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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 30, 1889, Washington, Indiana                                23 j THB school book Octopns has at last Secured a in the northern part of the state to dedaie the sclioolboob law unconstitutionalIf ia thought the decision will pot be sustain islby the Supreme EvASSviLiE Journal Is irirningout very poor yenr Terrlblo bllrnrdB aooan and calamities luen but rortupiUely we bate sS far 6f any or Where was the editor of the Journal j when the Jobnstoifn dieastcr I the moat flood thai ever was i witnessed in thin country i 1 HOWEVER much one may dlsliSe to re fir to the it is rone less a facl that this city about eight orjtrn mangy scoundrels that ouglit to he jordered out of Jbere flfe not one to the thisus jind ol there are just that many too many There is 4 too mean for them to They irnuld f jciita defenseless womans throat for a or stab any kind nn animal ioVtho pleasure of seeing the blood i The they are gotten out of the tbs better it will bo for her jfair F THB bold robbery perpetrated hj bur Llars liirasjthe s uljief topic of discussion on the streets thti The case has scarcely a parallel in the history of for H The indicate that the 1 in all hvem this and no pains ihould bi spared to bring them to justice JEx t pessions of indignation were heard on 5j and somethought tbe Isrs out to be meted out juslics by r M Ellis tpmt is all 6ui courts are abundantly able to late care I of the bold marauders once the are new ochoolhook law It speaks out in meeting Th Tuesdays issue says It seems now that in spite ot pohfcc next the before the peopli i going to be cheap and tlia there wil havto bpa legislatureelec on tins issue The thieving lOctoj U his its agents at work throughcU buying pp newspapers in order fo render the nttv echoolfeook law nuntvtory It has he tofore purchneed even State I u the public so focused 6h them that they are placed on their goot The time has passed lor tae Octopus to dictate nomination an election of B ipenntendents of publjc n To Shame be 3 tbe Democratic and Republican part es have both been dominated in this office by the Octopus Hereafter every mm null thcj smell of bre on his garments must bespotted and If dith er party iriommato an Octopus man him be defeated at all hazards 1YIE r IN tbe case in the Benton Circuit Court involving the new school booTc the decision is all that the scourjd J rjs who been drnen put of he 1 business of plucking the people could desire aiys the Indianapolis Keus It D iholds it The case will 1 b0 appealed to the Supreme Court and ttmre the people may be aosim they may But one thing will that is tbe determination j to brvak uo the ringof rascals that have bueu bleedrng tbe peopW of this tfhe people who make and courts can make the m to fulfil tbe purpose of tlipir being 1 Tun mail seryicein this in a deplorable Experienced mail messengers been turned and 1 persons appointed whose qualifications the positions are the i poorest The DEMOCRAT received notice from a anb stating that he had i not received the paper for two weeks in and that when he did get three mues weels wbjald come to same t In this case thtf caruo of the and ton a and box number are all print el plainly on the This is only ono of a number of cases of this cburac j thut have disturbed our compoeure tmce the Republican autiioritipe began tlieir sweeping changes before the postal service m such a dilapi and we judge from ex fc prwsions made every day that tbe Re publican party will be held stnotlj ac countable for its elmnaeless action in de spoiling the mail service to reward a lot of coneptenceless vote i TJIB thirdiiart Problbt i tlonist is not only a bnta Tlcioos one 1 He has ueltbor reason nor Just why our esteemed contemporary j snould Sinbottle its wrath against the ProliibHiouists at this time The DSIOCBAT does not believe in the f mam prlncipljejidviieated by the Prohi but as it ciaimi a right to its i own it is not prepare 1 by aqy 1 meins call party men who do not but advocate a different vicious fools Tbe ex bv our eontemporitry is a eample of the methods used by Rapubli can leaders to keep tbe rank and file of 1 their party in