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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YEAK-NO. 235. LOCK HAVEN, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING^XPgESS ikothebs---FCBUSmSBS CURRENT COMMENT. wuat ai oheetuut a po'.iUoal speech woald be just now What will we do in '02, is capped by the qnesti( n what will jon do ? It tnakei as tired to hoar man who oat the Rspubj good. While John W. lines. ThI lasting sd:[ rich men eoming tisi can ticket say it will do os ay Gould is buying railroads, Mackey is buying telegraph is eoanlry is not going to aver lah just yet, i( the money of its an save it. The Peision Appropriation bill for the at year is re'idy. It calls for �133,1T3,0S5. That is quite a handsome iThich to measure the nation's do its defenders. snm with gratitude The Deiiocratio msjority in MoKiuley's district wis cut down from about 3,OC0 to 300, and y t it is claimed as a tremendous Bemourati i victory. It requires a hidebound Deipocrat to look at it in that light. It will be neoessasy some day (or the Ameri an people to put an end to the business ol the reckless speoulcti>r. 3aoh aetioa may not please men who live by gambling, )nt it will promote the health of the repiiblic. Dk. Koc ei was until ten years ago an obaonrs co mtry physioiaD. His practice and his rci utation did not extend beyond the limits if the little town of Wollstein, a place so fo all and unimportant that it is only with found upoij No setv social and ijiuch difBculty that it can be the map. Let all whmon-aaB�TaI HIUi ;b�-alizes the SeeloniUH of tke SItastloo and Tarni HU Face to the Wait. WAsntKoTON, Deo. S.-General Miles, who has been in Washington since laat Saturday night in consultation with Seo-retary Proctor, General SohoQeld and Secretary Noble, upon matt jra relating to the Indian sitnation in the northweit, left for Chicago to-day. The General believes that danger is imminent. The serious-nass of the situation be balieves has not been exaggerated. The dissatisfaction is more widespread than it has been at any time for yebrs. The conspiracy extends to more different tribes than have heretofore been hostile, but that are now in full sympathy with each other and are scattered over a larger area of country than in the whole history of Indian warfare. It is a moro oomprehensive plot than anything ever inspiicd by the prophet, Teoumseh or even Pontiao. The causes of this diiBonlty are easy of lor.ation. Insufficient food supplies, religious dalusion and the innate disposition of the savage to go to war, mast be held responsible. It is hoped the problem may be solved without bloodshed, but such happy ending to the trouble teems improbable. An outbreak would coat the lives of a great many brave men, and the destruction of hundreds of homes in the northwest. If peace is possible we will have it. the sixth beqimest to the front. Destek, Deo. 2.-The following telegram to the Assoolated Press from For' Wingate, via Coeledge, K. M., says: The greatest excitement prevails. A dispateh was received from General Carr from the War Department, direction that the Sixth Cavalry proceed with the least practicable delay to Fort Meade, S. O. Hundreds of lanterns were seen fliUing to and fro, men a^d officers were hurrying hither and thither. -General Carr was up in a. moment superintending and giving orders to expedite the movement. The General has had vast experience with the Sioux and is eager to meet some of them again. Wagons were loading baggage all night, and horses are being shipped as fast as possible. It is believed that in from ten to eleven hours the whole regiment will have left here on its way to the front. This speaks volumes for the gallant Colonel and galloping Sixth, who have braved over fifteen years in Arizona and New Mexico, the most harraising of Indian warfare. Lieutenant Colonel Morrow, with Troop O, Sixth Cavalry, will join the command at Wat-rou5 Station, New Mexioo, which will make in all a total of seven troops at headquarters of the Sixth Cavalry. They will arrive in Denver probably Wednesday. settlebs WARNED of THE IJASGEJt. White Ridge Aoesut, S. D., via. Rush ville. Neb., Dec. 2.