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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania Den 111 NINTH YEAK-NO. 247. LOCK HAVEN, PA�. .DECEMBER 17. 1890. PKICE-TWO CES^ EVENING EXPRESS KIHBIAB BBOTHKK8 - --PPBUgmiBg TBX 'WB4TBEB. Tin taltgrsph win* are dowo eut of VillUmtport, oaDseqaeDtlT no f orenat of the WMtber wu naelred from WuhmK-tOD to^v. At the Philadelphia and Krie B. R. telegraph atatioo, a speoial baUetio �M noeWed tbia noroios at 4 o'olook, wtaioh reada aa toUowa: Enow followed by olairiog colder weather, nortboestetly wloda. CURRENT COMMENT. Peoflx who wiahed for an "old faaU loned" winter are haTing their wiah gratl-Bed in a manner that oaght to satisfy the Boat exacting. Cou)intL Calyib S. Bbice is kicking np a row becanae be was ennmerated by a oenana taker in New York city. Bat a man ia ennmerated. where be lives, not whare he baya a Senatorship. Thb Govaraaeot reTanuas from tba poatal department last year were (60,858,-OOO, or moeh more tbao the total reTcnaes of the country for many years daring the rly part of the century. Qesbbai. Robebt T. Lee's birthday, Jaanaiy 19tfa, is now a legal holiday in Vbrgiaia. The proper celebration of the day la now under disoaasion among the Confederate veterana oi Richmond, who expect to hare a military parade on the nnWarsary, The abairman of the Hoase Committee oa Immigration dectarsa that the proposed lagislatioa doea not reatrict immigration, bat aifta it. That u exactly what U needed. Tbsre i* no need to close the doora of Caatle Garden to men and women who will make deairable citizens. mmm countt mi Foil FaiticukiB of tlie Finoncial Ota&b. at Olearfieia Tegteiday. �X-SH!fATOE WAILAOE GOES UBBEB. Thb original offer for the Cherokee Strip waa 10,000,000. Within a week it haa bean raised to (35,000,000. As it is admitted that the country ia wanted only for grazing purpoaee, it is apparent that there ia atill money in the cattle busioeaa, Dotwltbatanding the diaadrantages under wUeh it haa been alleged to ba laboring reaently. Or course, a newapsper man who haa hoata of frtenda all o*er the country le neaied for the pciaition of Chief of the Department of Publicity and Promotion at thaWorld'a Fair, and Uajor Uoaea P. Handy anawera to that description and meets with the other reqnirements belter perhaps than any other man whose serr-ioe* could have been secured. � SoMB iron works at Findlay, Ohio, eloeed on Baturday, but oar Ff�e Trade frianda cannot rejoice oyer the eTant, becanae it waa not due to the HcKinley bill, but to the inoraaseil price of natural gas. It moat worry our f rienda of the opposition to Bod this product steadily adTano-ing in price, although it is entirely Ignored by the HcKinley tariff. Pabsell's rule or ruin policy is running flat in the latter direction. It has caused, flrat, a epilt with Qiadatoue and the aicri-floe of the Liberal alliance; second, a split in the Irish party itself, and, third, the abandonment of the effort to raise funds in this country, which was proceeding with gratifyiog suecess when the sctlon of t'js leader stopped it snddeoly. Thbbb an eeventeen million dall&rs In tUver half dotlari in the United HUtes Treasnry, which the Treaaurer is unable to get rid of. Tbase coins are not a legal tender for anms orer ten dollars, hence it ladifllsult