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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 12, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota S Enterprise established in 1857. Albert Lea Minnesota thursday february 12, 1880. Number 7. Business directory. It Parkeri attorney at Law office Corner Broadway and College streets near the court House Albert Lea Minn. Foeman Lilac Krausk lawyer. Land for Sala. Liberi Lea Minnesota. Attorney at Law c . Clark Broadway Albert Lea Mian Obert m. Palmer lawyer office Over Hedenstad s store Albert Lea mini in j. Staci attorney at Law and collecting agent. Office Lirk St., Albert lao Kina no Zuek Ali Stock attorneys at Law Allery bros., proprietors City Deay line and dealers in hard and soft Coal Wood ice St. Office at j. W. Smith s store. H. D. Brown. D. B. P. Bibbs. H. D. Bbown albeit Lea does a general banking business we have Fob Sale improved City property and farms. 4. H. Mcmillen has Ken Over tie old opera Block Albert Lea Minn. 1. A. Loviia u f. Ilo Kmax. Overli j10rgan, lawyers. Office Over Spicer 3 drug store. Albert Lea physicians. 4 m. In physician and surgeon Hartland Mian. Homo Patiic physician surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Office next door East the National Clark so it . Smith m7i57 e7tttmccor.u, a. D. Physicians and surgeons All Calls attended to by night Day in cite country. Office at Smith. Mccord s store one door North the Post office Albert Lea Mirin. M. Dodge. Physician and i irs door i. N. Parks store a hum Street Albert Lea. Minn. Dentists. _ a. H. Street dentist. Office Over Brick store South the Post juice two door North ii. P. Brown co 3 Bant increased facilities Foi doing business to proposes to give better satisfaction than Ever before. Cash Fain sea ins., collection and real estate Agency. I buy and sell real estate commission. Collections made in this and adjoining coun ties at reasonable rates. Taxes paid fur abstracts furnished. Sell steam ship tickets to and from Europe several lir St class lines. Foreign is liar info bought and sold All principal european Crittl i i Tho following a club a Aud time tried Contin extol new York. American Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics Milwaukee. Gek Max Fri port 111. Correspondence Eoli Ciscil. H iia ukness afrant. Keno dismissed. Coffit martial bindings adj urdu esd j3y the president. Keno s dismissal. Sext ice affirm be. Washington feb. A Cabinet meeting to Day the sentence the court martial which recently tried Izaj. Heno recommending his dismissal from service affirmed and the proper orders to that effect will soon be issued. Indian s. Meat Market the old and w. C. Merrill dentist. Office Crew Spicer s drag store. Money an d stocks. M Oney to loan real estate Security. Approved notes and mortgages bought. Apply to a. Ii. Street. Office Over Brick store South Tost Odice. M to loan. A. M. Tyror has a. Amount Money to loan at n Low rate interest. Opera House Block Albert Len. Miscellaneous. S. Hopkins architect Ami built scr. Albert Minn. Shop the Corner William and Vorton streets. Work v Ruperly Alt Indea to. 11 to f be dealer in Rendy made and custom. Made boots and snoes. Work clone to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadway 1st door North Yuiman b. Giva him a Call before purchasing h. Tie old City Dray line deals in hard and soft Coal Wood All kinds and Blacksmith Coal. Yard near s. A depot Wood Savod and delivered. Slate at Hewitt s. Farmers Trade solicited. K out Bank. I and Sells a foreign u and Domestic drafts. 1 tickets to from All Points Europe. Insurance effected in the Best companies. Loan improved farms fit Low interest and has for Stile easy terms Iio Uso in allot in Block 23, Village Albert Lea. Iio Uso and lot in Parker s addition. Lot ox2-i rods in Hall s addition. 134 acres land in Hayward Freeborn Bounty. 80 acres land in Moscow Freeborn county. 80 acres land in Dunbar Faribault county. 