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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 1, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                MONDAY JULY PBIOE FOUR CEOTi B Audience Limited only of the PO as MONDAY EVKNINGft July It PEACE JUBILEE AMD INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL Reappearance of tlie and Eosrulsh 0 Grand Concerts t r i And the DUET OF The Wonderful OO iy reserved OO Admission without reserved OO THE All the Foreign OPEN f our Tie two Tent Ticket Offices on street entrance and the Smok those at the Music Music S jyllt gECOND JUBILEE BALL AT THE to the MONDAY July All the Attractive Foreign Mu CHIBE CORING AIDS to thi Glilef Where do tho bright days dance away k With golden hair and ijilver With blithest songs arid laughtor Linked with achain of garlands And dropping They meit into a stkmife gray Only tho roses and they Faded and And in their jjlaco dark shadows Casting their gloomy lights And following with a noiseless i tread Each after an endless train Of shrouded forms and heads bent low So that each ifasiiing Seems but one oer again I I MABY SJPSWART Llppmcotts ii GARDINER ISAAC Vertrtti and WARREN Hi Oh GEORGE FISHER GEORGE NEWH OHABLES CLAK PERFORMERS 1 throughout tho No advance In CMATINEB at at 3 will SOEOMON BKO I H j PEAJB rost Under the B O S X O N T TIKIS In their New Entertainm THE WKONG MAST IN THE HI Preceded by Miss JENNIE LEE and BETSEY Matinees Wednesday and J f ormance after the Fireworks if stormy at Doors open at Begins at 8 O S T O N Acting 47th and Xast Week of the Ha Ha Ha WARREN AND COMEDY RAMPANT and preparations for LAUGHTER tOUG AND MONDAY JULY of Now day Services Eeports of the Sermons of Various City SECOND Letters from Il Ohio and THIRD AMU ranco Vesuvlan Association Strikes Earl Iras sell on Religious Liberty The French Protestant Synod j An English View of Our Shipping FOURTH in rial and the FIFTH Telegraph Latest Despatches from all Parts of the Record of Out Door SIXTH England NewsDaily Gossip SEVENTH Naval and Marino EIGHTH Intelligence City and Subur ban EVENING at Special Entertainment complimentary to the Press ol the United States In attendance upon the Worlds Peace THE SERIOUS Amtoadali Warren Barron Annie Clarke THE SKELETON Stuart Robson Tuesday evening and Wednesday afternoon and eve AND WIVES and THE 8KEL ETOJJ 4th of Performances EVERY A Commencing at 12 with a bill consisting of jyllt 3 Glorious JAMES THE MISS THE SEWINGMACHINE IVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY jyltf JULY 43 HOWARD RICH EVERY EVENING and WEDNESDAY and SATUR DAY The celebrated ABBOTT PANTOMIME In the worldfamed The Tliree Positive reappearance after her accident of the beauti ful and fearless Lady In her unparalleled Is literally thrown 2S feet into the air as though Shot from the Mouth of a nnrt Is caught by the intrepid While suspended by the feet from a trapeze in A Safety Not will be used during this to prevent all possibility of Slio wonderful Wltfi swallows a Sword 90 centimetres in The wonderful The man with the Talking Hand funniest Ventrilo quist In the MOE DELEHANTY ANB AND OTHER 4 JULY 4 jyl3tGRAND ORLDS PEACE W GREAT IRISH THE MELODIES OF OLD IRELAND I All the Foreign Bands to Participate OPEN four Ticket Offices at the two Tent Ticket Ofilccs on the near West street entrance ami the Smokers besides thoee Music Music Stores and jyllt GELOUS GRAND PICTURES OF ANCIENT AND On exhibition daMy at 140 TKEMONT Tickets liB BLAKESL1ST3 NO jylltAMWFtt 1 BOSTON BASE BALL MILITOKD GKAKD CHAMPIONSHIP FOREST CITY MONDAY AND July 1 and At Tickets W Ior BUle ut Wright 18 lloyltton s T o N ATHENJEUM BEACON Tlie FOKTYKIKTil EXJIJJUTJOX Of PAiSTlSGS and STATUAltYte now In cuunectlon it tho MUSEUM Oli exhibits a collection of Ancient and Biouw Iiripleinnutx from ItalwOreck Painteu Viwvi fouud In the tomtw uf Ktrurta null citt Mnjclica Oriental Armor Oarvcfl rural uua Chiuuse roroo tfjoli 9A to AN KNOW THYSE LFI OK WaslilnitUm niiKistte Hay ward 1liiuo starUiuK up1 UuitUiis iimlA uf thu frame In Jfrslfh nprt i VmNlfram if w 1J COM INH BUCKETS ADMITTING A Gentleman and 00 Each Additional OO now and for sale at the MUSIC tho tho several MUSIC in TENTS ON THE and by the MANAGERS OF THE This Ball will be