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Indianapolis Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 2, 1880, Indianapolis, Indiana I / / r Quot Fri Ujj Mil it Huml entered a a a Pond Das in matter to the poet oboe at Indian a poll and Lana Friday january 2. For president Thomas a. Hendricks of Indiana Nob Jeet to the Loci ton of the National ratio convention. Thirty seven members of the Maine legislature expected t j get their a eat by fraud. The third termed Sare beginning to waver. The Road to Empire is not so smooth As they imagine. Blaine thinks be two hold he followers in Maine in Check. Very Likely but if he can t they can he held in prison. Main has been h state 60 year and for More than on Laird of that time has been ruled by republics fraud. President t Tom s admirable memo Ribi paper on professor Caleb Mills will be found in fall elsewhere in this morning s hentine1. Tub Buhion and Ltd product of Lea Sivilie a -1 year amounted too it a $rj,0w>,00�>. And Thuc sales of ruining property amounted of i ii Journ now known As the Organ of a ass Asylum tel of the part of those who would assassinate governor Garcelon for obeying the Law. 1.01 Sallih it tags on her big Trade in , l having sold Hogsheads a the Weed during the t or in. It All Coes out in streams or no in Kuok Quot. Pm icy on the exodus now 1 Wink my Ltd it a. Nov 1 catch a Fly and Aow 1 make a hop and Lheu 1 make another in 1"m t. In in w Ute it Man a go regatta $398,900. Us 3ailt Sentinel. Fliday morning. Jan Abs 2. 1880 in Oregon there Are 35 on series eoe Ucic with it or ten Ioc a of # 375,. M. Abo 6,000 Trimi i employed in the canneries and fishing boats in Oregon two thirds . The number of tanneries in British Columbia Alaska and Washington territory is 12, costing in All $225,170, and perhaps Mora. Canners in California Hare Many difficulties to contend with. On the 8�3ramento and co Lambla Rivers they Are to a Large extent at the mercy of combinations among fishermen who Are mostly greeks and italian. These Fisher Finen Combine in associations and fixing an arbitrary Prica for their Flash will neither furnish Salmon themselves nor permit oth Era to Supply the canneries at a lower Price. As canners Hae to prepare Stock in Advance of Canning they Are to a certain extent compelled to put up fish when there is to chances of profit or carry Over materials to another year. Beside the Advance in the Cost of tin Pic to. The heretofore drawback on cans exported has been rescinded by the Treasury department so the Cost of canned Salmon will be thereby a cores run j m of tin ii ter Ocean at of the Eso tik negroes in Kiv Rusas Lave Lio a iii Intel. The other for is stand Arou iid and it ote de publican . Now that Igloo is pretty Well do Quot. The .1 a publican Ace has partly re us 1 its Vrr to a simile a villainy. It knows of How mean is tha iut it dec be it Psi ted others old take. Shh statement it made and it can act be Vess fully contradicted i a to during the time the Republican party Aas had control of iii affairs in Maine there a never Reen an honest or it unt of Votee. I he n a pipe of Grain at st. Laos ear 000,000 bushels a increase of a i a 0 bushels Over the year previous. Or re than half of air it a shipped by the River to foreign ports and much of would have Takon the a me Roath but a stack of tonnage. V pm the Republican poem of View a Tery a reat crime has been in Erpe Tratch a in Maine. Thay ii Are an Opportunity now to compare i with the same port by which a it e to amp in is a occupies he Wiite House. That b together very Fine but the Maine affair it % very diff arc it it Txhiaj you know. To r German a Puhy cons flatly i a. Not support Graut for a third term. Having come to America to a amp Cape the Tran Ray of despotism they Are not Likely to lend themselves to the establishment of an which they know Only to hate. They know by experience what that Oil. Of h a a Emmen Means but our own people learn when it a Loo late. Veiii0 the Republican a quips who demand beats in Ibe Maine leu Islai ure in do an e of Constitution and Law talk about rimming. Any re it of Cuce Blaine s War a proud quiets them with remark Able suddenness. All the Fiehl there is in Irlaine Hie Confederate Knave if it were fire a not be Euilice Terji to warm a i Nat s the Chicago inter Ocean which never Falls to endorse Republican Rasca Lity Republican conspiracies Republican forgeries and per juries advises War in Maine because governor g Ruslon refuses to be bulldozed in the interest of its partisan