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27 Dec 1895

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27 Dec 1895

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - December 27, 1895, Defiance, Ohio A single copies 5 it cuts. Pm \ i in $1.50 per annul Vot. Xxxi Defiance. Ohio. Friday. December 27, 1895. It a Tref Evi Ltd nov Hoitin Fen i mightier than Tho its Vor amp peace is what is wanted. Bit rat very weal t Story its Clit at a arum in if a tile a bar off f value was isl ration is tip Clit t Imp Hick was a thus v. An Date been ire has dispute with a part Tho been settled by is bound to Honor rehearsed Juliet in a cemetery. I urn at ii to Power accept in it will i in a thin a two v Union out if a w by r. The Mill know u a i tit Hilo Lino hoi pro Lave Stet Purchase if unix a agreed upon d fix ens in continued \ i to be ii Cist i tile Prin Eipl it i Aud h to i cd adv i up in pre might however peaceful arbitral spate provided a that aria the set is session i r v. Of arb doubly Hoti Orab Murr Anderson 8nrrider and hard work for a magi career. To Louisville from now Ity study wits in gun a new i had Learned from i r. Vandt a Lio gave Lier a it a 1<. Sous Iii cloak acting to turn my Den into one c i Ilie Walls the aim it needed but a step farther d in1 House with ail tenth must in fio Mez is confident. The keynote sounded. in a to Ili Over Ilia announcement it it fan dlr Clun. La. Infarcts need Moue i Btl i Oil i ii to w Ami exec Teunie v to let to great in inns Here Over thin t my i ret m it Spanish it he Tal general a u not Geum time. It ii and Anoli elect ions a tight i i Anis that ii Liy Ca ars. Holiday perfumes Rue a in Tho i Al tar. And her l h id b by found de fee Curt a Dif til guard ult in for a p to n a by inc my a e a hat the eat til in t Nee i irs we it .1 London la been issued b v wit h i Jeu Nan Tho thou lev. Hag Alen Lait Job. In Wii App. A a20.�?an Appeal in British authors Signori is to Iii r confreres in Tes. The names include alter Besant John Mot bin Hull Aine rider in win Arnold George w. Ii. La. Lucky a it. I. Black More and a tired Austin. The Ford con \ at and it to it b id h in not s never b made is and the shanties to i though u lifer in As the i rat oper height and sing Jim nil Ana were it ask it men a St Stony. S k was now i a it thut Jeff Lewt tinn i �1hv it. I it to i n in in to he i rut Bone ment in Ign in Tiiu St j to in a to Ila would Fay gov i i Niu Tho is the key 0 words r Otic Man 01 be t he netted i in Deli my did to min too a i to ii Olina a i in1 a Lav candid a etc., Scott sip t a ii w 6 la if store. A r Lith i in to Hun by ii says a at this crisis in the history the Anglo Saxon race the Are Are two paths one leads we know not whither but in the end through War with All its accompaniments Cann ans pea Leal in suffering an i hideous desolation to the inevitable sequel hatred bitterness and disruption Corr race. It is this path we ask you to join us in an Effort to make impossible. Not the grounds political equity do we address you but we Are United to you by Many ties. We Are proud the United states. J Here is nothing in our history Itiat has earned us More glory than tin Conquest the vast american continent by Tho Anglo Salton race. When our Pride is humbled by a report some thing that you do better than our elves it is also uplifted by the consciousness that you Are our kith and after dwelling upon the intimate relationship and brotherly sentiment the Appeal continues a there is no anti american feeling among englishmen. It is impossible that there can be any anti English feeling among americans. For two such nations to take up arms would be civil War not differing from your calamitous struggle 80 years ago except that rile cause would be immeasurably less humane less tragic and less after referring to the tie that literature makes the Appeal continues a if War should occur Between England Aud America English literature i would be dishonoured and disfigured for a Century to come. Patriotic songs histories victories and defeat records humiliation and Digrace stories burning wrongs and a avenged insult deep Able since a ii i rat in is he j Ravioli i gun. Do icing and Muic it f a Hick i a a i j. ? r \ i a a n i ing sine e i w Rui to you. I i i