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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - December 27, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana \ to la a 3peot�t� the com 1879. 3. Safiu spliff s Isaiah a. Sheriff s Sale by Vire of a certified copy of a the Biff s virtue of a certified copy of decree to me directed from the clerk of the 8u q a decree to me directed from the clerk of the. I or i a in o a a a a a a Jim a ii rior court of Marion county India a in a Dranit court of Marion county Indiana in a cause Sauee wherein Reuben b. Pollard is plat Tifi and therein Thomas a. Hon Dicks executor etc., is Rotten Lawhon it Al Are defendants requiring me Piai Tift and Winslow s. Piece it Al. Are defend to make the sum of forty seven Hundred and forty anti requiring me to make All such sums of Money As ars and thirty two cents with interest on said in said decree provide decree and costs i will expose at Public Sale to the provided with interest on said decree and costs i provided and in the manner As interest on said decree and costs highest bidder on will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 3d Day of january a. Saturday Quot the 10th Day of january a. D., 1880. J 1880. Between the hours of ten o clock a. A four Between the hours of ten o clock a. And four o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court o clock p. Of said Day at the door of the court House of Marlon county Indiana the Rente and profits House of Marion county Indiana the rents and Pronior a term not exceeding seven years of Flie Fonow its for a term not exceed dog seven years of the following real estate to Wii t fing real estate situate in the county of Marion and the South half Sqq of the South half a of toe state of Indiana to wit Northwest Quarter m of the Northwest Quarter a a one Hundred and Twenty 120 feet off of the West of Section Twenty .20township number seventeen Side of the North half 14 of out Otone Hundred and 17north of Range five 5 East. Forty four 144 and the West half c4 of the South half also the Southwest Quarter m of the Northwest of said outlet one Hundred and forty four 144 a Arter 04 of Section Twenty 20township number except fifty 50 feet in Width off the West Side of the seventeen 17north of Range five 5 East All la i it mentioned piece of ground which was hereto Marion county state of ind Ana. A More purchased by Mcleleand Mcintire and also the if such rents and profits Wili not sell for a Sulci edit following described piece or parcel of ground in out com to satisfy said decree interests and c its i w 11, lot number one Hundred and forty two 142viz at the same time and place expose to Public Sal e he commencing at a Point in the South line of outlet Iee simple of said real estate or so much then of As one Hundred and forty two 142and at the Southeast May be sufi scent to discharge said decree la Erest Corner of the piece of ground in said outlet hereto and cd its., x fore sold by r. And j. Price to Ephraim Wesby by said Sale will be made without any reef whatever dog Datea september 12th, 1863, and running thence from valuation or appraisement Laws. East on the North line of Maryland Street to the South John t. Pressly sheriff Marion county. East Corner of said outlet one Hundred and forty two december 12,1879. Decl3 3t 142thence North on the West line of the Alley one of t. Boaz attorney for plaintiff. Hundred and ten 110 feet thence West one Hundred a a and ten 110 feet thence North on the East line of a Che Ripe s Sale by virtue of a certified copy of lot formerly owned by t. K. Hepp to the Ley thence Omree to me directed from the clerk of the West on the South line of said Alley to the Noru East Superior court of Marion county Indiana in a cause Comer of the lot sold the foresaw Wesby thence we in the Tea celebs insurance company is South on the East the aforesaid Wesby s ground plaintiffs and flux w. Graham it Al., Are defend to Maryland Street and the Point of beg min. All of Iota requiring me to make the sum of four thousand said ground lying and being in the City of Indian Apo two windred and Eichin i even dollars and fifty cents Lis. A a. With interest on said decree and costs i will expose if such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 3rd Day of january a. 1880, Between the hours of ten o clock a. And four o Dock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real estate to Wita lot ninety two 92 in Alvord and company s to lord Bob division or re division of lots numbered one 1 to Bine stand inclusive of Butler and Fletcher s addition to College Corner Aud of Lote seventy three 73and seventy four 74of Ovid Butler s second addition of the City of Indianapolis according to plat recorded in plat Book no. 3, Page 117, of Marion county Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree interests and costs 1 will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and oets. ,. Sold Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. John t. Pressly sheriff of Marion county. Deot Ember 12th, a. 1879. Dec 13 3t f. H. Levering attorney for plaintiff. Sheriff s Sale by virtue of an execution to me directed from the cleric i the Superior court and two from the clerk of the circuit court of Marion county Indiana i will expo at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the sri Day of january a. Between the hours of ten o clock a. And four p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real estate to wit the undivided interest of John a. Dietz in the following described real estate situate in Marion county Indiana to wit the East half a of lot number one Hundred and one 101in Young s subdivision of outlet number one Hundred and eighty one Islin the City of Indianapolis. Also commencing at the Northeast Corner of outlet number one Hundred and seventy four 174in the City of Indianapolis running thence West along the South line of Pratt Street one Hundred and Twenty five 125 feet to Alabama Street thence South along the East line of said Alabama Street one Hundred and seventy four 174 feet and six 6 inches to the Point where said Alabama Street intersects fort Wayne Avenue and thence North East Wardly along the West line of said fort Wayne Avenue to the place of beginning. And on failure to realize the full amount of judgment interest and costs i will at