Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 14, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 14, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX B BEPRE8ENTATIVB t USINESS HOUSES OF DUNK-IRK. A GRAND RECEPTION. AN ENORMOUS TO WEL- COME MF. STANLEY. DUNKIRK N. Y. WEDNESDAY. MAY 14 1890. far the Home. i, Mty nieeting was new yesterday in Masonic temple for FROM WASHINGTON. MR. BUTTERWORTH CRITICISES THE MEASURE OF HIS PARTY. A SEMS1BLE MESSAGE. Anew MTLDHI afACsUWE lor ruliof all of blanks is the to be Meeosataal DupaitaMat of DaakirklPrisQac Cosiaasy.t LaTXajnMtsraCoal sad Wood rard.1W Csartral Aiuaaa. oDnesiM Mieksi Plate nUsttsd. I B. OOTOaUt, fJ9 aad MB Caatral Avs Artistic PteMosmpker. isssjsrissroii Pnoujcrspha of BsUss asfeeialty. mat wail sar saassias lor Pro- i JAMS la-Tts ro- I I pndur. No. M E. (tract, sear But- Uto itraet. inuklrs. N. T. aUcailaea, Mu i.e. Pajaphlett, boasd in all OylM. IWICTT All wort ttrwts Ui th. Vtetolty of Guild Hall asylum which it is proposed to build m ftica, N. Y Grand Master John Yrooman presided. TlM-re HVBCMsVS CBOCUBI HOCSB, A sTsoleaalt aad retail deafer ia IT purled sad Chims, GlasMrars, Horao, j aad is ooaaeetioa Victor RxiCT, Sftssd 3X7 LUB etnak i 1ITT 'Joder StaM Matioaal iaaa. ouroe: asd Third >lmna. A lu Mock 01 rangm sad Oonsstie V lONKLBf A 90S, Ski caawr PsrtKular aueutios istertenac bonaa, Ssoaa( of rosu trottaDf kurm a ipcmalcy. Crowded for daas of tb. city Given the Kxplonr. Uebale LOSDOS, May M.-Tbe reception given Henry M. Stanley by the corpora- tion of tlu> city of in GnUd hall wax the jcra.ideM of all ths demonstrations that have been made In honor of the great explorer since Us ar- rival ben. Long before the time appoint- ed for tne reception the streets in the vi- cinity Qd Grant were not suspected of lack of patriotism, yt-t they favored reci- procity. There were some thinirs in the bill he aid not like. He hail known nf an indus- try thar had been able to m.ifce dividend on a capital of Pro- tection' Why, tbe counrry could in such cjwes better afford to keep -these men in the Fifth Avenue hotel, pay their board and expenses and wt them up in the bank- ng business. He favored proper prutec- lon. but these men h.-idthe world in their grip. Whc-n h- said ti.at he ili.i not favor thatfcind of prolitti.in he was told. "You are not sound on the tariff." The time has come when some little corn-em -hould be shown to American homes and Ameri- can firesides. A fcreat of employes in this country was foreim. In some fsr-ories in they were known on the roster- hy numbers because I of nnfamiliariry with their nr.rr.es. He I did not believe it was prurient to make a swetping reduction in sugar to be Ijy a bounty. In conclusion he said thatthe gentlemen were very much mistaken if they thought that the desire of M> heart was not to pass a bill in the hi-hest degree a protective What he wanted to avoid were si'i.-h features as he bad pointed out in thi.s was such a thing as paying much f.jrfin in- dustry. Such was the with tin plate The duty a tax on every patch: on every can of voods. "That tax would amount to tTjO.ouu.ixju before the manufacturers of tin plate could declare a dividend. He anxious r- that his party should not take a false step, i me He did not expect to participate much in the deliberations of the house hereafter. He was quite as ready to go out as his Democratic friends were anxious to yet rid of him when thej gerrymandered him out. He was already out they took the action. Various motions to reduce duties on borax, ethers, coal tar preparations, gela- tine, glue, isinglass, poppyseed oil. and of oil-, es were rejected. After considering IS of the l.Vi pages of the bill, the eommit- ruse and the adjourned. GOT. Hlehol. In to Grantinc ths Lottery Charter. ROCGL. May Nichols sent in a message to the general assembly ten colnmns Ions, four of which were devoted to the lottery question. concluding paragraphs are as follows: I have already alluded to an appeal to be made to the membra of the general as- sembly to avoid n-sponsibility by tinir the people of Louisiana to rote them- selves for the adoption or rejection of UN proposed amendment. Such an appeal is to give the lottery company the opportunity to go into the next campaign fortified, as it will claim to be. by the approval of this general as- sembly hy and through an immenss WILUAM GOULD i TAKEN INTO AND WHITNEY CUSTODY. and a W.trh FnBod I., labopep corruption fund, miss all the bad in tbe sure, while aad black, and by their united vofe endeavor to ride rough shod over the respectable ami worthy people. no-mail deceive let no man be derived by others u> this matter, that pre.