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   Republic County Chief (Newspaper) - December 11, 1885, Narka, Kansas                                t REPUBLIC COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE AND EDUCATIONAL INTEREST OF REPUBLIC YOLUME PERSONS AND BANGS came from ARTISTIC jewelry is the ALLIGATOR skin bonnets are a BOB INGEUSOLLS haip is turning SARAH BEKNiiAKDr is still growing WASHINGTON lias twenty women JOAQUIN MILLKK limps a little when ton PASTEUR is ono of the most gen ial of MISSBRADDONS new novel is named CHARLES of Rouraania is be coming STORM signals aro among the jewelry new THE Greeks devoured the flesh tho of of Italy is thirty eight years BOSTON has over throe hundred char itahle TOLEDO will open a manual school on December WOMEN aro a groat power in the politics of Cvnrs FIKLD will go to Europe with Canon BRAZIL imports annu ally from NAPOLEON used to whistle When he was in deep HTNURKDS of New Yorks tenement Louses aro THE best dressed woman in Europe is Uio Queen of THERE aro four railroads in Maino of only two foot GENERAL KKKMOXT is reported al most in abject A SON of Nicolini has boon entered at tho Paris CONNECTICUT has a place where old Roman coins aro the is living quietly at his home in THURLOW WEEDS grave is to be surmounted by a shaft of A LONDON coroner says hydrophobia is increasing fearfully in that THE Crown Prince of Germanv haa just completed his liftyfourth A NEW YOUK florist gets worth of ferns from Florida BONDS from the Chinese govern ment are quoted at from 111 to PRESIDENT CLEVELAND wears good boots and dresses in black COLORED men have organized an oyster packing company at COLONEL BOB INUEHSOLL calls Her bert Spencer ar old London GENERAL SHERIDAN also is said to intend writing a history of tho late NEW YORY has thus far secured 215 positions in the Treasury Depart THERE aro two colored students in the junior class of the Yale law TRUMAN otyj of the New York tho smallest man in the new BISULPHIDE ot Pasteur thinks will become the most oflicacious of all FIVE candidates aro already men tioned for the Speakorship of the New York VICKSBURG is to have a eman cipation monument built by the contri bution of THE groat English Universities opened tuis autumn with largo num bers of new THE four richest men in tho world are the Duke of Vander Rothschild and IN Boston there have been fifty peo ple killed and eighteen injured by horse railways wichin a IT has not boon generally known that Longfellow added to his poetic gifts those of an PRESIDENT of and family recently dined off thinking they were a new species of CANON FAKRAR is of the opinion that Hawthornes Scarlet Letter is the ablest novel ever written by an THE American Ornithologists Un ion officially recommend that all pub lic fostering of the English sparrow be IT is a BUI Nyo suggestion that we Should strive to lead such lives that we shall never be ashamed to loolj cider barrel square in the f 1 LAID TO THE REMAINS OF PRESI DENT HENDRiCKS CON SIGNED TO THE Distinguished Guests Present The Services and The Widow Takes Her Last mortal re mains of wore convoyed tintomb The event was rnmlc memorable hv the presence of s eoneourse of people froiri parts of the Initod to It ness tho simple rites which preceded their Th presage of inrlcniout weather ycstordnv was tolay to the extent of it louden sky nuil a thick atmosphere ttWrim the early A heavy over the eity when the day nil us the hours wore on it lifted The chief structures of the eity were hidden In folds of black The business life of the city was entirely Tho Hergv without rospoet fy llic bolls of all tho tolled tho ro VUSTINftriMlErt MllVRXEIl mornlnir trnin on ill the raihvavs brought delcOTtionp Turn the national eapital and all tho leading cities of the amoatf He arrivals were the members of the the ciinirresslonal delegations Hie representatives of the supreme bench Mir I tilted The nuinlici if iiitlM mill ex members of the lower liono present was verv The jrnvonuMs Ill inois and Kentucky were attendeil bv their stnff numerous state Major yneral bcliolidd was the chief representative of the I nited States armv nent Hayes and iononil Sherman were distinguished the latter accom panying the ilelecatlon from The ollieial other iiotalJe ilelejfatlDiis ore met on their arrival he local sulwmnmittces and were assigned positions in the funeral IIIMWIIS AND BLACK The miiltitiide in the streets was so larjre to impede onlinnry on all the chief VVarhington street precentid a iilack niiKs of Limit tioforo the passage of the eoliinin the indows of its busi ness were tilled with occupants and eye retod on nil awaiting which oc cupied apparently every vantage point along the Ks rAHEVv At oclock llcmlricks eiitrod the room for her last leave accompanied only by brother and Tin scene WHS Memed to tie uiierlv clinging to the last to so to be hidden for ever from her Iinpresseil with the placid and lifelikappearance of the she desired ti preserve ilii