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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - December 30, 1874, Elyria, OhioIf Hotnit l abolished Eoenie wednesday Union Block 2d Story get sold s Book Stoke. Publ her fin.1 ukr to fwd the a Joloff the Ejof Joyd this is be Atri adored to. Vol. No 1g. Elyria Lorain co., Ohio wednesday december 30, 1874. S. A. , Printer. Business Prator. Lawyers. W. Fay. Puiul counsellor it Law. No i. Ely Block Kly Ohio whole no 1170. 11. I Okusky Anil counsellor at Law. A of. , Ely s Block. P. Metcalf v a and counsellor at Elvue. Koom . Kly s Block Kry . Olio i. To of. At and notary Public or Iii i Utu Over More. 0. Doolittle. Tool Tkv at i a notary Public Ami agent. Elvia Ohio. Special give Tho settlement of estates tied in vice Over 8t Lyu a it Coll citing and a Louvora Nusug. Ihu 1 Ost Otili f. I u. Tloka. J. Houd. I Raihl. Kly Iii. ,1. K. Amp j. Houd. To a in tto Toneys at Elyria. Ohio i lie a look one door West of 1 Ost . Olmsted. 110unky at Law and Justice of Ivaloo. Uei be Hlozek Elyria Ohio. Downing Oll co on s for con Lucid All business to him prop Emurl to. W. I. Nav v Al Okky at Law. Oll co on 1 Mic Park. I v Elyria Ohio. Blanks for on c h .u.k. Hale amp Fay. I l Johnf Clos i in. Usu. It a in i Nio i Ulolo 1toknky counsellor it Law. Public. I Erk. Elvria. Ohio. Hale amp Bay Ley. it Law islam k Kivi a. Ohio. Amp Poppleton. Thous yes and counsellors will a. I 1-omptly attend to All business entrusted to Iligir cure in Lorain Ami adjoining counties Anil Svitil also practice in the s. Cuit Ana i to strict court in Ohio special attention to tace be Ulock Al Vita uti to. Physicians. Mk3. U. L. Uigu1ns, in. Kwh k South Street Glrst dour Elyria Uliuli Tola m. Suurs from s a. C. T cd Suici homeopathic a surgeon. M floor South of lieelu.1 krn.m5th St., ii West a a Timur Elyria t to. Wit11 o. Downing amp son mrs. Ely s Block. Ollice hours from 10 a. M., to Lam. From i r. A. To 4 .u., can be round at Iolite every unless prot Essio guilty absent. G. Tykeill m. D., ills Iuliu Edwiu a Block opposite thu Lii be House. Residence no. In 4th St., next tithe Catholic Hurch. G Leta Here o o d 1 and so Urkon. Calls promptly attended to. Ollice West mile i Niblic i Aik Tel Syria. Ohio. K. R. Halkeis l kill t and residence Corner of Broad St Aii a avenue., opposite a uie Rii an House. Liliee , from 7 to a a. I Ironi l1. H., Tytun o to in 1. 8ampsel Bros. Physicians am so i. Hours t Roll ii to a. A. And from i m. Attention Riillo culls at All Horn. I3 t in 1st t s drawings and claims for patents caveats and designs accurately prepared and copyrights lie mired on Shor l notice. Models made to order by ii. K. Wilson Elyria Ohio. John a. Cross auction Kkt would refer to some of Tihe largest sates made in this Courly by him. i Frond Street. Still at work i kk1vlry, Lor past to favors would announce that he Lias Reol imoved his shop amp Obilt s Ujj Giorc. Olio to to will Happy to wait upon friends and customers. Uono of Short , unit work warrant i to proper v made. Elyria March liw. Roll to cad Nabbia. By ii. Arl la Tel t. N o. Luxor Lthrop Neil Ion s Hlozek. Corner Superior and Seneca slice is Cleveland Ohio. John Benham of spi Lnor masons. Lumber a i Liiv. A isl i materials nod. Avo Lorain co., Ohio. Lucily Baldwin Hutka. Ohio. Vol and experienced corps of instnu1.i comprises 1 a Colloq cent any. I. I a College of i in Macy. I a commercial he part meet. U a department of line arts. A Itic Roase of stud lists in Tho past Vears. Winter term opens january Lith. Lodman. O., i Les ule it. .1. To 1iocoi1tos. Token. Houghton to Takeh. Livery Sale and Board stable. Cir ring is to All trains fare 25 fonts. Dealers i carriages muggles und wagons Newana second Iii . Ardeis i pm Wood tilled with promptness. Will also Espe Ehu j the Purchase and Sale of estate. Deeds j. Cases Ite. Drawn to order. Im1ee no Ryti. Broad St., Elyria Ohio. Nic11ols amp . In Lional Stath. Agents for fire. c and a Eilent Lustra in to. Nuvill special attention to Sellini nil kinds in Thor at. Private Sale or .tlon. Will now to Ity either Al. Of into Saui or auction. Will i i 17 vv Taftsr is negotiate Loans cold it notes Acu nuts n i j ii at Aid Jilli. 1 it uts. Anil sell notes and Mot to Ridgesc in Reevie i Loek. Over i Oil Ollilee -.Lyrin, am Hio. P. .1. I . Notar at dutch breeder and Pealer in Here obd cattle i Are . Illyria Tizio. Amp Ken Yon. and healers in All lands of foreign and Doin stir Rikars smoking fancy articles and smoking Tobaies Joe. Broad St. Oppo it Houe. Elyria Ohio. I per Cmuk and Ili ii or in i Esh and Salt o me is Stile in Public. e. his May ret t Assur etl to. No Puli will he Dei to Lalicin i entire satisfaction i Al Viia. Ann. 19th. . ,s6-h s. ions t Gibson. And dealers in Grain feed Etc. Order.promotl-. Tended to and delivered in Elyria free of no. 55t Broad St. Nmoinul of whim l or Hoof boat Lusaka pin1 Hili Mico of Iho in Nimori 3tiy, Liy Tovo Liest of All 1 