-ia.-iy wh.tt tuw appeal The OfCHsioii is too to mince mat- ters. 1 am ad.irwsiuK men of Louisiana, who know u well as I uo, to. value of my When I say to them that, should this lottery gvt firmly planted in this state. It will hoW the puruhanable vote solidly in the hollow ef its hands forever, and through it aud by it th. liberties the. property and the honor of toe people of Louisiana are at its feet. It could make and unmak. goTernori, judges, senators, representatives, commis- sionere of eleciiun, retnrningofflcere, asses- sors, and all the officials nt its will. Merit would be disregarded, the Met for office would uot tie ability, integrity, public spirit, or worth, hut suliservency to behests of that company. Virtue would be tbe very worst bar 10 official position. I, for one. brlieve that this will never be permitted. I foresee the most direful con- sequences if th, lottery company persists in its scheme to foist ilself upon th. peo- ple- I foresee that this stntewill be shaken as il by an canhiju.'tks from ttje Arkansas lines ro the ciulf. by rea.-oa of what will be deemed mpDarre. present and future, to the people's I consider it my solemn duty to warn this general I isseiaUy, for I feel deeply that what 1 say U true. And for whom, acd for what, is all this strife to be occasioned? For the personal interests of a handful of men. many of them connected with the darkest days of the reconstruction period Anil it is for them, nod to them, that we are asted to sell out our birthright for a mess of pottage. Aa the governor of this state, ami the bead of the present ad- ministration. representing the cit- zensof tbe commonwealth who believe that the only legitimate end of govern- ment is the enjoyment of life, liberty and pretty-all three: I will never con- sent, so far as I atn concerned, that the destinies of this great state shall be placed under the control and dominion of any whatsoever, and especially that it shall pass under the control of a iimiiiutinn. and I shall exercise all the influence of my official position, at all times, to avert and avoid what I would consider H ill as well as such a dis- event. In ilmna I expect and invoke the aid and assistance of all trowl true sons of Loui-i.-uia, Wh in ai, out of this general assembly, an.l 1 fail in my efforts to preserve the -rood the welfare and the prosperity of the state no part o the respon-siliiliiy nor the shame shall res City K secure Start to JudcneaU Governor Hill Signs Capital Appropriation BUI. ALBANY, May yesterday after- noon Cnited States Marshal Lucien Tuffs arrested William Gould. Jr., tbe senior j member of the firm of Gould tc Co., law r book publishers, upon a charge of fraud- j ulent conspiracy to rob the Albany City j National bank in collusion with George P. Whitney, the defaulting bookkeeper. The Gould lirm is one of the oldest in the city, i and it is only about three years ago that the senior Gould dial, leaving a paying business aud about each to his four sons. All of these men are now charged with baring assisted In the bank defalca- tion. Gould was taken before the United States commissioner and was there told that his bail bond would be Bad at n two sureties and that his bondsmen would have to qualify for double tbe unount of the bund. Up to Iftau o'clock had not secured bail and a deputy mar- shal weut home with him. Whitney was also re-arrested jesterday at the instance of tha United States au- thorities npon a charge of having embez- zled from the bank in December, r. He was represented by counsel and wan told that he would be held upon the charge in tbe sum of that nominal amount