rascals and commit perjury because Blaine and his Confederate swindlers make threats of violence. It Saye. A it is it it of course to be Hopt a that the Maine Dilli culty May be peaceably solved and Justice be Don it it without resort to violence but that this shameful fraud should be Defeated at whatever Cote to steins to require no argument. It in better that till a first Effort at boldly and insolently Dis franchising whole communities a hould be met and Defeated even by a resort to Force than that so fatal h stub at a prime principle of our government should be al Iowa to succeed end a a Rve As a precedent for future fraud. It a possible that the my ice republicans May get up a tight because Maine has an honest governor but the danger is not imminent and governor Garcelon is ready for any emergency. The Detroit free press very considerately remarks that Quot it a a great Deal easier condemn governor to Barcelou and them amp ine Council for in Yugo certificates to a number of Aien who did not receive a plurality of the votes actually cast for members of the legislature than it is to Point out How they could have done Siftar trently under the Laws by which their action was governed. The republicans have been especially vigorous a their denunciation i the governor and Council but they have not shown that their act ion was in any respect illegal. If they had any basis for the complaint that the Board of canvassers had Vio la ted the Law they would and could Point out instance of such violation. Their failure to Point hem out is the strongest possible proof that tic governor and Council were really without discretion in the matter that they were fettered by Laws which were landed Down to them by . If this is to the chief fault lies with the Law not with the agencies for its execution and the remedy is to be found not in denunciation of the governor and Council bui in the amendment of the there is equivocation about the fact that governor Garcelon has obeyed the Law and the Constitution. And has been governed by i action upon questions in Controvert by the decisions of the supreme court he has been honest. He has not committed fraud nor permitted fraud. He has not violated his oath nor committed perjury. Still the Republican conspirators contemplate War and some of them have threatened to murder governor Garcelon. It is altogether a remarkable but a perfectly natural exhibition of Republican leadership. But for ones it will not win. Governor Garcelon s course commands the admiration of All honest men and the Law abiding Sec timed of the country will sustain him. Toe. Tin negro exodus now being propelled 1 y tue Republican leaders is simply another outcropping of he same old abolition spirit which bsh been the cause of the Rise of that a i r old party. That party Riad origin in a pretended love for the negro but the be Uroic reality has been merely a victim Over whose shoulder its leaders have vented their hate toward the people of the South. For Liis reason boy never could let the negro alone. They love Hun not for what he is but for the Meanie affords the Fin of vilify org his Only real friends. A Maink Carrub indent of the Boston Ltd Obe writes that Quot the average Maine Democrat does not scare with any remarkable degree of readiness. Sach As were at All a a Quot Scep Tileto the. Aeo Simeni of fear were Long a a. Either frightened to death or driven to off k safety in the ranks of their opponents. Those to survived this heroic treatment neither died nor deserted Are the toughest sort of people on top of this Broad Earth. The threat of revolution will not their equanimity nor will the thing itself Appal them when it comes.1 a a Kef fjunoi8co paper referring to the business of a Ivaon Canning on the Pacific coast express As the opinion tha As compared with 1878, Liore will be a filling off tic year of at least 20 per cent the Eatch for 1879, so far As heard from will amount a it about 482,165 cases. At ruling prices the Eatch of 1879 will yield about $2,073,000. Quot the average pries of canned Salmon in 1878 we from $1.30 to it 40 per dozen while that of 1879 was from $105 to $1.10, except daring november a ctn a Conee Quenroe of the Advance a the Pace of tin plate sales have been a amp at t.s0 to $1.40. The Nam Berol canneries in California with boats net eco Boato in which the fishermen signed the dictatorship in favor of the latter for the Good As he Oon eluded of the National cause. Altar the defeat of Temesvar he was obliged to abandon his position