Siw Tillo Bou i m tiny. I Prtt i1 lilo i Tif y colonnade win lilo plunk Ali voc thu Teuvo a roof of be Unpi i Vilutis to tin1 Ulm ruin. At Viiu a a Sluti Rush til air 1 ill has Tyllo to Illch Ami of and la Rolicki Dowie tin.1 push 1 inn no. Ily Suin Iiri Garden it Van i Nii Ilco Trio in Urlo Kiniris Tny Dettt and h or lilo by t wait Ali. Us my lust mid t Fly Ali Stony Pani pots and Newny hopi Iino to nolo upon a show d nets. Silent a tied slow by lower and the freighted i and go. T gliding Down by town and a Ubibi Sergt d re .Wiudlvom thu Siloro. Viltis Scimmi a d one by Onu t Pon their wooded irs. And lower Ali la Nyzio l i zing in Tho and Disney Signiii glad of Walland of Light und Blok zoning Tho stello pass Van Ennu Wil i in White Seudiv 1 , is thisor Tim ii All Mouish Inlo air is Liery a Sand itch Mim no and anywhere s vict visit not Lade away linger until my heart shall Siut Iii it or i to Imea Day and nil Beaul y the Inke. A Neil Puii my brain i is nipped in Iii at scene then into tin1 air and be if them Lindsl been. Charge paid All kinds of Mill main Sti fo1, Lyrin. Olizi amp co. it attorney s furl. 1 eign patents. Feet i Levindo Iii. With mice in i a Tvr. In in Freison icon Avex a nil mini close to pc pot. Elyria a. Ohio. I Loim Wietor Choice or ainu of ales. Wines cigars. I try Ivet. A Abl Hon a1ji.1 Tjai Ber and hair . I1 als., Muic Nish a private ill pm iliac Pat lies. Slip inc scr clot Urail St., Illyria. S. J. Lio Waud and hair his ser. Warm and o Baths at All hours. One door of tic Seel a , Kiy Lii. Olio. J o h n i o i g Lorner of Wood or l. U. 1celsey dkjtt1st. Ollice in Odd fellow s Kropid Street near the depot. U. B. Of dict Oberlin Ohio. Onice j. Canie Imek Hainta. U. I. To Taku Boot delis amp co. I Kazelis ill american and foreign dry goods groceries hardware boots thoes , Heady made clothing i hints oils Vii stoves a tails it. .1. K. Lii tools. K. Books. J. E. A Hooks amp co. . A Amily supplies i hints oils and mass Elyria o. Obitts. I in hardware , Ury stoves and tin Waro and Al aunt Lucitt Rirs and dealers in cheese vats milk cuts Usu nil Kiula of ii else i torn Stock. Special Iii Antion Given to lion and i in my rib o. Foreign and Domestic cigars for Cook stoves it in. He Willid of keep a and smoking tobacco the All i l Vii re m ill will Usail Khatau his if i Peri lice in Trio t-.lurc of Bulus to say Antiiroulis Tunco that to can suit is v inc Moat first idiom Louvi of the orig is Vav j. A bean. Kijl Salk and retail in iu.-, k l Uii Luction by i uit.-, Allback of Tel voice lick ours line of Alt s 10 r purposes. No. Side Kylyna. Ohio. C Laizik amp co. ail Rouil to Alers in candles French Coupe Mouery fruits tobacco Choice brain tvs i cd Gera pipes urorcrie.4, wines a. Wyrwin Olio. J k Vve Teh i St Ken von censors to Abl Van Houten to to the made the new Aine Rifaie it to vim nor mini urc1 in ionic r or it Rovis Alsohii go variety Cook and pm ii-c-i. Ufi where. I i31xoi a 1 Wjk Jjck no. Lir Oad Street. The Insi Ivanco co. Ash icjo.. Organized i Isis. Vears experience. I in no other suite an at Ord l to Ami dues injure at Les Rales than or company. Prompt Persona attention will be to All int siness Eosin i cautions Uresse to of i Osi Hoy. A remit. 11 27-tf Ollre no. 0, Ely Block Elyria. C. ill watches Loek jewelry silverware mid spectacles. Road a. Omie tint Leebe House Elyria Ohio. Foreign and Domestic cigars 1-ipes, snuff Igar i . A and line Imp chewing amp smoking Best brands. Dealers lire invited to Imp examine , As we hate the Why my sell at the lowest Cash prices Side .ll Kly r 10. a an to found in room 1, Odd Fellows hew Block. Over Northrop 1 i i-k-., where he is prepared to do All kinds of Job work in Iron brass , h is loner of Verh me in Tinline him 10 guarantee Linn. Orders Soli Fulcd. All kinds of dec i of Call bes St of . Wolcott. 1 in Yankee notions jewelry of All Kiutus Gold and Silver w niches her Nisi Silver find plated spoons f knives also Silver spoon b 01 own annul to tire warranted pure Ria. .111 dkugg18ts. J. amp co. 1 in drugs and medicines Ceria 1 Anta oils. Glass Dye stuff so cry Vivory annoy not Clos sign of the oct mortar Trio new store. Lukinson amp Johnson. And dealers in Saab doors Iii Iii also Uil Tii tuners of sawed leu. Hiiop n Ruth or Repol Elyria Ohio. Pa1ntjekss. W. Todd. Todd amp Todd. Todd. Amp Holcomb. Slob o a mental a tutors Ria Olio West v f-103 or an exact item in the neatest style. College y and Massey s j. _ Stephen Rowland. Al clocks. Watch1 allows now mock Olia Husoe Elyria parlor on Boom Street under savings bake o. Experienced Barb is Only. Shop neat and or dryly. Passage Bency. Ustah Lisheid Nind european steamship agony v i Syable in every Parton Kiu Oivo also letters of credit. Passage tickets to an i from Liverpool London Glasgow Londonderry Bristol Cardiff Norway Sweeden or Denmark by Way fit now York or Philadelphia by either of Tho following lines Vaud Inman. National a Hitje Sta r Guion red