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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 26, 1876, South Haven, MichiganA Okrent Abas rapes. The Lili note state Republican own Tea will be held my Springfield pm the of May. Jut official Nhare Fane been tend in Russia forbidding women to sex Erenee the ibo Tomt of barrister. Tus Vance Radford Bill which repeals Many of the distinctive features of the Potter Lew has paid both houses of the Wisconsin legit stare. Hon. D. P. Brewster a former representative in Congress from the Oswego and Oneida n. A District died at Oswego a few a it a ago. special Morts that great Floum Fiad occurred in upper Moravia Over 1� tenses Haring been washed away and destroyed. Tint democratic National committee have selected St. Louis As the place and a a a 2 a London Telegram of a recent Date says information had a it Een received of to it a a capture of three of the murderers of or. Birch the English resident at Perok. The Centennial appropriation Bill has been signed by the president. The signs Tare was written with pen made from a quip plucked from 4>e Wing of an american Eagle. Antonio Catalano Dominico Ramina and Ftp Lombardo three italians Hung in 8t Louil for the murder of Palermo a countryman in March lest _ Mam bail Otto Cushman the Distin git Ferhad american actress died at the Par epitome of in week. Ic0n0ch8cd Telematric How j announced in London on the it a 1gen. Schenck. The United states it was 17th, that minister had tendered his ies ignition and that it bad been accepted. He intended to remain in London for the pres ent to answer any charge that might be my in regard to the affairs of Taekema mine. Fisc or Cut Aad Council Bluffs Iowa dim Tea of the 17th state that the Rush for foe Buck Hills continued miners a string at those Wjk Sti daily i ask for that Region. I a dispatch of the 17th, the associated press agent at Omaha Days he had most competent and reliable official authority for the statement that the Sioux Cheyenne and Kara Tahoe indians had been and were yet nuking the most extensive preparations possible for an outbreak in a very few weeks. They had been prosecuting the guilty ones so that no guilty Many mid escape. The nominations Are for governor Godlove 8. Orth lieutenant governor col. Robert s. Robertson Secretary of stats Isaiah p. Watts base auditor we. Hess state treasurer Geo. T. Her Nott attorney general John w. Gordon reporter of supreme court l. D. Muler clerk Cha. Schou superintendent of Public instruction o. H. Smith judges of the supreme court a. P. Edson a c. Vooris . Newcomb and John f. Kibbey. Delegates wet chosen to the National convention and instructed to work for the nomination of senator Morton. Forty fourth to Noress. In wednesday feb. 16.�?a motion the Senate to tee up the plan Cyback com a so opposed by or. Morton on tto Gromad that several senator were a went and be Bald be defined to Bare a fail Seale own the Rote Wae taken toe notion Airth amp i in in a of Moulton cases. De Elnern fort too Rei gym Zzz Surju amp pm pay teak �,1 anti our a Lih state mint that a Aid to it a i��71� w itts Atoo Tuua i mra. Moulton a v a churches plan for a Churchea is was ush from the raw Fittra fog Gfa referred the second a Gastio to. Miss ire that relating to the drop a ambors from the rofl. Ifo Tom to a letter waa sent by or. E. D. Mount of to or. Be Coo a Moderator of Tecona rom leg that foe writer Art prepared to prove a i Ruu of or. Bencher by or Ideara both Oral a and documentary and aay tog that Jeeuth but who waa allowed to Ewe vaster of an i bub out Man. He a eloquent a Emilse. Pc. Thu Murga jut. Fudge Porter for foe Fofo Nan made Tobej Lasgna Salob the. He spate in of Tbs Sou Asel far the in Taam they had triad the Nae a never saw equated in a a be whom to the or Eldert him be Porter to Strong la Agnace con a Tsouma of the Presa toward Geo. Mma Bald in had had the misfortune w us lad great of. His Esse by toe news btes Abs assist la Seq we Titi was not Virt were bound to if bowed an Opportunity of producing such proof the. Fore the Anncil i fail to make Teo duels Auranen then i in Vulte to in discredited and denounced by Mankind a a wretch void of truth Aad Honor a a Momb Ubhi a a sad boy Johnny Cater. Tub tone of Coffta has name acacia. A Chrt taiga Token Baa is a Pkt. Pm Wayt feta to Arlera aft iter Sana Kkt the Way Faas Aad Tea Daila Lankaa Aee Taa pet Banee a Folty to their Wise Ign Aumea. They Raaholt ten their oat look see j the Ner feet Sra a m hath fee me fur tax re Tea Flower whose mates Throe Fth the few to baath of a Tarna blew Tama from we thong it Toca of Bloom to the warm Tropic at my room. As Lair a Whan Watte to Bioko tha Baa of it took. So. From the trodden ways of Earth i sweat Oal who a a Belr Worth. Map to Iovini Ayala Alona Hwy earn Bah the Floara of inward Vaca. That bide their Baraty from the world Catalde. Bat deeper meanings coma to am a a go my balt la Aorta Flower from thee 1 imn in Gaa front apr tall vow a go mag it in. Pete an he iwo a to Baboid. A she dressed simply even within her Means but had a artistic taste that made the Plain garments Ever suitable and he while her few ribbons suited her Roun meaty better than jewels. _ when she found mrs. Hepburn weary a with a Long ride or hours of railway Jolt in she could soothe her to the sweetest by Ropog. A a a it get a the Silver hair or caressed the withered a hands. A with All her Tram of cringing relatives it was something new to the old lady to receive Loving service. She had a a do to further engagement with Edna had hem i lout no Goklen promises but by gentle kindness she had won foe Girr warm heart to an affection it was because of no thought of salary or future favors that Edna Seabright Gavel a daughters tenderest care to the old lady who was giving her foe novel of a summer pleasure trip. She or isl sorry to think of foe parting soon to Cornel but Ste meant to prove her gratitude by Nurer