and flee to Turkey. He was then made prisoner Bat the Porte refused to surrender him and he said september 1851in an american frigate to England and thence to the United states where he was received with the greatest enthusiasm. After the Austro italian War he went to Turin and has resided there Ever since. He will be 78 the 27 the Joi next april. Kossuth has been a most stub Horn Patriot too stubborn Many of i countrymen think for they Are of opinion that he might have benefited his people much More by returning to Hungary and working for reforms than by demanding Ideal conditions and remaining in voluntary exile. Even Many of his admirers believe thai he is a Man of thought rather than of action and that in politics he belongs to the irreconcilable some of the Christian Brethren do not seem to be dwelling together in Unity As is shown by one of the most disgraceful rows that Ever occurred in a Church. According to accounts the first reformed presbyterian Church some time since concluded to Call Rev. I r. Woodside. Of Brooklyn. N. Brother Woodside obeyed the Call and was ready to commence breaking the bread of life to Bis Smoky City Brethren. Bui says the account Quot almost immediately a Strong opposition to him sprung up among the membership a Large minority of them claiming that he had not been regularly called and also opj>o3ing him on personal grounds. Finally the matter was taken to the court where the Woodside party obtained an injunction restraining the malcontents from holding or occupying the Church building and preventing services on on the Sabbath. This failed to Settle the controversy. Two weeks ago last night several of the opposition leaders went to the Church about a it o clock in the evening. B jolted and barred the doors and window and remained there until after the regular hour for services next Day thus preventing the Rev. Woodside and his supporters from holding a meeting. The next Sabbath the Woodside party obtained Possession of the building by a similar Rai Egem. These proceedings intensified the bid feeling on both sides resulting in a general personal encounter Between members. To night the quarrel culminated in regular Donny Brook style. The Rev. Wood Side attempted to hold services at the regular hour but Owin to the boisterous opposition of Hia enemies who were present in full Force be was compelled t a desist. His friends then canse to his Rescue and attempted to eject the disturber. A regular Row ensue result us in a score or so of bloody notes and blackened eyes. Spectacles and hats were smashed women s bonnets were a reeked off and one or two children were trampled upon. At one time Rov. Or. Woodside threw of his coat and announced i determination to Quot put a head Quot Onsom Tody but he was pre vented from Doug a finally the police were called in to quell a he 11 will occur to a Good Many that bal Church had bett9r Reform Oace More it is just such affairs that Sho after All that it is about As difficult to convert a Pitt Burger As a Turk and that now As m the Olden time that the Devil is got oat of some folks Only after a Good Deal of Asti Gand prayer. Tub memoirs of Louis Kossuth will appear soon in four languages Naglish French. German and italian. The old Patriot has been actively employed on the great work for May years which include everything connected with his eventful career that he cares about having preserved. Quot he expects Quot says a contemporary Quot but throw new Light on the straggle of 1813 Between Austria and Hungary and to or Lieut the cause for which he per led every Rhing much More favourably than it has been hitherto presented. It can hardly fail to be of great interest treated by a Man of such rare mind and Power of expression and will is widely and eagerly read by other people than hit. Own. Kossuth has had an eventful life. Born at the Village of Monok of poor parents though of Noble extraction and slavic descent he studied Law at the protestant College of Saros atom and afterwards practice at Posth. At 1>0 he began his political career at the diet of Presburg As editor of a Liberal journal which to comp y with the press Law was transcribed not printed. Having offended the authorities he was thrown into prison and after his release at the end of three years again edited a paper adopting an extremely lib eral course he was soon sent to the diet where he so distinguished himself As to become the Leader of the opposition. He advocated the emancipation of the peasants the Elevation of the citizen class