Star. , american. J. W. first National Bank Elyria Ohio. Successor to a a Dideo to. Of St., i i ii Era in Choice tobaccos. Aljo. A f Uil assortment of smoking article reidies incl 1 ice constantly on band. Ely Rifi August Mill Tatj amp son. A. W. And prepared to execute All work in mid no Pard to make All tic Diu Tieni kinds of plites. Operating made a specially for por Colin work in lie county. Al films no. 00, it Road Street. Opter Anil lunch rooms. Tipsters in nil styles also Colin by tin Pink. or gallon. Choice c i pc a. 3s s smoking and chewing tobacco kept i on stantly Jill. i ies cakes candies a. No. 113, St., first done Smith s jewelry store. Lib by Werin Anil Ria business College would respectfully announce to Tho of Klov Riband Vicinity to limit we have Securo Tho Lyon Rovon in the second floor in a Tussey s new Block for the Wiur Moscot establishing a business c of Lejure. The rooms Tiu be open on Antl Altus oct for Tho reception of students Otill a Pochil fatten Tiomi to the that course of study will be so arranged that students can of Jeneive instruction in the Oay time evening1. Those who to secure n Beautiful hand writing should not fail to attend classes. The instruction in Rook veep info will to of the most thorough and Artic tical character. Call at rooms and see specimens of penmanship. Itch Given upon application. T. To Keek. Pros. S. U. A. L. , speech of me. Monroe. I Renu irks by Jion. Linn s Monroe on lilo amendments Ofifi i in Liy him to ii Repiso the poll Ficini v it tin Bureau of education clip from lilo Sta card tin rend i allows Uii Feuu of education kor the Kiili option chief elude one clerk of four one with the of a. Clerk of class i 0111 to Lark of Throe Oisiu translator with tin of a clerk of Throe one clerk of class two r copyists at ski fico each one in or. Arne one in nil Jar. Mix i wish to move several to Narug Ranh. I will begin with one to increase the number of clerks of class four from inn As proposed in this paragraph . If Al Ter the explanations i shall Ihu imn Niue of the whole Liall see lit to adopt this amendment 1 shall n to vi.1 two or three others the object of the of which will he to restore this paragraph to Hie condition in it was in the estimates As they were i or uracil from the Bureau o f education. 1 am aware that in the mood in which we naturally and i must add very properly All Are to Down expenditures it is not a very pleasant duty to Rise in the midst of this committee and propose to increase an appropriation. As i almost always vote with the committee on appropriations for reductions j. Certainly would not move an increase of appropriation Here if i had not become convinced of my own personal knowledge that it was my duty to do so. The duties which 1 have been called upon to discharge in connection with Tho Coli Mittice of which i am a member have led me to pass much time in the Bureau of education. I think i can clearly say that i have a personal knowledge t. A Large extent of the value and importance of the work that that Bureau is called upon to perform. Ami 1. No prepared to say on my responsibility in my place Here that i believe the estimates which were furnished by tin1commissi Oiler of education in Nigard to the clerical Force which he needed and the. Appropriations which he red Nady just As Low As they Coli Wye . It has been the habit of the commissioner of that Bureau in no Eirdance. With the suggestions in Rule to him to his estimates just As Low As he can them and Effie Nelly and properly discharge the duties of that Bureau. It is my opinion from personal observation unit the Hill of the committee on appropriations Lias Down his estimates Bolow that his Force will be so reduced that he cannot carry on the work of his of lace with proper efficiency. Fow i say this positively find i beg leave to Nell the attention of the committee for a moment to the comparative Force allowed and the comparative appropriations made in this Bill first for the department of agriculture second for the Bureau of statistics and third for the Bureau of education. If the committee will compare for a moment the work which these several departments have to do and then Corn pare the appropriations made by the committee on appropriations for them i think they can feel the appropriations for the Bureau of education Are fixed far too Low. Why sir in the Treasury department the head of the Bureau of statistics corresponds i Stippes with All the boards of Trade in All the principal cities and towns of the United states. Well the commissioner of education must correspond with All the principal cities and towns. The head of the department of agriculture must correspond with All the county a i i cultural societies and other like associations. Well sir the commissioner of education and 1 May say it is a Small part of his duty has to correspond with every county in the United states. Indeed the work of correspondence in that office has become something