to-get them into cirouUtion. A* a iMt icaort the DirsaCor of the Hint naoameada the reeoinage of theae half Mlat* into dimes and quarter* for which there always is a ateady demand, Thb colored woman in Qrand Rapids who refused, at the laat moment, to marry a well to do white man, and chose in praferenee a black suitor for a husband, ahowed-an amonnt of sense that deserres oradit. The lawa in the Northern titstea �o longer prohibit such unions, and it was perhapa wiae that the legal prohibition waa rsmared, bat the legality of such marriages cannot efface the fact that they mnat, as a rule, be attended by maob un bappinees. The paat week has been ene of Snanoial aneaalneaa, and much apprehension haa baan felt for the future, yet BradttreeCt report but three hundred and forty-one fUIana thnrogboat tha oonotry, against three bandrsd and seventy for the corres-poading week last year, when there waa m paala and no thought of one. The ex-ptouHpn i*tkat half a dosen important failuraa, which attract attention, will do more to alarm the public and destroy con-fldenee than a hundred smaller ones which may pass unnoticed._ Ttaay west a Ftm Bridie. The people ! Willismspott and South VilliaDBport are H>t*"ng the queation of fiM bridgaa, and a meeting will ba held -to-nigtitto aiaeois tb* proper mode of pcoawiiin. BIWBOona aUorta will b* �adatoMonMlrwV*^ j" '''"O"'"' Be OeU Canaht In tbe Xlaht Maaejr Market aad la Foresd to Asilsn-Tti* UabU-lUM Said to Be 350,000 aad the ASMU About S06o,0ao-JiidBe Knba, Mr. Wei-lace** S�n-ln-lAw Also AMlcna. Cleabfield, Beo. IG.-Ex-Senator William A. Wallace made a general aaaign-ment to-day for the beaefit of his creditors. The ClearSeid Coanty Bank, ezoln-stTsly under Mr. Wallace's control, has the following notice tsckcd on the front door: "W. A. Wallace hae made an assignment for the beaefit of his creditors. All depositors are secared by a prior moit-gage and judgment to T. B. Hurray and othera for their use." Hu liabilities are given ont at $350,000 and bis asseta at 1600,000. There are entered (160,000 in judgmente. Excessive stringency in the money market is given aa the cause of the failure." The assigness named in the deed of aa-aignmeot are his sun, W. E. Wallace, his son-iu law Allison O. gmitb, and S. J. jH. UcCarrell, of Harrisburg. Among the judgments entered are the followiog: In favor of Fletcher Coleman, (33,600; Thomas L. Wallace, (33,000; Harry P. Wallace, m trusta for W. A. Wallace, (19,900. A feeling ot oautioo aod general depression prevails here to-day. Tha other banks are all right. CLEAByiKLD, Dao. 16.-The Clearfield County Bank closed iU doois tbia morning. The depositors are made safe by a mortgage 00 real estate for three times the amount of the deposit. The owner of the bank, ex-Uaited States Senator William A. Wallace, has appointed S. J. H. MoCarrell, of Harrisburg, and W. E. Wai-lav and A. O. Smitli, of Clearfield, aa-sigaees. Liabilities, (850,000; assets, (650,000. Ex-District AtlMney HeCarrell, one of the aasigoses. Is Kr. Wallace's brothsr-iu-law; W. E. Wallaoe ia bis son, and A. O, Smith a Clearfield friend. Those who know of Ur. Wallace's finauciai ooadltion say that he will pay all of bis debist and that everybody will be aattafied. his colobado en . Erebs, the son-in-law of Senator WalUoe, has assigned