Evidently the in tended affect of the above outrageous charts to overawe Republicans in this cauaty who contemplate joining the t Prohibition party A worse epithet than fowl can bo applied a and when it is applied to1 one who is honest in his political the injustice of it can readily be The Democratic party is n party founded on It has laith m tbe people and when in authority will nlwaje pro tect tbe bonesl man m his right to have j bpiuiousof his no uiatter to what party belongs t Tina is About the time of ear that the uimd turns to Everybody mioet wants to give Eometbinjt that will j be acceptible at t Too many want ttf something costly pwam longs for a more read td make that lie maj prclje his devotion tosome njmph by a present that is beyond Lis The maiden in turn impairs hercje Bight by doing fancy work at night that prove her appreciation other suitor with a if not Christmas The fond herself and everybody in the houga miserable by her nervousness and worry cannot inako or buy ftUettilngs for her her love far Ifeveryone would cotni down to a sensible basis of of the fretting and worrying usual at tins season would It is the cost that consitmtea the Tbe IDC re remembrance ot a friend with is sufficient The man or wo man tfiat is unable to appreciatean luexpensire gift ia unworthy of peaeise The giver that makes himeelf uncomfortable or others un haprry that be may please some Ocular certainly loses tba true epirtt ot j TUB Evansille Republican or gansf the southern part of the 19 becoping highly incensed at tho action in to he The newspapers of this State that a doing everything in their to ke up the prices of schoolbooks and tojfi tify the power of the the most unprincipled and corrupt mon opolies that ever subject ij themselves to serious suspicions of mi r cenary It will not do for tie Republican party or any other party to identify itself with the old schoolbopk The people are onto it tiuod Dinner Of all the bohdajsin the nojie are lookedforward Jo saile1 ideas and sharp appetites tbat Thanks giving Day Christmas is syn getting and N W Yearsmqkes a man feel as mesnasSatit has the reputation of being and a to be better and a little bettitt naturally itiprlnjri Decoration Day is full ol tears and flowe Indepenflence Day fires at feal tbat ho is every inch and for want of a to he riddles order Jan quiet with But ThariksgiVin Wheel The gobble and attut of the gol bier fills tbe atmosphere Yon hear tabl Is groan sir ireeka before they have aty idea of groaning Sons that hayo be chasing the golden quarters the globe begin to drop m home to si u the purrpkm pie IB ripe Parent whose sons have gotten too far away I get home on cross tie bundle t p and try to get where they are in time fi Thanksgiving And we all haye come regard this this Amen can holiday too much as ift Good Dinner Day We forget while the day is entirely nothing divine about as a Christian a due observance of the day to the Gott of Going to church and listening to a ser m loo there is mote does not quite ful in the a Thanksgiving Pay Eitmg a dinner that it will take until Christmas to is as little like giving banks as edting IB like eating A UankBil heart will 9nd a different made bf expesiion None are so but bfve something for which tfi be thankful The man thank God that he is hot rich as ranch fervor as the ricfr man can that he is not tor no less anxieties and perplexities are borne with riches than with All a man needs is enough philosophy 11 his composition to make him see advantages and disad vantages in their Some would think tbat the Christian by us who is spending ier with her in a Christian and who was assaulted and plun dered so would have little Cause for but neither She nor ler dear children were byja little we can find something in everything ior which to thankful Thankflgivmgday should ba observed in the old time Bpirit I There is nothing which this countjj needs so miucb at tbe present time as mproved highways Even at this early date m the the roads ip three fourths of tibe connty are almost jmpaiai There is no suggested improve ment irtuch should concern the peopla with the same degree of interest thst his should If some ilan lor the permanent improve ment our loads can be bit we