the same time and place expose at Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate. Taken As the property of John a. Dietz at the suit of feb Han Stout it Al. And William Daggett it Al. Said Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. John t Pressly sheriff of Marion county. December 12, a. D., 1879. Decl3 it Lecklider Lamb attorneys for plaintiff. Pm sum to satisfy said decree interests and costs i will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and costs. Said Sale will be made without any re if whatever from vacation or appraisement Laws. John t. Pressly sheriff of Marion county. December 19th, a. D., 1879. Dec20 3t Baker Hord amp Hendricks attorneys for p Paintiff. Sheriff s Sale by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county Indiana in a cause wherein theodose a Haughey trustee is plaintiff and George hockey i Al Are defendants requiring me to make the sum of eleven Hundred ind fifty dollars Mth interest on said decree and costs i will expose at Public Sale to the Bifi Hest bidder on saturday the 10th Day of january a. D., 1880, Between the hours of ten o clock a. And four o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real estate situate in the count of Marion and Statel Indiana to wit lot number two 2in sure two 2in the Indianapolis car company s addition to the City of Indianapolis. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient bum to satisfy said decree inter ate and costs i will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interests and costs. Said Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. John t. Pressly sheriff of Marion county. December is a. D., 18.79. Dec20 St Harrison Hines amp Miller attorneys for plaintiff. Sheriff s Sale by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county Indiana in a cause wherein <je0ssge w. Johns it a trustee is plaintiff and win Jajic Mckenzie it Al., Are defendants requiring me to make the sum of one Hundred and three dollars and fifty seven cents with interest on said decree and costs i we a expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 10th Day of january a. 1880, Ste tween the hours of ten o clock a. And four o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real a state to wit Lotko. One 1 in South Brookside addition to the City of Indianapolis being a subdivision of the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section thirty two 32township sixteen 16north of Range four East in Marion county Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree interests and costs i will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and k. Spaan attorney 13 Boston Block k. Delaware Street. Tate of Indiana Marion county is Sarah Slatter is. Robert r. Scott it Al. In the Superior court of Marion county in the state of Indiana. No. 25,746. Room 3. Complaint for partition of real estate. Be it known that on the 11th Day of december 1879, the above named plaintiff by her attorney filed in Tho office of the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county in the state of Indiana her complaint against the above named defendant and others and the said plaintiff having also filed in said clerk s office the affidavit of a competent person showing that said defendants Louis Fitzgerald trustee the mercantile Trust company of new York Are not residents of the state of Indiana and that a cause of action exists against them in relation to real estate in Marion county said action being one for partition and that they Are necessary parties thereto now therefore by order of said court said defendants last above named Are hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said complaint against them Ana that unless they appear and answer or demur thereto at the calling of said cause on the 3d Day of february 1s80, the same being the second judicial Day of a term of said court to be be in and held at the court House in the City of Indianapolis on the first monday in february 1880, said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in their absence. Daniel m. Ransdell clerk. H. N. Spaan attorney for plaintiff. Decl3 3t Tate of Indiana Marion county is Sarah Slatter is. Catharine a. J. Pultz Etal. In the Superior court of Marion county in the state of Indiana. No. 25,748. Koom 2 complaint for partition. Be it known that on the 11th Day of december 1879, tie above named plaintiff by her attorney filed in the office of the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county in the state of Indiana her complaint against the above named defendant and others and the said plaintiff having also filed in said clerk s office the affidavit of e competent person showing that said defendants Robert Williamson and Catharine a. J. Pultz Are not residents of the state of Indiana and that a cause of action exists against them in relation to real estate in Marion county the same being for partition and that said defendants Are Nencet sary parties thereto now therefore by order of said court said defendants last above named Are hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said complaint against Quot that Uncle unless they appear and answer or demur thereto a the calling of said Cau e on them and demur the third Day of february 18s0, the same b ing the second judicial Day of a term of said court to be begun and held at the court House in the City of Indianapolis on the first monday in february 1880, said complaint and the matters and tilings therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in their absence Daniel m. Ransdell clerk. Henry a. Spaan attorney for plaintiff. Decl3 3t g. Herman Winkle. by Ikle tir. Hanson malting table a eople. The Indianapolis ghastly secrets. Vierino Ler Apea electro medicated and turkish both 24 Fletcher amp Sharpe s Bank building. Hours por ladies tuesday and Friday from 8 a. To 1 p. Fob gentlemen. Every Day from 8 a. to 8 p. M., except tues Day and Friday. Sunday from 8 a. To 1 p. One Happy woman. Washington capital. The world is wide enough to hold one Happy woman she was told. The Little maid looked up to guess Quot a Bride in just the loveliest dress a ship is waiting too in sight to sail for Quot Quot no you Are not right. Quot the woman you Are guessing lies to night in some weird hut. Her eyes Are void her hollow hands Are cold they have not even a Rose