conducted on the same general prin ciples as that so successful on Wednesday and is designed to express the regard of the Executive Committee for the services ol the GRAND ON JULY at 3 GRAND ITALIAN DAY With the choicest of by ALL THE from the favorite Partial PABT Band of the Grenadier Dan Thanks be to God I Chorus and A favorite Madame Concert Women and Conducted by Herr Johann Irish National Edmund Clem PART my to Thee I Dr Lowell Band of KaiserFranz Grenadier Regi Herr Hetnrich Third act of Bouquet of Organ and Band of Garde Pau Italian On July at 3 GREBLET DAY GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT InWhich the Distinguished Foreign Bunds and Grand Chorus will Horace Greeley has BiRnifled his Intention to compliment the Festival by his presence on this On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY GRAND FOREIGN AMD American Band During which tho finest comiiOEltlons of tho Mastoru will CLOSE OP THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL Fourth of GRAND NATIONAL ANNIVBRSAKY FOUR GRAND CONCERTS From 0 to 18 From a to d From 0 to 8 From 0 13 THE LAST A GKANB PKOMENAIVE AND DANCE The music for this day will he of tlie hiRhest charac and t Is to cloae this Magnificent Eerles of CoiicerU the highest Tickets for all parts of tlie lor THiu at QNE DOLLAIl On and after MONDAY there will be Fonn TICKET OFFICES OPEN ut the and two TIENT TICKET OFFKK6 ou the Common near West street and near the Smokers as well as those at tlie Mitfic music stores and for the BUlc of ROBERT THOMAS New HIRAM North ARTHUR GEORGE West Tauntom Jamucia TIMOTHY West EDWIN ilyde ISAAC ED WAED West LUTHER ALVIN IMAAC CHARLES SAMUEL CHAHLI5S ALEXANDER PUTNAM CHARLES HENRY New Bedford Fall CHARLE Fall THOMAS JOHN WALTER South Marshals and Managers will pleaso moot the Olilcf Marshal in tho room of The Bouquet of Art ists at the Coliseum on Monday at 12 oclock Tickets admitting a Gentleman and 00 Iaeh additional 1 00 Now and for sale at the Music Music Stores and by the Managers of tho Chorus and Per HENRY S U M M E B W E A hoonly Pugilist1 Ptr oracr of uic xxocuttve g M B Ii O I D E K E D Table Piano NOVEL EUEGANT WROUGHT EXPRESSLY FOB JUHI AT VJEHV JVIAE8H Kivito attention to tmtieually extensive assortment of Seasonable IN TUlSIIt GARMENTS AND SHAWL AKI DRESS GOODS James have published Tho Diekens a Key to the Characters and Principal Incidents in the Tales Charles Dickons by Gilbert with jitUUtlons William We have sometimes wondered if the read ers of Dickons recognized thji fnet that his characters constituted a Thoynumbor and re quire a like the Inhabitants of other towns and The arrangement adopted by the com pilers Is worthy of dJtiey consider the books in tho order of their nnd much bibliographi cal information Is furnished in regard to the tlmo and to the clroumBtancesiundor each romance ap The characters of each tale are given al but a general index at tho end enables us torefer to the whole body of Dickons works if wo place a to a quota Injvddltion there Is qufeo a curious index of the considered in relation to their occupations and It is very funny to look at the list undiir the head ot Among gentlemen are Sir Mulberry Mr John tli and irqBenft Quito as groteBquoalii liriol the fatlj leads the fashiotf of the 5sii Game Chicken each story is The il lustrated by copious which they appear and supplies fonr portraits of the most prominentof tiicnni such as i Captain XWok Swlveller iuM In looking over the feel more niofo impressed with the richness of Dlckcnss It mokes tho burial places t memory glyii up their We thought we kneivall the of Dickensvillej but a glance through this proves that we were or two indicates a minor character rfippod out of The bookjintttestliigind delight ful in is especially forthe power displays to revive our interest inDickatis The Congregational Publfehpg SoHctyof Boston have published Christianity aid embra cing a consideration of Traits of Doctrine and aniIpf Facts in tho Lifu of It consists by eral ncnt Congregational ouVtho quwtlonsof the Wo havobcou patlcujnvly impressed by Poabodys lecture m of tho especially in his tho character of Peabody testimony of tho lirst Ho was treach sordid he betrayolIII but he said not a word iwlamalc the truth of his the of his the