Stoving device while she was Stifil �1 companion. His Law office in sd1 right to lore and pro tort your life a bless me a said aunt Emaria a took a to. a a if 1 c id not think straight it foe Wall a a a if 1 i Mart of old a a a i so can a a it a. Awta ��j2�� he a were after Iriwa a it. Ting Yon will not mtg my fire in you . If a has 1 of what. Edna a asked Rioh. In set a list of a Given me a appetite so i jul Al of amp of a Dree for dinner Aad most Arbib to ten 1 minutes i shall Call Edna. But you May Dine with what a her House the boy a on a few Days age aged fifty nine years and seven months. She had been afflicted with eral years. A cancer for Sev a fax is earner Franconia a into to it Steamer Strath Clyde off Dover England a few Days ago. The boiler of the latter vessel exploded and she Sank immediately. Fifty two of her passengers and Crew were drowned. Georoe c. Smith formerly president of the defunct Chicago state insurance company was arrested in new Jersey recently at the instance of the Assignee on the charge of swindling and held to Hail in the sum of 100,000. The anniversary of Washington a birth Day was celebrated in Washington by the closing of All Tho government offices the usual meeting of the oldest inhabitants association and be Parade of the fire department which passed in review before foe president at the executive mansion. The Day was also duly observed in new York Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago and other Eastern and Western cities. The recent Independent Greenback state convention of Indiana nominated the following ticket for governor Franklin Landers present member of Congress from the Indianapolis District lieutenant governor Anson Wolcott of White county Secretary of state Leroy temp Teflon of Benton state auditor Morris n. Bundy of Henry state treasurer John % a. Newson of Bartholomew attorney general w. A. Tipton of Fountain superintendent of Public instruction Rev. R. S. Blount of Green reporter of supreme court Charles a. Knight of Day judges of supreme court William f. Barnett of Vanderburgh John b. Hainea of Delaware h. Newcomb of Marion judge Lindsay of Howard. The resolutions adopted demand the immediate tart unconditional repeal of foe specie resumption act and Are also in other respect on the financial question similar in Kowta amp be. To those adopted by the Illinois slate convention at Decatur. A Hli Sute ticket was nominated by the Illinois Independent state convention recently held at Decatur and is As follows governor Louis Stewart of Kendall county lieutenant governor j. H. Pic Kereti of Macon Secretary of state or. M. M. Hooton of Marion state auditor John Hise of Chicago state treasurer Henry t. Aspera of Champaign attorney general. W. 8. Coy of Mclean. Delegates to foe National convention were aim chosen. The platform adopted do to and foe repeal of foe specie resumption and National Bank acts and the substitution of Legal tender paper Money for the National Bank circulation the perfecting of a monetary system based upon. The Fifo and resources Iff the nation and a i Pawl to the demands Iff legitimate business which Money shall be a Legal tender la payment of ail debts Public and private Dalles on imports included except fort portion of foe interest and principal of foe debt fort is by foe a Peem terms of foe Law creat Fig it Mode payable in metallic Money this a mock to be interchangeable at the option of the holders with registered government Bonds bearing a rate of interest not exceeding 1.65 per cent per annul. The Market. Non wait it to. New Tom. Lira Stool beef of Fotio i Mdse a. List. Of Flat. A att t Chiemae. A Mumi my Ella skirt sort of Man Asama a tote. Tone. Oaran my nil Wistem. A a. A Fla maj tort to 1m him floor Tea ##�006 a repo tees 6m� m going a far Sorth As foe Indian territory for that purpose. It had been known for Tome time that foe Best fighting men had United tire agencies and were rowing in foe big Horn powder River and Tongue River Courtrite concentrating and arranging forces for this War. A Madrid Telegram of foe 18th says King Alphonse had left Tor Vergara to assume personal command of foe army. A Berlin Legal journal of the 18th announces that the Bute tribunal had indicted count von Arnim for treason and proposed to seize and Seq Estrate his estate. The announcement of this charge created intense excitement in the City. A Vienna dispatch of the 18th says the Danube Lead overflowed its Banks and inundated foe outlying suburbs of that City. A Washington dispatch of foe 18th states fort minister Schencks resignation had been placed in the hands of the president but that the latter might not accept it until foe committee on foreign affairs have examined into foe subject of his Emma mine transactions or until Tome desirable person to whom it would be offered Shell accept the appointment. It was announced in foe Spanish Cortes on the 10th, that Estella the Carlist stronghold had surrendered unconditionally and that the Carlista routed at Pena Plata and Vera were fleeing to France. A St. Jean de Lux Telegram of the same Date says Don Carlos had dismissed his ministers and confined the direction of his affairs to the military authorities. A London dispatch of the 19th says Winslow foe Boston forger bed written to the United states legation offering to return with an officer to foe i United states if the legation would withdraw extradition proceedings. The preposition was declined. The american Consul at Rotterdam had recovered from mrs. M inflow about $5,000. A Regent Berlin dispatch Days foe Bishop of Munster had been summoned to appear before foe ecclesiastical court to answer to charge which if proven would involve deposition from his see. A Berlin Telegram of the 21st says Servia despite the advice of the great Powers continued belligerent and threatened to declare War against Turkey when the proper time arrived. A Madrid dispatch of the 21st says the National army