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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - April 21, 1875, Elyria, OhioF Democrat Block 2d Story s in Maiuu of. 1. A Tulili. Tie year -.2 of Farrier. of Lei is will be s Tyi try to. Wash Ilkiv. Publisher the a j Judd the in morn. I a i. Fay. I t Tkv Anil councilor it . no a my i .lo.-k, Elyria Ohio u. W. Joi Inston t i Tol Tkv Ami Gnu Usopov tit of a Iko. A s i .loi.k. Ciko. P. Metcalf tier Joey Anil counsellor it Unic it. Ora . Kly 3 Silook. . Ohio. R. 11. Hoy it on Attoun l a at Law and notary i untie i v blur i Mon Block Over Hook u. U. Doo Little. T l inc ski at Lav notary Amlin Miruis Olyria Ohio special to the settlement of states Ahtl Anil . Ollice Over Ollie i. J. At. Jloyd. Elyria. J. K. If. Loud. One Loov Ohio. Olliso West or Post Geu. Gems Tex Ali uxry at Law Luul Justice of the lock Kly Vui Ohio. J. Downing. To Toni a at a. . Block a Hirria Ohio lil Anks Lor con on a entrusted co Triin i . Ha1.k, mid c Otin sectors at Oil leu l Niue i sock. Vol. No. 32. Elyria Lorain co., Ohio wednesday april 21, 1875. Whole no h. F. Wilson Soto Citro of t in it t s Della wings specifications and claims for patents caveats null Despini. Accurately prepared ail copyrights seemed of Short notice. Models made to order Viv pfc. Elyrn . Ii ii to John a. Cross auctioneer would refer to to Mol who Liu Kust sales made in this county b v him. O Nice 134 3 Road Street Elyria Ohio n. L. Johnson. Ottil a and at . I Ulaki Ark Elvria Ohio. Amp a Ley. , Uhr Ohio. Hall i to links to i a phys Ami at Haw w 11v to All business entrust d f i Ai o in ind adj Otinius u ill also Gnu time i the c s. Tircuit a d i h Ivl in Olio. Attention i -.1 h Leebe Moek Lyril mus. U. Whig twins in. Kofu k South Virom s a. Street first Elyria to a a it. Door Ohio a burgeon a lure door South of Iione. Lies. S near Avenue Elyria Ohio. G7f. Beckham I in h Downing amp son mrs. Ely s bloc pc. T i hours Vivoni 10 a. M., to 12 from 1 m., to v. Ii., can to t Ruml at Ollieu every unless prot Essi orally absent. G. Ii. Tereell D., Othick in Liard Vins in Ock opposite the House. Residence no. Iti St., 10 he Catholic Church. C4. It. Sheji Wood. And Sukkon. Caiu Tuttoi Ulii co. Of tuck Sirlou Ohio. K. T. I residence Corneto Road St Avenue opposite american hours from 7 to b a. Ruiu i l Oil s to to r. 3t. La Physician and surgeon Lias permanently at i Hack River Lovain county i lie will give prompt attention to culls. Itch Deuce on ice Priit St. I l. C. Kelsey in l is. Oil ice in Udd i Ullyott s new lock is Trout near the . I c. B. Knowlton kst1st. Olliie. J. Carpenter s Lillock it lieu. Imek chains. I Stakh. H. C. Stack. Stark Brothers amp co. in american and foreign dry is Toots shoes ready made l lot Hiir i hints Dils stoves nails. Ac., oct. I. K. Brooks. J. E. Brooks amp co. In har Ivare groceries family i hints oils and class Elyria Ii Ann an amp uitts. I. A f. In hardware groceries. Crock1 stoves Jii i tin and Mannl Iio if and dealers in cheese vats milk , i ail kids of Cheuse factory Stock. Special Ion to Iron am tin Soofi Btij a. Ria i u. Hay in watches. Clocks jewelry Sil Anil spectacles. J roil the Leebe House Elyria s. Wolcott. in Yankee notions Gold jewelry. J of All kinds old Ami Silver n oldies inn in Silver and Pluto spoons hotter knives Silve spool s stir own manufacture warranted pure. 1 k a j. Manville amp co. in drills and Mudi Orues 1 hints oils class Dyc sculls fancy articles a. Sign of the Den Alof tar the new urns store. Johnson. And dealers in Saab. Doors it Lilimus also mania a tuners of Uii Flos. Rth ii North of depot Ely Ria Ohio. Palis to Skrei. A. A. Tod1j. _ Cari Miagi . Glaring and one of Short notice. Mixed i ails on for Sale. Kast Broad Irons 11. Pm Allan amp vol comic. T p l sfe., Yin and ornamental printers. 11 Olirs we t of use bit House Ohio. All varieties of painting ind executed in the Noa Tust. Style. Co Meek of a l. College. Oberlin. And Massey s Lillock Elvria Ohio. For terms and Luoius m Sioui at Telegraph . . Sterbin How land. J. A finn. of Hue wet toolmaker s regulators Koom Odd new Block Elyria. A W. To l. P. Of the Ceaf Ratcil Ohio. See us Eldridge 12 Northrop Ami . Corner Superior and Seneca Eveland Ohio. John benf1am, Cai i Wiges Spring m a lumber wagons Kilt to class used. Avon Loralu co., Ohio. A sumy i a to Van unit Ersi f ii Eltea Ohio. A it and experienced corps of tors. Comprises 1 a Coll Geof arts. 2 to. I. Toug Tito. Ivery Sulci and Hoard Stablo. Car Raicos to All trains. Dealer in carriages and wagons and second for Wool ill led with promptness. Oll Loci no. 1211, Lii Hadst. Elyria Ohio. Nichols amp Peck in Jenl estate. Agents for fire e Ami Accident insurance. Pay special attention to Solliec All kinds of Prou Eity either at i Lento Sale or auction. Will also Loans collect a orcs to counts Neil Lents buy and sell notes and mortgages. Ollilee in Deebe Shock. Over Post Oll co july la Ohio 1. J. I