bave Idence enough in our farmers to believe that they will male baste to take advark ageofit We believe that everybody1 that this work ought to ba btgua if some systematic msiboi of improvement can be Last yeat the road tax levy in tbe vi rious townships yielded to tbe who county S92S4 nearly allof which wals mid in but littlebeing worked Pile total expenditures amounted tt The receipts were apportioned o the towntlups as follows 086 Aside from this large fund received b each of the the law makes t the duty of each Supervisor to call out all able honied man between the ages ct twenty oneland living outside incorporated to jvork on the put lie highways not less than two nor morii han four da s in any one thn work to be done during tbe months May or Of thia class tit people there are in tbe coqjnty accord ng to the latest estimates who if they work an average of tbrpe daya o i the road a year fheir Service f would be worth to the county at the rate o SI 50 a the aggregate sum of 650 Thus from the two sources of can 4 pnlsory1 labor and taxes we practically for the whole com 4 tya lund reaching nearly j Under the present system of roaii management is this large sum ot money and llibor piofltably pxpended is to judge from the condition of tba roads a negative anaffer will be witti tho lately The fnuit does not lid on thfe bnt with SaperviSdrii Jir lack ol wc31 defined ideas of what clughi to bi dona when they andertakt to tulfill the command of the are probably as gooi aa apy be devreid What if waited ia ecamjmiiial ed pf the fnn4a prartieally at tbe disposal coupit tbe Counlyns eorqpoier au among towssblps u follows draount of U bofanU expended m each of these djstficts during a yeaf on in ay eraga rtillj nearly f4Q Itotp if this Used in the permanent im provenlentolihe iforst poitions of tbe m qReb it wpuld noS be g until would be good aqy of the Andtutero methods could ba sug gested fo lave tbe oB roads more syst than but wo wjll confine ouraellres jo only a If tbe cash reijeiyeiil by Township Trust ees on road tai tfara used jn the pur chase of stoneor gravel delivered at the nearest pi ml bn a iailroad to the dis trict when it is intended to be and a Urge ot the iompuljftn on material to portions to the would be much more ef Tha AiftferM determininjt what portiion of tbe road is to n by to eicn But aa A rule that ofjker is willing to receive ind 4o jdan to fnlly de termine tl e of can Jjeieljtletl npoft call t ng of tbe Before ihe there adopt methods of working be roads In feddiji0n this he sixty tjn if ih6 county abotBld bold year y meetint E to discuss thij matter and ill adopt lysteinatlc methods for the furi her Impr yeaeftt o roads A largq the cotppuldory work on toads has been frradtically Wasted Ipr want of roteta in a district toietber wdrk on public wighwayg be system1 i tt doing iie If thii scan je remidi the batter ThJ ord IRHCB o he lofag better ir known as the Farmers Al ganized to the Inter ests of the farming Thero s no mpre froitful topic tbat tbe various t he county discuss during it inter evenings thin the queer ion of roal t the organ ization takes of tbis subject united T u can iccomplfnh wonders m wo years Evcrhody cell he neceiei y of hatin I the matter td be sittled ow is the best wav to accom plish bis jleslred he sooner fake bold of it in earnest tbe published at We leiarn ttat m that in NqKam bjf Houghi qi and MJsS SlattiB of tins werflpnjted m The tbe handsome aad accom plished da jgbtier of Mre E is well kBtflv i jfl wisere she has eiteantl inecda Rhe vaa brave little to go such a long dis ance to 1115et the man o her choice whose bus nees engagetueaia prevented is coming for The groc m is a 2 DEM pay Observed by irqai the ntimbsr tf it were out to Itie at the ciiuich Tliursday WashiJKton people goiierallylappreciate that tti4y hire a greuticienl fw Jrhich to The church1 blj futj jind audierico to be in a of fthoir ninde exceSlelit Omalvena read the leseontand iada the prayingiaa he can OnSelvinaii iinpreaaive prayei Swas folI lovfed fcy a remark ably ablo by of the who tqbk lor text Stxjlihs rLuiarks were a Jhfippy re lief ropi thosil generally as ap propriate to the He very little tbelnatibns and pointed niy hearers IN In tha