wonderful something which any member of this House would scarcely believe if he had not personal knowledge of it. I happen to know the fact that the number of. Regular correspondents connected with schools colleges libraries and educational institutions of All sorts in All the cities and towns and states and territories of the Union is now More than eight thousand. In order that the committee May understand a Little of the extent and importance of the correspondence in that Bureau i ask the clerk to read this very Brief paper which ill give the committee some idea of the variety and great number of parties with which that Bureau has to correspond the clerk read As follows correspondence of the Bureau of education. The correspondence of the Bureau at the Plose of this sixth year of its existence reaches to the 48 states and territories to 206 cities Normal schools and Normal departments 144 Busti ices colleges 64 kindergarten 1455 academies schools especially engaged in preparing pupils for the colleges 240 institutions for the higher training of Young women 383 colleges and universities 7ii schools of science 11.5 of theology t7 of Law and 98 of Medicine with libraries exclusive of those connected with institutions of learning 20 Art museums museums of natural history i Art schools 40 institutions for the instruction of deaf mutes for the Blind for the 400 for orphans and 40 for the reformation of misguided youth. The list of institutions in correspondence with the Bureau already Over is steadily increasing and must increase with the growth of population and of schools to fully while that of individual correspondents now much Over must soon reach a far greater number. The chairman. The gentleman s time has expired. Or. Storm. 1 do not care to speak on this question will take the floor and yield my time to the gentleman from Ohio for. Monroe air. Monroe. T am much obliged to the gentleman because i very much iced a few minutes More in order to Jet these facts before the committee. I wish to Call the attention of the committee to the fact that there Are Large portions of this in which school systems of All sorts Are in a state of formation Are in their infancy. Ton would have no Conception if you were not daily in that office of the enormous number of letters coming from every Section asking for information on an immense variety of subjects information about building school houses plans for building heating and ventilating systems of instruction and the thousand questions which you who Are familiar with this matter will at once understand so that the regular correspondence of the of Lee has become something immense and my impression is although i am not As familiar with these other departments the Bureau of statistics and the Bureau of agriculture As i am with the labor of has Bureau it is much larger than either of the others in this respect. In View of this Brief exhibit of the labor of these did Erent departments 1 wish to Call the attention of the committee to the very different provision made for the work in them. 1 have it Hen before me from authentic sources. I do not make this comparison for the purpose of securing any reduction of the appropriations for these other departments. 1 have cheerfully voted for them because 1 am one of those who believe we cannot have too much Light in this place on any great question pertaining to the common welfare. I am always ready to join in Tho cry for Light. Give More Light. It is the one principal condition next that of honest purpose in having any useful legislation in this House. We not debate intelligently we cannot vote least of All we cannot legislate usefully unless we understand the condition of the country in regard to these great interests. Now what is the comparative provision Nade for these other departments 1 turn to the Bill of this committee on appropriations and .1 land this year they propose to give to the department of agriculture in round numbers about forty clerks. They appropriate for Llinat department. 1 orc next to the i Urlau of statistics. They propose to give it about forty clerks and about when we conic to the Bureau of education we find that this committee on appropriations give that Bureau not lot they propose lot to give them forty clerks Only ten clerks. The amendments propose if the committee will Saue Tion them Anil allow me to Complete what i wish to add to the paragraph will give the department of education something like live clerks More if i have reckoned correctly and that is All. It will give them fifteen or sixteen clerks instead of ten or eleven and i know or. Chairman that that is the lowest Force with which the work of that office can be properly and Flici cantly done. 1 wish to ask the committee if they think this is a time in country when the general diffusion of knowledge is so necessary when the common education of the whole mass of the people Haa become in the opinion of All sound Thimuoi