for the benefit of bis ereditor*. Uis liabilities will probably reach (18,000 but his asseU will be ample to meet every dollar io time. Bis asslgnses have not yet been anaounc-ed. . He ie indebted to various patties for borrowed money to the extent of about (14,000. Wallace had endorsed bis notes, and when the latter made an assigamsnt Jadge Krebs was forced to do likewise. THEBB WIM, BE KO'cdNIESt. " The Vltae Haa Expired for Glvtnc MoUce to CoDaraSfmao Bopklna. From the WliUamspon Gazette and BnUetln. The time for giving notice of a contest for the Sixteenth distrist seat in Congress bas expired, and in spito uf ail statements to the contrsry there will be no contest. Mr. Elliott could not ccniest now, even if he deafred, and the organs will have to accept the situation. Beotion 105, of the Revised Statates~"bf the United States, reads as follows: - WbeseT*r�i9:pei*aa Intends to contest the eleetlon of any perm lothe House or Rcpfe. �enuuves or the ITnlted States, be shall, witb-m thirty days after the result or the election flliall have been determined by the oAoer or Board of Canvassers aotborlsed by law to de. termlne the saiae, give noUce In writing to the memlier wtaoseseat he deslgha to contest, of bu Intsnuon to contest tbe same, and, in sacb notice, stiall specify partloalarly the gronniis upon which he relies to conlest. Section 106 requires the member on whom notice bas been lerved, to answer the lame within thirty days after sarvice, admitting or denying the facta alleged, and stating apeoiflcally any other gronnda on which he rests the validity of his elec> tion, Ur. Hopkins not fakVifag.liseii notified of a contest, within tha specified thirty daya will not makeau answer #itbin tbe ensuing thirty days, but on tha ocatrary be will go to Waabingtoo.and wbio the Fifty-second Congress convenes will be foand in his seat. Something baa been aaid by the aforementioned organs about notice having bean filed at Waahingtoo. Nothing .but tbe moat inexcusable igBoraaM would warrant ahch a atatemaat. tba Fifty-second Congress will be the jadge of its own representation, and as that body dose not yet exist it is not In a position to be notified of anything. There ia nobody at Wasbingtoo anthorixed. to raoaive each notice, sad any statemaote about notice being sent there is the silliest of twaddle. Ur. Hopkins was honestly and fairiy elected, and Mr. Elliott by hi* silence accepts the tesali H* is a geotlemsB of too much honor to rnsh pell, mell into a caoaaliss figb^ and by bli action shows that he haa too much good sense to pay any attention to those who have undertaken to force him into making a contest. ' \ / The qaestion being now aettled beyond any doubt it will be in order for those who bsvo shown such keen, though shallow, interest, to aa gracafully aa poaible, put another layer of wool on tbe bandage over their eyes. XaUonal Coaaervatory of Mnslc. Tbe Semi-Annuat Entrance Examinations of the National Cooaat^atory of Hu-, ai* of America will take plao* as follows : Yoise-Monday, January 5,1891, from 0 to 13 a. m., 2 to S and 8 to 10 p, m. Piano-Tueaday, Jiuinary 8, from 9 to 12 b. m., 2 to 5 and 8 to 10 p. m. Violin and other Orcheatral lostromenta -Wednesday, January 7, from 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 8 to 10 p. m. Ths National