United Attwd from Nolglilboriift mobi ing the Weiiirri Union f Telegraph com advices ifrom iBoston to the Effect Marsh Com panys dry vgpods store s on Washington burned and that five other buildings were in The at that time OTIS be yond contrcjkand assistance been for from aunoundjng Ifersh Company is one of the dry goods Crnj in the Steltod States Ij JSS special froni Boston at 10 said 3 So far fi antire city blocks have been Sfid the flames axe eating their way the Twentyone towjis and Sties adjacent to Boston have lieeh asked Tbe fire ia still to tie effort THE OF was and jf Ian Had made the anc before itie pro tbankauiviniij basket offijringjwas The ihua raised jsjfor the worthy poor of She city and the large ySaterday threw iili moftey prgan izationthat hijs accornpljshedgjreat things in the Way oEcaring for the j Veirilyvtbe Defmocratic cup of Joys s full almost Mahoie and Forakerlhavefbeeo put iticpmesinews IJejxubltiian SedatorBthatlingalli will propnble be defpatddj for ireelection to ItSe Too jjqod tojbe is Democratic cdlnment on the The jqcal republicans are much much up over tho rumor that1 nejro if poiititeij Recorder of Deeds tot tliis i f protecting o the President pre tie appointment will nofj i tjondlrB arejriow easy between Senator Quay ajid Presij deal ha thoi Quay making rest oMhs Ph iladelplfia i s I begibs tolook as though JPresident proposed to he the Service CpmjpisBJon him itenriy a week re prosecution of jBevieralj of i Poftjir Malroi a Statement Be ttirdlu8 the i of the burned Stiiamer the fbllbwirig statement in referaaco to the loss of bis vessel On No 383 lilies outside of Sandy ia gale came np At 4 20 one of the crew discovered smoke curling up from between the seams and deok near tho mizzen Bmofep was alsoi seen to issue a few ruinutpB from under the tar 7 and 8 where the iootton We at once set to work todfscfojpisr the exact locality of the firoi pomoTinglhe batchcovers the smoke poured out i The ships fire hose was tj work anct for bouts water was sent dtrsjni upon the smoldering cot We discovered thai the fire extend ed from onaMdeto the other of the steam in1 At BiSO the vessel came to a gear had burn ed IfJames now snot out from tha aft engine At oclock that evening had eaten into tha beams of the aiidithe deck fell I then that theirewas uo hdpeof saving the and Adored tie life boats Darkness come on by this anda The ship lpr We manned tho boats with and I man in control of each to remain resael daybreak As the last ittin rwqf leaving the burning ship tho went by Owing to thjjj jjdverity jhe gals and the liigliseaI was dangerous to re main by and subsequently ihe previous and iy the ship avoid foV violating the law Against eolieiting campaign from office aBx outjl he Presidents decision this irfatteri Ajstrptig will be made thip er to Congress adopt the deft of Hjpoitiil savinni to bu con ducted I I iij EDUCATIONAL countarrhaii we pulled a IVotes Kr Interest to Bujeu ToncBhlp Vnn ICdndtioJeJ C Kn Wn jo wliom cjoramanibatldht ndance in the city k was percent the lead with 100 per ichqolajfir last nt i i whose drmerhanie was at where e met bis Thore ourtship lias of aiiverel months urationj tbe day sfct lor the hq found that bis btisi esa engsg imeats with the Standard ompaiyi would ureventl bis leaving Bdwiilmgtn vait longer1 or bin bri titj requested her to come A ccampamed Indmnapo s by a bt thef ol the heroic ttlo lieroi IB complied wiiti the nd bo Jomanjic and practical wed ing took i aa stated above May tbe of good follow the happy oung coulee ajwayeand i i m f John near fcked in tbe head by a horse on ay last ard not recover ttged f byn railway rain yeate aridvtorn to The itoije oJ bridge across x was laid ester Jay irith appropriate ceremonies If confined in ail at An JIBS n insane pe is trying to bars At to She has a grout to the Isaac aiyateronsly aged acbelar Jmg neaf isappeanltloq tbb 3d msf Before go ng ha made a will sni here is fear he A named at a empty revolver Williara has yestarday and It was and thjs ballet took effect m Mornfis J Hemay Wpn ol in a fight nn lnot laes arid Langen bad hifl thumb On Friday Walden collided Tnth a railway train and was and yes terday Lapgen diecf caused by the iy in the The