a indispensable to the very National Anil the Al life and certainly indispensable to any real and grand National Prosper hey .1 Wisla to ask the committee they think this is n time to begin to take off this Small portion from the estimate furnished by the Commissi Orier of education of what is necessary in order to do the work Here the Hammer fell warranted. Four to six bottles of or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery Are warranted to cure Salt Rheum or Tetter and the worst kind of pimples on the once. Two to four bottles Are warranted to Clear the system of boils c arbuckles and sores. Four to six bottles Are warranted to cure the worst kind of Erysipelas and blotches among the hair. Six to ten bottles Are warranted to cure running ulcers. Eight to ten bottles Are warranted to cure so Romulous sores and swellings. Two to six bottles Are warranted to cure liver complaint. A. Wond ii to herself tax town Del. Co., March 20, 1874. To or. R. V. Piece your discovery needs Only a fair trial and it will do All you recommend it to do and More too. When i was fifteen i caught Eold and for Twenty eight years 1 have been a perfect wreck of disease und All the medicines and doctors Bills have at times to two and three Hundred dollars and never any better worse when gave All Hope last Spring of living the summer through. I received one of your account books and told my husband after Reading it that it was too late to try further he said it was never too late. He went and bought two bottles and i found it was helping me very much. Since 1841 1 was trouble with Catarrh and sore Throat Lance was almost entirely deaf in one ear and my voice was As Dull As could be. There was constant pain in my head. Now my head is As sound As a Dollar my voice is Clear and i have used ten bottles of your discovery. It has cured me of Catarrh sore Throat heart disease spine affection arid torpid liver. My liver was very bad. My skin was rough. When i my hand on my body it was like fish Scales. It is As smooth and soft As a. Child s. In conclusion i will say i have been Well Tor three months. I am a wonder to. Myself and friends. This is an imperfect statement half has not been told. Yours with respect Hester Lackey. The history of Kalakaua. As told by one of his own cousins. In the year 1821 Hie whale ship Independence from new Bedford mass., foundered in the Pacific Ocean and All on Hoard perished with Tho exception of four sailors who made their escape in a boat which after tossing Many Days on the boundless deep last reached the Sandwich islands then in a state of Semi barbarism that being about the time of the first appearance of Christian missionaries there. One of these seamen was a Fine looking Stalwart Young Man from Barnstable and in the strange upon which he was cast from the waste of Waters at once engaged in such pursuits As a vivacious disposition and True Yankee a Onisim discovered both for employment and livelihood lie soon succeeded and in a year or two after making his involuntary settlement among the Kanaka had the extraordinary Fortune of marrying the daughter find sole Princess of the Monarch then on the throne of the islands. This Royal Damsel had fallen in love with the wrecked Mariner proposed Wedlock in right queenly style which the new englander accepted for the reason that the King ordered him to do so or have his head chopped being son in Law and recognized As a member of the dynasty hero adapted to the dignity of Prince Consort and from this remarkable Union issued thu present King of the Sandwich islands the Only surviving son of the Massachusetts Man of a Large family. The name Kalakaua denotes the origin of the Sovereign and translated Means journey referring to the escape of his immediate ancestor from the peril of the wave As related above. Digressing from the general narrative Here we will mention that the father of August visitor notwithstanding his illustrious Alliance had never forgotten his Home in the Distant Republic Day after Day and month after month looked from the portico of his Palace for the Friendly Canvas and hag of his native land five and Twenty years of weary watching were endured before the keel of an american ship glided into the Island harbours. When this Clid take place the Yankee Prince yearning for the scenes and associations of youth one night deserted rank wife and children jumped into the sea which a Quarter of a Century before had cast him naked to become the progenitor of a kingly line and sailed away for the shores of Narragansett. After a Long voyage bar stable was again visited bin All had changed. Leaving there in sunny youth the traveler now found that the few remaining acquaintances of the past had died departed to other places or had grown Gray and forgetful of Fin times when All were boys at school together. It was a. Mistaken return for tie heart could not give its love for the wife and children of More than a score