to hold a Light is dying at her head and she is Happy being unconsciously Bever cd by an unsuspecting undertaker a Fri Bened widow the physician whose Art per Sheft with him mitigated a Lanning attractions. New Yor Mercury. Quot funerals Are very troublesome affairs Quot said the head of a leading undertaking establishment to a Mercury reporter Quot for the reason that the mourners Are never on hand i and you Are kept always an hour behind time. The Only time we have things As we wish is when we Are first notified to come and take charge of the remains. Then we j have All to say and can proceed with our work without i Quot How do you prepare remains generally Quot i Quot we first find when the body is to be buried mrs. S. B. Piatt. Isobath in the welf and tot Xali Toufy sex a Denver girl Quot just for fun Quot engaged her then place it on ice and secure the order for Perien ced attendants Are engaged. Self to marry two men but appointed the the coffin or casket then on the morning or the ladies department is under the special super same Day hour and place fora secret wedding afternoon Previ us to the funeral we go to vision of mrs. G h. Winkler from Milwaukee j with each. The suitors were somewhat Dis the House and place the body in the casket concerted by each other s presence As Well after first nicely dressing it and combing As by the girl s absence but they finally the hair and making All As favourable to the came to despise Eye As Iier. Ropp Inq the question. The late professor d was particularly nov22 3m g. H. Winkler a co., proprietors. What pays Best after Haryy St How to economize by comparing your own sex with that of others in farm labor. Secrets of a ghastly Art. Quot suppose the person had died a violent death or in some Way the features became reserved in his Intercourse with the fair sex repulsive to the Eye what would you do Quot but he once ventured to make proposals to a Quot in that Case we would resort of the Art or i lady. They were walking together and the might say the secrets of our profession. For is a serious consideration of its Cost and profits and important question wins put without prelim instance if the Mouth could not be closed we Neri ence nary sentiment or note of warning. Of would sew the lips on the inside together or course the lady replied by a gentle Quot no a else secure them to the Teeth with thread. I the subject was immediately dropped but can Tell you of any number of curious cases i Thyl Sunn met fluff Lin. Quot do von Remetha to hurl Quot Ntow Only a Tow weeks Asro the Only is 15 a year will place you m Possession of the Only newspaper that gives the actual experience and experiments of practical Cincinnati weekly in pier is the medium through which producers of every class make known their own experience and seek that of others. Quot the Best teacher of farming is the Farmer himself. A fact fully demonstrated in the department two pages a week devoted to the Farmer and his household inthe weekly enquirer. The parties soon met again. Quot do you re Mem have had. Now Only a few weeks ago the Ber at length said the lady Quot a question sister of a Well known lady who had died a Quot in we met last Quot 1 Maiden came to me and said i have come which you put to me when the professor said he remembered. you remember my answer or. Quot of yes Quot said the professor. Quot Well or. A proceeded the lady Quot i have been led Quot and myself to give you the order for my sister s funeral because there Are some arrangements to be carried through which she requested me to have strictly followed out. I want on consideration to change my a you to engage an artiste to come to the House. Quot and so have i Quot dryly responded the pro she died from the effects of consumption Fessor. He maintained his Baches Orihood to and is very pile. Her face must be made to the close. Quot every department is Quot its Worth $100 a year to Farmers but Cost Only �1 157 Quot the Best is the Quot it always has the news in Advance of All others there is none better Quot it ii the Best political Friend the people have advocating its democracy upon the principles of Justice and equity to Quot it is the original f such Are a few of the tot lie Cincinnati enquirer by the press throughout the country. The merits of its editorial agricultural political correspondence literary telegraphic news and commercial departments Combine to make it All that is required in an a no. 1, first class family to Urdl. Weekly enquirer one copy one 15 one copy six months. 65 copy free for clubs of seven. Daily enquirer without Sun. Issue. With Sun. Issue one year�12 00.$14 00 three months. 3 25. .9 75 sunday s Issue alone per year. 2 00 any two Days Issue per year. 4 00 any three Days Issue per year. 6 00 specimens free. Agents wanted. Paean amp Mclean publishers . H. Pritchard veterinary Istir Geoid May be consulted at his infirmary in american stable Bird Street Between new York and Ohio or his residence 27 West Ohio Street. Sep27 by h. Air. Spaan attorney 13 Boston Block n. Let Delaware streets Tate of Indiana Marion county is Sarah Slatter is. John Allington Mary l. Allington it Al. In the Superior court of Marion county in the state of Indiana. No. 25,730. Complaint for partition. Be it known that on the 6th Day of december 1879, the above named plaintiff by her attorney filed in the office of the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county in the state of Indiana her complaint against the above named defendant and the said plaintiff having also filed in said clerk s office the affidavit of a competent person showing that said defendants John Allington Mary l. Allington his wife John c. Tracy and Samuel Bingham trustees etc., Are not residents of the state of Indiana and that said action is in relation to real estate and said defendants above named necessary parties thereto. Now therefore by order of said court said defendants last above named Are hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said complaint against them and that unless they appear and ans ver or demur thereto at the calling of said cause on the third Day of a february 1880, the same being the third judicial Day of a term of said court to be begun and held at the court House in the City 01 Indianapolis on the first monday in february 