being fixed because the ball in the other courts is sufficient. His trial was set down for Friday, May 38, aad he is now at home in custody of a marshal. The other case wjll be heard on May 36. The Goulds' store wan seized by the sheriff to aid in satisfying the confession of judgmjuK in favor of the bank. The stock will not bring the amount due. THE CAPITAL APPROPRIATION. every day in a r he is compelled and, a dark and np with brush and inhabited aii sorU of wild birds, and may we'll be termed the home of the alligator, ow ing to its quietness and dark waters, which are seldom disturbed beyond the 1 an oar Issai Market. Mesa. Lars. FMSS. Salt sad W ;uar tae Aann Railroad Watek. Bepairiu a sasdsJtv. rraak at at atoCKKB. TaUoc, Caattal Avaant KT. B.OLPU, K. D. ana 3ari e over Ly Drug Stars. Calb iaar bit lot at Lrom't. ionship meeting on the samegroundsJune The Lottery ftuineu U Profitable. NEW ORLEANS, May A. Mor- ris, for the Louisiana State Lottery com- pany, has offered the state legislature, now in session at Baton Rouge. i per annum for the extension of thecharter of the company for twenty-five years, or for the entire term. The ques- tion monopolizes political attention and will occupy the attention of the legisla- ture until dispose.! of. The fight promises to be bitter and -with the chances at pres- ent in favor of the lottery company. All the city newspapers urge the acceptance- of the bid. but a new- journal. The Delta, i which hits made its appearance and sup- I ports the governo- in his opposition to the lottery. Stone Difficulties Settled. QriM v. Maw... May stone cut- ters' committee and the manufacturers have airreed on 37 cents us the price to be paid per hour. The black-smiths are to receive ?I75 per day for a gang of men to consist of twelve and to be paid 35 cents per honr for every man over that number, nine hours tn constitute a day's work. It is understood that the cutters and black- smiths are ready to go to work now at i any time. The quarrymen have not yet I arrived at a settlement, but are expected to come to an agreement soon. i Going Back to Work. CHICAGO, May lOOof the 1 TOO employes of the Malleable Iron Works who went out on strike days ago re- turned to work, yesterday at the ten-hour and the old scale of wages. President Bailey of tne works says that he will take all of the old men back as soon as they are willing to resume work, and before to- night he exnects that the full force will be more. This Ls the only ortancein ths city re- maining unsettled. Of THE SKNATE. I WASHINGTON-, May the senate t yesterdar a conference was ordered on the house amendment to ihe dependent pen- sion bill. The silver debate was resumed and Mr. Jones of Nevada complctnl his speech. In the which followed Mr. Jones declared that frff cx.inaf.-e of silver would nut drive _rold out of the country. When a 7'J-cem ilollar was mentioned Mr Jones decl.sred that he did nut knuw what that meant: had never seen a 7v'-cent dollar. Mr. Jones of Arkansas made a against the bill, ati.i in the course remarks intinrUed tljat it was a Republi- can caucus measure. Mr. Teller assured him that he was mis- taken. Mr. .Tones of Arkansas said he knew that Mr. Teller would nnt support the bill, but every other Republican senator had agreed either in cxinference or caucus, to vote for it. Senators Ingalls, Allison and others spoke up and said that was not the fact. Mr. Allison said it was not a caucus meas- ure, but came fri.i.i the finance commit- tee, members hjth parties taking pan in its preparation. Mr. Ham- iK. said it wa.a not a caucus measure. The bill went over until to-day. On motion of Mr. ment to the anti-trii.-i bill recommit- ted to the judiciary committe for some improvement in its woniitig. Fighting Compulsory E.larmtlon. CHICAGO, May first more in the Lniheran church plan to jro into politics for ths purp.w of attacking the compul sory ednr-atii.n was made Monilay when ommissioner Senne an nouncei! him-, ii a candidate for state sen ator. At t! of tne Ijath. eran synod it wa.s deter mined tc put up t-u, udates for the legis- lature in certain distivTs where the Luth- eran church is the strongest, pledged to vote for repeal of the law. particular clause sjme-1 at is the one requiring that all the common branches be taught ia ihe English language, and this is the one the church desires atricken out. FitaJ Boiler Explosion. SHAMOKIN. Pa.. May H.