ice. Ufko. A. a Niblic. Auctioneer. We. Ai Jukich and dealer in Hereford cattle pure 1.1 dotted Kimmy Elyria Ohio. Massey amp Ken Yon. Manint Actu to Kyls and dealers in All Kintos of foreign and cigars smoking fancy articles Chuwing and smoking tobacco sic. Broad St., Oppolt Reebe House Illyria Ohio. Still at work Psi k1swley, tailor thanks no Lor past i Lvovs would an Nonno that he has removed his shop Over Lannan amp obit pc s store who o he will to Happy upon Anil Cost moors. Cut tent Rio noon Short notice and work warranted to tit i . Elyria. March of Atli. Si70-tf bu1ck 13li Kroml Street 121 tin Ohio. Grain and Jacod of All kinds. Or1 tiers promptly attended to and delivered in Elyria free Ott Harare the bestow every 1 1 pc. I i. 11 thing a specs Alt. I ruin. Cash paid for All kinds of i. S. Mkt Alf. Amp co. s and attorney s Foru. S. Amp Noreik patents iri7 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. With associated Ollice in Washington and foreign countries. In inti of Mungaven House Asp , close to depot. Elyria Ohio. .1. J. Must Avn proprietor Choice a Rudds of wines cigars Gowman. Jar Biami hair lira user. 1 also music i m lie parties. Shop store. Road St., Elyria Ohio. Aug music furnished for private and Public parties. Shop under Spitzn Bernor s also by s. J. 1iowahp, and hair Dresser. Warm and Baths at All hours. One door Tiit Beebe House Elyria Ohio. John Roig successor to a respectfully pm ounces to the Paihr Tenil he continues the business of Taco Lute firm it the Sovner of Washington Avenne and Ali Oad streets Elyria. Oblo where Fie will Kot p on hand a Choice Assort tent of foreign and Domestic cigars warranted to puff themselves and give entire Intis Luciou. To will also keep u Choicia variety of chewing and smoking tobacco of the Best or ainu till of which he will suit at wholesale a no retail has Lony experience in tie of eur bibles him to say with entire Honfi Elencu that he can ail Tofy tie most fastidious Lover of the a Cetl. I Spect fully . John Toig. It Illyria oct. 2sth, mas8ey, Kenvon co. Successors to Abbo amp Van Houten Hannu Tui i s and dealers in foreign and Domestic cigars pipes Anutt i Louicus. Smokers Funcy Artl tiles and line Cut chewing amp smoking tobaccos of the Best brands. Dealers arc invited to Call and examine our Stock us we the Best Quality and sell at the lowest Cash prices shop East Side i Square. Elyria Ohio october 24th. 1s70. 952-1 Yat it of he Lisp so nearer amp Waldeck. 10-.7s. Is t s. Head quarters. No 55, Broad St. Stoves stoves stoves pro Mlotok of Elyria shaving parlor Ijo oms on strop under savings Bank Elyria Only. Shop neat and orderly. If o to t 2 s horse and cattle powders Mali press screws Dairy fixtures of nil Kiziu. Full Lino of House furnishing goods toy Ether tin Ware mantles amp grated Northrop s Patent Iron roofing f13ck, n Jar Oil s. A Cathcart can be found in Shooni no. I Odd Fellows Xci Jii Ock. Over Xor Roii it 1 Ecks to is prepared to do All kinds of Light Job work in , steel to. Ii is Long experience in this line enables him to satisfaction. Orders solicited. All kinds of sewing ii chinos pc paired. Stray Heifer came into the enclosure or the subscriber about october 10th, n three year Ort Heiter ice line Back and legs. The owner is to prove his property pay s und take her no guv. I. S. Straw Carlisle n of. Oth. 1371. _ passage age. Of tip foreign and us Foo in steamship Agency. Payable in every part of Europe also Julleis of credit. Passage tickets to and hum Liverpool Evte Euston London Glasgow Londonderry Bristol Cardiff Sweeden or Denmark by of new York or Hia by either of the Fol 1 owing. Kite Culvard Guiory. Eagm3, Inman White Star red Star. American Vav. Ii Ulbert it first not tonal Bank. . Do-1 to. W. And pc pin do to Nucci it att Wrork in dentistry and arc prepared to make All the kinds of plates. Operating made a specially Solo manufactures Lor porch Len in the county. Rooms no. 06, Broad Street. Fink shoes for the million Tsuk Kokitko at Philpott amp Daniels Sage amp Burns Silchu Csori to clips. A. Sci kudu Toto. Ten 33r.oa.o a i Iii dealers in Fine cigars Choice tobaccos. Also a full ass of Timit of smoking a. Fri. Rough its and impose. on hand. Elyria 1874. Good advice. La rending until Lions when you Hud Bright pass Ngos hint strike your Mill porn inns yen inny ivc Renson to think of at Nom for Sonson be not ont Mit de Hie sight but take them Down in Black and White sue i u ves Peet wisely shown to make another s souse one s own. In conversation when you meet with person s cheerful and discreet that speak or quote in prose or rhyme things in Octrous or Sublime observe what passes and anon when you come Home think thereupon write what occurs forget it not a Good tiling saved is a Good thing got. Our son. Lie Fame with i squirm and a Squall kicked with a Roar and i bawl Jils nose was As pug ear of a Jug and his howl like a night enter Wall. His hair As Black As your lint