the free Dom of the press add finally the Independence of Hungary. He was the chief cause of the revolution of Bis country and of the inner Keetion in Vienna Marob 184�. Of the dissolution of the ministry finding himself at the head of the committee for the National defense he energetically in Uma 4or Fiat Ilag Ltd tha having been appointed provisional a ova nor of Hungary he tried to i if the people in vain. Disappoint to his a to it it of the intervention of the Western Powers by the interference of Russia and the Dissen a ions Between George and himself he re or. Morgan of Alabama has introduced into Congress a Resolution which if Justice is done will give Back to i Uncle Sam a Good Many acres of valuable land. The Resolution provides that Eil the Public lands which have been granted by Congress to Aid in the construction of the following named railroads and Telegraph lines and hereunder specified which have not been earned under said Grants by the construction of the sections of Railroad contiguous and adjacent thereto Art hereby declared forfeited to the United slates and the privilege so to acquire title to the same is hereby revoked and said lands Are restored to the Public Domain and Shixiu hereafter be disposed of As other Public leads of the United states and the following table shows the railroads effected and to e amount of land held by each. St Imattia Quantity of land granted. Acres. By 800.00 41u aj.�o0 132,418 00 810 380.00 rn�, of 1vj,i�s.99 <uo, name of Road. Gulf and ship Island. Alabama and Florida. Coosa and Tennessee. Mobile and Girard. Coosa and Chattanooga. Alabama and Chattanooga formerly the Northeast and to Southwest Alabama and wills Valley Railroad. Pensacola and Georgia. Florida. Atlantic and Gulf Central North Louisiana and Texas formerly Vicksburg Shreveport and Texas Railroad. New Orleans Baton Rouge and vicksburg.3,800,000 00 st. Louis and Iron Mountain. �40,0i 0.00 Little Rock and fort Smith. La 0i>,2t�8 �4 Detroit and Milwaukee. A >>,4fl>.00 Houghton and Ontonagon formerly Marquette and Ontonagon. 552,515.21 North Wisconsin formerly and Lake a per lor and Branch to Bayfield Wisconsin Central formerly Portage Winnebago and superior.7. 1,800,000.00 it. Paul and Pacific st. Vincent Extension formerly Branch to red River of the North. 2,000,000.00 8t Paul and Pacific Brainerd Bra neb formerly Branch to Lake hip error. 650,000 00 Hastings and Dakota. 660 0 0 of Oregon Central. L,20�, Atlantic Pacific.42,Uoo, Texas Pacific.m.000,000- 0 Northern Pacific.47,01�,000.00 Dren do their slate and pencils. Tha Box was called the Loo Aias having different comportment for the several Conn ten called of Louii and Oai curare Quot to reckon comes from this name of the of ranters ased. The chinese use a somewhat similar machine at this Day. All arithmetical calculations among the ancients were made with this or a like process which was very tedious no matter How expert the operator. The democracy is again before the country with a performance for which it futnishe6 a constitutional justification. The democratic state of Fiolas of Maine have thrown out votes enough to change the majority in both houses of the legislature a deed which they claim la sanctioned by the Constitution. But this worn out defense of democratic crookedness has come to be considered As utile better than admission of guilt. They Are charged with perpetrating an unparalleled fraud and when they can Only reply that their action i constitutional thereto the strongest kind of a Prima Facie Case against them. So Strong is the probability of their guilt rendered by this defense that it is not Tusk to conceive of any evidence that can be of any service to them. As the Case stands the Burden of proof is eur to Seiy on the defendants. The rebellion bulldozing buying electoral votes counting in the minority la main Are All justified by Quot the Quot Constitution a Globe Democrat. It is Only necessary to remark in reply to such stuff As the foregoing that it is the utterance of a newspaper founded and chiefly owned by an individual who violated the Law and the Constitution was tried convicted and punished As a Felon and who though dead yet speak eth. No one expects the Globe Democrat to Champion Law and constitutions. It ought to hush up when such questions Are under discussion. The republicans will be compelled to disclaim the Violt it intentions attributed to them and will thereby lose ground with Foolhardy and excitable members of their party. There ought to have been no talk of