-By the ex plosion of ihe b..iler of a locomotive on the the engineer. Hegle- genz. and fii. n. Charles Kauffman, were instami, aad Conductor eac-r ..as probably fatally in- Jnreti- Ti'e engine was Hearing Slymokin course of his I a heavy train. Kauffman noticed from boiler leaking into the fire boi. He a, the engioesrof the danger, but the holl. exploded before means could b- taken to prevent it Yeager was riiUng in the engine cab. After an executive se.ssion the senate ad- journed. An Attempt to Belease the CHICAGO. May application will be made in a short time to Judge Gresham for a writ of r-orput for the release from the penitentiary of the convicted Anarchists Fielden. Schwab and Xeebe on i the ground that the prisoners are detained without due process of law. Gen. B. F. 1 Butler, who is regularly retained as asso- elate counsel in the case, says the Anarch- j Its are illegally held, and advises an appeal to the Uaiteo. .States supreme court on the ground that ibey were not notified of the adverse decision of the United States In Mr. Interett. LoCTsYiLLE. May Democratic caucus in the seti.itorial race at Frankfort met Mondny night, bat did nothing ex- cept appoint i-nmmitrws. o.nd decided that no election shoul-1 i- allowed till a nomi- nation has swjnred. There was an enthusiastic here in favor of Carlisle. SpetcLes- uiade by ei-Con- gressmHU .-.nd c. A committee to go tt. Frankfort in Car- lisle's interest. Emln-i Kipedit.on Delayed. ZAN-ZIDAE. May EmiuPasnaex- pedition to the int-rior ef Africa has met with nnforseen difBculties. The expedi- tion left Bagamiyo April 38. and has only reached a five days march from the ctMit. It haa beea greatly de- j laved by the death of a number of porten and the desertion of many others. GOT. Hill th. MeMur. hut Bar. It Should Appropriate Mora. ALBAST, May Hill signed the capitol appropriation bill and Hied the following memorandum with it: -This bill appropriates a total som of for work upon the capital, and creates a commission consisting of tbe lieutenant governor and the state engineer and surveyor, who is associated with the capitol commissioner. Perry, in tbe con- trol of the work. There is no objection to the amount appropriated, except that it is insufficient. By the terms of the bill a large share of the money is required to be used indispensable repairs, in furnishing parts of the building already completed, and in effecting necessary alterations in portions constructed yean ago before Commissioner Perry was erer appointed, leaving only a balance of 175 toward the legitimate progress of completion of the capitol. The amount ia only applicable towards the construction of the western staircase from the second to the third floor and for work npon the corridors adjoining that staircase on the first and second flours. "It will be seen that tbe amount actually appropriated ia wholly inadequate towards accomplishing very much towards the substantial completion of the capitol. The construction of a single staircase, and only one story of it each year, is an unbus- inesslike performance, and it is character- istic of the methods which have been pur- sued by the legislature ever since IS84. The capitol should be completed at the earliest possible time. The needs of the state, in the interest of true economy, and the natural pride of our citizens, all unite 'n demanding chat the capitol of our state ihould no longer remain in an unfinished condition. No good business man would conduct his own private affairs as the leg- islature has managed the work upon capitol during many years. The selection again of a commission to be associated with Commissioner Perry is to be regret- ted, and that portion of the bill is re- garded as objectionable. There is no ob- jection to the personnel of the commission, bat any commission whatever is unneces- esaary." The Valkyrie Will Not Ram. _NEW YORE, May New York Yacht