much More like his Mamma than Pap with his nose on the Rise Suzic qui Vivo for Hies lie. Re be Melcs his Mamma in that. But there s always some trait to redeem in ibis Case it did scorn ills Hon Vonly eyes were the Blue of the skies lie resembles his papa in this. Has the Lairg Osic ail Best Lisp any of fancy stationery in town. All the m shapes by the single Sheet or in boxes. O1 5 St. Be s Only a dependent advil inc nolds Sal alone in one of the Many rooms of her Uncle s splendid City mansion. Yet the brilliantly lighted Parlours were thronged with a Gay assemblage. Why was she the Only one sad u was her Cousin Clara s Hirish Iii lit and when Clara had been asked who Adalino wins the cruel answer Only n dependent n Ilis Fant relation of father s. Adaline had Hoard the contemptuous reply and Bonce she was alone and Woepi no. Suddenly so started up and exclaimed i am Adene Dent j will win a name and they shall yet to proud of their Cousin she dropped upon her Knees asking god to guide her in Tiu step she was going to take. When she arose the guests wore departing for she could hear the carring Calis they rolled away. Yet she did not retire until the Dawn of Day. Her slender lingers were Hying Over to paper on which so was writing. The morning was Bright As 3ir. Howard sat aloud in his Library. He was thinking of the past. Once More lie was n child seated at his father s fireside with his Brothers an Sisters listening to his kind sire s advice. The Dovith in gel claimed his fondly loved Mother another and Mother passed away until All were gone but his sister Ada. Her lie just saw verging into womanhood. Another vision now passed before him his provid aristocratic wife. She had deceived Nim it mattered not How it was too late now for remedy. His daughters three in number had grown to womanhood and inherited their Mother s foolish Pride. He had heard Clara the eldest but the evening before say that Adaline was Only a dependent. The words had sunk deep into his heart. Was not Adaline his sister s child again and Ada passed before him arrayed in her bridal Robes. He heard her Farewell words and Felt her Farewell kiss. She was going to her Western Home. A few Short years passed by alien one dark Day a letter came tolling him of his sister s death then of her husbands and asking him to rear her child As his own. Nobly lie did his duty by his dead sister s child. But his words were the Only kind ones Adaline received. While he sat thus recalling the past two soft arms stole around his neck and a Sweet voice said what arc you thinking about must j Tell you that it was about my Little net of How lonely i shall be when she is gone. Gone where Uncle to mrs. Westbrook s. Did i not Promise to Send you next month Yos Uncle but i thought you had forgotten it. J am so Happy v at the thought of going Back to dear Walnut Hill once More not at leaving you Uncle. Again she murmured the words of the night before i will win a name for his Sake. And in a few moments she was walking Down the Street towards the Post Ottlee bearing in her hand the treasures that she had penned when Hope was almost dead in her heart. Said Clara Howard do you know father is going to Send Adaline Back to school again yes i know it and i have told him that she will repay him with in gratefulness. Just then Emma come in with a newspaper saying there is such i Beautiful piece of poetry in the Gazette it is called thoughts of and the editor has complimented the authoress whose name is Lena. Clara read it and poured Forth her praises on the writer. Adaline was in the next room and her heart bounded with Joy and Hope As she recognized her own poem. We will pass Over the Farewell and Adaline s sadness at leaving her kind Uncle. The dependent is again mrs. Westbrook s favorite Pupil. Ada tells her secret to her kind Precept Ress. The name of soon found its Way into the literary world. No one suspected however that Lena the poetess was Adaline key11 Olds. Three years passed. Adaline was still with mrs. Westbrook for altho she had Long since graduated with the highest honors she preferred remaining with Ner kind Friend and assisting her in her duties of labor and love. A new Light had dawned upon her also and was loved in return. Yet he knew not that he loved the poetess Lena. The world was ringing with her Praise and he too had admired the heaven born Talent of Lena. Adaline on her part knew not yet Tuat or. Edward Stanley was sometimes called the Hon. Edwaad Stanley and was congressman from a she had met him it mrs. Westbrook s cousins and had promised to become fits wife. She was seated in a pleasant reverie when she was interrupted by the servant telling her that an old gentleman wished to see her. He was none other the cheerful defendant. A reporter of the Eagle approached or. Beecher just As the adjournment was ordered by the court. Or. Beecher sat with a smile on his countenance swinging around in the witness chair