m Ria so it i miffed right jewel our a Quot not be Dis j was a u unit Cly fond it re Renom whenever i c an Whit h is not Oft i ire Seii t v Gin i a u so a. A to amp i xxx a. A a Given up. A Hood friends and companions the exaggeration youth to it it tic great i should irs. I i if. Amount eight ii auf i r Iii i dues ii re to Dep i Ai Ilia i j. 11 get r a I it us were i led me to i my i Long that Complete Coneen i a ii. J i Tom my ? ii a Quot Lau it. Up a que la. To i. That in j d v. Hit Albin i j Trad n to Lead i i sue the one subject alone would i a to Coli to a1 Fie who wire pc it a a and i cd Mimer fought the a ohs and con stated do King to i minion gov Tina a i he a Ira pm by s Venezuela. Cess. The labor was part ii u infantry it ctr car is a i artillery. The in x to the Arr it thus Rendi re in inn Iii any event univ hardworking As i did in Tho 1 a rills tin Republic were Vicco the lie s i.11�?�, with by in Iii a v re ill her Hon j dark Ruvii Tig no one to Clinst it and no it a,i1. I slow la i it with Arn a anti to cd lain tie h j Man u 11 Erve that How Titi it i but i Llie Day. Re a lined i. Of Hor w i d us a in to p is in i r it her by impartial Iii investigation. Eat resting solely Venezuela As far now Couch rued but Bod by the Anteri Oral lie it it a i Atli i to a i Fuesl i ii Ai till Quot if Komi i Sioux arb t a tors after a r i his is a matter at part Between England an i As arbitration is that it would be h can people As a just Mode settlement and restore unclouded Friendship Between the two great Anglo Baxon nations should not inno it in careful Les favourable consideration. A in this crisis when passions men Are so widely stirred it is impolite to refer to tin strained relations Between the two nations that embrace All our race but it is All important for the people both lauds to remember that the deplorable irritation now existing Bas its sole cause in the refusal peaceable arbitration upon a Point Honor which it is held renders the continued Possession some disputed territory necessary but which eau readily be safeguarded and yet arbitration be made the instrument peaceful and honorable settled nit for All parties concerned. A Andrew help win my Moth Tho rules worked flt it it she her ability. Olton in i a i la i Rit i ing to longed for wept from rant As i i ill we do ing i the beat i to is Ai in in mex i p 111 ult i to i i Iii ii it Middle the night i would awaken a r to show some new Point. Indeed i owe More to Berck to stunt and Loving intercut and encouragement than i eau Ever Hope to repay. To get the hollow tones Juliet a voice in i he Tomb and barter realize my heroines feelings Awakening in her a nest death contagion and unnatural sleep a i frequently walked to Cave Hill Louisville b until Al cemetery there to speak her lines through Tho grilled door a vault. Had a thorough schooling in the Art been possible instead these random and unguided efforts my work have be it n halved Aud its results j. A a no son do Navarro est 11, me Journa i. Vav nil ii Gnu no i not i the v i ties do u i i s month Weverjr i a Ythi to a son Cli aum to our program complaint opinions. It ii i Wear re a. I i armful land if Volute Mary q Atli p in too hearts no that in the i a Ltd Al Leady initiated i that trop be made that which the enemy still Money be destroyed is we should nut fear the i superficial Aud inflexible entente to i will b la i Hugl fit no cause for general alarm. These would be bran led deep in hearts our Peoples. They would so express themselves in poems novels and plays As to make it impossible for any us who live through the fratricidal War to take up agma the former love Ana Friendship for the United Anglo Saxon race that owns the Groat names Cromwell Washington Nelson Gordon Grant Shakespeare and Milton. There is such a future As no other race has had in the history the world a future that will be built the conf Der a Tiomi Sovereign states living in the strength the same Liberty. Richard Dana think i tie president s message sincere. Boston Dee 20.