still continued its triumphant Progress. All foe Carlist strongholds in Navarre had been taken Possession of. The Spanish upper House had passed a vote of thanks to foe army. A free at Athens n. Y., on foe 19th, destroyed eight ice House buildings and about 40,000 tons of ice. Loss estimated at $325,000 insured in new Yorac City. On foe 21st, foe Large tin Ware factory of the Lallace amp Grolean manufacturing company at Woodhaven l. I., waa burned. Loss on buildings machinery etc., estimated at $500,000, partially insured. Between 400 and 500 of Hasa Are thrown out of employment. The Holland Woolen Mill at Limerick me., waa also Des toyed by fire on foe 20th loss nearly $100,000 insurance $25,000. A dispatch from Cheyenne dated the 21st, says Large parties were arriving at thai Point from the East and West and departing for the Black Hills daiy. A Yankton Dakota Telegram of foe same Date says that town was full of men and others were constantly arriving who were fitting out there expecting to get to the hols before foe breaking up of foe streams Madrid Telegram of the 22d announces the entry of Alphonso Aad his army into Tolosa. It was considered fort foe Carlist War was virtually at a Ead. Nearly All the so Maent Carlist leaders had entered France. The Republican Gurte convention of Wisconsin met at Madison on the 22d. Delegates to the emotional convention were selected undo a state electoral ticket we nominated. The plat he. Contains a Resolution declaring that foe currency of the nation should As soon As oops Istat with business interests Sod safety be made equal to Gold Aad util fort time should continue is a Legal tender. A Resolution was Ateo adopted declaring it inexpedient to instruct Tea delegates to the National convention As to a Soaad Holsto for the presi Deacy Bat expressing a belief fort the Republican of foe state Ware emphatically in Fth vorhof foe Hon. Jamesg. Blaine a Greenback convention was bold at new Haven conn., on foe 22d, at which several speeches were made and fearing the immediate import of foe resumption set sad foe adopt of the Greenback As foe currency it of Matey to is with bouts o Tew rate of interest. Del a a the Vatican of Steatite Mana Lefo of hot Quot the Indiana rep Nhucau state con a Naff held at Indianapolis on foe i among foe resolutions adopted was m demanding e repeal of to much of the resumption act m or orc Maday for a a option Klag Cong Ruas to Tot the my i aah Oft a to it employee of Onemo Atic the Book of . Btl were peered a atm disc the time for Al Tang Delate for additional Boon tie until july a Fly a to read the act of March a lt>7i, Tor the Ada Ladoo of Colorado As a providing that All Una fled voters under the Law of the territory Ahall be entitled to vote of the Nev ton of the Ratts Catoo or detect Lon of a provi Eloa appropriating $00.000 to pay the expense of a Crovea Lon. The Bill to Reorg asian the judiciary waa taken a Aad ave eral amendment a were offered. The Bedat feb. 17.�?the Benet committee on Edo atom Aad labor Awde a Anau moot report a favor of the Senate Bill Toro la Bill h a educational fad Aad apply a portion of the proceed of the Public Laade to Public education and to provide for a a Here Complete endowment and rapport of the National Cooee be for the advancement of Adena Fly and to Ednamal education. Bill were introduced to reduce the a Terete on the Public debt to provide for a Yafo and Elan the cur Reader. For the speedy appreciation of the value of tre Reury note and National Bank notre to that of Coin and to guard again it Kaald and inflation of Bank credits. The report of the Coo Ferenee committee of the diag Coolac vote of Ibe two to Are on the joint Reaola Tonto pay in Terete on the s a Date tract of Columbia Bond waa considered and recommitted. Adjourned to the Flat. Speaker Kerr Bel or absent from Ibe Home on leave of absence or. Cox waa oboe of speaker p pm. The Bill for the of the judiciary waa con Eldered. Friday feb. 18.�?seqkte not m ses a Ion. A number of committee reporte of a private nature were made Aad acted of in the House. Reeo Tiona were offered objected to and mid Over calling on the provident for information a to whether any executive ots Cial Acta or Datie bad been performed once March 1,1810, at i distance from the seat of government the particulars thereof and whether any Public Nece Roiter so tested therefor calling it on the Boere Urr of War for information a to whether Lunce the Soth of March 118, any army officer bad accepted and held any appointment in the diplomatic or con near service and were atoll borne on the army hat. A read Utica wee adopted declaring the Sid of the a Bragton a birthday a National Holiday. The Bill to reorganize the judiciary waa further Cunt Derod cod Fet Eitl proposed amending bit we re Dif Iowa of. Adjourned the session on the Isth to be for general debate Only. Monday feb. 21�?the Senate agreed to the con cum at Resolution adopted by the a Louie declaring the of february of the present year a Legal Holiday. Several committee Oporta were made. Bills were passed for the Sale of Timber land in the state of California and Oregon and in the territories of the United Bute with an amendment providing that any person desiring to Avail himself of the provision of the acl in addition to other requirements mentioned in the Bill shall declare that he Baa not made any agreement with any person or Persona by which Ibe title which be might Cynira from the United states or any right in said land or umber thereon. Should inure in whole or a part to the Benell of any person except himself House Hill making no prud Sig Jusi of saw nose Bay c3d�?