Conaervstory is grsatly inttirasied in all thoae who have a diapoai. tiou for music. Applicanta may apply as above.. . . ' Bank to b* Closed. Remember that tbe First National Bank will be closed to morrow afternoon from one o'clock, and will not be reopened again until Friday morning. The bank will be closed, oat ofntespoat^or tba. lata T..C. Eiatzing. Tba press of the priocipal cities of tbe country with one scoord bestow unstinted praise on the comedy of " The Two Thieve*." It ia full of all the brighi popular joosic of the day.' It i* said, ti> contain more novelties than any abow on the road. It is directed by a great metropolitan manager, played by a great and magnificent eompany^ beaded by one of tba cleverest of comedians, Ur.Jao;J. Kennedy. At the Opera House, Saturday, Deo. 27th. HBW8 ABO BOTBS. In Boston Monday His* a*r.trude Keil recovered a verdict of t%000; from the Boston Oas Light compaoy ft^-injarlc* ra-oelved by falling through a trap door left open by the company's employes. Urs.-JameB LewiN 67 years of age, who was alone in her hoois a few milte froib Altoooai Pa., was'assanlted by unknown persons on Saturday and received injuries hicb caused her death yesterday. Howard Hull, aged 11 years, died in IUading,Pa., Monday, from the Ifeeta of a pistol shot wound la th*' h*s<t reoaived St the bsnds of John F. Fair, agsd 16 years. -?air, who la. ini ciiita : >. i At a meeting of wealthy Arcb'^oitiz'sns !n New York Monday it was decided to form [a silk growing and fruit raising.syn-dioate in this country, which will give employment to all Arab immigrants. A lawyer named Scndder was iu&tracted to peisocaily inspect certain tract* of land in Pennsylvania and Arizona, with power to negotiate fpr tbe purcbaae of such tract aa ba'iaaj decide to .btCmoat feaatbia, Mady oaitivaByriaiiaateN urging tbair-ooontry. mio to^'anlglato to Uif tToltad Bt4t*� and <iot(�lh��yidleat& �} � V. cmcipYiNsmTE TLe Thirty-SAIi imaiL OathsriJig of tbe TaaobaH at (Siiiton Oonnty. rSOOEEDDiaS UP TO HOOH TO-DAT .Ton d taDoot fail of being an Inoentlva toward greater and renewed eOort in the d*v*lopmant of moral aharaater. Hi** Amelia Fea'told how"Bilganon the Rhine" waa ratd In a Oonntry echool. U waa wall saaaiead^j'liacaadii Prof. Gobble t**nmed hi* topic of �UentanSel(aM,*J y ooa- hnndted steWopticon vAws of fla'eminent Commanders and the decisive battle* fonght At th* close of her lecture two of the ecenee from her lecture on "Christ in Art" Christ Before Pilste," and Christ da-soepdlng tha ataps of the aounsU ebambar of I^laite,-7-warspr*eabted aiid'explained. wedsesbat HOBKISa. Owing to the inclement weather the informal *e**lon that pteoedee the regular doe did not take place this moroing. After aiaglng "Hoaeetcad," and Prayer by Rev. J. A. Wood, Prof. Gobble gave biB Dual talk. Imagination 1* the line that make* progre**, and aothe world movea'fotwi^^on thaltnii of imaglnatioD, aod all iiBin'OTement* are' made by tha oaelof that faonlty of the mind. Tha creation'of niar*'understanding is real, but the creation of tbe Imagination i* ideal. Every progrissive tescher placea beioie himaelf an ideal model and atriyea jvltb might to live this Meal moder in nal sshoal life. Be then made a few remarka on spontaneous aod reflective memory. Prof. Cougblin took up ths topic of .Geography. : Ha ,alked tba, qaeatioa: Whether 'Geography is mainly a tkougb't p*;�-momor^^*ta*J� Hi thinta it a thought stud^. AM study should bare a oaaststa:bai*|i';i*a.homo and IM aur. rounding is the soncret* bssis of tbia stady, TEinklaf ii ahaply atudjingtbe relation of one fact to another. Imagination ia the chief aid of the ingenloua teacher In teaching this subject. Institute joiaedj^in aiogiag "Aatamn Woods,'' after wbfib a brief reoeiM was given. His�^ Fee favored the addleDde with "Asleep at the Switah." Her NoitaUoD* are well received an^ makajanj spjoyabla Interroption in the regular routine of work. .PTof..O,_W.,^it!Ph�lUiO' ">e Normal iihol4,,gav*!a*ekrIa�*tJ, :Beck, Libbie LyUf, Annie B.L*y. Eaat Keating-Annie Habooey. Lamar-D. J. HoNjaul, Cora Snyder, Heme Conley, L. L. Hartman, Osner B. Bills, Daniel Herr,Wm. A. Snyder, Kate Caldwell, W. W. Herr. Logan-W. D. Keratottor,Hattie Heller, A^ex. Greninger, William Niebols, W. Howard KeppUr, Edward Heggenataller. Loganton-R. Berry, W. B. Beck. Hill Ball-B. B. Pora, Charlotte A. Dillon, Amy E. Vandyke. Lock HavaBT^phn A. Robb, W. J. Wolverton, Saiiie �. Rhodes, Annie U. Womer, John P. Anthony, laaac Bamberger, J. U. Foray,. Edward Weiden-hamer, Sadie E. E. Probat, Bertha Has-toller, Ada Waldron, Annie Brunner, Julia MoCabe. Sadie Wynne, Hre. O. H. Emery, Jennie Danaldson,Cbrissie Haber-strob, Clara Wagner, Maroe Benry, Miii. oie Benry, Mary Kean, Mamie Armstrong, Peari KIspp, Jennie Waltere, Lulu Alla-bach, Lizsie Robb. C� Noyes-H. B Bmlg, Ada Monroe. Lulu L. Lowry, Cora Brecaler, Mina Bollinga-woith. Pine Creek-laaac HcClcakey, Kmma Zahn, Hn. �. J. Shaffer, Bertha McGhse, Ida DeHsss, Msry Crawford, Id* Winters, HameMcNemey. Porter-Clara Kline. Cora Kline, Maude Dibler, J. S. Barter, Kittle Downey, A. A. Pleteher, Haggle Laudenalager. Renovo-Oharlea Kelley. C. W. Gar-denler, Hary DieSeBbach, Hyitle Kendig, Aonie Stanffer, Hary R. Ball, Hary E. Lafferty, Tbrese Oieffenbaoh, Hullie UcCann, Hand Bandera, Agnea Nicholaa, Agnea Harr. South Renovo-Edith H. Greene. Wayne-Nellie Chatham, CbarleeWolfe, Haude Snyder, George O. Hickoff. Woodward - Lizzie Qronette. Nallla Nowalt, Anoie H. Weaker, Hattia Shoemaker, Helen O. Laaa. Woodward Ifad-Bmaa J. Byao. S. X, 9a^ TRANSFimeS of a da!. H*ws!:of Intaresf! for.:OaT Many Beideis to Peruw. THE LATEST LOOAL HEWS BUUETIH A Beat Baow gtona-Thay Bad Thaiv Ho- waa Mo Qaornm-A Chtbtmaa Day r�-tade-Solac for CBrlstaiae TM**-tBsy WIU Bay anas. The snow etbrm predicted in tli* weatb' er foreoast given Io yeaterday'a. Exfbbs* began u 9 o'olook laat night and at one o'clock tbia afteraooo oontlnned with fOry unabated. At tbat boor the anoW wa*: over a foot deep. Tbe etorm is a rsgoUr old f**bion*d asow, with many of. th* eharaotoriatica of a "blizzard." The wind blow* stiff from the noitbeaat aiid tbeaaow la heavy and pack* ..eloady a* it faiia. The tolegrapb wirea aaat of thia city are out of gear, and there if so oom-mualoatioo with the onteide ,world, to-day by tolegrapb. The railroad tratoa |^*r-allyhave b*en "oo time." Eariy thia morning track foremaa John Consadii bad hi* force of men at work oleaplDg the depot platform* and removing the anow from theyard ewitebca. The mailoaixiaia found their dotle* a burden to tbam and tbB.BJde walkp.aovered with the taiittifol to suab an