�?mr. Richard h. Dana Cambridge Well known As a political economist and financier is the opinion that the ire seems to be no sufficient cause for the general alarm the which has so injured business nor for Tho criticisms that have followed the presidents venezuelan message. Air. Dana said among other things a it has been stated that tins message is but a piece political Buncombe got up for Campaign purposes it were such it would show very bad judgement the part its author but apart from that such an accusation seems peculiarly unjust when applied to president Cleveland who has twice taken stands once the Tariff and again in favor sound Money each req urn ii great moral courage and political i Ahorn in w up Aud Bis i Shadow Fri i cd to 1 St i it. New that ii his v i i in free. At Collar turned Down Over i. A As a aching along in tin he by Idi in suddenly Beek Man the Oiler Side the a a Here a a graft Bill a he said Winnie other bail in. Us Over. A wet �u-.,. .1 Dill gruffly. A this hire , the fir to what we must dots to Triumph and the in St efficacious and most decided Means must to employed although they May appear harsh we must conquer and whatever Means we use if we obtain our glorious end will always to the beat the most decorous and applauded a i always thought we must not a sanguinary but we must to Radical revolutionists. You can rent assured that Cuba will achieve h. R Independence. Your True Friend a pm. know t hat in Rev Nice t ii it Carly yield s roman Bee in order Tichun ii to Gilt be Brum have some i ant Bori ties chosen to follow. T Tim act Mil and is it possible to i>1 the i Govcrn-11 3 by t hostility i ii it 1 fusion Aud Detent will overtax the Dominion government i r a traitorous conduct can not be doubted for thousands the bust citizen Manitoba whose custom ii has by twi to Vole with the conservative party in Dominion affairs Are staunch supporters the local government Aud will be found voting for and working with the local government forces during the coming struggle for the maintenance our rights and the preservation our National school a i t to i que turd ii Auxin ail Oles i Ltd item i a h less this it a Tull gift Iii in u i n aking Iii ii no i to u and i h mrs. M. An in k i is x orc lit m i Devin i fan hut la id e. Lit Moi try with Tho run in senti. R resident Fin i mrs Steven in Dan the irs were Tho Netts a a soap ssi it it r Oil Bitu nth Ideal Tigon f the t and com Bon i yid lie i sex Days. I had a co for their Esther and Tho Day Iii hire ii and limbic b j us i a Vav v re 11 i f ii greatest event Ever seen. I x bearing am i it t r the guests the it t in prepared for the occasion. Let in Pear it Russia holds the key. Her antagonism to England alone will prevent our. London dec. 20. A lord Playfair whose wife was miss Russell Boston writes As follows a we Are Apt to forget the numerous expressions Friendly and even brotherly sympathy that both countries have manifested toward each he cites his numerous visits to the United status especially in 1887, when he introduced the English deputation members the House commons who were in favor arbitration to president Cleveland a who then spoke Noble words As to the need Friendly relations Between the two countries. Or. Blaine also wrote Sharp dispatches As american poli Tiomai s Are Apt to do but one occasion he authorized me to Tell lord Salisbury that nothing would Ever induce America to to War with England. My object in writing is to emphasize . Gladstone a advice the necessity for common a dispatch from Madrid says Spain will not object to the american commission consulting the Spanish archives about Venezuela but intimates that this is an act Courtesy which does not imply the slightest admission the Monroe doctrine. A dispatch from Moscow to the Standard says a the entire russian press discusses the chances a conflict bet Ween England and America with an ardor approaching enthusiasm and in a tone Frank hostility to a Vienna correspondent quotes a journalist who had an interview in Paris with . Raimundo Palacio exp resident Venezuela in which he declares that neither Venezuela nor the United states could yield and that the question could Only be settled by arbitration but that it was Well known both in Venezuela and the United states that there would be no War. All the morning papers have editorials breathing a chrismas sentiment peace and Good will with reference to Venezuela and j Amania. Various English religious have cabled to their Brethren in America their