and a knot of newspaper men and other friends gathered around him. Reporter or. Bee her it looks to me As though there was a Providence in this. Or. Beecher there is a Providence in everything my boy. I thought this morning that this being Friday if you should pass an exciting Day on the stand it would perhaps interfere with your prayer meeting this evening. Or Beech of no sir that to Ednot make the slightest difference in the world. I am like one of those steamers built in water tight compartments. If one of them gets smashed and fills up the rest Are All right. It does not make a bit of difference on that account. I think now i will take a ramble among the Book shops. This trial has been like hash to me. You know hash is very Good occasionally but when you have had it for fifty or sixty Days right along it becomes a Little tiresome. A Tennessee Memphis april at Brownsville tenn., last evening Kobert Medlin county court clerk was shot and killed in his office by two Brothers named Henry and Ely Bond. The former was a lawyer and administrator of ail estate during the settlement of which some Days since he and Wedlin had an altercation in regard to the clerk s fees which resulted in the two Brothers going to Medlin s office for satisfaction and it is reported on entering the office Henry produced a pistol when Medlin Rose from his seat and exclaimed am unarmed. Without replying Bond fired at him. Medlin closed with him and attempted to seize the pistol when1 Ely. Bond Fred several shots at him and he fell dead having been shot eight times. The Bonds surrendered themselves and were to have an examination to Day the affair caused great excitement As All parties were prominent citizens. Medlin leaves a wife and one child. Than her undo who clasped her in his arms. Wolfen mis. Westbrook told him that Adaline Lena tears of Joy rolled Down his need Cheeks. Uncle she said who would Lena have to love her if you were gone now have Given my consent to the Hon. Edward Stanley and when you Are the congressman s Bride you May forget your Uncle. Adalphus could not spunk for a. Moment for Surprise then she said never never will 1 forget your kindness of the poor orphan. I would not Irno been what i am now if it had not been for your generosity. Now in my Days of Prosperity 1 would be Vigra Toful to forget you. But she exclaimed blushing did you Call Edward str i Ley a really did you not know j i until this moment. Tust mrs. Westbrook ii Torquil. Or. How ird told her Why Adaline looked intended telling her nth self and ask Pardon for the deception 1 practice upon both of them said mrs. Westbrook. Told Edward this evening our Lena s history just before to left when or. Howard returned to the Ity Atla Linc accompanied him but she did not go to his mansion. She stopped with an . It was soon noised about that the gifted and Beautiful Lena was in the i Ity and her True name came out at a Ball where her cousins and All heir aristocratic friends were present. Air Allanc was attended by her betrothed Liu Saml Edward Stanley. She was Nora cd in n Robe of Satin. Her Raven curls were confined by a band of the richest pearls whilst a necklace of he same encircled her Nock. But when the misses Howard s arrival was announced proudly almost mightily did she meet them with a Jilm dignity befitting n Queen receiving her subjects. She was the running itar of the season. Time passed and air. Howard Lay on ils death bed prostrated by n is Uklyn ind mortal disease. Adeline had mown o nurse him for Clara had eloped Villi a worthless adventurer. Edward Stanley was also there. For so i will Call he Aid am sorry to Sec you so ill. Have just come in sn.h.1 lie old Man receive my Blessing before 1 die. I have no right to ask the Avor of you yet i will. J rot oct my Ivil e and 1 will to them All you solemnly replied Edward Stanley. Your kindness to me is dearer in to than life. Suffer or smiled faintly. God 1 thank toe. He cried. Can now die contented Emmie and Annie the haughty ballroom Belles were moved by that scene of death and vowed that they would live differently As they pressed a kiss upon their dying father s lips and saw their Mother borne fainting from tiie room Clara the disobedient child was not forgotten. Her my sail the old Man Tell her .1 freely forgive her a few Moths after he was joined by his repentant wife who died Blessing Adaline with her last breath Ami leaving her two daughters now almost penniless to the poor Cousin s care. It was a Bright and Beautiful morn in the Early Spring a bin Lena the gifted Anil Beautiful stood before the altar to become the wife of the distinguished Edward Stanley. There too were Emmie and Annie looking happily on while mrs. Westbrook smiled her congratulations. Edward Stanley not Only took his wife but her now dependent Adaline did not look upon them As such Jio Wever. But treated them As Sisters. But where was Elnern All this time for three years she