-Reports have been sent out to warn settlers along the line of the Cheyenne River. The hostiles are on the White River at the mouth of Hay Creek, seven miles from the government herd of 0.000 cattle. AU the ranjUes on White River have bMn robbed, pon:^ stolen, and cattle killed. Four spies sea* out Friday morning have not returned,^ and it is feared thej- have bean killed. }; Signal fires north of the White Rivir announce the approaob of the Chcjennes. The hostiles sent woril to the friendly Indians here that all spies would bo killed. Half-breed settlers are flseing to the agency, all reporting heavy losses in cattle and ponies. cattle captured and herders fleeiso. St. Padl, Deo. 2.-The Pioneer-Press correspondent at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, telegraphs that paper that John Dwyer, ehief herder of the Government herdp, in whose charge were the 3.000 cattle for use in giving rations to the Indians, with his herders, has been compelled to keep constant guard to prevent surprise by the Indians, and finally they had to leave the herds and look out tor their lives. Of the herd of 3,000 head the Indians seized all, killing some for immediate use, and driving the rest into the Bad Lands for future consumption. There will, therefore, be no cattle for rations tor the Indians next week, as many more cattle belooging to the Roaebad Agency have been also captured by the Indians. Chief Fait Thunder reached Pine Ridge last night, and reports that the Indian camp at Rosebud is receiving additions from all sides, and are headed towards Grass Basin in the Bad Lands, sittiso boll i.badiho a obobt dance. St. Lotus, Deo. 2.-A Byeoial from partment of Missouri, says: "Christ dances are at present being held at the Washita River Cantonment and the R�d Hills. The Red Hills dance is being conducted by Sitting Bull in person. A Northern Arrapahoe who has been in the vicinitr for months claims to be a disciple of the new Christ. Sitting Bull bae announced that when the danee is completed he will return to his home in the North. As bu has already collected a herd of forty i>r fifty ponies, presents from believ e_ra in. the new Christ, his announoemeut is probably sinoeie. When he goes it is probable the excitement among tbe Indians will subside." General Ueritt has reoeived orders to aaud tbe troops at Fort Lewis, Colorado, to Fort Meade. Tbe troops are oavalry-men and number 100. BANQUETING AT THE EALLON PDNQEHT POT POPURI. Tie Sixth Annivoraary Banquet of Olympic Oounoi!, No. 932, Eojal Arcanum. A MOST ENJOYABLE OCOASION. Parnell's Finiit for Power. London, Dec. 2.-AC the Irish meeting to-day, Nolan's amendments that the question of the retirement of Parnell should be postponed until the members had personally ascertained the views of their constituents on the subject, the party then to meet in Dublin and decide the matter, was rejected by a vote of 44 to aa. At 6 o'clock p. m. a recess was taken for an hour. At a oonferenoo at Ghiditone'a house tbe anbjeot under discussion was the retirement of the Liberal leader. It was decided to convoke a meeting of the Liberal peers and members of the House of Cemmona to hear a statement by Gladstone. SIR WlLLIAil HARCOURT'a STATEMENT. Sir William Vernon Harcourt has written a letter in which he oonflrms McCarthy's statement made at the Far-nellite meeting last night relative to what took place between tUem at the time of McCarthy's recent visit. Sir William further says that he didn't regard Parnell'e proposals as practical. He told McCarthy the condition of secrecy was inadmissable. A document '-accepting the proposals could be of no value to Parnell or any one else, unless its contents were made known, besides Sir William says he did not attach any importance to Pdrnell's pledge of inviolable eeoreoy. In conclosiou Sir William says that tbe statements of Parnell relating to his, (Sir William's) views and conduct are un-worthy of notice and opposed to the truth. A Remedj for 8or� Tbroat. A gargle for sore mouth and throat is tO take four large spoonfuls of good older vinegar, four of water, a teaspoonful of common salt, and a very small portion of red or black pepper; ijargle every hour. It ie worth more than all the chlorate of potash in the country and it cannot harm yon. New Teat's BalL Ihe Wefct Branch Hose Company, of Rsnovo, will give a grand ball oa New Year's eve, in the Assembly building of that place. Committees to make the necessary arrangements were appointed at a meeting of the company Monday evening. A Winter BUziard. The storm that prevails to-day is on the ''Blizzard" order, and makes out door work undecidedly unpleasant. Tbe wind whirls th= light snow in all