last rimu late as it she sent for a photographer to lake a pic ture of the delega tions from distant cities began to come and were admitted to pass through and see the While the photographer was engaged at his work the members of the judges of the supreme court and others from Washing ton entered and were detained a few minutes It was 11 oclock when the casket was re placed and the stream of visitors again passed in and out through the TAKKX TO THE Shortly after this the pall hearersarrived and the drapped hearse and the carriages for the family and friends were marshalled before the door and preparations Mere made for the tiaal removal of the This was done without further The police and military kept the thoroughfares and the al ways respectful mass of the people clear out of the way and the little oavaleade passed quietly with its military escort through the densely lined streets to the cathedral of The casket was borne into the church at the vast congregation having already been seated with the exception of the imme diate relatives aud the church The ollieiating four in op Knickerbocker of this the of the first rector of Pauls and under whose tion of Ilendrieks joined the church the of St a former rector of and the the the present their robes lof office met the remains at the main entrance of the cathe on Illinois Preceded by a guard of the Indianapolis light the body was boine up the central the clergymen and members of the vestry going in liishop Knickerbocker voiced the opening sentence of 1 he burial service Jam the res ureelion and the followed by String fellow and Fulton in tbejr recitation of the other voices used for the until the cask et had been carried placed outside the The great audience stood while the impressive ceremony was ix THK riifiuns Following the bier the leaning on the arm of her followed by other all in deep mourn Thirteen pews to the right of the central aisle were reserved for the The pew occupied by the dead vice presfdent in his life time was the tenth one from the left of the middle aisle when facing the It was distinguished by its complete evelopement in black cloth and the fact that it was unoccu The church is a modest but com modious The main and side doors were heavily draped in The interior decora tions were plain but consisting of fcttouninirs of crape from the central the lecturn and chancel rail having drapery of white aud black The central arches were completely draped aud the sides of the church were paneled in On the front interior walls were two large de signs of a Greek in the prevailing sable HANDSOME FLORAL The dark shrounding of the interior was re lieved by onlv three loral all handsome In On the altar inside the chancel rail was a plain cross composed entirely of white contributed by the ladies of the On cither side of the altar was a sheaf of On the face of the pulpit was a col umn of white with purple flowers at one forming a At its base was the September and at the top November On the summit of the column was perched a white The design bore the Latin Stat mag nl nomlnis The design was the gift of the Ohio club of In front of the leeturn was a national shield contributed by the Gondola club of This design Jiad a background of faced with white and blue colors with the ex ception of a central monogram composed of the letters in yellow and white LAST BITES OF THE In addition to the officiating clergy the other clergy of the Protestant Episcopal church were The choristers benches were occupied by other city and visiting Wnen the casket had been placed in front of the chancel rail the choir eang Lord Let Me Know My The lesson for the dead was then by the This was followed by the delivered an address of some length appro priate to the When the speaker had concluded Donor of Chicago sang Rock of thfe bishop closing with prayers and The casket was then lifted and borne from the the audience remaining seated in the church s The place of honor was accorded to exPresi dent his full beard and hair showing the whiteness of advancing He sat in the rear of the pews occupied by the vestry and reception In the pew directly in his rear were Secretary Bayard and other mem bers of the To their left were seated the committees from the United States senate and house of wearing flowing sashes of white over their right closed at the left side with rosettes black Immediately In their rear were officers ot the United States army in full On the north side of the church were the gov ernors of the states present with their TUB FUNEKAL REPUBLIC DECEMBER NUMBER of all the eity churches began their dulling when the remains wore taken from the house and continued pealing during the con tinuation of the church rites and while the procession was on Itsmarch to Crown Hill There was very little delay in the movement of the ffreiil rolitmit when once the lUHivriiMuil jieoplo who bad cmniiosed the church iltldlence had been nsslgncd their Its formation llad Uecil completed luring thtMMiwKS nf