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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - January 22, 1870, Logansport, Indiana Published every saturday z w c hu1tt proprietors in the journal building Broadway Over p 0 Kates of subscription t tear in these arc Tho Only terms Dos Irollo on the part of Tho publishers any other terms must to by special arrangement bet under no circumstances will the pay Fishers charge Elisa than if payment is delayed three months business directory attorneys w n Sunn attorney at Law office of fourth Street opposite court Irons formerly occupied by i d Dykeman 1337 Logansport in d p a Berry attorn be and Xot iry Public of face no 27 fourth St 1yi7 d d Pratt son attorneys at Law opposite court icons a Logansport cd c1ias d Flatt rotary Public e s7steele attorney at Law and notary Public office no 27 fourth St Broadway a Logansport Indiana Sefcin attention Given to All kills of col Lecton and prompt remittance notarial and probate business done despatch and accuracy 4stf d b Law jul teary Clarit agent office 2lk fourth Street nor Logan Short into p Jenkins am Floey Jenkins Flory attorneys at Law practice in the Federal Anil stat courts office opposite cock three 6m23 Iogal sport id t j Deato tied to zoo Litas to Camj vol 31 so dentists or d l overholser id in 2st t i sx1 rooms Over Stuart co 101 Market St logans foot Indiana or o Liavine returned to transport to make a Pon ziment petition offers hid Servi Ces to Voltl find new friends confluent that he will be Able to give general satisfaction to those who May favor him with their a Citron various operations of Tho profession performed in the West Curc flt and thorough manner charges moderate id in zest t is of fido on Broadway opposite Tho Post oif Ico Teeth extracted successors to or 1 m rooms upstairs no in Cor Peurl and Bruni Unyi 3tr Logan Slot ceo w Brown wholesale and i 11 to 10 Market St Lorn sport ind City Irvi store to wholesale and retail no Fox Rrth Street Logansport ind 14 dry j w Talbott attorney at Law physician surgeon and hot Aby folic will practice in Cass of Lect adjoining counties special Attiat Mongiven to probate office opposite co tort Riouse Logansport id de Witt c Justice attorney at Law and Rotart pm Juc office with Chamberlin t s Rollins ant rotary Public of Flocs on i Lotic i St Aist Typo Kiwi court John a Chappelow at Oraey counsellor Law office in Piaros Bihling in Rev nne office upstairs Entrance on 1ourth Street s 3vicaet Jiji is Pratt fratt attorney sit Law prompt attention Given to All business entrusted tote Ilcare special attention Fiven All kinds of collection and prompt re Ai Luaces notarial business done with Des Patch and accuracy office y5 21k fourth Street up3tair9 opposite Coort House ii of Logas Roll ind John c Mcgregor attorney Aad counsellor at Law office Rocs so 6pi3akos l sans fort ind it Given to fro Baic and 4tf f s Crockett attorney at Law practice in the higher courts and before justices or the peace in the pity and country office a Carlf opposite court Conse it Logansport Jed 12 71 Market St Partridge Hall Cuil dig residence ate n to Plouri my irked Street below eco the canal and sixth St attention Given to diseases o a Juned Jim children 3y3 j herma1v m gz3 physician surgeon office on court ii St two doors North of is Orcis 1rug store May so 1sgs ceo a Burim m d office 7c Broadway Logansport Tover j Puter Bauhs store residence High St near thirteenth maybe consulted on All acute and chronic diseases which lie treats ii Cor Dinar to the culls in town or country promptly attended to at All hours of the Day or night or of i Galveston if Indiana be Tukys thanks for former patronage and influence and respectfully requests a continuance of the same in merited x i Corner of Jackson and Creek streets North of the dwell info first door on East Side of Deer Creek Street charge for examinations at the office Chartres april 0 is tvs service always reasonable St watches jewelry c h Church jeweler and engraver sails 0 and Tihe keeper dealer in w atc5laojsi of every description Rich Jex Velry solid Silver Ware Tea sets spectacles clocks fee Broadway above canal hogans sort Indiana watches clocks Ami Tow cry carefully re haired Anil warranted 34tf Jas if Atto enet at Law real estate agent office Cor North and fourth its Lyl Logart sport std just received for the journal Washington City d c and its surroundings to 11 Wasni Saron City d c 1 january 10 j Iii this progressive age every american citizen that Ciu read and All ought to be Able to should be come familiar with the facts and circumstances concerning the political Metropolis of our nation the District of Columbia As originally located contained a Beautiful and romantic portion of Maryland and Virginia ten Miles Square lying on either sides of the Poto Mac and Anacostia or Eastern Branch Rivers in 1s4g february 3d by act of Congress All that portion of the District lying South of the tote Mac was ceded Back to Virginia with about As much judicial valid Ity As there was in the various acts of state secession in 1sgo and there is very Good reason to Hope and be Lieve that the original proportions of this District As planned and platted by the Groat father of his country will in due time be re stored the idea of locating the permanent seat of the general government on the Potomac was Origi Nally suggested by general George Washington after Long and mature deliberation and the act of con Gress which created the territory of the District of Colu Biawas passed on the 10th of july 1790 the Boi heroes sketch of Early Western i if i when Kentucky was an infant state and before Tho loot of civil nation had trodden her giant osts there lived upon the Branch of the Green River an old Hunter by the