purity of his In of romorso and he goes and heaving an un equivocal and to tho truth and purity of ills Master in UK horrible as the other apostles bore in Bufferings and martyrdom for the lovo ascended It appears to us Unit is tho first theologian who has emphasized Ihf of Judas as a to tho heauty ol the character of The the tho rene the the fascination of the Son of nnd had no mans to expiate his crime but in His own HEoKCanio an intolerable burden tho moment after his Pea body is right In thlnMig in the testimony of the the tostimiuy of Judos should take a prom inent We arc imlelitediO Patrick the BoHton publisher of Catholic for a duodeci mo for Sketches of the Established Chuifh in Now by James In the Prbtistant can study tho proccBB by nbrn was Introduced into the the Ijply of object Vllasa into A Bliort French Middleago Glossary of terms In Archaeology and by de hns just been us alro the sixth volnmc of Jobex France under Louis tho Four from 1703 to The system of Instruction by correspondence for which was commenced lost year by members of the University of has been found by experience successful enough to warrant Its continu A new giving the names of the lec turers and the subject for tho session commencing in October will be published in the course of tho Cherry Is preparing for publication Tho Poetical Hcinalns of John the Northamp tonshire peasant Tho Volume will Include let ters from Clares friends and extracts from his prose Among the letters are some from James Mont Sir flliarles Allan Amongst recent are Lc Con cilo du by do which de scribes its and and political conse quences the ConfdreiKes by Er nest Legouvd a voium of patriotic Jules entitlm LAnneo and Sft et sa Gorrosponil ance by Nassau Senior vis not only a good writer and political the most indefatigable of He men everywhere by a kind of most of tho prominent persons i arid contrived to estab lish n eorrespoinloip with many of Since his death his ilauglitoihnB been active in preparing his journals and lottop for Her latest an nouncement and Conversations of Alexis do Tpcjftevllle with Senior from 1833 to It muibo an Interesting Among the Military books announced by tho Lon don publishersfive select two ns specially worthy of are these The Operations of the German Armns In from Sedan to the ond of the War From the Journals of the HeadquorteB By Major William Translated Ei Major Twentieth Pro fessor of Metary Tactical De ductions fuSn theWar of By and Company Chief tho Third In fantry Translated by Lumloy Jato Koyal Irish DAY decidedly to I theologically Innd or in tli AH lir as we diral till admit tlie h Nothing established iii New Kng The very word Is an can inako If they eiin beat copaiidnR and well anil but dunt tail of him also OH CJiulj a Narratiy for ho of M God of the Hoinan Catliollc Church and he s JJield agaiiiht all Uouian Jatholic rulers and statesman who u ilihpofittion to ilony The writoSB Bjicclally hard on the exEnijicror of tho Jordan Marsli WASHINGTON AVON STS p B O F S t F O W E H beeonsuiipdMto your and chiWrere phro busineao at EVERY DAY and EYKNINO till IOEEIGN LITEEAEY Tie committee of tho Colxlon Oluli have ficcidod otfthe publication of Oowlens Elder of London have publlshoil of the Second Jj the author of that Darkling The Atlss Rhodii Brongutons Swocst has passed to a natowi edition In at old foolish price of anil a uutuorot Travels in Central ium through the lirtsu a ciitltlwt llcriuuiu Aglia an Eastern The fifth juit at 1 iJtopfili voltuno of Grlimn Ijktiouary gin Of Diets JJfx icon to Murtin Intlyr Jlftings the Aiv iart Hale of the booonp There are Hyry who arc interestod in the romaucr We there fore tnke them Chapman Hull juit tt new novel by called a Moiy unchestown In a Jiiontltlv tf of upeeinl cntitiixJ i Ibtruzione will be jjuUlished in ior the of 1ixifyKBor ESSONS OF THE Yoslinlay morning the last sermon of tho season Music Hall Society was delivered by their own for Ilia closing to gave some reflections upon The Lessons to be Drawn Jrotn tho Ho beflfii by speak Jug of the uses of the holiday In in vldFating and enlarging the and from this welt on to speak of the science of living ng amusement with each days Ho then on to consider tho crowd who attended tho lepfwlth its varied tastes and differing