220 acres land in Worth county Iowa. G. Gulbrandson Albert Lea. Tea verite stand. Be door North Palmer s store where May b round a full Ajja completo Stock aj1 kinds Tolu ii Wil be sold a cheap As the cheapest Phe patronage the Public is respectfully solicited. Every class meat Fisli and poultry in m Ita season. A a bad Din proprietor Cash paid for tailor in. W. P. Sergeant l easier in All kinds Sash t doors and . I Hull s 11 very stable. Branch mum i a Wicks at. A mom ast. Arties wishing lumber will do Well to Call at Iho most Cru Vonlentz Cay Yards As nay facilities for handling it Fra unsurpassed and my assortment always Complete. I am always ready to a Fol bargains. W. P. Sergeant. Flight u sensitive Bank cashier. Sci Cassati feb. S. Marshall Cash Ier the first National Bizuk Middletown did not appear at his Post at the usual hour this morning. Inquiry developed that he left last night s train for Cincinnati leaving his resignation at Tho Bank with a letter to his wife saying he could t longer end nip the taunts and threats his enemies. His a county Are said to be nil right and the Only reason for his action is extreme sensitiveness. Humours scandal were started some time Ayo but investigation cleared him. Since then he has received threatening and Black mailing letters and this seems to have driven him to flight. Hia friends think he will to to Worchester where he is acquainted. Freight unites. Chicago feb. Rates to the sea Board continue firm but it is stated shippers have been promised a five cent reduction next week. Reports Low rates from St. Louis and Kansas City caused same talk to Day. Lumber rates from Chicago to the Missouri River Points have been lowered from 25 to cents per Hundred pounds and proportionately from Mississippi River Points. Crime. Washington feb. Committee in Dian affairs Hayfi agreed the terms a Bill to provide for the punishment crimes upon various reservations. It provides that the Laws the respective states and territories in which Are located Indian relating to the crimes murder manslaughter arson rape burglary and robbery shall be deemed Aud taken to be Law and in Force within such reservations and United states District and territorial courts within and for the respective districts and territories in which such reservations May be located shall have original Juris diction Over All such offences Thich May be within such reservations. In respect to All that portion the Indian territory not set apart and occupied by the Chero Kee Creek Choctaw Chickasaw and Seminole Indian tribes the provisions the Laws the state Knusta relating to the Crimen murder manslaughter Nasou rape burglary and robbery shall be deemed and taken to be Law and in Force and the suited states District court for the Western District Kansas at i Ort Scott should have exclusive original jurisdiction Overall such offences Aris ing in said portion the Indian territory. The place punishment any and All said offences shall be the As Cor other like offences arising the jurisdiction said respective court. The committee will Call upon the Secretary the Interior to transmit to i he House the Testi Mony taken before the Indian commission cons tint generals Adams and Hatch in relation to the recent Date Oubri akan the it forts to arrest the authors the outrages at White River Agency. Exodus. An Indiana s views. Washington feb. Senate exo dus committee held u i Hick session to Day and examined nine witnesses. Most the evidence brought out was corroborative that previously Given by other wit Nesses. James by Cemian a prominent Gree Backor and member the National party Indian was a a ruined. Ice said the demand for labor in in the state Indiana is far Short the Supply that Ever since 1878 not a Winter hint passed that super visors the poor in the Vicinity Indianapolis were not called upon to Supply food to Able bodied men who Rould be Grid to earn a Livine if they could Only get Woik. Lie was opposed to the exo j us because he believed the negroes were not. Improving their condition by coming to a state already Over supplied with labor lie not moved to hold this View because any prejudice Ajja inst the Black race As he had been an abolitionist until slavery abolished Ana a Republican until 1stj. Public buil Binos. The House committee recommends an appropriation for Public building at Denver Colorado and for a Public building at Minneapolis the former amount and the latter to he expended this current year. The Senate com Mittee will recommend the passage born cide s Bill which provides that net proceeds the sales Public lands and the net receipts the Patent office shall hereafter be devoted to the establishment an educational fund to be apportioned annually among the several states and territories and the District Columbia. In the Navy department has Benn draped in mourning and will be closed to Morrow the Day the in neral sex acc rotary eerie. Inter oceanic canal. The select commit a the House the inter oceanic ship canal met to Day and Laid the foundation for a critical the subject. A Resolution Wae adopted culling the president for All correspondence Between thu government and foreign countries relative to the ship canal. Also