club has just received a letter from the Earl of Duaraven, the owner of the English yacht Valkyrie, which sets at rest all speculation with regard to an national race for this season. He gays tt is absolutely impossible to race for the America's cup under tbe present deed of gift and expresses regret that the New York Yacht clnb refuses to recede from position taken in the matter. Lord Dunraven in another letter declines an in- vitation extended by Stephen Peabody of this city to bring the Valkyrie here and enter her in private races. He saya he annot afford to give up the racing at home to engage in private matches here. President Andmoa'i Will. ROCHESTER. N. Y.. May will of .he late President Anderson of the Univer- sity of Rochester was admitted to probate yesterday. After providing for an annuity of tfiOO a year to Joseph G. Gilbert and (600 a Euretta D. Gilbert of Newton, El., the will bequeaths the remainder of the estate if to the University of Rochester orporation, "for the sole use and benefit Df said university forever." The instru- ment is dated Feb. only a few days efore the testator's death. For several weeks Tim Smith noticed a large alligator, whose i back was filled with and I long green mots. The alligator was never known to demonstrate any fear, and would not get out of waj under any consideration, allowing him to row rather close toward him. Becently, when Smith started for town, he put a Winchester rifle in his boat for the express purpose of giving his 'gatorehip a load of cold lead. When opposite Buzzard Island the al- ligator reappeared, and, rowing to within easy range, Smith fired five shots at the saurian, all of which seemed to take effect, for the alligator made a terrible flutter in the water, and turned over on its back. Three days later Smith found the dead alligator Coating near by, arid, tying a rupe about its head, lowed it to the Edgewater grove, when the alli- gator was found to measure 16 feet 3f inches in length, two bulk having en- tered thfe skin just back of the head. Smith then set to work and skinned the aaurian for market, when to bis .Take in a Worker. Miss.. Kilraia _ xvoon'n sijirt he wears indicates that he is trriuz ro -.rain riowu. He tipped the beam at pounds. The saw mill is not afraid of work and takes ly kind that comes to hand. pelled. Cortott Accept. FSASCISCO, May It Professor Janes Corbett said in reply to Prank llvered so opinion in the case of Stephan- son Archer, ex-state treasurer, in which it of Uw- is held that Archer cannot be tried for (embezzlement. Tbe argument was on a demurrer to the indictment charging him with embezzling from the Savin's challenge to him to box before -_- she Pelican cinb Jxwdon that he conld The state m" now to Ktf upon ths malfeasance case at Annapolis. j ut LNMllSIe, the new explosive, exploded at factory for the manufacture of arms and muni- tions at Avigliana, fourteen miles west of Turin. Fourteen persons were instantly 3d many others were injured; some not meet for one JMT owing to his contract with the Olympic club, which has that length of time to run. Beady for Work. ftOCHKETSB, H. T-, May general convention of the Order of Railway Con- ductors held its first session in the city So luriasi la Tet. NKW TOBK. May agirnts of UM doctors held its first session in the city Five Yean for Kamboalcmmt. ail coal companies met jwterday, but ad- No business was done ex- Bo8TCaf, May 14.-C. P. who joonad wtUumt taking action on the pro- prelunmary committee work and pleaded guilty to embezzling from posed takcnssv of It was reported presentation and reference of tbeoffi- O. H. and W. A. Buckley, ins tlttt proofs of cutting by iif the oert1 The convention will get to ageats, was sentenced to five ye pnrsoted ao advance being orderad. work in earnest to-day. prison. i A Becelvar Appointed. HARRISBCBG. Pa., May 14.