was not heard from. But one dark Winter s night a Pale woman in tattered garments might be seen wending her Way Down to the Hon. Edward Stanley s Beautiful residence. Feebly she knocked for admittance. The servant started at her wonderingly when she asked if mrs was Home. Her said adalim., who always listened to tie voice of distress. The Pale supplicant entered and cast her eyes on her two Sisters who know her in n moment and at once Adaline received the wanderer to her heart. Clara bad come Homo to Adaline s to die a deserted heart broken wife. All that could be done was done to restore her but in vain. Adaline s voice soothed her in her wildest words of delirium and it was Adaline s voice that convinced her that she could yet be saved. Thus the proud contemptuous Beauty owed her last comforts nay even her escape from a paupers grave to the dependent she had scorned. From tie Cabin a for api la. The approaching limit to american development. In a com m Unity that is Young years redundancies of population May occur As a result of immigration or of natural and even a thinly settled Region May to us much Over populated As the cities the Highlands Scotland for As Mil this tells to find Liere the begin to upper. The census of 1870 shows that for Tun Bosforo that Date i Roplo were quitting the Stokilo Lwills of new England Anil set King the towns and titles. The entire population of some. States us Hizine Dull new Hampshire during the it Caile and it would seem tji at we arc Appi ii cling the Lin iils of in die East. Jut Trio West avos a Well . To talk of the West we need it a both a Liam such n s Tilie Serinius Inix lip. Snolis in panel Tho testimony of travellers who Liao no to Coniti Yontal railway Bonds to sell will slow is that there is Little More room for population West of the Mississippi Valley. The geographers estimate the whole area United states and territories at about Throe and a half million Square Miles an area not greatly less than that of China or of Siberia but from this area we have to deduct n full Mil lion of Square Miles in one nearly a third of tie whole for the vast Mountain Region that lies West of the Valley. From the Eastern slopes of the Kooky mountains to the Western Wall of the Sierra Nevada 900 Miles from East to West in the latitude of san Franciseo and from Mexico All the Way to Canada twelve Hundred Miles from North to South the i Ruinn j . I they Nilow Licking in t Here if they do i m the larger part of the country is a howling wilderness Ami not Only this but an i Reclaimable wilderness. Explorers and surveyors tells us that most of this Region is a anal pain and unwatched country of Barren Inonu twins and sterile Highlands a Domain of minerals and Snow and its Mere Elevation makes it unsuitable for the habitation of an agricultural people. Much of it is a mile too High in the air for the ripening of Eropkin our latitudes. The territory of Wyoming contains Square Miles and not a foot of it i. Less than four thousand feet above the sen level. The lowest Valley of Utah possibly a few of the sunken deserts of the is higher than the average summits of the Allegheny mountains and Nevada is hardly lower than . We know that in South America whole communities live and cultivate their crops at much greater elevations to Iii these but it is in regions that arc also much nearer tie Equator and proportionately warmer. The writer just quoted say s at the Navajo farms in Arizona l have seen icicles six inches Long on the rocks Only three Hundred feet above the Fields on the Isth of june and in 1871, when the indians had with great labor brought Forward a crop of Corn and planted Young Orchards on the night of May 31 storm of sleet froze every Plant and tree solid to the ground if there were no other causes Elevation alone would Render half the far West unlit for the Farmer. And Cieu. W. B. In zen tolls us from his own observation in american Lii cum january 1873. That Western limit of our agricultural lands Lias been reached by settlements along the Frontier from the Kio Grande to the parallel of latitude. From thu Looch Meridian to tie Sierra Nevada mountains a distance of twelve Hundred Miles there is not More than one acre to the Hundred that has any appreciable value for agricultural purposes or that will for the next Hundred years sell for an appreciable sum. Moreover for one Hundred Miles reaching that Meridian there is comparatively Little Good and he adds Phenomena of the formation and rapid growth of flew Rich and populous states will no More be seen in our present Domain. 