name of John Slater his hut was upon the Southern Bank of the Stream and save a Small Patch of some dozen acres that had been j cleared by his own axe he was shut up by dense forests Slater had two children at Home with sons Philip and former fourteen and the latter twelve years of ago the elder children had gone South his wife was with him but she had been for several years a almost helpless cripple from Tho effect of severe rheumatism it was Early in the Spring and the old Hunter had just returned from Columbia where he had been to carry the produce of the Winters labor which consisted mostly of furs lie Hud received quite a sum of Money and incl brought it Home with him the old Man had sever Al years been accumulating Money for civilization was gradually approaching him and he meant that Bis children should Start on fair terms with the world one evening just As the family were sitting Down to their frugal supper they Woro attracted by a sudden howling of the dogs and As sister went to the door to see what was the matter he saw three men approaching his hut to quickly quieted the dogs and the strangers approached the door there was a dark window a Small Square door and As it was directly Over the dogs House Philip resolved to go Down and save the dogs the undertaking was a dangerous one for the least noise would arouse the villains and the Conse Quence might be fatal but Philip Slater found himself Strong in heart and lie determined upon the trial his fathers life might be in his hands this thought was a lower of a Rengli in itself Philip opened the window with out moving from the bed and it swung upon its Leathern hinges without noise then he threw of the Sheet and tied the Corner of it to the Staple by which the window was hooked the Sheet was then lowered on the outside and care fully the Brave boy let himself out upon it he enjoined his brother not to move and then Slid noise Lessly Down the hounds had just found the meat and they Drew Back at their Young masters Beck and Philip gathered the flesh All up lie easily quieted the Faith Fol brutes and then he quickly tied the meetup in the there was a Light ladder stand ing near the Doghouse and set Ting this up against the building Philip made his Way Back to his Little loft and when once safely there he pulled Tho Sheet in after him the strangers had not been aroused and with a beating heart the boy thanked god he had per formed an act Sim pleas it May appear at which Many a Stout heart would have quailed the dogs growled As they went Back into their Kennel and if Tho strangers lives there and he will Tell Yon Philip Slater bother retired flour merchants they Are the boy heroes of whom i have been writing animal sagacity at the North according to the Esqui maus the Seal constructs its habitation be Neath the surface of the ice in such a manner that it Cai enter from he water below Here Tho Young Seal passes its infancy and when the returning heat of summer has destroyed its Igloo or dwelling the Young Seal is old enough to take care of itself but this Mode of lodging its Young beneath the ice is Well known to the Bear who with its keen scent soon detects the whereabouts of the seals Nursery and in order to gain an Entrance flip Bear retiring a Short distance makes a Spring and comes Down with All its weight on the roof of the Igloo crushing it ii and immediately Musse Maxs column the insane infamy to be ventilated from the governor for the exercise of theoflice of of the peace Ith Tea the records of Cass coun and also for lodgings for the night John Slater was not the Man to the Quantity of Laud set aside for i pc Rise a request kind and 1 j i to oot trl lift in n Ruhm i t a Covell tis Ikid Mcconnell a afield attorneys at Law office to 21 Forth Street opposite court House Lotf Logansport ind Charles b Lasselle attorney and counsellor at Law and a gent for the Cullet on of slaters petitions Lac nay Back pay 4e office oppose the court a logic losansportjune518c6 1j14 w p Lasselle of co k on ind vols attorney for the collection of any and All kinds of claims against the United states Bounty Money pensions of rations of enlisted men while prisoners of War prize Money loss of and All property lost in the military service stoppage of May removed applications for patents attended to 20 in Wisiana Avenue judiciary Square washes Viox City septlstlsc6 miscellaneous j w Henderson son manufacturers and wholesale and Al Tail dealers in All kinds of fifth bet Market canal its Smith Pierce and eeta1l Deaibes is foreign ones and liquors groceries provisions oysters new Brick building jvos9 3xoadway near canal 41 iogak8port in Diana 1 clo splendid of the very improved cos Tius is tiie tip act to get a Good clock a Small sum of Money no 58 Market St sign of tiie big watch Imp Luport oct 231sgo 31 National purposes was one Hundred Square Miles at the head of ship navigation on the Potomac River embracing within its limits the ancient port of Alexandria a to Gether with the flourishing ship Ping City of Georgetown with its Beautiful and far famed Heights All in Maryland the Corner Sonc of the District of Columbia was Laid at Jonts Point near Alexandria on the 15th of april 1701 by Daniel Carroll and David Stewart with All Tho masonic ceremonies usual at that time and the Cornerstone of the Capitol was Laid with similar honors by general Washington on Tho 18th of september 1703 Tho design of the City was executed Pniler tin Airco Tiomi or himself the limits of the City extend from Northwest to Southeast about four Miles and a half and from cast to Southwest about two and a half Miles the streets which vary in Width irom seventy to one Hundred and ten feet run from North to South and from East to West crossing at right angles there Are