Force at All for it is easier to kindle popular passions than k is to allay them. The election proved that the republicans of Maine Are a minority. The preponderance of physical strength is on the Side of the York Herald. There is no mistake about the Bac Down of the Maine miscreants. Their threats of War and blood will prove a contemptible Flash in the . They Are in the minority and the fact will not be without its effect upon the vap Oring fools and would be cutthroats. It governor Garcelon May be trusted in quieting the rascals. The exports of provisions for the month of november 1s7s-7 a Are furnished by the Bureau of statistics and Are tabulated As Folio we. Nov. T>79. Jacob and hams lbs.5t,o2ti, pork lbs. ,071.301 lard lb.3-.> k2,71<.4 total hog product jobs �7,h80 a it a fresh beef lbs.\717,.nl halted beef lbs.4,h77 Slit tallow lbs.9,1 w. 112 us lick. Lbs.2.2iil ,l49 cheese lbs.4,60�,87s total above items lbs. 124 �9 i,3p value. $8,9�k�.70i nov. 1s7s. A al >70,006 k,�j7�. A a a it a Aquil 10�,&Quot>hs lib i i 4,723 ,,1 21 �,12 �,011 12,064, the Violet is the Emblem of the Napoleonic dynasty because it was the Emblem of the Imperial purple. Byron in his Quot Napoleon s Ware Well to France Quot gives the True similitude of the Violet the France but when Liberty in thy regions remember me thy Val it far Well t Rallie a Nee More then the Violet it till a Row in the depth of Leys though withered thy tear will unfold Tagalu. Some one has asked Quot now the romans multiplied and divided Quot and the reply is Given that the greeks had their Abax in which rows of of ranters were to fwd consisting of pebbles pieces of Ivery coins etc., and from this the romans constructed their Abacus. The modern Frame with a res on which Small beads or balls Are Strung Ifsich is often ased in schools to explain to Yonng children tha principles of addition and to simply a improvement on tha al courting machine of the ancients livery Noble Joath had his arithmetical Board and Box of of ranters for school use and carried them As oar Chil i and opinions. So Juvik of the Maine preachers have quit preaching the Cospel and a one into politics. Onk of the Grant papers of Philadelphia Speaks of Hayes As Quot the very Little Man who is now railed or. Hov. Chakun Foster will be inaugurated governor of Ohio on monday january 12. Ali re will be a Parade of National guard regiments and Independent companies. The san Francisco Alta Saya that George c. It Oharu s leadership has wrought Only ruin to the Republican party of California and that the party there will have nothing to do with him when George Washington was pressed to accept a third term he said Quot no i thank you gentlemen but Grant is a Man of fewer words than Washington. Quot yes i thank you gentlemen Quot is written All Over Grant s coat tail. The. New York express says that the it Points which exp senator Morrill wants governor Garcelon to submit to the. Supreme court judges in Maine May All lie compressed into one question Viz whether when the Constitution says a White horse it does not mean a red cow and a Black sleep Sena Ron h Vowk does not love Hay. A Over much. It is said that a democratic senator approached him a few Days ego and said Quot Well brother Hamlin How much longer must we have that fellow in the White House Quot in Uick As lightning Hamlin answered Quot just 11 months and 1> Days Damn him Quot Quot governor Garcelon has been openly insulted and preached Agugust by his pastor. A Indianapolis journal. Then governor Garcelon s pastor Lias mistaken his calling. The minister who preaches the gospel has no time or inclination to openly insult or preach against any particular commercial. The Philadelphia press says that is Sublime Faith in the political honesty of the counted in Maine legislators that president Hayes exhibits. He feels sure that the wrongfully returned senators and representatives will it be clue to accept their seat. Probably he assumes that nobody but a president or vice president would be capable of thus accepting stolen honors. The Kentucky new Era says Hon. W. H. English of Indianapolis an expert ended level headed statesman is being widely mentioned in connection with a place on the a to local democratic ticket. It is quite Elearly settled that Indiana must be Given one place on the ticket and the Drift of Public sen time it at present Points strongly toward or. English As the most available Man. Job exc Milbuta is quoted by the Troy time As saying that to listen to an argument from judge Jeremiah