grades speaking in passing of the necessity of itldiug and sympathy to all im this he said would come that secret enjoyment of peace and dignity of which would make tho individual forget his trials In the triumphs of tho occasion to sharply condemn the practice of in droves In religion and in declared that tho true spirit In which man should maintain life and meet death was not by but by devout trust In God and a deep Upon this ho insisted some speaker drew a picture oftho horrors of tUo war through wo passed few yours hoping that the peace which hod and which theJu be and apos it very the i iii n wjprjd ji lie iasteng teuaimhOTitoorough iinlon with her noble mother across tho He spokb of the overthrow by Sponsor of the iiroposltlou promulgated by that population increases In geometrical while tho menus of sup port only Increase iu arithmetical and the refutation ofRfcirdos rentproposition by the discovery of the as hopeful signs of tho future and indications of iMkt of he spoke of music as relieving the highei1 emotions and of essential nso in embodying the lest aspirations of tliosoul he dwelt enthuiiluaU cally upon the jgijod tinio coming in whon n greater than Aniphion or QrpiipiiB Bhoiild urge on the when men Bhpuld begin to build for themselves the divlno city of and closed with summing up the whole moral lesson In an aspiration not to bo absorbed ill a perishing and earthly but rather BO tliat wo looked our work from that mysterious we should BOO nothing all in knowledge of yet at theSBJoment of enquiry tlm knowledge was not cotificlous It Is great mintnkc to suppose In order to teow a thing we must he ablerto prove Very many tilings are known which cannot ho proven by a process of Even oiir own existence ia not capable of such Our knowledge of God is at first un conscious Wo know but we do not know that wo know This Intent knowledge attains to intelligent apprehension at certain times and under circumstances of peculiar Sometimes it comes to us in view ing some of tho wonders or beauties of nature in tho presence of certain or in tho progress of great similar impressions may como upon In examples of extraordinary heroism or generosity in men there is a revelation of tho Tho heroisms of the recent war taught tho nation of Instruct ed us all that there was a motive power in man other than his selfish and worldly While this innate or unconscious knowledge of God may bo It Is very desirable tliat wo should have also a n conscious In the words of the wo should know tliat wo know AVo need this first as a cure for the evil of Scepticism is not n but cvl It consists In not knowing whether wo know a thing or It to a midway position between unconscious and conscious knowledge of Tho subject of it has lost innocencee of tho former state without having attained to the We also need a conscious knowledge of God as a guard against There are many who suffer great mental because they are not certain that they have tho right evidence of their acceptance with To such tho words of tho text should be nu Hereby do wo know that wo know If wo keep his command Martin Luther attributed such super stitious doubts at once to tho and ho relates n conversation which ho says he hail with that The stouthearted saint was thus addressed are you sure that you hnvo been converted to God devil I am not said but 1 am sure that I shall bo God will convert mo in his own good time if I trust It is tills strong faith that we need as inculcated in tho an obedience to tho divine By living the Christian life and doing tiie Christian work wo shall bo assured more and more of tho presence of God and attain to a con scious knowledge of THE GEE AT RELIGIOUS Tho pulpit of the Twentyeight Congregational So ciety was filled yesterday morning by who delivered nn able discourse upon tho reality of the great religious movement that has long been going on In and compared It to tho gradual rise of Christianity in the Komlsh two thousand years Science and Christianity have so altered tho look of the universe and human history to that God and Providence hoar now not to thinkers and scholars but to the great masses of the The religions trust and sense of are longing to have their new meanings made that they may ns naturally and vigor ously around thwn ns they