1880, said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in their absence. Daniel m. Ransdell clerk. H. N. Spaan attorney for Piai Tift dec20 3t r Bald Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. John t. Pee sly sheriff of Marion county. Duncan Smith amp a Duncan attorneys for plan Tiff. December 19, a. D., 1879. Dec 20 3t sheriff s Sale by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county Indiana in a cause wherein George w. Johnston trustee is plaintiff and Bestee to. Bartholomew it Al. Are defendants requiring me to sell the several lots therein and hereinafter described for the purpose of making out of each of lots number one Hundred and fifty three 158one Hundred and fifty four 154one Hundred and fifty five 155two Hundred and two 202two Hundred and four 204two Hundred and three 203two Hundred and five 205two Hundred and six 206two Hundred and seven 207two Hundred and sixty eight 268two Hundred and sixty nine /269two Hundred and ninety one 291 and two Hundred and ninety two 292as hereinafter described the such sum of two Hundred and twelve dollars and seventy four cents and interest from the Date of tin a a a a thousand and ninety six dollars and fifty five cents and interest from the Date of judgment in said cause and the costs As chargeable against each of said lots i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on Batu Day the 10th Day of sanitary a. D., 1880, Between the hours of ten o clock a. And four o Oloc p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House 01 Marion county Indiana the rents and pro-fif8 for a term not exceeding seven years of the follow ing real estate to wit lots fifty three 153. Be Hundred and number one Hundred and one Hundred and fifty four 154one flite five 165two Hundred and two 202. Two Hundred and four 204two Hundred and three 203quot two Hundred and eix Wavu Auu Aua. N two Hundred and five 205. 206two Hund and seven 207two Hundred and sixty eight 268two Hundred and sixty ninjas. P. Amp w. W. Weaver successors to Weaver amp co., , and furnished of metallic Wood cloth covered caskets and cases and undertakers supplies wholesale and retail. Our prices Are As Low As any other first class establishment in the West. Main office�?33 North Illinois St., y. A. Building nearly opposite Bates hotel. Branch office Corner of Illinois and South streets. Frank Hughey supt. Of Branch. A competent attendant will be found at both offices David night. A a Quot Hacks and livery can be had at either place. Coll Toj. B. Cameron successor to h. L. Benham Sheet Jollu be books strings band instruments etc., etc. No. 10 North Meridian Street West Sid Indianapolis. Sep27 Teal prescription free. For to speedy cure of seminal weak Esb loss of Maii Borzl acid All Dir orivers Brou fit on by indiscretion or Chi Fiss. Has the Inturre orients. Address any Druif Siitia Davidson pfc co., 78 Nassau ht., n. Y je71ypate its obtained for new inventions or for improvements in old ones. Caveats and All Patent business promptly attended to. Ivel Stiokis that hate been rejected May still in most cases be patented by it. When inventors Send Model or sketch we make search in the Patent office and advise As to its Patent ability free of charge. Prices Low and no charge unless Patent is obtained. We refer to Hon. Postmaster general d. Key Rev. F. Power to officials in the u. S. Patent office and especially to our clients in every state of the Union and in Canada. For special references terms advice etc., address c. A. Snow life co., opposite Patent office Washington d. Hajn for 1880. The Sun will Deal with the events of the year 1880 in its own fashion now pretty Well understood by everybody. From january 1 until december 31 it will be conduced As a newspaper written in the English language and printed for the people. As a newspaper. The Sun believes in getting All the news of the world promptly and presenting it in the most intelligible shape the shape that will enable its readers to keep Well abreast of the age with the least unproductive expenditure of time. The greatest interest to the greatest number that is the Law controlling its daily make up. It now has a circulation very much larger than that of any other american newspaper and enjoys an income which it is at All times prepared to spend liberally for the Benefit of its readers. People of All conditions of life and All ways of thinking buy and read the Sun and they All derive satisfaction of some sort from its columns for they keep on buying and Reading it. In its comments on men and affairs the Sun believes that the Only guide of policy should be common sense inspired by genuine american principles and backed by honesty of purpose. For this reason it is and will continue to be absolutely Independent of party class clique organization or interest. It is for All but of none. It will continue to Praise what is Ood and reprobate what is evil taking care that its a is to the Point and Plain beyond the impossibility of being misunderstood. It is uninfluenced by motives that do not appear on the surface it has applications for i License. Notice the subscriber hereby gives notice that he will in accordance with Section 3 of the License Law of 1875, make application to the Board of commissioners of Marion county Ludiana at their next regular session in january 1880, for a License to sell intoxicating Vino is malt and spirituous liquors in less quantities than a quart to be drank on the premises. The place were said liquors Are to be sold is on lot no. 3, Block 95, no. 166 South Illinois Street in the sixteenth Ward City of Indianapolis Center township Marion county Indiana. Decl3 3t Horace c. Stout. A it a no a Trator s Sadie of Kel estate. Totice is hereby Given that the unders i mini Strator of the estate of Wilhelmine Indianapolis being a sub Divon of the East Hau g dds Rtse Muth a of the East in Marion coun indians. If the Lent and Profete of any of said lots will not sell Lor a sufficient Gam to it iffy tie debt so chargeable to Laid lot with interest and its share of the costs i who. At the same tie and place expose to Public Lale the fee Sile of such lots or so much thereof a a May be sufficient to such debts interest and of oath. Said Sale will be Roade without any Relief whatever from a ideation or appraisement Laws. John t. Persily sheriff of Marlon december 19. A. D., 1879. Decao 8t. A Dunlin Smith amp Duncan attorneys for plaintiff. Led. And Intel by the Civ circuit court an order the highest Loor of the court House in the Indiana on monday the 26th Day of january a. A 1880.  