also Nineteen Noble Broad avenues bearing the names of that number of the Early states of our Union and the avenues Cross the squares and streets diagonally leaving numerous triangular Public spaces to beautify and adorn the City these with the numerous extensive Public reservations Many of which Aro improved with appropriate fences Trees shrubbery plants a Lowers gravel walks and flowing fountains add materially to the health Beauty and interest of this interesting City giving Al ways a free circulation of whole some air the climate Here is mod Erate and salubrious the Circum Ference of the City is about fourteen Miles the aggregate length of the streets Over two Hundred Miles and of the avenues sixty five Miles the avenues streets and open spaces contain about 3700 acres the Public reservations or squares about 500 acres the whole area of the squares of the City contain about 3000 acres embracing Hill Valley and Plain with sufficient magnitude to accommodate a Mil lion of inhabitants a ii is the preparation of these articles i consult Bohns hand Book of Washington a Book that should be in Tho hand of every visitor to this City they basked something to eat them they thought tie poor Al Lamais were growling Over the repast they had found at length the hounds ceased their noise and All was quiet an hour passed away and so did an other it must have been nearly Midnight when the men moved he asked the strangers in they sat their Rillus behind the Doniv in Slung their packs and room was made for them at the supper table they represented themselves travellers bound further West in Tonding to Cross the Mississippi in search of some of the settlements the new Comers were far from being agreeable or repossessing in their looks but Slater took no no Tice of the circumstance for he was not one doubt any Man the boys however did not like their appearance at All and Quick glances which they gave each other told their feelings the Hun ters wife was not at the table but she sat in her great easy chair by the fire Slater entered into conversation with the guests but they were not very free and after a while their talk dwindled to occasional questions re Iii Trio Iii two noticed that the men cast uneasy Ian cos about Tho room and to in Tchad them narrowly his fears lad become excited and he could not rest he knew that his father lad a Large sum of Money in the Louse and his first thought was that hese men were there for the Pur pose of robbery after the supper was Over the Hoys quickly cleared off the table ind then they went out of doors it had Becorn dark or rather the had fairly set in for there was a Bright Moon two thirds full shilling Down upon the Forest Daniel said Philip in a Low whisper at the sometime casting a ook Over his shoulder what do Yon think of these Ere Ivion i in afraid there bad ones re turned the younger boy so am i i believe they mean to steal fathers Money didst i notice How they looked round yes so did i if we should Tell father what we think about it he would Only laugh at us and Tell us that we were perfect scarecrows but we can watch them yes we will watch pm but do not let them Unow it the boys held some further consultation and then going to the Doghouse they set the Small door Back so that the hounds might Spring Forth if they were wanted if they had desired to speak with their father about their suspicions they had no Chance for the Strang ers sat close by him All the evening at length however the old Man signified his intention of retiring and arose to go out of doors to see to the state of affairs without the three followed him but they did not take their weapons the old lady was asleep in the chair now whispered Philip lets Lake two of fathers rides up to on May want them Vic Wooi Wool Wool Wool i will pay the highest Price in Cash for washed unwashed and Wool Wool growers will find to their advantage to Call on me before Selling Cash advances made on consignments we Rosenthal 58 and 58 fourth street1 Logansport Juno 9 1866 a Pittsburg Dandy Afler Persis to fitly following a Beautiful Young lady for some time much to Hei annoyance stepped up and askei1 permission to accompany her Home she granted it and also his request to enter when they had she then locked the door and called to her Mother that there was Are As Good As men with the Rifle Flom his mom Daniel sprang to obey and quickly As possible the boys slipped two Filles from their pockets behind the great Stone Chimney Aud then hastened Back and emptied tie 3 i again and the lad Philip saw the of a Candle hash tip through tie cracks of the floor on which stood his bed he would have moved to the crack where he could Peep Down jut at that moment he heard a Man upon the ladder he uttered a Quick whisper to his brother and they Lay perfectly still the Man Canic to the top o the ladder and icky his Light up so he could look upon the boys the fellow seemed to be perfectly Sattis find that hey were asleep for he soon re turned to the ground floor and Hon Philip crept to the crack he saw the men take knives and he Icard them whispering Well kill the old Man and woman first said one of i hem then Well Lunil Usu Moi buy ii Little brats up there pointing to lie so afield wakes up we can easily take care of them but we must kill them ail said another of the villains yes returned the speaker but the Young ones first they make a noise an Start the old Man up Philips heart beat with horror Down that Lackler out Tiki Quick lie whispered to his brother Down and Start up the dogs run for the front door and throw it int fastened o do let the dogs in the House be As Quick As you caul ill look out for father while Yon go Daniel quickly crawled out through the Little window and Philip seized a Rilo and crept to the head