sympathy with their i forts for peace. The Cardinal is right. New York dec 26�?cardinal Gibbons says a War Between England and America would be a calamity to the world Aud to Christian civilization. There is no ground for apprehension War. I regard the strictures . Cleveland a message by some american and English papers As unjust and unwarranted since he has always shown himself a Man peace and conservative principles during both administrations. Warlike interpretation put his message is forced. The panic was occasioned by an Over sensitive Money Market. The dispute will be honorable settled not by toe sword but by the mightier weapons the the stars and stripes Triumph. Child who waved a British Flag driven from school. Belvidere n. J. Dec. 26.�? Susan Briller a Pupil in the Public school took a British Flag into the schoolhouse and waved it in the faces the patriotic Little ones. Susan a parents Are English. When the other scholars went to lunch at noon they told their parents what had happened and As a result each Pupil retaining had an american Flag which they waved in the face the Little English girl. She grabbed one the flags Tore it into ribbons and trampled it with her feet. Then All the other children drove her from the building without however doing her any injury. Int like Badin things All fixed for you. Some Bim min idiot has u Awny an left his Latchkey in the Doc r. A Bill took a Long look at Tho hours and then Shook Iii. Hand. A a you ii it it a he said. A i done to want ii ii to do Tho game. A a wot a matter a a a the Feller wot lives Here ainu to to to trusted. Lies a Quot Low Down mean Tricky cuss. He ainu to gut no feeling at All. A a a do be know him a a no but i was Here oct before an in a onto his game. He left tile key just i like that in vie an i thought it was j dead easy. I went up an tried to turn i it an thought i was Bein electrocuted j a was he in Chin for you a. A wat bin nothing i he a one these i Here electrical Guys an to just Sticks the key in there to catch suckers turns a million Volt Battery an goes to bed. I touch that key if it would let me into the Bank Post. Want the in in Jinn bounced. Philadelphia due. 26.�?the Street railway trouble broke out afresh the Girard Avenue Branch and As a consequence no cars Are running that line. The men claim that the division superintendent in sending one cars gave preference to the new men. Dank pro Sid it suicide. Corsicana Tex dec. 26 a a. R. Bright president the City National Bank and Aho the Texas loan Agency this City committed suicide. Domestic Aud financial troubles were the causes. Henry clays escape. Fatalities resulting from a blowing oat tile Gas Are generally considered As due to Rusti City Aud ignorance but the Philadelphia record is responsible for the statement that Henry Clay was once in danger his life from tile Samo cause. Mayor Swift Philadelphia and Henry Clay were very intimate friends and several times during the mayors administration the eminent kentuckian came to visit him. On one these occasions . Clay nearly lost his life. During the first night . Clays visit the mayor noticed an unusual odor Gas in the House Aud investigation in was found that . Clay had retired without having turned off the Gas. The new illuminating agent had been lately introduced and it is not improbable that . Clay blew out the Light in ignorance the proper method extinguishing it. Certain it is that had mayor Swift not made his timely discovery . Clays Brilliant career would have been prematurely Cut off. Laboured dental Given out by the Tab mind to a at Vav Billington. Washington Doc. 26.�?the officials the Spanish legation appear not to be disturbed by the news coming from Havana. They ridicule the idea the insurgents taking Possession a City like Havana with its population 800,-000 people. Minister de lome h in received several dispatches from Havana showing in part the condition affairs. The minister is advised Campos met As he had intended the band Maximo Gomez the engagement taking place a Plantation where the tiros had Hee ii started by die insurgents. The Spanish loss was 12 wounded who were taken to the Hospital at Matanzas. The insurgents fell Back and divided into groups. Generals Valdez and la que w Ere in the Van guard the enemy Iii full communication with the com Mander in chief. A dispatch received by the minister reported that the bands Maceo and Gomez were avoiding fighting and burning the Cane Fields. All the engagements the dispatch reported had been satisfactory to the government. The rebels the government asserts have not taken any town but Are roaming in the province Matanzas trying to destroy property and prevent the grinding sugar. Minister do Louie expects some developments an important nature soon. Vii us in Alz Hyt Britt a by a it Milt us Moun i rat Ion. Caracas dec., 26.