1 Between the Bours of ten o clock a. And four o clo it a p. M., of said Day the following described real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased situate in interest Marlon county in the state of Indiana to wit the South half of lot number sixty 60in John Roset s first sub Ivaon of the Northwest part of outlet number one Hundred and seven 107in the City of Indianapolis. The above dried real estate will hot be sold for less than two thirds of the appraised value thereof and will on the following terms one third of the Purchase Money payable Cash in hand on the Day of Sale one to blvd in nine months and one third in eighteen months from Day of Sale i-1 re athe purchasers to exec Inte promissory notes for said we troll pm affy nth a salary of �100 per different payments with Good Freehold surety or sure Ami expenses or allow a Large ties thereon payable with interest without Relief from i to Bellour new and wonderful invent valuation of appraisement aws and with percent in Bat wesak. Sample free. Address attorney s fees. John Grosch administrator. Is Liall Mien. J i diam iopoi.i8, ihd., Dee. 30/1879. Deoa04t cos fils Ruaix tsp Ifil my Atli no opinions to sell save those which May be had by any purchaser with two cents. It hates injustice and Rasca Lity even More than it hates unnecessary words. It abhors frauds pities fools and deplores Nincompoop of every species. It will continue throughout the year 1880 to chastise the first class instruct the second Aud discount Nance the third. All honest men with honest convictions whether sound or mistaken Are its friends. And the Sun makes no Bones of telling the truth to its friends and about its friends whenever occasion arise for Plain speaking. These Are the principles upon which the Sun win the year to come. The year 1880 will be one in which no patriotic american can of lord to close his eyes to Public affix Iris. It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the political events which it has in store or the necessity of Resolute vigilance on the part of every citizen who desires to preserve the government that the founders gave us. The debates and acts of Congress the utterances of the press the exciting contests of the Republican and democratic parties now nearly equal in strength throughout the country the varying Drift of Public sentiment will All Bear directly and effectively upon the Twenty fourth presidential election to be held in november. Four years ago next november the will of the nation As expressed at the polls was thwarted by an abominable Conro Iracy the promoters and beneficiaries of which still hold the offices they Stol jul the crime of 1877 be repeated in 18807 the past decade of years opened with a corrupt extra a and insolent administration entrenched at Lington. The Sun did something toward dislodging the gang and breaking its Power. The same men to a a never would have any vices. Three old gentlemen Are sitting around a table on a Steamboat waiting to get another party to a game of cards. Presently they Espy a Nice looking Young fellow. One old party goes to him and says Quot Pardon me Young Man we want somebody to join us in a game of car cup would be Happy to have you with Quot thanks i never play Quot take a drink with us Quot Quot thanks i never Quot Well have a Quot thanks i never Quot Ehl now i rather like that in a Young Man. Come into the Cabin and 111 introduce you to my wife and Quot thanks said the demure Young Man Quot i shall never wedding postponed. The Groom summoned to answer before a Church committee. Baltimore dec. 16.�?the select committee of the Independent methodist Church to Day summoned a prominent member of the Church to appear before them to answer charges unbecoming a Christian. Several weeks ago it was rumoured in the West end that a wedding appointed for the 4th inst., Between Thomas Martin a wealthy widower and miss Hattie Fraser a Young woman of acknowledged Beauty and very popular in society was not celebrated owing to the unaccountable absence of the Groom elect. The action of the methodist Chirich committee to Day resulted in the facts becoming Public. On saturday last the Mother of the Bride elect died after a Short illness dating from the Day of her daughter s desertion and it is believed that the Shock brought on her illness Aud caused her death. The we Ding ceremony was to have been performed by the Rev. A e. Johnson pastor of the Chatsworth Street methodist Church at the country residence of the Bride s Uncle or. A Fraser in Calverton a few Miles from the City limits on the look As natural a possible. Her lips Are Blue. I want them made red. Her suit to Wear in the casket is now being finished by the dressmaker and your female Atten Daud Mut be careful about putting on the dress because it is made to fit her As if she was in full life Well i want to the House on fifth Avenue the next Day my artist began i i w re Dud when he was through my woman attendant carefully dressed and Laid out the body in the casket. When the artiste and myself entered the parlor Ard looked at the re Mains it was wonderful. The dress of the woman was fit to be worn by a Princess As a bridal suit. She was adorned with jewelry Ani upon her head rested a wr3ath of lilies while her hands were encased in exquisite White kid gloves. Hor age was 43 years she then looked 18. Her outfit composed of Fine corded White silk trimmed with Valenciennes laces and looped up on both sides a Circle of natural Tea roses extended across Tho front from Loop to Loop. This Cost Over ?300.