a Resolution providing for the collection All possible statistics and data showing the present amount Commerce passing around Cape Horn with a View ascertaining approximately How valuable to the Commerce this country and inter oceanic canal would be. Invasion the Indian Tiu Toby. Advices having been received from govern ment officials that preparations for invading the Indian territory Are assuming formidable proportions this question was the subject a somewhat protracted discussion at the Cabinet meeting to Ilay and it is understood _ that a proclamation similar to that last Spring Tho same subject will soon be issued by the president. The Cash kim31o.vs. The democratic members the special Cen sus committee had a Long meeting to Day considering the nomination Simmons to be census supervisor in Georgia. The delegation from the state Are divided As to the Nomina Tion senator Hill and representative Stephens and 1 Elton favouring his sen Ator Gordon and the other representatives opposing it for the reason that Simmons in a and bad stated As a reason for desiring the appointment that it would give him a Victory Over the corrupt secession Ai he designated the leaders democratic party the state. During he discus Mon u spirited anal at times very Persona colloquy place Between Stephens and Gordon As to the and purposes the so called inde pendent movement in Georgia. It was developed that Simmons recently telegraphed Lepre Felton to cause his nomination to be withdrawn but Kelton insist a upon its remaining before the semite and thai the i Rucle in regard to it has new assumed the phase a contest Between this regular Suomu critic organization Georgia and friends the independents. La mall Cox Vales senator Lamar is rapidly recovering and expects to to in Washington in e. Few Koty sixth Congress. Session the House. Vew ecb1neks. Washington feb. 0. The following Bills Ere introduced tid referred 13y . Appropriating for he Purchase frames equestrian picture general Winfield Scott. I3y . For the Relief settlers Public lands. By . Townshend lie solutions the Ohio legislature against passage the Bill for construction a Bridge across the Detroit River. Motion . Carlisle the testimony taken by the committee appointed for the Pur pose investigating the Cincinnati election was ordered printed. Ill. Whitthorne offered a Resolution which was adopted calling the president for in Foru Nusun As to the proceeding the International Polar Congress held at Hamburg Ger Many october 187u. The speaker Laid before the House n letter from the Secretary the Treasury asking an appropriation to enable him to main Triin n. Revenue Steamer the coast Laska Liet erred. Upsun Troni the commit Leo military affairs reported a Bill authorizing the Secre tary Tho Treasury to ascertain and report to Congress the amount Money expended and indebtedness assumed by Texas in repelling Aud guarding against Indian incl mexican. Raids. Printed Aud recommitted. He moved. Consider Ilion was then resumed the Bill removing the political disabilities Jno. Owea Virginia. Conger opposed the Bill the ground the petition a landed to the War thu confederacy while the fourteenth amendment mentioned Tbs War the insurrection. Goode replied there Vas nothing a the fourteenth amendment which required any petition and while it Hui been the porn Ticu to require every person to make an application for relict in respectful terms no form petition had been heretofore pre scribed. It seemed to him too late in the Day fifteen years after the termination the War to take a departure like this and make a Man write the words traitor and rebel with Bis own hand his own brow and get Down in the dust and cry unclean before this great government would consider his petition. For. Couger replied to Goode Tonj when he had finished messes. Young Jillis and Goode All Rose to reply buc . Wood objected the ground that farther discussion was unwise and unprofitable. The vote Paa Sace this Bill was yeas Ico nays 46. The private Cai Wendelt. The House then went into committee the whole . Finley in the chair the private Calendar. The House having been in commit tee for about an hour and not a single Bill having been agreed to owing to objection made principally by Warner and Sparks air. J3ayre moved the committee Rise. Senator Coffroth hoped the motion would be withdrawn. If there were gentlemen who did t desire soldiers to obtain pensions to wanted their names to go record. Sparks that allegation against the gentlemen objecting is out place unfounded and untrue so far As it relates to me. The