-Attomeys for the American Lift Insurance company of Philadelphia have filed with Judge tataUy'________________ amonton an admission that the company Committed is insolvent, and the court adpointed the 'STHArrw ic v m.Jw VT SSfflssM velver, in the right side tha throat. Cause, insanity. St. Clair Twaaty Tasn. KEW TOBZ, May St to twenty year, fa. Sing Sing for UDtog ms wits Joosaaavsv A Strike Settled. ArcrsTA, Me., May granite utters' strike at Hallowell baa been set- led. The cutters conferred witb tbe com- pany. agreeing on priceswh.ch the cutters ratifled, and it was voted to return to work. The strike was on two weeks. great surprise the darky came across g human skull, perfectly formed and unbroken, but owing to the supersti- tiousness of the negro he stopped skin- the alligator, which operation was fin- ished by a white employe on thegrove. Further diisectiou brought to light a gold watch bearing- the initials "O. L. T." The skull and watch are now on exhibition at Fry's taiidenuy store. Who the unfortunate man was no one seems to know, as the initials are not familiar aoout here, but it is sup- posed that he was some sportsman who, aloue. was attacked and devoured by the alligator, as is quite often the case with northern tourists who come to Florida and navigate its without a guide to keep them from the dark aud dangerous tributaries that empty into the St. John's. -Palatka Herald. Bill and tbe LJM Both A large lynx made a visit to Bill Kelts cabin on the Emerald and made a lengthy fact, Mr. Lynx U there yet The animal was attracted by some meat that was hanging out side the door of the cabin. There was no lock or bolt to secure the openilfe-. and while it was climbing up to reach the meat the door swung open and al- lowed the lynx to UouiiUer in. where he proved a genuine surprise party to BilL who was whiling awav the hours by reading tiger stories. It was hard to tell which was the most surprised the lynx or the man. but the former evidently thought Bill meant business when it saw him reach for the ax, aud at once made a spring. For several minutes they fought at close quarters, and at last Bill broke away from the beast aud climbed up on the sleeping buuk, where he could get elbow room to swing his weapon On came the lynx, but missed his footing This was Bill's time. As the animal made another spring for the bunk, the ax was swung aloft and the pole was brought down on the skull of the ani- mal with the usual -dull, sickening thud." The lynx dropped in a heap and Bill came down from his perch to find that his blow had smashed the skull. The animal was stone dead. Keffs clothes were torn to tatters, and he says the lynx weighed 150 pounds. We are promised one of the paws which covers a surface larger than a man's hand, and shall be pleaded to show it to any one who doubts the Miner. Me.ltab.1 Costa-. Thl. Mortal CoU. Aunt Mehitabel Coffin, not than a short generation ago. lived in a cold old house down on the coid of Cape Cod, with a houseful of rather frigid maiden ladies, her sisten and nieces. a little unast- m her mind. Aunt Mehitabel re- solved thai she would battle no lonfssT with aii mclement world. She nounced to the family one- pw cold morning that she had her mind to commit suicide. "Law's exclaimed her er sister Abigail incredulously" "how do you think you'w going to kill your- self, Meliitabrif" "The most nafral way 'round said Aunt Mehitabel with a ihjrsjr "is to freews to death. An' that's way I'm goin' to do The rest of the family laughed hep to Bnt when she had made all her preparations to go, aud had even given away her Paisley shawl aud her string of gold beads, their skepti- cism turned to alarm. It began to look as if she were actually in earneR. next niftht the thermometer wont down almost to zero. Aunt Mehitabsl told them all a wailing good by about 9 o'clock in the evening-, aad went up to the spare room, which was of course the coldest room in house. She pul up the window, tat on the sill, and hung her feet out i'ato the icy north wind. There was no man in the household, and no woman strong enough or bntva enough to compel Aunt Mehitabel to get bark into the room. So the i and gathered about, llli> i '.a _J ..la f of spavre In J.welrj. The gift of almost any foolish, dang- ling bit of jewelry makes a woman happy, but if some one chances to give her just now a funny little gold heart, like the old fashioned carnelian ones our mothers wore, she slips a fine gold