2sto tie Westward rolling tide of population is already boating against the limits of one habitable Domain and there except for i scanty population of miners and graziers the proud wave must be stayed. Doubtless our habitable country is to be much More thickly settled than at present. But this does not imply that our population is to rival that of India or China. Climate and other things which Ould to treated Only in a technical essay Are against us and each new census Falls Short not Only of the popular expectation but of the estimates of experts made in Advance. While we arc still Distant from the limit of our population we arc probably much nearer it than we suppose. We people continents by steam poorer now Adays and the process has been carried on so rapidly in America that our. Immigrants Are already returning in considerable numbers to Europe. Lint this question must not detain us. Let Minsk another that is Allied with it namely How old is tie american charter to Day. Journey of a Needle. Fifteen months , while or. B. F. Robinson of san Gus mass., was temporarily residing at Enst Bridgewater in walking across the room in slippers he stopped upon a Needle which penetrated through the sole of the Slipper breaking off piece of the Point and entering his foot with such Force that he was unable to extricate it. It has troubled him More or less during this period of fifteen months at times giving him great pain and causing him Tobe quite lame. About a month ago to was induced to go to a doctor and have it examined but there was no indications As to its . Physician of Saugus afterwards Cut around its supposed locality but did not discover it. On monday of this week before or. Robinson arose he was seized with a violent pain in his ankle and on reaching Down in bed feel the Needle which bad worked its head out so that it was visible. Mrs. Robinson procured another Needle and inserting the Point through the Eye of the one projecting Drew it. Out. It proved to be a Large Button Needle about three quarters of an Inch in length having traversed Itofe Way around in his foot nil. This time and coming out More than nine inches from where it originally entered. Boston journal. Letters were sent to each one of the Hartford Conn clergy asking that he be present at the United states hotel at 9 o clock on the morning of april 1st to marry a or. Thomas Jar clan Marsh. Seven clergymen were caught by the a p Ril trick and were on harii.1 at the appointed. Three or four happened to Clotet by a evidently Saj aug to another that lie had such an engagement and the one to whom he made tie remark replied he also had a , and that rather remarkable to incidence led them from tie Detroit Froe press. A schoolmaster around Loose. Four or five Days ago a Man Abou years of nge looking As if he had been drawn Over a Dusty floor an hour or two called upon one of the members of the of education and introduced himself is William Cannon Harrison of . Iio was politely received and commenced business a promptly by saying a looking for a Slit school teacher. A i replied the member wondering Why the Man w. In t looking for n woodpile. Could have nought a pile of recommends so continued the Man measuring wild his hands recommends Don t amount to t nothing. any Sci tool in asked the Moira bar. C a Flat Jet in hero in replied the Man. Via wages do you began the member Wien the schoolmaster interrupted of Well i s Post you pay going and that s All i Waii ask Foi. I Don t want to put on style and live High As i m getting n locale old and ought to save Money. I was going to remark said the member when the schoolmaster suddenly inquired the schools Man you want to dress the Brays Down i be had pm come for me by the dozen and it would do your heart Good to see the Way .1 Laid Ein Why when j. Had that school in Bay court y i thought nothing of Licking thirty scholars a Day besides hearing twelve classes recite i m an old Seren Jer j Tell you and there s fun in when you get me woke hardly commenced the member again won the schoolmaster jumped up and said course Yon won take me unless i pass but i Saint afraid of not passing. 1 like to see h word i could t spoil. For instance Catarrh a at a or a Catarrh dandelion d-a-n-d-e-1-i-o-n, Ila Delion. Or try on words of Yon r syllables lugubrious 1-u-g-u-w-r-i-o-u-b, lugubrious of i can Knock the socks right Oil n these swell headed teachers and not half try i should like to help put in the member you need t think i m behind on geography interrupted the teacher. For instance what is an isthmus an isthmus is n narrow strip of land connecting two larger bodies. Is the world round or Flat round. Why is it round because it is. Which is the largest River in tie world the Amazon. Which is the highest Mountain the Andes. I might go on for seventy live Days this Way and then not Tell you half i know seem to be pretty Well posted in geography but As i wanted to Tell on grammar exclaimed tie teacher jumping up again. Is a noun a noun is the name of any person place or thing. Give us an example Man dog cat Coon Goat Jackknife fish Hook Gate Post. What Are the principal conjunctions and As both because for if that or nor neither either and so Forth and so Forth. Of i m Rig ton the roof of the meeting House Wynn you Sling grammar tit me tins member