gentleman passes special Bills for men in Bis District. Coffroth actions speak louder than works. Sparks i will not Appeal from the pen Sion office to Yon. The motion to Rise was Defeated. It becom ing evident however that Little business could be transacted the committee finally Rose after agreeing to two pension Bills and the House adjourned till monday. General capital news. Patent Extension be fused. Wasner Styron feb. Three is the vote in the House committee against granting the application Kwh Miller for the Extension his car coupling Patent the committee take the ground that seventeen years the length time a Patent Haft run is the limit contemplated by the act 1801, and that the general policy Tho government is Adverse to extending patents beyond that period. Montana s protest. Objection to having their territory is irked for the Ujj Eutt Lanit King a. Helena m. T., feb. Following is the Nua Nimoona action the Helena Board Trade last night syhehea3, Nve learn that it is proposed to introduce a Bill in the present Congress for the pure Obj f withdrawing from Preemption and Homestead entry Public lands laying West the 100th Meridian baking its action the erroneous report a committee which pre Sumes that All the lands West that Meridian Are unfit for cultivation Cucu with irrigation and Vichich ought to be biased for Royalty for grazing and Stock growing therefore Fiesole in. The Premiben taken Are untrue so far a Montana a concerned and which lies almost wholly West the Meridian designated and contains acres the most productive farm lands in a Runca. Joe Tulve that a change t the present pub Lic land Law which protects and invites Bona fide settlers for one that would Puc the Terri tory into the Handset speculators would phut off that emigration which under present auspices will very soon endow our territory As one the great states the Union and which would furn fib proof the boasted capacity our agricultural Laudt for the port Aud maintenance people. Luo Lect in behalf the people this territory this Hoard protests against the passage any such Law As has been Rutig exsted in the interest rings jobs and land grabbers which be detrimental to the Farmers who Are Here find thousand1 Are looking to the Virgin soil Montana for their future and that in making this protect we ire satisfied we express the Ali at Sun nitrous sentiment the people. Loloi Tana. Faiu w the St unus Honor to their memory. Mew Sleis feb. The procession knights i oids. Night for the subject the fair Point a Nothe women Rhino Portr Iii adorn the picture gallery the a dream fair women tableau Iid pc Ircul handsomely decorated cars and the Pricen Sixfin was with applause All along t i route. The com cd with n grand tableau und Ball at the open House. Ireland. Liberal contribution to tie i Serold fund new Vbk feb. E. A. Buck editor the hair it the Timica has contributed 000 to the jul in Irish relict fund and makes a stirring Appeal to his constituency in behalf starving Ireland. British Justice. As admixi8tered by Goff. Lion buts ii a Lyciy seven natives Jsse Cutell a less than three Tho debate the address la Parlia Ari Glenn Keiit Tho government s Irish policy by Home Lule measures promised by the Chancellor the Elul and political old world England. Welcome it Ottawa. Ottawa 1 be. Persons us ambled a Tho depot thief afternoon Lor the purpose welcoming her Royal highness her return to the capital. A guard Honor fifty men with the Queen s Colour from the governor general s foot guards were in waiting As also the Dragoon guards. A detachment Field Battery under the command capt. Stewart stationed at Nepean Point fired a Royal Salute As the Faun came in sight. Arrival ministers the Crown and the mayor entered Tho car and honk hands with his excellency and her Royal highness after which they moved out to the platform where mayor Mackintosh read an address Welcome to which Hin excellency replied in behalf the Princess. Cheers were then Given and the vice regal party drove to Rheau Hall escorted by the Dragoon guards. Entries for Tate Chicago racing meeting. Ohio too feb. For the june and july running the jockey club number 405, the largest Ever yet recorded. They represent fifteen states. The following stakes Are announced Illinois Oaks 27 ladies stake 38 Haverly s theatre stakes 44 criterion 40 Downer Bemis 29 Board Trade Handicap 53 grand k. B. 46 Tremont House 50 Pacific hotel 29 Garden City cup 29 i Aimer House 29. Tho Sherman House just added investigating Johnny Ynve Niport. New York feb. G. United states Ben ate committee inquiring into