directions, and the temperature is low. Winter has evidently begun in earnest. MKWS: AND MOTES. The official count in California gives Markham (Republican) for Governor a plurality of 7600. The Dnquesno Theatre in Pittsbiirg was opened Monday ni^ht. It cost $175,000. It seats nearly 2000 people. David Nicely, the eondomned murderer who csoaped from the jail in Somerset, Pa., on Saturday, has been recaptured. An armed posse is still searching for Joseph Nicely. Dr. Edward M. Hartwell, assoeiate in Physical Training and Director of the Physical (gymnasium at Johns Hopkins University, has resigned to accept the position of Director of Physical Training In the public Bchoels of Boston. Seventy Syrians, nearly all silk weavers and decorative workers, have arrived in New York. It is their intention to give an exhibition of their capabilities at the World's Fair. It is said that a number of wealthy Syrians are shoJtly to establish a colony, probably in Pennsylvania, to be called New Damascus. Tbe purpose is to afford employment to all new comers from Syria. Robert Hawley, 23 years of SRe, was found dead in a barn near Wilkeabarre, Pa , Monday. On Saturday night ho attended the wedding of Olin Shaver, in company with other young men, and liquor of an inferior quality was ciroulat.^ ed freely amonxst them. Young Hawley was overcome by drink and failed to reach his bomfl!LKa. Mashed White I'olaloeB. Asparagus Cream Sauce. Htewed Tomnloes. Sweet Potatoes. 0*r[i. Petis I'ots. COLD MEATS. Buffalo Tongue. Chicken, snyar Cured Ham. SALADS. ChlcVen Balad Muyonalse. Lobster Salad a la Busse. Cabbage Salad. BlELlsiii:.^. Cranberry Sance. Apple .Snuce. CliowChow. Celcrv. tiberltlDB. Tomato f^Uup. tineen Olives. Worceatershlre Sauce. fABTBY ASl) CAl Fig Cafe e. II-S. Fruitcake. Fig Cafe e. B.anana Cabe. AoKel Food Cake. MIso'l F.inoy CaKe. Coco�notCake. OnngeC^ke Chocolate Cake. Orange Qelattne. VuulUa ice Cream. , racrjs asd .vuts. Bananas. X^raiiE^e!;. Apples. Concord Orajies.'iliilaga Qrapen. Ralslus. Almonds. Pecans. Hazel. Brazils. Eleme Fles. liusli-fli Walnuts. American Checne. Cracker!'. English Cliecse-French Cotleo. tnuilsh Brciikf.iRt T�a. After doing full justice to the spread Regent W. J. McLees introduced Grand Orator E. A. Knox, of Allegheny City, who gave aoae statistUxaa to tbe organization, ita.^otk, and the advantages the Aromum presented as a beneficial association. Organized in June 1877 with thirteen members, they now number 110,000, and as compared with life insurance, the advantages are in favor of the Arcanum, while in its fraternal features he claims it is worth mora than all it costs to be a member. He was followed by H. B. Eberly and John Harrison, D. D. G.R., of Williamsport, F. L. Whittaker, Rev. R. W. Perkins, U. C. Evans and K. D. Batchelder, of Olympic Council, J. B. G. Kinsloe, S. M. McCormick, Esq., and Professor J. W. Wulvorton, io short pertinent talks. Re'gout MoLoes eiprosaod his pleasure at the success of the evening's entertainment, when the banqueters retired, showering enconiums of praise upon tbe host and the committee on banquet, Messrs. Batchelder, Evans and Datesman. A Mi�c�llaneoDe Mixture of Seme and Non �enee Scluored and iicrlbbled. Sweet Xmas time Is on tbe wing. The days grow short and cool: The small boy with the level head Turns up at Sonday school. He does not care about the past, Bot thinks of things more pleasant; In fact, bis mind Is tlxed upon Tbe future and the present. The weather prophet was off who said we would scarcely hive a clear day in November. FORCING THE FORCE BILL. The Second Day of the Senate Opens With a btjll-dozing hot in it THIS TIME We are now on OAlendar. the last sheet of the - , � . f i'tx,vw, auu �u�i> mo mbvib are tnree Fort Reno, Indian Territory, to General times M targe u the litbilitiea. An early Wesley Merritt, in command of the De-' teaamption li expected. A Coming Event. The "E" ontortaiument to be given at the East Main street M. E. church next Saturday night promisee to be an attraction of more than usual interest. The program will consist of recitations, pantomimes, singing, an address, and a farce. Tbe aim has been to make the entertainment itself worth the price of admission, while in addition there will be a-short lecture on "Other Worlds" The subject is one which receives little or no thought, save by individual readers nnd yet it is one of the most elevating end interesting. The lecture will briefly