east bound local train on the Chicago A Atlantic Rpad wat wrecked si Markle by a pur posely miB engine Had several car i jumping tbe The en tineer flremin escaped by It la the time B tram Suj wrecked m tnit vicjntty I Tuesday at the residence ot tbe Ctep two ol na Edward non ap4 a Mlsl Keith Room Tjie ol Harnapn were visited list week Jby Sunorrateod He reports tnostof ihe schools as getting along t Jripk teaclicr of the of Harrison is for Jobrp 11 weilding Ih4 rod in bis placef Supericiendent Hoflinann attended the City Superintendents at Princotorj last Friday He Jan intorealioE and instructive time Count j Sujperibtendent has lor Distribution a pftpet con tainineiajlist if tbe tbe Conqty Board and lite dfiiceta of the township nstitiues i Tlie examination will Ibo belli on next ExHOilndtiongj are held at Cjdon in April and Novejiber for ihsjbfenefif of tlie teachers in ths nortfheinipnrt cf tlie i I have and heard in the schoolroom ia the title of a I kc ture that Superintendent tothp lustiutte he viBts Tins will Ue quitd nj daver Bionfram the tisuul township institute Keportp fronj several places inthe state to tlie effect that ilia new books did notmeet tbe requirementsdf Itje occaeiouedn oleeting of the Board of Education week to look t intf tho matferl that coijtract preparaiions to embark the ISBhcadsjif cattle on tlie steamer were cut anljrbafore we got away from the igany of the poor beasts bad jumped to avoid tho flames TheirbsllowSigs and moans were heart Jpi The ramajlilei of the icaptalns state ment the rescue of the ship wrected by tha Ai Tliroughout excitement on the San tiago behaved i CBjgKEDTO An Old Jturdered By Hlj Fart NoK Davidson this was jailed WedBfesday charged with the murder of Thomas The found in the barn SjiS than thought his deatb but at the corphersinitoestj it was developed by the imprint on tile throat thai human hands had choked Qie helpless old man to The Iforehcja1 and ribs by tihe kneei of the mur Tho i roturnedi a vordict of death bystjtungnlation by some unknown perspnl old man Waa a and lived iyJEHi Thomas Da whiiSs and is about 30 years The farm been willed to ytSing Davidson on condition suppertjliim during ibis but lately had and the old man had suit the superior court here the wfll At tlie inlmesti young Davidson acted so and could give no ac count of that there is doubt he committed the that So the old man wquldi behead the time for tho therofpro the deed would not be set foil two days to prove an alfljK abd when jailed Wednes day FHey i will have to prove it conjplied with in eyerj par i WJe jrlsumfi from the number Hie conntytikingfaie Indiana Scllool Jotir nal that are not as many connty teacbeis reading eBiicirfional journals B eliould A few the county real more than one tional while several rtmd riOne An fcdiicationSil journal is lo tHb 4acher what tbeweeklv newspiper IB fo tbe progressive farmer i Tbe fbajority of the county teachers teacb day becntuse thpj muSjt mate np the lime if they do Thanksgiving is a National holidnj i apd should observed are Del overly well paid for their work we thibk it nOthjnfe but right that the jet the teachers dismiss on this and not bave to make up the would ba of benefit tc teacher f time hohdaj ptipiless as The IE Mathematical j literaiy Eef School Furtje of J TheVinBureu towiistlirv will hold their instilotk at Haturdayj 30th be tbe program used will Nearjy NsW 28 social to The W one of the great ironiflnn of Morrisj and a mill ionaifd resifjont of beat his wife ilmofitsto death on Tuesday night and yas committed to Kirk brides insjiiife The assault was committed JfehilB he was oH a drunken MraJShalloross Is very ill from the f and kicking which she receivedjbut it is hoped that she may SreaUcross is a years old and Brown and both colJ oral clerks iii the postoffico wejP arrested yesterday by TTnited in tlief former for rifling registered letters and tpilaiter for opening ordinary Anjoljjj the letters opened was one addre8SiiirtoJohn Pbilj i rJKldFiring Nov Tlie Colts of this has closed a coiijraoi witt tho Drigga Ord nance of by which rapid firing guns will b8 manufactured at the Colt has already begun upon a large ordegt Ono Muu A tliree t Ii Wil ton grindstgae exploded