> pm bar 187�, to the Soth of Jane i8ts. The report of the conference committee on the joint Resolution to pay the interest on the as6 District of Columbia Bonds waa concurred a Aad a was made to reconsider. Adjourned to the Aid. Among the Bills introduced in the House wore the following Limi lag the Power of coat feta la making appropriation to Rodnee the us of Dia tilled spirits for the Transfer of the pension Bureau from the Interior to the War . The Bill to reorganise the jail rotary waa Unareed to 1 St. The poem route my waa reported from committee and Ped. Of loveral of inquiry were adopted. Adjo Wrai to the a so. Adf Flory canc Ftp pne Wilif. Resolutions introduced on foe Secondi Day of the mme of of foe of Urcil by the Rev. Or. Bell of Mansfield of bks declaring to Tobe the firm belief of Ucb Council foal the Rev. H. W. Beecher to innocent of the Alna and Crimen Laid to he charge red part adding foe Faith Aadi Devotion shown in Hia behalf bar the members of Plymouth Church were declared out of order by the Moderator and the decision waa Sua talked on Appeal or. Bell alone voting in foe negative. Or. Shear gum nude an exhaustive flt ate Mant of the Cree of Plymouth Church after which a lengthy examination of diff not members of the committee waa gone through with in relation to the questions contained a turrets a Raymond read be Toothy ment a Airet Theodore Tutor. And a Gengras disc Salon to eyed re to Queen Long relating to the investigating committee or. Beecher Joud Najj to the remark. The 19th, and saying that he Haft never been afraid to look or. Beecher in the face and intimate moral impurity to Bimini the contrary or. Beecher bad never dared to meet him in an interview on the subject. The session of the 93d Wae mainly devoted to the of the report of the com-1 Mitterer All of which were adopted with the exception Iff the one relating to Ike sixth i question which question is a four a a has Plymouth Church in foe principle Aad Rulea which it Baa provided for the Matote Chace of order and the administration of discipline or in any known Case of it administration under those principles and rules gone beyond its rights a a Church of Christ Aoa justly to forfeit me claim to foe con fid Rece and Fellowship of the congregational churches Quot the committee expresses itself satiated that there is no absolute necessity for reopening the Caudal Case but inasmuch a there Are so Many auspicious claims and ruinous allegations to recommend that the Council appoint a committee of three to advise Plymouth Church that it would be Well to select a committee of five from a Liet it of eminent Persona which they submit whore Dutt it shall be to Bear every scrap of evidence that can he col and up Fra flt. _. Fayman who Trie to kill Timo Only hurried up eternity. Poverty wants the necessities of life hut avarice want everything. When a widow with children marries rom become a a taker at the wedding if Ted Aud adjudicate a a discussion on this que j and badly upon the Case Tion a a Home Inot ended up to the it what heated the time of adjourn me it a stated that Plymouth Church sent in a request to the Council that a View m the fact that or. My Ultra thought be had not had a proper Opportunity to appear before the Council and state Hia care Hia argument to the Beecher demurrer be set Down for the 28th. Gea. A booed in court 17th, a Resolution waa adopted in Gevan Cott or. Moulton Acorn voting judge Van Cott m re to appear and state which Ltd to the failure o 9# Anaig i Al More Fostos y a a his views of a Cut a flow foe Mutual count Cut to response to this or. Vaa Cott attended at the and Maduff a lengthy address in which he claimed that the blame for the Faure of foe proposed Mutual Coati Ell reeled with ply Roofo Church. He Ealda Ibe believed on Hia hour a a gentleman a that mra. Moulton Dearud such Council to be held and be desired it also. I a a communication waa received from or Bowen Ito reeding waa objected to and it was referred to the to Elneese committee. The 1 communication stated foal he Bowen was i we invited to be preen of at the a Eaton of Trita vet Girth Joanl tesnld8 Lor Bel Tolhur Henry Ward Beecher Guy Quot on the 18th, Resolution a were adopted to voting or. Torre to Bwlington to Home before the Coazetta of Aid them with Rev fact a which might Foer Krew led i Rej Itou Shliff the Una tog ans Stoos end my Laio oed speech. Foot longed Eny Man pm a Earth or mra in fit even who had Lajb i thing foray to hta Beecher a Der Lemoi Rey it and he added i go beyond that Sara to the name of our common redeemer land Factor him who so Bart Therou and me i Challenge the truth from god Himmell Law the St Okre Milston my. Bowen woe i questioned Yafo Hia course to connection iss it put Tny umut Nam oath Mitt toe appointed a a stated that 1 a ninth Day Gen. W. T. Sherman Gen. James h. Simpson of the corps of engineers Gen. W. 8. Harney capt l. 8. Babbitt Omro Rudlag the 8t Louis Arsen algen. 8. B. It of com Mand of the St. Louia Poe the Hon. R. A. Boric ex-8ecretarv of the Navy and Gen. J. L. Fullerton a lawyer of St. Loui Testi. Tied As to the Good character of the defend ant. Sex gov. Fletcher identified several letters front Babcock to Joyce a to base placed a his Possession a few weeks before by mrs. Joyce. Letters were then introduced dated re a a actively March 8 and March 23, 1875, to Coovaa counsel said that so late a the Date of such letters there waa no suspicion of Gen. Mcdonald either by Deputy com. Rogers or the department. A a ,. Several letters written by col. Joyce to Gen. Babcock and answers to the aame were introduced All of which were of a social character and indicated that the writers of of Friendly Terrea contain no allusion whatever to ring maters or anything connected with Revenue affairs the dispatch of dec. 5, 1874, and signed o. R. Babcock saying a a cannot hear that any one has Gooe or is going a was rated out by the court but the one of dec. A 1874, to Geo. O. E. Bib cock from 8t Loul asking m has the Secretary or commissioner ordered anybody Here of was admitted. Jas. Magill a letter Carrier to 8k Louis testified that in foe latter port of february 1815, Cul Joyee Bod accosted him on the Street and requested witness to assist him in recovering two