alleged frauds in the late elections has begun its labors Here by investigating the arrests b ers naturalization papers 1868. Gays Parnell s reception at Washington in regarded Here As i Mere comedy. The French bail nil ibo. Paris feb. Galois positively asserts that s3 dead and 110 wounded is the total number casualties the recent railway a ident. Land Grant roads. Homb bulk defeat in live Pool. Live Pool feb. Interest attached to the contest fur the seat in parliament made vacant by the death John Torr arising from the fact that lord Ham Fay Liberal candidate had made a bid for Home Rule vote pledging my support into inquiry into the question Home Rule brought out a remarkably heavy vote. Tho polls closed at 1 clock in the after noon but the result was not determined till 10 clock at night. The vote was As follows lord Ramsay. Edward Whitely conservative Whiteley s majority debate the . The House commons to Day debate the Home Rule amendment to the Queen s address was begun. Win. A. Ked Mon i Home Rule member for we x Ford moved and h. Gorman Mabon Home Rule member for Clare seconded the amendment to the address. William Bohuw in a in support the amendments Baid he did t wish to condemn the government for what they were going to do in the future but fur what they had done in the Post. If the government had offered to make advances to Irish Farmers in the first in stance at the rate percent they might have done to Avert the calamity which is now upon Ireland. The government ought to have tji Vou greater Powers to boards guardians lie said a gradual process starvation has been going pm in Ireland for some Tiu a. He did t wish the government to lavish too ranch Money Public work the " Ere demoralized by the manner in which Money had Beau in Feit. It discreditable to England s arc atness thut la Ireland Thorlt fourths the people Chhoum be reduced to a condition barely removed from actual famine Uvo three bad Harvic to. He de that the problem to be solved was a dil cult Oue but the wifi Mculty was t insuperable. Bir Stafford Northcote next spoke. He Enid be found no fault sith the Irish members for taking this Eaily Opportunity drawing at to Ilion to bit important a matter but they would be going beside the question by occupy my themselves with such Points As those dealt with in Tho amendment. He distinctly denied that the government hat allowed the matter to sleep. Jie Haid the report the registrar general for Tho past year just received disclosed a very unsatisfactory state things. The sex ent land under crop in Ireland was less than during any preceding ten years. The total value the principal crops for the year in estimated pounds against pounds the preceding year Thi potato crop 1878 was estimated at Hun dred weights while it is expected that who yield for it j will be Only Hundred weight a most alarming decrease. Toward the end last october the Irish government for warded to the Cabinet information which the government took into serious consideration inviting the lord lieutenant to attend in London. The government found that there was consid Erable apprehension famine in some parts Ireland. They thereupon took the precautions necessary until the meeting parliament. The Chancellor said in a Bill which he intended at a later period to introduce there would be provisions authorizing the local govern ment Board to authorize boards guardians to Issue food and fuel by Way out door Relief. The question stimulating employment labor was one full difficulty. The govern ment was desirous doing something in that direction and they thought it Best to give some encouragement to persons to borrow Money to to used in improvement their land there for they proposed to Advance Loans exceedingly easy terms to landlords to be used for that purpose. The baronial sessions would be asked to make presentment. The Donohue Liberal Faid the proposed course was to Lead Money to the Farmers not to the landlord. The dub us continued by the following Home Rule members colonel Colthurst Arthur Moore. Michael Ward Hajor for Ulois Brien. Charles Joseph Kay. Patrick Martin and John Oral Lla Ccarty nil whom condemned the government plan As in adequate Hon. 1 Plunkett conservative. Dublin Uris Verity said Pari Ell i utterances would be received with loathing and their re Hilt might be an agitation which would end in bloody resistance to f. Donn cell Home talc a Diin Garnr Rose to a Point order to to Lii expression. The speaker ruled Plunkett s language unparliamentary. Sir Stafford Northcote s Bill was then brought in and read a time. Plumkett