Ike services In the ca The column preceded bv a police whri were followed by the Columbus urid the son who Imnodiirh preceded the The ittUr was drawn by six bhiok wearing the black paraphernalia worn by the animals attached to the funeral car which bore the remains of ioneral to the On either side of the hcnrsr n guard from the Jighl carrying tholi in the position of reverse immediately in the rear of the hearse were the police guards and Streight mth local military The funeral ear occupied tho central jwsition in tho second of the four grand The first grand division In line nndv for thofoniml thmomciil rtlicii was Iiirrled from the It of the state military companies niarehinr Inde nil the iilllccrs The Buseh of was the only coin appearing in line from outside Till I In the second grand division following the hearse came the carriage containing Thomas Morgan and rd iitzhngh The sin elve carriages contained rcliithcs and near Hayes occu pied the next carriage ami was fullmvcii in rosr nlar order bv members f Imid States senators and governors and the tniiod States ex United and Initcd Stales and In state of Indiana folloied by the prei dvn and faculties of unheritiis a in niiVors of cities and other il The liird division wafollowed hv the local followed by fbo marching political clubs had taken part In the recent preidi ntial Among the rcpnvencd ie Hie Cook democratic club and dni of Chi the lliicliuorlli Iluli of the elub of the club of flic club of the Miami club of Hamil the JclTcrson of Fort the Gramoroy club of and the lien dricks club of The foul 111 grand division made up of local municipal Including llic lire dcpartmim with their steamers InaUly Tin SMI The column fook up thr lino of march at It ly through great of on Washington The militan to march with ny but were compelled into column of and move the The u pdriven tlirce Tin at limes ua abnot impircciitplc until the column merged upon Meridian llic broad and very handomc avenue Icadiue to tho entrance to the beautiful Crown Hill Tincortege niovid on by some homes of the whose and side walks wore tilled with great throngs standing The broad llioroiigh fare stretches out into the country beyond the limits of the eity and when the head of the column came within sight of the a mile the Indianapolis liLrht artilhry began to lire miiiule which was contin ued until the hearse reached the The column enti rod the cemetery at oclock under a splcndod stone arch completed and was the first to pass under IN MOST Winding Ihroughja thick growth of beech and maple trees the military division came up on a large open view and approached the open ou the Hendrhks family which occu pies the most commfinding view in tho it they turned loft and then agaiu to the finally completely encircling the tract of which tile Hendncks plat forms a It constitutes historic ground for lu To the cast rises the marble to the memory of ieneral Immediately opposite lie the remains jf Oliver A little to the iiorib is he grave of General To the jortheast another piece ot rising ground is dot ted with simple headstones of seven hun Ired of Indianas who lost their lives jn the battle The Ilendrieks lot is graced with a simple Mluuiu of polished Maine thirty feet ligh and seven feet at the erected three It contained the grave of Morgan the only child born to and who died in his third This rrave was completily covered with lowers rom friends of the sorrow ing UKMUE THE The grave opened for the remains of Thomas Hendrieks is iucasoijl completely in Looking into the open grave there appeared uly a bod of smilax and rut flow the stone inciosure having been lined with heso beautiful When the hearse had halted near the the casket as borne to the the veuer ible Mishop Knickboeker preceding and read ing verses for the After the lowering of ho casket the Jencks read the com mittal the Bishop closing with a prayer ind Only the widow and her supporters approaeh d the theremaining multitude stand ing silent The closing riles at the grave were perform ed a few minutes The procession was an hour and live minutes ji passing agivcn point and the rear of the had only lelt the business portion of he city a few minutes Infore the lirat division uad approached the SI AT THE The scenes at the wore There was no special restraint upon udmit ancc to the cemetery and several hundred persons had gathered about tingrave before the funeral party The body of the irocession had disbanded after passing beyond the eity limits and only the military with the uounted escort entered the The space reserved about the grave hud only been lelincd by placing a line of plants and cver twigs which was quite sudicicnt to pro Led it from Just before the head of the column came up crowd was pushed back still farther give iiuple room to the friends who were assigned to the of the grave from whence the col umn This order was cheerfully Uhen leaning upon the arm of stepped upon the matting placed alongside the and before the Basket was removed