�?prerident Crespo repudiates the interview in which he is Mode to say that the Yunnan incident in distinct from the Boundary question. The i editor the Prejon Ero Leon Ponte a bean put Iii prison for having reproduced the Inu View Here. The government will refuse to England indemnity in any form for the in Luau ail air claiming that the sovereignty the territory is involved in the incident. It Brist Mas saw tin grandest Public Ami Hista Iun in Tho history the country for the purpose expressing the gratitude Venezuela to the United states. It Wuh also a demonstration against England the City Caracas is decorated with american and vane i Zugan colors. Thirty thousand people paraded through the streets the City d Fie archbishop other members the clergy and men women and children participated. Severe blow to the government. Manitoba s s.? ii h Mfd us i Usu i. To it Ion fro aft i the \ i a k v in i Guif in. Git Cai Bauge for i Moo in mod ii he a i he Dot slivered at it ired to f note from i had not been put it a plated f oods. They add. I Ever that they had detected tin Mark a ii in Iii Tho lowly. I inn de in i to dress. A vial cd nth in <1 to if naut Bride l h Multi a f a p to d t to oui ail old k f a inuirmu1 i is display i Flie Imp ? d ii nun 11be i ii i a Bride in an this a j ther with Uther h u r a Binh she d. Nibs Sik Dado were Idencio she was repousse Silver. A d that Tho Silver a it d at their i t ire. How-11 Ade us v. At the Fath we Libers it in Homes a i and v. It h j i Kinsfolk a v us unix r Hgt Ivy am the c Ainet remained i nearly every one a n mein Liers his from out to a. Us in mild and the foggy. Untidy had honesty a ii a Quot rewarded. Of Liml a v. Iii so furnish Tho and i j Tho by very Jewell r Umi turn Aud the Indig hoi time. In a Short time Tho ii Vur f the Silver was wedded Tho Roost sinking gift Sho received was a familiar Box in which n a 1 .1 we ing health for some time was found to Sec. It u co name it was not be in an unconscious condition. It is lid Uteri. No fun ment was uygur made by thought he will survive but a Short Cit i r party. To All outward appear _ who it fund to draw a mount Liin to Soo too. Brookl in dec. 26.�?borne time so Ca it to discovered that judge Moore the court sessions would have Boca entitled daring the 24 years his Cox sedative terms office to about $60,- for i services in drawing jurors Aud by a recent the Board supervisor it was voted that. In View the Faut that he had not availed Hini a tins privilege the sum $10,000 lie presented to him upon his retirement from Tho Uch at the close Tho Prat eat year. Tuesday morning sri it visor at Large it Tell in signed tile Resolution appropriating the Money. Counsellor Weinberg was entrusted to draw the Money and transmit it to Tho judge. On arriving at the Clarendon hot a where judge Moore is stopping the latter who has been in rapidly Dee Lin time Anet the so in i in Mincy i it our Fth d. New York i Ida i. Less truthful. Carnegie favors arbitration. He sends a significant Cable message to the thunderer. New York Deo. 26.�?following is the full text Andrew Carnegie a communication cabled to the London times and published this morning a editor the times London a a very great Power has declined aril is not it Ruzy now. Columbus o., d a 26.George Monypeny was role me i from Central insane Asylum Hareas Corpus proceedings. The last should la m been first. Memphis dec. 26 Hugh Mitchell shot Edwin Avery Pierce and p. P. Crawford a bystander and then suicide. The Little thing that amused. A noted Man parsed up Chestnut Street and everybody smiled when tiny glanced at Hun and made laughing remarks to Tach other. The reason for their mirth Lay in the fact that he carried in full View eve cry body stuck in the front pocket his overcoat a Legal document bearing the word a a mortgage in Largo and conspicuous Call. No wonder thy can to fight. Havana dec. 26.