Black a tace re beat of treats to him better than a chapter of if Macaulay. Quot i said a be j Edge on Day to the tidy correspondent i think Yon Are one of a very Law Beau Beans who will be saved. Bat the Good world wont be crowded with them Quot grimly Quot it won t a tut. Monr u. Iii som Baa Assn pts the Ottee of president of the Grant lab of Albany n. Y., and Saya be Selee Timi or of Terai Grant As a candidate for president of the United state seems like a popular Demestra ton with which ail party Zigenis Salnas have or Only to act in Accord. As a Republican and one of foe body of the people i heartily am Bjae in a proper elf Bra that shall promote that the new York trl Trane Calls upon Grant to decide and declare which presidency it la that wants the canal or the Union. Grant should answer promptly. Or. Jay Gold wants to know whether to go Long on politics r canal shares. The Augua a a chronicle says that if or. Tilden stood now where he did this time four years ago it would not be difficult to name the proper Man. If his hold on the democratic party was As Strong now As it was in 1876 or. Tilden would be selected on the first ballot. But there is a great difference Between the Man who went to 8t. Louis flushed with Victory and the Man who Haa just jo3t the state his party by reason of his feud with a formidable faction of that party. If the schism in the new York democracy can be healed and the tammany Hall Wing can be induced to support or. Tilden that gentleman will again become a formidable candidate but As Long a this division exists or. Tilden claims can not considered. 11 or. Tilden is out of the Way there Are several prominent candidates who would be accept Able to both wings of the new York democracy provided they stood upon the proper platform. Hancock Field Bayard English. Hendricks or Fey Omar could carry the Empire state by a handsome majority. Personalities. Sara c. Jews or the author is Vii to be a Beauty. William h. Vanski cult gave about ?26,oo0 in Christmas presents. Or. Cut Eor let a Virstus Sala gets 310,000 for his work on Parnell pronounces his name with the accent on the first syllable. The Keo saw the first Steamboat and Rode on the first railway car. Governor Coli itt of Georgia is rated As the handsomest governor in the land. Senator Groom of Maryland passed a part of the holidays Deer Hunting in Virginia. It is stated As a last that Young Ulysses Grant will be married to a daughter of James c. Flood the California millionaire next february. The Cincinnati Gazette says that general Noyes will coir Home tor a visit but will not resign. Fax senator Pomeroy of Kansas has a Gold mine in North Carolina which pays him a week. Rev. General Conway of negro exodus notoriety has become associate to Rev. Or. Fulton of Brooklyn. Quot Fob president of the United states Alonzo Garcelon Quot stands boldly at the head of the Uco Kland opinion s column. The remains of major Wade Hampton jr., arrived at Columbus s. C., on monday and were interred in Trinity churchyard. Mackay fair and flood Are each willing to succeed Ribeir fellow millionaire a Baron of of Nevada in the United steles Senate. Kit Carson once Sam Quot the uts Are the smartest indians in the country Aud we have got to get up Lively to ahead of m. Henri say has presented Captain Blix who he passengers on the yacht Henriette with a full set of Tea service in solid Sliver. Fkan Cio Adams is taxed at Boston on f74�j,s-0 Sidney Bartlett the distinguished lawyer on $55tv .00 Joshua m. Sears on 53,055,000. And Moses Williams on f2,0$l,d00. Baron stiff al a russian of distinguished appearance who caused a Yturry among the fashionable people of Denver a few weeks ago has just been sent to jail for stealing soon from the room of the landlord at his hotel. Governor Cornell and family took Possession of the executive mansion at Albany new York on monday. Several senators assemblymen and newly elected state officers reached the City during the Day. The former have been interviewed As to the organization of the legislature but they appear to be entirely devoid of information. The Chicago Tribune describes a Brief interview Between a Boston millionaire and a clerk in a leading Chicago hotel. The gentleman from Boston is approaching 70 years of age and was in route to san Francisc Ltd millionaire Quot How is the Best Way to buy my ticket Quot clerk Why buy a through ticket of old gent Quot but l May die on the Way and if i buy the ticket through i will be so much out of Patrick Dickie a new York