from the she paus ed to look into the last resting place of the dead only to see a picture of loveliness in its lining of green leaves and Then jhe turned to the grave of her which had been made glorious with a covering of smilax and and read in letters of white his baby and ou the top of the on a field of in purple the And a threefold cord shall not be The tender love which she dis cerned In this treatment of her treasure by sympathetic seemed to give her cour age for the last Her glance then caught the monument with Its drapery of the national flag enveloping a lifelike portrait of tier husband taping the and she turned tvith the bravfiry of heroism to witness the last THE SERVICES OF The Columbus barracks band at this part played the American and the reading of the service Hendrieks only leaned more heavily upon resting her head at last upon his but her selfcontrol whs bravely While the service was being read the con gressional the members of the cabinet aud other distinguished visitors stood upon the other side of the The words of the clergy were now and then drowned by the sound of the minute which kept firing until after the Interment was When the coffin hud iicen lowered into the vault by the four colored assistants of the un dertaker and there nothing remaining to be for the plueiug of the stone and the filling of the grave wcce to be attended toby the cemetery There was a moments pause and silence broken only by the minute LEFTJLLONE IS THE Then Hendrieks and the friends of the family passed by the sfill open not repall ant grave and took their The peJ pie who had waited so respectfully then Hooked to the grave to get a nearer Thfl military order Forward march started the soldiers the carriages rapldlj rolled away and the distinguished dead was left Among those have borne something Wore the ordinary sorrow of this bereavo inent is the It was observed lliit during the reading of his brief hi viilce mriT than unco ind nl ho he pronounced his farewell the word iiorame almost a wall of Tears weri seen to start in manv and sobs were audi ble in different parts of the This feeling was Intensiliod as that thrilling polo Hock of Ages was Ingclsoll in Now York has gained another con spicuous citizen at tho expense of This writes a Washington correspondent to Tlic New 3iil and it is Rob crt He HIIIS sold a lino house o built hero a short time ago to of San McCroory is a brotliorinlaw of Jus IngiMsoll will hero niliT live in New His career hurt has not boon without Ho was in tho full tide ot his prosperi ty about live years and coined money and what purported to bo the practice of lie was extremely conspicuous in ho is under all loud of voice ami florid in lo say nothingof n face and form worthy of iambrinus He gave weekly receptions to a miscellaneous crowd of ami lie multitude of po who are willing to go whore they aro Ho promulgated his theories regarding social as well as theological matters with i garrulotii simplicity that was absolutely deli Ho wanted cvervboiiy to bring up children as he had brought up alluiriug lie had made them gen and full ol by leaving untold sums ol money in an upon bureau wiiero they went aud helped them silvus without let or Ol the results of this system as in Ingersolls family were mailers of but it was generally thought that the restraining hand of good breeding and good tasto wus paitilully needed for those young Ait turns out in tho late of his house to MeCroory that it was mortgaged for more than half iis this princely method of family expenditure can not be consid ered pronounced Ingerscll occasionally appeared before supreme where his tropis and metaphors used to annoy the did genlleiiHMi They desired a concise and lawyerlike statement from instead of a lluwery declamation bellowed at them by a gentleman who loosened his necktie and unbuttoned his coat before beginning an It was comical to watch the countenances of the nn the supreme bench when these circus performances occa sionallytook place before always looked as black as and their endeavor to make Ingersoll feel a dignified rebuke was like firing bird shot at a At last tho starroute trials Ingersoll up as a lawyer in Since then he has virtually censed to consid er Washington his although he still owns property But he has finally removed to Now York with the intention of spending his time there when he is not on his Now Mexican This last has proved a profit able investment to although his lectures and books no longer bring him in the money they formerly he is still a rich Reseutiug aii From John Bnrroughss paper on in the we quote the following One day a tragedy was enacted a few yards from where 1 was sitting with ft hook two songsparrows were trying to defend their nest airainst a black The interrogating note a chick en who had suddenly came upon the scene in his first caused me to look up froiri my There were tho with wings raised in a way peculiarly expressive of hor ror aud rushing about a low clump of grass mul