&Quot Quot another curious Case came under my charge Only a Tew Days ago. I was sent for by the widow of a prominent merchant. She said my husband looks very bad. His eyes Are deeply sunken and they Ara always full. His face is like Marble and to look at him even in my sorry fright ends me. You must improve his appearance. I took the remains from the cask to in which they were to be buried the next morning and injected a fluid through the body that almost at once gave the Corpse a life like and natural appearance. The next morning the widow went into the parlor to View her husband s remains. The servants were suddenly startled by hearing a loud piercing scream and hastening into the parlor found their mistress motionless on the floor in a swoon. The striking change in the appearance of the remains had frightened the lady into a the secrets of embalming. Quot How do you preserve or embalm the our Pabis Lettes. You dead Quot Quot Well i a a. A can frankly Tell you that evening of december 4, and a Large number to Day there is no sure and perfectly Success of friends assembled to see the ceremony Ful Means of embalming remains known of the waited until 9 p. A two hours course we can embalm remains so As they alter the time fixed for the wedding but the will keep for a week or perhaps a Mem the bridegroom failed to appear although he had but not longer. I speak As an undertaker visited his intended wife in the afternoon not As an embalmer and the sums of Money and left the marriage License in her care. The Bride Aud her four bridesmaids then retired and the company dispersed without receiving any explanation of the postponement. The Bride and her widowed Mother were prostrated with grief. Several friends of the family went to the House of or. Martin in this City but failed to find him and it was not until several Days afterwards that he was discovered in a private boarding House by detectives employed for the purpose. On being asked to explain his strange conduct or. Martin replied carelessly that he had been sick and was unable to be present at the wedding and had since concluded not to marry the lady. All efforts to extract any further explanation were fruitless. Miss Fraser at once reentered society and was apparently unconcerned. The death of her Mother has however caused her to break Down and she is now seriously ill mrs. Fraser was buried last sunday without any notice of the funeral being Given the family desiring to avoid further scandal. The matter however was brought to the attention of the Church committee it is said by the Rev. Or. Johnson who was to have performed the wedding ceremony and or. Martin was summoned to answer the charges under penalty of expulsion from the Church of which heis a prominent member. His trial will be begun next monday night and is looked Forward to with great interest. A wealthy widow in trouble. Convicted of a conspiracy to Mart a girl to an aged Man. Reading pa., dec. 15.�?miss sue Emore a number of years ago was one of the most Beautiful Young women of Reading. She was a woman of commanding presence and attracted the attention of a Rich Lancaster county Farmer named Coonley. A Short time ago Coonley died and the widow fell heir to considerable property. She kept House in Lancaster in Fine style and had her servants and attendants. Last August she met one or. Eugene de Leon who was a travelling Eye and ear physician. It was alleged that to hailed from new York and had a wife in Harrisburg. He saw that quite a Bevy of Young and handsome women congregated at widow Coonley s and the doctor became acquainted with the widow and asked her to so manage affairs that he might marry one of them. He was Well on in years but he wanted a very Young wife. For a consideration the widow entered into a conspiracy to entrap one of the girls and Ida Brenneman aged 18, was invited to the widows House. I have paid in having embalming done and its effects give me Good experience. I Only know of one Man who Ever accomplished Emli Alming successfully and that Man is dead and his modes Operand was a secret Aud has been buried with him. That Man was a physician who once resided on Lexington Avenue. From my own observations i can describe How he performed his work but cannot Tell what ingredients he used. When i received an order for embalming a body i notified the doctor and on an appointed night or morning taking care that none of the friends of the family should see us enter we cautiously made our Way into the room where the body Lay then we of course made it known we were in the House. You see the doctor carried some tools with him in a Good sized Sachel. He did not want them to know How much Luggage he took in because he would take out just twice As much and that would look suspicious. The first thing done was the cutting of the Scalp at the Back of the cranium. The soap was then quickly Slit around and All loosened from the Skull to the forehead and Here it was held or let fall Over so As All the hair covered the face then a Small Sharp saw was used in taking off the top of the Skull this with the brains and All in the head was placed in a rubber bag provided by the doctor after the inside of the head was cleaned thoroughly. He then deposited pieces of Cotton saturated with some and other ingredients into the head until it was completely filled and compactly set. The Scalp was then drawn Back and replaced Over the Cotton and fastened at the Back of the neck and to All appearance the Scalp and hair looked As if they had not been disturbed. Then he next took his knife and opened the Abdomen and after taking out the contents turned up the skin nearly to the lower ribs where it staid until he had placed in them the same Cotton and ingredients to fill up. Next he Drew Back the skin sewed it up and gave orders for the remains to be prepared for removal. This completed his work and he left with his rubber bag filled with human remains. The body at once resumed a most remarkable appearance and from that time Forward the color was a glowing Hue and the features like one calmly reposing in sleep. Of course his charges were High but his work was decidedly successful and not pleasant to Bome More secrets. Another Well known undertaker stated to the reporter the following facts Quot i handle corpses of every kind from those of wealthy gentlemen to those taken from the morgue rave. I Don t Lave the most from our regular Corr to pendent. Paris France december 11,1879. Little notice is taken of the anniversary of the coup d eat except by a few advanced Radical organs. One Radical journal pub Lishes a chorus of spectral voices that cry out for Justice against the crime of december 2, and its authors. To these voices m. Leroyer and Waddington Are represented As replying Quot let general vinoy be of and Chancellor of the legion of Honor and marshal Canrobert president of the commission of military advancement. Then