate hands full of appro- prlauon and other important bills to got through bv the 4th of "Mircn Tlie Onl> Precedent. Such a plan of procedure as the closure or gag rule introduced bv Senator Aldnch, wai never attempted but once in tho senate, and that was during the exciting period of the civil, war In 1863, as an exigency of war, Presi- dent Lincoln had suspended the wr t of habeas corpus Before assuming to exercise that power 1 e had sougnt to obtain the approval of congress, but H haa been refused Snbse quentlv a bill was introduced to apnrove the president's actr and to "indemnify" him, the term indemnify being emplojed because of the doubts entertained by many republicans as to the legahtv of the suspension, and the apprehensions that suits for damages would be instituted by parties al- leging injury The object of the bill was to relieve President Lincoln of all responsibility The bill was opposed in both nooses of con- gross by the republicans, as well as all tbe den o- cracs then in The time was drawing near tne expiration ot congress by limitation on March 4th The two houses were aitttug After midnight on Ifarch 1st, 1663, Senator TramboU, of Illinois, submitted a conference report on the bill approving sus- pension of habeas corpus Tbe Critical Tbe small coterie of democrats had prepared to fight the measure and to filibuster until the exoiration of congress Senator Powell, of Kentucky, was leading the democrats Senator James A J Bayard, of Delaw are, was de- tailed to open the tight oi talk against time Mr Bajard was to speak from 1 o'clock until a m and was to be succeeded by Senator Davis, of Kentucky Senator Davis went home to get sleep iu order that ne be readv for a six hour's speech at 0 o'clock a in Senator Bayard began, with Senator Powell on hand to relieve him occas tonally by motions to adjourn, which necessi- tated roll during winch Senator Bayard could get a few minutes rest Senator Powell remained in the cloakroom, only going in the hall every hour to e ui adjournment The other democrats w ere ab- sei t Senator Bayaid sDoke o'clock, when cenator Powell made acothci motion to adjourn to relieve him Tho roll was called The Delaware senator being quite deaf, coujd hear little of the proceedings Meantime, a'nd prior to this rollcall. Senator Poraeroy, of Kansas had been called to the chair THE BIO VJLLl ON HAND As the rollcall proceeded Senator Bayard kept his eye on the presiding officer, expecting the usual recognition at the termination of the roll call Senator Pomerov, who had had his cue, and, fully aware of deafness, instead of again recognizing the Delewaro senator, put "the motion on the adoption of tho conference repoit It tvas piomptly adopted by renubh- can votes Senator Powell, prior to the roll call, feshng easy as to the faituation, having resumed his n ip in the cloakroom Immedi- ately following the adoption of the report tho republicans adjourned the senate, and it was not until the senators were preparing to leave the hall that Mr Bayaid comprehended that something unusual had occurred. He de- manded recognition hut vias curtly athised by the chair that the senate had adjourned Mr Bayard protested vigorously but his protest was ignored This incident actually induced the tlon of Senator Bayard He regarded his treat- ment as a personal insult, and an affront to the of the senate Immediately upon his resignation he was succeeded by his son. Thomas F Bajard, Mr secietary of sta'te. The Port Ifcoy il Uiy Dock The contract for the construction ol a   lesuming his attempt to make i speech, that he would not he turned abide from his determination to do his duty to Ireland seeing that the result of the contest in noith Kilkenny brought about by conspiracy Painell added that he would go through Ireland lighting every elec- tion and that he felt confident oE eventual triumph AN ORDERLY KLECTION In spite of the excitement caused during the past week by the political struggle and though the actual result of the battle, waa practically in doubt up to the hour of noon today, tt ero was little or no excitement in the streets of Kilkenny this morning Peace and quietoutwardlj, at least, seemed to reign on all sides, the streets being the quietest portion nf tho town Opposite and about the court- house a binal 1 crowd gathered Parnel 1 Harrington Redmond Scully, Hennessv and Healy were inside the courthouse at an early hour awaiting the actual announcement of the result jlie ParneOitesjplaimed the last moireiit "that hovering their banners, the defeat ot their candi- date was virtuillj admitted long before tho close of the polls yesterday In view of the ilmost vital mportiuce to both bides of the ex citing politiril con test "just decided both naities e gieat credit for the fact that no co hsion tooU plice and that tho last day of the campaign at least was conspicuous foi almost the entire absence of persona] abuse which has recently been exchanged During the morning, as has been the case since the polls closed, the door of the "count- ing room in tho court house, nas strictly guarded bv tuo police, but there was no attempt to cieatc airy disturbance PIRVELL Friendly demonstrations were maue at most of the places at Parnell stopped on Ji s journey from Kilkenny to Dublin He made brief ad Presses on tho trip, in which 1 e declared that the light had not bt en in equal ono irid (hat the electors liaiJ been misled But the fall of the lirst fence he need not cause despur His lr ends hid been fomlilv fiom their pirc at where 1 jOO electors b mdly acStinst. him He not falter in his a0a imt the Steid These nn n in their heart were enemies of the ln-.li enicnt CONTESTS xirr lucent Scullv has lodged i petition protesi