extent that whan ihay oanaio from a trip over ther routes thiey wan al most azbsusted. Rubbar bootsara.in ^a-j mand and snow abovels ara at a piensiniB. Appo Prothonotaty John F. Frown jhaa ^ cided to appoint a* Dcpaty ProtioaOtaiy Ur. John Clark, a young gantlemao wboj for a aumber of years bas been dark to' tbe stone of Jaoob Smith. The appoint-! meet of Hr. Clark waa Beee**lt*ted by County Treasuter 8. W. Caldwell baTing deoidad to appoint Ur. Jamea A. Woaal tba preeaot Deputy Prothoootary, deputy Coanty Treasurer. Mr. Clark entaredtha! Prothpnotary'a olBce tbia moraingin order to fsmiliariza himsalt with tha dint-j lea tbat be will ba oalled npon to paifbrm after January let,. He is a deaacvlng young man, a fine penman, and will no doubt make an efBctent deputy; Sx-Dap-utrSbBriff James A. W*n*el whom Hr, Caldwell will appoint as Deputy Traaa-urer, bas a host of friuid* who will be pleaaed to bear of his promotion, la the puMia poaitloo* wbicb habaa bantofore baaa plaaad Hr. Wensal baa bean poltta and obl^icg aa wall, aa eUsiaDt, aad lb. Caldwell oould aot have iaada a .batter appointment.___ "Oilmae'Oellainaor." ^ Jamea B. Mackis will be aeen. for the first time here Friday night aa "Billy Grimea," who owna tha CellarOoor in Thoa. Addiaoa'A bright aiasieal liatlwqa*, �Grimes'Cellar Door." ThU attraafion baa been entbusiaatloally teoelved by very large andtanoea wherever preaented. Tha company oarry almoat a whole earlo^ of special soenery and a tm performanae is a matter of fact. i Piss�ata� with a BelL Blectrioian J. �. Kelley yestorday.pia-aented the Toung Hea'a Cbristiaa Aap-ciation with an aleotric bell, or gong, aad flxturaa. Tbe gift ia oae tbat tbe Asaoeia-tion will appnoiate. - : LodK* to Be 9f(MUi*�i A lodge Of tha Beaavolaot Pcetoetira Order of Elks will be orgaaized ia: tkia oity in the neir fi^loi�b: .Tha. orgaiiiza-tion will ha effected wltti twenty otairter membei*. _ May Win Bay a �!*�. �. ) Hemtaar* ot this Uaton Veteras Legloiii of this etty, are soliplting. oontrlbntlooa for the purpoea of putehasing a flag, 'file veteran* are Baeting with good luoosa*.' Ohil>tau� AltcaeUom. * p. Bsilow Brother*' Blb*Uala haa baan aa. enred by Manager Famawbrtb for Chriat- laa. Perfotmancea will be given afternoon and avaoing... BabsH Mmvss ^a-Blaht. "Announce Nonrss widely. Be ie great enecess. full senss and fun."-Bishop J. H. Vinssnt. ."Oaa of the mpet eloquent, wiiie, and witty talker* you ever heani."-Waebiog-ton Gladden, L. L. D., of tba Cttthiry JftffOMiM. "You may aay what yon will about Nourse, you can not say too much."- Robert J. Burdette. "rbsgreateatboman uttaraooa I eyar beard."-0. O. Howard, Hajor-OvBaral U. 8. A. . . Tbe greataat dramatis orator ot tha worid. It can't be' told. Huat bO aeaa and beard. , , .- You'have appreonted oar loatitnte' az-erc'ee*. Cosse each seeaion. Ooa't miss to-nighu If yon.do, to-morrow will have ita regteu. Uisa Fee will ling. Hr. Rbwa will alng "Tbe Skipi!er.".IU-member, Hr. Bow* ie oae of oar boy*, and a gaod one, too. This lostitBto is bis first appsaraoaa ba> iofatbapaUle. ' - 'f Baaanrad aaat* for both ai(bu 75 aaath} In some plaoes seate forNoiuM aall' at (2.S0. Single admission tickets 80^ 80 and 40 oeuts. Seau reserved and ticketo aold at Seltzer & Rhymsatinea. Tioketa ean also be had from Sapta. Bruoiiail'-.and Robb. : � - � ^'-^ ., I also wiah to aay tbat I waa dlaappoint-ad in Dr. Dowliog.. WbUe. laotaUag at Catlisle he regsived a ulagiam tailing Ub of his fathsr'a death. Ba bas'iMticUMd every December engagement. I aB glad, however, to say tbat I faava aaonradCoI. J. P. Sauford, who'will'lactDi�-ob>'>Old Timee and New" in the Opera ttoiwon Thursday night. ' "'."