of the scaffold two of the milians were just approaching the door of his fathers room they had Settle Candle Down on the floor so that its Light would fall into the bedroom As the door was opened Philip Drew the Hammer of his Rifle Back and rested the Niue ale upon the Edge of the boards one of the men had his hand up on the hitch the boy hero uttered a single word of Heartfelt prayer and then he Juil cd the trigger the villain whose hand was upon the Latch uttered one Sharp Quick cry and then fell upon the floor the Bullet had passed through his brain for an instant the to remain ing villains were confounded but they quickly comprehended the nature and position of the enemy and they sprang for the ladder they did not reach it however for at that instant the outer door was Flung open and the four in into the House with a deep wild yell the Ani Mals leaped upon the villains and they had drawn them upon the just As tie old Hunter Curnc a abcs the Young Seal with its Paw hero it might to supposed the Hun Gry Bear at once devours his prey hut no it is far of wary to do thai it knows full Well that where a babe is there must be Amol Herand that she will to in search of her Darling therefore tie Bear scrapes away the Snow from the Seal Hole and holding the Young Seal by the Flipper allows it to flounder about and when the Mother approaches j is the Bear slyly pushes tie Young Gcorge Kris Smet jes the democratic court House Kin in the language of the honorable 51 d the not unwilling instrument of the court of inquest these facts Aro developed in this Case 1st Tho patient John t la Zisselman thro the Agency of his Soninlaw Pur chased Aud placed him in the pub Lishin control and management of the democratic pharos 3d that Dykeman selected and arranged with Jemmy Fitzgerald to sit in this ease fou Days before Howard and Mali Arnth wore called 3d that James Fitzgerald iad at the time of said trial no commission news of the week saturday january 15 the Kansas state Senate has Rati fied the lath amendment senator Thurman of Ohio is urged for the chairmanship of the democratic is National committee Grego and other conspirators against the life of the French emperor have been sentenced to transportation both houses of the Minnesota legislature have ratified the loth amendment the vote in the House was 23 to 15 and in the Senate 1g to 13 the London Post thinks that Tho proposed transcontinental Railroad alone will save British Columbia from annexation to the United states Edward Oakley late cashier merchants National Exchange Banc charged with embezzlement of from the Bank has Dis appeared two Little Milwaukee boys who Black boots in the Day and sell papers in the evening cleared enough rates of advertising one Square the space of ten lines of this Type Ono week and 50 cents for Eracli additional insertion for three weeks 3mos 6mo3il year 2 spurs 4 3 spurs 5 v 4 spurs 6 5 inches 7 Vicol s 00 12 00 is 00 00 00 St 00 00 6 00 8 00 11 00 15 00 s 00 10 00 15 00 20 00 10 00 12 00 is 00 25 00 00 14 00 i 21 00 30 00 i 16 00 24 0t 35 25 00 40 00 60 of 3 k 15 Ooi so ool Loo 00 local advertisements is per Square for to the party pub Lishing Thorn local notices 15 cents per lice to no Tice however Short inserted for less than is it is said that the Pullman Palace car company have purchased the Seal towards it until the old one is within reach when he is ezrs her Jemmy the Justice 5th that James at took and subscribed the required oath of office and executed entire interest of the Central trans t i to i i por tation company representing official Bondark Hart and the Silver up s j car the first i never signing and the latter sup with the other Paw and thus Cap posed to be insolvent for All Pur Tures both j pose except democratic official the Mode in Suhich the Bear Capi Bonds Olli Bond approved by Tures the Seal on thrice is very sim1 it ref Ilar to that followed by the Esquiv Horace miss clerk 7ththat James w had gone to parts unknown i Aux when at a distance from the Seal the Bear throws itself Down and stealthily crawls or hitches along toward the Seal and if the Seal looks up it pics perfectly still and makes at the sometime a noise and never visited the patient John hich lulls the sof1 the Bear Rej t mrs Velmair to ascertain whether or not he had infectious disease or i Fitch m d was never called upon by James or James w Fugera d Peats the operation until it approaches so near its victim that escape is impossible and it Falls a prey to Bruins appetite another Mode of getting food by i i i i jul la Siul was Lousy Ilia Liat was a Mere capants of the hons bad inference drawn from the iactofjf01 tiie night some unknown the per chasm of the democratic the watch from a Clil the Organ of the court movements of the Wurns who Are fond of sunning themselves on the rocks and when on of these has taken up a position convenient for the bears purpose the latter Lifs a Large piece Rock and with Aston Ishing accuracy throws it Down on the aim nos head if the Walrus is stunned Only Tho Bour runs Down and with the Rock hammers the Vic Tim on the head until u is dead in attempting to capture it Seal Iii the water the Bear sinks his body Bolow Tho surface of Tho sea leaving above water Only the head which Roboin Belofi it piece of float info Joe when the Seal raises its head above the surface Bruin quietly sinks and swimming under the Seal sizes it fact that m d a honorable did some fourteen years previous pronounce patient consumptive and prescribed cod liver Oil Ami Lisbon wine exercise travel and change of scene with the following letter shown patient written to the superintendent of the Indiana hos Pital for the insane ind feb 11 i860 doct o is Ucran sup insane Asylum Kaii Sik John t Jusselin Iiri Esq one of our