letters deposited in the letter Box on the Corner of Fine and fifth streets which he Joyce described As being addressed Ore to w. O. Avery Washington d. L Aad foe other to o. E. Babcock Washington. Ii. C., and marked pore onal. Witness did is requested sad when he asked Joyce for a receipt for foe tetters Ead told him if he wanted to Cremati Faem be wet sea go with him and Meh it Dore Eiyee that to was All right saying a a Ftp it would replied mar Tomb Only a i Bam mation witness it thing to Roturna letters this Circum be cause i. on the a Aid it waft a frequent on business routes n stance particularly because # wee off Hie Best bad opened boxes frequently on Busi Ness streets and returned letters but could not recollect the names of any other Persona for whom he had done so but finally said be Ltd returned a letter to Gen. G. W. Fish Beck. Witness was repeated to recollect the Rente of anybody e whom be had Token letters out of the boxes but he could not remember Ore he carried Blank receipt and had receipts with him when he gave the tetters to Joyce but Joyce refused to give him a receipt Sajnog that it was Only a Nulud. The deposition of president Grant waa read and admitted by the court in nearly its orig to defense announced their Case dosed. Tenth Ray. George Gavin the secretory of the 8k Louis Board of police commissions a was called for the purpose of showing foe record of Magill the letter Carrier who testified to returning two tetters to Joyce. Tb�w1 Ltd not answer and the to Toft attorney announced that the would ret rebuttal in lib a on judo Porter for i a paper Days a ten Mills make a cent but not any ten Mills in this Section. The Dainty Winsker bought a Nice $150 Fjeld Glasa just before he left Boston and got trusted for it. It Loftt Pennsylvania a round Hundred thousand dollars to suppress foe riots a foe Coal regions last year. When is a school Bov like a postage stamp when he get licked Ana put in # Corner to make him stick to his letters. A High toned Rhode islander Lias sold for red Silver a medal he received in recognition of his Effort in saving people from the wreck of foe Metis. An old lady who received a Telegram the other Day announcing the death of her son said she knew better she guessed foe grew her songs handwriting. The average Sioux Indian a already begun to count the Snow flakes that Light on Hia open Pawa in order to Teil Bow Many White Scalp Cocks will fell to his bands next summer. Surgeons Ray that Finger nails bitten off often find Lodgment fat the stomach where they remain for years adhering to foe tissues and ruining one s feelings. Done to bite your Finger Nail. The new York milk inspector save he would Lacto meter Man who says the Lacto meter is Good for nothing lie Han just to evicted ten milk dealers of adulteration upon the strength of it testimony. Or. Borg says foe Mew York pork packers must find a More humane Way p kill Freir hogs than that now employee. He visited several of the Slaughter House foe other Day and describes foe scene a perfectly hog rending. A huor water spout lately caught the Brig drover a right astern and turned the Brig round and round repeatedly like a she was on her voyage irom new. Vereti in new South Wall to new zealand and was compelled to put into Sydney in dist Raes. Wendell Philly a say that where the Agub Litfen be Terete he april Klee flow pm a foot deep upon the breast of foe sleeping White Man. It is a Sweet Story bid no experienced frontiersman will be to recept it in All its sweetness until to Las placed a revolver Wavier he Pillow. M a ale of clasped her tiny hand in mine i clasped iter beauteous form i vowed to shield her from foe wind and from the worlds cold storm. 8he set her beauteous Eye on me the tears did wildly flow and with her Little lips she said a a confound Yon let Mego the question whether the Manv millions of Grasshopper eggs in foe Section Deva rated last year w ill Hatch out another crop of sufficient magnitude to do damage is just now being discussed. A wet and very Early Spring which would destroy the most of these eggs i earnestly prayed for. Judge Mcjunkin of Butler county Pennsylvania has decided to act Oil Wells Ara exempt fro Al tax. Heretofore it has Here c mrs. Hepburn a lady nearing eighty years of age but tall and erect Tufo Large soft Black eyes and a Noble yet Sweet face sat in her boudoir listening gravely to the lamentations of her Niece a fussy Over dressed woman of forty or thereupon to. The older lady being a childless widow of great wealth was accustomed to receiving frequent visits from her numerous relatives and being called upon to sympathize in All Freir troubles. More especially did her present visitor Jenny Harkner make such demands upon her time and patience. Robert Harkner the Only son of the fussy widow a Man of , had been from his Babyhood the Punde and Darling of his great aunt and Rosy visions of his inheritance of All her possessions haunted his mothers dreams. From a child the wily woman had trained her son to be All his aunt desired and from a child he had sturdily resisted All attempt to Force him into a slavish hypocrisy. It Mav have been this very manliness contrasting with the Servile flattering of the others that had first won for him his aunts affection and it is certain there was Bond of love Between them entirely Independent of Bank accounts Tod real estate. Feeling fore mrs. Hepburn gave her Niece leave attention when she said vehemently a a i am in such trouble about Rob. A trouble is he ill a a ooh no far worse than that a a you cannot Meto that he is in disgrace a a ooh no indeed a and the Little woman ruffled her ribbons As a Bird does its feathers. What is it then a said mrs. Hep Burn with a most unusual ring of impatience in her gentle voice. He a fallen in love with a vulgar nobody and he declares he will marry her if All the world opposed him of it to hear him defy his own Mother As he does and such a Mother As