Wednesday in the Spring and Axle fatally Irving Hall One weighing a flew fifty tearing1 down a portion of the 3 mtm SI Ichnel Michael a prominent citizen of Barr didd Monday night at his bomb near Michaels after d long Ihe funeral pf the deceased toolJ place Jrora Pfejers church at Mont gomery Wecjaeiday morning Traintfr wjas well aad favorably and a family to moUrri his toss J If p Ben Hainisori 5s rnnnibg a Democratic newspaper at Hare 18 a chance AdamB to get by T181B2 to 5 I i CRAVEN DASTARDS Wonld be Illstecl lo n Den ot most outrageods robberies eser reported was perpetrated in this ctty Tuesdaj Jas away from for the purpose ofjioleninizing the CovnltKeith masked One a stoutly built the cither a dadayerous ienterpd his residence 6n Main and relieved theidrawefs of everything I they could well make use of Ata entranci wag effected by breukinK fn the parlor who had retired only a5 sbort wijs arojised concluded her hus band was and paid no atten The cowards lit gas in the sitting andj by this the defensele33lady had gotten aftd gone to the Fitting room She isa lady ottstremely pleasant expres sion witi her u jl expected to meet But to her con sliertlationshn was net by two masked miscreants an I tvith an uglj re J was conjninnded to back to bed1 Hesjit iting one of the ruffians slapped beriu the face and threatened to shoot Bick in she was com niantlej tafCover up head anil Herifuue still smarting from the stinging blov bed jutt she yielded ready aud their qwslions iv telling them nhee tije little nibuiy in tlie housp could be After mfiki ij thq triglitene 1 lady swear tbntiolie wouldnot they said but jon are a no will take jour word pioc ceded to riimmnge the house drivers of their contents Iri the parjor they found a few dollars m money rveryhifag in ihe trunks and jlrajwejp itnd were into ithe rEacb oi the Jour chil ilrenbakl box These were brok en open ftnd the contents ghonlishly iijto tho poikets of the foot pads forbear that oomething ol val ue jfonld eicnpe the landpirates went to thp bed in which the Cbristian J almost ready to faint with was in no delicate tossed Her j around in every wbiip the pillows and niaUrSEseB Discovering a couple of o4 the ladys they demand ed tliat she1 ihand which she did Dljrmg their rummage they found sev eral limits together with n number of lauudned shirts Disrobing they put on the undershirts n ere maneuvering a saw nn opportunity to escape from tho and she look ad of running over through the to Judge Burtons resi 19 next door rpppins soon waktned Mr Frank who hastened down town after the poiiccji Marsbp Cavnaugb and Policerpn Bobnert which was short time after tbe alarm was the freebooters were Uking thema little a breast some ana other Tbe depre5 lution was comjnitted juat when it wai raining tba about bait past HVihro and In all tome one wall ac quainted tbe premises an I cogni zant of thefact tint Omalvena was wlule they wera plundering ol tlie children said IU tell plipn snd wna answered bj Yop will jjwo to Jo that Some other imcl He m the cduntry now Mts though she was taken iiy was showed unusual nerve1 Moat women would lijiva fainted riht thou and there If the1 scoundrels arb Hrreatedjthey will be lanlledfffitliout gloves THE WRONG Appealed to A it by anOld fop A good dpal of speculation has been inddJced nf In the friends ol Col Ed rfedithflsUo that gentleniaua exact ngreisd that ho tp old enough to Ite a man but none hsvfl snspOdted that he was eld enough ford greatigreat grandfather The read is not to conclmlti from the above seolence Hint Co is a three but we have it on 119 own authoni that ha is old enough for onq i Just atar thP civilians had beqn so in gloriously knocir d oat in the postoffice while Cot Meredith was not feeling the sweetest in the a nitti n f jll jrorMJ A U ppaared aft tlw where the Colons anil inquired for McreJith n Riod deal of the gentleman ttas sitting m out ofthe nnrsmg his wrah Col Merdnb pointed uut to the inn comride like nppedihiin on ths and said tell me that jou i are a greatJriend of tbe old soldisr I am pn old and am in need of I aril broken down in and the as yon If jou will Iban me five VVhnt war did oo serve in inter rupted UoU Mf tlujlue of replied tramp replied