old and most respected citizens is about to become an inmate of the institution nuclei1 your charge he was always eccentric and of High nervous excitable temperament and disposed to permit his mind to run to excess upon any subject to which it was directed these sub j jets wore first his health next his a lesson of perseverance at a recent sunday school con Cert Ivan Eastern City an anecdote was related to the children which is too Good to be lost it Illus rates the Benefit of perseverance in As Strong l must gurus Over Usu it Bruce one of Tho corporations of the City being in want of a boy in their Mill a piece of paper was tacked on one of the posts in a prominent place so that the boys could see it As they passed the paper read boy j at tie office tomorrow morning r v at the time indicated to Host Oft it catholicism freemasonry politics Etc mixed with his personal mat tors lie rarely however loses a natural shrewdness and Cunnin Nyrl lastly personal Dilli celtics with some of our citizens in each his mind has been Dis Turbed and last so much so that he has become partially insane at times when Calm to will Converse and act perfectly rational and con with Bis former self at he is greatly excited Inco ii consistent the sub boots of Liis mental aberrations Are boys were in waiting at the Gate i All were admitted but the Over seer was a Little perplexed As to the planing bending c t 1tkssingkr go Jig i Kvak Messinger Devan proprietors of the priming from the strangers Rillos and when their father and the strangers returned they had resumed their seats the Hunters Cabin was divided into two apartments on the ground floor one of them in the end of the building being the old mans a Man there who had insulted her sleeping room and the other the planing and bending f m Hary Yod merchant tailor so Jot Broadway above the canal Logansport Indiana where will at All times be four id a Good assortment of cloths Casa Imbres testings which he is pre pared to make up in the most approved styles at Slioch notice and on reasonable terms january 7th 18b5 45tf o a also manufacturers of und dealers in All kinds of building lumber holdings brackets the Valley depot Hugh Crawford and dcale3 is boots and shoes no 66 Broadway Logansport ind by her Mother did not hear but the intruder did Aud hastily proceeded to vacate the premises but the Damsel armed herself wit Abroom and hit him several blows on the head with the handle before Hoar Rived at the backdoor and made his exit into the Garden Llero to awakened the slumbering House dog and did not scale the Fence without leaving his hat and coat Tail behind lie probably wont do so any More the Peoria transcript gives this cheerful advice to to the people of that ungodly place folks around this City want to Nail things sure to keep them from being stolen sail your Wash tubs to the Side of the House or the cellar floor soil your mops to the Gate Post ind tie your door Mats to the Knob of the front door be sure and take your clothesline in and if possible take your hous inside of itself or you in the risk at have below ing it spirited away everybody is getting visited in this round of stealing and the sooner you lose something the better As the thieves seem determined to visit every House in the City some the sooner it is Over the better room in which the company at present sat overhead there was a sort of scaffolding reaching Only half Way Over the Largo room below it and in the opposite end of the build ing from the Little sleeping apart help us help is cljc1 Pii Piip As he hurried Down the ladder Ive shot Oue of them they arc Myu dermal robbers hold pm hold so tie boy Coli minued clapping his hands to the dogs old Slater compre hended the nature of the scene in a moment and sprang to the spot Iverc the hounds had the two men Best Way of choosing one from so Many and said he coys i Only want one and Here fire a great Many How shall i choose after this a moment to invited them All into the Yard and driving a Nail into one of the Largo Trees and making a Short stick told Thein that the boy who could hit Tho Nail with a stick standing a Little Dis Tance from the tree should have the place the boys All tried hard and after three trials each signally failed to list the Nail the boys were told to come again next morn ing an this time when the Gate was opened there was but one boy who after being admitted picked up the Slick and throwing it at the Nail struck it Ever time How is the overseer have you been doing and the boy looking up with tears in his eyes said you Sec sir i have a poor old Mother and i am a poor boy i have no father sir and i thought11 should like to get the place an to help her All j can and after going Homo yesterday i drove a Nail into the barn and have been trying to hit it Ever since and i have Coile Down this morning to try again the boy was admitted to the place Many years have passed since then and now that boy is a prosperous and wealthy Man and at the time of the Accident at the Pemberton Mill to was the first and extra care and kind offices you May bestow upon him will be held in grateful remembrance by Hia family and by myself respectfully yours g n pitch Lii this connection the writer begs leave in grateful remembrance of or Fitch Aud his cod liver Oil dyspepsia consumption mixed up More or less in personal matters property politics with an excitable temperament enough nalu ral shrewdness and cunning upon subjects of catholicism freemasonry with the kind offices and treatment received during a six months incarceration in the Indiana Hospital for insane were incapable with much difficulty the animals were called Oil and the two men were lifted to a scat there was no need of binding them for they needed some Lii Ore restorative