treat of the sun, moon, planets, meteors, comet*, stars, etc. An important feature of the lecture ill be the crayon illustrations. To make the "E" still more intero�ting, those who wish will have the opportunity of seeing through a microscope magnifying COO diameters, the minute animals in water and other auimaloula. UowQ a Precipice. A team of horses attached to a farm wagon and driven by a son of Adam Heck-man of Nittaoy Valley we.o paasing through the narrows near the axe factory at Mill Hall yettcrday when the team frightened at a boy who was sliding down hill on a aled. The horses turned suddenly and jumped down the steep bank. Horses, wagon and driver landed together at the bottom of the precipice having fallen a distance of thirty feet. Str.inge to say neither horses or driver wore injured in tbe least, and the wagon was hutsligbt-ly damaged. The team wna owned by Adam lleckman. The Model C'a^Ii Grcctry. Rothrook Bros., of the Model Cash grocery, have sotnethin^ to say to our readers in the advertising columns to-day This young firm is making new friends every day by their fair de^aliog. Call and see them. Now sea about that Christmas present. Coffia is the name of a Tennessee post-ofiice-a proper place evidently to send dead letters. You can't always thresh the wild oats out of a boy. Tbe best way to pack a trunk is to set in an eaiy chair and watch your wife do it. You never know a man's disposition until you have eaten a delayed breakfast ith him. Sealskins, it is thought, haven't quit rising. The blacksmith's harvest will eoon be at hand. The fashionable pumpkin pie ie an inch thick. Good taste now allows a rather attractive display of flnger-riogs on tbe masculine fingers. The liverymen are getting their sleighs in running order. The headmaster of one of our most nourishiuf schools says that the present generatiou of girls, of good parentage, are taller than their mothers, better developed and stronger. This he attributes to tbe open air pattimes in which modern school girls indulge to a far greater extent than did their mothers. Tbesturdy "nut-brown" maid is rapidly coming to the front as the popular type. She may not be able to run lite an Indian, nor carry great bur-dena like the women of Italy, but the coming American belle is sure to be a big, robu.st, red cheeked girl of the bread and butter variety, if the headmaster is correct in his diagnosis. Jeweled prayer books make nice presents, but they come high; from t20 to $100. A black shirt with white collar and tie is one way of accentuating domestic i^rief. Oar ice dealers live In hopes for a better crop this winter. Poet, who is reading his verses to a friend-Ah, my words seem to touch you. You are.shedding tearsi "No, only wiping off the perspiration. The girls have got to playing tiddledy-winks for the soda. Say a good word whenever you oan. for your own town If you olTer yonr han.i to some fair maid. As to wedding perluips she'll scolT. Bat If you otTer It to a buzs saw The atlalr's likely to come otr. Every labor-saving device lightens and lengthens life and draws us closer to the millennium. There are only a few royal roads to riches remaining in the world, and these are monopolized by the reigning families. The Wall street gamblers oan smash each other without involving legitimate lookers-on. It's a bad buBiness, for all that. A young lady says the bands will remain smooth in cold weather if warm water is avoided. Angelica-"Harry, since you seem to care so much for Sadie Highfligher, yon had belter call on her exclusively.*' Harry -"What! and give you up? How oan you say this to me after all that has passed between us? I see, I have 'loved not wisely, but too well.' " Angelica-"That's it exactly; I object to your loving two well." The Chriatroas number o.' Harper's Monthly is paitioularly strong in short stories. There i.t one in negro dialect by Thomas Nelson Page. Sarah Orne Jewett has anotherstory, James Lane Allen still another and Richard Malcolm Johnston a fourth, while Annie Trumbull Slosson contributes the fifth. Edwin -A. Abbey makes the illustrations for Andr^-w Lang's comments ou "As You Like It." Mr. Quilp says that the popular game known as "Tiddledywinke" must have been invented us a safe alternative for persons unable to stand the mental strain of prolonged indulgence in the "Idiot's Delight." Still ItoproTlDK. Oscar Orupan, the man whose bead was injured so badly in the wreck at Ferney oontinues to impiove steadily and is likely to get well. Hia reoorery will be next thing to a miraole. The Measure Taken Ui� for Coneideratioa and an Attetopt to Slde-Track It Switched Off Initead-Tbe Bill aud Its Substitute B�ad, and a Motioo to Contlnne CoQSlderatlon Pasaed. WAsni-NOTON, Deo. 2.