chain through the lover's knot that makes the loop, and hangs it about her neck, if its a locket, or pins it on the frout of her gown if it's a brooch and feels herself just the happiest wo- man in all the world. For, you see, in room. By and by the suicide began to show signs of uneasiness ia her perch at window. she said. "Iguess it'j'bout'i easy to freeze to death on the floor M 'tis out here." She crept back into the room and crouched down upon the hard floor moauing and cuniplaininjr. By tha time the other women of the house- hold bad tied back into the way, and stood waiting in the dark- ness. "Beats they heard Aunt Me- hitabel murmur presently, "how hard this 'ere old floor is! I I'll sit on the rug." She moved to the rug and set up a new of world weary lamanta, tions: but after she had sat there for some tirrii? and had experienced DOM of the positive symptoms of to death shf- rose anu down on foot of the "This damp, old bed always waa nousrh to frw-ze anybody, and I guess it'll fetch she exclaimed, "if any- thing will." Presently, almost without her own consciousness, shf sank down upon the bed. and then one of her niecaa glidod mu, the room and softly cotv ered her with a quilt. "Oil, deur: Oh. Aunt MebJ- shridwd. -I'm goin' to steep, an' that's a sure sign I'mfreezin' to death. Good-by to a cold, cruel by, good by Aunt Mehitubel slept soundly until morning, and awoke in a greatly im- proved mental condition. She did not renew her attempt at suicide, and never m.ide any reference to it as as she lived. Topeonle who are born to commit Aunt Meliitabel's method of e ihufflmj off is poi-haps to Boston Transcript. recom- Thing. One Cawot Mora. "Yes, wo are going u> move." said a youn? woman to a friend she met on the street car. "Fred thinks we a larger house as the children are get- ting aloujc. But it is hard moving. It tears tilings up by tbe roots so. We've lived in that ten years, woodwork and there's one strip of in the front room that I'd like to take with me." "Is it the friend, with interest. "Yes. U has height of the chil- dren notched on it from the first year up to now. But there's one missing I 'Arty so high.' in gone, I mean that- thai he is the one we lost, and that rec- ord of five years is-all-thals New York IMIav.tlt? of Betas; a Baptist. It is hard to become a real old fash- ioned Baptist in New York The running stivams in it lued to be necessary to be baptized are all w a she has very latest ornament that monopolized within tramped over by Suod, of The of It nuty be of gold without ornament- auou, her name be j "ne pretty sentiment' churches that stick to the old form new scale of prices gives the men 30 cents i on tJie other, or it may have (and then bantism i, i honr with nine hours for a day', work she is blest a eight hours on Saturday. This is a I the o-nii-r i set in the colored people, find it every year omplete victory for the mer, j with noredJIDetilt to find a place at whicli iquor license recently panted to John by tbe selectmen of Dracut has revoked as the result of a conference "letweea Lennon and the selectmen of the The town will refund the as license by Lennon. The action of he selectmen is not in accord with public -mtiment. Hibernlana- Aaoaal CoarrratiaB. NKW YORK. u-The forty-first an- ivention of the Ancient Order of "in well if ble just Sun. have is quite aa fashiona- now. -New York Evening i whioh to 'mmerse them, and they must the grounds at tbk- New York Son The record for the largest amount of butter produced by a cow in one Tear been broken by a cow owned" by -J" with three' with Even in so dreadful an affair as that at Louisville the telegraph liar must get in work. The vivid description of a rate between a passenger train and the cyclone U the veriest bosh. years rowws ot L bicago was made teinnnnrv ilx chairman, IMNEYS .-t .VROMC S09T- NF PEARL TOP O, GEC A MACBETH CO.. wen aononnea owned by William 7' NaahTille, Tean. Morrow of all over the state at thai boui-. and proved himself a poor liar. --Detroit Free Press: AND ARE Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. 1 WSPAPEM ;

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