agent As uie dogs had made Quick work in disabling them after they had been looked to input of the Hunter a rough lad uie Oil mall cart his eyes about Tho carpenters Ami builders Ivill Dowell to Call Lenore purchasing elsewhere As our Ulii incs for dressing lumber Are not sur i irl the state Lone promptly in the Best manner lowest 1rfces li10 p a i am Bloomington in Nursery 19th Carv 10 greenhouses largest Best Stock Ana shipping rare cities app1e a dutchess transcendent Ali slope 2 3 yrs Alile Koo grafts Choice including above Koot gaits year Plum Cherry seeds Apple Icar Wildgoose jhn6r Lombard 1lnms everg11eens Toses 1000 dahlias Gladiolus tuberose gkeen1iouse bed Ding pm Titi 3m 10 Send Loc for catalogues f k prices Rex tire common Council of grand rapids having prohibited the boys from coasting on Tho sidewalks the juveniles sent petition to the City dads after the following effect the undersigned boys of today but voters of a few years hence respectfully request your honorable body to enforce the ordinance re Quiring on fathers to keep the sidewalks free from Snow if we May not slide upon the sidewalks we would like them kept so that can walk upon them tier led up to the scat old and on it close up to the Gable end was the boys bed there was no partition at the Edge of this scaffolding but it was All open in the room below spare bedding was spread upon the floor of the Kitchen for the Throe travellers and after every thing had been arranged for their Comfort the boys went up to their bed and the old Man retired to his Little room the two boys thought not of sleep or if they did it was Only to avoid it half an hour passed away and they could hear their father snore then they heard v movement from i those below Philip crawled is i in try to where he could Peep Down through a crack and saw one of the men open his pack from which he took several pieces of raw meat by the rays of the Moon and mov ing towards the window lie shoved lire Sash Back and threw the pieces of flesh to the dogs then he went Back to his bed Aud Laid Down at first the boys thought that this might be thrown to the dogs room they rested a moment up on the body of him who had been shot n boys happened it seemed some time before the old Hunter could crowd tie whole seeming Trouth through his mind but As he gradually com and then turned upon the Philip told him Alf that had ing today Between 12 and is de Grees above Zero lion George b Scoter a prominent politician and who took an Active part in the late War on the Union Side and who has filled various offices of Public Trust died at his residence in Cleveland sunday the House banking committee continued the Gold investigation on monday but examined Only one witness Fisk and Gould refuse to come to be examined and the sear cantata rms will have to be Cut for them the governor of Nebraska will Call the legislature together Mouth to consider the 15th Amend ment and As there Are Only four democrats in Tho House and one in the Senate the result can be easily foretold a Bill was introduced in the Ohio House of representatives on Mon Day by or of the Reform delegation from Cincinnati prohibiting the Reading of the Bible and singing hymns or Asaluis in the Public schools bids for the Purchase of the Stock of the Missouri Pacific Railroad City of St Louis were opened monday and the Stock Nas awarded to capt Joseph Bro a and Toushay of St Louis for 3250000 equal to g034 cents the highest Price yet paid for Pacific the grand jury in St Louis has ignored the Bills against Geo j Burnett architect and associate contractors of the building Corner of fifth and Olive streets which fell a few weeks ago and killed and wounded several persons and against whom the coroners jury brought a charge of manslaughter an attempt is being made to overthrow the Bureau of Educa Tion the charge is made that commissioner Barnard is an ineffective officer some congressmen will try to save the Bureau and have Barnard removed others want to create a new Bureau including education Freedman Aud statistics at Eckhart ind at 10 Oclock on piously and George Gardner fatal m0rums Edward Russell by while in their rooms entered the office of the Railroad jets in Usu evening Clearca Chou Xvi or Mike Ami Iii to show that a commission issued tiicpastscrs011 to Purchase a Stock owned by the to James w Fitzgerald son of Homestead for their parents Louis were Tenned a Iii Between Chicago and few York via the Pittsburg fort Wayne Road and connecting roads tiie Minneapolis Tribune is responsible for the statement that in Wright county there lives a girl who at the age of 11 years and 8 months gave birth to a Fine healthy Sik that or Graham n i child and at last accounts both were doing Well the husband of this smart Young female is 19 years of age a Row Iii dance House at Ells Worth Kansas last a wednesday night resulted in the killing of Samuel Mcmeeken after the of ties entered and shot Fanny col Lihs mortally Ettie Baldwin so charge of or orpheus Everts she of fort Geary monday january 17 heavy ales have prevailed on the British coast and serious Dis asters Are reported the London Tablet says the majority in the ecumenical Council favouring infallibility is 783 there Are 18622 children attend ing school in the District of co Lumbia of whom 4095 Are coloured the first number of the new Era the new Organ appeared in Washington on saturday the 15th amendment was Rati fied by the Mississippi legislature on saturday with but one dissent ing vote there Are reports of frauds on the Revenue in the Northern Ohio District through collusion Between the distillers and storekeepers on returning to France learn the High court of Justice for dam Ages to the family of Victor Joir Vincent col Iyer has published a card