of years in the far Oil islands of the Pacific. The longings of the wanderer and his loneliness were intolerable lie then once More looked for speedy bark to carry him to his Only Home and waited three years before an Opportunity came. Then he sailed away forever. In 1847, the whaler Thomas jell Erson from new London conn., was fishing in the Pacific. Meeting a school of Leviathan the Crew prepared for action and among the parties Keiit from thu ship to operate against the monsters of the deep the Prince was Neof the first to Volunteer in a hazardous duty. As has often happened the boat of the Harpoon ers was demolished by a wounded and infuriated whale several of the men including the father of Kalakaua perishing in the disaster. This was the end of hero s romantic care10 1 the balance of this interesting Story maybe stated Brielle. Yri Iii Tho new englander fled fro a. The Sandwich islands his Lor amp customary period j lout grief did not cause her to l lust live responsibilities of she gave her children the bust a Ilu cation the Island afforded and being the favorite though not Tii e eldest son was to san Francisco to study politics and finances Ellis Mother also directed him to visit the Home of his father and Kindred the Young Man for some reason Santisi factory to himself did not then go to lie will do so now Al Ter first concluding his official interview with the president of the United states. Thus to an easy solution of the Friendship of this Nion Trch for country and institutions. For this interesting narrative we Are indebted to a Cousin of his majesty refilling in this City major Well known in mining circles with the exception of being a few years older is said to resemble the King in a remarkable degree. Their fathers were Brothers born and reared in the Good old state of Massachusetts sell True one. A puzzled Anil indignant witness. A. Paper to Pittsfield mass., relates the following they were trying a horse in court the other Day and the lawyer was questioning a witness in reference to the animal s habits and disposition. Have you Ever driven was asked i was the reply. Was there any one with you at the was the next question. There was a lady with the witness answered and he blushed a Little. Was she a Good was the next question the lawyer referring to the animal the witness understood that he meant the lady. She he replied. Was she gentle and asked. The Legal limb. Yes she did t was the next interrogation and a decisive was the answer. She did t rear or kick Over the traces or tit her Hind foot through the dash Board or try to away or act ugly or the witness was boiling Over with indignation by this time and interrupted the lawyer with do you mean the horse or the i mean the Mare we re talking thundered the counsel. Of was the response i thought you meant the girl and with this explanation t he Pursuit of Justice was resumed economize fodder. All through the Large area of country Over which the unparalleled drouth of the past season prevailed there is a scanty Supply of food for Stock animals. Therefore it becomes a matter of first consideration to economize in feeding from the very Start of Winter. As warmth is equivalent to a certain amount of food it is important to provide warm stables and shelters for every animal. When Stock is exposed to cold a Large Quantity of Grain is required to sustain the Ordinary animal heat. A. Hungry Man can not endure the cold give him a full meal and he will again Brace the fury of a Winter s blast. Food is equivalent to artificial warmth and so on Tho other hand artificial warmth or warm is equivalent to Detroit Tribune. Advie Isuf g Batt one Dollar per Square for one insertion As Coats Lor each subsequent to Mutton thu three months. For cards one year of t of for card Fox advertisers. J 99 one Square one rear. To of each additional Square not a 4 of each additional Square Tow them. 9 of for six months 95 per to be added. For three months co per cent to added. Advertisements nuked with Tho number of inter Slont Wurm Mot so marked they will be continued and charged it the Rottet the effects of dime navels. A gang of Young burglars and thieves has just been discovered in Philadelphia one of the gang a boy named Webster having been captured at a pawnbroker s shop. The Little rascals two Dens where they slept and revealed Over the proceeds of their Booty. The following confusion of Ebster shows where they Learned the lessons that had ended in such unwholesome results 1 am fifteen years old and ran away irom Home about ten weeks ago. 1 had read Claude Duval Dick Turpin and other books of that kind and made my mind to be a highwayman. As soon As i left Home 1 took quarters in a thieves Den ill Badford Street. Had read a Good Deal about Lessoing in Mexico and i got a rope and made it into the shape of a Lasso. I then a stake in the Back Yard and began to practice with the rope. I very soon became an expert and could Lasso the stake