did around the old Tho change is yet to less a change of words than of but In thought it Is greater than the similar change when Pagan ideas gave way to Chris and the gathering signs of late scorn to betray tho fact that we are actually living in a day that will by and by prove been a new religious In all such changes a moment comes whon the now thought grows so clear that It inevitably attracts to itself a new This nnmo should by the advocates of the new and It shoxild bo made to stand for a glory and a hopefulness instead of If one triesto denno religion he will of its Institutions the hero or bis thought goes on to note itleiis of dodaiid the doctrines fiSSSoHefii of Theso are soon felt to be but Tho sermon at Union tcrday forenoon was preached by Jamou His text wan from Nohemlah 8 So they read in the book in the law of Goil and gave tho and caused understand the Tho sneaker began with an allusion to tht memorable period in Jewish 400 years after the escape of tho Jews from Babylonish It was tho denlre of Nolwmiah to restore the1 Jews to their former and with tho aid of assistants he began tho work of Idea brought gladness to the hcarlti of the inhabitants of But Ezra desired that a ponse of their duty should bo cyei present to their in order that they might work Thus should it bo witli mankind at the present the mental impressions of men are vague it is necessary that they should bo mode that men may act Elegant and Intricate similes may bo used by the lint they do not serve the The Creator uses simple means to explain his and we must follow In his The Bible must be studied it repay all ro It is to Now IVuta mcut responds to the Old Tlio statements in both are reconciled to each otbeiMivheu although apparently to tho superficial Scriptural doctrines should bo They the way of Wo arc recommended to be grounded in the and not to bo tossed about la uncertainty and tho study of the Scripture is ucees snry to do this Tho penitence men is a subject which requires Tho peni tent nmn is not he who indulges in but he who is thorough and who probes his Mid spreads his faults before and asks for Christ arraigned the Pharisees by a jnimite recital of thtir ami denounced Thus must the truly penitent Ifc neliiifjwKdye his unto in titeir and through his act the burdened noul will lind All of these fallings cannot be shown by but It we act according to our powers we Hhall tlnd Tills is the only true way to To indulge in vague rcvory will be of no The need of leiinltcncBS In prayer is also apparent to every It is Incumbent upon us to bo explicit In our entrea ties to who IB never averse to detlnlivnobs in our When we consider the brevity of the Intended for the use of every It is ivonderful as of ita cover Ing all can be asked of ourklijBy we must ask of God plalnjy what we Kuhli not in husU into tho pMiwnfie of fleePrepare Connlder what your nhoulil Give careful thought to anil God will uiibwer you iu liit own The more distinct our sense of duty U1IJ more agrooablc our appeals to God will hr Those who nugluot their duty deprive tvuiaelveu ot their chief Tnntieel By ituise unlttos and tlio that dud their source in men are more alike in their religiousness than they arc however far their ideas of belief or worship may a religions reform has to bo carried on mainly in tlie middle sphere of belief it Is tho mind that has txs bo directly and if wo urge tlio reform as if the ideas were nil important instead of very Im If they to tho essence of re we make a sad It is just the mistake that so many Christians have always made of emphasizing belief as necessary tx Radicals of course do not say but they closely correspond to that when by their expres sions they urge or to urge Unless yon think as I do you are a It is very easy to be a radical ratbcVhard not to because religious t6 one whd holds thorn seem so grand and We need more for others rever Part of religiousness is roai In this day of earnest looking and that Is emancipating itself can not we try come nobler method than that which Luther tried three hundred years and so many other re formers in darker times than this Luther was brave and but narrow anil Erasmus was bitt cowardly and at cannnt Hadlcals bo brave with Luther and broadtninded with Erasmus Doctor OF James Freeman