submit cd to the ruling the speaker and qualified language Alexander Martin sol Liviu Home ruler energetically defended Darnell. Leigh Tonii. Luther Secretary to the lord lieutenant Ireland stated Htit no Rase from starvation had occurred in Ireland. Mitchell Henry Homo Rule moved adjourn ment . Thu debate which was agreed to. Sir Stafford Northcote Chancellor the exchequer then obtained leave to bring in a Bill to Render valid the proceedings for Relief Irish distress and to make further provisions therefor. He explained that Tho advances would come out the fund it the disposal the Irish Church Temporali ties commission. A conference it a Mayo. J Chicago Tribune feb. 5. The association land commissioners the land Grant railroads the United states met at the grand Pacific yesterday morn ing and continued in session All Day. The following representatives were present s. J. Gilmore Tho Kansas Pacific and Denver Pacific a s. Johnson Atchison Santa be a. Kim Ball St. Lonis Iron afountain Southern Peter Daggy Illinois Central James a Power Northern Pacific a. Ii. Somers Missouri Kansas Texas Thomas d. Price Hannibal St. S. St. Panl it Sioux City and Sioux City St. D. A. Ilo inlay St. Paul min Neapolis Manitoba. S. Johnson the president Ocon pied the chair and e. H. Talbot the officiated As Secretary. The members had tinder discussion during the Day an argument prepared by . Tal Bot the Secretary showing the Viii dam Laud Grants in the United states Etc. Power offered the following Resolution which was adopted by the commission that any change in the present Laws relating to the Survey and disposition the Public Domain in inexpedient ii Neces sary and objectionable for the following Rea sons 1. The system Survey the Public lands in its subdivision into Square Miles sections go acres each and their proportionate parts is simple easily understood precise in its Ope ration and in All respects accomplishes the purpose in View. 2. The system has in its practical operation stood the test nearly seventy years com mencing in Ohio and extend inc to the Pacific Ocean and until now an idea change has not been 3. It is cheapest and effectual to Bod that can be adopted to ascertain correctly in particular detail Tho geographical feature the country. D. It perfectly All the requirements the people in respect to designation Una parcel Ling particular tract. 5. The Preemption Homestead and tree Chi lure acts were All founded upon the policy to the people the Public and their requirements Are such As no Bona fide set Tler object in and it requires but a strict adherence to their demands by the United states local land Oitice to prevent the Nobure there Laws that nov. The plausible reason for Mak Ini in that a copy these resolutions be pent us the honorable i Werthey the Interior the commissioners the general land Ofhie and the Public land the closing business the session was the election officers which resulted in the re election the old officers. The Nice tier then adjourn . I Only. -4 to Etc Eschino for pc nil i vet York kit Tinea York special feb. 2.1 much comment was occasioned to Day in the highest social circles in this City in con sequence a circular purporting to Ema Nate from a private Stock Exchange for the exclusive use ladies which has recently been opened by mrs. A. E. Favor at her Resi Dence to. So West Twenty fourth Street. The circulars were addressed to prominent ladies Many them wives gentlemen Well known in finance and other professions and set Forth that the Exchange was under the immediate management a lady standing who had had Long and successful experience in Stock speculation and did Busi Ness in Wall Street through widely known houses Bankers and brokers Large Cap ital Aud unquestionable solidity. The Exchange was opened a few weeks ago at the Argent solicitation ladies Large and Independent Means who had speculated in Wall Street for years and often met with loss Beca Oso their facilities for information were not equal to those men. She was simply Tho salaried., manager the concern. Ladies the highest stand ing married and unmarried some with for tunes in their own right and others the wives prominent lawyers doctors and even Bankers dropped in during business hours and have orders to buy sell Accord ing to the state the Market. The trans actions were conducted strictly business principles and no customers Are admin Ltd Only introduction v. Blu guaranteed by parties with whom they were acquainted. They others for than Oue Hun dred shared and consequently poor women could nor Speen life tron go them if they