three times of every five. My idea As soon As i became perfect was to go on the Road and Lasso men. In my thieving i was very Lucky. I made a week. I wanted to a horse that could and jump and Lay Over anything on the Road. I know a Young girl i won t Tell her other name her first name is Fannie she is just As old As i am fifteen years. She and 1 were to be married next week i be been pulled now and 1 suppose All that Little business is busted. I have been living with a Man named Fay. Fourteen other Fellows just like uie lived with Fay too. Fay is a Rich Man and owns a big place in. Camden. Fay charged me and All the boys fifteen cents a night. We All used to take what a stole to his place. He d never let sleep with clothes on we All turned in nuked. When business was Dull All Fay would give to eat was a bucketful of old crusts scraps Etc., which he would throw into an old Box and leave alone to picking. You see i could change my appearance mighty Quick. This shirt of mine has three a White one a Blue one and a red one. I can change Ray hat and. Coat and shirt front Quick As lightning. If i could have raised enough to get a horse 1 could have gone along the country roads that into town could have Lassord plenty of people and got lots of i m most bothered because Fannie and me can t get married next week. The misfortune of looking like a married Man. Max Adlair has a Friend named Slimmer who deserves pity. Lie was going to heading not Long since and when reaching the depot lie happened to look in the ladies room. A woman sat there with a lot of baggage and three children and when she saw Slimmer she rushed toward him and before lie could defend himself she threw her arms about his neck nested her head upon his breast and burst into tears. Slimmer was amazed indignant confounded and Ere he could find utterance for his feelings she exclaimed Henry dear Henry we Are United at last. Are you Well is aunt Martha still alive Haven t you longed to see your own and she looked into slim ice s face and smiled through her tears. Said he solemnly i am the person alluded to As Henry permit me to say that you have made a mistake. My name is Lemuel i have no aunt Martha and 1 Don t own a solitary Louisa. Oblige me by letting go my coat it excites remarks. Then she buried her Bonnet deeper into his Waistcoat and Hejri harder than Ever and Henry How can you treat me How can you pretend that you ire not my screamed Slimmer you Don t cease slopping my shirt bosom and remove your umbrella from my Corn 1 shall to obliged to Call the police. Let me go i say. Children Are she resisted recognize their dear father Don t you children they exclaimed. A it s own dear a. And then they grabbed Slimmer by his trousers legs and Hung to his Cattail. He shrieked is getting serious. Ulhand me 1 say. And he tried to disengage himself from embrace while All the brakeman and the baggage masters and newsboys stood around and said his conduct was infamous. In the midst of the struggle a stranger entered with a carpet bag. He looked exactly like Slimmer and when he saw his wife in Slimmer s arms he became excited and floored Slimmer with that carpet bag and sat on him and smote his nose and chromed on his head and asked him what he meant. Slimmer was removed on a Stretcher and the enemy went Oft with his wife and family in a cab. Lie called next Day to apologize. His wife had made the mistake because of Slimmer s likeness to him. And now Slimmer wishes he May soon be kicked in the face by a mule so that he will resemble no other human being in the world. A Telegraph to feat. The Troy whig relates the following have heard much of the wonders of Cable telegraphy in outrunning time and annihilating space an anecdote related to last evening by or. W. P. Phillips assistant agent of the state associated press at new York who is on a visit to this City surpasses anything we have Ever heard. A gentleman of the Western Union Telegraph office at no. 145 Broadway sew York a sitting in the Cable room when a Telegram from Philadelphia destined for Paris Caina Over the wires. This message like All others destined for. France was to go Over the Cable via Duxbury mass. The operator called Duxbury a few times and then said fellow it asleep evidently the Cable men Are always awake. I la have them to go in and Wake him. So he stepped to another desk called plaster Cove in Newfoundland and sent the following message Cable operator. Duxbury please go in and Wake my own True love. This message plaster Cove hastened to Send across the Ocean to Valencia Ireland who in turn rushed it to London thence it was hurried to Paris and still Onward to the european end of the Cable at St. Pierre the operator then flashing it Back to Duxbury. In less than two minutes by the clock the message had accomplished its journey of some Miles by land and sea As was evidenced by the aligning of the instrument on the Duxbury desk which ticked in a manner a Little