-The Election bill was taken up in the Senate to-day. The House bill was read and then tbe Senate substitute was also read. At 2 o'clock, when, under the rules, "unfinished business" from the last session In the shape of the Eight Hour bill, came up, quite a breeze was created by a motion to proceed with the consideration of the Election bill. Tbe Democrats opposed this, claiming that tbe laying aside ot the Eight Hour bill at this time would defeat it. The motion to continue o&nelderation of the Election bill finally prevailed. Blair giving notice that he would call up tbe Labor bill at the earliest posiible moment. The reading of the Election bill and tbe substitute then proceeded, and at tbe eon-elusion thereof the Senate adjourned. OTUEH MATTEE3 OF the DAY. Among the various communications and petitions presented and referred were numerous petitions for the amendment of tbe Tariff bill by providing for the rebate on manufactured tobacco, and one from an old lady in Virginia, one hundred and Ova years of age, with photograph attached, asking for a pension. Also the annual report of the Secretary of the Treaanry. Also from Hilton Rowan Helper aaking fjr the appointment of a Commisaion to ascertain definitely who first proposed the Pan-Amerioan Railway; also one from Nebraska for the disarmament of the Sioux Indians, and suggesting that they be deprived of their horses and furnished with oxen in lieu of them. Among the bUls introduced and refeired were two (by Messrs. Blair and Dawes) as to the Eight Hour Labor law; one by Mr. Sherman, relating to tbe treaty of reciprocity with tbe Hawaiian Islands; one by Mr. Teller, to deolaro the unit of value io the United States, and to provide free coinage for the standard silver dollar; one by Mr. Plumb, for tbe free coinage of gold and silver bullion; one by Mr, Daniel, to allow a rebate or drawback on tobacco and snnfT held in stuck en Jan. 1, 1891; and one by Mr. Ingalla, authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to dUtribnte seed to the citizens of Kansae and Nebras-ka who have suffered from drought during the present year. IN THE HOUSE. The House const dered the Copyright bill, which permits foreigners to take American copyright on the same basis as American citizens under certain condition. An important proposition of tbe bill is that books copyrighted under this act must be printed from type set in the United States or from plates made therefrom. UEED AND A BRIGADIEB. Mr. Harmer, (Pa.) presented tbe petition of citizens of Philadelphia in favor of an amendment to theMcKioley bill allowing a rebate ou unbroken packages of smoking and manufactured tobacco and snuff. Referred. TbeSpeaker laid before tbeHousa Senate Bill referring to the Court of Claima the claim of the Chesapeake Female College for property destroyed during the war. In the dlBcussioo of the bill Mr. Wheeler, of Alabama, taking advantage of a recognition, proceeded to argue that the omission of section 30 of Tariff bill from the enrolled copy rendered the entire bill a enllity. lu vain did tbe Speaker endeavor to confine Mr. Wheeler's remarks to tbe bill under discussion, Mr. Wheeler contending that his remarks were pertinent, in so far as the pendiug measure involved an expenditure of money-the money wbieh ^ as to be raised by the Tariff Act. TbeSpeaker suggested that the measure involved no expenditure of money; but Mr. Wheeler controverted this point. Teachere' Institute Li-ctare Coarse. Tbo strODgest course of lectures has been arranged for Institute week, Deo, 15-19, that it has ever been the pleasure of the people of Clintou county to listen to. Monday cvoniug, Deo. 15, Profs. J. M. Coughlin and A. D. Meloy will hold forth at the Court House. Prof. Coughlin will lecture on "The Legacy we Leave ject is a worthy one and the Ies(orer is., worthy ot the Bubjeot. - Many of you are personally well acquainted with Prof. A. D. Meloy. flejlree In the hearts of his studenta and those -Who know him beat. ; No one can exhibit and explain tb�^ phonograph and graphaphone in a nora interesting manner than he. Mils Fee will also be present to