other voices Are heard saying Quot we fought at Champigny Mon Tretout and Buz Enval we defended the Republic when it was attacked and the Council of War sent us to new to these voices from across the seas and through prison Walls m. A Seroyer and Waddington reply Quot to the galleys trin Quet in exile Rochefort Quot a funeral service was held this morning in the Church of Champigny in commemoration of the terrible Battles that were fought there during the Franco German War when the army saved once More the Honor of France and lost in the Effort 6,000 men and 600 artillery horses. Those present at the Church services afterwards visited the Monument and the crypt in which the bodies of the dead were pm iced. This evening by a natural Tran Ilion from grave to Gay those of the survivors of the Battle who think fit to do so will take part in a banquet in a restaurant in the palais Royal. Eighty out of the 300 students at the veterinary College of Maisons Alfort took no p it in the disturbance which occurred there on last sunday. The remaining 220 Voll probably be rusticated for a fortnight. France is a country celebrated for its love of logic and yet its institutions and manners Are often Lull of inconsistencies. The Law concerning the Observance of sunday for instance which was abrogated yesterday by the chamber and which dates from 1814, when an attempt was made for an Alliance Between the throne and the altar was rarely Ever applied. The country remained in skis session of that Liberty of conscience that it had won during the revolution and the attempt to acclimatize Dominical zest was a failure rhe logical course would have been to abolish the Law and the wonder is that it did not disappear after 1830. But no in France under the restoration As Well As under All the regimes that preceded or followed it the postal service has never once been interrupted on sunday. The same is True of the telegraphic and railway service. None of the journals even the Organ of m. Louis veni lot fail to appear on sunday As on other Days and no one Ever thought of forcing shopkeepers to put up their shutters indeed in the Small country towns and Vil Ages most business is done on sunday. And yet there has existed and still exists until the Senate ratifies the decision of the chamber of deputies a Law prohibiting work Ort sunday and this Law was enforced from time to time by a clerical prefect against some Radical Mason or contractor. In France Public opinion so far As it exists thinks that people should be allowed to work and rest on whatever Days they chose. Ferdinand de Lesseps will sail from St. Nazaire for Calon Aspinwall on saturday next. The Hundredth performance of the Quot voyage in suisse Quot was celebrated last night in accordance with French fashion by a Ball Given by the manager of the varieties m. Bertrand and the authors of the piece. The marvelous feats of the Han Ion Lees performers have been thoroughly appreciated by the parisians for whom their essentially English entertainment has All the Charm of Novelty. There was a Brilliant crowd of skaters on the Bois de Boulogne this afternoon. A horrible drama took place at St. Dennis this afternoon. A Little girl of fourteen whose parents Are Bakers in the Rue com poise shot herself with a revolver in school. Death was instantaneous. From Washington. National wastefulness a How to Mak $100.000,000�?the great eleemosynary in imitation of the i nit a mates. Are now intriguing to Resi selves to places from which the were driven by the Elknation of the people. Will they succeed the Ming year will bring the answers to these moment ind co Ous questions. The Sun will be on band to chronicle the its As they Are developed and to exhibit them clearly and fearlessly in their relations to expediency and right the doctor was in the parlor. That same, night the widow the doctor and miss Bren a a a a pauper s or Neman went to the residence of the Rev. Embalming but i h of the Duke Street m. E. Church i and the doctor and miss Brenneman Werp Quot received an order to married. After a honeymoon of two Days in a Lancaster the doctor a mysteriously departed the Bottom and with silk to and the Voung Bride was left alone. I Quot pvt a a a in of when her parents Learned of the truth they so that the breast id mrs. Cow arrested and she was tried a a us a a Quot Jin covered nearly to the 1 five counts. The first count charges that of this was for a Young woman a it defendant and or. Eugene de Leon did on of a a Quot a a a Quot a died after a Short october 10, 1879, conspire to procure the a re she had not fallen away much and elopement of Ida Brenneman a minor from a re a a of unmistakable signs of being the control of her Stepfather George Trayer i a Beautiful looking girl. Her and her Mother. The second count Chaie in Quot a a a southerner stood near her them with Taviner conspired to Kronur a the cd a a them with having conspired to procure the a face with elopement of a minor the third charges handkerchief. When i Ai n of a Temarius i at once noticed that approached the her Eye Las a igl thus with a habit of Chical i la a c6n8piracy to Debauch under simulation of remains a at once Noricea thai Ner Eye a Hes marriage he being a married Man. The fourth and Eye brows had in pencilled and her count charges that they did by false and Cheeks and has painted. The poor old Fel fraudulent representations conspire to pro a Tkv losing his Young Bride i cure illicit Intercourse to the ii Ury Oij Quot minor daughter and of her parents. The i a Otel i was soon informed of the fact Flat count charges them with having seduced a a a minor daughter from the control of her Palt of do Yoh find the business now in rents in veiled her into a marriage and be a a a Quot a priced her parents of her services. Quot anti bib a changed. The Young lady Testi if d that she had been people Arfe not so lavish about Flowers but a promised diamonds lakes Silks and jewelry great Deal of style is wanted about the Corpse a Pond and a Phaeton and that she should some few years Back a body was Seldom live like a lady that she lost All control of Robed in anything but a shroud to Day herself and that while on her Way to the shrouds Are hardly used except by catholics Clergyman s House she regretted Ber act and and hebrews. Gentlemen As a Rule Are Laid refused