looking more I saw the glisten ing form of tho black and the quick movement of his head as he tried to tho The sparrows darted about aud through tho grass itud trying to bent the snake Their tuilsand wings were panting with the heat and the desperate they presented a most singular They uttered no not a sound escaped them they were plainly speechless with hor ror and Not oneo did they drop their and the peculiar ex pression of those uplifted as it 1 shall never It occurred to mo here was a case of attempted birdcharming on the part of the so I looked on from behind the Tho birds charged the snake and harassed him from every but wore evidently under no spell that of courage in defending their Every moment or two I could BOO the head and neck of the serpent make a sweep at the who the ono struck at would fall anil the other would renew the assault from the There appeared to be little danger that I lie snake could strike and holdono of the though I trem bled for they were so bold and approached so near to the snakes Time and again he sprang si but without How the poor things panted and held up their wings appealiugly Then tho snake glided off to the near barely es caping the stone which I hurled at I found the nest rifled and de ranged whether it had contained eggs or young I know The male spar row had cheered me many a day with his and t blamed myself for noi having rushed at once to the rescue when the arch enemy was upon There is probably little truth in the popular notion that snakes charm The black stiitke is ttio BIOS and devilish our aud i have never seen him have but helpless birds in his SWEPT BY Several Hundred Head of Cattle Lost and Other Property FAMED BY THE The Tire Sweeps Everything Before It Three Men Perish in the A DEFECTIVE GRIP Causes Horrible Accident on the New Tork and Brooklyn A BROKEN Six Men Drowned by the Capsizing of a Boat on the OhioThe Storms A Terrible Terrific fires nrc reported as the result of the reecnt Northeast Onvlcy swept by lire with fearful destruetion to of nil The rattle ranch of Tomlln thirty miles below Winlicld in the was entirely destroyed uitli from to which were cnujrht in Hie with mi means of The cinches if Hill ct Beach cc Dick Holts and others were also entirely It if said to he the most appalling prairie tiru iver i xperieiKcd in that section of iAMAin Advices from state that liirinirthe liiLli wind Friday a prairie lire broke nit seven miles north of that which swept over an area of about thirty de stniyint one thousand slacks of bay and and numbers of hoirs and It is not stated how far cast the lire IN SHAWNKK Hearts of a prairie tire In Silver Lake town tirlnir advices of a terrible loss of which can not now be On Kiln arils ranch tons of hay waa Johnson nud Williams lost 500 tons of beside sheds and TIK1EE LIVES Patrick MrNeery was entirely burned lusini everything but the clothing on his fam In Edwards county a man was fatally burned and Keeper and Berry are not exjieeteil to The lire is supjioscd lo have oriLinated on the Iottawatomie Indian will be several days before the full loss cuii bo able Cars Two trains on the Brooklyn bridge ran each the other and in the sniashup six persons were baillv The taiiiife nl a was the cause of the It happened at an hour when the cars were most crowded and run with least When a two car train started out roni the Brooklyn it was loaded toils utmost The platforms of both cars were The train had gone to within 150 yards of the Brooklyn tower when the grip on the cable car gave out it came to a Dea pite the efforts of the brakeman the cars began to back duwn the increasing their every second aoj rapidly drawing near er to the train which had followed from the Brooklyn Passengers on both trains saw the danger and rose to their feet in and a scene of teiror In an instant the two crashed SIl UIEKS OF PAIN AND 1IOKKOR arose from the surging mass of struggling men and while the police and train with the passengers waiting on the ran to the The entrances to the bridge were barred and none admitted to increase the crowd and Ambulances aud police were aud responded Con ductor who was standing ou the rear platform of the second was jammed in between the broken ends of the cars and had to be cut out of the Victor a young was similarly imprisoned and was extricated with His left an kle was broken and his foot nearly cut Wheaall who needed help were attended to the casualties were found to include Conductor of breast bruised and severe internal injuries John back ribs broken and breast badly bruised Victor leg foot nearly cut oil and severe internal injuries left an kle broken and chest crushed taken to the A number of others sustained minor Men The rcCent gale did considerable damage along the lower Ohio The flatboat Bliss loaded with a cargo of bushels of potatoes in bulk and500 bushels in was capsized by the waves at Morris five miles below Ten men were on the six going down aud three besides the pilot saving their lives by into