merchant died some time ago leaving an estate valued at ,000,000. His children have contested the will and the Quot examination is now being held. Testimony waa Given to show that the old fellow dismissed his housekeeper because Quot her boxes contained powder Quot a not the harmless powder thought to sometimes have a place on the Bureau Bat real Black Gunpowder. He refused to eat at several meals because he fancied that the Pepper on the food was Poison and once ordered a barrel of Tlona to be removed from his House in the belief that it contained the body of a dead Man. Cosmu Boltl. And Industrial notes the tobacco crop of the Connecticut Valley is greater than in any other year since 1s8i. Tub Seutin raised i2,0r0 000 pounds More of tobacco the present season than Ever before. A machine for making paper boxes just introduced at Cleveland produces 13,000 Complete boxes in a Day. After an idleness of 12 years the Camden tool and tube works a Branch of the Reading Iron works have resumed work. Three million More postal cards were issued at the Holyoke mass., Agency in october than was Ever sent in one month before. The amount was 35,000,000. Pitt Bubo papers report that most of the factories thereabouts on account of the press of orders did not shut Down ror More than one Day during the holidays. The new beet sugar works at Riverside station Del which comm once operations last week Are now Roan Long Day and night. They Nave not been As Busy As at present in a number of years. Era Straw la As valuable As the Grain in Pennsylvania in the Mann Sature of paper. With the intros sad acreage of the season just eloped sat yet baskets the yield is not equal Toffee Damast. #. Oval 000 Quot persons Are employed in the blown Tingdale it a rubber works is houses he bean vested and a More will soon Lye is Demasy to meet the Dema Cuc a the extraordinary of Tito business. Wimm Are la and its pm Mattiem Viel nity 76glase work it of which make table Ware 3� window a lass eight fruit jars 10 a relax and blast a tees bottles and Blala and nine chimneys. The factories of Ontalon 700 Pote employ some a people and turn out a pro Dot valued at above �0,000.000. Four Kew furnaces Are now in blast in the when ago Valley pa., with pros ecu of your being added to the list of Quot ins Quot before the Liose of january. Elout Hundred miners of the Star and Cotton mines at Ashland ky., Are of a strike to compel the operators to accede to the demands of the Railroad see ton hands who have been on a strike for some time past for More Wes. At the recent Dairy fair in London an american ill King pail attracted much notice. It has a spout and Strainer lor the milk and can not be kicked Over became the Milker sit on a seat to which is attached the cover. Not Only silk spinners from Macclesfield Coventry and other English town have emigrated to Patterson n. Lately but there Are Large additions from the French and so la silk centers. Over 1,000 operative have by. N added within the year just closed. There is a great held of Industry in the manufacture of Lynn in this country comparative v unoccupied which is worthy of the attention of Irish manufactures. For Many years Ireland 1ms surpassed both England and Scotland in this Branch of manufactures but latterly Scotland Bas been pushing toward the front i wik and the Prospect is t but who will it Oon occupy it. Ireland does not raise More than half the tax she spins. The High rental for a and is assigned As the cause of this. The United states consumes a l Uge percentage of the Irish made linens. If manufacturers in Ireland will investigate the subject they will find it to their interest to establish Linen factories on this Side of the water where land is cheap and where they will find plenty of tax without depending upon supplies from a a Broad and a Home Market for their Linen. Accident or a lady shot by her daughter who claim that ii was an accidents the held on the charge a of murder a singular Chc Boston Post dec. 31.1 a shooting a flair with a fatal result occurred at an Early hour on tuesday which is unfortunate in its present aspect in that it Casta a temporary Cloud Over a Young lady who has hitherto borne an unblemished reputation. The details Are As follows mrs. Helen Josephine Ward who was formerly a teacher in the Cambridge Public schools has resided since March last at no. 11 Hamilton place occupying two rooms on the third Tiu or of that building in company with her daughter a Young lady about 18 years o a bearing the tame Given names