Clarke preached yesterday lorenouiifrumthetcxtof 1 it Hereby we do know that we know if we keep his command lie said that it u matter of common oli siivtlion and experience that wu have knuwlejRo o certain things which wu are jiotfuliy ouiwcious It HJKht be called latent There are mys terious tupUu In tho humun mm havi never yet been tulhomeil iu conscious CU the IKW slUUty of ibis tho cvrryduy act of memory We have on Impression or u vogue perception that we know a jvurticular Jet we cannot delluitcIy stiite ii un tlie By searching ior it ill the depths of our it CHRISTIAN preached In the forenoon at tlie Warren Avonue Baptist Church from 1st Oorlu hero are diversities of but tho samp And there are differences of but tho samo And there are diversities of but it is the same God which worketh all Iu Tho Corinthian Church Impresses us as a very pecul iar made up of persons in which certain actcrislics are very It must bo remem bered that had been converted from The apnmo found it necessary frequently to apply They were without a regular and there was a good deal of controversy ns to who should be their Ono wanted another another Peter but Paul calls them all milk and water and tells them that preachers are but instrument in Gods The or or boldness of tho various all were gifts of tho Paalls correcting other God had endowed different members of the church with Various which hud become sources of jealousy and to show them their uses us an illustration the human showing that each member is equally important to Jta In a picture gallery at Dresden is a very beautiful and every day artists may be found spend ing their time In studying Tho study of a human soul is u greater We llnd a diversity of orxru in the converMou ot n Mimy think that they must pass through the tiime experience which it dcjcribcd by some but iod phices us distinct nn imprest on each soul us on caeh humuii whoso piety was un ncMr could ell when he was Edwards Bcenib to grown into The Christian lives of some are perixurni progress until they reach whiu of others are ciiiKtantly interrupted and tiiudered by backward There are variom means Some are obliged U their way heavenward through trials and while others are led us lauilis quietly to There Is also o dltloi ence in the uisnifeEUition of Cluistiou Some tux always doubting tliek own while others arc always Tlie hlbtoricg of the leading Bible characters show great diversities of Of Abraham we know only of hiri immediate answer to Gods com mand to go forth to tho laud which he would give IIinexperience is that of and servant was the motto of his Tits other Old Testament believers had vari ous In the New Testament the saiim of experience Is The woman of Suiua rlu was converted by few wordu from as uiitny now The of Nicodeiiins IB a uiifrt intcriDting Hi hud beard of and conic secretly U him by night to enquire about vpiriiuul Af fcr Christ had hiHrucud him be ut oneo peiiiK Borne time after he In his Chris tian experience he hud gttihiTuil eouruge so that he could jJiaul the cruwo of and ho wild to the Simhcdrku DMB our law condemn any one before he is and victor of thu WSiitt u trom tho private beekur uf truth to Its bold 5lif went and we him a length miiiing with tpkxs smj preotoiu stances which it would scera would have kept him Dei you find yourselves 1 Christ It makes no difference what the i If dally yitt ate following loving are TWere is no uuii pattern of Christian gifts but the saina spirit dlveroltles of but the samei God worJceth all In DRAMATIC BOSTON lost week of the sensip begins which has been set apart for the plimentnry entertainment to the visiting members the The bill will consist of The Serious in which Miss and other favorites will and tho Skeleton In which Stuart Robson will give his popular impersonation of Captain Crosa GLOBE with its manifold and admirable will continue upon the bills until further BOSTON Yokes will in a new sketch entitled The Eight Mnn in tfie Wrong Place It abounds In comic varied by singing and and will doubtless prove as attractive Tho Belles of the but now We sketch will be prceeOM by Betssy in which Miss Jennlb BamcrS nnd Hownrd nncc before a Boston ft JAMES the Machine will continue to be tho here for the current HOWARD in wlilch the Abbott