the river aud swimming The munes of the men lost are Louis Nelson Josiah Lindsay George Keudy Joseph Farm er William and George all of The boat was owned by of that and was going to Xew The boat and cargo are a total The hitter was insured for in a Cincinnati com Passenger Train W A west bound passenger train on the Texas and Pacific railway was wrecked the other morning at the trestle work crossing near Gor The accident was caused by a broken Two coaches went into the dry bed of the The sleeper jumped the track but dill not go Only one passenger was badly a commercial traveler for a Louis was ut under the left ear anc rendered unconscious for three or four of Marshall was hadly Some fifty passengers required meJal attend being badly shaken up and more or less A mob of mounted men rode into the other night and attacked the jail demanding the surrender of Henry Shamber ger charged with murdering Annie The jailor alarmed the who gathered ami icpelled the Several shots were ex changed and it is believed that at least three o the attacking party were badly Scalpeis last year sujd wp ol rallrc 4 Who the Mahdi Mahdi is really a dervish who professes to be a prophet a being di rectly inspired by and command ed by Him to chase the iutklol out of He sends his in bands of half a dozen each iili over trj aud these envoys cxtUe the people to make war on tho foreijTu Wherever there are Bcdonius there also are theMahdis is to the natives form he and will contimio to do to as long as Allah senuis to light his Tork WAS altormy rrf hna filed In tl c supreme court livecascief mnnila rltlOdijsainst the board of county commission s of Ford to compci thpm to rccon count the vole ol said with he exception of Docls nnd lo CT ilicatS of election t tho K officers vho may appear to have I eeu Jt is lhit the polls in Dodge City if ere ta possession of by outlaws and aid that certain were reslained rom whlc the vole cast by illegal vo ers and repeaters in excess of tho eiralvoteof said Dolge The supreme court issued an altcrnaivc writ of requiring aril of of Fod to recoivem Dec mber llth t count lid v Failing lo j Ihls the board fire rc liiired to answer wril before the supreme court ecmcr to show eaui why uandat of the eourl not The state board of health baa issued Ibis idict By the authority vested in this it is hereby on and aftr Docin ier no pupil shall b admitted to any public gcho 1 in this state without presenting ry evidence proper and successful The of education of in r with this lias irilereu tha pupils a of pvui cr and vocination1 from some praet dug enlcrin the schools afler Til S 3 a caution seems but should smallpox he a ar I pniluhly on ththeiry that every rhoul I li vaccinated as sanding pre mul effort to closo hi in ivenwoiih made Silurday ly Aturney petitioning Jndg1 Crosier of distr ct court to issuinjjtidions against four lac s where are the party ownin the b ill lig being made a listened lo hurgum ns and to k the ca3s un er saying he would render a dcision the third week In Ue D dtoi is the name of a station Ox ford and At pnsen Ihre Is but in lut the lias established a pSHie nil 1 train slow up just enough to deposit un 1 the in a fa All the place now needs Jo nuiKe a t wn U a irintiiiL we ex i ct sonii body n i 1 b f enoiiih ti try it On la Thurdav a od baby of Mid of t hold of a can of cuiicentratel ami drank some of tJC Th waa taken to liandnljii for medical an1 we learn akhough it is in a criti cal there is hope cf its In September last a young man named Wheeler shot and a farm er r near Peal o WbceKr was ar r sicd and contind n the Marion couny last week cuse was b oujht up be fore the d si r ct for a In lie plead g iilty lo the chago of and was su lenccd tojie Minneapolis has organized au Improvement Associat having for its oljec to im prove our public side establish good grass borders in the streets and public de drinking light the remove nuisam and in to build up and beautify the whole Three religious revivals nru in progress at this time in this It the devil and nl his who have sojourning in some of the ilivei and back ya of this city for some dont have to pack their kit and seek more congenial it be the fault of the reliir ous Klngman Courier The grow ug magnitude of the state is shown by thincreasing disbursements of the state the bo ks in Treasurer Howes ollice showing that the sum of has been paid out for current expenses and sinking fund since the first ol July The Elk City Hubs man has been figuring and this is ihe result of his labors When laud is worth 20 an oue glass of beer at 5 cents would represent a piece of land nine feet and twelve feet Room to burv There will tie a siroug effort made at the ex tra sess on of the legislature th s wiuter lo re establih old Buffalo which was com posed of portions of tiie counties of Hodgemanaud Ferguson committed suicide last week at 0 athe by taUug lie was stranger In the He left a note saying Whisky has been my enemy all through General Freglit Paas ger