As her Mother and of repossessing appearance and Ladylike manners. Here mrs. Ward has carried Ona Ortof commission business acting As an agent in the Purchase of dry goods etc., for ladies out of town while t in daughter assisted her to Home extent and also occasion a by taught music. Within a Day or two the conversation Between the two has turned More or less upon burglars and the liability of an inroad Ubon their premises by these unwelcome visitors. On monday Nigut they conversed on this subject up to the boar of retiring and soon after miss Ward rubbed her Mother s limbs and give her some stimulant before she went to sep. Be placed under her Pillow a revolver a bib she had procured for Protection. At Abou t 3 o clock in the morning she awoke and found the pistol underneath her in the bed. Replacing it Sheft la asleep again and the next waking knowledge that she had was that she was sitting up in bed grasping the pistol tightly in her hand the report of which had waked her up. She spoke to her Mother and receiving no reply turned to her and was borr lied to find that she the Mother was shot in the Bead. This was about 1 a. M. Sue a mss herself at once and later in to morning summoned i it a. To. S. Clarke of mount Vernon Street. Or. Clarke proceeded to the House and found mrs. Ward in bed with blood upon the Pillow cases and a pistol wound in the head a Rausl examination showing that the Bullet had entered ju6t behind and below one ear and made its exit on the same Side near the Temple Maing a transit in the head of a it it four inches. When or. Clarke arrived mrs. Ward was alive but not conscious. Inquiries aide of the daughter As to How the affair occurred led the doctor to consider it expedient to Send for medical examiner Harris and he did so or. Harris arriving but a few moments before she died. The medical examiner deemed it his Daty to notify the police who after an investigation took miss Ward into custody on the charge of having murdered her Mother. She was taken to the inspector s office in the City Hal where she told her Story substantially As relay d above adding that just previous to awaking she dreamed that there were burglars in the room and that one of the m coming to the foot of the bed and looking at her she fired at him. Miss Ward was arraigned in the municipal court before judge May in the afternoon on the charge of murder. Ii b Thompson e appear d in her behalf and asked that a hearing be had. Wednesday january 7, was decided upon As the time and the defendant was fully committed to jail to appear on that Day. The body of mrs. Ward was removed to the morgue at 11 o clock on tuesday and or. Harris will hold an aae Opsy to Day at 11 a. In. An inquest will also be held by one of the judges of the municipal court and the police investigation will be continued. Opinions As to the real state of the Case Are t conflict org. The charitably disposed Are inclined to believe the girl s statement the More readily As no motive can be assigned j for murder. The relations Between Mother and daughter Are admitted by All who knew them to be of the most tender nature each being devotedly attached to the other. Their immediate friends say that they never quarrelled or differed while the other occupants of the House state that there were sometimes Little altercations Between them but nothing of a serious nature and which probably arose from mrs. Ward s nervous and excitable temperament. On the other hand the delay in calling in a Docter is urged As a significant fact by those holding the murder theory together with the circumstances of the improbability almost impossibility of a person in the position in which miss Ward ecu bribed herself firing so that the Ballet Woald enter the heed in the manner it did. This Point however has not yet been settled by the physicians who Are in doubt As to which of the Wolande marked the in trance and which the exit of the Ball and the determination of this question will have an important bearing on the matter. Washington and Jefferson really refused third terms. Washington did it by Antici Battag the people on the subject there is no doubt that be could have been president for life. His dignity did not in Flor from stating in time that be would not be or per met himself to be Mado a candidate we can Ete Aam commercial _ Grant in troth litha candidate of All the plundered aha defaulters. They Are for him in a solid body lor him like Doh Omeron first last and All the

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