would. Jars. Favor declined to Yive Tho names the ladies interested in Iho cod Ceru those its but said that speculation in stocks was very common with women Fortune. So Auric notes unfavourable criticism to Tho Jenk Usy a Cion torn brokers who find a Largo Ami profitable ret customers Civ aug their orders elsewhere. Afghanistan. Executions oem. Beats. London feb. Roberts sends the following from Kabul before november Lute 3870, about seventy three men were executed Viz a City magistrate and six others convicted for Disho Noring the bodies offi cers the British embassy seventeen were convicted for attacking the escort to the embassy and having property the embassy in their Possession and forty nine for proved murders Camp followers and implication in the attack the British residency. Since nov. 12 nine were executed conviction for attacking the residency and fifteen now have been sentenced to death for killing wounded soldiers and implication in the attack the residency. Genera joke Ign. Destructive wind Madrid feb. Dispatches have been received further details the re cent Hurricane in the phillipine islands. Twenty five vessels various classes were wrecked including four foreign frigates and a Large number other vessels were damaged. Forty six persons were drowned. German by oort. Berlin. Feb. Budget the German been submitted to the bunds Rath and is fixed at Marks. Items per manent expenditures amount to Marks and temporary expenditures 09 Murks. A Melte co Meh. A 1 be. Vienna correspondent lady s Mother being a Thrifty housewife with Al decided the next morning to gather Nothe broken furniture about the House and Bend the same to the workshop for repairs. The afternoon the same Day an express Man stopped at the House and explained that he had came for the broken furniture hav ing been sent by the Young Man. The Good natured mistress Tho House said course and reflected what a kind thoughtful Man Ber Good Hubby was be coming. The furniture was loaded the cart and Daly repaired. A Day two after wards Tho Yonng Man received a Bill . Tacked no co. For repairs to a cart Load Fern Itnyre. The Young Man was dazed and sought an explanation. Tho matter was finally cleared up and he is now the solid by party at that House in town. The Donnelly tragedy. Kurt Al tub Vic Toms at yesterday. An impressive scene in trial Rist broken by sobs As he be cites tie horrors the sensation it Ifopo Castown Lauens crime and casualty record the tragedy. The mo2debeu Toily. Lucan ont., feb. C. The funeral the murdered Donnelly family took place this fore noon from the House Michael Connors whither the remains were brought from the scene the tragedy. It was attended by men women and children from the surround ing country which would seem to indicate that the family had More friends and sympathizers than was at first supposed. The assemblage numbered Over five Hundred. All surviving members the family were pres ent. The pall bearers were chosen from among intimate friends and near Neihbors deceased persons. The coffins containing the charred remains the old folks their son Thomus. And Niece Bridget were placed a Sleigh while that containing the bods John was put in a Hearse. It was rumoured yesterday that the interments were to be made at the episcopal cemetery but this proved to be a mistake. The cortege which was fully half a mile Long proceeded to the Catholic Church a mile and a half from Lucan. Father Connelly in waiting at the Church and led the Way up the aisle to the front the Chancel where the coffins were rested. The people Ilock a in afterwards filling the Church. The priest then commenced the burial services. Which were solemn and impressive. He was attended by several acolytes bearing lighted candles and the Crucifix. After prayers and the sacrament the priest in Low tones to address the congregation. He spoke for More than half an hour the dreadful occurrence that had brought them together and frequently burst into sobs and tears painful to %7itnefs. This afternoon the funeral occupied the Public mind and now the scene in Church and the words i Yathet Connally Are in every body s Mouth. Crimes and cask Aloiv i Youdu it Iii thu Isle Gnu in i kor elusive manner the worthy who first gave utterance to the Fine sentiment Tho current True love being to run in mixed and devious channels evidently spoke from a sense deep conviction and in the language the Canille to had evidently been there him self. Apropos to Tho reflection is n Rich Story How a Well known Yonng gentleman this City came to replenish Tho furniture in the mansion