^ To-morrow aflarooun be^wil^^ajPfi^t ia Institute. , ' B. It MliihS Havo I Tba alarm of fir* waa givaa !s4A^Mifet about nine o'clock and tha ahuiging �( fka fira bell waahaaidi la* aMBeat'ralU*-warda. Tha file wa* In tka atota oCViad-arieka * Jaffetis. on Main atiMtr*M! waa qniekly extiogoiiM wftttoat'thaMrviaa* of tba arammkThoflra-acttiaatad'lka bank room of tha aters^ aad 'waa saaaadby aoandtoooming inaootaett.Wilhit la��f oBpty grain bagawUch tbrill afct-aitement among tha�*tga' andiaaaaBi tba Opara Hoaaa, wUeb WU '4aaUad,' how-aver, byaavaralaool iwaded faiaatrwkD parauadad tha peofla to k�*�'tbaV'iaaita, *B.th*y warainnodaagari ::iuit^:: lam � :ner.Mad.Tbal�;i;ietue�,1talMKi Teaterday afteraooo ^TaB.of.,pjin|sp oopaty'a oflloiala viaitad tha Jilw^ffiwh parlor* otj. W. 0. Fiityd,.fnd;if||i� fiHf" tograpbad In agnrop., :T|ipliWi ne; Frotboaatftrr Hm.Krj HSPW. aad bis deputy, Jaq*(jA.Wem(s^} gawMV TiawiUBt Br �-.GJ��'V.i��W�c>�>lAB�-corder James C. Sm^l^a|id:bK<iWa�Ki J-H. Daoer., Tbfy.aa;,j%Jif|!|flf!�|^ lookiifg gant!eB.n ,,aa4,!|[U)<io)||t ^fiV � doubt, in tha pbaUtgrMi!,wiMp,if \mm tha handa of the akuyi p^oftWI**.'.- ^ ! � Tota-cMB"M*u����ihk-^''' �olBC'(>b'*NiiW, To-oigU tba eaitalai will tiaHRtA SM m. pabii* patBlttsd togata^apo^ la'ttiMtffilt of aoavambriMoaHglil. DiMttt Hif� taka a look in the wiaSow'tonlghWIUh tbabMOtifnl aa*B*i*)llaBlBatad�i� brilliant aiaatria ligbta.^' -1" ��� "! .M^i.asuA-.f --!-. ���� ... iM.r Jjilffill.VJ, ,., A, Chilsimss il>ay.-i^pfSil|i oi -The Pattiotu .prdar^Soq*) ot,,4,w;tto ate BaMng picpapitionaJotnbtoMmeW Christaa* Day,. at^Bw^fU^,, ,A4HHI� iwade wUI ba |W f iwoWj to be In thaUna.VUUM�Mfdac,�lM� will be a aapper aad antartaiaa�pto ia ^^O'^'l  Hr.H.B. Herting ^(Jalr^a>'^i;Uni call laat Saturday evening rrbiB^tk^1|j^. ber* of bis Saoda^ achhol bU|*V;tfwJmr log waa apent plaaaaotly, and not tbail*Mt pleaaant feature of tho^avanfiiti'wttlfcb whiahweraaatTai^i "  L^� ' Ooa of tbe lady, taaahaia attaWdlav thi butitute, Biaaad .bacolMlBt. sihHa �l acaading tba atapa in tba Oowa Bug*! jai^ totdaf afteraoon and; tajttdoWal'atsMI aha waa fortunately ^aotlajMBil>�l^-th4 Biehap. , sis-1. it) r.iiijA Bzpeetlas a Big Psftapjk A numW of famlliea in thtajfl' toreated in a large lottone wbi i* to com* to tbeni from . -----_ ba* been left to thesi by yeUtlvoi. .^TU amonnt ofmoney U'aevetiil Bllllma' ^ The funeral of Hra. Mafgaiat.iJa***!* ill take plaoa to-Bonow - afta Bpwi Uaet at the bouaa at one .n'olooki (Wi pi� eead U the Qerasita LnthataB� shBHH where funeral sarvioaa wiU ba bttld:at!l!sM; o'clock. . ' Neatly CatBi^auS.' Police Officer Luddenliaa�wy� 1 JOnaeatraet nearly aoinpietyi "WWi flnlsbedit wlllbaooa^ir tba Boeal''^ deoeealntbatportl'onofihB'olty."' * Tbe penalonof B. L.^maty b*a baaB incraaaedv MBSOBAI. VVBOIUBM. , HiB BtBlaWhiirtmanrof Lojik HaVaal la tha pitaiaat aad agneabta giitif < fH�4M'-i�wZiK^'�rA*i6*;

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