�?details the terrible sufferings the Spanish troops in the outlying and Remote cuban districts Aud accounts their dying like sheep from fever and starvation come from Barbacoa. The Spanish soldiers can not procure sufficient food to live and contracting fever through weakness die by hundreds around Barbacoa excitement is intense and every vessel arriving from the North is searched by customs officers and carefully watched. The general impression thereabouts is that Iii a Short tune Cuba will gain Hor Liberty. The ruses slaughtered. Thy Lott i�?o3, Aud the Turku Only 70, which is Hijii Ifica it. Constantinople dec. 26.�?adnices received Here from Beirut report that a severe fight Baa taken place Between the turkish troops Aud the ruses near Judieh. According to the official report the ruses lost 12,200 killed while Only 70 turks were killed and 50 wounded. The representatives the Powers yesterday entered a protest before the commission which controls the execution the reforms Aud sir Philip Currie the British ambassador demanded the immediate recall the Kadi Mush who is accused inciting the Mussulman to disturbances. School policy upheld by in decisive vote. Toronto dec. 26. A the result the vote in the re we 11 by election is a genuine Surprise for All concerned. It Willoughy conservative wont into the contest pledged to support the Dominion government its coercive Manitoba school policy Stubbs Mccarthy Ite opposed this policy and Henry went in As a Liberal. The result is Willoughby to Stubbs 1,201, and Henry 278. This is considered a severe blow to the gov j eminent its Manitoba school policy 1 so far As the province Ontario is con corned. A Caaso they can to Vot. Concord n. Dec. 26.�?the governor Aud Council Iii accordance with an opinion rendered by attorney general Eastman to the effect that women can not be constitutionally appointed notaries Public in new Hampshire Hare refused to Grant the petition mrs. Marilla m. Ricker Dover the Only warn an lawyer in the state for such an appointment. Still to Lily a confidant. New York dec. 26.�?christmas eve brought Home keenly to the thousands striking tailors this pity and Brooklyn the necessity receiving their Regul to weekly Wagen and the despondency the strikers increased in direct proportion to the increase the general merry making the season. Still the leaders were confident. Till it n Many a wort Lou in Bogard to women coir Jarrod with men. A Man w to has made a study women and their ways remarked the Oiler Day that women Are As a set less friends Frank and truthful than men. Whatever truth there is in this assertion we May be sure it is at least not innate but duo to the difference Iii the requirements the two sexes and the Couse Jirout Dif a Renee in their education. Men Are taught to reveal True natures from the Cradle to the grave. Men Are taught that being human they Are subject to various passions and liable to full into error which it is not necessary fur them to conceal for if they deviate from Tho straight and narrow path the world will quickly forget and forgive. Women the contrary Are taught that if they Are Max a Handy dad. Paris dec. £6. A Max be Bandy is dead. Max Lebauda purchased the sold last summer. He has gained considerable notoriety As a sportsman. One the find things he did upon coming into his Fortune was to consult Anarch Teot for a Bull fighting Arena Here arid Here Lebauda gave matinees for his sporting cat i Throat. Noblesville ind., dec. 26.�? while and Gray was passing Patrick White the Street the latter called him an tube a coming name. Without a word Gray jerked a knife fro a his pock to and slashed White across the Throat inflicting a Long deep wound which it is thought will prove fatal. Ilaf omd to talk. New York dec. 26 a Tho Allan line Steamer state Nebraska which arrived from Glasgow were Catuir Charlie Barr Aud his English Bride. Not inwardly statues decorum they i Captain Barr when seen the upper must make it appear that they arc for Dock the Nebraska at quarantine Tho world is a Railes to one their i declined to talk the controversy Over sex who by word deed hints that Tho i american cup. _ smallest tottering her Pedestal not j an Rien Citta a but ii re. To mention even a momentary descent Worcester mass., dec. 26 a letters from it is possible. I received Here by local armenians from in Short women Are required to con i Sharp it contain horrible accounts la t n a1 to 1 i in Vav it it it. To tin a 11 ,. Powder storage House explode. Salisbury n. C., dec. 26.