Bis future intended father in Law which is situated our Tho High toned no to in avenues noted for its stately abodes and the select character its dents. A few evenings since Tho Yonng Adonis and Lover called at the residence his fat re intended and was shown into the parlor where several hours ineffable Bliss were passed at the shrine her whom he Wor shipped with undying affection and sought to Call his own. The Yonng Man was press ing his suit with unusual Fervour and so a dont did he become that in a paroxysm suspense to sought to wipe the rivulets perspiration from Bis massive dome thought and in so doing tilted Back his chair when to something snapped and yielding to the pressure the 305 chair gave Way and landed the suitor upon Tho floor. Tho Young Man apologized and Bia re Morse was allayed by his Dulceanu who assured him that it was Juat nothing at notwithstanding which to insisted upon leave to Send a Cabot maker to Tho House for the purpose having the Buir re paired. Not being award the Accident the Yonng a in led up mess. Man named Mil ton Law from Frankfort ind., was arrested this morning by the City Marshall complaint w. S. Cox also Frankfort for coveting his wife. Law and sirs. Cor arrived Here . Monday took rooms at the Phoenix House and were living As Man and wife. Cox arrived last night and with the marshal banged the game. A trial was held this Mornine before Justice Frayne when Law Mude affidavit that Cox was a bigamist being already the husband a Liv ing wife and father two children when he married mrs. Cox. Which rendered his last marriage null and void. Upon the strength this Law asked for a postponement trial until he could facts which the court granted and in default 8300 he was remanded to jail at Danville. He was accompanied by his Paramour and it is thought he will end further trouble by marrying Ber. They Are Young and present a Fine appearance while Cox is shiftless and verdant. He ten ced. St. Louis feb. Notorious counter Feiter and Cony Man Fred Wicbusch who was convicted a few weeks ago in the United states District court for dealing in bogus Money was sentenced this morning to ten years in the Penitentiary. Killed his ii lib. Dayton. O., feb. Hawke was arrested this evening charged with the death his child an infant four months. He came Home under the influence liquor and Seiz ing the it to the floor and then kick edit across the room Crivling its null. An other child Feix years ago. Was in the room u spirits to the crime. I adze is under arrest. Siuki Dolvis. Wojik feb. Felt concern the Supply Vossel which left key for Here monday list week. It is f ilu1 May have met some mishap the recent gales. K is in Cimi Light House at a tidy Hook is reported a great part the foun Dation being washed away. Neu feb. Unknown vessel and All hands was lost in the bound Tui Day a Ahl. Sri no Lake a. Feb. Large Iron bark limited red has come ashore Here. The Ryan i Bulf plate bears the inscription. Mckeogh jjros., Liverpool. The bark weighs about six j find i1, supposed to belong to some Steamer foundered. A Lawvey s thick. York feb. The trial police Captain Mcdonnell to Day for failing to sup press disorderly houses his counsel read an affidavit the keeper a disorderly House that 1 Altce commissioners Mclean and voor hers gave Ber marked Money with which to bribe the Captain and detective in Hia precinct. The counsel then summoned these Uvo com said As they Wero now witnesses they could not sit in asked them to leave the Bench. An argument took place Hui As the counsel refused to proceed in Tho Case while the two commissioners sat As judges an adjournment was taken. Years. Louisville feb. Second trial Tho notorious Grover ice needy who killed Hia Uncle at Lii Cemond in 1875, terminated at mount Vernon to Day in a verdict Man Slaughter and sentence to Tho Penitentiary for 21 years. At the former trial the sentence was for life notice Appeal was Given. Accidentally shot ills sister. South Ajja Brestos o., feb. Camp Bell aged 17, shot Bis sister bul div aged 19, to Day accidentally. He was standing six feet from her in Tho Kitchin in Ocbo another sister when he playfully pointed his pistol it Thor demanding bet Money her life. She said when flip pistol went Olf Aud the Ball pierced her heart. The boy snid he Dinu t know it was loaded. 1kcekdiaky fire Lonis Villef ky., feb. In the Depew Glassworks at new Albany to night destroyed the pot House Box factory grinding House and Large stove House. 000 insurance fire believed to to an incendiary

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