troupe will GeraW Ling the Moo Delehanty and Hongler and other favorites will constitute the attractions at this estab lishmentthrough the week CURRENT Six Congressmen ore loft nt Alarming Increase of smnllpox In Snrutogn is boring a new Three Gormnn monks hnvo been White umbrellas fleck the streets of A high wny Washington is to hnvo a Womans Mediiial Sacramento offers what It emphatically entitles Sacramental for twentyfive cents n A blind aged keeps a Pennsyl vania It takes six hundred dollars worth of gold leaf to decorate n firstclass Statistics show Cincinnati to bo the healthiest of the largo There are now very few Spanish merchantmen on the high A Detroit manufacturing establishment throws In warm dinners dnlly to its Fort Is called the Penitentiary Quito has just opened a largo with Euro pean Tho population of ilic republic of San ac cording to recent Is A manufactory of foreign postage stamps has beea stnrtcd in Several of tho boats on the Erie Canal are owned nnd run by Almost all tho great productive enterprises of tho country now hnvo their especial best fresco painter in Baltimore hns bntone nnd that is tht left No fireworks will allowed ta flffisle in Chicago on tho glorious Smallpox hero and looms to rent are two an Tanieriess to women with most the moat unpardonable Vienna furnishes the world with more ballot danc ers than any other nnd is proud of i The only money not easily gotten rid matri How to get n crush hat for put your new tile under n pile Cliicngoans have enjoyed tlie Jubilee sensibly ask for A California in a suicide case found the following verdict the lind tlit deceased was n The lira of nsoapbubMo nViic to buret b about threefourths of tho millionth of ail inch In Petersburg the temperature is indicated by its effect upon paper It is now reported nt three paper collnr A correspondent from Now Hampshire wants to a State can sue for No and moreover t is really true that Greeley Tho official statistics credit California with of an average size of 482 and u riiral iopulntion of about Thousands of letters are mailed annually in this nnd sent to tho dead letter office at Waahlng without nny direction whatever upon An Illinois Indy lately blew down into the cliiuincj f n kerosene and blew hack nd MoQnhnn is no A Minnesota Bhcrlff kindly allowed a convict to tep outsido the penitentiary to Idss Iris wito tho family tic proved so strong that ho hay not et Just one hundred years ago Newport had i greater oreign und domestic trade than New Now Newport only affords an iireun for tho display few Yorks wealth and being found recently ut a Minnesota trial of aloon keeper that twothirds of tlie jury were the District Attorney thought he had betijr vithdrnw the The Presbyterian snys the General Assembly mvio n authoritative and binding that xhorting and lending In in promise ms arc forbidden to A medium in London was Up by arriod half n and taken through a wall She says she can hardly credi Neither can any one One of our religious lys tliat it is nn excellent hues wish would mix its and nj bcCslartTthe latent iTvention of an Otiio who hus at Hist produce a cnperiur boo w hose tool is nut more than that of the euuimcii Hoiiey thieves will be glad to learn where are at SiniKgles suys the New York Worlds Jubilee cor ixspundent iu Marblehearted who drojis liiuil syllable of hla tame and simply signs him telf The tlnal if woitM fur nish a key to his paradoxical It is estimated that tho striking orguiiza lions in New York city nloua have renlizml a money loss up to the present by ncnrceelpt of their usual ol How long will nuch n pnVlcy be thought advisable by theue mistftken men A marriage took in letroit a tew s i between n sixtylive yeaiv survivor of three and a girl cf tlftc i didnt marry for after payiugtho er nud treating the crowd to tho huabaud a eent of We knew StnlggHS was going to gut s ii although he empb itic illj uiMirsd tbii lit going to git n ttbbkr to muni his nl H i pluiued the Uisbiitiuhition if torHferits by Hint he iiiLiuit a hurj nil It r to sitrtinntuJi rowed soul Statistics pay thai ihero arc mor are thun iii proportion to i i ji it i cube art1 m J i v and lees Ui thibL is Kgntrru HtlK U u il Iu 11 din of ic u Pnioi this   

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