was getting desperate and As soon As he could get in a word he said will take your name and As soon As a vacancy i Klow arithmetic from cover to the Man standing up again. Can go through the tables like lightning through a Haystack and w Iiron you get to fractions and cube Root i m awful 1 weigh advertising Bates Ono Dollar per Square for one inner toe and s3 neuts Lor each suds Cacot inst ton less than Throe months. For one a inv _ f 6 Foi cards for advertisers. _ 3 of Ono Square year. Each additional Square not a of Encl additional Square Over three 3 of for six per cent to ton and a half and still growing kit Mctie s 1113favorite study and i la give you to find a Man who la saw sums in sums Down As quickly to suspect away. Thu trick and they St Nicl you in two and plane emas i can his speech took the. Wind out of him and the member managed to say there was no vacancy at present but be would take his name and consider his Case As soon As one occurred. Like to commence right replied the Man i m willing to wait. Here s my name and the i nit i get your letter i la come Down allying. If you get me you Don t get much style but you get old common sense and genuine education. You won t see scholars playing hide and Coop around the Wood Box or on the floor no you and he went Down stairs. A Day of dedication. Mrs. H. C. Mccabe president of the woman s Christian Temperance Union of Ohio issues the following card one Hundred ministers of England have United in making a Call for a Day of fasting and prayer in View of the prevalence of intemperance. The Day named by them for this purpose is the 30th of the present month. In consideration of our own alarming condition the woman s National Temperance Union requests that the Temperance people of this land unite with our English friends on the same Day in fasting and prayer. Will not nil our pastor of whatsoever name preach to tie people on Sabbath 25th inst., preceding the Day of prayer and awaken them if possible to a sense of our degradation and danger to necessity of untiring Effort to Avert Groat calamities How a Glass factory was closed. On saturday night Blower s boy employed at a South Side window Glass factory became intoxicated and when a came of the factory on monday again still drunk the firm discharged him. The other boys employed in a similar capacity then refused to work unless the firm reinstated the boy in his place. A member of the firm went for tie boys and other helpers and told them that he intended to run that factory the views of the proprietors. Two of the who happened to be married said that they would go to work anyhow. At this the others demanded that the firm should not Only reinstate the Drunken boy but should discharge the two men who h d offered to go. To work. The firm then discharged All the boy Send told the men to hire others. This the latter snid was not their business and to bring matters to a. Focus the proprietors put out the lures and shut up the factory with a determination not to reopen it until next september. Thus were seventy five persons thrown out of employment by a Drunken boy. Alcorn Argus Cincinnati o., april 8. A commercial special says a fearful Tornado swept through Edinburg illi., at Hal past four p. In., to Day demolishing the Cly Istian Church in which Twenty or thirty Young ladies and gentlemen had gathered for a rehearsal. fifteen. Had been taken. From the ruins at the latest accounts. Miss Porter was dead Dick Greenwood both legs broken 3. B. Eaton seriously injured miss both legs and one Arm broken or. Kimmerer jaw and shoulder broken. Several others injured but names n6t ascertained. Five dwellings were also blown Down and an elevator badly damaged. For three months to per cent to be added advertisements should be marked with Tho number of insertions required. When not so marked they will be ordered out act charged at the rates above specified. Beecher s denials. The Moinett of the Beecher Case has arrived. Evarts said last week to a Friend firmly believe or. Beecher in innocent. In Fuet i have not a doubt of it. If i bad i would have nothing to do with the a new York dispatch to the Chicago times referring to the scene in court Mon this graphic description when Errata slowly and with dramatic whether or not either. _ _ ton had in this interview with or. Beecher Ever made e Ither or written charges or even allusions to any supposed criminality Between mrs. Tilton and or. Beecher witness becoming More apparently excited and rising to height of his great oratorical and dramatic Al Powers answered finally., with uplifted hand face glowing with excitement and his whole form expressive of the intensity Bis feelings was almost Insolera ble even if requisite in that to be asked such questions. But that neither Ilo Ulton nor Tilton nor any living Man dared have made such allusions or used such language to him. The Climax of dramatic Power has been reached. Bencher s hearers