denying the charges of the pall mall Gazette which denied the authenticity of the petition for annexation from British Columbia letters and telegrams received in Washington show that the treat ment of Georgia has frightened the Tennessee rebels and they Are fearful their state May be served in a like manner the congressional Temperance society at a meeting last night re commended that the Temperance workers hold meetings in every town township or Ward on the 22d of february to promote the cause of total abstinence late paraguayan advices con firm the flight of Lopez and the close of the War Lopez did not go to Bolivia but when last heard from was wandering with a few followers about the mountains on the Frontier of that country there is at Pembina Over the report that the Sioux incited by governor my do galls emissaries Are on the War path against the Halfbreed insurgents and americans they arc Ren oried to be within three Miles Prcic Ndell it a soft grateful Only to distract their attention but when the idea of Poison flashed through Philips mind he1 whispered his thoughts to his younger brother the first impulse of Little Daniel As he hear that his poor dogs were to be poisoned was to cry out but a the hand of his brother kept him silent at the end of the boys bed proud Light broke Over his features and he held his arms to his sons Noble Noble boys he uttered As he clasped them his bosom god bless you for this o dreamed not that you had such hearts for along time the old Man in Zoilon his boys in silence while tears of lore and gratitude rolled Down his checks and his whole face was lighted up with Tho Moat joyous holy Pirtle Long before Daylight Philip mounted the horse and started for Tho nearest settlement and Early in the Forenoon the officers of a jus Tice had the two wounded men in heir charge while the body of the third was removed Ali they were recognized by the officers is criminals of notoriety but this was their last adventure for the Justice they had so Long outraged fell upon them and Stop Ped them in their career should any of our readers Chance Down the Ohio River i beg they would take notice of a Large White mansion that stands upon the South Ern Bank wit i a wide Forest Park i front of it and situated some eight Miles West of Owens pro ask your Steamboat Captain who the Mutual Loyal Friend of the honorable m is to Call to the attention of the 2ooo petitioners to superintendent Everts for a hearing by Cornius free from infections or vermin for the doctors Abe rated patient a statutory provision however in Tho absence of which see 1st Gavin Hord Page 382 latter clause Section 17 provided Alo that if the medical witness shall not state in his certificate that the patient is free from any infectious disease or vermin it shall not be the duty of the clerk Horace m Bliss to apply to the superintendent for admission As provided in Section 14 a Turt bar fact is herein developed which is that Nathan o Ross the constituency Manof the 8th congressional District in a second addition of grate Ful remembrance unmindful of the teachings of old Delworth be ing himself free from natural shrewdness and cunning slightly May be spoil dby Success or a serrated upon the subject of Law overconfidence in his reputation politics or orthography mixed up for these and Many other reasons matters or none it averaging expenses it is very Seldom that any business can be counted upon As sure to yield a Largo and constant income there Aro Many chances and casualties in Trade and bust Ness which can to foreseen he is a fortunate Man indeed whatever his calling who does not find him self sooner or later going out of fashion the newcomer or More dashing ingenious or wily competitor will sometimes distance an old Public favorite or a successful Secretary Boutwell has drawn up a in accordance with the views expressed in Liis annual report the Bill fixes the rate of new Loans at 1 per cent and will probably reach Congress this week Shenck Lias prepared a Bill with a Low rate of interest those known As financiers to not think we can fund at so Low a Rale of interest As a great fire occurred in Chey Enne on the Lith inst involving a loss of at least half a million Dol Lars it broke out about noon in a building on sixteenth Street and before its ravages were stopped the Ford House the stores of Miller Andrews c h Edwards Post Kagel Louis Ernst in and tj1cases Blacksmith shop and shot Wil Liam a Williams Foreman killing him almost instantly Llu Ssell proceeded immediately to a Justice of the peace and delivered himself up illicit Intercourse Between Williams and Bussell wife is the cause of the tragedy a Public discussion in the Tariff question tools place at St Louis monday night the meeting was Large embracing All classes including Many of the most intelligent and prominent gentlemen of the City Twenty minutes speeches were made by Hon John Horan colonel Coleman e w Fox Hon Dan Morrison s e Shryock pres ident of the Board of Trade Hon Chauncy s Tilley Geo b Steb Bens of Detroit and col Grosven or editor of the Democrat the speeches were equally divided be tween the and anti v Era Uzup was manifested by the audience and the speakers were received with loud applause by the respective advocates of the different sides of the question much information elicited and Many Strong Points made on each Side wednesday january 19 Prussia Lias concluded a treaty with China lot Morrill was yesterday re elected u s senator from Maine fifteen Chicago Danville Aad Vincennes Railroad Bonds were stolen in new York yesterday the Spanish Bishops at Rome have protested against the authorization of civil marriages in Spain the Senate has confirmed the nomination of h h Emmons Lor circuit judge of the sixth judicial District