bash corrugating his I fought in the MejCKWti I feel friendly IS 4Dy old Mexican Soemg that he had made a fatal HUE the tromi As he walk ed lie was heard to mutter If I had had my ejes With I could bava seen that thatman was too old to bave served In be Drat ttie l daj Tbe incident is ex cept as it asjiifiain determining the Sfce of our townsman i New The po v stamps will be about one eighth than the jprtsent slampst same size as the English and Tbe one cent stamp try blue as at presetttt the twocenB the three royal four tent the the cent cent fifteen steele thirty cent black and tbenijilj AFTgfjTHEJBKJ Thoniatil jUiturn VipwliiB the ft i ilgEfj Nov traw has brought of visitors the 6t tho great fire Nearly all the leadiap bumnesii mea are waiting for tha bncBytti and specifications for new bmlwfjgs are at this writing in order On of the principal busi ness offices be found small wooden structure b rtH their signs out The Lynn Diilyiltsm was tbe first to erecjits little Ts3 qifi6on the site of its farmer office with 4 jign Daily Item all ready for I i At 19 23 his Mayor New called MJ the meeting in the mayors room of the citizens desirpusof aiding Jhe There were present about fjfty ijf jLyuns most prorqinent A as appointed to go over the ground make a report of the probable loatiflte number of people de prived bf enhgltff mont aud thfr length of time that wijyidl elapse before they could again go to Nine thouJSiiijtl dollars as subscribed by in sums of each A secoftd hiB then started for those who than 000 and thi adjourned to 7 30 p m Insuranceudjujiters have thus far fig ured out to the aggregate of OW a few companies are yet to Ue befcftl from Mr J W Jjiwd ho lost the largest of his three k4 says Moat of the manufactun fy Wl rebuild and bo fore many as prosperoi facturers iths we see city before tho fire Manu making many spring shipping from day to a very large stock of oes was burned Aid From I BOSTON 28 Hart i to at j Clock morn ing to tendei to Mayor New hall and government the sympa thy and assnMjiice of tiie city of Boston Mayor estiniates that from 20 to 2j pr ceiy of total real and per sonal ptppem ias been anfl 160 farriilieasgive been rendered homo less They jy ve loat their house hold jfjtsiv of them their clothing and they art SeCcssanlv dependenfi upon charity Tfeare bejnglodged in the station until bitter accommodar faons can iovided I While jwore favored citizens of Lynn are and anxious to do all in their powtj mte the sufferings that are Wrable from great a ca Newhall tliinis out Bide help wt be and he was gratified to JiCJrn that Mavor Hart had called a meeSLfff of citizens to take such action Mayor Hajrf jriceived tho foUoiving let ter from Mtfijrs Peabody Companv Webeg yoij our services in regard to disaster at Lynn ifa any ay vou ftvail of and sub BCritieW 000 jp fhe relief fund A meeting PJ citizens was held hero in the ijayor Hart presiding t taie action the relief of the sufferers by the Lynn A relief consisting of B number of prominent citizens was Mioihted suB scribed xn j Company will act as treasurer fund resolution that the balavfo of the Sormner street fund raised afiuo time of the explosion of Hyera fireAiprUs and amounfc mg to be turned ovev Ito the Lynn referred to a sub committee 9InIe to tib Statb il Nov message to tha Wjinesdayj recommends that fiftyyear fotutPr Jaonds be to take ttp Brown which amount to aWJiS and bear 6 per cent As an inducement to holders to tlie exchange ho sutt gests that thedifference in interest b5 tween tho da the new issue and tlie tmethf BfiSins 1893 paid in If the new bonds cannot be at par he suggests that they befMhanged at not less than the between the selling pnce and rra to also be paid m cash from a fund 1 J be appropriated for that ThKgovernoi also suggests 43 an additionnljguarantoo of the that tho stateBpiosphate royalty be set aside Regarding agitation for separafo accommjodatii ifts on rajlroad trams for w bites and the governor says it is a mattof of information that exriermient awjited railroads en of giving seperate but equal for white aiid black passermas attemling the state fafr was 8atrafacteVj3to all and he sees no reasoi this phut should not be adopted He reccorii mends fiiat