entertain you with eong. Ton know Dr. Edward Brooks, Ftof. Alex. E. Frye and Deputy State Superintendent Henry Honek. Ttaeir word for.it, that aha excels in her part. Come and hear chem all. You will gat a dollar's worth of inatraotioa for;tweaty-flTeoents. Orders for excursion ratee ou tbe-F.; E. B. R., and on the Beech Creek ^.R. can be bad by eDoloaing postage and jui-dressing Supt. D. M. Brungatd, 419 Eaat Church St., Look Haven, Pa. Grand Holiday OpenTat. '- To-night the publio are iarlted-.'by Druggist Praoelsbus to visit KatUmwbS inspeothls stock of holiday good*.. H* makea the claim that hie atosk thieyetr ia larger and finer than ever before and - that bis goods are all new: Tbe new eoda fountain which Mr. Franolaena haepat'la at great expense, will be illaoiiaatad mm! In working order. The Toantain aad As* tnrea are without doubt the fiaesf'ta'tlia State, outside of Philadelphia^ anA-la tha ork of Franola Kramer of that ettf.' A canopy of Hoorith deeign, of hard ^woed finished by hand carving, ie tbe prlnoipal feature. From ioeandeseeatlampa within the canopy, light will sbine tbronik stained glass set In jewels. Large be*el French plate mirrors will reSeot yonr image while yoo drink hot or sold soda, as you may deaire, drawn from ' a aalid silver fountain artiatioally etobed in daia^ deaigna. The counters are mairvali .af beauty, the tops of wbleb are Moorisk tiles. A minuts deaerjption of tbia handsome and costly eanopy and foaatata: cannot be given Co-day,- but all are iMlted to call at the store of Druggiat FratMlseaa to-night and see for themselvea thii?>�aBty and elegance of the deeign and flniab. '-' They Mlaie A number of newspapers, and eapeelally those published at 'WiltUmspdrt, aia laaS-log statements to .the: .cffeet tbat'lioek Haven is about to haya. an.eleotris ifgbt plant and have had no other ligbt hereto- : fore, excepting from gae and aoal _ oU. This is a mierepteaentation. Loek'HaTao has had an eleotric light plant for several' years, and tbe streets were ligbta^ by ai^ lighte before those of' Wiltianispbrt wan. The City Conoeil, however, rpfosed to continue the street lights, and only a^w are lights were retained i^or atreet l?j|ihtinx purposes and those are paid for by eoa-tributiotts from citizens. Hany boal^ilia bouses are lighted by eleetrlolty, and than are several mabnfactoring (Stabtishaaats lighted by eleotrio lights Inrnlshed pom private plants. What Look HaTen ia setting now Is a oompetlng plant, aad an aa-largement ot the one already in operatioaT This is a wide awake town, and npLWitb the times in everything bat etreet lightinc and that is likely to be improred lu tha near future. Mmm PatMts.' ' Mr. and Mra. Frank Harder are aa happy a oonple as will be fonad In; Loak Haven to-day. It la oaaeaoont of tha arrival ota little girt laat Batafday.: Both �other and daughter an doing welL - 1 InesadeeeeatUcbt. The Improreoieot Company's men #ind the Bee Hive atore yesterday allsmooa and this morning commenced wiring Foz'a grocery atore. The new oompaay ia. "pushing tbinga.", MUTted altheliTia BlaMn.. :.i: Mr. Oliver F. DuBois, of Warren^ Fa, and Miss Cora �. Smith, of: Weatport, were married yesterday at thsw.lcria House this city. Rev. J. Darnutattsr waa tbe oiBciating olergyman. PKBSOKAI. FKHOIUHOa. Councilman 8. R. Quigley la on tha liok list but bis friends hops for bis speedy xa* oovery. a. B. Morrill was among tbe passangsrs from Williamsport who arrived on Erie mail this morning. S. M. UcCormiok, Esq., and Sheriff Leahy are transacting business in tbe ap-river regions to-day. Mr. John J. Uyers and Mra. S. W.Caldwell attended the funeral of the lata Hrs. Yost, in tioutb Williamport, yeaterday. Frank E, Harder baa accepted a vary good -position in Philadelphia and wUI ' close out bis entire atook ngardlsta af cost to accept the poeition about January 15th, 1891. It. A. Jamison, of Sugar ValliT 'eft this morning tor Kattbaas, where ha will spend some time banting for deer. Ha our Children." Prof. Congbliu is ooe of the most prac- i was accompanied by hia brother, A. tlcal educators of our State. He is everywhere recognized us one of the ablest men. He will be with iis during tbe entire week. Are we inteieated in oar ohildieii? Lot ns oome out and liitentobim. Hw tab- Jamison, of Washington. Jared P. Haling, of Big Rapids, 1 and formerly of this oity, waa In WllUaaM-poityetteiday. Tha QautU amlAiBite tayahaexpaatatobeaMnaB BinM mm ;