were literally thrilled to such an extent that the impulse of applause was checked while they hold their breath to watch the effect on one another and s.9 the silence was about to be broken by a burst of applause the in a Stern tone and the court officers by menacing looks warned All in court that absolute order would be maintained and that the first movement toward Apo Iuse would be followed by ins expulsion of the detected parties the Cincinnati Gazette of the 7th puts the Case very forcibly As follows no one could have expected any denials from or. Beecher More emphatic or More sweeping than those be had uttered luring the last three or four clays. He is at Issue on every essential allegation with Moulton and til ton and there is no doubt that Hewill deny in the most positive terms mrs. Statement. One or the other of a fuse parries either or. Beecher or hese three persons Are guilty of lug and perjury. No Middle ground Viiu be taken. Which one is to be believed Beecher has never been with untruthfulness on any occasion before this. Tilton has been proved to in and has confessed that he lied. Moulton has also confessed that he lied. Moulton also had confessed that he lied and his course in the Proctor libel Case showed that he lied. Mrs. Moulton s testimony is Likely to be successfully impeached if accounts of or. Cleveland s testimony Are accurate. As the Case stands to Day we believe there Are few who would hesitate about the verdict. Toledo Democrat in a bad Way. The Seneca county stockholders of the Toledo newspaper company of this City have petitioned the court for the appointment of a receiver to take charge of the Democrat and Herald by that company. The Toledo Blade to night publishes three columns of matter containing the petition and a number of affidavits showing that the condition of the company has been on the verge of bankruptcy. The parties having control of the paper it present Ai a Dodd Stedman and others and it is alleged they have manipulated the Stock to bring the control into their own hands and to the detriment of the Seneca county owners. The whole affair shows Sharp practice on the part of Toledo democratic politicians. It would be interesting to know How tar the recent democratic defeat in Toledo has been influential in hastening matters to a crisis. The gardens of China the chinamen who walk Over Bridges built years ago who cultivated the Cotton Plant centuries before this country was heard of and who fed silk Worms before King Solomon his throne have Square Miles around Shanghai which Are called the Garden of China and which have been tilled for countless generations. This area is n s Large is new York and Pennsylvania combined is All Meadow land raised but a few feet above the River canals a Complete net work of water communication the land under the highest tilth three crops a year harvested population so dense that wherever you look you see men and women in Blue pants and Blouse so numerous that you fancy some fair or Muster coming off and All hands have turned out for a Holiday. Tilings. The Best theology a pure and Beneficent life. The Best philosophy a contented mind. The Best Law tie Golden Rule. The Best education self knowledge. The Best statesmanship self Gover Urbont. The Best Medicine cheerfulness and Temperance. The Best Art painting a Sumile upon the brow of childhood. The Best science extracting Sunshine from a Cloudy Way. The Best to War against one s weakness. The Best music the music of an innocent child. The Best journalism printing True and the Beautiful on Tablet. A the Best the life which writes Charity in the largest the Best that which doubles the Iii Piti Joys and divides the most boots shoes. Place to buy boots and shoe s is a Buck and Reeve s. They Are Selling men s Kip to 4 25, and women s slips at 35 to 90 and 25, men s rubber boots at 00 anal warrant them not to crack and for less without warranty. Arctic alaskan women misses and childrens rubbers in proportion and finally every thing in our. Line Low for Cash. Base Ball is to be commemorated in Marble. An american sculptor at Florence Macnamee by name is now engaged upon and hns nearly finished an original statute in Marble called base Ball Catcher. The figure is that of n nude youth springing Forward with arms ready to catch the Ball As it come from the batsman. The statute has been greatly admired by those who have been allowed to see it and will be exhibited at the Philadelphia Centennial. Imprisonment and starvation. San fan Cusco april 13. A Young Man named Fred. Brandenburg was found dying from starvation and Exa listion under a pile of lumber on the City front Early this morning he stated before he died that he crawled under the lumber nine Days ago. Other lumber was piled around stopping his Watress. He is a son of Mathias Brandenburg of no. 6 Charles place . The deceased eighteen years of age

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