have a who is their if a a goodness knows i done to 8he is a teacher now in a Seminary at Green Valley where Rob Baa been visiting a Friend an orphan he a a she can scarcely be vulgar if she teaches in foe Green v Alley Seminary. I Itow something of tue old school am no vulgar War Man would be snowed Ter teach a a Well perhaps she is not exactly vulgar but Slie has no Money no family of aunt Mary if you will Only use your influence with Bob he May see things in proper Light and give her a a what is her name a a a Edna Seabright and Rob is going up again in july because she has no Home but the Seminary and will be there during foe 1 How did Rob come to me for the keen Pang of bad experienced when mrs. Holt told him miss 8eabright was travelling for the summer and had no permanent add ret a aunt Maria off too nobody where a the Young Man thought Discon knows a customary in Butler county to Jar Niece impose a separate tax on Wells and con a hrs Muir the Linen y defense after Cut info a judge Porter authorities and dents then asked or the acquittal food astr at foe hands of foe Corot. Sequently there has been considerable interest manifested in regard to what his de Cisin would be. N of a a Jeanette your conduct was perfect in discovering whether it would make foe Gas Flicker or slight deviations from strict deportment May Al Vii be made while investigating scientific Ujj. Journal. Brakeman on foe Illinois Central a Adon As a train leaves one station announce foe name of the next. Why Hafl no on Ever thought of this before 7 it in to much More accommodating than to yell the name of a station so late that a fellow has to get no and tear things to pieces in order to get big journal. Northampton mass., Linda fort foe Leapert Way to dispose of the tramp u to feed him and Lodge him Over night and then Send him on to prey upon some oth it served 1,500 in Fok in foe i precedes de col. Broad head replied to judge Porter after which foe oort overruled foe a a Tiou to replies or. He do not Eek ton to foe was Lavi Tatool knew aos rtt or. \ r Urt fandom Brulc a a been fixed. A i through with Kly / agreement a is. A / bad said they had no fog to Eeman Okater to foe oooo ii. A a _ of Fon Tofor 1 it met a ? Jeomen portion of foe maa Tion relied. Testimony the pro seen a a Letb Creon Noel being prepared to Begill their arguments foe court adjourned. J i eleventh Dat. I a col Brood head began the closing argument review tog the evidence at great length i and Irei Retog fort the testimony Aad thet Rte a Grams produced in the trial All tended to Eon let foe defendant with fraud the Revenue. Heart who Kilter Carrier Maglal waa a manufactured and trained Witoka. Gotten up for Tea in Porecki offsetting the Brett Uteg text kaon Everest tto Connert Rind munition that foe Lory by 9#t influenced by a found that corrupted nestled within Tweti a White bores they crush to out _ her. Storta on behalf of foe defense re-1 no tet Efine a Andrea Ted to Oil of ool Brodhead. He Safe Noth a a few see Bofo adduced to prove foe Asfe Nadat amp it Mart fort the Piuse Utsu had invited we rate a crime that had not been pm Sterrs was obliged to Prepend or Torso of air Keeae and foe 1 oort Edge erred. A Nee resumed had 6are a Irene i f Reto Tifei we 7tun or town. Last year at a Cost of 660. Or four Centa a in at a Baut amp Ortt a Are quite a Wouldhave Cost much now Hurt foe attempt been male to get work enough not of foe tramps to pay for their Creck shr was on he knee to her. His face a a a flushed his eyes gleamed Peak innately Ephert to talked rapidly a in Othni shall separate re evermore Byrd Arlanp for your Sake i will i card the lion in a Den i will face death on the Battle Field i will skim the Sere i will endure All hardship All suffering All misery a a he paused and looked eagerly to her with he whole soul quivering to his eyes. A a will you do All Inis for the smote of my Fere a said she gazing earnestly into Tho burning eyes. A Yea Yea a thousand Here Attr no Teyral continued or. Morn for the defense ireeetothelnrr�?1 a a fire Hing slightly a Ste if you get up first and build the Are a with a shriek of despair he fled.�?2tanburg the Maxim fort a a he who seek equity net do equity a Bee received a Novra milk action info Mure a a Rezurta. A Wirtl known smrt Durer we to a a be tried Tor an injunction to reel rain a Ertron Fogen Ioos chemists from using foe Trador Suffi Sfa ass a a Monla a red duty a pm her a Bhe visits at foe Holmes place where he was a a he my Well i will talk to Rob but not now. 1 go away next week for the summer and i had rather leave so important a conversation until i with this a mrs. Hepburn was known 10 remain firm in All her plans mrs. Larkner was forced to be Content and the next week mra. Hepburn left the City set shout giving her summer address to her t have somewhat astonished that Ady had she looked into the private sit Idy had tag room of or. Holt the principal of Green Valley begin Auxin the Early part of july to see mrs. Off Burn conversing Wilh that gentleman evidently upon the footing of an old Friend Fostle mrs Holt knitted busily a i it making now and then a mrs. Hepburn pursued a train of j inquiries. A a a yes a or. Holt said in answer to one of these. A a miss Seabright is an orphan i and her Only Home for years a Liei alms House. She came Here first As an errand girl to attend the door clean knives and run errands. But mrs. Holt found she was starving for education and we took her into the school Bhe Well repaid All the Effort we made to educate a a a and at sixteen was a Pupil teacher a studying the higher branches while teach-1 Ling the lower ones. Two years ago she i took foe place As mrs. Holt a assistant with the usual ���?