Aueiit of Ihe ijiuthenj sata the Southern Kausiiu will be opened as far us Medicine Lidge by December The Horace Town Company has secured a title lo eighty acres of land at the geouraphl cal c uUr of Urcely have laid out a tuivn and are lo sell Clay county has thiuy four church organiz church 104 school dis school acres o land in The four counties of Su Sedgwick Butler aud says the Wellington are big enough to miue au eiisleru Capitalists of WintKld have recently starlet the niiw town of iu Wichita coun tj A revival in the Methodist church at Mln neapois has resulted in 125 Vhe Holly water woris at Clay Center cosl Arkansas City Is to have water Hindoo A silly thinking each thing a Fell into a helpless worrtuieut thereat noticed by a wizard living Was into a cat to end its No sooner was the transformation Than dreadful terror of a dog the wlzaid saw this latest bo a said and end j ou though a ils soul had no For fiar some t might disturb its Into a ticor next tlio beast was Aud stilftwas pitiful and soru Because the hunsmim some illstarret Happen along and take its life Bald the turning to hli You have a mouses h be a TIs BO with no earthly help or dower Can add one atom to their earthly power Them from their smnllness nothing car No arl can uidce a lion from a Joel Jfew York Burniah last year exported pounds of The Burmese speak almost entirely in mono An lion feet Iu Is built at FACTS ANU t Secretary Lamar lives in a flat The people of Jionioo eat Attar of roses sells forS120 a John Wise made seventy Thercs are female barbers Vilas has an independent for There are doctors in Philndel Georgia has eight living exGov Iowa has a Scandinavian population John Hall has a yearly income of Connecticuts oyster llccl is valued at ODonovan Kossa wants a custom house General Knsccrans is Chauncoy Depcws Senator Intralls is a scholar and reads Diiifry looking rings of India gold are much in Chrysanthemum culture has fa rsui rose It is said that Gould put into politics in A coal bed twenty feet thick haa been found in There is in Utah i snbterranoan res ervoir of soda An electric stud is the latest novelty of this inventive A man traded his daughter for a Mary anderson blushes when ladies praise her to Attorney Garland refuses all kinds of The proposed Nicaragua Canal would Nearly lOo puddling furnaces aroin operation in Henry Georges iklost son shows much literary General Lo make f out of his Senator of Georgia is preaching on The JSew York clothing salesmen about to form a King Thee ha w declares that ho will die at tliehoad of his Chilian miners arc said to bo the strongest men in the Tho fund for the widow of Emorj Slorrs amounts to John Jacob As tor thinks nothing ol bidding at a horse President ilcCosh is determined tc crush out hazing at They are playing Macbeth as an Italian opera iu San Gilbert is engaged ou an operetta libretto with a Hindoo The patronage of the Louis post master foots up GOO a Wedding rings aro made quite nar of twentytwo karat A man died in the Gulf of Mexiec from seasickness a few days President of re ceivosa salary of per Botitwoll will deliver a eulogy on in about Dojombor When a cyclone gets tiirutiirh witt a western village it is like the ulay 01 Hamlet with harnlot loft What is usually the nationality 01 a my dear asked Caution while her husband was study ing the score of an Allegheny it replied Caution souictimes they aro Polish and some times Some appreciative person has pre sented President Cleveland with a pho tograph of Tom Moores The inmates of tho white house should re joice that the present was not the harp Tho president cant play on tho Inelo couldnt do any thing with tho Ho was eternally picking quarrels with and so I had lo send him lathoi You did How much the boy grows like his An actor having made up his wind to get all his colleagues ad vise him earnestly not to saerilieo liis At last tho prompter comes and adds his appeal iu those words My dear sir You have always lis tened to my words why not do ac now Some Boston people aro horrified to learn that tho cook of tho Parker house receives us largo a salary as tlio president of Harvard This probably refers to tho people who board at tho Parker But wo doubt whether tho president of Har vard university could cook any bet The president of the Ichtliophagous olub of Novy speaking of the healthiness of its says this result has been attained by not allow ing them to indulge tou freely iu Euchy trieus That seems plausible Jn fact wo should think Hint oven mi ordinary indulgence in frightful things would kill a man if not more Sometimes even the wide awake and accurate roporlor is liable to as is shown by tho correction in The Stikityler Instead of buing arrested i as we for kicking h s wife down n flight of stairs aud hurling i lighted kerosene lamp after James four years It is to be hoped that Wolluinn aooopts this heart r correc tion in the same generous spirit in which it is   

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