More petulant is a Nice Way to do godhead. Your own True love. A countryman in Savannah observing a gang of Negros Labouring on the streets Erich wearing a Ball and Chain asked one Why that Hall and Chain was chained to keep the people from stealing it. Heap of thieves about Here. If a Man to find what s in him let him sea. News of the Titenk. Aii Indian killed four panthers in Benzie county Michigan last week. Mary Clemmer Ames a now Mary Cle Mcna Only. Ames has been bounced. Brigham Young is getting so old he ought to change his name it is a Misnomer. Ten years ago Kansas had not a single mile of Railroad. To Day she Haa 25qo Miles. The new York Republic Recel Yed 000 and spent in its Short life. That s Why it is dead. Four persons and several animals were bitten by a mad dog in traverse. City mlch., monday the Cost of the various expeditions for observing the transit of Venus is estimated at Charles Fisher a Saloon keeper killed John rounds in a Drunken Brawl at to Kohl ills., saturday night. Daniel Green arrested and convicted of rape was sentenced to the Penitentiary for three years at Akron on monday. The pastors of Omaha have issued a Call to Eastern churches for Aid for Grasshopper sufferers suggesting a Christmas Day collection for that purpose. A traveler who peeped into a hotel in saw fourteen men around the stove Reading papers while each had a Shotgun tenderly lying across his Lap. The House committee on elections will in a few Days report a Resolution expelling Utah Cannon for violation of the Law of Congress by having four wives at one time. The wife of sex judge Pratt of san Francisco has applied for a divorce on the ground of desertion Aad asks for a division of their common property which is valued at Herr Driesbach Twenty year Sago was the wonder of the boy world la his feats of entering the Den of Lions. He is now a hotel keeper at Apple Creek station Medina county Ohio. An Effort being made monday to introduce five or six coloured girls As pupils in in the girls upper High school at new Orleans Over fifty of the Gro Dading class withdrew from the school. Dennis Sullivan a Section Man living at Bellfontaine was instantly killed saturday evening while returning from his Day s work by a hand car jumping the track and running Over him. The Eufaula Ala news affirms that the negroes of Barbour county axe collecting Money to be used by negro women in obtaining divorce from their husbands who voted the democratic ticket. The new Orleans bulletin lays Down the following democratic Rule should no longer be countenanced in politics patronized in business or recognized in social Intercourse. The most interesting social event of the past week in new York appears to have been the presentation of an elegant Silver Belt to or. William Edwards who has bid Farewell to the Fristic Arena. A full blooded Florida negress forty years old recently fell desperately in love with a Young White Carpenter knowing that her passion Wai hopeless she turned her property into Cash 7250 left it to him by will and drowned herself. About 4 o clock monday afternoon . Dunam was thrown upon a in a Mill at Kopley Ohio and his body in two from the left shoulder to the right hip causing death on the instant. He leaves a wife and babe the latter Only four Days Young Man walked into an Indianapolis drug store the other Day and called for fifty cents Worth of strychnine. The clerk suspecting Obj tit gave him a harmless dose of of milk. The youth swallowed it at once and sat Down to die. To the Surprise of the clerk lie soon bowed signs of poisoning and he thinks that had he not told him of the Harmams nature of the potion he would Hare died from Mere imagination. Arrangements have been made for a state collegiate oratorical contest at Hudson and the following adjudicators have been chosen judge spa diag Cleveland rav. , Columbus president Andrews Marietta. Nine colleges have already joined the association and will be represented at the contest. The speakers will come on in the following order Athens Hei Delburr Buchtel Western Reserve Oberlin Otterbein Baldwin Burg Antioch. A special dispatch from Des Moines Iowa says this morning about half past two o clock a body of one Hundred und fifty men disguised entered the jail knocked Down the jailor bound him took the keys to the cells from his pocket overpowered the guards and entered the cell where Charles Howard murderer of Johnson who yesterday sentenced to imprisonment for life was confined. His Wolfey who was sleeping with him Clung to him uttering horrible shrieks and it was Only with the Force of half a dozen men that Howard dragged from bed. A rope was placed about Neok and he was dragged through the Halls and the court House Yard Toala Aap Post and Hung. A Brockport recently that his aunt was dead and the dream proved True. To tried the tame game with his Mother in Law h did t work Worth a cent

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