~>8fce in Well educated what More a i a gentle refined lady a said rate a Holt a a a conscientious Noble woman m have never met a girl for whom i Felt a More reaped a Well As affection a j i a a Wim you lend her to me for the holi a Days i am going to take a trip to the a White mountains Niagara and Canada i land i want a pleasant companion. I will a pay foe same salary she now receives a 1 what a treat tar Edna a Ned a Holt. A a we flu gladly lend he for such la pleasant summer mrs. Hepburn. 8hrt ii introduce her now a is i she left the room As mrs. Hepburn i rented and returned in a few Murales a with a Tail Graceful girl of about Twenty 1 the first sight of her face excused Rob to he aunts heart. It was so delicately fair and rarest yet with a Noble dignity of fort won foe old lady to Rob s a Side at the outset. I a Short con venation during which foe Lovely face grew Radiant at foe Prospect i mrs. Hepburn offered completed of econ quest the first look had go Jned. He a As soon re Edna could get ready the two left Green Valley and started upon s Sif to tit of delightful travel. Hub i wholly a Noo Reckis of foe Oje Soti tiny of heresy Wood red option Eforia 8re right. With a worm gratitude levelled Fronto t address nobody 1 _ Toight d so Tate a a so 1 might As Well go Back to j a which he did thereby receive in at the earliest moment a delicately written letter from mrs. Hepburn dated Boston begging him to meet her at the to a House and escort her Home. A Odd a he muttered a after running about All summer alone she cannot come from Boston without an but with Bob to hear Hia great aunts wishes was to obey them and the next train found him hastening to Boston. Lie found his aunt sitting in a private sitting room of the hotel from which she had written rocking herself lazily and musing. He judged that her meditations were pleasant by the smile upon her lips. She Cave him a cordial Welcome and after a Little Chat she said a a Rob did you Ever think i meant to j make you my heir ? the color rushed to Robes face but after a moment of confusion he lifted up his eyes frankly saying a a i thought you would not forget me it you made a will aunt Maria out from my heart i Hope that it will be a Long time before i know whether you will or a thank you Rob i believe you. I think you love a a i do love you a was the Earnest reply. A a then i Hope you will Grant a request i am about to make that will give me great happiness if you a i should not Likely refuse any request you i a a i have a Friend Rob a very dear Young Friend who is one of the loveliest girls i Ever knew. Our Friendship is of very recent Date but it is Strong and True. It is my Dearest Hope that when you meet her you May love her May win her a impossible a a a 8ty a moment Quot Rob. I am not quite so foolish an old woman As to wish you to Promise to marry a stranger. But i want Yon to remain with us for a Short time and try to like my Friend Aid win her to like a a i would be a scoundrel if i did a a a scoundrel a a a yes for i have already Given my love and won a a a and did not Tell a re blk. Forty Ket use f known where to find you All a a but your Mother says your Choice has fallen upon a vulgar nobody a penniless orphan. A 1 my Mother has never seen Edna it True she is an orphan born in the alms House but she has been befriended and educated by gentle retired people and there is no taint of vulgarity about her. Aunt Maria do you think i am a Man to love a vulgar woman a a no Rob but think an almshouse orphan a but a gentle Lovely woman the woman 1 love i might seem to agree in your place auntie but you see that it would be a scoundrels part to court your Fri cml when both love and Honor bind me to a a Honor Rob a a a yes for she knows my love and has confessed her own. Could any True Man desert a woman after that a but broken engagements Are everyday events. Come Rob be reasonable. Draw off Little by Little and let me introduce the. Girl i wish my heir to marry. In an instant Rob s lip were firmly set and Bis Eye took a steady Litton Resolution never had mrs. Hepburn heard so Alj to his voice As it took when closed Lor tip Day a period of nine hews Al-1 a a quarts of by soda Lipp 5� rent a a with Dere in i erred the i direction. A a water done to we go to Florid of a new i mire much Reeger Toa inquiring red a a so a ply Bocare Hia re fete stay hero my Doert a Here Why for retd Ere t u-x.?-�>. It a and make herself hours of intercom a. Sokimi is to Tkv. A a to Hekimi a a friends. Fregoe try end Onni �2w hav been re cordial-1 unto Hurite been Intro Needre a air Enofrio Quot pm Eli of us to us Joay to Ted Kate Imp opa Orun Ltd a Rob said in there ten minutes you May guess but certain it i fort Edna never left mrs. Hepburn until Forero was a grand wedding it that lady a House when mire tie Bright became foe Bride of Robert Harkner. And or Harkner smiles graciously air who a aha Fenety Kumre and Quot such favorite wife dear aunt Maria who met with her in her summer travels in it i was perfectly charmed with and society asks no further information regarding mrs. Hepburn a companion. ,. Facts and figures. Thebe Are 2,188 nun in Rome. Pittsburgh lost $368,000 by fires last Vear. A thy new Orleans school Board owes $400,000. Four billion acres of Kan a As lands Are under cultivation. Flour Sells for thirty eight dollars per barrel in the Black Hills. The number of Cotton spindles in Rhode Island is 1,415,734, while in 1800 there were Only 814,554. Ten ton of pulverized Rock soap is now being shipped per month by the \ Ventura Cal Rock soap company. The population of Ireland is set Down at 5,412,387. During the last ten years 848,886 emigrants have left the country. The report of the United states agricultural Bureau states that the Cotton crop exceeds that of last year by 4,600,000 Bale. The publishing House of the Southern methodist Church it Nashville has increased its capital Mace 1860 from $87,000 to $307,000. The chinese emigration into California Lart year amounted the 18,144 persons while foe state gained a total increase of population of 69,172. Egypt has about 5,250,000 inhabitants All the government work Are made by forced labor. Wages Are Low and emigration is almost unknown. During foe pret four years 5,468,22t,-000 letters passed through the Post of ficus of the world 1,761,875,000 were in countries ruled by the English language. The destruction of ship property belonging to or trading with ports in the United states during 1875 was .