incr ijTimsc the election of HrnneSHy on the cround of influence on the part of priests par ticuJ irlw reforr HJJ to the priests' iction in con- nection v. ot'i the illiterate otors of Cistle Comer It is stated that 200 votes challenged bj tl c PirnUlues CITi OFlICflt The Men "IVIio II Comliict llccas s fairs This 5 ear MACO-., Ga December 2J electioTi for c othceri t ellio Pearcy Handed for the Murder of Mrs. lloyg- LONDON, December 23 Nellie Pean-v wis hanced tins morning for the murder of JIrs Hogg and her bab> Mrs. Hogg was the viifeof a LrOndon porter The crowd outside the prison walls set up a loud cheer n hen the black flag showing that the woman was hang- ing on the scaffold was raised upon the prison flagstaff During tlie mght the unfortunate woman was qmot and resigned and for aeserai hours prayed in company with the jmsou. chaplain To tho latter she confessed that the sentence passed upon her was a just one though, she said the evidence upon which she was convicted was false The Nomination in Campbell. FAIBBPKST, Ga, December 23 ]__ The primary election for county officers passed off quietly It was held by order of the demo- cratic executive committee on the 20th instant The nominees are J L Camp, sheriff x H "Wooddall, clerk, E C Rhodes tax collector J J Miles, tax receiver, A J Mi ort trpas nrer, J B deck Or T fc. u SaiitX nr Irew Tackxoa fahurt of our IB wvwntj old lie in coonty tor siity ran. He better known In and luK oooBtlM pecfaapt than any man In it Mrs, Calista S. Moon Posses Away Loos Illaeia Monday morning at 5 15 o'clock, Mrs Calista L Moon, wife of "Mr Edward L Moon, a com positor on THE CoNsxiTijTior., passed fully away at their home, No 1 "Washington street Mrs Moon had oeen long an invalid She was attacked with consumption years ago, at their home m Ohio and Mr Moon brought her to Atlanta for the benefit of her health in November, 1689 But the inbidious disease had gone too far to he irrestod, and she slowly failed from, day to daj, despite the fondest ministration of loving hands until death claimed her She left no children and her only near rela- tive ia Hon George Glick, of Athison, Kas tbe only democrat ever elected ernoi of that state, iiid a very prominent man m the She was a devoted Christian, a member of the First Methodist church, and through all her long illness sho bore up with Christian fortitude and resignation Mrs Moon was born m Somerset, O., fifty seven ago, and next Friday, thirty-oua yearn she became the wife of Mr Moon, In Fremont, O, vihithei sho when quite Services were conducted at the residence by Dr Ander on of the Methodist, Rev and Rev Dr L. fa Hopkins, jehterday after noon To-lav Mr Moon will start for Fremont with the remains ot Ins bo'.oied dead and they will IK> laid to rest in that city JTridaj, the thirty anniversary of their weddmj Mr Moun mil then his mother in In- din i re his return to tl e city Daring hci entire illness Mrs Moon was the recipient of manv kindnesses from the neigh borj, iiid her last djja were soothed and com farted them in every possible manner 31 SOCIETY. An Enjoyable Programme at the Girls' bchool This Mxirntng: The Christmas holiday exercises ot the BrowiiiUg Societv of the High School will bo held in Browning hall this morning at 11 o'clock All the entertainments it the high school are of rare enjoyment, and it goea without saying tint Browning hall will be crowded tins n ornmg Comp ete preparatio is hive been made for tho entertainment nhSni marks tho close of the school for the holiday vacation, and the jouug ladies Trho will taiwe part in the pro- gramme are certain to win tho applause of all who attend thoir exerc ses Thoce who been tolocted to naiticipate in the programme ire among the most ta.1 ented pupils in the school including the brightest young ladies in the senior and all the other classes Here is the programme to be given IllOGPAAniL Instrumental A Tale, Miis Mane Clowe A Christinas Miss nellj lourtL cliss 'Hner Rose Mies Cora Bacon i lass C Never to Know T sa Beatrice Oliver EC T a "tt MUB Enghtie Howe bicoitd class li Souj: M> Cottage Home tlie fourth class UL Kttp t 1 lace 1 or Me Mine Marj I oute, etc Jiul tUsn A Recitation 'Ifet y lla mJmn s School Days. silbbMp fclj itult citmdc Lndtitle ts Mis'! Du rant third dais Composition Ppaieon I arth and Gooil "tt ill to'ien i ia- Ims i SHOT Hf-s The It cs ult nf tlie Caielcss n-indljng: of a. Gun Gi Dfccinbt" _5 rspecial Mr C I Gas >n i n, fanner fonnerlv a member oC the 1 n i of RGint> V ason !i ne u id f ut i i? i t lr  iii I ti L o i 1 t t effect under lus le s t u i t h t fitHkuu in the fite jniiu nj in Mis if ill s rn J.IH! 1 e j i h i i-. i J u-i tliiijTcro i Mr ist, i s v. i I i er e tli rn_ T intam %r Mm N u-. f. i i j r VI in i K 111 i or in i o i i i in i tf 1 I f if i j c n ii J Vi ui[ i I X J e i In F i N i to Uatiki i in i M D t i Jlec II c i on t the t rk 1 01 1 1 c D n 1 1 iuf i i ic 11 id n UK n s iu leiv -to! i i tta ii i ia e a council Th 8 Uorl- 1 T LLI da, DcCC _ O i 1 11 flu i. on Fr L iiuU if J v I u Uc N 110 s jr ja u DC ce i btr -7i i 'ui i s O n i. j. pro- ]ir j. e ina Jj GH J r jul C CI r I 1 in nurtiiTest Mm- JD ir 11 lie i ul lie ictl in London tn! 't I un i ier ui hecri ip omtod bv the pope as 1) I'l 1 J ,r it n i P w re i rv I in i f re in Lon don on i ,_ it J. ie is heavj llu i oj L s trij reren ed up n tut tUifd of laa iirst eele btuti n i n fli r Jiousp i ourlirprJit tustee on tlie 1 lib ei p a.) i I ii'-iana burned >e-tterday innrinn J o WJ v. 550 000 The strike in (ontinaps tu extend. Traiiic Js now h v Pla jestcnlay in ulurh 11 nuine i to nr y And Snundert> wert, fehot Jatat inau aa.ue.. 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