Ohio senators Ross and Pomeroy of Kansas have combined to defeat Sidney Clarkes reelection to con Gress from that state yesterday morning the thermometer at St Paul Minnesota stood at 25 Deg below Zero and at Osh Kos i Wisconsin at leg below commissioner Wells is growing stronger in Congress a Large number of Western members say they will sustain his views on Sev eral important Points the Telegraph strike has formally ended the head of the Telegraph league has advised the disband meet of the leagues and the return to work of All the strikers the american Bishops at the ecumenical Council do not want the doctrine of papal infallibility declared As they think it will pre vent Prosel Yting in America governor Geary was Reinann Ted at Harrisburg yesterday in consequence of a Black regiment being allowed in the line the fire Rich the Leader office the Cheyz City i should be the Clort of every Man to become Independent of his bus iness mean that he should place apart however Small of his earnings in some description of in vestment which shall be secured from the chances which affects his regular calling to do this to should tax not Liis business Means but his vanity and to Content to creep Jas Tho phrase goes before he a Temps to walk and to walk before he essays Torun there is Many a mail who looks Back on the careless expenditure of past years with regret but who might now be assisted by the interest of his acquisition if he had but fun ded instead of spending Hia Moi by for workingmen while in the prime of their strength an manhood and in the receipt of Liberal wages might secure Finly against the Distant Day of old age but also against much of Theiu Cou Sci Flunce of Dull limes of sick Ness or of forced Piuac any other cause a whoever will make a Rule and abide by it a ways to live within his incomes on Road to competence if not to wealth with personal matters or property wrote the superintendent or Everts As follows Stolti of clerks office sunk my court j Isnia a Rolis Fob 12 1sooj or 0 Al Cyrta dear so John t Musselman of Logansport has upon the proper application been declared insane and an order made to Send him to the Assy Tim for reasons that i will explain to you when i Sec you it was thought Best that he should be brought Down without the delay necessary to Send Down no Tice and receive an order from the superintendent to bring him Clown or Musselman is a Man in Good circumstances and his family desire that he should be made comfortable Aud All necessary expenditure to that end will be paid with Unis you will find Arioto from or Fitch you will do All in your Power to restore him speedily i had intended to visit the Asylum today and you on the subject but find i have not the time yours n o Jross to be continued John t Musselman Euniie House Western hotel Ger mania hotel Western Union Tele graph of Iee Wells Argos express office and Many other build Ings of less note a meeting of the citizens was to be held january 12 to devise Means of Relief for the needy a dispatch reports that the town is to be rebuilt the House committee on Bank ing in their investigation of the Gold conspiracy in new York which commenced on saturday have it is said discovered some curious and grave facts one ban k with a capital and deposits of so 000000 certified checks to the amount of it seems that tie evening before the grand companies left the procession the Board of health report Ico of smallpox in York the whole number of cases finale a meeting of the conspirators was held and Fisk wanted to put an advertisement in the papers that the ring had All the Gold there was outside the Treasury and could take All the government might offer and offer to Settle with contractors at 100 this was not acted of except that Gold was Ful to 100 the rapid succession of diverse injunctions issued by judges Cardozo and Barnard makes it look As if they were in the ring whether Butterfield was in the mess the committee do not say letters were received from prominent bus iness men in new York saying if the injunction business is not broken up a vigilance committee will be necessary tuesday january is Hon Samuel Oldham Peyton a member of Congress died at Hartford by monday aged 70 years since the storm last night the weather in St Louis is Clear and very cold the Mercury is rang since october 1st is 800 several deaths occurred d from this disease in november the discussion of the Resolution ratifying the 15th amendment commenced in the Ohio House yesterday the discussion is to Eon Tiu Eustil 3x p h on thursday a vote willbe taken the Rhode Island House yester Day adopted resolutions ratifying the 15th amendment by a vote of 57 to the Senate ratified it last summer this makes Twentyfive states that have ratified the Amend ment Stokes will today reply at length to the charges made against him by Brownlow in his speech in the Senate it is said the reply is a temperate review of political affairs in Tennessee last summer and the part taken by Brownlow and himself or Dawes speech in the House yesterday on the estimates for appropriations created considerable excitement it was a bold Demon stration of the departments for their extravagant estimates he made the speech after visiting the president and the departments and to gig that the estimates he Cut Down the House banking committee in their investigation of the Gold conspiracy Are discover aug the whole machinery of the prominent merchants of new York want the investigation to be Thor Ough in the Hope that it will break tic Power of the rascals in new York they say the courts Are wholly corrupt and league with professional thieves and an honest Man has no longer any Protection if something is not done they As

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