to go that the doctor seized bet by out in a full suit of Black cloth a White shirt the wrists and exclaimed Quot i m afraid i la and Black Necktie the hair and Mustache or have trouble with you yet Quot that the widow whiskers being arranged to suit. I have urged her and coaxed her to say Quot yes Quot to All known of instances where a dentist has been of 1880. A i the clergy Man said and that finally she was ordered to place a set of false Teeth with a our rates of subscription remain unchanged. For forced to do As she had Dowie. All this latter f20 Gold plate in the Mouth of a dead woman the Dilly Sun a four Jage Sheet of Twenty eight col a business was done on the Public streets of to save her r on the trial the widow denied Quot mitigated grief. Is the so called parting swore that the doctor did his own scene As affecting As usual Quot cents a month or $7 70 cants a year postage paid. Courting and that amp he had nothing to do with Quot no that has changed for the better. Peo of the Sun forcing the marriage. The jury thought Dif pie Are becoming toned Down old time Arat Elyata i m year Post Ana they returned a verdict of Gull screeching and crying is Dvine the Price of the weekly Sun eight page8,fifty.8lxi to. A motion was made for a new trial. Quot Quot Quot yug Ouw doctor is still a fugitive from Justice Hall s vegetable Sichuan hair renewed address 1. W. Eng take he represented himself to be Worth a hand prevents the hair from turning Gray and Sun new York City some Fortune. Returns Gray hair �0 its natural Coli Quot. Looking at the minor affairs of life an Stead i Philo soph a Irso Felfe. Ood humor in in great things a steadfast purpose to maintain the right pie and the principles of the Constitution aggressors the Sun is prepared to write a Struc Tive and at the same time entertain from our regular correspondent Washington d. C., dec. 19, 187f. This session of Congress is like All its predecessors in the introduction of hundreds of Bills with which the country will fortunately never have even bowing acquaintance. There is another class of Bills with which the country is Only too familiar. I allude to those called the regular appropriation Bills. Two have already been passed this session and it is expected that two More the military Academy and the consular diplomatic Bills will be passed before the adjournment for the holidays. It is understood that there will be no reduction from the sums appropriated last session. In the army and Navy Bills As Well As in the diplomatic service Bill every year ought to witness a reduction of expenditure. The diplomatic service might be abolished at once without any except its elegant incumbents feeling the loss. Diplomacy is an effete Art. Before the Day of railroads telegraphs and newspaper reporters it was necessary perhaps for warlike nations with contiguous frontiers to have erudite and politic detectives at their respective capitals but this necessity has Long since passed away and the institution lives Only because no statesmen have had the boldness to effect its abolition and because it furnishes convenient sinecure for those who have been serviceable to their party. If this latter class would have the patriotism to retire to the haunts of private Industry the gain to the country through savings would be astonishing. Then would we be Able to abolish not Only the foreign service but to Cut Down appropriations in every department and Branch of the Public service. It is a fact known to every one who has an acquaintance with our Publio service that All the necessary work could easily be done by one half the Force employed and at one half the expense. This is startling but it is not the whole truth. Some will not believe it. Others have heard it so often and consider the situation so irremediable that they tolerate it in apathy with the comment that ours is a powerful wealthy government and that we can endure the loss of a Petty �100,000,000 per annual. It is startling but As True As holy writ that �100,000,000 will not cover the useless yearly expense. There Are hundreds of men in this country who would contract and give heavy Bonds to conduct the military naval and civil services of the United states upon one half the average yearly appropriations. The Man who could get such a contract would in five years be Richer than Vander bilt on entirely legitimate savings. His first step would be to discharge All government employees and then employ about one half of them at two thirds the salary he is now receiving. One in a thousand might refuse to be employed his place could be immediate exp filled by a More competent Man. To handle the top heavy Over Folb Creed army and Navy would be More difficult. They have so fortified themselves by intermarriage with the families of politicians that it will be almost impossible to reduce their number or their or even to Stop the increase of both. If it were not for the fact of their matrimonial connections with the House and Senate their and numbers would quickly be reduced at least fifty per cent. England France Prussia and All european countries get As Good military and naval service As ours for less than half the Money we our officers. But some one will say what would you turn half of these helpless clerks and officers upon the cold charities of the world there you Are again. Will you Ever get Over the nonsense that this government is a charitable institution government clerks Are supposed to work seven hours per Day. Each one is entitled to a month s leave during the year and Many holidays. No Well informed truthful Man will assert that they average More than tour a hours real work per Day. And aah one Fri Miliar with government offices knows that with an elimination of useless red tape it would not be necessary for the employees to Quot Quot y. H work More than two hours per a it will be seen that one half of the of easily do All the necessary work. Enee could w. A card. To All who Aro suffering from the errors and India Ciet Lons of youth nervous weakness Early Defty Losi of manhood i will Liend a recipe that i frill cure you free of charge this great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South am Erieau Send a self-addrea9ed envelope to Rev. Josi to in Kak Sta lond new York City. �nl9l7

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