�?the unit Deal hardware company a powder and dynamite storage House one mile from Here exploded. George Weaver was instantly killed and his brother Ira 14. Was badly Hurt. Freight train wrecked. Fort Smith ark., Doc. 26.�?a freight train the Frisco was wrecked at Butler 4.5 Miles South Talihina by a Boulder which had been washed from the Mountain Side and rolled upon the track. The engine and several cars were wrecked Aud the Engineer fireman and Breakman injured. Convicted manslaughter. Marshall mich., dec. 26.�?adam c. Arnold Battle Creek was convicted manslaughter after two hours deliberation by the jury. Arnold was charged with killing his son George t. Arnold and placing the dead body in the River to cover up his crime. Coal their real human selves from Oil beholders As absolutely As they conceal their lower limbs in the conventional draperies femininity while in n areas Fric to reveal their real los to the world As to he themselves in Tho nether garments their sex. But concealment Lack Frank Nam kit by no Means untruthfulness. A Philadelphia i murder outrage butchery Aud pillage. Details the literal cutting to pieces Rev. Ii. A. Aud Reajean formerly Worcester before his Church people Are Given graphically. Will a xxi a Suc Cetnor. Columbus g., dec. 26. A governor Mckinley has appointed George w. Grouse Akron As a trustee the Massillon state Hospital vice w. Ii. Williams Salem who resigned because a Lack time to devote to the institution. Shot wha playing. Lexington ky., dec. 26.�?Hamilton Whiting 17, was fatally shot by Charlie Johnson 2 j. They were playing when too much for her brain. New York dec. 26. A Christiana Grossman a pier by cashier in a Brooklyn Butcher shop died in an insane Asylum Friday. Bhe was engaged to marry and the idea becoming a wife so preyed her mind that she became insane. Steamer fume overdue. A a a a re Jim London dec. 26.�?the Anchor line the pistol was discharged sending the Steamer Furnessia from new York dec. Ball through Whiting a Bowel. 13 for Glasgow is overdue. One per Majcin Tyr in Collie. Tajik us Tiu it ii a cd collies the Queens favorite is d. Relay in in color he h Black Aud Sable i lie by the snowiest col la j Ai i airs White legs and White tip to Bro ii. He was presented to Lur Naju to by Ila it a. Huns Hamilton. Darnley ii is quite the latter Day stamp Ai d Typo Collie a Moo Jung Boa is. J ii in erect ears and one Tho in. A cd pc it his Brt cd at ids . Whenever the Queen comes to the kennels darn by is asked for and brought out to show himself and Good dog to at once a a grins with Dwight and Minster Gazette. Fired at highwayman. Winchester iud., dec. 26.�?As officer Warren Union City stepped off a train Here he was sandbagged by Soma unknown party. Ile got up and fired several bum a the highwayman but he escaped in a buggy which was standing Mai in in waiting held by an accomplice. Cruel torture. In ancient times prisoners were sub jeered to the most cruel tortures and terrible forms death. The monuments Aud records Nebuchadnezzar Tell with great auction How Many thousands his enemies he beheaded impaled and flayed alive. Not your lid. London dec. 26.�?the Duke Argyll writ a to the times advocating As a solution the armenian problem that the Powers drop their jealousies and Givin Russia to occupy Armenia. The times t presses Tho fear that this solution s Roo Blo la iat i the mystery ? new Yonk dec. 26.�?old Bill yes Burg most noted criminal in Tho country after pleading guilty to swindling by the Green goods scheme was discharged by recorder Goff. A Unicorn Christmas gift. Uniontown pa., dec. 26.�?ail the Coke companies in the Connellsville Coke Region have granted an Advance off to per cent to their 20,000 employ to Toke effect Jan i

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