$1,164,000 less than in 1874, the total being $,-622,000. _ s. Tjie number of mining casual the in the Eastern District of the Wyoming Coal Fields in 1875 waa 164, of which sixty two were fatal. In 1874 there were 258 acid enter sixty amp up amp Era rings % which 12,125,948 Square Miles or one fourth is under the Dominion of nations using the English language. The total shipment of crockery from Staffordshire England to All the ports of the United Staten for 1875 was �6,209 crates 11,504 of which came to Boston. In 1874 the total shipments were 65,164, being an increase of 1,045 crates the past a the lumber business of Sac Francisco for the past year has been unusually Large. The receipts were 306,324,700 feet against 258.000.000 in 1874 and 203,300,000 in 1873. The foreign exports amounted to 10.000.000, an increase of 10 per cent Over Tho year previous. Save foe soap grease. It has been demonstrated by the statistical maniac that if every one of the 8,000,000 famil ies in foe american Union would Only skim the soap Greare off their dish water and invest its proceeds in a sinking fund at four per cent., impound interest the proceeds in 169 years two months and eleven Days would pay off the National debt foam of in Mariaj oulds do anything honorable and i were free i i would try to give even my love where a you dictated. But to win your Money Tob a lace myself in foe position of your heir 1 would not lift a Finger. If you mean the emphasis in your last words for a Throat it is powerless. It your friends wed your heir if you wish Sun Ove land Honor cannot be Lough a he Rose As lie spoke As if be would live taken his leave but mrs. Hepburn put a her hand upon his Arm. He stay Rob a she said a i did not in to wound you i should have judged you better than to threaten you in Way. Forgive in to Keno 3vour forgiveness stay and Dine with me i if Yon will not give your heart to my com Panion i can Trust you for All the Courtesy a Friend of mine May claim a a a i Ipoh you can i am heartily at per service and herbs for a Cavalier j a a a will you ring foe Bell rear you a a a servant answered the summons and i sri. Hepburn a a j i 1 a a go to , and ask the lady foe Reif i a she will come to me if she a disengaged. I a Heigho Rob a she added a the servant 1 departed a a you have no idea what a very r Etc St a in the air you have Demol i i a i am sorry but you will forgive a a when you have seen my Fedna. Inot let Mother a Strong part Andice against a perfect stranger influence Yon will Youj i auntie a 4 i a i wont Promise. A i her Quot a n Friend. Bhe has come Hirt another door i come in.�?�. 1 there a a Rustle of skirts the bed a room door of Perm and to urn door we i mood tall Gro Cotal girl Booe we i Ftp and whole Cheek grow Rosy woo i do beheld Bogart Hir Koer. I Mon it Taedoo them end team Bob had i bout hex beads Tad to Hie end wee Ednerl a Tachar Tavard him. Bad b pass a she draw Feck i arms fort would have a a a a a a a a a a 1 a a Yon must not a she watered a a your i Mother wrote to me i cannot bed i cause of a a Narvet hot wore yen and a i a a Yon need not fear that a said mra. A i re a j rare Raati of oct Ere it j a Lyon do Yon Knofer Hraf Reed a Quot Mim be mormon courtship. On saturday a mormon by the name �6 Fulmer who had been chosen among the faithful to go on a Mission to Anzona called upon Brigham Young. A a married a queried the Prophet. A a not any,�?�3s�id Fulmer Over brow forty Oda years had left Muat marry. Brother Fulmer Lief re of go to Arizona to build up the King no amp a their in a a done to know anybody who will have ., _ know a a a if amp from her Cradle by Dere a a an the my cart nip few slim Bright and she added merrily a May depend upon him Fer All foe Efth a of a Luln l some one do you a a a brother flows in the seventeenth Naru. Well he has several daughters you go to brother Brown s and Tell him i want Yon to marry one of his Fulmer left and obeyed counsel to the letter. Knocking at foe door he was admitted by brother Brown who upon learning what was wanted called in Bis several daughters to be selected from. If Elmer taking his Choice. Brown told to Fin to get ready in fifteen minutes. I la a re Yon say dad a was her Creek reply a Ihu walked out. A a that a the Way i raise my daughters if they Derebey there a War in the wedding festivities take place to a night Salt Lake Tribuna. M \ a mete fipe it i Tex a. A party of men came do we from Llano county yesterday and were drinking in the Saloon next door above the Cape Tol store. One of them whore name is manner said that he could whip and Man in 1 Austin who had pm a a a stovepipe hat. They Gol very excited and drawing their Nir Tols Laid them on the bar counter Binally leaving the Saloon they went Down the Avenue and were Goro bout to free flan minutes. A soon As they left of by ibo pm a shout tit threats foe men or. Thompson went to his Island putting on a silk hat returned a ajar by up a Fri a i mint Tatad team Tom Zyta Tutag to it Strw a Ltd a of saw �b�l�2�?� i we Man on # tour for his health out that the believed that to com whip any Man of Turet Hanger said a a you do Well Lyon Are the Man for Mil. Ito that offset it Tho son Milgo Mimi Dot before he Ronld Thompson id it him the Ball entering a near Nutof Ottha Gonring out it foe Hack of his Mek. Homra Roeu a rated across i foe Strael still trying to cock Hia pistol i a fetid in is tire Aarond time a a a a a a offset 1# Banner s Back. J. I. Up Arrast foe parties Progre so for Ifo Monr it game. I Generi Reers bad Quot Ion us r ecu a for something traae drawing a Mono id Eek it

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