tcthia end the civil nghfs law enacted J sviousto by ho na represent the be amended soSS to allow such discrimi bei called as is in volved in iMilate aud equal accom modations fiiiijflie racist The go reoomniends the col lection and Mtservaiicm of state battle flags represent the honor and valor of au3 should be pre served by thjpstnte as lionroable memori als of the galUU and sacnfiCing de votion of Intcruaf Copyright NEW Nov Worlds Washmptorp says Secretary Blfffne i i negotiating anin ternatioi d i1 tieafy witli France Count irntry ha been here some time Sue representative of tho French iepitb and voices the Views of tbe of Count Do Kerktrv1 mission is a special He jS not at with the regu laj legation Gafl Nov days ago Gallow wto hid fallen into m open nitural gas sued the coiJjpiioy on East Side filed a suit for op account injunei received on the evening of II by tumbhng intoa trench dn TWt jatyflnil Wednesaay specially ay negotiate wi opening of are readr to antagonism hat is due S D Indian ted at WashinRton to the Bteetons for tiie duties The fet m eouucii The ozily a nonpayment pf Indians aa indemnity ot Cel Aljenint tlitujera Bo tV Kad Myers a good1 sized surface at the Ojterfbbnse Tnes Mjers S svfintshed ora tor and Few possess tha tbeir accurately completely spggcer of last nithf It is a rare treat to hjar him and tha audience last night fulfkapprecmted ef f His was ajid has a presence and the were faf ed at firsljSrght His IUH owitnnd voice filled pan of im jail and it re quirad Imjp effort on to make himself The wctare was cellent in thought At times It abounded and Space foWds us aynopsis cf the bit it was un qoestionfily one of Ibs sest lectures ever deliifefed inthe OpgrafhonEei The LUcrary society to be coh gralulatMJon secannR tgo wrviccs of BO able a and it ia 4 bo boped this will n8t end their JBTqjts to bring lecturers this if ia a move in rigbygrecfion and be con by latt 1 one of the the been able good gov lis NtusTSoSiachiBationB QI the dented EChool U8 to Wit state board ol educatyn yesterday complaints There nkVthree ol ttbis ont of nqwwtions bat tulen 000 bo Greater tesfenB3ny o the efficient of the coinphtys work ondlfae wisdom law could not and Qrtwnl is not needed it is m mind that to d K ted monopoly a 1 who have not feacest the methods fiiey constitute tbat ev to do oite ihia much cai good moral5 fin agara rfc jolce O thing this will eahifjSucceed in add Ibis is11 prepure fjf punishment agencies and inflofpces that have s3 sedulously Sought the people their plun dering the next the peo ple will tfie an to rebuke tins good work Lev haTtJlegun coes r Chop tietng no wori it the shopi the celebrat ed by cittni turkey i Tho ratay weather pit makle the gronnis tbe shops and p the lu tbe sarld and The eronni just nicfli as it a bnjrtl shower of rain bad fallen Jgfs 1 the maiatrous steam Jammer in the acksmRi about1195 in charge otj Stafford an obliging Washington The pam mer in use whcrttlja DsfiQcrtAi as ii but Stafford explained iOBiuvly v Amei the Washington tioys in the blacktnn shop are Wijii Ainbros Millerand WnjJ wlllsootvbefullfleged i Pirlilny a bas the tool it iahis duty to UISD an actount vf tools taken out by tha djoos wib t fJanly also a VpiSsJinEtoni toy his ci arjlcrof the machifie which rjuaps of all performs bis skill an old mei chanu John has the engine ntitgb nndert bis almost as nice ES being with ail kinds of Pctures and aa Ua A sjsltA ol fire are be Ibg put to bo used in SsSe Of Fred 1 one of blacksmiths haB a dog whicfi uetns to take us much interest in life as the most attentive apprentice AmonJ the engines One is be ing bmSfand several are m U MatohttE LaSerty has taofpted a posi tion as flight conductorjfot tbe TV H D Voorhees and f E lamb wiU instJute suit 4 for htm for damage fjirjlalsa impris We expect to invoiife Our stock and utid tbat TV tnoro goodsifun ive have ow ing t j the mild and in order fo reduce maljf lines of are going JjtjS cut tlie price pft them and Them Vc will over no the Conscauenrtyne msbdsucljre 3uctitia that Theri not H day ftbsicg that we dd not ofieV soHfs line of less that priceit If you arewter Ibar should sttSte us at Cabll l   

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